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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1As74USIIED x Jt iANNQ IJMINI 188J 1tEF 1 I 10 r it L 4 4 rtfI Si7r Jtt r jj XXXI 5 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 7 1915 I 4 EtiUISFlRYCHARIOI r larIf chNiI d Aoci4t Typ- tuIijd AU o ti bttlJ flis Mt lvThi rtiWi i6HAfMt tfk Church HM ass Qd k Fir TtjM1 PlHWrecti Ss Signifieanct er MMto Joirmy AM irwr Step k s rMNot joy Thy are rrlomumoreu re 10D5 UJAH1 greatest propheby that wWU Dot understood IKMI Utovxa subsequently the JLsv declared I will send you MJali tfct Fwet before the coming UIttIIetJId terrible Day of the Lwd CMal cM4UiV This antitypical BU iMfftMiBc with Jesus in the JMfc IMS Ma eo lac and giving hU to the world for more than iOpentiiras TVe believe that j I Xttjahs tftkitif away Is bout to be tMSie ret titbe Church in the sjk JU taM says hey will meet UM XMd te the air the ealm of spin J iWalWtrol etrtJa1 These 417 I WWte we are certain that Elija- litytb Cfcwrck In the flesh we zany j jMt Jle ert je tttt wt Eliaba ==ted a sec ONd7 cLag Goi popJe tJi AfOIk lrglu ek jiiatttafir 25- 11P1451415 Ridt1oi 7917 ieiotp IT alSO M tys if so tkfy seemingly repr I MAQRt k third etas acquainted and Er lIaI wltu Elijah ftndEUsba yet npt partie torly associated with them They kfteW that Elijah expected to go but their 6Tva bul3tH on tile sufajeqt are latlswted bythfelr subsequent search to see whether Elijah had fallen some were dropped by the whirlwind This Teprweats that for some tithe certain chuweB of Christiana may doubt that tH jCkurc lias gone ttrglory but that afterwards they are thoroughly ton vinced Possibly the three days of search saay represent three yentsf Elijah Nt Gent to Homven Much Bible gtudy of tjio past has been superficial Certain teaching and creeds being accepted at true tha Bible has becn studied with n vletrto COIl Hnalflig the traditions of the pastrath er thai to challenging their accuracy Cartful study reveals that throughout tbe t tlre Old Testament not a word Is s4id about anybodys going to Heav e Txcept In Elijahs case and in the I statement that God took Enoch The Bible Indicates distinctly that no ofifej of Heavenly ute Was possible until after Jesus death as mans Redeemer 2Ttmotby 110 Jeus Wait the very first to pass from oartJilE conditions to ITqAvonljCQiuJk tioaa by His resurrection change 1 Peter 31sJTbe QliureJi bax the prom See of a Rlmilor change JThe Ancient Worthies cannot be of the Church Class buttheIrsw11EbeauarthIy bless ing Hebrews 113810 Jamea ItlSt John 313 Acte 23410 three of IlLs Apostles our Lord gave a special vl slpji of His coming glory What they Bawvvran not actuality but a vision as JeUR diclareaMnUhew 179 iraItheIJricboJordan- I EHslia Jiiew of Elijahs uXpeotatlon of translation mul with thnt In view they llfd UjjveiiKii to Cllfcul f Out the Lord set Elijah mrtt BethcL ILUahs- 3ugesjifl4thd KUHa tnrrjr 8 t OIlsSI Implied ihtlt Ellslm hAd It frith in tbejoiiruey Tho vwuje tihjR cnrred at Bethel and they went tu Jericho tbeifio Jordan Crw iu the Jordan they stjll wehtpii Applied antltyiJlcBlly tn the Church Gllgnf setmlnply rfpre Bts Jbe beglh jnliR of the Harvest OktC lT4 That diVteprpmlnently ul1lkd in the Bible Daniel jfedijii wnR luuket forward to 6ftiullDitJ thle studsuts ts l ho possible tlfn when the CInireh wmjUV com pee l aUhpunh jnttTii lu thi Bible sa ifcclareft Some IMIKUV of dixnp n puihtmont witH fet vhpn 4xjnotation i iM qtu icMf Bs EUJah Wth npf realized trtsrolt tthe Fljjiil cIms sept- u ULCO111Ut1Cd by its ninny others nit xv iU accounted worthy of betas I1ElIshllt I1 larSpring of 1878 ihe timtf parallel Jo our1 Lords nssum lug i of get W the end of the Jewish Ale velOJerkthe Gent Times correspoudjng titi Jordan JnU RiblP students nre tltoronsbly 3piineid that that date tnarkeij the et44 o f itjds lease of wprid jtoiryr to tlwt 4nOs that the present war Is ih r taKj imTftuflt lt nltitnate oncniioii t1irhfci complete over ttiro4r of all the full ea ialtbthnteiltol Ms4stfngIom WJ V stHiIosts are MlBfiipn but not trtor Shy P8LtIi1 iimitVTSev even s 11Jtll jiiid Elisha wrat inu waiting Ajr the M jl to tnUo Elijah in Bis own tope a Kl 5wfy TIw Jlery chariot and 1k htrIwbMsoiu to signify that the verykTPsuN4 fpI rtfiefr fellews ut pro dMeraltaDdersto6dal ttbr fnfl1itPur 4g itle Mcires- aff1 3reklyw- tisy J- Jj r ilw CP APor IdIIbIMi ThiRMYNlm i Bignafcxrtof niaklngly khr4fiw1ibd N4 rr 7 rw J r ItIT1fJ34NEit f rJI s LEAnet oe tf 1 t 1 r t 1 J4 I r j 4 j ftiifj R Y i H Ii I ft ii H a QUeiFricks That was a pretty story about tha wholesome young Winconsin girl ghob d goiie to Chicago tp make her ljuatf She was earn t g 12 per waek as a atenosra pber when ihe wealthy old farm er and his wife advertised for a young girl to come and care 101 them in their old age and rerj ceive a 100000 farm for tb service if fditbfblly ronderea Bineeyed fresh and rcsy with the love of hills and streams for ever caling her back tothe coun rry she wenLwith pure intsnt to bless ondt6ri hen the decliu jing years of Wetwo who were toIove het asj daagjiter If character may bread in faces she is realy one m 10000 and ehe will receive the love now the farm later Anttner newspiaper story iliat is Iittll the ordinary is that Peter Smivlj Peter had worked us a labortr at 150 a day aiMenbminee Mich ftfr many years He was aJJach elor Wnd his strongest dfsiie was am ss wealth A1 89 ha found himself the owner of self to part with it by depositing 4it in a bank so he kept it in his trunk Two veeks ago someone stile his money and left him penniless after a lifetime of selfdenial One can but say poor Pet r Newton M Gr thresidin in i yillage of Buffjlo Ill emdlojr vd as a stctcn hand received word through a New York at tornev that he is the heir b 12 OJO000 consisting of va uabte property in the heart of New York City McGrath had been Tying for four years to get this property buth d given up ho e Wd ceased all efforts to tate Iurtherwhen 1l13 negjjittoie Large bt quests any oo numerous to the thi lI less t 1buthis acquaintances heed two good guq sized fortunes left to him be Was dead Hugh Brady died m 113121 Shoftyv after he had gassed away his brother James Brady of Des Moines JaM vho eems to have been ignorant of1 S5the facts also died leaving Hugh 3OcJO It as only wi Tract No I Consisting about 200 acres yplj improved having 2 concrete los I44C1 cattle barn 40x108 About 80 acres of tbis land iis jD rve ana barley 10 acres ruew inltobacco this year j weeks ago that a stranger walk- edt into tba burial permit depart ment at the city hall in Denver and wade inquiry concerning Hugh Brady saying An uncle jhis died leaving him 28000 not dreaming His nephew was dead Alicame too late HatI ttiese two fortunes aggregating vlwoaldrf the benefit of his own name andII Pegieg would never have been attiched to him fortune iis f like rhgbtntng it strikes ini strange places somelimes JFarm SelUFor 101Per Acre The public sale of McESroy and MucH yesterday was at tended by it very large crowd and everything brought good nrices The farm Contained 200 acres and sojd to James Beard for per acrce This farm is one of thebest farms in Ne- sDncOuntyand is svellImproveJ and in high state Si cultivation Horses averaged 130 per bead cattle 75 per head sows from 30 to 60 sboats brought good prices corn soid from 48c to 60c oer bushel in fieJdfarznthacljn ferv sokfwell As a whole everything brought good prices This sale was considered by the uuctjonart CampbalLand Simms to te ihu most spirited sule held ln a number of years Mr Wal lace Mudd has managed this djbdj his estiniable wife will mpVe to Washlngionrconnty in the ne r future Mr Mudd is well pleas with the bale Bardstown Standard Lend The Helping Hand IEverr of this commun ld stand loyally by lill1 Mid a helping hand to our lie schools for education is one of the strongest bulwarks off our modern civilization Instead of t criticising and knocking and disrupting this social and com merdal ntcessity Jet us exert our individual efforts to itsua vancement and expansion The tract No 1 containing 250 acres has nit a good acres in rye and barley druhard and garden scboIsoneQtourgreat b structiye agencies atfd 5ri itt its aid and ssistice rt jpw g and cultivating thiflect of our youqg people tftlScomtnun ity would soon be sinjSrltTg toibe ancient plane of igborahce and superstition TherMs nothing to be gaiuby jeopardizing the work and influence of our school t 33 stem but Is everything IIto by fostering and eja coaragine and extending iifca helping hand Education fs a vital necessity of the day and its effects are fdlt m every wijk- ot life Without a yono ttti- nentepon the seripSgi prot l lent of life handicapped in ia ousajidways W6 of Hiie conii Dlin1ty are pozsqnally Interest Li the welfare of the cdmmufllty and the eis no way in whiqbe lean better serve our individual and collective iiqUresls than by standing loyallyb1nd xir schuols They ueerwJIlund eocourascfe rneed but sldliaath- em Bardstown Standard j Make m Felony The tragic loss of three llv at Hickman as tile result I operation of one blind tjoltlJnot at all surprising Told County Times Blood hsbien shed Jni many other locaTif ties of Kentucky and a human life has been sacrificed aimpj because some coniemptjble set up a gain of a few dollir for his own filthy purss9 1 1 C eater importance anj a more sacred right ttadjtn t eX- pressed t will of thejpopl c yS t t3lJized Dto the Ja of tht1gtd- Jails and