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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u v r5 7 a eSriABLisliED s L t4NNOYXJMINI483i J eS Lfi I fJ TIlkir SERIESVOL XXXIJr I15 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 22 1915 t TQO1yEAR i r fIf1 Jr 4ii Jj Ud 1 I 4TESoVERTIMODEQN 1 Ba tuti nlSi April u ft GoliathfPower the Good Snpiit or Fighting 4vIc1IhVrN i With Carnal Weapons Pew r of the Pebble of Truth Sjs3kIf pod Is tor us diD can te ajalntt ulr t ltolllalla B1 HE first giants mentioned in the Bible were those who had human mothers but whose fathers were materialized tall en abgels as recorded in Genesis 0 TbenlI perished in the Deluge otNo howtj l ever there have been human giants found The spies In their reporton I Caffiinn tol of seeing giants there ions of Aunt Gollnth whom Din I lew ivag probably a descendant David a youth of probably twenty years vIsIted the army of Israel In which three of his brethren were sol diers taking them food and dclica pcIe5iIe found the army facing the hilfetine army Seach apparently fearing the other- A champion from the Phlllstines y came forth every a inprnlng a giant in size and strength brandishing his Bpcor the head otlJaC1cJ ana joIajwhich weighed twentyflvo pounds lien t only defied the Israelites but its 4God declaring that a battle between lIndividuals would settle the rThe Challenge Accept warjr David was amazed that nobody accepted the challenge Realizing the Covenant between God and Israel he accepted the Divine promises implicit fJT He wondered at the lack of laith t Tniinlfested by his countrymen and tunated that backed by Gods prom ltc1aredtomeetGOlltlth had promised great honor- l1sesfheh1n1s meet the foe Young before him but he the sinewy youth would 1 be no match for the giant one blow- from whose spear would destroy David Then the stripling pleaded his cause 3 Deeper of bis fatbers sbeep he had ofieh delivered them from the mouth 4laudtho paw of the lion and the bear XsjGod had blessed him in the past so He would give strength for victory In heduty of the hour the meeting of tho iauts Insult to Jehovah i The king was Impressed He would lerijl David his acmor Uic best In raelt But after trying it David le dined it with thanks Unaccustomed j ucfwo r1JecbOlcnnniIJ11gelt bet SterivltbOut it He took with him move- I fy ils shepherds staff and slliig Pass 5Ingover toward the Philistines for the t cqmbat he chose five smooth pebbles from the brook This slight armament 5With Gods blessing was more than BUfflcIent for he used only ouepebbld 5The giant was Indignant saying Am or at dog that this boy should orne out to meet me with a stick According to trodjtlon he threw back his heal and laughed as the lad approached Hia helmet fell off and he was ut posed tQ the sure marksmanship ot his despised opponent The giant stunned tthis armorbearer fled David quickly tMilprised dismayed the Philistines fled the Israelites pursuing them How to Meet Modern Giants Foljowlng Jesus death a new Divine- order ot things began Those having faith in God still have battles to win t l but not with carnal weapons Thtllr victories nevertheless are based upon the same principle which operated fa vorably with David Faith In God lies at the basis the realization that the cause in whifch they fight Is np proved of God A courage proper to their faith devel oped In previous victories gives Davd Riayngailon strength for bat- tpag with the most tcrr1tylng giants Bemembering this each Christian- ld dally strive to overcome little weaknesses little frailtiesIn conquer in the little battles with selfishness bn sS Ifei fnfY evilspeaking Vlcto rlerandje erjncesgntn with Goals J help In overcoming these give prep m tion for the greatest trials Thy Divine promise To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with Me in My Throne teaches that a great victory must be won to prove ourse1vesITrorthy of the great honor God has culled His Church This vic tory however is not always to the strong but to those whom God will- Iriesk The conflict which God wilt re ward is not strife with friends or neigh bora however unreasonable they may j j litt4ThIS strife and victory beloijg prjmari 1Iy in our own hearts and minds but SwIll extend ns Divine providence nay f indicate in battling asahist ptjbHe 4 Devils nnd in support of righteousness frff ore not to forgot however jthat 5tlie great giant jcf Sn nnd Inlqjilty IccnturlesGods appointed time and by the atI Style ot David The Christ Jesu the Shead and the Chnrch Hjs Dody fhortly a Rllngstone of Truth will Srnite down the opponent nutt Utprn lyf lcal Ptvld will begin the Wlcn ni Reign irhlch Isto bless the world 1I4I jiSS Foi5SALE5 m a ie shors r grandson 0 f O I d Def l der wtighing ICO Ibs Rsadyfor sfff vice Also two sows J J B WfejiVey lOImlbErimlt sss feW heftltta PMlllHBIa T r T T TIlE NEwrs=LEADEReLr f i l a t fIIt i f 4 1 J Grave Is Neglected 11 SIF A special from Roelcport ind stdtes i1 a The grave of Sarah Grigsby only sister of Abraham Lincoln in the old Piglof cemetery one half mile soutlrof Lincoln Park this county is said to be in a ieglected condition NahSpul ockf uperintendent Lincoln park and his assistant visited 4he grave recently filled lIt up and sowed grass seed on It but a suitab gravestone is needed and Mr Sp9rJqcHtis takingsiibthoe scriptions TS pftfc f ISjcarved is crumbling away nnd will flasHy leave her grave with out a maker Mrs Grigsby first came to Indiana with the Lincoln family in 1J5 fShe was 9 years old at ihat time and her brother Abe was 7 according to Herndon Biographer oft Abraham Lincoln Sarah and Abe spent many lonely days to ether when their mother died tlfeir tofrentuckytof ifiront1I temeterS dpntt tRolling Fork Gives TheDeadlip Mr Thbs R Spilding of Howardstown yesterday morn ing found the body of Richard Friend the you ig man who with Miss Clara Boone was I7tnabout 400 yards b jiow wheie Miss Boones body was found There is a smaIl custer of wil low trees there where it appar accilIt i jlimentlel tragedy ihat closed U ei lires of a young coupie that had just met at their uncle Mr V s Boone M Friend of BULTllod had gone there to see his aunt Mrs Bcono and there he met IMr Booues n ie Miss Clara BenIinvedjherseen near the r velCJhe next morning the horse and buggy Tract No1 Beginning at stone in Mrs Wim satts to lot two thence herline N 2i W 145 and 16 links stone corner to said Wimsatts 1to with another of her line S poles and 2 links to stone cor same Then N 25 W 33 810 to stone corner otjthe Knob Lick Pike thert along the cdnter of said pike as lW 38 poles 31 W 29 810 poles to point in center of said road opposite dtone corner to the homestead land off to Kirk Cheatham then with line of said homestead S I4i E 9i poles to near small house S 581 poles to stont in wire fence25feet north of Hickory tree also in fence iwere discovered and later Miss B joiiejj remains were found fl he rival was dragged and searched every way but no tract s off fcneyunngmpn was fuund Al- thciugh a liberal rewad was bJlsylfildyoung lady and left forptrtsnknuwnN- otwithstanding the fact the weather wits so cold at that fiJie he would have frOzen to de th before he cOuld luvyo gone five miles from ttie spot and th his past life had been sueh ihrft it commanded the respect of Jhoae who kJ1ewiUL btti-N v en Echo Getting Rcsiilts From Advertising The next time a pratty girl or ft welldressed and agreeable taanzr comes into jour place of buin ssboliqiting advei tising for a Jjtnetable or a hotel di rectory or a eh unh guide or anyIf the other schemes which limy Lave been or may be worked on the merchants of this town ask the solicitor to sit down f a moniunt Then politely jnestion him or er Ask how rrnuy c pies are to be issued how the distribution is to be Affected whit guarantee is given Uial the hill number will be printed and distributed as promised Then when these questions are answered as they will be tJ ycur satisfaction for t11e solicitor is glib with jusl hat kind of aUS VHS ask a few more qua tions Ask what amount of m mey will be colecttd by the solicitor how muchttiH printer will charge for fcetting up the job how much the dstritution will ctst how long it will take the soli 3ilor tj till the blank space Then doa little figuring You will find that the solicitor expects to make a clear profit of at least 810 a day out of the town perhaps nore The fig ures vil surprise yoc Show yourtigur t the solic itor and while he ii tmpting to explain and hem and haw tel hun that yoii will sp lidyour 55 fj 10 in the newspaper where every purchaser in your territory will be sure to see your advertisement mI Will be djstouragiq to the K a line a a a a a a a a a a r s said stoOl is also 18in of a post in thisftnce line to which across fence thence W 42f polos to the a stone near a red oak bush then along and with center line of said pike 19 12 ESo 15 poles to a point in center of said road opposite a stone corner to lot N 84 152 25 poles to the beginning containing 82 acres Tract No Beginning at a stone tor H in Mrs line Mrs line as afore said N 25 12 W61 poles and 19 links to a in said corner to lot one thence with a line of said lot one of this grafterhuthewill be gpnevthe npxt dity so you need not worry if you could get the smej value for5or10 hat yiu gqti in tbq newspaper tho toHoltoc won d entitled to his 10 jday Hut you dont get any value i IAd ertising ofr that sort nevoq paul anyone but the feJlow whoj runs the schema In factt it isnt advertising at all hu a rank imitation Exchai gd Ii Quaker Meditations Qim otthe greatest acuomp1- iI1ntga man can have jshc ability to mind his on busin9Ss A man should always iry to please his wife evrn if he has to make a fool of himself to do it We sigh fJ the coffee mother used to make forgetting that father used to do the same MUog The half off the rord that dosent know how the othfv half lives is generally tht better half You dont have to wait till they hvve nothing to do to find cut how worthless some fellows areIts upIfor ihe follow who wont stand BllllrlIThe Ideal Fireless Cookstove j Fireless cooking is possible only bv heat retention an oil isIproduced constantly but not re lcepttgoing