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LrESTABLISHEDp ANNQ DOMINJ1 3 L TliENEWS LEADER4JtThr i ItJf iEWES YOtrXXXK No II IE SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH IB t tY Lft m1 4 iiii J = rurI r I n i 4r T jr or frq qic IiJ1 COqIL S 7trti I It i 1 I v Successors to MulliGan BhaderII 4 New fPresh Clean Line of STAPLE and FFANCY lJft8eElII l The Best Goods and always afthe Lowest Prices Courteous Treatment Prompt Deliver Fair Dealings and the best quality of Qoods We ask your patronage and will endeavor to 1tb please you See our line of EASTER NOVELTIES Come to us for SEED POTATflEand IGARDEN SEED Bring us your Produce we will always pay you the top prices i f I f i b SHADERMULLICAN i GROOERNIitrLI ia it r iJ f1 ic i I 4MooaHEht Schoolsrr Contests Closed e contest i between teachers Vrus ees for the prizes of fered by K ntuckys statesmen II ifpr the best moonlight scboo were very warm ones many 1 being in close comptititon forl ihe prizes The sworn reports I tJrt and lei lei s from J adults who had been taught to write showed excelent r ultV for the 8s6ns of 1914 v tl Adair county capturedL te grand prz 50 offer dbyS n JIT OllieMr Janes for the beat TmcOaht school in KentuckysJ Mr5 W ell wjs lbeJ o f M Inne 10I IMcUrery and HardTn conn ties won the50 priza of Senator j IfN Camden to the who best promoted the nnojaligh is fhool work P John on ij ustee at Barren ForkMej i Oreary county and Rev J AI Eryna of Hardtn counts ti 41 jJoihprizet and the KeKucky Illiteracy Corn uissijn divided the prize between them Mr 11fOburg He climbed a cliff- each evening tobe in the moonlight school and taugh one dthisses He s 70 years Ol a te Rev Fryear has served 28 years s scbojl trustee hay lag the longest term of service of any trustee in the Stite He 1j js 70 years of age and a Bapiist minister He put forth a heroic effort to make the moonlight sqhoofln his district COD resman W J Fields piizebr 25 for th3 best moon light school in the Ninth District was won by Bath couuty This 1was ihe nest heated of all the contests there being some exIj MtJntJKqIqeJ f cJunItoi Jones a young teacher won the bqnors Ipr Bath Congressman Campbell Can trWs prize ol 25 for the best moonlight school in the jevenjh District was on by Dudley CauiiU of Powell county Congtessmin John W Lang title s prizi of f2o for the bestil I t mdonight hdhool in the Ten ttn Dj Tit wai won bv W R- lUt mas of Fioyd coantyj Attorney general JJltmesA dGrrnetts p ize of 10 foi the bebt moon ight school itr coputy was awarded to Adairjj LRu5sd1tState Senator JR Zimmer mans pi ize of 10 for tne moon Ugt school iti buli t bounty T J fUR awarded to Ht a May Diw sii l yhtBankoIOlark ons pize oi ftBloi the iJ j 9ifliJh fchor 1n Gra son djsnjy IjTwa by A IL Witten 1Th3 Kentucky Illiteracy Wlll liliifii nV piizea for the ijht stories wire 1 fuloWJngJrstpr e t Ir Sm theJ Adair 4ft isciwdjrrize Miss Maud 44 Jfi f MeCfjwry contyibirJ It r MU LbtiL IL R churd 4COI5t7 J w r w J v = = S teachers Speaker Clark A Solomon the Democratic members ntaWesI andIIth United States Speaker Ulari spoke wjards of such wisdom that thty would hjtve done credit tu Sp pmon tie told the Democrat feLym e m hers there ass mbled tl a unless they Presltdt7at the yaw ing wilderness f would swallow them up again where they would wander for 16 mnrg long years or longer in de feat and exile Speaker Clark hslerned thattbc untry batt no patience with a party hat re fuses to follow its sefappoiiMed leader If it should happen that tibe leader was wrong JLhere wOUld tie some excuse for a party in refig its support hut when the leader iis so unmistakably right as President Wilson nut only in his support of the Ship Bill butin all economic questions that the Deri1c atc Conies man who let uses to follow Irs lead is notonly a trai or to the Democratic party but is an nem n disguise resisting and obstruct iqg thi progress of his country i IIi WI18VtfY gratifying to Piesl1 dent WHstn 10 find that the Oem psrats jn the House approved tl e mtatUrelncauous and passed tue bili onFeb16 ttircugii the House by the overwhe ming vote of 215 agdiust IgU jBx Sub District Trustees Attention The census blanksare all the office Please calor inl lstdavofAPriilEverv transfers from other districts Will be made after the 1sto April Tile yePow fad may be done with pencil The otjier two copies must be made In inl PotivOy no blanks will be ac cepted donq with pencMl Ihope every trustee will havpan ac curac census Do your best to make it so Repectfully ELLA D SIIAUNTY Co ujt of Schools tBefore you sliwyour TbbacQo Bedsbesur you areso wing the the kind of Tobacco seed that rings the Top Price the tobacco that was grown from ray Purl Viid Barley seedJftisjoppscM I e mlet afniost every time it has ber1aUi tTo6rc o seed grauer They hCbst jou about ten ce feieracre lopjanvyour own cropi 5fyou l hi4etdthapvduf willbo pleas r d with orb op come iujafid s eta packager trJCEIlCO B ft LAKE t A STOR lA j- Tw Infants and OMldruu TYlM1 AIwaJiE LgRtsL- rrofI Left Home Clarence Logue w 10 lives the west end of the inI causing his parents a good of solicitude A few weeks ago ihe boy who is but 17 years oldI took a lmrse for which hisfattier had paid 125 and a practically new bugKv aid harness and left home Afterf he h d gone 1is parents he rd through Ohirs that he had started to drive to Illnois Mr Logue with the aid of Sheriff Moraani tlephoned fto a number of towns ancf boy was finally apprehended thI J Liwrendeburg It was found that he had sold the horse hue gy and lay robe tQ parties m Lfxingtoiir and he had 70 of the money on his person when apprehended The boy return ed home with his fither and has been doing alright Last court day Mr Logue came t town and purchased a 79 bu gy and on Sunday Clarenc askid for it togo to Benton church The father gave his consent Hid the boy hitch d up tthe buggy the first time it hud been used and drove off He attended churci bntup to thisiis hit neerbeen heirct of since and diignt inquiryhas failed to lo ICito him The ooy is a favorite with his mother aud this goyd woman is heart over his lleaving home Harrodburg Berad Illitera cy Census r The school trustees of Ken tucky will hegiven an opportu nity to phiy an important part in the illiteracy campaign They 1Jare being asked by the County StLtlbupIIlliteracy Commission to take a cencusip at the Jime the are taking a cencus of the pupil children of all who cannot read or write Their names will be reported to the Keniuchy Illi eracy ComlDi ion at Frankfort This is r move ij the right direc tion No doubt the trustees Ill count it a high privilege to servethe State in this way It will req lire very little extra RX era ion and wilt help to sh w Kentuckys real standing Also IIt will enable the K tucky f Il literacy Ccmmission to know wtereilliterauv is nsDst prevalent and it may be aending out the iifeme tomany a deprived man 01 woman School auhorities 4releuding hearty cooperation aMdjtbel public will awai the re jsultsivvlth interest Above nil tbi gthiis censusshiuuld be ac- 1Icu att There Is iiotbjng to he by either conceiHng or county ovtr st Du tin the ill teA fit Card of Thanks ti Wo wish trfxtenl our thanks tttt friends and neighbors fpr rlDgjthEdear daughter and sister Eliz abeth v J W Shirley and family Fall Is Fatal J r l Plunging fifty feet from a scaffold to a piece of iron lying t on the concrete floor at the L h South Louisville shops of the i Louisville Nashville RilroadC a Company William ODanic thirtytwo yi ars of age a pint er was lulled at 1115 oclock1 Wednesday morning He wa cleaning windows when he lo tpIi his balance and foil backward 1 He struck his head shin ittilefew moment MrO1DanlElwstl liLorettoot rin Louisville frseveral YQlfif UBlftfcan Uid ustrioOsf young man and had the of ihepepTha generally The funeralservices will conductedfcat St Charles r church near St Mxryla this morning at 10 oclock and irier ment will be in the cemetery tneie Lebanon Enterprise Surprise Their FriendsS AnarfLige thrnme as a i IiyounIi which took place Sa urday ever lug in Nw Altianv Ind The ceremony was performed by Rev Vopel After spendii g a few days in Louisville Mr undo Mrs RubpljTeturned tto Lebanon Tues day eve inl The young people t left this QitySaturdav wfternorn without miking known to any of i their fiindj their intention and the announcement nt the wedding came as a surprise They were f Accompanied to New Albany by Iheodore Jaglowcz of Loui ville who formerly lived in this ity I Mrs Rubel is a daughter of Mrs Martha NeUoli who livts on EasvMain street and is a oung lady Of attractive ality Mr Rubel is a son of Mr and Mrs John Rubel und is cyn nedted with the RubalAtqll da dwareUo Ior the present they are makWj their home vith Mrs Rub6iV mother but liter expect to g to housekeeping L banon lu1tsrphisi t The Orcrtunlty Gabriel was just about to blow his rum pet Hey hold on there shouted ji newly arisen spirit Walt tIllI get the movIe men on the job Thus we see the continued need of photoplay censorship Sensible hew I say Pat why dont you go on a strike for more wages asked the Inquisitive man of anJrlah laborer Faith1 replied the son of Erin an ef lYe r 01 go on a strolk twill be whin 6im out ave r Job an hove nothln Use ter do IOfCombat complains that people dont keep the money In circulation vi dont see how he can substan tiate that claim Doesnt every man as soon shcan raise sufficient moneY put it infoan automobile ISomo SystemIfor system Isnt het fif should sajr so He even carries the ashes out othis cellar three times a week Instead of letting them accu mnlate Sued for 10000 Damages BaVbsdale Hamlett State SUi perintend ent of Public Instrut tim received a notice that head been sued fur 10000 dan gee in the Anderson Circuit otirt by J McWilhams of Washington county MrWilli im- soeof the men who was ac cue by Hamlett of nesntr iu league with J W Baxter sup intent enof he Anderson county C OjIJ ami E B x er a eL hrn AtJIscn tunty i- opcu itgand selling examinn ioti qj ues if n c pl by teachers the public schools Allot them 3n accused were indicted and uttc n was convicted He was Baxtecwsa acquitted rid the iudictraent against Mc Williams was tiled awayHar d burg Herald Big Sale The public sale held by L A earce on Wednesday at his farji ncarSt Marys was larges atendedand the prices real don the stock sold wee satis factory to the seller Farming implements sold well Thirty eight head of Duroc hogs nev eral of tho pigs farroweJ in October brought 750 One of these pigs sold for38 Eighteen head of Aberdeen Angiia cattle sold a ranging ftom 90 o 180 tota1ng2238 50 Mules sold trout 100 te SI156 EI h arias were ffupdand with drawn the fanrt at bid of 4j75 per acreaid the Cecii farm at 74 50 Capt J fIEs tes wasp the auctioneer Leb anon Falcon iLimit uuations to 1 nree There Is a limit