flnes haypno terror fut the average bootftgger and as theJ1in ently sug geted ViblStequ never be broken Legis1atre l makes the Illegal sale of liquor felony punishable even at the minimum Jjy a long tero at hard t labor tfi penltentary Why can e next General AssecnL1y enac gcb a law The prohibi tlonists will be for it to a man and cetaiir the legitimate li qu r interesu which profess wIllinotbefound om Y4 PUBlIC SALE FINE FARM LiveStock Crops Etc i Having decided to dissolve partnership wewill on the premises I 12 miles from Lotus Ky and miles from Louisville on thet Springfielcj anB Bardstown branch of TUE8DIIY BeERN2i6g15 i AT 10 OCLOCK AM Sell to the higest bidder the following described farms All this land is convenient toj schooland church and fiTa fine stock farm well watered large amount in grass and plenty of timber to supply the farm The school property was taken from this Iland andI incase sane should over be discontinued Iland reverts to tract No 1jof sown land 7000 ed citizen Tr4ctNo2A- djoins about good dwelling stock barn ten outjigobcT there gain only them It cir 30 Tract No 3 Adjjiniug ayjve tracts contain ing about 175 acres 80 acres in clover and bout 12or 15 acres is sown is sown in re Land has onit a cood tobacco barn and 8 tenant houes The aboye tree tracts will be offereq separately and then as a whole and sale made in the manner to realize most moneyi i TrjictvI1f IQinraiAiogi about 100 acre not improved does 1ot adiinabOV tracts and will be spld te fri teltl J t i ly i PERSONAL PROPERTYct I i 1 work thult5t ears od 3 work horses 2 o lmilk cowa 2 calYesj 53 ebotes8 brood sows 1B Xregibtered Purocj Boa 1000 pushels corjr 2Cp bdllieJs rye 20aCusbels oats 3 straw stacks 150 b Le suactabUt 10 tonS cloverhLy farmidx implements consisiingpf plow harrowSi w eatt drill rpler binder 15 U P gasoline eD 1Jehqultar and blower corn crasher two 2borse wagons o 2 buggies gear and harness of liBi kinds trTEftjlSi The land willbe soldYor one third cash reoiainier in 12 and 3 years purchaser being required to exIdoie Bptes ayiTble in one two tmd three tearr from Jan 1st 1916 bearing interest from date with lien on Jand to ser ajre payment thereof uichas boingrequTredto execute bond for the cash peymoni On Persoaalty all sumsw yer10 1ioye1t aVabount ayable January 1191Gt bankable note with security payable at either bank ofSfcefi WrAiTliliBiCy bearing szxpertentint testfrom datepFeif8rtherznfonnatlon prnl g and call n Marks Green SprIngfleldKy io onB H Sheian on the priNLis I es 4 f ft i d l t S M Campbell and Jas Roney Auctioneers PllJt Gdllor 1 L Wheat Smut ControlIII How To Prevent a Disease Which Frequently Cause Serious LOM to Wheat Growers Wheat growers in this country not infrequently experience ser ious losses caused by preventable diseases Wheatis preyed upon by a number ot parasitic fungi three of which are classed as smuts Two of these smuts ore common pests in the wheat fields of North AmerIca the other commonly known as flag smut is thus far unknown to this continent though it is fairly common in Australia and CT tain other parts of the world where wlr at culture has been in progress for centuries Of the two smuts bunter coy ered smut of wheat sometimes referred to as stinking smut is found wherever wheat is grown sometimes resulting IB losses to the farmers of the United States of 20000000 or mOte annually Not infrequently fields planned to untreated seed and giving promise of yielding 30 to 40 bushels per acre of good wheat will produce a crog of cpvertd mut amout ting in some cases ti as much as 40 to 60 per cen of the crop This smut disease is caused by parasitic fungus which attacks tifcrotting wheat plant before Irnwljappears aboveground OLe sndethe attack d seedling it con esits grow th and by Ihe line the wheat begins to headtp diseased plant produce a crop of sniiweexamine tho heads of sab a plant we find inst ud of normall wheat graiDh Oily alo of smut bills fj other words the ma terials prod uc d by the liviag plant for the purpose of building up sound wheat grains hifte been consumed by the paradeIIn forming its masses of spor swliicl thali 0cc ha exact positionin thejwjMfit heads that would havebeen tilled by the keraalirn they been allow ecytfdevelop These smut bals consist of nothing but millions of spores inclosed in each case by a thin enveloping membrane When the smut bal1sare crushed rhe spores give off an odor not ua ike that of herring brine Tae liberated spores become at cached to tbe seed whicbit planted without previoustreat ment may produce another crop of smutted wheat Bunt or covered amut of wheat is one of the most easily pre vented of any of the cereal diseases The following proce dare iis recommended Rpn all seed wheat through a Inning mill in order to blow out tbe un broken smut balls This being donetbegralns bould be soak ed 10 minutes ina solution con slating of 1 poonA of comoiercia prmaiin obtainaple nearly all dugstoras addeA to 40 gallons cif water The seefl thus treated snext allowed to c rain and is hen piled on the fioondstirred frequentlyuntri sufflckubly dry to sow If during tbisy rocess ihe kernels have swollen very much the drill shouJdbeVecto ttOW a little thicker els thp qu nity sown per acre will biV cnan was intended Recent experiments haVe shown that in certain sections W the country the soil of a fienl producing a crop of smutted wheat this ytr may barbpr enough smut spores locausjttte appearance of smut in nexcjwars crop if thee field be reaisdsi to Wheat LThls aomelm occurs where SHautJs veryJFin spite of the otjteeated seed and shows localities thfrbrop practiced in addition jjtffTseed treatment unt or covered smut whet at noSther cereal crop bu- ttherreals have their own rjsmuf diseases f rother wheat smutlc rrlog in thi country Ii II cDHamonly as loose smut is not so series as bunt although it robably produces an average lose of threefourths of 1 percent of the total wheat vep ofr he coky Loose arftj ffiJ be prevented oy treating a seed by the Jeafea hotwater od some mddificatioaof i t The Jeosea method boasiita in soaking the seed for 10 to 15 minutes in hot water aLa tempera attire of 182 to 133 degrees FJ It is highly important that the water shall not riss over 135 de gretfior fall below 130 degrees Atemperaiure below this will not kill the smut wbil attemper ature too high may eitcbthe germination of the eedThe grain after treatnent should he immediately spread out jo dry If it can not be spread at once iit should he dipped Into cold waterto cool and spread as sooaas possible Leaves His De o niiuktion Much surprise and comment Was caused in religious circles by the announcement that the Rev Charles Bfenry Pratoer for the past sour yearii pastor of the Virginia avenue Methodist church Louisville bad asked ihe Louisville Conference of that denomination now in aessionatj Hartford to give hhaI locatioar In the parlance of the Methodist church asking for a locai nlt denotes the sererancQjpf all relations between tiwtBJaistdr and hejbasl l hej onfirenceIforwhich time he has filed pastoratea at Russell vilie Lebanon Bards tOw Springfield the Main street church of Owsnsboro and the Virgiaiagvenne church ml Locisviiie I It nintimated that Dr Prat ers sc verance of relations wi h t e Louisville Conference arose fron te fact that he thought no- wa denied Advancement in the deuomination which he bid been lled to expect and in which hd forieadeavorin fertile field REGARD FOR THE LAwJ Ignorance of the Law tin excvse and disregard +f the Lavr is acriae When Laws are so obnoxious u tg afford excuses for nbncompla S ifceyd should be changed and Ike jpeopl8 have this right If jour right hand j offend you cut It off was no idle junction but means the offense should be removed rather than the nautili ton of the member Our Tax Laws are distasteful sit detrimentall but the remedy skottld b to amend them instead of ailowiafc them to undermine the Jflorata oftktpeople by Openly disregarding tJie1The successful evasion of oae Law nay encourage the violation of otherS and In time breed a contempt tOt all Laws CeIWhile every citizen owes ob 41 to the Laws the Laws should ba M lair and equal to every jcltiiea The Tax Laws are aether fab sar equal and are productive ef Deceit and dishonor and if for np pther reason than this should be changed UN1FQRW TAXATION Property differs so greatly jla char acter and earning power it has always been impossible to tax the various klndA uniformly Every attenapt to tax movable property the same as tnt movable property has failed ant will always taU Two wrongs do not makea right and when assessors find it Impossible to discover thdowai ership of movable property mad under take to square things by lowering tie assessment of Immovable property there Iis np right or justice to IIt and everybody suffers In mind and matter The more stringent the Law to cOver movable property the fairer it moves and hides and this fact k to well established the assessors la Most counties let movable property go ky default Socalled palfprra taxation Is a delusion and Blare Jtniy suffice to fool the ignorant but tIIe knowing ones justIaugk at it This IIs rough on the poor aaa whose all Is Jn sight and immovable mad li aiM tough on the rich man who doSes the law and hides his wealth freta the assessor for he knows hete doubly guilty In saving hlxtnlf at the ex pease of his less fortiMMtf zslikht EQUITABLE TAXATION The differences in property eall for ffercnces In takatloa jw M