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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 26, 1915. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1915 new1915082601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 26, 1915. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T j I 1 ESTA8EDc14i4No liilN1JMI3 4pi T iUt r J He t WASHINGtONf COUNTY KENTUCKY I UiT21i5 t1 i tf 1AJ 2 i J t i it illrt k tp 4aAU NWI 4 jA aids1jsa i Trw 4Elijah S pS i itITk r= a1tt T Ji P isas IIiflN sr a s TM Rsrm Minp5iit 1tj41aJMIr Hipr Ii- ca tw PIsr ir ms to our t 1a Q9cra rJhtf to I t apottIM 4bJ t J14 be aeJt ra Me Itt EWOb would tY ItNntJipu =ow athI dat4wTrie pow =J DIo yW Into jotry- iadt 1Mad eo ryt de a = iDttb gt 4 u 1 jLttedby a SWO fook br1 Jdan I nt4 1ae Dsd eL there bs Jh tc tili a t11I away from tJM b4n1n tile r- aa IA tosd4Fintily bcoo a dIe Propbtt frail dLrteted- it a Trttoy o Zarepbatb i6 ioTdo lpibi pods wtiow W winaBt s weU but kad Saftb te brt ft with the b reiut Ws a mtracIe T aiied uiifil the end t UhtAMitypicaI Prophecy i alt his doings were tjrpl TjtMtert thugs which followed i type df the Church in the 44be Clitrch of wlilch Jesusib 1 Bf ad end Ills saintly followers aijtttfc tocmbcra Of this niititypical J dHMi Gei declared will Send you icHjftli tl Prophet before the cotolng t fIl i grfct and dreadful Vllyor the lL6fitapdhc shall turn the heart of th driiilren to the fathers anti the Jnfwot the fathers to the children d Btwwtee I Will come und smite the jfcitt Iwlih a curseMalachI 45 0 l Wftbe Apostles and ull Ills fot 4lwera SB memberS of this greater ElI x actuated by Gods Spirit have 4 Message tp the world r vtogfifn and making known the rl Jrt oaSneS or GOd Had the world Jiwied the Message 3JcsIaha King door TKouW ka been ushered in =Jth- cut a pS1 Qt Vrath bcbtneessary wCr 4bu iiOt heeded the 1le esA11thiZh world With acV1Mi trat Timeof Trouble now ti1llt th oaly yeay by which Atgexi c be ushered 1f1e aitloaa kk captt1 a tormI l Ao goiih1eia rreIy wIt7ottt Us spirit a4 eytg re Cr1stian only In name ai prMieat frytt war for commcr 1 HTjMiKeHacy abundantly demon L z Ijtttiit JlytWs war and oy the great wiv latioii which the Bible declares i k i will fii4bw 1U and by the resulting it worldWe anarchy ill kingdoms will tie overthrowH WHl all existing systems aai iMtitaiiOBS ground to powder k the Vay for Messiahs Kingdom t M psre4 ptfMMetltlf That Preph cy That XJod meant Elljaljtq typify the 4Clmrch 1s coafirmed by certalostate Aexts f Revelation There n great jIfJelJd9 system Is de- KttiL as JezebeL mid the worldly to which this professed Cnurcb f Chrtet hi united ore represented as AlMk As Elijah fled from their pOw f er foe three and one half yens so the ChUrck ft 14aM to flee for ihree and a 1 half Timea or symbolic years or 42 i Biontg Or 1200 days Revelation 2O- r 112 3 12C 135 r Aa during lilUahs absence there was 4 rain so anrbig those years there was no spiritual rain Amos fAl Tlfebl fcops suppressed the 1cbdAi1 fpOOfIfe heeded the tHCtllllp bttseMs and the Twelve ppatl whUe appointed SL Paul Ukthg el JIftof Judas they would ignore the teach Jugs of those who arrpgatdd to them selves tho power fndautborIty which Jesus declared be longed only to The Twelve According to the Bible those 12Gy sears began In 031 A D when eccie l3tlcal power at TIil wiw fZ talned persecuting dL ability und ended In17A ptbepope wa tdk ea pilaiu4r to Pvuice In another t bowver the 12C0 years would 1very prey extend from 325 A p italJ8 A 1X la 825 A D Jibe sejfe ityicd piiMu4ic blsbopK DcdUq tl8S0 uf Emperpr Coni I fr tih1tlcl themselves tiTCj e5jt C9Ul1 tot Jsfcei Dull form first or the great creeds thl ee creC Tl1cDceCortb th- Qta4id wwaudlcd asti jIke Blb1iieg t e tUe 1200 years ended the 2morient has preyalled reforr tIo b pieta each latmtng tQ he NOw koweerCbrh rillzhng Iatnope at1omr Cbotstburek a trks i ot wldII lzt WIn i4rL nJtJil Ibull iusM Ja iiii M dJ vlte tMa HuI04 artorbi- d4abr buijoivaait1 4i beHw o eat ad mi 4I tx ftr Uro oa i tM1id Iswra wh1 ii tb tiieysky asr aN IRttv to i r F s 7 7w j r i N W = LAf sj d YOL XXXI 25S1RINGFIELD IEW- 4 i pilfering LIbat flgurtitol Uyejitma v Hea rtIr 4iWe W 1f7oi htvir Mary E Harmon fifty three years pf age widow of tbjsi IIIe Mr Taylor Harmonii Jbd ther home on the Cap1I yule pillti near Lebanoniufe thy morning at 6 oclock af t ttar brief illness of heart troMe Mr BarmoH badbeeJ1 ind il1iiac hefltUh for sevaraLwcr 110 copIUion was not con- sdered MJJb1 PriprtoFi t ntuwiialetf1 Miss Maiy Wolfordwpf Sbfe Bounty Sbe watrlMt loyal tlkmdtcou t cbrkitial Jady nc1was Iwpfl loved byallw o kw1mer- FF4era1 jwrricftswiere coiucte- dywrdajirnivg at hlateJ r ldence by Rev W P Bjjdi- of Henderton a Xorigor pMt ofihe Mefchodis churchk l mod intermeat was in the e Mr1 at MloctvUTen Washn coiBty Mrst Ealnon Js1i1rJ lstepl Mes Gl Harmon ancLSai Harnmoi1 Mrs LewIs 1arpi Mii Jesss Harmon 61 ttia io6anty and MI Qauw rill Shewakerif Vishingfo- ncontyLebanoPaIcon I- Quecir Tktgsini PoIiicsL- y 1 I Tue JSUzabpthtown News saysv Mcgaeary who withdrew frotii the riiqe cCor Secfetar pf State Mn second in Louisville getting more votes than Walton Ram Istt or Likens A candidate carl ried aviess county for a statC Office wbo had withdrawn frora the race aud did not know ai dozen men in the county Joe osworth who withdrew frOm the Republican nomiuation fOt1 the Legislature came thick after his name was printed on the bal lots and w s nominated Dr JIN McCbrjmackj one othe best known arid ablest men in the state was defeated fortheLegisf IaLuIun Bowling Green b MXs ijnk peMd WI am needone 6f the ablest Circuit f iJudg ia the state tvs deIedi- n his home6ounty of MarsbW By small majoritf by the other 5 eirowv vrho happened in this instances tobe 3 briefless lIar rister Reed was however elect 4 ja the distcicti Judge James Gregory cine of the c1eanestand ablest Judges in Louisville was beaten because he demanded an investigation 4l the gambling in that city when it is a notorious fact that it is permitted to gp on Ed ard McDermott the present iiL ei An Governor of tbe state onIycarri t one county out of luMr Do ithitt vho was got1 ton out Iui kai1r adCommssion er to divide the county vote so thavBilly Klair of Lexington j couldwin defeated Klair by 2000 majority Judge Benton another splendid circuit judge was deft d because he pat a banker in jail because the banker would not testify as to the bribery an election These are of many instances bntarewI bome und r pur vnptice wblcl goesto show that the state pri mBcy Jalectioh is somewhat pe 6uliar Inits operations and tha many voter are not very dis criminating to qualifications for office To Save the Editor Here is a miuUtsr wnoappre late the editor At a repent ed iiprall Or veni n be offered the t llowing toast To save en editor from starvation take hit promptlyTo advertise in his paper liberally To tave him from despafrsend him every item of news of wWch you canget iboljl of Th save him from profaiiity write your correspondence plainly on one aLja of thesbeetand send it in a soon as possible To save h m from mistfies bury him Daad people are the only ones whomever mahewistakesTh h Stanley Haifidyin JHay The Stanford Journal say liatCol Wilt T Robinson oj SIote3a1Mgreatly elated over thenomina tibn of Hon A G Stanley fo goyeroor Mr Robinson said I know Stanley Yell I oogh tb fle worked for me on mi farm several summers wiille at sending college at Danville His father was preaching there and Stanley was gOing to school and4qUer saw in my hay field He could pitch up as much hay oil a t reguarfttrmIitnd kjnd ofJlmk Ill bet fight ow f yon 1ffiuUJnfield bed ejismuch at hothhe will mafctne Governors mansion at Hnkfort t 5pent v50000 in politics jpphn B ChenauU formerly a eelrer after office but Dowai tioriaiibJnk Jexaminer wai rt h keree was stillUntprestedJn thingfs political iYes 1 am iqterested bat yoq can put it in vour htt- LhtI will never run for office igainV Imade three rdcef for tate ofHces and blew in 50000 ind would have spent more If 1 had had it I played politics in oy younger days and ain working for alivlng when I ani old enough o quit business H Mr Che iauLt experience should be of profit toiyouig