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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 a tr i fETAJSIiED rrt f ANNOM1NLJS e p nw RUISTYOI xxxi N 2 bSPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEi HM5 i RiJ4 4EIJJAHSFLISHT I fHlSYISION0 i iii aN1Re JL 1 tt If MptAliahUplieldu- I HIjW ui TktsdHPtA tiu u QratHlm I E Vit f tM ruturaTh Wind I s E1hquhst ti Firs s1 VWtNIt nil 1 t4 i t dAMypLUIEk Cl tilll aw tied afebat Q viDt r iJJ Pmn I UiieIi rpedq with the pe 84irprlsed to id Qq JI urde H reF a jAM Imtd by ber- Elijak d4 amdly dlcmr- ai 2tr a J Pyellevlsg him I JoN fT l U a c1ai gqf tt M lmmtecl hI for tt3 3J ime to the Mount Tbes i wiit tkugh a aeries trf expCfenc twattlttt literallor1- nI Yteton we ipn iwt to t certftNj L9rt M nbt s tbe bat I Wo IJr wiD6L NUt vine theearthqut f bt41P am stja the- f lI tiIOwMt = I ftMciie LMit EIJjsA ft t A t ot irM Mt IB th fire ihaltv camer I tbe tHk pall Vplce which Lntbers- teuiftkUfoaV rwflcrs The Voice pf i iSfram Giwta in the VoiceIt truly iMjliXbMwiIthiniItIpUe III forceto Wideitsil hen they realize that l teoccurrences foreshadowed ex t i j ciMicos 11thwhlcb the Church In the t 4If iloe Intimately connected Jezebel M represents a orm of godliness i 9Mt and boastful supported ra irthly power represented In King fJkitUpbevot f ff a c e t 9I1SO did not deeply affectvor tr greatly alter the outward attJtudeL- L the Church nominal und the vorid to It 1rijthe true Church of Christ h the l fleshVt3fPJfrefl by the Prophet Elijah fcThe iformaUon was parthil ouyI Jt GreatrliwPtuWons stilt upheld many of the serious errors of the past The Elijah cla ngaja passed out qf public view though not out of communion ftagd fellowship with God Divine s u pervlslon prodding for then necessl ties of rest and spiritual refreshment What hoElljah Class See Mount eb4the Mount of Got fitly represented Messiahs Kingdom Elijahs coming ta it portrayed the fact that the Church will be In and under theKia dom administration wlhlldstlll In theJMesh although the last members vOf turhwIII not fully participate In tht Kingdom honors until they g irtiall Jiave AJxpcrlcnced their great rosiirrecUon change fl Corinthians 155052 Miny Bible students uadcr I l sti1nJifbAtl chro oloprtcalty Messiahs Klngdonf bgn tt oQ trsUt2i In the tf 1or1llnl IfiTS Trhllo ib last inembcrs ot top Elijah Jcss are still lii the r1 flesh Hov soon the entire wHnpnny or tl1t Ero1tbcl4rwmllnfblmlthe v n nud the KIntu lci1sLered In 0 1WIth power anfl srerr lory Is not dcfl i nlteXv stated in tItlble- i Bible srudentfiSlie wbtld over have pecll1lrvision of the futuri Tliroujli Bible t stu y they brri LOU Irarnlng that ei Mcs lahs Klngdoai Is to be Inaupurat- tJ7ji ed hi a Time of Tronblp Hnl11 aa was t i not 1 ttlC there vaianiiliiuno nor Sd f ever shall be afterwards Daniel 12I- 5rattsJcSV3ltTl They hnvp learned presenttmir have been lieki bwk for ypnrs by Y j Aplvfltfe Power whoa Omls people have aymbofWllielf fprcheiWBeiV 4 This cla 9 iici the four parts of the 5grnt IJlvIue Program ushering In the Kingdom of God for which so long Hs saints have p rayed Thy Kingdom come They see that the wl rids represent the war that the earthquake of Eli jahs vision repre seated a great so cia revolution to ii follow the far thetorceofhelrorLiitiqn an bIf archyiiaj 1o bt xpeetedt sywboitzedby- flre desftoylng present tHstitutlons iperiencesbt L r KvJAnftJtp rq1YJll pd mnn iffisfc Tnttyfrwllf inerdjy rif epara t j toryjj ftt mnn fpr tilt Voice of Eden frwktqIl1Rel2tptiy will b heard briiti Miaifgt ivhlfh will qj10 Ji qt Jt lfUnu beI FuItn4f the Viicn BegunI viilUe studeutH tliftkt5tflUdthLt these j oar grett feitri i ftf pods Plan por trsyed to HljKfo nire Already begun a falOlRjentiliirfjSlnt jfmR nt European war tli o fcttlna fo i fr Hue four 5S TheIJ ftJtf ttllb ijhel tlthIg bO 1ere 5ehii tt1CI1IiYIht2id not be cxSwLn rpMt before tile 161r lint iRthPi that lhtgI15 lJeftll with the In J i fl1W4 irksjvdttiei44 at deS 5ttI rrii de- htf 1lIUl iltat h dA r iSi w- I aF1LJ 5ii5 JulITHis String itThe cam munity is entiirely ttoo jigfetT Give it a pull l k There is just as much monjeyr eyeriwasvbuti circulation why b pause some one yell lAndrdtimps and people imme jumpeto th conclusion that we hoc hard times and that buryiri anywhere OH e thiesceptincir culation 1 was simply an linfiated case of iiim flam aod moukeydoodle There is no pcoosion for hard limes we have none andit is about time to quit thinking we have and come down to earth aRdtetj back to our Tdccupaii n of doing business at the old stand We haye ha4 years of big crops another whale is in sight irmers areAll prosperoVs t and miilioqs in g91i ateporfring in from Europe Hard VimesHard piffle As far as suPP1 and demand are concerned conditions are nqrjbalI even abb ye normal And tuia whole hue and cry is- rneeely the ref ult of people who have money wilbdrawihg it from circdlaliOD and hoardingit away And its a bad thing to do L Tta not ttritninviv Its not UJ nes like its not even hal e s6nse Its everything that it should not be and nothing that it should bet Its converting shadow into an elephant where even the sUadow does not exist yt Lets quit it Ltts pull tha string and let the moneyflow and keep it flowing and moving and changing aud earning and crealipg and qiuJtiplying and addiiigto the coinmunify riches 4Morey is good obly for whatI it wilt bring and wealth hoaixfed wavs brings nothing 4Lets turn itjoose and start it tbisltownGet out thev old purse open it up empty it out do something to boost the community and the commuoity will boost you There are oppprtunies all Ground us for inveslmtntrand earning monev butt more money is never mada by gold1 that is bi den away Bard times are but a name and even the nameis worn down to a frazzle Nowlets lury that frazzle ana get down to business agdleOpportunity is knoclijng alf our door but it will not wait CountyMessenger GJeprge Leaj Sprinfrfield rr4 has for sale several big type Ppland China Boars Corking good ones rfCbtton Seed For Beef Cattle It would be wllfoi feeders to bsarin mind the following points IDo not feed young calves haavily on cottonseed meal 2 Securepri es on both co tooseed meal anci linseed meal and use the cheaper feed If cottonseed meal does not east over 34 a ton it can proba bly beus dto advantage in win rt ring the breeding herd r 4f By feedinfi a ration of two pounds of cottonseed cake with corn silage ori twdand onetialf fPpndsof cottonseedcake with cOarse ronghages v cha otstraw curn stover etc matur8 cattle can be wintered very eco rtomically 5 One pound of cottonseed meal jis usually worth 09 niuqh tui two pounds of corn for feed iqg cattle 6 In sections whee much corn stov6rj odder or timothy or other carbohydrate feeds are u tdlt is extremely important that some feed like cottonseed mixl be us d 7 Uottonseed meal stiojulatjij tie appetite of fatteniug animals r and causes tnem to cobsume mure feed and likewif to make geatergainf 8 Heavy feeding of cottonseed meal should be discontinued after 100 to 120 days whrd dry roughage is fed andafter15Y- day where succulent feeds are used 9 Cottonseed cake can be ued Very profitably as a supplemental feed jar fattening cattle oa pasture 10 Five times as many farmers should be usinir cottonseed preseItHome an d Far m rPU JOG SALE iIS cr SATURDAY SEPT II at Pneoclock pmf wewill on the premises one mile below Booker Station ouL N R R sell to the highest bidder our farm containing 66 acres Ha tobaccojbarn TifieeEsary outbuilding and is well watered t Terms made known oh day ofsae P AV BitrpN GJI fliLTO You Mry Be Next l Tie Caffer Newssays lfSaa to relate one of our subscribers was caught in the heavy stoam that caine a Jew nighto ago and b ing dreadfully afraid of the lightning and thunder he crawl ed into a hollow log that was near by The rain continued for some time and the log began to sven Pretty sean our friend was rightly wedged in the lois and vas begining to suffer from the swelling He began to think over his past lifeand his many mhsten Ius doubtings hisII his barber and all of his other tbeJtimei giveness for his secret iJlS1 when he happened to think that t nttort than1 a year and a half This made him feel so little that be immediatfcly crawled out thrua warm hole iin the Tog Not a Political Question SiS j The Tax Amendment to be voted on atthe November Eec tion is endorsed