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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r = T57 ws 1 S5TABLisflBD DOMINI 1883 i- ANNO NEW SERIE SPRINGFIELDI WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 15 1915 c t J 7 t t i MHOVAH IIS Mf SHEPHERD Psalm UAprlrl81 At Thi Heavenly Shepherds Interest In Hie Flock Hit Sheep Shall Not ip LchH Gives Them RestHe TsV ThemHo Refreshes Thsrt witsiJWater of LifeHe Ro t rtH jSoulHe LeadethMs jej4ffm Bhtpherd Pialm U 1 iiliY Gods people lu covenant tejjjrtatlojishlp with Him can properly appreciate this Psalm r andnpivy Its gracious senti i jnents to themselves The Esal-mistlji4 couLd do thIs because he belong- edothe favored nation taken Into I covenant relationship with God nt fou8fil Qf the Jewh mJl their best to keep the Law DaVid evl dently was one for the Lord declared Jhlm a man after His own heart Whcn David made failures he confess ed them repented received his punish T ment and rejoiced in restoration to D1 rlnefdvor striving thereafter the more to maintain lilsfellowshlp with GOd rJesus and His Church however aro more particularly sheep of Jeho i vahs flock than were the Jews for the relationship of the Jews was through Moses while that of the Church is through Christ and- the superior Cove mint centered In Him Whoever would be time Lords sheep must jnnke this Cote nant of Sacrifice Onlyethrough Christ can- A ive enter the higher W aheepfold Once The tort b my having entered we Shcpherd thereafter have Gods Message saying r AH tliiiigs arc yours for ye are Christs and Christ Is Gods All Wants Abundantly Supplied to be completed In the First Kesurrec tlonThe Lords blessings to Saturn SIsrael were earthly His blessings to Spiritual Israel are spiritual favors uSo good thing will He withhold from these yea even chastisements and sor rowful experiences necessary for spir itual development lAs the Lords sheep we shall bq pro SIded with grecn pastures and cool re fresbing wnter Moreover we shall have the peace of God as Implied In the suggcstipn that the sheet lie down lu the grifeu pastures But alas Some sheep wander off gontllke Into the des ert attetajiting to feed themselves on the indigestible things of ftfis life op whjqh no spiritual nature can thrive let even such straying sheep the Shepherd will not leave but after th m With His rod He beats off the wolves and with His staff He carefully assists the entangled sheep out t ST from nmongst the cares of this life time dewltf ulness of riches npd the beset 4wentsof sin and Satan Many of the flqck thus con slug lIe restor cth ny ourbringg me baek io npjire The Valley of Deaths Shadow t Oiily Adam was ever on the moun tgiutop of lift He lost his footing S4Jmere and Krulunlly descended Into this peat Valley of the Shadow of lJrath Here nil his children iverel born Weare dying dally surrounded by dying conditions But the New Day Is about to dawn Thou the whole world will begin to emerge from this Valley of Deaths Shadow For n Hun sand years they will be rising to the I j belgbts of human perfection from Which Adum fell and to which the rlgbtl s tQ return U secured by Jesus death eSieChLliySPared table where they may par lake even In the presence of their en emles How true it that even when misunderstood misrepresented t defamed and opposed Gods cousecrut j l cd people are still privileged to feast on the Divine promises assurances of 5fayor ctI Another evidence that this Psalm be ilongs especially to the Church Is the statement Thou nnolntest my Head with oUThehoJy anointing oil used von Israels priests and kings typified 11 itbe Holy Spirit which dime upon the Church representa tively in Jesus and has come down over all the members of Christs Body Psalm 1332 My cup runneth over In Scripture the word cup represents a draft some Umes sweet some times bitter some times both The Mrimht lords Cup sigul flee bitter experiences lu the present j time Jesus said The Cup which My drtnkIUTWsclplesrinfl In becoming such we pro pose to share It with Him symbolical Jy represented In the Communion Cup Iflssweet to participate In the suf a f rll1gs of Christ In any sacrifices or- services fjorHlm and His Cause But Ilepromfses that the Cup of newovtne Kingdom shall more than comfitithe pensate for any bitterness of thepres ent time Our Cup 19t1111 but we J would not wish It one drop less How pre tons the thought that Gods goodness and mercy follow nil who are truly HlH In Christt At our An1J 5Second Comjng with their gloriuai 1wUlvl portion of Cods eect QbuixTu SY5i =1 i fIToR SALE5 male shoes grandsons 6 f Old Defendere eighing 1BO lbs 1ldyfor ser vice Also two sows J EWbetey bmll8fiIIlurmnt Pasl T r Ti1413dIvI171TEs =LvEJ4IJEI k i HTi fJ I i f t L J YOLXXIiNOw iftZtJtt creaturesjplrlt provisionJtlinn KaflicraillntiSe I Hbgwallow News j atlendeIipre ching at Dog Bill cburcl last fourth Sunday However he WOre cotton in his ears as tie iis a Baptist in belief Sim Flinders says he believes the surface of the earth is con sttntly Wearing off around the sidiSj as his land iis getting so thin that ft will hardly hold water SRz Barlow went hunting Tuesday pnt met with very poor success as most of hit ex perlerce in the shooting line has fben ar tJgJl jf e J and barbecuet Jelfersdn Pollocks has started 100 the job of digging a cistern his place In it lie exp cts tI keep an extra supply of watsr tD be used for drinking purpcsss in case of emergency When spring gets under full headway and Poke Eazley can move bis chair out on the font postij havejinsideIwith him during one of his con trary spells last Sunday morn moraIcame within a hairs breadth of the Dog Hill church barey missing the sermon The Excelsior Fiddliug Band has been meeting clandestinely for the past several nights under the old sycamore tree on Musket Ridge practicing up to play at a surprise birthday dnner that is to be giyen Washington Hocks on the Second Sunday in April Luke Matbewsla who has been laid up with lumbago and a combination of other ailments was able to be out awhile Tues day morning and walked over to Hog Ford accom pained by his seven dugs Luke has been ltak ing the osteopath treatment us lug t fence with a knot in it It is understood that we are to have another road to run through tthis place provided plans do wisc 11aI west and large enough for auy sober man to turn around in at any point and we cannot see the necessity of another one The fewer roads we have the longer our buggies and wagons will last The Deputy Oonstabe has had JIweek Tract No1 her Jine N 52t w 145 poles and 16 to a corner to said Wimsatts with another of her line S 79 W 37 and 2 links to a stone cor11 ner te same N 25 W 33 810 in center of said road opposite a corner to the homestead land off to Kirk Cheatham then with line of said 14JE 9J poles to a near a house than S 581J poles to IDa a hog thief in the commun y The defiiidant Is of asus icious nature and though tu eputy cph table is heavily JS sruUed usa blind mans be can oqtjget within sight of him The deputy refuses to show the white feather and expects to c itch him in one of the large steel traps he has set along the different paths for the purpose Horse Frightened In Peculiar Way f1AsSpringfield was driving into Lebanon Wednesday morning loneof the rubber tires cameo ilpose aod the rev lving wheel caused it to stnke the horse wbich became frightened and runoff The buggy struck a tephrnooIe and overturnedJ iffront of the residence of C W Hagan throwing Mrs Arnold out Mr Will AbEll and Miss Mildred Spaldiug were passing Mr Abell caught the horse and righted the ug vwhicb was not damaged Miss Spaldin drqve with Mrs Arnold to Eliz ab th Hospitall where Mr Ar nold is patient Mrs Arnold escape jvith a few slight bruises Marion Falcon Bmy Editor t The editor was busy when he was asked How are the markets The man wasreferred to the office devil who looked wise arid sad Young men unsteady girlsii lively and in demand papa firm bust declining mamas unsettled wjiitingfor higher bids coffee considerably mixed restS fist i active sHppry eggs quiet but expected to open soot whiskey still going down onions stronger yeast rising bread- stuff l beavv boots and shoes those on the markets are soldi and constantly going up and hatsII it1andis year stationary excepting tobacco foolscap wbichI11 and h is a downward tendency silver close put not close enough to get bold ofExI ItAPer Iilaii and OhiUxra Iki KIM Ysi HmAlways tgI J on K said stone is also 181n S of in thisfence line to which cross is attached W 42i poles to the center of the Knob Lick corner to said said point is op posite near red oak bush along and the center line of said pike S 19 12 E 35 15 poles to pointin center of said road opposite corner to lot two N 84 E 152 25 poles to the 82 acres Tract No2 at stone to in Mrs line with Mrsl Wimsatts line as N 25 12 W 64 poles and J9 to in the Making It Pay eMr W H Wright formerly of Washington county but witoI purchased 40 near Bu has demonstrated in most con clusive the profitableness of small farm Lat year he sold 130 worth of hogs 100 of tomatoes On one tract of5 acres he grew 0606 pounds of tobacco which netted him an average ol 1050 per hundred pounds On another tract of lone acre ho grew pounds wbibb netted him 1163 dred Be aso raised 150 barrels of corn which at the present selling price will make nice sum This does not include the smaller thi igs raised on the farm Mr Wright is farmer mixes progressiveness and commonsense with his labors and he is certainly matting in ten ive farming pay Harrods Burg Herald On The Belt Line The Moundsville Echo says Miss Geneviove Bartb who was injured in an automobile accident a week ago is now out of all danger of complications arising Miss Barth lied mi raruloub escape when she was thrown from Dr Coverts cr adisance of about feet in the air from where direct into an opening in the railing of the bridge poising for econd at her line on the fdge of the bridge then straight drop of about 20 feet alighting in sitting pasture in of water The Home Merchant The merehint vhois he Heres the Henderson lour nals answer lie is the who givEs you credit when you are financially broke and carries account until you are able to pay is the cnap who gives you 11He your money or makes ex chan es you are not sat istied with what you lave bough He i the chap who stands te hind his guarantee aiid mattes restoration of all sses that may sustain Ethe goods you Chemical dry cleaning repair ing alUrini relining sponging and pressing done at the Spring field City Tailor Plions 0 R F W Baumbaupr Propr pc 4IIn the District Court f the United States for the Western District of Kentuckytthe matter of Joe K Cheatham Bankrupt By virtue of anorder of sale of the Distrjct Court of the United States for the Western District Kentucky in the matter of Joe K Cheatham Bankrupt will Saturday 15 1915 Proceed to offer for saieQif the premises of Joe Cheatham about one and one half miles from Springfield in Washington county Ky at two oclock pm to the highest and best bidder public auction upon a credit of one and two ears the following described propercS Wimisatislinks stone thence poles Tfieo KnOblLick tone homesteadS stone small ofI and CASTOR JJ May a post a fence thence pike homestead stone a stone a then with a a atone beginning containing Beginning a THi Edelen Wimsatts thence aforesaid a atone oneI acres a way a 2085 a hun a a who a four she made a dive a belt