every minute btcause heat will bellost so iaudly as eI slow tirn ari cn jite it Once cjiking hits b eu tlitr ougbly began ii will continue lung ai th Led is retained and lie fiod will be eguktd bet jleI than by the continuous pro cess winch boils and steams away viluable fo Jd propprtii s It rf3ct insulation for u tireless coocstQve or you loose heiit iwo ways through top and walls Tie Water tseal1 tot makes it impossible for heat to escape through top Th oijeit sheets 9f ttauijess AIi1nIean4 scenti Jc ily jnsuiate sop at the sides I ue an Ideal 4irelesh and know personally its great value Mrs Robert Marks Phono 81 Why an Ice Cream Freez er when ybu rom geta no work ftziat Edcleii Barbers In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky In the matter of Joe K Cheatham Bankrupt By virtue of an order of sale of the District Court of the United States for the Western Ditrict of Kentucky in the matter of Joe Cheatham Bankrupt will on SATURDAY MAY 15 1915 Proceed to offer for saie on the premises of Joe Cheatham aboutt one and one half miles from Springfield in Washington county Ky at two oclock pm TO the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a CI edit of one and two years the following described property corner with poles 7- 9lv37 follows S 410 S stone than the said Ha aunt t S is attaijhed toIposits the S two li 2 Edelen Wimsatts thence with Wimsatts stone the Wimsatt line Nov pe a t turai aIIthenceI 12Istoneipoles to a point in center of said pike corner to R H Kdeien thence with hislineN 12 E poles ton stone cornerto auidKdelcn polesb toiwith his line NG4S 41 910 poles to a stone cornerto same thence with line of same Ni454 K poles and 10links to the beginning containing acres I rod and 4 poles Said property will be offered seperate theJThe purchasers will be required to execute bonds payable to the Trustee for the pricewithapplqved suretiesbe septemberwill be prepared to comply promptly with these termst Tru4MsI c S tiaySchoo1 y Gov McCreary Issues Proc- lamationl Setting Aside April 25th Gov James B MoOreary has unlis d in the propaganda by iiuJayholJt ingliasdel The proclamation in full is as follows Commonwealth of ICentucky Kxecutive Depart ment Proclamation by the Governor To the Pfophtuf Kentucky Tho first State WIde Onto Sundaysclio day wa observrd with sath marked tui utss on JMayI 2 UHut which time the ndayachcolattend Ponce in our State increased 8000 00 to 6000000 and 50000if these vbityrsi became permancit members of the Sundayschtos and Uie success of this day Kentucky has led other inI to appoint GotoSunday hys SS The Kentucky Sundayschool Association has appointed April 25 l1015 as the second annual GotoSundayHchool day and has planned a campaign for new members fOr thdSundayscholsi- n every part of the State The Sundayschools ufs all denominations will observe Ibi day atdare issuing invations to all our citz ns to attend Sun day school on April 25 1915 All those who d sire a Cliiiti- Si1 citizenship for our StHp aiould unite in the hearty support ulwrv movement which makes for character and Chn t initvt 11 e uui c 11 lit Eoo- mtidliJ fll Vl lii t 111If life Ther ffc 13 L James B iMc Urfeary Govfiuor of the Com monwealth of Kentucky call upon all KontuckitiH ancf the visitors within our borders to at t3nd Sundaysohojl in the church tthciri chtice on April 2 IJ15 Ilif t they may give encourage t and honor to those who teach in these pcliools that they may in their service worship their God 11n tistimony whereof have caused Uese letters to le made patent ant1the seal of tue Join mon wealth to be hereunto affixed IJjne at lFrankfort e 31st day Gfi arch in the year ofour Lord iy15 andiin the 123rd year lof the ommoiiweaith- JAMES1J MlcJ11lRYW- Ry time Governor ICSecretary F CRECELIUS of State OKtlL U VANS ANT assihtaut Stcr tty of State- Notice In the matter of npplicatitn for ling oft County road Not from a point near G1t ntis Creek Church to John Roberts barn To the IjouoVableJ S Yankev udge of the Washington County Court The petitioner T H N lelI stilts that he is a resident and citizen 11f Washington County 1CemmueLy and laid owner Pe liiouor respective y asks this hurordblu couri to C muss to be- COSdttlOItIOI1 of e ublic ioid No the said road starts at a point mar Gleiinsl Creek Jim en and terminaitsit Hattie the portion asked 10 he yloned burins at a pointy ear Wet n reek Church and terminates ui Jtjhn Roberts buJu about one mill in length Petitioner says that said rOad runs through ttie lands of th petitioner ajid that his reasons for usliing same to be o sod nrj that the road is no tongt1 avl vd by the public and uu tile bands alloted by the county toI woik same have not wuiked Sttii5 fur ytiais and that it is u great incouvtniencrfto land own ers Wherefore petitioner asks llis honorable cotut to appoint coi- ntusitnern as provided by law- and to adjudge the slid lad tJ 30 ciostd and fur all proper re lief Farm Fox Sale 22 acres of land 8 miles frjm rttlenckstown on the Bards own and SgririgfTeld lurnviue Has on ittLgood 4 room cottago nd all necessary outbjhdings Never faiing well rIght at door HARBISON NALLV J Sheep Killing Dogs The number of heep in the farm stiles which do not inc ude any in the West ra Division could b increased by 150 per cent it is estimated without ds pluciog other live stock Some fLIper cent without serous in 10 rence wnh the number of animas An increase 0 130 per cent in these 86 states would mean in money 144 267 tOO in a new publication of the Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 652 thresponsioility for this loss to the country is laid on the sheep kill iig dog Sheepkillinir dogs it is said ale the prirciple cause of the uarket decreas4ju the numbers of sheep on American larm ntlie ten years between 1000 mind 191Q1 ie nuuiber of sheep in the country exclusive of the states in the Western Divio face10fsnncyears the market value of sheep lose so rapidly hat the Lotntt alue of sheep in this arei was 19000OoD or approximately 2 per cnt more in 1910 than 39JO Favorable though the m urket conlitfons were they were not a suffi dit incentive to induce farnet to risk ihe heavy losses from ray do sITho umber of sheep killed annual by dogs cannot besta ed ex rly since there re many cases w hich are not lep rled ill ai ludiiip from Uu figures tic ihoo countie atdsaes in a hith reasonably c uap etc re port are obtainable iouever it mavjbe said ttiat in the 36 farui late iiiore than 100000 sheep HIM u lied each ear hy dpgs Tln it is true is loss than 1 per cent dt the total numb r of sheep ih this area bubal percent loss on a businees thi tis being con ddcttd on a prolft basis If 5ori 6 per cent cannot be igored This estimate it raustjbe rtmem bored is also probably tuuch Ijwer than actual figures Any ono who has actually seen sheep killed injured or frhdu ned by dogs is kelv to think twice be fore engaging in ihe business J Hogwallow i4ews Wo1sh ll tOIl Hocks is thinking of lunning for C rouer His supporters llave gjiarant ed him several cases if he is elec ed Ru2 J3arlow visited tle Wid Onion schou ljouse Frida after nojii He just wanted tj see if tlw teacher h d any sense- iefteioii PoClocks is sharpen J ing up Ins knife as the postj master has just set out en the fro nt purch a nev soft pine box I Poi Ezley had a good otTer on his squirt ol rifle the other day but oecid d to wait mhidaO what the United Stiles is going lo iio The Dog Hill churcH took in three members last Sun =ttY This mikesit the leading Church of this section For awhile thlj Uaptst was the bgge t Yam Sims has received a nice suit of doLlIes from a mail order house and for a few days will wear them with the tag attached o show bow much thev cost Miss Fruzie Alloop is to filter popularity cjnlest in Ticlyjllel Th oouesl is to dQde who is time prettiest and most populaH y Ming ady hut she wili enier anyhow Miss Hostetter i Hocks hd has been buy if g a stamp at the postomio every wesk for the past yea missed last weekls she is contemplating a change in unknown correspondents Columbus Allslp desires tb amfdunce to his many friends and acquaintances that be and his bass tiddlb are connected itL the ExcelsioivFiddling Band and ashs ihu public to gather up riear time east end of the band pubUcfVJlhme to nRa r s uljKm anti 1saYtOhispalr a letter oy1bis deliveKT ttshp Will tavel at the sarnegand take the same pains on ajo ti card as he does on eithgi r Ion 1 imarked speialdelmverorge- rtidellvery Slim Piokens made an unexpected visit to Rye StraW 1jmf f Saturdnry He wa3 pleading a calf down the road near Hoj wallow and when the animal tecame unrqly and begun t run lim covered that he had the rope fastened around one of his wii3ts and bad to accompany t formerlbomeDocif Hicks our enterprising blacksmith who cuts hair on Saturdays is prep ring to open his spring and summer barber- bUIfleSSLafld will gu tTickvihle to buy the ciUheLl- iitt apron goes arouid the 11Ckof tt1e customer ed a shirt to fit down ovqr the patiobs last season but iooie of them object d to it as they vaut thI hne their bands free fur Itaction while the work is going j on Commissioners Sale Peoples Deposit Bank Assignee Ilff vs Equity J5A Young Dft- liy virtue of a Judgment find rder of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1915 iu the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Housedocr in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 26 1915 at 2oclock ppmor thereabout be ing county couit day ti the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and It indnths the folri lowing clesjiheJ property twit Or sufllcient thertof to produce the sums of mane so ozvltretl t J be madetA certain rrsut of lanJ situated in WashingUu Cll Ut3 Lyabout2 miles Nurthof Texas adjoining the lands of John barne io y Cocanougher torn wrnn and W liter Gamble and containing 70 sclc s more or less This property is sold to satisfy judg meat aa follows Peoples Deposit Hank lien note and interest to April 2619151 W 87 For the purchase price the purchaser orpurchOsers with approved security bearlingthese terms C F BOSLEY M C W C C Commissioners Sale 31 H K Keelidg assignee etc 1 PHI EquityAlexBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1915 