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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 M ESTABLISHED i TIJIB i1314Es4 oANNO DO 1INJ1883t =L0fE4tIL13 ir i QtlI y I1NE SERIES VOL XXXIItO15 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY f KENTUCKY MAY 5 1915 V TY rtltfTf OOff RfiIA FRIEND IN NEED 4A FRIEND INDEED 1 Samutl Offai Jonathans Lovo For DavidA Mofol jrridh1pIt Test Ifs Endurance Ita Basis Friepdchip Doing Lost Solfiihnece an ImpcnClingDmgerI A friend Torcto at aI11ImcsProo I7li I ISTORY records noble examples of friendship but supreme amongst these is the friend shIp the love of Jonathan Sauls sonond prospective heir of the throne of Israel for David his rival the peoples hearts and In the Inff Program The unselfishness of his friendship demonstrates a nobility of diameter possessed by some In those days and quite lu contrast with the Evolution theory Jonathans loving spirit stands out lristrbns contrast with King Sauls jealous spirit Apparently Jonathans l first meeting with PnId was after the lattVrs victory over Goliath Instead of thinking of David MJn rival who must be crushed the noble Jonathan tool1t9Jrih1S own nrlncely robe and gave it to Davldi together with his sword and his famous bow SA FrUndilriNeed a Friend Indeed Jonathans friendship love was not not1JIovemeroIy In Word but In deed and In truth lIe loVed his friend jut the same when the king became Da vlds enemy and sought his life The friendship rdurewill make no sac r riflces Is not the tA kind tdle ap- piovedotnodeIe1 3affer Jonathan had love Of itUe kind Which Jonathan and the l9rg admon Lade Ishes His followers to havethe lovu which In honor prefers one another This love doubtless stands preeminent nbovearthly love especially because founde upbn a religious basis lie- causDvid loved God and sought to be guided by His wUbc conducted himself wltU wlsdomiahd because Jon athah discctnpd this spirit of ivlsdonx and righteousness he loved David In proportion as we understand the Bible and receive the spirit of the Truth we shall appreciate and copy Jhe best there Is of principle whether of friendship or of duty to a monarch to bur family or toward God There are many influences operating toward a spirit of selQslmcss avarice Jejjl ousy 5Vhllc the Inlluences for Jruo friendship tue1ovethe best qualities of heart and head are from the Lord We noted In avprevioua lesson bow Jouathaii acted as iMjaccniakct between his father and David Todays lesson relates another occasion when Joun than acted the part of a true ttlend Realizing that his life was In dnugcr David meutiohcd his fears to Jona The latter was at u loss fo be 4than that his lather Hvould break his word yet was Impressed by David lattitude The feast fttbe new moon Was at hand and D tld was expectW hlrmon3withfriends Jonathan ras to find out deli uUely his fathers intentions and to ccfmimmicnte them to David Qu the second day of the feast the king asked for the son of Jesse as though be hated the very namp David Jonathan replied that David bad gone to Bethlehem by his permission Ap parently the king bad been foiled in his intention to kill David at this time and he vented his Wrath upon his sou whom rcaliv he greatly loved In his anger he threw his javelin at JOlla than problihl31uot TilJh the Intention of striking him but merely of venting bis ferocious Jealousy Jonathans speech In return shows that he was thinking less of what he himself was risking nUll more respecting the Injustice being donchls friend It Is a beautiful friendship Which In stress focgcts self and thinks only of the friends Interests As in contrast with all human loves and friendships we read of Jesus Greater love hath no man than this thatn man lay down his life for his friends Nevertheless in Jesus cask it meant more thaunuy earthly love or friendship for while we were yet sinners Christ died for us The David and Jonathan Aporfti0 deClares that the Lord thus set an example PniiS Christians that they should lay down their lives for the brethren Thls Is Heavenly love Divine friendship of which Jonathans love Is a sample lug It Not Beyond Thee The next morning David having re turned was to gqt Jonathans judgment respecting the kings sentiments Jonathan was to go into