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H ST4LISHEP t ANfr9jMJN1 1883 + ilI l- 1 THE NEWS LEADJ3R I m= i b tId t t 4rof C 4 qtt f jisv rkiotxxx c5 4w t Hj 25 tivy yto SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 14 1915 LSSPE1 J J CLASSIFIED TAXES 1J j WlMMrer there Ii ray talk abat e fev r rU f taXM en goeov grosiX I ur erf Stocks Bonds Notes AwoHnts Mortgages and other MMfc wk insnV2 property has the limits of IttKt ied by Law A man may law fatly Wra all lie can in hs store his chargeijwfcitp pffiwB for his manufactued waresl Itehte cattle his hogs and his corn irbijiftt a tobacco but when bq tome nvestjiria j wffitlty United to ai gross Income f f excedIsig six per cent and SyM1Mr ie exact half 6r more of his irnse for Wes when others get oftt Ir8onetenth earn hbei InvestecI 0TI farming SMvcapttlI IreteeRtud cheap money greases tke wheels of progress and prosperity f TAMENDMENT ro ON AT ThEn PkVNk ELECTION Tke aF1dment to bo again Ttd en at oi5 November Election iwllllt adopted authorize the Legis thaiSriI1f Bt so41l roperty in the silipe ot Ittcks JBjbnda Notes and accounts w ttcfirine taxation to a fair share Gt the harden and reduce the taxes EverytLa w enacted under Its provisions aiiMt be ratified by the people before jJt cAn be enforced had this guaran teW afflit Law Ute Amendment bvl4etctfijkrayHnil yearLfwrfrubllc purposes only and shall be tnltora upon all property of the same briwrltorlalIIIC the ax8Jid jail taxes shall be vl 4 and collected by general laws Tie General Assembly shall have ijforer to divide property Intp classer f ito deterKlne what class or classei 9 pssperty shall be subject to loca taxaUoB Bonds of the State and o q paatles Bjuntcrpalltis taxing and School ilstflfcts SMifnoi be subject tc- tkxttioi J c AHyv law passed or enacted by the Geaeral Assembly pursuant to the pro ylsloDsor or under this amendment vf amended sectfpn of the constitu I lion classifying property anfS provld ii16g a lower rate of taXattojUon per I Vnal property tangible or intangible r harxt hat upon rekrestate shall be oftbliThis amendment was ratified by an enormous majority at the election in but was pronounced invalid by the Court of Appeals because it had ofBlnetyt vldes jt has been advcrtlscdJn lcal form anti In time foirthjs years cXjCtoc and at6Uld recehii larger nitjsrjty than before asrTax paying otors have rjia time to study tii gubstlon arid I TaxCawi f REPORT OF VJSCONSN ITAX CGMi55SION Justice In Lixation can only be at tamed by strict corrpiance with the PIW ThW Is nroyenr by unlrprstil ex ltbrI Mtoa tho law and sets up a standard of JEls ojvn he either Inflicts an injury upon some individual taxpayer or else ke does Injustice to every other tax payer tn the State As a general rule imry he takes the step outside Jalgbtand narrow path provIded by AiJaw leads te greater and more glaring rlaejwaIitlesi and in1 many cases Mgeieeit s into a mere travesty oril I J4IIU4t fAoM ftEoi OF KENTUCKY TAX COMMISSION 1909 v There are two reasons why the lejMtral l property tax has falle iA modrera conditions it cannot be enforced efeclively Secondly because of a mare orless conscious recognition of the tact that strict enforcement would result In a stilt greater Injustice that flow prevailsIThe Attempt lo 1xuU property at a uniform standardvof valuation and at tike same ratbVffesardless of its spe 4C14l eharacteriatic earning power or j tit4 beieOts derived from the expend ile4w ol government violates the prl offendsSpitfwt i I DOW FAIL TO VOTE FOR J7 rl MiMatig1ywNs MDisnv4Iie ts TP CXBrymn WiLfbiY Luii S ae rootti With bod F t tnm theWejSint Gi Iss4ric IIgbt 4ic wa lendW tabe Soltcilt J cIe roil Sprlagfield I 7i r c Sf = ji 7 Intangible I EGCOLLECTIONS OF W B ARil ff The article Below was dictated by Mr Spears shortly be + fore his death L i 11 was born in Springfield Ky dn q th dy ot April 182a m thehduse where Mrs Peters l fttherwsDavjdUSpe abetli Betsey Gibbins MyfatN er came to Springfield about 1820 frsm Penns lvania my mother came here with her parents Mr nd Mrs Arthur E Gibbinslabout the year 1820 Mrs GibbIns engaged In the ter Business and conducted a hotel on tbe site where the oldl Hotel was burned in 1901i T remember the hotelI which was a brick building it was known as the John Wacei hotel Wade having kept it be tfore my grandfather it was after wards kept by George W Wor ald who built the brick addition Mr George J Sanabury also kept it later It was afterwards fcppt by Mr Stark After the war Mr John Smitn and sons conducted itjthen Craycroft then Crouch and the hotel with the additions wasthe same that burced in the year 1901 Mr John J Bosley war running the thotel vhen in 1854 the first case Joftr cholera broke out also the ifirst case of cholera broyke out here in 1833 when aunt Maggie a colored si aye contracted the disease At the time the choler- erokeoutlwasabout8 years of IAlIA small place nearly afl thbj on Main street were and two story frme the residences in a great many cases were right out on the street Iu IclY earliest recollections the well the BobertsonOlay broolre corner was here as1 was also the well nearthe Clerks office On the corner where Mr W C Mc Chords house now stands there lwas a hotel a large frame build ing the same which burned iI IlS96 when There wsrs a great fire in Springflvld hich burnea several house and a livery stable This hotel l was tknCwp as the Calnoun Huuse Thisjas a very old house and wasnot runj lLjtherefurnished water for a great num her of citizens of the townsI hrIDgIin the house when J first recollect it My brotheriniaw James Muratta bought the property icOthCunnngbam Muratta was cabinet roaket and lndertaker he mudul other great deal of Jurniture among things the large Jesks iu the Olerks office and the County Judges office also put the shelving IJheoldCoullty Cierks office now used for the County Judges office He alsol i i i Y Basons Suits and Overcoats Hats and Shoes go in this sale It Come see and be that We wiy save you 750 on your Suitor Overcoat and or more on your shoes or IsIhat We are to show you our price will do therest i 20 Suits and Overcoats Go for rj Suits and Overcoats GoforJt dSI so Suits and Overcoats Go for ioSuits and Overcoatst li1 Go 4 50 Suits and OveEcosffs l Go forr 1 JJ i have some Odds and Ends at about your own Mens 125 and i Shirts go in this sale 1 E i k Mens best work shirtsa QC Mens black +i1MI Mens and Boys Underwear at reduced prices 1 adJ orn planters many of ivhich ac still in use In tile basiu ss lemade most all the coffins used n the county My father learned theJ Jewelers trade and watch nivtfers jI pn1J rnd on his way stopped atT ine Gibbins Joiel in Springfield and there was tvhere he fist sarv his wifej and he was sp peased with hei winning manner that be never got any further than He shortly thereafter married her then bought out a man by name of John Benbrld who was then running silversmith business where Hertla nl Storet now stacda He conducted his business in the same staid for sixty years or until his death Jd Russell conducted tue old shcp in thesa me stand foruwhie remetnbertheIhotel iit has ulways been my jn formation that the eat rest hotel l was re nUfr- s residence now stinds1anti win in the building which was recently torn down to make room for thn present residence it was known as the Blacfcwell house I cannot say that ieicpn ducted it as a hotel PnJbably the next oldest hotel was the building which stood where the Walton Ho ol now stands and was torn down to give place to the Wa to1iIwas a two story brick buUdiigfi with fairly good and was regarded as a ver I Thirty DayGignti Sale 1K Of anfBos Overcoats Shirts Etc fWe going Boys goods ttnYthingin ThisCfapQrtMfhifTheseexceptional Will Sell Regardless of the Cost goodY Overcoatst s1a1S0 115O S1000 750 698 498 xAIour fo90c for68cEsocks72C 1unJertatejug heISpringfield itttI accomodaO Mens bur Mens 6 so Hanan Shoos f RO for Ourr Mens 500 AM lk Over Ijbfor r 7V Uui Mens 4o and4po Walk Oerand Crossett go for iv Our Mens 300 Fine Shoes go for S4a98 398 2i198 248 Boys Shoes faU kinds go inJtnis sale at a