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Pr 5 c cBSTABLSIIED 2 t 1 rOJDq JrNI 3 J 6 r fJP t7tW SER1ESYOL XXXI No 6 fri SPRmjJFIELDw rt WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 11 I9I5 Cf ooLtytSij4a VOICE OF THE LORD I I01ITRE SAMUEL I fairtill jM3 fl EOFcb II SamueKDevotcd to God Before His Birth An Opening For Sarvicov Faithfulness 4Fti ServiceCalied toL Higher Service Samuel the First of Israels Prop hots Speak Ir4 Jar 7hp intrant hUJftthJf Samuel CODA YS Study gives n dtu tlu familyIIttlelnI of the Jlsniclltcs ifter the dajs of Sarnsou anti of Ruth It shows tlie deep rejlglous sentiment prevailing amongst many of the people The Tnbemncle of the Lortf In this Sjuu styled the Temple N located at Shllbli u fev milesf I north of Jerusalem The priest In charge was ElL The peopje bv DI vie direction wept nnnnullv to vor snip the Lord to offer sncritive etc at Xhe Passover J The rather the mother of SI1ID1 uel were of these annual iofshfperS j hqforfe Samuel was born Ou one of these visits finn biz mttde ennieat- liirayer to the Lord tJlrl1 son vowMng mulf hef netltlou wcre yranted her sou should be tie ifoted to the Lords janice for life Her pniyer was xinswered T b c l child Waa burn UtIllauelconuwute t fianrod Samuel famuel When he was weaned he was present ed to the Lord through Ell to be hi fiIhome Ibewordweaiietleunderstand Jo signify the time when the thjldwtfs able todo without his moth tt erg care probably ten years old Gods Reproof of EliolOur lesson opens with the declaVa alon that the child Stmuei I unto the Lord before PJi mlnIneredl l was u servantor the Lord by virtue of tbs being u senlint to El the LurdcI Mireseutntlve nod priest Tire word of Jehovah was precious in those nysIt wns soliToin that Goo sent snechil niessnges in tbatjtlme There tvns no opcn vJslon visions and reve i t1atlouvere not hen being given Thy jblllne Plan IIIhidden The Drlm t lnnd Thummlm nhswcrsot tin Lord toa ttiopeo Us liuiulricH had cciiKvil It llf supposed mxii Ell at this UlUat Ugli6out Suxfuty years old soint i r in think hearer elshfj tils vision was dim lie was slttplu in one apart FrueatterI ir II Jlt tLirsk- serChe 1 wht rnliWivler only to lJlietoIOIhat hehililllIot Inen etljed HitiI liythi ihiinl time KJI nallzod that U Go who had istllitJ nmiicl nod he Instnictcil till Ind that If the voiei lshould tiKiiln bt hwird he shpiild say Siwrtls Lord fbrTliy sirvaut litiiffth Tim volit cirtui agnin aunt appjnml lv tilL iTnjM ot the tAint pilllZlrtc1tl f Samncl at tho alIml tliueTluii tlu t Iurdjula intssaK tto nniijvl ItI il iHIliiB wnr lwilh of KHVtwii siiiis v nod EH s iiIUdIt lth lilt tllai Kli i family stiqIIilPiLCVIrmilre erxv ihi i1llillte IIrhtcII 1IIl inrrII Ihy Hithnr KHs foils uiUUi rd thou thin as iniiUL iHrlfsjs taking nmrc thisa clllre lliaii thiv wen 2t1lnej fn tlK Tlvlne arninsoaicirt mid llftw t l jislii InimoralUy thus mlsli ullii lilt JIOllll IIit1ti1rlglittOttsIItsSr Divine Disapproval of Weak I Int flu iiiiirnttiK Ell af nM wlutlitr the Lonl had ChhracbI furthct sind what TK wild i trial to Samuel to tell Ills friend nnJl f JitUihiftor tile Lords judcnrvnt apijnst I himself and his family tint Kit df innnditl to Ji ow the full particular silid Sainuej tghl hUn every whit Thus 1tI1 ottpii wltlisthe Lords faith t fill servants their ttiidofnisH of hlHrtJmight prompt tlum to tilde which their sense of duty may ruiiulre thenfto HIIIik boldly In every ease the IndlvfdualV conscience mnst befol t lowed 1 liitccuiscknre must rdnrjit through th Word of God When Eli limtrU wlwt tilt Lord had dcjclanMl respgtl his family lie tin SWemt ltiit 1 y3jiorritltlSl rb Lord let Him d whlltl ijwlth Him 4kI1 tin how vyfr fnltlifnl ntid llhrpJ h lie utn ahJri a1lriifrlitiij iio w tiul hls- liantrii r vIt not II futtory to 1111 He 1I1pallttU WItI Iliatiiia tu t firdRiuiort llrmness of VharaeUjrja t4tfn r apiireiiatiUi uf His dill 1ttoward thi lurtIAnsMla lrItint and iaWnrdjihT uwu chJJUcen ns their father We may be sure itt bat f SitrQng chanicters are most pleasing to iteryhisly They unity income respects lit tbe mop dllmtill to dca1 wlUi but JiverthilfSH tlrmness It1 vliirntttr Is JJewel t hliililv cstOtluIil nil wlie oile as wVll t7 till LonL- Sannifl erit jji fnvnr with Hull nnd with EH sail rflitti fsraek its they u11ixi JHai Thfy HTit Ut fJaiiF4kPt iIrtIItOIIIt1Rturn Itit1ois d 1i u atblrrjIail tU1 iii Itlt l qilut of Is J t liHilrt 1llIf nriu rim II Iiit ji ts t fff 11 iiiii Mw It 1111 J h f1lfrtI f l1k41iftI 1i iiit ii t ifJrI Ijkiqr Jz fj 1 t Notice jI riIll aVli l iin t1li t e of lt rsSaIlie f tiatnlt n deceased will pre rnJjili niteiijrqpei ly froven to IV ithittgiton or efore the Jsi dao Te u ry 19 a T Hip4ton Adinrfc r w r r r 7c Tw t tg7flEAf i r NEWs=LEADI Rc tzSeiningJCases fettled n tAll intereistini tne presenlterm of toe Marion circuit court has been cente reaiu ihetrikrs ofjthe seining cases f At the last ternj of coirt jndictnteiits were riorn e4 against 117Rjtizens charging them with seining fish in theJ Sjeams of the county Many ol Uiel jare as prominent men as are in this county The casts were sst for trial on Monday Tttough prohibited by law seining had been done here ft r years iuii nothing was thought of it c ni sequently great feeling was aroused by lthe indictmens Mr Robert Harding of Dan 01FIjjeared to prosecute the easer bbing assisted by Commonwealth Attorney Hill and County Attor ney McElroy and those charged withi seining were represented by 11McEllVBen SpaUlintr Tne trial of tie first indictment resulted in the acquital of the four defendents lathe second case tritd the jury fuUedto agree on a verdict Afier a number of meetings and discussions an agreement was reached Tuesday after pOtI by which tiveof theseiners pleaded guilty and the other in diclments were dismissed Fines f 25 werri assessed agamjt ch them Mr Tom B 11tstcfrcutt 1 Hl Gartin sheriff making no- harge for their leesjn thelcases Everyone elDe satisfied wah he settlement of the cases Mr J Quincy Ward the Fish andGame Cominusioner of Ktn tUCl vWdS present at he tra nd after an agreeaitat haJ een roachedmajieil short talk the curt honsej explaining I aims anti iIobject off the corn jjihe n8 work and requested all se pitvsejt to nss st the com mission in the tnforcement of the law He made a favorable impression Judge Tijurman 1j180 spoke briefly He made a neat witty talc and stated that everything back of that date wais forgo ten but in tHe future it would be allo aim of the court to enforce the fish and game las Men n Falcon Think It Overa proIIin which it s pubiish d to such an extent that it bee 5mf s impos sible to place an estimate upon its worth There is no enter prise that does so much fur Hie corporaton or the individual citizen as the town paper it stands opposed to the town knocker the town IWcler the IIfnatic and the town drones It Stands for action es against dry rot Ii stands fur progress as- agaiistst gniition Itis ever re dy to tomoat the schfemes bf vissionaries and as ready to aid the constructive plans of tho visu and levelheaded citizens 1s for the unbuilding of the community The paper lis not come into ito own however be cause it is never appreciated tQ the extent ofits worth by tie people at arge Yet w hen bat ties are to be fought for town or county a rush ts uvide to the newspaper office always 10 fitiu the eaitor reidy gene ally with out hope of reward Many otlur enterprise are encouraged by a bonus Hut rarely is the newspaper offered any such help and still wre uten no given ib support it is emitted to Com muintis frtqueutiy lose sig tor their real benelactor when they W 800 Sett of Granite and Copper Ware FREE WITH EVERY MAJESTIC RANGE SOLD I j ONE ONLY WEEK Save 800s2 a S ja8pecial inducement during our demonstr- aT tion week only with evtery MAJESTIC RANGE sold prices always the same we will give free one handsome set of ware as illustrated here Every piece of this ware is the bestaf itl Kind Not a piece that it is not needed in every kitchen It cadnot possibly be bought for leas than 809 This if ware is on exhibition at our store DONT FAIL TO SEE IT t Which Shall It Be D 6 YtJ intehd to continue laboring burning valuable fuel and destroying high pricedfood with that old wornoutcook styve YOU KNOW that old stove eats up a lot of fuel each way YOUKNOW youvhave trouble in getting it to bake just right in fact spoil a batch of bread every once in a whileyou know it costs considerable for yearly repairs Stop and think and figure Wouldnt if pay you to buy a rangea range with a reputation THE GREAT MAJESTIC Mallable and RANGE Charcoal Y Olffmake no mistake in buying the GREvT M- JESTICriit3 the range with THM LIKPUTA Iii TlON ask your neighbors Then too its made just right and of the right kind of material M ALLEr BLE AND CHARCOAL lUONnveted together prectically air tightlined with pure aslestospartsb- eing mailable caut break has a movable reservoir and an oven that doesnt warpthats why theMA JESTIC uses so little fuel bakes just right all over without turning heats 15 gallons of whter while Hfejtimet Dont buy the rtnge you expect to last a lifetime disappointedVtthe GREAT HAJESU1C have its many exclusive features exhlained find out why the MAJESSIC is 300 per cent stronger than other ranges where most ranhes are weakest 1e0c13Ilt lib pGrstand asih btilwWks of dttfiiSQ against the atfcscUs of evil designing 8chpmos ffk cling t the good for the inlividtwil god of the town For iheso Idf other reasons the rlewspl IeoL liie town and county sliould reis ceive the sudport of Urn publio At huge in a very liuera degrep for iLls tealy humisl important bu hiesss tRljjBrgrUe uf the cor- ninuntlEc t f n t footed Bob White tt- rh r is nome of rnr birds which suffers nor daring severe Winter storm tt mi tho obiyhke the fdrmilrs greatest friend nmcihs lie 1OO1IFtd trite OrIJ dinarily in winter he is well ablo tj shift fur himself but hon1 G1Ithefl11Mrf tarn life raftl as a tes lit of thesolf unusual circuucsmucv s frr ntJ ly perishes It iis not the cod vhioh overcomes him but ibo fact that las uMvat lRuPpIY pfj seeds and vild berrh such as cbecjter Dud Cartridge berries ijefl ij It is at such times bat it CO res the farmers turn to do 1c Kind act and malta me reiurnf to ihe little en atur j vhith sptnds1 twelve months in theyar wcrUi i g in the inUresl jf him wvq tiliN the soil At no other timei does the bob w1itask any enj Gouragjment save tli