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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4ESTABLISHED iANN01iMl J 1883w p fitj9 f J f 4 1 l JIrfa1J iltJIo t 1 MEW SERIESYOL XXXWooI 7 1 l SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 18 1915 l YEMr r IIC h i IIARKOFTBELORD E HANDS God Covenant Opera Jlzed Into Eli ntr ndj h hearers God Jaa lti I S OMB twenty years after Gods prediction of tbfi calamities to befall Eli nnd his family the tragedy related in this lesson occurred In all that tme Ell now nlnetjrelglit years old bad allotted matters to continue In his soils bauds notwltbsta tiding their dishonesty I the things of God and their ity and pernicious example We Inj not to overestimate tbe mom and ligious conditions of tbe people durin those twenty a years but we may 1tI Assume that the erll example or tIre priests the sons of Eli bfid 4ademoralizing ef I feet According to Gods Covenant witht the nation He waslxnnd to punish them A fresh invasion of the Philistines took place The neArk InantIsraelites went out to meet them In bat tie and were defeated In helrrbugrin they looked to God Just as all tile nn t0 lions of Europe today are doing Indeed the Israelites bud more ground for nttejnptlns to bring ntothe war for invoking tbe Godr ane of religious symbols tcthlJn have the warring kingdpnjs of today tor God had declared that they were His special people and thin He would protect them as long ns they would ber jo 11 to RIm On the other bOnd the kingdom of this world bav4 no such Divine promise have at ground for such expectations ofplVine aid They are falsely styling themselves Christian klngdoms Christendom whereas they have nether part nor lot with the Lord BeI recognizes no nations except Natural Israelof the put nndSplritual Israel of the prespht Peter 20 A PresentDay Parallel f the Israelites doubtless ttidrcid atowthe Ark of tie Lord wont before them in the Wilderness Journey how it was In the tnldst of the Jordan when the people crassed dryshod and bow Jt in the procession tJjat marched nruund Jerlcho whrn the w4lJI fell So they determined to bring the Ark rinjittJl1t Jt Into the battle Their rraauiihip1 nppjirently wits thai God would not permit the Ark of tbt Cbvennii to lix injured or t ptured hud that lieiire the vlitory would lip botujdp iuine ulIsnul i Tfie people forgot that they had been living iii vlolntfou of their Coviiituit with God and that that Covfimm call cd for puiiishtncnt upon tlum nt the 4 rgiithatndibersyjrurliiHl us the priests of Gotd that tI1ty were Immoral Impure pos 7 InRnsthe jrespntatlvef of lie 11r vlncljojluess Toflity ns lnthe days uf Ells suits the people shout 18 they iple tht Causervr God tUh their national proj ects Again they forget t that Go ts Cause j5 under Dlvjne tdlrOcluii i aud will prosper best bytbe pernil slon of nigresfl defeat to till these systems of men preparlpjj inddeiitaHy for tie ea tabllsbmcDt of SIcsJnhH KlngdotD aft er tbe Armageddon the Bible shall kayo bumbled Jbd world and matle them ready to accept tbe new King Immnnucl and HlalCtugdom There was a great slaughter and a scattering of tbe lanielltes tilts two BousVcre slain The XrlJ of iod was Clpt red A swift rntiner liruubt the sad uteiigeuce to SliJlolu wlfere Ell as Jtjdge Bntiupon his high sent t lu the gate tearfully remcmburinK tthe twpn tyyearbefore prediction of illsa trV The rniiner reported to EII thaitl baltic bnllClue against the Isnullti that bis two sOns tcrt Kjilii inil that the Ark of the linl IIIIIhtIt mptur ctl by4be P nixtfius VfleuElI Ilnlill i1ni tils jpntiii- trensiihuiir Whirl lit tt1unrdlnii ijfitf lhi 1lit lrIeltt tiv Hiviw njipolnt menu been ttUiuiv ttliH rblllH UiiiH ttwllllllt old unui Tfll ait In ii fnlut his liiiili pled Ills iivkwn lirotitii AltliDiinU fittiiifiii lit lipan iiiitlutlt HU at ulii ty IJtJliU niVerthv tl lit is not with ontMxprojif In thilt he iiiglrt ted to set tbatt tHe work eu trusted to him wnsnoUmterfeed with by those of his own liQUSebold tils loyalty to Uod was not sjitflriently tnvit to binder him from shlrklu hi rcKixiuHjbllltT In his character wa tuo nitfrh of tti spirit of pwirp titt anj prtvf not enough of that hllidIs pry psind To dlifor rlshteoiism HJIP litraal Different From Other ftatiortV Atiu itssin trtuIUlu Iitdt IOViitlp- c3Jtlt JIlrItJ1ilit mllxt tf I1t tIFtt1illtlC IJltIJ rtrtItstIiits Ii J thtlt tvarv glad rvturl tIii rl hut 1Jtt ill ttt IIiis tiiis lIul thlr t IfIII siiIIlUIhI2IiIt t7liiit1 lh ii11I1Ia tlsJustitI1viits JIt 511iii nuI1h4t tliiiiJjlie iriitloi tlClJlI ti 1 it 11111 rlrltJlllhl ylf udfiIIU ili Ips IrII c GRjSAN FOR SALE Thi t Hdfag pit th1 e Pre oyterianj3l urchi thpp1yto Mrs A R Shti i I4aw1i tLeac11roan r p i 4 vt1nteTdt1buy Lie 1fl8U r p policies that hte teen in AddressM A r r r w t T TTluI ITT r TIlE NEWS= J LEADER I J No More Overdrafts 1 Mf John Skelton JYiIHams Comptroller of the Currency has mailed notices to each National Bank m the BjpitedStates order Jngtha immediate stopping of habitof allowing batik depositors tp overdraw their accounts The notice directs all national 8lbanksadopt resolutioi s orbidding officers and employes ito p or chrgttoth a2C9unt of any d posUor any check of sich dtfoos- itor when there are nit ufflieii ofjIttaeIfj A copy cf this lesolui ion must j be m lied to the Comptroller showing the names of the direct ors pre ent win n the reso utun was passed This means that no moreover rafts can be allowed Try This for Headache It one issuffering from neuralgic headache a gool remedy to put a smaM piece of gur CuLptorini a basin of bailing water and inhale the futne Arf few drops of spirits of camphor iglaofvater jsaytvu Or fifteen drops may help the coldrf water at once but take a fewj sips every ten br fifteen minutes This last remedy is good tof breakup a Cold if taken whn he cold fksb appears If the headache com s from indices tfon atea pLon of bicarbonate or sodain a copof h t water may bring relief Hi v s fcue wat r as ldiasitcan bediunk A sick headache which is produced by indigestion may sometimes bo li lrelievedl plaster on the pit of the stonuch and on tbe biolr of the neck- STlje objectI of this is that it and By Stephen Bolles in Bourbon Stock Journal can easily be made the greatest bogralsis State in the Union That has been demonstrated by Davless county farmers Last year about 100p0tlbx gs wore fattened in hatcounty on distillers slops and dried grajns So successful were the experiments of at County Grounds May bogs Special tanft cars were also pro vided for transportation of both the slopj and dried Makes Prize Vlnners At a great barbecue on the Owens boro Pair Grounds last May attended by 20000 farmers and feeders there fattened onrdlstlllers dried grains and slops and many cash prizes were warded Officials from the agrlcul tural department tho Stats and Fed eral were present and made addresses on the proper care and feeding of hogs and the preven thou of cholera Sipobimeps of distil hers dried grains and slops from vA rlous distilleries were also on cxliibl tion and their food value were explained by experts Fattens Quickly Ono of the greatest advantages In teedlng distillers dried grojnrrls the Tact that nothlngIs lost The distil hers remove only the nonfattening portions of the grain leaving an aver age of 40 per of la the element requited to fatten tock It has been supposed by many people that best way to fatten a hog ttfj to feed hard ornDut corn in the natural state yields about 13 percent of protein as much of It l sess about three tUnes the fattening properties of natural corn By feed ing these dried grains with alfalfa clover or Other green stuirs hosH fat ten quicker and bettor than by th6 use of corn Alone and at very much less cost V i 7 difficult tq keeptbe mustard plaster from making a Wister This may bettvoidd if the mus ia rd is m ixed with fiqur or vas eUhe From different parts of the counttycome stories of a swindle successfully worked on faimers who thought they were going to gel eh ap groceries Two smooth strangers went through the com ill unitic3 t krng orders for a ItIUSe in Chic Jgo pre ending to a sta dard brand of sugar Ifjsell Uour so cheaply that every firmer vslied took from 10 to G0 worth aid oth r things be sides Because thelow prices thexiLur and sugar hid to be 1pai d in advance It is alleged that in bn Cmmunity the swind lers picked upsome SBOOO and no groceries delivered Hors Buyer sNat lougagoa representative of thetribe of fellows who live by fieir wits 6bbed up inj E 7ihethtbvn and announced tout he was there to buy horses Ub nyer houghtany horses hut he tan upa goudsiepd hotel bill and dparted from town wi h ut P Iyilgit Some days later Mayor R B Park who is ome thing of a horse dealer himself was iii Atlanta Ga and ran across the same fellow who was enra el in running up t big bill a a leading ho el under the prc t ihse of being engd in buying horses and mules for Gen Villa of Mexico Mayor Park put the Hotel manager wise and when the fairer was arivsted aad searched the sum toal of his visiole assets WaS eight cents Pending an indefinite stay in jiil his career asa horserbuyer his come to au inglorious close1 CHANCE TO MAKE GREATEST HOG RAISING STATE jLOjOpO Hogs Fattened From Slops Distillers Dried Grains In Daviess County Alone Last YearI Kentucky profdedbyproduct Government respective Undigestedi Theme Fake KENTUCKY oftlnchogsI Officially Tested Out The official tests of this feed have been very satisfactory in every way It has the of approval of the bet chemists In the agricultural world Men from experiment stations with know all about food values of dif r rent grains and foods have given it the highest recommendation The richest agricultural States in the Union arc those which lead in hog production Iowa with its vast field of corn Illinois Missouri and Indianan the order named have thousands One the many distillers Sloped prize winners the Great Farmer Barbecue at Davdcss Fair Owensboro Ky 30 1914 ct the grains cent protein which the stanip of rich farmers who made their money out of hogs TheYfeed the raw grain to the orkec and sell him at the highest price in the biggest markets such11lldreed that will produce the best pork in the world The Farmers Opportunity The greatest single industry in Ken- tUcky is Its distilleries This Industry pays more taxes for the maintenance I manufacI nuIdumped into the wasteneap simply because Kenttmky feeders have not waked up to their opportunity A com para lively small portion of this by product is dried and shipped to Europe to be used as dairy feed and for fattening h Jgs Ir But why ship any of these dried grains to Denmark and Holland when we cart use them here at home up to thq full capacity of every distillery in tho State thereby increasing the pro manyJwealth of the farmers of the state Cheaper Feed Than Corn Farmers should sell the corn they raise at the high price It usually brings and buy for less money more and better feed In the form of distil lets dried grains By doing this they can fatten more hogs at less cost and sell them in the market for larger profits It