making a a about a foot home chap your when buy of In of at links survey S 84 W Io2 T1 poles to n point inthe ctnter of the Knob Lick pike corner to said lot one thence with thecentecof the said pikeS 19 12 57 poles and 9 links to a point in the center of said pike opposite a stone pointImcenterEdelen thence with his lineN 86 12 E 60 poles to a stone corner to said Edelen thence with his line N 12 E 34 poles t a stone of Spring Grove corner to said Edelen with his line N 643 44 910 poles to a stone corner to same thenc with line of same N filE 35 poles and 16 links to the beginning containing 88 acres I rod and4 poles sepratJyway to realize most money The purchasers will be required to execute bonds payable to the Trpsee for the septemberI dersIJ03 PM fieLIN Trustee S M CAMPBELL AoctiQiieer SOMERSET SCHOOLS Present Law and Evidence Against The Use of r y Cigarettes By Boys A Fight for Civilization do not believe there is an agency mOl e dKStruciivn of soul mind and body or more subversive of good morals than the cigarette The fight against the cigarette isa tighl for civilization This iis my judgement as an educator Dr Frank W Guosalus Ex president Arm our Institue Chicago Honest Boys Mede Cowards I have seen bright boys turned into dunces straightforward honest boys into miserable cow a ds by cigarette smoking I am speaking the truth nearly eveiy physician and teacher knows A Clinton M D SaivFrancisco Totally Unworthy My experience shows that a boy who has been overcome by this evil is totally untrustworthy He seems to lose the power of diE cri1Iliu tang between right bud wrong and soon becomes both a moral stud physical wreckO W French Prin Hyde Park High School Chicago ArrestedJohn Craig a cigarette fiend stole a bass kettle to buy cigarettes Cincinnati Enquirer Poisoned t E manual Has kins a 16year old bey di d from nicotine uoiaoniug from smoking cigarettesMacon- News MurdeECharIe Burton age 17 is to be hanged for murder He was a cigarette fiend New York lel6grdwtExcerp fium ih Act cf11914 atrovJ Mih i7jij piyinglo piidun iundir 13 y as of age bectii n 2 That it shall be un lawful for any person under the age of eighteen ears to smoke or to have about bis person or premises any cigarette or ciga rette papers or in any olhpr orm prepared to be filled with smoking tpacco for cigarette use Any persons violating the provisions of this section shall bd punUned by a line of not ex ceeding five dollars Hot Shot Utv Burke Cuipepper an evangelist of naiinnal reputa turn has been engaged ina grea revival at one of the Methodist churches in Paducah during the past w ek or snore and here are some of the ipt ones he gave to Ins audience a few nights ago MGod pity the lowdown ill bred whits liver d scoundrel thtt wcu d take advantage of fhworked for insulted me Id slap his dirty jaws off and tIatstwliHtsomeof the girls d They tell ma that here in Paducah there is a girl wh stands behind a cigar counter and shakes dice with men for cigars 1 hate to sea a girl ex posed to vulgarity of the world and men who shake dice witha w man dyer a cigar counter are nut showing the highest type of nunbood They tell mo that no one comes to har me but illiteratrs and the lowdown class of peopleS I bay that tbe most must refined ptople of Paducah ate at these meetings every ight of course there are no gamb e s there are no saloonist ind the lowdown dirty riffraff butyou will find lawyers doctors binker and all Ihirjughbred ladies and gentlemen here Id rather be a bobtailed pbssuja dog than a men who leIs his wife support him thy ought to put a motherhubbard on a man like that and name him Susie Its because God dosent stand for some o the thing they are doing that someof the dea cons are not attending this re vival Im doing more for Paducah t ar any man wlio condoms me I can put a paott of hourids on the track of any elder who con demns mea nd fggtree lllm in a hog waJlowu V B D Uiements SprngHeld lRjt JStrawJ 1 Revival of Interest ih HempJJ According to reports bqindre DeIpartmentoJ hemp stim ulated tile farmers ol the formi iver hemp growing counties tbj again turn their attention to that crop and the indications t 7hat5000 acres of hemp sown liv nKentuckythe low price ofhempthetawereI little more acr s rais ed in this State lust year bntontaccount of the war and the in abiility to import foreign hempt tha price of hemp has jumped from 4 perhundredTwelve years ago 20000 acres t off hemp was grown in Kentucky bot oWiggt to the steadyreduction ib price the acreage has declined to keep pace with price until the sowing of hemp has been entirely abandoned in some sections ai d very little sown in others As the Kentucky River Mills are located here the increase the acreage to be planted is 61 speciall interest in this commun ttymill began using Russian hemp almost altogetner but the war has stopped the impurtationl Frankfort Courier Heard On The Street The other day a crowd of men were discussing the dry weather One than remarked hItis so dry up my way that all the creeks are dried up and the fishaio standing on their noses and you can pull them up like radishes Thats nothing like if buft my waysvd another man I was walking along the road and 1 saw a wan pull up a 35 foot well and un itthrough the othewtrng er to net the baby a drink Frankfort JODrualI Proff That It Pays J Beecher Smith of Somer set iis recognized as one of tl e most progressive business meta in ibis section of Kentucky fitS has amassed a fortune by own efforts having started without c pital Besides numerous other enterprises Mr Smith operates a large department store at Somerset Ho Is Ba1d to be doing a tremendous ovtbi- VIQ i ness Tiere are tbe ntfwd papers in Somerset The first thing Mr Smith did after opeA ing bis establishment was to contract with each inevpaper for an entire page tach issue lor- a whole year The duller the times the m re Smith advertises If busings becomes cxtrekel dull he takes two pages Hr has laid competition in the sh de so to speak The advocate knows of no stronger tvidfencei of the value of advertising than his instance Danville Ad vocae Notice H H Keyuilds Admr etc PIff- vsrNotice H F deGdnetc Dfts Pursuant to Un order of the Wash cintnnFebruary term 1915 notice is hhreby given to all parties holding claims against the estate of Della Reynolds decd tq present them properly proven to me at my office to pring held Ky between Apnl tit and Mny 16 1915 or they jwill be eatopded from doing so thereafter This March 171916CFBGSLBY Master Commlssibher W C C Farin Fpf Sale 22 acres of land 3 mtle from Fredenckstown on the Bards town and Springfield turnpike Has on it a good 4 room cottage nd all necesaary outbuildings Never fai Ing well right at door HARRISON NALLY Gents If you want ai1ice Tailored suit for spring and summer com and get my prices ITiave over 400 woolena to select frpmj we also have lut Trouser vrooleDs SpriugUeld City Tailor F W BAiimbauer Prop Main Strbet bpngfieItlJC- Make H a point the next time you come totoAcW lopk sjft6r you snbsprjption td tbwftiwi Leader tSN Letter From iaii Ol1d- r rWillisburg Ky ApriyOvWlp Mr Editor v Once more t1 Come ubt astA writer but to remind the olg eransoftho date of j he battle pjacejfiClyjthiee th of April in 1862 there afef-f- jonlythought of it It was warm and rained most of our 24 hour forceD Tihto reach thtboys that were hardpressed in tthe tight It rained all night but still we pushed on No time tto waste no time tof Test no place to sij and rest tujalessltltas iin the mud and waiter and a man cant rest much leaning against tatree and that was our only luncetO rest We boarded a Steam boat at little villagea1r ed Florence seven miles above Shilob As we floated down oOkt oil my shots and let thy feet drag Ihl ugh the water as hey felt luke they were biiin and blistered Although fb t sure and almost Worquut by ouf hard march I didnt fitfl to n tfCt he grand cenrv ou each iuc of the beautiful pi eU rive y the trees in full eat antI the suf shown out bliglthtith spark lling drops of thi recent iaiii glistening III the early morning drThisl green iudkr joey But tlje scene toi ctnod1o i ne- aiffrin et Ui biutilksi of nature can ton bj iun ttil to the cur nl eof wnr h S thought came ferine in ulte eientl itart of the ni lit sd a t1tive then over gain r ihink lot the bqV that were wilt me then Si strong in thi iiyonnguianhcqJ so full of hope for the Jfujurf Some of these grand yqung m n that would have made he world seme better had thpy livej Some few of the bfysaar6 sti living to tell the stor but fedble and with the weight of years Afew more days or nJ ntis or years at most and we S Vi I have to answer tile last roll pal I was at the funeral of aniofd comrad a fewwteksago and there wasnt enough Conrads to act as pall bearers Tarn bless ed with health c imrads i worn some every daybritr pqtomy work is in my mind but Ian enj ying my dotagg wriiiiiK without glasse plm1gitl- my grand child feeding the chickens working In thegarden Well Twili just say ihutmy tirce is all tuktn up 1 wculd ovt to tell yba my age but if I were to everybody would know it Farewell old comrad for the present MV ROUGH Co D 10thKy Infantry Notice In tug matter bf application for doting of County road No from a point near Olenos Creek Church to JohriItoberts barn To the honorable S Yaqljev Judge of the Washington Uounty Court The petitioner T B Noel shies thdthe is a resident und itzeu of WsBhington Couny IKenqucky and land ortnepj Pc- tiUouer respective y asks thi honorable court to c use to It closed a portion of tie publi toad Nothosaid road starts at a point near Gtauns Creeli Church and tarwInattst Liattli the portion asked to be closedI begins ata point near JGleuiis Creek ChurcH and tfiiiirlatesat John JRoberis barn a out out mile in length Petitioner says that droad runs through the lands of ttjill petulant and that niSj reasons fur asking same tQ bQO ppdart that the road is liojpger ti avelI ed by thepubllcarld tfcat the hands allot d byv the c 1inty7to work same have isnqt jwqrMdt samforye4rkfldbihat1 It ls great incoriv nlenceWhlrfnd owners 4 i Wherefore p6iitioner sKs bis honorable Court to abjfo ut coat missionera ts proVi eU byl9 iteiid Trudge Ihoiata riadto be clwed fttid fr afl prjoper tiiI lief Mm S Filtoifsridgifield ii i iettIsJIt 1 u 1 CQNSTTflrno 1bh5 ANDBflAWS Of HThe M r1 F titien o ofSpnnl6ilWt IARTi LEI1S ctfolpI1J nmeof thia If a zation shall be theMewS Springfield ARTICMMI i- FedercionromotetheSpringfield anti Wasbtogton county with Cstrorfgiml fearlespabUe sentiment jto tisUin and cooperate with theoilcwoftho aw in thoof teiduties to contend with all the evil In t irensc deterJmental to a geM mrh fonment and to encourage TnegenJrU betterment of socaiT indT omaiBrclsl conditionsi ATT1CLE Dr Section 1 fficersOfth i Fed s 4iifionhalli Ls aPrsdentjjPraidetjtt tY ar hquJ4Atj 1 ti ui ohrdlliders JIJ i4eAte4 by ballot Section ItElection of Officers The Officers shall be elected Semiranuallj at a rcgnt ngof th jlfPnizatJoJ1 and shall bldjn office until their auc cessora are elected Section III YtcattcIesVacasjcIts- ambrg the officers shallibefille4 at tte- nexIreguiar mdefmig ofthePedexaticn A11TICIEIv Section t MeetingsTho regular meetings thlgorganization shall beheld oi Tuesday lughts until formally changed by the action ofthe body f ARTICLE Section ComBJtW The Pm I dent ghaUa poi t all committees and determine the numbertgrv iejcly iCbe Pyesident shall Jw