the field near n great rock and there to give an agreedupon signal if David should flee And so it was done Jonathan thou went over to the rock behind which David hid The two embraced after the manner of the East kissing 4 each other goodby true lovers with a manly noble love Here Jonathan Indicated his faith in Gods provldonce respectins David and disked him to make a covenant that whatever should occur DavM would seaijraciousIy with Jonnthan nudhhl amily Bible history shows us that pavid never forgot the bljigotion- thlcb he thus nndcrtouk to be a friet- 3IlJawilYoSnuI 1 Foir SALE5 male shoes grandsons o f 01 d Definder- wejgliing3O lbs Ready former vice Also two sows it J E Wheatley rb C12LbN irE r U KEDYS LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Agricultural Extension Apple orchards in Kentucky must be spread every yvar ajraiftst the appe scib disease andlecontroli g practically all of tliej diseases that work on the leavi si and fruit Foi the e rier sprays it is probably saler to use tile limesulpher mixture in order toIII avoid any danger of russeting the ybung fruit Arsenate of ead should be used for poison inglhe curculio and the codling moth ana all other insects which bite and eat the leave of the friiiu WHEN TO SPRAY The first summer spray for cmlrolling scab Is given af the time when the clusters of flower buds have ssperaleJ hut the flowers themselves beforeI dpenEdout This fs the cluster bud spray Tie second very necess iry applio tin should be given as th6 petals of the flowers begin fce faiL This is the spfey that iis given fop the control of the codling moth For this application and for the scab or cluster bud spray US9 limesulfur at the rate of one and ouehalf gallons to fifty 1threestituted for the limesulfur if the grower so desires The Bordeaux mixture and limesulj fur are used to con rol the scab while the arsenate of lead is usI edrto yoison the codling mot i and cutculjo A third and even a fourth ap plication will be of g eatt help to c mlrJl later outbreaks of scab S9 ty blotch blact rot cedtr apmeansthe middle of July for the econd brood of codling moth wJJieh will appear abuut this time or a little later Bitter rot is very troublesome in the western end of the State Where it is causing damage it If B of is nn nnnroads poor schools and worse ichopl rAm Increase of at least 20 an aero State Aid Law is estimated by expert calculators who have gone into tho subject very thoroughly IThe building of tftase public high will aiso increase all other lands In proportion in oery county and dls tricL This most notable forward step will provo the greatest blessing that has ever come tothe land owners of Ken tucky It is tho Intent ofahis law that all State Fund for road building It was not Intended that the land owner though possibly receiving the greatest benefit should bear the greatest part bf the tax burden Such great tutions and enterprises will bear their just part as well asj all other Taxable property The throt tling or crippling of any of these great resources tv hostile legislation must lay a heavier burden upon the land owners and other tax payers More than 100 counties have al ready levied a tax upon them selves In order to take advantage of this State Aid Fund for the building of Good Roads in their sum will hO Increased by In these counties so that the sum pended trill probably exceed twcrniil Won dollars IIt Is estimated that at least 6000 of good roads will be completed pleted appr simately thirty millions dollars this year will increase the value of property to the extent of at spriLlingcoitinue until 1113middlo of August Btrdeaux mixture is u bre effective ilJconll ling this trouble thin liHesulfur The arsenate of lead may be added to the Bordeiux when spraying- for the Codling m9tb and thereby save time Green aphis has caused con Isid rahle loss during the PUt two seasons and with very likely appear again Examinfe the trees from time to time and if the lleaves begin to roil lock on the under side for the aphi If tay are present spray the trees with Black Leaf 40 using three quarters of a pint to one hundred gallons of water To this mix solved soap in order to make the material spread more rapidly Indications all point towards a splendid fruit crop