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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 5 i K r 1TABLISIIEDNN0 NjJ88 Tf q NEW SEWESvYOL XXXI No 15 SPRINGFIELD I WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APJJ L2yIS S SIOOrERYE It t i rFAITh OF ONE PERSECUTED 1 ianwei DNor tMtfr Jalwiiyf DivdAttompta t itiJiH HimrFr qu nl D livtranc e MtanOur Great En my heb Our Injury Devotion t SCUnw1IvnnaWhy Such Experiences Are Permitted of God i WMopwtid trwt tM Lord haJJ k- NtJPror I x925 DT ABS with the Philistines con timing David was made a regular soldier with com wand over a regiment and eteelr la touch with King SauLVIcr 1rr cme Wherever David was en wed and Yang Saul saw the peoples adjuration turned rom himself to Da ga ifce sentiment reached a climax when on the return from a victory oiiT WOEKH came forth singingItHlia it lath slain hla But David his tens of thousands jMtoiuy took full possession of the- kh1cMe thenceforth his onepurposc aeerae Tot kava been to destroy David It WM secret withheld from him that D vid was already anointed to be his acecMor He merely knew that Sam net the Prophet had told him that t consequence of his failure to carry on thiDITlntt wtruc tJoB regarding the AKitlekltea the It r ktBffOEQ would be taken from him and bit family and giv en to another Jealousy Is the bitter fruit pf self leSBess It nhbal rsceareasonextingniahes and subjects its pos leSsor tQhorriblem- elancholY tis Saul nrotcMg Jut loreI tee most terrible and the most foolish manifestation of selfishness Every one recognizing It In himself should seek victory through vigilance and prayer VIr Sauls Jealousy Was Crafty When under control of Jealousy Sing Saul is described as having an evil spirit from the Lordmore prop erly an evil spirit opposite from the Lords Spirit of kindness justice love Sometimes David could soothe him by Bkilfql playing on a harp yet he knew the kings treacherous mood and on two occasions hindered Saul from javelinlitest into a quar rel theJdng promised David his elder laughter to wife and then gave her to another David however d scr commented that he was neither of sufficiently noble family nor fluaucidl ly able to expect such honors Anoth ef trap was to betroth to him tho daughter Ilcbal Dayoungervld of hls umrortliiness and lklslIiSJltbit wealth whereupon Saul stlpuated that her dowry should be the eVIdenceS of the killing of a hun dred Philistines JCa doubt he hop that David would lose his life but instead David killed twice the num ber the received Sauls daughter FInallY the king told Jonathan and his o MIlers that David must die J JO t1in1188nUDent was as loving 4antJrdtheriy na his fattier was cruel jealous seltlsh It was Jonathan who w utllose Ijy Davids attainment of th1 hrone Hence the love of Jona u tbatfhas bcofuen proverb Joanttian Interceded wlt his lather for David TUc plea was successful David again became a member of the royal household but only for a time The Icing Was not without noble senti ments but they were not deep enough r to control hlife tIc was under con trol bfn selfish spirit which is opposite from he Spirit of God kinthrewg but Jbavld quickly dodged it David went to his room but a guard ha been stationed tbrelnstrQctedthntt upon coming forth he was to be killed pHis wife assisted him to escape by let ting him down out of a window Twe Hundred Lives For a Wife Ieti us now Inquire how David a humanbeprinciples of justice which the Bible evatvwhere malntalns First we must David Eicoplng Saul 1dltrerenCebetween dltrerenCebetweenbeing the Law Coven and being a Chrisl flan udder the headship of Christ Second we mustt remember that the Bible teaches thatt the penalty of sin is death hot tor meat after death that this penalty wasjustiy Inflicted upon Father Adam because of his wilful sin and that his family die because the seeds of death i are trios from our birth From this viewpoint ours1sa wore of convicts under deathsentence This accounts toy Gods permitting various tdeathdealing circumstances to control famine pestilences cyclones etc thenvwb cone to see that the same God w justly condemned all through one mans disobedience has made pro vision for the justification Of all J t f through CbrlstH obedience unto death we seiiblngi bun new light David must bo Judged by the Law ii under which life nation was placed at 3 Mount Slnal The Israelites were in alloVw j eSrtheir cufcof Iniquity tocome to I full and Ujat Isrfelleas given thatitY wcntixingf fOIt tALE5J mat e sho ts gntMihuiij oJfOJd Jefenderj weighing JCO Jb Ready for ser vice Alia two sows i J E WLihey- J MZDIIIIlIAII l a fikANirMh r 1M J rw rr Tf HEVNEWSr =LEALERf I 4 aS Ir t h I n 1Li 0 JIo I Ii s U er f j dL rIIi- I 1 SENSAT I IONALtg st 1r tl j I J L f1 YI tjt ri r ZUEOR rd ft 1r iCi 4 c EfEff1I7 t 20000000 MYSTERY i Thanhouserst11 Greateal Photo PlatQ A ThrlIing Drama of Love Science and Hindu Mysticism played by a cast of 1000 people A mammoth production of 20thrilling episodes 150 scenes to eachepisode o k scenes in allshowing mechanical tn ecs eves before seen one T a ic Z I is the masterful1 creation of Daniel1 Carson Goodman famous author philosopher scientist and originator of the modera scbooiof r Fmringrtonand1 IIton THRE I Friday NightApr11 30th Adiflissiollad D f Q Universal Gold Seal Seriala it 4 f Jj tf r Cg i- I taln T I Revolvers A revolver is a nickle plated whichahas prdolifially driven tho orig foal article out of the market The revolver gives a puny man with a 5 8 inch brain and the pluck of a grasshopper a I00 yards reach and make hm IndianedThere was a time when ths country had no dangerous ani mils except bears and wolves and life was safe exqept en the frontiers but now vast hOrderd1 of 16 yearold boys use their skulls fjr a dime noxel bookcase roam the streets with cigarettes m their lace and port able cannon in their producing bippocketsl It theI si and enthusiasm of a cholera microbe while it is at all times persnlLlenemy yoi fur a week and whvis reluc antly compelled to defend him fillding you so full of lead that your remains will require eight paM bares Revolvers ergene- rally used in debate in domes tic quarrels and repartee oVail sorts that 8000 Americans die cf icem each year it is said Miecbell 3 D Gazette What a Rotation IncludeanThe succs ful experience n farmers practicing general crop imtportant fa ts 1 Ttie farm rotation 3houl have at least one cash or money croo 2 It would also have at teas one cultivated or hoed crop ourllegume or soil crop i1t shoulJ have one live i sock or feeding crop 5 These crops should be o grouped or planned as to mos economically tits ribute farm labor ihronghout the year 0 The farmer should plan t convert cheap bulky tends in o milk poultry or somA Irind oJ meat products locathatmust determine the specia rotation that markets transpor tabor facilities climate and so- ciuditionswouldseem tl to favor ani encourage It can not b done byurule of thumb o c pied iron what some one else is doing It must be carefully thought over and worked out b each farmer adipied to his crop capacity and farm environment Make the cash crop the one so t and markets peculiarly favo elife cultivation crop may at the same ti me be the cash crop This crop enables the farmer op 0 k down weeds and at th same time stirs and aerates the soil It should be a crop that iis certain to give a satisfactory re turn at the close o1 the season either asa feeder a market crop Farmers Home Journal County Unit Law Upheld Th3 Court of Appeal bv a unanimous vote decided that the county unit law enacted by the 1914 Legislature is constitutional The court held that the county was the unitand that an election may be called for a VOt3 on the liquor question by securin- twentyfive g per cent of the voters lof the county to sign a petition In the past twenty five percent ofthe voters of each precinct oI a county was required to call an electionKeep Y our Eye on Your Wife Keep your eye on your wire Not to keep some other man Tom stealing herfor wive worth having era not stealable But to keep her contended for that will help you to kaep her cheerfuL And 10 keep her cheerful folt that will help to heap her pret To keep her pretty is to hell yourself keep YOur eyes off oth thintfor a married mm if he would b happyKeep in mind the girl you led tothe alter for your wife is thatigirl just as sincere just as honest Keep in mind also that yo were ready to6 almost anything- to get herand so you will be reminded that its up to you to make Rome little sacrifices in jrJor to keepher Jus keep your eye on Yo wile and du your shire towar making success of your greatest business uudei taking the busi iness of being a happy married manExch ange Bring that last years Panama and Strew Sailor Hats and have them cleaned and reblocked the Springfield City Tailor Phone 6 R F W Baumbauer Main Sti eet Springfield Ky Rubber tires of the verybe rubber put on by Hariow Law renee Mackville at10 per set nEt in FreezeriifreezerSee them tir n Billy Sundays Commandmentse IThou Shalt Not Gossip There are thee ways to spread the news telephone telegraph and tell a woman The devil is so afraid of some of you women he wouldnt get within twenty feet of yo- u2Thou Shalt Not Covet Thou shaltnotcovet thy neigh i rs cook nor his automobile nor his rubbertired carriage nor his private yacnt Many a man would like to have his neigh bord wife You let her 8Thou Shalt Not atoneI Im against that rotten liven tiuus hell begotten dance that send more girls to hell than any thing elsePmin favor of every thing the devil is against and Im against everything the devil iis in favor of 4Thou Shalt Not be Stingy Some wouldbe Christians areI ro stingy that They would steal flies from a blind spider There are others so mean that they sing through their nose to save teeths5Thou SbaltNotliaveTooMany Its hard to fool a real suitor olld a mart dosent want tp marry J girl thats been pawed over by l very young buck in thec m uunity the frizzleheaded girl unrwitheone buck after another is on the way to perdition Grbo Shalt Not be Covet ited A conceited man is like a whereuis m window and- nothing on the table but hot air Selfconceit will always be a mills one around your neck 7 Thou tiiirlt Nut Drink canurNdman ever intended to become drunkardtstarted out simply to be a mod erate drinker It 3 ou can leave It alone why dont you 8Thou Shalt Not Cuss One of the things that shows the foundation of a maus chart acter to be rotten iy to hear bi cuss