eXrbfecfoa member of all standing eoumtil The standjng committees shtui be a Executive t1JiteeTbe Officers and thecha1 nan offtft stand inj c6mmjttee shall conslitu the Ex ectitiye Cewmitee b Program and Membere3ilpComS mitteeIt shajlLbe J1e t1ot this ommutee to pre ira prtr- grarps fpr each ipetipg suchasselec Lions of sp akerse and to solicit the iwithc civic Irnpovernent bumf tee Thia committee shahio diligently in to thomoraleS1ityandugaestto theorsaIationsuchin- prutempentLas would1 make for tIe public welfare wldJThePrcsIderitshallbeieaaipowered to appoint d Committee aibisowndis cetion wijhojatnotifing the bidy to employ and to assisttslolctt outside help a they majr deem wfStrtoprobe into all Influences contrary to the general object bftthiis FederationSARTICIE3rJLISection IThis Constitu ion may bes amended in tbefollowingraianner A y 1 11memueroan amendmentatanyregularmeetlngS Such amendment sbalbei rabmUtod in writing and shall be read before the r j body and lie over until the next regu lar meeting at watch 4hneiifshii re ewe a twothirds vote of aH ttw mem here preaentin ordetto be txkited All citJlefBig sympathywitia the generat improvement jtttie betterment of thesociaiand brirfpeBditIona of thecpmmunityare fevJIiedtojeooer iaj ateviththioraniatjs 4sSUjt VECT1IER jfrf1 1 1 E s iti I oi Co UDttteQi 1916 Cutotditia1 l e LexingdnKy Ap1Ue 6 ti Ian tocutoukthacpdf Bur Iqv tobacco for 1910 baa been amended by the T o cieQvGrow ers Ajwociatiott wtl1 pIQViSiOtIS tb therel bout Ht tof 12Ght eveot4he crop t 19lSopimot be sold by the asoc1Mign jjy N 8 yemberl 1I5 vatlaf modifier tion Of tU6tentviit gJtd acutqutprpaisdbyth getorfiClf dircpIdt 1f = j Growers AsSociafopa Ittto weeks ago wasdcidIuii ta i it tingof the bor4 oJ4 fireet 1 here this afflriii obxt A pJprovisIoni Was a i ibtrted1aSi tfiepiddg byMthTftbe sioci tIon lisa 011t a sale lIIealbdi1questbOnoWhthesftcja tiqn shall cease tfdtpfeju sgsett Juy betpledydU fo sliaJI U P J tiIIIIct fits kILajltI of thase b4q4Sj ti iifJi 5uciatOn shalt yeiaiiki iii agency iirp ple4g b9ilr1ibm n wIgatur1I waiovcdrt1 ta foard iis ilL pSt5ti e nI i1a1sk1ea lhenrpy UJmU41 JJ 0rc wtprH jztreia ouui 7 lxilfllrj lrjrt Sthlii e Qc I I r 5PINGFIELDKYr i J TJtYJY m1m JftSBtt WW 4 3Uttormtfd PnbJiahr 41 E feM tt e SfrincfeU Ky Vest uaattrece M Cf1 fit llllrtitl cssiier 5 lION WM F KLAIR- cf Le11ItOfl Fayette county an g1oune ai cIdite for reelection ias t i flaliteM CtMJMloncr subject to the actfea 9 the nocratJcvotensin the Augwt yrfeary We are wthoriwd to JOHN E NEW w IANef Bardrtown Nelson county as a caMidate for the DemocnUQ Bpnfoattoa for XaUroadTComn MioAer irm the 8 cend District IrImry- Saturday August 7th J91D rKcirctJde We are Mttbenced to announce L H TlMRMHi M a Mandate for reelection to the e ef Circuit Judge of the Etevtatli Judicial dktrict subject to the actfen ef the Democratic primarp Lm a AUCUIt1 I9- 1r4 Mr CMMMftKiMis Atttney We are authorized to announce W Hi4Spragea ofLebaaon a candidate for Attorneyk sIpparty at the August primary We are authorized to aneounce John A Petin arf a candidate for Common with Attorney for the Eleventh fcV JUdICIaL Dfetrlct subject to the action of the Democratic party at the August t primary joi0 a We are authorized to announce John of Lebanon Ky for arItoriaJ district composed of the coon r ties ef Taylor Marion and Washing tea 4ii ject te the action of the Dem t ecratk i riH ary leSfir aepregMativefi We are authorized to anhuonce Chas J t O Durham u a candidate for Repreae ienWrtif in the lower house of the Kentecky Legislature from Washfag ion counw subjeet to the action of eIDenocraue party iDthe AUgu8t pri i awry We are authorised to announce T H Royalty MS candidate for Bepresen tire ithe Lower House of the KenJ tacky Eegislatnre from Washington I county subject to the action of the Deesecratic party in the August pn mary VsilleyHhIM r c Messrs WT Beam and M Re4 were near Willlaburg t Wednesday on business t Mr Bptlding of Springfield was In our midst Tuesday Mrir Mf Reed and Miranda Tucker were guests of Mrs W T B0am Wednesday I Mr Patt Tcbin and MissMatt I Goatliy of Springfield were guests at the borne of Mr fluRh Goatley Sunday HStired to her home gtBardstowi after visiting friends and rela tive at this place and Moores l Villf several days last week I Mr H H Bishop and wife ot Springfield were guests 01i Relatives here SaturdayaSeveral persons from this r attended the Medley sale att Gasburg Friday I Miss Mary Kate Hompherj Ihas returned home after being Miss Jennie Goodlet of Bard toypn visited relaives at thi place the week end t Theproepects for spring are r g od since the rainjthat fell a few 1t 1dayecome by one and all All kindsof grass and erair seem to have taken on a new i life and we hope it will not tbe pjongbefore m iher earth wit Vnbe clothed with a blanket of beautiful gmss and the trees r Ihave taken on their beautiful foltage JUx auJ Mra cc Spatlij IW re uesisof Mr aud Mrs b rne WceklyStnday ha Weeiy and John Neil Knmer visited friends in Spring 5 r field the week end 7 MrJobntucherwasthegue t of Mr Ed Goatle Thursday tflr John Vilson and wit t were gueaU of thelattew parent at r Uliibnig Sunday Mr Chap Settles cf Mane was the guest of B C Goatley 1 Su3jMis Sue Williams Mary f jKate Humphrey Pearl Goatley sd ftfra Margarile YanCey wert IMitt at MlM Ruby Snider Frii day i Mr J BWiUiamsvaat r BardMowa Mooday And Tuesda II t Your ewTwpondent tojgetbej I w ih MTtral other YOIClK pt opJ aitf 4 efcirch MAhZfor Mm Swrfay aM wtu1 io the home ol rL Z4c Herry t JV iVf f1taR tlI 1 exoelJfoi t IJt ifeMrwiikb Wfs tajbjed tb- vMMtrfall aidl epcay th JllpreecJr who Waf ag- ckr t i dwi UJkTe xojwie AAAL got ahead tlf hiln at the table 8sI is generally 4the outcome 11 a preacher jis arouud Never theless wfj enjoyed ourselves and left wisbing a farewell andtl many more such dinners Mi 3 Julia Weekly entertained MVfdral l oi hr friends at a pIaI partyTlast Saturday night at the homeofMr Abb Jones and every Qne enjoyed themselves Jand JJef wishing it would be only a short time before she would have another party v Miss Ruby Boblitt was the guest of Miss Julia Weekly Sat urday We were very soryto hear or the loss of Mr Lee Cbeathams barn by fire Saturday night The origin of the fire is unknuwn Several from this place attend a ado the week t Forest View After a weeks abstance we- wilt again ask for space in he columns of the News Leader forC few IlemijouMissck at this writing Mr and Mrs Wallace Garrico of Ray wick spout Saturday and Sunday with Mis M B Carrico of this dSeveraled the dance given by Mr Prank Willatt last all UllyMr and Mrs Bernard Smith e rejoicing over the arrivalof a daughterciSeveral from tbis pace attend a pdSaturday SpringfieldMrs J B Carrico a few days this week Mr James Nalley who hasI b eenon the sick list for sometime we are sorry to report not much improved at this wrlting The pretty weather of tepast weelc has made the farmer get a bustle oh them as thee re scveial through pttjmin corn Those who took dinner with IIrSunday were Mr and Mrs Alex H tamiltOnP Carrico of this place CMrwas m our midst a few days as weekMr and Mrs C M Smith of Rip Shine have been vibiting thfcirdaughter Mrs John Thomas of Manton recently Commissioners Sale F Keelidg assignee etc PIIFJ EquityAlexBy virtue of a Judgment and order CircuitCourt1915 in the above styled cause I shall CourtRoupeMONDAY APRIL 26 1915 bpingcountyaertpubllcauctIonand two years the following describedj property towit situatedWashington muNorthtcres and 24 square poles satbfyjudgmentsIn favor of J S Clements prior flfavorof equal dignity int to Apr 2t B4140Insecojidlien91Costfrstjrnated Total 238CU- i For the purchase price the purchaser tyorbearing legai interest from dat of sale paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be piepared to sotermsMCWO C Commissioners Sale Mrs GD Robertson Assignee etc Plff EquityG ofltoinproceedtheCoutHouseMONDAY APRIL 26 1015 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being ndbestnpon followingTwo tracts of land situated on the waters of Little Beech fork about one mile North of Springfield and Perry yule Turnpike and about 3 miles W andiI ClaybrooketractThis propertyis sold to satisfy judgments as follows Mrs G D Robertson 1st lien W 1noWt Cost estimated 7 Total 228 87 For the pnr hase price the purchaser IryirsuretieiDUitIflfiL Interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bidders will be pre p1edto coniplj promptly with thE terms C HOSLEY J M C17 C I f L Ideal Fireless Cookstove I That the largest factory its the world building Steam Cookers hould produce the one perfct wbatjIThousands of housewives have Slid Tdl gladly buy a Preless Cookstove if I knew I ciuld gets goodan articlii in its classas my Ideal Steam Ooqkerbas prou d Todty we can say after years madamis of experiment and practical j in he world It will never dis fappoint you We krow it is b terthaut any others made It has been tested against them all It will save lime money labor nd ive more nutritious cooking a Russels Jewelry Store ever Saturdyartt moon Mrs Robt Marks Paone 35 Noticer Notice is hereby given that all citizens or resideuts of Spring field Ky are rrquiied to thor ghly clean their respeciivt prtmises or premises Qccupied by them and remote or cause to be removed therefrom all debris tin cans litter tra hashes and garbage of every kind Vednes lY and J hJr day April 2bih and 29th 1915 are hereby desig riaUd andset apart as CLEAN P DAYS and the city will fnrcish wagons to haul all glb acre at some accessible paeland notify city marshal All tizens are futher required to tf roughly clean all privies 1rivyobnuxi us paces on iheu re spective premises and to n IIKVH from said premises all wteds brush or other debris or garbage You are futher noufied that ou tFridayday May I 1915 a committee b the Mother Cluo of Spf ingfielo Kywill inspect your premises and will report to the city coon cil the extent to which this ordei is obeyed and for any failure o refusal to comply with this order ttbe person or persons to failing will be proceeded ogaitst accird ing to law This order is wade pursuaul o an order ofth city council 0 MnELUOY Mayoi opy Attest F B NuE City Clerk For Rent Six loom rtsidenLe on Main Street J A Boulware Commissioners Sale Peoples Deposit Bank Assignee PUT tquitv1JBy virtue of a Judgment and ordtr of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1915 iu the above styled cause shall proceed to pffor for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 26 191f at 2 oclock pm or therehlJbut ing couhty court day to the highest and best bidder at public auctior upon a credit of and I12 months the lowing described property towit or sufllcient thereof to produce the 8urnt of money so ordered to be made A certain tract of land situated in Washington County Ky about 2 roil North of Texas adjoining the lands ot John Barnes Jno S Cocanoughi r Tom Swann and Walter Gamble ana containing 70 acres more or less This property is sold to satisfy judg ment as follows Peoples Deposit Bi I lien note and interest to April 26 IUI5 o75487SFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchOsers with approved Security or sureties must execute borfd beur ing legal interest from date of sale llt til paid and haying the force anil effect of a Judgment Hidden wit io prepared to comply promptly v these terms C R BOSLEY tSW C Commissioners Sale John Ellery etc PUT