is a simple business propo sition that should not be overlooked by the farmer LETS MAKE KYTHE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE l i Arizona Kicklets henJNoe Wharton sold out hissaloon here and started for Santa Fe we told him he was making a muSs of it1and so it has proved He had scarcely got into thesaloon business there when Hbe vigilance committee lynched him A number of oulr subscribers have expressed a esire that the Kicker should furnish weather reports again thiscomin winter Only one out of every thirteen of 4the predictions of last winter were veri bed but if our readers are satisfied we arAaod will tatte up the od thing again as we know bow They are telling of a little cy clone over at Grass Valley which plew the hair off a cinnamon bear and drew nails from fende posts We dont doubt It The only safe way for a man io keep isbreuhi in this couutry is to believe all behears especially if it seems improbable The Great Arizona Irrigation and Garden Land company is an organization cQmposed of two swindlers and a rascal The cash capital is about 10 and the plant consists of five gallons of watt n and half an acre of sandy soil If the Eastern suckers take the hook after this it is not our fault Another instance that advertising pav Mr John Holmes the grocer refused to advertise in tbe Kicker on the grounds that no one read advertisements We shot him in the shoulder se cured a halt column ad and yes ttrday he told us that his Irade had doubled We stanoXready to shoot and convince others We understand that certain parties in this town haye writ ten the Postmaster General that we play poker Yes we do but we play it ai editor end not as postmaster arid would like to sit down in a game with the P U himself if Ke is inclined that way Anyone who argues that our popularity as mayor of this town is on the wane is referred to tbe fact that llast week we had 288 invitations to take a drink Cuckiaiis show which way the nd blows und it IS needless to say we accepted them all We believe that whit is to happen will happen In other words wt give Lawyer Dodge ihu uo ice that if he brings another libel suit against the Kick erwe will call at hrs office and make him eat all the papers in the case with a few deds and bills of sale as a windup to the matter The vigilance committee at Lote Jack seems to need an in structor It has liung one man three different times and yet he is walking around today in good health Mr Hennessey of the Blue lhadlj otbeij day because he insisted ou i Hating with his fingers The shooting was perfectly proper Civilization and the wooden handled knife are here and people who refuse to recognize the tact houd have it shut into them The Farmer and His Paper The farmer of today is eu irely1 different froutliH farmer of yesterday said Secretary Mcllvaine of IIH South Dakota State Fair and I really believe tbat the country newspapers have been the greatest aid to thq farmers and wade them what thf yare today There is no better or quicker way to get an education than to read the pa pers If a iran is away from his home town his home paper comes to him like a long lost friend It just seems tt me wnen I read my home paper as though Iwas sbaklng hands hands with a chum JJ CASTORIAFor Infant ani OldUrea TH KIM Ys Ml A1WY1 pBus the Il Slpat11e of d f the Governorsr sRace The whole face of the earth is covered with candidates for Gore rnorSNo Hying man ever saw them in such large number and of ruch small caliber r Henry Bos worth was elected Treasurer of Kentucky because he as Sheriff of Payetta county arrested Caleb Powers as IIQ Was IlogWillianiGoebe1rhcD Audfitor for the State of Kentuc ky simply becaus9 he arrested Powers Now he wants to be electeJ Govenor df Kentucky bebaise he arrested Powers t Mr Bosworth has dqmonsta ed that he bad sufH lept Ability to take an armed posse ar d go hit t railroad train at Lexington and arrest Caleb Powers who was a passenger on the train Again as Treasurer Kentucky he has proven that when a warrant say for a hundred dollars was presented at the TreasurErs window lor payment he could hundreldohaId rantHe is now Auditorof Kentucky but he Ins not yet shOwn that he is the best man in all Ke tucky for the plac Besides he is a parta bi- gjrtoff the present State Ad ministration and that fact soon will beand ought to beftal tf any mans political aspirations in Kentucky from now until Kingdom come Mr Bosworth should not ask the democrats of Kentucky cto keepon electing lim to office forevo becar sft he art ested Caeb Powers once Bit re h ismade Govenor he should at least ar rest him oDe more The Gov ernor of Kentucky should be something more much more than a good arresting officer As Governor he wouldhave no arrests to matte Therefor hi- sqialificationsor lack of qualifi cations should be considered Oar own town Marshal is a good arrestingofficer but he is not a candidate for Govenor of Kentucicy Neithershould Henry Bosworth be Then theres Mr John W Newrran who is now Commis sioner of Agriculiure for Kentucky He too wants to be Governor of Kentucky As Commissioner of Agrcul ture he has been principally en gaged in running the Kentucky Stale Fair down at Louisville Yes tie has been running the State Fair up or down for bet ter or fqr worse But since the Fair is over he has been running the quarantine against the Zoo and mouth dissase tJ which elih er hasor has not existed this question being not yet settled Mh Newman coopratdwith Federal agents who were sent to Kentucky to stamp out the disease They stamped it out by prexenting the farmers from shipping their healthy stock to marlcet This quarantine against the foot end mouth dIsease ext isted his cost the f rmers millions of dollars Beside Mr FOJt and mouth disease Netmanis a part and n big pr of tbe present State Admisistration arid that fact is enough to und ought to forever politically damn any man in Kentucky Then theres LieutenantGov ernor McDermott He to wantsto bo Governor of Ken- tuckyv In an article which appeared in the LOufsvilleEenig Times on January the second 1915 it is f aid of Mr McDermott In 1911 he was urged by the Slate Democratic Leaders to become a candidate for LieutepantGoveuor After declining because of the cer tam injury tohis law business he consented to run though only six weeks remained be fora the primary Msy we just here be permit ted to ask what leaders in stead of the people had him be come a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Kentupk May we also bfjallowed to in quire what iroflt heiie seJ sam J balers had in tbe fire AJddlij We way further b in li iA I TeethilII I1 t J n iNow Is tha tub tove your Dental work ode Your olditeetH fc i Iextracted and mOuth put ia good shape for Spring and Summer Iin vite you to come to my offi where you win find the 5est equippedapd J Imost uptodatesanitary office i9 the State andyor work wl done Ip1tbe Ympst uptodate and lat st Improved methods of noJern dsntistry Ifntfe ithemost noted anesthetic to be had In extractions Results are alwaiys r pleasing tj tny patients 1 make all Work coed sea will stand beamdvrayv work 1 do Price ardasonable in Keeping wltltlme4 j Of ViS4 T You will fljd no war stamp in my office It willI CpSt1 you notliingtot Ie I I have your teeth examined and my professional l advIce jgiyen you rgsrd r a ing the best way to have your work daneI I DrlvVaughnISta1iard1 fI i i 0 dulged in our questioning we will ask why Mr McDermott was not asked by those afore mentioned leaders to become a candidate for LieuteiantGov ernor of Kentucky until just a few weeks before the primary elec ion which primary election had then just been postponed from May to July by those same leaders In the above referred o Louis vills Times newspaper at icle it ii further said of Mr McDermott hHo was selected 10 sp ak attln Silver Jubilee of BI hop VilliamG McO oske and Bishop Dudley of tle Epls pal church and was the speaker at the testimonial di ruler given to the Rever end W H Whitsitt and the Revert id Carter Helm Jones of the Baptist churcn and of the Reverend E L Boyle of the Christian church and at a mettin qf the Reverend U G Foole of the Methodist church Fur inquisitiveness agaiffs i ff us and we would politely ask if you please why in the same newspaper article reference is made not only tto the fac that certain leaders just before the primary election prevailed upon him to run but aso refers to tne fact thattthe made speeches upon occasion of jubilees and anniversaries and suchr functions given or held in honor of preach ers preachers Ua hahn preach ers Episcopalian preachers Bap tist preachecs Christian and preachers Methodist Pray tell us is there any coo nection between the leaders getting him into the race just before the primary election and this referjBiCe of having made speeches Catholic speeches Ep icopalian ppeeches Baptist speeches Christian and speeches Methodist Besides Mr McDerm tt is a part and a big partat Uiat of the present Stato Administra tion ai d that would and slould politically slid rforever aaumbim in Kentucky Not the people but tbe Ica- dersthe very practically lead ers at Urat foibtered Mr Mc Deimotta Lieu tenaritGoernor and fa pr isidentof the Kentucky State Senate upon the people The State Senate was onehalf of the State Legislature which these leaders controlled and by that control made it possible for Kentucky now to be heed over nees in den Of course this could nQt have been done except tbis same crowd of lead referred oldtr just caB Utndraa Mcpifeary twl lightsleep and while so so tb- Ingh disarmed lthsIeCdbUJJt wbChIInot forget in a Jiunired yeirs This adminstratidn of which Mr McDermott is s ich a potent part is the same Stite Adminis tration whit h will go down to history and Hadesin unnumbefV ed automobiles looking for stray- bcdkswhich took French leave from JLhe State Library while the jcot and mouth disease did or did not previal in Kentucky oman uo matter what his name should be nominated by the DemocVates df JKentucky tf heconstitnteajreal part of the present ttate A4ttniitiatlOn tJack Jones inFhe Burt Coqp ty 0erald Advertisement Kentucky Children Once more the Kentucky Ch Idrens Home S cety isnnik jng n appeal to the Ghristi nl people vf the tqte topentIreirih- omes and hearts to its Mitjle citizens to the boyaahd gins whomin a fevyeirs wil be men and w in n i j Our lit me s nmv crowded be yoiit h elf nit s but whin a Ofjcllj t Ofj elaboutel wvwMj be citrpeled tos y IJo not SHill hun to tiwe CitI15sif bike i ny more utl6ss tlmkindheatted genarou people of the State c metj our aid lay cpening their bom eJAt the present time we have in the Receiving Home two hun dred and ihireen children rang lug in aees from a month to sx teen years Many of these are bright inerostingDoys4indgi butfwaal80I some lay and ths latter class need love and sympathy much more tban the perfectly notmbl child We have found in our many years of experience that the bejL results come from the placements of the little children Suffer the littlel children as they are then at an age when lasting im pressions can be made and ilieih characters