for the pres eat season and an extra effort should be mule to make it worth white For f ufher particulars along this and a lied lints of horticulture address trio College of Ag riculture State niyersity Lox ington Ky S H GAUMOUY Exte sion Horticulturist I Pioneer Merchants In the spring of the year seventyfive years ago the mer chants frtm Bardslown Spring field ShepherdsviIle and other adjoining towns would have a d iy set to start to Philadelphia after their goods and the day arrived they would collect in Bardstown and start together for selfprotection against rob bers who were said to iufest the Allegheny Mountains then a wilderness through which they had to pass writes an old citizen 10 the Standard Ech oni wculJ be mounted on a go d horse with a pair of large hone pistols with bear skin holsters in front of him and their saddle bags containing clothing under tthem across the saddle The money was put in 8trQurlinen BUILT NEW STATE AID LAW I the rden the Taxes ot Thrown Upon Them Tht ugh Unwise Legislation m w houses manufacturing levies gzeIeucn against inc oa Which do you prefer least twcntyflvo rations of dollars in tho counties where these roads are built This is a splendid beginning What a difference this will make to the laud owners tho farnlerjan all otheri who make use of county roads wheth er for busings or plqasurs There are many fine farms In Kentucky 20 or more miles Trom the railroad that are not worth half as much as It they were near a railroad station for the reason that It is too far to haul farm products to market over the oldfash these same farms shall have been con nected with the railroad or the market with a good State road over which It Is asy to drive and haul as compared vtk tile old roads To haul a large load over a ROod road even twenty miles Is easier and quicker than to haul tt over five miles of the old time vlrter mud road These good roads therefore will bring the distant farm nearer tPthe market and add greatly to the pr of the products of tho farm Under the supervision of competent state and county road engineers county seats and the most populous sections of the Stat will be connected by Im proved public highways bringing tho cess the farmer can market lila prqd While good rcadti are J1n3re neces ment to which ttio people of tile State can turn their attention there are sac s5100 in each sack anJ carried In leath r bags These bugs was put on what was called a pack saddle something like a saw buclc in shape the hore led sjand in this way they traveled all citiesIin those days was nearly all in silver and paper was scarcely een After waking purcliases they would start for home leaving their gcoJH to follow Thesa had to be hauled in wagons across the mountains to the OhioI River and then floated down inlI flatbottom or keel boats to Louis yule and then wagoued so theirj destination Tue groceries were brought in lkeel beats from New l beIpoles and pulling by the wilbws1 on the river bank to Louisville and th wagoned to whereever tsey were to go So you canll readly acccunt for tlie high pricE s they were sold at In connection with the man nor in which the merchants had to travel 1 will mention a nDtec1I character that was saidto inhabit taw with his and of jroUfeer His name was J Hans t saw what purported to be a hisory of his life and death It was published in pamphlet formI antf t gave a printer an old faabuhed ninepence for a copy It was said the robber was neve known to take all the money a ms n bad but would always leave him enough to pay his expenses to his pIerce of destination HeI undertook to rob the st ge andI was captured Bardstovtn Standard Tom ato cabbage cauliflower sweet peppers celery and sweet potato plans grown from Bur ptes souls Will Johnson Mrs Pearl ie Smothers WillI isburg R R has for sale Flow ers and Piauts Also Columblan Wyandotte eggs 75c for 16 Phone Mobresville 32w Fcr SaleS U R IRed Eggs Pon 100 yard 50 cents Phone 119 X 2O INCREASE PER ACRE ON LAND ADJOL4ING ROADS UNDER ThisatcAid theGreatc imIprovd proIportlonale railroadproperU aqpethe Lac4withInthe thatthe disI ractlcallyImpassnble yearWhat thodoorKentuckyWith gooinprofitthan Itnportanetban doneSuch AHeghanies Inaugurated as will make it easy to raise money to carry on these