FquiyUanBy virtue df a Judgment and prdurrI ofbale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1915 in the above styled cause ItohaI ourl1House1j MONDAY APRIL 2 Ittll5 I5Countytier at public auction uoim crdittlfand 12 months tho following de scribed property towit A certnii tract of laud niton ted in Washington Co Ky about niie Southeast of Springfield and in villaga known as Jimto vn Iliis prop whichisFor the purchase price the purchaser securityt111dhavingment Bidders will be prepared to comply termsCC C FHenaessyExecutors will offer for sale the land adjoining the property in above style suit oon taining 60160 feet This tract of Ia d will be sold ona credit of six mootns For Sale Single Ccmb While Leghorn Eggs 75 cents for setl ting of IlaAltO Mamoiotb Rronz Turkey E tsS3 50 fo Mrs Reed Spalding 7 pf 71w I I We beg to announce to the merchants and generally that fromtis time onwe are 1the market for the above nameditems at the bestt market prices We solicit your patronage 4 the best prices consistent with good business Look us up when you come to town e Iwe get permanently located our Phone is No 48 Our trucks will be glad to serve you I REEmc COOJ D PETEIIS- OI i Cash Price Paid for Old Rubber SPRINGFIELD = n H MISFireman Breaks Ankle Leg Foot Arm and Head In Five of His Rest Periods His left ankle broken when caught with several other firemen under adffalling wall at the big fire In Collings w moodthe Homeopathic hospital Camden that all five serious mishaps he bas sustained while In tho Camden fire deSpartment were met in responding toj calls on his day ort says the Phlladel p whlalast time He Just dropped In at Ore headquarters to see how things were going when the call for aid came from Colllngswnod Of course he could not resist the temptation to lead his com p reanyOn another of his days off in 19OThe was thrown from the engine andinsuffered a compound fracture of the left leg At another time in a like accident also on his day off his righttfoot was crushed At still anotherttime Captain Wade suffered a frac tare of his left arm by a tall at abfire at Eleventh anl Cooper streets Fighting a fire at the Graves varnish jusShappened around he sustained a contcusslon of the brain when struck byna f JStilltheCcaptain forcing a smile mSwattingThe Japanese administration ot Korea has adopted a queer but very effective method of stamping out distease due to the common fly says the London Globe The AngloSaxon slo gan of Kill that fly would probably not stimulate the Imagination ot a people which regards disease as In evitable so the administration has hK on the Idea of buying flies from the populace and an illustration in the lat est annual report on reforms and prog ress In Korea bears tho enticing head line Purchasing tiles from natives by government officialsd inpIyInterest as the price per pound or by the thousand and the nature of the local Edinburgh Tho roll of honor In the book Fa mous Edipburgh Students includes the name of Oliver Goldsmithwhich may surprise many people the fact that ho had at any time any assocla tlon with Scotland being little known says the London Chronicle It took several universities to complete the education of Oliver Goldsmith and Ed Inburgh was one of them After ho graduated at Dublin he spent three years in verse writing flute playing 1and in more or less perfunctorily studying law at London and medicine at Leyden and tIle Scottish capital Ho was in Edinburgh somewhat too tIloon to have met either Burns or Rob 1crt FergusBon both of whom would would have been men after his own heart Each could have piloted him to distinguished anti disreputable boozing kens Plant Art Education Isadore Duncan has annourced her Intention to supply an art educatlonlto 1000 children made war She hopes after the war Is ended to take her present pupils and many others to an Island which Jalhas purchased the coast of 8laOI Th re she expects eventually to l00ft children 210 each from Germany I5oI Iv llftaiiJ and Russia itS w1nit American children who may wish to bo included but for whose sup- pOrt Il will be necessary to have sub ecrlptlons yUnquestionablyVhlih would you rather be a chauffeur or an aviator Well the latter is tho higher post Ion A Quant ideaj A nwidea was introduced in the mlnla lure of tthe gifts that were too huge to be dlsplaved on the black oak in the half tablesI Thus one of the Klfts was English manor house Reproduced to 0tbe last detail in a twofoot model the gray manor house of the sixteenth century struck amongst the pearls and chiseled sliver an exceedingly picturesque noteIgrayJthorsedpower The model a perfect one set an n goldmounted dressing case made all the guestss mouths water The brides brothers gift was a rid- Ing horse an Irish hunter The model was done in slay by a girl sculptor There were several other gifts also reproduced in miniature among them a motor boat and a blplan duUtcncan mnners wan m 75 rieia the palm to the small countries of Europe such as Holland and Denmark The resuUo there are almost incredible People can hardly corn prebend what Intensive farming thoBeacountries or at least read the reports 2of men like Rider Haggard who went there in an official way CALL THEM LANGLEYS f Move to Honor the Memory of the First Man Who of DreamedI faIThe reading world has become mlliar with the word Taube and un heerstandsan aeroplane Men read every day of flying machines that are called a Wright a Curtiss a Blerlot a heFarmanand other names fastened toI a plane by a builder or an aviator lahomodel differing from some otherI II y the and original service to aviation ndered by the late Prof Samuel Plerrepont Langley of Washington cowothe suggestion perhaps it mightI even be called a movementto have the generic name Langley applied poII seems throughtbald Hopkins of Washington and Frank Warren Hackett has seconded t Ishetthe commander in chief of the armyJ tudJ b rought to his attention might favor Hopkins propopal and give dl rections that henceforth the governf eat airships shall be called LangI leys Mr Hackett has written that the unselfish devotion of the late Samuel Plerrepont Langley to the solu t ion of the problem of aerial flight to tine discovery of the principle has been admitted and admired by all well Informed Americans and that our country ought to enjoy the honor that would attach to the coming Into use of this term Venomous Cinder Beetle The cinder beetle hitherto consid ered as a tranquil little parasite that- evoted Itself exclusively to rails s pikes and other railroad property has developed some flaw and alarm- Ingl symptoms according to a letter vicious and worse than thatlu bite has been followed by a poisonous In fection Last Wednesday to the udge writes a fast train tore through Coolidge without stopping Suddenly U came to a halt half a mile down the track and the engineer was seen to climb down examine the cylinders and the piston rod and then throw up his hands In despair A cinder beetle had Jumped from the track to the cow catcher and with one bite of Its venomous fangs had killed tlii engine After a delay of a few fours a relief engine wearing Ia flynet at rived and pulled tho train on Its vi Kansas City Stan A Good Name All great men have children named after them Thore was a time in America when Washington and JefferI son enjoyed at the baptismal standing not less regular than that of Ores gathered in ono town show between August 2 and DecemberthatIno less than twentyone fathers families bestowed this name uponI their sons A plumber in the semi town desired to have hIs little daugh ter called Jotfrette But the town clerk declined to admit the name to the pill clal register And yet says a French commentator Its a pretty name enough Raw or Cooke- dBaconThis paper says that the Gernan beet crop this year Is expect ed to produce not less than 2500000 tons of raw sugar EgbertIshould think It hot enough over there this year to produce the xugar ceotet1SBoston Spirits areIsaloons there are on em The AntlMoiqulto Raid The crusade recently launched to many cities to exterminate the tool quito should be taken up all over tho country While more formidable In some places than others It should not daunt a1 people who have made such definite inroads against pests and pur veyors of disease In general at we have In late years Indeed we have included even the mosquito In our con quests to such an extent as apparently to wipe out that particular species that spreads the germs of yellow fever Of course the American people have learned the primary lesson In all such crusades namely tho relative value of modern sanitation Cleaning out the breeding places doing away with standing water of marshes and remov- Ing the cause of mosquitobreeding la the first step to bo taken end that we say has been taken to a llarge ex tent c AY S5r STSSzT 4 4 0 ai uui I I iAlsoi public 1 1In Is WASHINGTON COUNTY PRODUCE iliHighest KYJ swaUersI reIcem modelII IItban fromI allIpears e1I T FARMER RADFORD ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE Tbe home Is the greatest coatribu tlon of women to the world and the arthstone is her throne Our alci structure Is built around her and social righteousness is In her charge Her beautiful life lights the skies of po and her refinement is the charm of twentieth century clviltiatloiu Her gracna and her power are the cumu tive products of generations oJ queenly conquest and her crown of exalted womanhood Is jeweled with the wisdom of saintly mothers She has been a great factor In the glory of our country and her noble achieve m eats should not be marred or her hallowed influence blighted by the arSer duties of citizenship American chivalry should never permit her to bear the burdens of defending and maintaining government but should reserve her unsullied from the allied Influences of politics and protect her from the weighty responsibilities ol e sordid affairs of life that will crush her Ideals and lower her stand ards The motherhood of the fat n our inspiration she is the1 guardian of our domestic welfare anc a grIde o a higher life but directing the af fairs of government Is not within wo mans sphere end political gossly would cause her to neglect the home forget to mend our clothes and bum the biscuits RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS We need social centers where oui young people can be entertained amused and instructed under the di rection of cultured cleatf and corn petent leadership where aeethetln surroundings stir the lose for the beautiful where art charges tho at mosphere with inspiration and pow r and Innocent amusements instruct and brighten their lives To hold our young people on the farm we must make farm life more attractive as well as the business of farming more remunerative The school house should N the social unit properly equipped for nourishing and building character so that the lives of our people can properly function around It and become supplied with the necessary elements of human ought and activity Education Is a developing of the mind not a stuffing of the memory Digest what you readrOld men have visions young mcu hare dreams Successful farmers plow deep while sluggard sleep The growing of legumes willl retard soil depletion and greatly add to iu Poer to produce SEEK LOST TREASURED The old lure of pieces of eight nr A bright doubloons Is again calling o those for whom lost and pirate Jcas urn still sound an irresistible all