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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f L I STABLlSliED ir 3 ANNO DOM NI18S3 41k TlfE NEWS LEADERr r 4iuIc1 c r r v NEW SERIESVOL XXXINo 9 1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY I95II YEA IIIIItWl7 wI a Eit 6 JjJ r t 1 SADERMULLICAN GROCERYI CO1Ifi k HARRY SHADER NEW FIRMGEORGEMULLIOAN j t Successors to Mullican Shader 1 1 lieI FreshhGleaniEifle ot STAPLE aandd fANCY1ROCEEEIF The Best Goods and always the Lowest Prices Courteous Treatment Prompt Delivery I feII endeavorII and 1 I pricesIk 7 1 fqJfir illjjfI i ujJ S L L iMcChesney Announces Pot Governor Frankfort Ky March 6HYi McChgsney formy Superin fdent of Public Insmic ibu in Kj2mucky and later Secretary w oNStaie V has entered the race Ilfor the Democratic noiniuatu n foiGoverOr his platform being in the main the advocacy of beI submission of a constitutional uarnendmtnti ufacture and sale of liquor in- KentuckyeMr McCbesney it is under stood was agreed upon as a ccardI1ateoq tbs plauk saveral- lJdaysJogl by the advocates of t Satewithprobibition I Mjr McChesney has for an urn pertsonal and piliticil frieniof Sen atorJ O W Beckham and the t friends of Mr McChesney ty that Senator Btckbam who is IJI now in Florida will take the stump fjfMr McChesney upon 2 bisreturn st nhis annour cement Mr Me- ChWfcey Bays thai Ir nominated and ejected be wilt urge Stater rwi prohibition but wit favor giving men engaged in the liquor business a reasonable lima tu get ouof business The entrance of Mr McChes ney into the Governors raci uptc on this pattonn WitS rumored in Ijoulsvllle Friday together with ll the fact that Mr McChesney would probably have the supp rttofacgnsiderab1sprtionof th- WLBekham i wing oftne party The other announced andi v dates for the Democratic noiuP J haare Mr E oJ McDermott Mr J W New niTi Mr Henry josworth Mr i Ji H H Cherry and Mr A 01 mrThe nomination for Governort t will be made atLheatoprimarfin August ornearly month TIi freely predicted an elimination ofcandidates will come and tleI r2 race wMleveniUdlly narrow dot n to two m nM McOhesneyalj- au l por ers se to havenodoubt that he will be i lie of the Uo contenders but the bistinform ed observers think it may be several Wf eks before it wilt be kron which offthe other candidates will le contender against r Mr McCbesnar t Thafahard fight Inside the Mirty s looming up is dirpned l by njnev The McChes ey men claim that the Stalewide prohi bitionl issue is a winning car itl candijdalei ftheJf tonhat m asm e and secure the aupport of all opposed to Slate wide pn hibition as well is ciapy tape nce mn who thjnk thec county unit bIJILit1this time f ii I have for sale thorough br 75IIi cant each Will also jtukeyr drs for enlarged pictures gu r i antee stifction or no pay Mrs I j uoGIfItt 8 y 2 it A r1 r c 7iw i COUNTY J r Marion Notes fFrom Enterprise William Eyeretl Parrotr age 23 years son of Steve Parrott and Miss Mary Gtberin Farmer age 20 yes daugjiterbf Joseph Farmer were married in this city llast Thursday George V Sko gs a farmer of Laru c ohty pnd Mis Mair gie Beard of Taylor county were nited in marriage in this ciy Wednesday Mr kaggsis J5 years old and has previously been married and divorced The bride iis 32 years of ago anda daughter of Frank Bar In the Circuit Court in Louis viUpinst tstiturday Stella M D rye was granted a divorce from Paul B Drye on the grounds of cruelty and abandonment She was awarded alimony in the sum of 35 per month According to marIrEd1913 and lived together until March 2 1014 Iloldl about the bauds and arms a few daysj ago whie cleaning a pair ofgpvs wih gasoline In soma manner thfi Kasoiitieignttid and before the flnnes could be smothered her hands and arms had b1 fen painfully bDJnedAi hymc an was called and dresH d the Injuries andohe lSnow get ng alobgas well as could be ex pected Charles Rjfelarmon the well known fdroier has lost three- eadaf horses within the pas jtvo or three weeks death iii- nstancelicing each f attributedby the Veterinariao in attendance to The disease is said to be caused by bad fodder grass or bad corn and or it there issaid to he nocur he horses were valued at 500 Other farmers hive alt o lost stock from the same disease LOUllis Dilly the yOung son of- W 0 Dily a division official off imett L N Rail read Company met with an accident Monday afternoon which it was tndnglt fr a while would resu t in the lloss of the tight of his rght eyI HoWever tthe physician who gave attention to theinjiirv now t inks the accident will not 1e1 suit seriouslY Young Diilyuudj several of his companions while eturning from school Monday afternoon ph yfullvenirHftdd in a cob tight at hohome of one o f th fi bojsou West Main street flouring the battle one of the cbIs struck Curtis in the eye inflicting nugly wound He receivejJi prompt medical attention and yesterday was getting along QSI well as could be expected 7 VVBig Frost for May 28I The fo11oviwas yaa shdrt time ago written upon a postcard fiora Denver Look out and be prepared for a killingrl frostcntBmprningof May 23 I91 Theoldsayiniis u mI Pcmnter hrii frost in May this I noticed once 18931ast otherwise 1915wili be a year fur bumper crops as t was for 1914 for the United States Mentioned for Congress Since his formal declination I GOjernorbiing noruted around thi t1 Attorney General James Garnett was mentioned for Congresse last year but at that time he had the gubernatorial bug and gave iit scant consideration Louisville Times It 1BeforB you sowing theI the kind of Tobacco seed that rings the Top Price tire tobaccoo that was grown from my Pure White Burley seed has topped the market almost every time it has been sold this year Remember f withI3l to plant your own crop If want seed that you will bo ouIII ed witlt our crop com in andj et a package PIkE 1 00 B D LAKE Frolicsome Jurors Fired A ripple of excitement was created at Tunica Miss the other day when Judge Alcorn discharged the jury which was sitting on a negro murder case The jury was out for an airing when one of the jnrors chal lenged the attorney to a game off leap frog HQ accepted and the contest began Other jurors joined in Ab ut this time the judgeappeared the scOne nd culled Hum into court The Attorney and one juror wi rc tiuecTsiO aehrloebailiff wns fined 25 and ail otlmr jurors 5 isJChad ItJrge ofir good roads even under normal conditions hut there aro urgent reasons why we should have them this Lear when condition ate ex1pouted to far surpaso even Iigrt at prompt crops which iiarvesliag the theI demanding o America this year Maysville Bulletin Annual Easter Sale i JsbyipriunJdressed liens and hums etc Saturday April 3 at the Court House i1A C Kinjball has ftr sale srJ gOjd jjecondrhaud tine horse wagon i iI The Tobacco Growers The announced purposes an id disposition of thalVibiCiO Grow ers ASM cation at its organiza tion meeting at Lexington jusil 10ImoregenIjpredecessor The most gratify iing feature of tne meeting a Tuesday was the pointed depart ure from any programme a tcoercion either upou tlw unallied grower ir bq ere Instead tHhe founders declarations are toi Ibe accepted the unallteJ grower j is to be let aone and the manu ffaclnrer is to be invited to coop elate for mutual benefit 1his is the only solid and enduring haMS for such an organization The assurance of thorough going cooperation already rcf tceived fo n the three largesttie tobacco manufacturers in the country contributes to the beI liefl that at least some of problems of the grover are tbeI tbe way to soluton Friendly and mutt aly benebcial relations between the association and thej larger buyers will remove the occasion for any heroic treatm n t of thegrowe who perfersror- lone reason or another o rem tinIII out lbs organization II cannot be made too plainf that although tliH body is being l organized by Barley grower privilege of mfcrnberihip is px tdnd d to all grower in tile Slat If the activiiieb of the association are intelligehtly directed along the lines and in the spirit indica ted in tjie organization meeting n genuine need will be met and met in a fashion exempt from merited criticism Courier Jour iial Only 18 Counties Fail To AsK State Aid For Roads Fraukfort IKy Marh 4 Only five counties outside a gruup in the mountains have failed to ask for aiaie aid outldtng r1 ads this year This was the lust day upon which under the act 6it 1914 levy ing a road tax of 5 cents Fiscal Courts could apply fori their proportion of ilim Stite fund and three notified Com missioner of Roads R C Terrell today that thy dsircd tj comItj rn making a total of 102 out ofr 120coiintiis partict ating in tIe- distrihutiiui this year Heiderson and Crittenden cou stieS are the only two in Western Kentucky which did not apply Benderson has tQ spend 10000 in a tuberculosis fana torium and is short of funds Co 1915 No other nor hern coun ties in the State neglected to apI py and onlythree Green Met cJf and Cumberland in the Southern part are left int Thirteen mountain counties a in It group failed to npply Tliy lire Powell Wolfe Perry Floyd Owsley Breathitt Viol a P rry F oyd Magoflih Morgan Knot aud Pike lmORGATtf FOR FXLE By the iadmes of the church Apply to Mrs A R hu Liz tAte W H Leaclrcan 1 Hogwallow News mumphsIHP is doing nicely though ihis whiskers are too small and dont like his face Miss Fiutie Be cher is making7 her plaid dre s with the stiipe running in the direction of Bound 1jicg Billows IiThe Dug Hill preacher had to repeat a portion of his sermon llast Sunday oi arcouni bf 1oI Moseley gelimg ill lle-f JidiiDj Hego a1r arab bit over oa Musket Rid e ran yesterdny Co was in a onsid able hurry as he u ants to ca c it before tbe gatre season cLse itTheJ pot do any dam g to bridgc by becoming overflowed they floated off belorethe high watcr reached them The widow of the Calf Ribs neighborhood was in our midst Illast week She said she came over to buy a dish pan but at e inspected Dock Hocks more than the tin ware If a person