and vomit out oaths I would not trust a profane Dan wry too far in any transaction DodgetlThy dSome men havent religion enough to pay their debts Would that 1 might have a hook lefsl t Piecre of clothing It J did some of you would be left with crily a ofII10TiJuuLhelflirtationun il the girl has lost her virl ute raridslamsl the doom in hQr face 1 wish I could make a girl who seeih3ron back the street he will pay you Blackleg Is Latest Menace An outbreak of blackeg in Nelson county was reported to J W Newman Commissioner of Agriculture Immediate eps hive been taken to surpress the the disease which is generally fILial to eaves two years old and t under Vaccine was sufficient quantities to stop its spread end all the infected calves will tte killed and their carcasses burned There has not been a case of foot and mtuth disease reported Iin this state in three weeks The counties clostd to Tattle for shipment except for slaughter are Jefferson Oldham and iBullitt All of the infected farms in these counties us well as the counties- in the exposed districts have been restocked and there is noIindication of the disease final inspection of the farms barns and stock yards in the ex posed and closed areas is iini prows s by the state and federal authorities If thfere is no outs break in 30 days the closed area will b came exposed area and T the quarantine will gradually become less rigid until it is lifted entirelyThere has been a total of 306 head 6f live stock killed in this state as a result of the disease j It is Claimed as follows 2113 ca tie U21 hogs 216 sheep and 1 goat The app aied value u the live socic is S13168728 of which the Federal Government titoe aslccdaappropriate money to pv the other halt of the appraised yalu of the tock killed NOTICE I will on County Court day offeroralm I to the higliest and best bidder the Delinquent liatof Washington county The reason for said notice iis iin order to give all persons yet remaining on said lilt an op portunity to pay said ttax before salt j A wcFF Clerk Washington Co Cour President Wilon and The AntiSaloon Lea ie fromIl the Anti Saloon Lena ps t his P slljQ 1on prohibitiipnj f Pros iident Woodrow Wilson has reaffirmed the position taken fnf 1911 when Governor of NEW Jersey rind as a result of tileI1 attitude of the President of the+ rJtberrJ against the Presidents re elec ttion t indicates very cjjprlysl that it will seek to encompass ab4j4tailiJ1g cB dite cm b3 secured in l916 fblr President who will stand for prohibition Here is what Woqd row Wilson said in tall and re iiterated last week h 1 am in favor of local option I ama thorough believeV in local eelfgovering comrqun ity which constitutes social unit should hvelbp rljjblb to control the matter of the wg ulation or or thej withhold ing of license t But the question involved lara social and moral and are not suave tlble of beingi made parts of a party program Wneuever they have been imade the subject tbit rrofIpayty Conies they have cut ithe lines of party o ganizaI tionand pariyactfonr athwart to the utter Jcdnfpslon ofpo litcal action in every other field They have thrown every i 1miportanlinto the background and have made constructive 8party action impossible for IJngl years together So Car fas I am concerned therefore I never can consent to baveI the question of localtoJIIii oti made an issue between the topolitical parties in this State My judgment is clear in this ematter I do uot believe lhatI party programs of the high est consequence to the pollfI ical life of tho State and of the nation ought td be thrust on one side hopelessly emj bar Esed for long perJo i b making political iissue ofa great qtiesUou which is ea sentialiy nonpolitical qon partisan moral and social iui its uattre 9V Pre idaut Wilson is the great eat Dembcratwho has been P8Jcfentsinqe Ihedayjj bl Andrew Jackson During theitUe n ore WOIntom fished snore than any Pre idpnfrprevJom whd hasbeen ablei r to oin ejgbt years fie hits lalfellediheTaoat ideaastlc ex Iiation 9 themoata FdentDe tti toy fauub bigi reQorce at1t33lo bis marvelous abiliijf iibtelt ifeleveri of f lotto m No xtber Ptp8idtU1Jt rs Sp co ptQtety fnllfJ1Jt 1a U JiJImnot only thepJandita pseownpryjbqtth trespect and esteem oNcouatleES Lb 0 sandtr ot Republics To defeat secre airistntoiagItrbr the nomination Ptlonwolllitzbeachievements and frpm a Demo frtetnityAs far as theNejwsiis cpncern I ed wefpropqcetootQWi the flag of Woodrow Wilson and what he said to New Je v4I equal ny true ofUntucky This ques to ton iitipjectedJ t into polijiics witt throw ores other uesio howeve important ia the back ground and make constructive Iparty action ImpOftjibje11I There never waj a tlma in the bistoryiof Kentucky wlien ttteoJ liquor queatioawits so wet set tied as itjia now by the adoption in of the last Legislature of tthe to County Unite law Wbpb1s locall option and the ma1rt tecoif leglh lotion on bis question oboes d rentfwbereLit is There qtver was a time ir the history of Kentucky when there wire more Important question be 8e le than right nowif this political campagn which is now on iin KentuckylTBitOibaj b jqUes 9owhether we shall have state wiUe prohibition not then every other questionsrillthfi aidetracn iit ed and the State of Keutuoky will merely drift We apPtalt the good swise and the consei vatism of Ken i tacky Democracy td l teU ID enough alone and to stand by President Wilson as rattier than top accept aarultimatum frbm tfielib AntiSaloom Lea et Li boneat d tiad Iilce iits prtr e1re- concel3o a iL be Eliza6elTtowii N ewa tt 11Sprfagta baand qcnts Tailoring NeW fed Old GUtl I else johi repatiridr taIifeiftl X fbf hal dr1alelplp qf O r i3arlaerta kid tRlove rilJ4lJ Jrt ties satin veivatR an 1laretrirl uf aU kl w D w brlroiiMain Btrett SptlllitMJi Xt ef dT 1 fellrlrtTs YMir cc4xday to HatiL f Noe a- K tieCoa fanlie ia btrtwiu m1fil t dre totilt rt1 vf aewhich has alaot tiM p d i I Ibp waxri 1 too TlMfp la b t email sapply in ontaktr arid tthe oces of vhe harvest r and little lilrlihoodqf curing more fir toir jc r r80CQOj ouads of twWgiVWy r Vcp by aDanvillt iMechMt w turned to him by iht coaapatiy f withl a letter sayIng ilr r was im le to fill the prdr The nt warfare in Metrico hasJ resulted in a shortage of alas om which th binder twine ia couatry Is modeland al though a good substitute for Sisal may ba secured in Maiiila hemp it is very unlikely that a sufficleat 4uanity can be broughtr this country to tlie over ties coming wheat harfreMluBliza bethtbwNews Sir Gilt rtPrk r Pays Tribute TUiiiIH ash oJfir Gilbert Parker kXk occas r Ion irt li meetipR oil t UKIII1SJ GoadoataAPYawarln tribute the Unitedt S t9alath eattl tude it has aaaaUiBfddiringI the war He saW Vbaaucbtri Sttesbatrcd itbaM N atenraeli cmrrU larr if tieri dtitCob ItiteirlaTheAmerica GOyvlt ell ntred tltN rfushed tae only course l i- ntlonirM otJtffag i derfttd11blcb fu the field of diplttwwy p bees in trw syiaiMMif K itbehigh mid M anil awlltle ideal ism of the MMrk l Is rsffanlxu the frtat e 6 uC the wjNH i Mlaorf It Jtaurp Heel xe aU fiil In a1VUy iire at JtAat Amtricaifo a r tiIT e MJi tul LiMr lie IfvtHMMe 1l1 Zrra 1r m Wail jyegraliits tetits Jt ire Sot If MMMt ttaelr lC7rt tIMt rMa A tiWIIll L Mvtek CoaUft lIiont G C r = T 5 7 r1 r c TUVS4FADEO lNGFlL KY h HJBLMI ITl MTT1T TRUDAYP UBAJIE JOSEPH POUN r kfltorsnd PubJishersJ idEutered1e 1ceH Kcondclaaa mn matter atI tyTAisthcent w tar JCaflort CwwiUssioiicrI iRON WM F KLAIR of Lexington Fayette county an nopnees as candidate for reelection as Railroad Commissioner subject to the action of the Democratic voters in the August primary We are authorized to JQHN K NEW MAN of Bardstown Nelson cirntyt1 aBn caneldate for the CommissionerCro 5Ij fir Circuit Judge I ware authorized to announce L H Thurapan as a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial district subject top the action of the Democratic primarp August 7 1915 We are authorized to announce C S Bill of Lebanon wtheEleventh Judicial District subject to theiction of the Democratic party at the August primary t f AttorneyIWare authorized to announce W H fort1iefor fthe Eleventh Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic t party at the August primary JohnAEleventJudicial I of tho Democraticparty at the August primary pSt lIe are authorized to announce John LvSGrundy of Lebanon Ky fcISenator from tnis the Ffteenth tojfal district composedof the coun tIjofTay1or Marion and Washing ton subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primary r Ist Representative v J We are authorized to annuonce Chas 0 Durham as a candidate for Represe aentative in the lower house of theI SS Kentucky Legislature from Washing thSIDemocratic party in the August pri marywWe are authorized to announce T H r Representlvet KentocountyDemocratic party in the August pri I mary 4SIa aSup oftbe counties of Greefr Taylor Marionarid Washington SJudge 1 H Tnurman is acaddi1 date for reelection fie enjojsgjl Ihe stinction of being oried the best Judges nthe SLate a gentleman who has bad an envi abe reputation asa lawyer since eacly mil hoodaJust man and a jujl Judge eunows no man 2 on the bencb and when the facts r in the case are brought before him therich and thepoor are accoded the same rights his decisions at all times being ren tiered acCording to the law and 1 testimony in a cse Judge Thurmans name has been fre quently mentioned for Governor Slitfhe prefers to serve the ton atitnents of bis district as iits Circuit Judge Adair County News 1 snumbr ofour worthy Pres- identsjliave gone down in flit tory as Great War Pr sidems and trul7 great men they we e migSht with propriety be called a War Pies dut for it was he1 tbai was in control of American af fairs when he great war w isin4 rogrssandiitsduetu t hid geberalsilp th tLhe successful e close of the Revolution was ef fected Vft he never sought war L i = w554 rand was great in Peace as wel as Inwar Theame was true warJso much might notfbesaid the Meilcan War of the forties yet lkriff entitled tlo a place ot presidentTheI ent from choice but from the circumstances which neither he any other could have con rolled AaflbffMin1etsv e worild say thlitLit w asnot his choc that the Jpanish American war was f 1 tt an4ve are not yet pre pared to say that it would riot have been better had the Amer icau Congress acceded to hs wishes and followed hisdoctnne of what might be termed watch fulr waitirfg and secure peace by peace and not by war but bei thatasitmayi the war