can be muset easily moulded Ou in the State age a great many more children waiting to come to our Receiving Home So by takiflja child from us in to your family you are doing a dcubleJkindness kindness to the chita you tak1 into your own home to love and to be loved in return and a kiudness to the liitlp uiiforiunateiij without a home waiting to come to us If you are interested in the children of our State kindly write totue KtntuckyvCaiildr6na Home cocictyi 08G Baxter Ave Louisville Ky and the Superin tendeut will be more than giaci to takeiternatteri up with you II First Ruling On Banks Acceptance Of A Chick j rIA disi patch from Frankfort to the CourierJournal says The only acceptance tjfs iii check which wtlLbjn1Jla balnkto- ifinei honoring of it isone in writ Ijiccurtof4ppealspassjled 1JEwing agrinst the tiins1- j i j LebaninIin an opifiien by JuetlcjovSAttle Ewlffg had a check fort 291Hl9 hlaudbet t the bank if Itwasgood Hewas informed th ttbe signer haj funds to that amount in tbe bany Ewing saId Im wouldder post it to Iris own account ill the j fordajI requlVed that the bank Woul honor the check I Thenext dv 1e- Jt qld U in bRoIl Fprka- a the mcantimiI1et oihde- efl withdrawiitfld tl1t Cit 1ank rafused oROr the check ntIl 4f ll fJfi 1L t rr 10fIi J J I J I Ir rf IEwing sued and deranrrer Kas t snsained th his petition if Under the NegptMtitJn strument ACta check 19 atilt of excharge drawn oU ifbtiik andsccpt iheotacbnthisYfe l iii writing and signeab the Drawee1 Ttieact furterprWstbitt a chedk dte not operateVMf1 1itf assJonml nVofrtb6 fttadiil tolilie- credit 6f the drawer aid a bmnkJ iIi ri liable until it accepts ot d itJfies1hecl1eckt Too MuchAk Wiiil 4 t zr Chicago it mbre cre in c ropstins been the Wideprad tadvice gives to farisiver c since tIe Europelwr w trbegann stated EJrof HenrjG Bll on a expert of tha Miedle WftVlin provement Committee iBfan jn tentiew4iere today While it sounds c nviucing this idvicer taken ljtjirj4UjiarJlKeJy o prove dangerou r Tfi my mind a better slogan wpalX to aeA l rnoorQjerjSome i I ipe continued the PrpfapgDr ot bOys iwitb wn I used Uwgo blackberryinR hey wpfld scurry through ihe pbjckin- gog t tbeb rrjea tharbaBf in vitinglyon onE bush lha ijeslz lug ip the opxt Others clfoed each bush thoroughly ettiij the bigfellows hidden by th pJb1stalwaysfjff bigg it berries v i Frsquently the plaut f large areas in crops 9the sell is negfMUd jCriDTextent than would ot the case MofV mot eea made by plantlff tbJm1titWit inCropa and Jariafiif ifepreHlt baiter land Vii Fixed cpatr ptiiticaljyfiik ryt varyt wbe lanSllspJMitd in any particular crop l ft this same area can bemmproduce 80 bashei of coriji stead of AO busbdr tetfI pjrtionatelyHence tha bbf leai 1 ip Athricdars o4 W44 ijai Plant fewer cQr t numbpro acresctk r seed ploipr deeper p 8f3 r belters tlpjnore t otobffiX fcad the crops wzU- jptant i je food Tbisis oiiorvcbut Is proyedjt 0 suchitenslva ffrqiI1Kpq Iit poaeible for thfierr of Europe and of thf Sjtife Hu 1k4r54t 1i f crops Tli8oe1 toW viiS pThhrpfl bushels producedVill bcJ rger wrue protits greaterthatcws reac i9wl1 if hJ aifJri o1 8Qwotji Tacoe eDt f JnIO tthe kind of Tobago i IhIV rings the Top Prlc tfci tM i too that wjftwt pj 1feWliitetlyaarket ieit LI1k Jrsw beeiioI this year Esbrsi- lOfII seedwae ridiaItMI rI obr 1Icogt yori abo4taeeatikvt top1 tftoffW M jfcn tbrf08 UI t edwltflttrct otapOkq Pt4os oBD tf Mtej kb ta r v + ja 5LfADfRI 71t PRiiIGPIELDKY f it r tLME aTJQYIJ JAY ft L tiii JISEPI NuN rtj JWIIbi aid Pbliabera ttetpri Ky Post tMi ar lift es sttte- rt t l tf Wliiri Ctmaisiiaier J i 19t WM KIrAiR el rteeoun an h t waes araaiiirik for reelectiop alai Kairimmtnitnnrr abject to the r aettoH SC the Democratic voters in the ApriIHrJr It M fKII CuMf I UtUfV t We authorised to annbuace W H of Lebanon a candidate for j t ie ece e Cenunonwealth Attorney tor Ute XteTMth Judicial District 8ttlijj et I the action of the Democratic tpatty at the August primary r A dfw State SeMUf 1 we are aat brized to announce John r L GrwMfr ef LeNnon Ky for StMterraAtak the Fifteenth Sen torlsi itefcict composed of the coun 0 ties efTaytor Malaia and Wishing ton j bjcet te the action of the DemIocfKle primary fit 1 dktaftrItpr we tie ttttitadMd to wuraonce Chas b X DittkMA aa intoadidate for Repres dei laW iAtke lWer hous of the KwtockV LefWatore from Washlhg tea MMty 8Mjject to the action of the D M nitk party in the August pri mary t Mr GB Liken hasannoun ced himself a iwidldate for the voficepf Secretary of State sub a ject to thti action of the Demo cratic Party at thec August pri- stowJ Mr Likens has aerved a the people lor nearly four years is the position of Assistant Au ditor and during his service bar 8 r proven himself a faithful iser vast of the peoples interests dhas discharged the duties of the office ifi a manner that en f titles him to advance the inter 1 est of that party wlltch he be Jievad eoold bvatserve the rights pi toe people He was for sev era yeas a member of the Fatrth DistrlC Congressional Coagnatttee and being still a rain from the Fourth Drstrifet will hara prior JqWm on the soft r eof this district a to e We take pleasure in callin- M theatt citioQ Of our readers to 7 the iinrlincemeit Id this iss of Hon John Lr Grundyas a candidate fOr the office of State j Benafor subject to the action of the Democratic party It being if Zariba county stioje to farmsh the J nocratio nominee for the J oftce according to the uccession that has prevailed amongl the j IIIt II GB LIKENS ILJ O TIlE VOTERS OF KENTUCKY I am a candidate for Secretary of Stflte subject to the will of the Democratic party to be expressed In the primary election Aug 7 1D15 My jarty loyalty riiy availability publicomore than three years I have served you as Assistant Auditor and while the oMce is not an elective one the duties are important and exact lag These I have honestly endeavcred to discharge properly and oilli death My experience I feel has especially equipped me to IU the office to which I now aspire It nominated and elected rs your Secretary ol State all the energy and ability v hlch I have jshall ccxearnesiy do voted to the business of that departncnf No diity will be too arduous for me to performfaithfully and none wl be considered too tr vial to ro careful and prompt attention Feeling very hateful for tlie assur of support already received and soliciting tco votr andNtefiuonce 1celve I am sinoeroh Vnr n i Democrats Washington county has not had a Senator for some time her last ncmi ee being knocked out by a Kenuhian from Taylor county Mr Grun ay Is a faithful Democjat and better still is an honest and upright citizen a inan of good whogwonld know what Kuuld be to wouldebe fearless m dischargiug bis duties Attorpey General Jas Garnett COuotytNews says Ie a candidate for Goverr or Gtnj Garnelt had many friends in this section who were in hepes he would get in the game Tathum Springs J WeUi have been absent for a long time but will come again if Lath welcome the past week has seemed almost like pring time and if next week continues pretty there will be lots ofwork doneIMostal ofthe tobarc around frere has been sold ome at very fair prices while some didnt cret pay for their work We are sorry to hear of the deahofMrt Thomas Brown is he was a citizen near hereuntil about a Sear ago when he moved to WilIl burg l Mr James Kays and family have moved sear Springfield Herbert Keeling and wife moved 1Kavai Mrs Valuise is very sick 1 t ear1IMr Earl Reed of Parri5ed called on his best girl at thisr Race last SundayJ Silas Burkhead has pur 1Mr a new automobile but the roads have been to bad for him to run it very much Mrs Asa Royalty spent last Wednesday with Mrs George Shirley and Family MrJB Royafty and wife spent Wednesday eight with Mrs Mary Rayalty and family Mrs Rena Thompson who has been sick for some time remains atoqt the same Lee Bird and family have IMr visiting the Biuslil Grovt ekISaturday night with Hobart Royalty Mr Everett Dedman and fami y visited the home pf J S Roy alty Thursday nght Mr Silas Burkbead sold a yourtg horse to Robert Brown Brice 85 has become of Bill Brains IWhnt s wrote such news leters the Leader has lost somt mighty good news by him for saking it so wake up Bill if ou are not dead aactit you are seud the Leader word Novel Burglar Alarm A novel burglar alarm has been placed on the market in Germany com posed of a small metal disk circular in shape which may easily be carried in the vest pocket It Is so arranged that a detonating cap may be inserted and so loaded it becomes a terror to sneak thieves Suppose a traveler is staying in a strange hotel and finds that he cannot lock his door He places a their against the door and allps the disk under one of its legs Kfihould anyone attempt to enter the posliexp odes awakening the sleeper The a sk may be used under baggage in purse under bicycle or automobile tires and in many other ways Has site been married llong nearlytwoyears hasbeen six months NOT SCARED BY BILLS crt is said that women are braver than men Do jou believe it rWell I think more them would talc a chance at marriakea N000 OCOOV 596 OOt 004X4 X00 QO- 700 I OUR ANNUAL l e 1 WHITE GOODS SALE f 4 i F b 5 6 j Hiiiu2456Napkins White II i Goods Shirt WaIsts Muslin Underwear jI1 Laces Embroideries Ladies ijI f Neckwear Etc ilISpecial Prices on EferytiuDga inIour r Dry Goods i it datestI i y iluced Prices for Cash Only e GOODS BOOKED AT REGULAR PRICES 11- ii sr i iw Ladies Suits and Cloaks af Half JMees i i i F- t00 ii NBry mM 7 INTIREI I V 5 JO OQ 9Q 9 040FOt X000000 Q i y l h J I rI 4 f I 11- III 1At Cunningham Duncan St Coz 4 S I III 1 ns and Boys Winter Syits and Overcoats and Womens and Childrens Coat a rtd tCoat Suits atl 2 price k 1 1Womens t Jf I just opened lip a full stock 1 CarpefsI Rugs M cLinoremsx 1rraI g f f r 1v Curft irs and Waff Paper x i 719x12 WWeRugs in Axminister Velvet Tapestry Brussells Crex 850 to I We have all I grades of Tobacco canvass and makingespecially rtSOC loW 1 t prices on same SPECIAL PRICES TO CASH BUYER S I Q QII JL a t I AFTER SUFFERING TWO LONG YEARS Mrs Aselin Was Restored to Health by Lydia EL PinkI hams Vegetable Compound TMinneapoliSfMinn = After my little one was bOrn I was sick with pains In my sides which caused doctors by theI tion I suffered a Imonththin I was under the wolongany benefit after repeated s ug gestions to try it we got Lydia E Pink hams Vcgetable Compound After taking the third bottle of the Compound was able to do my housework and today I am strong and healthy again I will answer letters if anyone wishes to know about my case Mrs JOSEPH ASELIK Fourth Avenue Minneapolis Minn- Lydia E Pinkhn n s Vegetable Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harmful drugs and today holds the record of w31knowIIty911 have the slightest doubt E Pl1khnm 8 Vcfeeta ble Compoundwlll help you write to Lyd EPlnkhnn1 Iedl lne o confidential I ynn5Iass fornd vice Yoar letter will lie opened rend and answered by a woman and held lu strlct confidenceW Electric Chklr for Rats A novel device forclectrocutlng rats was rigged