by allitasses tiff Citizens regardless t- affiliationsas P rJ the following ex tracts fromihe Platforms of the three principal poli iticalpfgan izationa cleuny indicate All political parties Jf4vpr Jle form in the Tax Laws and this is one issue on which all will agree Every vote sbouldvOtyes- for the Tax Amendment as no reform is possible without its adoption no matter which parlyt wins DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM uWe favor the adoption bfr the Tax Amendment to the C nstl reguhre favor a wise Revision of onr Tax Laws so as to distribute the burdens of taxation among the Tax Payers of the Stat REPUBLICAN PLATFpRM We favor the adoption by the people ofttlE Const tutional Amendment enlarging the pow er of the General Assembyon the matter of Taxation idathorough revision of the Tax Laws which will equally distrib ute the burdens of Taxation and invite capital PRORESS1VE PLATFORM We denounce the inevuitable unjust and inefficient system pf Taxation in Kentucky and pledge ourselves to enact a lawI equalizing the burden of taxation aid doing away as far as possi ble with double taxation KlBLIC SALEVi 10I I wll at my residence 4 mititi t from Springfield oji the Sjmpg field and BardtowU turnpike on Friday September 10 119J5f ATONE O QLOCK P M Sell to the highest bidder at pub lic aucUoo the following property Seven head of high grade Heifers 2 Milk Cows OnE COWl and calf two y arUn heifersf two 1100lb Steers 2 Sows and Shotes 3 straw ricks 001112 110 old bay 25 tops tiniothy 400 bushels of oats 40 bushels corn i Terms made kownc1aiy ofsale CIEMENTSIf r Privatey my farm of 22 afires about 4 wiles from Springfield Jon the MaokVille pike Good J strong land in grass welj fended and watered has dnlta good 6 j room house and good barn John Haineyll PDBLICMLEQFFIRE PIBI Having decided to quit farming IwiII on Tuesday September MAT 2 OCLOCK PMitSe11nr farm situated in the Pleasant Grove neighborhoodand containing 105 acres This farm has on it a good Sroom dwelling convenient ly arrangedandin firstclass repair also a goodrrtttumt IxKisej large andcommodious stock barn well arranged havi1a large silo Adja cent There is also one large new tobacco barn which vtill house six ountyhavingt of Beech Fork The neighborhood is one of the best being located goodr5i1road i J yeartk i and ssesti possesnJanuaryCampWl Acfioneer k If VI J ld S YANK E4 ifk lS Fruit Exhibits And Exbibiti r V The grower pf a successful fruit crop often 1pit lintereit ig anti profitable to maker iiD fruitsbawslorJ nec essary for exhibition fruit The firsfc sel ction may often be made l lora the fruit is gather d horn the trees the choice ijpjciraenB usually being found op the outsidei of the trees of tea bear the etfdsof the Jong branch d s where they have had1 full ex posure to the s J ndair These Efulm rl oji kgth fdln iroeral number usjngthe utmost care to avoid breaking the stems or bruising the surface In prdparrngfor the show tJ 0 careIfvlJyl ibit on and conform to their re quirements in every particular In case of moat fruits ue speci mens are joqjtnonlv required plate exibitsy and ap ate holding four or six specimens will beI bitbejagelInuSioR to use only those of standard size and construction as sped tied a Jnt whatever form fruit may be shown the decision of the udjf I ftIwingi l a score card frequently used for apples and simular fruits in puttel is as fHaws Fdim ALi 15 ixnnta Size 1 r 15Ipolar it 20 UIHrctrmrt 25 It Coudition4frcd dom bleraishef k 5 Tatal Iarierio 100 FORM rtAid e characteristic otri7dviety if n- ottrueLoica ype a plate- f fruit b AY excellent ill other respectsy vilnstand Jiltld jrtaichance of winning SIZE QJhejsgecimens Chosen should be of generous sIze fart le varieties Qf fruit like Bee lcd pears and the Winesap ap lIe which are nfi mal p of small size will rarely be too large to pea e the eye of the judge ttfotfgh such liiaVge kihds as Wolf rnEtbvergrowD noticel on the exhibition le today A t COLOR This is USUDUy factor of considerable import ceA plate cf any varietyf wbibh hormanly has a surface partlallyAor wholly colored by some shade of red is usually scored high er tb the degree In which this color is heightened Tbis should be accomplished however by artificial polishing as many of the fruit shoWs non7 discriminate against fruit so trsted UNIFORMITY Next to the matter of condition or freedom from blemishes this parhap is the most important conaidiration jin making up an exhibit andL coeforms to the strict iysteina of grading now in commercial use with all of the finest classes of fruit Sofafaspcwslbleavery spec men in a plate or tray stiiiuid be alike in form in de gree and shade of coloring and especially In JJe Cotf DTrioN nan exhibition of theflrst clsi i11ig1vaIbh- tojuryto e I a epucimeU cavMfC b an fas9Cts ordIses1 by1 braion or bruise may at once destro f the growers ctitnces for wW nitig honors with the fruit o affectedt Thiais the mot 4m pqrtant factor iu making a Winning or losing exhibit anci must begard d irbipajal pare CLARENCE Wf Ja Tit WS flOrtieuUariat KyV Agricultural IDxperluwilt Station 1 r Notice To CirtdKari r i r AU persons having CluE againstthe estate of Gftorf R QleJ1tJI are bsre- n1fl9d jIC55flt ISMbS tO tb- adesiidVppsrtyl proy sprJ r t9thtiktriajr rssisso cmii am settlcas 3idJkly MsM QI ti WI OhildreD Cry fu FLirmrt 5BQaI I Dtaiiicrktic Platform The pla form which wa a ap teddeclaiedon favor of the following Section 1 Approves the lNa- tional Adoaibistration and enV ddrses Woodrow WilSOI for re election Sect 2 Commends me preseijt State Administration Sec 8 Approves the Stae Road Law and pledges itsef for a continuance of such Jfigis Mation Sec 4 Advocates the adop tion of an amendment to the con stitHtion Khich willt permit the empIoyBaent of cotiyfcUt biiths public roads L I niI4nd advocates provii on JSr bat ter agricultarftll couV rin the schools Sec ft Opposea krbitr ry changing of cboel bookp aat- l avQrsfffftdialadopiidu ofr naw- extssMbecom8Deeiry V j Sec 7 APPfQypihiftr Ibat urge such aateaaiMt iim Jamay be necessary tOvtljSeo Declares foredaet nfr of antitrast law Sec 9 Advocates jncrtaainf power of Slats Railroad Coi pUalon See I1Oflclsrsal tar a work imany Com lntIlIw- SectIoil1Advocatsst enact eat of corrupt practiceI act sc 12Advocates Jawa fostering cbop rative 4atarpria among farmers Sue 15 Pledges enActment Of antipass law Sdc 14 Advocate adbiitioa of tax amendment tp constitli tloa ofrtaiws1 Ir sfi l PlldgH nctrnentf la J9S ai edv atlobbylila v SeQ t7PJe lea State aid ihi fighting trachom t 1 8e 18 Endorses prfeaent duty unit law Sec ld0edg r bOiirin jcpndict of tUteV affairs lThrL H M Brf tj etl4fiiUit Three little tow Johm Cochran Frank Gregory wiQ Arthur VnWinkle while playing about the plant of the Lou 6yUle- I Cereal MUle Company Floyd and Bloom treete Mbadity whare they had gone with two playmates 8 ions ofthe president 11rfate whn they yentured a bm of iorii weie drwn into tha grainl sndaffocatedr- The three boys had gone to the mills about 10 oclock with Hubert Bwidg ttod LaP Ew- ingaQus of Mr LO Ewing tie present of the Louisville Cereall Mills Co li1PI1wh liTa at 1925 South Tblrd street They were playing about tha plantt wtchlng the meft at woik T4e grain bin m which the- bois perlbell is itvuateci ina fonrswry cOrragafcd buiia nf t3 1 11LII I jIr I 1 t 7flATaote lf 11 feV 1agazdajptk SW isi- Iir light IImkyfrutt1t l 0 SitS d11catebotblicuft 7 I I Royal make the i Jult 14 15 boii I aDcI 1bJIcokaaf jr 0 I hh1i I JocS + p 4- It the f f frtf Wll dstcskern J bI geittble and mrtritiowt itrii4I Iuetime mtaHn tIae w- I or I atttacttye and ajt i 4iI r I all the TWUT round of t II ock 1s f i 5cwt The bpjrij hid mafe tbi5- the vfor k top of the but diryti I climbd dou a W Uri te tb cOrsi bfubl ti1t i4s4WSL ea 1oenj i4 WM1hiThbhi s bost iMa JIt- I t Iia diameter tnd bMIIoIrlft de p Cochran V0rffprf atd Van WinkJ rr Irtt down 4II1ileJthtwp Ew4JxslIIa af1JficWhile ihsfaswsie in liw corn never iretke ot the IMit thLQicTIt r 1 r mont OI workmen of iplanr notknOwimf ite lMflweM in the bia ett abot tbi riim ryauUHo b4 iifi t ff Drawing prl of iew een iieio another bii l w4ch aoiitbetiagedy STAYFr J15OS A gast3d a lo Ps1i44Jimi sow will weigh sbi 100 H Ifeward fdra1yiaforaaUoU bs tug to herrecoytry i munotok NoncEPIitls ti k f borXOWetIAC4lIa Ott17 d datda Ltirm Wi64 pIsrturn oc49os iei ren f4 