in the above styled cause I shall CoprtHouseMONDAY APRIL 26 1915 at oclock pm or thereabout being county court dav to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit ofx n and two years the following described property towit A certain tract of land pituated in Washington county Ky about5 miles North of Springfield containing 47 acres and 21 square poles satisfyjudgments In priorlien697In favor of H H Curlsinger lien 1of equal dignity int to Apr 64140 In favor of H F Keelingsecohd lien and int to April 26 5 41294 Cost estimated 75f Total 238651 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegapaid and having the force andeffect of Judgment Bidders will be pie pared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY MC W C C Commissioners le Mrs G D Robertson Assignee etc Plff EquityGBy virtue of a judgment And order of sale of the Washington Cifcuit Court rendered at the February tgrm 1915 in the above styled cause I shall pro ceed tooffer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Kjvdh MONDAY APRIL 26 1916 at oclock pm or timereaboutbeinr County Court day tq the highest and best bidder at public auction Yipon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following described property towit Two tracts of land situated on the waters of Little Beech fork about one mile North of Springfield and Perry vitle Turnpike and about 3 miles West of Texas These two tractsadjomn and are known as the Heal tract contain ing J585acies and the Claybrooke tract containing 18 15 acres THs property is sold to satisfy judg mer ts os tollows Mrs G D Robertson 1st lien note and int to April 26 1915 207897 W 1 Sauce 2d lien note and interest For the 01Cost01I or purchasers wilh approved security or ureUes nluatexecu e ond bearing legtl interest from date of sale until tat mb aVi1 force and effect jrePmal LEYtermsM Q c C For Rent StkaILoom real eibo tn 1hr8 JA 11war 7 n w Cir Of1FI e FoalfMref3ahingdujng the win- HJ inontbs or early spring shonld L f nave protection from coldcij aereeabre raiuy weather Wbi e in the house they should be fel Ia vvhotetome feeicf a laxatH nature ntil grass is availaolp i Rye is an excellent grazuTg fut n eirly foaling mares B1ueg14i4 pasture Is the mostvaiuabiefeid lor tmnrsingulnarer but Jtis n t l JBransanloil meal 1cnfinedj thlbowels ote dam in a health- yandr1axajvecondiUootj tC which pobably ufluSqceS tin J fJ finurslJ1l abundance of rich food maypio dune diarrhea in thefoaL k Too much attentjn not be Kiveii to clebooiy quarteri foe the m revat ftaiktituC The stable bhould be cleaned daily and before the colt is drop 0 ie J beddIng whtch has en d sinferted by some chemical anvJallowed to drf dr stVaw which has been thoroughly ex p sedto time action of tBesfinX rays should be used Septic artTidtitfIJofntilll is oneof the most comm and fatal disesa of thor loaldue primadlyto lack of hygienic measures at the mel f oa1inK Thisjoftction is caused bya 4 microorganism which gains eo Itl auce into the system through the t avel1be navel cord shouldjbe wished wltha 2 put cent carbol c acidi solution and IIigated asv close to the abdomen as vo sible Infection 4 ften i ccurs in the navel when the vessels ar not immediately oh Ute rated after birth Antisep tic treatment ot the tavel should be continu duntil itjs completer 7 i healed 1 Navel i I in the colt is 8dSeguMt tt6 thf ttiOusaiiMio rIii many studs and th f c camiot be oveblbc kedihat cBltrl ttfgftbe ri infected at the time of birttt jfc hos been observed that septic 4arthritis in colts is sdmetimrs tssociated WhifectiusborSton in mares Excluding this specific diseaseaborLioIllero- duction I of a healthy foil ri quires little attentIon othethhi pnjper feeding oftthe marefclean quarters and protection rcm Ibe weather Owners shoojd ex i mine each foal carefully on Its arrival and employ tti fpre eautipnaryrmeasures indlcati 4toto reduce infection and tHereby insure strong heathycol r During foetal life the secretion ffom the liver1 pjileJU pasled in to the intestines wtieirdit is Sliow d to accumoUta until 5irth nullS otle oftenbeCjOinea dry and hard and results iin cbnstipaiion 1neirst milk from tie darn con a ns a substadce lqoloslrum 4 which acts as a purge for the lfual If the mammary gland iia Actively secreting milk prwr to oiling it is sometimes tiecsai y to relieve the tension of the ud den by gently stripping a portion f the milk This freqiienty deprives the foalqf the colottrbni first mifkwbjch Is tsseD ialr n eliminating the dry feces foetal oils secretionconiained jn tho ntesUiie Tnefoalai a Result lusty suffer frotn col 1Pot ln8 iud strain volentiyto pMs the ioipact dfecesr This cciticn clii becuntroiledrargely byteed ing laxatives to the darnf but when ti e condition does appear the tnall must be relieved by eieoaas of warmsoap an water uioil This should be repeat d until the bowels move freMv 1 RiPONThIT3i Heterinary 1c EepaiEirilt ffffI- T Nblicit a LLI HReyti1ds f mro vsNotmce tcf tSDfIUiftWiish iPKhreby r at iu ats it against knyneVU dccd tOVjirwnt them priftyciy proven JBfCiJt in neld Ky be lK 4 16J91 0 M M ot lt81U rUI CGSL Y IMalt ComMhSIlSii4W C 1Bthed PJy tJr 1I A Q Ordfr Iiol11tmeIc R rVn JJlftr n 7I f m NEWS4EADER i SPRINGFIELD KYj PUBLlSJlJDVBTTII11A8DA i sa IAHB P m JOSEPH POUNi Editors and Publishers Entered at the Springfield Ky Post offlcSas Mebndclus mill matter Valley Hill s SpdQgii fleJd was here last weekon busi nose Mr R B Eddetoan and wife Springfield were guests at the BriggSs Sunday b I Mr Richard R idell and wife r Hof Woodlbwa visited at the home if Mrs Robert Snyder Saturday and Sunday familky Ed Boblitt and family S flj and N M Weakly and families din ep at the borne of Mrs A B Jones Sunday w Mr Hugh Grigsby and wife Mt Zion were guest at the home Sundaytt Mrs Thomas Reed near Strin ton was in our midst Mon day and attended the funeral hjsf uncle at Pleasant Grove J Mr and Mrs WF Be m were guest of relatives of Wood lawn Sunday recientlxpurchased Ford runabout Matt Wilson and family were at the home of Mrs John Wil son Saturday Dr Mclntire and familyiwere gifestsor Mrs Partner Goaily Sunday daughterMargaret Catherine Hays visited at the home of Mrs J B Wjlliams MondayThe of MrJ B Will tams were guests at the home f Mrs Hunter Goaty Tunday We are glad to Mrs Mary Yanccy as convalescent We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr Henry Reed and extehd condolence to the reaved ones r i1tse ms that the boys of ourj bavingiweeks as some have been losing their hats some turning over in their buggies some having run away sQrapes and worst of all it seems to meris that some were unfortunate enough 10 nave some candy stolen after being enough to win it but possibly we will be more fortunate hereafter and heres hoping the tide JAssslandtheir tobacco beds In a bad ec nI dition as well as oats which are suffering immensely A great deal of corn has been planted and some report it as already sprouted but we fear that Mr jicut worm will feast heavily up on it as soon as it is sufficient size for him to do so put un dauntEflby the large amount of them most every one is planting cornIMooresville Miss Myrtle Cirney spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Hazel Bodine Mr Richard Cheaihrin spent Saturday night with Mrt Fred CheatUam and family andofmother were the Monday guns of Mr and Mrs Howard Lewis Miss Eva Cheatham is on the sick list at this writing yearyold son of Mr Richard Chealham died Thursday night Punera services were conducted at Now Hope by Rev 0 F Baxter Mr J N Bodine was in our midst Monday Mr Morgan Cheatham and family of Thombsonville spent one night last week with Mr Fred Cheatham and family Mr Frank and family Mr am Mrs George Bodine were the Sunday guest of Mr Mrs How VoodlawnoMr Walter Briggs and wife spent Sunday with ber parents Mr aqd Mrs Rhodes of VVooc lawn Mr Artie Bodine and mother were in Springfield Tuesday eIMr CR Urigsbv and Wiff J J spent Sunday with lL tl m Crigsby and family SJSeF81 it 11 ItI M Kalarama Farm a Springfield Ky I Rex Monroe 2063 I brown horse 153 hands foaled 1903 weight 11MahotraDy McUONALDi 833 s dam Lena M 1857 by Herzogg 56 llsspoundSIO dam Lou by gumpter Denmark 65 dam Dam Daut of Deans Copperbottom dam Daut of Tom Hal II4th this the greatest sire of show horses now standing m Iand under the hammer in actual dollars his get have out sold the get of ary saddle ptallion that eyer stood In the State In our show string last year his get the oldest being yearlings won 25 first premiums 26second premiums and twelve hundred and ninety eight dollars and five cent 129805 What horse colts have eyer done this- Weanlings by him have brought as high as six hundred and forty five dollars in hard cash Under the hammer Has any son of Rex McDonald that had any sort of a chance failed to breed real show horses Only threw of his sons have had a chance m Kentucky Rex Peavine McDonald Chief and Hex Monroe FEE 50 TO INSURE A COLT t Bourbons Best 4095 S Chestnut stands 153 foaljsd 1906 Q Sire BOURBON CHIEF 976 dam Judy Oliver 6407 by Red Cloud 2197 dam daughterof King 2196 II1st dam daughter of Sims Clark Chief 2575 t dam daughter of LeGrand 746 S i This horse Is a very handsome individual and certainly there is no better bred chief horse living but better than all this he is meet ing every requirement as ja great breeder His get are show horses and they bring the price Bourbon Gay Bold at 2 year old tor Happy Bourbon yearling t r31O Arbutus Maid a yearling j 275i Brownie Martin a yearling for 310Jurist a 1000IIt 325 GypsyBride a suckling for 300 Fancy Maiden a for 210 and a number of other weanlings and yearlings him from 200 to 300 Bourbon Gay was champion 3 yearold show horse of Tennessee Jurist a yearling by him was undefeated at String field and Bardstown and jtvas then shippedto Missouri where he was tt shown a number of times and was undefeated This horse and Rex Monroe are being bred tc as good mares as there are irt the State both of our own and other peoples and we expect to develop their produce and make a market for them FEE 20 fTO IKSURE A LIVING COLT ri Red Peaviney Chestnut foaled 1909 152 hands Sire THE GREAT REXf I 1st dam