up recently by the crew of the railroad station at Fort Wayne Ind Not long ago rack entered the basement of the new station through tho coal chute and gave trouble until the station men got together and con strutted an electric chair especially designed for rats Tho chair con silts of an Iron plate with a steel spike suspended above It both the plate and spike being connected to the two wires of an electric circuit With the spike baited with a piece of cheese the rodents which venture up the plate and reach upward complete an electrical circuit through their bodies and thus become their own executioners Electrical World Not Yet ChurchHas sour boy trade good at college GothamNot yet He hasnt got on the basebalf or football teams or In a winning crew yet Secretary att War Garrison has dl rected that certain articles taken by Jefferson Davis Relics Go Back said Finally Union officers from the person of Jefferson Davis when the Confed erate president was captured be sur rendered to Joseph A Hayes of Cola rado Springs Colo as representative of the estate of Jefferson Davis The articles are a doublebarreled pistol two dueling pfslols four but et molds two pistol bolsters and one pistol case Since tho seizure of tho Confederate president these articles have been In the custody of the was department Secretary Garrison was unwilling to yield them to Hayes who Is the husband of the eldest daughter of President Davis until advised by Attorney General McReynolda that he could legally do so The war department also has a shawl and cloak taken from Davis but as these articles were not aspect tae the Trill not be surrendered WAR BLOTTED OUT HUMOR Comic Papers of Europe Are Publsh ing Pictures Which Have a Bestial Quality War beingfounded as Goethe said on hatred necessarily tends to blot out humor This is what those must year in mind who lament the coarsen ing and vulgarizing which have come over the comic papers of England France and Germany In their Jealings with the great conflict light ness pT touch disappears andallthat ire get is a series of brutalstrokes One feels it in Punch Its cark lures of Emperor William seem n if hacked out by the sword and lleave him little human semblance Simi larly in the Gorman paper Ulk the artoons depicting French nnd Eng Dish have a bestial quality At them one rather shudders than laughs Their designers are evidently filled with rage and fear making the artis tic result terrible perhaps but never amusing This extinguishing by the war of goodnatured raillery and really witty characterization and attack among the peoples involved was in ivitable In a way it is a goodsign It helps us to understand what war truly is Only when we become cal lous to its fearful aspects is it possible to jest about it Still it is rather a pity to see the humorists across the sea suddenly turn vitriolic Yaw yWz ETn2c Post Interesting Finds In India In recent researches at Surat Castle India Prof O V Muller of Bombay says he was shown a large number of records dating from 1750 to 1830 which had been recently discovered In the cells of the castle These were largely price lists and other matter valuable to a study of Indian economic history The most Interesting find however was a proclamation written In Marathi in the Modi script which after narrating the iniquities of the Peshwa Baji Rao declared that he had been vanquished and afterward his dominions annexed by the Hon East India comphny The document add ed that If anyone should be disposed to disagree with this or desire to operate It he would do at tHe line of his life and the confiscation of Till his worldly poe esslons Finally the document was signed by order of Mpifntstuart El I tfilnstone Bahadur by his Marathi secretary and certlfledlby a huge and still most perfect seal of Efphlnstpne Tasks for European Statesmen lOne hundred years ago the congress of Vienna was at work In an endeavor to readjust the map of Europe the same task that the European statesmen will be called upon to per form when the present great conflict Is ended Curiously enough the ques Ilion of Poland constituted one of the most perplexing problems befpro the congress of Vienna as It probably will at the next great conference of the nations following the present war A tentury ago as now the national Instinct of Russia aimed at nothing short of claiming possession of the whole of Poland And then as now England was Inclined to keep anxious I watch upon the excessive aggrandize mont of Russia and to oppose the lattera plans for the annexation of Poland Explained at Last DlxI wonder why a woman never throws straight Do you suppose It It due to some fault In the construction of her arms Dlx Not at ail It Is due to the fact that a woman never throws things un ill she is 10 mad she cannot 0er traigut r v Ii I 0bmktion P SALE1DontI I SatiirdaFebfuar M2 1 AT IpidGLOCK AMif f We hav forthep ltl0yr had a good sale and we expect this p one to be our banner sale so come and bring your V I Hors s Mules and Jacks C and we will find a home for them I BROWN CASEB ANDERSON I I IS M Campbell Auctioneer LI Jti4CGCwGGG C 3300 J ONE YEAR eEE EE 175S1XMONTHSi COUWR= jQURNALi Daily By Mail JJ NOT svijDAr D iirin Jantian trJ4 t AND r FebruaryQn1yt V yft ReJl iilar Annual liar aki Period Limited to Phew d To MonthskIf j JustineHalfJ RgiJ air Rnce j vy SubscJriptionortlers at Ithis rate willl beacceptedonlyy JJ when sent throurhreRuarObUrie Journaa1 Agent In this district 4c r LEO HAYDON Springfield Ky 5V CQUR1ERJQURNAU COMPANY LouwvilU Ky SIS B The Louisville Post Home and Farm and the News Leader ta25 r 441 F c VRIBROWN1 jj AGENT FOR fcfttKky friwef IInsurance Go OPLEXINGTON KYI Iiiuares Against Fire Lightning in lEarirmA iad Gcowara risks a specialty KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE IltatesIteasonabI Telephone 165R SPRINGFIELD KY n 2DR JIC JiVED tIfPby oian ind surgeon I 8to9amfflcehonr fto 2 p m- Or aydons Drug Sjtore t Dl W F TRUSi DENTrSTOffice over Ha ion Barber 1ntaLworkatreasonab1eprices All work guarantee bR J HAMILTON SPJUNQFIELD K Officeon Main Cross StreetPhone 20 Iv 7c80th830AMOffice Hours0 100 to 300 p M DR MW HYATT Office over Springfield State Dank Office bours 1080 a m to12 tn 4 to 5 p m VIF GRIGBY ATTORNEYATLAW Office ove People Bank SPRINGFIELD KY srlTreesjj rult andShade Trees Shrubs grape Vines Rhubarb Aspara gus Peonies Phlox ROEe3 etc Everything for Orchard Lawn1 i and Garden Prea Catalogs No Agents HF Billeniueyer i Sons I Lexington Ky I NurseryrnTSti since 1841p HI a t SPECIAL TO WOME The most economical cleansing and 4gehlc1da1 pi all antiseptics la A okble Antiseptic Powder toc hdiwolrad m water as needed Asa medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh Inflammation or ulceration of nose throat and that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal jorten years the Lydia E Plnkham K diclne Co has recommended Paxtina in their private correspondence with women which proves Its superiority CUredJItall At ay ffbe Paxton Toilet Co Boston Mass RHEUMATIC SUFFERERSGIVEN QUICK RELIEF Pain leaves almost if by magicwben- roubegin using 5Drops the famous old remedy for Rheumatism Lumbago Gout Sciatica Neuralgia md kindred troubles It goes right to the spot stops the aches and pains and makes life worth living Get a bottle of 5Drops today A booklet with each bottlogivesfuU- directions for use Dont delay Demand Drops Dont ac sept anything else in place cEll Any drug glitcn wpp1you If you live too fat from a drug store send One Dollar to Swansea Rheumatic Cure Co1 Newark Ohioand a bottle SDrops will be sgnt prepaid PUt Value on Sneezing Asneeze is the automatic bouncer ot unwelcome guests said Dr WaI- ter A Weirs In an address before the members of the Keep Wells a women organization for the study of good health at Washington Doctor Wells had reference to the nose and throat as highways for diseaseIA great many people he said be Ueva that the Important function ot the nose is the sense of smell and they seldom think of this organ a one of respiration The sense of smell t JI only of secondary importance whenI Its chief functions are considered The nOse Is the organ of respiration necondonly to the lungs In import sues Nsw Method of Finding Longitude The novel method of finding lone Cede lately tried by Professor LIpp mann tie French astronomer Is the comparison of eimultaneous photo graphs of the sky taken at two sta j ti ns The zenith being shown by an arti ficlalstar the difference in the places of natural stars very accurately IndU xatestho difference in longitude and It tlll1Bgitude of one place is known tiat of the other can be fixed with an certainty claimed to be only a fu etediape ten or fifteflo A Judicial Joke Toa are charged with being intoxi I catedisourion9r my wife made mo go rchopping with her yesterday after I noom ceo And after the dry goods itori3 closed you continued to shop a ht tJ1Pt Onei TT- mnh V DII1 TOWN I 1 PV eth innWlooM WW Hi Local Happenings of jWjj The Freshest and Latest 1 t AIIAb ut Yourseir Friends dii nnnnAftftAftftnftnftnftn and Acquaintances ftnhnnAftnftnrrr XXX Balej3 Pay and Straw for sale N P Shonrpson hone 119 W Seed potatoes and garden sicd at McClure Mayes R L Cteinents RR 2 has for sale Orchard Grass Seed J T Wheatly Springfield r r 5 box 12 his for sale a short hornmale calf potatoesMcOlure Mayes ICockejlOQeach s Mrs J I Martin Lot Gold pointed iso llbl a nd founiafn pen Return to this office or H R Eddleman II Pure White Burley tobacco seed for sale by Mary Brown Grundy B DJDiementtS Springfield RI R2 has for sale Baled Hay and Straw A C Kimball has for sale a good secondhand one horse tagont For Sale Two good work mares Will take a goo milk row as part pay 1 A C Kimball Box Supper Wednesday even irigi February 26 at the Pleasant Grove School House J K Walls sold 6280 Ibs of tobacco at an average of acts at the Farmers Rouse We have all grades of tobacco pncesGiveCunningham Duncan C- oLostOn the sareet of Springfield last Friday or Saturday night one white tu oldie wih yellow orange stripe laundry mark No 48attchei to this tie with a diamond stud and tie clasp Finder will be liberally reward el if returned to this office Wheii considering the pur andlcanneiRrmember that next to a reliable he is Iheguaranteeofa repre IItelltoII Annual Easter Sale The ladies of thePresby erian Iliurcbwill have for sle lakes dressed hens and hams etc Saturday April 3 at the Couit House i For Sale Two very desirable building lots me on cort er of Main Street and Covingtm Ave and one on Main Street next to Mr Sam Yiagers residence J have also forVald a bouse and lot on Main Street next to Mrs George Rob ertsons residence Will be glad 10 show you any of this property and wail make terms reasonable W K Robertson Victrola Recital The JadSis of the Mtthrdist church gave a Victoria recitil at the C urt House on last Tuesday afternoon and evening The instrument used in this enter tainnrent was one of the very tines made and the musical and vocal numbers played were strictly high class embacng numbers by the leading singers of the world which in order to