The number of cocktails highballs fizzes and other flavored and perfumed libations known to possess a slow sinuous undulating recoil action familiarly known as a kick that may bo consumed at one sitting Is Jjit three The threeround limit applies however to a relatively small zone of operations buti never theless a popular one The rule has been promulgated by a leading hotel for guidance of the fre quenters of the public room known as the lounge and which is most crowded during tho afternoon tea hours Since this room is designed for the special jomfoft of women and no mere man can purchase anything in it unless he Is escorting one or more of the fair sex there is a suspicion toot the rule had the women iq view when designed San Francisco Chronicle Egypt Gets Mo e samsr i Rain fell in torrents in Alexandria Egypt during the rejoicings dyer the accession of the new sultan Some fifty years ago the statement would have seemed ridiculous but of recent years the climatic character of Egypt has lost its consistency and now we have rain in placeswhere none was known before and more rain where there was very little or only the gen tie dew The English are believed to be ponsible for the rolnrwlth their new channels for spreading over the land the waters of the Nile Cairo has only two Inches in the year while 500 miles vp the Nile there Is practically none at all Just as the plantation of trees in a desert will bring rain so is Egypt now a moister place because of the extension of cultivated lands But it Is not likely that all our western clv ilization will ever destroy the wonderful dryness of Egyptian air with which the constitutions of Invalids and pyramids agree7 1J DROVE AWAY THE TOOTHACHE I In Hit Thirst for Revenge theColotit Has No Time to Think of Physi cal Aliments One morning the colonel rolled out of his blankets with tha jumpln and though he exhauste all the remedies in camp nothIng ha any effect It was 40 miles Ur the nearest town with the chances agaltiat finding a dentist there and It was finally decided to appeaV to one of the cowboys on his station five miles away He came over In response to a message and after taking a look at the tooth which was a double one on the upper jaw the cowboy said Kurnel I kin shoot that tooth out n slick as grease If you dont mind the scar It will leave on your cheeks Shoot It out shouted the colonell Why manr you must be crazy 3ValUjneJ be IJrinjjlckJn enough lpowder to blow it out Neyer Might chuck it out with a piece of iron and a stone continued the cow boyAnd you might go to Texas and beyond exclaimed the suffering and dignant man Im only telling you how we db out here and If you dont want that tooth out youll hev to stand the pain The cowboy started for hIs station but after a gallop of a tthlle he re turned to beckon the rest of us aside andsaidHe to be a urty Iqqar sort of a man though a leetle t chy and Im sorry fur hlflfc Is be a good rider rOnly fair t Kin he shoot f Not very straight Then I think I can cure that tooth spent two minutes unfolding the plot and then went over to the sufferer and said Kurnel Ive come back to say you ar a booby What yelled the colonel as he sprang up from his seat before the campfire A bobby and a squaw kurnel and likewise a durned old liar The colonel jumped for him but Ue cowboy dodged and ran for his horse We had another ready saddled with two loaded revolvers In the holsters and the booby sprang Into the sad die and gave chase After getting out on the prairie half a mile the cowboy began to circle and shoot and yell and the colonel followed him and shot away the whole 12 bullets without sending one within five feet of him When the twelfth one had been fired the kindhearted cowboy rode off at the top of his speed and the colonel came into camp to dismount and say Get mo a hundred cartridges and my own horse and Ill tallow that man to the end of the earth Hows the toothache colonel was naked Toothache Why Its all goneuand Ill have that fellows scalp if I have to stay out here all summer Washi Ington Herald No Use Tho civilians who volunteered the services of themselves and their mo Fatherlans81bollday the trenches at the front were sum moned before a gray old Bavarian general to receive instructions as to their behavior In the enemys country The general explained to them that they might expect In passing through a village to be fired on by francs tlr irs and added that the persons who fired the shots might not always be men entitled to bear arms Take an example said he fixing his eagle eye upon one of the votunr teers suppose you have entered a Ispinninghouses You turn toward your assail ants and see nothing but empty win dowse bnly1n the second story of one house an old woman Is peejjnf out What yould you do in that cMse Mr Meier Id not look back was the re IYi JIAvoldl and cold feet Braiu tIlLI f t t t The Question of AUIt IUiterax t ThIr JJS ep g itvorlf djiie ii K initlcv by jlie moon mpjnfutumbcr joTiKo e vli have beett tUWIsLtUiittii d vrite iit ha t bf en pla ny duuonstr a l that whi e ad nit i ivfatus are wili aing to Ie ri if tley are given an opporiun tv fhe work bo far babeeui d no by II county scliooi teachers wjthuut cpmpejv intargrnumbers call ofjihe Sta eIllilenicy Com biwqbi the great army of 187IO peopl J who are UHietate the Stat should take a hand jn tile wor hitIbehit 4 learn tJ read and Write as tdgiv it to the children t We believe that the ltgi latu e next winter shonlcl pfryjdk thax each Schobil teacher should r4reach1jeIllierafet f mboulltthe should be takep ttcj the geueraifund it 1Jthe Very bet fao3iible Dent thai Kentucky could makjjr Elizabethtown News CmthiuioMriSale HE Case exor etc plff EquityEBy virtue ofa Judgmsnt and order of sale of the Washington Cirtiit Court rendered it the February term 1915 In the abpye styled cause IshUl proceedtooffer sale upeb the prerolKS In Washington ttjunty Ky pn TUESDAY MARCH 30 1915 at 2 oclock pm orr thereaboufto the hIghest and best binder at public auc He auction upon a credit of fi 12 afad 18 months the following described property to wit T A certain tract of land situated n Washington Cd Ky abtfut two mils from Mackvllle on dirt foadiconnectfegf Tick Creek pike and Sprinfigeid sac Mackville pUce This farnfcsh a ns about 40 acres and has a residente in good repair and barnwltha cbmjdjjr able atnouht of good tobacco land said is known as the Nez Hendren farm The above described propertyIa sold to satisfy a judgment of a E Cs4e Executor ofjasH Hedren lien nte for 9800 and annual interest from Ja 28 1913 to Marsh So 1915 899iU Costs estimated 73 TotaL J5H84 For the purchase price the pnrcqsLer- or purchasers with approved secs4lj or sureties must sxecute bond beari legal interest front date bf sale uAtii paid and havIng the fOrce sad ct of a juVgment Bidders will ke pared to1nlply promptly iritjr temff F BOSLEY Iii C W qouI4 be fld t km a froM ttis wisi iICtne rrIl- i ttM y f oI II FtIiasturkWI 1i JlWaitlMiaI 1IIlh I I itt 4 1915 LRu trustee school Xi When Kiug county written broken April esteem person prices Mabon toothache s IWjj r 1tWeMaiowJ seme otf otstLe friencU in this tqtwn wtrt Dpcrate infl wVrVsbJ tn iii jcitizena butvbw 1h J9 c h riei1wittt thet IefvhIiMfoa up to just what Jjr cu 4ag e Dreaenb aepressfo ThiItl1s copdiliona 1sit not the rWlt ffdcn 1lthe tariff MiMI tIIQt0 Three States 1EittJettbe IigoraHj orihtnerVe of tome of tbes ssihIi- cabs i iItfig pshhlng4oi kIidW what his caaaMJ 1M Pitsqlt t depression W tbsaiiiis aBj un tidi bHlIJOrr t s D1EsSLdtiitJ 12 iicWditcn tief i kt 1cte he171dspiM4oi 4n i i tf41n bU1 nl I 1YQrown t tr13 bankrieWeb wh1IM4utKepblf iii IT Mapr I CbutTiarwE4 v iihMyiWrm t rkw ndloe em Irllof f- z ytidizRaouaL e qW 4 pADi tt f p Teach me that i1xtr aaL j 6 iJ ijImake one hoer alxtie onsj poand audocV h4ruf l Cents ox stoUirxn 1 Helpmsollvao tIcan he do wft it riffr fit irith clear consdejace mjia iisCiper my plljpir ia aaiMriiiiwif j 19 tfaces of tibe WSKMT I1avut jbroighlplm i ij Grant IbMcliRMCi IbM I aaaj lra ray IMtH W U s Jsquare asKHadtilic iMrxif 11a 7 t hwy flL4Mi4Ikwh it doesnoIbkI J JhaeQ to iii lNie ot tlttteti 1 r of dnbofj skirt i T thBlind a3ato tiM fgwlil el th otherff Uow b fr VWt VS Me k 4Iayowflufdee w ftfctfc ich iiltwhen I look MfMsi W ttabla atiy wilt tsrtirt jsj abIeiing 11 A notbfliCII ji Keep mt j Mff iiji tG EJfI 2tlsugh withusdJao tlJS mselfits4rpiy i Mid then tths It i1L of flpvvirs ptji et cft Iieps as lbcrwscjiJsgQj Le uwrses wiicfif IJIttb rJ lCUt in fccxt of my rlrvthe cemouiy short a l fepztaphi sJple ncik 1lERE LIESAJIANtt 61f4t Wheii ooalIiiif iii p eAairo 1 irctl1Mr Ier eoW Remebtthatt r1us Is thq gusersis ttI t MrLLMita fI lrfa ItI Jf0 f 7dt 10 w S31Wds2 I t1 m 4 I1LL A v T r v w 1 L 4 ill NGNfSLEADER f lGFlIiLDICY IIRII ann ftU T JAMB IN JtSEMtJPfUN Editor tad PibJIsbers 4Eteii t the SfrfaffcM Ky Post M OddSM mil tter ferIM Cpiissbuer HON WM F KIAIR if F eoutan es M eHUkiAU for reaction as K iIvMi oiIonerI subject to the actiM ef the Democratic voters in the i Auflitt priwuy WeathoiaedtoJOHN IL NEWMAN ot Bardthw Nelso CClunty as a caMWate for the Democratic Mtleefor RaiLroad Commissioner frot the Second District Primary Saturday Aiigust7th 1916 Qftr CHMMiweakks Attertey Weve authorized to announce WH SprucM of LebnaoB a candidate for the elice ef Commonwealths Attorney for the Eleventh Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party at the Auu t primary UWe are authorized to aneounce John ATolin as a candidate for Common or to Attorney for the Eleventh J Distript abject to the uUoi OllI party at the August i p I fit State SeMto We are ivthorised to annosrice John LGNH1et Lebanon Ky for sfrom this the Fifteenth Sen toiMldfetrkt compotedof the conn tieeitrf Taylor Marion and Washlng tow rabjeet to the action of the Demo Uc primary l FwieprestMative We are authorized to annuonce Chas 0 DfirhMft ai candidate for Represe tentative In the lower house of the Ketitncky Legislature from Washiag ton county subject to the action of the 4Diiocraflc partyIn the August pri may if We are authorized to announce T H Royalty as a candidate for Represen tivo in the Lower House of the Ken tucky Eegislaturefrom Washington coBBty subject to the action of the Democratic party In the August pri- Mary Tn another column appears r the announcement of Mr John A PoltpaB a candidate for the office of Commonwealths Ator xiey for tfie I IJlth Judicial Subject to the action of the Dem cn tcJpmy Mr Polin barr Zislwayg been a faithful and conIt vaujtent Democrat always snp t r portirg tha partys nominees V sdI doing all iiol bis power tot sficare their election and as Rep reeentative he has always en 4eyorei to carry out party 7pl tfprmpledf es Aside from ths he is a competent lawyer being a graduate of the Univer sity ot Louisville Law School yHe Is thirtyone years of