men who aspire toj15fflc The gentleman m question inherited a small ortungjdlrom his father who was me oftb ri best men in Madison ountypand the lions hare of it went in the chase for office tan ford Journal OL Grundy Springfield r r has for sile overal Jersey ows and 2 Southdcwn Buck Lambs 4 r JKnon Here After a long illnessof bar lev ing of the arteries Mrs Joe P Barkerdied at her home qn New Broadway Sunday afternoon Mrs Barke was fifty years oft age and daughter of Mrs Al soii Rawlings of Bradfordsville Sup was twice married Her fisthubandwho was MIJcbn Eid6dd many yeas ago att Springfield Several ears there l mardageIIto Mr Barker who survives kindlcbnriti I retained for her many Vtftie mfriends vc jt were conducted by RevrjI J Porter at the Baptist Church tni Tuesday at 30ebiock aridI IiIi interment was in Ryder cemeterr Mrs Barker jar survived By heir I husband mother anH one brother Mr John W Rowlings bfypiir vitle Lebanon Falbohvil j tfr f rUBLlO oAbfie i1 Ibn SatHrday se mb itp5 I1Atl oclock pm sell at pjaflb r lie auction to the highest biddjri tIe farm of George R Clements deceased situaredon the Spring field and Bardstown turnpike five miles from Springfield con laming by a recent survey 69J acras and 9 pole UEHMS icash the remainder on 1 2 and three year lime I dating from dariuarjyffi 1916 notes to bear six per cfnt in t iv t from date v Possession givefflTas soon term oi sale arefsatisfactorily complied with Alll notes to date froth time possession is given Vfyll also sellio the highest bidder the followjng personal property One buggy mare 3 good cows aridfcalves corn in the field jObe good buggy and harness ort iron wheel wagon and Hearing plows shovels hoes etcV TERMS All uudtj1Cc- ash overl0 00 nsJ moiatb time witlr approved securi and negotiable m bank and b 1r irlgsixper cent i terestjprom daVeT r VMife M ATTJE CfcEMCNXS PI4SMministrIx Notice To Creditors i f All persons having clainic against the estate of Georgl R Clements deceased are herebyI notified to present same undersigned property prdyen on or before the 10th Jtfytof Sep tember 1015 fAll persons indebted lip thetj estate are regussfed to call and settle same immediately y Mrs Mattie Clements AdminislsfatrixC r orSaIeA No1 Polled An gus Bull W GGr ndv rfr ablICaejjoII- r f f frarm Live Stock Implements Crops tflli Asadministrators and heirs atlaw of thi estate of the hte John Grigsoy deceased i ewJU s t1at SpringfieldICyThursdayI SSptember 9 119Jt f AT IO jiLQCK A M- The i iIi J folloin describedi le ttestate and peafoprop rty t wit Fineauntarnia70i acres- 1his farmis will watered bas on it about 15Cg5ies of fine tpltdmTandlWiBd Qrw d I in Iblghstate of cultivation good old fashion d plipg house large stoi an pbacco barn arKe tto 84x 8 rfeet 20 foot to eve two tatian nouses finestorchard in the county fThjs farm jI classII pvticuJa may the undersigned Farm will be offered in iw K9parate traits and then as a whole road reseiYbfi througlmfront tract 30 feet wldeS2edlflga1dX rerJilring privilege at once full poasession Jan1191d f iIERSONABPROPaRIJY19 shotes4soWs ahdjiigs 1 Duroc Jersey Boar 3 goqdlmiik coWs one young bull sour ate rs two heifersand thrte hayrakesopow implemealsfJ1onetwI fronIann n f SIX months interestfram date of bale with approved security on elI sums over 810 tinder that amount cash dl11initrtlO s IbeLaw DINNER o GROUNDSIt1rf r Stanley lurality 3fS12 11 ranVfortj Ky Aug 11The State Election Commission met here to jay and canvassed tbetre turns of ihe August primary All of the comnjisaionera B G Stpllr of Lexington VTiO Mofltf p gumery ot EHzibeLbtoWQand Di Greepie r tbis city were presentSTbe fficrial Returns show that tterewasatoalof20M71 voacst iin the jrace for Governor it Oithjig nucnterA 0 auuley J ppl ed 107585 H V McGtejsiteV 6972 E J 1cDermott 55918 fri Hj4 Boswo2I4Q La t1 r 1hlLbfrl McObeaey 1j 9 81anrl hU nliijprltr OY- QLtheottbreeeancLidata1s 87t19 In tha rac1or Lifeuteaaot GoyercOr ttoer wkka toLoftX575B8 tQ castbr4838yotg less than werexca 6 in the race t lforQoyejjttprA hllR s P Bl ck poUtMl 8O916iid JftWs R dticard1e36MS fm fh fBlaclts p1wraUjv overEdwIrdB 5976 W A Brp n received 12j964andBW Gaines 11103 lis votes Batkedale H mlett won theg race tor Secretaryt ofiSUte over 0 W 4illiken bt a plwr ity of 11649 yotes PamJett received 3920d MiWreu 7557 W P Waltpnt 23J178 Gr 3i LIkflmq i 0j3 and DE McQearrti8 274 vote f drtiie race forth nominatio- notgate w rer Sherman l Good1eI Terrell by 469X Qo ster pu1ied 55451 iTerrell DoWctj andlranl j IP Sager SOjQlfl FhR LGreene won dver Thomas Si Rb a fpr State udior by 4826 votes GreeneJN UgJ 438 Rhea J35612 artdrO W yer 9ti91 vote fK W Kee 6ri iifffhaiaca for Clerk of uooimoC appeals received tt 498 v6tcs Alvin Steger 46645tam Lawrence 27a120 makit g Keenons plurality d oveV Sieger 2 1JVi Ot Gilberts pluralitvpver 1i il S Eubanks for the nomiua 0 tioniorSuperinteodentdf Public G I strnction y9t32i GiIbekre evtdsfQ77 VoteskEubanks PSSSj and J W RawlJngi19 DsS votes Y j pInof Agriculture Matt S C iem iled H Mv Frobman by 15887 vctes C6hen polling 61305 Frogman 45968gnd R L rtlorn r no The total votevcastin the Bails toad Commissioners races and on the an the Republican State ticlietloHowsrSecond District Sid Doiihittl 18539 WF Klair 10502 John EL Newmab H82 7 Polk kolder Sued X oiovingtonIWilliam Macfce Clerk of the kenton County Circuit today Started io isaue isuniiionses against 1500 policyhpldera re sidlng in more than fifty coun ties in Kentucky The actipU tollpws the filing of a suit by Ikwyers for Master Com ifssiflni bn eiW H fiiod who is receiver for the Kentucky PireIhgurance Companyagalnst various jjplicy bi holders of that company 10 en force the collection of an ftsse s ment of aggregAtinjc 45o9Qvj levied by the court with whtch ie to pay losses austained by tt companr IJt policyholdfi tb will be tpsesaed 3 per pent of their hojdingi The fire Insurre anca ccmpany ad been organj d4i1operative pjal1 Gall For Conywition J i i Pursianttto icall made b 1J i Democratic State Central aiS Executivo CcHsmittee A mass counts on eniipn of democrats wIlt bf belUt the Court Houae in lpriwld Ktt on Saturday th vKji dyof 4iagiit lQJ at joclock piifprilK pfcrpw o sleting ieltMtO tMD4 a f I JO YYt1C1 1il4aA IuIlatteaSt craticVoters of U osHintr Uric wfer queste HAYnO2 C tti I i Dem6c 1 J04I 17J1 1 J iLGkwIWs MHURiiinr WW4J ALV Fir1 t J fMfjt BifCStoiw Thefollpwj rwkwlHbettinterest tQcQlIl readers was it ruJfromthe midst ofj helblgttorm whtcii1 alSed over Texts last week Hpustijp TexlI11 Aug 18 10f5 tMj Dear Papt- Aflnandc I are both safe ni fiound tbPngh we have haM Vvary trying experience iI apfjeurs that Houston watftli iin hs storm d8tuybtfce aipjlih greatest prupecty Oii- iVa1oLby the wl was oae here Vj Wehavilsdno wordrtjf kny kind froMGalvMtoi ai yet sjivei w tbib publMMwd in he cpr SroV the Ifipoiri Iyenou ih ifM of life Witt otalaeira1 hicir6d 1M ti3 IfurectbttiewhiiJh is higher te lM ji wi stpraj Of 1900 1WaW ll aii jwved the city ircw 4 Frttctipa the repert riCberwii ths ear kstroph would have bien far raler Tbtf baror iowa that this has bten UM third Everest ItO rill ever re rdW lii M world t Tbf Iows- tu xiMik II 2l2L The Otlerts ras ore Mrl ai lidiai aid Porto Rico J flostoM proprty ill rppc1b lp a won o lar while tht toll ef IlvjM this far reported lust aiiik tifikop llT iwo Which is rearkabi iic Qiidl ring the iverity pf thtoraere The 8 ormaHJxtWh- lrdeat fro 3 to 5 a tIJpW were awzkeeeN M 2 a in by tins wibd and arias Jat 8308 d dress and stad iiip 11h winddii not die oMiltPfeethez until Mt midnight Thatftorm lastedIi- ll about 24 hbuV Ourhouea was not d g ed at all save two broken wid owpanee There were many chimney bloWraws thIs- loxpff and trproOtei In- urs nighbothod4a huweve- rreatetdLage as tb- intiicii a oepIorjl paying tberplstt glass wiaiowi blown in and the article os cliiIiay rurned hI wattr The Trl ocitYJ tthe wiju rad frpiii 600 lOG iiiIa per boar with ai occasional wt miking ISO Alines iftpther ani lither Art Colorado iociuaatelfo wi kayi grrikt anxiety lor Gal v 4of for tbe friend we havetfef t Alin jpJjBs ae with machi love tpfyonifetr Willie r Your SOB it rk t John v l oastVIAa wthaves been abent for some