TOPIcS r nftnftftnnftnnft ftftnft aVUVU L Model Sanitary Dental OfficeA- LL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard hear coss from 5 to 10 per seat While the crowd was fair ly large however the number was not so great would have been had the matter been adver Used for only a short notice that there was to beau entertainment was given Give Good Entertainment The Choir of St Augustines Catholic Ohurch of Lebanon pre sented a very enteittinngpro gram at the Opera House on last Monday night The show was aI minstrel show and the way in which thesa young people presented their respective parts clearly demorstrates that they possess rare ability in this Their Leader Father J inel Crowley is a musician and atist of uncommon ability and the inI t rest be manifested in the pro gram showed that his heat aud soul is in what he doe and that he undertanes nothing with any view of making a failure The mustdal numbers and solos rea ceived much applause and the jokes of the end men kept the house in a roar of laughter There was not a dry part in the whoe show and the large crowd Were well entertained Sunday School Institute Tr interest and push goes for IIf the Sunday School In to beheld in Springfield on Wednesday and Ti ursday next will beagreatsuccess All of the local pastors will have part on the program And ad dresses by Dr Poplin and Miss Dace wilt be thoroughly inter esting to everybody who attends The meetings will be held at the Baptist church Wednesday een linK Thursday afternoou and evening A co d al invitation is extended to all cCorleyFarris IMr Dtlbert Parriai and Miss Buelah McColey were married n Springfield list Thusdiy by Judge Yankey The bride is a niece of Mr Ge Benedict and Jihe groom is a soi of Mr Elijah Pdrris HobbsCamden Mr Chas W Camden andDr Anna Hobbs were quietly mar ned in Louisville en Wednesday of 1last jweek The rom is a well known tobacco dealer of this county and a good fellow his bride is well rnown here where she practiced her pr Ten sion of Osieopa hy for some time and has a well established reputation as a physician They will reside here Tobacco Market At a meeting of the Hoard of Control it was decided to close the market March 12 The market has been stronger on all grades this week than atI any time ths season NewsLeadpr Louifviile Dily Post Home and Farm all one year for only 3 25 i fKy Rural Credit Association JBWakefield District III Organizer will be at the 1 ISpringsI 11 desiring information or to I become a member can see I I 1S liI iiJJIii fl DEATHS HARVEST jMany Pr minent People of County Paas To Their Reward ITINMr John Tobin died at hh home in this county last Friday after an ilfness of severall days of Acutn Indigestion He was G7 ysarsiif ag nt d was born in Ireland being a son of the late Patrick TObin When he was quite young he came with hs parents to this country wherje the family lied in New York lor seveial years aftir which they came to Kentucky Forty years ago Mr Tobin was united iin marriage to MsaMargaret Fitz gerald a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs David Fitzgerald Afier his marriage Mr Tobin and wife went to Indiana to live and continued his residence there until sometime after tha death of Ius wife Later he returned to Kentucky and settled in Wash ington ouhty where he reside untilbi death He was married the second time liis lust wife be- Ing Miss Lizzie Oliver who jur vives Mr Tobin was a successful farmer and stock raiser and was a very worthy citzen of tne inItbehis death the pubic has last a valu ible cilizn HeJs also survived by the following children Mrs Patterson of Louisville Mrs Irvine Mann of Marion Counvthd Will Tobinl of he United Staies Array Mrs Will Buckman aricTvMr Albtrt Rudd Miss Matte Tobin and Messrs John and Hugh Tobin of this county Funeral Services were conducted at St Dom nlcs church by Rev Father HXnnessy Monday morning and burial was in St Dominics Cemetery CLEMENTS jMrs Plizabbth S Clements died at Her Ir me near Spring held Jast Saturday after an illness of several raun hs of Brights Disease Prior to her marriage she was a Miss Spal ing being a daughter of the la e Ji hn Spalding and was born in Marion county October 27 1830 Qn February 14th 1854 she was united in marriagelo Mr Jas R Clements whoprecedtdher to to the trave several years She is survived by the following children Messrs J WV Clert ents of Louisville GtO T Win A4 Joe S Jas C and Spald ing Clements Miss Hallie Clen ems acd Mrs P J Kdly of this count Mrs Clements was a woman who possessed many noble traits of character And was bplovel by all with whom she came in con tict bht was a kind and icdul gent mother and a cliaiita e neighborFuneral services were conduc ted at bt Ruse Monday ai Sol ewn Requiem Mass aid burial was in the cem tary tbcre Her six sons acted as pill bt ai ers LITTERAL Mr Wm Litterdl died at his home in Norti Washington last Saturday after a short illne s pneumonia Funeral services were conducted at Mt Freed m by Rev H L Dut on He was 71 ears of age andIL lifelong citizen of the county Early in life he was unite in marriige to Miss Jane Duggins who dod many yes ao After her death he was later man itd to Mr Martha Holiday widow of the Jeff HolidaiJ wLo survives He is a so survivd by one son M Geoge Lilt Ial and a grandson the son of Mr Otev Litter al He was a Ulan well thought of by everybody and ws a good citizen BHOWN Mr Tom Brown dud nt his home in Willisbui last Fiiday HeIin life he was united in marriage- t MiS3 Nincy Pinltstun who with the following children survives Messs John James and Granville Brown Mrs Marshal Kce ing cf this county and Messrs Edgar and Roaco Brown and Mrs Wljjtehouse California Funerul services were conducted at Willisburg Sunday and barlal was in the ce neteai there HAMILTON Jam at Hamilton a highly re spect id colored citizen dieJ at 4 8 nome here 11ist Suucldj iTO T i w I iiC 9 f14 a ttIIJJiiIIIfIIiiwlili roj I sb R C Boblitt Pres L C Tatunii Jdm aJ f n i l4- L j 1 J ICf t r JC 1l1au t i it iaoj Jln JIe 1 If s t = r J fi 11i FARIERS I i = f f f 3 h i I l i f Ami5 The Farmers Warehouse iis well lightedwell ec f ii k 1 ment is in charge of experienced men We hav =ttioneer Mr C H Richmond who is one of the tf tbSouth and a very competent judge of Burley tobacv r 5 well known to the tobacco growers of this and adjoin =7 f floor and wills to it that any tobacco sId at our I D a worth fV S 51 Ecil I BriDg Your Tobacco fo the Furaer 1d- SOJRc1BOBLITGenManagcr Jf iI I t tt ttro jm mt the effects of a burn received two veelrs ago when his clothing caught fire horn an open grate Be was 90 years old and had lived b the county all his life Pu e al services v ee conducted at St Durfl ics Tuesday ard burial was in St Dominics Cern etery Sixteenth9nniversary One of the most delightful occasions ever held in Springfield was that of last Tuesday after enterttSociety of theMethi dist church in honor of its sixteenth birthday True this was not the actual date ot organization but there ae reasons why the celebration should lake pae on this day stead of the real day which is IAlterness with Mrs Mjriitt in the chair the fol o ing litE arv rro gram w is carried out in erspers cd with selections on the piano by Mrs Bosley 1st Why Every Woman shouldbelong to the Mssionary Society by Mrs Crowe 2nd Sketch of the History and Work of the Sue Bennet School bv Mis James McElroy 3rd History and Work of Bre vard Institute Mis Thomas Person j 4th Annual Prayer as wit nessed by Rev W G Cram Mrs Mpritt 5th History Springfield So IIyears ago 80 ciety was organized with five charter members as follows Was Anna Murrata Pres Mrs Al en virs Nelson MhsMinule AI Ulcian and Mrs Thurman fw moths later Mrs Merritt jrined and has since kept her membership here Of this unm berMiss Murata has gone to her reward the others were all pres out Mrs Allen graciously send inga representative in her place her daughter Miss Mamie The Society as a whole andspecially these charter members felt en couraged indeeu when looking back at the small bcgining and tin n looking around In the faces ab IUt twent five or thirty enc usiast c members today While Ihe hostess served dainty refreshments there was a round table chat of Mission Study led by Mrs Marks The Society unanimiously decided to take the Missionary Voice as a text Book in their tudy course the coming term lhe fternQ ri was all to short and the membets went nome wish ingwe might hue another An niversary soon B JPERSONAT Mr and MrsP J Thomas ere in Louisville the first of the week Mr Will Tobin of Virginia at tended the funeral of his father Monday Mrs Itate Hertein FitzgeraldS of New Albany Ind funeral cf Mr John Tobin Rev RE C Lawson who has been quite ill at hishomeis im poving Miss Carrie Boldrick continues very ill att the home of her father RL Boldiiclc Mr T J Miller who under went an op Cation for appendi n ci Is is improving rapidly a IflurI i hiTTIJ1rIi 11 I Is YoUrflainl 11 I Having J II I I1tirei I1 i price This is a rare chance for you so dcnjt delay Come irv at once and get thetGREATEST BARGAINS I 1 ever offered you in Clothlngas we must reduce our stQck jn next 30 days Everything staple and vey cjles rable stYle yl I All this seasons best thtngst II 2500 Suits for 12150 I 2000 Suits for 1000 15 Suits for 750 II 10 Suits for 5 I r4 g N I Hon Ben tipaldiog of Lebanon was here Thursday on business Mr C Bo well attended the horse sale it Lebanon yesterday Miss Ella Shaunty la lLotifai yule this week attending the State meeting ef County School Superintendents Mrs Fannie Blanford left this moraine for two weeks stay In the Eastern markes in the interest other Spring Millinery Are Light and chen To improve the acoustic propertied of largo ball at the UnlTorilty of Illfrj nols an electric arc light wax UMO to auUt the InTeaUjatorg in bestial the sources of sound disturbance TLj acoustical proerUiof thi room were wretched at the start but by series of experiments within the auditorium itself following careful studies In the laboratory the trouble has been practically cured Echoes were located by means an alternating current ate light beam fronvwhlch accompaale brUit hissing sound of the arc was ilreiet to various parts of the room the paths of the light reflections were traced and verified by tke MUd A complete acoustical wiryey was thus made of the auditorium reeulUnk finally in the hanging of curtains sad vanTages in Tarioua parts of the room so as to stop the glneerlng Record House Cat Mother fety Wildcat Frank T Robinson Baltimore Jk Ohio engineer of house at 1kat4 JMHieftac babr IriWcat wakINa tabV own share with Ike U4em Ue raTon of the mother LA grottBdJu likater raa aoeie hn lUODr wildcats atv hItr alt Bdki Ort xt here om tet ef tM MitH brOj1t two aid tare wt to Reblwoa wile kt the titUs wildcat with the aotker cal- d 1t1is tkrirter beicc MwMui akwf wltk tke UlteM 1 12tRfl 20400 OverQ ttslor t J5r= fVetffatS f6F7tQ 10 overcoats for 5 ici- 1 1 r III 1and1 THE CLAYBRo KE GO lI Incorporated f II Ii1a1ham I f a a d reverberatlonJI a CnrnberisljUb- aa a a j 25OOOvercoatsftr 1 ROBERTS Ii I t o 1 1ROYAL