e e ar differs from a oihw aM 7P4l- t l stars and all the jrof rty s4rr iir pur4s The ISM wk aj ts h t money in Securittes fcnw K Prrty already taxed sad pyhtc intaxes heeaaee the lnK9r m s Justlled ky till aa- isi 4e y j taausefv1c1tizeaaatb- who wui uts its JtMwy ta lad aousfs but wfcwi tirt fcst jecL to giving tap tbsgrsM prt o- tb 1TdiI okectupee s x dodsr am4 the wMcatax sy stem which seens se velMri J sk this mam to swrreeecr a halt to kef fourths of tH isiete torn his keiM and landfe and thee we M ke a thiv italei iI r TMM tl UM Irs ass is limited who that ol tk s etker Is vnllmtted sad yet tkere am psIw- lzo caasot st the dtetfeKitsosK Kvstt able taxaUo keefd ike eMKkjsi power tall jrt+ rirf II + p rtonantl if afrjPHMlljr k eW should bo la J vtel ike ea wl rlsVs his money to tniyroy k e e and lands owned bj1 others wolok say deprtejate but coanot ttjf sw- ayTTII i I1wI I Icka1eICOItimesi- S I were first Wfef eel lor sale Tkaj Jay hSon the jMbfiMt s1ce 1866 d their claim for supariorky if firm IIlyThyIi 1WeaeeaMrsiiI hoiukeeprs I ein r4rJlfIti1II 504 Agta For Wadi1ug- tAio 11Lw aLt ToFifMt Clrtkr tbelarMIhog iCholers i he Experiaieat Station iis 0 ganzing throaghou the Itate AnLiIlog jptiolera limb Dr H K WrIltofhe Exti p rlmeut S alloi Staff aaid Before wctp hope t6 contiol hog cholera wemuiltQatea ac curate unrteis anding aaioflfM raiderS to the cauise of b8- idieaseAnd row it Is sprea4andL sanitary meindjttbe MIV ployed to siccsaafallyCOiilMkt it In older bet accomplish ibis end AntiJEIojL Cholera Ulab are being orgatvzd thiougho ttbe IttSince thefifth of Mkythirty seven such cl btby bfeea br Xnjzed ThIN have a total nemberghip of six hud and evefalars U w T signed the mesabersihip cards and expressed their wIllingaesi- Sto aid in controlling boa cholera So far the inovememt has awfj with approval and hearty to peiatloobeflfft i all vMctjoosi viJted ndlft 1 Thopai through the crrgaaizatioe ftfcc e cjlube to bl1idtip a strong orf cboJeriliJI11double rjeflj the sanitary precaiti r So be observed and itt alllO rcMlta rVmQeperiment Btaikm im eerrjlsn putlhii work bbtelr a v i o htjr1r firmcri wlbt wbcea Ojcobpcrate II Tbp1Ia I Hereby a re s loee uti igbberi oetoIa 4eiH1 till fa tb ItDlf i th JoU4ptII Bm ot bmrj rolfocr feet deep sad eoyerfrhh liis all dwA ki t QaaLIakIk fe and si atMm lift ab tl t bra4aowaii p r5 It ttor 8U1 U Noiifj ay a f Who IVve cheleea wt 1 prIiil ItC eeiipud diaafii v bog beseed IIIX w 500 itsryIhIoa feM1i1t4or r h It INT lL ptM 4IO0 iil M sInl- eessrk50 Ulafc weease hiiIi 1ltreciJ1ls MOfih d MMe 1tM cJt prtd bow MjcUe opaa di ret ana btot- o M 4 fcow prI ROii t o- l50eeE15 It I i8lif9Fie1q lb- JeaOsat 0 ttJaIa bdis feasr ia aMp to bay bsie rvaedy wUfb Bt ralMf cholera bI bef been proyioaavIime thu there te abe leleIy ao remedy wkicbeaa be depended upon care ibtIa dteeeae wwill aid t e farmer materially by teacb i laff the folly of attempting to core lhOIckof cholera Tbe Jrecit laid on sanltiaiion Uie isflptWon and I 11 q Htnmtineof Itie buruiagof1tee lIt a beI11 4aeeatag 1rf on p sane i ad the orT r when eruni iJOCMIllyrr I ImlfJ j ISfIT- hu wosi i f fFJand of fightiefr rtit be continued AppIai iSleetareeia any ee k 1ite- orJafoMie iai lP 4j ve4v caoira ifccmlU b mMtT si the xpefiaISf Ic ottY4 n tIf tl5j Tti N weaj1- StlyWawvmnoedtthgti 1 H siLJ Ia cf Xteski 1STsul tIawbeawi a 1tJiUa Noty d age or bje hqsr W5WJ71 I body williaI hSter at the aimalkm and MIM will kabi5 toT- fora t IiW ia Ms- atbataroo ach lesisl tii qotolclOOW wbofatalw 1 get lik a tel Tha7rIc priraie beri lr HIT A f50Sd deploraUe coodttioa Afl ia the Mtiaode eaU tJOikJwith tbe Uto Los av eq with coeraff a l 1tf e Stanley whole fee Pnt ff thi pIU50S mill ao4 be spW Mti MryesIh iitji4Wtti fcwIa doiaft M flub- 4ry tf r7t cleor with ota1 dora lio peW iIrZd for IteIj10 pebIlo 1baIt tIntrsi ii3liIj lb 4gIs- ctloiL St rI1r4 =I4i 4Is M t so- wltDlflreeIptrrE TiI1110 wj r erkj C 1rCwhich will i f1i1ttrhiarhtWe N4503s tb 4lw tot Ita ihitrf of Iba 450p eMeI- ttWsea rs s ma to bS tarjr a bl+ Iuiui- tsi4 a ga bljl Wout ho tt I0M- byd 011 tblbtbl4 e rajU arouiA i4M1l the aawuallj riI llWMr t iis taring and MMlis itKwpoaii tale r LhLSLkinobblererop Jn Blji ijTitninU rri of tbe jfooaf lii were djo A tiII bfoIslMbsd uglliitt ails W WIIfrS 4lupIt weather LostMonday 8 spi i a ladies black coat between Vafky Hill Finder please eaU 119x II Martin SI fOIIDI1 a If e 7 lit IIISLfADfR f iPRIIIOPIPLD KY- rNwassuv Ry7rs y I W flUNl oa sn4 Publib rs lletlI St the Sehl xr liNt At It 11r attl tM- rT TtC VIrM1Ir Y Aoo lIuLu1 f Tee Linlaniti nor D LACL iJii 1 Geeer1 y L IQOANy or tstafe JABUOALK JimETT r- ii r Ter Atoc IQSRT L GREENE ryrTe r ty SHBKMAN GOODPASTER FerCrtef A a1a atuf W tIlINON lsblriImottuctarlL l1hl1 lt tjj vO tgliert Ytt Pr CilthlrelrA l1U MAT COVEN for aiitwiCusesieIner full T DOUTTdITT JtIr JQIIlLaUiDY f2I rj lht frtuntative f J LDUULANr 5flf tsrrzitl7rstite- I THUlttttANINo 44r 1EarCs s w tit a Attorney Ii- r 1 1PZAGLNS r jr it Clack i iTNOE Tti t 0i nicer atic p riy here tMPMPl thisi year wit 4 OM of tiMe t1 roc est ticketpit- bM i 1 priteliia years The lM4 ol th facktti sit ablel nan sMeo will iMkf the State a goodI Jertnlof The able and efti silr jtMBir in which he con tiirild he S ell i vtJptlon 1iatlM National UPngtes ns j M wt ahat warranty to the pep pie qtUM AtuU that hwitl pre- ttet itsttown graft nth e tiM eoodpel of th Btatws affairs 1lipl e i gtwn of tie SbeT TriM wfc tit Btrculoan task jett 1Mrd iM4ai o4 It with tihataena J uc1JIII ii anf sincrityjatid 1d iimual Silt Fair r lo TerT Rural b JBricgfieId October 29 30 tlmather given a Gold ltriAllut4ifdts l io iwillMedal 2nd premium receive grade given Evan S Rees Manager fttfc bih 0th 7bl1d iN wiQnej will re Gold Eyam H Mdalpremium Rees alffo readltioo of pae Jaime t b Itilivs poem Goh MrsJ W Miller i l 1ttnae Board ot a cation doll Reader pupGoldRM Moss fit Reader pupH Grid J ot HalU l Eith grad pupil in 4 Fun Prii ciplea ofAritbme qo1r ot Science FFtpsUirgtrLan lo utge paper by 8th pnp l Uold H juI11 in Moee Ky History Gold t Map M of considered Mos Washington Co i V Solo Gold medal specimen of Pcnmanshi 243rd ft 00 MiM Retina Mode Rud o 1 Miss M Osborn pot KaW Ky Water Colors l IlMMIruM e uMlcEiro aa Co U irwigf leon I c d iemiu SlwriJE lb1 iittiWina Iard w Q laf aafoldins this Intricate maze and exposing Its of waaldeclafcdatIol dissolution IItkin will hi tout of politics for thi next session of the Legisla ture at least and QUI State ioffi cil can Inrntbeir time tomBOY otfer matters which the whisky qiMctlpn has crowded to the background It matters not whether the ypteis views on the whisky questions are in accord1 notthatrguestion the question which the Voter should ask are ass to whether Mr Stanley and the other worthy and able men on economical and progressive administration of the States affairs j Will they pass needed ietriala Lion and take off the Statutes iomn that should be repealed Will there be questiorsof spex cai privilege arid immunity those whewjsh to Jive jn theJ f vHonse that gr flODUt The best ariswer to bgiven to this is W r Stanleys recordas acoj gressman if has served well in the past he can betrus succeedsedbJe to master the maHer a Jtt Successful Meetin itJJ The Educational of the teaqhersjh JNol was held at rredericktovra Sat urea1i Oct 2nd An appreciat ivecrr wd waprosent a delfclnud sidbunncltul dlntar etrVd r instiucttvexahi Mrr Jercme Vi son in feW llCbO s i1wor lextende ar cordialwelcome toy all pr se6ti also advanced some suggestions on the need a school Supervisor The popUsot Frederick Ji school did credit to themselves J Sm and their teachers Mr Wilson and Miss M L Xianham in the renditjon of their songs Mind recitations rThe importance of byMUlsrword was interesting because of its ring cattiest It0 1 1 Ct e4 oprt School child actually attending r icJiooi to held Kyf t andm ate rate will be Medal by Prof Col kiVi HkiteiKXl 9 contestants tram each school iftustbe in the office of the Co Supt on Octobers contestmustrbeTwail Superintendent also stj 3rd hil1Kton Co Tobacco each of pupil Ed id Patrons Science Hail meJul M t R Gold Grade Hayskw 1t Prod book rye llc etBsrx i violations himself to he meeting Division valuable oft CQosniida 100 yaicl race girls Siflo Firth National Banic 100 yard race boys 1CW Mc Elroy Sh ad cf Grocery niSnT Throwing ma beiIls lQO tThrowingR M wareBestcucky Cardinal Bdx of Hoes tobertittinOlaybrooke Co Best Map of Europei Bottle of RaydoaDruggist S1ictnre1Lture Dealers Best original Poem pair Kid Glpvefey quDniDg ham Duncan Best oration by 6th grade pupil Sold Qrawr4J ves Jeweler Best Ip Quotations by school l 1UO SptinKtael 4 Statot llenk Best Comic Drawitrg Box of 8andk Grundy Mc Entirerpest Song by School SliOO fl gistsBest4th W Baumbauer Tailor Best jcelief map oft North America sp00 F Waum buuer iI t pBest recitation of 3rd grade pupil bbl of candy Benedotii Co onnytown PdlinAttornesat pttraryOQ IZOiDr10 1 be icb l winnn stt rize3bo b Supt ot ehia3ll tapeliingrtch f runningi and tliiroin j ct eii tt tdjy J 1at Jbt wee remlt Isivl r lt s tds 1 iuboqNoabd iatrlcty Numbers Jo be if stlrtils Help us nMke this tro Jj M e i1rff a fr Ct lltt6 tg b p sllJ e s1bppe countyLLA t wc i M HJ M NjN NM M HM NN NM NNNy N H NH N I + L t + + I Thirty Days Gigantic alei t t 1c l Qf Mens and Boys Suitsj Overcoats i J7 gR = itciJI fSft Raincoats Shoes Hats Shirts Etc f fjilfJt e J 1 11 are ggiI io5reduce our stocl of Mans and IIfoy s goods of all