great works of public improvement without laying too heavy a burden upon tle tax payers many of whom are now bearing their fair share and sonic times more than their share The States revenues are not sufficient by nearly a million dollars a year to meet Jcicy yin unwise leg station high taxes bad tho expenses of government These expenses hve to be met out of the taxes paid on the property of our citizens IAny legislation that would tend to cripple or render less valuable any of the sreat taxpaying Industries of tho State will necessarily transfer tho andilomeIIt is time for every tax payer to de that his Iis reientatlve In tho Legislature cQnsIdcn these facts It is time for them t call a hilt to the destruotionbyterests in the State from which wo derive our greatest rcccnues IIn oniand make posit tho great benefits to be dori od frou good roads good schools an i improvements In nglprul tnre must i ot be destroyed or drlvsn from the S ste Good rouri bring the country folk and city folk Into closer contact means a brcader gauged handInhrnd attitude toward public matters toward public good May our legislators and every citizen of tho CommonwecMi look forward to plan and work togeth er f6r a greAter Kentucky to conscrv3 every source of revenue for meeting the States obligations keeping it out of debt lowering the burden of taX ition placing It where it belongs and not throw the burden of tho land own er nor any other one class May this new dawn of a greater Kentucky forever put a StOp to any movement that would tend to cripple or destroy any of our great industries Good Roads or no good roads we can never movo forward and take our place in the galaxy of great Statea around and about jis in progressive ness education wealth and industry until we have become constructive rather than destructive in our legis latlori NTfrFor a Greater Kentucky Better Roads Schools and Lower Taxes t4 e QUITS RAtE WithdrawsJ rial Race To the DemQcrats of Kentucky A conusion cf politics malclng results uncertain tne atterapt to force the slatewide prohibition issue in to the campaign before the Democratic party has ex pressed a desire id abandon the Cjun y Unit Law to which it is now p edged thereby mudclyirg the pohtcil waters and endangering constructive legislation and party unity andlimited financial means prompt nje to withdraw from the Governors race I entered the race with the deepest patriotic motives silently and I nope modestly feeling that if elected 1 could render nn party and my state a real service I entered the race upon a plat form that I believed to be a eon sttuctive moral and dem cratic program audI have hot lid the occasion to chan e my mind about a single plank in it Ever prinoipleenunciated in the plat form and in toe Mayjield speech cime from an eat nest desire to present a program of action for a greater Kentucky It is true that my position qn the temperance question haf created some discussion Ni man who knows however doubts f jr one moment my lo alty10 ti the temperance cause I havi niver failed to giyeoioney and moral support for its promotion Without asking any citizen surrenderlils vo vs on stfotswi i e luohibition Jo km positioi t mat it nult Ico bttrr rot th capSH of turn per luce to operate uider te runiy Unit Law which in its pfsunt form is but little over one v ear old than it would be to abandon it at thi time for stite wide prohibition There are thousands and thousands of noble temperance wt ricers who believe as I do and who are today resisting statewide p ohibition in the interest of emperance and are reprttlin that efforts are beintj nude to waite it an issue during this cam taign Many believe that tie effort is not at this time funda icenial tnd that it will divide tin temperance rforces briligona iv ac ion and do harm rather tlian good The dilfiivhce betxveen the temperance people WLO believe we should operae for the pres ent under the County Unit Law and those who honestly want immediate statewide prohibiton is simply a difference of the bust methods of securing temperance and not a differenca of moral idtas or perjoual loyally tJem perauce My interest in establishing the sales bus ljetis upon a sound oasis in paying off its debt in reorganizing iUs tax system up on a just