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JJ STLIED p ANPifJDOMiNtI883 tf f T1 NEW IBWeS oXXIIND23 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER J 14 1916II falrniJjrKJ t YOU SHOULD WORRY WooDROWI I l Pofltdaztem arJ11l Lew Stories I Not Jlong ago we arJ a very Intelligent man whaler address faf a pr Huraably intelligent ditDcewhich the audience seem ed to belieffe1 Tliis stntemen1 wsthi tbe great novels woe preainibttnt Because they fve e greVJtve itories r tOf course thismans intelli gnc kid occupied itself with politic jBfl ec noraics rather than with literati or he yvoud AilaTJnloo better gOud taumjr people who would know 1 hMrI4heT sp ntess time brid lab1etvinGl co fdera tmorel a library harbor if notion thttcpurtihiranA wed ing aro the prime subjects 1mI axinatirHterature it wouIbnearer the truth to aay tbajhire grepos are preeminent because they are not lovo tries Take any Jcollege ntfdinii list oft the worlds jgreutest imiginativg literature and r sirictanaljs i would yield tlbH fiye per cent love story unless you ocae to abuse lunguuge by caning Ham llet and Tie Scarlet Letter IUVH itorits because a mans utjacn ment Loa WOtJl figures in them Whit s commonly meant by love story rtlie cooiug courting and v idinor get ing ijilctd aff ircyurcfbeatrJckfcn out ot the woaIdsgrtttest literature with only a comparatively slightII NObOdYIwouJdg let and Antony and Cleopatra bat those two plan had been lost Shaksperrt would only microscOpi1lv less btitn ha IiwStturday is Evening Poi B D Gyemeuts lint for tULle tomcco sticUs aid Oak t liaibar I r i1 TITlE7N1- 3 WS=LEADIE7J4frL t J a i h m o II c I S J h an re A at i of of it p u if b R R 2 r w H Edison For Wilson Thomas Af Edison inventor 0LsRoosevelts candidacy fornhe Republican nomination hris made aunouncsment of his in tention to vote and work for Woodrow Wilsoa He dictated the following statement cantIpaignAmeticanisin TheSimonpure times are too serious to talk or think in teams of Republicanism or Demoorcy Rettll Americans nin ajcdpTpairlics hndgei down tothergfundamenta1prlacip1 s Mere than any other prestl dent in my memory Wilson hlLIt been faced by a succession l f tremendous problems and any one pf which decided the wrong way would have had disastrous consequences Wilspus decisions 18drious1 witthonortIII United Status being despised nonsense Neutrality is a mighty trying policy but buck it are iinternational lav thelof rigbjbs of humanity and th future of civilization MEXICAN POLICY With iefermce to Mexico I think that he president has act ed wisely justly and courageously 1 was right that the Unttt g1 StaiHS should not have rucb n zed such a naarderoua peson lalitv as Huerta I do not ua llieve that we should have inter yvened aor do I believe that we should1 intervene IIOll Mexico is a troublesome neighbor justnow 5Lut warand conquest is not go PK to wake her a better one Tr cutors Sale l Of STOCK CROPS Etc i l As Executor of tbe estates of Mrs E S and Miss Hnllie A Clem enta dcasd I will o- nWednesday Sept 2O16 i AT 930 OCLOCK A M the farm owried by the late J K Clements situated about ajnilea IfNorthto tipringficld Ky near the Springfield and Bloomfield turnpike ttalTer at public sale 10 head of work mules aged from 2 to 8 years 1 year ling horse mule and 1 yearling mare mule eight head of young broodI and harness mares 15 cows and calves 4 dry Cows 3 heifers due to calye 4 yearling heifers 8 yenrhnp steers 6 sows ready to pig 1 large registered barTh shoals from to 100 pounds to be sold in lots 18 tat tyoza two Jots sheep in one 20 ewes and buck and 9 ewes and buck 900 hens fena chickens 1 surrey aud 1 buggy and harness 2 binders 2 mowers 3 ct harneis wheat rnll 2 form and spring WSRPD other farm irapjeptnt tools etc about 60 tons ofhay in stack or baled one stack oats about 40 actes good corn sold sucked in the field TECMrAllala I 10 or under cash sums over that amount on v rfc110G raohths wictencod by notes with good security negotiable 04 payiibleBt the Spnngfisld dtute Bank and bearing interest at per ewt from riitii ofinle till paid At Rifle time I will sell ten thlres ot stock In the Springfield State t Itok sad tftrefrBhares of stock irj the Washington County TobaccoWare l llH3 Rtock will bo sold for cdfeh in hand JI W S Clements Exrof E S and bailie A Clements d eased 1I Z T 1A8mMI8 B ih against EnK uv against human slavery thtr ted States worked out its salv = tiun through revolution and it was a pretty slow trying prey cess It has been said that Wilson at first was against preparedness Perhaps he was but when con vincedthat intelligent public opinion was overwhelmingly in favor of it he changed That is Im proper thing forour presi dents to4Io A president detiant of pUblic opinion would be a idangtrous man in our system of government 1iHii attitude on the tariff shows an equal openness ol mind A tariffs commission will uke the wnole problem outif p ilitfos It is my hone that ex perts will be named and thatth tiody will be continuous and vested almost with the dignity of the Supreme Court- DANGEROUS QUESTION As J said at the start it has been just one big thing after another with Wilson I have never known so many dangerous questions brought upfor decis ton tOfany one president Now he has the general strike of the skilled railway men wnich if carried out will throw the whol country into confusion and provp u calamity that iu certain oven lualines will have results boutd to extent over a long period of usuILIn my opinion Mr Hughes f pendent would find it diffi unit to decide on the best course for the government to take ii this attire His capacits Is r handsightyas we learn from hia speeotics is highly developed but as toxins foresight we are not equally informed lI Mit Wilson has now hadI about four yearsof experience and tie has earned faith and tbtt I do not thinkit a logfcai or sensible thing to change to I aa inexperienced null untrier wan just for the sake of change or without much better reason ooing given for thechange than L hjive noticed Roosevelt was my choice Ht hashad experience and is one I of tue best of Americans bui he machine controlled Republi can party would not have him Lnerefore I ain for Woodrow I Tltion1t 1 Gofd FarmFor Sale = LIa I deiro to sell pdyatelyi m = farm ot 120 acres on the Bards I tjwn piUja fourrmilfs from I SpringHicl All firstclass strong laud half ot it Oartwrjghtcreel I bottom Farm is well improved has on it large dwelling uoodi I iobacco and atock barn wet I I watered auu has a good orchardt Write call or phone i BEN CEOiL R F p ILargest Sparks World Famous Snows re billed to exhibit at Bards wn Friday September and om de fi wspaper reports prece iing hem their exhibition will be rorth going many miles to wit ness Amony the many feature the show carries is what is cla med 10 be the largest land anim il on earth It is an elephant stobe three inchestaller than and a half ton heavier mI Ibo Some idea of her immenaa Can be obtained when you Ion sider that she is 11 feet 7 iiriqhi a tall and weighs over 5 tons In other words she weighs as mucty as 10 ordinary horses Another extraordinary fqftnfp with tbe show is Capt Wesleys andIsea animals perform the most seemingly impossible feats balI a ClDJt ctiaira umbrellas and whirling brands of fire while climbing ladders walking tighti ropes and riding the back of galloping horses This feature Daffies description and must be seen to be appreciatedIMany things ire to be seen with this mamtnoth show nd tbe main perlormante oeneath the big tents will present a numberof tnB most mar v lous foreign acts of the cent iry The men erielor wild animals carried with the show is complete in every detail and con tains rare and curlousspecimans of the earths most interesting and curiuua animils A mile long street parade of dazzling splendor beautiful women and handsome horses interspersed with three brass bands and a steam raliope will traverse the streets shortly be fore noon and this featurealone will be worth going many miles o seeDont forget the date and the plase of exhibition Bardstowo Pridav September 22 WILL Of NW FOSTER 4r Let Well Enough 11 r That he state of Wilson as to make ancient ecLet well enough alone eminerft ly applicable timely is shown in tne following ol William H staff of International Service is accompanying Hughes FaultFinder in his c impaign trail tie path finders traveled a ago1 From Denver August 31 sIt he reports on Hughes reception Evidqnce of whi6h practically entre West iii enjoying one of the hardest tints candidate tdcrack in this greeted on every side at Ihis of There was 2000 automibilcs lined ijp fa Irack when Hughes party centered be fair grounds Thousands of Uelfed w Ilclot women children prosperous grangers present The sheds scattered about enclosure stcct ed with fat prze hogs sleek cai tie and every yailety of farm products Overhead a monoplane u ted It was a fjur sample of the let wll enough stone audience whch huye greeted tour Money Five Tha Farmers