lrnds and this wn iiive everyone who is in needof a ythitinth lines a chance the BIGGEST rBARGAINS Y 9fi 0DorttonlThese t advice you comein as soon as pos 3i + v sidle and make yfiur Selection ltemember V f i We rjfIt SeIlL I Ji 1 l t i Reg rdlessoftbeCosJ 44All clean and very desirable merchandise Quite a good l showing ot Young Alens newest and most fashionable this vseasOrtsSjjHSian Overcoats Hals and Shoes go in this sale at1rinced that we wily sateyou S5 to 150 onlYO r J OVe coat and l or mOfton your shoes or i hat Wt a r cosec show you our price will do the rest rzsS1flts and Qv I oats r I Gb for 4 vfp Sjajtg anjd pVerGPats i tjJlo1 lI1J Jt ttJT4 its and Ovel 9fto fOJ lhJ OUlt agtl Otiyrabxts t GuJ roSuits and 6Wrcpflts ft L ori jtui t i 7 SQ tiiisaiid Overcoats t+ iJir GOjfor r A 1650 1250 1000 698 495 priceTYiA11 r liens ta5 a ljts g4ytnvthis lor90C i Lqtof Merfer softlShirtsi detachable collar IQr68c Newest fallstYlesJ intieckearat l9cand45c Men b Jworkshi 45C ie1blkck 7fIi I AllMenstand Bays Underwenr at reduced jh strive Our AlansIanan Shoes ir 0- u Walk Over Slid glQ r VIMens4 So l o Walk end ssett shoes + O r line Shoes of kindsi 318 a t Bargains is Carpets Mugs iat tingiZ Linoleums Lace Cu ins Draperies ancrWSlliaperI d iiIJ tlThe R bertsobro k CD + + +++++ Nd0 tH3 000 OOC W I1 Public 8 18 1 J will premises about mites springf- ield about mile from Rose jibaoon pike I On Friday OctobQ 22 4915 AT ONE OCLOCKPM f Soil the highest public aviction farm containingr La5 Acres riVwSaid farmJidsoh its good dwelling hoasc tolfbnrp and neces8ary outbuilding fwttl J itsfGodwell verlastings1rrn hits troiII easy cultivate largttJamtlunt the t r r TERMSjOdethird tuah abd pears hintras CM ASMlr ir SIMMS Auctioneer i chncom t1ned 9Vf disady niLgeSOI tll bbeteaeherlithe holtanablG talk Vain bestOry ichtiol Missf Xiborda splndvclly broiJJK forthVthe effects VoryW formiug character BhQwingihH iber way bestiia- tinot the child appealed tpand rfurtured strong bodadw manhoo jtrracter 0dingtne nett lItNieI who manVaIn tIJJfj4 thbsfr under tbocareoivR jrt oxAtireii t glorytrf length add fiber quality actr 750 liSJ sate nntl Crossett and4 Over gofpjf Ians 3tia JJioti5 gofor ir this tioI 00 from 0r b bidder goal farm thfee lydlt t t errktfie l 4litiwj about heni Alice onus interes Inc manlier oibe1m portaade training tHiteaten need oleo itiSual mind wteb meet emergent soles perplexing lire ll leajsV which i contl1uo sly fgetK ofRElcitwith tnlighttspeech jtull good things th1e 4 9 8 G3Sb 9- I4s aI go sayt fteduct a r lnoUtPIDitsOU day Wb1e hstftmr1t1r 1ruf CJrJ uJirlf spirritg kISuIierinitn S1tJ tytrlio aiileduviertba t iiiH dieting remarks opnfjr mated erdqnrio tr3 iGlceiuviwfSfejthat taatol ttndutirbnQ H0yAFTER SUFFERING 0I TWO LONG YEARS t Mrs Aselin Was tqred Health by Lydia rink hams Vegetable Compound UttkconemyafaloB which doctors caused inflamma Buffered great deal month andgrewviry thlnIwasunderthe doctors long years without benefit Finally after ropoated gefltlonsiotryitwa LvdiaB Pink hamteVegetahlp Compound After third bottle Compound todaytstrong healthy again answer letters anyone wishes know AstirtrreaHonroo StNEMinneappH3Minn- i Lydia Pinkham Vegetable pound made native trarcoticsoz4harmfulb Phirho successful comedy forwofiit- im ivby dont tryltY lulve slightest doubt Tjyath Plnldiaras Vcgota CompounclAviUlici4yolwVElte 1rik1iainDijdtcingt3oY Con1l tln1rLrnn1rnstfor vice Your Still opened tend answered woipan fond Timtiln strict fldenCe Jl iI f I tif sill H++ f N N NN N N N+ + N + + + N NN+ 00+Nr0 N + + t+ 0 N+ J N + + + NN N+ t N+ 10 0 L Wo on the and one St aud 4l J to at our fhfi o- i ttL all jIi R tud and to A of s r f G e rat ai tier fu on two wi t l Ii W e 1 as It ms the S In tin u1 M 1Jti of the id no can the t of bet into an h- Ci j I f Jirk l to for and of Qli 1 5oo for 3 sa s f h fo W of 1l Mi s of th tY jjj ife is a to W4 t to the apt the life is t d r of ih Ls tw ry eta er a pd for was a s3d and hi earl le tt tii4 L n sit tth Ile i teofe 3 r up oNe f the t i to E It the said Vere by tion a corn for two any sag cot tnk Ipg the of the Imm and If to E Com from rests and b most we kn yJ If you need such dfdoe you Vk If the tbnt E We toe c Ice be and by a S UiMtiogb o thamfielyea CtepraceQd tbvlip While are deducing Stockqltr o q r Goods teJ kIiG ndIf it aI tc h t t r l i5 S1if 9 Iiks Waists j t Oorsats Press Goods Sifts Dress Trimmings Hosiery Gloves Ontlsrwear1 Etc jrt j f fUsr RECEIVED new ladies and M islesSuits apdCloaks at SPECIAL PftlCE i i o 1riI- I = 1ttdnVe f t1 t Jt Xp- iin 2 J Fail Goods has been Te cfiived and will offer some prices for 3 Ouaranised Sewing Mchins t IfAt SI35 8 SrrS8 and S35 I r worth almost double take a look at them Nave yJviheattachments are for 10 years 2i Men a 3tw Hat NeivesfI 5tyl fio forl U 4Iton Ieds ooj Hat tftltid 5j14 i fitIVri rra v Arn ts stylesfarf f l lgo irrone MEiisr deer FatY GoodStiapes ofor pae fens iWt25o Haft rEast seasons s 1iiPj i 241 1198 198 150 700 l 1otafI3annroqHats IcfrSOc Mensnnci Bofs oc CpssgP ipSalb at lafassjbrjnefif I uhlcsf Steamerf Trunks Suit sand JJofffJ bags at Special1 Price t + 4+ t + + 00 5 e and o n t g r rn I every yo a 4 t pr1ngtI iiYl ilii IrIncorPorafedl u q UBLG8flLElEM18iGi J- c c H Jving decided to quit farming will on h Thursday Octobetaiseai to the hastaadbw bidder the form knoWn Iti the 11rY GardrifirVfarm one mile sf rlt a k a Lor4tto st fose turnpikes t i r Said Iia m Confain175Cris J l well wai1 i fenoedlvith woven wie and has on Iit a nice tjro story y gramsxtr eerar s stAi Botch oxt d fnrhlf away around samea new smoke a new house a new hen h and a l ib ertl1Aleo a spot wet in the yard Plenty offruit trees apples pears and grepes jRl ofy of MMJttrrT Tkwfatnlsuitabte to the growlng of tobacco Is e to church adschool on it F and SaM farm will be o rer e d jn two tredts Iirs 75 anus the north end oh which there is acs IIMthen as a whole and whtthe way It brings she most money PERSONAL PRPE TY n On farm awl fkmiIYmarenotJ afraid of anything 14 jearscld I farm m reJjK ftrirSbiy 4ckl 10 trt vwirsold 1 1n1fttw0vaarQld coach lily a gooifbne l6 4year old mUlf f1i liyil r6VAr wartii if ru an mulel svcldjng mare mule 1 2ryearsoldihunse miJla vte ho MBS 8 exxraY IoodJ grade rPd mill5 rowa I1lrey onwtfl od nut tJ1MoI Nbuemberd ter- earllr 2 J rs 2 wen roaVKS 4 sfavlr of Old htaha otltnlltliy lia il9 nrr way If buxy and Iim4nesi corn drat OVQ teJld thQr and rctivds otfrmJogf unptSra ttf ets Wire jLijO pail Jmtni nlllumber ppijsjftlniror JTOCO reds a t v v r TRBMSOn lit tidonrttiird UlicV r p iid tllQo On w yrQfrly all- utnsof t10 d Mnrtorr soinpriiMH iKwoutit iuJietitrio with baubahii Waiing 6 per 1nt i t7Mst it rtl date TeijCjis to be d jraplffd w th tUbfoieprpiei v iaremovjJl T J a CM ITtltlIuopettQ y r l I J r An AW to Dignity I didnt rttONtt until this dancing- yrase wept over the ooantrI and oc iogaHarins began hop about oh- wHrooAi fleers that rheumatism and the font are in disuse yttit do you Tho Ia two tailRlnU have pre rented o greet many old ladles and gentlemen from maklftg ttdlculoes ly W Oace the tango and the JatMJtr trQts liLT mt tees Hammandhaw for- week No ito baant boon out V da aU accident v J v iI ksi s 1uuslp JnjurMr No j buthe feels hg l disgrace fitraCa1 pc llr rd tts1ilaif thetdtsri die nt td th8- ntuatrr oneday last rvoekSidtl was C L n t11IUl1t wagon x y ire We ur 19 S nA k t i line of f for thfs sale J liIjI stock of and Winter Dry fvve special low thlssile X j l1 They are all 1 and guaranteed Lot Lot 39c v K h + ht and Is ied an3 wee house lirapeaches kxcuet cJqe D in sightoP ou led year 11 1nhMU at brU cash eaK 12 c lo MHDl of 1i i shark reene i crMatte r1MRer SllfttSS kt4 0 Y K- a ERC 0 L01 a as s is alle one year 10a 1HIIRCBRQWJV d AqZN1 FoRr rkyriTs t iTt Co QpUXlIiGToliit J 1udAtPffiuDg Wind Pamvdi ttW Growers jriks aspecialt mL Occ T YdUKPATA- OAGEBuib Tk 1111 Jt SpiiUNodD yj 4HTt i 18 JJ 141 UPPL k1ciu 8toOamlorne houra ttn 2 P m Otr Haydon s Drug Store Mil F IRUS- iKDEMXIST okTer avdbn Barber fHmtel irork trBsfeonable prices 111PO gstanteed A J fDr R J HA lhrON PR1GPLD 1ito I t tj Ocii StreetfrPhonj bi30 to830 A1L oebunIOth 300 P MJ DR t M l JI LYATT i X Oice pfrer Spriinseid JSitat e Bank OfQco hours 1030 a m I1i4topm W F GtfiGBY AtORNeY At LAW CHe OYr People IJtiilc- Pfl4GF1ZTaD KY sPraALTO WOMEN The MMJet economical cleansing and genakUia oC all aatlsepticq to A sohUf AntJMptfc Fowfeto h r 1Niwalcr air AefeiecL- As a awdftiaal antiseptic for douches laI treating catarrh Inflammation or uk rttlon btJ1ose throatt and that caoMd by feminine Dlfft ha unequal For tea years the Xydta B Plnkham JMkiaft CoYhas recommended axtlneI la their private correspondencie with WPiatn which proves Its superiority I WOOMK who have been ctfred say It te worth Its weight la e3 Jit druggfcfc 5O largo box or by malL A xtol Toilet Co Bos ton Mass RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS BIWI OUIOK RfUCF Paine leaves almost tasyon JjegTo i9siiigS Drops tho famous old t itism1umbSciatic Neuralgia and kindred troubles Jl goes tight to the spot stops the acbcg and pales and makes Ufo worth living Get a bottle 6 f 5Drops today A booklet witfc each bottle gives full directions for use Dont delay DeIIWldI l45Drops Dont cept anything else to Place oUt Asyrvg 11tomSvrason Rhenniatfcs Cure Co Ne kIOhio and bottle Jt SDrops will eat prepaid v FRUIT AND SsllAthiTRIESi snaoffdf tie re I mark immoutb P1PotaI 1Free Gitalos to Ageht H V1 