acts honestly and honorably in all his daily transac lions there 16 no reason why heI should not live to a respectable old age provided he does not sUrve says Raz barlow The Hog Ford plea berre quests that nil who1 attefid ser vices at his church whether mt m hers or just ordinary citizens must hereafter refrain from read Bjing he Congressional Record while ha preaching The blacksmith is td yertiaing a sale on all good luck hurst shoes Yam SIns bought whole set of them Saturday andi on tuuday called on the Widow iin the Caif Rib neighbo hood The blacusmith does not guar 01 tee results A fellow at Bounding Billows tb i other day asked Raz Brlow this question If he was a ham burger sausage and wa aiout lo be sold how would he e rtitLierti servtd ray or cooked led a while mind decided he wou d ifIi would not hurt so bad if energy tnd perserverence has anything to do with success1 we belie ye Miss Hotsrtter HodI will some dy become a gnat singer bhe singh both with aud- witnout t anyone listening to her and wheu accompaned by of tier rvOIces she sings fast and get through and comes back and helps them over time roufhpliu s Dep1hYIConstable arrested a wan wear ing blue pants on a chrge of having stolen a calf from a man near Billows fjfo the man bad been In jail long t jailer got into a conversation with him andfinding him to be a second cousin of his wile ho was turned lio e on habaes corpus proceed ugj Common Sense t LoDgfellow could taken worth less piece ctpaper mini write a poem on it and make it worth 05000 tbaia genius There are some men who could write a Ifbw words on a piece of pap 5 J and make it wcrtlf 8000C0oIihais capital can ake an ounce and a quarter f bd allHIl make it worth 20 CilntakemaceIiifc intim w tch springs worth hats skill There iitman in Chicago wl o can take a fTteent piece OCIuvaspain Ia picture on it anj make it Iwo tb 1000 hats art A worthE75 cenls pnd sell iil forMthats busines A w man could pU prtyfeolrhii hness A ditch diifger handles several tons tf earth for 50naday thats labor The utherI of thia can w rite ncheck fairth 9OCO000 but it wouldnt bIworth a dime thats roughS There are people who will tell you that other papers are iscpoad as ihi3Jtlats n rve Take S1imnd get a years subscVij ton t Hfo the NesvsLcadertbats couor mon sense Commissioners Sale IIn obedienee to a decree of the Wash ington Circuit Court rendered at the February Term 1916 iin the case of H A Mattingly plaintiff vs Taylor c Masters Co defendents I will on THURSDAY MARCH 11l9t5at about the hour of 2 oclock P M at the residence on the premises bell at pubic auction the farm of which Taylor Masters resided known as the Chas Cambron Farm This farm is situated about 21 miles East of Springfield be tween the Mackville and Perryville tarnpikes on Pleasant Run and con tains 128 acres S rods and 14 pqles This is one of thee most fertiel grain aand tobacco farms in Washington County and has on it a comfortable dwelling stock and tobacco barn and all other necessary outbuildings The amount necessary to be made by the sale is 15825 Terms of Sale The land will be 9151I onjS credit of one andtwo years The topurchaserbonds for the purchase price payable tojthe nndenigtied commissioner for the benefitolf the parties in interest c with gone security bearing interest from the date of sale with a lien retained on said land with furthersecurity- for the payment of the pdrchasc prEceA and the bond to have the force Ffeetj ICF BOSLEY M c w CCW Sub District Trustees T r Attention w The census blanks are allin ithe offldefc Please caUov send fr same before 1st dav of Apvil Every blank miis1 be filled NoT transfers from other districts will be made after ihe 1st of April The yellow fad may be dQne with pencil The other T 1eI c pted done with pcncl I lhopeT c t every trustee will havean accurate census JDo your bestto make it sd Respectfully ELLA D SIIAUNTij eoupt of Scboot- a titCASTORIA tit t Tor Infants and Children kI jftjJKf You HaviAlwIJs Boupt the U Smallpox Kolice Urci r hi Lit Li y of vh flalthj Laws of let itJirr IheiEfcard- offcJurith d vyil i gtoll county IKy u Utr CPv Council ofr orderIIIHtothtr fJ 10 s jvJn thec re c US dOl CI pip any child or cI i d en r vIc may bee in their ewpl yalIi iminor o milo Sand Esldingin the city of SpringtiilJ and the SpHng1 field Gradtd tscl oof Distlict and Spriutfiiild t ol red School shall have the simo vaccinated if not Vccinit d aleady within tb th toi days It is ASJ jordpr ell bl abovetJoard mind Counc- at n ptpTfUGraded School Pistrict or colored clato fl strict shall enter school ufler March 22 1915 whnout a rtificjttj sInned by a reguar ipraciicihg physicisu and preeni edlotfc principal said sctu ol showing that said pupil has been succeasfullyvaccinalsd It is also ordered tl tallI th iratr s and picture shows b g closed atrnreand until fr41er notice ibisi ordered that all pool ro ma and Howling Alleys be cscd at 0 p m of each day n remained closeJ until 6a m he following dy M W O ATT Seci eaiy Board of fiealtb jJ C McELRbV Mayor LittIeBirthdayParty t 1 Was gJvep to BeiriceM Y Vatch in honor of hoc twelfth brthduy at her home on East Main street March second niDeI een hundred and fifteen from 3 5 p m Covers ve e laid for 20puests Tli6 following pofln was written for the oc IIa1oage 11 years ADlR1HDAY WISH his Is my best friends birthday nd a joyful time it must be or the pleasure of others not self She has called us all to tea nd here we are so happy ith dresses stiffed with starch o celebrate her twelfth dirthdry On the second day o Jdarch Our little friend Beatrice May Will qntertalri us this bepuUful day With mother toguard over us And hostess in white To make a very fine birthday AH the way a round will be the best little party hat ever came to town So entertainments 1Bnthan when the sun arose wW coasidering the pur hasflg of a Steam Uroker and icannet for summer cooking Bemember that next to a reliable Itnrfjsihe guaranteeoIiit repre WfniaAtte liolfin position to tell ydu it use arid tto prot Cfryou Mrs RobtMadI s L2 MrSaut 2dCLcCr 1l1as10 4saIen1OOl c 15rgaLO08oo1Firl00 also5Q Jrnmyar1 f bab9Jucl 1 9 achnt t atcjijOf Maici N TurIci- pg C0pri ting ol 12 1 te 44ND Wll Cb- TJ1 Jr ttONBflO I 0 MARCHII Clt fqjigy- moruing t Presbyterian Boundjing 41idL SeaVilli MrEdgar Sea at pnledcourt i a Harroosbtirgj Monday Thomas BowdasfnLsw ran t burg Tuesday fWilliim Birnett and family were visiting friends af Willis bdaSurJry and Sindy VMlssJ nnie B Goo ltetl wio has been visIing her n fca Mlbs Nettie Monrba at Talmagd has returned home Miss SaraiD rnelf is y istrg friends iipT ablow v Miss Bertha Cornish Who 1 les been visiting her sjaWrMrs K N Good et has returned homo IlQuit Y ti a1 tended County Courb in HH rodsburgMorrd 7 Mi8 bueaJid LrzZ Gralimilu ae attendinschoo1stiBowlfg Gre tm At tire stiofStffordScro ham deceased wbcluwa he athls raaidailja oi Fdb 2 many articles were sk11snni j1 them were 81 pounds ot hoai f 62 years old iSJft pjaadsof tlvsoap that was maql by Kalej Sline 62 years ago While Mr Kcroghara Was n T pensioner and drew from the f Gove nmeni SSTOOjJienevei l us ed a oollHVof his deposits The intereifci jthit his accumilatedn First N tiotuil Banlcit Hrroda bUri amounted to380 at 3 per v cent The esttfe feOixntftd to I 70pO n Maqy toachers In thla section Lj of the countywill ClJr t sam school l Such a inaorat fJluexl A People who artJ iaUrcsted in w educational affairs no longer twork for friends arid rslatibns to get their school lbutask for tl1e most competent that the coattv can afford Wa ara Bare fMia Ella U SbJuotysPt fSCioos a lid ber Board of Exaoanea wilt useevery tiffortrdo put1 edj eattda upon a higherbasis 4 gUt wit1be uHM rorG the ie tgeneal Assembly forian eight months tim and btMen tpay also for coanty Suptevofi Kentucky todevots their fnilra im totihe school aod to rc veId rlof 1000 p ir a iriam Our nxtt repi eaentativewy I uitrudace and lr t1i g tt ita biLl We ertiRlr ppCitt Mis EIa ShaaniysqWQial vis t and thank her forthan rnkseV 7 things said of our school She viands la the forefrontr of e4IC a sional ranks workingtdrtmbe teijnent oLscholsIwf UMifiwiatv 1 And whgn the C4HiM wt iu t 4 sure the pepplawUl indorst ber for reelection We ijould llki rthrl Cetoay Road Englnera toyisiib ls sc uon ot thv owiaty and htv aomathing oft ae for Altjac r d We recOUfStJh 4 M imbHy miLisfc1ohW- ithal thLUih Uit ussI1dplNC 141CV r tne UrrhI1J11 pcitIzen iia tliii pEir I 1 Uit P rat NEWSLEAD J5PJHHGF1ELDKY i ood 4aLzDJURY MTOJWDAY Ji JpI PoUN v Editor and Publishers Filtered at the Springfield Ky Post i office as seceairclaet vail matter Fir nllrtMCMfssIJ r ti HON WM F KLAIR 1 J of Lexfton Fayette county an BOunces as candidate for reelection as Railroad Commissioner subject to the r action of the Democratic voters in the August primary t fir tMMMweahhs Attorney1 = 1 fWo are authorized to announce wn jo1 forCfor the Eleventh Judicial District vcubjecttotheaction of the Democratic party tthe August primary i SenitorLreauthorizedtoannounceJohni Senii ties of Taylor Marion and Washing ton subject to the action of the Democratic primary I Representative iW e are authorized to annuonce Chas Q Durham as a candidate for Jleprese 3 sentetive in the lower house of the Keatncky Legislature from Washing ton county subject to the action of th prirHJlotive in the Lower House of the Ken Washingtonfparty August pri mary t The tobacco market has clt sed weed1jQ1wbe gotten in proper shape 4Lra short time it will1 close for the season It is an easy mattEr t8M that1it has not beee satis factory to the general public this year and was said of tte f 19C6 crop can be said with eye greater tiuth of the 1914 crop tatftwpst1I3n1antstin year 1 A few good crops brought gooo prices tome was handled weli some t adly and somt iddifferen I iyj and taken on an average our crop was not handled to the bet idvintage We4 vwa nt btlti prices Iir our next crop and wi feel that it is uplo the grower t wutfei only what he can properh bil ffL r