Reduction is CarpetsSROgs Mattings Linoleums Lace Curtains 1111OBargailts Drapeies and Paper recolterItioni aughs TavernJrhelarge Livery stable which sttod where fcne SprnptieldUotel now stand was built fovtje l1se of the hotel mvJ1AnchIM long before the war Hughe j I rpbUIJdItKfI asI a tavern by ai Mr Clements 1Ii rkep until it e used jfora tuvern shortly after jwrr He tailed to make his thel Amenta to Bosley who owned t outlRawHrigo tile buck building known as the Rawlingshuise the frame part of which is now used oy George Overstreet as a parber shop i Rawlings there it was not run hptel afterwardsI as Jhe bar room was kept jiu the rt part The building wnch mejl the iot across fromthe presefots Springfield Hotel was standing Itt there when first recollect it was aCablndt Makers shop run i by John Redfoid It was after J wards bought by M rW G Ber iiy who conducted a hotel in the tt jbuilding lenownias the Berry mouse He enargdihe bnild ing considerably and raadeim t prove men ts in it THE SPRING f I Asmost people know there iis fgi tradition that Sprib Befd re ceived it name Cram large pjrlng this ia partly true the difference being ibat if has al IWAYS been my understanding from infancy thatii was so ifamv edl because of the fact that there vere a large number of Springs where it now stands the brst one mentioned is where Mi W C ebliords house nowstands be SpringISpringfieldier tbefi near where Browu Case and nderson Livery stable nT- otands and which Is today rep resented by the well on the side- Walk at that place This spring was back eastward from where springPtiIif TbaIspring the spring drained intoit by rock drain Shortly below this across Main Cross Street back of where the ftpre house JL Barber now stands Another spring whfeh may tilJ be seen pirihespTft woere the L fcN Depot now stands there was another Spring and in diggiug the Mill poud for the arboe Mill which originall v stood there there w is dug up a tin can doubtlesarused t as a cup at the spring The iMIIJ pond was in the low spot just South of the depot Ota of the finet Shetland pOll osin the State New Stat hope and harness for sale J LAJten ForSaletAt1nePlioenixPirnMrs NewestJ Mens OnfiXot poir Fairly for4 iiiff Mens i lot 450 1 All sub Mercer Gpuji ty shot Down Simms Who Hangs Himself WIHworker proprietor llarge mercantiie this county sbOt and stantly killed at ocock as he was on customers i his store Threats vengeance against assassin faded at dawn when Sam J Simms und dangling his barn murder was committed lasfnigbt Simms charged with the crime by c Coroners jury Sheriff Morgan lCotinty6icet violence took dehnite shape the law He had shot himself in bead And hanged himself He died latf tbi afternoon the Jay Sheriff Morgan remained at the Jlmint home Crows co in ihe Cbroish villa street wat exprsed in every quarter hidI the siaera critical condition forestaled t ny udditio vhrea s against liia A Sunday sbotJll ietson Jr be rend iQdavM + + + + + + + + t+ + t7 + Wi+ + 9 + + + t I I ocr Y Al w 4 tn 4 Mens Sufis r s s s 7 jJ+ fit are 10 ourl stock or and of all kinds and this will give everyone who is in need t These + i sible and make your selection RememberiWe = + convinced 5 to + anxious + + 12 111 for+ 7 ++ Io We pric- eY a e and Crossett Shoes i shoes i Wall 1t ceasertt died a I t 1 a a of a a l + + + While we are Reducing lour Stock of Mens Goods we are INCREASING our Stocks and Sates on Ladies I Suii Cloaks Waists Corsets Dross Goods Site Dress TrIrnmingsjosiery Glom Etc L JUST RECEIVED a newjine of Ladles and Misses itst i Cloaks at SPECIAL PRICES for this sale i e tjt JP r iWe have on sale a complete line of Gossard t 1 Bonton Corsets T rr Our stockUf FalUand Winter Dry Goods his keiire teived and we offer some special low prices for tkssaic 1 3 Siwing Iachinc AtSI398t SI198 and They are worth almost ckHtfrte take a took at them Have all tile attachments and are flaranteed for W years Mens 3PO Hats all StyllesC go rOr LJo Mens 300 HatSCGppd Slyje rgo ffbrfriV h 25o Hats NewetIa11 Styles go forI ifMens ts CfbodSnapeV go IOm Lot it seasons 3oad5oHats Last 248 s198 S 198 5150Sl of Bpyss and ioctHatfor 5ikI Mens andBoys5oc Caps go in Itat 3C si i ASSASSINATED WHDeBaun Man by Sam and of store at Cornishvitle was in 8 waiting ja of the was f from a rafter 4n The was John herd hSnie beforewhiaperod more But Scnrischeated etia jTbroughout ItS precautionary aieasur lect d Indigtialiun tended to at + i t reduce f Underwear and bud will Guaranteed 35t g stlesUTKOJor A l s rgg assortment of Trunks Stean KlTrunks Suit Cases a- 14 IJ J nand bags at Special PricesJ l ItffItThe RobertsonCIayLProoke f Co11 ICOf rJn 11 f Yt II- a I- i4+ ++++++++ r+ + + + + + + t HHHHHiHM L f l I 1 1 2 s 3 4t servioLst1bciJ 1IEWW IIIenowasthe cause of UM ttgedyjf w TJr1 v I Mrs Slmmi Wai wr4n tb leesbn atbePMii 1itl ArA tcpreviously hPjnik Lt r If 11 receivingt it rUtIfPii be BauD demand bi Icw U U saja love letter 84Mttd it wasnotI He insitt jpimW ingjt She refWMd WJKML h attempted to forcJtJrshetotd him whatitwasbt JYwas not satisfie4 Tbs WMI theaper atthouh b4mswa a aulgd tob sliflr1i 1 altrnesle II knowItjayjSst4 M k4 cried Bet befoc id IidL will kill you au4 iAMiWU Tie wife edffto0 h f ohgtotho hops ofa4siv 1 Simtas remli A IIIl iI3dsrkneas te wsa foo IQQnlIHhvilletiid ol jmiI4S Be u iefaabownb J4several men v r fo xhis draft jloPt DtHSrt WM counting the dfc JtiPJtbLie aid oiJ 4B 4uu1QYJ 2 rl1l 1 i 1Jt Severalwet Xhd girl was MpdjbisrienI thewinoownahrI1SimwswaItedthiilosr t he counter bef4ihitijgta r l bi r JjJ tTbe girl beieved Io lam ItcZJIiWexptodd untttner snclsi tratiJ upon her tnlTooMMir w 4 tlrtell deadtjo4 thVlbdtf Aft tshot inatwound 00 her M Jiia1oarfow Mcapt of thiclii r 116 1 hi the ttorrbaifrIM tfrojggtgt NO isa ga isisifI PttrDiBIIllWMi w I LM SherffiMctjr itl b 1 41isl keeperr efti i a2t6mobjthIist IliltstenfWrltl1pfP9Mh1 M 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oclaok uocutottid ibtiMiMaloi wound I i ForSale ferLiJg ttlper iou at li44ifl alY llW- btft Septe ber 11 lieisrj4re l Ml KWSIEAMR WlttiOWBLDKY pI 1 iYau L- Yt L rf Jrt sad PWhlher rl at 11 Ywrt 2 e111 te1111t a sMlsr L V1ftllATIO TICICFT f S1Ae 4werr- Ir A O1ThXLZY lice LirtawfGeetsor JA D BLACK 1 i i rte IIcrJ I r Ar xltb LOGAN f ff jj tistMt7ef State tf4 UIINIZ HAMLETT I i cAuditor f i w n It QJUNE Te TM MH r 44XQOOCTASTER JM ChiJt 0 mt vl Appeals I WI JW XZ O- Nhtuut I tPsiic Instructor YO Quart 1t1 7ROM i i ecgA rknltiir AIOOIUf J 1 IpAri Ostrfeianer- ttt J fIWT DOOTXIT- 1a l j JOWlw CEUHDY 9ft p Mi tfctlve 4JRDUUAY TK ci it Jeiga LTSjtXAV L Pr cM lruJlha Attorney W1LR 4 S 4O ek track t NOE r a AO SSUtley did the Li ir Mi he beard a ii11 nos Zd P Morrows tB Wortttr tiblred to speak fcr Ub t WM rMlratn d from Aotef Dt1sMMrt JifitHioM which prohibit AiMf Neerb froM participating rStaaIeyrehi Mapplfiii fhNI Wthe bear be removed t 1o Ikfa NUMV sill permit the i ItPMtmr to s Iris the brothers + 7 Tto 3J MD iatic Campaign 4lrlMBfe out aBd copies kai fctyt Wek imit from the t ihiiiyiniN tU Galt House I to y naiiiiii 1ttiaaU in all fM ie lte taekf The ftrat MMi IftiA to tie who are to feint HM e1tNr tit They may f iw S MlMA MM ab wlantma ti MelfeiMeiMd i the book and bep s i preparing thei- r1Tshok eevUkiBS the record oflNItoMtcnitk a 4 Bepabli cm peri tee ia b 4kvii v nation Mf Ktree fire4 l iaformation =iMiff srarbip of If lip fact are left otttWUeh will tie valuable to tlifr MM eovkMt between the t j ritieia tMM mawgement M Jfcrtrad eveo the plat Wit for may years 11 sieat forth Particular liiMtjieJiMdt njiofi RrjMabiic xi Pite e cfcf i are contained lit MM Wok butt printed in feM Ifbey are the ejpeecher of MM gaberaaierial candidate A Qf Uy t t Glaef ow ou Sepr 1 hto ifiicfc delivered atj levlM pa MM subject of good e JI om eft iWh the speech aid M r Ode Jaaaee Bt the JlIftFJit MM the con YrIsafthe lione 1 tftlJactky Sat HVJ 1YpMeM itttmnwMke Kbylde iii t1 G- elWIJ1 rrtttt 1 wr firJ trutt wg w faft t 1 NOtice To The Public Jw I am now carrying la stock cot V8tr overcoat and sleeve- tiialwxsof all kinds Also coat fett oyercqat trouser and sleeve buttons