Billeameyer Suns 1841 t4cx1pton V 1915 old Bcatue It Glues tlJaiof the hot and cold bang hle Me1ts of the old stove The szzlii1g base heat HH warm and cprnfofialire Tbt baby v PAwatin breakfest rooznlntl ewJyjnornln comfort byslm mll ibehot blast aelsav ftoatkt cCMiltatfnkto e lbC tb t r J r- II rrmiTNI I 9 v r OO iMuu WU iii Local Happenings Ihteres The Freshest and i All AlUut Yourself Friend It i I itt Acquinintance l W uu J eJtbatIseJ EQR SAtETwd Poland China Lc3AIrs G L Wharton 31 d J Brandyt Ptn fieldrtShas IorbaTh one lon lvearlll1gi r 1ft Grates and fiinfngawfor e- JAIZinalIstove1 For Sale A fine Pnoeoixalm1 ot i Mrs M rgaretP4ierSf 7 f F E2To rotms soita houe1cpin M fJOSWELL r IIt Li e forfertiIizin- 71cr g- nJ the KIln an Y t tefieii Sqptembjer 15 m1 HenrY rawrence1 9auLSgt gates w II i1iEs Sonsi Oalt arid see sample l i C L Bdy Spring e1dr r1 8 has for sale 500 gticTd native dtockewcs TJK Kidwell Springfield Ky rjd3jiJjir sale 6J high grade e to caIveLnv1ayth What abqutyoar stove pipe We put them upV tEdeIen Barber yjOde of fie fiuest ShetlandIiponJes nth State XNew Stan Iopandharness for sale JL Allen Te Womans Cluijj will meet at the home of J irs 0 Tr Bosley on Wednesday Oct 13at 8 oclock p m fMrst terlain the Daughters of die mContedoraoyitjbeing tie anniversary of t teBattle o Perrj vlle all numbers t are urgedto be pteient- Republican Spea1inL RepnbihCj I j Lieutenant G rernor will address he voters of the county at the COurt Bouse next Saturday t bHet able speaker and a man who cat 1r enteriainihis hearers We feel thrt a large crowd wrll greet him School Fair Oar eqtcrprisiogi School Sup erinter dentis now prpparing her p tmium list fort the contests IiP in the cominc School Pair which jwlll te held shortly The premJitjiu1ust is rather a large one em brsdioga large number of go d iniJalsls well as many smajl pizs Thesa prizes will b e giveq tu pupils who sbow pro fictoncv in the various subjects and demonstrate their qualifica tions in wriinjf composing ath letic exercises ana nianual traio Jrig wpprlf The lair was held at the Opera House last year and was largely attended both by pupils and parents There wasI- No More Doctor pills when you replace the stove with Coless Original Hot Blast Cleanliness and Rreholdlnc re volts not excelled by any bpze borner selling at twice its price These results give healthyroiy- cheeks to the children and happy Tjeartsto the parents Bsidesnil this thc uoranteed- tjaot saving soon pays for the store Biitnsanyfuet hardcoa oft coal or wood Jfyou jtave an eye Jar comfort arfdi con moa will come e today Ii CJt NqatJkeiYotr i lPite Last rL IA J lt J + r ln FdD LP iir r 1pr I VfU r f Mayes of Latest t f l tfOPIGs i ftftjaft ftft nnnn PlDRExtraction Specialisti ontFcar Modern Denttsfryo tPerhapsyoufJufi r with yourteet cttht n becaue8 ouare aJirafd of tHe dentist You hate toJbegin although you rca 2e tIle serious dangorjn bad teeth td your entire system If you know a kindly sympathetic intVolkyoul WouldntyouThats Do you suffer with pyorrehea loose bhedinggumstulany sore ldedIButTeri1or dismissfearPricesa kd time All work guaranteed liveiyi competition for theyarioas priztis4and much splendidwork done hyittre pupils yet last year tv Sasoiiythea matteancjltis expected that conipetitipn vll be much keener is vear thaq last year Thiy Pair ijjas already resulted in fDucho c1i that it stimulate rivnrYbetweelpapilg thncetiveworki8sbeeh done l3side- uiraI it 4j acquaintance b nveen ttie pupils of the different coun ti enIv Change in Ministers The Metbocllst Conference welt al Hartford last veolci and j a4echanges in the assignments of ministers for this conference RKV O It Orowe who has been tbe popular pastor here for the Bradenburgtry1wIerohevi1j bbnparoi w tfie comingyear While here Rev4brow has made many last ing friends not only intiis own U ck TCras vellIWe have always found hiina road liberal man meeting every bcdy with a saiile While we regret to losq Him frdm pur midst yet we can congra ulate BladenburA ott receiving so rorrbyamai tiThej Tvill bfe filled by Key S LOCowherd who comes here from jVwt Washington Mrb en pie chiug t le Go p I for many years ana we tlell tbat he peopiebf Springfield will find In ohwai i and worthy minister In The Courts TheFirtcal Court of Washing too county has been in session beingtheflrst matter presented Torr cot aideralion wastho passing upon and alloDCQlJf heepclalip lhe tax ndioi the present year is about WCu Presuming that thteis joo und correct it would i d cum tbat Illrencel only 000 canines In the OOun tludeCrQaSE have more voracfoea appetites tdnrlusjyearlandclaims wilt be approximately 28 fi1jlopoor bouse keeper were presen ted and allowed COnjourned for one hour iiI tho r 1Winoonj Vjthpea s on of blhufndImilt race tteut Maud ITne od bridge has become in a rowe hat dilapidated coudliioH and f rlofrl altatedbut the Jndeemedt tbe old OLtt snd 75 wnHap k proprjaied for that purpofe fi AH nday WAS the rtcti rtermf of the Springfield Polfc Ouurtl with Jfudge Noe presiding There was a fair szea docket nit several Vefaulttjjudgments Lrthere JwSJ iRued on Yates and attachment issued t onc11levied on proceeds Riley s wages The court after hearing the proof and aj ument of counsel gave judgment for tpart of vates claim and also for 10 per cent of the attached wages There was a lively scrap l fiomelI Twins Die IMr Elizabeth McLaughlin lifts tacived word of tLiecatli- f her twin grandchildren sM and daughter of Mr rs Jumes McLaughlm Washington Oily where hereI have been living for some The children were born about twelve mohths ago They eactJloththe same caskett Oldest Resident tDiea oJI 1SpearsMasjnsf Home iit Shebjvillej 1a st Monday morning the old est native citizen off Springfied has gone to his xeward I Spears fatherMr David i anie to Springfield about VIveir 1820 and married ElJz bfthGibbUis and Mr B Spears was born here April 6th 1824 In the yealr 1846 pears became a member Masonic Paternity and orderI timebf his death was the ond oldest member cf the of the State Fe was a of high character and jmannersWhen the War broke out he SitliIe Southern Army tIIIKeotuclytIII that so 1nnyof its commanders were killed in action He was distinguished fo his fearlessness In battle andfor his de the cause which he VQPlbe stft r the turnfidto Springfield agwn married to Miss Jane Hundley who died about 15 yea g go MisIIS survived by oije Rter Marie Ball of Ft Mr apron Iowa aod a number ofmleces and nepheAvs are Mrft GID1 amongtm A clI- mn1alt or lIe as s bill bind member of lhe MethodiSSgburch and id The inISpringfield ht9 principle supporter In his eSdv life be inntr the business aUctioneer jjilog in which occupation hliiu- ed ilDoagh is life EJe was vry capable auctioneer rind some yea sago every big sac for miles around was carried by r Spears j He was a good conversational is t and possessed a w nderful jhdmoryi Ht early recollections r Spring eJd and the County were up Until his death very r mvd j Hisi remains arrived here Tues day on tho noon train rind lunar lli services were conducted at tbe Methodist church by Rev R E 0 Lawson at whicli the Masonic Paternity and tho daughters of tho Confeddracy took charge of the rumuino and conducted services at tlfe grave NoticeloThePublicI i rJ1ninvest overcoat trouser and sleevo buttons of all kinds Vel vets for ovcrcpatcoltara Set IOn now In pqsition to do hllv1 garrldget my prlooson rem deing repairing and cleaurnof gar meets and wake yofcf hrst win tters suit or Overcoat do its work another winter at a very lijtle to you No jibj too large or too small or meto cJoAnd dont Jorge I do chemicajl dry cleaning the system that kills the germs and removes it from your garments and a sure cure for spots andiwrinkles without a pain So give me a call phone CR D Springfield OiYTallor P W Buumbaue Projd Miss M Mattingly Miss M Dinwiddie Mrs TP0Bryan 524 W Broadway Louisville li t Uptodate rooms with board Stenra lies t from theWel singer Gauibert electric lights hot water Spi nild tabe Solicit i patronage from SpriugfiVlii fOliYSKIDnycmm i ku KidMI Nd r4 r i J w T l iiiir 1 rc4 I GRAND PRIZES GIVEN PB i Hl 5JJoo 1 IIN OUR BIGI r I v I I LADIES VOTING CONTETi 1r rjr i t I Beginning September 25 IIwill inaugurate 4 a grand Ladies bJIIContest and to the three Ladies receiving the llargest number of votes 15 1918 handsome and useful prizes will b gI en FREE IIMay wine The lucky Ladiesst Enter as a Contestantt Now I I II 23000t thevalue of the three Capi I1IS1 Prizesusieful and ser ble and something every will be proud of my store and talk I1woinan about this contest your name as a contestant and win one of I the handsome prizes or a a 041 l J of of will at of lomorrow Mr in the was to oq by the Mr y a ness l 1 Mr iin j8 It tiv s ht t R Batbtr js spener- n a at f RULES j THE we1 Any or 16 yearsold or over a of Viiashlngton or adjoining coun ties dan the by registering their names atHhislBtbro J2 will ha on iasl l adcplints A representingjiojieTOte WiIIl for ccntpiiuli on aboveltransactions 3 No of connected with ithls firm Will be pernjltted to in this or to contestant 4 sited In Box will be for as voted and no wilt be to jnd turn over tho castforthem to contestant 5 The final count of will be 15 1916 by realdnis ofWashlncjton No rcjf t or any contestant tIe conaL The of the to bs madeiyiji majority vote of the contestants F I y Prize I I MAIUMI j 1J W WiSi every cas from of Stoves Bif 1 and of other article in line paid on coupon vote