In the departure rom San Fanciso recently of the ornier seen schooner Robert Henry on a invsterious expedition to the lower const bf iili fornin Another effort is on foot to wrest from the abandoned hulks of the ea and the supposed treasure filled beaches of distant shores booj nail loot untold Seekingf salvage all parts of the world is thu work of thlAmerica rep Sea Exploration conpany OWIOM of the vessel Justl what is tile object of the strange quest the outfitters arenot prepared to Sly but it is understood that time old wrecks that litter the shores of Magdaleoa bay which was the ro treat of many dirk craft of former decades sic tho attraction THE VERY REASON New Elevator Boy Im aispiv claus of that old man Whenever he cornea in the bank he sneaks in as if he was afraMxkiii nld e himThe JsnitorB iIs That tuG president bf tba Lank J11ciizsDrinh JKVomansDrink Z8rJJor4S DCink p y r z7t J JC 4 Vigorouly good and keenly rrdelicious Thirst quenching binJfand re = Whenever you tee 1 Arrow li1k of Coec Cola The national l beverage and yours Demand the arnniaeby Wl name r encourage tubititntion TfIE COCACOLA COMPANY Atlanta GL L1t7 Write rUlne JLpna tteta Eras said tyr Dawklna saiimaae man Whatfi that Its a GreeK letter fraternity au swered Mrs Pawklns Umph snorted Mf Dawklna Id like to know way Kd couldnt Jofh something American Instead of tak lug up with a lot of forelgnera rheBrighterSIdeS This war In Europe la terrible I agree with you Still Im more fortunate than some people How Is that I1m not acquainted with any tired military men who Insist on tell ing me how It ought to be fought A Slow Pupil Theres1 many a slip betwixt tlie cup and the Up you know Yes Ive heard that quotaUbn be fore but lately Ive bco Jmpresseaby tho fact that there i many a slip between the Initial tango lesson and the attainment of a certain deP n pf pro ficiency sn tajicro nv TWOWOf1EN AVOID LL OPERATIONS By Taking Lydia E Pink t 1IChicago IllImust thank youwitt alll my heart for Lyuia E Finkhami VegetdbloCom pound lused to go to my doctor for pills mid remedies and they did not help me ii bail headaches and could teatnxidthcc- ioctorclainied I had fcmalcp trouble and must have an opera tioniIreadin tho paper about Lydia E Flnkhams Vega tablq Compound and I have taken it and feel fine A lady said one day Oh I feeiso tired all the time and have heaoV ache I said Take Lydfa Pink horns Vegetable Compound and she did and feels fine nowMrs M nKARSCIINICK 1433 N Pauline Street Chicago Illinois The Other Case Dayton Ohio Lydia EiPuikhoms Vegetable Compound relieved me of pains in my side that I had for years and which doctors medicines failed to relieve It has certainly saved ine from an operation I will bo glad toassist roll by a personal letter to any woman thoilame condltionMrs JWSHEMS 126 Cass St Dayton Ohio If you vant special advice write to LydIa B Plnlclmm Ikied Jdlno Co confidential Iynu Mass Yonrletter will be opened read and answered by a voraau and held iu strlcp conlidonce GERMAN MOTTO ICrT DIErr Urgbd That Language of Teuton B Removed From the Prince of Wales Badge Iv The school readers tf a past gen eratlon told the brave story of tho bat Jtie or Crcssy fought on the 2M of August 1346 n which the Enk sh g4Iter an exchange remarks Among dead tras the old blind king of theIhernia thio was led into the battle guides Ills standard was taken sndI carried to the black prince On ts his crest three ostrich feathers with the mdtto In German 7ch DleC1 rs rvel This the prince adopt ed and it has been borno ever since by the successive princes of Wales In memory of this victory Today It la being urged by British newspapers that the language of this Teuton be removed from the badge end the plain English I servo be used in its stead To the feathdra taken from John of Luxembourg king ot Bohemia with the motto the dor onet was added it Is said by Edwird VI and the prince of Wales fajth erA are vested in the heir apparent whether he is crested prince of TVale8 or not But worse is yet to come If the suggestion pf a Welsh paper pre vails The paper suggests Jhat to be a correct and proper motto for t a prince of Wales neither Tell Dlcn nor I serve should be used but the simple Welsh translation Qwasanae thaf f War Brought Prosperity o Cuba The European war syst a tra elf r recently arrived from that island has pat money In the pockets o fhep Cubans and they are good spenters North American goods liked by the Cubans will find a better market there today than at any time since the founding ot the Republic yearthanonly iis it larger than usual but they aro getting better prleea for It than ever before This le due to the Euro pen war which has cut down the beet sugar crop of the continental countries from onequarter to on halt Prices for raw sugar will go mdch higher thari they are now In the es tlifaatloa ot many down there- In the ten years I have been work Ing In Quba I have never known the people so happy and prosperous Cor thinly they have the money to spend and it Is waiting for tho manufacture er who Is willing to go Into the trada ItTaa otr INo Her arms 1lre full of bundle rni1 shes trying to see what time it Is by her wrist watch i Its EndSWhats become of the peace cci ferenco whlch was to hate keen bell next month In Vienna My dear that peace kai eccLM Ml 11 JI i RC BROWN AG ENT FOR entucky Growers Insurance Co OF LEXINGTON KY Insures Against Fire Lightning Wind Farm JM aai Grovrara risks specialty 4 KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE S Rates Reasonable Telephone Th5 SPRINGFIELD KY iiJc J1 UDD Physician and Surgeon StoOamOffice nouri t 2 p m Over Haydons Drug Store a 4 DRvIFP TRU- SfYDENTIST l 4 Office over Haydon Barber 4 Pental woric at reasonable prices Ail work guaranteed Dr R J HAMILTON J SPRINGFIELD KY 2QII100 to 300 P Mjj DR MW HYATT Office over Springfield State Bank Office hours 1030 a mJ to 12 m4 to fP m 1 Wpb QR1GBY ATTORNEYATLAW Office over Peoples Hank BPRINOFIKLI KY HSECWTOWOMENII The most economical cleansing nndiI germicidal of all antlseptlca isj a ji A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as neededj As a medicinal antiseptic for douched in treating catarrh Inflammation or IIulceration of nose throat and thnI caused by feminine ills it has no equal For ten years the Lydia R PlnUhani Medicine Cohas recommended PxUnI in their private correspondence will women which proves its superiority f Women who have been cured say It4s worth Its weight in gold maIrrdruggists 60c large box or by The Paxton Toilet Co Boston Maag 1 Strawberry PJalltsa tl iiFRUIT AND SHADE TREESS and our first offering of the rje marUable Mammontt Pearl t iL Potato4t 4Free Catalogs No Agents H rFHilleanieyer Sons J i 1841 v Lexington ky 1915f rf f a Comnvssioners Sate i1 fi IirIt tH K CurtsinRer Assignee etc Plff I EquityJI Cts By virtue of a Judgment and order c of sale of the Washington Circuit Court 1915inceed to offer for sale at the Court JJHoufedoorin Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL l6 191Itso at 1 oclock pmv or thereabout bgingrp county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit off 6 12 and 18 months the following dchscribed property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of S r ordered to be made mqneyj Twocertain tracts of land Washington county Ky near Boqker Station and containing acres This t landwill be offered separately and as a whole ahd sold in the way producing most money DebtsIHIf Curteinger prior lien andsint to April 26 1915 322783 f Grundy Mclntires second lien t and int to Apr 26 1916 32915 First National Bank second lien eand mt to Apr 26191543887Costs estimated 7500 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must executa bond bearing ii legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effectI i ofa Judgment Bidders will be pre F pared to comply promptly with these h terms C F BOSEEY M C W C C a r For Sale I Rhode island Red Eggs 00 for lifieenC Ptjn is headed by my priite winning coekereU anti hens are deep red Mrs Prank UannMon Spriu beld R F D 2 Ifydujvfanl a nce Tailorrfl suii ftr suftni andbummer coui bnJ get mjr prices I have uv r 400 jwuolens to select tro nwc aIohava lol0lrluse WJOo s Spriugtield City Tnior l F W tJaumbauer fnip Muiu Set Jrif field Ky ti Make tiloin hi n xt fin Ju riftmltt 0 tv iitOlJk ar iUSLIii1pldlOfl Okttt h Lead r B 1tUemeni Sprngric d R R 2 has fJiS13lledI H1nd Straw 14 7w1- n u it tOWN r nwi iWnW OO umhi mwromnro Local Happenings of Interes c The Freshest and Latest All About Yourself Friend and Acquaintances I t1rw i n oRSeed c rn at Edeleo Barbers Baled Pay and Straw for sale N P Styompson Phone 119 W Seed potatoes and garden seedl at McClure Mayes S P Thompson rr3 has for sale 1000 locust post R L Clements R R 2 ha eedlC L Grundy Springfield r 1 has or sale jlocust posts Let us demonstrate the No Work Ice Cream Pre zer to you Edelen Barber FORSALE Three tin chicken coops at half price Appy to MrsR E C Lawson QKoR RENT House and icr s of corn and THOS tobacco DUNCAN t5jiII For SaleA good work and brood mare Harrv Derringer Valley Hill J T Wheatly Springfield r r 5 box 12 hts forsale a hort hornmale calf If you want the best seed potatoes and garden seed call on McClure N ayes IFo SaleS C R 1 Cqckercs each Mrs J I Martin May Ridd Springfield r r f1 ptymoutbI For Saleti U R I Red Eges Pen 100j yard 50 cents Phone lox Why turn an Ice ream Freez er when you can get a no worl ieezer at Edelen Barbers Rev C R Crowe invites vOlJ nextIMr and Mrs L T Brown re lejoicing over the arrival Iason Rubber lires of the very liest rabber put on by Hariow Law re nee Mackviile at 10 per set Iwe nave something mw in ie way of Ice Cream Frerzers Qur famous No work freezer See them Edelen Barber BariedPl mruih Rock eggs or sale A G Callciway strain Louisville Ky Tocts per setting Order delivered in town Mrs S P Derringer liOn last Thursday afternco the dwelling of Mr1hjn Car Tier on the farm of Mr Henry ailton burned together with all the contents iMr HI orge Powell who vasl severely iitjtired by a saw h oiling over him is now on way to recovery and his friel heI re hoping to see him out in borttiwe Rev P F Hennessy enter tain ad the junior choir of S Dominics at a banquet at the Springfield Hotel lust Thursday night a delightful banquet was arid tpasts were responded to Springfield Lodge No 50 F A M will have mtetio Mon day iwnig April lOWoflr IWP B NOE SecyI On last Saturday night Luci n Thornton colored took a shot at John Ar d rson also coloied in a difficulty on High Street Thornton was arrested aiivi placed in jail and iis now awaiting rial on a charge of shouting at Another with intent to lull Ke was brought outMouday and hs trial set for Friday Dick Richards plead guilty to a disorderly conduct charge I5e fore Jude Nile last Mondy and was given a fine of 2 50 The Thtee Lectures Rev B P Atkinson who was Euwpeffigyaqip f VarinBurnIedesivfedL- le5e lectures as m ounced and Ii arenveii pleased Rev At uinson visit has dJIH reutircod to the caue of temp r neliand Ins givtn an uplift to thoseof righteousness TOPICS I I n n n nt VllUU I Model Sanitary r rft Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs 220j ard SAnnouncement t r Mr 0 T Cunningham wishes to announce that he has opened his office over the Robertson 1tIaybruolce Store for the pur pose of practicing law and will practice in Washington County and adjoining counties and lin the Court of Appeals NOTICE