of all kinds vel Yittie for overcoat collars So I am now in position to do any kind of remodeling ota gar aaente ladies and gents so come and get my price emedeling repairing and cleaning of gar inents and make yOt last win tars suit or overcoat do its work another winter at avery liitle cost to you No job too large or too small for me to do And dont forget Ldo chemical dry cleaning the system that kills the germs and removes it from ygur garments and L sure cure for spots and wrinkles without a pain So give me a call H Phone 6E Springfield Ciiy Tailor F W Buumbauer Prop McChesney also delivered at th state convention Among the issues dIscussed in the book either in the platform df 1915 which is taken top sec fioniby section or in speeches are taxation the condition of the treasury good roads schools invisible jgovernment public utilities corrupt practice and franchise Stanleys personal and po iti cal record is Covered in fnlj A good deal of space in the book bfijag devoted to a description of bit career as a public man and whit he has accomplished 10 the CongtS3at tin 196 pages and is bound inconvenient form PERSONAL i MrO A Thompson has e torhtid from Louisville where be underwent an operation Miss Katie B Flangher of Bardstown spent the latter part of the week with relativjBS here Eugene Shehan Was in Bloom field Sunday j Miss LonrieThompson is very ill with 8ppendicltJSr r Messrs H M Grundy andJV Oi McElroy are in Chicago lii this week on business Mrs Louis Rogers spent a few days in Louisville this week Mr L O McCarty attended the State Bankers Meeting at Frankfort llast week Mrs Emma Martin wHo has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W B Leachman returned to Louisville last week Messrs C H Mclntire E H Cocanoughar Robert Noe H L Smith W G Roberts and E fl OttBipbe1 were in Bardstown this week lMr Ben F Simms was in Louisville Tuesday MrW P Ierriit was in Lebanon yesterday jfMr 4I4 mother Mrs Myrtle Coffey bas re- tarnedhome from Louisville J Mid SNettie Madden of Lebajl non visited friends here ester day f y I I IRe Q Rand Mrs Crowe 2kIf 1 iNYrtier Weslt l about9QOlbs- yaw andSp ga 2low Jl esi WeIJb frossi 901 200lba 21i wagon 1I harro1f r TkekiICtoWl 13 4iai le Hovel WAS STAND- Shetestifies Was Restored to Heajth by Lydia E VegetableI Compound Lackawanna N Y uAfter my first child was born felt verymiserable and could not stand on my feet My sister inlaw wished me to try Lydia Pink hams Vegetable Compound and my nerves became firm appetite good step elastic and lost that weak tired feeling That was six years ago and I have had three fine healthy children since For female trou bles I EVPinkham Vegetable Compoun1and ieworks like a charm IdoaUmyownworkMrl A F KREAMER 1674 Electric Avenue Lackawanna N Y The success of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs is unparalleled It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements inflam mationnlcerationtamorsirregularities t periodic pains backache ClUing own feeling flatulency indigestiondIzZtness ornervousjarpstratioiu Lydia El dPfnk hams Vegetable Compound is the stag lard remedy for female Ills Women who suffer front those dis tressing ilia peculiar to their sex should be convinced of the ability of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound tore store their health by the many genuine land truthful testimonials we are con Istantly publishing the newspapers If JOB want special arlce write td IjilaRPlHttaM Jfeaidae Co coafl deatlal LJBB Mass YW letter will Beopeafd real aai answered bj wemaa aad keli IB strict coBtieacc and daughter Mrs Fratber of Madisonville Kv left this mOrni sup for Bradenburg where they will Write their utureb jno MrL B Cain arid Misses Katie Cain Nannie and Cecila Simms and Louise Shaderweis in Louisville yesterday jlss lda Cox oi Versailies i the guest pf MrandMrs Morn Cox t daughtersScannell have returned to Lour U eafter a visitloj l relatives and friends bei Misses Nellie Sjmras and friends in Lebanon irt A Mr Garland Shehan isUlwith pneqinoniai I at the bomeof his father l lsi lIaJ Sbudtywi attend the FouttH Gougesc alone District Educational Association at Elizabethtowli Tfaday and Saturday j Mr Tames Sbulz of Ver aailles fpent Sunday with bis parents beret V Those who attended the fam t y reunion ofMr ania Mrs T M Badgett reported an enjoyable time Mr and Mrs T B Plaugher lentertl1inpdRev 0 R and Mrs Crowe and daugh terMrs Praih r Rev W A and Mrs Wol I and MidS Minute McCellun at 6 oclock dinner Monday Messrs H B Eddem n C T Ouucinghain and AMDuncan- were in Bard towny sterday f Mr PJ Kelly w sin Lcufs villei rtday Lpstr Monday Spt 21 a ladies black coafbetween Valley Hill Finder please call 119x LI Martiit s SUBLICSHLBu fwifo Uu protsiulabout three miles from East Texas on the Gordon pikeon f y IfSaliiiiijrOetoberr e 2 lr 49ii iti1 Vts t r i 4r J J AT 1030 AM f kNfto thhiahltbtdderour farm cpntaining 93 acres Said farm hti on it a food newSroomnous with two porches and all nedessaoutbuildings good tobacco barn 40x6O This is known as the i i ghborhoomdcbKi a thetyPERSONAL RRCfpERTY wi1ia yahtlir 4 t4ll 1rt1yarliagMer 1 a yl i wJ MISERABLE COULDNT Pinkhams I I a i eguesisPJIJr lastSucday ngMr 21 bo cultivator ieoaioil tankw teytanks- 2rubbertire i biigffjm harness ah i tSij 2 straw stacks J 26Q bushels ot corn 150 bushels of rye 110 shocks of fodder 20 shocks ofnorghum- Household and kitchen furniture tIjcash reraaIno Jv2 3 and 4 years OShberaonalty all sums under 61cash over tha LAWRENCEt BROS SLt LA ctienwl Lunch Servei on the grouni t i li f6 0 f 7 tc i s itciRIlt lltN IR11r i k JL s t a fI iD r aJJI i 4 r f 1 1P C Fri 1 t f 5 i D = = LAE JliiiJ T Ii ri jJi l r r t tf4 1t Pursuant to an order of the United States District Court for the Western District o rr IPntueky in the mat tf ter of R H Edelen iI D Bankruptcy the undersigc fwill astrustee of the Bankrupt estate oh i Monday October 22551915 at j p 11J kt- t 1 At the Goupf House Boor in Springfield Ky ip ISell toe highest Bidder 330 acres of fine farm land comprising what is k wi 3 lhc f 1t R H Edfelen farmand situated on tbe Lebanon and Springfield turnpike one and 9orie half miles from Springfield Washington county Kentucky said turnpike dividing the F farm into two parts approximately equal size t v r The tract lying on the Western side of the turnpike is equipped with excellent framephouse large barn and all other necessary out buildings v V The tract lying on the Eastern side has good tenant house and large Tobacco brm J I All of the said farm is in grass except about 65 acres now in cultivation Firm Ys Burleytobacco f ti ytravelledI and best kept road leading out of Springfield or Lebanon makes iit particularly tf ir desirables as a stock farm f v V v j S CONDITIONS The farm will first ta sold iiniwo tracts as divided by the turnpike and thei as a j i I whole and the highest bidi accepted I tr vs eqwilJBtki niiliento be retained therein on the said land till the wholeof the purchase money is paId r aJ informationfurther writeFor or see w 12 l atl iv f Ii r v BENtfI + SIMMSF 11 iIt gI Trustee of R H Sdelen Bankrupt4 Sprin fieldtyI 1 lt t t 16 16 i 1t 1i1i 1i1j 1 = 1111a L The FUsstof the Ticket orIn order that the democratic party may bd nbIgt invite a cabinet of Its own to sit at the table when we celebrate oar great victory at Frankfort this winter It boho vas every lover of the Pnrtc to vote it straight Givq the Sato support to the iniddle and tail of the ticket that youijiveAinto thehoad and bare wiljjbe no douhf of great vicory for as to ceebate We have the ticket made lip of as tine mh terial as eVer weit I fore llt3 t oneIsoas to enjoy R regular od fash toned love Jtlit Stamp under the rooster and iieti her RO at thatf SubEtantraion i Hows the hotel you topped at In SpottsTillo asked the tlrstminer j i1 could be arrested for saying what I think of that hotel answered the second drummer Nonsensef Nothing of the sort In fact oae word led to another and the landlord bad me arrested for that very HUB llnL u 1Q piIJ I car r e Mr lulu rr aOWti l were glad enoa t srkfor dlaaer fvThat tart lbw