Trust bo of as their loan repres antative of Washington and8 joining ies on arm land only at 5 percent unnum J or call on R C Brown estate I DEMOCRATIC 1 t CAMPAIGN fOpmat WinchMtcr Lat day by VkPreii Wimohester Ky SOptSO Taouwnds of Kentucky Demo crats welcomed tpeiIng or the Democrats Stats c mpaign here today arid baae Godspeed to Vice Preside at Thomas R Marshall in person to Prcsi dent oodrow Wltsoti inSpirit It wasiy greatest gath ering In historyrof 70111109 in old and that greatly augtnntlthwork being dne by ChaiTman J Campbell Ciatrill at Slate headquart era in Louisville voters demonstrating their presence m suck numbers manner in which De moncratic nation as AdJBlnlstrfctiooia regarded Democracy of tttcky Est6nates of crdwrf today ran anywhere Iron 15000 to 20 umberIbeyond the at er figure Vast throng went away either from stCndoomt of speaking or the social feature of tue enter iamiaent aa both wen plie4by State and local mittees For more than three hou n crowd was held spellbound by Vice President Marshall and i Rufus Hardy of Texas J Thomas Befiiu of Alabama wbiU an hour ai d barbecued meats served to throng on spaciou grounds back of grandstand oft e lair groutids The lunch eon waserved from 12 to 110 oclpcu during which tune bands from Winchester Lexington regaled the croird with patriotic WE WISH ANNOUNCE THAT SALES OF MILLINERY BE ON A BASIS CASH OR 30 DAYS TIME FROM TO JANUARY 1st WILLIAMS WILLIAMS MISS EFFIE WAT BUNDFORP Alcjne thi couotrVlnderI the adage and report ister correspondent the Neys who the over the western century the ataColoradoOuntyfaiI the prosperty the the has campaign him gathering farmers not less han ong the race the hpd and and were the were yol MrjHughes throughout the At PerCent Indianapolis Ind has appointed 1me coun per JSee deuler Sa dtMarskaM the and far the the Kentucky dhe the by vast the the by the Ken the evsn No ontiJJ1the disappointed the were sup the com the I Representative and Representative for burgjo were the the thtl and TO EN airs ard otqer music suitable to a gala occasion Idaal weather prevailed during the day and long before some of the residents of the city were awake visitors began to arrive in automobiles arid at 10oclock more than 1000 machines had arrived frcm Louisville and Cen tral Kentucky towns while abort ly after that hour the special trains aa well as the regular trains on all three roads entering Winchester began dumping their human freight into the city knd when the exeralses began at 11 oclock it was estimated that 12 000 people were present Tbia number was largely increased by the arrival of trains later in the morning from Eastern and Northern Kentucky and by tbe train from Louisville at 1230 oclock When the Vice Presi dent arose to make hia address shortly after 1 oclock every fOOL of space within a radius of at least two cityiblocks on all sides of the grandstand and the speak ers stand was crowded with a swarming mass of goodnatui ed humanity all eager to pay hum age to Democracy The Ladies of Eastern Star Chapter 211 will give a Sock Social anti Musicale at Walnut t Street Theatre September 27th Everybody r inyited CryFIR CAST oaIA1J Collision A long w iifrombome and mother as wellms from Tippera ry and al thing tfftfc he holds dear Chester Stewart tdriving the spick span new poneyntlie- spicker spanner and new crtr- ecentlypurchasedby Bngo L son wasrun Into by a huge and I exceedingly prosaic truck away out on the Louisville pike near the home of Dr McClure With such long long odCs against them Chester hnd the dainty cut and thovpetite pony none of which eVen possibly Inclu- dingCbestercould be assQCiated with other than drives down per fumed limes under blue skies with fair faces shaded neaih silken parasols stood the slight est chance of resistence being wljollv unprepared for such a orutal onsJaugni i So Chester was tired uto a ditch receiving a dislocated shoulder white the pony and cart tumbled to tne aide ol the road and temaiied nn arned with the exception of a few slight scratcbeiIThe truck driver not baintf of sj heartless a nature as the in signia of hiscallng summoned help and voung Mr Stewarts shoulder was set and liis wounds dressed fay Dr McClure and Dr J Robert CrUme of this city and even after this siege of fall t ing by the wiyeide among thieves aa it wereto speak picturesquely and scripturesque ly he is still alive and on his wa- 3itorecovryNelson Newsi Pert Paragraphs France was the first country to use an ambulance It requires one ton Of rns petals to distil dna pound of pure ottarof roses ABlock signals warn you every siep along the road of sin Sate ty men would be great orators but for the fact that they get married young ano havent had a chance to practice The Democrats hare conceded to the Republicans a tariff on Sugar Now wasnt that sweel To obey the ten commandments is one of the best nsur ances against Ure- A dog suved a oman from tire That may be moro thanI her husband would have done A true wife improves with age to a true husband Back to the farm iis alright for the fellow who has an income sufficienti to hire some one to do the work The most victories seem to be with the side controlling tile sources of news If the government owned th telegraph and telephone systems wouldnt there bi some wire pu i log for jobs every four years Some people are so narrow minded that there is hurdljt room between the eyes for the nose The fast young man curious as it cmy saem seldom makes any headway i The man with llots of brassc seqms to get hold of much of the silver and gold also Many woud rather be right than President but there ate few who wilt stand out for the Announcement exclusheagencin Ballards Obelisk Flour Now selling at 1 15 per sack Oats White Northern 65c Wcbu Flour Guarantced o be A No 1 per sack 105 Corn Meal per bushelA11UCh- icken Feed no grjt in small lou per pound2eloO1pouniIota Good White Corn bo arn1i ears 95t ShortaMidlanda fcO and 65 per hundred sacks furnished Molasses Feed Sure fattening kind per hundredV41 i6 Bemembefi courteous treatment e quality and Weight promijtT above Telephone 111 or yn ap compare quality nte fore buying elsewhere tt wl4l JM WILLIAMS Co- T IItl PlStlffll 4r1TJtLMK MWMo 1 i PU BLIicfErATI 5 11ri J FThRJiitllllCI i lI will on the premIses om i otlJ i qdt f I TnSaySeptemteiliw Is f AT1soOCrocp 1 4 cr iii1 Eofle for sale my farm situated on tlrt SprlB fieU Mtd MaiM tWrep- ike and known as the Arch Perkln f ilOT 4 iif nljij f 102 ACE nM 11 sdi Iiis located four miles from SpthieW tola JIIk M MMMHl 1 on of the best fenced and grad fkriu iia thssr f sN having on it 7 or 8 never faIliagrig It k wtrsIon it a good 9room dwelling jfoed teac o bs aid other necessary outbuildings M excdllesi Nfck1 Itwt j land which will grow anythlBf Ofl a IpUM iml MMIM scb6ol t and churches tlt 4AijP Possession given January irt 1tt7 PM leges Terms liberal sad nade kaewjifcySr9 i For further information call oa Hpwv MidtiWjy + tfc JMP ses orthe undersigned t X 50 SSfiti ifft St II ICiiAS MRjiZr right very long when the wilt tfas the other end of xth argu ment The Republicans are j M enough to welcome the Progrsa Ivis bacic into tbe patty but they dont want to kill the fatted clf Sheriffs Stle By virtue of ExecuUos No J21T directed to me Which iMHHd frotaClerks office of the Wiifcfetoe Cir suit Court in favor eCSTA BoMcll against R T Gardner ei ee of ray deputies will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 Ill between the hours pf 100 oclock jw and 200 oclock pm at the Court House door in Springfield coonty of Washington Ky8Xpo to Publfe Sale to the highest bidder the fpltafT ing property or so much thereof H may satisfy the amount of the Plain tiffs debt interest and costs tolwitj A certain tract of land situst4la Washington county Ky Ud bos4od on the north by St I ose and Lantto pikron the weet by Dr Wright wrf tud Ball od south by Kidwell heirs anil J D Stanfluld on the NIt byJo1ki Medley aid hones lot aM ee tame 28 acres and two rood There ia excepted from this boundary 1 4 ocr heretofore sold to Albert Sidney Gardner Amount of debt interest and cot 34749TERMSSale wU be mdr oera creditof threb month bond with jij proved security rMtiirfd beariac in terest at the rate of 6 percent wr M num from day of sale and hovfaff th force and effect of a sate bond TM 2lth day of June 1916 HR EDDDEMAN 8 W l Ques tioxu Liacolas KrtkpUc Tbe Enterprise has received a comoiunicrtion from a Marion ounty citizen wbo states that he believes Abraham Lincoln wa burn in Washington county aai not in Larue county There hal nways been some question aboat he matter and a few vrs agc an exhaustive serch of the rc ords of Washington county wet j made Nothing however wt i fouudto change the general lefl that Lincolc was born OR thit Lime county farm which on Monday became a Federal Park The communication received by the Euterprise follows Now that the Lincoln Pta in Lame county has been fora ally taken over by the GtOTern neiit and the