was forced upon him and over his protest although he preferred peace y thetWar Presidents In the preset time the most w thoinentoucand most terrible the world has seen with death and famine evastating the tields of Europe iin the worlds most bloody war hen onehaf the world stems almost flying at the other hulls threat and in Europes darkest night of tempest and storm it should be mat er of consolation andcheertous to know thatguid i ngthe ship of state sits aman who has no desire to step over corpse of imerILart citizens to place Of lamp one v ho is worshipper of Mars but one who with a steady hand will guide the ship through the storm Mith thE Dove ot Peaceridlng on the topmast Some may criticize ourGreat President some may laugh at our neutrality others rlaps will frown but what is grayhairedIis h rboy tonight What cqm pared to the widowed wife and orphanc d children seeking hus band aid father among the stain What to the misery aod suffering osT nqttiingof the los of mony and property What we say above is applicable alike to the Mexcanand Europe n wars There is no trouble to get into ar but what shall we say as to getting out No we are mn ready to offer our manhood and ur pride to the ruthless God of War If our liberty or our lives were endangered we would say fight but such is not the case nd every American oitizeb should standby Wflton anti let Ibis name go down in the pages Ireatestlt est Peace President t Kills Man George Raley colored of tlii place went with his wife Tina Grundy to tiardstown Monday night to a hop and in some way became engaged ui difficulty with a Bardstown negro when Raley hotbiinin the abdomen fimn whch be died Rley was arrested and together with his wife were lodged in jail Serio s Accident While on his way home from 8pr DKeld wher lie had been attendfmgUpuntvC6urt Monday afternoon Mr S A Russell was arlvi g along the pikeni r the Cleivtsr hjil when his horse become frightened at an approach Jjnjp automobile and overturned1 hs buggy Be sustained a broken suliar hone broken arm and several fractures of the ribs Be was taken to his home and us we go lo press his injuries are regarded as quie seroius =o IDONTI THISMISSII a redousPalrof Eyes have been RuinedWith AboulSOc III5114 IIJIIY Worthof window glass sold by some cheap spectacle man at X cut rates Something that can be had for nothing is worth nothing In dealrng wiefi me you getyour moneys worth 31 Ititikr Tjie lest Service III1 By which you obtain all the benefits passible to be derived r ItIsThexzwIitIOn from glasses tt No matter how well glasses are made and fitted the best i sultdo riot ensue unless iit has first been intelligently d what the eyes actually need I make a specialty of eye trpn for the need of glasses and make them to order according reIiprMcriplion Consult me about your eyes I f DR E It1 ALPER I 1 vfc Walton tell Rem dotthe Week I Piii ONLY TRANSMITTED BY MILK Mati Cannot Get FootandMo th DisIease by EatlriQ Meat Declares aDoctoiv That the footandmouth disease can no thetby eating the flesh of diseased animals but can be contracted by drinking unboiled milk or butter made from the milk of an Infected cow Is the statement made by Jr E J Dan k of Chicago who has studied the disease v The symptoms In man he says flare as follows There Is fever this Is usually low but may reach as high as 104 It may be accompanied with a chill loss of appetite pain In mus clea back and head with a crampllko pain in the abdomen Nausea and vomiting are common The primary seat of Infection is the mouth The disease when uncomplicated Is mild Its average duration Is two wceVa from the onset Severe cases may jlast sir to eight weeks This disease is transmissible to man through unbolled milk or butter and cheese and also directly from the eallva or contents of the vesicles of Infected animals gaining entrance eoirough Inthtact with diseased cows It appears at this disease cannot be trans mftied by eating the flesh of Infected animals WHY DR JJAMESON LAUGHED3I Really Amusing That Offended Individ ual Should Make Such a Corn plalnj to Him t Sir Leander Starr Jameson still better known to thousands as Doctor Jim has been predicting a great change for the better In South Africa bz a result ot the stirring events that have beed taking place there A good story is being told about the days when Doctor Jim was admlnls trator of Rhodesia One of the officials under him was a very pompous Indl Vidual who rejoiced In a 1lghsouudlug doublebarreled name He was very much upset because his colleagues would Ignore his real title and persist in dubbing him Muggins longeriwdwhom be made a long and indignant c thomplainLI think you will find said Doc tor Jim that you only get caned this name when you are inclined to put on side Put on side spluttered the oth1 er now thoroughly angry I sin cerely hope sir that you do not ghcI countenance to people calling me by this unseemly name Well to teU you the truth my dear boy replied Doctor Jimonlaughing genially I am afraid that I ir vented it myself Oh Ye Good Old TimesiThat the big New York hotels a teab not homelike or comfortable is t hoOf plaint of a western Pennsylvania man who makes frequent trips to New York I suppose this Is New Yorks Idea of what a regular hotel ought to be like said the visitor as he looked disdainfully about the gold and gilt trimmings of the music room at the WaldorfAstoria But let me tell you there are a lot of thlnga missing right here Where are the big comfortable chairs a fellow can sit In while he rests his feet on the brass rail and looks through a big plate glass win odowstreet Maybe you think your regular hotel dweller doesnt miss thatj window but youre wrong And these steam radiators alt gilt and silver or bronze or whatever color the happen to be Suppose you think they make a fellow who is a thousand miles from home feel so comfortable and hor like as the old round iron stoves that used to decorate every hotel lobby No siree Give me the oldfashlor ed hotels every tlmeNew York Times Historic Old London Tavern St Johns gate tavern London has been closed as a public tavern and taken over by St John Ambulance soci ety which has Its heaquarters at the gate itself The tavern may almost ho said to have come into Its own again as In olden days it formed the gate of the Priory of St John of Jeru salem the nave aisles and bell towei of which were pulled down to supply material for the erection of the palace of the Protector Somerset After Its conversion into an inn it was partially destroyed by Vat Tyler after his march from Dnr ford to London and the priory was also sacked by Henry VIII It was in this tavern that Doctor Johnson wrote many of his essays The Jflker Apropos of the German spy scare In France and England Lapsley Wilson at a luncheon at Nice on the Funch Riviera told an anecdote It was at the time said Mr VII son when concrete beds for guns Icastjtola Paris went up tp a policeman and said mysteriously Pst Are you looking for German spies r Mais oul said the policeman talc ing from under his cape his nto book and pencil Then said the American to the Hotel de Diane and arrest the proprietor Hes put in at least two concrete beds there I know because my wife and I slept In Cin last night Wasblngtoc Star Their KindtYou can always trust a piano man ufacturer Why so Because his products are both square and upright Easily P netrated thptJokoswax bullets But suppose one had struck Fred die in the head Stingy Is old D sayhecalenIdaryear outto use it up Is That AUf How long did It take you to learn to run a motor car Oh three or tourIThree or four weakal dfOLEYSHONK tor cktttnni sat uri JStntlet GREAT LIBRARY OF LEMBERQ the Latest Statistics of the Unlver tity Collections In the European War Zone The last report of the JCemborg TJnl rerslty library was printed in No3 of Polish Monthly Kstazka It records an Increase of 5505 titles in the library in 7950 volumes making ato tal of 240000 volumes Of these 1644 volumes came as gifts from the GallS clan publishers 1983 volumes institutions and government puhlica tlons and 1278 from individuals or private Institutions In 1913 67935 readers Used 220317 volumes in ther reading rooms and 8917 readers called for 17710 volumes for outsjde reading making a total of 76l852 read ers and 237183 volumes The crease In circulation was 1455 thanks to easier access to the improved card catalogue and handy catalogue bt pe riodicals and publications in the li brary The University library of Lemberg was founded In 1774 by Joseph nfrom the books of the confiscated cloisters of Gallcia In 1848 it was almost com pletely destroyed by fire Its collec tion was restored from contributions ot duplicates from the Biblioteka Os lnsklch aha the collection of S Borhowskl so that in 1898 it once more contained 100000 volumes Why He Didnt Contribute rrAbouthave ever heard for a rich man not to make a contribution to charity a spe cU thteta itglocal cause said a Bronxite the New York Sun remarks was handed out to m by a wealthy friend on whom I had been sent to call by the committee because ho was my friend I distatedhim for 100 11ttle enough conatdeiting what he had but did I get it 110t any Neither did I get anything and- sIn excuse was that his income tax- Iwa so heavy ht really couldnt afford tto spend any money except for personal necessities Ho was dead seri ous about it too and didnt see any thing incongruous in it even when I gave him the laugh He isnt an alto gether stingy man either but that Income tax somehow had got on his nerves Tea and The At a tea given at the Ruhl in Nice e officers ot the Mediterranean fleet E Royal Tyler the wellknown author said nodding toward a sign The Dan santwhlch might be translated Tango Tea 1A French maid when I refused tea the other afternoon exclaimed But monsieur is not like ills fel lowcountrymen then Not like them How so I said Why said the maid I picked up e of your American novels the otheraaya Howells noveland though rant read English I saw there was nothing but tea tea tea on every page Now people who talk so much out tea must be inordinately font it nestce pas monsieur She thought you see that our aisticle the had the same meaning at the in French gDraftOwing to the demands of the war jtflce there is such a dearth of horse for harvest purpos s in the north of England that farmers are training oxen for the reapers and the plows ttnd it is not an unusual sight to see an old horse long past the stage when bo Aould attract the eye