for each cent beT name on coupon will fb Iballot box and no will know how fiwJ com IIstale KIMBALL t right is reserved to ant ffoir hprizs se i I However due notice will given t l i 1 1 UaII FIRSTI TIRES I J IU Ic1 I f f IIf INotica i i HAIRDRESSING MASSAGING and MANICURING lWhen in sameWe would appre date visit and inyite you to us Q Wathen Blandford f 44i joJ1 I Miss Louise Medley Owens boro Iisthp gueal relatives heto- B J ScanneTl and dauRhter Catbarinabf Louisville tanli the sale Jthe ScariuelLlanJ IMr and Mrs BaH Cecil hveI r raed home Train South JarI diina wbero Cecilhas been engaged Lobaccq batipesa Mrs Vice called jTaclc Micb illness of bar- aukhter Viola Earl Cam Louisville 9q 1tuJoseph Price pene Smiirj day Louisville Mrs Shaunty JslUbg Lou svilh this John few days Jawslf Srlu- aJ c Bears t IDF CONTEST woman young lacy resident enter contest Votes given atwi coliected coupon e given every membor family vote contest enteras AllYote dip contest IJallot counted only contestant penplttdd withdraw votes another allots l made May three disinterested parties connty memb isTfirm being proicntat selection judgss my my for every oe accounts one one it be one t A th lf+ fit be S95O s 1 needof t c4 PBRSON Miss r iebillnoow y day v j v IPr Sale Ii desire to offer tot sale privately farm consisting o188 acres 2 miles east of Tatbam Springs This f urmis In JJ good state fop caltivationV of timberlana land und plenty of good tobacco land Has good bouse and all necessary out- buildIngs v3lose to school and church Will sell on reasonable terms f C James M Hedger l itpdsQorg Ky t 8 Iwf LotMottty Sept ial- adiesl fee Vt11y- Bit1 FindeQ ples9alL331tX ct I i1arins cSTORIAIor Infants and Gholixtx Thi Ktld QIHay the- kiUfltUtO of t FirstPrizeI I t f I r 1 EtraNiceIi i1d VaItw15OJ Second Prize I jjl1 r i lMllbICLI 1 1 i t isUO 1 f Ji Third f 11 1BOOjISLOtIJ1 r Oven tj I purchase stock Hardware Tools jiet- plemeuts Tinning Plumbing any c representing paidwill the purchaser Aftervmting the contestants the the contestants standuntilthe A C The substitutei opipbile metioed 3 1 GRADE RUBBER cordially callandsee Michael phltwasr1nI wetlrI contestant my SQacres j brQ AIIIJ1IIi SECOND GRADE t LEJ ooOI fi T Mt1 I I i Public SaIe IJet t I ffihi g View A1 8StOLII Farm L1 i 72 ii ii 5 xWnj Jr j f r Weeduosday October OftJ t 2 In iJAT11JM T- ti Owing to other busIness interests flir decided W ts 1 ififichoice Tot of stock This Qfferinr eiwIs asy 1 haT H kiNtwi ltis to yourfutercst togire eafsl coei ratIitoanimal that will II sold 1 f j iF 22 H J of HorW tiiH orin V staIiion Ioko Pear Jru talis 1 years old I gelding yean9W2t11l a yiiu1 fJ J ie oW1iillYl year old 2 fillies pohlw Xjr wa W 4 j foal The lines r prM nUd m aWW MieII f i famous sires as Onward Tccjd Gwn rt4t Wilkes a Z KnIghttapd others A bliclcJitek Yoat SSpOIr15 j 1 2OHduMisi i 1 jref black horse mules 6 years eM ItliMMb hIgh ir lm rctlJli34to 10l4 hands bigHf 4 y an edyspa 1 2Tyears old 1horse2yearsoldWeaTms 32DircJcyH The bloiof such champions i Defupds Pe Gel UQft Col Superba Gel Kif P Si urKingig Advance sires that have iadsth WMNIM IMM K t J i i l 2OHeadckPoi1dAa1aCitHS t- lt 1 r t Cows calves heifers and steen yeIM 4ryr Mk t j1 iw black Poll Angus bull J TE8M SumS ot aMuJldereM8 tiAraoaths time with han ahl iwtt 2 j I1JNowAThLcno i i i A l f WoHli Crowfc About I Coeoit of reia pd buisI dIII iiFY1ue2OJ w1IIPn ties Posa Aliq- saper trditb toall 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rapoa1btIiU of I aMId afaln of Ite that ll b aM Iowr hr Ma Tfc Mla rkedd of tb jmjs 1iiaIet srs sa4 Wi Mr to iiIct tk a I riSos i bars aist M ILdjL b sMrasd j b PC I 1 Ip wiastaIstir ta tor far th I e WS art eacm 4M M wttk buplratio aM r w4 flIra hf a wd nor nmmmtrttii Ta r j M sb aM tM ftocM wtt g ft sad Me s4a4iW wia ia i i4aM aettrfty abisUm z j- 4i1 aiiy- IM 7aa p Is f- E- ct wu DMS ier t INtl- b Ia Jr h towai I th1 ssqaisa LUSbfSi tty 4th TIst1 tans per aai WHERE ETIQUETTjE IS STMCt t111I1r ef IP41I sWTThIAM 1 PM taT rtserret 1t s g tIQII 3 W- 1wI O aprid wWMIrr 9ft JMt itiNc MB fimtoetea aaI W 1 M aflow4 t wtt oa a chair i k F1saos tWtUf to 1SS4 aoa UT WMpfmMt to a a roil4a tINJr ft foe peirM OIar7aa aIIA1c 1M kial- bst fDbMit1lfteuODM jwtM- s44 OM iut MlHum to tka k11411 lb aNri tbm sr tha door el Out r kwUy Immediately te hilt of kte BMJMrty And tie lut thM lMtHJt tJM1 pqit tit M of tbk fcMii osthr nfehed their little la ftn IB tM 4Mrt a 4 thea tranrferre4 the Art from tWIr W4tte flngen to their ottfc 4s or taMp and clapp 4 tktlr W 4g Tkte Ktmemy they repeated tUMU M at tfc Jut kneelln plae 1 Ute kIIg aiwsr 111 pttt1 C tM ftlM f t k kai Mious eack other irMk IM t f rs ettHnhtl1an4 we- Dw th tlnlw Md index finger if UM Wt Mud aa waving them It thu beg dI ot sauwer thus or U h Iknut out Jala foot and waved his toe- IwtIkk wu aa tI4th soon rtke Mft Mti at d the tetter for Mali A Bam OBiIttt4to send or take the Uac a shaft at kbi tradlmc products ke VovlA sot H favorably ree veual- llJat expect to He kk majestyI tesa iWTt initM 9t kilt ftgersWellto4a cktefii who filed to said him occaile il freifaU wt also coldly reeclred sad tkwsvisgtee remladed them ot tiMtr Mlif M M Na written f- oet WM ktt tat tM kiq like all MttTM JIM A riaiirkaM Bwaaory for w1fU owlmt to hla awl MV fort KwJwa a dOt was to be paI4 or a ffMBt was d H Ckl fs sadd MM ask kd to rtdrkoMf totkii ktac ft MUM M ordteary IL WJfc t rry ttet tky weM teto kic jeMj NLsai UM PitItI Jhos I KEEP UP UNREST IN CHINA FtrveM It1fltvsrs hi Evil Spirit and Kln4rjd InvWbl Afcncte Source of Much Trouble- It Is a common belief among the Ig aeraat classes of the Chinese that tile Innumerable evil spirits of the- de4 we real and terrible demons TkM demons are believed to be blo to wibject the relatives to the most syll state of bondage and suffering gHperstltlon runs so rampant throughout China In spite of the prlakla of education and advances Made Curing the last decade by Occi dental commerce and missionary ef frt8V that the average native firmly believes In the existence of Invisible affeacieik These superstitious agen 4sa can mysteriously cut off queues ant bring about sickness or accident or other dire dlustersiEeCauH of this superstitious fear aad belIef IB the presence of evil de teoni mahy of the Chinese are frequently aroused to the wildest most BBContrbllabl state of These latter outbreaks excitementI e1e ia dUKrent phase of public disorder and rioting For example In j 187 a panic broke out In which quiae attlnp mania occurredIaIjI J The later Boxer outbreak was a gi gantic illustration of how supersti tious fear caa arouse the average Mon golian 3ndett the stress ot high ex citement and fever the average lgii abrant Chinaman led on by tuisCruI pilou leaders Is made to actually be llevf that alll the laws of nature have for their especial benefit been IUdI denly repealed The Ignorant seer nrtitloifriilnd of the native Is readily worked up to the point where he be lieves he bears a charmed life anfi that kls body Is Invulnerable to rifle tadlets exploding artillery shells at other mlBslleaof war Difficult as It Is to believe therIare native fatalists existing China wildly superstitious that aiforgedai COB np against the real thing In cldental warfare but It Is with suck sopkunrtes that these fatalists in flaaae the uperstltlous minds of their ignorant followers The disturbing and perUour element among the Ce ietlals with their wild superstitIons isI litpoMible to estimate but l4 spite of the marvelOHs advances during the- eIt decades China it sUIt filled with sack dacgerous men One of H great meebof modern China Is HCtloaal method these wicked and evil stateswJierebI ScBoraiit superstitious mind pf the Jue1I cu b ovexcomCIyde WiV w TED Or MATIONAL ANTHEMS An ken Just Keturiwd from London lxa4 Trt Why He Would Like a Inert Kt How testIni itisto sit In an Amer lull theater In war times exclaimed a awa who hall Just returned from Lfta tk other night erilie perhaps but why test fir ai was kedr Ii Yu Jti 90 over to London and sit throvfh a performance In one ofj yonrseifbeIaKesfuulet aatSdnal aatHemsl nightAllltaadll ftolldly up otf Its hind legs phIl those hymns are played Notj with ant enthusiasm mind you re Hgfefisly dutifully solemnly just likE thKJqRvilaa anthem and flnally the Bel ftea Aid at every iHater there iIs ths a1tbt1iwfjrs It XtwUaa natIonal kyma because they wars au iilftcnt tunet 13ut after a Week Mnil aJileft oa Laoa tk ater orchestras you wesM tafia to UTe aa aalmosltj for tt hut aisle la tJae world j MN Pb70 YiwIfl pat tJM b1g t i U tkM BMt turn MeliMi kb rni kITh IOItIhsaW I W started rly JJa the onte tad karrlM aothe rbcq IJ ac 4 1Itc wbwsaki JIITM eo i oe day Ths polsa ad fw b Md Vt wbttomMMM surly sik t day that tky wU b i erusgW ry WOre kIM houas w1ulbrb fruit OMNI Isra iwkours 1sau An OOMM 1or 4ir JoWJ 4a f o F TITLES OFAEECTIOP4A- LMOTLL THE STATES HAVE POPJ R HiCkNAME Many Sources of Suggestlonbut Few f the ApjMlUtlons Are Mallclo- ulaeolraphlcalFeatures Hay Gtvsn Rise to Some Nearly everyone of the states uf the Unloniaa a nickname suggestive of its hief product physical character or historic association and some of the states have a dual nickname of twd or more nicknames which in most cases appear to beequally popular and about evenly employed In current use California called both Golden Ftate and El Dorado Connecticut Is the Nutmeg State the Freertone State and also the Land of Steady Habits Delaware Is the Blue Hen State