gueation of tif jirtbpUce settled for aiI1 tiMe t insofar as tbe people it country are concernel I wiah ttatd that regardless of thrtt ceremonies I am one pteraon wno always believe that Lincoln was oorn in Washington county My grandmother novMl ti vVashinKtou county in tbe ytr 1800 her father settling on a aim a few miles from Sprjnx field I have ofleti beard ir t1uealAbe 01 many anout his home Acconlteff to my grand molhtr Llncol u only about 4 or live year W vhn the flullUy iuoved away train Washing4cQ57 Hfr grandmother died nfteea yeaw ago last January Itora1tha- Illdwava I adhere to lbs H ief bat Lmcolu WM a aatir ot VashtnKton counly ad that kk removal to Lr f t tt l7 I when tie u 5 ao w foujor IT- M of I1AeIAbaDOtl K terpIaV Yilll qX 4 j r bsMItiii beier so IN Iff 1Uf L- aW wf Pe gMu4wssra a yWfit +AH qi aJatrJlUiWlitrk at MJiiW jlJ r K J1Ct A JfINM t troi 111141cs I f4 b4plai Ie pt I lo a iUt jsiis O lrlL ift10 co c IfkOaBIt pjg Trr iinnij itMi3zi tUttl It ttf bY ar IiJII1raI-na r fIJ I k4 4i- TWF4t tit t tsU bU t Nt Jt 1f 5anuunua r5hhoscres bIi ilJes eioiiIIIJj trs agod n Ii11aeil irft L TM ojlwr fra OS1 190 rM7 3It ettvE4oarh aad MtsHi U 0 I ls Mly t TarasiiittJ IpTiWJ A lawyer was 1I UKg A ScottkhfariMr a l iIIr t E lie ttd8 M tpoIt IIu very pitM o i s soek o Ml ne air wMn M p19111Sbt yWu 1raMr eaistIvwuiV d If 11 144y JII arlUMl till i SuiMi Itonitf MlH lpisIysy J btrak Wlths I IlIot0 1 rw f Jobnay aUod bss s WI toti4 she srti- o frHl tbir ieks upa eMtibboysbookwabsgWbats DsS- yo 11kl dIt IYH J015J jjjb- he u j- t fre p- UICSP aJ aA ttP L i42adI k be SII OMii IjdfriIIt LlIt i tIre t PIMGsY 7w tarots111tmir iiA R MPiPtUN sdilMad PWteMn poetaMiloe trfiwstrleetrlftiiatterb wis =aLAilt I tNac YQollouS- a laaiiaM letJallrf wya11a- tors sirMyjret to a aetios of tM Blrioewath psi aeyAi r 11- 7OsUrw ran ai joarned alter islea tatffMMtoa ijbioh most Itrpr kIt kfUfcUoB bM been l saaed OM of the jHOt Im1 1prMitbillaadby thee octane Cgrsia was the Rural Crete 1411 l by the terms df wki fc ft to pOMiblt tar farmers i Lags LoaMalld BK1 estate n8 War Staap UxCHrDeeda NrlM aht ra rrpeale4 Ciraali LiM suhed 0i Ldl 12 Requiring lrHt bO the Borth of ihtf alaiIiirerin France the PupAi Jorces have again mush ed tiw Germs line captured frcMUte aoi other trenches and f M4I500 prisoners Thitw attacks coming after aeveral dials of comparative ca ml i itthis reikMa where for ttoMt f bid been in tprrt afrtr ilw town ot Owtlil10 ibe rirer 80 yiukMla waves thtf thirst 01 ttie Trewch that it required oitly MIl an boar for them to erreiwt use 3 duiztxnce pl tie GtoBMM lad teaks themselves attire al three and three quan ta mll + irat line a j LIrMrtaM ad southeast of Oiiatiif they eeiced additions treMiMa along the Belhijne Prk onhward tough toBheneftlM i MM infTof the Germans foftbe ijTMiiat of their transport freeiiiieiaorth to peronae and Mkiaf the French position I jMTMreC Per L1ne aeealngfy1 a awaaclak oaa 0 UW British end Of the v fret aad a tbe remainder of toe UaJMll by UM French ouly J attrtiihMiilNirdaMBta touk place AUratwtff the Macedonian frost MM Mn offensive of tbe Zitb Allies continues Bui- t Jtariaa tre ta oa a front of tW UwTap t to J depth pf t yards are x ported by J aris to bars bank capittred by the TrMffc West ofthe Vardar Eiyer near lilj wiaf b hlch liea about 4 Jnr iftttfesoBihof the town ofc tMav i1I Oe tbe Sirama front the Brit teh aided by the Frencb haye Ietadditional gains east of UM rust in the Lake Takmos Mio The army of the Te tome allies is declared to have fAfto heavy casualitlea In the lailec styt +1t slr 4 HI Wkt ConfrcM lid The Sixtyfourth Coupress in ts first session has Psaed 252public and 174fprP rate acts 28 public and 4pvate resoIhKilled the Gore and McLemore resolntvons providing for a sur render of American rights on the high seas- Prevented a national team rOiidstrike iS1aKaAppropriated 1 655000000 for national defense Passed army and navy meas ure enlarging and improving both for the defedsa of the country Passed the Shipping Bill ap propriating 50000000 fora Government owned merchant maripe Enacted legislation insuring longtime loans to farmers at low rates Passed a Child Labor Law to keep children out of the facto rles Given greater measure of self t government to the Pbijippinea Passed a workmans Compen sation Act for Federal employees Provided Federal aid to States in construction of roads Imposed prohibitivel tar on cotton sOld for future delivery iu fictitious or wash sales I SavingsaLaW increasing the amount which individuals may deposit from 500 to 1000 with interest withouttinterestAmended tbe Federal Reserve Law to permit nationall banks to =establish foreign branches Passed the Emergency Revenue Law providing for incrcas sup the income tax levying a graduated tai of 1 to 10 per cei t on inheritances ranging from 5OeO to 000000 a 10 percent net profit tax on manufacturers ot munitions 5 per cent net profit tax 6n mar nfactarers of material entering into munitions and a license tax on actually invested capital stock corporations capitalized at moro than 99000 New York World President Wilson lent his presence to aid the efforts of tbe AmericanMexican Joint Com mission Iis seeking a permanent foundation of sympathy and un derstanding open which may rest the future relations of the United States and Mexico At at meeting with tbe Mexican Commissioners hey said he was in sympathy with the aims of the revolution which has torn Mexico and pointed out that regeneration must come from Within the country 6ASTORIATar Ifuics anti Gkilirou Tit Yw Kalt errrbt IIe e iL New Book Goes to Press Monday Oct 2 THE BELL DIRECTORY The most frequently consulted reference list in the city Corrected and revised every four months Subscribe now and get your i nae in the list of the best PeoPle in the community Arrange today for changes and cbrrec tions in your present listings It You AdvertiseT- his is the preeminent medium of its kind The space is limited Ask ffcjr rates today I IJusftelephone write rcalC CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated I PUBLIC SALEn H Having made arrangements to move to another county wil on Saturday Sept 23 916at 10 oclock a m Bell my arm of 101 acres of land where I ijqw reside on th Wilhsbur and Fox Creek pike about 1 mile north of Sharpavilie Washinfjto county Ky on Chaplin River and about 19 miles from Springfield and ti same distance flora Harrodaburff Ky The land is divided bye pikes and thE dwelling is a two story frame of six rooms halls and porches and all kinds oj oatbuildinga house has been newly covared and is in splend d condition set upon a hill where you have a beautifufview of the country t r large beauty ful oak treesin the yard which makes a beautiful shade nn ther shad be riles one splendid etockbarn and tobacco barn that will hold s en acres of tobacco some fruit trees The land lays a litte rolling and mo t y in grass ai Very productive and can easily he cultivated and in a fine stat of cultivation and in one of the most pleasant places to live Washington co Jty fine neighborhood and In one mite ofthe consolidated schools where tfye e will be thri will be three extra good teachers employed church close mill store and blacksmith shop The farm will be scUd In two tracts of ttttood each an- then as a whole There is a dwelling and outbuilding onTO of 50 acres and the buggy house stock and tobacco barn on the tract which will hold separately Plenty of good orate on both tracts of land and a beautifi site fora dwelling on the tract with no dwelling This Is one of the nicer places to live in the county and you will have to see this place in order to ap pieciate it tome to this Sale Possessidn ot farm given by CJctober 1 1916 LIVE STOCK Ope work horse 6 yrsoid 1 gelding works good JTyr old two sucklini colts well bred 8 short yearling steers 7 short yearling Heifers 7 weanlmi calves 1 extra good red yearling bull some milch cow 20 shuts weight abou 50 pounds 4 sows have4 eenbred 4 shoats weigh about tOO pounds Farmir Implements and Household goods and a lot of other things too numerous tmention TERMS Land will be sold for onethird cash In hantfwhen deed is made and the balance in 2 3 and 4 years withG percent inte eat Personalty wit uodeIin will take pleasure In showing the farm to an rrO peCtive pur chaser before cay of sa- leTHOS D GRAHAMCORNISHVILLLV MERCER COUNTY KY ROUTE NO1 JOHN I VANARSDALL AuetioneerI1 r iir I Mc1NTJRs 1 i4 W f I s J u t6i j SPRINGFIELD KY i rv V l I CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THEIR F 1 Exposifiorii Ki j I I September 13th 19th and 20th 1 IAii Exhibit of Authoritative Fashions and Woolens I 1 jT Will be made by I I Isaac HambiitAer 8 SonsI If V i f BALTIMORE I i j L r k 0i10 v rr gr fabric guaranteed absolutely t all wooli t1 f7 h I t iI jor rt I erica packed by Real Merchant TTmloring Ii t t 4- qi c t Ij1 21 21H Art i cI t ALE1OF FINE 11 Farm Growing Crops Live SWk 4 FARMING IMPLEMENTS ETC j j r r rIn order to dissolve partnership