age r v and has been a licensed attorney 61orsix years Be has had con siderable expelience as a repre sentative ofthe Commonwealth having assisted Mr T Scot Ifayes during part of his term as County Attorney If nominated JfKe Would a strong candidate and Ifelecwd would be a faiThful V official 2It will be a matter of interest to the people of this county to learn that their county mauflou c 0 McChor has been promo tEdtotbe position of CbairniHin of Interstate Commerce Com Mission Mr McChord was ap pointed ta the Commissicn five years ago and has made an en viable record as amamber of the Coininlssion People of the Jconnty remember Mr McUhord i a Very able lawyer lie was at one time County Attorney of this cQQ1Jty and was afterwards I elected Railroad Commissioner Hb also represented tbe count in Kentucky Kenate where be was distolltuisbed for bio ability llnving beeii tba author of the KaUroa4 ac of Kentucky In aroflipr column appe irs thi anoouncemeritof Mr John Ei 1 Newman aa a candidate for Rail fft vromd Cwnmissioner Mr New jman ia from our neighboring cpUntj of Nelson and isa very exceUeut gentleman he has bad cbn idcrable experience in Rail Iroad work ands eminently fitted i for the position he seeks and if the people should elect him J tbeyjyonldbave a safe guardian of tbeftrightsiJr tis Ccimsioeea Renting f QlIi rdayMlch26Lb 1915 rj Y2 oclock p m twt1 lenf to ptf hjjcbcgt upd ttt Udder thex Jira tnpwn as the late Allen CookMyfarHi containing 254 2fc tc cf5j T61 tarm will probabl be illfftlfor rent Jn sevem trfltlkf ay Ieesuk auli best r xio rc tu be grain anc l Y tat tMJ ie kP9WU If1t 11sM l h JJ4ITli OW O JiJjf MaImAI J Judge JobnE Newman cyllForioaer in this District In this issue of tbe News Lead InlnoiNewmanof Bardstown Nelson Comty for Railroad Commissioner cfjfe Second Distric which embraces this county Following is what The Ken tacky Staodaid Judge New malls home paper Has to say of him in announcing his ca didacy It is a matter of greatpleasure that The Standard learnBauthor itatively that Judge Jobn E Newman of this city has decided to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rail road Commissioner of this the second District which is composed of Jefferson Franklin Eayette and most of the counties in central Kentucky Considering the great import ance ot tbis office and the ser vices to be rendered by this com jnission to the people of the State when rightly arid intelli gently administered it ought to be a source of congratulation to the voters of this district and State when a man is so splendidly and exceptionally well equipped to render effective and valuable service to the people offers himself as a candidate for tnls office By education long training and actual experience in doing the work of this commission no man in the State of Kentucky Possesses higher qualifications tan Judge Nfwman for performing the responsible dotes of this omceIMore than eighteen 5 ears of hisllifo have been spent in connection with the various departments of railroads Be is thor oughly familiar with cost ot railroadconstruc ion and opera ties ard especially is be familiar with and an expert in the mat ter of railroad rates The adjustment of railroad rates so a to be just to the ship pers of tbe Stite and at the same time not unjust to the rail road is one of the most delicate and difficult tasks with which the Railroad Qommission has to deal and unless the members thereof possess considerable technical knowledge on tills subject they are powerless to deal with it ef fectively however intelligent they mbybe on other lines It is a knowledge that can be acquired by the most capable man only after months and years of hard labo Judge Newman has spent more than ten years of his life in actual and practical solution of the rate problems and by reason of bia profound and iiptlmate knowledge of these matter MrC C McChord now a member of the Interstate Comnvrce Commission when he was Chairman cf the Kentucky Railroad Commission induced Mr Newman to tlake charge of its rate department in which capacity be rendered valuable service until tbe Republican secured control of the commission It is perhaps not too much to say that no office in the State r quires a higher degrceof tech nical knowledge that valuabe md effective work may bA done for the people than dues that of Railroad Commissioner A may be ever so hcnest manI gus and capable in a genea- way yet unless he his some special i training fIr this work be can do but very little guod Judge Newman iis lonc t he i capable heiis courageous and no nui the State is better equipped by special training for his work than he He sbrein legal Jibe and inherits a natural legal mind being a son of that able lawyer and dfs tinuiahedjurist Judge John E Newman tbe author of a law book entitled Newman onPlead Lug and Practice which is high professioniel pffiep this day and perform all b 310 functions with exceptional abllitys We do not believe the people of thiadistribt coiid Grid a man better sutte oy private worth exalted Character and special trAining for this office f y Read What Customers Say InTaylorsyille coull1b1eprice so reasonable It is not only well made and styliili but is a ItIui friends tltittIne until you will have some orders from this part of the coun butnfora buggy therefore I shall encourage and make as many cIcs as possible to show toy appreciation T C Williams McDonald Tenn write I received my r haslookedvehicle and I am well pleased with It I hop that I may be the cause of your selling more in this country Edward Thornton Fox Chase Philadelphia Pa says I find lmrofeWr up elrldJn you claim it It is very at a time no fatigue I was somewhat pessimistic and inclined to take some of your strong assertions with precaution not having purchased many goods from advertisements From your manly straIghtfromtheshoulir respondence I was persuaded to send my order I am fully con vinced your method of doing business has been the secret of your ucceu and when next in the market for a carriage the order lure to fo to you buggytheroad test and f find it exactly as you rcjrecniesiIt to m IaliIperfectly satisfied with it In every respectin factiI have seen none that uiIy for a touch higher price feel have value receivedi cent of my Investment andharnesseral people who have seen my buggy talk like they would orilrr a adyatitIneof your buggies as he asked me to write you for one Emory M UcCord Greenwood cwrites We are more than pleased with the buggy you shipped us the first June and now it is December 6th and every one who tees it wani to know where we got it We have had a good many to Ilk how much we paid for it and they seem to be more tiiin surprised at tie price paid for such a bueyA friend bought a new Lucsjr after we got our a srelt llOO for it wiliout barness Vhen we get ready for another new buggy we will not think of Luring front anyone but you I am sending you names of friends I do hueyou will be able to sell each a new buggy ofdrlYmust say that the harness and buggy are certainly made with great care both workmanship and election of material i would like for your painter to send me some brown paint just a very small amount to apply to a few places I notice have been marked by shipping Any time I can be the cause of an order being sent you by my friends I win consider I hve bclp1 both theta and yourself Lawrence Meluein R F No Reeds Mo writes I am boughtfrommaybeItfor I think ou have done me enough favors and gave me such a anythingi when it is worth whilf Factory than Judge Newman ard as such we cordially commend him to the vo ers thereof Mooresville Mr Frank Janes and wife spent Sunday with his mother Mw Janes of Springfield v Weareglad to say Mrs J W Hays is bettec at this writing ira and Mrs F M Carney was culled to the bed side of his moth Mrs Martha Carney wliojs very low at writing Miss Bessie Moore spent Sat urtUy and Sunday with Mrs Dlie Humphery Mr James Grh shy and family Yes Sir f We save you all and and to stop aen l and travel on high Our entire is by have and We are 1 sell them to you at the price and save you all the of the We have sold of of dollarsr worth of vehicles and harness direct from to consumer and every sale has been a clean cut from the SMASH the eyes of some We are sorry for regret that our to success should be strewn with wrecked hopes and of those who have tried in vain to hold us back we have dealers agen s mail order catalog houses and other who seek to gather twt or three prof price and because we save you all the expense and profits of the they should not grow dhd throw things at Bohon for neither I nor my and friends are to blame it is simply the Jaw of d mand at vork Folls will buy where they can get the mot for l eir money Thats the whole matter in a mibhell Our plan hits the middle man because the vehicle users of this have mr a up their mind to do oil the line from factory to user rather than on the ijzag line from mAker trav cling dealers agents or catalog supply houses to uicr Is there a reason 1 You must either buy or you must either pay three or one profit on your vehicles and harness When E dealor buys a vehicle he buys and must pay two or more profits before he takes the vehicle from the grate Now if you buy of a dealer you must not only pay these tvo or three profits but in addition you must pay the dealers profit and also his selling expense profits in alt When throw dust in your eyes find out for get the facts then decide If you do this you wilt surely buy of Bohon and save agents dealers and by Our 30000 Bank Bond Every BoKon vchfclc Is sold on a thirty days free rpad trial We want you to try it as your own cubmit to any test and tilen decide whether you want to keep it Coxtmpare it closely point for point with other vehicles in your eitherin use or offered for sale and if you are not fully convinced that we have furnished you the best made the finished reason you are not satined and if the vehicla is not exactly as and in strict accordance with our clair iswa will take it back and stand all the loss If after the trial you keep itcs ve know you willyou are protected J I against any loss or trouble resulting from defective material or for ffif ever at any timeit matters nt whet whether one twos three five or ten years L any piece or part proves impel feet we will replace or repair it free of charge f X As an absolute to you under this s trtne we have deposited with f the Mercer National Bank of this city our legall Kiins bond for 30000 and if we ever make a claim under the guarantee that we l d not carry out we can be made to forfeit this bond Just stop and think what hi means to buy o vehicle under a lifelong unlimited guarantee backed by a bank Load If we did not make as fine C vehicles as it is possible to produce how could we make such an offer 4 the small repair shops