r t I 1111BakingPowder ii r Saves HeaJItir Ht-jj i4 i 51 SSa21I4 4- jti Saves Money l rr a dI CJl- Iloian 0 Mak sSetterFo ji J Ij L 3 YOU WANT a Better ThatqustIos will be asked you almost dsflyyb yoe eryleu It you qaiifytake the More I3ANICERS Indorse DRAUGONS Colisjs dbrs stsr bcst t eels colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges ha 3 8t aUcassptatie WI eepers all over tha United S 1iiArthat DraugJioAs iwSystem ot ping 85V55 thmf- tom2S t5Os iiiiiiLkworkandWo SMrtINa KyalrUI oil M court repottE write the System tl- hortbM OIICoUgei teach Why auYJmow It IIIIM jQl1JDraughonTra1nisglWtIO f1Yrtildiet taking cAtALoI DrUVbtiRM6S1 4aslivifla ot ssoc- a3YMA1LwreJ 6 t IiA DRAUG ON SPRACTI GAL BUIIINE Wa JPfCt Pr e r1l Iif s 4 whFt AthrpTT ap L T RaIM ML UWEWCBATH I iYstr i 46IiIp FtKclMM BUI An Economic Hun IjGiiy dir idCIWM 1t Def tMkJ aa a vinwmaJaItM K Im J rrnall WaaIugtoL D a Ipca1SenaL CJ tf CamO tf thecpeeckJtirchase Bill that Iiai attracted a It4 unTisual amount of attention Senator f tm lcn Ia opposed to taxing the peo Til or Kentucky 140000000 until the r Lao been heard and defined his pOll tlMi on this Important legislation In 1111speech before the United States Sfiute February 4 1916 as fonowsI Mr Camden Mr President I would lUce to tate my reasons for votlng to reQEflL24kblLll 1r consider It undi gMted half haaid and full of fallacies cfi thijTougbay undemocratic In prky clple and tkeor Object aovtrnment Ownership To my ffllni there are several serll ikatath enactment into Wa bur almost any one o tI1rGt would be auflclent In Itself to ae to cast my vote against It 3ewed from the standpoint of time honored Democratic doctrine and prlnr clple It Is most alarming objectlona tile and dangerous I feel that I do tnot exaggerate when I say thatttheJ fnn11IamentallT I VofpassagetDemocratic Patyvwllljlpe Irrevocably conujltted tO the eoJ1of a patern tOr19 Gt ov4rnainj which tr55ted ui4aa tate freelyI h9Jj the ewte7l8g wedge for rne toBtMlriqf other forms tr4Jaadl4uatrJesl Personally ofI if m far from convinced that the traUc Party of this NaUon Is prepared or thIs great leap Into the dark tI do not feel that this country ih AndI be committed td this new and radical policy without having it thoroughly mbglItJ M hay their seal of approval or rat leastt their Indorsement of the un derUktag before they are Irrevocably rcoHji 4ltte to this doubtful mental ownership and goyerra merchant marine fa President Wilson In his message to Itherml11tgfboth Houses and which passed the 3enae by a vote of 50 to 7 and the aiouser by a yoteof 284 to 14 said AItdie people of this country have made tip their minds to limit Ute num 4 t ben of Immigrants by arbitrary tests UtheJf gen tQnI t Ame rjcans that have gone befcirethurn Jt Is their right to do sol lam their servant and have iiao Ilcen66t5 V stand in their way But Gscec1iqly submjfilhat no one can itiQUote their mandate to that effect has any political party ever avowed i policy oLfreBtrictlonvIn this fund- a a ayental matter gone to the country o haSfits JeglalatloD r Does this bill rest vponlhe cdnsolous and universal as 7 i8ent and desire of the American peoo jjile JdoubUt It Is because I doubt vsii that I make bold to dissent from It 1am willing to abide by the verdictt vbut not uitllflt has been rendered Let the platforms of parties speak out cpon this policy and the people pro j nounce their wfth The matter Is too fuadawtal to be settled otherwisev Tbteterse and fAcile language bf tbe President expresses my views of the fihipplng bill so much clearer and inoreemphatlc than I could that I take pleasure in adopting and applying It USwduldseratlimB of Aniericani that have gone Before what rev9rsal of policy do we comJnits the people unheard consequently without an opportunity 4o make up I onnundertaklngthe business world must stand aghast t Has any political party ever avowed 4 policy on thlflundamental matter one fl jhe country onit and been legsatJondefelreiqf maketoldto abide by Ufeverdict butnotuntll LtILrmspf parties speak put upon this policy and the people pronoun theirJ fundlmentalhI any en lJkri iy a1MtPresldent I am willing to 1 enraedl v the wish of the people WfienexpreEBCd ton this great Junda mendl 4ttest9n4aad even surrender toHa oPu1 e KaJbiUr my clear p j SwivIcUon bit Kara1 not willing to jfrrremder that conviction and i Bse of duty until the people ha aye stf0ken For these reasons I partlcl atM In none of the ic called confer vl Me i afterwards denomlnated cov Jij6fr by which It was sought 10 bind v4 lMaocratIc Senators support this ftjiljijrVcii Is lor iesen e a partyp ta- tXsTmQur ii l 4e2 flsnothng Inth platfpr ut 5ancet0t the Deafocratic Party that la nny way commits Democratic Sena fg to liz support or even counte pes this proposed measure but on i7 contrary as I read the merchanti4 a ariae Wank pfi4Demoauc plat form 11 1912 It clearly condemns euch 2 contemplated2Ht t LW1IeI Jnfoftening 11 sty gi tttioMi lllati af commerce the ica sa awhiilt marine which M4iMj4ieieaad strengthen the comfr JlJe rdh1fti1Lwhicbind ua to out sis W f VVtoi rihev South but with eat tIIIIiiIiijtlJt1naJ bUrden upon J iLsM without bounties o L l1IhrM tatMPaJU Treal11rr 1 ititkpurpoeesoit it w R do4sodAttMp to be lJrW wIbjptSoc a claratlo tc 71wto1M ctYtJtUcni18 oLLfor Qnf Gevenueem Eloqes Into tie bHlnesr JiIji i Muiy create lad n c iPtI A J11 umr0 It Uii oiaflagan vlolanon or tne t claratlon because in do 1fis J1Pt regulation but operaandaid besides It Is manifestly grepoalngthe tionpeoplmansdisardoust time of great public stress tryend havrpi ple T4lsiIi no time for doubtful 1 1s ventures or experiments In f dlftiualg idfea by exper1eniare cauilousj jvhy should the Government be 1aIIotherwisestltuents Interests or to our oaths of office if we commit the Government toi a business venture so fundamentally unsound and unwise In which we as izid atividualsced In advance as every business n must be that It will necessarily be ieatry has tried Government shi 4ropson Ther realize that t places conduct of Its foreign bust ness In the realms of lnternatonlaf 1fai rs and complications Thero1 nothng In the experience of those countries which have tried or are trY lug government ownership of railroads or other public utilities that would ommend It to us as a success The wasteful and unbusinesslike manner iin which the Government conducts its aff soairssufficient to discourage and to con tdemn such an experiment especially at a time when our revenues lyxve decreased to such an extent Awing to the foreign war and the shrinkage in jImports If I could under ordinary or rormall conditions of our country existence give my consent to try this mo busttan d policy I wouWcertainly feel Ita reckless tempting of fate if I agreed to an experiment in the world crisis ih doatPeace Sentiment its Popular Hold on the People and Daniel of World 1Probablr Complications the one sentiment more than any other act of this administra tlon that has gained the confidence and affection of the American Peopl feeJlingserious objections of Government own lJPjeopardIzeof anthisi3oubtful commercial advantages I feel that if this Government engages now In the ocean carrying trade It is a kncertainmind we will inevitably be ent n i dln the world conflict row raging E tiouringri anghtnations consigned from due neutrall fiprt to another but we confined that search only to merchant vessels of 8 her nations and not to naval vessels i bllhtimes of congested trade but so de signed in ordinary conditions to be used as auxiliaries in the Nary would those be naval ships or not What w aaouldmarine owned and operated by th U Ornitedstands now according to international law merchant dhlps undor convoy a neutral warship are exempted from vi thsitpeople think It advantageous for our overnment to go into trade at this time and forfeit the advantages now enjoyed by fts naval vessel 1 At present bellgerents claim the right to search all vessels carrying the United States flag if contraband suspected The American people are willing to submit to seizure oinedbyclsion of international courts but c thouldp tharentUnited States Government in the form of one of Its vessels It is not only jz n unneutral act but practically a d a claration of War for any Government to furnish a bellgerent with supplies C ranfrom that position in the eyes of the warring nations If It embarks on the c isarryingbill does not unde1take to embark the nited States Government In Its soy t erelgn capacity in the purchase con struetJonand operation of vessels in o tceanI do not understand the English Ian guage The analytical minds of dlstin gulshed lawyers may be able to split jhalrs or dissociate the Government from this undertaking by reason of the formation of the artificial called a corporation but I personI As far as the purchase or construction of the vessels is concerned sectloi 3 oft the bill provides r That the United States through shipping board and with the approval of the President istauthorized to pur chase or construct vessels suitable in Uthajadgmentf corporationlththemvsuch corporation tit0tvided that the United States p hall either purchase or construct suitable vessels for this corporation andvtere is wh re ourGav ernment W2uld kea 1 1j ciarie of wreversiagfspolicyofatictto entanglemefitand parUctptpr cchasesomp5 tl of the bellgerent powers It vesselIst are to be purchased It must necessari rthoscWijlchcommerc because lnternedat the out break of hostilities All oUier Vessels bebboughti U pOflthlehiaL rAi4kto vl fwith alarmorfeelj1Lt 1jJir f lie rtpplngboardpurclases thjtheover id thisl corpOraUonincchich Lit must own Bl pehfc flfof the ltand In fact wHJ otPnja hufldred Pr t9takecussion of tjiis bllf amRbeiyosBlbUKx of Its complications by learned v Isrwyera on either side of this Cham er1nd the opinion ot eminent lawyers representing the Government holding as they do so many divergent views on the right to purchase essels of bellgerents and the presumption prevailing when they were purchS before the outbreak of hostilities and after the outbreak of hostilities and whether or not they were purchased Ir good faith whether the good faith of the vendpr pr the purchaser is prevail and whether a controversy t rising between nations over such pur chas Is to bO determined by the rules ndtaWJ of the captor country orv t YJnndon W Hromi has net been raunetf ana u cOp ted Js to prevail I say If these gentlemen so eminent learned In their profession diM e about these International ques s experience teaches us what we y expect because when lawyers priagreewill l then not be e court of this cOwl but of the captor country that wilt e jJurisdiction then J for one be cor whecern theposslbllltle8 of serious com pli pricaionstake all of these chances and ssume of these risks lraught with so much concern to the people of this country Because we are told that here Is a scarcity of vessels engaged In the ocean trade and the freight es are high arid It Is believed that The se conditions may be remedled jin tht gusory and do not believe for a moment that the suggested