IwillonI County Court Jay May 24 1915 offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the Delinquent list of Washington county The reason for said notice is in order to give all persons yet remaining on said list an op portunity to pay said tax before sale J A WYCOFF Clerk Washington Co Curt Dwelling Burns On last Friday the home of Mr Lawrence Hagan who was living on the faim of Mrs Jennie Willett burned to The ground withall its contents At the time tf the fire Mrs Hagan wa- Iving in the bed with her two days old chi d i nJ was apprised f IIIQ fire wlin some of S PS ofthe burning building vere falling on her Child Dies On yesterday morning death entered tne home of Mr and Mrs Will Johnson and took from their mdst their infant child Teresa Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at St Dominics Whild fond parents grieve over the death of their hb le ones vet life jjshon at the longest andin Ute endiess ages of eternity the infjint who is called from the cradle goes only a little while before him vh grows from childhood tot an hood and from rnallUOl- tbc agaiu tu cmldnoud 4 In The Courts The Fiscal Court wlich was in session at Ili date of our last is Mie closed last Thursday In he matter ofbtato aid for turn pikes in Washington County the State CoiuniiMSioner reucmmend od tj at the county speiH tIe a jun por r it dforstatenid lo ont IL dat a lime and r commended thut the Birds town Road btlrsti one worueu and in accordance with the recominendaiiun the Cour agreed to apply the State aid portion of the turnpike fund t work on the Bardstown Had With tne amount of money Hyail abie next year and Applications for State aid made on othe roads Ii is hopect that the road over the county may be so xvoru ed this year that a large application fur State aid can be in ide neat year- Dedication of New Organ IServices were held Sunday for the first in sever ilI Weeks at the Presbpterian Church a Rev RE U LOWSUII has been ii for sometime However all of hs ojd rriofdj were glad 10 see him till hU pulpit again Sunday The services in the forenuon co iHLsieu or dedLa ion of the- N w Pipe Orgm which has ru ccnllv been mtalled In the afternoon Mr Gee Litimer of Lebanon gave an organ recital ant the Cau3taTlle Resurrec i and the Life was rendered by the Presbyterian Choir The Church was crowded to its ca pacity rand complimpntry re marks were heard on allsides as to ttie newbfgm an i peop e may welt pe ploudd itras it isI un Clean Up Days The Womms Club of Suring heldovitil cojpe rae with the Cii y Council in m iking thnsn days long to be rotne ut ered Clean up dys will be observed in every torn of importance in the iiate P rot Iol in and the Junior League composed of tb chool chi dren will cc pertte Tne following is along the lini o worK hop d to be d ne the d ys Cleai tre ts back yar and alleys that u re seen Clean cellars attics and closets that ae not seen Clean up with paint and mended l fences Tear dnvn or cover with vtes all unsightly buildings Dont al loN loose paper or fruit peel ings on your street Encourage the children as well as the grown ups to help TI e motto for these da s will te Ill Help A prize of 5 has been offered by Marshal Grace for the realest improvement in the premis s of tie white inhabitants and t5- bj Evan S Rees for the ureaL est iimprovement the premises i1 of the colored inhaMarits Flowers and Plants IwiLt be in Springfield County Court day with flowers and plants Geo R MattinglY Go To Sunday School Springfield Sunday Schools will rio their part toward genii g1 the millim attendants on G to Sunday School Dav April 25 The Superintendents of tile variobs Sunday Schools IJLVI held l meeting at which time a special appeal was drafted to the membership ol their respective Sunday Schools urging them to get busy at the same time try to encourage the Superintend ents ot the schpols in the County to get busy and work up the largest attendance evet present in a single day and to ivport the attendance to Ky S S Association 712 Louisville Trust Bldg Louisville Ky on Aprii 26 TLe f Mowing is the rppeal Dar Friends Ajiii 25th has been designated as Go to Sun day bchool Day all over ou Stitj anll u6 other Sipte And Washington county is rged to do its share towards netting a mutton atenlants out on that day Etch schiol is expected to get out and hustle from now on High attendance marks have bim pjsted in earih of our schools as follows itypt st 5undiy School 350 Christian Sunday School 200 Presbyterian Sunday School 125 Methodist Sunday School 100 VVon yju as an individual try bj bring it up this rh irrs by eaiti iiig yourself iud bringing one or twj with you There willfoe special programs ni each of tie schools RespettfullyrYours Evan S Rots JJ J Graves W VVharton Educational FL N e oejj One of the in 4t si nihcair education u evouis th t h is ever been heldin Washington county Aas pulled lHYIattHoUouit H Oust last Tuesday when Miss LidS Gadner SUJLM iitenduiL of Nicholas c unty Schools tact the Wushiugtuji County Boaid of Education and the Trusses of the cuuiiy i per cent of whom were in intendance Those yt in their teens can well remember tire time when the office of ftchool rustee Was cor sider IwporItilnceand progiessve trustee ras the tx ceptiou rather ihan the rule felqthLtand that when he had elected a teacher his duty ha been dis charuedttlll he was under no obigaiion or ruttier that he hud no tight to tthe au tp LOt tint the sciiolwus p opeily c n ducted ami iiiuitr the systeui of schoos itiui pe ailed there was no such thing as c a 10g tujjteesvof OPUlatIUHI schoolsSeeiig the neeli of unity in school mattery and rIcedaf this cooperation amon Truste Mr John McFerrai that aged arid V reDible uhilmthropiit of Louisville at his own expense has empoyed Miss Gardner to through lie counties of Ken ttgo o ganizipg the trustees of CirOjls sothut they might 1do more tlicieht service Miss Gardner Ins visited 11etit1v JOt coenie ofvihe state and has nut on y told them tow to o gunze hut has orga izud iheuil Site delivered two lectures at tIre Court Uousi tneid a idvwtaiuj her lectures are nut int nded for a mea s 0 ente tu nmttit buts fieiiy busu ess lectures r ELlF1 eI1 1 ipJ1iIwofiuiI we TJ1JLIt D Y by reducing our q JI JIm of Merchandisef tIi I AT LEAST HALF IN THS NEXT toDA S i I v ISo iin order to enable us to meet our obligations we are gpihg to offer to the public a clean up to date line of 7t WJs FurnishingsJ Shoess M3G l r 11 fV TI AT A SAVING OF 20 to 40 PER CENT ON THE 100 t finrJ vV Jrl busy and take advantage of this money saving pppprtuhij Agent IISoget best all wool tailoring line in Springfield EERH CAMPBELL BRL I I First National Bank Opposite Me JI rL r Oshebeld the clcsest attention of her crojvd lhioufhout Sire organized the trustees agd they adopted tire same reso luiipns which were ajlopteJ by1 the Nicholas iunty trustees Ve are conddept of much guod cowing from Miss GarJnerV visit and are onscio lSof a gra m jfovement in our iruslee zy ctn It is not ibecause wo liav b Her taws ard it is notj btJUotI hav be lwv t as lur we have in ny ShUiCtsI the stiu 11 n out it is d1argelypeisisteui efforts of Mr Me berrau to dosomething bring tKentucky out of the lagging place she has occupied in educa tional waiters ta a tit place to whica she isentited He hs done more to make the K E A what it is than anyone else and this same K E A wil hold its meeting in Loui ville Iroia April 21 t to 24th m ciusive and we hope that tv ery icitciiur and every trustee ii Wishuigton county will put iirhis or her uppearuncu bQ- and see tire wan who is doing more for Education in Ken uehy than anyone vise for when he is gone posieifty will owe a lent Lohm tie vain of which she will doubtless never fully appreciate PERSONAL Messrs C A Gi on and 1 C Mcelroy are at French Lick pring Mr and Mrs U D Rodman Louisville spent the weekend with Judge aud Mrs 1 HTlnr man oohn A Polin is spending this week in Green county Jn the in terest of Iris candidacy for Coir mon wealths Attorney Mr ind Mrs J A Boulwnre CunninghamI ij Mr A H ShuJtZi Jr has rtJ turned to ParlOl burg after a visit to his parents at this place Mrs J R Pardieu and son bhertian left esterday for XjJUiNviilo where they will make their home Moo cn McGill of Indian 1op lit lad spent several days h ie this week MessrsT 3 Plaui rr It C Bobiiit S M Campboll anti Joe Biihop were in JJardsovn Mon dayI j Mr O T Cunninghaml has re tunnd from a bc iaess trip to Ashland I11rs Fannie Blandford has returned from Louisville where 810 spent seVHral days Icolfirg up styles in miiiiiiery MissEftiie Foster is in Louis ville this week sliidyiag tl e millinery styles- Mesr8VIW F Grigs by and JoPUitiWre in Louisvillj Jtst Frday V fv r jklcssra gC Shader C Mutr Walhen Simms Jat a ruo John A Poll anlJ J t t t 4i4x lTIiE EW FIRIf jji An Ch tz 8Cokjc Jl OFFICE BARBEflPETTUSa t r i ac IA R Shultz has satisfied the people of Washington and adjoining counties for 30 years WHY NOT YOU We will bg1Iddirfiare 1 IWIth youon large or small contracts in the Heating fy Phimbfnjor- Tinning J 1 line Agents for Buckeye Pumps S I GIVE US A CALL t2ui I I I 44 k5 WheAl ley attended the Knights off oumbus meetirg at Bards town SundayIMr Henry Waifs and wife f Lebanon are visiting relatives ut this placeIMr 0 Brent Roberts Editor of the Lanapbellsville Enquirer visited his parents here the first of the week WIV Nallwy wa in UariJ town Iondav on business Misj Lorena Nal ey is ill of typhoid feverS Mr and Mrs S Hi Hish p and Mr and Mrs rHyron GroaUe hive returned fiom Florida where they spent tfie winter An Ordinance a regular meeting rj the IAt Conncil of the City ofj Springfield Ky held at its regular meeting place on Friday April 2 1915 iatLO being tire regular tune for meeting the folo ing ordinance was passed The Council of tire city of Spring field Ky do ordain us follows Station Unt That a tax of seveutyfh e coats on each 100 00 nf proputv rind franchises in the cty Spiiiiglield Ky as setsvd for taxution for the vear 1915 be and tIe same is hereby levied and which shall belorth following purposes 25c for streets arid impro e intents 22c for water 23c for lights 5c for general purpose Sfection Two That there be and there is levaby levied upon each male iiiba titaatlof t ie said ilL of SpriugHeld Kya over tile aye of 21 years One doUr and fifty ceiUs poll iae for tlie yea lJ15 for general purposes J C McELROY Muyoi Attest F B NoeCiLy Chtlc- i fI- I OLESffOEiAD1Aiar fifrLkd j Drive your cares away in an Ames buggy Bred ip Old Kentucky Balt like a rate horse Runs so lightly and rides o easily that it jtf t 5 maicef you forget your worries takts the kinks right out of you ruts wu and your horse on your dignity and mettle Makes you both k look and feel like thoro spinThebaGthebetterbuolulor1ourmoIl i Come and see the Ames here size it 1 upand test it any way you like It s certainly the better buggy lot your nineyn4 you will like it A C KIMBALL ISPRINGFIELD KY rTTL7The ract Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlersjpf alum bakirjtg jxiwders too jju gling th chemicals or pretended analysis or co3k dup certificates or falsehoods of 1 any kind can change the fact that i Royal Baking Powder has been fbu by tkstJlc- lal extIou lo be 1 tile jt highest leavemlaf effielcmcy iinrirltyF Royall Baking Powder Js imw ibie l j sailandrnostcconok1 j Ii p jjt A IL 5 r I r i J jTI1IkMAN ly SCWWI ILMEA 01lL o j UZSl a ca ifBrer declared Mr c J sioethe