and also the Diamond State and Georgia Is the Cracker State and also the Empire State of the South The sons of Illinois speak of It both as the Sucker State and the Prairie State Kansas answers to the name of Sunflower State Central State and Jayhakwer State Kentucky Js known as the Blue Grass State And Louisiana Is the Pelican State and the Creole State t Minnesotans affectionately jr famil iarly describe their state as the Gopb er State the Bread and Butter State and the New England of the West Michigan is the Wolverine State and the Lake State Nebras SasoHenpire State and the Excelsior State If a man speaks of the Old North State or the Turpentine State or the Tarheel State he means North Carolina Oregon Is the Beaver Stats and the Web Foot State1 South Dakota is the Swing Cat State f and the Blizzard State Washington is the Chinook State and the Ever green State and Virginia Is repeated ly spoken of as the Old Dominion otajerThe general nickname of Maryland 11 the Old Line State and It is sometimes called the Oyster State and the Terrapin State Maine Is either the Pine Tree State or iue Lumber Ltate Using geographical features as nick names are Florida the Peninsula State Massachusetts the Bay State Mississippi the Bayou State Tennessee the Big Bend StAte1 Vermont the Green Mountain State and West Virginia The Panhandle Animals give their names to Arkansas the Bqar stat North Dakota the Flickertail StateJ and Wisconsin thu- Bader tate Emerson Idea of Dreams Emersons claim that even In the drqams ot the night we are canlet forward accords with all that science or philosophy can unfold touching the onward march of being Itis true that It Is for the active mind that he be speaks this gain and ItIs In the re trashing ministry of sleep to mans mud and body that Its purpose tu hu man life Is commonly found To nurse and refresh him for further use of hlsJ powers the meaning oi sleeps mls1 alan In general acceptation and car tied to fulfillment little more coftld be 1tlt1couldredeeming logic For trujy If afterI lIfs fitful fever roan sleeps dlsl1cernJhimself of Just sifch stuff as hltfdreams wet emadeqt How He Could Find Out Henry Irving In his early days once played a part which In the first act called for a dark stage In this darkness he fought with an old earl didItan Irving would cry out have li joGreatheavensWhat part In a small English town A stage hand was tery much Impreflsedwith the betcame gIto tho ground and spoke the line Qreat heavens What havi t done he Was startled to hear the stage hand lay In a loud voice Strike a match and well have a Iqok ITh uit Not lip to H rLookZ was one young woman In tILe box party at the theater who took glgleIfslae progress play Indifferent to the gayety around her except that her delicate aristocratic finely chiseled features bore a loo- iwearlhesi and a scornful Bmlle sheInrnedat the other jneTnbers of the party Then she spoke to the elderly ma troa sitting by her niCe That Cblck- B In the blue kimono she said Hkiaka au is the Radium Used e wholecutq4fI 150mb of the propertiesI of radium are being demonstrated an exhibitor in the Liberal Art 0Iing at the Panama aclfic al Exposition San Francisco In con nection with a new Invention maxine possible the radlofying of water lox medicinal purposes- Demonstrating the power of tins ailneral promoting metabolism a gum her ofe yoUng plants some existing with and some without the aid of ra dlum are shown Those In the radioisoils to toeIactJve are seen growing much more rapidly than those in cornI mon soil and to have a more healthy Jappearance Il11la tave tor has found a process of impregnating terra cotta bricks with radiumbearing minerals aud these small bricks placed in water are said 10 give It remarkable curative properties rue porous bricks last ale theirJotenctrit18Since eItov8lofthls mineral It kas b tm found that many celebrated vratwrs as CaIsbadand Baden Baden owe their healtaf Ivlnf properties ton dlua The Inventor Claims that his Ir cess product la Ordinary waters UM tuallti s oftbes famous springs Th radium jjwiTiSfci In the matiu Meters or MKsetIv terra cotta k Mown as carpietKfc a formation iHtad malaly 1i Caiwado and Utah Md now preiuelsg threerfourtljs pf t1nJwhich the famous Eurppean springs ta lapregiiatcu ai tlisplayed v SHOPPING AND BUYING aUiTE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO PROCEEDINGS i One Way May Not Be Exactly as In terestlng as the Other but It Can Be Made Far More 0 Satisfactory Of all laziness Ellen Hlllls ex claimed Lying in a hammock star ing at the sky at nine o clock in the morning What wouldnt I give to a ladof luxury baI Is it any more luxurious to be ing In a hammock at nine oclock In the morning than to be calling on your friends at the same hour Isabel Truett laughed piling cushions into the most comfortable piazza chair But I came on business you might have known And I was working very hard as you might have known Working Ellen scoffed slaking to lieve the it- But cushlbned chair I dont InI I was I was trying to decideIwhether to gqt a black hat with blue or a black bat black But how can you tell before yon look Ellens eyes opened wldp In amazement I can tell what I am going to look for and you generally see what you are looking for Ellen sat up with energy born of the situation But ISabel thats absurd You cant tell till you look round I mean you miss 4U sorts of lovely sugge tlons to say nothing of the time you spend thinking it all out beforehand Do yott like ray blue voile Its a beauty and the post becom log thing I ever saw Ellen retarded generously I Well I spent an hour thinking It lOUt color design and trimmings I went straight to Morgans and asked ton exactly those tMngso others Then I drew a sketch for the dressmaker The whole thing aside from the fittings of course took me lest than three houra I think I was 15 minutes buying the materials It may have been 20 Thats argument No i IIHew Is your old rose coming on 1tflushed II took It In and changed itshe confessed i got gray as I planned at first I was afraid Id get so tired of the old rose But wasnt that a lovely suggestion you found by looking round But that Is only a single eramploj It isnt fair to judge from one How about your green parasol nut the blouse j od went liwfown to change and the hats youhad altered and the girdle fStFtook back and cry me c Ellen surrendered I know yjgfsave your time your way heapSVbf It And your clothes are mor becomlng But if I sat down and thought It all out at once cold bloodedly as you do Isabel Truett I jouTdnt feel as If I were buying Clothes at all ff Isabel laughed up at her from the hammock That my dear Is quito another question she replied Youtn ocn EACH SMALL BOY TO READ IpPliiPI it Instruction Given Through afntOld Typewriter With Good tSjRMult j In the W mansiWiIe Companion a mother writing under tjt1efore He tWent to School te1lbitt nor experiences teaching her smaUJj son at home 1wasdeIlightplay with an old tynewrlter He did not know that oUr rason for granting thB privilege was that he might an consciously learn to read and write II wrote on the machine John is a goQd boy using the capital letters because he was nst familiar wlththem and allowed him to copy the sentence until he asked for another Then fol lowed stick simple statements asr He has some ice T like her cat and so forth Before long I found that the child was not using the copy at all he explained that he did not have beeausehe could spell the words him self The next thing was to explain how to write those same sentences as we did to place a capital letter at the be ginning and a peripdat the end We were surprised to see how short a time It was before he was ready to learn to write John had some playmates wno went to school nmjt had learned to read and he begged me to teach him Not thinking he toaa quite ready but nwllllng to discourage him in his atri bltlon we bought a tencent copy of Mother Goose with a few of his fa vorite rhymes in it He was sbjwn wheM tb words were to bb found tolling of the adventure of Jack and his sister Jllf Pointing to each word In turn he read the marvelous story to ma companions then regaled them with the jam about the pipers son lad that of Old Mother Hubbard He thought he wee reading and the first lUna WIt knew be really was Gets Wore tipm ntm IEgypt In torrents In Alexandria Egypt during the rejoicings over the accession of the now sultan Some fifty years ago the statement would have seemed ridiculous but of recent years the climatic character of Egypt has lost Ifs consistency and now we have rain In places where none was known before and more rain where there little br the Iij for new channels for spreading over the land the waters of the Nile Cairo has only two Inches in the year while 500 miles rp the Nile there Is practically none at all Just as the plantation of frees Egyptrnowextension of cultivated lands But it Is nptllkely that all our western civ ilizatlon will ever destroy the waIt derful dryness of Egyptian air with which the constitutions of Invalids end pyramids acre Source of Profit A wellgrown chick from shell to ma ty Isa source of profit X poorly r fwn one is always a loss both in iWght and producing powers It Is Tposslble to expeqt achlck that has- bea checked In Its growth several t1nes through Mismanagement to W ap strong or productive as tlwicap operly crown Many tuxdersl ewli are sees due to Just this riL J J KILL RATS BY THOUSANDS WHOLE CITY JIN ODD CRUSADE Nets Traps