here in Central that one vehicles in the course of a year for we them by the and sell them all over the United States as well as in many We have every new ma chine every We have hcre as fine a of vehicle builders as was ever gotten by any firm They are 6 l Our Large Viili Annual Capacity of 20000 Finished Vehicles + this spent Jay with Mrs Isaac Bodi no of Mr Fred and family visited her father Mr Hardin one dn1 last week of Willisburg Mr and Ms Budine Mr Dick Bodine and wife were of Mr J N Bodine of a Mr Thomas Virgin spent Mr Ed Gott ly and family of Valley Hill Miss Mattie Hetidj ix line re turned home from a visit to her sister Mrs Edt Ctimm ck s a y Agents Dealers Wholesalers Jobbers profits C9mmissions wedont have traveling salesmen pensive hotels around salaries business conducted mailwe eliminated everyextra unnecessary expense manufacturerightwholesale rakeoff middlemen Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman hundreds thousands factory straight shoulder between middleman thiswe pathway thwarted ambitions Personally nothing against jobbers middlemen doingbusinessmiddlemen peevish customers supplyand country business straight through salesmen jobbers directly indirectly pOfits indirectly absolutely etrafqur thandealersyourself jobbers salesmens commission Thirty Days Free Road TrialLi- fe Long Guarantee Backed neighborhood handsomest thatjydealingperfectly represented absolutely workmanship protection MODERN FACTORY anyinproductionKentucky possibly assemble hundred manufacture thousands foreign countries laborsaving practical nnangement kngvn collection together anywhere menpf unsound etpesial1y midJItnin clean they who their Visit office if hides made every other know facts about why Behon style the every really knew truth facts liflSt fifteen times in Come to See UsVist Us at Saturday andUIJ Uloomfield Cheathain George theguiss BIoumilnd Sluday MissICarney audMrs Sun4ayivith experience conscientious yourself personal vehicles highest quality Kentucky wonderful alreadjr tremendous OufFactoryWhy make us n visit Come to Harrodsburg fee yourself look our Examine the highgrade use through our model from and see vast force lhighclass skilled mechanics turning asifine vehicles as are being made in world If cant come send a postal today our free Vithout doubt it is the book vehicles want you to have a ItaJiowtVicws of construction our superior equipment it shdwsdn xjolors ou vehicles are painted upholstered and hu more styles than will l in twenty dealers Here is a picture of cover of It is most elaborate vehicle harness catalog pub t Jishedit is a regular vehicle and harness encyclopedia ApostaI with on it will bring you book return mail with postage I IMrs Hubert Virgin spn Mr Ray Pile and Mis Myrtle Carney attended church at Mt Ziop Sunday jtMountain Cllmblnfl Melchlofl the famous Sw guide who has died at thfi 01 eightysix could remember the time when mountaineering as a popular pastime had not been Invented was evidently the use In 1838 the year when Murrays first Handbook to Switzerland was Issued la the of this devoted to Mont J31 notkeauthor contemptuously points o tthatHit Is A somewhat remarkable fact that a large proportion imind backwopdnnan ThereAWtNoSuthAnhnnli- That LaekoW the1JnitetiI StylesThan Findin2ODealersStores OUR LARGE IImoral men our factory for how Bohon vital interest you vehicle wants the how makes the best the world vehicle user in the about the values givein spitcJ four would have tQincreaig factory to the demand t not and over material we factory end end out tile you for large catalog finest ever issued and how and you stores the catalog the ever card your this by paidI THE DTBOHON COMPANY Harrodsburg Ky 1 MrdiPatjMrnight Andregs Such section work ntrofthis MUST TREAT PRISONERS WELL Rational Codes of Honor Lay Down Conditions Under Which They Are aHeld In Captivity In ancient times prisoners war were killed of course the be ligerents found It more profItable to exchange or liberate theta Tin 80m But nations are bound to On another by a code of honor whlcli forbids Inhuman treatment of prison are subjected to no punilontI in any Ions ireltnl must they be placed In k convict prison although they may be delalnedr tna fortress camp or town A reasonable supply nourishment be by their captors they are regarded as befng In of the government of the captor and not the control gf thpae who actual ly capture them jil oQ aill belonglnus remain in tn nnmpCT rf prisoner 1 but ams a Some people are pratt7brd to convince when they don t wtntMo be the old on his first visit to the circus for instance lie walked cautiously around the ciraffe looked the tall Jclloi op one sidu and down the pther for about fire minutes then shifted hIs quid from one side of his mouth to the otherlook off his glasses wiptA them carefully 4nd turnicsr to the at I tendaat aLi It Huh 17v old fellow reminds me of the fieopJe who say has no factory Bohon v hides lick quality made to fell not to weir etc t honestly thought his eyes were playing tricks while the follow who says Bohon does not make hIghest grade vehicle In his ow factory rigbt in Lirrodsburg is trying for a selfish purpose to deceive you Dont let the dealer agentl or throw dust la your eyes Get the FACTS for yourself for any agent or dealer that tells you that we do not mznua flure our vehicles right here in out own factory d so in order to sell you a vehicle and pocket a Ug profit We a factory equal in equipment to any vehicle factory in States BAR NONE and ability and are like work and you can and see ve are Our factory is of and to and user who to and very and If and we business r we our at ten p1y for factory go to our of on we copy and find this and name all qe ot unless for today of7 must pro Tided them and the power under the Like Bohon here know hue here horse and military papnn caD op cuu flscatei Jthese constituting oooiy QoTerasacstscan put theIr prisoners of war to work tat only stICk work as accords wHk ths prt rank and eaJick1 Also tfccwork mwit not be exccwtve orrelate U JtUlttry mat ters uHT In aU cases nint the Ilabor befMor A frttoner always lives la hope of being ecbue4 fer a jrtebaer ot him owl LeyeenIiEChanZS1 t tectH tla aecohuwc- la W1tJa agreeisot wWck Use lace and awtKo4 of ex cbangsawtiUj tt1I4 TeRenerlly that of stHct requtvak U man for map rank for raak dlMWHty for disability An ofllcer caa obtain greater trefr dom of etiiaM rivlkf a while bejfjf a prktoaer Gwar iif lie makesovt a pare a written tt verbal promise jU Qces glvls him parole pledges his kff f to refrala fro x particular course et Ct4iet4 nile makas ktMk 01 w iiaaty hG t IhetyIJ c OurLargel8OI Page Catalog Shows More maintains undersells mOvematoc IHrato of Pre 5lous Stones Tho history 9f tim employment ot tbatkagoddesses whose wrshJpcdeffigies were ornamented with them East dia was ages ago the great source of supply alhd many of the rarest stones in existence were stolen from the oyca and foreheads of the ancient gods of that country the thieves often being followed to the ends of thd earth and murdered to regain the precious Crone ure which was Intimate associated wltkthemosl sacred and mysterious of oriental rites The acquirement of diamonds especially became a pas sion with kings queens anti nobles InJkeaolder day precious stones were always regarded as the richest oh tIm loot MzflmmIAAs RCBROWN- r AGENT FOR entuckyt Growersr Insurance Co OP LEXINGTON KY Iasurea Against Fire Lightning Wind Far iis and Growers risks a specialty KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Rates Reasonable Telcpbontl55- SPRfl4GFIELD t KYN DR JC MUM I Physician and Surgeon j X 8toOamOfficef t t m 0ver Hay don a Drug Store DRW 1 TRU- SrYIDENTISTe Office over Hay On Barber Pental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed f jtPf R J II4MIL TONM 1SP NGFIELD KY Office on Main Cross StreetPh no 20 73Ot83OAMJV t OfficeHoursiOOto300i fDRMWI4YATTPeo VOMfice over Springfield State Bank Office hours 1080 a m f to12 UL 4 to 5 p m 4f WF GRIOBY- ATTORNEYAT r r LAW Office over Peoples Hank tBPRINGFIKLR KY j t SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing and geim1cldal ot aU antlseptlc6 is R 7 7 J117 A soluble Antiseptic Powder to L be dissolved in water as needed 2 As a medicinal antiseptic for douches Intreating catarrh Inflammation or ulceratlon of nose throat and that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal For ten years the Lydia E Pinkham reaMd1cIneCohas v IhlwomenIhl Strawberry PJantfifin i iP1T AND SHADE TREES fand our first offering of the re J 1 if i irnirkablesa1 BF Mammofltli Pearl Potato 0Jw CdH P Hilleflpieyer 4 Sons Ifi4i Lpxington Ky 1915 Spring Cleaning l w Fairy Spring blithe and gay Is dancing through theairv While birds andbroOks and brezespiay The musk sweet and rare Bright flowers blossom her feet L And sunshine gilds her urotiAnd all the JJrtierd Old Winter spied her sunny locks And shook his hoary head Frost elves snow sprites together i socked 10And with theirmaster fled And fairy Springand fairies fair We welcome in theirsteaduFor winters chill we do notc ra When Spring her joy will shed Th hAndweavingtt The biooks ae whispring as they rove To budsthat wave above New life new hope new love now reign In all that live rife Through hill and v jWJtheir echoes ring And fill the heart with glee r jThebusy housewife must adorn CJ1i f5erb5me with lovlrig care So that in sunshine and in stormbSweet peace will stilkreign there A little paint with deftness spread Will many a heartache pare Forjaintyon know can maVga home AVhere tcea hut stood thVre tNow this painter you mustknSw aIIYour home he will change foryon so About him you will rave Your paper too heJl Jadlyhang And here too you wjljlBave x tThis is best done in earl Spnng And this man is youremie Albert Nopnan is tho gnVfj Albert tIs the man f 1 Ge him now to the time wjlUfly Andhes the one who can J9ypur work the very best 2 t Arid dOlt in a span AIbirtNoonaneow dontforget ijitienr the Painter Man Notice 4Jl H Peyuolds Admr etc Plff vtNotice HP Goode Gdn etc Dfts ViEuVsuant to anordcr uCUie Wash Jihgthh Uiruit Court entered at its February term 1915 notice is hhreby given to all parties holding clarKs against the sstate of Della Keyiiblds detfdjp Springiiedto present them properly 15 1915 or they will be estopded from dol g thereafter This March 17 1915 C F BGSLEY Master Comm e er W C5 C T i InfIin tn I JOWNi1i1 r r rpsi mnn iW W iinWj Local Happenings of Interes Pte Freshest aid Latest L11AbouYourae1rjriends 11 11and Acquaintances MM IMM UW r 11ej4ifI Seed pota toand oglifpen ncrl afc MnTiliirmifc May g lfS P Thompson rr 3 has for sale 1000 locust post 11K L Clements JR R 2r q fpsalaOrchard Grass Seeat For Sale Aigopd work riSid brood ware j fI Harry Derringer Valley lii iJI J T Vheat1ySprinfleli 5 tjboxl2bornmale