and sound basis and in interpreiing into a grea er Ker iucU uthCr tiling enunciated in mv platform prompted me to enter the race Hut the present situation convinces me thatit would not jus Lily one of limited n eans win is not willing to accept material help from any source that would make him a tool in the Jbands of borne one else to continue in the race and spend every dollar he has and more Hin effort to se cure the nomination in which effort he may fail and Wen those things heholus to be at this time paramount to the states best interest and toil future welfare of his party MH being diverted from their prcler ciicin nels itihirinK their accomplish meni doubtful- I um deeply grateful for the active and constructive interest that has been taken1 in my race by my friends throughout the state My heart is warm with gra iude to every citizen who has ben interested io me I am not unmindful of the devoted and able support of the thous ands of former students who nave attended the school over which I have presided for the past twentythree years and I assuro all of them that their friendship and the work they have done arehighly appreciated I thank the press for the nt merous courtEsies extended to me arid for every act of interest shown in my race I do not withdraw in favor of an candidate i release all my friends without any suggestion or intimation as to their fuure political ailignment Most respectful Jyyous HuoiIERIy- Raise The Export Steer IIWilhr and the alfalfa HAlda in t theicounty corms the export steer Without the silo farmers were unabe to git heavy cittie through the winter because they they did not have roughness to feed them and they required too much feed to1 graze Any farmer with a silo can keep a bunch of seven or eight two year steer s of the gpod growfry kind and make money uon them Tile growth theI last year will reech 35X to 400 pounds and the increase in p ice will run at least three cents per pound mote which usua rt aches 10 to 11 cents per pound and make a good thug for the fai mer With iha silo the ca tie can bf kept in the lots and turned outI when t1it ground is solid Th export steer when sold brings a unch of inoney A steer weigh ing 12JO to 16UO pounds Ht10 cen per pound meanssometiii KI- nd a firmer who grows steers ind hepseveu or eight going ff eidi season can beat a lJpI of tob ceo and keep his laid in grass The reat uttly ranches cf the west are no snore and it is a certain thing that cattle will never go lower with the price of Leefsteak at twenty five cents per boutidand soon all tun m ttotis uf Euope Viii throng our OopntDemcIat Newspaper Charity 1 tISpace and copies of his paper go to make up the newspaper mans entire stock in trade says tle Fourb Elate in an d itonai entitled Objct of Charity These two are all that he has to offer for sale to the public and no one has ever yeiffveu any sort of satisfacto ry icison why he should ever be asced by aD one to donate them s One thing newspaper peope f will never be able to undrstand is wily any person wji walk into a newspaper office and raaLe himself or hersaif an objtct of charity ard insist upon what they would disdain lo ask for in I any other shop or pace of busi ness ip the iown ThepriLcipe iiii the same Jn the newspaper office as in the dry goods storer he grt cury tli9 drug store and what a great many people needs to c me to recognize it as the sime and get uhe newspaper charity Ijst Advertising spico in tIe newspaper is for saje not lo give awav It has a certain t tItrinsic value in itself that inake it worth money Copies of the newspaper are for sale not to give away If they are worth having they are worth time ex ce dingly small price asked for them 4 The public oratleasta large portion of ih has some veryI erroneous ideas about these matters and it is but just to IheI newspaper folks that theae IdellsI be coi reeled in accordance with thn same business principles that prevail in all other business establlshlnentstIn the vast majority of cise this generous charity on the part of newspapers is blissfuly tIteIwhich is purely a faor to accept j dIwhat should be requests are couched as demands When the courtsey has been performed there is rarefy npprtJ ciation and mare often dissatis t silencet otherII