of a remount theer yoked with i steer There are many who would be glad to see a reo vival of the use of oxen for certain draft purposes since tt would prob ably lead to an increased raising of cattle fur beef purposes j Royaltyieroyal families of Europe hare not generally a surname because ofIStuart and Tudor which were the respective surnames of the first king o teach house before he ascended tho tthrone the are descended in the male line from some territorial counts existing long previous to tho period lir which tho sOlij what moilern ttorn of surnames prevailed Kin George V derives in the male line from tile ancient counts of Wettln flourishing In the tenth century afterwards electors of Saxony dukes of Saxe Coburg Gotha etc Ills nnccs tors In tho male line were of the houqo of Esto one of whom Azo of Est married early In tho tenth century the d 5aughterof Bavaria from which match spranrj In the male line the dukes of Bruns wIcULuencnburs afterwards electors of Hanover and kings of Great Britain The members of trie British royal family are described by their princely titles in proceedings In the house of lords and no allusion Is made to any surname for instance they sign tthe test roll merely by their personal or Chrlstain name and we know nothing of any surname which apper tallied by right orby usage to his late j majjJUST A TRIFLE FASTIDIOUI de Fouquleres Arbiter of Elegance- In Paris Wouldnt Even Eat Candy Cigar in Ladies Car A Newport woman apropos of the Duchess de Oramonts crinoline Imll Fouq1Ieres the arbiter of elegance In Paris M de Fouquiercs Is too motlcul In his elegance she Said with a witty smile When a duke vfslls him ho advances 18 steps When Its a baron he advances six steps When atiAmerican sayho actually recoils Oh yes M dn Fouquleres Is rldlc ulously meticulous Once en routo from Paris to Trouvllle when he Was a little boy a lady gave him a choc 0 late cigar i IAnd what will you do with su the lady asked Little Andre put the end bf the chocolate cigar in his mouth and rose 01ll go into Ufo smoking compart ment and eat itt lie 4ald Minneap oils Journal Rich Pickings The British naval officer was on his way to the bank with several bags of prize money Hallo exclaimed a friend what baye you there These replied the Britisher rarol the fortunes of war that youve FlveiltDB1JlWlcrlpt rTr Ir SHOULD SHE TEH By CLARA CROSS I1YoU could have seen his profile the girl with the sunburned aeck Anyhow I still think Emily rught to have told me She was my Hostess I always thought Emily had a lovely nature objected the girl in the new basque waist She may have a lovely nature agreed the young woman with the sun bumUbut she begged me to stay over with her when the rest of the house party left just to keep me from going back in the same crowd with Wayne Hippie How could I help it if Wayne wao nicer to me than he was to herIf it wasnt Wayne then who was it demanded the girl in tho wrinkled basque Emily said I simply must stay be cnTite I loved nature so and now that most of the cottagers had gone home there were oceans of nature lying around loose and unappropriated and anyhow her mother was going in to Chicago and shed be so lonesome all alone She was so mournful about it that I had to stay or make myself out a perfect brute I went out to flshsald the girl ith the sunburned neck Not at all becauseIthere was nothing else to to do and e meat hadnt come Emily said tthat unless I caught some wed have dinner S I took the rowboat and rowed around the bend into the bayou He was there The1iispSThe man Right in the spot where I wanted to anchor swung hlsbbat I hought he wtb a native because of tthe old straw hat till he turned and It Right Where Wanted to Anchor was then I was smitten dumb by the pruftjo And the ecsAud ho gen IiFmmediatelyI portance who had buried himself in tthe wilds to rest and I was so thank ful that I bad on the newest stylo ot middy and a becoming shade bat resolved to bo perfectly oblivious and selfpossessed so I prpceedcd to stop and fish as I had first intended A man always admires an unflustered wirlmy bamboo pole Topped overbdirdtOb horribly crude It was better than falling overboard mySelf protested the other Not nearly so mussy I wish you couldthave seen the manner in which he retrieved that pole and gave it to me When he raised his fcat I decided that be was some rat vie I Finally ha called starIthat he thought Id If I baited my hook Fancy I wan so confused that ho rowed over and baited It for seemihis own after he had discovered thnt I was fishing for my dinner went fishing again the next morn Ing too There was no reason should strangerWeypu should have seen his eyes In a week I felt we had known each other a life time You can tell by a mans cxproa shin whether he has a superior soul I think That Is usually Emily said she couldnt imagine why fhad grown so crazy over fishing tnd said she believed shed come along but I persuaded her not to The sun always gives her a headache was bound that for once she should not interfere with my friendships It peghanpnv greased with the handsome unknown Every morning he too fished Ho maintained the utmost reserve about himself as do all great people but I could tell from his expression when livingInAnd then one morning Emily came charging through the bushes on the banlc and surveyed the scene Her curiosity had overpowered her as It does all ordinary persons She aim ply glared and I respled to freeze her tt she tried to be unpleasant Well she called addressing her words to my handsome friend No f yonder the meat lIne been late for over a week if this ila kow you spend your time when you should be deliv ering It Hosklns And you should andIabout It from the first and never told me just to be hateful If sho tells Wayne Hippie Oh she will comforted the girl In tho new wrinkle basqiie Chicago gaily News SOOT RHOPlfJ A BOOT A boot six feet long and three feel high made in correct proportion and of genuine leather stands in front ofa Los Angelea repair shopI It cOntains a set of pigeonholes ancIIrawers Lor nails tools etc and Is furnished witha halfhorsoptua electric motor operating a ciiohirjg Machine Standing in his boot th workman gOls on with his task to the amusemit of the crowds thai pass along art the novcIadvertisel ment is fiaid to be a tradeb ringer A DOWNCAST STATE The German aviators the TIes sians captured wIllie making a distance record must have felt cheap at snuh a termination to thier ex peeled glory Yes it was something qf a com down Icr thenL l TII n It In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of 1j Kentucky In the matter of Joe KCheatham Bankrupt V theWesernI yWtorfj STURDY MY15 19th Proceed to offer for saie the of Ih onhiIf I thirtbest bidder yearsfoflowina b Tract Nd I Beginning at a stone in Mrs JWim satis line corner toJot two thence with herline N52J W 5polea and 16 links to a stone corner t said Wimsatts thence with another of her line S 79 W 37 poles and 2 links to a stone cor ner te same Then N 25 W 33 810 pules to a stone corner of the Knob Lick Pike then along the center of said pike as follows S W 38 410 poles S 32 W 29 810 poles to a point in center of said road opposite a stone corner to the homestead land off to Kirk Cheatham then with line of said homestead S i E 91 poles to a stone near a small house than S poles to n stont in a wire fence 25 feet north of a Hickory tree also in the said fence purchasers will required to execute bonds payable to Trustee tramtemberJudgment BidHent prepared to promptly with these terms JOSEPH FOJL4N T usieeiS M CAMPBELL Auctioneer Jr = IIS UNLUCKY DAYS OFti FObt1 Fireman Breaks Ankle Leg Arm and Head In Five of His Rest Periods His left ankle bcken Svhrn caught with several other firemen under a falling wall at the big fire in ColHnss ood Capt George Wade recalled at the Homeopathic hospital Camden that all five serious mishaps he has sustained while In the famden fire d v partment were H in responding toI calls on hrs day off says the Philadol phia Record SuHi v as the case the last time He Jct dropped In at fire headquarters to e how things were going when the nil for aid came roni Colllngswnod Of oourse he could not resist the trnlptatiou to lead his company On another o his Says off in 1907 he wop thrown from the engine and suffered a compound fracture of the loft tog At another time in a like accident also on his day off his right foot vs crushed At still another time Captain Vado suffered a frqcI turf of his left arm by a fall at a fire It Eleventh an1 Cooper Fighting a fire at the Groves plant on another day when he Jus happened around ho sustained a concession of the when struck by a falling cornice Still Its all in the said the captain forcing a smile i Swatting the Fly In Korea The Japanese administration of Korea has adopted a queer hut very effective method of stamping out dis ease duo to the common fly says the London Globe Tha AngloSaxon slogan of Kill that fly would prob ably not stimulate the imagination of a which regards disease as in evitable so the administration has hli on the Idea of buying tiles from the populace and an illustration in the lat est annual report on reforms and pros ress In Korea bears the enticing head line Purchasing flies from natives by govcrnment olficials The report is however tantalizing ly reticent on a matter of such human Interest as the price per pound qr by the thousand and tho nature of the local jjwatters Goldsmltii at Edinburgh l The roll of lu iior 3n tho book mous Edinburgh Students Includes tho namo of Olher Goldsmith which may surprise many people the fact that he had at any time any associa lion with Scotland being little known says tho London Chronicle It took feveral unhtrsUlea to complete tho education of Oliver Goldsmith and Ed inburgh was one of them he graduated at Dublin he spent three years in verse writing flutd playing und In more or less perfunctorily studying law at London and medicine tit Loydcn ami the Scottish capital Ke was in Edinburgh somewhat tba loon to have met either Durns or Jlob crt Fergussqn both of whom would would have becn then after his own heart Each coujd have piloted him to distinguished and disreputable boozing keus Plane Art EducatlcTn Isadofe has announced her intention to supply an art education to 1000 rhildren made orphans by the war She hopes after the war is end Jd to take hr present pupils and many others to an island wljich sho Vims purchased ere tliu coast of Qroe6o The re she exrVfis