calfIRryouTwantbbetsedUptoesan1 b t t on cOlure Mayes f ISFor100 each f MrsJ 1 Mait Hi1 1pForn 100 yard 50 cents Phone I19X 4 an jdthis office or H R Eddleman Sam Tucker R 1 has fur sa one good work mare and rc jersey tows good milkersb Pure White Burley tobacco seed for sale by Mary Brown r Grundy Ij B Di Clement Springfield R 2 has fur sale Biled Hay and Straw j M Mrs Margaret Noonan Route has for sale S 0ii R 1i Red f Egg 50j per setting l FoRe SALE Three thoroughi f bred JBereiord Bull Calves 3ig thdyt fers S P Thompson Ibi- e1trMitita point ihj nfxt tim ii JcJome to town to look after dti subscription to theNews Leader ffildsetItJpr aleI have a grod work 0lkdriviugao a one horse surrey T D lapp For sale or tentSix oom Residence on Covlngtou Ave Springfield Ky W HO F W barton FOR SALE5 male shotes grandsons of Old Defender igbiqg ItO lbs Rad forber vice Also two sows J E Wheatley For Sale Sitigte Comb White ghorn Eggs 75 cnn s frur set goof 15 Alto Mamm h Dnz Turkey Esus S3 50 fo 12 Mrs Reed Saldm LA meeting of the sioskliolders the Washington County Faav Association will be held at the office of W Grigsbj n xttat t rday II 11Forands hiih mouse colored good bone and is by Henry Edelerii Jack 5 yeirs old Black Jack pastlbyG W Fenwick The small PIX ituation c n i Unues alright und therehaej eri no new case devel pfd The Board of Health held a met intg a Jewr days ago and deter mined to keep the resiriclicns in force a few days longer uuti ll trouble ia pst Fiscal Court The Va hinRton Couny Fi rruesdayij TOPICS tun TJ1noo Modell Sanitary rr Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard beJfused in connection withIi one off t consldIa In regard to the appication for stab aid on the roadsj Mr ss of the State Deatrnebt was in the county Jast week to view the different roads on which stale aid has befen asked andJ seemed favorably irapesse with tha countys outlook for reuorthhas been stnt to the State 1 rtment a report will be made to this cuny as to the manner in which it is to he applied IMr and Mrs C Fred Van j rsdale are rejoicing over the 0arrial of a son NighVlehlIIe picture show which has eei closed for the past ten days will open Friday night wi h the Million Dollar Mystery loughlIIUmlg a II Caught With The Goods byfMarshalll last Saturday night will nine gallons of liquor in his possess n The Marshall had llearned at Phillips had gone toBurdsj town and was on the lookout for s return Phillips got off the iin at Valley Hill and drove th ughaud when he reached the Shea Branch out across andI came into town by way off IWeWILLIAMS Millinery Opening Friday Saturday Invitingly OPENING i 0 Lincoln Run r ad but the fbc rs usppcieri his g me ad appre le del Imu Ue was taUen into custody and a charg v of ring inj liquor lire local ter itiiory for the purpose of de On his trial Tuesday he claimed that He had biougtt t the liquor for various parties but the Court evidently did nott elievehis star as a tine of S10J and 10 days days in jjAH was entered ii Good Job ILand TLe Houston Chronicle ofr Marrhoih cjniai an item of interest to the people of Wash ingfut tjt umy in tire announce ment hIlL Mr John 11 Ronerts h is been em1iolyedfly the Texas afn iH Sie l a m agerofa large stelI pantl it Gilvesion Tex s Mr Rob erts is a son of 1h dMrs Robers of this city and i jawell krovn man Here crivcd his tduc tioi in the tchJols of SprindleldaliclLe2 ington he was always dis ttnguishcd as being a studious iaiaOn Saturday larch 11 I I We will present for yoUr con I IeluSIvet I FOSTEIt SMITH1Sft r F- aIvt JA J9J Ij Q iji SPRING OPI3NING- I riI FRIDAYand SATURDAY iMARCH 26 and 0Iline of Pattern and Trimmed Ha i Novelties and every 4 thing pertaining to Millinery A Favorable Consideration Will Be Appreciated i WATHEN ULNpr9 D t 4x pupil while in school and js nbw reapjng the rewards of his schoolastic labor Congratula lions John aCircuit Court CICsks Circuit court closed its regular tIFebruarv term last Saturday The case f Moores LiuerAx Co vs Leo Hay don reulted iin a judginant fr deftjudtnt The John Hale rote motion resulted in a judgment for defendant The case of Com vs Peter Yocum charged with hog stealing resulted in a verdict of vone yeat and not more than oneyear and one day in the penitentiary a like verdict was retained in another charge against him for obtaining money under false p etenses In the Com vs E G Holiday and Proctor a demurrer was sustained to the indictment On Friday five young men who had been convicted and give term in the penteniary were arought out before the e u tfur sentence and on Saturday were tiuen by Sheriff Eddl wan g d his deputies Gorge Poweil Hubert Virgin and g D Hale to the Penitentiary at Stanley Graves chargei with aiding a prisoner to ecape was tiiedoufci Friday acd foundnot gull tv Ilhe grand jury ad juuined FrU invite you to attend f Formal Ii and March 26 and 27 Prices Low ON DAY option preferred is Association young 27 Masters Frankfvrt day after icturninp the roln wi ing infli iuie ts tnurd r turkey steii jr false lwearillg hqif stealing 1 aiding prisone to scape 1 ptlit Jareeu a1ti ueivinir soln property 3 shoot cllrryirgtconcealed weapon 4 breach of peace 1 selling liquor in local option territory 16 gaming rIn several of the above more Ithan one person iis included i 0Belovedfit Sister Mary Dolores ONqal died at St Catharines Jat Silt day afternoon after an hUn Si ojt several months She was J5 years of ae and was well known by a larire uimberof persons iio this county Funeral services wer c nduct d ufcjt Citnarines Tuesday oy Father Sbrader t 0Dies in Missouri Word has been leceived here of the death in Kansas CitY Mj of Joseph Mtintk ornery hew s a son of tlie late Richard Mtni mery and was born in tnirc uuty Hbimi 55 years gqat Ivdt here unnl his tunnood wile be eiii tItIe West vvhoje he c jnimutut 10 reside qnil nis- death He AasiCmin hignly re garded by eveiyOdy while he lived here and always held his native county in tenWi rccoliec lion iWatheri The remains of Edgar Watben arrived here on the noon train yesterday and interment was in St Rose cemetery Mr Waihen- was a sou of the late Dr Waiheo 0and was bOrn and reared in this county His wife who was a MisSpaldingi died a few years ago tie mst his death in Lou iisville by being run over by a = train on which he was working He bvfan Isft EEone sister Mrs jWheailey r PERSONAL Miss Kat Olem nts entertained F idav in n4MbsMr John A PoJn was in Greensburg Monday Mehsrs J A Boulware i G C JoePtinThursday McElroyrJarihiSa father atjlhist Judge John E Newman of Eardstown candidate for Rail road Comuissioher was here yesterday jlIr Ben Lancaster of Leba non was here Wenosday Mr Magoffin Hardin of Bar rodsbura was here last Thuii duy an lIt gval bu iness Miss Bessiei RibertP is visiting relatives in Lexington Vanc Il Aslirve boon absent froithyour neuy colum is fol quie a while I will tryjp fihourr guiar space ag in This writing finds us rejoicinc 1the pretty weather and YoI 0j inir a grt deal of farm work such as plowing burning tobacco beds and sowing oats Mr Jas Gray Hardest dtiilMr and Mrs H B Bon ofMtZitn were guests of Mrs dalI were guqst 9f reatiyts in Nelson count last week 11iss Zua Weekly was the guest of hjr grandparents dur the past week jt tMr W S Y Goodlettbf Rards town was in uur vcitiity Friday Mr and Mrs ML Reed w re att the b thidefthuf rmers broth erMt H nrv bid Thursday nihtand report him a no be lur 0Mtguests of relatives at Wo dluwn Sunday las- teategladtoknowthat our popular road engineer has con centrated part of his force in our vicinity and we wish to con gratulate him on the exce lent work being done We hope to bPjJitvewe will Mr alid Mrs Thomas Virain of Maud Rufus Goocljett and family of flardesty and Mr and Mrs Ernest Goatley of neat town were guests at the home of Mrs E F Go itley Sunday Mrs Minnie Sunder of Wood lawn wos the guest of Mrs W T Ream one or two days lastI weekMrand Mrs W TI Beam were guests uf Mrs Henry niJed net ir- WitltsburgSunday Mr and Mrs Ed K r wii ro guests of thtt tatters parents thntiay r Mr Jlas Lvur has returned home utter atumdiii the fun fll of his uncle in Loui ville Mr James McCabe of Spring lhold wasthe guest of ifrs W B Ballard several days last week The Misses Clarkstpns and Thompsons of Science Hal were yereinourvicinltySunday Mr Howard McElroy of Springfield visted relatives here Sunday The ladies of the Presbyterian church will hevefor sile calms dressed hens and hums etc Saturday Aprit 3 at the Court Eou J hJ w Bringing Opportunity j To TheFarcncr When the Democrats ot Kentucky select a candidate for Governor next August itwill w ell for them to realize that the agricultural needs of this State present the most important issue with which they are confronted Everywhere thcdemand for rural development and scientific farming ts inI the uir and largely because it has been shown by economists that the notorious high cost of liviri is due to bad farming and the rural depletion During the last census period the population of this country increased 21 per cent while farm preduction4n- creased only 10 per cent The produii tion of wheat increased only 38 per cent and the corn production actually decreased 43 per cent The farmer has not kept pace with the progress of otljer industries He has been slow toIfollow up the advantages of scientific discovery and modern invention When other industries and interests were hay IDS their needs written into the laws of the States and wasItransportation greater educational op portumties and a hundred conv nienI cies which he sees the city enjoying Hence a great number ot farmers have been led to believe that in order to avoid lhec drudgeries of rural life and enjoy larger opportunities they must move to the city They faibd to appreciate the idea of bringing cpporfumty to the farm Ad a result cities have been over tilled at the expense of the rural commu nity Farms are poorly tended whit thousands go unemployed and hungry m over crowded cities in order to offset this social and economic evil the cry of back to the farm has been raiecd and the movement has been set afoot Drudgery is to be minimized by the introduction of better machinery- W are to have scientific methods of production In short this nationwide movement means tljat the farmer is to have twentieth century improvements nd conveniences no less than other- businessmen It means that the centre of influence wilt be movednenrerthe farm and the farmer will again come into his own Since agriculture is by long odds Ken tuck n most important industry it is the ates industrial opportunity to take vantage of the movement for agricul ral betterment and for this reason cery voter should consider sari ously tho candidacy 6f J W Newman Having ably served as Commissioner of Agriculjre he as Governor will be most able to promote the welfare of