towns and cities has btiten that a j ban has been put upon all tree publicity uo m ttter what its objecteven upon tee chuxpli notice In those cities such farorsas the press bestow Wvaie properly appreciated and valued 1J Hugwallow News tIJ 11Flutlej quite a stir among the jaybtrs- of this section the pas week Sidney Socks has got ajob working at night and jfas puri cased ttwo lanterns which Tn sures him of a bright future RdZ Harlow now passes f4is jlIway ing IWithgardenI seed and onion ses the post master has stowed tSis sloe down to about half horsepower The Exce sior Fiddling Band is learning another new pi6c Tnisj shows progressiveuess on tlie part of this stritng organ ization Hereafter all who1 have their I MahJIeWilaro U r while the WtJ r is going kI Qne of the wheels on the Peddlers wag n blolie down Ahilo be as trying tdeIl Mrs tJolumous Atlsop a dishpan last Monday lor halt crce t lluai aeliwag tier as itssDed orders ar uid thh P acs that there is to ou n noise of any kind for s vtat days as one of- tli4ge s ii on i11 LC tbtuouuulVrty3travtU in jone dmctuo hot it is vrrr easily hchangel re ij nothing suVsttrJal or pst a n in abjii iL iha tlieVrea sot cllmui r rot e ls ley re swrtng ou with rcnesol vnrg after a winters jest UJlyever Tobe him tll has net yet dckied just what he will to this suinmerXV Thin Hug Aalow Itnproyement Association wuicii is a ways loremovt in everything is mak lug ariangements tocnt the w eds ilutaie to grow at the ideuf of the postoffice this sum mer The Depuy Constable was summoned yesterday to go toja gulley near Rye JStraw and arrest a lot of his friends that were a game of sevenup fHe will leave for the scenesome Jme next week Uoumbus Allsop Who recent Y took an important stand iu the defensive dn the east side of tfie Exceior Fiddling Baud has b eo asked to plaJy a little ofter as nobody jean hear Baz Brow wad his little fiddle Flelcjor Heustep when ou his mule usually kicks up more dust alonglhe toads during the summer months than any other social faycrite in our midst is preparing f ir the onrush of spring and summer by ordering a new derby ftdm Chicago He get a right flat one so that he will not look so tall The Deputy Constable made an inuoiMaut discovery Monday tti ti niug when he unearthed an old wa ch from an abandoned house on Musket Ridge The watch had been buried about twenty years and whileit had beej stolen the only oiue to the idenity of tlvo thi f istbitt tie watch stopped air 815 oclock The Hogwaliow Improvement Association meets next vceeH and will no doubt have a long session as there is nothingi ti importance to come up 4i Winter they have beenAvrorkIng on some ways and means to get rid of the mud hole in front of the postoffice but hive laid tbt milter ot the lable having decided to let nature taite its course ie sons in the Unfed Slates who dt8ire tel send paicels let leis tr money orders to prison ers in the war detention camps of Europe need ut put tamp on the mail Potmasters ah ovr the country were noiifie this rule by A sistani Pos IOf r General Dockery He called the alttnttons of these officials to the article iu thy Hague conventions which for Lids this country from char iipU fur tIle delivery of mail cr moti1 Orders to prisoner of war The wrapper of such nui- nust b3 marked Hdestiuelfqr prisoner of war NctoniYDd pustagtfnoi be affixed Uutit H barrasses tbjsQovernmanJ wheb ostag9 is placed on snchhi Lp r J 1 has Idml0 mocit4 pOIs SlALTt 1 iXlfib f 4it Thh HmtiAvhf su wife beat him to death with a siugIetre because VffetaJpioVi an iceoreamsupperwithatiotnet woman was unfortunate in marrying an amazon whose strength lof au arm was Equaled pnly JfItthe strength other affectionsl for U her lord and mister There can hardly bea reasoit able doubt that when the woman jfondled the singljtr e Cfij1J way Ip the ice cream parlor shn thought of it aJ a weapon ct chastisement andnot an lnittt11 r f imeet of jfleath A little rpaff- chastisemeat bylhis jvife iiSrformed many a husband whose footsteps have acneCfromtl lislraght path and there are husbands whose preojdices ii n ifavor of time gay white vray can Abe overcome by anyijtrgur iJ1nol less potent and pungent thanwadebvasingk1treeswung high for for thei glory of the mar riedistate