we will sell to the highest and best bidder oa tW premises on r I Thursday October 5 1916 1 q AT 10 OCLOCK AM PROMPT 5ytnpsonfarm376 Acres a3 Rods and 10 Square PWIQs This farm is situated one and onehalff miles from Frederickstown Washbftott co aiir iadThissckcwt Wrm three cribs with shed attached one 10acre tobacco barn one tenant koiie JUMl all necessary outbuildings in good repair and is one of the prettiest homes in tip comity 150 Acres of Bottom Lend toO Acres Woodland Pasture 103 Acres off Tobacco Land 50 acres cleared remainder in fine Cedar fariin= way in whichit will bring the most money t v Personality Pro ertui13 yearling Polled Angus Steers 2 yearling Heifers 6 Polled Angus Milch Cows j I Shorthorn cow oalf by side 6 Weanling calves w BulldI 5 brood Mares f 2 firstclass work horses 2 WOrx Mules 4 and 5 years oldt weacriling Mule Jennet 9 years old in foal Jennet 2 years old in foal 1II3sows and pigs 17 feeding hogs farm one cash day of with from day of site t der in 2 and 3 years ft om Jan li from date of with N reeliIM t ltiN clause On sums under SID cash over on a of 6 MU good in bank to suit H H S M Sale W W McElroy etc Pure vs Equity- T K Smith J Wtmsott et al Defta By virtlire ot Judgmoiit and order of sate of the Circuit Court rendered at the dray term 1916 in the above styled cause I shall proceed- to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield MONDAY SEPT 25 1911 at 100 oclock pm or thereabout highestblddtrmonths payments to be equal the following described property towit A certain tract of land situated in Wishingtou couuty Kvon the waters of Little beach fork about 43 miles lyknowntaining 175 acres 3 roods and 6 poles more or less This is one of the most productive farms ia Washington coun ty and has firstclass improvements consisting of good frame residence tenant house largo stock barn and two large tobacco barns satisfydebtsW W McElroy note for 8133600 with annual interest from Jan 1911 to Sept 25 1916 subject to credit of 3i0 March 13 IGlrt 1653 92 A C Kimball Admr etc note for 31336 and Interest from Jan 1912 17604SPeoples313J600 each and interest from Jan 1926 to Sept 25 1916 273446 Cost estimated 8000 Total 613780- Vor the purchase price the purchaser r purchasers with ir jraty must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale Until paid and having the force and effect of preparattoC E IIOSLEY M C WK C At Five Per Cent The Farmers Trust Co of Id bas me as their loan of Washington and adjoining coon ies on farm laud only at 5 percent per annum See or call on R O Brown Real estate dealer =i are t car at F 1 I St c Niow Method of nrfrj usnjituae The novel motes lading longl tude lately tried ly Professor Llpp mann the Proneh astronomer is tho of photographs of the sky taken at two eta lions Tho zenith being shown by an arU fldal star the difference In the places ef natural stars very incH eaten the in and If the of one place is known that of the other can bo fixed with aa claimed to be only a few Mt ten or 5O tons 10 bushels td2000 bushels corn 1000 tobacco sticks MCCormick r Empire wheatdrill1 moWlrPair a cornfJlamtferrValterRiding Vulcan breaking piow Old wagon Hayframe o 2 rubber buggies 2 harness IfiLot of and other tools J t TERMSOn third first January 1917 interest rtmtin J 1917 interest sale payable annually PersoniltyAII that amount credit months witllL security negotiable and payable any purchaser OSBORNE BROSJCAMPBELL Auctioneer Commissioners Washington KyI a approve4security Money Indianapolis appointed representative clover cultivator Hickory farming r ItT 1To Automobile own8rLI I 1 the Carbon removed from t your motor Process the process that does not IIHav the motor taken down and the most 1 system for removing carbon I Auto Repairing of aiyinds f I Auto accessories Oils and Gasoline Agent for eRehrsMileageTires and Tubes Trouble jovr I times night and day Phones 138W and 13SJ Cjljl I Springfield Garage IW BAUMBAUER Prop Main FREE AIRDRIVE CyI IIc L comparison simultaneous accurately difference longitude longitude vacertalnty pwhapa ditsnJ hay Bind tire sets gear PhySICaItSAdVIeeII sltoot The latest product of science Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup pwy r atuiia asawiy reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Velyo acts on th rtM d Mta wstemach and bowels and ISO the greatest posable efficacy in caa1salai eliai tlUousnes3 sick hedsche fevens wens coUctLttuleace etc Tty WIi I yELYo L1YERjY1P2jJ II POEBJtCE Good lacre 444Jaliofi6naSfmngieldr goodI UiNKw d buiTlaf on it a bco fccod barty two wells oaloaaid orchardl inquire at tUo Dac DRJ C JWDDi e r H Slrgttl 8to9amSteOvsrHax loias Drug Store 4 Dfc WHYATT r i 0 oV oVf Springfield State Baa tIce hoiart 1080 a m 1J at 0 i pm W F RIGBY ATTORNEY TLAWI OOto crerile ople i PIUMttfmLll r KY v DL Ia JP a TRI- MDENTIST OCltc ever Harden k Barber Patal woe atrsaaonableprices AUworkl gutruWid D08SEY tDORSEY LAWYERS Htaffetf LwrtsvUk J t11 ysara experience at Louts J trills 1Mr Speciall attention Jtp ojllectiofcg and djjostmeota s SKOAL TO WOMEN IW slit eeeettfltfe Z cleaaslac sad eMeieMftl gC M aatieeptlcs Is r A ssjoM Adssptk Paw hr f Ita fMMOivoo it walsg as sssdsli ba nitliTjtjn for douche 1k tNatlag tiatnmatioa or ieerattoa Of MH tom and that eMd by ieakue Ills fir as no equal rf tea year tke Lydlafk Pinkham 1fMMtbM Co IMB reepauaended Paxtinf- lu their private ewrreepondence with v sasr which proves its superiority We eawhe have been cured pay Jtja worth Its weight IB gold At OMOOteU SOc large Lsr or tor mall MM Tazten ToUHjpG Bottom ICaa TREES t fitiadt anti Fruit Trees Straw rry Plants Grape Vines Slirab Asparagus Rhubarb tiMlgint etc Every Cbing to Orchard liawn and Garden totems free CataliiII- ss B r nlel leJer Soul 1844l Lexington Ky 1916 4 tt STOMAW TMUBLE silia tl1eUciouVml terereport LaI had a bad ash foal teeable for years and became M weak I eouM hardly walk or do any week My appetite was poor my food weald aaAigestI bloated and was very week aM nervous I tried many reme ties witbevt kelp I saw Vinol adver tised and triM it iad now my stomach tremble is c ppletely cured and I a- mwellE lilfoisHALL Vinol llis guaranteed to tone up the tired overtaxed and weakened new of the stoasoh ivad create strength TKG Perna taU toh1cMa Hot Brut meks your cfetA a LatI tnhetlllA stove by Col Patntd artJc1ailli rolls4 for heatlnekrColecFucl- Thw Mot Slut Draft a jolbtt atlowlnctbe gaa to escape I I AIIIMut Y urtsi aJHI Acquaint M j PM v1DlgrooJBeamburied Saturday r flsFor RentOne 6room house on Covinton Avenue Apply to W H Wharton One new Ford for sale cheap has been run about 100 miles Appy at this t office f t On every purchase of 1 or raora cash at cpy store you will be presented with 5 percent of purchase price with tome article oat of stock ot A 0 Kimbal The ladies of the Christi church will give a dinner at t Walnut Strett Theatre Corn i ty Court day tbPiethe Fair View School t Fr Ida Yof September 15th The pub jjc f cordially invited Five p ours box of candy given away free est The Kentucky State Fair i3 ijn 7 led progress at tiinisvillaJ and large crowds ure attending eacl day Quite a number of auto ioblles pass through here dafly jenroute to the Big Fair jThe sate of the Oleme flts heirs their at the late residence oJ hire- S E the Clements will be held nxt + Wednesday and the salt aofCbas have Marksbnrry at the for met Har rison Nally place wIII be hIdl i Tuesday Mrs Dora Lee Pac igatt who best filed suit in the Mar Ion Circ iiit An Coart seeking divot ce was ma tied toT G Pal et lt in Was Ington county in 19 06 the mar miage license havhg been issued sepeer ted a short time agoMario n balcon J jUTbedemonstration is in progress at Oft the store of Met lure Simms viiI during all this Reek A special bv man has been s jnfrbnt from the fictorv tQ dem instrate just whati tie Majestic w id do He is an rived expert in this nand gives talks pIabou anthot coffee are jryed at all hour f Tuesday afteiaaoon the children of the town vJere entertained iin Wben front of the store and a free lunch be handed out to every chi d it iis er The fairm known as Cherry injnry gill was offered for sale last tniaday by Dr Ed Mudd and W W M ndd but failing to bring a satisfactory price was with drawnvt Tha Martin Spalding land rear Bear Wallow was offered old fr sate on Tuesday but also the withdrawn was was Marriage license was issaed aneweqk d one Miss Opha Thompson The Save 2500 this Winter from your former coal bills by heating your home with the valuable fas half of your Mel wasted by all other stovesI This valuable half of your coal saved and completely turned into heat only by a Coles Original Hot Blast Tbevaluableeabslrorrlurfaelta f alutM We ftMruite every Colas Original Not Btait bottomdraftanyBaiebarotrwlthl to remain air ttcht aa aa used SohCoala I JLtiteti1MLele frGibson feed door I x t I BE i McCLUI J SIMMSIl I TOW t r r J lV nis a son of Mr and Mrs t Btines and the bride is a ThomlonyonapendiatricLir MJar