the farming interest He stands firm on his platform for the promotion qf agriculture That as Commissioner of Agriculture he showed marked execu tive ability is proven by his record for example in putting the Kentucky Stat Fair Association into prominent run nine order and in handling the dreadec hoof df1J mouth epidemic Another consideration which make me election of a Governor wn is fa miliar with the farmers needs jpore opportune now than at any other time is the fact tnat toe European War has enormously enhanced the value of farm commodities and opeiicd up new sources to the wideawake producer Speaking before delegates of the United States Chamber of Commerce Presi cit Wilso recently said Has it oc c ured to you I wonder that we tire just upon the eve of a timo when our ie partment of Agriculture will be of in rite importance to the whole world There js a shortage of food in the world now That shortage will mote serious in a few months from now than it is now It is necessary that wo plant a great deal more It is necessary that our land should yield more per acre than it dues now and the methods of our farmers must feed upon the information to be derived from the State De roinIState heeding the wordsof this fore- mostl Democrat of the land wilt consid cr the candidacy of J Newman who liS best acquainted with the paramount question fo the daythe farmers need Washington County Farmers for Sale 1 HHeckney Stallion 0 years lolI h ioi1 pring dies1 nut sorrel 16 hands nigh jdocktd star Mid snip hind ankles white ugh actor good breeder and sound 2 Blacks Stallion J ear old this spring loi hands high t y Kentucky Todd 2y8j by AJ er ton 2 opt novertr lined vfurspted but has naturall speed bYen one eighth in 18 Good prospect ahowrhuiSeiini sound 3 Light bay mare curBing yearsold star hiudunkits white 15f hands high actor 8hw iniro and sound by Moko Pearl 22w dam by Knight Jr Bioud by filly 15 2i COIP ing 3tarsotl by M ko Pear NurIm re and sound Ths s a choice lot of horst s anil the best on tin ma ket fur sale Goll r asons fjr seilms Come and btetntm tu y will bear ujOi6 tDspec ion Prica right P F HENNESSYV Box 874 SrjriiigHBldlKy V t Forest View rto i l Will you Raid Editor make space onceinjire in yaw cruwn for your Foreit Vje v Correspond ent after such long absence Mrs Ed OBryan of Uebantn spent Sunday with her pJnqnts 0hera0We 4 T nL r i 11- 15r y n 1 RoroftieConditionotht I FIRST NATIONAL Ki NK 1 att Springfield iin the State of Kentucttli of business March 4 1915 r k j No 1767 1 tIt Ft RESOURCES r 4 Loans and Discounts t 8743Overdrafts secured 2 unsecured23515 236156 5ooooOther00Subscription2OOOcxBanking522500Due42Duecities M 708055 Due from approved reserve agents in other reserve 3549596DueFractional currency nlckles and cents 206B8 j 5 Checks on banks in the same city or town tjl prting banks 30685 l 0 Notesofother National banks 266500 Lawful money reserve in bank s pecie 942150 I 1192800Rcdemptlonfud 50000Internalt Total ja432391 t wi- JLi J 000 00 IIIILIAHILITJE5 JCJ 50000700 2itt J said t 1879 3 5000000 190288 r 560090Demandsubject to check + 168043 86 S in less than 30 days 6681 V 11IndividuaJJeposits 300017984070 dUe on oi after 30 days 30179 j374 9 r l STATE I OP KENTUCKY COUNTY dLths OP tVAsmNGTON ss 1 i i 1i1 REfosTfcRjNptaryPutUcrCorrect B L LITSEY k V H M GKUNDY iHERYBKEENE iIiI if Director it I6 MMM pp letter Buggy for Your Money Coa crJlsJi jca lull Ames SeehoWcluirthe Ames a built uptoIRun Li htcr lutloiigerYou reel buggy wine ind bucjy satisfaction for tnjtMnj like the aooej 1wTTJa I AO KIMBALL AMES DEALER SPRINGFIELD 1 The Fact ReniainsTN- o amount of misrepresentation bydc i peddlers of alum baking powders no jut gling with chemicaior pretended or cookedup ccrfifidates falsehoods of kind changethe fact that j Royal Baking Powder t has beea lond the oIII cia txamlzailofls to be of ffce 7 highest leaveniNg efflclemcy j free from ailvm and 01 absrtate I purity amd wholesoHiesiess Royal Baking Ppwdet indispensable- for making finest and economical food James Naly no better at this writing Miss AleriScdnnell of Louis vide spending this wtek with the Misses Rineys Miss Cambron spent Sunday with Miss Elizi and Gather OVize Miss Nellie Carrlco ll Mo day and Tueidy with Mr and M rs Bernard Smith Miv Joo Rvans and iughlei of Ciscilsville Is spendtga few drys with Mr nnJMrs Job V OBrjan Mr and Mrs G K Hamjlloi vMited the Jattrs parents Stir Jai Miss Lzzie Orkies or Spring tield spe t a few days with her the Mrs tit nry Orkies of thf place M osepliRiney returned lo his in Detroit Mfchign Pfjtr day ater spending eriii reelfs with his mother here Mi s R t ie Collins of W od lawn topeot sunday wJt4 1Jio Prudie and Clara Oarric ftb1sp- lace Emanuel ed ilS veryl ill at Uiis writing Mrs Arthur CsirricoVnd children of Paywifk wilt lefe jqcIIJnoiso Friday Mi Cahico is at the present tethey were formbilyof thli pUot- Mfs Annie BSJJl spentti Vedndsdy wfth Mxftii1 Mrs 0 M Smithcto v or CrMMaOMKMtaeky The T5or tlutc a Lsjy tLould be Riglit in price 3 fawoik muuhip EMJ Mml led Laded ike penonal joartntee of MtF AAmet theheatld oaqderf of tte grtit Anita 1000000 m facteriei KY j 4 anjjyns or any can by is most Lucy m home 0Mrs where WOMAN C01ILB ftAROLYSTANBa BecaUse of IWrible leek ache Relitrtd by LyiK VrhiePhfladelphia PaI mrfTwed from placement Md ft1f1a a w had mysidesbMkaebe that I could hardly itand I took rix bottles of LcIi LThihm- VegetableCom poflaas BOWl can do any srnt ci- twoeksteepgoodct goodanddositharbftoftNilhe ILriWE1PinFsiixm1625DeStNiya Pa A otker Wtmnfm CaProvidence RLI cio tipcak too highly of yrVeableCapuett ssltbssdow eIfoeeIo-dtbewItbstlt Ikadadb Jaad backache rdlYMrd WKi ud wai thor g WI Itook Lydl Vitiibk CompoaL It- belpetMeaal IaMIdwbItoZ health atpees iit IWodta f =alday iielllU== tt1 MllaJolyfrIIecH MriAiW apIl 1JIIJ JttckMe LL Degsr SIgs to W te 4yAcllidb 5h pcl b tiu4ii tsy a qf r M mtrI=Obterlc If f 4tit virtue r- V f V7W 7 i + 1iO HGA mliUFfl mdt1Fi + i ta Return He Saved Hr I i Fnm Grave ami imminent DIrthlz my DOfiOTHYii I jQ 1Cfa2bQI WUOISO the Idle Spoor He kA ipettk greater part et IIII1Ife Ja ceadesuurtioa of those tt effto irhtlMd eac 4 either by tk ita ttttYorQr by that of their 1fQ4 4jUrft te hare acquired wealth Crafttinf VM oe or thoie men who beIieM that the 1fbrJ5i ail tie idle Jricfc owed aIm a livingna9 OB Crtaboro side however and J a clrcwBstance that somewhat less tuned the conclusive evidence against MiUn frO the fact that he had been ofpilaned at an early day In his life Uelhg ora retiring nature he badEfcqver Inveigled himself into a circle jotter than one of indifference to his ion welfare Those within his circle Jbad no mbltlon ot their own and anyonefC1ib Cranborn drIfted Into man thood without an Influence for good er evil having left its mark on him v from balackjjaad Craaborn found himself at twen vtylve lyjnr in a hospital without th e Mftir itrengtko undergo an oprat1a Ierhapr for the flrpt time In his life Cranbora desired to llv 8pzAg He wined he spent sJeM soy on cigarettes and more t W kML M that hit body would not Iv uSiTfliB kWBllIating position of absiject BAspark of anger 1 1MH 4 IB his eyeLAI1 the strength lItlJal mind concentrated Itself in cMfeauiaVoK of the rich and idle whe la uII not only food in abundance but ill the luxuries that he lacked TJw soft purring of a limousine atm tk keipllal door only augmented Cranborns grievance and he turned his face to the wall He would not have Relieved had he been told at the l MOK t that the young lady stepping dut ettie limousine hid come that 1 jthetvtMMt Slight be transfused into his Crankorni Velns l Wke4f turned his face from the wall at the command of the surgeon Cranbora shrank within himself Beautifuli and glowing with won erfml vitality and health was the ligirlThlf young lady is going to give yptt a Bew life Doctor fcyman said am going to transfuse some of her Vteod Into your body ii wont have her do It Cranborn nattered weakly and turned his shamed face away from the radiant 1 j girl li whose eyes shone a great f pitylaJut you the pleasure It will afford me she Mid quickly in a voice so musical that Cranbora vibrated with the rhythm of It You see I have been on Doctor Lymans list for a long time end never before have I been allowed to give my blood to any of his pa UenU Now he has called me here Ibecau1 Diy blood agrees in certain pathological particulars with yours and do so what io do this little good In theirorid t She was Ipoklng xj it 7fl JIl lg nos Into the eyea she bad compelled to meet her Swifc si lliave iferythlng In the world save the knowledge that I have saved a human life Surely you not rob me of this opportunity WJll1 A weak sob shook Cranborna JJlandh closed ills eyes 1i Ddctar Lyraan motioned the girl to rempvethSrwrapa The orgeou then prepared his largQ caliber needle by whIch thCi vein to vein sewing and consent scarring is avoide but Cranbora ImiMt have been uncon isclousdtlriag the proceeding for he knew B0 inpfeuntlla warm content ed seffH oTwell being permeated his body The room had grown lark tMMd he was alone except for hisInurse who sat quietly beside him CranborjL j pOld have spoken save that a coMpfttissei6se ot shame held 0 klm allen A wQHwn or rather a I BMre girl ancl oneof the Idlerlilrhe4 bad so Systematically condemned bati gtveaer Uftt blood to sa 3hm1 His uI4I1le i gobo fdraiothlng body had been3stlL itrjeogth nfed and Kiade whole by the act of charity that not one out of a thousand perIaoas juld offer Euro blood did w lIadIttllewas making the blood sacrifice forI 1 the tweatyflve dollar fee she could efra CrMikorn iiilght have remained weinor his early manhood ra frjteMfee fact that a girl beautiful wealthy and refined had si practically ker11fe that his MVN ftwc Cranborn once otreredI aJl thM Into a path where no owa oftiAst failures were to darken thwitAfter the successful operation be jtoyi rfjcajninc his strength and plan mlacsqme kind of a future for thin Hff The tlrl1 IBdlth McYlckef came a few iiyjkalferward to see how Cran asjsureiiilijr the triinsfuslon Doctor Lymanf- I idylied the call since Cranborn ysg torn jay doubts as to tier yet lire lint why 40 feel called upon to risk your life in this way for one 4Lkat ybS worfhlesat Doctor man tells Jl a that your name Is dirnor on the lists if tour surgeons and that Ian mlghtbei called upon at any time te JBIUQ this aacrfficer CranBoru r Mheti her while his eyes looked f onesff brotkeflB lie world was saved to me ky the ge eroua transmission j lfeced hIm by a man wblchI town a Jout I have always i i to tctek until I could give a life for a We and in s9me way repay tJt great lOt ofgra itttd The man wfeo MLiitt Biy brother his climbed up tbe WI4er of fame BOW and And you save gjtven your life tQ CraHbem 14lott1tofnd 1 too Qo4 wiHbMTf I1Jtilhl up JgaVltyrfcl