furniture iep 7 4 r relctGeltar to ioaHe up tradeTn a mbnth UInln all DUilneM rivals In the two townsmen casually 1tit ciwed what wi constantly current jrsong the exdtSi and expectant em Floyesl of the neat mercantUe estab t jishmeBt nder general discussion I The proprietor of the Famous Ira lIStain was a plunger He had IInij herlted some money and had startedI tthe biggest partment known In the district Already there was the Enterprise which filled tber local bill very comfortably but Stein was a pusher and hoped to sood corner all the trade of the section ISI3 had done some bold and amazing r5tlaings he drew custom and Merle Wharton Ills young manager haq carried out some bright Ideas Then Stein happening to visit a friend who fd made a great success In the big 5w cHy came back taBockton wlthimore Idiexpansive Ideas In his mind than ever lEtrt The whole essence of your propos tljra Stein advised his friend Ia having a lire wire uptodate advertls Ilog man We have bulltup this bus k neWof ours on publicity novelties 4S bargains fS 5Where will I get one questioned Stein4i hard to gett was the re j ply The good ones are all grabbe v for The bad ones are worse thanF c no good We tried one or two In b latter class and they nearly ruined 1 us slels went back to Rockton wIth thlsbee In his bonnet after Instruct log another friend In the city to ad l A rlak rtuttllng Young Man Tertlse fortheufian he wanted and to t himtjtraln a brisk bustling young man who c1rcultthe sophisticated Rural Rockton however swallowed him whole He was arrayed In thn latest style wore ia diamond big as a hazel nut walked through the town as If he soon In tended to own It and entered the Fa moua and the presence of Mr Stein It took the newcomer who named t 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 momr the district had He even t1Iashed a card showing that at one time he had been advertising man for 55the rich friend of Stein In the city rThat settled It for Stein who was too hypnotized to think of finding out why lefttsuch Important employ UI must have a free hand declared Lane Oh certainly certainly I leave lo you Stein hastened to say Expense must be no object In It going to wake up this dead town As a beelness doctor I first want to t over the establishment and see what f kind of working timber youre got There was one man who demurred 2 at the sky rocket schemes of the new comer when he had outlined his- V plans This waa Merle Wharton He was a Yaluable employe or the bousa IbutLane was peremptory i Hed kIll my good work with his- conservative backcountry ideas Lane told S lnio Wharton was told togo S c Its all right Mr Stein he said I 11Jelter an tmderetandlng now than a J cquabbie later If I am not In accord with your new business policy would be useless to you I shall tell 7pflrrfval i j L you however that I shall go over to the nthrprIan- Thats all right bobbed the chip per Lane There will bp noEnter prlseJn amonthWe shall have all the business For one thing Wharton was sorry to leave theFamous He bad been court lft ing pretty Nettle Duane the store A senseless1stenographer quarrel f r had come up She was miffed ho f was proud and they had exchanged vastrcweelisThe Enterprise wLt glad to get jVVTharton His steady going honest tuslneaq methods were in accord with ttiope ot the proprietor Wharton made dome suggestions as to painting ihft tprej frqnt engaging a window dresker and faIrly and respectably t meetlzigtho lurid advertising methods of the Famous 4 The Comer had spread r himself He had a great twofaced clock jset at M thrf edje othe walk In front of the store Then he sent put a band of music alSngV the country roods to at tractjker farmers He had a grand b fireworks inhibition jp front oif the fltor Hi iate ayfay one thousand layp1pg opje chifdren might bfiw bnbi t UiiaSe fer de ideas rf rjiral R ktoit Tie crowds came but nott cl nkgellltk lt otistrnct edt 4wlkipa Uillowed by removedrf vflUe s ere was wi 4 for damages Ar tray rocket set Ire to a barn and- qi tbi was another bill to P J bSts 2r3aS r pI l rr 1 Btnosea Wn rea tooacco ana cnurcn going Jteckton held up hands In horror The Enterprise people smiled a this piece of news all except TVhar 0 ton He had beard that Lane was paying marked attention to Nettie DuaneRobbed you your place and lour girl too a friend put It rather bluntly I say Wharton remarked the pro prietor of the Enterprise one day what dp you make of He handed Wharton thisIpage without date or read A good friend gives you this use ful hint The Famous la arranging to open the season with Japanese Panama hats at fiftynine cents This as you know Is ridiculous They corn a from a factory where there was a fire They were scorched and damaged and are bleached and varnished over When they get wet they are all outt of shape Work up an honest bargain hat sale on real good hats and you will win j I dont know who out anonymous1 correspondent may be said the merchant buAm going to explore this tip and by the next day both he an his assistant Were satisfied that there was some foundation to It On Monday came the big fiftynine cent hat sale There came up a Japitnesedrooping trim ready to mob th Iln Next day came the Simonpure hat sale at the Enterprise The papers said something about shoddy goods a duped public took up the cudgel an the Comer came never again to tb Famous I encouraged that Mr Lane juE to find out bow I could pay him ofl f for getting you discharged confessed Nettle to Wharton when they were reconcUed1rthen questioned the happy lover and kissed her fondly when sir flushed with conscious guiltjJj Copyright by W G Chapman Simple Safety Device fEhe hammer Is a useful tool but ii use Is not quite free from danger the user or from Injury to materials The fiat highly polished surface Is likely to glance off the nail unless the blow Is squarely delivered and when thena11s of cast metal its head often flies off and inflicts quite severe juries One firm says Chambers Journal had innumerable accidents from this cause and some of the men were permanently Injured Thereupon tir managers tried hammer heads with scored faces as an experiment Owing to the success of the experiment the polishedface hammer has been abolished In that firms factory except for special classes of work When the hammers fate is score or roughened it Is very much less likely to glance off the nailbead The fact that this type of hammer hs proved so conspicuously successful and safe should encourage manufac turera to put It on the markPt 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 case is that quoted years ago by Darwin This was that of a red legged par tridge which was found to have a ba of earth measuring H Inches in cir cumference and weighing 6 ounces around one of its feet After softer ing the earth a number of seeds were removed therefrom and sowed No representlngperiment demonstrated one of the many ways In which birds may dis perse seeds Rinderpest In Philippines Rinderpest the dreaded cattle dis ease has broken out again among tha Philippine herds Its principal damage Is done among the carabao Tha stock cattle are now comparatively few and flourish on the remote ranges among the foothills But the carabao are the chief reliance of ag riculture In the Islands and abound wherever there Is cultivation of the soil or the transportation of crops The disease is nFw reported from the most important agricultural provo inces and the death rate among the draft cattle is very large Dog That Saved His Master I must write you Just one story thr ati lame to me at the ambulance Just be fore Christmas even though It Is a little late We had a French uoldlor brought in frightfully wounded li came from the region around fit Mi hlel One leg had to be amputate and besides that he had halt a doze other wounds His dog came svit hima hunting dog of some kind Tho dog had saved his masters life They were in the trenches together when a shell burst in such a way as to collapse the whole trench Everyone in U was killed or buried In the collapse and this dcg dug and dug until be got his masters face free so that could breathe and then he sat by lit until some reenforcements came and dug them all out Everyone was dead but this man Isnt that a beautiful littlo story We have both the dog and the mau with us The dog has a little house all to himself in the court and he has blankets and lots of petting and ev day he is allowed to be with nls master for a little whlleLetter from Dr Mary Meritt Crawford in Paris to New York Times Mournful Industry One French Industry that has grown apace since the begtnrlngof August Is the making of those funeral wreaths with which the cemeteries in France nre always so prlmlydecorated Many a joldiers grave Is marked today cnly by a cross and a cheap little tricolor waving gloriously in the transient suns 1ne but there Is a big demand among those who may bring their ones nearer home to rest for the con vehtlonal mourning wreaths The slop windows are filled with these things and with promises that orders will be Instantly fulfilled at the work shopsIo Imagines that the very finicky work must keep a large number of lgrls employed for all those elaborately twisted designs of flowers and fo age are made of wire strung with tho quarTtThe designs do not seem to have varied The favorite Is still the wreal of heartsease Worked Icftit In melan fiholy livid shades of purple blue and graygreen but the words In runnit cript across the design are Mort nour la Patrie I COMBATING OLD AGE- +THEORIES EXPOUNDED BY PRO FESSOR METCHNIKOFF Russian Sclentfst mazlngly Vigorous at Seventy Years of Ag Tells How Human Life May Be ILong Extended Is again dls coursing on beneficent bacilli Their Introduction Into the system to stroy pernicious microbes will postpone old age Indefinitely he maln tains with the result that no man need take a vacation to recuperate IIcentyIzest The fountain of youth which Ponce de Leon sought In 1513 In Flor Ida he could have found at home In sour milk and natural sugar For his years the Russian scientist Is amazingly vigorous He has bPf n getting back and keeping his yoUh IntervlevdMetchnlkoff seems to have said noth Ing about exercise as an aid to health His aim has been to prevent contaml pollsons which clog tire human machinery by contact as they spread to organs etchnikoftetakes the air regularly but science Interests him much more than sport Perhaps It can be Inferred that he does not think the usual forms of exercised necessary If a proper microbe diet Is practiced eThe active agents Metchnikoff finds In the sugar of dates as well as In Itthe lactic acid of prepared milk He eats nothing that Is not cooked even his fruit must be stewed The sour milk he takes at his first breakfast which consists of vegetable bouillon and weak tea besides the draft of bacilli At lunch and dinner he eats Iea little meat Tree of vegetables and always compote of fruit While other scientists of hla age who do not low his system falter at their work shi the laboratory Professor Metchni froti knows no fatigue finishing each 0day fresh and full of enthusiasm Yet becomes of a shortllved family H Insists that his physical condition proves beyond challenge that the theory of beneficent bacilli Is sound Some of the physical culturtsts reaqh the same result by a system of bone twisting muscle stretching rd flushing tire colon Oneof them Sin ford Benjiott a wellknown busings man of San Francisco