bra ITe yesrsa err qt tVYeLi attack of acme iinllit s s jqT rt4 a J Q f t 1 Q Q afr 1t tl Q I ti AN OPPORTUNITY 1I fw if d j t 5t I ttt f t tt- i THURBDAY AFTERNOONa1 J fzO iltiie fi tI i l THURMAN PETERS i fl if tfA atYsyIYI4 A10 1q U leAnnuall SaIeo Horsei xfv 1 M q i 1r Aar JIIIIF l At t1 + y ti1r WJRfake place They will sell for whatever those present are t- d rlr t F j ti + ABOUT 70 HEAD including some 20 or 25 large handsome Brood mates mostly in foal to Rex Monroe and thf i wf fTSresi r l l l wopast30 days and they are buying tlieinetiery day It IS thet taIc all ovetJ8country you seitin every stock and farm paper tla J ai de iSaxoutirsI good horses w ilt behi her tbantibeter teen Why wont t ti you farmers to atttnd this sale and p ck1ipb rj Yalbi tglent brood maree U te t f n41j THURMAN PETER I t Jtb r TREESJ F uJtJrts adel F fg SlfJ1 liIP arDiiE gu Pthnienfld YtleJ1jlprohnrd Liawi WtI and Jte Agents T Gtt ouri OtuiugS- I 1i B BiUaDl ler o J J rxhigtn L j f At J41U1J iJ t by iiIft 1V1l Snrgeo to9ainQcnourtt P m Over 1l y1onsDrug toiej DR YiSF TRIT- SiYDENTIST OIeovcr Savdqu Barber Pental woruaSPnab1pticeS 11 yorJc guaranteed = r T = fDr R JfMMiLTOA- SpaiIiELptY c t ti 1 i Cicif SetPhon office 730 to83b A kIHours IOQ tQ 300 r- DWhYATT 11 Office oyer SprinRfield StatJ Darik Office hours 1036av r- nto12m4to5prn WF GRlGJBy ATTORNEY ATWOSce 6ver FeoploS Bank BPRINSFJELIJ KYA SPECIAL TO WOMEN The tiiot pconomlcal cleanalnff and jpRnicidal all antlaepUca Is A a IaUe Antkeptie Powder to beiJMt lTfdi m water as needed Asamedtni4antIsept1oIordOuchIn or ulceration tf nose 1Mat and that caused oy feminine Illff It Uaa no pquaL For ten ifears the Lydia Plnfcham Ifedldne Cohns reCommendeflPAxtlna in their private correspondence with women which proves its superiority Women who Iucvo boon cured nay It Iis wortji Its weight In sold At drt1ggIsts50c eboxor bj mall The Piston Toilet Co Boston Moss RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS BlVEN u1CI4iELWF Pan leaves almost 1 r as if by inagic when you b lnusing5 Drops the famous old remedy for Rbenma tism Lnmbago Gout Sciatica Neuralgia and kindred troubles Itgoesrighttothepo and pains and makes life worth living Get a bottle of 5Drops today Abooklctwith icachTxittle gives full directions for use Dont delay Dfimand SDrps Dont ac cept anything else in place of it Anydrus 8Iet vtfffy yoi If you live too fat from jvdrug store send One Dollar to swims RhenmatfcCure epiTNewark Ohio and a botfle bt Drops will be entjprepaid CASTOBIAfk lafaiiite and Children Thi KiMl Yo Have Aiway Boup ar L = === t titthY U TOWN UI i =i TJI1 Freshest and Latest AlIAboutYoursellVFriendsI 3l ndhAcquaintances J j hnnn1ujl ITpit 5LIiWo Poland CUipa B 9 W dI pf G umartonv 1ol3 il AlePhoixPaIai Mrs Margaret Peters 31tt ngI roan Shoilirn bullsfJ jo V Gtni sn FIirlingitr tile iUit jhii k aidcopIciti gi sto7e f laleria bfr r M One tiuest Shtland paxites in ihg Ste NewSlan hopeiand harness for salern J k iLAllrn- t M teit sJel u w7Kaks Sans OulIantd ee sample lQ L Brady Spriagtle1dr r y has for sajfe 100 good naliye l i O9re1Ve t T F Kidweir Springfield JCv rr 2 has lof sale 6 high gradE heifersVduelb calved ith May Wliai about your stove pipe iWep t thrn up IJ Edelen 13atbEr FdR RB1f Two rocms suita niqIoi lig1lthoukueping Ji M B OSWtL r Mr ind I MorrlSONtifl arif rrejpicinjj over the ar rii al of a daughter Mn and jMrS Joseph P6liu arg rejoicing overthe arrival oJ a daughter Ther6 will he no preaching al tile Mgthodistwchurcnt nectun day on accbUjnt of the pastor be ing in attendance at thaiTennes seecoUferent Sunday School at 10 oclock Iiithe publication qf the pro gram for the School Pair in our L la tb issue theornshowed a premium for James Whitcolnb Ril ys poems dor ate fjy Mb J JW JMilJes rwhon the nann sIiuuIdhaybcen MrjsV T J Miner i v rT i ft f HjbnJ Edwards win ad dress vhevotdi sot W shlngti couuty at tile tJouft House ith Sprinanedon Monday Oct 25 Judge Edwards ii5 one 04 lbe best orators in the tatnd itvll w nttQ lear a good a d faikiuoned DemocrUtic speech qotce cmt arid hear html Jvdes re tjseli privately m firm of 100 acjes located abou pne mile ffOm Prederickiown Ky i 1SweIriwprotetlaudJAas- Qtti good 5 tqom d celling gpdo tpb cco and stock4arnad othI nietTuI cutbnilaing Is wel- 1LlntItk byV good aprings v and iaasgood well and smtt orchard WiU sell Qji reasonable terms if I S B W1eat1ey sale of the Michael Scan ieU lands was held on the prenu ses last Friday and the larnr ntaining 95 acres was pur Coles Hot Blast in your home Will make your fuel saving dividend equal a 50000 Savings Bank Account 1500 to 2500 annual saying over previous Fuel Bills is the rule nwith families using i Coles Original Hot Blast r thc Cole Manur ct1ring Co of Chicago festitpates that their first half million Hot Blast Heaters have paid dividends to their Owner mounting to 50000000 in actual fuel bills saved Now is the time to A wasteJani T JiidraftaSJcn A4r Cait pu fted door It D y I t cOJurel i r May s LocztlHappenlngs e i JV The TOPICS UJlnnnnnftftn nnnAItn W V STALLARD iSpecialistIi lbBt Fear Modern Denttstry Jj+ iph ethIneglectth m you are afraid df the dent1st yourea1izet1Hyoqr entire system tf you know a kindly aympaihetic Pantist who will numb all feeling ia ypur tiieth fefore doing the least work W4ij1dntyouI 7 exactlyDo loose m91fyteldedtoThere no longer a itiecessity for sufferfIorttIf you require the extraction of one or all your teeth you may dismiss fear Prices wctreinely moderate for a urn ited tjme All work guaranteed Abused by Arthur Smithat 25 per acre The sale of the per Sftnal property ofR H Edelen held last Thursday was well it tended and everything brought good pries Byervr tjeacher ill the county wJio can possibly do should not lose tbaoppprtunity of attend- Ing the pirib Uongressonal- lJistrictCOiveIition at- tQjl Elizabeth E fucatioijal subjects ofr nterjslt9 all will be discussed I Ron Edwin P MorrOw the Repablfcan nominee for Gov ernor wiT address the voters of Wasbington county at the Court Rouse October 19th in the inter estOf his candidttCy Mr Marrow isa Very entertaining peaker aqd li mocrafs as well AS Repu6licans like to hear him talk v Rt Rav Dnis QDohagbue- Bishopof ouisviUe was in the county Mondav administering the Sacrament oC Confirmation in the different Catholic churches 1 ere The first services were h IdmtfSt Rose whele a class thttyere cpiifirmfcd he then came to St Dominies at Spring ieIdwbereii c nfi med a class- o thiriy eight Leaving on the af teruoon train he stopped oil at Croakes and went Over to Fred ericktpwn where he confirmed one of tne largest 61asse thatt h sj3gen4 confirmed in the county for many years numbering 184 To The People of Washington County Ii wboforfi1erJyl Fire rusurance Co of New York hs turned his oooxs policies etcj over to me and those who are insured in this company havo a rIgJlb to ftel grateful for their security atd Iklndak them for their future insurance in this old live company and a1sa in the Kentucky Growers asits rates are lower yet secure and ta jossshould vrtake you in eUher of tbe Od cow panie you may roat4aa4red that you wIll r c ipr Hnpta d judlcio aJjustmant and promptly get your 6bcck for same Mot Respectfully Yor1 R C Brown f51OOOVerdt In tItiti 6 of Dr Loyd Mndds Acimiskttor against the Lou isvlllb and Nashville Railroad tried out Monday and Tuesday iurtbe Marion Circuii C urtAverdiat was returned by the jury awtfrdm Pldintiff 7000 diratt ies Au appeal wUl be tvkenin the case Ur Lloyd Mudd who lived nt Holy Cross was coinIng to hir home some t1teltratnjit bd and sustained several bruises and cuts from wnicb it was alleged subsequently died v lFjr Sale iI desire to offer fir sale pdiv itey mjfarpa consistingi Of 88 acre t 2 miios east of Tatham Springs ffhisflrm19 in a good staieIbr cultivation sO acres of ticnberfeiid laUd unl plenty of Loud tpbncco laud Has gpod hobs and alt hecessary out oui4ciia foe to school and cbur4h hWiU veil on Teasoqable term JJunes M Hedger flir0dsflurg Ky r r 8 landfordMeclley I Mr and Mrs R P Blandford II announces the eogagement of their daughter Miss