eventually to teach l00ft children MO each from Germany nussl8iuswish IP be included but for whoso sup port It will te necessary to havo sub scriptionSf tUnquestionably would you rather Us a chauffeur or an Well the Uattor la the higher posi tion i said is also 181n of n post in this fence line to which a cross fence is attached thence W J2j poles to the center of the Knpb Lick pike corner to said homestead said stone point isop posite a stone near a red oak bush then along and with the center line of said pikeS 19 12 E 35 lo poles tp a point in center of said toad opposite a stone corner to lot two N 84 E 152 25 poles to the beginning containing 82 acres TratNo2 Beginning at a stone tj T IT Edelen in Mrs Wimsatts lyie thence with Mrs Wimsatts line as afohe said N 25 12 W 64 poles and 19 links o a stone in the said Wimsatt line corner to lot one thence witha line of said lot one of this r 9uiveyJS 84AW 152 25 poles to a poiat In thetcnter of the Knob Ltffpike corner to said lot one thence with the enter of the said pike S 19 12 Q1ecenterT thence SI 12 E 43 25 poles to a point r In center of said pike corner to RLEdelen theiicelvith his lineN 86 12E60 poles to a stone corner to said fd len potestoloitsaid Edelen with hs line N 643 44 91O to a stone ccrcerto same thence with IiJleof same N 54 B 35 pol sand 16 links to the beginning containing E8f acres I rod and 4 poles Said property will be offered seperate Iy and then as a fhole and sold in the way to realize most money The be the for thc a will he comply 4 Ff streets varnish brain genie people Fa After Duncn Which aviator stout poles SSSi fitVSI a it ifS f tC JlItt-Yl1fJ l Is it possible there is a woman in this country who eon tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound trial after continually t sufferingWe have published in the newspapers of the UnitedStates mote genuine testimonial letters than haveever been pub lished in the interest ofany other medicine for ivOtheni andevery ve nev genuineippblis From Mrs ST Richmond Providence RK heIGnehas done for me I did some heavy lifting and the doctor U1POund Baiddti overworkedaftertrntion from which I did not recoveruntil had m taken Lydia rvnspros K kinkhams Vegetable Compound The Compound is my best friend and rtorProgress Avenue Providence RJ From Mrs Maria Irwin Peru NY PERU NY Before I toot Lydia IX Pinkhams Vegetable Cbnv fliadlostthreechildrenhelped me as nothing else had done and I am thankful every day that I took itMrs MARIA Jnwm RFD IPeru NY From Mrs Jane D Duncan W Quincyy ManSoum QUINCY MASThe doctor said that I had organic trouble and he doctoredma for along time and I did not get any relief Isaw Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound ad hadfinishedhealthywcman DDWrite to LYDIA EPINKHAM MEDICINE CO COFIDEiTIALjNNMASSforadvjceYour rCdby 3 it The Fact Remains t J No amount misrepresentation by thet peddlers of alum baking powders no Jugto gling with chemicals or pretended Analysis or cookedup certificates or falsehpodswof tany kind can change the fact that t Royal Baking Powder has been found by the offl cia examinations to beolille highest leavening efficiency free from lmn and of alwol te purity and wholesomeae Royal Baking Powder iis indispensable for making finest and most economical food =NewsLeader and Louisville Times 450 F R C BROWN AGENT FOR mucky Crtwers IssuaNce Co OF LEXINGTON KY luaureeAgaiiatFire Lightning Wind Fansarfaad Growera risks specialty JKnwtY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Ratis lleonable Telephone 165R SPRINGFIELD KY DR J C JIVED Pijilqi andi Surgeon LStoOamOM ceuoursto 2 jp m- Over Haydons Drug Store W weP TRD- SrYDENTIST Office over HayUon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices pMi work guaranteed llr R J HAMILTON SPRINGFIELD KY ffice on Slain Cross StreetPhone 20 730to830MOffice Hours 100 to 300 P 11 DR M W HYATT Office over Spruigfield State Dank Office hours 1080 a m to 12tn4 to5- pwF m GRIG BY it t ATTORNEY AT LAW x Oo onr People Bank i BPRINOPIELI KY SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing andp germicidal of all antlseptlco Isp ACIUS Aatkeptie Powder tc be dMtolri in water as needed As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh Inflammation or ulceration of nose throat and that caused by feminine ins IIt has no equal For ten years the Lydia R Pinkham Medicine Ca has recommended Paxtlne in their private correspondence with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say It Is worth Its weight In gold At druggists Soc large box or by mall Faxton Toilet Co3 Boston Moss strawberry PJants ERDIT AND SHADE TREES and our 6rst offering of thare i markable i Mammontli Pearl Potato ree Catalogs No Agents H F Billcflineyer 4 Sons 1341 Lexington Ky 1915 e pFATHER WAS ONE EXCEPTION iCharacteristic Story of MakeUp of f English Militants Mrs Blanc Was f asy on Everything Mrs Fethlck Lawrence the noted English suffragette said the other day fto a New York reporter I Your Idea of militants is that we are vixens tartars man Jl terat vBut as a matter of fact we have In our ranks some of the mot elegant sOIIcletyDIane who said to her daughter one slay VI am certainly easy on shoes tx k at this pair of elastic sides Ive wlmi them three years and theyre still as good as newt rm easy on clothes too Theres my tweed Just as fresh as the day I bought It seven years ago And hats gloves stock lngsilk tet rm easy on tk1ngP everyIl 5 Exce t father ehf said the daughter without looking up from her bookSL Louis GlobeDemo crat I hITh Opportunity Gabriel was Just about to blow his trumpet Hey hold on there shouted a newly arisen spirit Walt till I fI the movie men on the Job get1 Thus pro see the continued need of photoplay censorship Sensible View- 1 say Pat why dont you go on a strijce for more wages asked the Inquisitive man of an Irish laborer Faith replied the son of Erin 1anij be whin Oim out ave a Job an hove othln Use ter do lv Of Course Wombat complains that people dont keep the money in I dont see how he circulationI late that claim Doesnt jaa soon as he can raise sufficient money put It into an toDlabUfI Some System Hes a great man for system ian 4her 1t UI should say so He even carries the ashes out of his cellar three times a week instead of letting then accu saulate WTlnFang as cn or 3f Referring to the flood of book clr emlars that his appearance as an author fcas Brought upon him Wu Tlag Tg writes to his publishers MTTrtte MoD are not Interesting me first because I have no time t6 read Meta of a general nature seer oM MIaMI I am chiefly Interested to tiiMiphratl iflrilval aad morally i WWHlBf WMfto I to Mt care for f fijp ftSMM tkT wo fle emf j VW i I TOWN v HfifiHH Local H Happenings Intcres The Freshest and Latest a iplendiSeed corn at Edeec Barber C L Grundy Springfield r r 1 hai or sale locust posts L A Burns Springfield has for sale a No1 good jersey cow Let us demonstrate the No Work Ice Cream Freezer to you Edelen Barber For SaleS C RI Cockerels 100 each Mrs J I Martin May Rudd Springfield r r 1 has for sale Burred Plymouth Rock eggs 75c per setting of 16 For SaleS U R I Red Eggs Pen 100 yari 50 cents Phone I19X Burns han the oil of any ether stove our famous Bluebelle Let us prove it to you EDELEN R ERi For Sale Single Ccmb White Leghorn Eggs 75 cents for set ting of 15 Also Mammoth Bronziiurkay Eges 350 for 12 r Mrs Reed Spalding For RentStorea room on townilsoLi A Burns Tomato cabbage cauliflower sw et peppers celery and svLet plants grown from BurI ees seeds Will Johnson Mrs Pearlie Smothers WillIsburg R R 1 has for sale rs and PJauts Also Columbian Wandotte eggs 75c for 16I Phoiie Mooresville 32w The LadiEs of the Maccabees will have an ice cream supper at Willlsburg Saturday night May 16th Everybodyinvited Lost Between John R Bar bers and my office in Springtied cover fovr automobile top Find er please return to me Dr H J Bocne Flowers arid Plants I will be in Springfield Wed nrsdajr May 5thwith a fine lot of Flowers and Plants GEO R MATTINGLY Breaks Arm Pauline the little daughter of Mr and Mrs E fl Coca1ou her fell from a buggy in which she and several other children were playing and received a broken armIFoot Mashed Mr Lon Borders hail the misfortune Tuesday to have his foot eevereiy mashed bya table fall ing on him His injuries were ableIjured memberis quite gainful The Hardin SalefI BarJindelce relportsa thingIrat9Ocls16t poundSunday School Day Last Sunday was go to Sun day chol day in all the Protestant churches of Kentucky the effort being to have one mill ion attend tiuuday School inlthni State of Kentucky on that day and from reports receivedi the number was over the million in irk In the different churche- si Springfield there wore 774 persons in attendance Tobacco Market Opens The Springfield Tobacco Mar fortseveral weeks because of the last1tMonday a about i1COCOO pounds While many persons who have had their tjp bacco in storage cellars and in their but s waiting for the mar ket to open hive been somewhtt worried jet all seemed well eat lifted and look as if they felt that they had been raid for their Witting as all grades of tobacco IJld much better thun when the mtrkft closed l L TUPIGSjMf Model Sanitary Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEE MrsKateDr W Vaughn Stallard RoadWork- Both road crews are now at work indifferent sections of the county Mr Walker who was with crew last year will run tbe grad er this year as will also Mt Upton who was also here last year With the early start it is hoped to work all the roads in the county which was not work ed last year The road leading from Springfield to Maud has already been worked rid is now iin splendid condition and that leadingIto Litsey The other crew is now on the MackvUle pike on which good work is also being done Bankers To Meet Here Groupiourers Association comprising the counties of the Fourth Con grpssional District will meet AIdent of this Group The prlnci pal address at the meeting will be made by W McC Martin Cbaumaaof the Board of Direc tors of the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louie Receives Honor In KE A Our worthy School Superin tend nt was highly hondred at the recent meeting of the Ken tucky Educational Association which adjourned in Louisville a few ddYs ago On the program she delivered a lecture which was highly complimented and which places Miss Kb aunty in front rank of Kentuckys Educa tional march In recognition of her ability she was chosen Vice President