Is more vigor IeOUt and nimble at seventytwo than Professor Metchnlkoff lIs at seventy Mr Bennett who eats what ho pleases holds the same theory of the debilitating and wasting effects of inus tlnal poisoning but knowingly he does not consume certain kinds of taciltS Idto kill others While a success perimenter on himself he Is not a act entlst At fifty Bennett was a blHous sand tiredout business man rapidly growing old Today he has a fresh complexion sleeps soundly moves about like a healthy man of forty and can go through a days bird shooting In the woods without fatigue Assum ing that Professor Metchnikoff right when he says that the battle of bacilliII In the human system can be decided in favor of tho Invaders Introduced In natural sugar and sour milk It mightt be worth while Inquiring whether the bad bacilli are not killed by the tntth JJods of the unscientific San Francisco priest of youth In old age although he makes no study at all of those foodo that contain good bacilli Neq Methods Kill Old Customs One by one they go the cabbies of the cities In Chicago for Instance only a handful remains of the old timers As a vanishing race we salute them When the taxi came to take awns their livelihood they scorned the new vehicle with a line fervor and refused to acknowledge Its advantages or et pedlency No good can come nv thim buzzin blazlh crazy contraption they swore Of course tueir incotud dwindled but thpy sat tight grimly maintaining their stand against the evils of fallen fortunes and spec mania At the reports of auto brigandapo and tax thieves they shook their gray heads solemnly and spat sagaciously What did I tell ye one asked tri umphantly No good can come av thlm murder machines r From this reflection they take per petual comfort Meanwhile the cabby dozes on bis teat In the sunlight Great Men In Disguise If a potentate or a famous man were In your skin how would yol Inface the probable assassin We aro told that the kaiser has his special doubles made up In his image iad likeness and dressed in understi a i of his uniforms so that the ci iuy zany try his powder on tIre dog They have adopted the method in England as when there were two Richmonds in the field But somehow we nil Ilk a 10best the splendid vanity of Nelson rnwho insisted on going into the flRlHf in full uniform and with his orders his breast It wasfor that his last fight Most of in prac tice perhaps would give away a few old suits for the assassin to pot at London Chron lc Inquisitive Youth My boy has the Whooping cough That must worry you Well maybe Its all fcr the b SIquestions and get time read up J the nijulrlca le taa alrjndy cinder ro Study Coal Tar Product Thomas N Norton late Aofi an consul at Chemnitz Germany lias been appolntedta commercial agent of the department commerce to undertake a special investigation of the chemical industry In the Culled States particularly In respect to con tar products It is noped by the de partment that his report will be help ful In the development of synthetic dyestuff manufactured In the United States Those who wish to offer gestions to Mr Norton may address him In caro of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce Washington D t H is an expert chemist andI the a tnnr of two monographs on ttwticai subjects Couldnt Lose Him 1 unders nd youhre marked Oe political candidate to an therSIgYes thats right rapPed thc ther but fortunately J was strong euougH o swim to tne olJier sick 1 l WHEN A UARTER OF A MILLION OF PEOPLE INAUGURATED iiTHEVASTPANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO San IIITrannportaUonIII tion of the opening day throng In the first five days of Its progress the exposition had an attendance larger than the combined totals of the Chicago and St Louis expositions and the ratio continues In a degree to Justify predic tions of the most spectacular success for the exposition THE ZONE THE PLAYGROUND OF THE PEOPLE Ojj THE WORLD AT THE PANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION Through the center of the Zone the amusement section at the PanamaPacific International exposition at S1nIFrancisco runs a broad avenge three thousand feet in tensth It Is not unusual for this entire venue to be Vlth entertainment seekers abe are busy patronizing the one hundred concessions on the Zone An exact repro duction of the Panama canal is one of the popular and Instructive features there being a constant line both day and night of people eager to see the workings of the miniature canal The premier showmen of America have assembled here their finest offerings of amusement edification and Instruction = rOBE TAKEN WITH CAUTION Sharp Limitations as to the Value of the Testimony of Dumb Animals In Cases of Crime- is a nice question how much weight should be given to the testi mon of animals In criminal cases Brute Instjncts and habits and pay chology are Involved In such a way that expert testimony regarding the Interpretation of these phenomena appearing In any particular case Is very desirable It not essential In i recent murder trial In India where bloodhounds were shown a cap and turban In the murdered womans room and then ran sfaight to the hoiiao of the accused the counsel for tho defense objected to tho ad mission of tho fact as evidence ontbo ground that the dogs could not be cr0au xaralncdj It Is not clear whether tho judge sustained the objection but he did point out tho charp limitations of such testimony rhkh should not he thought be used for probative purposes Tho real function of the bloodhound was to hunt down known or suspected crlra In ils The fact that It lled the police authorities tp any particular Individ flJ must be used an testimony against that individual only with tho greatest caution and only in the light of pert evidence of the best descriptions as to Just what weight should bo given to the action of the dogs hi the circumstances involved 1ASkeptic Do you believe in tel pntht r Not fully replied Mn Dustin Star If It could bo hictlcally demon itratcd there would have been a com Dy formed to vrtinotd K long aIr Real Possum Hollow Discovered 71 Is an artual place pia trot a iiamy uaue for tic llonlsta U rovrd by the Putnari Coca 1ty Journals cmmm correspondence 11he staff cornsifK nddnt at Possum Hollow writts that James Kenney visited his sister James Kenney nnd wifp culled on Will Brancomb and lteEd Kcnney and others cut and hatUtd their uncle James Kenney a nice let of wood Mrs Bora Thomp ron helped her aunt Mrs Kcnuey cool tor the mtn who cut and hauled wopd for Mr and Mrs James Ken- ney Will Brancomb and family moved to the place Will rented from James Kenney Mortimer and his sister Ruth callwcl on James Kenney and wife It is to be taken for granted that James Kfnney is the most popu lar citizen of Rossum Hollow Home for Girls Varlck house la a sixstory building In New York which has been opened for the benefit of the factory girls where they may obtain room and board for prices ranging from I to1 475 aweek There is a sewing room connecJown dresses The rooms are all sin SIc with the exception of one on each floor and each contains an easy chair chiffonier bud desk table and side 1chair Any working girl may bo come a resident Miss Margaret Shearer recept Bryn Mawr graduate is in ciirge Might Help Some rara willing to give a woman what her ability entitles her to but I dont think a woman should get a mans wages I wish you would say that to my wife a c RIGID HONESTY IN ENGLAND According to American Traveler Al People In That Country AreIConsidered Trustworthy f London specifically and England generally are undoubtedly the most rigidly thoughtlessly automatically honest city and cpuntry I have ever discovered The first taxicab driver I hired told me honestly the correct tip So did tho first hotel porter The other day I wanted an opera glass with which to pay more particu lar attention to some healthy young women the Londoners firmly believer are stage beauties So I dropped a sixpence In tho slot Imagine my sur prise when the machine opened and found a pair of 10 glasses wlth out a chain offered to my handIIn Now York they not only chain the opera glasses but they dg every thing but put bells and a whistle onl you go traveling in England vou first buy a ticket Then you get Into the carriage of the class for which you have purchased that tickett and ride until you reach your destina tion Then if that happens to be a small Etatlon you get out of the can rlago and hunt about until you find tire man who ought to tako it In the meantime it is assumed that you did not go into a firstclass car riage having bought a thirdclass tick et No one comes to bother you about It It Is merely accepted by all concerned that you will take tho compartment to which your ticket entitles youTwo weeks ago tho London papers made a sensationso far as they are journalistically able to make a sensation out of anything tout of the fm that some one had persistently traveled on a Umeoxpficd action was taken until lie had been caught at it three times because tho assumption was that ho had made a mistake and would be frightfully out when ho discovered that ho ha picked up lat months ticket when left home When he was finally summonsed said that he didnt do Itthat It was a case of mistaken Identity and ever cue seemed happy to accept that planation In the restaurants you help your self to rolls and pastry and pay on your own tally Motorbus conductors always give you the right change Country gentlemen Imbed broken glass in tile mortar op top of ti vails that surround their estates Then they leave the garden doors unlocked secure that no one will tempt to enter The glass Is Intended merely to emphasize their desire privacy housCkeepersInopen and depend upon a curtain to keep prying eyes out They do nr seem to fear that prying mlcht cet Vurough geI IrToductlop Should Make HitILe Saint the Selig producer ii putting on a particularly pleasing or leI reeler entitled One Traveler Ii turns in which Stella Razetotakei the part of a ministers daughter a d lightful Character The plot hing around a young man who marries prevlouslYwoman The manner In which tha lat- lter plans revenge and how her spir prevents the consummation la novel and absorbing Lamar Johnstone playi the lead Jack Macdonald an old law yer and Adda Gleason the other woman J CHILDREN AID GOOD WORK tven the Smallest Show Enthusiasm In the Effort to Keep National Capital Attractive citytheinto beautiful gardens filled thIblooming flowers and clinging U he object of the Peoples vlneaI 3f Washington and In the the past year which has Just been pre pared what has been accomplished alonfc thesi lines Is set forth The building up of recreation gardens for the people of a neighborhood the beau r Uficaticn of parkings and back yards of the city and general stimulation gardeningbavebeen an4IreImitOne of the noticeable facts concern portionIduring past year by lit tie children And It II In building up the gardening Inclinations of the little one that the elders are becoming much Interested and lending a hand them solves The children having acquired a taste for gardening are the ones who are to make the capital beautiful In the years to come It will fall upon them to enlarge the park spaces preserve the trees and encourage the planting of dooryard flowers and flow ering shrubs The children have ta ken up the gardening idea as they 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