to sEm r r V6t ira jJoii Iil boys aW girls M aIKI BiIIi- kyoaly ttt ft lJCba o For AS11sXt a 1914 tmM JIIeie tw yr Vt MsaaIa Stajii- sidKY l rlltl 11 f fl Forc1 T1aka i RUt 1111 I i ii For our new fallooiaforI thnt oi 3OdayswvilIdoeeoUt i 5 ladias illdi- 1 lt f r 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and tkrUJAVSb Ol5 nwly piisihi r pair ata hall and batu Stoetric UK ii t Li laaxBtH feet Iput wttfc aiUg enb etc ooal lOsS mesa Uocne rf s Aa iAaal tetMae io tfc rts esos srt of t1my T J MtLl lst r ItAEiItiJiflill P E DKV11 1 n r4rkvrT UaA- ePJYiit NJ J iili t JfT gllrz- 1a ootj t J r tteio 1fMfJ sita4 rt ColJeckM Ofio I r whir eIaIIlJj be h metirKr B B 1f T d C MIb beAad t cIIIirWh sh1n T gssios hu wade hw report to tre nin rtiry The UT ii rna JHi l bfMfM tltltli apr JI PMaideat Barker of Uw t c vey ashy bea maiM to each Mdiatrpttil na4QfIt to r eirtier letter warning i a1ol b M and Ihtfif lMittform of baziag- Wliefc coettt s in Seoion airilia r tlht 16Ito tJ kaktetbNiaH a cUt bto bs Ittb tbe MM beaat d oat dlK1 11 tirle at onoie advwisc tbat berHadgjior baob i rohibitedi t I oit I ralrimsarntofaatir- etc fimR lN tc tI Sfir C 1 Oreria Ytiz ii 1liws be barnistia tJiIrur i ems t l esd tH oorJrPJ RestjWUIJ toipais J YfUejMftay bi will bay charge t fcTWjeooo Show at th u Pir aefl wMlr lia 1JfIT pkMiM sn jf AHilMMlfte9inieii were here iMiemks lli Jiei Cartieo left Tadaerr o Atlaatar ta- err I bGertmde ttwder e tet at 90Q 4ut week tht li lr 11 jttM arms iron b1rsarvjLJSitth and tha gemleaaans prii by JObaPoUa 1aV s h1A Folia was In J aIrea sIll dosWay tSte1k P1 ham ab- y Y 1C glirbat retnreoolhoa- tittjleittoa Ielauyee in llirdsx- 1NMY jJitU Wile Thachiv bas- ilriesod r tohis noire iliaaOt lE xero y atMt r3N4 to a i yRi WIill Wetaa Ir t i awed IT a Low- 5 I Wttiof 1 t h rtixotxir wl e rid t I i f oerral tas with i t ila J lf T I pi fardMty sped jw n irvilla t 5 MABtrh NubolsofDi- invtileiebiitri with fair lV Moll Mrs RL r t A t PS Rc 15 Ecstcr was in1 s i1Jat week J1DNiZdlrlbrkr ii returned 1s I Iitikr peodiD tbi past 7 r J+ tlM aramoth uaveDRY FALL OUTING REGULAR MORNING THAW SEPTEMBER 21st FROM SPRINGFIELD AND WAY STATIONS i lJ 11dtrlp R iJlrodFareS 75 Board at hotel including tbe ioujes fitine Cavet lot 56p Afcalltrpense two 3ava onting for 925 IfiyWrite orphonerL AN Afcentfor particulars ttreetc IIi Louisville and tadianap i JIMIM Lillian Neil has return echo herhoeld in Mississippv attar spending the summer with lYr and 1IrE B flardesty MIM Hazel Harbiso of Wash ington ia visiting Mr and Mrs R L Arnbl4 Mr B I Arnold is in Loom on bnsiBiaiifllvllle j Mft Albert Campbell leftltHt hbaftwill Thank Di fahre t1oe IJlr O eo StfnTe 6f Bardi towar waa btce on tiusineis Tatiday W IJRc SJiifilbl Bards iowf a peQt Tuesday liars ri lJ W AQl iiitslitalhlfih- ome near towx l ptJIJed7her zLowisville1 improningyii MUn Mary Tope who has been Mil Kathleen Thirst refcraed toJier home jn liodisYi lIevWwi i dapaafter a visitto rJmtiv a jbieij 1 j ofRichmondTong of LoufsV4Hi areVwiiinif hire vt IiI KfSjJeonie TalbpUrTias re riEttd ho5ievaftlr a VJstt to ref= fives ia Jpebanon 1lb lli I leUdh bh t retICipiMi Lily Csimpbell and Pearl Waggoner attended the BarditdWQ JPairwonei day Jut k Mies Rubj Scott ha returtied to TMHKieilier duties1is teacher rrDruddand Mr Jon Simms were in Louisville this week inTo1a itham S h Kf t p raindfordablenue r tilwejtriy htSonday 1 IItm that everybody had a fever for sUing them farm ardmnd here a veral having sold mad vhe reet are trying to sell 1ivitn Carey Ixmght the hotel propeliti from Me McCtiord for OOO rttof hu farmtoJpkp Call for 96200 BlBQ r Keeling nold bin farm to ffciitly Coulter a wddvanFoster Iott2S00The tale of Mr TomI j plandt j andtPollie Griffey bought tho farm for B05C per acre Mr Bugble Keeling and Miss Pearl Snider surprised vheFr many friendahygoi g toBaads tOwn and getting married last Thursday May joy beHhevs- Mra Mark JJedman had the misfortune to gdfcvhis arm sawed in the sawmill laat Mondayt It- iia hoped that his arm will heal Without helng amputated bat four Inches of tbebig bone had to be taken buVat once which will reducohis s i aigreat extent MrM S Royalty and wife and Ass jRovalfcV and wife visit ed at the home of Levi batter Saturday Mr QlarenceAslffbyaud fami ly of Greens Ohapel have been yiiiting relatives around here for the past twpweekb AMif EverettDeapian andfam iliraTeTisitiBK relatives at Sal visa Mrs Bettie Jenkins Is the guest of her sisterMrs Amanda Royalty VV Mrs Mary Rice and four children of TaylprsviUe have beep visiting relatives at this place the past weak t Meadamp George Shirley and SRitYepent last Thurs rt- r tIMis Antis Thompson a COminilliMraSale vv Peoples Depoatt 1ianki YPill 4ys V1 vEqu5ty Tai 1 Derringer and Myrtle Carrot garD1pBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit 15t11ni MONDAYS SElTEDiB 27191b ingioantycourtat public aqction the following de scribed property towit Two tracts of land situated near town limits of Springfield Ky Wmisbprgpikei containing 14 acres Joads and 3u squarepoles noW occupied by Turner Demnger as a horns twtractsa o Whole and sold in manner producing most money Tract No1 containing 6 acres 3 and 30 square poles with h Tract No 2adjoiiling tract No and containing 8 acres and 3 roods firstt class new frame house barn and out buildings desirableHomesf hnprovernentsraDd Terms Tractljol on ai credit of 6 and 12 months Tract No2 on a credit of li 2 and 3 yara No1 and Ko 2 togethef on a credit of one two ahd three years This property is sold t satisfy debts as follows YFriorauunal interest to Aug 23 1915 8129987First Springfieldlienlien of Peoples Deposit Bank an Annual interest to Aug 23 1015 f318103 Glelan Purdom lien oh trretNo2 in tt epositBatlk anual22770 Estimated coat 100 For the purchase price the purchase r or pnrchrsera With approved securityr ngIegr aid and having the force and effect Judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY 1C1Wp 0 CASTORIAJtrlmfaniiani ChlUrii Tin m YN Hiri AlwaysM i Bears tiei- d1gaatur of 7i t r IffiffiUIS44EJ L STICK CROPS AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS In order to di olverrtnershipl we will sell atftmblic auction to the his1r est and best bidder on i f Ilat pre 3 miles frcHniprinKfjeld cin the Jgiain Run turnpike on tJ f L f tuesday Sept 21t 1915 at1t1ff a m jip1 of oec- Live Stock farming 1I1 plle 1tsGaiet etcitfasefibed as follows r tfeAr iwrttjirtliil S and t1Yrsold t yearling heifer About 40 bushels l rye it rhose 4Jnol4Ibe1f r 2yearsold- oeNltouac rJpeerm ni3er tr rs o d with rFr2 good milk cows Xr i peering mqertinarake 5 fie opk 1 2r cows with ralves bsde Disc liarrtijv t a fie Inoldwrtorse 3 lffat cows ironrT er 4Sr lottdttof 29 g4od stock wes anJ litbuck Riding cultivatort v hIh1IIiate Lrtarsoid 3 ood brood sows 3 turning plowsi 4 oatsrrrbrolte isinglt shovel lows r Mond t r z stacks timothy hay r 3 doublestover pc1tvs i 3twpdd 2 ltCsOts 1 fWagon afid harness j 4 = f i r i itrawriclk r Gzsoline en in J hp t 3 j boo bosbels corns No io ctittin box 1 Tbe t fMia t undtVqboleQ is in cQnditio n J lIi Kwn D efWe JT DtfNCR OH GROUNDS tiTW SIMMS Aeliowr elF D Ii J C MUDDJ HAD HW SIZED UP RIGHT Cleveland M Wra Success Shows Thom Is M rto Poker Than the Hold Ing of Hands ftt There Iis a mlddloaged attorney f Cleveland says the Plain Dealer of that city who Is an eloquent speaker a good storyteller a fine lawyer and well an awfully good poker player This attorney got Into a little game with a few friends In New York the etherr day says our linformant With Urn was a Gothamite who said very llttlt but jlayed his hands for all thty were worth Finally 0the Cleve land attorney opened a pot for theI dollars and the New York man raised it to fid The others dropped out andd watched to see if the judFwe will call Urn Judge would stay The judge looked atthe chandelle aBd eVer tell you the story about Tom Keller over In our town Lots hear what your are going Jo o about this pot before you start a story said the New Yorker nerr ouslyv i Tout was a lawyer and a Joker He was the quickest man ith an an wer Lever met HeNever mind Whit are yqu golnff tp d9 about my ralsett T5ont interrupt me Tom arid the lawyer finished his story It was fanny but we havent time to repeat tIt here Everybody laughed except the New York man He repeated 7ell what are you going to Jp bqul tar raise