EtIiehGiLhart young cobple we rev Weith Ice Cream Supper Ice cream supper will be given the t pithe Graaied School EverY body invited 4 Dentonrtrabolahe I will have a demonstration of South Bend Malleable Range mv store beginning the week arifspurchasingd of tangle your iruer- to see this range demonslra before buyingf KIMDALLaColored Fat Next Week The Washington county colored fair Association will hi 46l annutl exhibitibn a fair grounds next Thursday ridsy and Saturday Thg yI quite ad attractive pro hJlhIj r1edfair they have ever held excursion wilt be run from r eII thhExplosion VictimImproving I cle Montgomery I who was i 01 in a dynamite week is now at the Re oss colcredf hospital in Louis where he is being treated Dr Leachtnan Pis injjries Ropperias ar the er1laccompaIt was found that thisI thigh bone hud been brok hIe unstained a fracture of the ankle heard from last Monday was expected improving that be rapidly will alndIIIIla without serious t Ie Dugan Jane Dugan died last tao ale She wdsIthe widow of lute Lovelace Dugan who a Confederate soldier aud kited during the siege of t Vicksburg She is survived b daughter Mrs Parks Alabama aria Mrs team G Tucker of this county is a grand daughter fahe wasH lady high ly regarded by everybody Will knew her aud leaves many netds in the county liner services and burial were condu ted at BiOotnti did Friday II Fiscal Court Meets I h CountyFiscal the Court House Yesterday pur buUnvf to tall for tecmving bios lcxaslrolIJl thelJ41rectl 11mad11 toe Couuty to reconstruct road with its own force TieUddd EuKintei was directed iu repair the Lorettu roan the roadIa d the north sad of the j uurr road WdllsJ III arrived irnu a mO tlveslu Mirlsourla iss Lucy Belecijii if Lou jsville this week ou uusiues DSr E H Campbell leis o day for Indinnapoiis i Mr and Mrs Lewis iHampk are visiting friends in Lodisvil and Shelbyville tMr AG Noe left Monday accept a position in Somerset fur J H McChord of Lou lle is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W Cr M Chord Mrs S M VanA aisle has rs turned from a visit to Stanford Mr George D Robertson of Kansas City Mo isU visitingi his mother Mr Frank Blandford has moved to Oldham county where hfe will engage in the Dairy bus ness Mr John Clay brooke of Mays nine is the guest ol friends here Rev P P Henhfessv has re tturned from Lebanon and is much unproved in health Quite a large number q IDem ocratsof this county attendedI Democratic Opening at Winches tter last Saturday Mrs Jodie Spaldii g George Mulligan are friends in Louisvilljj J LouisIMisses Katie Cain Hayden Mary Conwjiy apedSjuuday Fairfieldin lsi Il town iis visiting her mother Mrs Eliza Haydon IIhMIss Emily Birdifif Cincinnati lis here for a visit to her a ncr rs Russell Wil1lleav LonisIVi1JeI iMrs R D Watkins of 6an Francisco Cal will a rive to Srsb e remembered here by a number of friends as Miss Margaret Rus sell l Mr and Mrs W j McOel Lourisviile i Mr James Clement Pat Ktl1i and J S Clementsarkl attendin the State Fair in Louisville IMr and Mrs R N JVathen of Leb noD spentSandr431 with Mr nd Mrs T W SimaB Sr entert tained a number of I ends TueS- day r afternoon from tv to flue Mr H M Moss ar Vathen Simms art n Lquisv lafor tb week uRockbn Mr and Mrs Jobwain n this place spent llast ft Wednesday JfGeorge F41 r Mrs Doc Kays 13 i fanfily Roland Keeling and 11 Jel Colvin were the guests of Il D Keehn and family Sunday f Ii a Keelinalg withcMr and Mrs W Kays IMrs Angeline Cbrdon and daughter Annie were guest of M urrav Gordon n ear Brua Grovo and attended church Sat- urdaY anti Sfupday aud Mrs LiE Perkins IMr lamily visited relatives att B rush Grove Sunday Miss Vergie Thompson left for Berea Thursday where ah will enter school to the year Misses Pearl and t Flora Drai have returned to their home i Louisville after a lass to then grand father Mi1lr Brothers heMr and Mrs Uriah Keeling yithberMiss Eihel Keeling of Fair view spent last week with Miss Jt ceIIchildren upend Sunday wi in Nel i LATEST FALL STILES UT1 COATSUITS1AI I being received right along now in the Popular New ModeIaNew 101101Are and new colors All our garments are faultlessly tailored and are 1 J I to Prices give the range wearer from absolute satisfaction The value cannot be 1 15 TO 5O THE S UI T t I i I INEvvin Sealithe Ileading arateWoolen Skirtsjj CLOTHING HATS AND Fall Line of Clothing Hats and Shoes ffor Men dYoUuI Men iis now on i jfoj j11The inspection Drop in and we will be glad to show you NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AT OlJ STOkElT r I THE ROBERTSON GLYBRUOKE 6fIncorporated I iii I son Long and family near place sI Miss Leona Vandlveer of Mackville is the guest of her sister Mrs Roscoe Coulter this week near Tatham BpdoISI SALEI II saving mov to Louisville will on i turda Sept 16 IIoffcrfon Covlngton at enue This is a 6ro in two story residence loi rated on a good street and iu a good neithbrhooi madeyFogtOlPJMrs JLiI s M Campbell fardiewI IGiantCacopui the 8tItyatein it according 49000etimes as bright as the pun It la times aa large as the ten In 13I 44200001t1ftromIs according to the same 489 light years Suppose says Mr Ellison that instead of being at this infof the ann It would then occuprI tire hundredths of the lyIJ within the orbit of Venus and seen from the earth would subtend alI angle of about 70 degrees of are Thus when Its lower limb was on our both zone its upper would be within 20 lo sayono life could exist on earth with such Neighbor Straying From the Subject The business of motherhood be gars the little old lady in the back teat The president of the woman club j orderh will flutheir attention WTthe business of tfcc itrh t o Conversing With Ghosts Somo scientists of rcil eminence have accepted the postulato ot the individuality and sellconsciousness of tho soul after the death of the body demonestrata their belief by asserting com munication with these disembodied proapertainingnasserted years ago that he had had communication wltn teals at dead friends but for several later years he has been silent anent this matter Camille Flammaridn a rather speculative and sensational as tronomer declares that he has seen otdeadtrlendsbrother of Henry James the novelist poIeminent psychologists but at last accounts the soul of Professor James had not trfti k MMOH CAVE 9925 For an AIl lpense TwoDays Tour from Springfield Sept 26 Personally conducted by the Excursion Agent L do N R R Round trip tickets 375 Board at the Cav Hotel including the several routs in tue cave fo f5 50 Tickets on sale for mornjnt trims Phone L N Agent I tl in and in pipe is all we or its astic ever for it I It answers every smoke desire you Prince Albert grret1 suck tmtkm harts PATCNTC wmALBERT rational goodness satisfaction enthusi friends claimed or other had It is so cool and and to your that you will get with it in ai tWill you 5c orJOc to out our joy CO C One IuySouth American churches was discov Bred and brought to Ban Fraadsco bj Oakland Junk dealers WlllUsi and Lewis Rothenber Wslf just arrived from South America en the steamer Ousco They have beer on a trip in Peru and Chile tot two years The bell is 325 years old and hts y- In the of San Aucwtiao att Lima for more than two centuries lathe revolution of 1895 the cathedral was wrecked and the bell disappeared The two Oaklandera bought the acaftt1Jngwas thought In Lima that it lad bees stolen twenty years before Peruvians wished 40 buy the hell but the new owsers thought it WMU be worth more in this country aetTe fused to soil The relic welgba lot pounds and is of bronze with insert Cfbresitituertma ma or Callers Coeds of tho of Uraa Iota have drawn up a set of specifics tions for sending male callers homer 1030 In this regard the dean of women Miss Margaret Sweeney re contly said Hang up a framed copy of the rules in some conspicuous place girls Then draw to the rut alatlons with some timely remark V all else tails speak up Ufsay Time is up boys Duck Turned Into Soap At tho State university museum Ite Lincoln Nob Iis the body duck that hafltarned into soap This Is tho first known specimen ot tho kind Doctor Walcott explains the phenomenon by saying that the duck was fat and that the water alkali and Lot sun simply aide soap of that portion ot the duck that 9t being M tnuufermod J rt smokers irdelight1iffI1IIicW1lly MM a =it caat hile yew it cut perch your thrnkt yo can it as L2U as yet lace with 1It febck bt rMl toittoee press iaseAlbertI PROCOS JULY aor1ntThat o tiitrjoymentpesiaLWepreI joy YOUD If a eMery howdydoen tap a toMMetAJAert I pupuredbaaulbrn AuadlaMnthn Ilta CrlliaIIaaIrIera apseN aitaatftiMo- MossbrUW i+ sew au any never I fragrant appealing smokeappetite chummy mighty short timefI invest prove say soon the national smoke- R J REYNOLDS TOBACCO WiMeassH Itwo buying cathedral University attention openly of a largely wauapttltlt r1DL HI r Ii t1 t 1otI IIt 1Ijj J JI f IIllli a TWa athleNall1 gM aeMIs t 4twjjr t iiTTTo The Pnblic r I will cpnticue the business of Bn