time weiI1 again RiIk- aurapperpp with a few hp eJfD i Mrs M B Carrteo hirll bwp Tltiting iai puf aaidMt recwitty- Itira Vick Hahon artl Mis Mr3E Oiborn ftp jnt Saturday with Mr and raJa Carr cp Nr Ed YtDofJi W iiMfeJl the sick list for sows ilHJsable to be put agaia Mrs Gleor Sftilt hi Uf een yifTrln frieads uad flaJ tlvea here for th3 paat w4k fih turned to Ijpr hoife ifi LotJili Sundayand wocoipun- d by her uncle Mr Jt Bia dar tlowbo wilt ip nd Mverall ilaj re jrr antl MraBart 8ltfu joiclng overirrtf at pfli3iitd boy qtbi rs ohijnicLy Mr Rae Crrk spast 1II11n day uightwIth rJtrl E SiiIiaofLore aeytiWe think there Must be VMUM traction for 4Bob i lirBwirjr Eamilioti apd Wr LMowi ofsr St CiIM1IS- t hd church at to7 7it rflaVdSiWia taitpsat tfMl 1Wit Ir ao- rL J BC5Xt 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XHtnitbe apd Save iYhav bee tustrkted by the Sr iaa troops TXANCE On the western bftftlefront teere 4b ett treiek 1htng with fffbaedee and hpaibs and fttUliery e Imfj asoq variorii jQior bu tviih nOajjnrJMjiablt sameithe AnailroItaliaTi frobtr except that boiebardjnBpt hav pm- 4siuswd1 CASTORIAheI TkiltW YM ten Ahrifi luck ssus 15 Pc 7orA No I Polled An gusBni1 tv t irnrlcv Ortt Dtscoysry That WfthlQ1thiol tLt extremely 4meficllt111 lieI at rinr modes of patienti sufferlnff fa1c ami ftola iioiJ probable itot ta jphyfticliia themselves jeal lba the woiderful pewtt Ultie of thew wfekh they kayo opened lip SJJr tk lJileJiketla esi work iUc1 a xlra l la resUrtec wfl riM It JTi I nataral to pooe1bl th oir future the tEod will b14 a eaatoon r5cti4 Wlvos erd4 i1aioutl finBight hushaiidf alottia orler a bot tla Immediately Then when he coHie waaierlnr horns ia the wes fcowa of the aornias they can meet thm1n the hall as auaV WlMjr Were 70uthey aikin Oft toiies tak jajr a firm hold Qtt the poker wlta pnt Mad and a hidden aottle of eth fwith Urt oth r After JiB baa lappriously acribfed the gouro the sick friend W wns sitting bp with they may eiap iae bottle under his nose andM Wi jaeMonr will retUrns NQ teore will you b relactaat to Jead to your acgualBta emakes nd dlfr iartace Fifteen years Jater wbe jjoii c9erb sidd street the bor rwwhad bees taking tP avoid ypu you can Jost shove that iaady little other pb1aundet hla mostrils Yes k 1V pimply fciVe to reinemlierth- Sexntance and refund the kail wltk interest fto doubt 6bou It atker la a great dUcoverr Ptadlum Uaeel ta raweta PlOt Gra iHh- iIfoa iu remarkable properties af tadisiai ara beteg d moastrald oy skIb4tor1tlici flAr1f tQUc1 rl tajf at tke PaaaBJalPaclBc internatloa aiX1lUoe Saa I anciaco in cost aaatMl fttka aew inveatioq making pesi1bJti taraiipfying of water toe mo4kJaal fkrjMaiij tDemomiBtratiBJr i power of this atliaraf promotii ir metabolism a nurn IMT ot yotttiif plants some enatia wltk aad without the aid nfra dium are showa Those ui the radioactive tgjbi art seen to be growing iaubh more rapidly than those in com mqm soi ad to have a more healthy psrsac Tkta taventor has found a process at impregnating terra cotta brlcfcs with radiUTnbeanng tuioerala aud these small bricks placed m water are M4i to give It remarkable curative pfcrUes the porous bricks last al ija Indefinitely losing only half their otency it is esllmated lni80ay ars SInpe the dis vcry of this mineral it has been fbuaa that many celebrated wataag Carlsbad and Baden B den owe their aeaMhgivtng properties to ra dium The inyetor claims that his proceSs produce jin ordinary waters the qualities of these famous springs The radium ore used In th1S manu Jactqr of radioactive terra cotta Is known as carnotite a formation fcIf tha worlds radium The European t atiaeral known as pitchblende from Which the famous European springs are impregnated ia also displayed TO BE TAKEN WITH CAUTION Mara Ltrnltatlana as to tia talus af the TIDUflkt Antmala In Caaaa ef Crhis tjItto 1i question how much UitltOj Brute iastincta and habits and psyi taOlogy are linvolved in such away Uiat expert testimony regarding the tatarprttatlon of these phenomenal appearing la any parUcuL case is rerx desirable If npt essential In a recent murder trial li India where Mbodhounds were shoWn a cap and tarfcaa In the murdered womans room aad then raa afraight to the house ertke accufed the counsel lor th defense objected to the ad- ht1Qni of the tact aa evidence em the TOwdat the dogs otild not be crdssexamleed It ot cleafwbether tSe judge lustalned the objection but he did point out the sharp limitations of such testimony which should noti he thought be used tot probative purpoBes The real function Qtho bloodhound was to aunt down moWn or suspected crim laals The fact that It led the police authorities to any particular indltid tsal must be used an testimony against that individual only with the greataat caution and only In the light of exg ten evidence of thd beat descripUon Cs to Junt what weight should ho jgivea to the action of flip dogs U Via circumstances Involved IA 4cetIc Do you belleye bi telcpatbyr I Net tuIlYO replied Mr ihiatin Stax It It could lio practically denon atrated there Would have been a com lw fY wemot ttlonran t I L NEUC SUBOP fiNE FARM J4 7r C vtngciddtoquitfarniingI will on f tJi t 1f 1 j i 1 pe8d 1J J September 7 F f4 it 1AT Z OCLOCK PM l I 14 vj farm abuktW in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood and contain coivenientSf 4y arranged and rn firstcia repair alto a good tenant house large sad HMdiom stock barn weflfo arranged laying ia large siladja ceot There b also one large nw tobacco barn which will house six jk cm If tobacco Thb is one of the best tock farms in the county bfiff om it tereraTweE pools and cisterns and adjacent to the waters ot terL The neighborhood is one of tie best being located roadfti t 5fr f Sert1 All tfll Wis1nakgkstMeofcultiyation aidthisyearI1 i I1 f M4A 41birIi And rn knn6dyof le FU1I oseskn 4trett 116 Sd1pitvI1egn 7 t t jt ic J J jjr tAt- i is YAN B i t T r H iift IN GREATER NEED OF BEER Beggar 9Jvcn Nickel to Buy Soms thing to Eat Spends Money for Liquid Refreshments Instead The talk turned to the professional BComthat happened In metropolitan city A party named Smith was going doWn the street one afternoon Mr Corner saM when ha was approached by a beggar who looked like a cross between a ton of misery and a comic valentine ExCuse me sir plaintively said thjb beggajv couldnt you gIve me the price of a small sandwich havent tasted food for two days Smith feeling sorry for the poor ecimenj gPb hIm a nickel and went ok dOwn street Suddenly he remem bared that he vhadi passed a place when he intended to stop and turned tack He wail just Jin time to see the baggar coming out of a saloon Look here you gink heatedly cried Splth Y6u told me that you aatkVt tasted food for two days and yet you took the money that I gave ia tp buy beer Tftp sir was the calm rejoinder oittlM beggar but I hadnt taste Veer tor wo and ft half days 1I4stt Tsraph q aXT8Hpp IN X BOOT A boot ano feet long inc three feet high made in correct proportion and of genuine leather stan i front of a JLcfc Angeles repair shop Itcontains a set of pigeonho1es and drawers for aails tools etc and ii ftatush with s halfhprp jwwpk electric poor operatfog jtitching macnlii Standing in ills boot thr workman goo on wWi his task t11 the amusenwit of the irwdltbt paw along aid thq novel advertis e meat is said to rbe a traaew A PCiWNC ITrATI f The German via rsthe Bn BiaMcaptui whUeijnakingi 1131I distance recQrdInUSt have felt chei at iiths fenninatibn td thierre5 pectMgio ry Yeatt waii something of a QOBW lAPow POOR OPINION OF RUSSIAN S German Comb Paper JJIdfcules tft Bureaucracy rllflaIcfthaar The Emallesteenliui wlcl1before bc great war giinvia Gennanfl held the military machuie9of nus ia js fllnsttatedin the followingex paperjjuUifhe3Tyrthe e way when the war tnallyten days old TheBus siaministerQ marine it was saidl had discovered ijiat manufacturer in Finland were deliverin large quan iiticsof cardboard to ill averontent Vorfci fle promptly se4t for the 1ieadofone of the impjrial sh- ijyat4fs it your plr4ithe said tto thatiunctionaryj tp make the armor plate ofour new battleships of cU1C board rn It beg Jour IJghjBxcellenoy par donl answered heiiiofficiaL with