Lucy to Mr William Eo Medley The wedding will take place at St Roe Octt 27 LogsdoiBeg1ey Mr Wiltiara W Beeley and MissJennie Mary Logsdon were quietly married at the residence of Rev P F Hennesry Tuesday afternoon The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Silts Log don and is a tpopular and attractive young lady with a large circular of friends The groomis a son of Mr aud Mrs T R Begleland iaan industrious young farmer Shindler Mrs Emma Sbmdler died at the home of H T Shehan in Nelson co nvlast Sunday of old age being in her 87th year She was the widow Qfthe late George B ShndIer formerly of this county When theTjEamily rived here Mr Shindler was engaged in the Distillery butineLi funeral services were conducted at Elk Creek in Spencer county Mondav McCullon Mrs Lucy McCnllon died at the home of her daugher Mrs Robert Greenwell Monday of infirmities incident to old age She was 70 years of age and pr or toJj her marriage was a Miss Bigdon and was born and reared to womanhood in Marion county 101Mr101 iyears ao vived by the following children RObIergood christain character helovl edbvallarge circle of fri nds all of whom could testify to her trije worth She reared nT d leaves a family who bespeak the qualities of the good training1j she gave them in early life and tor whom ahelea yes the heritage of a good name v Shewmaker Mrs Mattie Shewmaker diedj at her home in Mackville last week of cancer of the stomach 11ndcouoty Prior to her marriage she was a Miss Crook being a daughter of the late Harrison Crook a prominent citizen the conniy Ely in life ofI w married to Mr Butler maker who died many years ago 11to11 ShewmUker wasa good1 hristian woman beloved by all who knew her Funeral services were cpn ducted at the Mackville Beptist church by Rev R L Pnrdom and burial was in MacSylller Oemetery She is survived by the following children Messrs Gab Will Butler and Prqctor ohewmaker Mrs Henry Graves Mrs Sum Muyes and Mrs Jack Riybouru Shehan Yesterday morning Washing ton county lost one of her most illustrious citizens when Mrj 1atterse was years age and a lifelong resident of the county being a sOon of the late Thomas Shehan Early in life he VilA united n mirriitgo with Miss Booker Virgin who dUd about 25 years ago Mr Shehan was a farmer and a citizen who always took an Active interest In all that per taint d to the improve went and betterment or his peo pie InJLOOS at lhj solicitation j ofa great number of friends he j wasmduced to became a cmdi l data fOr Representative from Washington county aodwas t eected to that office Aa an official he was ever faithful 10 safeguarding the interest of hisa constituency Funeral services and burial will beconducted at Camp Ground this morning The funeral sermon will be preached by Rev 0VF Baxter after which tbe remains will be tur edver to the Masonicc fraternity of which he was a member I j Election Sealst I AH persons having in their possesson election seals will please bringsame to my om e at J once as we are now getting thQ election supplies ready J4 A Wycqff Clerk 1 I 1T LII GRAND pZE WIEN PBBB JtiI 0 INI 1U R BIQ If 1 III f I LADIES 1OT Ii TETi1 f Iwiil iauWIate a aand r Ladies Voting II I Beginning September 25 I iI ntnlber Qi votes blargestCorttest andmto the three Ladies receivil ig thewill GlUE 151918 handsome and useful p Je e81ven I I IIMay WillBe The IAICKY Ladies c kfltt r a a 4ORtetaDtNOWI lf I I 23000 Is thevalueoithethreeCapif I tal Pnzesusefulandser viceahleandsomething every wo anwill be proudoLI Call at my store and talk I with us aboutt this contest and enter your name as a contestant and win oneof I the handsome prizes I or in or on on it Ct ff I to + ames town I Hon Ohio of the crowds that has been Been at speak ing in the town of last Monday was at his best and held the nt1 bt1Ufl of his hearers for fro hour and half He is the best in the au0 always has the rolls The local has arranged to have the Hon Jame P here county day Mr Ed urds was for the fUr but is ne of the best of the as is the Hon V Mc Chesney who was defeated for the for The exp Mr herO He has hero many times and bas good hearing Rut ESOF THE CONTEST 1 Any woman or young Biriy 16 years old or over resident of irties can enter the contest fey regIstering their this store Votes will be hleandaceounta collected A tting on te Will be given for every cent paid on above transactions member of a fami Jfy tannected with this firm will be permitted to vo te In thiS Contest or to enter as contestantIAll votes in cvnlefft Ballot Box Win counted for edly a1 voted and no contestant will be permitjed to over the votes cast for th 1to another andturnI IE The finaltfount of oallots will made May 16 1916 by three glsln residents of Washington No member oS this finn or any contestantbeing at the cxint The selection of the judgsa ube made by a majority vote of contestants ra I J1Ntlttm1IV12 I1riesV 159 f tOnd Prize MalIbk Vajt Fliird Prize Bois f Vie YOUR FRIENDS AND GET THEM TO VOTE FOR YOU MMUNi IISEE THEIR PURCIIASESHEUE i 1IIJWith every cask purchase from my stockof Hardware Stoves Tools fhgfief Iiitplements Tinning Plumbing any other article my line for ereiy one Ipaid accounts a coupon representing one vote for each one cent paid wifi iif ithe purchaser After writing the contestants tile coupon will be 11y fl ballot box and no one know how the contestants stand iad tie t ft17 lseMed A G KIMBALL IfitYT 11t t Jt tf t1rii 1 T J4nr f I GRADE SECOND GRADE B 510jtI a Al f= H Ip44I Notice Hti1- r1 i 1 flAIRDRESSING SAGi I b 1 ii and MANICURING i iifappre 1 date a visit cordially invite you if callandseeus iiI II Blandfordl t J l iwi rSpeaks at Bards r Mjam addressed one largest a public Bardstown Senator James a oneff orators country a good Crowd Before election around belbendcampaign committee T2awards defeated nomination Lieutenant Governor be ticket suppprtors McChesney nomination committee cGovernorI ejection spoken before ahva3 s a J a Washing adjoining naraeaat 2 givenonc couponreprese 3 No a 4 deposited tye contestant withdraw 5 b e terested partie comity present the i J be will and Robert L Greene The head of the dejinbcratic cket seetts to be sweeping the stale Irtte whirlwind Never tbelcss IIbe duties devolving pp on every trpe democrat does not matistelect1cnttiQ same and fidelity that Mr Stanley seems sure to- getr No man nominated years cin cUim the equal poptffcrity NuIt dUtanfce honest Hob Greenes populuriy No can no matter where he lives or what he doea Is any more nougat of for his theItefeatof every consvvinent un beeblplacedwi dut1esthanis honest Bob Greene OhildrenOy IFOR FLETCHERS CASTLOLA1j J jfirstPriie rj 1 Extra Nice flLValue Th Sf J 1 Stt itaa 1 OiIStoe a ft OvensIr 20 r1t T 1 WHEN and at name i I t ts I IFIRST TIRESI 501 t t a support iijl U L i i 7 11 2 iit lji i f Public TSSale di j f 1f t i i1 We willon thepret1sabosti 5 nls from pi1i 4 Lq61d and about oae mil from St Rose aoii IirtiMOKpilit i sI On Friday Octob22j l49j iiATONE OCLOCK P 1 MISell to t1 JUt ImkUr at p blic t iiI fana ItIIaJ4 i 135 Ac es t iJf Said Isrm has oa it gietI dweUh i a a1lnsceseirs OuthEItMgI Ii lJJ sse4t well sud er1tinsprla ff iW SI oo gssj r A and easy tacukivaU A Irtltm9tifl ocI SZuto Ztbefarm i i TERMS Ooethirci ch rlHii d r ia MM too 4 Jthree etw with Iritauwt V f1 till CMAMI1Ji f f ir lTW rMus Aiectmc t Z iA f +3 f 4Q it tiM thirhy Or R01suwpJt ff 4i 1p A t St 2 fi S t-JA fp IliSUtr1I I t e J f J REENEMA- 1 r t p ltJ 4i Sctsy h SMJI L f l ro EVERY KIND EVERY 1 M p 1 4 z Yw1likuRtIcthI1IiSMYt J t r f j I = = 1= THE POPUUfi GIRL f 0lSaTRUDEWANY Hjs plenty to tenet vera u IiOhed at Wardvill mj tram dtr social iutlM at tk of bur k4skt pretty ciaL faf OM thing a local star INM oterlmg a Ive tarliaoo to the pucc Mful te a Tattoc cootwt as to the Ia n jti1T TCMt Y8 Martlt Rf4Iihy Sht tE sx iie eeJl 1 et diiyivr erullt- r al5cfw is 4tsti4ct BINic1 me am s or PthZ w1tSitoe I k ropl ci8 te ac 1llJilltlllJaftPfil1clal t 1kOIAb Qj 1 Wr l ttT oCHy pOOr discredited u jottomtlA you also fcer shoulders ver V r1is kifthatwlll11llfr uyluxlety I liaye some Mpfe JMtJ long for a goedrfuHl