Laura Caljie 8733 highiirel and out of a mare by ifeayine 2nd dam by Peavine 85 3rd dam Burgomaster thoroughbred L We do not know of a bettor bred son of Rex Peayme standing service in Kentucky He is a good individual with lots rlforpablicaction and a perfect disposition He will serve mores at nominal lee of ofJJ Rt- va 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT We also offer for service TWO GOOD JACKSAk10 to Insure a Colt i Mires will be kept or good grass at ten cent a day and fedgrain at actual coat THURMAN PETERS 1i4 SPRUGFJE D KENTUCKY 111 11111 4 4 t I r IAC KIMBALLS DEMONSTRATION r and OPENING Farming Implements Buggies Thornhill Wagons Wire Fencing W r Stoves Harness Hardware Etc 1 t MONOft APRIL 26 19frCORT A Beginning About 900 OCIock arid Continuing Throughout the D- ayINTRODUCING AND DEMONSTRATING I Thornhill Wagons ROLLER FLARING TUBULAR AXLE Everyone wants to see1histthe first of its kind and the greatest ever in this section of Kentucky JOHNSTON MOWERS BINDERS RAKESManure BUGGIES AMES txpert Uemonstrators tram tile factories or each oJ the above mentioned items will be at my store next 1lonuay April lb tononstrate the workings and many advantages of these well known makes of farming Implements Wagons Buggies etc fverloneis 1 vited lo call and hear the lectures to be given and inspect Even if you never intend buying we want you to coipeand be with u- sUseful Presents end souvenirs for Every Visitor on Next Monday I Ii Boss Oil StovesKEEN KUTTER Brand of PAINTS and CUTLERY Steel Range givethei I you any market Let me demonstrate it to you Advertised in all magazines CflTini lAirI CMIIMI3ALL Springfield Ity1ra ewrsr Announcement Fqr Railroad Commissioner HON VM F KLAIR of Lexington Fayttte countyin nounres as candidate for reelection w Railroad Commissioner subject to the action of the Democratic voters in the August primary We are authorized to JOHN E NEWMAN of Bardstown Nelson county us a cancidhte for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the Second District Primary Saturday August 7th 1915 For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce 1 II Thurman as a candidate for reelects n trwIEleventh Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic 111111 August 7 191o II for Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce W rllrIle CommoUiealthlS Attorney for the Eleventh Judicitil District subject to the action of the Deiuociatic party at the August primary We are authorized to ancounce John A Polin as a candidate for omnon wealths Jttorne for the Kleventh Judicial District subject to the action of the Democraticparty at the August primary For Representative We are authorized to annuonce Chas 0 Durham as a candidate for Heprese entative in the tower house of the WashingtonDemocratic party in tim August pri mary We are authorized to announce T II RepresLntivtucky Eegislature from yashini tun county subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August pliI mary C n For State Sendtor We art authorized announce John I Grusdyof Lfdanon Ky to Senator from tnic the Fifteenth ten tldistrict composed of the coun ties of Tav lor Varion and Washing tonpubject totlc action of the Democratic primary r Commissioners Salt John f ilex el mir Kquitj- ininCJeCitntM rte Dft By virtu oi a Jutl mgnt and onle r of bale of the Washington Circui Court ren lere at the February term tins in the all styled cause I shal recetc fo ofier for salt at the Court IfotifC door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 20 1015 tit oclock pm or thereabout beinj1 County lIurdav to the highest bid atIandi12 months t1in following de scribed property tuwit certain tract of liiiid situated iin Washingion to Ky about mile Southeast of Springfield and in the village known as lirntovu this prop erty contains oneacrto land on whir is lorateila small house For the purchase price the purchase or purchasers with approved security bearinglegal judgitient comply j romptlywitli these terms C K BOtJLEY M C W C C FIningthet taming 00150 fetrttis tract of land will be sold on a credit of six mootns For Sale Island Red Eggsl 00 IlthOt1t Penis headed by winning cockerel and lions are deep red MIS Frank Hamilton SriPtfTield R F D2 s REPGRT OF THE CONDITION THErPeoples Deposit Bank doing businessat the own of Spring field County of Washington Stat of Kentucky at the close of business on the loth day of April 1915 RESOURCES 31122028Overdrafts 062929Stocks s9tDue from Banks 170S691 Cash on hand 1262508 Checks and other cash items 000 Bunking House Furniture and Fixtures 556904 Total I 36092IU1- LlABlLl1lESI 5000000Surplus4000000Undivpdses and taxes paid 8Wi97 Deposits subject to check 17001807 Time Deposits j33167230JDue Banks and Trusty Com 1panics 302119 Notes and Bills Rediscounted 3668211 dl Total STATE SetCounty OF KENTUCY We IH Thurman and J A Boul ware President and Cashier of t above named Bank do solemnly swear thebEetbeliefgI H THURMAN President CashierIMy commission expires Feb 3 1918I Flowers and Plants IIwill be id Springfield County Court day with flowers and plants Geo R Matiirglv Prvvert Trutl of Xlsh Story The sturgeon which was caught th Harlem river a few days ago and which weighed according to the truth fal fisherman and those wno asslatefl In weighing Itt just 406 pounds would have found Its nay to the home of a prominent lawyer In New York If Its advent had been known to members of the Albany eoclety who taow this itory Av one of the early dinners 6ert society when matters Albanian Including Kanes Lot Pop Sawyer the Jug of Blood and Nlckty De Forest were ehlarged upon Louis Stern told his neighbor about the rate of Bturgonna he had Been at Alarcellus and Thomas markets when ho was a soy many of them weighing more than a hundred pounds The story was listened to respectfully but the gueqt hinted at Its flBhfnesj by saying When they get soother like that have It lent to me and Ill pay double Its marko value The Harlem catch haj scored blxn to wkbdraw the offer lit FOR OLD PEOPLE A Simple Remedy Which Favors 74LongevityYou act as though you just won dered how you are going to get doOChavehadyou muchInterestrundowp heLet us tell you that Vlnol our dell Ingjustthetissues and replace weakness with strength A prominent Boston lawyer says My mother who 1s 76 years of age owes her good health to Vlnol ast since taking It she can walk farther and do tonicIyearsIj thatIfup restore your strength and make you feer well again we will return your money Try Vinbl l on our guarantee SOld by Leo H ydonI Souvenirs i ForAfii i r V a MO YERI 1 GteRSTENSLjOER t j t i COLONIAL I i to iRE YOUR EYE1 WEAK I Ji 1 Jb YOiU = r IISu Wi 61headache ls only a reflex action of tleeyeEY88 in t moe heapaches thaii all other causes combined Zany people I IthemIcase may be it will pay on to call and see me Special invitations are extended to those who have never sued in obtaining correct glasses for the eyes I claim to be able more good for the eyes than trm majority opticians and am Iand thoroughly prepared to prove that mygcldims are right IIully needed Examination and advice FREE Glasses recommended only r DR EII Optical Specialist and Assistant ALPERIisville Ky will beat Jhe Wal on J IKy for the next 10 Dayj V This is to certify that I have known several years and I have known him to be a jfeentlemen In every sense thoroughly capable in his profesSfbrMnd absojuteJy reliable W T ANNETTE M U III Mw S P AtThingtir ido 21 t 11ForRent 1f t Six room ree n Main t treeti J A It nre r d TiiTITh- r R a BROWN AGENT FOR entucky Grtwcr lisirincc Ci OF LEXINGTON KY lasurea Against Fire Lightning Win aePecialtyjSfe SOL TS YOUR w 1PATBOKAQEJ tn1rrRistes Keasonble Telephone 1559 jrc SPRINGFIELD KY I tr D J C MUDD I PbJhiC ian inJd Surgeon l life 8 to 0 a m r Office hours Ito2p mI Over Ha dons Drug Storei 1 DL W 1f TRUSrY- S DENTISTOffice over HaT lon Barber tpental work at reasonable 11 work guaranteed v Jril J HAMILTON Ji iSPIU OyIELD KYjffice on Main Cross StreetPhone 20 730 to 830 A M w 1Office Hours 100 to 300 P u DR M W HYATT Office over Springfield State Bank Office hours 1080 a m to 12 tn 4to5 pm A WN F 9RIGBYI Office over People Hank BPRINGFIELI KYI t SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing and germIcidal of all antiseptics Is A soluble ABCP Powder to be dittolrtd ia water as needed 0As amedicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh Inflammation or ulceration of nose throat and that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal For ten years the Lydia B Plnkham Medicine Co has recommended Paxtlne In their private correspondence with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say It Is worth Its weight to gold At druggists 50c large box or by mall r The Paxton Toilet Co Boston MOBS PStrawberryi Plants t i FRD1T AND SHADE TREES and our first offering of there CCmarkableammoot car Potato Free Catalogs No Agent i H F Hille meyer Son 1841 Lexington Ky 191 Id Commissioners SaleI 1 H K Curbmger Assignee etc PItY va Equity i JE Derringer etc Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court 1916inr ceed to offer for sale at the Court Houfedoor in Springfield Ky on- t fMONDAY APRIL i6 1915 at 1 oclock pmt or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a creditof 6 32 and 18 months the following d0 scribed property towit or sofhcie t thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made Two certain tracts of land lying i iWashington county Ky near Booker Station and containing 60 acres Th e land will be offered separately and at a whole ahd sold in the way producing most money Delta Hi K Curulnger prior lien andJj jI int to April 26 1916 52273 Grundy Mclntlrea second lien and rut to Apr 26 1916 32916 First National Bank second lien and int to Apr 26 1915 43887 Costs estimated 7690 purchaserJJJibearinglegalj effecpaid t ofaJudgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with the g terms C P BD SEEY HC WC1C m ibr tiaec2 TOWN ee- rvu iWi i oJU WnWrliWW t Local s Interes i The and Latest All About Yourself Friends I i and Acquaintances OOM M i Seed crrn at Edelen B-arber ri C L Grundy Springfield r r 1 has for sale locust poses L A Burns Spriugfietd has for sale a No 1 