r I Another idea in regard to crops is thaliaiiy crop will some timerBefailare The corn crop of 1918 w a almost a tatal failure the one in 1914 was some better t thewteat crop of 1914 was the best we have bad in years and the faro1erwbo eidnot place all Vhs tr lilt Inbis corn crop got but of hg wheat crop whut failed in fcis corn crop The trouble with the average tobacco grower iis Hat be grows nothing else and TwberfhefaUa to receive compen sation horn his tobacco he i diSwn and out for he has not other crop on which he can fall t Jack When we Stet back to the J plan of growing different crops on the farm In and do not place t ioawhole dependence in any one ci op there will be prosperity on theifftraB Aside from this an impoitant industry has been I uffer dtQgQiptu decay and that iis the important industry of stock raising Any crop will be a failure in I some years all have never failed in the same year Notwibstan generVerallj was splendid yet WDtlt iis 5Ihigher than for many years We- I 11neCd nor cord more wheat more rss word stuck and less t tobicco Let us try it this year f there will be more leibUre mOle pturtmore floufr in thefljur bi rrelI tnd mire money in ihetii r t I Its seldirn that the town is It clear offromeine oliciiiu stock inspineforeign enterprise and while his stock is tile very best l y 1tUaVison the market atd in a i few days iit cannot be purchase d j aV in price aId yet VlIbell J tins sure return of value it is nectJsarytbtg and persuade persons to invest tber capital in T it How often have the public been duped by seme smootbe torigu d fellow and how many of Sthem hav they 4ound to their srrpw that their cunfid ace was lrr r7 t tfltSplbCCI and notwithstanding f iU this some other willbo f here in a few weeks or possiblyi 1 days atd th public will rush up tc get their gold brick and he c ifilL band them out and Vke iway witbhimai pocket lull of nqI If the mbney and ihtse t V t ri hiivie ta eJlout of IWrtiiio ton County bad beirf in T tcdl a some local enterprise itwoldIiavebeesi agoodinvejt ait t lJoc l e uean8bJe vIa4fie qutv1netbing4 tangible ibatacan be geen and ivettatbe iuveitur would k aTt Tk pib Uer off to say iaIIIO ARE ALWAYS TIRED May Find HIp in This Letter Swan Creek Mich I cannot specie too highly of your medicine When through neglect or overwork I get run appetitehave that weak languid always tired feeling I get a bot tie of LydiaE Pink hams Vegetable Compound and itbuilds me up gives- e strength and restores me to nerfect health again It is truly a great bless ing to women and I cannot speak too highly of it I take pleasure in recommending it to othersMrs ANNIE CreeJtMichigan Another Sufferer Relieved Hebron Me Before taking your remedies I was all run down dis our aged and had female weakness I took Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Com andfindmyhouiework Irytaimpresswomel I meet the benefits they cn UrsCHARLES adviceIwrite to Lydia EPlnkham Med- Icine Co confidential Lynn Mass Your letter wit be opened read and answered by a tvornhn and held in strict confidence nothing of the general public We have called attention lo this matter in these columns before ind whether it was due to our efforts or not we are glad to say that the last man hera did dot etvey much of the people hud earned savings and we propose ta oniinue to wage war againstt these fellows until they cant get enough in the county to pay their hotel bills Polin I have been absent for some Imp but will eidoaver to jot d wn a few itms that may be of iterestMr rt Oarney and sister Miss Bertha spent Saurday with Mr and Mrs Russell Har daniMr ana Mrs Char ie Trent and little Margaret spent tbe week with parents at Chaplin Mr Will Smothers his return ed to his homo inXouisville after a pleas iot visit to frunds here MisS Beula Carcey spent tie past week with her grandparents- Mr and Mrs Ed Smothers Mrs Eiza Redix age 81 died at her home near Willisburg She was the widow of Joa Redix who died several years ago To this union ten children were born Mrs Redix was the- grandmoher of seventy grand children sixty five great grand children and six greatgreat grand children HOW TO CATCH GREASE FISH Bore Hole In Water and Bait Surface With Dried Prunes Fish Swells and Cant Get Back When Fred Helskell was city editor of the Arkansas Gazette a cub reporter turned In a story that ran like this Buck Seymour was seen with a twoinch auger going down the river road this morning Wonder what Buck Is after now thecityWe dont print that kind of items In the Gazette Tell what Buck was do- Ing with tn6 auger II didnt find out the cub stam timePlainlyYou catch em by boring a hole In the water and baiting the surface with dried prunes The grease fish comes out eats the prunes and swells up so he cant get back in theholeNew York Evening Mall Merely an Oversight The party with the uncut hair had bearded the newspaper editor In hIs lair and submitted some verselets not necessarily for publication but ss stll1Icil The verse carpenter glanced at the manuscript In the editorial hands Pardon me he said I made A mis take and handed you a poem Intended for a magazine Indfonapolls Star- t0 He Came From Boston Professor Zueblln once told the lowing story Illustrate how Boston WestIonce shineI coin the IWhat exclaimed the gentreman Iwo pay only five cents In Boston1 Hloh be you from Boston came tjjeculck reply tThen consider your AcI1Qyest Jtt A G Kimbttll hus jftr salea goon ondhlstie hore Koll Ii 1IIIIa ilil IA HUSTLING YOUNG MAN 17 QIORQB ELMER Coil Es a coaw nrtl dtc1an4Kr Earle manager of tin furniture iso to1tof the PamouB department store at Rockton Yea they say bes a crackerjack Going to double tip trade In a month and ruin all bualnua rivals In the district These two townsmen casually echoed what wax constanUy current among the excited and expectant em ployes of the great mercantile establishment under general discussion The proprietor of the Famous Ira Stein was a plunger He had in periled some money and had started the biggest department store ever known In the district Already there was the Enterprise which filled the local bill very comfortably but Stein was a pusher and hoped to soon corner all the trade of the section He had done tome bold and amazing MerleIhad made a great success in the big city came back to Aockton with more expansive Ideas In his mind than everThe whole essence of your proposition Stein advised his friend la having a live wire uptodate advertis tog man We have built up this bust ness of ours on publicity novelties bargains Whtere will I get oner questioned SteinTheyre hard to get was the re ply The good ones are all grabbed for The bad ones are worse than no good We tried one ortwo in the latter class and they nearly ruined us Stein went back to Rockton with this bee in his bonnet after Instruct Ing another friend In the city to ad A iritk Hustling Young Man vertlse for the man he wanted and tc send him on as soon as he got him One day there alighted from the train a brisk bustling young man who might have suggested the circus spider or three card monte man tc the sophisticated Rural Rockton however swallowed him whole He was array edln the latest style wore a diamond big as a hazel nut walked through the town as if he soon tended to own It and entered the Famous and the presence of Mr Stein It took the newcomer who named himself Roger Lane about an hour to convince the merchant that he was the one man In the world who knew how to get all the customers and money the district tad He even flashed a card showing that at one time he had been advertising man fox the rich friend of Stein In the city That settled it for Stein who was toe hypnotized to think of finding out why this rare jewel of emclency had leftt such important employ UI must have a free hand declared LaneOh certainly certainly I leave Itt So you Stein hastened to say Expense must be no object Im going to wake up this dead town a business doctor I first want to gc over the establishment and see what kind of working timber youve got There was one man who demurred at the sky rocket schemes of the new comer when he had outlined his HEIwas a valuable employ of the house but Lane was peremptory Hed kill my good work with fcla conservative backcountry Ideas Lane told Stein so Wharton was told to go Its all right Mr Stein he said Better an understanding now than a squabble later If I am not In accord with your new business policy j would be useless to you I shall tell you however that I shall go over tc your rival the Enterprise Thats all right bobbed the chipper Lane There will be no Enter prise in a month We shall have all the business For one thing Wharton was sorry tti leap the Famous He bad been court Ing pretty Nettle Duane the store stenographer A senseless quarrel had come up he was miffed he was proud and they had exchanged only a cold loruuu lor tue imui wo weeks gotWbbusiness methods were In accord with those of the proprietor Wharton made some suggestions as to painting the store front engaging a window dresser and fairly and respectably meeting the lurid advertising methods of the Famous The Corner had spread himself He had a great twofaced clock set at the edge of the walk In front Of the store Then he sent out a band of music along the country roads to at tract the farmers He had a grand fireworks exhibition In front of the store He gave away one thousand clay pipes so the children might blow bubbles Alas for the crude ideas of rural Rockton The crowds came but nott to buy The big clock post obstruct ed the sidewalk space allowed byr ordinance and had to Be removed The bud of music xauied a runaway magesAthere was another bill to pay The pipes were put to other usesi than blowing bubbles Ambltlouii juvenile Roektoa tried urreptlUouii 1rr iwuSc1going Rockton hold up hands in nor rorThe Enterprise people smiled at this piece of news all except Wharton He had heard that Lane was paying marked attention to Nettle Daane Robbed you of your place slid your girl too a friend