ordinary protection during the closed bunting s wson rQor COOLS is a eMSidfrriti tta anyon ugJk to b dill tttiVt h m Uu ow ftftcr tlttbi wlnif scui oxer Ue ItLft4t filtle Ji ONLEGSIFDESIRED 7 MftJE5TICNEVER OOllt 5fElll KCVUENDEijflNIH t1f1NE HEfWY mPE QNMRRmEI7D SETTLE 180ZRllCOPPfRTEIJILT 14UZ11lLCOPtJER TOf FEEPUT 0r 0I rai- T helps c as a bit of t7heat altered at tlfe edge of the tbickels ad brush tanglrs Ground the pIn 6 fflhis will jpruvg a blessiujr to the tiny civat ires In their time of need Quail are the friend of the farmers in more was thai onp KVIuiosl nIt of the year the food of the bob white it eludes large ijuantiiips ofotwep1 seeds InI Fact be befcotnes preoy near be ilrg ibe champion weed destroyer nuionig the birds AI other times injuriousiuseclsamoug bug cucumber bctie gla shop per worms and caterpillars of tmaamarable kinds He has oeyor bueniinovfti to take toll of rOsingifjrglrr and has never been fund topulfup sprbutiig plants lot te keniel at the end is do some other birds Aftjor iiarvtt time 1Quu1I gleans he seutiei edgr iufrom thestub io Gtrid but thi general clean Jp1sli betelit boih to the land Lad the farmer whp ills it Come M Pinner its your urn A friend who works so In iustrrousiy fur 5Tuu witlrQtt any tIp y tlirjugbibe whole lone year lestiyes a few quarts of wheat tya of compensation iow at he is storm bound in some ijic4 Pt hbout the farm And ifj tet ra is uo whe tI in the bi n jusc now you know iheie you ulgL It The investment ill- be one of tie be t LU can make ind bring you noi only good re Lrn in a irActica form but gjve ou a hen j of sit is faction that swor b far more titan the bricei ftBa wheat rtjnccessful Parui i1t Get uihrr ady for the Otb arntj IU r ai whict i1I a prir Jtild n tile VI honry at Brown 1 CA Rvy talu r Rye Silage and Hay tOnt of May 1914 six acres of green rye were thejKentucky Agricultural Experi ment Station and placed thesiK The crop was cut wiih a grain andic the usual manner Afterit had passed tirougli the culling bx it was blown into tho silo an3 thoroughly tramped by two men as it is deposittdinto the silo The material was weightdard found to yield at thJrate of seV- en anda half tons of green rye to the acre It was a ihick heavy crop four feet high and just eqtoring the flowdting stage t Had it bean cut later it would have been richer in nutritive material The ground was im mediately plowed and planted inI corn after the re had bet n fr moved and it yielded a god corn crop During the time that tin m i terial was fermenting and form ing silage a disagreeable odor was perceptible around the sUp but when the silaga was thrown out of the silo prebaralory tIfoding the odor soon disappear elC It was fed in the teed trough h the barn immediately after woJIrJeItoIIJOIing of the silage ard the next milking and due ttthis system of the feeding it diJ not taint the milk No mouldy silage was found in tiio silo Tho rye silage was used in July and August Because Vot tlp long ar9uth otth it time there t Special Dethnstratioif and Sale FeblB8to 13 J HfRVYmRtUILEIZfDPIlOOIN PR HJ1R6E NEVEQSlJRN UJIRm RIPPIGPRI1 2mflunEvtR BVW1REhlPPINPTIN25LLbIPPliN tnt1lIliOBEVE RU11TEg i1 THIS SET OF WARE FREE FREE t tI 4 t1Ii II ILII t ILDanon t For he big sale to begg9dtC by h I horseSileCbIa Wednesday 2 Yf l w i4p 1 1iwill sell businessi horses g v horses and plugs J FprIIWe tnJJinform ai pn see lb 141111t cAI1 1 WS MEt was very little pasturage 1his ureen succulent silageserved maintain the milk flow at a High level du ring summer The dairy min should supply feummersila ie with the sjm6 feglarity thatt Le feeds silage duririir the whiter Fyebay iis similar in compcsii tbi to timothy ha It is slight ly riche in protein but not to cich in cirbt by Crates Green pye fop ftt ighj is Rometfh t riuber in totesraud carlohyr diutcstli ii iiIe grein yrr andr this in Mcitp 4wh so Vaui ble as a pxitu e upi sbiing crop Rye M ae q iiijin iVk ltly Jei s satxh Hull s Tr ijcw vertlie rye tia c c iiimes favorably winh c insiaje nd when fe- in libel ul quv jut will supp y iutra ile nutviiu nt Te ryenlege vondfaeber n rich er ff it had be cut titIi later date when the grain was iti the hart dough strtg These figute d monsirae that fill mere sbopld jilace more r liance in the ryfc 800 Set Of Granite and Copper Ware 1RANGE Great RANGES ONE WEEK J ONLY p- 1 HI1 bJ J Jl- i SOtJVEN1R DAY i rFEXVV1ITuesday cn the first 100 bQYs and girls who present to THE MAJESTIC SALESMAN at our store between Sand 5 pm TUESDAY written answers to the follsving will receive a TANGQ HOOP Souveni FREE 1 What range isyour mother now using 2 Do you know anyone neading a new n geT Who aWhy should thdGREAT MAJESTIC RANGEIm k be in every kitchen t 100 ARTICLEIREE The one giving neatest and best answer to the fast question may select any 190 arUcIe frbm stock in addition to the SOUVENIR OUII tont be discouraged if you ale not oie of the 100 to get a Tango Hoop Souvenir You wH geta M- AJlTIc PUZZLE CARD Something fir all thg boys and girlsl Dont fail to get one of these Tango Hoopsp Its a new and wonderful toy amuses the oldaa well us the yonng The Hoop dances Jorward hesitates and returns to the operator Children its g eat and will pe tha talk of the town Be sure to haveiyour answers ready to nandFnati our store TUESDAY Y AFTERNOON between and 5 They must be written answersOTHERWIaE YoU WIlL NOT get a souven- irS t during this week a special D7ta llAUnion ltrat9r dIrect front the M- FACTORY will be glad to show you ALL ABOUT RAN OESsbw you why the MAJESTIC U the best radge oe ltrts at any price Come If Tou IIntended ro Buy or Not EEUCAtlON5 ies in KNOWING THINGSr KNGW Why the 6vn ofa range is heatedKNOW how the water is hoatedHOW the top is heated WHY the MAJESTIC uses so little fuelKNOW how Ii range is mrde inside and outside This education may saYS you in the future DONT OV BIJ LOOK a pbance to KNOW THINGS shown by onee who knowa COME r Doirt Overlook the Date THis is a Special Invitatioix to You and Your Friends and Neigfcbpr Feb S to 13 McCLURE MA YES Springfield Kycwarr IL1I J t 7 I 4 Vj1W i f ir I Februrt7 i t Ct n HI 1 3 crop A ieavy gt QJfth isrewill supply baLmuchM1lae tiiatedaA as al yq IrJk rfP of corn jand halt as mbch nUtri v1 trcntverqcte Iir Anorher field of rye was pt atir in the summer when Tts i graini had reach the dousage Jl yielded at t5ia rate of twaJad abaf toQthot drybaysfe r acre This was stored anti fed iio the wmt ir to yearling he1fers5ivi cows and us pttof theTroagnilge JIiprltieinllkcpw3 Itwasirea ily eatthiivhinIed alcme or yhcn mixed with molasses P lIESllii I aid iiij lItue rougbaereqrdd slbe Prcduccd on thefiiin- Eye will aidinteriaUy tj till end Mal farmers destroy much of the vainestlfiftblpa8tt urig it with takwhn it js a iew inches high after whtchtbo sod is plowed unduK Beciuseofa- UCI wastefall meihddi tUe5eib armersia many cases are com t pei led to purchase pottoii seed huns ana olue grass ch trBud other lormsrrof cheap rpjaxhsge1 in AvintefiDg their cicRye yrLinfurnfhiig t oug1irquir ments ifcuttorhay pPfsilaKe as described above j rJJElooper College of Agriculture Lexington ICy fi I Insurance Mergei j t it i JIsfi X t f 4r5 v Lexington K FebU Thi merger pf therVGrtat South rn Kira Inturatice yspompaMj f L6tlb ill wj Jdrf y Fi e I1pr t4nJ t ex- in14to ne9tipi9l bcli tlixe beenpqcip4zJiqtlIun tsO noqtJls wDsprisunatedt- oday at LtvUAWb dfqlrner LieuIl 91t ccg9ox4Mayr vlUe p i Prplc Ureaj kSQurtqlie iIsgaturel rL9tb pJ t2g the p wocoeisfUnder ibja Urnj66Ui5 merger the Henry CIaytea over iLe aencies assetbMOTbd bu mesa Qf theGre rner ii at rwhfoh le dcted from 4 U a hoi eofflce f Hear CUy of iSfexngtoQ 1 h i mfr of the reaViSpBfrcuwQUM in the Louisvilfe pfSce Tpf tne Henry Cia The consideration was ttthe issulng otj t holdeis lor the Gre9t Sd bWOf 21000 shares pf io h Ue 1 Vlhaih pa II11QshtseJt tftr JM k of iiLn l jfj 2 Ii et jtlenrjClaued at guiOOO an gSjiw h vye been cartiTji vrtus tqj irm l 3tccJts th d CII 4Ak4kasitof thlB Henry Ol y jinure tan15tiO cult4 outernctL4 I4A 15i WIUfaf mergr1k per cent of Whet Jtcojjibaadlc tlusinessfrbtf st srgdr Befors7oisuwy c obaxo Yf1- sigifi di hei iI ik1 lof iha- tigs p ilcelu tob ceoo 1l1t P14r5s i al rth R hbe- rar fk ii it iis bcepIaU tltrt tI ee1 lIai H 1IIiWrM psreti4l J tL a crop flp P OQ tf JAr y bi4c w F csr f T NftftDER iPIIIIKJJlILDi1V t ttr I I iL W1 JISEPI NUN JUirml PibJiriw- ntHi N + If lfa iili Kyfolt nIJil a1Mkr ItFK Usid Csmiider 1IOHWJi F KIAIR eI LMtfagtoe Fayette Uf fcn MWMM M cniidt for rejection as thefaetfea DM Decracratlc voters In the hr Csuisuwesiis BCjf HvSfnfta fLekMOB a candidate for 4 AttorneyferSaJeeethe etteQ of the Democratic party Mfte August primary ftrBepesettaUve W we Mtberlaed to fcftnuonce Chas O DuMwnM candidate for Represa jmMti in tke tower house of the XNO ckT iMhktnwfiom Washing esQ Mtleet tothe action of the i fffty IB the August prl ay s Ltthk issue appears the an nOacenL of W H Spragen ofjklarkMi coantr as Candidate lortbe Democratic nomination fW eEKnwetlths Attorney for tw J dicial District Mr 8psem is a young lawyer of ftbiity and integrity both of wbicfc are eaeential qualifications to woo aspire to so im jMrtMtJiB office He bas for a 1yesrabeens member of tbe Li a oB bar and stands well ft with mrbers of his profession aM with UI general puplic as well Should he receive the tiMBimtkm ht would make the putT a strong candidate and wbto elected would make the pigfle n able and conscientious offldai The attention otour readers is callfiMl to the announcement of WFvKlair as a candidate for Ww Ikpocralic nomination for rifcctK n to the Office of Rail mad CoBBniFfistbrer for ihe Dis Aict Mr Blair has served the people faitfuU for several iears and during that time there i byebM8ik complaints made aplne hta fOr favoring the railroad hyonH what was their die asdU Is a fact wr byof sqteth1t during the lime he has beta in office the fare charged un trains has been reduced from thretf ejects per mile to two cents per mile al Its been a faith I filterTantollthe people and is- ii entitled to iodorsement I Mr 0 0 Dniham announces iithia israe his candidacy for thi Democratic nomination for the oce of Representative from Washiogton county Mr Dur ham baa for several years be n a popular school teacher in the cosily and halways stood high SID educator He is w ll educated and a highly qiuli fltd ypuaigjnan who would make rapientaiIve A9J9J31AI r IW Y AIIays aIi4d1 