good jersey OWj Let us demonstrate the No Work Ice Oream Freezer to you Edelen Barberr t For SaleS 0 R L Cockeres- 100 each Mrs J I A saving of 20 per cent on alll goods EH Campbell Bro 11 May Rudd Springfield r r has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 75ft per setting of 161 For SaleS U R IRed Egcs Pen 100 yard 50 cents Phone 119 X Rubber tires of the very best rubber put on by Hariow Law rence Mackville at 10 per si t We nave something new iin the way of Ice Cream Freezers Onr famous No work freezer See them Edelen Barber For Rent Store room onI Main street best location in town Also a 7room flat Apply to L A Burns Dont forget the Bit Auc tion next Court day April 26 E H Campbell Bro Tomato cabbage cauliflower sweet peppers celery and sweet potato grown from Bur pees seeds Wilti Johnson Bring that last years Panama and Straw Sailor Hats and have them cleaned and reblocked at the Cty Tailor Phone 6 R F W Baumbnuer Main Street Springfield Ky On last Tuesday the prelimi nary contest between pupils of the Graded School to determine asto who should represent the school in the Lexington tourna ment was held and Miss Wila McElroy was chosen to represent the school in the declamatory contest and Mr Allen Bob nit as Soloist If you are not in the habit of going to Sunday school a point to go next Sunday school of your choice Every school in the State is pulling for their high record mark and iin most of the schools upeciaL pro grams will be rendered An effort is being made to have one million In attendance in ourj State that day and Washington county is asked to do its share The Washington Co Produce Co the New Poultry and Eg buying and shipping concer will get in to their permanent quarters 1st of next week they will be located opposite tae Post Office and will install their new telephone at that time For the present they are loctt d litI Mr Coxs gallary convenieut to the trade Rev R 0 Penick of Hodgen ville Ky who was secretary of the Elizabethtown District Con ference of the M E Church South hich was held here on April 1st in reporting the meet ins to the official Organ of the M E Church South c mplimen ted the citizens of Springfield J very highly among other things he said The greatest of bar many and rmtftl will prevailed d O wANTEDW 1 sesII We are buyerof Army o from 5 to 10 years old 1000 to 1200 pounds good sound- serviceable horses wanted We will be in Springfield i 1 MONDAY APRIL 26th I Bring in your HOWA horseslt JOHN G I Uf I i IidnMM fappenln of Freshest purchasedat plants Springfield maketII weigh Phone i TOPICS iRAA i PvoG ribfi R Sanitaryrr fModel Office GUARANTEE n Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard throughout the session and alll went away ftelibg that it wAs al good conference that we have a wen11had met in a great little citr1j j Springfield courteous andIhospitable and that wu will der God be betterTnen uiinsurs sErvants hencef rth than we land ever been before Springfieldi City Tailor foI Ladies and Gents Tailoring N w acd Old doYrepairiing altering chemical Idry cleaning of Ladies and Gents Garments kid gloves sill laces If ties satin velvets and pressing of all Itin6s Phone 6 R it F Baumbauer Prop Main Street Springfield Ky In this issue a peas the eoIJ nouncement of the Hon C Hill as Candidate for Circuit Judge of this Judicial District For the past five years Mr Hill has been Commonwealths Attorney of this d strict and we jt feel that the highest cotn iment lisllchargeis that he has discharged tie duties incumbent upon him with out fear or favor while he hast made some few enemies as every prosecuting officer does yet the rank and the of the p ope real ize that he has bees discharging- a sworn duty and ho has di h charged it well Po is a t gentlemen and a lawyerPOliSllHllt ity and if he should nomination wouid make a srong nominee and if elected wuul make a good judge as he is on the square all he tuie Clean Up Days Don t forget that April 2b and 29 are clean up days In Spring field Every bod 7 rout do their part if Springfield is to Icee pIIi touch with our nieirtibor towns Good News IIJudge Yank v receive a nc the State l5ondof Eqoaization a few clan s ago sating that our jvssessmoiit this year will be permitted to stand without a raise It will be rep membered that hist year we were given a tn percent raise vhich inIgetting reduced to Hv V Trey O Hearts The first irsaUment of the s Trial i icture show which willI hi heldat thu Walnut Sir e Threats every Tues liv night way held un lust Tuesday night Tnere was a large crud in nt tendance at d the pictures we re very interrslirig seta ii iif ron tiiues as gr od throughout it will worth seeing and those who have read the story tellus that there is sowcthingdoiug all thy time fShow At Opera House VTe haVe not had many sows at the Ope easonIIbut on next Friday nijiljt April 23 wo wilt hiive what promises ti be a real good one w ion the Continental Lyceum bore in wits present The Howard Wade Kin sev Concert party The entertainment willcqpsist of imper sonations solo vt cui und iiitru tnetitral It will br int irb ting to lovers of music and all others as well as you will find sotn thng tj entertain jou Elect Trustee In the matter Of R H Edelen bankrupt at a meeting of the creditors hold in Louisville few days ago Mr Ben F bimtns of I thiscounty was elected Trustee and Me srs G L Haydon JH Ulaybiopke and Mr Genevieve of Louisville itJ were appointed appraisers The estate is a vet y large one and there will be a rge amount of business t be liquidated and wound up I FOLEflhIOLTTA1t1 Ogres CleW t PrflvtaU Pneumonia R Call Of The Blood tateiPo of J T C NOP of Uuiver ity at Lexiugtcn Ky Ihs written a drama en he story of the Boole of Esther ehliled The Call cf the Blood which h is received favorable criticism ffrom omeof the ablest criiic of he country and thY are u iversal in pronouncing it a liter it1 gem 14 was produced by students of ihtiUimc sit v at the lien AH Theatre in Lexington April 14 16 a lurge and apprej cia Lve audience Miss CregoV in the role ot of Springfield Va hti and CollaII Lexington Herald says of Her commanding figure strong conctption of her acier brought new laurels to youug wotnans re tIInins of Pro liotjd work lhiB11 tletaGdt says Those who are familiar with Book of Esther are tnerefore familiar instancelalthou J Ihere1fore ing presentation creditable v ti ITheI mended for his lautalle ambition as well as for his literary daring in so un purposeshesyntheticverytruthf I originality of his poetic genius and and impressive imagery The lines in The Call of the are gracefully written style and diction and throughout by the unquestioned of a fertile and gifted Kay pen BloodII Mrs Rill Kays died at ine near Battle Sunday aft lingering ilhiess of cor herIIPrior to her marring see wa Miss Deshazer She was at 40 years of ge and had 1rlAdlian1rl Mrs Amanda Coulter died atIIher hentey near Willisburg Saturday aft ra short illness Pane oh S3t vices were conducted at tlal place Saturday bv Rev j Wiuliler Prior to her marriage W shy way aMiss Derringer She was about 40 years of ago and had boeii married about 24 years of tu Mr Unas Coulter who with eleven children survives Mrsw regarded M t large elects of tntwhomourn her death Reed K by Mr Henry Rood die J at his horn near Willisburg los urij IId0HtnessUbrJOei etei cHldJeLed at Vii want Grtvoi Monday fey Ho Willis Thunp son end burial was ItT the ceme v iIrnty OIJP ours uf age and Was a liking rosdeni of Washing on county being a son of thteite Thompson Reed Ue wasr married three tJms his hrst wire being survived by two ciiitdren Messrs ames and Br nest teed he wasjater married surlVItd iiSIJil1esurvives Hewa Ia in in higlly rogarded by nil who knew him being honest a n1 upright in aU his d ulings If anham Mjss Alice Imeliia Lanham th tl at Lalcoland sduy imrn ing utter a short illness Prior to her marriage she was a Miss Iili = t = = t t 4rr4r 1 0 r EXTRAORDINARY iti IU r Itil the firsterf Marin order to cut our stock down eMllne ex I traordinary inducements in each department in our house Examine I get our prices V andII i II CLOTHING Hart Schaffner Marx and I MenIj I Palm Beach Sits- SHOES Floersheim and Beacon Shoes for Men Smiths Sterling Shoes for Women Dont buy CLOTHINGand Shoes Until you have seen these famous and uptothe minute Suits and Shoes the New Shapes in I IAll and STRAW IRIS TO BUYERS Rudd being a daughter of Mr B Rtudd of this county When a voung woman she taught school in a numoer of districts the county and was highly regarded as an educator She s united n marriage to Mr chase Lanham who departed IS life in IOCS She is Rurvived five children and several brothers and sisters During the time she lived in this count she was a woman well liked by everybody Thereroainsarrived- herd ypsterdnY on the noon train1 and were taken to St A large number of friends followed the remains their last resting place bets Mnrgie Gregory and Margie Walker spent the week witb friedds at Lebanon Mr Eugene Shenan ia spendI ilg tnis week with friends at Barh town Mrs Jennie Tnlbott returned home Sunday from an extensive visit tiitrelutives in Kansas Mr and Mrs Sam Bottoms are rejoicii g over the arrival of yICampbell IIS C R Crowe left Tuesday for Louisville to visit her sister Mrv B F Atkinson then to visit her parents near Hartford KYi in Ohio county Dr W S Gabhart left this Week for New York where he elinel 9j3j3999i33333333s- r 3 3 3 3 T r J R WAKEFIELD = P OF KY and = Wen Ir n OF EAST ST LOUIS MO Will be in Springfield i MONDAYGounty Court w n r Buy BIG MULESr i v T Trom5 to 1O Years Old eEiEteFEEEEEEEEEE BEEEtEE tt FrrbEttFEfFEYr4ifFEtEfR j r 1 Or f be or in vf j As announced next April 25tb lsi Go To Sunda School Day alU over the State We desire all in at d j to make a tothe at the Mk t odt t in Let no tbln you away we must have oUr and more if We are ex you R Pastor 1CS ti n I day j 24 1915 off e to the idr der the i lilt of reason said irisi Pt iilll to give all y Utt an o I l said to f I Co Q KI1 DRESS GOODSIIL- arge of style in Taffe IChiffons Crepes in MercerIized Sheetings Goodsw CUT PRICES r Linen8heetings c r Hav a of Room s lOGxl and I Axministers to X35yto Tapestry