put it rather bluntly 1 Bay Wharton remarked thepro prietor of the Enterprise one day what do you make of this He handed Wharton a typewritten page without date or signature It IAful hint The Famous is arranging to Imayou know Is ridiculous They come from a factory where there wasa fire They were scorched and damaged and are bleached and varnished over outjofgain lat sale on real good hats and you wilt win I dont know who our anonymous correspondent may be said the merchant but Im going to explore this tip and by the next day both he and his assistant were satisfied that there was some foundation to ItrOn Monday came the big fiftynine cent bat sale There came up a rain storm Disconsolate wearers of Jap anese Panamas trailed by the Famous In drooping trim ready to mob the place Next day came the Simonpure hat sale at the Enterprise The papers sold something about shoddy goods a duped public took up the cudgel and the Comer came never again to the FamousI that Mr Lane just to find out how I could pay him oft for getting you discharged confessed ititNettle to Wharton when they were reconciled It was you who sent us that tip then questioned the happy lover and kissed her fondly when she flushed with conscious guilt Copyright by W O Chapman Simple Safety Device The hammer Is a Useful tool but Us use is not quite tree from danger to the user or from Injury to materials The flat highly polished surface Is likely to glance off the nail unless the blow Is squarely delivered and when the nail Is of cast metal Its head often flies off and Inflicts quite severe In firm says Chambers Journal had innumerable accidents from this causeand some of themen were per manently Injured Thereupon the managers tried hammer heads with scored faces as an experiment Owing to the success of the experiment the polishedface hammer has been abol ished In that firms factory except for special classes of work When the hammers face Is scored or roughened It is Very much less likely to glance off the nailhead The fact that this type of hammer has proved so conspicuously successful and safe should encourage manufacturers to put It on the market Seeds Carried by Birds The way In which feathers and other foreign matter will adhere to and accumulate around the seat of Injuries to the feet of birds is well known The most famous carols that quoted years ago by Darwin This was that of a red legged par tridge which was found to have a ball of earth measuring 7 Inches in cir cumference and weighing 6 ounces around one of its feet After soften ling the earth a number of seeds were removed therefrom and sowed No fewer than 82 plants came up repre seating at least five species This ex pertinent demonstrated one of the many ways in which birds may dis perse seeds IfUnderpeat In Philippines Rinderpest the dreaded cattle dir ease has broken out again among the Philippine herds Its principal dam age Is done among the carabao The stock cattle are now comparatively few and flourish on the remote ranges among the foothills nut the carabao are the chief reliance of ago riculture In the Islands and abound whereyer there Is cultivation of the soil or the transportation of crops The disease Is ndw reported from the most Important agricultural prov inces anti the death rate among the draft cattle Is very large IGreat Discovery That New York city within tho last few weeks have found the use of ether extremely beneficial In restoring memorIes of patients suffering probableIthat the physicians themselves real ize the wonderful possibilities of the 1field which they have opened up Since the anesthetic can work such a miracle In restoring memories It Is natural to suppose in the near future commonlpractice Wives married to stayout allnight husbands should order a bot tie immediately Then when be weeImeetIVhereIwere you they ask in soft tones tak Ing a flfm hold on the poker with one hand and a hidden bottle of ether with the other After he has laboriously described the agony df the sick friend he was sitting up with they may clap the bottle under his nose and his memory wilt return No mor will you be reluctant to lend to your acquaintances Time makes no dif terence Fifteen years later when you discover the side street the bor rower had been taking to avoid you you can just shove that handy URIc ether phial under his nostrils Yes hell simply have to remember the circumstances and refund the loan with Interest No doubt about It ether Is a great diecoverv IElectric Battleship najsteam to propel a battleship That will be the motive power on the dreadnaught California where It will be used according to a method that has been thoroughly tested and per fected on the big 19000ton collier Ju piter where H has proved most sue cessful The advantages qre many As the speed of a vessel run by elec tricity can be instantly changed the dangerous racfng of the propellers In heavy seas call be prevented Then an electricpower plant occupies far less space and weighs less than ma rine engines that produce an equal amount of energy Finally the cost of maintenance and repairs Is much less and there Is a great saving la coal The now dreadnought will prob ablylavtf two plants If one gets out 11l 111 IIla 1111111 JI i- i = r iliW ijili IiliwWiiIIWWi 5 I C aslojIHI I FHRMER S HOUSE II1- The ilI rf a i Farmers Warehouse is well lighted well equipped and every department is in charge of experienced men We have our owil iindividual auc tioneersMr C H Richmond who is one of the finest auctioneers in the OS South anda very competent judge of Burley tobacco MrcJ F Bishop v well known to the tobacco growers of this aiid adjoining counties is on tleff f floor and will see to it that any tobacco sold at our house brings its fulll f V g worth S t- I A IIIBrthg Your Tobacco to the Farmerss How t tt f Ilcu BOBLITT Gen Manager1 l Oft fo t tt tHOf I t t I tt ff m Mit m r HARD TO CUTE Orchid Long a Puzzle to Horti culturists Beautiful But Strange Flower Re quires Expert Handling and aiKnowledge Surroundings in Which It Is Grown Probably there Is no flower In the whole plant world which Is admired more and understood less today thanI the orchid the development and cult vation of which are discussed by J Constantln In a paper ot the Smithso nian annual report upon entering a House filled with orchids one Is literally amazed by the bizarre display the brilliance of color and the pecu liar forms of leaves petals and roots The number of known species greater than that of any of the related families even not excepting the grasses totaling 6000 species includ ed in 400 genera This great number is no doubt due very largely to the diligent search which has been made for these plants on account of their beauty and very great popularity They have otherwise very little economic value excepting a few members such as the vanilla plant Some of tho orchids arc terrestrial that Is they grow with their roots In the ground The great majority however including most tropical spe cles are epiphytes air plants which grow on trees and shrubs but receive np nourishment from them This peculiarity was chiefly respon sible for the difficulty which was perienced In successfully growing many species upon their Introduction Into Europe from Asia and Malaysia In the eighteenth century For most epiphytes the scheme was devised of fastening the roots to a piece of wood together with a little moss or absorbent peaty substance by means of copper wire Plants thus prepared were hung In very warm greenhouses and kept constantly moist by frequent drenching It was supposed that tropical plants required an Invariably hot humid atmosphere and It was not foreseen that mountain species of tropical regions could be treated essentially like tropical plants that are accustomed to elevated tem are in fact many orchids and some of these very beautiful which grow in the neighborhood of snow The error of associating plants from widely different surround ings was finally recognized and eventually more rational methods or cultivation developed leading to the usual separation of orchids in three kinds of greenhouses according to temperatures maintained in them hot houses temperate houses and cold houses Many of the finest orchids are found In the last Some artificially produced hybrids are extremely beautiful as well as po cullar and the difficulty of their pro- dUction Is such that they command ex traordlnary prices as high as 1500 having been paid In a single Instance Once created these hybrids may be propagated indefinitely by dividing the root stock as it growsI HAS WINGS LIKE A BIRD Inventors New Idea II Machine That Is a Combination of and AeroplaneDirigibleI This airship is a combination ot dirigible and aeroplane and Is pro pelled and partially supported by the movement ol the swinging wings at IINewthe center of the craft The end planes are fixed rigidly to the frame which also supports the cockpit The swinging wings are hinged to the frame of the cockpit and are swung vertically like wings by the engine I Hinged sections in the wings open on the upward stroke and close on the downward stroke This combined with the shape of the wings gives both a lifting and propelling effect Popular Mechanics Independent Women Mrs Havelock Ellis was the first person to come out with the public statement that the happiness ot wom InIdependencefr nf suffratro aw in wrrl p alJ women iresiaii ian nail oaiu same thing In a newspaper uIHe believes that every girl should beI trained In some occupation which If followed would make her Independ ent of marriage as a meant of support Nothing New Subbubs arriving home Well dear anything new happened today Mrs Subbubs The cooks gone SubbubsI asked you if there was anything new happened BAD PUCE FOR A CRIMINAL Governor Stone Discovers One Inmate of Penitentiary Who Is Willing to Admit Guilt Senator Stone while in the execu live office of Missouri one day visited the state penitentiary at efffrson After his fashion he went among the prisoners and talked to them freely seeking