Pardon me l l eltand draY three cards The Manhattan man stood pat and Vet 825 That Cleveland man called him andshowed a pair ot Jacks The Herr Yorker habusted hush and said It wasn good poker But how could you call me on a pair onacksr he grumbled Easy Your first bet puzzled me I coo414mgood story and you didnt lapgb That showed that you werent sitting com tfortably behind that hand even II you backed It wits a raise U you had laughed at my story Id have passed But you looked so solemt t and yarned that I backed my jacks eer What a game It IsJ Radium and Cancer It Is noted by the New York M edt cal Record that tho facts brought oui iiy painstaking and tong continued In vestigatlon In several largo soriea off enses ln thq Samaritan hospital at Heidelberg the Vienna Kadlum Insti trite the Radium lnstltutoat London iosA other places are that radium not to bo relied upon as a curative agent in the treatment offtrue cancer It iia the matured opinion of those who have learned by experience that meal culable Jjiaruhas been done by the widespread dissemination of gross exaggerations aslo the value of radium 2to the tAntmeht of cancer and that It will devolve upon the medical profession to correct theso false Impreselona Jh addition toy thls emphasis should for the present at I be placed on v ont thaDSIjlist cancer with GLEANINGS FEED lOl Oats Are Much Beh for jiorse o Account of Flesh Wmlhg Elo ments study Economy Clover is a very valoixblQl feeding crop betaTise It contains so much of the element of protein itch leth element in feeding crops which coats the most propoIr tion flesh forming elementsran corn the greater Proportion ot tat forming elements and this Is whj oats are much better food for the horse Big problem whether to run In debt for teed or not Aa a rule the nearer a man can keep out of debt the better Put it never wilt tiay to let the econonfzd s somewhere else so that buying feed will not really pinch you Try itStudy economy but dont let it b where economy is extravagance One of out neighbors thought it hard luck when one of his best cows died Ji the spring of the year jjust after her calf was bona but it hard luck at all it was Just careless ness In watering and feeding Fee glvte ken Keep the stock in out of the raw wind these days It cuts so it will cut the best feed you can give you cattle right in twoin the middle Vdu cant afford that Costa too much The better dajoufeed tho more careful you abqutd eat the manure Where is more profit In growing ah animal than hi fattening one already 7 grown Profitable feeding consists in giving an animal all that it will eat and digest properly If stock is to be kept growing it Is necessary that they be fed well but avoid waste To do this give them ofti thy wilt pat up clean hut no more Good feeding has much to do wltb early maturity hub the foundatio- nfont lie in the breed Start right and all the rest is ejsy including the lotion ofthe question of prpnt t Feed regularly Stock soon become4 accustomed to feeding ut a rcgula time and If they faIlto receive theirr rood at that time they become teatr less and uneasy Work ot Famous Surgeon The French military authorities have decided to ecjad to the Russian hospital at Bordeaux all tie wounded suffering from pseudarthrolslg or loss of bone In that honpltal they will bo treatedjby the method of Doctor Voron oz who has discovered procedure b y whiqb the bones Of other men or mon keys can be traitsferred to the pa heats The first operation that of transplanting a monkey bone to arm of a Wounded French soldier been earned out with tampletei sue cess r Public Saler V UFO tStored Lotst giSatuad Y SeBt lj 15 At oclock pni- One Koodt 3tpre House in good repair 1a dtq good Bu7ldinghots This is somes of 4 the mosGd4esirable property i Willsbur andwillbe offered separately then as a Whole rTerJIJ8 made known on day of sale DRW W HYATT n = 4 11NNOUI NCkEM t llk rjI J z 1 c it 15 r fl i r To Bo fii1 iiII i r tbseh ate ready to fit you u Bah eYa t i ttJ J wReadjptQFa1J Styles and Patter ns ibAnthefoIJdwriiii gg makesrioif Merchandise whicbarefhe highest class makes ta1+z II ys E = YOUN I tADIES e SlioefWestcottQd I Gordons Hosiery Anjierican Lidy t Corsets Roost Sppcrs i = Iir jYOUNG M ENO r vo LlI j ors aim and Mt1 S i 2tNational1 Hats i t at i LibertyCapsin ILJJ eY WilsonBros jfcrseyt od SweatersRobes1 R W Bath v i Carter Homes Neckwear Chas Meis Pullman SIiJu4 I t t k I We cordially invite you to come in and inspect our line before TOO 1pt GUNNINGHMDUNGN CQi It rA i a = c jL 1 i I Gfa1l d q OOlTGxe l7e JH u M W r ome arif 1pay f k same at nxr J I PeOJtJ tYAdted Sept ITiberlst I Y is I teC WHARTON Tre s III f JiAJLt iIt I Buchanans Habile Uire DuchfIanan who in later life became Proel dent of the United States Was elected a member of the house of representa IlegislatureeBuchananB public career At the time he was afHllated with the Federalist withEna1andt1of an American citizen when the war v became a fact and was himself ona of dthe first volunteers to march to tho de fenso of Baltimore Mr Buchanan theendurination to abandon political life and 1devote himself exclusively to theprac j tice of law A rajy years later how Iever ho Was inducad to accept oleo dOD to congress and sOon became a figure of nations prominence tews9 AGHESAIiPAHiS l HaveI AH Gone Sihcfe Taking J y- 1adla E Pinldbams Vegetable Compound TerroHill PnH Kindly permit ms to give youmy testimonial in favor ot LSilaI Plnkhams Vegetable Qa pociO Whonl tst begn takingj u I frpmferalo A a e time and had almost all kinds Of aches pains inlow or pant of back and v pteuIngcould pot sleep anti had no appetite Since I haw taken lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable pound rh Cumtaches andjpainsgjtf all t phasI AUGUSTUS LYPH icrfafQ i Pa It Is true that nature and a woman a work has produced tho grandest remedy for womans ilia that the world has lover known From tho roots and herbs of the Held Lydia E Pinkham tawomankindIahas proved jriorg eflioacioua than anYoIl other combination of drugs over corn Pinkliamao f from coast to coast a3 tho standard remedy for womans ills In the Pinkham Laboratory at tI Mass are files containing hu r dadf thousands of letters frofe womehlu 1inghealth many of them opqaruats ever their own sifDCSa bdv i r fEand fciscti tV i frcm r S OQ mt L TrjJ t1JJL CNEw FtItW o i I t IA J ShultzQGt J 13 jjiZt t t tiiio A R ShuItz has satisfied the people1 off Waskiiftonandi k I Itcounties for 30 years W r NOT YOU We irili berlad to with you on large or small contracts in the Heating Efwr J sr t efl linnmglme Agents for Buckeye rumpi r t ti Ir t J x liIVEUSAE ZvMVi 0t i l XJ tOCi0 00C w0JC X000 iO l ifHa BOOT iFinPIN BOOT1 Avboptsa fetlllong and three feel h tide incortCtprQpotion geIItllne ls4OIl Brands iI fro ot a Ancl os rupnife Qp stains a srf of pigoonltolahd erg oruaila1s eta nlld iefl furnished tht lialfhorsfpowcj dectrio laolor operatiug a latching unicnuie Standing in his ooot fine workman goes od with his task to the aihusenwit of the crowds that ass nlpug ai2 the novel advertise went iis said to ben tradjebriitgcr A DOWNCAST STATE fho German aviator a the TJtiB siaitscapturodwhile inking a Ilong distance record inust have felt cheap at sm1zatereiiputun o thio c cofglobr rQqutdo i Sacrlf0efor A As Bake Tf ousay i ou Have vot d our ife- to art itinl the mAttwhqtrie ttobe polite evbir when surpri d oar fopIIedMR Ournrox T WvedVdtqd rmyself toanwffoh to bicoaitf rich nougn to own a sallery of genuine old taws e iCw v inn Snit t titiYowBuyS r rarer Come here and Me and knowt what yew ate i to Jct for your money Cora Brad assn the Ames Bred mOld Kentucky where k thii erw YOIl don have to take ties loffer WIowi tbauaad Thus wny You hav WPre CrrIMS and size u the persol1dy1 aAas j Ames trtjs tCabckyt- horoughbred ofall bu iis Fyt rr YowI I Want S Come and ae Los yysJ- up ho to ride the ie Erna the and last thekafeet ofSny 5tA C KIMBALL I 4 R a C l BRfJWNjj fIiMtnn Grt risks a specialtyI iI I poLIoT1 YOiIK PrnONAGEc WflNGTiLDJCY IJ i fI t J j Me J ci I irgunfL- L f to a IlL wra l lp in- or4J1y4otTs Drng Store J TRU- SlYIJfNT181 W s r g moverBay4oik Barber ti erkatreaoub1e pric- eMpIktr1ltesd a v 8IJHAMILTON lf Iy pfl4f1 E1tt 1C7OtsO4X1OO1 1tg DJ DII W HY TTMItfye Ottc or Sprilaffild l State JB iftj cc4 bowrtt 1030 a ML to164 kJ5 PID ji 11Iii W FfO R 0 0Yh1VOANEYAT LAW iIr N9JttV