to Crex to Wall 4c to 25cl 1 1 Curtains to Shades Curtain Polei China 12 to lcl I- LGvnningharn WE MAKE PRICES CASH Ioucan PERSONAL SHELBYVILLE Next Day ti tasSilk Window 44ii i i THE NEW FIRM- A R Shulfz Con JciJt BARBER PETTUSit 12 fA R Shultz has satisfied the people of Washingtonand adjoimnf i counties 30 years WHY NOT YOU We will glad to figure with you on small contracts theHeating Plumbfag or Tinning Agents for Pumps GIVE US A CALL 1 L i Methodist Take oticeI Sundav Methodist around Springfield special effort present chtirch Springfield IDociobtt jpronjptly ordinary kWep number possible pecting Urowei Soperintenden NOTICE willon County Court May 4fhrtuli hifhMt and DliltigaelAt Was hiogtoa county vThf for notice order perion riiupMCtagalssaui before saleJ WYCOFF Clerk Waefcntien I range Voiles and Dress just received shipments 1 size Rug sizes 136 113x12 9x12 1650 Velvets 1500 2500 X975 2250 8001 900 Paper Lace 50c 750 and Jap and Mattings 35c i OFFICE f i for ilarge line Buckeye Q- an YTheUe- rUggy2 Your Money Come and left Low you this Ames r teed heyp See how how ttjluh how well t6eu6o7tnR to =Uqhter laWtlonaaYoe tea MgpYaloe and boggy Mtitfacttoa for anjlLiuf like tic moutj C w I PUBLIC NOTICE On Monday April 26th J County Court day will ten at Pup11c Auction 300 pair Mari Women and Children shoci and oxfords alto some meris and boy- S dotIiIr 1 H Cat J fIt Iro fOlEISlIOBIrtiMeIiNreM MrMr BUGGY CI tend la Oil JMtItKr The Loge Huts ereiytlaag e LeaLoaLbe RitLtia ins cMita manrbp Eu1J die d fMWd bitLe AAaIiLenAsses 41000000 trir l I IA 1IMBALLSPRI- NGFIELD I YK we of Card of Tlwa w ftl i We wish to thank cur nelg tbors and friends for ttbtirktudtJk ness and attei iion ttar K tLie illness and death oYoarziaUd iJold father i1 rsfl F Reed Cmnrli tf For beteSala jig JtJttitaLeghorn E s 7tr ting of 15 Akita litutilr KBronze Jurk yEj Qio 32 J- i Nixs Reed 8pa1dIDg Jr a v I L j i1 1EYSTE4LY BILL 4 ti 1 1ZOIAPDRUTEL 1 fi1 LLIiPIhls t A an t4atcssp Sb1 ber t 9ret and inI ft frttrt1 cxc1aIon F roreL Eleanor where On WLrth are your lt Stand stfli until I can find where 7limtc411 ago tlhere came r- 1ie r ci i1tit jheOtg rece tioa ball lay revealed in a llooilI c tI rR lrctijIt was after twelve and they both fecded rest more than anything after Ptrip down from the mountains b ItWail cawrier in the cozy bedroom comiectedthUilout her Artwn hair in two long f1ds and a kimono wrapped about Tucked into a corner was a pho Pkth at seemed different from the IIr It was such a eplendld manly face that smiled out at one from f Nan turned it over and read on ftievback in a scrawling boyish writS lag- devotedly Bill dressingIor1 table Eleanor sat brushing her hair- nmehow BO one would ever have con 11tecl cliterf with college boys who Ifcned thelaselves Devotedly Bill f What are you chuckling over akdTleanor Devotedly BUI Eleanor turned around her fair hair falliag loosely over her shoulders her eyes filling with tears Oh Nell I didnt mean to stir up anything 1s Oh its all right You didnt strike any fceavy minor chord She looked 1 down at the photograph tenderly He Iwajus aboy I met up at Cornell last winter the very first boy that a ever dar dto love me Blgjw his pld bravo heart later rupted Nan fervently leaning forward her thin on her hands Doesnt he even write to you We promised we wouldnt not for atyear What that wIthtlf Somebody fell over the taboret jfn the hall Nan whispered her dark uyea wide with dread You turned bffp lights househadiaker came eVer day to look after It ndfal night 4he watchman was sup posed to guard It She crossed the I ttxjm and locked both doors leading Into the hah then went to the win I IDIdTou hear that Nan whispered jer face pressed against the door listening Somebody whistled and It was answered Nan shrank back her face covered ElcanorsUppedJone arm around her soothing her even Vhllelier own heart throbbedheavily Come on nowl called a deep voice Open up You know ypu cantiget out of there And J ou cannot get In returned tempttoIl break Int1f doors I will firet surilj womans voice they bea d some one say Shall I break ta the door Mr Blair 4 No E WAltThe knob turned oj A shoulder pressed against the do1Ipanel Nell open the door I kquwyppr voice its Bill Whos with you Just the watchman I raw the Ilghta and thdught burglars were In bee Openthe door please- Eleanorturned the key Tall and very lovely r8he looked In her Yongi p Dlur crepe kimono her face pale and determined her hair in two long braids over her shoulders like some oldtime Saxon princess Out in the hallway stood Bill the original of the picture and the old watchman Nell he erred I had no Idea itwas you Inhere Ivehada room I across the street all summer Just to V be near the house and when J saw tho lights Hash on I called Sullivan here and we hustled over to get the bur glare Im awfully orry Sullivan moved tactfully down the 0 hallway testing locks here and there IJan hadXdrppped limply Into a willow chair with Its back toward the two at the dqoru Bin raised two white slim fields to his lips andiklssed them Itsso wonderful to see you agan KlfJ dear Ito yatched these barred butters all sunjmer waiting for you to come back I wont wait a year l NelL Loqk at me Arent you glad to eee me- Dont you know Billie boy Matn dear Dont let them take you away from me again ItfrvProvi dence this mixup here tonight rye been patient for months Dont say noi Nell Ill be over early for you ana wbll be iDa led before anything ian happen t He was gone before she could even protest From the willow chair came a contented chuckle and a brief re Snark S5Dfi3otecly Bill Copyright by the McCliire jreirspa Iper Syndicate I HOW ANIMALS SENSE WATER it 4M rvelou Instinct That Evidently enaMtsTJiem to Detect Springs They Cannot See 1 Tbe I enchposaes a curious InsUtu1 tlpn injthe form ot an Institute pf zoo logical psychology established on a farm near Paris This station comV prices meadows and barnyards a I P9ndi19ckespacious buildings Including modern Btables a riding school stalls for iso atlng animals under special observe don an aquarium and illaboratory A dovecote Unplaced upon theirppf of jthe main building It Is reported by a scientist that an important conclusion reached by the students is that some animals Possess a spcalnsewher they can detect the presence of water oven though they cannot see It The experiments were undertaken aiftiie suggestion oL aa Australian who addressed the in ijjitutlem with reference to his expert ft ee WIth sheep and oatUe when countryS bIIB a puce where the presence oj t fater WM wholly unexpected the Au 4 Mfrrtfti Qgjirou facts The toUiBC wrfiwli suddenly would liftt Mr iak M43kY long breaths r Tfcui tttjr rwaVb Bi6a the beaten theLrl 1 4d a Malt te twp l mUea and t drlgvera r i hivariably leading to a pd er springs hitherto unknown T Ej4 CtLREF AllU GO QtYq l rithualm2Iiij Capital Attractive I J ATo tftta thiwa4e piaAr tecity t e Tarait llojj5 and unflihtly lawns riftto 1eautthl gardens Illed with iSoociingioTrefs and clinging rine Ill tao 9l4q J19ttJie Peopli iensjrf Washington and in1thelr poHrar die pa fjeirwlllCh bastjJust been Pi pared what has been accomplished along these lines Is set forth The rfthetiflcaUcn of parkings and baelCyjrd4- ot the city and general stimulation of Interest In landscape gardening have been gone Into with enthusiasm by the work rs of tho association and1 their labors have shown surprising re nlta One of the noticeable facts concern lIng the work Is that a major portion was done during the past year by lit Ue children And It Is In building up the gardening Inclinations ot the little one that the elders are becomlngrmuch Interested and lending a hand them selves 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 doofyari flowers and flowering shrubs The children have taken up the gardening IdeaL as they would take upxa new jjaae They have shown unusual thoroughness and the utmost Joy In their work and even better results pre expected from their efforts durinclthe spring and summer to come Good Plan for Small Town Villages and small town In all parts of the United States would do well to follow the example of WUlfamgtown Masst There the town council has adopted a scheme proposed by Presi dent Garfield of Williams college and providing that there shall be planted annually along the roadside of the town a number of trees that shall be valuable for commercial as well as ornamental purposes President Gar field It seems derived his Idea from France where the plan has been car ned out successfully and has been found to be decidedly worth while Conditions vary In different towns and villages of course and in some It scheme of this sort might he un desirable or impracticable These however are the exceptions andfor it majority of our smaller communities adoption of Dr Gar elds plan would be an excellent thing One must wait a long time it is true before the trees thus planted become valuable commercially and it may be that the public fund would never be swelled very largely by Income derived from them Yet if In France that Income is found to be sufficiently large to take care of the towns most beautiful or oaments its trees and in addition leave something over for other purpose there seems tobe no good rea ion why the same thing should not be true In this country OSTENDS HISTOKvli BLACK Beautiful Belgian City Has Through the Centuries Been the Prize of Various Nations belUltiago on September 22 1604when thi citywas surrendered to the Span iards who had invested the city for over three years The honorable capitulation followed one of ethe most heroic defenses in thcihistory of warfare On the death of Charles II of Spain the French seized Oatend but in 170C after Marlborotigll de fealfid thf Erenchatf Uamillies it was taken by the allies InlMS it was retaken by the French but stored three years later In 1756 the French garrisoned the tqwn for the Empress Maria Theresa In 1792 Ostend again fell to the French who evacuated it in 1793 regained it in J7Q4 and defeated the English there in ITOS The city was under the flag of the Netllcrlandffrom 181 i to 1830 when Belgium re gained itij independence Modern Ostend iit known as La Rome