two wMu ot W soag sunshine and tMt 10 HBeli do I crave it that not vbM ef mf trSMMte outride cif the direct lEMHir kftow whtn I am belrIIIII b ateirM Veraaai was eC sir Oicap lips driedl scorn tIIJIirJ I 1M eoatrut djUt acnowI J 4sii iio a aereoUta- 1sL feU wbtE the Kiy aspira ttoic et Miss BtaKhe JUdgeley A Ms k4 P M into hJIilild that Y p tM l cft d to reyeal her rJ iiiilMiilTi yorttkx and rally ar 1IitHIeCt groBp Just to a1 Hays Cwn Here te Rest skew tat kafeful upstart what real MeWl jMttawjtA meant Veras an aewNiiMit however effectually set aaWe b MItiMt tfiat Vera should be OSSS itnm JMr iadifference within tk uut feW7L aha accompanied Oia Mkav a skirt lifted by a Miss JfeM Tjrtar The dressmakers little I workMMM were in a poor part of the tow iiSt as the pony phaeton drew t up atVifiWropt 6lga elevaCBi her eye JoJiMW1ewnWttwe favored the observed satirically thatla thef grand RldgpUji tMotytT i lqThey iiitered the front room of the little lwp to be met by one of Miss t Tylers JKMtetants who requested them to be MSted as her employer was en Ipn4 la tae fitUng roOm Thence In theIache of a sharp aad an rlolcefeJD InlBe Wrasfiing fi saggested the ma lifMHit oulakfkt Mf some tyrovirago fratiac am iaf eribr under the spell of lmaHrfearJ lOEe a ortb admirabl Lady 1Uigelleyr oHerved Olga tna whis per to ier companion and Just then the 4el ctaMeJady leadeof high so Ictety la Wardville flaunted out her features distorted with a rage that skawci yii depths In that perverse natisreSliOi i Ikigeley aoied crispljjo- GI t rW Imaote Uyat Verajind vferai J s flashed sitlw illialured- arlj t echrf wept outto her Waiting autOKHoMte Then Vera arose to foll law OIPM4f tait 4for the In e me At l4a 4realtold Vera paItw gpktkeilc and mov lsg ii1the little dress iaakerg rfabe l girl otnine teca lZ faesido a torn asd1 dMefdf4ricL If cezid4atiii seMlnc oat her sorrow Alter all her fcirt Jiertt from a viclow caprice Mdiiky had gone M a Uul t wTk Iecaue s keraelfka r i4MiCtuiu1ngJ 3liiNic iariMBt from kcr asi fJHM W PS ths 1NIkielLe It f a ut 3S to cet th I all U i- r ths ai M tcomfort her Tew ynm deeply afj ected She drew bode feeling that she was Intruding Its a ifiMM g nrliiaul aasrf eke JOrrterAjis that JUjj l p- 1I girl She Why outside of th- eaoay spent OB ker t y her servile Mtmlrera Miss Tyler here would out f9t her two toOIlet Let me tellt yea Vent=this Rose Tyler Is the idols lot the poor people around here Her father a doctor gave his life to them during forty years practice They tfcefr little jnofciy will UM Kdgeley dollars She struck meras a ladylike beau tiful ctrI v SheJs some use Rose ls a proficient mu sician and culddd to her Income teaching yVera was thoughtful all the jay home That afternoon she wrote a number of letters She did not tell Miss Ridgeley and help the modest little drossisaker All Vera had todo to have her numerous knight errants flock tp her standard Was toadvise them of her place 6f retreat The first td arrive They had7known acu other for years A great many fancied it would even tually bbumatch but no word of love had passed between them Within three days there was quitet a coterie at Wardville Three bfs Verasr girj chums arrived and erefthe Wolcoft home The four young men put up at the hote Strangely Vera seemed to forget her meditated resting upSA series lot enjoyable lawij parties and picnics filled a pleasant program mere infor mal affairs and all tho moo charm TMiss her friends proceeded to sit iip and take notice but no overtures were made and milady oif Wardvlllp was piqued to realize that her petty sHut her out from association real qualLy- Oh you iclcver clever plotter bprst forth TOlga one dayTMAnd so Why what do you mean my dear questioned Vera but flnshlflg con hero for was to boom our sweet little dressmaker friend Rose lYler and she is going to win Thanks to Gerald Wynne and his liberal cohorts when the piano con test ended Miss Rose Tyjer had three hundred votes over Miss Blanche i RIdgeley and the coveted InSptI was her own have a great favor to ask ot Vera said Gerald tha day he and his friends were to leave Wardvllle He looked very earnest ijhey were seatI ed in the garden with no one near them Vera regarded hfm flUtteringly He was a fine Young fellow He had been a loyal friend Must she give nidi pain for a deep emotion showed in his expressive eyesJ Vqeon r cealed her real anxiety A favor regarding she Intimat ed smilingly I wish yOU adviCe in a matter of Love Ie poke th5ewbrd rev rntlj She f l jm In the I t Jt abroad for over six months Goodr grand Gerald amazed her by saying JHels a line fellow Then with a searching glance Ohidid you think J was going to you I who long ago learned that you were a dazzling star and 4 an earthly glow worm Mr Laytonjftten gaged Then all the more wilt you use your influence to win for me the woman I 1ovBose Tyler + Oh Gerald eaclalmed Vera reo lieved and this true True as the esteem the brotherly Iqve I feel for you will always char ish And bless you good true sister and comrade for making known to ine the sweetest loveliest creature ever met frJ I E Pluribus Jones reached the sta tion platform just as the 5if was dI hire 50 feet in overcoming th trains handicap but the best that his ample carcass could do thereafter was to riin a llosing race eqtil l at the end of the freight yards and returned Misa your train sir i inquired the porter Jones flecked a speck ot dust from his coat sleeve I tNoi my friend he said earnestly around here Dent you see the T it a LoBr Way to TIPera- nI j4 I is alie l1ng time sincc i I I and IbeenI Ibl IIIt 1hiistip styles Raigs d1t Yariety They atMiaWMttmper aipsnotcoun- taaInt PTo p1ant mateJaCQ doiicIh4LIn lngforthat Ridgeleyand exduslvenesshad wltbufhe aelfsacriflclng rAlltooI mentI thrillingly feltsswrnfpij padcaugserJousIYtshould enfgoed proPQto radlant7ls IAndsother oIspcedbefore cheerfully 9utott1EveningPnQt JF I lZgrriSl Ye Railges II e- uIrisssb avsii I j14Me1nlIrBarber t 1 S f Sole p For WashingtonC- nIiS L r yII r CATS FOLLOWED HIMA- ILOW I s LjlTLE JOKE NOT A- i TOGETHERSUCCESSf Army of Feljqis Swarmed on Ship Respondlngvto Call Which THey Recognized as a Summons i Usual Meal Accordhlg tp Walter Jones chief tewardpf U1e White Star line Adri ue Belgian butchers have opened Ps for the sale of horse flesh to their compatrlots In London Man heater and Glasgow but so far none has been started In Liverpool Jihere are two shops In Liverpool where they soil roast and boiled horse flesh said Mr Jones 4but they have been established for more than years tp supply the cats and dogs of the city with their daffy noontime meal This meat Is carried round the SapJtchedlvoicjB Meatmeatmeat cats meat and causes the felines of nil ngel and sizes to sally forth from their home dlrfectly they bear the familiar cry With fheh talls In the l 1meowinpla1nUvalynntil t has been served them cut into small pieces stuck oia weatrgood customers as the cats although their food costs a penny and the other is only a halt penny a portion The chief st ward said that when he made a voyage recently on Arabic be had an Interesting theI price with the Liverpool cats Illustrated their fondness for the t roasted horsemeat shipWasstawnrdtogett Tiddlesfit11lne ratter and very popular with kthethree glasses ot beer and smoked a penny cigar which made him feel thedworld was his own Nearing tho ndt SlWjg1onaf1 j meat cats meat imitating the wellc ibejheldI libejibej became so scared that he started to run to the ship Dashing up the steer age gangway he was followed by tho army of felines numbering dozens act SpotatoThere were black cats white cats red and white cats magenta and gray cats pucecolored cats tailless eats black I and white red rusty brown and every kjnd of cat you could possibly think of Twitchets rushed to my cabin fol lowed by the feline army and I drove him out back jto the pier and let them fight for It as it was the only way to get rid of them ir Jones went on to saythat num brs of the cats sot lost and sailed in the Arabic with him to New York H6 uia different colored feline outside hlflvcabln door every