ICY h TO WOMEN ftiIt stmIel OIIfft J ia CalI trlJJis Mt S 4Rc A aoiybfc Aatfintir Pier to- W jfcinti life watarataceded blr IMat atIepUc fozdouche la hiatlig fttarrh inflajnmatlon or T MnUosigt HiPiroatand that tnJSl lly jssrtplne UtelCaasno equal 7w b ysrathe tJla EgOMdic Cksrecoxnthended Paxtln M tJirly tf correspondence with wss Wkfck proves iits superiority- Womn wko have been cured say Jl M its weight In sold Jtgut JOe large box or by malE ZsPatoij Toilet Boston Mass sow K d Sr4Tberry I Plants j iJ fff i of f v FIUI1AND SHADE TREES de and t ur firaUttfferjng there markab1e l fifitiothPearFPotatobf bFLb E4 iffleiiniejer I Sons 184l Lexington y 1915 rRHEUMATICL t 9UTFERER ior WQWoKIWWFPain as iii b1 magic when 7EropsthefaznoUsOld remedy lot Rheuma a tism Lumbago Gout Sciatica Kenralgia arid kindred troubles It goes right to thetspot stops the aches and pains ari4 mikesdlife worth living i a bottle of Drptoday A ach bottle gfrea full directions for use DonUt delay Demand 5Dtops Dont 0 ICeptanything else in placeott tAB1Ma M Msppif yv It yqulive too fat t a 4a tore tend One Dollar JUktwaado Cure o Newark owiitc a WI Pf 5DiopsW 1t be it f L it rHrG A3O E ECE1qq t tCfraracfacfstlc Story of Make pp of EntIIh MlIItatthMrz Blanc MWEast Everythlna Krii gr Petfilqk lawrcncc the noted ingUsli auffra ette eafd toother day ttfiKew Ybrlc fcportcr You Idea or militants that wifare vIxens Urtaw manhalera jliit1as a matter pt fact wdkrhave Iu euirakssomr of JhQ tost plegarit ait fascinating wpmcnln London s riety Jt No the milljfnti Is not like Mrs t DIane wliOEaiiJto her dauglitoroliG iMJt S a I am c rtatnly easy on ahpea S lJQk t1ilspatrjC elastip sides lte worn thea tJij y rsanathete lstill as good as new1m acr jpq letll a1tooi Oher 8 my tw ed Just i ifr 3lti6 the flay T bought it qyen YH rfti And hty gloves Btpck jngs1u fact 1ju easy on every tlag ft Jit father ehr saJc MItei without looking ftPlJrtJm- ier k Luuis GlQbsDuus- t c ys4WisTik1I1 NoCqarweJ rl LiCrgory who s tbfS u Iwte otplur ot TbJJtt 1itr tk ftt Is wb11r- tt Yett kttoaIMhetookatpk tla OMY IW aapo for Ga ItII petti Hr Ortaw1J Ike first IoIorapier io TCCSIYL L tjtt1MLr ratlfr pilted sa artd abojt qrJf irtHif the lor to Pricrr1T1l rnovtet iBarrJairec CrpTor5 anted h dhlm to kJs the brJd but tie rravor refttw gay eg tthat bi rjfe rni to the moving TOWN r iI OOOOihnWm K iLocal Happenings oMntercs I Tke Freshest and Latest I AllAbsiitYourself friends anil Acquaintance JGMf For aTlower rate of insurance that jis absolutely secure tele pbph4 or write R Oi BrWnf 0 L BradyV 6prlngReld r r 3 has for sale one long yearling roan Shorthorn bull tFOR SA1E12 Jobreediu hogs Wf G Grq11dyi f haolt grgates t r 4nhai K Marks Hops Call and esarnle + Fo iSalewA No iJQlledAti V usBuif n vv W G GrundV iO l flrady Springfield R Jt b sl salelot oft Potato boipnsttnd Sets We Qpwhavepurnewaud com- rnetelie of fall millinery Watben Blandford Thvi11 be school all clay btidy and children will bring bopKitbey used jfastyear C L Grnndy Springfield irhasoJ sate Bevelal Jersey COWS anS 2 SpntftdOwn Budk msf F C Wkenin need or v w fkor eMskoes get otir prices for buying ehewbere EiHi CathpbeUBfro QqfgeLear 5pringeldl r r 5 s fBJ tt ale VeralloWJ type1 lanc1Cbina ars C1tii g qos r FOEiTwo rofmysuiia e tW11kht oiisek eeping JJ MBoswErJL jPOjSaiQ8 ett1iK jcitte- oTones j f 4V b Lcl3rady- STRAEDFrornrny t place Au- str23du black PolahdOhina will weigh about 300 his aWar for any information lea- djtoher rec vey P DERRiNGER NOTICE Parties who have fb6rrpwe copieo f my Stod ads Bectures will plpasd re turn pr phune me in regard to sdme JpSEEElPjLiN Mothers Don fail to sea our- ays ahd girls v uster Brown and Billikea school shoes5 before ou buy CUnninghab Duncan Co t A Box Sapper will be given Maple Mill SchoolO1lJKnob ic1 pike Friday night St 1- 0lbentltof the school ii Minia Mann Ieacjier rM FJ Sft1eLtmefor fffertiiYzing ort6ri at tie Kiln any tim fter S p ember 15 j Henry L xwrence c Menand Boys work and res3ihoes at a saVing of 20- eicent on the dollar E H Canpbell4 Bro Tbo alabte cichiUofyDurfreUi held In fife aIr tilb coestruetlon Not parUele of the CM allowed epeuplbe dnColcFloldtIllasiStoveiuaijotntrpIowIng the gas to que 1fopics 1 1 f J iT g 2 Model Sanitary Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs L 220LStallar Getia saving from SOcts to JSO on the pair EH Cam bell Pro Born to the wife pf Mr Mike Stmmsa son l The Unibii services of the Fresbjjteriaa Methodist and Obdsti nchUrcheswill beattfcifi Methodist church xiext sun- day night Rev W AjWolf wiU preach ibe sermon els11boiAnythingheretdfore offered Miss Effie Foster Mrs Lizzie Tobin at the Springfield Hotel is prepared to do plavn and sewing Your patronage will be apprediateiir j Bor Sal ifisgistered Dur p o Boar and GUts atrrfaVinerst price ppare are ready for service and areoftbe very best Breeding Also fip3d7Jersey Milk Cow 3Y Ti Tap p The laflieapf PreSbyterian cl u ch wriI Jave aThankhKivtng sale Wednesday Nv 2fof dressed 6hicketj cakes also fkncy atJelesnfaflhijnas Your patronage will be appredatecf Monday was there uiar term rthe ispringfield iPpTce Court Tire was a fairly large docket and several default judgments Were taken rbe IQuxtl quarterly meeting for the Sp mgt eld Methodist church will be beid hereSeptem bet 1819 Rev A R Kasey jDh the Presiding Elder whl be present to preach and hold quarterly icon ference vtriidecided to qui- thand1iiihoesafterJkn 1st will sH our entire stockof new fall and winter shoes at a greatsacrificet EH Campbell Bro For Sale We desire to sell privately a beautiful building Iol1CovngtonIi dersigiied iAlice ahd W9 Mud d f Quite a large crowd of peop e Tues1dness an exhloitlon of strength and skill by an anthelo who bent bars of iron in Ills mouth permitted automobiles to run Save 2500 this Winter from your former coal bills by heating your home with the yesThisl into heat only by a Coles Original IJot Blast toveby Colei PatesUd t ecpe J baaas We guarantee every Colet Original Hot Slat toiv4the fuel over any bottom dtaltitove Bileburnerwithtp remain air tight as long as used Burn any fuel HardiCoal Soft Coal or Wood AoiJithtationsLoorColes otl feed door 1r r j SOLD xjy Ir M timi MAV s SPRINGFIELD KY r oeJi Z DRY FALL OUTING REGULAR MORNINGTRAIN SEPTEMBER21st FROM SPRINGEIELD AND WAY STATIONS Round trip Railroad tiare S375 Board at hotel including the routes in the Cave for 550 An allexpense two davs outing fof 925j idsT Write or phonal N Agnntfor p rticulaw 1 over hm and various other stunts Although this man per ormed these stunts vethe is a helpless cripple having been hor robly mutilated in an explosion in Pennsylvania Mine several years ago i That there isDt slump in the price oj land in tills section of the country was demonstrated at the sale of James Hamiton colored at Predericktown last Thurspav heldby Matsbal Duncan Executor unimproved farm Hud in the Cartwright Creek bottom sold for StOlper acre andB lot in FrederjcUtown on which there sah old house sold for 477 This land was ijjl purcbasegiby people living in the neighborhood who knew the land The sale of WJ Bucktnan at the Henry Edelen place yester day WaR well attended and things sold well jID he sale of the John Grigsby Ih7 etlarmet wili also la sold The larD is pneof the most valuable in the county and should sell at a good lli price Thpre is also everything else in persopal property that one could ask It promises toII betbe biggest sale af the season Ike Mclntire colored was ar raigned for examination before Judge Noe last Mondi110rext aminatioir concerning a charge j rlY1hOOfSi wire door screen and affected q on 1 entrance into the grocery atone of Mr S B Thompson Qe was seen going in the direction ot the backdoor and was later found hid in the store The boy was only twelve years ot agelj and because o hi tender age was permitted to goon his own 61erred1tlonascapable of criminal ntenf State FairrSeason Ticketi State Fairseason tickets are on sale at Ha don Robertsons Leach man Campbells Leo Haydqns and Russia Jewetry Store They will be on sale un til Thursday night at 200 for 6 admission tickets They are transferable and can bo used all on one day or one each day or can betornoPtof bbotr and given 1youSBase Ball I 8 We have had several Interesting base ball games recently On last Thursday ourboya went to Lebanon ajd carried off the victory to the tune