dos PiagesIlte Queen of Beaches anl for ninny yearsit has been the greatest fieasid2 playground of Europe a favorite zeort for the people of all nations Its magnificent beds arc among fhe finest in the w rldIJ the abbreviated bathing suits worn by lxth oCa aiv the despair of Puri ton About Gone J How Is Wasserbys credit uvtown It must be very low by this time When I was here three years ago ht raa giving it oxygen i CRrW npr PATHETIC Whimpering Urchin Was Distressed Because It Was His Bananibld t Gen lfma Slipped on Boohoo boohoo Some one in distress thought the kindly lady Ifnoohoo boohoo boo hoooo She hurried torward to the scene of the catastrophe and was touched to find a little lad crying over the mis fortune of an elderly gentleman who had slipped tin a banana and wits still sitting on It collecting bisacattered faculties together Good little boy she exclaimedl patting him on the back Im glad you foCi sorry for the poor gentleman and didnt laugh when he fell down and hurt himself But you must try and dry your tears dear he isnt badly hurt johealnt boohoooo wuss luck replied the whimpering urchin vindictively J wish e was it was my banana he did it onWeolily Telegraph h L y ftTirKIN Iee 1 ia only light workinthIa establishment TfiafcraitBine Whatie tI DyeingiinirbIondetinTHEBAC 4419V- hat is ttfirst tKihg needed im an J fiOUii 1 1 J I should say lP sfrt in the flying busineaair angeL r I M HE GUARDED e LARGEAMOUNTI I ntint1n SuTrt cSle fDicBiv San Franciscoc eatl tb cunttyi hnl1 sixtfive yearof age s lID to thildiSGcovei J was brou nt manrwhoSince ose the Iifeof a c mla iOobooo in bonds across the continent in suit cases Marshall whorfpr the plst tenyears had resided vitlXtfia Mary C ers 1468 Eighth street was commls stoned by T G drothers and R D Mitchell tho executors of the James G Fair estate in California in 1897 to bring the4000000inbonds fromNow Yojlc to San Francisco Wells Fargo iGo wanted 4812 for the same seriVj Ice and the executors decided ogaye tIpS amount f vAccordingly on October 5 of 4tatyear Marshall left New York with he bonds in three suitcases heavily armed in a private drawlngroom Ho delivered he bonds to the executors tn San Fri lsco without mishap oil October 1OJn route the train was held up andlhe passengers robbqd ot personal belongings In Utah by a gan of hlghwaymgnTrwho Tortunately over looked the tlm ultcasesSan Fran cisco Chronicle Original Etymology In her language Nancy Allison wan inclined to be what her brother called gushing One summer she took an automobile trip through Newjlfefeland glvlngraneliihusll town to herfamily It was perfectly charming Such wonderful doorways atid the quaint esfeoldinn I She paused searching forAWprd Jt was unique Brother Ned had been listening gravely o the rKapsody Unique ho said quietly Thats a flue word Lets see UnJone Equus horse Onehorse town Good and without waiting for anyone to criticize his InterpretatiOn of the iworU he promptly took his depart ure Youths Companion GETtING INTO THE UUUNIKI Exodus From Cities Is Powerful Rca son for Mating the Suburban V Towns More AttractIve Jlils ls the day cl the suburb mor and more are the people of moderate means moving out of town It used to be that only the wealthy could en Joy green treeq grass and flowers Now all this is changed because of the Improvement In car service Thirty i years ago thejman of means took the train to his suburban station was met theroand driven to his home Now even those living on small comes may enjoy the quiet the sweet air the wholesome environment of the near country life without Its former expenses and drawbacks The den tric cars linking all large cjtles with a perfect circle of outlying settle inents have made this possible Even the workingman has bEen thought of during the last decade and many com lottable houses within reach of his pocketbook ctn1bLound There are no longer the old obstacles of no tetores no churches no schools These and all the other advantages of city life have followed the car Hues Fields woods aud streams are the play erouada God meant for tho children snt Tile city U uot Whale Steak- S Insistent is the demand of tht Japanese people for whale meat that there is great danger of a scarcity of whales in that part of the Pacific near the Flowery Kingdom So obvious this state of affairs that the Japanese government permiu pnly30 ships to operate for whale bunting purposes but the number of whales c pturcdls not restricted In the least The Japanese greatly prefer what steak to beefsteak tho best cuts dI the former selling there for 12 cents pound It is said to bo ieryfncb coarser thaq heefsteakf dhd to hai somewhat tho same taste as vetilsoi The methods of preparing it resem blp those usedfor beefpteal the fa write methods being broiling frying and baking The tail of the whale is cirfnsldered especially delicious by bur almond nynd brethren i iOldest Collcse GrZduate 4Rev John M rrick or York Pa ta believed to bo not oaly tho olde t grad uate of Rutgers college but the oldest college graduate He was graduated at onohundredmencement ihe other day a Iettt fr6m him was readjn which it was said butItoknowthata great and good work among new AJA tlons- j t DramvI fee featuringjproved such a success and so diverting that the company has decided to release several other film dcamas disclosing fr Baggot In the roujjlh nod- readyt The Mill Stream a WiJy feature wii bethe next aJtfnKtl line Most of bjj sidings for it vcrs laid at Smlthlown Long island where Mr Baggot with bir company has been motoring every BUiny dny It If a gripping drama of ttho elemental showing this actor in a role of orig inal qualities Charles Lossey Is tho dlfe tor of the piece Educatfonal Feature In Film Tho Cgckjd poor a domIng 4ca U re will haye points of interest to tibrings t rran suggesting rem dJ yithgrapb prayers assume tho principal charac ers bui aro SUp 1en1ented by repro sentatlyes from the fire gad police de t Vnrtffients ui Or atr New York SkmojiBjthem several of the officials iiho script was written by Special oorthIup Brace Cunard Has Double Role Iianc1s rdapGracocUnardwill be seen in a twore lr4entIUed The f GHoaHf Shilling V 1n1vhichForll wilt taKe the part of SJ1IlI5lJI i nnil4Gzae tnard jIaL qf iifs da torwhlle Harry Schumm will be the lieavy for a chang In addttfoji C beng the vlrl Grace CunardwiM b j seen earlier In the picture cs the mother vio l I c l FOR QUIET IN CITY STREETS i AntiNoise Ordinance Passed In New cork Hailed as Step In the iIiflightrbirection t r1 1 rjroh new antinoise ordinance pro laea prpmpitt pnishmeritfor any person plying a trade in the streets htfshall make or permit tobe made any noise tending to disturb the peace and quiet of the neighborhood for the purpose of directing atten tion to his wares or trade or calling This isjn improvement upon the old ordinance and will put a stop tto aome of the needlessnoises that have been an abomination to the com munityi Theroare however many otber nqisos that are just as needless and just is annoying that do not cprae under the penalties of the law because they are nOt made by persons plying a trade arid are not intended to altradt attention to wares or to caUings They anHnany in number and various in nature running all the way from the unnecessary noises of automobiles to the pounding of flat car wheels and the deafening rattle of elevated trains The new orJ finance threfreis but a step hi the right direction but even a step is to be welcomed New York World WHERE HE TOOK HIS DEGREE Indianapolis SelfMade Mans Neat Counterstroke to Somewhat 7 Snobbish Remark f George Kreitlein an Indianapolis business man is selfmade and successful His gun club decided to hold an open trap shoot andit was announced that all entries must bp in before six oclock Wednesday eve ning About eight oclock in tIp evening the clubs telephone bell ring and a voice on the other end of the phone said I desire to speak to the bead of the shoot committee ICreiUein happened to be near and he answered theplOIlc The hea1 nf the slioot committee is speaking eaidl1e What can I do for you This is John Astorbilt Jones Yale OS said the voice Yes IM liko to enter your tournament sai the voice Sorry said Kreitlein entry list closed at six ocloik But said the voice Im sure jpull niakq an exception in my caarv Cant be done Cant be done repeated the voice I dont think pu quite understand who um Im John Astorbilt Jones Yale 9S And this wnsthrply is George Krei4einnjght vhiol 7 ami I By it cant be do 1I Sceprc1 Flne Ta sheftpmen of Idaho were fined 3100 each in me feueiil coart for Violating the government laws by mov a flock of sheep from one districtIlng another without the required government inspection MOVE TO ABOLISH FENCES Pittsburgh Newspaper Regards Idea With Fayr Practicability but Has Doubt of Its Baltimore comes forward with a eptnmUnlty back yard ido already thetI subject of i radical experiment in that city remarks the Pittsburgh Die patch It aims to abolish the unalght ly buck yard and its rubblshhidins fences and to create instead a nofch borhood open space or park and play ground that would keep the chil dren off the streets and offer residents J iI lracIi 0chance to stretch themselves and en- Joy a freedom movement to be bad ia no other way A correspondent who directs attention to the scheme suggests that P niight be expanded Into a factor reducing tho cost of living If the com inunlty woulil devote pert of the open space to growing fi lilt Or gardeti truck Admrnble as the idea may seem in the abstract It nay bo qucatioueo whbther neighborhood human nature has arrived at the perfection nec g nary to its success It Is not difficult to imagine a refractory resident an geed by some neighbor spoiling the whole plan by restoring hU fences It may be doubted too whether this could be avoided by any bin Iiuagreo ment being secured In advanc T11InI also there Is always the possibility of an untidy neighbor mussing up the community hack yard of clothesline iIi bs 18 and nn thil numerous troubles that jtdd spice t If not Bwoetn sB to nolgJiboVljood ex la ton ce GOOD IN GARDEN MOVEMENT City qf Duluth Has Demonstrated That It Is of Value In Many Different Ways In