of the Association Ccunty Court Day Monday was the regular term of the Washington County Court In the Crud the willof MrI aslwasChord colored Several candidates were busy en the streets shaking hands vith the voters among them be ing Hons I B Tburman and pS Hill candidates for Circuit Judge and W H Spragens and John A Polin candidates for Commonwealths Attorney There were several s les of land offered by the Mastir Corn missioner must of which sold f irly well The lads of the Methodist c urch hid a County Curt din naat the Walnut StreetTheatre andjsquare meal Abott 125 was were several headof horses that changed hands dur ing the day and well as quite- numbrofmules a Messrs Wake tied and Harbeson of Shelb ville wre here buying war horses and took away quite a number Ideal Fireless Cookstove closedIdown the steam from cooking condenses in this groove making a true Water Seal which locks within tilt hcar necessity for perfect cooking No pther fire less has the safe guardl thus it retains al the heat acd cooks faster than any o her make This is the crowning device of the Ideal and cannot ba dupli cated without infringement No other Fireless has the same Wtsjto make the best aupflinum is toe 18kardt gold in the kitcheu ware Wll not rust cornde crack or chip Wo use heavy sheets of pure aluminum and the cooking compartments are JyelrytoryMrs RObt Marks Phone 8ti Six loom rasidenbe on Mail l Street j A Boulware SimawBlandford Mr Frank BUndford and Miss Lilly Siums were united in mar t at1tat1 tl following the ceremony they loft on the early train for a short jj bridal trip The bride Is a daughter of Mrs Nannie Simms and the late Pat Simms and is a member of one of Washington Countys oldest families For some years past she has been engbg d in the store of Cunningham and Duncan where by her courteous manner she won tie favor of all whom she met The groom is a son of Mrs Patty Blandfordand is a popular y mug farmer he is also a mem br of one of the pioneer families of the county They will make their home here where Mr Blandford is engaged in farming Clark Mrs Lawrence Clark dud at her home near Fred rlcktJtuwn last Friday She was a highly regarded womaa in her commu nity and leaves a large number of friends Prather L Mr Elgin Prather died near Gasburg last Friday of old age he being about 80 years old He bad been a lifelong resident of the county and was a good citi zen His wife died several years ago and he Is survived by three cnildren Funeral services and burial were conducted at Rock bridge last Sunday Greene Mr John Mason Greene died at his home near FrederickstnWn last Sunday of LaGrippe Mr Greene was 66 years of age and was a highly respected citizen oJ the county being an honest and upright man He was twice married and is survived by his last wife and several children Funeral services were conducted at Frederickstown Tuesday and burial was in St Dominics Cemetery Rodney Dugan Dead Mr Rodney Dugan died at his home at Wtodjawn Tuesday morning He was one of the largest men in the State at one time weighing 400 pounds Owing to ill health he became greatly reduced io flesh during later years of his life He was 65 ears of age and was well known in Nelson County and this county as well He was a promiept farmer and stock raiser atid by his good business ability bad accumulated a considerable fortune Funeral services wre conducted at Poplar Flat in Nel son county yesterday He is survived by his wife Mrs Alice Dugan and several children- Grsgsby Mr John Grigby died at his home near Litsey last Sunday night of infirmities incident to old age He was born in the Mooresville neighborhood tune 1st 1836 being a son of William and Mary Grigsbv who came to this county in the early part of the last century gird were the ancestors of the Grigjoys in this county William Grigaby wa born in Wettmoreland County Virginia the same county in which Georgw Washington Waf born When William Griitso came to this couny he built u house in the Mooresvillo neigh borhood which is still standing and in which he reared a family of eleven children May 6 1862 John Grigaby was united in marriage to Miss Mary Kelly who departed this life July 7 1895 hey rl years before his wifes death Mr Grigsby pur chased a farm on which ha cqn tnusd to reside until his death He possessed a very neighborly I disposition and stCiod ever ready needIor ful farmer and stock raiser and took great pride in fruit growing and the splendid orchards now on his fa jn are the result of his close personal attention He i survived by the following child rep Messrs WillUm and Harry jGrtesby Mrs E F Grace Mrs camwenlaud Rev Thompson Tuesday and burial was in tit Dominica Corn I etery beside the grave of his wifeI PERSONAL fMr Bioomfield was here Monday MrJ R WakefieldofShelbj villo was here Monday Pearf and Lillie Bos returned home from a jMlsses in Louisville T Barnette was in Anderson county Monday on busiass Mr J Reidle of Lebanon was beru LIe lust of the week Mrnd Mrs W F Grigsby and Mrs Robt A Nde spent the lweekeDdat Lexington S Bill of Lebanon Circuit Judge was here Monday shaking hands with the votersJMr H S Spragens of Lebanon candidate for Commonwealths Attorney was here Monday Messrs John Collins Emerson Barlow and Frank Gray of Wood lawn were here the first of the week Mr HL Smith hasr turned home after a visit to relatives at Louisville and Bardstown Mrs F M Martin Mrs Barry Shultz Miss Brownie and Roger Martin were in Louisville WednesdayMr Mrs E S Mayea Mrs W V Manning Misses Fannie and Louise McElroy were in Louisville this week Mr James Isham of Harrods burg was in town this week Mrs Joe Polin and Mrs Hu bert Simms were at St Marys Sunday Mrs Tom Spalding has re turned to her horn in Bardstown after a visit to relatives here DROVE AWAY THE TOOTHACHE In till Thirst for Reveng the Colon Had No Tim to Think of Physical Ailments One morning the colonel rolled out of his blankets with the Jumping toothache and though he exhausted all the remedies In camp nothing had any effecL It was 40 miles to the neeit town with the chances against finding a dentist there and It was flnajly decided to apr rl to ore of the cowboys on bis station five miles away He came over in rcjponee to a message and alter taking a look at the tooth rMch vas a double one onthe upper Jaw the cowboy said Kurnel I kin shoot that tooth but as ilick as grease If you dont mind the scar It will leave on your cheeks Shoot It out shouted the colonel Why man you must be crazy Wall mebbe I kin pick In enough powder to blow it out Never Might chuck It out with a piece of iron and a atone continued the cow boy And you might go to Texas and yond exclaimed the suffering and dignant man lin only telling you how we do it out here and if you dont want that tooth out youll hev to stand the pain The cowboy started for his station but after a gallop of a mile he returned to beckon the rest of us asides d saidH to be a purty squar sort ot a man though a leetle techy and Im sorry fnr hUn Is he a good rider rOnly fair Kin be shootT Not very straight Then I think I can cure that toothache He spent two minutes unfolding the plot and then went over to the sufferer and said Kurnel Ive come back to say you art a booby What yelled the colonel as he sprang up from his peat before the camp re A booby and a squaw kurnel and likewise a durned old liar The colonell jumped for him but the cowboy dodged and ran for his horse We had another ready saddled with two loaded revolvers In the holsters and the booby sprang Into the sad die and gave chase After getting out on the prairie half a mile the cowboy began to circle and shoot and yell and the colonel followed him and shot way the whole 12 bullets without sending one within five feet of him When the twelfth one had been tired the kindhearted cowboy rode off at the top of his speed and the colonel came into camp to dismount and- say Get me a hundred cartridges and my own horse and 111 follow that man to the end of the earth howe the toothache colonnlfwaa asked Toothache Why Its all gone and Ill have that fellows scalp If I have to stay out here all summer Wash ington Herald No Use The civilians who volunteered the services of themselves and their mo tor cars to convey the Fatherlands holiday gifts to the German troops In the trenches at the front were sum m ned before a gray old Bavarian general to receive instructions as to their behavior in the enemys country T ie general explained to them that they might expect in passing through a village to be tired on by francs tijrfurs and added that the persons Vho fired the shots might not always be men entitled to bear arma flxlngMfeers suppose you have entered a Belgian village and while you are spinning along through the market square there Is a lively fusillade di rected at you from the surrounding house You turn toward your assail lots and see nothing but empty win dOs Only In the second story of one house am old woman is poring out What yould you do IB that case Mr Melerr JFcI pot Jookkck WM tie reply J rl 7 5urr== 51L fbAs I Thursday Friday fluid SaturdayJli II I U IrUFarming Implements Buggies Wire FcnciDiF Stoves Harness II VX I and Hardware S I I IfIgive me a call as IIwill save you money toI t L I Hr Klff3AIfJItI i Hi = iTHE NEAI FIRJV- UARShultzCoJIi I 1 i OFFICE BARBER PETTUS 9 A R4 Shultz has satisfied the people off Washington and adjoinirii f counties for 30 years WHY NOT YOU We wffl be glad tiitlon large or small contracts in the Heating P1umbfng or iWithyou i line Agents for Buckeye Pumps i GIVE US A CALL C l V i o S+ v v U i ji Sclince Museum Several groups of objects of special Interest as illustrating appliances used in war by sea land and air have been brought together In two rooms in the Science museum South Kensington London Perhaps the most striking of these are the series of models of types of British warships and of British and foreign aircraft Among the former are models of sev eral wellknown ships including a model of his majestys ship Good Hopo and one of the dreadnaught battleship his majestys ship Monarch the latter recently added to the cbllectiotOon loan Submarines are representedby drawings and photographs Wltd set ral of the models in the aeroplane action there are fullsize engines and parts The enemys aircraft are rep resented by a general model of the RumplerTaube monoplane whlcwas the chief German army machine at the beginning of the war and a dirt gram drawing of a Zeppelin Jam and Sully leer for BtftUJu The