of i to 3 On Monday oneofthe best game of the season was playedt when bur boys crossed bats with the fast tenth from Bloomfield At the close of the ninth inning tne scere stood StD 3 anttbe game i was continue until Ifie twelfth inning when SprIngfield suc ceeded In getting q cbje Tatham Springs Sold The Tatbam Sprirg Hotel I aad Sulphur spring Jccated at lvathaui Spingsliachaugcd hands having beenr purchased this week by Mr Evan Carey i Mr Cat tins something for which he may well bo proud as bb is now the ctfvner of a springi he mediinalpropGrtiesofwhcsE- Wa er stands second to none in the coud4i and many remarka ble curesIitare OB recordi AUhotig nhid has always beet a popular yet with the adveotof eXpectedjjini the ftitureitlian iin the past Tobacco Show At State Fair tthave had quite number of calls over the phone relative to tjhacco exhibit at State Fair and in answer toHhem will say its not too late1 to make extry of new tobacco all that is needed Iis i112 hands of the grades you want to eater either traau Jugs red or bright leaf tie the 12 hand togeihfr pack them n c iylin a box and express it not later than Saturday noonto the State FAIT Louisville Kyi Tobacco D spot prepay the exp essa ej and if you have no entry blank jctput y1ur name o a card put it in the box and I will Ian er them foryou It is hoped thaa 1behQf our farmers wfli send samples teesiSnpV Tobacco Department State Fair Ally Joseph Kidwell will sell his farni llye stocic and farming impjerqents at his residence near Ererd ricktown Saturday Sept 1 l4p 1 Fo DdD 4L 1Epbraini aHfiedyesUrday morning near Mr IJJq1 S Lays just over the line in Mercer county near Cornish yule Mr Cunningham had been missing for sgveralr daySj and friends lad instituted a search for him Between Card well find Cornish ville is sipath wajr tbrpngb the fields being a ciearer way than by the road and the unfortunate man had evidentlyl taken this route when found tbe remains had been badly majtilaled by hogs Con ningham lived in io nisttville over In the edge 6f Mercer tfd 11s survived by his wjfe and three children Prior tplher marriage she was a Miss Sweeney Curi DlD ham was between 50 and 60 years of age and a man who knewIr111m She1aver Marriage H eJre issued ryeslerdav to Mr In toy Cleaver and Miss aura Sheban 1Ie wedding V lglmn1zedl in Louisville Jd Wy Rev Wo1f former pastor Jflhe Methodist church here The groom lis a sonof Mr and Mrs P 0 Clek er of this place and is a popu lar young inanjweJl likeLby py fflPfy whilA hfs bride who isi aUaugf tor of M r and ldis- WllltrilEShehanis a pppular andaftlractive voting lady pos sessing many charms For Sale My house anc lot on Groundy Ave Hfpusfi newly vpa nted and in good repair and Contains 6 rooms a hall and bath llghSIand has good garden sput new bath with 4 stalls crib etc garage coal house meat house ws An ideal home in the resi canoe part of the city ToJ MILLER j rw r k 04 iTI JT S jU I A BIGLINE- I J t L r i OFrl I Ladies and MissesSufts- I 1Ili I IN THE ltlr I I Latest Fall Fashions Ii IINow oh sale at our stpre We conclially invite you J to call and fsee them whether you wish to buy or not The line IIs unusually attractive this season tnd weare rnaklna r rE I BllyerI s I r f I SEPARATE SKIRTS AND r COATS t t lessl money than can be bought dtewli re I1Qr jI New Fall Dress Ginghams and OutinggGlotiJ1 IISole agent for the Gossard and Bpnton CorL 2 trouble to show gols here Prices always Iow 1Ithan other storairlxiause this is a ASH STORE 3r The ROBEfifSON GLAYBBOOI ttff- m th iI j i INC0PORATEID l J i4 0 ommissqflfl5 Sale IIV8J E Derringer et al btBy vjrture 6 t judgmept and or3erso sat ortbe Washington Circuit Coutt rendered at jbhe May Term 1 15 iatk above styled cause Ishall proce lto offet f r s la at the Court H6us door tr pringfield Ky on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27 lit6 t I at2 oclock p m or thefeab6oVbr Cj county court day to the highest bld4a at pubjic auction upon a crdItof 6 Md 12 monthB the following described property wit j A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky on waters of Little Beech ForK near Springfield and Uloomfield pike about 2 12 miles mal Moiresville r Debts w ihewkezfirstlien 8360 and interest from Jan 1914 to Sept 21915 39858- J A Coulter first Jhn183 aridJinterest rom Jan 16151 to v Sept 27 1915 18114- H ISl83119H to5 Sept 27 19J5 202 1 j I Costs 8timated 700 I T taJI f86t33 For thd purchase price Ute pUrckwer pjr purcuasers with approved or sureties must execute bnd eCUrim legal interest from date ots1 pad and having the force andeffect ofA Judgment Bidders will bprepar tp comply promptly with these terms C F Bo3LEVr M Co W CO a1EYdunr f PUBLIC K SALE S rl We will at the prenilses known as the W H Keqnedy favrfl 1 12 miles west ol Vanarsdqll Statldn PII 1 S tUFday eptrt 7t3 y 11 AT 130QCLO tVn PM 5ir J2 aj SELL r 1 r J lT11Fee Tracts 61 Land lract N6y Cpntains 90f Acres unimprovedr all in griss Tract Jfo2 Con aihs P5J acresf veil improved andal Ill grass I TtactNp 8 92JaQi with tenanli hoaae itereis1 n t biallce under cuulyatlPn TERMS AJ1ti uJc d Btt sale Seedinfz jriyiges granted anti buildlrg or cn rimpr9Vem p grsnied Prospective bidders wilt be meL at Vanarsd4SttiOh bY i theund6rsikn6d Also at same time and ace will salli a lot of 1T Ii t LWeStdckt and Far ir l I iY r Ii iii 1 iing I nip I ertJenfsi i ftCl l S irKcnneily fe ttlKyr i D Sl ninghain SItttbKy JOHN 1I VANARSDALL Aucttoneer AGENTS l f flbtSSj 7t i 4 r I + STOPAf T E I TrGALT t1 vSE Wbeii in Louisville tr EpagPi f ir- r I GOOD 7 ROOMS FOR 11i9f F DTj1 t7 I Fis iii Riwith Ezcssi3w4m Low Prics rAtolu Mit T iI tW kkfa awl Fctric BMlrf tlF i FX RESERVATIONS LW1tln 4 l r Te lHa t vT1 Irz4MMIsrirdJ Boaintw fickwskj ofilMA as A auuiJtjrisiirid Peof4e wbd Uyt ta svpsapuuiIe i 8iFMti cJMndNit temA an wil p5 i o NtbiFCowaasck of PfWet Jack of pra viqvl s ir JlJLctf lat ap As Me Mt 4qbli nd O- Eckstein White eIiI rf n JD sv I thtpain- ter Jtk asy qQir jM wWL roahave1J HayRot tii tLri 7RT1II fL IKenfttcliy State 1Fair 1SVtW pteinber13thto8th It1Sf Irelggst sdi Hor ShoW JR tI 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wbfch is la reality oa oC the m st spectacular seaJMtional eftrlfylBf aid tremendously thrlUhit ever witnessed and Which no other flier1 Is duplicating of attqtptf11C Every flay Xnta JAW and her nerve tingling turn will beTbe supreme ittraction at tae KeatHCky State Fur and on two aftenoo aeof JIe week George Mayland will make his dsatb- 4efylng IIln SS N JJ4NNER T O- ACC5r r YEAR etI x M N w sl Ldrr 3Q1DARK CROP seJ09tIUackDe19MfLon fclfreilch atm 100e 500 7- 50itaUazIeafoIt i09 tfBest four EamptesSeach Ample feprt scntnfr awferwit tYPe 603 w H Jr i istat FtrMaw opog1asnkiotau Ji l11 thlrtHnUlI1ajTit Lulsvlll gept 1348 are bdagprer 5pr fII Jfe at Clark and Harry JaIlIt1OOt tk llvest advertlslnif experts 1ILowterttfe e books Il3t every pec1al l feature Jioraihowevetttae afldiplace of eiiowg land corer the jMIdi ay amuement8 the Hippo inMbe show band concerts and in grt t tree patdobt affairs which In 1Bd the Worjds Wdader Ruth Law ke r drIB exblbWoa 4urlsg which George aylaad dlyxs from the alrsblf With only a iiartcnnte betweeat b- Lind Instant death AdvertIslHs epae1n these nrosrsmi choicer itifdV pay be Vpoken for by ad dressing the above named reprciwenta tires or the ventucky State TFalr of Beta in LoulsvUle ta5 Fir sa411ck4 beThrlI4rnaFair miiini cment And will go on sal frnu us lib to Sept IJ The economical 5to Fair 7turs coWrlstiijf ttstbPy do a Half arisen ay tJfck tfl which sell higly at 5eents at the FAr nte but fbkaieipwrivip fo f2 The nfght tickets wbh- bOthat Idija ftdr 9 oclock andBty W 1sfct ths Admission gates jw tbe Hlppodrome show 181M la wi1Iicbasers upca the jecelpt of pos- thoqsceathemdmber c ot ookg desired Aiasn all application satt tbS4kath IS I r f t NA11JIS Ci ihd IriBf st lurih rw 4 jJ0 5M IDr a 11M tit rr bk vi Jrftftlet us vo 01 tsf fteIt Uj vpo gdea duk a ss- sVtsiu447uSfs 1 1 nw v iMmi- e iDlbro JJcebs per gj d 41 eortJ partial d akjhsL- Dr a DjrvsrPuc vuSbiMa SO0SIrdeIr raI =usfs th fotbev blood pvrijkr sad stonU ais dm Iot ci 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gits tat lUke a peraea look beaatifuL I would Ilk to tblak tbt tbf y an lkIwa-waeirriHW1UM aaM aarway wa tkkMI aaver jaw a nOrthat Aatttred sae ai lIItie1a a bM ka ek lav Tb r U i air tw Ia Itha