the sumrrftr of 1913 the Duluth Commercial club obtained three va cant lots In different parts of thaI 1tlo and put a man In charge of tho three tracts Ho conducted demon Etratian gardening through the jon jw always available to help SClli tied gardeners guidid school dren in their voKk niid otherwise stimulated tho gardcfp Jnovement is the city J FT1lj an importer of garden prod scj4uth became at least a pro dupSJof Its own supplies Duluths pgrlculturnlIy t city has lost none of its significance It has promoted the ownership of many homes r It has drawn children from thd street and made them gar don enthusiasts It hue induced great er efficiency among wageearners through contentment and snore health1 ful surroundings and It has made Du futh a city of gardens beautiful to be hold Of greater value to Duluth Is the moral effect on thq city The rising generation is ont of gardoncrs Factory workers and office employes not only ratso thoion vegetables but they have develQped their boding hy 1151gambling r w SELDOM IS TRUE REFLECTION Person We See Depends on What Mirror We Look Into and Not IHsomething that I have always said myself and now it is in the nowspa per One seldom sees ones true reflection in a mirror Now there Is areal optimist observed S was tick I have always want ed to think that Every time I have looked at myself in a mirror during all these years of shaving and parl lag my golden locks and trying on new hats and suits I have had a sad wist ful feeling on beholding my image I never knew what I sighed orf All this time I have been worrying about tile forbidding scowl that haunts my features through no connivance on my part aboqt the scared look of my oars and the Ulsterlsh disposition of my topknot Now it wac not Apollolike beauty hat I craved it was only tho comforting jmowledge that I didnt really look Hike my reflection in the glass One does not look the same in all mirrors said Mrs Swastick thought fully there are some glasses that make a persqn look beautiful I would like to think that they are somewhere near right anyway Well said Swastfck I never saw a mirror that flattered me as much as others knock me There is a mirror In tho elevator that gives me a rather refined look but mdst of them mock me In a very rude nail Impolite manner caricature me and bur lesque me- Under this horrid arrangement should think that ladles dressing fur a ball would all want to go over to the ballroom to dress by the ballroom mirrors so they could know exact ly how they were going to look at the ball iIt seems a shame for a woman to liners by her homo mirror only to find when she gets to the bullioom that she looks entirely different But contended Mrs Swastirk li sut how sho will look to herself in tho ballroom mirror that bothers her tIs how she wilt look to tho rest of the people at the ball But if a woman cant toll how she looks other people by looking at herself in n mirror how is she over going to ktiow2 It Is very unsatisfactory for u woman never to be able tto know actly how she looks I suppose it would bo better to know the w6rst murmured Swastick FAVORED THE CONCISE FORM Neat Rebuke AdmlnUUred by Ern peror Francis Joseph to Devotee of Red Tape The emperor of AustriaHungary Is no slavish admirer of redtape meth ods He lovea the fluent direct manner of tho military man and is on tin best of terms with the bluff honestII generals ot his army The following Is an instance of how ho upheld one oft them in his controversy wjth the bu reaucracy The officer was Galgotzy a taciturn old soldier whom the whole Austrian army knev and admired After the oc cupation of BosniaHerzegovina Gal gotzas sent to build a military road Funds were short and tho sum available for the purpose seeKhedhopelessly Insufficient fly dint of hard work and ingenuity Galgotzy succeiled nevertheless ii performing his task and thereupon ported Road built 25000 florins re celved 25000 florins sptnt remains oothlng Galgotzy Dissatisfied with s summary an ac count the audit officials applied for a detailed statement of expentlitbre Gal gotzy Ignored tbe application which was pre9 n tll renewed In peremptory form Impatient of rel tape he re plied Road built 25000 florins re roived 25000 florins spent remains nothing Whoever doubts it is an ass Shbckedby such Impropriety a red tapistinchief submitted the generals account to Francis Joseph who blandly Inquired Do you then doubt it FATE OF THE FOURFLUSHER I Voung Man Wag Mistaken In Think Ing Girl Had Fallen for the Automobile she sat on a bench under ono of th older trees with closed lips drInk lag In the glories of the setting sun tIshatdressed her with tho left bit doyol happen to have such a thing on you r as a matchc That Is my automobile standing there and I find myself with InmpIto en page conversation but ho was rather a nicelooking young man iwith a threedollar knitted necktie and all and she smiled as she toli him how sorry she was about has ing no match tThey all fall for the automobile ho muttered to himself Boonjhale spcaros latest play tho pre loncn of dhorco and other absorbing topics Put soon It really did begin to darken up must 50 site said and giving him a final smile she strode daintily to the automobile to which he had pointed as his hopped in and was lust in a cloud of dust leaving him to re Oed on tho just deserts which or later must envelop all fourflimhers Mournful industry Ono FrcncOt industry that has grown apace since the beginning of August Is the making of thoso funeral wreaths with which tho cemctcrio In Fraut iro always to primly decorated Muny a lotdlcrs grave Is inarkeU today only by a cross and a cheap little tricolor Having roriously in the transient sun si Inci but there Is a big demand rniong those who may brine their lost ones nearer home to rest for the conS ventional mourning wreaths jiop windows are filled with these ngs and with promised that orders 4 Ill be instantly fulfilled at tho work One 1m lines that the very finicky work must keep a large number of jrls employed for all those elaborately twisted designs of flowers and foil go are made ot wire strung with the tiniest of beady anti enormous quan tities mugt be used for every wreath The designs do not seem to have varied The favorite is still the wreath of hea1aGtU lorkfldi out in meUm livid shades of purple blue And gray green but the words in running script across the design are Mar t ponr la P1lrhuI ri1ii JPOOR OPINION OF RUSSIANS arman Comic Paper Ridicules xtho tit Bureaucracy of the Empire of the Czar J The Kmall esteem in which before II be great war began the Germane held the military machinery of Rus lia is exfrractpublislled by the way when the war was actually teij days old The Bus ian minister pf marine it was said hid divered that manufacturers in riijniul were delivering Ilarge quan lilics of cnrdhoard to the government 1PlcI1 iltn of our new battleships of card- iiitj i MEI parinn I inityhu 1hnt was some time l in Xnnuiuvs tie orders are td I Miller thttilior plate of real ironII Why then all this cardboard I frm Finland quoth the minister That was the reply is for the rrray You wthd not hove our 801I hare run arorI sl the time bareII oot would yoiir Ne York EC fling Post i COSTLY TO THE TAXPAYERS European Monchs Dw Immense Sums From the Treasuries of Their Respective Countries The allowance of the royal family of England is agreed upon by parlia ment and is knowia tile civil list The latent published figures for tho annual allotment to the royal family are 170000 to the king and queen anti tlnir household and bounty and Itttiltt to other members of royal family such as Queen Alex andra and the royal pnnccsses A pound is aboiif18G The kaiser of Germany receives no allowance as such or any indbrne from the ttreasury of the empire Iife has his private revenues and those granted him liy the Kingdom of Prussia as its king and his only gratiIt l IThe allowance for the expenses of the imperial hou e of Bussia in 1012 IW8S 10359595 rubles A rubles fifty cents The royal epini8 jrrimy not be dircussed in the duiua EDUCATIONAL FUND r President Yuan Shi Kai hrii is tied a mandate ordering tlic estab Iitishment of nnc educational fund smountinp to lOOOOOO 0 hid if shall provide 1200 scholarships Ins Chinese students at home andIabroad each yielding 100 The fund will be created by deposit ing 3000000 annually in lie Bank of China RpT t reactionary ten dncies in kina have cau Vd consid 1rtbe uneaints regarding the fu MFC of modern education President Yuans mandate iii teken as evidence that is r ibzes tht ncessityof mcd rr h1ttioll iCUSSED HE- HAD ENOUGHI Mr I4S was lift iii arriving for his PtlpptT Well what kept you so late iemanded Mrs Xaggs hqr war sig nal diFplnyed erl I1 stopped to read the bulle tine faltered Mr Nagga The bulletins What was onthe bulletins WIry nll about the glltijFighting lighting with fine 5corn Dont you get enough fight ling qt home 2 i crnIY yes my dear I guess replied meeklySpringfieidI 7oC Admirer of Manly Art belf2Ig von In England to the practice o 11tho manly art of selfdefense thor has obtained for more than a genera lion Two men were brought the other day before a West London police court magistrate on a charge ol having fought on Brook Green com quarrtlIand went out on the green with na tures weapons to settle ItI11Ah said the magistrate with dir ficulry suppressing his sympathy EJ admiration you went to a public com mono to settle your differences In r way Englishmen used to do more fre pityYbti dlsLcharge you f Gets Ring Lost Many Years Mri Rosa Kenney Winston of Wind cot N 0 has Just received from Secretary Daniels a ring which fie fa her Doctor Kenney Vltlp surgeon lost on UieTilBtorlo ship Constellation 1nt the close of the Civil war When Mrs Winston learned tho Constellation was undergoing repaint tom exhibition at the StarSpanglud Ranner anniversary In Baltimore she wrote to Secretary Daniels The ring was found under the iron covering plates or the anchor blue on the gun deck forward where jt hall reposed more thah forty years Sees Create New Variety oftPotatoeK The busy little bee is responsible for a new variety of potato which was 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