morning so did the purser doctor and the engineers who complained bitterly about the cats going down Into the engine room to sleep on the mats Twitchets the steward was blamed by the crew for bringing them on board the hlp and Bill Gargle Hgalned the Deputation of being the blgg stllarrl1 Liverpool bed9ause be swore that he counted cats when they swarmed up the gang way Severn of them were drowned when the Arabic sank on August 10 Mr Jones saideActivities of Women I brabreeds and sells pigeons for a living JtrB Stpddard of St Louis isl an expert moving plcturo machine operator ThOjJFrench government has award ed a gold medal to Mrs W K Vander bUt who Is president pf the Amorl caQ committee for clothing for the wounded Women In Kansas can hold an of flee In the state and run for con gros84 also try fact they are allowed more liberties than those of any other commonwealth The 12000 g rls employod In the tailoring and dressmaking shops iirNew York city want a special detail at 200 women police appointed to protect strikers from gunmen havethehusbands or sons under eighteen The to gotoCanada by gen Sam Hughes who is flow In England and those who sue ceeded him have changed the ruling r Splendid Chinese Flower Som time ago Frank H Shearer our genial park superintendent showed tIe writer an immense flower plantbutvery large trump ts1aped flowers of fipd pink with yellow throat says the Los Angeles Times Both In this country ottheunusn ally attractive plant while In flower andri1i presentbiga long pursnJpshaped root which Itthet untUtimeitImay easily bo grown from seed IEngIIsltS0use Se sonrr The s asor for grouse shooting opgnftd In Great Britain on the 12th1 I ojw at off AUJstbut predictions art forJ1lsliltforthagunsLonl1ongrouse moors In the north of England and in Scotland lava been let and privilegOsyearj moreover elderly men and offl j hnvol1helvesj for almostl every sportsman pf mill countbThi groustiever etore lt ftr said thllt the litgs will not be so large as heretofore because of the small number of beaters beingJetlortfcjfe 1nlucII 1 PU8LICSALEFINE F ARM 4iiYf Stock Crops Etc I Having decided to dissolve partnership we wiltorithe premises JI 12 mites from Lotus Ky and 30 miles from Louisville on the Springfield and Bardstown branch of the U N railroad on TUE8W OCTOBER 26 1915tt AT 10 OCLOCK AM ell to the highest bidder the following described farms All this land is convenient to school and church and is a fine stock farm weU watered large amount in grass and plenty of timber to supply the farm The school property was taken from this land and incasei same should over be discontinued Iaitdreverts to tract No 1clTract No I Consisting ot bout IIimproved having 2 concreteI silos 144Q 1 caltje barn 40x10 r i iiiJsnew rand in tobacco this year Adjoins containing hoodawelling nigmI8Oacrenin 6 rctNo3 The absve three t tractswiIii be offered separately and th nasawhole arid made in the to most Tract Noi4 coniaining about 100 ucces tut jijproveJ does not adjoin abjjve fxhct ad will be separately rf PERSONAL PROPERTY inuJei 0vears od amJrhorses 2 1 milk ws2 alves5asbot Si 8 sows 1 I registered Duroc Eoa 1000 bushels corn 200 bush Jsrye 200 bushels outs 3 straw stacks 150 baes straw 10 tons clover hay farmtnjfj implements consfaiiD r of plows haroW8i wheat H P and 42 wagonsbugieiJ 4TERMSThe land will be sold for onethird in 12 and 3 yeara purchaser being required toex e cute notes payable in one two and three years from Jan let 1916 bearing interest fr9m date with lien on land to se payment thereof Purchaser to bond for the cash payment On Personalty all sums uc 10 cash over that amount payable January bankable with security payable at either bank of Shei Icure Ky bearing six per Interest date 4 For further informationi concerning land call on fr Green Springfield Kyor onlLH Shehan on th premis- sv W I Marks and1 C A Green I Campbell and Roney Auctioneers Dinner on Ground JAPSJ KNOW NO PROFANITY Their Language No Swear words Unfortunately So Com Imon in the West 1l1he Jap Is always polite but once in a while he slips from graceand wheTr he hp is up against It for thcr are no swearwords In the Japanese language says a writer In Leslies Weekly When a Japanese meets youI bows three times and takes off hisI hat but dpes not shake bands When ha greets you his first concern is about your ancestor and next about stomach it would be almost anI open insult for one Japanese to moot another without asking him his- tomach fared On the third bow he sks Thfe morning how Js if with your honorable inside As you cpme up on your third low you answer to the effect that tho place mentioned Is doing as well as could be expected land lii turn ask what news he has from the front Then he lifts his at again and snysYour delightful head this morning I hope it havno commotion When you toll hIm that you are plejxsed to report that it feels well this morning he asks a few goncrations of honorable tors and then you are froq to take up the weather Even though they are elaborately polite once in a while one Japanese will getmad at another Tholr anger kindles slowly at first finally tanning to a blaze that knows no staying But even though there is a torrent of seething in his soul there are na wordsto lve It vont it ktfops surging nail hardjor intll It throws aside all restraint and gives up all Ideai of decency by putting Into one phrase all his bitterness and snapping squarely into the oIlier mans aston ished faco the worst thing that can bo said in the whole language Your stomach Is not on straight This is the final insult nothing tnoni can east tho glove Thoro lIs nothing loft for him to do but to gtfce enemy qcutting lookrtunxon his heel and clapolap away ok his fiioea Cpdfish Swamped i A big inrush of codfish along the northern and coasts the tatter part of Juno a salt famine in the AnCient Colony The salt used by the Newfoundland fisher folk for curing their catch Isrpbtalnod t from Trapani lnvSloily and Cadiz In Spain Practically all tho salt in the island has been absorbed and It Is claimed that about 1SOOO tons more could bo advantageously uaod It it were At least this quan jlty and probably more hillS been t ordered and should arrive during the next month but much tit will com tohand too late to be ot an7 mall serv iice This shortage ot saluis likely to affect the banking heeL also which line had exceptional good In 11ts earlier this year The price of cod paid last year and the year before both in New foundiand and Nova Scotia was about por quintal but with foreign markets as they are at It Is hoped that at loast twenty five cents per quintet may boob Vainedf the fact that fish of late arc so plentiful Is Inducing industry and also stimulating operators to prosecute the shore fishery moro ex tenslely f- Long Felt Want I want a distInct1eiforl my car Ves Something out or1eordinnry or ft wont do Wo have Ju twha you arolooclni for We arp reformersi sir and be lIevo the public ear has been too long assailed by raucous sounds The bbrn we are jrMr hnsvet note- thqt evcn2srfanaflkc to hear it a Tract Na 2 tract No 1 house Oil necessary ou1 buil grass acres in rye and barter good orchard and garden jIsold No 1916 note cent i does your how him anccB his 650 ant ARE WELL PROTECTED AlplneJPasaes Could Be Stormed OnlyJ Nn Column at Tre mendous Risk National doferiels no light burden upon a state of less than inhabitants although the nature of1I the country lends assistance Tb mountainous boundaries which surround the Swiss on three sides are valuable allies but the lowlying country on tho north from Basel to the lake of Constance Is seriously exposed This is the part which In the past has tempted the Germans and French to try flank movements and the Rhine be only a f hindrance not a of Inva slon Between 1C63 and 1710 at least seven expeditions of considerable mil iitary importance marched across that portion of without to tha feelings of the Inhabitants Since 1815 the neutrality of that region hitsbon on the observed but the Swiss have maintained the greatest possible watchfulness during periods of war The Alpine passes are