A9V2lI i11d27iv t THIS WOMANS SIcKNESS Quickly lrIldscl To Lydia E Pinkhmm Vegetable Compound JWJgeton N JIwant to thankjrou tbosand tunes for the wonderful good Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has done ifor me I suffered very much from a female trouble I had bearing down aIas was irregular 4and at times could lhard1y walk across the room J was mIsow lam strong and healthy can do andI work and tend mV baby I advise suffering women to take it and get well as I dIMra FANNIE COOPEB RFD Bridzeton NJ Lydia R Pinkhama Vegetable Compound made from native roots and harpfuIdrigabeing the most successful remedy for female ills we know of and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Hakham laboratory at Lynn Mass eeni toprove this fact For thirty years ithas been the stand ard remedy for female ills and bas re ofwomenwhoments as displacements inflammation ulceration tumors irregularities etc If you want special advice write to Lydia E Pinkham Med icine Co confidential Lynn Mass Your letter will be opened read and answered by a woman and held In strict confidence Valley HillI Mr aud Mrs O P Goatley were the guest of the latters mother at Bardstown Saturday attfd Sunday Miss Zula Weekly has return ed home after an extended visit to relatives at Fairfield Mr and Mrs W T Beam en tertained the following at rook Thursday Mr and Mrs M Heed Mr Ed Goatley andwife Mrs Farmer Goatley Mrs NeMie Tburman and Messrs J C Har mon and Clell Hughes MrEd Boblitt IMS removed from Fairfield to his homeut this place which he hasxeceuil pur cbased from Prank Jones Correction Through a typo graphical error in our letter last week the announcement of the illness of Mr M Reed should have read Mr Henry Reed and we are sorry to say that he is no better at this writlrg Mrs Jas Scboeman of Louis pamIerchased a bunch of hogs from Ed Goatley Price unknown Mrs Pdmer Goatley entertain eJ at rook FricUy evening Mr H M Grundy was the guest of his father here Buuday Mr Harry Grigsby visited his f ither near Hardesty Sunday Cedar Grove li As we have noit had any news from this little village for some time we will try and jot down a few items We are sorry to report Mr R P Stanford Sr very ill at this wrijng Mr and Mrs Clem Newton were in our midst Tuesday 09 businessMr ad Mrs Wallace Carrico ibUBLIISALPS L I I Dont forget that our greatest com Q i5tur4ayFobrllaryr4 aii HOO I1 1 We hare AT for IdOCLOCK the past 1 AMIIa good sale and we Spfclfe be our banner 1F1 floraos I los and Jacks 1- r It tr f j ii we wUl find a home for them I Q I It II AuctioneerI c s ii 1 will leave In a few days forRay wiclc where they will make their future homer Although we re gret to see Mrd Mrs Carrico ve us we wish them success Ilea their DeV hOme Mrs a C M Smith is very ill at this writing with la grippe Miss Lizzie Stanford who hat been on the sick list for several months is slowly improving nIdedMontgomery at St Rose Monday Mr Rue Carrico sad sister Miss Net will spend the latter part of the week with friends at LorettoMr Mrs Bernard Smith spent Wednesday with the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs J B Carrico If all pf our correspondents was of the opinion of our Valley Hill correspondent we would sure hav a nic3 llong letter every week for our kind editorIWe think that unless the roar workers get busy and work our roads ins and around Ceader qrove we will soon not have roads anliI As news is very scarce we will ring off and come again in the future if our letter escapes ttie waste basket this time For Representative 1 have been unexpectedly so licited by many friends from different parts of the county to make the race for Representative of Washington County to the next Legislature After due consideration I have decided to announce myself as candidate sublet to the action of the Dem oeraiSc party a1 the August primary I have been engaged in farming and teaching for the past twenty yea sand four years ofTex1asII C O DURHAM am in a position to know thereat needs of our citizens in the way of legislation- If elected I expect to vote an weild mv iinfluence for the farmer I am opposed to so much game anuXibhlaws A farmer can not go out to kill a rabbit without some one houndiner him around to exact a fine from him Iam opposed to tax sharks coming in and hunting up some old record and exacting four or Hve years back tax on some old notes or mortgages that have been paid up for so many yetrs but by some accident have not been released from the Uerks book I am opposed to members of Legislature riding on free passes thereby obligating them salves to the R R Companies List year our farmers spent thousands of dollars for school books and most of the text bwiks are worthless We had 10 lay aside a I2ct Spelling book that waS better than any Speller we have ever had for a 20ct Sptll er that is n t as go3d as an Almanac I am in favor of less creating of fat offices less taxation and better roads and be ter schoo s These we can not have unless the farmer is prot3Cted because he is the bone and sneweof this CommonwealthIt legisation wil nothing prosperity but it can tmd should guard and protect the indurtriarl pursuits of the people It should protect hp weak and restrain the strong Just as long as the powerful op press the w n kela nd and waiting justice sleeps Clms 0 Durham Before you suw your Tobacco Beds be sure you are sowing the the kind of Tobacco seed that rings the Top Pricetbe tobaccoo that was grown from my Pure White Burley seed has tpppedth e market almost every time it has been sold thisytar Remember all of my seed was graded with a Tobrcco seed grader They cost you about ten cents per acre td plant your own crop If you want seed that you will bo pleas ed with your crop come in and et apnckapr Prke1QO- i D LAKE l FORESAW WARFARE IN AIR Horace Walpole Recognized the Value of the Balloon While It Was In Its IntancyPI A remarkable prediction of the part that aerial machines would one day play In warfare was made Ly Horace Walpole described by Lord Macau lay as the best letter writer In the English language In a letter written from his famous Gothic castle Strawberry Hill to the countess of Upper Ossory on October 23 1784 Not only did Walpole forecast th ise of airships In war but he Bleb suggested the century In which such warfare would be waged He wrbtei Balloons Is a subject I did not Jni tend to tap If they can be Improved Into anything more than Brotng bag kites It must be In a century xtwo lIafter I shall be laid 1w Acex tury In my acceptation means a hun dred years hence JAf Jef one ceases tb be all duration Is of theI same length and everythlhgrthatxentf guesses will hapP oheself Is no more Is equallye1e1atter Walpole goes of the airy vehicles with which the atmosphere may be peopled hereafter and says he does not care to discuss the question How much more expedltlouslytbe East West or South will be ravaged and butchered than they have beetfrby the old fashioned clumsy method of navigationI says Walpole at the adoration paid to these aerial Quiz otes I observe that no inx- prpvements of science or knowleddge mules the world a Jot wiser The first successful ascehtslh a Balloon had been made by Monfgojfler in 1783 GREAT LIBRARY OF LEMBERG The Latest Statistics of the Urilve sity Collection in the European IWar Zone The last report of the Lember Uni versity library was printed In Not 3 of the Polish Monthly Ksiazka Itrecords an increase of 5505 titles In hIP library in 7950 volumes making a tal of 240000 volumes Of these 1644 volumes came as gifts from the Gall clan publishers 1983 volunles from Institutions and government publictf tlons and 1278 from individuals or private institutions In 1913 67935 readers used 220317 volumes in the reading rooms and 8917 readers called for 17710 volumes for outside reading making a total of 76852 readers and 237183 volumes The in crease in circulation was 1455 thanks to easier access to the Improvedcard catalogue and handy catalogue of periodicals and publicatiOns in the li brary The University library of Lemberg was founded In 1774 by Joseph II from the books of the confiscated cloisters of Galicla In 1848 It was almost cqm pletely destroyed by fire Its collec tldn was restored from contribution ot duplicates from the Blblloteka Os sollnskicb aria the collection of S Eorkpwskt so that In 1898 it once more contained 100000 volumes Why He Didnt Contribute About ihe very loorestexeuselI have ever heard for a rich man not to make a contribution to charity a spe cific case where a lot of us were trying to do something for an excellent local cause said a Bronxlte the New York Sun remarks was handed out to inc by a wealthy friend dp whom I had been sent to call by t1i committee because he was iriy friend I stated the case to hlnxand asked him for 3100little enough consider- Ing what he hadbut did I get It Not any Neither did I get anything and his excuse was that his income tax was so heavy hE really couldnt afford to spend any money except for per sonal necessities He was dead seri ous about it too and didnt see any thing Incongruous in it even when I gave him the laugh He isnt an alto gether sting man ither but that income tax somehow had got on his nerves Tea and The At a tea given at the Ruhl in Nice to the officers of the Mediterranean fleef Royal Tyler the wellknown author said nodding toward a sign Toe D4rlIa ant which might be Tango Tea A French maid when I refused tea the other afternoon exclaimed But monsieur is not like his fel lowcountrymen then Not like them How so l I said Why said the maid I picked up one of your American novels the otber daya Howells noveland though t cant read English I saw there was nothing but tea tea tea on every page Now people who talk so much about tea must be Inordinately fond of it nestce pas monsieur She thought you see that our are tide the had the same meaning as the fn French Draft Oxen In England Owing to the demands of the war office there Is such a dearth of horses for harvest purposes in the north of England that farmers are training oxen for the reapers and the plows and iLls not an unusual sight to see an old horse long past the stage when be would attract the eye of a remount officer yoked with i steer There ate many who would be gldd to see a re vival of the use of oxen for certain draft purposes since it would probably lead to an increased raising of cattle for beef purposes SEEK LOST TREASURE The old