to find out the causes andI conditions of the crimes that sent them there During a whole day Governor Stone found not a single man who tailed to declare that he was in nocent of the crime with which he was charged that perjured testimony had sent him there or that a prejudiced Jury had returned an unjust verdict and that he was and always had been an honest man Finally about sunset the governor found a single man who on being in terrogated promptly declared r I stole a horse because I wanted to ride to Kansas and I was caught and convicted and have n lhlng to say about the verdict Well said Senator StoneI will see about your discharge tomorrCwII cannot willingly consent a confessed criminal like you are remain In this penitentiary where you mnyI corrupt the morals of so many hon est men An Aid to Dignity II didnt realize until this dancing craze swept over the country and togenarians began to hop about onI ballroom floors that rheumatism and the gout are blessings In disguise What do you mean Those two complaints have pro vented a great many old ladles and gentlemen from making themselyes ridiculous by trying to dance the tango and the latest trots Disgraced havent seen Hammaddhaw for a week No he hasnt been out of the house since his accidentIWas be serlouly Injured No but he feels the disgrace deeply Disgrace Yesf after living In the heart of the city all his life he went to the country one day last week and was run over by a milk HE t fagonI l TommYSay pa what Is circum stantial evidence His Father Its generally the theory of an expert which is proved to be entirely wrong when the truth comes out Happiness znd Hunger So yriur daughter married that handsome young poet who stopped with you lat summer eh Farmer of IYasI Wall I dunno Mandys got a powerful appetiteJudgeThe Do It First HusbamlJones how would you get rid of a wife Jones Tell her that no clothes look stylish on her and then If she doesnt get a divorce shell dissolve in tears Usually Out The Gadsons seem well suited to each other They are always on the go Thats it Home with them Is merely a starting point The Human Differentiate It Is so agferavatlngthat Jack and I have so many disagreements 4Yes he doesnt deem to Under stand that you will have your own way 1 cr I wholesomeness you Demand the genuine bj full n1Jtnicknames encourage cubstitutlon THE COCACOIA ATLANTA TheirKInd d You can always trust a piano man ufacturer Why Because his products are both square and upright Easily Penetrated Freddie was in no danger in that Joke shooting The Jokers used only wax bullets But suppose one had struck Fred die in the bead Stingy Is old Doxey as stingy aa they say he is Is That AIIT How long did it take you to leara to run a motor cart Qh three or four Three or four weeks rNo motor cart = Wrat the Housekeeper Thought Few wellknown people have done more for the cause of temperance than Lady Henry Somerset and recently she made an eloquent plea for clubs for women as a means of combating the drink evil Lady Henry for all her seriousness Is very fond of a jJoke and the story goes that many years ago she and a lady friend played a capital one on the senants of her ladyships country mansion They both dressed up as French tourists Lady Hoary wearinga thick veil and were shown jdund the p ceJ by the hpusekeeper La dy Henry sjgned herhame in the visitors book as Ducbesse do Mont morencU Later on the unsuspecting housekeeper who evidently did not think that tho French ladles had been sufficiently lavish In their praise of the house told Lady Henry that that Duchesse de Montmorenci is a disagreeable person Pearsons Not So Very Cheap The man who wishes to economize was advised by a friend togo to a certain restaurant Mighty cheap said the friend So the wouldbe boarder went there Next dayhe met that friend Pretty cheap place eh said the latter Not on your lifO t What do you mean Can you get as gbod soup elsewhere as you can there for the price Certainly not And did you ever get such roast beeat another place for what you JIWell then what under the sun areI you kicking about Why do you sal the place isnt cheap Because said the man who want ed to save with the emphasis of a German siege lUll wJa11el w eaU lug soaebodj stol l Nkt cer ntiittPS i t J tl Yh t19JYj ri4IItwillatisfy Ia rTr wenIdaI GENERALLY A POOR EXCUSE Person Who Says Havent Time Most Frequently Means Havent Managed Well Lack of time wisely declares Anne Rlttenhouse is usually lack of organ ization which ia borne out by the fact that the busiest men and women who havo accomplished much intheir livesk are those to whom we turn when we want something quickly done and wef are hot kept waiting That is an ex perience so common to all of u that it does not need enlarging We often I ask ourselves why this Is so and It I we would oqly search deep enough I we would find tho answer in the pow er of organization and elimination possesesd by those persons A woman will tell you with an ex travagant loss of neavousvltality how much she has tipne how it keeps her from getting her costume finished or ai important book read or notes writ ten or friends attended to or the newspapers glanced over and while she is telling you how little time she has because she is so rushed she Is using up valuable moments In which much could be accomplished also tir- Ing her thinking and vocal faculties and rasping her nerves If she would give over the half hours a day that she expends jn saying how much she has to do in act ually doing the things she hasnt the time to do she would be astonisff and delighted at her achievements and freer from nervous excitement than she has over been Talking takes it out of one and a constant repetition of how much me has to do and how difficult it Is to find time for the right things or the artistic finish of any occupation Only In creases the Uurden of thUsd things and worse still accentuates them to such a degree that they grow out of all proportion to their value A strong application pf Christian Science right here In its doctrine that brain pictures become actualities if one Indulges In them and that we ceate trouble for ourselvea by talk Ing of It all the time would save nervous strain In a remarkable way and make the wheels of life run far more smoothly Persian Lamb Furj It is said that after enormous dan gers and difficulties the secret of pro ducing1 the lambs from which the Per sian lamb fur is secur dliuat length been brought to Ambrlca by an official of the United States department of agriculture This official Doctor Young tga1tlonscovering the kind of sheep whoge lambs pzduce the so much sought aft er fur Contrary to common belief the fur is not taken from unbprn llambs but frOxtboso a few days old It is said that there Ja possibility of our own department of agriculture tak log up this worb also and bat the lambs will be raised both la Cauid end ike United States fleet a4 wS J R C BRCW fAGENT FOR tJeffcrcky Growers Insurance t L Jf OP LEXINGTON KY iHsurea Against Fire Lightning Win i Farm ra an Growers risks specialty tiDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Bates easonable Telephone 155 R SPRINGFIELD KY f JDR J CAWDD- Jkjiiclio and Snrgeon- w S 8to9amOffice hours 1 lo 2 p m 0verHaydonrs Drug Store f z m W P TRUS- TY1DENTIST r Office over Hayden Barber Pental work at reasonable prices 11 work guaranteed DrR J HAMILTON a RJNGFIELDiKY OfBce on Main Cross Street Phone 20 II 101Office cSR um HYATT Office over Springfield State Bank Office hours 1030 am Jto 2w 4 to 5 p m 1k a WF GRIGBY j ATTORNEY AT LAW- sOffice over People Bank- 8PRINQPIELD K- YPECIALTO WOMEN Ii Thb most economical cleansing and germIcIdal of all antiseptics Is 2 A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be diMolr d in water as needed- As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh Inflammation or iilceratlon of nose throat nod that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal For ten years the Lydia R Pinthamy 1MedicIne Cohas in their private correspondence with IWomenIt Is Worth Its weight In gold At druggists 60c large box or by mall The FaztOQ Toilet Co Boston Mass TIMES MANY CHANGES OLDTIMER BECOMES REMINIS CENT ON THE SUBJECTI onJJExtinction of the Wild Pigeon Par With That of the Buffalo f But the Sparrow Still aoS WUL Time does change the order of thingS said one of a number of el u deny menwho were gathered In aigrocery store over at the Cape one evening last week and some of the changes that are harcily noticed or even known by most of the younger people of today are In many ways re markable Take for Instance the wild pigeon t that was to be found In almost every patch of woods In the state when I was a boy there Is not one to behfouhd In the entire country east or west of the Rockies today and one 1 of the departments ts at Washington hasI offered a large reward for anyonel j yho will produce Qr toll where a nest of the wild pigeons can be found t As I said they were very plentiful In these parts back in the 50s and many were found in the and early 70s but today not one can be found In the United States The cause of j all this lies In the fact that many people carried on the business of trap I ping them and out In Scarboro a man toBuchknownas Pigeon Dave Plummer TheI traps were so arranged that hundreds of the birds Would be caught at onetspring of the trapand when one comes to think that this business was carried on all over the country Ula easy to see how In years their num bers dwindled and finally died out al together 4 Onthe other hand said another of the party comparatively a few years ago we had never heard ot such a bird as the English sparrow and today they are as thick as white weed In a poor mans pasture- Speaking of white weed said the first speaker reminds me of the timE- I went to school way up on what is now Highland avenue and white weed was just making its appearance in the fields It was not very plentiful however and I remember that a farm er named Dyer told us boys that he would give us a