approached by fine broad roads of comparatively easy grade and could be readily mounted by and their artil lery but this must bpdPno in single and the risk toan enemy would bti At several points long admit railways Iandmorco have been removed No war has brought tile tunnel to the test of defense but every preparation has j been made to stop the entrance of a onomy Elaborate ffOrtlflcaClons upc the St Gothard combine both ti road and the railway while timr1 1worksi Swiss soldiers mnat stand within a tow yards of tho road and watch the Italians did Austrian s contend for the Stelvlo Taes at a ot 10000 fec t On the south tthe boundary is comp cated by the lakes which extend from terdtorytAlongzone has been for years but th none the lless del Icate botwoonSwiUerland and France rRevlew of Reviews I important Surgical Discovery Cjbmmontlng on the In opinion regarding the therapeutic morcuryvaporlight geon advocates their extensive use the treatment pf In war In phtotherapylesions healed unusually fast and the scar tissue was Close observation sh wed too that suppuration checked early and i promptlytlona in the vwcrp absorbed more rapidly than under other con ditions In Germany the mercury l UtaiSas many ultraviolet rays as the sunlight at moderately nigh altitudes Drifting I The more common secret ot want of success In life sn tendency to ietf tmlsplt mlttlng one blunder as the lavish waste ot all the forces opportunities which in marioussbapes coma tho grasp It is tee slovenliness of men and women which for the mostt part makes their lives so nnsatisfap tory They do not sit at tne loom With ken eye and deft fingers but they workllstlessiy and without a sedulous care to piece together as the best may gtVQupsingle breakage has ruined thoc1oth The men TrUo get on in the world ore pot daurfi ty ono nor o thousand fenkagesioUn Aloreley v Adj iining abjve contain in about 175 cresf 30 acpInrsjT cloyer andboutl23r 15 acr IS sown r sown m rye Jjaatl has on ft a good tobacco barn- and 3 tenapt houses sale manner realize money work c brood about cash remainder being required execute from Marks M Jas Contains about emotion harder be- addedhehas haughtily wooden Market eastwm during caused available fortune voyages average present another a SWISS Single 4000000 whoro would preventlqn Switzerland regard whop armies column tremendous tunnels height maintained sltuationis revolution wounds strong region within tracts FLAGS OF WARRING NATIONS AnCIent Ought Under d1StandardCeICbratedBIue ner of St Martin The ancient Britons conquered bye Julius Caesar fought under standards on which were displayed the figures of animals and birds common to various Amongthesevulture the ravon the black eagle the cormorant the wolf thistag and even theorem There were of course no sllkfen standards in those days the material used for these Ilags being woolen cloth or leather Caesar sent a umber of British banners to Rome after the Jonquest of Britain In 1000 A D a standard bearing a raven was unfurled In England by the conquering Danes In 108T the ensign of William Rufus bore the efflgy of a young eagle looking the sun in the face with I endure It for a motto In 1606 the first British union Jack combining SL Georges and St An drows cross and symbolizing tho union between Liglthdand Scotland was decreed by King James VI of Scotland and I of England in 1801 when Ireland was united tb the em pire the crossof St Patrick vas add ed to those of St George and f Andrew thus formttig the trlnur crosses which constitute the met o flag of England on which the sun never setd The early history of the French flag nlis decidedly dim and misty A nOtion thejSouthoDecomparnllvceThe Martin the oriflamme of St Denis and the cornette blanche ot the bour bons all preceded the present tricolor The blue banner of St Martin was a magniflcontfcreatton and often led tho ornetthose or Charlemagne The flag of St Martin wag the mOst beautiful French standard oan len times It was madq of taffeta with a painted Imagci of St Martin thereof No one know Suet when the golden 1Ijllcs were placed on the blue flag but it was at n very early date From being spread over the entire surface they were limited in 1365 under Charles V to three The blue flagI was a patrivtan standard the symbol pojmnlamnwna tho flag ot tho people Gold mining South is Africa GoldIchief industry of South also directly or Indirectly the prin cipal source of revenue both for the people and for the government The operation of the mines has not been seriously affected by the war but at least for a time there was no export atloh Thq official export figures dq not indicate any resumption of ship ments of gold to England though It Is exnerally believed that large amounts are nevertheless now reaching London The average yield of the mines for remuneration of capital Is said to be only about 10 per cent svhllo hi many 1Instancesslight Increase In working costs would necessitate the coshig of the mines If tho profits can be increased capital may again flow Into the Rand but such an Increase depends on either the discoveryl of new deposits of rich ore or on the invention of more eco tnonlcal processes The present ten dency is toward increased costs It said that during tho last ten years the Rands output of gold was more than that produced by thoentlretiworld 1turyj approximately twofifths o the entlrejtof the w- oFoImK1DNEYun v joutput Rffht r s1- I4ail i A 7 1Af e Thats the tIIfrttine Urn j I Csat w ia moment lu tMt WWSmithfti gm 3 If Joe wont prve alIcM bthpkuties for hi oMtoMcrs kc caat Hmuritfir Jsalg telsewhere OptrtAor five Me 437 3I How do YbJt tJiiyKy CCWVMM Jtmt f lbapjenwith your spsgl telqiksag tii rfrline the cost U trillinf Call tke UMMMCi Oftett W day J A GUMBERLANDf ELEPHONE i TELEGRAPH COMPANY JNCOItPORATKO f iI biiSBOX 219 LOUISVILLE KY1 uH 1 7 STOMACH TROUBLE 1 EOJli AYE1ft Itf Majority off Friends Thakgldf Mr HitIiBs Would Die Bit Die Helped Him to Recovery N FouwH CMwKy In lntc gad rtetttxm this place Mr AJ Hughes wijtes M Nows I was down with i stomach trouble for five 5 years and woiid have sick headache so bad at limes that IIthpught surely iwould die tried different treatments butt they 4 not stein to do me any good r got obadI could riot eaior sleep and all my friends except one thought I would die He advised me to try HudionTf BlackDraught w4 quit J 1akIuothft aiciiss l i take his advice iiI I i- any confIde ce Halt I have BOW baa f fcr f- fortkre stoii4Ii sd b s havest had ttlbw MiM M t iiLJ slate J bqu wMt k I am so tMaakWw JIfIII f Draught ha dose Isras Tbedford BckDr n aiRilfound 9 very vaIrnIe IIIr rangements of the osJ iris iComposes of pwf iju contains no IfrfM1ll JIIactsA1used by C sad si4a W kept In every fk ir che OetEpackaiek ogq u 555I IISTOFLj4II I JA i OAIT HOUMII5bs e I n in Lo I Emiropean iaII I ROOMS Fort 1OO ktI tii- I IIGOOD Dining Room with Excellent 5vic I Etecmc Tree BAtnS AutoBus Meet Ttaias TvI L i WRITEFORR1SERVATION3 1i ii- f L P= r i DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt td PiaJff au CoMbination pnetr lwII Rteae ft 41 kg and UltJaf iunilpic Mrf I s thu lj- 0 dut ad 11 and hetd Iftthe use oi the Diith CILlh Swoeper which ussii SpeWeiilr1Eud disit iwerv tile tM Mc pkhi up Lt taer e MWTU IWtt e aadua-draridaiwsMss kirrvtia Ir J F JIrI iISs fIoMits TAY I Agents waited f I + d = 4S on NATURES ESSEiCj Ul cte htNatures Iewr arc perfeCt darew oISeJ i1tI Go ttruig tC nature for ike fttiro tcrtbe i retj there aa imj jtor J era fathom for you Take the bark of tho mld Hfry tfr 1M tMV vSMMMUk stoat 100 rope rPoeqUccauiroqtS tdrMt jA itf MM s s tific DOn Qlcr Jo extra tQf thcsm with jIsctihs riiM p ujiiiiil l =ItN8 Doctor Pierces GUlden Mr Hfihl JUMi It took Dr Fie r t with tha assMane of Wo nd the year II nard work experimenting to zaaku thIs sure girCns izea d vs 4- lreaeIt die Jici noyandwit tile ueG u patisM ewaJust the sort of rmy ye ess i rich r4 blood and cers thee kkiMkt wit fMlki fssevs zstins- r rptss G9lde MJII 1Moo 1M steM 0- 1P PUBLIC AizeAsrad be w se b1gZ put forty r 7 Mn tbaerther 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