Lake k i aIthe old stand opposite Lu N depot where 1 will kto ooi i i hand a full line ofI f f Field Seeds and EdM 1I Belt Jellico Co l h i tIi I it t That I sell At 57c wr I M M i 140 per hundred Chicken feed with iiBmu tiI Beat Jellico Cool loaded with fork rdlsee my stock Pri 41 i IMI ii iBD r t The Daily Evening Post and News Leader botfe one year for 350 F 7 t r VEPAS TRosE t B MAjr1gkt L o x J 1 dIM att 11Ypitk r i4 wttk most Y 17f 1I1J7 SbO lit UM wend- Iss w w op a- r W 4 thi ttic =1ead It wee4rvs AMheayt- tMU1 Tent received tie eeeal B hideo4e whieh BOW eosstltut iJaiydsr eWII jrotHtM MrL V tlukteu6aUy7e cut go out I Why youve vet I M u mtwee latlMfs friead auenIy ta hte Myr AMt E heiMee I ehell Jesi1 r Mep OUT a shett tfhe There ta h J alI ahiI ttye IWIIl14MTLssdrick esMe I aaitwemtye aed 1W uMit M thohMChly To- aftiMtt I o ee sfeat IIX weeka at jI m wr dMr wpw w4th you 1 Jt JI ItI tfteofh yerhaye that t Av nv iiwth UM Mta tkt I Might J tkt I M ht heeeMe A feal iIIIt a ITIIIe4T 11 faiher left MeT I want a 4r r HUi ii4I it la tteYNbs14TprBN- r tcMethod feet i SWi J 10 BII1I7ti t1r t u e tsal remark S S S ked the Warmth arW lNaih I y i lua lltke- vw 4L3 ri r ilarteear pb ke- Ir aw j 1 wx kJaitef 1 jt tale 8BJths 7d tIoutkaye t tj 1h vtoUY in eGo eJ U1I of the i 11eYJ ve r tba t Er l ait Tf mrckes 1 4Teem5d mineaee has 4s EaI fS J 1d r r iX madE aI taM aSrin- n Mine kBsat I wu H taU s jrL1ts aebbay t the i at lira h iext i thP rJ Jt6tito Ji shooter t l her t Cd to i J fr cT i r SbnUl1 T 1QDI s iriC1 tJt4DucdJ SJ1SIM1yf61iaIS 0 W 1cbraerJ oI1Sa i Pi is 1ssd14 ere PDI uaterz- t1II1I rntlie 41p11rII he ln- gr =La trI itJI n lloIe I et t iIiI 0 teoted- t aiIIfmItfedtb IIIa h or d Ij In I 1btSdStiES j 1Jen fr r the a evil reck 4 rcxaa Ui aooa i view n forb TSLIS tIS j tuw Iowa P y IM urve w tI ode w 1oet aii- e iei1l tar iii aaa iiSIt I aagIt 1 r1l aha fr4FW r ape Ut- var J aId-4Jb a tpIs 1 Of gwttlfzrt ir I J t 1L ilIrr1 ltoel o te ff11 1x- a h = the weruin- gMq4 w tMLt4sditver 1 i wsrid be sdgiitteI but ltkiock t1ttMTve Mr fcr t ftlBr t hold me Bp for the fast year Ive got to get th- easo the boysrtheyllvbe rioting fittervoat get it he ended riB MCemVo a transfer the M Tto jay jadMlebaga and let Me follow yea f IBM Veil Then It they waat yoff teMJewXip your bands you can aa Wf tiey discover that yur bag are empty I can ride on to the mine TKer woat hurt your she asked anX ie aely N411 they Want Is the money- Sh a ewed her But I cant permit yov tS endanger your life Its for my own Interests she salt cattily 9 as Vera Linwood avers Uawood why Mist Linwood iWM gelng East next week to see you The Golden Eagle has developed another rich vein Aad the Double Eagle has lost one tlIand I am sorry I feel like a robber myself In mineI let us put these anarntMat end dont worry It wlH come ortjUUichtl He slapped her pnya flask and mounted his black and fol sewed When Vera passed the ambush she was talking to her pony as beforeI Once more Jflcodemus Alexander she hrfctened I will ride to the top et the kill then down again for din aer Eho passed the ambush and waited breathlessly around the bend of the trail Somewhere near by she heard the pounding of the orecrush ers and she knew that she was near the Mines Below she heard the tread of Bur teee horse followed by a sharp com Maai a momentary silence and then the Murmur of other voices The hold up kid happened and theywere going through the mine owners pockets and searching his saddlebags for the Gold ea Eagles pay roll Nlcodemus Alexander was smitten with indignant surprise when his rider suddenly jabbed her sharp heel IntobizflankHe up the trail hJs hoofs scattering the stones underfoot In- C larry of dust horse and rider ap peered at the office of the Golden xaie A l zen men surrounded Vera Mr Bnesaheld uphelp him aht gasped and tumbled from her P911Tol There was a shout of anger as the Miners grabbed their weapons and dashed down the trail to meet the paj SMster Vera leaned dazedly agalnlt the of flce do ir arMstared at tie blood trickling downthe eleeve of her white blouse Someone must have fired at me she fimlled faintly vThej luckxjrtle angel exclaimed enlt roughly dfessed man as he led her ipslde the ulJdlng Weeks aftarward Mrsr Henry Hen drick reread a letter from Vera It via dated irbm Eazle CitY tv Important Rueilan Induttry PMhrthe timber districts of Russia A large quantity pf such BUbstancee la aet Qnly used1 for home odnsuaaptloa la Rustle but is also exported te for 81kek Engtaad alone takes JtUls1uttdik exported chiefly to England iroM Areaaagel where ttla one of the prin cipal articles of trade while turjeja Lute has been shipped to Germany r frees the Baltic ports and overland la tan recent 1uptt1eyears in western Thistle es beea distilled from the stumps Ileft after the clearance ot woods this kay ig been ln great demand in Germany a count of iU good quality and low ydce Up to the present time the op erating method employed in this la aaetry ha1fbeen for the most part of a primitive character and carried en in small esUblishments Tgiefre the owner is at the same time workman and aaJesman tilpd8oId1ersAeonveys the information that hun dreds of Engllutkglrlfl have expressed tbeirdIlIgneo nuOfry crippled British soldiers and to care for them as their contribution to their countrys cause The offers came as the result ot a publisBCd suggoltion that plucky1 girls might be ot service so and alt that stands in the way of the BUCCMI ef this wholesale matchmaking is that ao degree of pluck and patriotlsM aeens safflclent to overcome maidenly shyness Th girls have agreed te atarry but they cannot walk up to the onelegged soldier they see and Iirst him so Meetings are to be ar raq by certain women of the Lou tpn Wett std where these selfsacrl Icing girls will be Introduced to the lifelong hardens they have agreed to iaku husbands IWh the Worken Quit number of men under anas add those engaged in making war mu altiona except food and clothing though a great deal of war clothing Is wasteful IB that It is used up far fast er than itthe wearers were in a ecutatloaJ Chill Economically considered all these Men are idle for they are producing f theirfsome puiationabout the same for the other bellge erie except Russia where it Is somewhat lojrer uppeasometh1ng like half the theV1twn1Paitthree years being supported in Idles by the government during that period SafptM there was some de blowlne1Ipfactories burning vlllagee Sappoee there was a very high casualty and aasrtaUty rats among tie Idlera Oar aboutUkewouldbe H tMe MflUea ef yeasieaers and ec ftcWeM wWU be te ofset the arala Ift1IicWIer as I 1111j111ttItlytbIe M4 i ss eMUrea theaeaaai tM halt rtby ss1IMej Je aDiT ii4WJ HAJttST IUILT A ClAYlCHCm Admiration for Bach WM Younf Mans Inspiration In Construction Itall A longing to hear and to 3alo of Bach on the clavichord the f taatruMent on which Bach played and ISOIOd hit mqBiA led Frank M Watson twentytweJTears old a Jack MA MMlclan to build one of thelo in stnuaecitt and to build It under such a handicap as would cause the aver ace person to despair a Jackson can respondent of the New York World writes Two years ago Watson went to Bos ftenand studied for a year at New Eng land Conservatory of Music There he acquired a technical knowledge of the pland and kindred Instruments which enabled him W bulfd a reproduction oi the clavichord an Instrument which has not been used for 200 years from printed descriptions of It a the museum of the University ot Michigan there is a clavichord built in the time of Bach but knowledge of this Instrument did not come to young Watson until he had practically com pleted the clavichord on which he was working However he made a trip to Ann Arbor and not only Inspected the Instrument at closo range but put it in repair With the exception of ont or two things he found that the clavichord bunt by his hands was correct and details which were wrong were ol minor nntureIThe agricultural department of tht TJnlvenity of Illinois has published another report dealing with the achy ot this state and the fertilizers which theyneed This new investigation the that Illinois farmlike last shows Ore need not worry about potash With the exception of swamp lands our soils haTe all the potassium salts they need and the addition ot more Is a stimu lant rather than a food What Illinois land usually does lack Is phosphorus and the United States has a plentiful supply of phosphate rock This is good news to farmers who had been taught that the lack German potash would cut down their crops It tends likewise to stimulate an American industry which was be ing hidden behind clever foreign ad vertising By the time this war it over America will know how mvcfc potash fertilizer it really needs and what the stuff is worth on the soIL Chicago Journal Tenant Defense League The workers war emergency com mittee of Great Britain in consid raUon of the Increase of house rente throughout the country are organis lag