lure of pirresbf eight aM bright doubloons if ngmn O1lino- thoe for whom lost nricV pirate f ftjas ure still sound hn irresistible call In the departure from San FianchvLb perRobertdition to the lower coast of Call fornia mother effort is on foot to wrest from the abandoned hulks of the sea and the supposed treaiire filled beaches of distant shores ticfoji and loot untold Seeking ealvfcee in all parts of the world is tlie w6tjcof- the American Deep Sea Exploration company owners of the vessel ITust what is the object of the strange quest the outfitters arejiot prepared to says but it is understood that timer old wrecks that litter the shores of Magdalena bay which was thfcre treat of many dark craft of former decades are the attraction i 1t GREAT BBRUJ0 SOWS O SALES Ejtz tpill f I p = 1 TO BE SOLD AT = j lIill ff I tfclpck p m in heated saleroom amy farm 14 mile east of = f E S i 5 Write at Once for Gatalog KY i + 44 t III For At II I Last year at the close of the se sodthe highest m rtl ii iaverage househere and today we lead them all as Our average selling fie of than any house here We have also sold the highest prlbed basket 109 1 not advertised this as we didn t want to mislead the farmers As this Iscarce this year Our books will show that we few 4 our customers have been pretty well pleased If you have not toll your crop bring S i it to the County House and let me prove that we can handle your usta little better than else trialwill crop A I 7EES H1 44 rn4ic WORKING FOR HIS MAJESTY ng AlfonsoserfectIy Truthful An wep to Keen Questioning An undersocretary of the Spanish egotion told at a dinner party a littler story about the king of Spain Kfqg Alfonso he began is trina incog He motored recently through a wild region of Castil He put upwith hiis modest entourage at a more than mcJest inn i am sure he said laughing that they wont know me here Well they did not know him there They treated hjm like an ordinary traveler So much so in fact that when he went to shave the next morning lie found there was no mirror in his room So hej went down into the innyanl in his shirtsleeves fad there a chambermaid brought lhim a broken piece of mirror which he set up beside the well and proceeded to lather cheeks and chin The girl stood chatting with him Finally she said in a odd voice ordinarytraveler C Why do you aek me llaughed the king T dont know said the 3Jut theres something about you perhaps UU belong to royal court at Madrid Yes I do he answered Perhaps you work for his maj styt himself Yes I do asked the pretty chambermaid u OJi Iota of things the king ro plied Im sharing him just now STATESMAN OF SIMPLE Lira M Qiolitti the retiring Italian prime minister is a statesman who follows the simple life He has lived for twenty years in the same modest house and neither he nor Mme Gio litti ever goes inta society When Mme Qiolitti needs change of air she takes a room in an unpretentious country pension which charges only 2 a day and when JL Giolitti joins her fortht weekend he never fails i i t Yes and from his looks I imagine he has been practicing a little too much at the bar PREMONITORY Blobbs Why d you call Grouch leigh the human tadpole SJobbs Oh he always fealatlat Ke has a kick coming A Frost Woodhall 64987 Is the line busy dearie said Mr Gadders In a tone of- voice he thought Irresistible to all fe- malesl I Nope the line aint busy an ffcwerod the operator but I am dont talk like a fathead during but ness hours Having paused long enough to ad nlnliter this weHdeseryed jfbuke she connected Mr Gadders with l ProoVfleld 68794 s- p Reg Jersey Rred WORK IN SCIENTIFIC MANNER Authorities of Paris Raise Their Own Flpwers and Trees for Beautify- Ing the City IThe raising planting and upkeep of the trees which beautify the street and boulevards of Paris are under the direction of the prefecture of the de partment of the Seine In which Paris Is situated A special administrative department of the prefecture known as the Direction administrative des services darchltccture et des promenades et plantations In exclusive charge of this undertaking which In a city like Paris assumes very largo proportions For Instance on January 1912 the total number of trees on the streets boulevards and squares of Paris was 86686 the total number of men employed throughout the year in planting transplanting watering and removing dead trees was 120 and the total cost of maintaining these tree s was estimated at 96500 On an average 1100 to 1200 new trees ere planted every year to replace those which have died been overthrown by carts automobiles etc or which have been removed for other reasons The city of Paris has large and va ned plantations Just outside the fort fications where flowers exotic shrubs and trees ire raised One hundred and thirteen hothouses for plants exotic shrubs and flowers are heated from one central heating plant distributing hot water through a nine and onehalf mile system of pipes The object of central heating organization Is Ithfa as the head gardener explains with a view to ecopomy In fact Suc a system Is far more costly than se arate Installations for each group hothouses but lo thus arranged avoid the existence of a series of u sightly chimneys which would destre the artistic effect ot1 the grounds Clean Poultry One days work will put the biggest of the ordinary farm chicken house in firstclass shape Tho work should be started early In the morning and hurried along so the whole job Includ lug the whitewashing may be completed on the same day The poles and perches should be whitewashed early enough in the day that they will bo thoroughly dry before dark The house will have to be left open for a few hours after the walls are coated In or der to let the excess of dampness escape IGreen Manuring Crops A large number of crops are used for green manuring Among leguminous crops artS sweet clove alfalfa cow peas and soy beans They are all very efficient and the one to use is the one that will grow best in the llocality Cow peas or soy beans may be planted after the grain crop has been harvested These crops should be turned under In I spends most of his time at the club doesnt he Mrs Gadder Yes tsuppose hi hates to stay home lonehudgeF- ish Worth Propagating It was recently discovered that there exist in Bombay waters sc era species of fish which feed oii mosquito llarvae and Major Lleton di rector of the bacteriological labora tory Is now conducting experiments = F I 1ft t SaWsrS ff t j r ri iPUBLIC AUCTION On Thursday Feb 18 1915 Springfield MAYESSPRINGFIELD j44h3iHighSfAverage The Season TheWashingtoncourityHoibi45i4 riT I nYi usual eiShlgnerI haveVery nerjections consequently Washington stnngiEVANS Manager 19ic4i Chambermaids pn4xiotor thatI 7s andJtheoe DurOo IandHoultI 1i1 atltl 300t 1 175ISIX MONTHSt t a 11 COURIER=JOURNAL r Wf ft Daily By Mail f 4iID urin January S 1 4AND tt I i= nlyntRegular Annual Bargallod Tiimid rheS PwoMiUbs f lJ fl iJl Just OneHa If Pf ifJi Subscription orders at ibis rate will be actepttedonljp ttqohpnsent ihrough regular CourierJournal Agentintthis w district J fl g LEO HAYDON vpringfic Ky 11 COURIER JOORNAL COMPANY Louisville J1 ROYALYz f i Baking Powder Saves HealthIq dr I SavesMoney Y 1aR Q t4 Makes Better Food d i m I IkwtCii1Is 0r cucisi fJLEtSIIftrrAR eIIU cdot str Me I1e t = v- ilt T RC BROWN AGENT FOR cMtfcky Grmr l su ranee CoL OF LEXINGTON KY Insures Against Fire Lightning WIn I Farmers afd Growers risks specialty KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE ftatesReasonable Telephone 155R SPRINGFIELD KY DR J C KUDD PSjslcliE and Surgeon 8toOamj- uCOf jours It 2 p m- Over Hayiipns Drug Store rijii WF TRU- SfYDENTIST Office over Haydon Barber iI nt workat reasonable prices r A 11 work guaranteed Dr R J HAMILTON SPRINGFIELD KY Office on Main Cross StreetPhone 20 i3Oto830LMOrnce100 to p DRiMWHYATT Office over Springfield State Banlr Office hours 1030 a m t tol2tn 4 to 5 pm yF GFflGBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Otce over PeopLes Bank SPRINGFIELD KY c y uoII v treesq rut and Shade Trees Shrnbs grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Peonies Phlox Roses etctt Everything rfor Oixtiard Lawn and Garden Free Catalogs No Agents SII P1 Hillentueyer SQOSt LexingtoniKy t Nuiserymen since l84 A4 SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics Is Il A aokAI Antiseptic Powder ton to tBMolrad m water as needed As a medicinal antiseptic for douches la treating catarrh Inflammation oz ulceratlon of nose throat and that mused by feminine Ills It has no equal For ten years the Lydia R Plnkham IIIIi Medicine Co has recommended Paxtf la their private correspondence with women JWomenJt1a worth Its weight In gold At IrtgIsts SOc large box or by mall ffm Paxton Toilet Co Boston Masst t RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS 4wEN QUICK RELIEF Pain leaves almost as if by magic when you begin using 5 Dropthcfamou3oldremedy tism Lumbago Gout Sciatica Neuralgia and kindred troubles It goes right to the spot stops the aches and pins and makes life worth living Get a bottle of 5Dro s today A booklet with each bottle gives full directions for use Dont delay Demand 5Drops Dont ac cept anything else in ulaceofit Any druK J gbft M wppl17 you If you live too far from a drug store send One Dollar tc Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co Newark Ohio and a bottle ot Drops will be Sent prepaid 74r ef USTA TRIFLE FASTIDIOUS M 4 FoUquleres Arbiter of Elegance- In Parts Wouldnt Even Eat Candy J Cigar In Ladles Car Jt Newport woman apropos of the Duchess de Qramonts crinoline wz Calking about Andre de lialll eret the arbiter of elegance In ParisI JCide Pbuquleres Is too metIcul v ous ia his elegance she said with fk witty smile When a duke vlslta I f him be advances 18 steps When Its a baron he advances six steps When Its an equal he does not advance att all and when It is an inferior an American sayhe actUAlly recoils I 0h yes M de Foiiquleres is ridic ulously meticulous Once en route from Paris to Trouvllle when be wria ChOCo1IIAnd what will you do with Itrthe lady asked i Little Andre put the end of the f chocolate cigar In his mouth and rose compartfcdt Jomal 0 Rich Pickings Tat British aaval officer was on his War to the bank with several bags el prize money Hallo exclaimed a friend what kava yea there TJleM replied the Britisher are tke fortunes of war that youve so oftMi rei4 about Boston