dignity but that was soiii18 ngp oivadays the orders are io maKe tc armorplate of real IQn1 irtrrt y1hCDnll thiscordbonro- rom Knland 1 quoth the minister That was the replyvis for the army You would not have out so diers run arouixd all the ftme bare foot wouldTork Eve Ring Post w TIRED OF KAfioNAL ANTHEMS +American Just Returned Prom Lond xplalnr Why He Would Like a Short Rest How restfull it Is to sit in an Amer rican theater In war limed exclaimed a man who Sad jJust returned from London the bther night SopOrifiC perhaps but why rest run he was asked You Just go over to London and sit through a performance Jn one of their theaters and see for youtselfri he replied 4LorcUThose ev rlutt ing confounded national anthems t1 Pour of them4they play every night Audi four times the entire audience stands stolidly up on its jhind legs while those hymns are played Not with any enthusiasm mind you re IcethaillyKingiben the Marseillais i then tha Russian anthem and finaliy the Bel san And at every theater there Is the setne routine Personally i ai rvff liked tho Marseillaise and the Ju5Ian naUon4l hymn because thelWere magnificent tunes But week of standing up four times a nlghVwhlle they are mournfully blared ost on London theater orchestras yicqi would begin to have an animosity Ifor thefihcst music In thn world too MILp ric r BangrJpne 4oesntair to taka any interest ln the game atalLC W ngWeJ yo Jth tj 8t reo turned front theCPngbi aHa iprestinib even football mfa Blttame after that i ISjI yiat is ipverNasfieid the fair bi Innocent jnald from Marlon y t j1 Jl tmowJn yotial Wfc1oWiticiri waihlngton is spme tiUnCU1 Scei d bhlt exs cbs oc guartera tot a better WJ1 N l I t TAXESi I i f 1I1I N t I I ariajIi r fpay once andsaveextr cos ILtkf fI e 1tFI 1ft I i I G C WHAr R O I e IV 1 i t Ltc j f l I f ii rrt LJ TEACH SMALL BOY TO READ Practical Instruction Given Through jariOtd Typewriter With Good J Results tn the VTpmaJas Hone Companion ainotberriUng Under the title BO- lore BeIWVnt to Schoovtelist about her experiences teachin her small ion at home Like moBtjhoy8 she says ours was alWa a jlflterpsted in anything that wouldgo and he halted with ae1 llIfnot know that our reason for granting the privilege Was that he might un con clouBlY learn to read and writes 1 Wrote on tho machine John Is a fg6od boy using the capital letters be ausO he was mot famIliavitb tllem and allowed him to copy the sentence until he asked for another Then foV towed such simple statements asl He has some ice II like heV cat and forth Before long I found that the child was not using the copy at all he explained that he did not haye to because he could spell the wOrds him self tr f vThe next thing Tras toexpiala how to writs those s me sentences as wb did to place a coital letter at the he gjnnlng and a the end We were surprised how short nt time it was was ready toj learn to write PErJlJ1t John had wnojJ went to schoo learned tot read and he to teach IbitionMother Goose with a few of his fa vorite rhymes In it He was shown where the words were Lobe found telling Of the adventure ot Jack ai 4I his sister Jill PoinUng to each word in turn he readktlJefmarvelous torT to hIcObaRns then regaled tben- iyiththo yarn about the pipers son nfthat or Old Iotherlubbardt Ho 1ought he was reading and theflrlit iri knew harctally wos WHERE ETiQUEni IS STfHGT l ar SlmpljIC rnpared With Thatiof Tija African King Therefwas much ceremony observed iI the kings court says John H Weeks No one approaches him w that first seeking hla permisallon and hllononresGnce exqept his eons and nephews Up to 1881 no native was permlttecl to ownia European chair even for private use Ordtaarjrinen approaching the lIng aad to kneel three tines once Just ih ide the last entrance to the kings Iu tI0wre then near the door of hc akc1 and lastly Immediately In trust of his anajacty And the IJttk time they knelt they put the palms of their bands together rubbed their litUe fin gore in the dirt and then transferred the dlrtlrom their little fingers to their tpreheads or temples and clapped their hands This ceremony they repeated three times at tho last kneeling place and the king answered by putting the palms of ach hand across eachother with tie fingers ortho right hand well shove the thumb and index finger of Uidleft hand and waving them It the king did not answer thus or If h thrust out his foot and waved his toes whfth was an insult the sooner the man retreated the better for him It a man omitted to sendortaka Iia king a share of his trading products he would pot he favorably received and Uiightfixpec to see his majestys tcP6 aVe nstcttd dfhis fingers Weltc drv chiefs who failed send him occasion ii itresdnta wore also coldly received and the waving toes reminded them ol theirt delinquencies No written ac count wits kept but the king like all oaUves had A romarksble memory for what Vaa xjwjng to him and naver foh Lbt when a debt was to bopafd or a It present was due Chiefs iihd noWo r men had to render homage tcr the king tho same as ordinary men but not every time they went into ha pres aaca Azaoh the Primitive Bakongo ureers anur1ng JL large number of crar uusd for green nianufIngrVimong th6 leguminous jrops are 8Vcet clover y beat1Ibest in the locality Cow peas or soy beans may be planted after the grain crop has been harvested T ese crops should bo turned under in the fall when in a succufcntcpa lilies r Indebted to Uncle Sam 11nJjl speare pt one so ltthls town Was he a very great man f uLor sir WQS the reply ho warnt thought nothing on ft few years iga- JCs thetAmerltanea3 has iqade Im wbatefd LiY J t ExeutorsSaIe oi1 r h Farm Landal As Executor of the will of Jhs llallton deceased ishall osItier ff ITHURSDAY rfr i SEPT it2 19i5 1 r At about IOO oclockp n r A fIiithe following described proper y belonging to The esfate of the late Jmes Hamilton hHOUSE AND Lat AND THREE TRACTS bFIJaou AND4LOT f A house and lot in Fredericktown now oc Jtccupied By Alfred Hamilton This Jot contains iX acres fronts pn the street and adjoins the itJdd1y locateid is anidhL 1ifffor it rntdern dwe1ling 34 Acres JjIJ2 Asm apiece or bottom land eIre istn this patbf KentuckV This tract ollm9lis on theBe ch gork in Nelsoi county Jl11 within onehaj1thi1e of fred ncktO d ntai S brsurvey mad by F R Ne le July 2 J9J5 4 acres 2 roods andsquarp l his land adjoins the J1ixMuda fami and is qscelptibie goodlandUJ allimportant a thjasoplety ocailod JRufrljred ArAbians feurQRea t Ii 1 52cres Land h f I i A t i colisisting acresabd liA tyingan the pringfie1d nd13rlls iimifefrn Fred ktoWJiTili tc pcl4trnt heret might bf0ffc111stract J 35 cres Landr oiares md l sz- ite1iiiN1sosLc9jirityand just 4Ipikefrqni tra This which tpnd so hc iiT1 1tobablv sOme be fbLot as sprshichl I also sell about 35 bushels of wheat aboutfi bushels of old w lCi iipa1 aiFOf shelled oats 42Q bundles of and quantity of vi e hVI f ij Lt1fK TEnMSI11e land will sold on the folowlng terms duadnayab1e raitOa1remaindr to be two q installmenu dUd January tonetbltQbtaSh 1 19J8 for wiuck tIebe required cxelte his notes due and iiayable caid da Iron Uanuary1tJltll the per cent per interest PilY and Jieft on the land to securejttte rent 6f money Fall seeding privileges will be given the purchasers and isniie Rives JM HK l 116IjALTV 90days time with interest bt 6oercentrom date nto properly endorsed For all M tbdTumestPPJ proper deedapf j I r MARSHA4I CA S AlCAMRBELL Auctioneer EuCIJHNtrtr = 4rJII o r i THE N f EL1t tf FLRI 11 l ilr 0 t i A R Si 5 hultz Iirt Co1j r Off FlBi BARBER PTUSr f t 4-1u f1j t OJrI ft A i Shui1tli2 tie4 the pejile 1t Waai counties ftw yersmmyQ f with you on large w small contracts in jV the HItir PImMjorT i f Tinning line Agents ffor BuckeyetBumpi f iirjIYn GJ1E U8f AOArLJ J It wf tt i s nUt horse a ixl V fe been the developvioni of the most valuably equine breeds the day Js aldto bo Ad in quallt and diminish ing numbers Jtrplts origlnHt home owing to the changing habits of UK Bedouins end Increasing xporfatlOn As stOp toward preserving till JTamojiis breed is beltai formed Cairo an IrttQrtiayonal horse society The firSt work of ttlll to start a tudboalcyoae part ot wbjrr hOrROR01dosertopon toall I os prn horse that