eliratar thit gives asa tMr 1i Mk o Mas mock 55i TIfT riad ad 1pO- t 3eat aiaaaer caricatwre a aid Hrj 0 ut Ua kecrld vrangeveat 1 pbEthIik that jI4 eeIng trA ball woald aH jraat tbf over tot baBroeattd ireMkylae Ballroom jaJrma MUNi caitld know exact 4r how h yTPrcr ga1 g to look at the 7 tHhinnii a ikaai far a woaiaa la rW etH atlrror only t W she get to the iooa- ah took tatiretr different SSHt c0dUa4 d MiL Swastlck li katt idw awill look to kenelim tks balirooat mlrr r that bothers her ijfc to how aha will look to the rail k u popi at tin kJt But ItA wwaaft cant 4H fcowahe looks to other people by looklar at herself In a talrror how i she ever going to lawwf It4very uUsfa tory for a WfHBaa MTMT toW taito know ex iIiet1iH1oO ra90M Jt woald W jwtter1 M aVM 1tfMtMII UOOIi WfccM YsIbea N Thtek sq k ChJIf aumd Hay the IUtht of th5Cwrsy J1c1qItdMela ractryau la tie ektrea who is air flfetcd wHh a trrial air of optic dyIaad apoa le aad at the ead of every flu sfipn 1M i aed M if t cay lala Xa- aIHtit Iqiow tkatj aowV ae deaaaSedV Vwaai IU eoai a4Memtr- No tfow Qte7aa peaderoulAha1 eo JM MU aat eeraman WMt u qaJabcMk What ecsunand WMt was iit that bs broke Jeti a4 klJ4W AbilT Caat aayenetell ar- Oa sdtskr awhemed the teacher tr hEw The tMebir laUM4 lo thE wklb eoaa Wbts ts eWd 1Jt demand fttu ianjaMB If M child knows tM aaw r to that abaal fiMstloa le Hkar1iHTh ckUd says jt answered tht ieacher nct wUbtaat trepldatioa that thor wrat uy eomataai NjJiraTrSfy ine i HrtiMt Ruls- Tfc sajrasi court of North Care laaav JwMs ia Teeter vs lioraer Mitt lact1 seboel tat wher a prtvat ehool aceordlac ta its catalogue re alrC e4 9y eat of taltkm la ad eand the ctalQgaao t to 1IietW eUU m r0Meab l arovals the rale at stiaalatlac that the tawVMM frfti4 xpaIslMLN Wlwt a tarUn Will be What TKtbit WU1 J the cost et living Wffl lKe TeN and your faatfly per hMMhfal aad coateated WiM pcvrid b 4eflcial xreisand alerfabiaMMt lot yot aad your UyWHl faaII divert your mind from Uu occupatlonTVrillmis chlf aad teach thee thrift aad Indus try t wiilyour wife feel she has a oars enoagh host will say yea money According to an impresalv Mty Coal1QaslSe affl those tihp p MONEY IH HOME GARDENS Speakers at Boston Meeting Say Boy nd Girls Are Making their Training Profitable Tke application of home and school aria training may be aid to hav MiNl In a general way the subject dts caned at a meeting at Boston of tha lose aad School Garden Club ofI Massachusetts Prof W R Hart oLi Vmherst Agrl eKltusal college the secretary of thy dab declared that the home and sefaoqi garden is now so to speak a o4ag proposition and that after eb years at urging the plan for urban juburbaa and rum districts the Mea ta now to school children so thes i1al turn the knowledge acquired the srdens to tije beat advantage Al taev speakers laid stress on theJ Jfcct thdlt aside from keeping children Interested and profitably occupied tht garden training has resulted in onsld arabl revenue to the youthful garden era pace they have uKocc reason aly proficient in growing Vegetables and floweri In the neighborhood ol several large clUes In the stifle tht highly cultivated market gardens have been found to be excellent laborato tea for tbeyoug students of gardeu Ijig nd sq1iibOys frozth1s begin mlag hv graduated Into the practical wortottfarming Or marketgardening If the boys work Isv DlaKting and iaryestftig vegetables there Is a geld for the girls in canning and thle branch was described by Laura Com stockVof Amherst Agricultural college in hbme econo ii1maltii1 signed for steaming canned Wits or vegetables and explained the usoQt lki spIeapparatua which goe w1u non cRY WAS HOT SYMPATHETIG Whlm rlnir Urchin WastblstresMd IecsLea It Was His Banana Oldt Gentleman Sllpptd art JBoolioo bobhoo Some one in distress1 thought the kindly lady Boohoo bodhooVboQhooo6 f1 8hehurrled forward to the scene Ofi the catastrpphe mid was touched toI find a little lad crying over the mis fortune of an elderly gentleman who had BlippedOn banana and was still aitting on Jt collecting hft scattered f cnltei togetker Go0d little boy she exclaimed 1ghIm on the back Im glad you Xeerjorry for the poor gentleman and didnt laugh when he fell down and hurt himself But you must try and dry your tears dear he Isnt badly hurt itlo he aint boohoooo luck replied therhlmpering irch1- nInt1vel 1 wi b ewas It vas my banana he dm it onWeekJj T egrapr LOOKS jo SUBLIC WELFARE Kinsi CI n tution Might Well a Copi b ther Big Centers of Population The boar p Ic welfare Is an atititutlon In hiehi Kansas City hat set an example TorhSo whole country Delegations from other places repeat Hly have visited the city to study the workings of the board with the Idea f applying its principles at home The latejjk city to take the matter ap is Chicago Recently Mr Jacob Bllllltopf of the Kansas City board waa Invited tprexPIaln Its feratlon b the Chicago Association of Com merce Following his address an ordinance has been Jhtrbducedvin the Chicago council by Prpf CE Merriam an alderman to establlah ado partment of pubUc welfare with two bvreaas One Js the bureau of employment which Is to operate municipall lodging bouses and gather Informatlonon gpo oral working conditions as well as to help persons find work The second is the bureau of social surveys to col teet Information on Wring conditions la Chicago and to rocommend ordl sauces loT their betterment The Judiciary committee ot the aoencU has unanimously recommend 4 the ordinance for passage Cities generally are beginning to aSsumo larger responsibilities for better con gmosaefltTlniS Private Cars- IntbetownofMombasaon the East coast of Africa the private car qucs ton has been settled to the eatlsfao tlon of every white resident by providing a private street car for ea ch Of them The caraare pushed by a na tire black and aretanalU They are fit ted with a wide seat whlch will hold two persons The tracks of this private roadlead through the main streets of the town with switches to the stores and clubs Each qwner ot a ear has 8 switch to his y rd arid boards his car In the same manner as an automoblllqt rue road ia flnanced by Mch car owner who pays a certain sum each yeti for upkeep The road la used for no other purpose than to carry Ute owners on tholr outing or calling ex JournalpeditlOBBTWall Street r f f I Adffliiiistrahoi Buildiiig and IfffirniaryI f L Hazelwood san afo rinmJ toiiisville t Tui buildIng with adjacent icottagca Js the pnlr place in Kentucky for recepdoa of aajp caeoL tubcrculoIa xcept fortlio Jefferson county institution Warcr Hill Sanatorfum and the little Ja Uson Hill Spun toW at Hadqcah WSt a tlBts in all stases of the disease may here ro stthE iet Msi iit namc1yt medical supervision fresh h ali ro t Ifte s arc 12W per wtekn pcs on Iqtcretll E t w adtes Dr Qsear 0 Miller IlgtIdeut rlzyh Bural Free Delivery No 2 Louisvlllcf Ky Th I tf a tac ti MJus CWtwrlM Hooe of Louisville t Prominent phyrtdans from all sections of the state comprise the medical SampsonI I OUR PUBLIC FORUM 1 Ralph Peters OnRallway MIl Pay v A controversy has been raging in the C01UplDS of the press between the railroads and the Federal Post Office Department over the question of proper compensation for handling the United States malls Mr Ralph Peters Chairman of the Railway Mali Committee when asked to state the railroad side of the controversy to the American tamer said In part The railway mail pay question will be settledanti- aetUedpermanentJland with justice to all concerned as Soon as the American people realize that the whole subject whfle seemingly complicated and technical bollg down to a few simple points of fair business dealing which no one need be a rate expert to understand The first Is that the Post Office Department weighs the malls and readjusts the pay of tho railroads only once in four years This compels the railroads to carry the Increase in the naIl tonnage during the intervening years witbotlt paYIQanlfestJr an injustice In the case of a rapidlY growing business One consequence has been that last year the railroads carried fully half the parcel post for nothing A second point is this In addition to carrying the malls the rail roads are required to operate many traveling post offices for sorting and- distributing the malls while in transit But the Post Olflce Department pays for such post offices only where they occupy