amount of Jam that the British soldier Is eating on this campaign has attracted the notice of all the foreign newspaper correspondents American Belgian and French who have lean for the tint time the British sotdtor1 in war The supply of this particular delicacy seems to have been unlimit ed With Jam bully beef biscuits and tea the British soldier seems abRf to go anywhere and do anything No doubt Jam Is excellent food and lo a certain extent I fancy that it re places fresh vegetables The first campaign in which Jam played a no tlceable part was the second Boer warIn Peninsular and Crimean days freshly killed beet and biscuits were usual rations of tIre troops but the traveling field kitchens on wheels which now accompany all regiments and batteries have improved tthe Brit Uh soldiers lot Exchange Finally Paid for Cjovs Food Cows are like humans they cant eat free So the district court In Camden decreed the other day and awarded a verdict of 600 to three farmers Thomas McMlchael of Stratford N J owns several cows whoce tastes run distinctly to fresh young grrin things which are worth money So the cows ate the growing crops of the three farmers The farmers pro tested but the cows continued to eat dally Finally tirsa when they threatened to briag suit against Me Michael he told tfceiajo present m bill when the last vegetable bad disap peered within the cows The verdict of 600 was reduced to fSOOsaftef I Judge French had refuted to grSSlfc NI trial of the 5 r u litand StrengfhGo the name goss on AMES BUGGIES red In Old IfenftucHy Look at that Ames buggy body frame for a pieceof fcooest buggy building Note ihe strong l J in seat posts firmly socketed 1n2 in bono Y aabmeetectnUCw bCacedwWand bolted into oncunbceabblcbrid eliko frame hi Mr Ames Way of building a buggy so he sea back U with hk own personal guarantee ttc Come and See the Ames PeraenaHy Guarantee Buttle Her Come and leO how stylish tow snappy how trong yet how light in draft You never w r cttCr built liibtet Coe- aaier ricinc plcuure thaD Ariaa o rY- OII will cert be proad I1t 0 A C KIMBALL SPRINGFIELD KY NATURES ESSENCE Extracted From Jocest fiatts Ntuf taw ate pedec but dirrase follows it u kws sast seys4 Go linVig to nature for the crrc to the forest itMte are yMriss bs t we fathom for you Taketh bark of tlie nlcJcherry tree thSseMa rSkSs root blOodroot sad gOlden esITkS a ssea 5 F on lrapo root queen s tilt sos sicJ0 extract of them with Just the rIght tdeM es yse tMIIe DIJCSTfY flctor PIerce Golden It cook Dr Pieroe with the assistance of hrt se4 sIes itpssad siSrssorkexperimenta to make this pure glycefis trbard t ioki 0Itj an4without the use of a partic1a treittMt eScieaCJ d W snsa r Wnzuw EsQ Just the sort of remedy3OU see thatkit8deHCIcatne Nb100daud cure Dr Pierces Golden Medical Disesisry be s Pusuc APPRovAL and baa sold werey p555J5y- years than any other blood puriSersed issk Ssi OUtOf lIIith7 t1M ISametlmetflltOt Ma E WizW 1 t1 cc01inencd to doctor with all the deelue at M I wl IpeCIIiIStI on stomach and direstive other I I5sany goodin fut most of the medklaee I to Dr Pierce Buffalo dcomdpaJ sIaj- dlcni palntwth f JiIcoYCJ and Pi5tPeand PeUeta ltaftDIcovet7Th r cccmo4 tobeJaJtwbaUncoded Ma = Pltl le tIarkL caILok c tIr11I- UNNWYS LAXMIV UGH VJt 1 e 2IS F rY u rr j EXTIUORDINARY ANIOUNC E M E N 1II Until te first qf May n order Jo cut our stock down we win ttorc1inarr inducements i each departmenti t our house Examine ant Ilet our prices r i1 dII iCLOTiINiIi f Ilki I ifr I Hart = Schaffner Marx and i t MenIEandffIi ectioni Suits for Boys and ctL Full stock ii fi tII Palm Beach Suits f 1 1t11 riheim SHOES and Beacon Shoes i fqr Men Smiths Sterling 4- l t Shoes for Women t L i Jtt Ront buy CLOTHING and Shoes until you have seen these faupraSv and uptothe minute IryiSptsi t Yty I inId IS SPECIAL BUYERS Jf fJ P ADDRESS tOLIVE ROIERT BARTON Rtrlait rooked around doubtfully acrattalsithe houses along the street White with a buckeye tree Co the left of the front porchI Aunt ins had said The one her beforeI description Bob Nevis with his feet comfort ably elevated one the porch rail sat reading the morning paper Notic lug a Jady turn In af the gate he Sprang up and stood waiting for nee at the door ghtthetattlngforIrsJRbalnbegan ly Will you please give It to her and tell her that Aunt Ina I mean Mis Jtiny to sick today andr wont be able to help with the fancy work tooth Skes very sorry and kopuJrt tSfeBelhelm will be able toiMMge without her She hel- douts sjEtali paper parcel which the youuV man accepted with thanks Bob stood looking after her Hral Who the deuce is she I wondir herrfbefoEEe B fshes a cracker laclrfotJookrIsnt sher Doctor Jexls stood smiling Inside the screen door and Bob spied him f Then you hpard1iad Yes couldnt help It and cant if1 that I blame you much Mighty prf t ty young lady But if t were you I believe rdhave rr- told the truth Thatt Mrs Mendelheim does not live here tan Incidentally suggested showing houseiBob considered the matter He r J didati relIsh a walk of eight block aaloneAlien he had an Interesting i 5 book and good cigars So fee called Sammy Croop neit floor and gave him a nickel and the bundle of tatting telling him where leth ll fun 4 Pdieon hia way At the comer of Crlssaioie rh j i heniet J icniy and David Mar SPs45lg on tbeiv dray to top swim- S rat hole Saramyylelde withau ijpngtotWl eltveryM1j i Rpt ssiayt a cramp la the dee ft Vfit rr M4 JiMmy managed to hoi yelleSd fer Jslip te sorae men In a nearby t 1 ieN The retttU was that Sammy r fr weak ud subdued from his sousing w s iIIoqkt lrlteua aJlftlX ed watlat nad livered Fbf Aew AM Jaj Mu AaMli esiisit m t kl f y Ii yy 11 Mil Ml es sss3o 1lp ww ills kIt aM Ijldlg mt1 f Mud tare lfsttatt soils i c 1tVridJt ILutSclWtner Marx lone to help lUlU o awe ftJng she has been workin on for months She say theres twenty dollars worth And now where is she Does anybody know anything about Miss Ridgeway But nobody did At ciz oclock Mrs Mendelheim left the completed yellow and lavender booth and dragged her weary way homeward Her cup of tea failed to revive her and she went to bed with a splitting headache One of the Mendelheims telephoned to the Ridgeways and the result was that Rosins went tp take charge of the proprietorless booth puzzled about the miscarriage of her message thatnightRosinalButt of looking directly through him that InslgnUtc8ntIj mother t- Im sorry but we have none It was sent but through some error has not reached the church That Is too bad returned Mrs Nevis moving away Come Robert Robert discovered the Indian suit mornlngbQl1drenched hiamothert Ridgeways to turn in twenty dollars to Miss Jna iI1Rosina came to the door to confess began Bob humbly t IYes a liar and a thief of herself Rosina laughed How dreadful You look contrite enough to be a murderer also We may as well be comfortable whii hay ing this awful confession Wont you sit down Now tell me why you Jet me talk to you yesterday when yon knew I was at the wrong house Becausebecause you were so lovely and I was afraid youd go I wanted to have you stay and and say Im a stupid donkeT and heres she money for thewhatever you calll that stuff The little boy I sent with It went swimming instead You must think njea muddlehead Rosina laughed again Oh dont 101 Here you have a chance to talk to me and now you are running away Bob needed no second invitation Coovrljcbt JJy the McClure Nawapi tper Syndicate Datwas played In a small town created lots of fun and some indignation A joker notified many of the housewives that on a cer comPIYIphones and from the wires They were told to tie cloths over the phone to prevent the dust ruining wall paper furniture and pictures Some of the phones were kept closely tied for a- n- hour or two and others were urjder pth i rags for bait a day or at least aunUl they found by making 1QulrK of central that the Joke waS on tllem j 3y informant saidthe tcf f leave town for ajdiy or twoTo escaper the righteous Indignation of women wjio weed fftoled Cincinnati Comer JrDltESS = GOODS I IlI MercerIized Sheetings and Dress CUT GoodsIIII Tablel Linens Sheetings and Towels Have just received a shipment Iof Room size Rugs sizes O6x 136 13x12i and 9x12 Axministers 1650 to 3500 Velvets 1500 to 2500 I975 to 7 Crex 800 to 2250I WallI Paper 4c to 25cIILace Curtains 50c Window Shades and 12Ctto1 WE MAKE PRICES TO CASH fI IJ1f1ngham Duncan o TIWROG 1fiMfiatt ltoitletutasid Jdkerjhad Tapestry FOUND CHAMPION MEAN MAN Walter Long One of the Best Known Leading Rebuke That Heavies Must AdmlnlsteI Walter Long one of the leading heavies with the Reliance and Ma jestic luna organizations believes that he is the discoverer of the sting est man in the world Long Is a powerful swimmer At the beginning of the summer season ho was named as one of the municipal life guards at Ocean park work- Ing on Sundays and holidays when the crowds at the beach were the largestA who went out beyond the breaker line became caught in a rip tide and shouted for help Long went to his assistance and after a hard struggle with the big breakers succeeded in bringing the near drown inp man ashore whero ho was revised A short time later the rescued man nattily dressed In his street clothes and wearing a big diamond appeared and thanked LOng for saving his life Here have a good cigar on me said profferedjpurchase a sandwich and had a fiveI cent piece in his hand IHo accepted the proffered ten cent sill returned the nickel with the statement Here is your change Tire man whom Long rescued accepted the cite cents and then beats hasty rev trEat Long has nailed the dime to the wall of his dressing room as a memento of the occasionIJoke on Who ever told yeti that you could STvim calmly inquired Manager Thomas Persons of the Selig Jungle Zoo picking up a remark dropped by Comedian Sid Smith Well I may not be so much but am open to a proposition said Smith who can Jall off the break water in his winter clothes and swim tu shore In an ocean st rmIThese proved fighting words and the wager was arranged on the spot to the effect that Sid could not swim the Los Angeles river This is a very ancient joke with natives but many newcomers bite After thonitmey was up the crowd adjourned to the Los Angeleal river Which Was Just ankle deep ai the time Smith raged endeavoringj neyiIts toughie TOO Stow With Lawn Mower Stella Razcto leading woman of Director E J Le Saints company is the champion lawn moweress of the Pacific film colony At least the Selig star