plan will ve efficacious but granting that It twilll are we Justified in taking such a hazardous step for a mere commercial jidvantage Mr President gyery day brings forth new angles a stronger and Hearen light with which to view this momentous question New situations are revealed The morning papers of tftls cbqntry are all quoting an edi torial item the London Dally News of February 3 lheaded President WIl ns problem At first there was great hostility In theraverage British mind against this shipping bill This editorial was written for the purpose of disabusing that Idek for what rea son is here revealed I quote the last paragraph of the article We do not here discuss the bear- Ings of this matter on our interests t there is one point we ought not to overlook and that Is that the sub marine has become In this war a serl ous peril to our food supplies It will minate our position unless discovers an effective weapon scIenceI fense Should It threaten our shipping with destruction and ourselves with unlmIportantits own can send its ships into our ports unmolested and unafraId Democratic Senators r solemnly warn you that itis madness to push this bill to embark our Governmenl upon this perilous and uncharted busi ness sea Does not Britain well know that if one of this countrys boats should be sunk by a floating mineli accidental waywhi might say then we would not only be feeding Britain but we would find ourselves fighting for her which she well ows We have seen how treaties are regar4ed by nations that are fight Ing for their existence All interna nal law and precedents are upset d made chaotic by this holocaust now raging Any of the belligerents who felt that their adversaries were securing a genuine advantage and their success in the war injured or Jeo pardized by the entrance of this GOT eminent into the carrying trade might regard whatever understanding they may havehad with us as did the Germans the Belgian treaty merely a scrap of paper They would brush ide as trivial this legal fiction of a corporation set up by the lawyers this Government Emergency Measure The promoters pf this bill tell us at it is an emergency measure de ilgnedi mainly If nqt solely to relieve Ute congested condition ot oveitta traffic at the present time but they studiously avoid fixing a definite time for disposing of these purchased ships and of getUng out of business How then Is this emergency proposed to be met Either Interned boats owned by belligerents must be purchased with all the attendant coin plications or1 they must be built cause all other vessels are carrying eir full capacity and to purchase ose already engaged In service would In nowise benefitor remedycon ditlons If it is not the policy of the Government under this bill to purchase these interned vessels of the combatantsand if it be true that th are so excessively high the n pecessanilytheseJs now engaged in the traffic must be reaping harvests so rich that none of them would care to sell at a fair valuation if the Government sought to purchase The only course then lictothat it would require at least 16 months for theshlpbuilders to fill the order The 40000000 to be invested under this plan would give our Government a merchant marine of about 80 ships ready fur senIce say in about one year and a half Under normal conchIions on UI average of about days for a ship to lie loaded at the horne port taake the orelgnlturn voyage to unload to be reloaded and ready for another voyage qno vt s jgei thus making about six tripsa year nder present congested conditions however the number of trips would p 4robablywere available now Then If he purpose of the Gvernment is tually to relieve this immediate con gested business condition Is this no a pttabie and viewed solely from a practical standpoint a futile eff t Anyemergqncy whichnray now txst ill have passed long oeforc this bill c t ithjmteit Economically Unsound As a business proposition this mcas ure can not be defended It must bt c concededrln fact U is conceded ihat 5Uej4t isA fatfure and would be dppMetfi to bankruptcy hut for the Jf gbtthe Federal Treasury pehit 4s thlathat it Is freely adJi QlUeftilat private capUa can not b In ucidto iske the 49 per cent of the stock or infact1anyt partior vhlchI fl fa pttmrUe to strbscrJbe and the Ititloaotheob i If tbec4aiyernment corporation un a rlakes to purchase the vessels re i i owingtovanced so rapidly the pride paid must be correspondingly higher and doubt- lessl from 50 to 100 per cent In excess of what they could be purchased under normal tt nditions unless It Is proposed to tempt fafe and throw dls indthe warring na Lions This Governmentowned cor poratlon would then begin business by Investing Its capital ona rising mar ket in vessels at enhanced prices and be compelled to sell on a declining market iTavlng purchased these ACS I sets at exhorbltant prices when the war Is over and the law of supplyl and demand bring freight rates down to I CM croiuM WAt then ir It be con 1lJpaattQ rbt this va tire from business and turn Its vosffels nIsorarepetlt1ouce and selling price as was experl bytheWar with Ivhlc we are all familiar en many of suth vessels sold fpr less tljan 5 per ient of the purchase ce and this deficit which this Gov ernmentowned corporation will sus tain and from which the shipper and exporter alone will benefit will have to besupplled by the taxation of the bEltwewh t4irichit anything more than a subsidy Iri dls lse Am I as ja representative of the peo pie of Kentucky authorized to vote to tax my people to raise these mil lions which will only benefit the ex porters Nearly every bushel of grain and pound of cotton or farm produce Is now out of the hands of the producer and in the hands of the ex freightisside not the I qutdemonstration of the fact is brought to our notice every day that Govern nient management and operation is vastly more expensive t than private management No sensible person will for a moment contend that a corporai Hon managed by Cabinet officers with no especial adaptation or technical skill or knowledge In shipping can conduct its business in competition with apddag time study to its mastery and are familiar with every detail of the busi ness Besides Government ownership always will have more or less politics an favoritism injected which of itself will largely detract from if not Prac tlcally destroy its efficiency prIttl coisexceeds the expense under private ownership one of two conditions must necessarily result Either the freight rates must be higher than private owned and managed vessels thus do featlng the object of the bill or Car vessels must be run at a loss and tne lust is evidently cQUtomplaud This lossj will have to be supplied by the Government out of the Treasur which means ultimately outor the pockets pf the people by way pf taxation Wherein I again ask would this differ from a subsidy One essential point in thOse catcu lations seems to have been complete Iy overlooked by the framers and at tiopates of this bill who seorh to bin that ships were all that is needed t carry cargoes awl that Is terrain facilities Terminals are as ncreflar to beshipsca bonload its cargo on the bank Deep hare bors especially constructed piers and do thckinghouses must all be provided beforehand These abnormal woldTcon ll tions have congestel anti overtaxed the harbors of Europe almost beyond Imagination The war drain upoii me inidepleted the icuks of stevedores dock hands On account of these d quelaysvessels now to do the work gf 5 under normal conditions The English a Lurescarcity of labor and in Prance they have been compelled to use the Opr man prisoners to unload the ships and clear tire quays and docks It Is not clear as a business proposition how a few more Governmentowned ves els can relieve this situation or ems r g ency The Government would fir stib e compelled to purchase constructor lease more terminal facilities bE- fore It can relieve existing conditions and thus divert a large part of tl teacapital of this corporation from the purchase of ships A recent editorial in the Now York T Inimesp CItGovernment shipping or private slip jng with Government aid wizen ue n the a dhippingunloading To the facth oh this fact as given by carriers spokesmen on this side oftlip ocean may now ddeda incontestable evidence from tho other side Twentyone vessels ar rived in Liverpool last Thursday end not one of them was able to get a berth to discharge its cargocit would be idle to add to Such con gestton by providing more ships The trouble Is not one of trade butot war Some ports are closed throwing more business upon others than tliey rouid do in favorable times Manddck borers liars enlUt d and others ore earning such high wages that they are independent Commerce is not run- nIng in accustomed lines Strange boats are on unfamiliar rioutes and re quire more attention than Vnersjnin OoverQmentihOUld t b y thd 1uytr Tiiey ehouM 6rjry rot we Wo should worry only If tio go who are more aper than wise should 1111111 wnicit in THIS WOMAN WAS VERY UNHAPPYY Physically and Mentally Worn OutTells How Nervous and Crying Spells Were Ended by VinoL Monmouth 1111J was weak wornwout and nervous I had no appetite and was getting so thin and discouragedEne day I just broke When a friend came in and asked me what was the matter I told of my tooleseemedtosuggestedsI got a bottle and before it was halflgone I could cat and sleep well IISay I look ten years younger and I urn Irevery tiredout wornout VinolMrsHARRIET THere are many overworked tirela thisvicinitytissue building and vitalizing effects of t Vinol our delirious cod liver and irons willbuildthat we offer to return heir money t if it fails to benefitsVinol is delicious preparation of the ofIrona not Ise16 Not only would this bill in my Judg nient fall to relieve the situation for which Its promoters clalrir that It is designed but ifwould have a tendency paralyze personal initiative and Pre tl1efieldrlne In competition with the Govern mentowned corporation which Is px empt frOm taxation and Insurance where al losses are recouped from the 1ubTlc treasuryIInvestigation has shown that It costs 50 to 100 per cent more to build ships in this country than it does oad and that it costs about 17236 re a year to operate a ship of 3000 tons under the American than under the British flag These disabilities under which our foreign trade now la bars must be removed before one can hope to establish a merchant marine that will thrive and grow and hold Its own with that of the other nations of the world 11 President I shall vote to have this bill recommitted because I hope and believe that there is enough patriotism and statesmanship In this august bQdy to handle this vita estion In the wise and right way and t from the viewpoint of petty and partisan politics My suggestion to the Commerce Committee which will have the redrafting of this bin if reo committed is to revise Our foreign na igation laws as place our3 merchant- marine on an exact equality with the merchant marine of Great Britali France Germany Holland Italy and other countries This will not be