whole cars and pays nothing in the many cases in which It merely requires the nse of post office apartments in combination cars although such apartments differ from the full railway post omce cars only in size More than 42OO apartments of this character have been fitted up and are maintained for the exclusive use of the Post Office Department Failure to pay for them has ben an especial hardshIp to the smaller roads on whiCh the Department does not llnd It necessary to utilize whole cars One Iastpoint In thousands of Instances though not in all the Ppst Office Department requires the railroads to carry the mills back and forth- between railroad stations and post offices but pays them nothing for this extra service beyond the rates covering the rail transportation The railroads have no choice but to perform this additional service gratis or refuse to Garry the mans atall Now for the remedies the railroads ask They do not ask to have the mails weighed dally or to have each shipment weighed and paid for sep arately as Is done In the case of private shippers They merely ask to have the maljs weighed and thepay of the railroads adjusted at least SIICO Ia year Instead of Oboe in four years They also ask that apartment pOt office cars be paid for at reasonable rates according to size Lastly iliey ask that the Post Office Department cease to require of them free service between stations and post office and either1 relieve th messengert t service or pay fairly for it These are the reforms the railroads gress They gladly lay these reforms before the public cOlj1fident that they wW antuenliothe common senSB and fairness of AmerIcan votersn n n n = jFARMER RADFORD ON r WOMAN SUFFRAGEI jTbe home is the tion of women to the world and tha hearthstone is her throne Our so clal structure is built around her and Social righteousness s is in her charge- R r beautiful Ute lights the skies ot hope and her refinement is the cha1111I of twentieth century civilization Her graces and her power are the cumu lllatlvo products 6f generations 01I queenly conquest and her crown of exalted womanhood Is jeweled with It the wisdom of saintly mothers She has been a grcxit factor in the glory r of our country and her noble achieve ments should hot bo marred or her hallowed inIuence blighted by theJcoarser duties of citizenship AmenI Ican chivalry should never permit her Ito bear the burdens of defending andI maintaining government but should pre enG her unsullied from the allied influences of politics and protect herI from tho weighty responsibilities ofS the sordid affairs of life that wiD crush her ideals and lower her stand ards1he motherhood of the farm j gunrdlanImans sphere nnd political gossip would cause her to neglect the home forget to menu our clothes and burn the biscuits RURAL SOCJAL CENTERS We need social centers where our young people cnn be entertained amused and instructed under the di OnIsurroundings stir the love for the beautiful bent art charges the at powertj To our young people on the farm we must make farm life moro attractive as well as the business of farming more remunerative The Bchool house should be the social unit properly equipped or nourishing idbuildingcharacter so that tho lives of our people can properly function around It and become supplied with the necessary elements of human Nought and activity lEducatlon Is a develpplng of the mind not a stumng of tho me Digest what you read JDOr7I Old men haT J visions young men have dreams Successful farmet t plo ITheBoll depletion and greatly add to its sjiower WHY to ONE dNDlDNfANGO1 JU Would Like to Dance But the Mtfe ala Put Him Out and the GIrl i Gotin His Way fRamsay Peugnet secretary of the Vmerlcan SIlk Manufacturers asaoclM ion pointed out recently In New York that the tango had enlarged the silk business by 250000 nov looms and plndleff The tango the onestep the hesIUv don and the other new dances Mr eugnet said have caiued the aver no woman who bought only one din ner gown a year in the past to buyI two three and four new gowns now Hence tho Bilk trades expansion Ita a good thing for slUt Mr Peugnet went on that all men arent Ike Blanc jBlnnc sat disconsolately Jn tha vmoklng room while all life other Illtreats at a ball were tangoing like JnadIt r dolnKttangoing man hlsftost asked HI dpnt tango Blanc answered YoU dont tango Incredible Hoion earth Is it that you dont ta gornWell Blanc said sadly Td lUtei Ito tango and I would tango only i putc me out and the girt gets te arwat Let the Child Name Itself J Why writes a correspondent to UHt notintaItblItheir own names on attaining years otS discretion It would tree parents from gteat responslhlllUes and also frbm lifelong Teproaches from the children whom In moments of enthua it urn they have nominated Ebehecerj Iltchoner or as that baby girl oaj whom her patrlotlo rather at the crushIng ot Cronje bestowed the nNMMpdderlna Robertina Such ajaaat U that can never be Uved down aad It handicapS a woman bcaus It kc ftayf trnJa KEEP UP UNRESt IN CHINA Fervent Believers In Evil Spirits and Kindred Invisible Agencies Source f of Much Trouble It Is a common belle among tholg jnorant lasses of the Chinese that the innumerable evil spirits of the dead are real and terrible demon These demons are believed to be able to subject the relatives to the most evil state of bondage and suffering tampauitthroughout sprinkle of education and advances made during the last decade by occt f dnta1 commerce and missionary et forts that the average native firmly believes in the existence of Invisible agencies Theta supersflttaus age cles can mysteriously cut iff queu and bring about sickness or4accid or other dire disasters v Because of this superstitious ta and belief In the prdsence of evl dotIImons many of the Chinese ar fri quently aroused to the wildest 1npat uncontrollable stato of cx m These latter outbreaks manifest thQ ntjselves in different phases of Pt disorder and rioting For oxarpple 1 877 a panic broke out in which a r qutuecutting mania occurred The later Boxer outbreak was a gantic tIllustration of bow supersll tlous fear can arouse the average Mon gollan Under the stress of high ex citement and fever the average Ig norant Chinaman led on yuffscru = pulouS leaders Is made to actually be e1fore1 lievos he Mars a charmed life aria that his body Is invulnerable to rifle bullets exploding artillery shells or j other missiles of war Difficult l as It Is to believe there are native fatalists existing today in China wildly superstitious that they beliavo no sword has ever been forged which can cut their charmed lives Obviously they have never gone up against the real thing in oc cldental warfare but It is with such 1nfftamedisturbing and perilous element among the Ce nslIsIof the marvelous advances during the last two decades China is still nil lwith such dangerous men One flthe great needs of modern China la some educational method vwherqby these wicked and evil statepof thaj ignorant superstitious mind of the Ce f lestlal can be overcomeClyde WUl r t utero TRACE CAUSE OF PIL lU Italian ScIentists Assert That Dread Is Due to Drinking 1Dllease From ClayoIl Alessaudrini and Scala Bome haye just published on olaUv arite illustrated report of their in TheyformulaTh dens 1j That pellagra is not tlO pendent on a maize diet and 3J hat it is a dBoase striotiy localized md limited to areas vHor water i irunk which has been almost exdu lively in contact with a clay soilt Tie clay contains silicic acid ann colloidal state Esperiments on nonkeys rabbits g iinea pigs antil t puppies proved tliatithe typical pel lagya symptoms could be induced in Uienr by the injection of colloidal lilicic acid und that eating inaiae nade no difference one way or the ather r The professors discovered ihal the jffects of the silicic aciacould be 6unteracled by subcutaneous injcc tions of neutral citrate of sodhimImd they cite ten cases of patients dllYInjections I trisroic citratt FooinJ la i the morning to bo advised bthls w1offof a serious deficit In the neither flour nor meal tund1eysI horses Yqfe not shod the sloet and IceIwere too rough for the animals the familys strong box was empty and the farmer resided six miles from town But John met the embrgeney lie constructed a large sldd hitched nine fox hounds to If loaded on 8v Uush els of 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