Evening Transcript iItrlIo mwro ij II TOWN r Local Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest All About Yourself Friends JII nftn and Acquaintances tV C M 1 Paled Pay and Straw for sale fN P Shompson Phcne 119W RL Cements R R 2 has for sale Orchard Grass Seed For Sale Pure Single Tomb White Leghorn Cockrels T E Ballard JT Wheatly Sprinsdeld r r 51 box 12 Ins for sale a Short lhorn male caff ORGAN FOR SALE By the ladles of the Presbyterian church Apply to ftirs A R Shul z Mrs WH Leachman WantedTo buy Life Insur ance policies that have been in force over two years Address Lock Box 346 Louisville Ky For our Horse and Mule sale February 20 we have two buyers for the govern ment that will be here also twy Southern buyers have promised tobe here Browns Case Co Dont think your horse or mule too common for our sale as we will have many local buyers for common stuff drown Case CoI Mrs Sam Tucker R R 1 has for sale pure bred M B Toms 406 each hens 300 eachl Warwick strain Also a few S OR I Red cockers s at 50cts each T 1waymules into casbIS to put them in onr sale Feb 20 Brown Case Co1 Methodist ChurchI Rey C R Crowe of the Methodist church will at the usual hours SundaypreichI ing and night On bad weather ha did not preach the temperance sermon as ani notnced but will do so Sunday ight The public invited lHigh School Examination The following pupils from the ural schools passed the dom non school examination held an 29th ard BOth and will be granted Diplomas These Di tuiltionThompson General Average 90 Rov Edduman 86H Lena Hav don 863 Amy Auberry 846 Mary Hall 85 ewtN Hyatt 84 5 Arthusa Yaikey 817 Hermdn Darnell 83 Oison Parruti 80 9 uouise Mudd 816 Geuevieye Cecil 80 3 Mary K Humphrey 7g 7 Marshall Bottom 777 Mar gie F Uvicl 776 Oliver William 75 1 Nina Fen wick 757 Maggie Montgomaiy 821 Julius Powell 772 Beatrice Thompson 764 Minstrel Coming On next Monday Evening The St Augus ines Minstrel truupe of Lebanon Ky undty the die rection of the Rev W J Crowley will give an exhibition at tile Springfield Opera Hiuse This trope ave two performances at he Leoano Opera House la W tI twi crowned nous I vas ionounced to be tre bes show tuat has exhibited tjere TOPIGS I Ii qM Model Sanitary Dental Office JLALL WORK GUA ANTEEDIPrices Reasonable QHcc Kate Williams Store Tel Dr W Vaughn Stallard for yfars The troue numbers about thirty performers are ex cellent singers and musicians Father Crowley who has trained thetioupe iis a most thorough musician The performance is lull of laughs and thA music is of a high order The show is first class The troupe is com posed of tt e young member of St Aufiustines parish They are roi ilJg ffunds to help to pay the balance on iheir Church debt ntxftirebrateSlts Centennial Father lgerty bois Pastor of e s is well known marlYI patIone who attends a mo enjoyable time Admission 35ots seriod Sas50cts Seats Rerr sale at Leo Haydons Drug Store Held For Petit Larceny i TIe trial of Lee Judd charged jointty with Emmett Jeffers with Cracd Laiceny was held before Judge Noe luesday It was aiI If gtcl that the Defendants had solen several umprelljs andIother articles from the Hpr field Baptist church on Jan 3istI while services were in progress The Commonwealth proved that the goods alleged to hive been stolen wEre found rart in the possession of Judd and part in thepoaaesion uf Jeffers TbeI goods were id nfitied by the1 persons who lost their property on the iiilitin question And it II was provui that the boys were seen at the churcb that night However the articles stolen were found to be of hss value than 20 aud the Defendants were Ield for Petit Larceny On the siateuxjutofiheCountv Attorney tidt the ama tst n onI would be offered on he trial of Jeffers be charge in his case wjs chang ed to Petit Larceny Great Demonstration McClure Mayis ar i having their great Ma ji stic Range Dem onstration afc their store this weel Tley have with them a man who huts been ergaged in the stove basines for many yoaro d WhO is familiar wil them He vas imndr ed by the Mujestic Siove Co bII Irnows how to cuokon the Ma jestic the most delicious that ever tempted the appetite at least this is what those who have partaken of his cooking avrplle cooking it done right in the btore on a Majf sic and believe us she is some ccker too On Tuesday afternoon there was held a geal Majestic Street parade ih which a large crowd okscbool chidren participated Pies c lies fnd cookies were then distributed among the childr n A prize was given for tile best an we to the ques thin Why tile Great Majestic should be in every kitchen The Demons ration will continue al week with free etti cooked on the Majes ic SPRINGFIELD To Have Sunday Scnool fa titute Feb 2425 Those interested in the Sunday Schoo W6rk of Springfield and Washington Co willbe glad to know that arrangements havp been made with Rev G A Poplin Gen 8ecty of Ky S 8 A aouiatinn and Mias Maude IL Dance the Elementary held Worker of the Association to come to Springfield and have a School of Methpdson Wednesday and Thursday Feb 24 and 25 Washington Co Sunday School workers have needt dan institute badly for several years and now that arrangements have been made with these two ISunday School experts An effort should be made to every man woman and child interested in this Kreat work to attend every meeting The choirs of the churches of Springfield will furnish some excellent music The local pastors will also do their part to make the institute a great success The following tentative program has been arranged WEDNESDAY FEB 24 730 pm Devotional Service jKcv J Powell AddreasThe Gathering ofI tne Nations Rev G k Joplin Address The Palace Made 1 Music Mis Maud L Dance THURSDAY FEB 25 300 pm Devotional Service Rev Wolfe Elementary Conference Presided over by Miss Dance Secondary Conference Presided oAer by Mr Joplin Address Fruit Growing Rev G A Joplin 730 pm Devotional Service Rev Crow AddressGo 90 Sunday School Day Rev G A Joplin AddressThe Centerof Attraction Mias Maude L Dance Eerybodbe held in tke Bapim church CourULemchmmn Mr and Mrs B E Courts of Greeusburg have announced I the engagement of their daugh ter Sybil to Mr Ed ward Leach man The marriage will take pace early this sping Mr Leachman is a former Spring held boy being a son of Mrs Nannie Leachman of this place and is an industrious and upright youne man Miss Courts la one of the most attractive popular young ladies of Greensburg and the wedding will be one of ihej winter sea eonIHoustonMurphey Mr R J Mnrphey of BloomI held and Miss Hattie Houston of Maud wece quietly married in Louisville last Thursday The groom is a promnent voang farmer who lives near Bioom field and iii also president of the Boodtield Toacco Warehouse Co The bride is a daugHter of the late D H Houston and is a very attractive ami beautiful young lady being the r of many accomplishments wblch t won for her many friends in her home county and made her a social favorite and while we re gret to lose her from our midst we congraiulte Mr Murpbe op winning the hand ofao fair a daughter of Washing on county They will make their home nellr Bloomfield Mrs Montgomery Die One of the saddest deaths that has occurred in the county for a Ion a time was that ot Sirs Mar E Montgomery which occurred on last Friyof uraemic poUon lug Oa Thursday of last week Look After Your Teeth I Now is tli3 lima to have your Deatdl wok done Your old teeth exVucted and m uti pity in good shape for Spring and Summer I in vite you to cme to my oft e where you will find the best equipped and most uptodatQ saoitan office in theStale and your work will done in the most uptodate and latest improved methods of modern dentistry the most noted anesthetic to be had m extractions Kesulta are pleasing tj my patieats I make all work socd and will stand behind Iu8eII1 do Prices arc reasonable in Keeping with times You will fid wo War stamp in my office It will cost you I1WOlh your teeth examined and my professional advice given ypu best way to have your ork done I I iPw Voug ri5tJ I rd 1 r T i 1 iI iSi t rilijdlII ti ijj thtkkk Li tiiliillllM4 1 1 R C Boblltt Pres TC Tatum yakres wit fi1rig bYiSe 4reas 3 1aii 1i1 I E E f The Farmers Warehouse iis well lighted well eqvuipped and every deprt4jE ment is in charge of experienced men We have our own individual tioneer Mr C H Richmond who is one of the finest auctioneers in the J South and a very competent judge of Burley tobacco Mr J F Bishop t well known J to the tobacco growers of this anadjoining counties is on the ffloor andwIll see to it that any tobacco sd at our house brings its full worth fv I tt I Bring Your Tobacco to the Farmers House 1 a i RC BOBLIT Gen Manager fI MHtf 1fft IOfn w 1 HOtH M IAthe was in he usual good health until late in the day when she was suddenly stricken never regaining consciousness Her ill new termimated in death on Frl day shortly after noon Prior to her marriage Mrs Montgom ery was a Miss ODaniel being a daughter of the late Sin ODauiel of Marion county She was born forty years ago near St Marys where she grew to wonn n hood and spent her early ydars Nine years ago aha was unte- dinmarriagethMrJR Mont gome who with the following children survives Hattie Jas R Jr Robert and Angela She was a woman whose whole lift wafa succession of kindness un mindful of the affairs of oiherp exp pi to help them in their needs aud sorrows Ouriffg her life she was always held in high esteem by all who Knew her Funeral services were conducted at StRose Monday with H gh t Requiem Ma scuu oiial vasn the fcit Rhe Cesotey The larjfe number tf persons who lot lowed th ren ins to the last resting place showed the eatt1i- in Which she was held Mothers Club Organized On Wednesday afternoon Jan 27th a number ofour Spring- ehwomenmet at the residence of Mrs C A Green and forme antOfganization to be known as the Twentieth Century Moth ers Club of Springfield Ky The following officers were elected Mrs E S Rees Pres Mrs M W Hyatt 1st Vice Pres Mrs T C Camp oil2nd Vice Pres Mrs Matt C Mayes Recording Secty Mrs W P MerI rut Corresponding Seely and Mrs C A Green TreasT Twentytwo ladies were ennuled a membeis The Clubs first regu ar meet int Was held on llast Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs 1R4a A moO interesting and instructive program was rendered and was thooughly enjoyed byall present The following ladies Mesdames W D McEl oy T C Campbell J C McElroy I H Thurmanand E S Mayes took