conference to be held in all the chief industrial centers within thf next few weeks with a view to form lag tenant defense leagues These leagues are to organize tfeo tenants with the object that they shall refuse to pay the increased house rents dun leg the war It has been Indicated that the government would take ac tion against the abusive demands 0- 1landlordsbnt the workers war oman gency committee will carry out theft present plans Dawn Near Armentleres One of the most poignant memories It may be that I have brought back from the war Is the unearthly beautj of the dawn la that low country writes a British captahl in the Atlan tie Monthly Morning after morning I watched It and the render never ceased Water mirroring willows and the silvery sky stood ever in the fore mIwhole again With thofull light an awakened world the picture was tn1thespiritual element ta a ravaged world Mite Beau the WInkIWhjifdld you think of the meter ear race Pat rdidnt aeelt You didnt tee It Why I iaw yos at the track tlYII I was atthe thia Ok but I had to wink Just at the wrong tolme and whlri1 Ixot thru the race was over JudgeS KnowledgeI way of knowing aft about the pronunclatloa of the queer names we encounter ia the news Here Is a list showing how every one of them is pronounced J Yes But what 1 Wait to know IIs how you ponoun s the way uttMrare prosoIvur Puna on lenbstwiea The punsters irrepressible be nun indites his jokes on tombstones An epitaph in Whltham Abbey In forms us tnat Sir James Fullertou died fuller of faith than of tears fullerXof resolutions than of palud fuller of honour than 6f days There is another pf Daniel Tears Though strange yet true full son enty years was his wife happy with ber Tears This was written of an organist Here lies one blown out of breath whp lived a merry life and died a Mwedith Another says Here lies Thomas Huddiestono reader dont smile but reflect as this tombstone you view that Death who killed him to a very short while will huddle a atone upon you Use for Prisoners of War Austria has discovered a scientific sac for prisoners of war Doctor PochI professor of anthropology ana ethnoJ ogy at the University of Vienna haoj been granted tho sum of bj thfStt jovernmdnt to conduct anthrdpologlcal researches among tho captives of Aus trian arms He will njeosrro their skulls tabulate tho color of 4alr and eyes collect data as to dialect andI otherwise subject these human spoctI mesa to the scientific many times repented The onceoverI tor is said to be wildly enthusiasts over the prospect of so large and TI nod a collection of human material for his investigation Tired Hunter Was a Corpse When H In Burr went to his grist mill near Balls Mills he found lean Ing against the door what ie nt flrat supposed was a tired hunter who had topped to retWhen he came closer he found it was the bodyot H Franklin Spotts who had by all Indications placed the Muzzle ot a shotgun in hisl mouth and pulled the trigger with his fovH blow teg out his brains Wlllltjssject Pa iaatia WlaaelBhia iMttlref i I jWEST SUFFERS FROM WAR J Uttle Children Excite tHeJ Sympathy ef Those Who Know tn Situs tlon In France appealto Of all those who Buffet by the irttl1 rei11e1t alone in the world The Committee Pranc American for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier has alreadyl done nobl work under the direction oi Mrs Bliss wife of the secretary of the American embassy at Paris and Mr A P Jaccaci the artistauthor whose On the Trail of Don Quix ote is well remembered The treAs- urer is Frederic B Coudert One hundred and toripityfive children little ones like trae who were Belforthave troopYprastated by months o artillery fite Shelter has been found for them in convents and institutions that are providing a roof but are so sadly im punfedthrough otherj The jiittle ones are living on 15 cents a day- ESTHETICIM ngfromdont think of the popr devils below thoveling coal into the furnaces remarked the sympathetic man youngthinturesque smudge it makes on the akJ line FINISH IN THE WASTEBASKE1 rhat Receptacle the Last R4t iPlaca of Idea Which H ve Failed to Survive The wastebasket is a symbol of oiv Union To It are consigned the taU ures and tho hasbeens old love let tars appeals that meet with no response things emptied of their algnlfl cance by Unto It fs the grave ot dead thoughts What a moss of hu man effort and emotion its contents represent The merest printed circu jar hung there with hardly a glance stands for long hours of eager plan ning by somebody and the skilled labor of many hands Men have striven with the utmost of their ability to win your Intlre and imVo failed The wastebasket records theIr failure paiperand harking back te leasant expert 10rntlaffectionheart beat quick A first a Joy they became an accumula ton and are now a riddance Thero Is a populai magazine of last January How utter y flat and stale It seems Tho heroes and heroine that stalk chattor and pose through Its pages are noV forgotten Tire rent man eulogized in a Ipwlng artlcltfhaa since fallen into d stavor The big names flaunted on the cover have a look of mockery lia most gripping tory ever written ids been supersod ed by a scoro of others The brilliantt comedy success putted by the dna matte critic has leltjthe boards ton Iever among these hasbeens are a host of mlghthavehedns inchoate fdcas Jotted down b it never consum mated letters that were written hut never sent plans for homes that were never built dairlta schemes aban doned out of fear hat they were vis lonary Aspiration grophiga how they might have tanged the world for some of usl Few things eseap you long old Jug gernaut Ono after another they loM their hold and fan nto you And yaw aro always waiting To moriturl saluiamts Jndgi Jpen Iy Oats A simple device for the operation ot the heavy End cumbersome barnyard gate is that oWHachlng a wheel to the tree or swIglng eud In many instances farm goUt are so long that tbd ordinary hlhge is not strong enough to sUpport the entire weight and it isncosary to allow the free end to rest on the ground The use of a wheell makes it unnecessary to lift the gate wbao it Is 4atr d to j- elQit WARCRIES USED BY THE JJEty They Are Many and In All Tongue But Another Ono le Said to Uo Coming The Jew has as many warcrlos as heftghtswllhhis own warcry that eternal tearful cry of his that In these days Is rending the heavens over Russian and Gallcian Polands E R Lipsett writes la the still there is another and a newer cry coming the warcry of the neutral jew To arms to arms 0 Is rael has arisen the sudden thunder lugS cry throughout the length and breadth of tho Now York Ghetto and all the other Ghettos in the larger cities of America We know of tourso what are the arms of tho Ghetto Jew they are tongue and pen By means of these it Is intended to raise tho Jew from the depths of his ashes and make him a Ifve nation again A congress of American Jews is to be called and Ita to demand at the conclusion of the or before iit the return ot Palestine to Its ancient owners For the Jews are a nation land they must have a land and Pales the is theirs That Is to say in brief that while nearly threequarters pf a million Jews on the European battlefields are at One anothers tb roats in vindication each of a different nationality the Jews far away frc m tho bursting shells and glittering ba onets are calling out if them No yp fro all In the wrong Foryon are all u ie It Is not r us tol detentlnt whether the Jew rare a nation Jt If not for one man o toll another wha he should be One Is what one feels If the Jews feel themselves a naUoa that Ii auQlclent == HARD CASH FROM JUNK PILE Grtt MihufMturtRf Cstctra Turns IU Waste Material FM VariaIValualtle CirifiItiss If the pork pcki Use all of the fig but the squeal te ireat mann lecturing Industries are not far behad ta utlUzlnc every ounce of Matter that comes laefi tkelr hands The works at Haw Ill ot the Weal era Electric ee psay for Instance dispose of Jvfck or wastematenlel lerbry month ai follows Brass 1M tons copper ito tons Oerraazusllver 174 toss lion and steel 89 toii solder sklmmlncs 4 toss lead tons paper 7 separate Scraps and of tOflSIpresses ChIp sweepings are patuftd through sef rators and marI netlc neparators These are melted 11ceUuloldare according to else The tenner finds IU way te the plating and drying rooms the Sat ter to the furnaces whore It produce steaia equivalent to the proAucf of 5200 tons of coal a year aad wood ash that is sold for an average efJJ 16140 a year J Waste paper u4 cettoa waste is made Into scratch pads or used Jh the packing departJBent Lead from Junked cable IIs melted off refined and used again or sold as pig lead Cop per wire Is baled under proeeow for future use Rubber Is grotwd and used In the manufacture of cwt rubber parts As tha ccipasy buys raw Material amounting to the average of 1600 000 a month the reclaiming of junk Js a most Important Item of expense saving And this Is true of every large factory HONOR GIVEN TO