centa dozen for all we could picjc In his field for by that- means It was kept from going to seed Look at the fields nowadays It ono could get a cent a dozen for it now Iofowork but a week or two each year at that Yes sir there have been many changes In such things as these dur jrlng the last 20 or more years and ar still going onPortland Express nn Advertiser I Raw or Cooked BaconThis paper sayd that the German beet crop this year Is expect ed to produce not less than 2500000 toni of raw sugar EgbertI should think it hot encushr over there this year to produce tho itugar cooked f a baton Spirit HubI iee that Chinese streets are 1a1waya made crooked to keep thee U t t spirits e t of them Dubb4it yet here In Boston the znre crooked the streets tho more wlooM there are on em Tr= mWriJ 3a m1 TOWN I W WiWmw iniWiiWLocal Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest I 41 About Yourself Friends tii arid Acquaintances iiMIUJ aLnnnftnEnnnflnAulnnnn fUtftDRnuu Pn Baled Fay and Straw for sale N P S hdmpson Phone 119V r Seed potatoes andf garden seed at McClure Mayes S P Thompson rr 3 has for sale 1000 locust post RL Ultments R JR 2 Has lor sale Orchard Grass Sue- dSaleAFor good work and brood mare Harrv Derringer Valley HillI J T Wheatly Springfield rrr 51 box 12 lids fur sale a Short hornmale calf If you want the best seed potatoes and grden seed cation McClure Mayes IForaJeS C RJ Cockeres 100 each MrsJ I Martin LostyGoJd pqinted Jno Hol and fountain pen Return to this office or IL R Eddleman Sam Tucker R 1 has for sale one good work mart and flesh jersey cows good milkers Pure White Burley tobacco eed fur sale by Mary Brown qrundy r D Ciemetits Springfield Rj lB has for sale Baltd Hay and Mrs Margaret Noonan Route has for sale S C R 1 Red Eggs 50o per setting FOR SALE Three thoroughbred Hereford Bull Calves ready for service Also two heifers S P Thompson Make it a pom he nfxt time ou come totuvn to look after you subscription to the News Leader For sale or rent fix room Residence on Covington Ave Springfield Ky W H O F Whartun FOR SALE 5 male sbotes grandsons of OldI Defender weighing ICO lbs Ready for ser vice Also two suws II j J E Vheatleyl 1A meeting of the stockholders f the Washington County Fair Association wjll be held at ithe office of W F Grigsb n xtSai rday LostOn CJouujty Court 2 cul ar pads paced in a buggy in front Arnold Bros by mistake Finder will please return meI lo A mold BrosIFor Hale Two Jacks one 144 ands high mousecoi red guodI bone antf is by HeiTry Edelen Jack Syeira did Black Jack 1J15 hands high 3 years old past by John Marshall IIG1 wish to announce to my friends and acquaintances that have acceped a position with the New Grocery firm of SHdiMullican Grocery Co and will be glad to have you come in and seemeItwiIlbmy peasure o serve you Resp Yours Ray Conder Everybody is Irvited to attend the opening of the Sumple Sac held by the ladies of the Metho dist chui chat Boblitt Marks Furniture store Friday afternoon March 12th Ltht refreshments will be served to all wnd the music will be enjoyable The sale will continue several days Dressi d h nt und cakes on sale Saturday An Impressive Ceremony- t Soul thri ling in its be uty a d soUmnity was the c rem on in which thirty young women Ilid fore7er aside the things of h world and in a solemn vow aedi servicesIilioGod The alter in St Oath arines beautiful little chapel was a bower of cut flowers and lights 1The music to the weary waiiders Iof Ihe world echoed heavenly harm 1ie and mingled tears from the depths of sadness andl of gladness trickled down tile cheeks of the listeners when th clearjfirm yet quivering oice in the 86emn vow was blended withi ihw Relatives from the Bdstj Wet and South came to vhressi this solemn cerem ny lIthe everingan excillent TOPICS i I LuuuuuIJIMMJIW U Model Sanitary rDental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard program was rendered by the girls in honor of the visito s We would bp glad to have- a call from all parties wish ing cut flowers or funeral designs as we have the agency for one of the most upto date and reliable florists in Louisyille Prices Reasonable Wathen Blandford Attention Methodist It is important that each mem her of the Methodist church in Springfield be present next Sun day morning at the morning service Our District Confereriie is to meetwitbus the 30th and I wish to bring s me things to your attention The usual night service Pletse remember my request and let nothing of an ordinary nature interfereRev G R i3rowe Pastor Circuit Court The Washington Circuit is drawing toa close howeve there are several little cases to be disposedof during the remain del of the week Ort tomorrow the caie of Comgionweilth ys Pete Ybeum oh urged with hog tilling will tie tritd out before a jury On Monday the ca e of Isaacs vs Green which involved a sui on a not executed for a horse which was alleged to have been unsound The Court after hear irg thettestimony decided for the plaintiff The cise of Cull vs Smith which was a controversy over th accoIwarehouse eu d iin a judge ment for the debt sued on in favor of Plaintiff and part of the ttbacco attached part of the proceeds of the attached to arco was judged to the wife of Smith The c fit of Moore LverrAx OvsLeo Hay Jon which was asuit on pdenID dicine sold tt Haydon and which v as alleged Ilnder sub missii n iJ he exceptions in the case of Farris vs Hanby was tried out Tuesday before the Couit In 111cahpwork done for his father before his death His claim amounted to about 900 and after hearing proof the court allowed him 500 In the caeo of Mclutire vs Shanaban Exceptions to the report TI J Sett es the surveyor appointed to run the line ad judged to be the line between nndIpruufIdireced said eilcs to set stones at points where he had hereto foedrvlosti1kOtiIGrand Jury has ben in 1111e for a god part of the term will prub bly adjourn Fri day T Smallpox Science has thy tai yeirs to the siul ofolffreiittdbastoIa th CUsv he prevtnti n the cur i us dr that the peo pie may protect tlmsulve bmal pix once one of the mllst malignant of diseases has been reduced by Science throughvac jiclnaionto one of the least dun 2ger It js still a filthy dfsease isallosvIedyaiiisliTd entirely were it not fur the pnjudice M ny fond parents mistaking prejudice for llove refuse to allow their child len to be vaccinated calling the law that demands it graft or whatever name their vocabulaiy can command Were they to pause for a moment and think they must soon rtahz that any prevention is cheaper than the disease To stop the school in this own fur a month woud cost the tct something overt thousand dol ars tot cons d r l jing the loss to the ohildret This loathsome disease in a fan dlharsretirement from business It iif not fair that a whole community should be compelled to suffer for the prejuiceo the few as has often been the case in the past The Hoard of Health is to be congratultt d on enforcing the law of vaccination and it is lollhej business of a community and the school being stopped once or tv1ce a year on account of the spread someloathsome disease due to the carelessness and prejudice of the few should be ome a thing of the past The parent however fond cannot put herI selfish views of life etc against Sciei ce which has unselfisnly devoted time and money that she and her child may live a healthier happier life One cannot always be dodging a dis ease and iis liable to run into it atany time the bnlysafe plan is to do all one cm to prevent it wholly or the malignance of it A Tribute charaeIBenvin who was laid to rest in the hallowed little cemetery of St Catharine Thursday the 4th inst Few pass from this life so widely loved and honored as she was He virtues have been the shining example and her advice the watchword of the soul of many of Kentuckys noblest women for several gen erations Since the early bloom of maid enhood she has faithfully and unselfishly devoted her life to the education of young woman hood andat the vectrable age eightytwo laid down her burden and crossed lifes bourn St Catherines has never had a liner business head nor one of more profound wisdom among its members than was hers To tIle sisters was a noble example of patience and fidelity to The end Those who were one J er pupils and who are now many iif them grandmothers and scattered throughout this broad land of ours were ever loyal to her and loved her assomeone holier even than a mother The memory of Sister Mary Benvin will be sacred in the lhearts of ali who knew her well for many years B N Hardin Mr Mordecai Benoni Hardin did at his home near Texas yes terday after a short illness of pneumonia He was a son ut the lIe Joe Hardin and was born and reared in Washington County where e spent all his life He wa never married At the time ofiiin death he was ah ut Pity ears ofIIge8e was a man of quiet disposition and unassum ing in manner and stood high with all who knew him his neigh brs pronouncrng him IIn excep tionally good man Funeral ser vices will be conducted at Beth lehem today PERSONAL MbsMinnle McJleUan who has been in Louisville am ng the leading millinery houses has returned and has resumed her Blan1furdHon T Scott Mates was here this week on business Miss Mabel Williams was ill Louisville Monday attending the Fourth ave mi lin ry openings Miss Nlami RDgers is v siti g vis tit g Miss Mty Mayes t n Louisville Mrs H B McElroy is visiting Mrs T Scott Majes in Lou- IS vi lie The Misses Margaret and Ca iu riie Greene of Louisville III spend the week end with tho iir grandf tther MrJ A- Sh der of this place Miss Gertrude Shader will spand tin week end in Danville Rev R EC Lawsonrwe j are glad t note is able to be out again Mr E D McElroyof Kansas City Mo is visiting his father Mr A C McElroy Miss Elizabeth Noe daughter of Mr andMrs Arvin Noe is q lite sck with typhoid fever Dr and Mrs J C Mudd and Miss Nellie Simms were in Lcb lion Mondiy- Aliss Carrie Bold ick whose life wjs for so llung deapiaired Of is on the ruad to re