part m the exercises and gate some splendid articles on topics of vital importance to wQmen not only in relation to their home lives but to their lives as touching others in the community The object of this organizition is to b ing bout abetter relations ship between the home and the school to cooperate with our teachers in the moral mentnl and physical dove opmens of tbechildreh of our town to pro- moteA culture n OUt homes to promote civic ioapiae meats III and to cooperate with the men ot our city in any and all move menis that have forth r object II the betterment of social and condi5ois 1 his afford our members a nificl nt opportunity IcdmmerTcal development for as mothers in and for helping to raise the standards lire among odr people to higher llevels We feel that Springfield has a I right to be justly proud of such A wideawake enthusiastic band 1 of women who are eagerly reach ing out a helping hand for the social civic and moral upliftt of our community A most cordial I invitation tq join in this wJrk- ii extended to all mothers in IearnestlyIJ l P rear their children and we will a q lr i llll r I ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE1L 1 JIJL IIJRRIIdL OF 15 REX FEBRUARY SLUJEPING AR FARE 400 TQ 456 EACH WAVJ I To Approximate Total Cost For Round Trip Etmatj for five days board and lodgi 00 par day in the b private homes or 200 per at good itotes to whi Ii situ tm above railroad and pUllman fares jq5 Apply to L N Agent foe PniiJI Liscofi Roonitng Houses and U Ql gn to wec m at any time Oonr mi tinas the tcer of ur tutilt c 8cholllwith whom wo d iitito cooppraee in ad nici g the welfare offfour fliildrenv Twins Die Ttc Anlofdettr visited- the i home 61 Mr and Mrs Sidney Smith of Louisville pond took their twin daughters Mary Elizabeth and Cathurue Marie age one week Mr and Mis Smith wr re formfy jjf this co n1I These souls were like an unlit church Where night had hung her mourning sables oer each ray Until Gods dawning love came with its lightIAnd made their eyes rose windows to the the dayIII PERSONAL ReA R EG Lawson Pastor of the Presbyterian church was suddenly stricken wih convul sions yesterday afternoon and a the title of going to press was still unconscious and the chances for his recovery are very slight Ma John Tobin ii dangerously ill at his horue near town oft h nit trou bleIIMiss Mable Williams litt last week for Indianapolis whert sie will spend sveral weeks in the wlSpringwlIt Mrs Kate Wil isms is attending tile millinery openings n LtjuUvile Uh cago and other pi cos this week Mr and Mi Alex Banoid MiSand Adolph Montgofary and Mr Chas Thompson of Louisville attended the funeralI Mrs J IL Montgomery j hereIMr and Mrs Arch litLEC1dHlf I sister Mrs J R Muutgoinoiy Monday Mr anti Mrs L A Blanford and Mrs Adolph Montgomery who have been guests of Mrs Patio Banford have returned to their homes in Louisville Mr sndMrs T Sco t Mayes of Li uisville spent t e weekend with Mr und Mra Gl C Wharton Mis May Mayes of Luui yule is visitingMJss Naomi sjllogers Mr Wallace Rogers 1iis in Chicago 11 this week on busi ness Mr and Mrs S H Bitoi left Monday for New Smyrna Lila where they wtVsp udsef ral weekQ Round Trip FromSpringfield I TicKela on Sale Daily Feb 915 day Hotls JllIms Drob- ffVG 1Jo I JJr nh- l the by full zae mbrtrt Ga of 1 In G P4RdDEOFRkXf 16 A JIQkatiansDriai r J 1C7 r Fr 1Vdelicious Tlmst quenching J t and refreshing verageiDdnand jeauicc Nklmame encourage THE CQCA COLA COMPANY er Atlanta c tCocrColapy For Emergencies at Home i Iforthe Stock on the Fftrpni t SloasLmimenUi t Is awhole medicine chest 5 Price 25c 5Oo 6 iLOO vi Sertd For Free BOoklet on HorsesC HH iiPs4P Address DK Earl S Sloan BQ5fOfl4UiIsj rMf9JObt1 Collins and Em erson Barlow Woodlawn were 1hel e yesterday GGlazThrOokQfLebanOU 1js town yeatgrdayi t 1Mri Malty Baker who has beei- i ling her daUlfhterL MtzJ I Q Catletttfv t AItA dersoncV i Miss iai mii Wt s iooI SapI wilti G attend ea1 r Old P EV2i2L f f- V 1 r F i r w w V v 7W tI r i it ifOW CO1JKTNY iN INFINC tr J ItIhiiia IfPaFI4I4 Ordr Dpt tee 1 nrI wsiiiiiij- t rI- tp Ap So la7 depIcUR th stif bitw the early co1onz4i4 th 1yEtIetks story OfwM 1t 1 f thf fJUBoa RevoltIoBry leader FraMto Marios will be presented Is I iotI il tir UleatersThla drams t1tW ailclaMarloDt the Swam p Pox U in fie parts and presents excffli1tI scenejf between the cptoIala aBdfh riUih soldiers as fitt jufJfcindtohaBd conflicts en faked liaby the settlers and theTn dlini ItQIlcenes hundreds of n ell prUeIpat pAieet1ofe ftffal ll between the here and the daagbfer of a settler t cbtck iIjibuitIo wkqIe fo mer eacuea the girl front the IndiansI I iJlaterwovea in this story t ln happily after the CUlinlnat1 thIThe opening scene of the pIi bows Cherokee Indians attack 1t cabin of Jacques Vldeau setting th cabin oa fire and killing all the occu phts aa they flee from the flames vi the daugiter Mry whom tHey tn ke a prisoner Francis Marion at- thohead of aJbaadjft settlers defeaifl and routs the savagesr rescuing Mary ant placInr the orphaned girl In the carfof his sister Marion falls love wlth Mary bat because Indicatiox andLi Io pe litIi i Mea war Is declared between the iiVl warfon organizes a body of troops and offers the services of his regiment tea a Gates but that officer declines tQ enlist them +They adopt the first isertcan flag the rattlesnake desIgn plth the inscription underneath TtoatTrekd on Me Marion and his iitri create error in the British lines uby appearing an4 at cldngwbnand where they are lleast expected and do p 1 lag much damages Lord Cornwallls who has become thamanders activity tends CoL Tan e ton known as The Butcher to capture The Swamp FOx but the latter i wftised ot the red coats approach and jB ajLes with his men Tarleton finding hli quarry gone raids the 4OHe otMarl9ns sister driving the inmates from the house with the ex ceptioa of Mary The British officers then occupy the house i Clarions men attack the British campand jet fire to Marions house Witt linrning arrows driving out iiheI redcoat officers and defeating the EviiIibforca Mary II rescued from toe Hiaze and learns that Gabriel was7 0 i killed in the frays Two taqnitir later after the BUr rejffl jF olt Cornwallls Marion returns catohIJiwaa In love with his nephew lie of Sffhe1Lj1 thIklfcrc iVlinTaHd knowing that he Is toO diIJ ntto r 8eshepopl the fruestigkL Iherself For a moment Mariom lf ilwlldered but he icon re covers TTOM the happy abock and take herII 1 POSTED A WOODEN SENTRY J ajaitWscsit That Brought Peac T anfil Hsatht riJtly Unfor tunaU Royal Lady o lB i8d Ferdinand TV was driven from fi throne bf Naples AU the mejBbgMctlls family except an aged aalfilitef fle to Sicily i 1T2ylctonioui French who had itlItjre te4 the old lady with every con sIert rl new king Joseph t rfloparte left her property and her iScome Virtually IntacL But he onc4r tt the sentry who always did tood before the door of the princess and had saluted when she passed ithoald be refcoved And on this point iln spite of tha rprlncesfl pleas herevjoaihed firm The Bourbons ceased to nt4 3 j coal profer rbe accorded a bcr of the family toamemI cttdyrethan many pore serious losses h adO IoL F9thJflrsWhn shfeit ber- f self a1i 6utcast an Jh In her own IMi Jhe grieved so steadily that her isiih ea to fallt 1 uil1y the loyal servants who nad decldelttoJt a subterfuge in order to r- et1 b 01 d18BlllrltsAeCOrd t they lashloned great wooden jt dignified and martial apl UK ajiHicB on thisl auniny they pal kith MlWay ublfdrm of the Neapolitan uUllietl They set the figure in a pnlncctjce Uietwa1ed for their mis teH to dn1pouL- edThey counted on the nearsight facttahatjbeiifr e tfcrnIaeo make the r mrle h1 they w6y the- ca sad that to the princess r tat ar bat not detected the decep 4 don i revivedfThl d 1IfleJy whlcb hei I 1 servants had reher1 ButtL occasionally she did complain that un notfDofIil Ii r iitsi f WrrteS t isi joiaetf 7 ilpatiC setA Etas said Mr pawkln I a taumaae man tt Vhafg that u Iti a dreefeletter fraternity au 1tere Mrs Pawkins t1mpkt aotted Mr Dawkins T4 kit tojofow jy lie couldttt Join XMSettla Aiferlcpri Instead of takj iR1fwit lf a lot of foreigners t4s2 i F JM fIIt 1 ThisI wrauouei ia lrnlbet irsIr tl Iiw1t1i o1f8U1lt m iijot Jort WioD1e eople 4 Thwli tMtj t 441 c 1i4t acquainted with any re t t telKKMJwttOKA r J rt viA SIw Puplt a slip betwixt Ute 1 t 1 U4 iM lip 1 3gaow boOIrY1kapresaia by tiLeuaIiseiit cirliita dIC1EIf pf pro 3 WTu faIijp danti- rL I iii r- r mDOtf ISTRUE REFLECTION j Person We See Depends on What Mirror We Look Into and Not AH Are Complimentary eHer said Mrs SpasUck is sonlf thing tfiat I have always saidNolt and now it is in the nowspa per One seldom sees ones true reflection Ina mIrrorieaNow there is a real optimist ob served Swastlck 1 have always want ed think loO thekedoil these years or shaving and partofI hig my golden locks and trying on naw- Lhats and suits I have had a sad wlst fur feeling on beholding my image I never knew what I sighed for All this time I have been worrying ab outtbe tonbIddingaw1thnjhauiits features through no connivance 1mY my part about the scared look of my pars and the Ulsterish disposition of my topknot Now It was not Apollolike beauty at I craved It was only thq com- 1t forting knowledge that 1 didnt really look JUke my reflection in the glass One does npt look the same In all mirrors said Mrs Swastick thought tully There are some glasses that mak6 a person look beautiful I would like to think that they are somewherb near right anyway Well said Swastick I never saw a mirror that tattered me as much as others knock me There is a miiv lior In tho elevator that gives me aI rather refined look but most of them mock me ip a very rude and impoi e manner carl tutq me and bur lesque me Under this horrid arrangement Bhcfuld think that ladles dressing ffor a ball would all want to go over to the ballroom to dress by the ballroom mirrors so they could know exnct ly how they were golpg to 166k at the balL Jilt seems a shame fpi a woman toIdress by tier home mirror only find when she gets to the ballroom that she looks entirely dJtferentIBut contended Mrs isnt how she will look to herhelf in e ballroom mirror that bothers hers It is how she will look to the rest of the people at the ball But If a woman cant tell how she looks to other people by looking at herself In a mirror how Is she ever going to know It is very uhsatisfactory