In the form of a protection or subsidy but will peal to the best efforts of American ility which has never yet failed and thus enable American shipowners to meet the competition of the other na tions of the world and actually foster and encourage a real American merchant marine- I am opposed to giving up all of theI esent session of Congress to nsideration of this shipping bill which in my Judgment is so unwit 3tand will become so obnoxious to tl tetpeople generally when fully under stQod when we have other measures of real merit awaiting consideration and in which the masses of the people e so vitally Interested The appro- prIation bills essential to the proper running of the Government must be passed There Is the ruralcredits bill which might be discussed and passed at this session and which affects the real Interests of thousands of farmers and merchants of this country I can not see wherein this bill is in the in c rest of the farmer or the producer as is contended by some his grah and cittpn and other products have practically all been sold and ere now in the hands of the exporter who pur chased them and if this bill would nefit anyone at this time it would the exporter These enormous freight rates will not be paid by the farmer but by the purchaser across e ocean am a TarniWi and have recently sold my cattle and wheat at better prices thanl have sold them for in pars The war Is the immediate aue of these high prices the high Iif e of wheat as well as the high pike shipping Wheat Is Cod otedat 165 per bushel Would tills laci justify the Government in invest In g the public funds in vast acreage the West and raise wheat In com petition with the farmer in order to reduce the present enhanced price While this may be farfetched what concerns us most Is to determine whore Government ownership and competition with the individual is to stop Whore is the line to be drawn if we once cmbatk upon the project am opposed establishing any such precedent toMrl make plain my objections to this bill nd in a manner in keeping with the dignity of this hotly I have not im pugned1 tho motives of anyone realiz g that it is a measure regarding Ole nierits of which Senators may differ and are entitled to express their honest convictions No Senator has a monopoly of wisdom and virtue that authorizes him to criticize and cori etun another who differs with him as what is for the best Interests of thepeople of this country nor to read him out of the party because he will rot violate his clear convictions at tho b hel of a conference subse quently called a caucus in which Jio did not participate Illadvised and illtempered remarks never won a ause and I deprecate their use in this Chamber It Is rather Inconsistent for those who profess to be leaders here and to d s Itjjiejj erring with Republican Senators on this measure n President Wilson immediately calls Into conference throe Senators from that side of the Chnmbor It Is highly Inconsistent for same lenders to criticize mo becapsi- e I will not violate my clearconvlctlons and support a measure which deem undemocratic and socialistic and upon which the people Ijave not passed when the President vetoes a measure which passed the Senate by a vote of 50 to 7 because it Is opposed to his clear convictions lJ honor and ad mire him for his courage but Is It ipOHdible that n Senator lIs not entItledt to the saute privilege Must he sur render biff clear convictions on a measure vastly more important more revolutionary and upon which the people have not rendered their vcr dlrt1 The federal horticultural board has Issued u notice to all cotton mills and Keepjut especially those In the South to de stroy by burning all seed that may tbe found In bales of Imported Egyp t ian cotton These seed are likely tot contain llarvae of the pink boll worm hich is very destructive to Amerl an cotton The number of seeds oigyptiaa cotton found in a bale of Egyptian lint hal probably small and tthe presence of any need In such bales Is due to faulty tglnnlng tinning and thetoringlarvae of pink boll worm whlns been known to withstand storage rennmonths So dangerous to the cotton crop of the United States is the pink boll worm regarded that on May 28 1919 quarantine was promulgated designed to prevent the Introduction i to the United States of this worm by forbidding the importation of cotton ed from all foreign countriesmcutting two regions in Mexico Bine that date several shipments of cottqtj eed infested by this worm have been Intercepted and destroyed 7 w If MANIWajter Long One efthe BestKnown AdqiinlstersRebuke StungS rWalter Long one of the leading heavies with the Reliance and ej tic Mufial organizations believes that he Is the dlscojiere of the stingi est man In the world AtIthet beginning of the summer season munlIorkIIl the crowds at the beach were the llargest A swimmer who went out beyond the breaker line became caught in a LonGIw to assistance and after a hard struggle with the big breakers succeeded In bringing the near drown Ing man ashore whorl he was revived manrnattily dressed In his street clothes and wearing a big diamond appeared and thanked Long for saving his life Here have a goodoigar on me said the rescued Individual as he proffered toIIIand returned the nickel with the state meat Here Is your change The man whom Long rescued accepted the five cents and then beat a hasty re treat Long has nailed the dime to the wall of his dressing room as a memento of the occasion Joke on Comedian Who ever told you that you could swjm calmly Inquired Manager Thomas Persons of the Selig Jungle Zoo picking up a remark dropped by Comedian Sid Smith bQtISmith who can fall off the break water in his winter clothes and swim tto shore in an ocean storm These proved fighting words and the wager was arranged on the spot swimIthe Los Angeles river This Is a very ancient Joke with natives but many newcomers bite After the money was up the crowd adjourned to the Los Angeles river which was Just ragedltakotmoneyIvanished before the crowd co tts laughter ncludedI Too SloW With Lawn Stella Razeto leading woman of Director E J Le Saints ccmpany Is he champion lawn moweress of the Pacific film colony At least the Selfgsstar claims the title She managed to JessIthan a week but hubby found her in dayIShe found thegrass where she began had fall grown up again Military Scenes Popular George Klelnes sixpart subject 1centyhous The military aspects of the picture are heavy drawing cardsI Decidedly Pretty PhotoPlay Daylight Plying A release isapretty and well acted photoplay the third of the series following In the Moonlight and In the Firelight OSTENDS HISTORY IS BLACK Beautiful Belgian City Has Through the Centuries Been the Prize of Various Nations IThe first siege of Ostend the beau tiful Belgian city ended 310 yeirs ago on September 22 1604 when he Spaniardsover three years The honorable capitulation followed one of the most heroic defenses in the history of warfare On the deathof Charles H of Spain the French seized Ostend but in 1706 after Marlborough de feated the French at Ramilliea it was taken by the allies In 1745 il was retaken by the French but restored three years Inter In 1756 the French garrisoned the town for the Empress Maria Theresa In 1792 Qstend again fell to the ironch who evacuated it in 1793 regained iiI in 194 and defeated the English there in 1798 The citywOe under the flag of the Netherlands from 1814 to 1830 when Belgium rca gained itt independence Modern Oe tend io known as La Heine desj Plages the Queen of Beaches Jull for many years it has been the great eat seaside playgroiind of Europe a favorite icsorf for Ithe people of all nations Its magnificent hotels are among the finest in the world and the abbreviated bathing suits worn by both sexes arc the despair of PuriI bins TRACE CAUSE OF FtLLAUrm Italian Scientists Assert That bread Disease Ir Due to Drinking Water From Clay Soil Professors Alessandrini and Scala 3f Home have just published an elab jrate illustrated report of their in rcstigations into pellagra They formulate two funflamental conclu Hons 1 That pellagra is not de pendent on a maize diet and 2 that it is a disease strictly localized ind limited to areas where water is trunk which has beeh almost exclu uvely in contact with a clay soil The clay contains silici acid and in a colloidal state Experiments on monkeys rabbits guinea nigs and pelIsgrat tthem by the injection of colloidal dlicic acid and that eating maize node no difference one way or the other The professors discovered that the affects of the silicic acid could be ounteracted by subcutaneous injec lions of neutral citrate of sodium ind they cite ten cases of patients Injectionsf trier iccitratt Tii2I e ii I- liss l s I Saved Girls Life IfII want to tell you what Wonderful benefit I have re ceived from the use ot Thedfords BlackDraufih wrikMrs Sylvania Woods pf Clifton Mills Ky i lit cokilliverBtackDraughtsaved measlestheyThedfordsBlackDraught idmoreBLACKDRAUGHTjj S ness malaria chills and fever biliousness and all similar P ailments Thedfordjs BlackDraught has proved itself a safe Ifi reliable gentle and valuable remedy tt tt BlackttSeventyfiveJ1young and old For sale everywhere Price 25 cents sss sssss s The Telephone and Good Roads r roads The telephone oeshand iiiMiand witKgbod The telephoae overcomes many of the obsta cles of bad roads and makes it possible for the ffarmer and other rural residents to transact busi ness in the city and withneighbors when the roads are impassable farmers are insisting upon good IProgressive es These two agencies 61f are doing more than all otjiers toward eliminating the isolation of cou qljfl You san have a telephone in your home at Very smallcost Send a postal for out free booklet giving complete information FARMERS fclNE DEPARTMENT Cumberland TelephoneI t and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY r DIVORCEYOURSELF Ijiii IFrom Dirt Dust and Drudiery hy using s tjj k 1 t Combination Pneumatic S Retaue froa broom drum Ac tei1ing and lifting furniture and com the of duxt and germs that ale raised by the use and the fashioned camet nveeper cad be the use oEtheDuDtley Combination PaeatkiuSweeper which althoughwily operated by lodl tIirtanatime the revolnng brush pkUp lint pint favclinaS etc are made m three iaad told DuntleyFor more detailed Information writs TODAY Agents Wanted o III l IChildren Cry for Fletchers I baabeeaInunit lias been nado under lila personal supervision since ltd Infancy A110w inn one ti letislvnrnn in fhiIe All Counterfeits Imitations and 7ttstnrgoc4 ar1ti11 healthQfnfaiitt crp Jlt What is CASTOR1AjmJstltue Paregonetcontains ncltlicr Opium Morphine uoi other Ifarcotfcs substance Its age Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms auLWIdColiccures ConstlpAtlOH and3fnlulency It assimilates the Food iegulntes th Stomach and Bovcls giving healthy and natural Stefp Tire Childrens Panacea Tuo pothers Friemd y GENUINE CASTO RI A ALWAYS xBears ihe Signature of MWThe BoukjLInCOMPAKVfr Y1CtT OTA == The Louisville Daily Herd and NewsLeadei both one year folr 325 5A