la horses broil mike near t tr t bavlpg infulion qf aVon iloo are now pnlj iamorie the different Bdouie tribes vcf the Arabian atia yrta dell 118 01 Mcsopotwoia jarirt the KeJ9 in la few Isluds hi Egypt arilJ1Fa vey fair 1lhalBhowf wblchfrlllbaafferedanitnatadtrlibi J J 1 q 1 3 Gtot land of Sl 0JTI Nelsocoi1ntyIquaipoes li Jand abqdt en roI i Some timber also rf JA1is cf 4iA tract 24 square o1es J lying arpss tNo j lstip raDJ i liis deiredJ mdOf W Lhm Cf imber cain gott Trtcth 3 and JWll a l iji tt shall oats a be paid in al penusrto at at unnuni atilt annually with retained possession wver ftO1I W Wof41 t j A sic of 30 v rArab in ptesont teriorating in there it an fount nvlrdie bees small l aal tg Iow you l enonslly gurked5y SuiivV- iauy kw siyL4i 1414hew wIIbeAneiisbuiitup to itii neeeIiersed1s3lGnser Yu never iw hthczecnoy JYTEEr gIadbth 1sFLAI uIIuItSTed o ttt 1itiC KJMBA11L- I tI L il tliGFJ i IT- r i4S l Rr BROWN i t Jj n lCe C l Di ZY JIJ IIIti1ig W1- GI I F 1tYfxyI Rt fl I T 45i I yIILD xy1 I I IDR J AfJfIJ krgeti- 8to9amoSp rtt t92pjjQ iOverftf F IIDSfY f DENIlSTo EtWIm anw f4I l rf n 1 R JIlAMILfON i1 i r SPRIXGPLD Iy f T4 FJi itstPo0- 7waAxj 1 I tr ilf4 l f L bR I W NYATT f fi i t leld Sie- 8sDi OSc1eA 1OO a it 1 rii tP dGRIOBYJr AflORNEYAT LAW Z aa a c t TOWOId s 0g iooi1ea1 c1sii 1itit V jpnylntM oT 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faMa te MfMm 4 twxffclor ie proof that s e JifcftaM loofc hte heJtb uItiunpee f vaeadQs a stptoItnd NIMIwt th Is IIJiI II 1 liifTONQ local HaipGnIns of ==f The Fieshestand Latest i TI AIIAIa ut YourseBF J r1erid- Acquaintances ItJtJ V ini M cYQ4w4 aJM For ajlo feif tg teof insnrauce thb te absolutely secure1 teljar pbonfior write fif G Brown Id L Brady iSprinJfield r r 3 has for sa1oui1Ong yer1ing roan 8hOrThoruu11 epiuR11o Cant Sag gates for sal at W K Marts Sdns Gataua see sample 1aundy v i P pringfieli1rrj 1lhiJerseylil cows d2 Soutbdwn Buoli bi11r i 0f 1f anted Clean hiteVoafc as- hlwtnuIogs lI vJLMons f YJI1ayj pashjl I or SMeIndn 1t9eycIe 1914 Standard Mdei goodas Biiw Dr Vs1auiIng Spring ti 1df Ky Rvi J B Vb1eDttprmer Pas rprth Metiipd tc urchI at this plac6 wiii Jpr rich next Sunday morning iiiji the Metha iStc1itircb BrOrnwa being eut holding t1meeti- ugNOT1e j rmi of JJotei E SathtavingI 11sspved prt rsbjp all tsonSIIidebted to heR rf liereby equeted to- 1AP ONCEnd ettI l FOSTER MIT- t f htPl1pntefv es t the Meihqdist Chrlsttalandp e 1T00htnt will be heitat the pj esbyferjan cijurchiyundav igb Rev J B Wolfe former itor of the Methodist church iwiU preach Prive1y ir h10r2 rrS about 4 miles rotnf Spcingfiejd otl the MaokviJIle pike God trotig land iin grass tveliff enced ed waterdhahou it v good 6 oom house andgqJ4 barn Jt JohnRainey NR Wzd a wellknown- harpsville Mr nierchant awlMrs Mary Qhrister were Plarlie- SlIday aternQon by Rnv H- Mcli1tireTQ cer D1pny l a ewhHe the ontio- uple ng atin therbuggvori tret This w sthe SfC iyanture fcfr bothsrEarrodsb fltrald v rFor Salel Myhouse and lot P9 GroundyAve HousK newVy tunted und ingoiad repair acd ontains brooms a hall and batb ifoom equipped Electrin lights in dwater tot is i28UQ feet rfd has good garden pot rew barn vith 4 stalls rib elic garage coal house f meat hjauseV tct An ideal home io1fbesi t ce part pf the c4ty i T JvMiLUEii i 3he pocuseJptan3bv which the Qoun y wilt wo c Bardstown oad under St iteaiU and sdper ViSiPui have beenapprbvedi bv the Slate Commbsionerpf rpad and work will b ffn on tile road in a few daisv While seinjtbin of un experiment tipjie fiimilir with btv worllngs feetthat itJ wflrniaterifcll aid tho county in biiildinu up us rud syteuaiinci th44by that means we will gei enabled to get better roaUs on BtUtht intercjunty set roada Toe state haS aasigued tbi1if di7i stun to Mr Lewis T flftney a- very skilled and competent engineer Jf LouisviH0j who istf reasonable man and who adapts his methods to bis conditions and does not arbitrarily try to adapt the condition lo bfc methods He is familiar with our fo ds and btir finances atad we believe that he wili b of reat bene t to the roads ener ily In Washington county HflJPICS mi11m S ii tc 1 I j Model Sanitary l f Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Vrices ReasonableOffice over Mrs Kate Williams tore Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stall r FOR RELTwQ rooms suitat t blp for Jighthousekeepiog1 J M BOSWELL t a At intiesing before theLouis l ttilte Commercial Club to behe- lduridayd by tt Tbnmbeir of Ij J3dlcalors of the State sopae a proposed Leeislittion wilt bedIS cussed One idea jid to ak 11idJ 1rpie to amend jHe Constitution as toailoVth State Superintend lent of Public Instruction to sue eeeduimself Another proposed meafeure is to elect the Gonnty Trustees from thecountlat Jarge whilel we do not know khat they pfopps6 tb substitute fqr the present Trustee system we do 4 not think that this would ec comp lsh much good jin an edu calional way 4llocal Trustee nWded to looks after local con dItipnsa1 a manselected by tit the people of the DistricS is mtsuitkciforf this importint wult J Killed By lolh11StoveI The r6m nsof Joe Edelen colored man were brbught here InFterrF Edelen was injured by the ex plpsiqn bf gasoline VistoveL to such AH extent Atbat death re suited TItasApeach- a rt Mr Jrviue Adams who is something of fruit grower pre 4eutedj off hisdVl isit ttjtbICh wigbed g r f pouid 1 ndijes nEeasue1 in iLiut the biggtpeach re beard ot in this county c Base BaIt 1 m idjtr tomorrow apfdiSaturday w IQeIs of Louisville will f crplal i ts with Atbcai team Rt HIO Sc1 Qt4f ark Th- eQertelsed the Iocat boys some Weeks ago and snceeded jn d fcatjnkthe boys three J s raightsv4ltijought the ames Fwerethe boys lhave something wdQI- to dfetthe O rLeland tfie oneiny iis worthy offHh ir steaLS t1bweveriLS ur bys1ale in much li4tfer ccnditlba tUati when they jjjlayed them bkefore1 they arego- inntOtIiegame with the same JeeJinU t nf1dptthat they will they w11l get th Louisville boys scalpsltbis time Gdqd crowds arelixoected to be in attendance rApIt j f 4 e Cpurtji Proceedings Lester Rose t5 i1rought be fore Jqdue Yaiikoy last Tuesday stealingIItwaaIhtgi liyrse belcnjf rx to breath Dean Ia lastTbursi y Dean testified that on astThjirsday morning he found his buggy and horse misslnsr that he+rooked them i forsome distance whoa the trucks took the irection of Lawrence burg e tngaj automobile ana notifying Deputy Sheriff S J Haeihe proceeded to that pity and when on Main Streett saw his horseand buggy corcing down the street with Rose driv init He was stopped and promptly taken into custody t tHIRTEENTH ANNUALJ Kentucky State Fair t LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18thl915+ Iggst Saddle Horse Show inftJi World line Exnibittfof EorseCattle Swine Sheep Poultry Tield Seed hid Grain Horticulture Wontens Handiwork Students Judging lttBOat Encam ment and Baby Hea1d CQntest TrottrH an4 Paciiig Races Each Day Clean Midway and Graiidt jFireSyorks Display RUTH rAw JSensaiional Lady Aviator l iei the Spiru1 lve Diji of D thIIStee Banking and many ji other tnnllerai qyery afternoon lUd uci RaDroadJtates For Catalogue Addrei- ij I DEkt7O Paul Jones IBuUdlnt Louisville Ky i At the conclusion of the testimony of the ComtnpnwealtbY the def ndarit movedfdr a discharge Being of thel opinion that the Jtablisht JieI the defendant1 was held oJlSlOO bndfor takipg fropeirtV sviths out felonious j iTettSustains Bad Accident 9 fMr John D Peterson wfta the victim if a very bad accidenttl lastTuesdiy morning HeR BurpsbuUclIng l inttaJkiDt IJbimttbIJ bout the third floor which was being held up bya large jack screw on which was a heavy I piece of timber In some un accountable way the jacksoL WI becatne deflected from aper j pendicular JIne and dropped its place falling with theT timber through the Opan window toHhe street below the timberJstriking Mr Fetersbn on head rendering him unconscious takeototiuurgical aid was given him itl was found that in additipk WvEvere gash that hiss lhd o sustained some Jractdfe iiUP ib going to press he is prcieiIng very well his mind hjiig clear r nd if nothing further develbjwi iia hoped that be willsdoli bfi i n the rotdof recovary j l tI PUBLICSAIt ht