fiOLDFIELD According te United State Qeololeal Survey It la Richer Than Rival Tenppah ItIThe rivalry hetweea Tpnopah and Goldfleld mining e Mfe seems to have been definitely settled by the United States geological urvey Figures giv en out recently Indicate that Gold- field lea4 with ta production of 65 000000 worth of gold and silver while 601OOOOQONevada however can take credit for 125000000 worth of gold and silver from ha twos camps since 1900 The Goldfield territory was opened two years later than the Tonopah die trict Considerable copper Is even yet being takea from the concentrates of the Goldfleld mills while the Tono pan field are practically abandoned The federal survey on the two fields reveals that While the deposits In each were found In what Is technically known at tertiary volcanic rocks in form and character they were radical ly different thtis disposing once and for all of the old tradition that the veins were the same dipping far down Into the bowels of the earth between the two camps Hollands Water TrenrMa The war department of the Nether lands has developed new sort of trench for use In tho low and marshy parts of the cow try where 1q case of Invasion the vhlef battles might be expected Fighting along the TIer has taught the strength of a Iwater defense above all others For belsocalled waterline has been brought Ipto readiness But a great deal of fighting might take place upon the endless tracts ot meadows which lie all around the capital of the kingdom The trenches which will here be con structed will be arranged In such way that at a moments notice they can be turned into flooded ditches In the warfare In France and Rue ala a conquered trench moans an add ed strength for the enemies who Im mediately turn the trench into a for tress ot their own The Dutch trenches when it is necessary to abandon them win almost automatically become a Ideep flooded ditch which will be BO use to anyone and WW merely form another obstacle oa the way forward jury ZxeneratM PeaS cew When Sn automobile kits a cow ail Injures It badly the driver Is to blame and not the cow even If the cow did get nervous when It saw the auto headlights bearing swiftly down on it A jury decided the foregoing In Judge Oatens court and awarded flOG dam ages to EmU Alt the cows owner August Sempert who owned the auto argued In court that he didnt know the Hawthorne bridge was a browsing pasture and that the cow should hive worn a red light on IU tall But the jury disagreed with htav Portlaai re ptspMck Lee Aiels TUftM Hudson toy Reatf lisa competition of the Huesoa Bay fromtheopen a vast area of rich natural re ltahistory ThoBuhonAILdeNDarItrzwProfessor Berlla Bnlverslty is said to have discovered TheilcoverTryelf1IflhizeMILDPROPOSlTion lIeIt ifl always well tto hen something on hand SheYes something nice lIiku aa engagement ring ITS frAY This dinner of Smiths is certain ly a swell affair Thats all right Jfe pays for it from his inflated stock 01VIOUS lJWhy do you want this articl 2 7Kg 1Udad r rQ laM igqt to mj ergot j b VtRV NKAR tTj- WosMmt yqu eajey sMaruif UM ik of 0 eeie- Matt sL I kiw s ps OR bY p CI keau IrUfnmellf Remarii Len Mater ef Sltuatlen but HjjWas a Costly One The great st dandy ad fop of Ilbowna Ute delicate and leisured and since upOntheat that time Was represented In theIset where the beaus Influence wasII felt by the prince of Wales who was It truth must be told not a slender sum It happened that the prince and the beau quarreled- To be a dandy Is not generally con sidered th1lrIt mark of being a bravo man but Beau Brummnll gays instant proof that he was not only a great dandy but a great man as welL Thc details of the story are somewhat vague hut the main facts are certain Xrummell knew that his quarrel with the prince would mean an end of his Irestlge but he refused to yield and the day1 following the quarrel wentIwalking with a friend said to have been Sheridan The sews of the rupture between the prince and the dictator of tashIonI had spread and there wete not a few who gathered In the hopes of aIpassage at arms between them It happened that Sheridan and Brummell met the prince and his rarty WIth priRcely ostentation the royal personage called Sheridan aside and spoke to him pontedly ignoring rmnmell whp stood by Brummell 41d not flinch In the crisis he was the only person who seemed to be in different Then Sheridan returned With a gesture ofjncllfference Drum mell lifted his glasses to his eyes and indicating wjth a slight wave atihis land the persod to whom he re fanned he asked In a clear but ian mid voice the famous quesUon Sherry whos your fat friend Brummell spent the greater part of the remainder of his life in Calais an outcast a broken man But with the memory of his great rebuke it can hardly be said that in the elsie he was found wanting INSURING LIVES OF OTHERS Practice Tf1tl Is Largely Prevalent Though It le IllegalHow It Is Done In the Trenches A recent case before the courts threw considerable light upon the penchant some people have lor specu lating In other peoples lives One Woman held life insurances on her parents her children her motherin law her brothers and several friends Of course that sort of thing is Illegal but It seemv to be a flourishing bust Dell nevertheless But hope delayed maketh the heart sick and after the Insurers ihave kept the premiums paid up to pretty Well the amount they would gain from the Insurance company they see their profit melting away and call the law to free them from their investment claiming their premiums back on all sorts of Ingenious defenses Rather a rotten business but we are assured that it Is much more prove lent than we have an idea of There must be a tremendous temptation to assist fate at tIme and In any case wliea relatives form the chief Invest Meet oa these lines It must be rather exasperating to have them politely In form us that they are quite well thank you One recalls that scandalous comic song that had such a vogue a while back wherein an Irritated hubby sang that he was stony broke with a wad of dough staring m in the lace Some of the stories of the sweepstakes in the tranches are equally disturbing The name of each man In the regiment going Into action is put Into a hat awl every man puts up I franc The money is divided between all those who drew the bame of a man who is still lIve or unwounded at the end of the day A soldier cap spite a chap hoMing his name by de liberately courting the attentions ot a bullet On the other hand it tends U make them tenderly considerate of each others lives and urgent admont Lions to take car4j ore set JMCeII Mnlv dlilnteroated Uear Aunt Emily wrote vera will be home In another weekand shall bring my husband with me Dont faint poor dear auntie he U the most splendid man You can guess so I must toll you that neverI marrying Anthony Burgess the son of tethers old friend my trustee The trusteeship has been transferred to young Anthony because his father is dead and Anthony says it isperfectly natural that we should have met and loved and married for now he can continue the trusteeship forever And best ot all you are to give tip the Boarding house and return here with tie It you will for the Golden Eagle has developed wonderful riches and Anthonys mint has a new vein of gold and wto are all going to be very rich Indeed And Anthony wants mr to add a postscript that we are ricl In each other and richer to happlnesy than all tht gold ID the world couK sessaniDog Bring Load of Foes John Hundley a farmer awoke la the morning to be advised by his wife ofa seriOus deficit In the pantry neither flour nor meoL Hundleys horses were not shod the sleet and ice were too rough for the animals the femurs strong box was empty and the farmer resided six miles from town Bat John met t he emergency He constructed f large sled hitched nine fox hounds to It loaded on five bush els of stock peas and hit the trail for Camden After a cpuple of hours rest Hundley returned home the dogs pulling a bag of meal and a barrel ot iour through the snowCamdo- Teas Dispatch to JCaoxvllle Jose a Net Always What They Seem hIltMlCUWTJltI seem to hays a presentiment that way i Them tau heedrof It air re Sfoaded the servant Them present aaeaU is fraudsJ A cousin pt mine kai eve etc end it treated 1Virfcaaly It was Jiiet like the one thats tre lla you MW airSMe closure tthede kliWLeut ia Egypt so he divided hU UTtaga aetwee his sweet itasrd3is1boe chust sad went sat to be shot Bat never a scratch dMhrtAM W haifeaed when he re tWMdkoMe DM they give him back hl Mee eyr ret Imetthey Nt i hMwekeeylag with the IuIv ss sss s Saved Girls Life 11 want to tell you What wonderful benefit hm MW celved from the use of Thedfords BIackDraIMrs Sylvania Woods of Clifton Mills Ky I 1IItsaved my girls life When she had the iskwent In on her but one good dose of Ttedfeitf IIthey made them break out andl she IMS ted M more trouble I shall never be without I = 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