for a woman never to be able to know ex actly how she looks II suppose it would be better to know the worst murmured Swastick IWrote Poetry That Lived Sir Aubrey De Vere a celebrate oet was born 100 years ago He IsI accounted an English poet though hisITrinity college Dublin His literary reer began In his college days One of the dearest friends of his life was ara Coleridge the only daughter of e great Coleridgepoet nd critic orisworth So they and Tennyscn also were among his InUmates Do V ere lived to be almost ninety year old The Waldenses and Alexan der the Great tho first and the List of his publications are perhaps his worthiest works Some one has said ot him his poems are like the pictures of Fran Angelica full of divine in operation At the same time De Vere had a touch of quaint Irish humor that was constantly giving a touch of ular grace to his singI workIReclaim Cuban Marshes The work of building a great canal Is going along in Matanzas Cuba without attracting a great deal of at tention from the world at large but is a very important work from the standpoint of the Cuban It is known as the llreat Rogue canal with a length of about 60 miles and It wll1 be the Deans of reclaiming great deal tf land which will be especially valuable for sugar culture Aban doned farms and plantations will bo made to reproduce The swampy and mushy section will b come productive In the highest degree The lands are gOtInIr many years has been accumulating ndlaborand capital will find a gener response to their ortsIAdmirer Manly Art bentgiven thanh1sgener tlou Two men were brought tho other l policeaving fought on Brook Green com mon They said they had a quarrel and went out on the green with na tures weapons to settle It Ah said the magistrate with difr ficulty suppressing his sympathy and admiration you went to a public com mon to settle your differences in waye Englishmen used to do more fqe quently than now mores the pity You were not Interfering with anyone or obstructing people and I shall dl3 charge you Gets Ring Lost Many YearsI Windiiary Daniels a ring which he fa ther Doctor Kenney shIp surgeon llost on the historic ship Constellation at the close of the Civil wan thoConsteUationrdpnixsfor exhibition at the StarSpangled Banner anniversary in Baltimore she wrote to Secretary Daniels The ring was found under the iro a1 covering plates ot the anchor bltta on tbe gin deck forward where it had reposed more than forty ye 8Ifee presto New Variety of Potatoes reaponsIbltora b Bradley theblossoms crossbetweenIlilliozibollaryanietles 4The I oftle other and started the new thanthelar1e lrlshpAsays that the next dancer who will be famous will not be an Indian or o Persian It1I be the Irjzh o bays As a rarnourflaalant shareTheyRRdfa w1 t DEVOTEDLY ML By IZOLA FORESTER lWhere hanemitted a startled exclamation Forevermore Eleanor where on trrthStand still untlrI can find where till sWitcb Is goose There came click of u button and tie long receptiox hall lay revealed in a flood light IIt wasafter twelve and they both needed rest mOrO than anything after ountpIQsIsuite upstairs The rooms connected with each ther and Nan rambledt about her brown hair in two long braids and a kimbno wrapped about hen Tucked Into a corner was a photograph that seemed different from the rest It such yo dungIt Nan turned It over and ead on the back Id a scrawling boyish writ ing Devotedly Bill Over ut the little white dressing ta fbleSomehow no one would ever have connected her with college boys who signed themselves Devotedly BilLtWhat are you chuckling over asked Eleanor Devotedly Bill Eleanor turned ar und her fair hair falling loosely over her shoulders her eyes filling with tears upnnthlngOh its all right You didnt strike any heavy minor chord She looked down at the photograph tenderly He- nsw just a boy I met up at Cornell last winter the very first boy thatt ever dared to love me interIher chin on her hands Doesnt ho oven write to you We promised we wouldnt not for a year Whats that Both girls rose to their feet with startled eyes Somebody fell over the taboret In the ball Nan whispered her dan- esey wide with dread You turned oft the lights Eleanor thought quickly The house had been closed since June A care tatter came every day to look after it end at night the watchman was sup posed to guard it She crossed the room and locked both doors leading Into the hall than went to the win d whisperedherlistening Somebody whistled and It was answered Nab shrank bAck her face covered with her hands but Eleanor slipped one arm around her soothing her even while her own heart throbbed heavily Come on now called a deep voice Open up Youknow you cant get out of there And you cannot get In returned Eleanor clearly If you attempt to freak In the doors I will fire theyheardIn the door Mr Blair No no wait The knob turned A shoulder pressed against the docf panel Nell opep the door please I know your voice Its BilliWhos with you Just the watchman I saw the lights and thought burglars were in here Open the door please Eleanor turned the key Tall and v a lpniluelongbraidsl oldtime Saxon princess Out in the hallway stood Bill the original of the picture and the old watchman Nell he cried I had no idea it was you In here Ive had a across tho street all summer just to be near the house and when I saw tho lights flash on I called Sullivan here and we hustled over to get the bur la s Im awCullorry Sullivan moved tactfully down the hallway testing locks hero and there Nan had dropped limply into a willow chairwitfa it attheslimjIts wonderful agairli shutters all summer waiting for you to come back I wont wait a year Nell Look at me Arent you glad to see me- Dont you know Billle boy Listen dear Dont let t em tako you away from me again Its Pros dence this mixup here tonight Ivo been patient for months Dont say no Nell Ill be over early for you and well be married before anytViur can happen Ho was gone before she could oven protest From the wlliow chair came t contented chuckle and a brief re mark Devotedly Bill Copyright by the McClure Newspa per Syndicate t Similar MotionIInkblotzHemmandhaw hash been in t country all week practicing golf SmudgelyOn what links No links He was on Sol SodhiiB ters farm I pnsJIfnm mandhaw fanning the air with u brasjte he thought he was cutting grau with a scythe AND SCARCE TOO ustomerrBnng me an extra good steak and have It very rare Walter Boss a extry good steak iin dls heah restrants allus very rare POOS OPINION OF RUSSIANS L r German t Comic Paper BldlcUleauho Bureaucracy of the mpIreTt ofthe Czar The bmall esteem rT which before Jiel great war began the Qerniane eld thdnlilitary nEchipry f Rug siai js illustrated in he following ejtacb from a German comic paper puBlished by the way when the war was actually ten days old The Bus sinn minister of marine it was sriid had man 1FinlandU tics of cardboard to the government works He promptly gentt fqrih6 head Of one of the imperial ship yards Is it your plan f he said io tthat functionary to make the nor plate of our ncw bttj1osliips tdfdird b LiartW + pzS ii1rdojlhdiSplitJl ago Nowadays the orders are tto make thnrmor plate of real iron f r4CromThat was the reply is for tlio ariny You wouldiiot haveOUR sol diers run around all the timcbafc foot would you rNew Y rkIvc n ing Post COSTLY TO THE TAXPAYERS IEuropean Monarchs Draw Imwenas Sums From the Treasuries of Their Respective Countries Iotheroyalfanif3f ment and is known as the civil list The latest published figures for the annual allotment to the royal family are 470000 to the king and queon and106OOOroyal family such as Queen Alwc Ondr and the royal princesses pounu is about 186 The kaiser of Germany receives no allowance as such or any income from the treasury of the empird He has his private revenues and those granted him by the Kingdom trff Prussia as its king and hisonlj ajunualfgrantknown jj IThe allowance for tile expenses of the imperial house of Itussiji in 1013 was lG35Dr9o rubles Aruble y1outexpend nay not be d ifcussed in theduma tEDUCAIIONALFUNDj President Yuan Shi Kai ht is sueda mandate ttrhgOEcitJ Hslinicnt fan Hueatiohal fund amounting to StOffCidpOivbitlu shall provide 1i9 sclf IdrShl sfof Chinese students at TiomU and abroad each yiclflirifi IOQapmiall Thy fund will lbe orf atodl ydqjiositi iiig 100001 annually in the 11l1nt of China Itecentt reactionary ten congidlIirr1Ielure of modern eduicationPxecjen f Yuans mandate is tan as Qvidonco that he realizes the necessityi tmod crn education 7 GUESSED HE HtDENOUU1a Mr Xaggs was lateen aranug for his supper Well what kpptt you o Jate gigjnaJi fiI stopped t lreaelthe bulk v tins faltered Mrr Xaggs tJtrhulletinsi1Whyj tFglitiuugfrom Dont you get enough rflgfefti ing jVrUnriiui yes my gus do he replied meekly SprFiigCcjd lTnioih What They Expected r Ma better lock up tho bathroojo and get out the old wooden Why pa Vb8rIAnd hldo the phonograph andthbso eevendollar records For goodness sakes J And while youre at it youd better put away your fancy dishes and get out those old blue things you hato fOi Whats gettin Into you paT Weve got a few summer boarders coming hem from Urn city arid weve fIlfet WHEN THE T1REflij1M- OJHERmVES QUI What Then JheFffinil uq fers the Pftor Mothers Sufir ferrMrs Bppl er IVjeets This Distcessing Situation Collinsville IJJn I suffered front a nervous breafcdowpuid terrible adt lyworny1ifi sometimes eight or n1ne boaTrdcrr kei put on working despite my suffering decidedtni noticed a decided iimprovement iCnjy condition and now I am a well woman Mrs ANA BEPKER Collinavitfetill There are hundreds of rtervousijlrun inltywhowonderfullytencfitcd inbUUdincases is because ibcombn the medic nal tissue building and curative elements of cods livers together with the Blood oftordcivousi vicinity to try a bottle of VJqol on our guarantee to return their money If ItI+aila to benefit n rrlEjQR QUIET IN CITY STREETt ftn Noise ldIiirnfOpa York Hailed as Step In the I RlghtDIrectfon Itt 1jjJjie new antinoise ordinance pro rides prompt puhlihmdnt for any rs9n plying trade iin the street tl wjio shalimakdlor fflrmit lo bo made t Tflace nidqniettf t tue De ghoroot1i for the purpocidfdireetiijg attcn lio callingThisjldl ordinance and will put a stop medo ofUt been an abomination vto the com munity Thero arc however many dtHtr noises jhati are just as necdjess slid jut nnnpying tht do not some undej thbpCTalties of the law