pvery r Chas Buy don Jr who has ien on the slek list is out Matter John Simms Kelly is pending the week with Mrs ohn W Kelly Fredericktown the news seems to be rather 1As in the News Leader I lend a helping hand to try improve our County papers Mrs R F Hamilton who has been YH i illof pneumonia is rapidly improving Miss Sallie Muid of Holy Cross is risking lJrrand Mrs FF Mudd and family Mis W E Crume was in Louisville Friday and Saturday Miss Norma Sutherland of Louisvill was visiting her sister Mrs S T Hamilton last Satur day and Sunday Miss Mary Leo Lauham spent last Saturday and Sundav with Mr and Mrs H M Auberry Miss Louise H mifton who ha been nursiug Mrs S T Hamilton is going back to her howe this week Miss Lizzie Montgomery Is riursibg Mrs J R Barber whom we hobe is improving Miss Annie May Osborne and Mr Sara Mudd spent Snnday with Miss Mary Leo Lanham Misses Sallie Mudd Effie and Leona Mudd spent Friday night with Mr and Mrs H M Auberry The school at this place will open next Monday with Miss Maggie Smith as teacher Miss Mary Cecil was at St Catharines Saturday Miss Lettie Mudd is clerking at Hamilton and Mudds store she is taking Miss Rose Logs Ions place at the present Mr Chester Cecil and son Al yen were in Indiana week be fore lastwMrs S B Wh atly and daugh t r are visiting Mrs Eliza Mudd Miss Maggie Yates who has been keeping house for Mr Fel ix Taylor hiss declined her poi tion and gone 10 her home utt Mi RaphaclYatesl Mr Jot to Ithespnt Sat urdayliCht with Mr Lloyd Yates Mr Mrlntire is a very entertaining old gentleman as he is a greatviolinist t everyone enjoys hearing him play Miss Willie Mae Figgof Pleas ui eville spent last week with Miss Mary Brent Mr Thomas OBryan and Mr Joseph Riney spent the night with Mr and Mr Eugene Mudd Mr Richard Wheatley went to see his best girl Sunday Mrs Etta Hagan is on the sick list but we hope she wiil1tl soon beupagain Mr Fred Combs has also been on tne sick list as he nas h adan jabfyss on his foot but we are glad to say bets about well nov spelltltheMisa Alma Nally who has been attending school at St Catharines spent Saturday night with her parents Mr and Mis- S B Nally BallardIi Mudd Commissioners Sale IH E Case exor etc Plff vr Equity E B Hendren etc Dats By virtue bf a Judgmsnt and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1915 in the above styled cause 1 shall proceed to offer sale upon the premises Washington county Ky on 1m TUESDAY MARCH 30 1915 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest and best binder at public auc lic auction upon a credit of 6 12 ana 18 months the following describeu property towit A certain tract of land situated n Washington Co Ky about two mile from Mackville onjdirt road connect g Tick Creek pike and Sprinfigeid am Mackville pike This farm csnjain about 40 acres and has a residence good repair and barn with a conider able amount of good tobai c land and is known as the Nez Hendrtn fanr The above described property is sold to satisfy a judgment of H B Case Executor of Jas H Hendren lien ot for 9800 and annual interest from J in 281913rto Maroh 3o 1915 8s81 Costs estimated 7500 Total 97484 For the purchase price the purcqaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must axecute bond bearing regal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms Cr BOSLEV MCW CC CASTOR IA- Tr Ldamts and Children 1M 11M Ysi Mass Always BaUlb = Ta w r4V 5v1 t rF ATTENTION jj- gg I Tbaco1rojsJC o II- At i I a meeting of the Tobacco Board of Tfade of Springfield J it was decided to adjourn sales from Mar 10 until = we have a GOOD SEASON Sales will resume after the J g season and willcontinue ford FIVE SALE DAYS After = f which we close foi the season Bring your tobacco to V f Springfield aridwe will make = youi= JIll WASHINGTON CO WAREHOUSE SPRINGFIELD WAREHOUSE = 1 PLANTERS WAREHOUSE V FARMERS WAREHOpsEt w4aa I Strawberry Plants FRUIT AND SHADE TREES and our first offering of the re marhableIMannnontli Pearl Potato Free Catalogs No Agents H F Hillenraeyer Sons 1841 Lexington Ky 1915 flTLES OF AFFECTION ALMOST ALL THE STATES HAVE i OPULAR NICKNAMES Many irces of Suggestion but Few- f the Appellations Are Malicious CcraphIcaI Features HaveIGiven Rise to Some Nearly everyone of the states of the Inton pas a nickname suggestive of its chief product physical character or historic association and some of the states have a dual nickname of two ar more nicknames which in most cases appear to be equally popular and bout vey employed in current use CfaUfjria is called both Golden State ndHEI Dorado Connecticut u tie Nutmeg State the Freestone SiUe and also the Land of Steady habits Delaware Is the Blue Hen State and also the Diamond State and Georgia is the Cracker State and also the Empire Statp of the South Tho sons of Illinois speak of it both as the Sucker State and the Prairie State Kansas answers to the name of Sunflower State Central State and Jayhakwer State Kentucky is mown as theBluo Grass State and Louisiana is the Pelican State and the Creole State Minnesctans affectionately or famll iarly describe their state as the Gopher State the Bread and Butter State and tho New England of the West Michigan is the Wolverine State and the Lake State Nebras ka is tho Silver State and the Sage Hen State and New York is the Em pire State and the Excelsior State If a man speaks of the Old North Stato or the Turpentine State or the Tarheel State he means North Carolina Oregon is the Beaver State and the Web Foot South Dakota is the Swing Cat Statej and the Blizzard State is the Chinook State andWashingtonI green State and Virginia ly spoken of as the Old the Mother of States and Dominionj er of Presidents The general nickname of Maryland Is the Old Line State and it is sometimes called the Oyster State and the Terrapin State Maine is either the Pine Tree State or the Lumber State LTslng geographical features as nick names are Florida the Peninsula State Massachusetts the Bay State Mississippi the Bayou State Tennessee thohUlg Bend State Vermont the Green Mountain State and West Virginia The Panhandle Animals give their namesto Arkansas the Bear State North Dakota the FlIckertail State and Wisconsin the Badger State Madame SansGene In spite of all the nursing and mourning In the city Paris still retains a touch of gayety It is related that a certain lawyer of Paris whose delight It has always been to make solemn folks laugh appeared the oth er day as counsel for a woman charged with some not too grave mis demeanor Slur was only a washer woiran she was elderly and plain nfi1the court was distinctly bored the lawyer exclaimedtGpntlemen the bench gen tlemen you cannot find my client Suilty And why not asked the presid ing magistrate somewhat sharply Because came the smooth reply she washes for General Joffro and it Is her glorious privilege at this mo mcnt to be weeping into one of his handkerchiefs The entire bench of magistrates thereupon gave strict attentloq to the case They not only found tho wash erwoman guilty as charged but added ten days to her sentence for stealing General Joffres handkerchief The Proper Kind I wonder what kind of fish the student party who have ordered din ner would prefer As I understand they all belong to the boa team why not give tfiera roe The Supreme l TeatsIStar actors take the ground that I Bacon playstBecause really wrote the Shakespeare playsar PUBLIC SALEJ1II I I I wiliat my residence 3 miles from Sprin 4II4 1on the Willisburg and Springfield turnpike on I Thursday March 118 11- T ONE OCLOCK P MIIto the highest bidder the following pertotul IISell ty fl QOre 6ycaroId work mute lone7oycnroltlMare horse mules Iin fOtltOJIlCkI i II yearsoldI65 or 70 tons nice Timothy 7ERt SSiU will be on a1 credit wUIIg od personal security hayIIIINOI a will dU tie goMable reqnirel lnd payable in either if Henry Keene w ii hUT I ftiZ4iVKaiacyAvroake you forgetfVour worries takes the kink right out bf ydta Ps t I 1 you and your horn on your dignity and mettle Make yoa 1 ik t look and feel like thoroughbreds every time you go out for a rfm ti 1buccrhonest11 tbebctteiLugjyfotyourraoneyuidiu bwidingbackolevtaas Come andsee the Ames here size it ryoulikeI EIA C KIMBALL ti AMES EEALER SPRINGFIELD KY rF1 ROYALJ I Baking Powder Saves Health a1iid5 A t i i j tjSaves Money 1t 1 anaI 0 t MakesBetterE fJ Jt1t wtI I 7 Si T =t J E7 1m III mtlll IIHtcst fltUUlIlJItHlIJlflflIltJflIllllIllIllllU III mmflI IIIIIUIllIlIUUItIllIllIIIllItIJIIIUlIlIlIlIlllllIllllllIIl mmllm umummmUhm 11I1111lUUmtttffm t lj 4YUt9s 1 1 Iff lJI l j 0 hGreatest Exposition1 11IlI llllllll IIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111111 ml 1I1II1IIrmlllmIUlII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III III 11 I I I I I I I II I I I IIIIIIII ilIIIII III III III III III IU III 111 1m 1liliiii11 IIIIil 1IIb1 JrI t C ttt l t idYs of Landscape Sculpture nd Architecture Wonderful Exhibits at Huge PanamaPacific International Exposition San Francisco t ta i t J LOW ROUND TRIP RATES AFFORD GREATEST OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME TO rTAKEf WONDERFUL JJOURNEY AND SEE FINEST DISPLAYS OF WORLDS NATIONS iThese pictures at best cats indicate but feebly the Indescribable marvels presented by the PanamaPacific Interna throngingV every country on the globe x have sent to this wonderful 50000000 show the best of their presentday achievements which are now displayed in i the eleven colossal exhibit palaces and also in the buildings of the state and foreign group the latter structures be irig built In most cases in a style of architecture characterstlcot the state or nation represented More than 10 000000 has been invested in the Zone the 3000foot amusement street of this great fair where the worlds premier showmen are conducting the most wonderful and most original sightseeing and purefun attractions ever assembled + for any celebration on earth In order to put the opportunity of seeing this most marvelous of all expositions within reach of th greatest num berqf