tWill at my residence 4 mite JUJ iFridIJSeptemb l S i AT ORE OCLOOKP M Sell to the highest bidder att pub d lic auction the following property Seven head of high jjade 1 I Belfe 82MlIlc Cows onenW- nd calf two yearling HeitfW two 1100lb Steers 2 Sows mid t l6fcJhotes3strawrickhi 10 or 2 tOQg old hay 25 tons timothy Bushels of qjs 40 bnshes corn 11v Terms made known day of sale iCLEMENTS R t leJSchQO 1 Program of Entertainment at Roc Brldge School Saturday September 1915 10m tinal Exercl Rev JPowell Tucker Welcome Ad4regEJ Preiidewfc- Teaceing Beadingin The Lower Grades OBryanLanguageinthelat Vi Anna JOE or BettetAchooJ40jl1iiaa ShalUtTJ tNOON 1QOP M As XManTbinktth 4 L IPf George Colvln anitationand Hygiene J L L w Dr W WHyatt 230 P M20 mlnules Rec jas iEthics in The Public Scho6ls Albert ttiDisciplined =Miss Emma i Teaching Mathematics i1J CThornpuon- Agrie 1nrej W CMcChojd D L MILLER ChaIrzn1 irtljni Springs School 7 i Program of Eutertainment by Educational Division No Four atTatbam Springs Aug 2 1915 Song AmedcaIj Choir Welcome Address Ever tDedD Devotional Exercises J h L TrTrr Kov He P Hatchet How to Increase Attendance rrr Miss Elliott Duty of the Parent Toward the Child tL 1l Everett Dedman Recitation lA K4IckVoltintPtf t UDeiIa Burkhead Beautifying The ScbuIgounL- Misa Lossbn Va Je of A School Library LYjasGertrude Is1am Song i Choir NOON Agriculture Hon W C McChord Possibilities of qC t19 6 V L+ 4ev H ft Hatchett The Tragedy of the Unprepared + uNaamaa Burkhad Recitatloo A Parable v Della Burkhead Address JLJ GW Golvin SliawutySongwe meet again E KAti PI1IJnn PU JUG SALE It iSATURDAY SEPT ratone ocfpck pmI we will pn the premises one mile belo Bodker Station otfL 4 k B Rv sel to the highest bidder pur farm containing 00 acre Has on it a goodhouae small tpbaoco barn good orchard aiit1iii necessary tftbtiildihgs j id is Well wataftid Terms made k oV11on4ayolsiJe P A HILTON GH BILTONa F T = PERSONAL l RvC ILOrovcei i protracted Meeting tSaIQmeJJ dear Lebanon i V t 4a-Mrs M H Prather pfladi qaurcuy6vIsit 1MrXmily ana Mr gunter of Mays ville are the guests of Mrs iOJaybrorTceSr V t Miss Fore1ce Ragsdale hast raid ned borne ftqSnMaysVille i JiAltV il R Clay brook dr IMr John I C ciaybyooke r Mr Hunter and Masses Jda and Ruth Qlay brooke nQio edW Mammoth Cave last weekt Miss Servicei Spaldin of I2eb nunS the guest ofcMjis NeIliei Simms m i1isqt 5 Memphis pefipjhiis returned to- er k hptna arter v lf o Miueu- uuItaott l PrudiePAtott Mrs 14 tie fghiQaa of s Lq sv5flewjrr ha tht git o- fMierace Jwiw next week T MIH Kath JtJt towi- iii it is tie giet k the Jamflys f PWillet ctMr aDd wrJoePettiis + hmetirne2- i f o trjp 61rgthhfg Jon KewYor uiothr East i ra points fMtand Mr Joslhelenstb gues- ao1iep 9 of Mrs Ejii6ftn Mr edtiBOiardgXvwn e Ur atid frSoooe ji h1 Ie Ii yille visited Mr and P1o Joe w Ielen B nd J i a ltj g1 i hret tP elni a trip 1 ip tljk Sap Fran cia QExo iiOat lcMr Wiliami Wathen atid- augbte4j c l 4 oo o ll FIdr1daird 1gith ofhriends here Mr and Mrs hazjestrde tv of Louisville a visiting relatives in the cqantiy liMrs W Lo McClelianjn Louisville tbn first 6fhe w H Miss EIzbfJi W iitwwes t Point iIkvisiu at the home of JudgTLBThurnianf JMiss MarNoe1eIt Saturday for a VIsit frresat Smltilj Grove if1Messes R bert Arnold apd John F Simms were in Ecmiafc vi L1Mraye iSntoarivUlevyesterdayT fWr andMls alluDdnc4jp l of New Jersey and Mrs XtL l JeqkiAs of Cincinnati are theo guests of iheir parentsMr4and Mrs G D Diiqcan c I 24cEJroy1Mr h Mr B M GruDdvsand Mr Hugh McElroy kpentT psdaYJ wlth relatives at Danville Mr Adolph Hertleln and faYri a Hy of New Albany is the guest of bis brother here tOnWed to Sprin eldJSfierrbetpg away1 for two Weeks J Mrs J P Blgfifs of Batdstowh washere on busjni ss Monday Mrs Chris Her lein Has ye turned home from Louiiville Mr JdelGreene and sister Mls Margaret of Louisville are visiting relatives here t MJames Wfcthenof Bards i town Junction is yistting Mr Ben ESlramS400 f r h Mr and Nfrs Q T aQciOlp1 ofr Oklahoma ar viiaitingi it thQ tahomeElrqy t Mrs Cbannle Cooper visited relatives in Lebanonlast iteetrvx rv Mr A B ShtiUz who baa been at Elizabeth fioepititl for thejpast month iis improving atidwill soon b blito i tum T home r MissEnle allwhohta baa visiting Afrit naymO11f NalUy basretiumedtQ her home at eaurev1l1eI il1aEmliv4rlbt 0 Bardw town who hal bnvlsitiugbeler- eturiied i t h0ae one day kst week t Mrs John fs MoGimiisr aud Children wbohav been visiting frietid wd relatives ati Bards towriIiav mthriia hoixe- MOmrL L 0 4cCarty atid dMtsrLr1betteuii1ed Sbby1Pair day ItIMM JF 3i hbop4ia return i ytlirenctrLlck fo0t Miss Ma i jt Burnieij t i I JMut1J f lI = TI T- tsn 7 o e g CoUnty p11 Bardstown5 Sept 1 23and 4 Fine Stock Large Premiqnit tJMiAj- iOOSadd1o Stake JOO FndflarnesiTORVIh- LEARNOLDPre i t VI IORLKFLIySy If J V d ib HwaIolUetj Tra1tU iabileto aeltSer Tfkhie ii4i fcowl ktubj nor whisper cUtit8the coafirirjr tWUhstaniiai 11 fefenr atloa glvia y Mr Edw4 GroM a In quffi1gtWIt11 0 P ei jttoa yjieH fe JertalJlcanI 4 pen o trymod1UJt J1e Ietb tbuastan41g hack otbira- g 1ltiefio4Iag ja bl except afiarp crash iofttalIi cJCHilif MQ Qd 1b4 fcnlleV aie wkett It tMvi It klffc peed 4tz yaIokof 1OI feet a kecond or ori1thH te Wn cbttlri g iquck at tgand ten 7tele fly cratcke WMMMik jrilp hu who stand fr from tIM riflo heir the btilitecjack IUM he dull thudding o6tUte rift H O1twkichA MiI Jlliek Let oi raake fa cold tor jit at fW range tret hear th 6 W fit hfOdern rifle ant then feel tji btoK of tk bullet But tke W1M Wftfld J e ktH d him half a seoewlw tti oafta from tho rifle r ek 4 jQa ti Thrtt Wemn nasATherf arfr now tte WMMMI IUu totv in the Unileii tat p4aeisathiyn Clarke of GIen6aiewas si4t 4 itafe senator at 4 ip cka t UMr ta Oregon Stie not dm tkrDthiqf t Uket 1agalet ea aM Ie ka plwallfy ilifktlf imd r e iraired Votes Te other two w seiators ae Mr1llcien MNT JfchlMoa ot ColoraKia ant Xn Tranceh Wlttard 4I el Arkooa iwiatft M Hid preside rr th4 J Arizona iwwt e Jet33 iurlnfr tk ntIderftds of a kin toaeMa- W tttfli revive Jd tkte a4 1P-t county pfflcerit TM if QM m M Jn thjsr coufitnr that a ai presided over a i glBlattve Wdy PiipirCbjrleijKtolwr of ike Pool tribe was feted Wily froce and ia oacteus wha lacked tea all from Te wMa aai hurried to the poorkewA w1HlM KelB at h ybfBte deatkVJjSotk sees is Boae kotk feet and both kairfi ero foea Accompanied by kia oneeyed Oej e ac1 etarted over the hills Jo tb- hose1 alBaf by the waytfd Dute booxer was hl lrt it t4ftknce peR betUt2sMeesd t Cft ouJUa rid IIu 4 fwM lactic thfaceCTLbs n eto PLpto 1rtQ kJa t hy H DMWt i ttM ym oeet I tyeer h arl for a rtek 1Mt1 iia ke a cpatrikuUeiC to charity pf c11 ai whr let at a wee try lac to dV floawtkk fM aa ai Mt local catee auld BnuHc II New York Sun retMtHwM jMuriMT ut to iie W a wea1ty- h m I Had bew Met to Mil bV o 1tteleaim ho wM rr S Mated the caK M Urn a4 ausdi- m l for 1W Httl ssoi k ciaHiif t IisI fl I was so l eary k really cfQldnt JIL Ict kajr o ey except for psr1- qal OSIlt5L fee waS dead id s aQ 1ttoa an dMat a Mil thing tecaa rseus J it vrem wk4MI jptve him tk laaglu Hf ioat SLaII- ether ftlatr pant either k t that tax aosaeioir ilK got St 1tSa trvee TaasdTh At a tea iyen at the RwhLllNle W the offleer Tot the JCediterramtaa jst E Itoyal Tyl er the Trtllk w UaOwr said aodfllDC toward alp tlMlMK MIlt which xai kt H tMMlatfdI Tangd TSea1 Ilk French maid wkeji I refused tea th other alto rnoon exclaimed DeS monsfetir lij aot like bli tel loWrfountryjBea theif Not like tkmY ovMfiMUL Why said the leII kkt4 ui one cut your Amerlomm Morels tk4 otktr day a Howells poyel telt tlwvck I cant read Engliak paw thee flothtfig JJ1to t tS teaoey Ji IJojv people who talk Mo Mca bout tea mu t be1zordIAtalye4- f 1t xifestce PM i1trrShB thought you ace tvafi tklo the had the tame aeaala M tftho in FreDcL Draft Oxen In rfQwia to the demand of tka upr 0ce there ii such a dearth oC Mree for hahrfct yvrpoMc the aeett Of tEnglwd that faraeri are exe far the raaperi ndl it Bot aa anltMSIan old hone bug paut lie would attract tke eye of a re ewif Qacer oked wltlt n steer tfhere ira many who isould be ladte ea a re Ira ot the e toe fee asresla t draft parpee ake k wevA pest bTM