because they fire uot made by jxirsons plying atrade anti arenotihtended to trattractI lollipgsca and various in nature running all the way from tlicuunecessary noises ofaiitoinobilesjitpthe ppunding of fl vattIe of elevate trains The new or ii fnancei I th bel Is to be welorncNew York- World WHERE HE TOOK HIS DEGREE in itdianapollq 1counterstroketOsomeWhat George Kraitlein an Indianapolis busihcss man is selfnkde and suc cessfuL ins gun club decided to h 13oldannounced that aty entries must be in before six oclock Wcilnesday evr ning About eight oclock iin the evening HIp clubs telephone boll rang and voiceon the other end off t j I PeakIt Kreitlein happened to be near and lie a Drnsweredt ehesaid he What can I do for you r This is John Astorbilt Jones Yale 98 said tlio voice Yes I like to enter your tournament caidl tthe voice Sorry said Kitkit in eJButJ oull make an exception in my case Cant dole Cant be done r Ir lepeatedyou quite understand who IIarn FaJohn Astorbilt Jdiics =Yale 98 And this was the reply is George Krtivloin night school Gaud J bvjtjpVORED THE CONWSE FOR rir t Neat Rebuke Admlnlsl red by Em peror Francis Joseph to Devotee of RedTape fliiperdr of AustriaHungary Is IThe iih unhMrcrof redtape moth HfcJovcfe tbo flupnt direct mrin ixepf tbp military than and Is on the besrof terms with the bluff honest generals of his rmThe folloving Is an instance ofdUow he upheld one off them in his controversy with the bu reau racy The ofllcfer was balgotzy a taciturn oldsdWJe i hpm the whole Austrian occupationrnIknce antfadmlrcd gotzy was scnUo biiild a military road tlFunds tferVbort and the sum availj abforths jHuryoise seemed hopelessly Insutpclent 11i drat of imrk work and InRpnulty GalKot5 shtcedcd novrtbeles3 in perforBllhgjhis task and thereupon rc norted t Road built 25000 florins re IetiJiOOO florins spent rema ticsljlibthiu Gar oJY HDl8satl8fledwitIj St summary an oji lfount t 1110311111 offclala appHplfor a dfttallc1 s tfcinbnt of expenditure Oai NZ lgnaredvtho ai pHf ation which was presently renowed In peremptory ufonn Imn ticnt of red t 3ie hoa ro JpHertrUoko built 2JOOf forms re colv aC25000 florhm spent remains notlllh Whoever doubts ills an asa Shcfcjied by such impropriety a rell ttaplstrftfthief suljmittd the eenorals acc untto Francl JOBpph who blandly Jnqujred SDo you then rtoubt jit FATE OF ijE FOURFLUSHER Vcung Man Was Mistaken In Think Ing Girl Had Fallen fOr the Automobile yShesat ona benoh under ono of the alder trees with closed lips drink Ing In tho glories of tho setting sun Excuse mo ho mid HfUng his hat with his right hand wither to ad dressed her with thol loft bjt do you happen to have such a thing on yon as a match Thatis my automofiilr standing there andIflnd myself witl out a matcl to light the tamp It was obviously but a ruse to on gage her in conversation but hn was rather a nicelooking young man withja tlyoQHdoUar knlttod n cktio and all and she smned she ttold havLlngJThey all fall for the nutomobli he muttered lilmBelf One thing led to another and noon ho was sitting beside her chatting QU1rtlrShakeprealfmcelugtopicsbegintomust inghimtugtol pointed as his hopped mend was lostt In a clouddit leaving him to ro fleet onriio Just deserts which soclire or later must onvolop all fonfl ushers Precious rinance Jofinnyioxolahu8d the careful mother You havo shaken nearly all the money out of your tin baRk YeRm Im not taking any on having my little hank for hoarding Superfjctal the stuff Esimates ChrIICMll blooatN fstyles It Is more generous to judge him by his coat than by hrs hat 1 w t THET RURAL PRESS he Local Paper a Most Useful r Agency on the Farn The PressI Pulpit and School a irlnlty ofIInfluence That Wust Bo a Utilized In BQUdlng Agriculture J By Peter R dfordILectUrer NaUo alarmers Union A btD4 cnmllalgn ot publicity n the cubjoct of rural life is needed inJ tbls tialoJtoJay tJ bring the problems of thp farmers to ill forefiont The 1cIty problems arc blazoned upon tile out pages of tho metropolitan dail s and echoed in the country press ut the trouble oi tho faryiers are fieldqm told cicept by those who seek to profit by tne story and the glitter of the package ofttimes bb scurqs the substance A searching in estfgaU n into the needs of the farmers will reveal many fnherent de- ect In our economic system that can e easily remedied when properly un derstood and illuminated by tho pow er of the press The rural press the pulpit and thc school are a trinity of powerful In tlucliccs that the farmer must utilize to their fullest capacity before he can occupy a commanding position lin pub lic affairs TJiese gigantic agencies are organized in evoay rural community and oplv await the patronage antI co operation of the farmers to fully de volop their energy and usefulness They are local forces working for tho best interests of their respective ecommunities Their work is to build null their object Is to serve They v prosper only through the development and prosperity of the community Every farmer in this state should Subscribe fon the local paper as well- sa farm periodicals and such other publications as hft may find profitable hut ho should by all means subscribe for his local peer and rio homo should be without it The lQc l papers part of the community lire and the ditor understands the farmers prob llems It is the local press thdt will study the local problems ant through iits columns deal with subjects of most vital importance to local lire of the community A Notle Task JIn too many Instances tile country jPI pers mimic his city press by giv ingl prominence to Scandals accldonts and political agitation The new umal civilization has placed upon the rural press renewed responsibilities nd enlarged possibilities for useful ness it cannot perform its mission rrallIties the mishaps and inordinate lam of humanity or by filling strugrstories of city life which lure our children from the farm It has a higher and nobler task Too often the paftcB of the city doilies bristle with the struggle of ambitious men in their wild fyst ron power and many times the flumes of personal conflict sear the tender buds ofutv civilization and illurnhiate the pathway to destruction The ruraL press is the governing power of public scnti meift and must luCid steadfast prlnclle and ceeptlio ship of state- n the rcpd lstfad of progress The rural press can best serve the iiritcr ests of the farmers by applying Ita enqrgios to the solution of problems affecting the locU community It must stem the mighty life current that Is moving from the farm to the cities sweeping before it a thousand boys jind girls per day It has to deal With the fundamental problems of civilization their fountain head Its mission Is to direct growth teach ficiency and moll tho intellectual life of the country placing before the public the daily problems of the farmers and giving Hr4t attention to the leg aD11I6ocialanoeils off the agricultural classes within Its respective community The Power of Advertising The influence af adv rtlslng is clear ly Xisiblo in tho homes and habits of the fanners mId the advertising col uuins of the press arc making their imprint upoh the livo of our people The tanner possesses the things that are best advertised Tho farmer is entitled to all tho advantages and deserves ail the jUx Urles of life Vo need more art scl tceand useful faMHtlca on tIle farms and many homes and farms are well balanced in this respect but tho advertiser can render a service by teaching the advantages 6f modern equipment throughout tbo columns of the riirll press 4 The farmers arc In need of personal leadership Th have political load ers but they need local Ind community and educational strlalI i t fiuchanana Public Lute One hundred yrars ago Jamos Buch than who In Iqtcr life becamc Efesl dent of the Untied States was elected a member of the house of representatives in the Pennsylvania legislature This marked the beginning of Mr Buchanans public career AUtho time he was affiliated with the Federalist party He disapproved of the war with England but did tOt shirk the duties i of an American cltiten tvuen the war became a fact and was himself one of the first volunteers to march to the do tense of Baltimore Mr Buolianan retired from the legislature atJtl1e end of his secondtcrm with a 4eterI initiation to abandon political life nldi deote himself exclusively to the prac tlco of law A few years later how over ho was Induced to accept elec tlon to congress and soon became a figure of national prominence NonRetroactive A New York salesman tells ora stay made by him at a western hotel j wherA ho obsofvod an pldfashioned r 1Sarvan In the washroom dont the own or of this hotell know that itsagalnst the law of the tate ot IllInois to use roller towels now SHe knows It right enougbsaid JawVwasntUJ1 w IIl l i a f KENNEDYS LA4I 7VC COUGH 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Jd fuluoned caipet sweeper cad bet attained by tl1euse o the Duntley Combiaalion Pneum tic + Sweeper wluen although easily operatea by hand creates powerful suctto force which draws out all iFeeint and dust found b your ruge and carpets and at the same time the revolrag brush picks up eli lint pins threads ravdjngs etc cwt are made in three and sold under a ngid guarantee for one year You may try aDua ley in your own home for 7days Free of CAar 1FptAgents Wanted J4lL b 1 0 r IIChildren dry for Fletchers r io lUnd YoivHavo Always Bought and yliicii4ias bQ a In lUtO fur oser 30 has dtandyjWyiP sbnal supervision since its Infancy I ucGwo Allow no one to deceive youIn this All Counterfeits Imitations and TastasffOodV nrq Imfc Experiments that trine with and endanger the health of yufants find Ohiidrqn ExpcrleneonjjalnstExperMnQnt What Is CASTORjA JaRtpr n is Imrmlo s s ihstltiato for Castor OH Pore goric Drops and Soothing Ojrupsf It is Plciisitlfit It conainc iicithcr Opluni Blorihlno nor other Karcotlcy fJiibstancc Its age is Us guarantee It destroys Worms and ftllays Fcverishhess It cures BInrrlioca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation aud Flatulency It SHimilaes tho Food regulates tli6 Stomach and JSovcls giving healthy and natural sleep TIio ChlldiTOns Panacea Tiio3roth9rs Frlcnd GENOINC CASTORIA ALWAY N xfBears the Signature of r Ll Tiij L f ift I I The Kind You Have ilways Boughtt 4In Use rr Over 30 YarE 4B YnCT rL Ji The Loiiisvliie Daily Fleradaxici NewsLeader both one year for 5325 ci