t eel b iy L J fkatmy name willl fSirthe surgeons Hat i iy yours I too will sal1fe1oalife Tfk4 i bad left klm Cranborn p illied lIt fro the moment of J ci late hi lIfeJie had IBM itv H a diferesilBa Was tt bet Mmrnti W w jniwak s 4IWiaitbl- at g t 1 bwadei wIy Thatl wr fOf kTi4aaE l more t4i vJdent iia 4w l tlf calin Joy that raoiatea mroosu her being She had not so definitely e X1 SU1thatfeeUng at the first 1tnr and Craahorn knew that If doing good makes one so completely happy then rood it was that he tended to do He smiled softly in slferifcdndemnatlon of the idle pogr the circle from which he bad flown perhaps then a year or two la er happiest day of his life occurred when he saved a life and felt the me radiance flooding his being that Edith liloyicker had felt when she had given life blood to a dying man Cranborn had been riding his mtire la the early morning when a second mare frightened by the din of a motorcycle dashed toward him Cran born had only time to grasp the sit tion see the rocky precipice over which the frightened mare would hurl her rider and to swing himself like a flash from the saddle He opened his yesafter being dragged and looked straight into dith McVlckers own He felt her sigh of reliefu61 thought I was never goIng to find you was all Cranborn said in the first dazed moment He was dazed principally because the girls soft fingers were trailing over the bruise on Ids forehead just as they had often trailed in the dreams he d of her We seem destined to keep each other In the land of the living the girl said a trifle unsteadily for aside from the shock of that frightened horse Cranborns eyes were gazing wonderjngly at her A deep color rang into hercheekaIWe can make them lives that are well worth saving ItIt you could jlove me I have been most successful nce you came Into my life and I have wanted to tell you that and something else for well at least for two years Edith laughed softly and remembered the many hours she had sat try- Ingi to think of someone except the an in the hospitall who had tried to refuse to permit her blood to be transfused Into his veins Two years is a frightfully longtime she said with eyes that couraged an immediate making up for jlost tithe Copyright by the McClure Newspa per Syndicate Dog That Saved His Master I must write you Just one story that came to me at the ambulance just be fore Christmas even though it is a ttle late We had a French soldier brought in rightfully wounded He MihleLand besides that he had halfa dozen other wounds His dog came with t ima hunting dog of some kind The dog had saved his masters life They were In the trenches together when a fhell burst in such a way as to col pse the whole trench Everyone in it was killed or buried in the collapse and this dog dug and dug until he got his masters face free so that he could breathe and then he sat by him until some reenforcements csine and dug them all out Everyone aa i id but this man Isnt that a beautiful little storyI We have both the dog and the man with us The dog has a little house all to himself In the court amj he has blankets and lots of petting and ery day he is allowed to be with nis master for a little while Letter from Dr Mary Merritt Crawford In Paris to New York Times To Study Coal Tar Products Thomas N Norton late American consul at Chemnitz Germany has been appointed a commercial agent of the department of commerce to undertake a special Investigation of the chemical Industry In the United states particularly in respect to coal ttar products It is hoped by the de partment that hIs report will be help ful in the development of synthetic 4yestjuft manufactured in the United States Those who wish to offer augr gestlons to Mr Norton may address ihim in care of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce Washington D C He is an expert chemist and the author of two monographs on chemical subjects Couldnt Lose HimI1 understand your party threw you overboard at the convention remarked one political candidate to another Yes thaVs right replied the other but fortunately i was strong enough to swlra to tne other side HAD SUPPLY OF NEUTRALITY One Thing at Least on Which the Illus trious Ruler of Persia Might Depend The Illustrious controller of the des tinies of Persia summoned his prime adviser Hafiz he said what la this I hear concerning the way Is there any such a thing The adviser bowed low Illustrious he replied there Is something of that nature Does it affect us Haflz Not yet illustrious The controller of human destinies was silent for a moment Hafiz he presently said what rbout our navy We have no navy Our army our fortifications our heavy guns our warplanes Nothing doing Illustrious Then what do you advise Neutrality illustrious We have some of that have we All we need Tf Good said the controller and his head dropped bqckon thejnearest Per sian cushion Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph Kitchener the Strategist One of the most characteristic sto rica of Lord Kitchener says Pearsons Weekly is told of hIs campaign in the Sudan It appears that snipers had been shooting his messengers and he Ordered that a telephone wire should be carried across a certain stretch of the desert As Kitchener had ordered itj of course It had to be done but there was much shrugging of shoulders for it enemyhadcontrivance they would be sure to cut the wire That is what happened time and edhalmply reair1dshruggers1earuedBdmiratIon ftffeoverhead wasrQwthv real wire to be laid underground = KEEP UP UNREst IN CHINA dI Fervent Believers In Evil Spirit an Kindred invisible Agencies Source of Much Trouble It is a common belief among the ig nor classes of the Chinese tbs the innumerable evil spirits of tbe dead are real and terrible demons Thezq demons are believed to be able to subject the relatives to the most evil state of bondage and suffering Superstition runs so rampant throughout China in spite of the sprinkle of education and advances made during the last decade by occi dental commerce and missionary ef forts that the average native firmly believes in the existence of invisible agencies Thede superstitious agen cies can mysteriously cut off queues and bring about sickness or accident or other dire disasters Because of this superstitious fear and belief in the presence of evil demons many of the Chinese are frequently aroused to the wildest most nco trollable state of excitement These latter outbreaks manifest themselves in different phases of public disorder and rioting For example 1877 a panic broke out in which a queuecutting mania occurred The later Boxer outbreak was a gii gantic illustration of how supers tious fear oan arouse the average Mon golian Under the stress of high ex citement and fever tthe average norant Chinaman led on by unscru pulous leaders is made to actually tbe lieve that all the laws of nature hai for their especial benefit been sudIJ denly repealed The Ignorant super fetltlous mind of the native Is readily worked up to the point where he be Hayes he bears a charmed life and that hisHbody is Invulnerable to rifle bullets exploding artillery shells or other missiles of war Difficult as It is to believe there are native fatalists existing today China so wildly superstitious that they believe no sword has ever beenj forged which can cut their charmed lives Obviously they have never gone up against the real thing in cidental warfare but it Is with an sophistries that these fatalists flame tho superstitious minds of th Ignorant followers The disturbing and perilous element among the lestials with their wild superstitions is Impossible to estimate but in api ofthe marvelous advances during the lest two decades China is still fill With such dangerous men One of the great needs of modern China some educational method1 whereby these wicked and evil states of t ignorant superstitious mind of the Co lestial can be overcome Clyde it mer Surnames of RoyaltyIThe royal families of Europe hare not generally a surname becau mostly unlike the English houses Stuart and Tudor which were respective surnames of the first king of each house before he ascended the throne they are descended in the male line from some territorial counts existing long previous to the period in which the somewhat modern custom of surnames prevailed King George V derives in the male line from the ancient counts of Wettin flourishing In the tenth century afterwards electors of Saxony dukes of Saxe Coburg Gotha etc His ances tors In the male line were of the house of Este one of whom Azo of Est theIwIckLuenenbur afterwards electors of Hanover and kings of Great Britain The members of the British no family are described by their princely titles in proceedings in the house of lords and no allusion is made any surname for Instance they si the test roll merely by their personal or Christain name and we know nothing of any surname which appertained py right or by usage to his late majesty King Edward or to his majesty j King George V SheI think your brother has such- n t courtly bearing HeNo wonder Hes been a law yer for nearly twenty years IOld Enough IIunderstand Miss Shatyo may call is going to have a birthday patty this evening the fat plumber observed Yep answered the thin carpenter Ive been invited blrtMayYes ice- I dont believe she ever intends to let go of it i A Limit to Say Brlnson FrlendhipI I ers home wont you You see hes in no condition to get there alone live just around the corner Lean him up against his door and ring tho bell Not me Youll have to find some- bOdy else Whats the matter with you know Smithers youbetwifeIExpensive Cheese That is the way my econc schemes turn out How now I wanted a bit of cheese to bait mouse trap ttbj I thought Id sn a bit in yonder saloon Well The gang caught me at It and I had to open a bottle of champagne Cause of the Chill thehandsomewill you love me when I grow oldj and uglyIMy dear Miss Plute answered the captain gallantly you may grow older but you will nevergrow uglier And he wondered wlifr their friendship ceased so suddenly s ONLY TRANSMITTED BY MILK- Man Cannot Get FootandMouth Dis ease by Eating Meat declare a Doctoror Thatthe footandmputh disease canS tnot be transmitted to human beings by eating the flesh of diseased antl mais but can be contracted by rlnJcf ing unboiled milk or butter made from the milk or an infected cow is the statement made by Dr E J Danek of Chicago who has studied the disease The symptpms in manhe says are as follows There is fever this Is usually tow but may reach as high as 104 It may be accompanied Wjtb a chill loss of appetite pain in mus cles back and head with a cramplike pain in the abdomen Nausea and vomiting are common The primaryi seat of Infection is the mouth Thendisease when uncomplicated is mild Its average duration is two webkst from the onset Severe cases