ba rarnat ra ettte fpr4eef nirfiin l MytUry ef rc1hIs otsitos all the Infinite prodmctleii of tW laboratory bf our mainly Ufllttkl1othng Is more beautiful thuaIC orated and yet jreally aore uieleM from toe Tlewfoi t of pe4ttr calll and plain c0tii1l1 oa MWM uwhat are called precloufeto e tS diamond being chitfett ott this aH Itt what one 6fthaeartkaeoIO1lCII they Were made anjibjr what prsse temtalqB a aistey whkkhas rnot hiss fathomed by ftcsMtltyt ItoY Os voted much time to sttsjlO at aofcK tlon though ckrN tn its ttti Molssan pt Pkrls aai cip tat Bai lad have se0aelly prOd ieparticle tA U IsSCOfe to titu t 1atmQt lt1ci frje i ir 7 1 I STOP III ft AT THEt 4 FGr4Ti Jh Jai II I t I tititt L FOR LNDA- IItItGODJDOIIS B r t I L Ahds5 Mob 11W tUI4i rka I If1 f 11wirrE FOR RfSA7 JiA t J JJ = f tf1t 1t EPUBUCt 1 11WII- l1lDesIrab- IeFI1bidaIuInffr4c18 1ct itt p P A III IIl jPI1ot4I JIll two tf tIII at taturday4a1gjid t C L a 2psarp 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tIICIboth rar5 famsdfa tt 111 settv arees a- tad tb- rlaan rtheir atlole Y b eettaly IbIt1tIetl apd mB will W torrinHd ttwfcl IW purpose it ttfeJrnp Boys Jh fwtltOttbi ma FMr t rewfh the ffcmtar dtatHrt tile Ub telulug ifrom the three former tap illWyeeoDert lion are inssfr iif Oer hair and their netK cHy 0a iW crotttida pro sd with avary oieafort aa w ur t Of Ii bllrwbtih lt ile f r1De- sJc1IIa1JWJ E1 au w t4 rteaiM tsaity itrietavltec fHE SHOP J Fee JV l C 111 0 citt I l s i I Y cooniIi p to 1 t w j t WIll i l L J i I r f A Tilt iMl KlE RsaaisI Is i tttebrylyahl IIier olA eirra- euaeater J AtY the coaai aiaee lfc e tffviklch Mrs jt Thriutaa ifitedaeWaaaMtke fp11wtug Mss ii een aka s 9iastarrL I Idea jDI itLouilrilk lar 3oedel14s LoieYme rsT fli J oai v4e Dirs I e7A Me rottlnifh r It vUte Jf ra itkh T4 Ittrart c ovlsMwr JlJIi 1 p iHaifack LevU CwetYbcn1bL 3elirkl ifSi Heil Brae LikTHk Mica AiaaikhF HarrytwtSeYJtk Ihwide Jittea Mary IPHiitckcraft Par ilajrillft Hi a Ford MJ Fxo JirIo Baaa B y IxmkvlW XnPivlCreet LouisTiUav aiKfOirs T X Smith f1ttMr v TkMMw JeKeraoa Smith ll iafgtty WI irtan 6ta tins eeaeItee WYicb will aetepr 1r every ety aud rwal s I artWdw1tbebekktirerscud a edlew t rsieherteP pti liii4s aadsuffer tIf= O444r ceiuaitinictiou MW 1e Itbbo State Fair o ce Paul lopes buNltag IetikvilifKy t 4cJIIIf eiBB iajf MfcfJB Bjj IJJ 1111 I Vi f r Fair I t1saMa oslM c Mrs lira fist trbttigochre whbas ai 1t tMrritrfJIMw ia Ohio sal c61ak aM Bo lir heir ttkewfee area arrived kk eiMa 1re JICtllt tttetrJth i l1eiJr iat+ ffit11fy7Pt a v ilr words toderIike ICttiw whim HMHe M jlrst appearance a a tttatlraleprov 4 J H ttlsteat trotter to azi tyfte raleq cft e I attottil Trotifa Trnteck7l3ttitev OfLei ethVa1fettttt ii tjt b3 NAIUIS ESSr4 r sttw 1I1iiI Oe atmitf It dices a1a sure M the ttl ti Ain iii ltle ti- wdhs we hr i 1ks twit t1ii U rry A awet aakus- Ilos f p1lM asr a WJ rbtl tfJJL air md rs J j1 rlilID1Lk dIwlsontti skys s rIdwek d d- I t tit 4 of ya aibi Bled of1lll Dr tM 4 DWa bri t ttf- r r ruuc A sin 1s acM ardiX lu the past kiev Ibsst other fiod sets atotttack 8fII6i I dW Dlfoovrrr and TW Dtteovery FtlJI4r ha patCJrt t feet lp allymdgba7atwIMneddlcouW ut avroorst litluuur ib rp PlerOlMy PIaaaent plIeltl In I UH4 t I III III 11 r I 11111 I 111 81e818 S r STRATS SME 1 ItoI I froin MIckYjIie 011 the Tick Creek pike wt t 1 Tuesdayf Aug 31 1916- ft j lO OC1diCkjr A1 Mm9 the following described real and personal property J FARMi CONSISTING OF 2OO AGESLying in one Qf die beSt farmtiif sectkms of Washington county knd in a high state of cultivation TJIp farm has on it i goodl irooiii dwelling tenant house stock barn 2 to bafcc feara which house 12 acres tobacco and all other necessary outbuildings All of land is m frass except aboNt M acres Tttts firm Is well adapted to stock raising grow i it lil fH kiads irf abundance rind is rvNlwatered Plenty tobacco land Anyone I wishtaf fs toOfc vet tilt farm before day of salemayl do so by filing at the premises I 1 IM mmre CifUt 5 rr ld1 i rots Bull registered 1 T ertilP hboenles f2 oreeJlulI c ld y 2 stacks Hay 8OO busHels Corn T I tray M rvtyr drV if I 5OOO tobacco sticks Lot of Lumber Jfr LardrWagon I black Mare by stli v Mo wiMchine Deeraing Binder It L Hare 7xr ldr iItlsartIeml WMa Drill CultivatorIri I r T aim ariS airw ll bred a id toiler Disc Harrow 1 ar as good wbriC 41 brood m rtHi Breaking and Hillside Plowsj ss soroneigaIdwait 4 l Harrow 1 Buggytt B 2yaf old tetrs V Harness Wheat 2 blacK yearling Heifers II Tanks Feed Boxes and all S yirllalilteeril articles and tools usually otherIIi 4 good milIt Cosr2thCalvssbrsid cno a firstclass farms 5 soarer ijif StOCk is SPrni fietdSt ijie yak jsbare Stock in Washington Co fob Whse fKOLHIO Q AND KITCHEN FURNITURE t fi withij i Ye = iw if Mc A rN i iWwAN tkp FJCRSONALTY 12 months time with interest at 6 per cent G frs dtW iiMetcipery erifnedfe 10SIOed wider cash E r P4f TOBIN Administ rotor J IottheEstate of JoHn Tobin deceased 2- fc a M CAMPBELL A x aeer DINNER ON GROUNDS t d uHiahryf prieiiiwrIlnsa EJparka MKM tiiaYeo t iiogi eoU eie trfiki aor tttrri anise xeMonnaente kliitkit =ilartiia aoM tap ti dog supply iiiewy of tberaret MiM 9totM wlvi ttteriafitbitr Iihifehk aaad in aiie = triUf i mauf ftiowalp Je u ends Ktb earth thltreioliilekialti Itue melt ncr1aad a17Aterko et arkerEtak rites Tfa cwtarpset tIf- f tlirows J l+datlr kieetiea a 4 of tH astitt rw iattiti tasltie i st tea iMs tNINi ai jus rrliarrt i6aIfaiiDrraalcsaie Ia eiFerr way athehea NNtvt rtsa tall senior taWIa ai1y rpas q Wow this e e a- yhe t aHitewktlj They xeys WW W tie cloths erne Uw fkMM fil- mpt6rent tH Itit t1FFiafag writ M1K tlMtltlour or two at tkkf M were wMr the rags lorMW a tar er at httut uatllthey feeds by olds tajulde Mtoll that the felts wan M thaw My 1afot M aid tki joker had to MaTe iOn JMr x jltjr w tiro to seap titer itgliteltti filtiyiiwret rrna- a ftlM warm JM Ckrr uiaii Wmtt- th tit isee iitvititi daa clea it theOiifrat t i egjJlUywHt 1uck 1 Orite eww tw W wTiny bear hoar tfi ktr reede J tteXeartit lr aew wix4IIi 1s fc r y thYwets all riesip IIo rWissUjlkki Ttrbtttf Mfas aft IM r t I l J k tauUtotjli bast emaad oC ties Jj Miiiie alis fer rlUle meat that tk rt fe great Jaigar iOfc scarcity of tt that pijet wtry KIago LjsistsbTkHM la tWa s thattkj Jayaneae covermaeat penaital oMr w aklpa to operate for whale kwMitac yvrfieaieW bUt the number of I Hia eaaature4rB not restricted U 1iAshear to Jiefat ties rbeketiis tM foraeris I tJin ter 12a- ff i rl tit eatiii to M tery awcft- ltttnbeefMeak sad to bane twkat tie aaaM table aa sheets Tkf mOk 8 of trepirtEt it noses ev tkaie aMd for keifatoakv the it+ MkJItawtefaye iretlag fryaz- MK n ton it tka whaM klwtarr 1 1g aipa4 kretkrwu Hit rAVORrTYLE I Hwwill jon hate your eria cwlwir aeked the Waiter Make toY differe oe in theooat of fm r inquired the cautious cu- si pir with the brimleaaJja aBa the 1NoThen cook them aD thewp of a slice of ion1 tiaitL the cuitoawr grcaUy TelieyearlStl Bita ANyTHIWQ TO PLEASE rrNo ldo not care t meet y6ur j i TTI1oenliah aJt1Oc i Them come and try our bet ScetcV i PERHApt 1itofInaeedl Wero soy of tea itr III a H ji VS JIj- x j imtG ar f tl1 Kentiicky T fteacu rCU SiS ommilskQt1 J i 1TiPee 19CCommission Equipped f ninroadeda h wlfb an exhibit T eipcrdl ni Kr uIoftar and short to ptnt tbe1 pread Of the dteeefce aifdher eiut Jtto umy pofate N the atate Bjf mepictures de anipbottf My acid etoctHe Ot IeeIIu whsle atuty of the cause curs 40 Btii fit cojaraa toa to teWIa raakic ferxtic the paMefby In a ltttleal ttTealrib6A0 6avaba ereped in ahectiottrt qt te stata Eap41t17alne ha ra been laketl to roek ttacWn and school cfilfercn to list this ewllie of spod heatti mar be communicated tluouslk them to aa May pap W possible FORUMJ till Otto r Kahiff 1 11 On Financial Farm Loans LL w irByery citizen Who desires to become capable in business should study bnkihgTand every farmer who slants to see the business of agriculture properly financed ld study diligently tile financial systems of other industli es AU other lines of Industry have developed financial facilities adapted to their needs We have allsorts of financial syndicates authorized by law or custom to deal in a certain line