people thee railroads have cut rates in half to and from San Francisco and the hotel and restaurant associa tlons of the xity have agree to keep their schedule of prices dowff to normall figures e t fl v Complete Information regarding this wonderful worlds fair may be had free for the asking by addressing Man r 3jager of the Bureau of Publications Press Building PanamaPacific International Exposition San Francisco Call ft rnIatTyhowJU forward to any address a beautlf sixtypage booklet illustrated in colors containing detailed ln formation regarding the glories of this great celebration and a complete description of the Panama Canali i AJ1 T tflGltL SfctWfc IN mt UK fHfc FOUR INNER COURTS a Detail showing the rich and Oriental suggestion In tbo embellishment the Court of Abundance at the Panama Pacific International Exposition San Francisco In this court are orongo trees in full bearing and rare flowers r REFINED BEAUTY SHOWN IN SCULPTURAL ADORNMENT 1 p 4 Details of colonnade In the Court of the Tnlverse showing frieze adornment and sculptured figures These corrl dpjra are Illuminated by the new Indirect lighting system the whole vast area of this court900 by feetbeing I lighted In the same manner PanamaPacific International Exposition San Francisco l 7 SUPERB NIGHT ILLUMINATION OF THE VAST PALACE OF HORTICULTURE At night the vast glass dome of the Palace of Horticulture Is played upon by rays of gigantic searchlight projectors set within the building The globe which Is the largest hemispherical glass dome In the world and is oneafiheenanymarvels of the great PanamaPacific International exposition then assumes all the colors of the rainbow This photograph shows the great building at night with the rays of the searchlights casting the signor the Zodiac over its gleaming surface Ii to 4 iiL JJP P T rtthtl question ol who Is file highest pfficlOPof the United States govern weieanskedHLlhest alp Washington anywhere would promptly answer r the president and expect to go to the wadof tho class ijBut they wouldnt fee right thatij snotjhione sense The Ulghsst goverpment official in Wash 4 Jlagton Is Charles Reltzel the guard at jthefvtbp of the Washington monument 1 ilsr4placeis 550 feet above the ground pd he has held this high position for J5 years Reltzel Is not a hard man to 0 see One never has tQIinterview his a jMerctiry first He attends to all his line a hldpglg About one hun- dredJlplef i call on him t ie iffrlillffft pu Sttta of the world awl earllfaf his toi gSSclbput four 3 Irj41I JI liras a and tal ied rwlthltimx Kot once fe7in these years he rdui serious accident oc c i Ule principal iSuty t latei see to It toa 1 t 40 not mutilate th i Ih l HE AEROPLANE f The first successful aeroplane was made by the Wright brothers of DaI- on 0 who mSde their cvormtm ofableflight atKHty Hawk N C in December 1903 For three years after that there were but two men t who could fly Wilbur and QrTillo Wright Since 1906 thendmnce has prescriPiEuropean future if the aeroplane nb man can t llUExplained at Last F Blz1t wonder why a woman never throws straight Do you suppose it I- sjdueto r soma fault In the construction I arms DIx Vfot at all It is die to lie tact sthat 4 woman never throws things un tit Bile Is so mad she cannot see etraigut C AIIRU So Sofeleigh it studying law iYes and from his looks imagine he has been practicing lit Ue too much at the bar PREMONITORY t Blobbs Why do you call Grouch leigh the human tadpole SlpbbsrQh he always feals that he Las a kick coming 9 GETTING READY Willis What arc you polishingTip your grn for GiUw On account of this European war tWillisSurely you dont think wcrill be drawn intoit 4if liorddHoft iflg 1l1 History of the Grcat Con nktPUck Y ONE OF THE WORLDS MOST BEAUTIFUL ARCHITECTURAL SI3HTS InternaImounting these pillars are beautiful figures of women gazing Into an urn expressive of Art and Beauty Eric Eller hause Is the designer of these groups Over the foliage and forestation of the Fine Arts lagoon can be seen the Halt Dome of Philosophy and the grand centrall dome of tho Palace of Education uu Festival HallPanama Pacifc International Exposition from tho south promenade of the South Gardens the facade of the Press building showing at the extreme right On the great organ in this hall one of the six greatest organs In the world Camille Saint Saens will play an original composition and there will be recitals by Edwin La mare of London Wallace Sabin and other maestros This hajl will center the Intellectual l dramatic musical andl literary life of the exposition at San Francisco many of the 400 conventions of this year making it their assembly n1n wVVVy THEBUILDING THAT USED FOUR CARLOADS OF NAILS Where Lincoln rachcy made the worlds first indoor aeroplane flight the giant Palace of Machinery at the Pane maPacific Intern ional Exposition San Francisco This enormpus structure is surlnred with imitation Travertine marble which is od on the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot In New York and other notable structures INSIDE INN AT PANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION View of architects perspective of huge hotel on the exposition grounds at San Francisco Visitors to the great worlds exposition at SL Louis in 1904 will remembtr the huge Inside Inn at that exposition There js aI Isimilar large building at San Francisco with a capacity of accommodating thousands of people li location of tie building Is within the exposition grounds near tho great Palace of Fine Arts liin Jnsidn d Inn is a oitv In iUftlt Ojj too distant tor amuse culture and work The country not too far for walks and picnics health and happiness Give the children some seeds and let them dig In the good brown earth Encourage them to climb trees to swim to notice the birds and flowers You will not need to save so hard for summer vacations a vacation at home will be a Joy hoalthgivlng and restful You will have good friends among your neighbors nearLatthe other boys and girls will be health safer The spring Is calling Ilerand bird and grass blade and bud By all means let us an lwor YesExchange SpeclallstI tA Pony you tosay that 1he Id an authority on matters relating to the stage No I merely said that he knows more chorus girls than any other nan I ever met r t Star Is Chlldreno ravoritei Edna Malson of the Universal com pany who Is such a favorite with children has two big dolls and a Teddy bear hanging In hog room They are now entirely new and Edna Is a big girl for dolls now but they were all presented to her by small girls who were happy in the giving The mtlo girl who presented the Teddy bear drops In occasionally and says May I borrow your Teddy bear play with toI IdS site been married long Well one of them lasted nearly tliinkINOT SCARED BY BILLS It is said that women are braver than men Do you believe itfWell I think more of them woufd IaIUn a chance at marriage EVER HEAR THESE To whom arc you writing The illfated steamer y The explosion carne very sfid flcmy JLThel i to dome A levclncadcd business mrinP Battlescarred veteran r The police fire at work on the ease nTh injured man was rushed tto the hospital no1tr Wellknown tansorial artist Our chauffeur claims he iras driving very lowly s t ffarmGood morning judge Gentlemen of the jUIJ1 tierL I r It Always helpsSiiiwritingwomantonicuseCardui aletoI f soongainedhouseworkasI I wish every suffering woman would CftRDUIlThe Womans TonicDIItUebadandI I nervousnesstiredofwomanlyrtrouble W womanstonic niwomenCardulfori Get a Bottle Today I I I I I fo 4The Telephone and Good Roads The telephone goes hand in hand with good roads f The telephone overcomes many of the obstapcles of bad roads and makes it possible for the farmer and other rural residents to transact business in the city and with neighbors wheaithe roads are impassable Progressive farmers are insisting upon good roads and telephones These two agencies of modern civilization are doing more than all others toward eliminating the isolation of country lifer ou can have a telephone in your home at very smallcost Send a postal for out free booklett giving complete inforri1 tin FARMERS LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone anil Telegraph Company INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY R ao r DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt Dust and Drudgery Yriat a zlj Combination PneuntaticSweeperRd- ease from broom draoy firea Ae stake of inj and run and hoa1be tMgHinin KMtenng of dust and germs that are raised by tfe we of lite hupm and the lId fad oned caipet sweeper call itteinejby tkestate powerful suction force which draws the dirt and dust found in rourrugs aad carpets sadat Ac wee time the revolving brush picks up au list pju tkeadt raveling etc SWEEKtt are made is tbreeIOJdunder a rigid guarantee for one rear You may by a Dunt ley in yow own home for tldan Free orcharg For more JtuUmJ Information write TODAY Agents Wanted 1 attitasa + IIThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which JiM bees In use frfor over SO years has borne the signature ef 7 ant thus been n ndc tinder kis per 1sonnlsupervision since its iafatticy 44 Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and TtLstasgood are but Experiments that trifle wIth and endanger the health of Tnfants and JhUdrenFxpcricnco against Experiment Wha is CASTORIA Cato ra is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare groric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It I coutiilne neither Opium Morphine nor other Jfarcotio substance tsagc Is its guarantee It destroys Worms nod allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Const patlqn anti Flatttlency It assimilates tIle Food regulates tlio Sttumicii and Rowels giving hcaltliy mid natural sleep The Childron PannceaFite others Friend GENUINE CASTORI AAYSi Bears use Signature of Vii CL s i Thelindtoii Have Always Bought 0 In Use Fr Over 30 Years Tilt COMPMTTT VtMtT yr S H raJ fOiEnfMVfj v SAI3mn r1L I llrN 3 SX R 1 IM4i f H