claims the title She managed to do her own extensive lawn in less than a week but hubby found her In tears at the close of the last day She fourid Ihegrass where she began had all growniirp again sUbeofJ Mlltaryi Scenes Pop lar j1 tfintly produced at the Boston opera bouue Thy aspects or the ulctUre are Jjeavy drawing cards g c TIMES MANY CHANGES OLDTIMER BECOMES REMINIS CE TON THE SUBJFCT Extinction of the Wild Pigeon on a Par With That of the Buffalo But the Sparrow Still lU With Ut Time does change the order of things said one of a number of el derly men who were gathered In a grocery store over at the Cape one evening last week and some of the changes that are hardly noticed or even known by most of the younger lpeople of today are in many ways remarkable Take for instance the wild pigeon ethat was to be found In nlmost every patch of woods In tho state when I war a boy there Is not one to be found In the entire country east or west of the Rbckcn today and one ot the departments at Washington has offered a large reward for anyone who will produce or ten where a nest of the wild pigeons can be found As I said they were verypentlfnl in these parts back In die 50s and many wore found In the 60s and early 70s but today not one can be found in the United States The cause of all this lies Jn the fact that many people carried on the business of trap tl n11 c t la S rboro a man by the name of Plummdr did this to such an extent that he came to be known as Pigeon Dave Plummer The traps were so arranged that hundreds of the bIrds would be caught at one spring of the trap and when one comes to think that this business was carried on all over the country it Is easy to seo tow In years their num hers dwindled and finally died outal together On the other hand said another tit the party comparatively a few years ago wo bad never heard of such a bird as the English sparrow and today they are as thick as white weed a poor mans pasture Speaking of white weed said the nrst speaker remjnds me of the time I went to school way up on what Is now Highland avenue and white weed was Just making its appearance in plfPtlCuhowever er named Dyer told us boys that ho would give us a cent a dozen for all we could pick In his field for by that means it was kept from going to seed Look at the fields nowadays If oqe could get a cent a dozen for It now a person could get rich in the course of a couple of years and not have to work but a week or tyro each year at that Yes sir there have been many changes in suchthingaast these dur ing the last 20 br morn years and ate still going on PortlundExpressand- Advertlaer tDecidedly Pretty Photo Play Ailight Flying A release is a pretty arid well acted photoplay the third of the series following In the Moonlight and In the Firelight HAD HIM SIZED UP RIGHT ClfrvelOn Mana8uccess8hows There It Mitt to cer Than the Hold hiB of Hands There Is a middleaged attorney In Cleveland says the Plain Dealer of that city who is an eloquent speaker a good storyteller a fine lawyer and well an awfully good poker player This attorney got Into a little game with a few friends In New York the other day says our Informant With him was a Gothamite who said very little but played his hands for all they were worth Finally the Cleve land attorney opened a pot for five dollars and the New York man raised It to 10 Theothers dropped out and watched to see If the judge we will call him Judge would stay The Judge looked at the chandelier and ever tell you the story about Tom Keller over In our town Lets hear what you are going to 4o about this pot before you start a story said the New Yorker nervy ouslyTom was a lawyer and a Joker He was the quickest man with an an swer I ever met HeIt Never mind What are you going to do about my raset Dont Interrupt me Tom= and the lawyer finished his story It was funny but we havent time to repeat It here Everybody laughed except the New York man He repeated Well what are yU going to do about my raise Pardon me I see it and draw three cards The Manhattan man stood pat and bet 25 That Cleveland man called him and showed a pair of Jacks The New Yorker had a busted flush and said it wasnt good poker Buthow could you call me on a pair of jacks he first bet puzzled me I didnt know whether you had a good hand or a fourflush But I told a good story and you didnt laugh That showed that you werent sitting com fortably behind that hand even If you backed it with a raise It you had laughed at my story Id have passed Bu you looked so solemn and worried that I backed my jacks liner What a game it is Radium and Cancer It Is noted by the New York Medi cal Record that the facts brought out by painstaking and long continued in vestigation in several large series of cases In the Samaritan hospital at Heidelberg the Vienna Radium Insti ute the Radium institute at London And other places are that radium Is not to be relied upon as a curative agent In the treatment of true cancer It Is the matured opinion of those who have learned by experience that incal culable harm has been done by the widespread dissemination of gross ex aggeratlons as to the value of radium In the treatment of cancer and that it will devolve upon the medical profession to correct these false Impressions tn addition to this emphasis should for the present at least be placed on iho taut that no operable cancer with TT7I T1I T 1 atnroseuathe radium In preference to tbQ knife Rarely apparentcures says the Record have been obtained In some of the Inoperable cases but In no instance has there been a complete eradication of the ultimate ramifications ot the disease Pie Seasons The pie tree fruits at this season and bears plentifully Some persona hold that the pie season is 12 months howeverJthe blackberries raspberries and blueberries are ripe and whenapples are green and the other when the frost is on the pumpkin The pies of the in between times arenas lead to gold to the pips of other times No pie except the pumpkin pie Is a pie at all unless the juice runs from between the covers withIsun acid dew Custom makes us eat pie last It Is a hard rule redeemed only by the anticipation which helpsI us to go through the preliminary staples gladin the thought of the delectable to come Rouah on tr The mans from home had just been received by a certain regiment Not only were there letters but many parcels from relatives had friends at home for lucky soldiers Oneof the Tommies received a large box ad dressed to himself and with a Jrl umphant yell he rushed off to hiEI companys lines and gathered around him to share in the eagerly antlclpated contents of his box Smokes lads he cried as he un did tho wrapping From the old man I know It An theres sure to be a bottle or two of Scotch He opened the box gave one look at the contents and collapsed in a neap What is It cried his comrades pressing around Its from old Auntie Mary groaned the disappointed warrior Bandages an ointment an embroca tion an splints an a book on Ow to Be Your Own Surgln =London fIt Bits Private Cars In the town of Mombasa on the East coast of Africa the private car ques tion has been settled to the satisfac tion of every white resident by pro viding a private street car for each of them The cars are pushed by ana tive black had are small They are fit ted with a wide seat which will hold two persons The tracks of this privates road lead through the main streets of the town with switches to the stores and club Each owner of a car has a switch to his yard and boards his car in the same manner as an automobilist The road is financed by each car owner who pays a ceptaln sum each year for upkeep The rood is used for no other purpose than to carry owners on their outing or calling lhjjpeditions Wall Street Journal OtmuoTARCures Colds rovcnta Pneumonia I b 1For Public Service Season 1915 a At i Ralarama Farm IISpringfield Ky Rex Monroe 2063 11 Mahogany brown horse 153 hands foaled 1903 weight 1185 pounds Sire REXMcUONALD 1st dam Lena 1857 by Herzosre E6 8 t3rd4th dam Deut of Tom Hal We believe this is tno greatest sire of show horses now standing In Kentucky and under the hammer in actual dollars his get have out sold the get of any saddle stallion that eyer stood in the State our show string last year his get the oldest being yearlings 25 first premiums 26 second premiums and twelve hundred and ni = Inii done eight this dollars and five cents 1298 05 What horse colts have INeanlrn s by him have brought as high as six hundred and forty fivei dollars in hand cash under the hammer Has any son of Rex McDonald that had any sort of a chance failed tto breed real show horses Only three of his sons have had a chance in Kentucky Rex Peavinc McDonald Chief and Hex Mon oefFEE 50 TO INSURE A COLT Bourbons Best 4095 Chestnut stands 15 3 foaled 1906 Sire BOURBON CHIEF 976 tat lam Judy Oliver 6407 by Red Cloud 2197 2nu dam daughter of King 219G 3rd dam daughter of Sims mark Chief 2575 4th dam daughter of LeGrand 746 This horse id a very handsome individual and certainly there is 1m11i S275 Brownie Martin a yearling for J310 Jurist a 5325 Gypsy Brldt a suckling for J300 Fancy Maidin a broughtiSfor 20 and a number Of other weanlings and yearlings him from 200 to 300 Bourbon Gay champion year old show horse of Tennessee Jurist a yearling by him was undefeated at Spring SIshownSI TO INSURE A LIVING COLT aFEF20 Red Peavine S IChby I 3rd dam Burgomaster thoroughbred tWe do not know of a bettor bred son of Rex Peayme standing for public service in Kentucky He is a good individual wiifi lotrof- LII round action and a perfect disposition He will serve mores at the 1teeof 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT also offer for service IInominal GOOD JACKS S tAt 10 to Insure a Colt eMares will be kept on good grass at ten cents a day and fed grain costoTHURMAN PETERS o SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t S = lJlin OC LifecI h I ra haveSSylvania Woods of Clifton Mills IKy TT It certainly has no equal for la Li ppe bad coldsliver and stomach troubles I firmlY believ e BlackDtughtt measlestheye BlackDraught made th 110II ft BLin THeOFORDS 61home For constipation Indigestion headache dlzzll g ness malaria chills and lever biliousness and all similar 11it ailments Thedfords felackDraught has proved itself a e reliable ge itle and valuable remedy feI ji511 tryr1Black f merit Seventyfive I ryearslIE young and old For sale everywhere Price 25 cents s JII a A 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