mayl last six to eight weeks gThisman through unboiled milk or butter arid cheese and also directly from then saliva or contents of the vesicles of infected animals gaining entrance through abrasions of the skin It Is especially frequent in children and In those whose work brings them in contact with diseased cows It appeara that this disease cannot be transmitted by eating the flesh ofInfected animals LAiJGHEDIReally Amusing That Offended Individ ual Should Make Such a Coin plaint to Him tSir Leandcr Starr Jamqson still DoctorIchange for the better In South Africa nas a rejsult 01 the stirring events that have been taking place there IA good story is being told about tho days when Doctor Jim was administrator of Rhodesia One of the officials Incllbvidual who rejoiced In a highsoundiug vcrylrnuch upset because his colleagues persisteoin dubbing him MugglnsI ngmel went straight to his chief before Indignantdcomplaint DocIstor Jim that you only get called this name when you are inclined to Ieput on side othter now thoroughly angry I sin cerely hope sir that you do not give countenance to people calling me by this unseemly name myIeJimfthatIeinvented it myself Oh Ye Good Old Times That the big New York hotels are not homelike or comfortable is the plaint of a western Pennsylvania man Iho makes frequent trips to New IYork I suppose ibis Is New Yorks Idea of what a regular hotel ought to be like said the visitor as he looked disdainfully about the gold and gilt trimmings of the music room at the WaldorfAstoria HDut let me tell you there are a lot of things missing right here Where are the big comfortable chairs a fellow can sit In while ho rests his feet on the brass rail arttf looks through a big plate glass win dow at the crowd parsing on tho street Maybe you think your regu ililar hotel dweller doesnt miss that window but youre wrong And these steam radiators all gilt and silver or bronze or whatever color they happen to be Suppose you think they make In fellow who isa thousand miles from home feel so comfortable and home like as the old round Iron stoves that 1ojbNohotels every ttneNew York Times Old London Tavern IHistorIc gate tavern London has been closed as a public tavern and taken over by SL John Ambulance socl cty which has its heaquarters at tho gate itself The tavern may almost be said to have come into its own again as in olden days It formed the gate of the Priory of St John of Jeru salem the nave aisles and bell tower of which were pulled down to supply materiall for the erection of the palace of the Protector Somerset After Its partiallyI flenryItor Johnson wrote iuanyf his essays ITheJoker German spy scare in France and England Lapsley Wilson at a luncheon at Nice on the French Riviera told an anecdote it was at the time said Mr Wll son when concrete brds for guns being ljund aircordiiig at least 1wrl nil over the allIes tthritory At this troublesome time an American in Paris went up to a policeman and said mysteriously Patl Are you looking for German spies Mais out said the policeman tak- Ing from under his cape his note book and pencil Then said the American go to the Hotel de Blanc and arrest tho proprietor Hes put in at least two concrete beds there I know because my wife and I slept in em last night Washington Star 11rH tiER WAS ONE EXCEPTION Characteristic Story of MakeUp of English MilitantsMrs Blanc Was Easy on Everything IUMrs Pethlck Lawrence the noted dnyIUto a New York reporter Your idea of militants Is that we are vixens tartars manhaters But as a matter of fact we have in ycur ranks some of the most elegant 801cletykNo Mrsj Blanc who said to her daughter one day uI am certainly easy on shoes Look at this pair of elastic sides Ive worn them three years and theyre still as good as new Im easy on clothes too Theres my tweedjust as fresh as the day I bought it seven years ago And hats gloves stock tagsin facE Im easy on everything Except father eh said the daughter without looking up from her booksl Louis Glo eDemov crat a J P M LittA1iETULPiTemorial T pojit Morgan New York Church ot W ich Great Financier Was Long Senior Wind en Has Started Popular Subscription for it St Georges church in Stuyvesant square New York of which Rev Dr Karl Relland la rector has started a popular campaign for a memorial pulpit to the late J Plerpont Morgan llong the parishs senior warden- It was announced that a large book- si being prepared to contain the sig- atures of givers to the fund When completed this book will be placed in tthe base or the pulpit Every parish loner of St Georges was urged to ive something and it was said that persons outside the parish might con tribute if they wish It is not Intend ed that a few rich persons shall givcI most of tim money The cost 5000 and It Is hoped to have the pulpit in place for dedication on Easter Sunday No one save the rec tar is to know what each parson gives When the contribution blanks were distributed many East side poor subscribed A certificate will be given to each contributor The accepted pulpit design by H G and M L Emery calls fora pulpit of wood elaborately carved standing on seven carved pilasters above which and surrounding the pulpit itself are figures of saints of the Anglican com munion Suspended over the pulpit is a carved canopy which will serve in place of the present sounding board Since the days of Rev Dr Rains tend St Georges has been noted among Episcopal churches for having its pulpit in the middle of the chan cel Immediately in front of and in part hiding the altar The new pul pit like the old will be movable along the broad sanctuary steps but It will stand mOstof thVtlme hearer to the Gospel than to the Epistle side In stead of in the middle It will bo somewhat larger than the present pulpit The Explanation Internal evidence labels as made in Germany the following story The culprit was brought before the schoolmaster by one of the lesser teachers It seems to met said the school master holding his cane behind hla back and looking down grimly upon the cringing figure before hlmItseems to me that his little rascal has lyingIsir you are right replied the underling apologetically as he took a firmer grip on the urchins collar But then what can you expect You see sir all the boys played soldier during the Christmas holidays and naturally they always made the young est take the part of the perfidious Eng lishman This boy Is the youngest Holy Cats A lawsuit In New York over a 30 000 bequest to a London Cats house has brought out testimony that two elderly spinsters of London one on a bicycle and the other on a tricycle each with a basket searched parks and alleys of the English capital and collected 479000 stray teats In 15 years So ninny cats were captured that It was pecessary to hire a house where they were either fed to sleekness and farmed out or put to death with chloroform Four hundred and seventynine thousand cats seems a good many but London Is a big city and perhaps the story may be true Work of Famous Surgeon The French military authorities have decided to mind to the Russian hospital at Bordeaux all the wounded suffering from pseudarthrolsls or loss of bone lit that hospital they will bn treated by the method of Doctor Voron oz who has discovered procedure by which the bones of other men or mon keys can bo transferred Jo the tients The first operation tlat of transplanting a monkeys bone to the arm of a wounded French soldier has been carried out with complete success The Fortune or TVr Wasnt your daughter engaged to a penniless duke She would have been but he went to the front very suddenly Well And hoe made a hero of himself and saved a flag and been wounded ond got amedaland now there isnt a jjirl hi the kingdom who wouldnt be glad to marry him And that leaves Lauravery little chance No chance at all Men of WarIHero is another little story from Paris They were playing a classicalIpiece Andromache in fact Theater Francals The crowded house fur sat looked and listened In respect ful silence Suddenly as the soldfersI of yrrhus barekneed and skirted tunics marched on the stageI there was a yell from the gallery JTheJ A hardy Turco up aloft hid rec ognized his fighting companions the Cameron Highlanders LLffULL j i Ji PRACTICAL JOB FdR REAPER Impious Farmer Wanted Him Put In Fields to Help Harvest Hands and Not Bother Him Representative Anthony of Kansas is accredited fith the story of an impious farmer who was decidedly ill It was during the late fall that ha tools to his bed and physicians having some doubts as to his recover received the ministration of a clergy man You are close to the grave said the clergyman solemnly Tho ailing farmer showed little in terest We must all prepare continued the clergyman at some time in our lives to meet the grim reaper Then the sick man sat up Grim reaper he repented The clergyman nodded If you catch hfin around here growled the farmer you put him out In the fields with the restof the hands and hell get his fill of reaping without bothering me Washington Star IFine for Bachelors What is your attitude toward mechanical music Well it has some advantages i For instance In the old days when a single man liked enjoy a little music In the evening without going out he either had to hire a pianist or marry one but now ho can buy a pianoplayer a permanent fixture and inhko his valet do the foot work IBaiting the Railroads Our community thinks our railroad oughter furnish a couple more trains per day Were going to take the matter to the legislature But very few people In toojj munity ever travel Maybe not But wo like to see the cars go byJudge IIWe are going to give up having Johnny get an education For what reason Wen we cant get him sterilized every morning In tine to go to school Puck Reminded DlcltI thought you wore not going to give Miss Bankem anything for her birthday TomI wasnt But how could I res fuse She sent me a bunch of forget menots the day beforeJudgeI Of Thin s He This brand of champagne should be called the She WhysoJ blograllhI HeBecause drier you drink a pint of It you begin to see moving pic 11uesIVery Green But surely when a girl acpepts a mans proposall it means that she loves him Nonsense my dear boy It quite frequently doesnt even mean that she intends to marry him Possible Explanation Said SheMiss Oldgirl claims she is only twentyseven years of age Said He Born in Mars perhaps Said SheMVhy In Mars Said lieThe years in Mars havo 687 days A GREAT FAULT v n v U6 u marry 11eOn yes but not Quite so frequently Hopeless GrouchrEvery cloud has a silver lining remarked the optimist There Is also gold in sea water retorted the pessimist And neither ot these deposits hoes anybody a hit of good Finding Key In Dark The latch key on a rlrig ordinarily Is the most difficult to find particularly 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