Clubs and Poison Used t Exterminate Rodent at New Orleans There Is the hligtl4t death to all rats campaign going forward In New leans that bill ever been OiI jplanuedIi against any Auiertcan rodents persist until every one of the pest that curry bulionlc plague has betn extehiluateth tlfun icJOOO nits nod mkc were IMbtElu ulIurllrbdnI ly short time Tin for eujiturtiiB uitce hUrt cents u head Tbousiuids qt min und boys black nuil white have lJer cbuslng up and down the river from with uets tropIC clubs tire polnoo and almost every conceivable sort or weapon Only two well dvQued wises of the plague have been UlsroVercil far rhese were In the lodging house and ure said to have come from Cuba For tour blocks nrouyd this bouse there has been instituted the atrjttesj quarantine All moving pictures and amusetiient galleries are clu8 dlIuli stre t cars ire not allowed to stop In the restrict d district Nor are tliose wbo HvV In It allowed to go visiting or to attend nay IManyof Ken Orleans are helping the city authorities to enforce theM 1 tI117 regulations A llsfl of strict city or dlnancea has been prepared und Will enforced TheyMe 1beProhibition of human occnpntlun of Htrticuresi The nu proof- Ing of aU balldlnKH and basements The requiring of screens for nil bakeries and restaurants Kverv residence dud place where four is senetl most be provided with garbage cans andI Bedvenger servk I Prevention of dumping of Knilmw withIn trW city limits ProblblIn the sale of vege tables grown within toot of sewer outlets RAJLY TO SAVE REDWOODS Gifford Plnchot and Others Start Fund l t to Create Nationai ParkILuuncliln movement to purchase tract of 0000 ucre or the ttnqst JrKill rtchvood timber opened to sale the tvrililniitlon of prOtrnOtf bll ion Ulfford Iincbot vxvnlet or the United States furltlt trvkeCongusI men Kiiit tlf California and Chiirle Willis Vard both PromInent tluiber owners have elicit ivatrtliiitiul yirunjd i ton luJlulnr subscription fllllliITucr purpose nf the niuvenirnt III fet Ikforttr by G14ccjrt vsuuln Ijccrirttloni iknd Outdoor World nlllly J1h deeper than tippoure In the uimnuncv DhIii UnIt this tnrtt of timber ix tu be pIZrVh d dud turned ohr to the na tloulllJo ntntnt to lit mulhllunpq as- a nntloti rei nnd trilluuiuug school m torstty t ilterpily amounts to organized attempt to wave the coinuier clal ndwoud the oldest rail most reI markable groh of merchantable tlm ber on the globe from disappearing from the face ttStbe earth as It prom bes to do in less thuD nfty years time the present ratuf cutting continues ttIrCONRSCATElTHE EDITION Newspaper Issues Often Suppressed by the AustrianTcbnprs By order ut the rofa ess court this Issue of your papaj ls berejy confiscated for prinunt news which the court considers HlSnld not be made public with sword dangling al b1411OIIfld tinkling In lila baud u1JUfmPtIOll1uCllt with an lip Jpos managing editors room and delivers the decVev It Is the famous Austrian press ecu fcorshlj und coullscation macblne cull ed for short the coullscaUon appam fjtua at work Down below the big presses are thundering along on the Llast few tbausand copies of a big cit It Is 3 oclock In the morn ing too late to make over by tear Ing out the offending article or news Item putting something else In its place and reprinting the entire edition From the numerous rooms which make up the editorial feahctmn there rolls one Donnenvetter and Ver dammtr after another Tbe managing editor orders a small sheet not mucli largef than a hauilblll hastily printtdt that wjll tell the subscribers will not receive their paper that morn lag This saI scene which has taken place frequently In Viennese riewspa1 per offices lately One afternoon recently the editions of tire evening pa pers were confiscated Probably ho cd Itors in the world can telln ninny In terestlnu stories nf that never reached their retilcrs as the Viennese From an American viewpoint of a free press the Austrian press laws press censorship and vconHscatton an paratus Isnbulttthe most absurd nail antiquated Institution In existence Apparently it wit rreated largely tot the purpose of keening the trntb from the public In Austria books pctufe llhtstrat ell catalogues price lists handbills ad Tcrtisemcnts and adviTtlsluglltenitnre newspapers periodicals find publIcn tions which appear Ya8lonalIyi signs and Hlgiilunirds posters In tact everything that conveys meaning to the mind by iDe nKot type pictures or symbols la fljiuject to censorship UntL recently even private railing or visit lrHhi1Il11cprlntlr could deliver the order Any district or superior court may constitute Itself a pre court to pass Upon and onlerthe confl cntioii of riuy nefipaper In Its JurisdlctlouTVlenna Cor i w York Tribuile I OCEAN AERO TO CARBY 24 Cincinnati Man Building Great Machln 1to Cros Ocean In Three Cays The building of an airship intended to lie capable of viimstni the Atlantic In tbrtt days iii to be undertaken by Joseph Orttiind of Cincinnati Ostatid Rays It vlll be aisle to furry twenty tour liU4rllIJlfN j1bl airship vllf be about forty toot high and will Ill motor driven and Mpcclally ioustrftctedt for Unnuilte hurlllis tthmiUI thi jaiverumeut adopt tfiw iiillltnry inncliVne luifluteil1ItZ iiiul powerful priiitelUTx will support ayil aJrIcII twtaiirlV OiJII jvjn in tiutllipiHl with imv rfii juijreUlhriii ami tile pD4snpIs win Iittitit liv sort at iaIlii 44i14e iJ4 si p 5 7 HWIHS r BOIIZED WITCH MAIEl aALrCI rxa kurx Screc- I Ti71w ISKE DARED THE SEA i II I By JACK IiOItMANI To Brittany at the westernmost part of Franco carol In the tenth century many thousands of settlers who had Just let that part of England now called Wales to avoid the rule of IHowrough picturesque her pea pIe JArid as Brittany says a proverb Stubborn as a Briton re torts another And there yoU have In a few words the most striking charao teriutics of both Fancy a succession of bleak plateaus spread over a hundred square miles of Jand showing to the sun nothing but the bareness of their myriads of ama He rocks and the vegetation that can extract a living In the Interstices un der the action of frequent sprinkles and vapor baths exhaled by the Gulf stream and blown over by the ocean breezes This la the countryl Imagine an lindividual of meansize but sturdy muscular vigorous and teeming to have Inslde the skullinpre elements of will of tenacity of ob stinacy than the rest of the world That Is the mAn The traveler In Brittany Infallibly hears the story of Marie LegoflV andi toM by her countrymen Isorth tti1 trip but we bad better tell it andsaVfS time eavoldther a fisherman of Lannlon when the turbulent waves of the firitish channel crushed the old man and his boat on the reefs The fisherman who found the wreckage on the sands went to Marie Legoff and told her about hit discovery II Poor girl he concluded what are you going to donow1 Then with Briton brusqueness Youd better ga to an orphan asylum Do iou want me itj was a pit ful one at first bqt her blood did not otlundaUI1tednfIng her tears llalngher bowed head tier eyes flashing a fierce determlna she said 1Uon Thank you just ihe same John but the sea took my living and the sea shall give It back to meor swallow me altogether And two days after she went out to sea with an uncle The short trips of her uncles boat did not satisfy Marie Legoff as the longed for a time when she could on a bigger boat tight and wrestle with that sea that hat taken her father That time had come with her mar riago Husband and wife having some money put it together to buy a stoop of about fifty tons burden and they went to sea doing a coasting trade If the husband had the brevet the wife was the acting captain and no one oh board tvould have chanced to say a word about Iit People from dif ferent ports of the coast have still that vision of a sloop coming Into port crowded with Balls speeding solently amidst an anchorage full of moored ships and steered by a tall straight energetic woman a veritable picture of determination and daring At the very moment when onlook ers breathless anticipated a crash against pier wharf Marie Lego uttered a sharp order staysails and anchor dropped at the same time and qulckItself on her cahue After years of highspirited 1lfe the end came One day as the sloop pus sued by a maddened sea was feeling her way through a snowstorm and trying to enter the river of Morlalx the boom broke the spanking power of the fore and aft mAinsail slackened and she was driven helplessly against the rocks Between the ship and the shore was a rocky reef a veritable wall over which the sea broke raging furiously Only one thing could save the crew from certain death and It had to be done quickly It was to swim ashore With a line Who would dare to attempt the perilous undertaking The saIIu3 shook their heads and muttered t That Is a sure death Without a word Marie Legoff seized the end of a rope and beganto fasten It about her waist when her husband sprang to her and shouted What are you dolngr Marie There Is Just a blanket of foam tin the rocks you cant get across But the acting captain had not yet given up her command She stopped him with her Intrepid look nAil said wainomorerocks Not Ii I only saythat I will carry the rope Without listening to further pro testation she sprang overboard and dived Into the raging waters After n ge she gained the surface SI Straiaihg1eyesforward by a violent surge drawiJ back and buffeted by another 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