of securities hut in none of these finan cial channels will farm securities travel withput a bonus in the way of an excessive rate of Interest or heavy dls counts The most powerful financial institutions In America are private banks and they are the most Important to the financial life of Industry In no line of business does k e tyXefflciency and stability make more imperative demands than upon private bankers whose greatest asset is the confidence of the buying public la hia business judgment and Integrity Mr Otto Kahn of Kuhn Jx eb Com Day when asked to state the relation of the private banker to the business of tke nation said in part One of the most important functions of the private banker 1s to be the lastrument for providing the money needed for the efficient conduct and development of railroads and Other industries He does this by buying securities in bulk from those needing capital for which purpose he usually aafoeiatea himself with a Jarge number of other financial houses great and Wall thus forming what is called a syndicate Having In this way concluded the lYIng transaction he offers to the public the securities purchased menus of advertising circularizing and through the facilities of the rettU houses Included In the syndicate many pf ham employ traveling salesmen Of course the banker and the syndicate count on a reasonable profit for titM services on the other band they run the risk of the securities which they have definitely bought and paid for at a fixed price remaining on their hands wholly or in part if the public for one reason or another should bo unwll llac to buy them The selling of securities Is a highly specialized trade retiring much experience organization machinery atld scrutiny This Is GM of the reasons why corporations do better In offering securities to the public through hankers than if they pffered them direct The willingness of tie public to buy depends upon their confidence in the Integrity and the j taHCBt of the banker who makes the offer arid a banker who attempts to Mslead the public or who Is deficient In care or judgment would very soon find himself without customers and therefore out of business In manyE- urepean countries the functions of the private banker include the placing ef bonds secured by farm mortgages Bonds of this nature are Issued inI large quaatitles by mortgage banks who buy mortgages on farms and other rval estate and deposit them as security for their own bonds which in their attic err Mpld to bankers It is to be hoped that similar institutions win teee rM of time be created in America thus placing the farming industry oft a fr witk other important industries jn facilities to obtain capital Ft IDIteeblOojjDlbulHaeHls can prevented e vatia el trautJitiisalon from parpre1 to child says Dr H W Hill of the Minnesota Public Health association It Ia true that feelllomlndednes Iv aoBaetimes brought on by illness or ac dIHt Suck cases constituting per Itovft one third of the totals are not transmitted to this offspring Bqt the otkcr twothirds of all the Miens we have fis feeblemindI W traced back generation after gen eratlon It runs in distinct strains 1acriminals prostitutes iwmpa and r ad sirablcs All told tb do not tpastitate more than twb or three per cent of the population Mixed His Characters This one is told on a certain pugll tat who is far better acquainted with tile big names of fisUc chronology than with those in the school history books tbeIcoutaepatronized by a nobleman with ing taster A weekend visit to ortJ couatry estate was in order The jceatleman personally conducts ed His guest about the mansions and when they arrived at a certain prey tenUous bedroom he saId with pride Here air Is where the great Nelsoa atopt s J Tile pugilist stepped over aai Ducked the high white coveted bed appreclatlveluGeehlit remarked 1aJP tke Battle to tick a nlt JJ Healthful IH n Eat fruit every day Canned fruity good Cooked fruits are often Iare than dubious fresh fruit but some fresh fruit is essential Eat fresh green vegetables whenever you W2libal1Iraw fruits Eat Rome of the bulky vegetables of low food value like car rots parsnips spinach turnips squasb and cabbage to prevent overnourisli ment IEat slowly and taste your well and It will slide gown and give more nourlshmont than food catenfqulckly Never eat when tlr dor overes haiisted but lie down even if pnly for a few minutes before dining Barley water Is a safe and cooling drink and is nutritious as well Put Into a pitcher one large tablespoonful of wellwashed pearl barley pour oval It two quarts of boiling water cover and let stand until cold Drain oft the liquid Yidd onehalf cup of sugar and a little nutmeg If liked the juice of a lemon is a pleasant addftlpn Every Man to His Trade Mark Thlstlewaite private secretary to Vlcepresldetft Marshall ran across a 30page handWritten letter from i crank In the official malt one morn tnit After reading three pages or It ho decided with a grin to1 brighten his chief day by letting thin wadt through the document and apcordlngli laid it on top of this pile oflettert an his prly tta desk- Vicepresident Marshall came In with a cheery greeting sad passed Into his private office There was si lence of almpsi a minute then the buzzer sounded Mark he exv claimed as the secretary apdearedt when I keep a dog do you BUVPPH Im going to do my own baridaf Iil X lJIj r I HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WifeJ rAfter Few Yut DhiCtlrg chef Mridck Gan Up i1IDspait HEUI Cain URescie patron KyIn an interesting letter from his place Mrs Bettie Bullock writes as follows suffered for four years witliwomanly troubles and during this time I could only sit up for alittle while and could not walk anywhere jit paiFaaTmyThe doctor was called k art sic fceet J ment relieved me for a white but lWK V soon confined to my bfAiaiffc Mier that nothing seemedtoido jbe any i od = T IIhad gotkee to weak I ceM wit i aRlI Iveupk s 1r f- At itmy hu be Hl tXitte a tea tw Carduilfte w MMS JUc jIIisw- meaced IlL Ftrpt btu daft ifdose I eedU ka MWK can walk two tiring we Mi an illllhIIIMcVIfyou are nm dovu troublesi dot giroapin- Cardtd tthe weiMsskosi kit more than A miWoii kt rjfyeas of MIOMI MfeoMaa aiaiiijHMt smelljJ Ie1p Yoo fo Ysnr ehl iella P V VA T ii IeiiiMi41L t iT = IoI f IW W Pleasuf and Protecti f One of te best reasojIi 1IbuI4= 7 0 without tele phone servlcewrit aC f mer is the pleasuriitl gives nijf wifeaknowledge that while r mJawaIshe hastlaa t tection that the telephone glues krrfrfOn the farm the telephone dispels loa 1i il oli and is the means of bringing help in an1 fi t4 gen y that may arise hi li If you havent o telephone on the nearest Bell Telephone lfan 5 our free booklet andlearniiow ydur1Ii l41 cqsts f J r FARMERS Lfl EDE1 f ARTMENT i l Cumberland Telephone fIand Telegraph Company 0 INCORPORATED LOUISVILLEyXENTVCKY Yt r f 1 tJ L i Children Cry lor Fletchers fh u L c l The Kind You fitavo AAyh and which uu beer ini use lor over 30 years has bofabthe a iiMiWfi M 9 and lias TieeBE KJ iM1f ntnder Up coral s petynlon M ale itahaietrAllow OOjlotl4tCIY OtIIa j AH Counterfeitsi Imitations and r Jitesta gn are bi Experiments that trIne with and AOougr the lath ij- TCufanta and 1Jhlldr EXp ePltenc agateSt Kperr ciaiwa ki r What is CASTOR1 cftt Castorin is a liarmlcsa snbsUtufo for Caster CJtt Mre i t gone Diops and Soothing SfnJIf It j1s Pleieewutk i If contains neither Opium ZlIJ1tblno nor other SiuseeWft substance Its age is its guarantee Ife destroys 1Irj r arils allays Feverishness It cures I3lazriioc Wtad Colic It relleves Tecthingirotibles curet Chi r and TintulencylIt assliiDates ile Food rt gtdis A f i Stomach and weIsgivt ig dcalurrand i l tiesp ttThe Ghildrens PanaccarTJtie arother4SErieiva GENUINE CASTORlA A wA7 io Bine Si at tttatc4 9r Tie Kind You Haw Always Bosght InUeFQf Ovso Yarn tot eMHtJ71iWnKr 11M aAr1m ttch t r f l a i tfVORCE t0 asE Fran Dt DUit slid DruJ I nx- KCoahiatl a bake PttMli SweSweeper rseelteM tlteito t= r ae iewse the laaaie broom tieod by tkduKD de tatic t5 kb hnd- ci wW tic dirt Md J8I nip ri r11tme tike pickyul Po dwd nhis hid viIr a Iwl Y7ey Duo WMl for laPre orc tr ir iNwa larl m ell wrh tODAY t ents W ted a a 1