undiasiJti jwjirjjiiQg tj philanderers Butini this case fa li fto too machvjgqr or So J nnt jinto the intended lefscm1 and what was contemplate as a mere reidjastmentjora minor domestic difficulty larDS i iooitrmigedySatJh1 Income Tax Will Ffiif SOOOOjOOO Estimate r t f rjfS J Washingtoiirji7Cou plete prellminarVi estini ite3 frcinj internal 4 t llo ciilectidn ai t gJtmeotJ ual and corporation incoaie ito theoriginalestimi oJ tSOt 000000 bt probabl iIl excescL that Sum r tThis iathenio t iel o i tOt the ears of Tre 8Qry c c s in many mcmthsv If thd Mteisbornechtof the prospcei- sue of Panama iJanli btj 1fundothe1 layed io gartb nrijjMMjii c fof the Government ficialquestion havethmtwg1wie It was said here that tfries timat putthathduntTbco1P lected at 80035000 bat tIme officials arecnrfidentiLltreu s whIt show several mihlioiiThis prospect I pdjrieaing io the Admnittratiori iim fiuwVf predictions t E eiSe v tariff would combineIreviit a llarge returnIl Theu WThere is moneiiiiannIng and this is the timeitoVtcbn3idtT the matter 4 t I lVjth tie dhcrifving ofcro iS canning becomegs mater of iIn creased Importance 5By canninhtAndveLa tiles you sav1evejr jttof the crop Moreover tstteauorfTar I ketlrgfrtit ap Xil ten prIce are JO can ba lur pius andselI it wbttfthediaid U better t A 1 If you dojmft intend to gihQ the cannjnjf lddastr for the markets you should prdtfde jnIhis way lor tKe family table in wintsr giving thatti variety so essential for healthAHpfa Vd Farm t BinghamptonNi YAftmr- givinshtbiswageto hLsjwhfe every week for 25 yfa B If- Valkecvis now eaingber for a sbareoflfthemoneyr MbreIuses jto split pwLthhttieyerthiighi- diohag now eoped with nQtherSman Savfinah GaoMis Airy JIanoFarrell and Ben ry Beioford tere married here by Justice ofIt r mr4v17cgehicencswlmipwa 1 iisaued iJlyears tgo Both contracting parties were more than 70 year of age and would trive o ron 1L jioj the longdeiay intheli t BYJlr rraugemnentsz Tt Webb Oily Mo G1CeTLcl4 er age 15swaen she secuied a divce t tit imarried again alt witliiH 2 boun Ide girl 4arM liee yearmmnd HlNi kM 4tYedi on the ground iaHlltiitiVM j borcedtw t1iseawy 1 ke 18 noIj wiiicia I t Wl k If A LWiRSPEPIGIELD KY 4 LTuTTxUiY i Btm JOSEPH POUN 4iwaand PubJlshera f1iet IfII xi Post l atter i ftiaiJirrirnft FE IHMIi VOT Vw M9f vKCr JGNWNFKLAIR- ell rapgisn Fayette county an I HMMCMJM MMtifet for reelection as ItallroMl CMnMwitaMr subject to the actie W tiw DMMCfatlc voters in the Ao primary f t We st wUwrized to JOHN E NEW jiAN el Badsiown Nelson Cunty t M s idatefor the IJeraocratic iKMBbifttteB for Railroad Commissioner 15fPeM tkw Seoed District Primary saJs7 AQgmstTth 1915 fir Circlit Jidje- 5 raiBWitlwrited to anmonnce L H t ThMMM M a uvdidate for reelection jMWjtAee of Circuit Judge of the EkTMHsiJa icIl district subject toi the aMfMt e the Democratic primam AviI7Si We ww wMfcfrized to announce C S BiM sf tekMtJa8 a candidate for F t of Circuit Judge of the E Jadl District subject to i tht aeis of the Democratic party at the primary f PI fir CiiiiiiwiaHhs Attrney Wire authorized to announce W H EfrMpiBS of Lebanon a candidate for tM Mke of Commonwealths Attorney-f fee to Eleventh Judicial District- t subject to the action of the Democratic M1t at the August primary JohnAEleventhJilllidelofteDnocraticpartyatthe August primary t4 ITK State Senator We are aathorized announce John L Grundy of Lebanon Ky for Staater from tnis the Fifteenth Sen taril district composed of the coun Washingtossocratic primary FMiKepreseiitative Demfl i j Chas1oMatative in the lower house of the tXelttDckV Legislature from Washing i theDeocrailcmary HIafaltyiJtivelathe Lower House of the Ken- tacky Eefulature from Washington cowrty subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August pri mary iel t The Utit War News DARDANELLES J i The British Admiralty asserts that the Allies have lepulsed the attacKs of the Turks every where OQ the GalipoH Peninsula in Acting enormous losses uponI Ib mand that the British are now advabciog into the interior- othe peninsula The Turks onI the contrary say that the ad j vancehear Avibnrnu was stop ftped and the British driven with heavy Two losses British back lothecoastI Cruiser and the Scottish Queen Shave been sunk by German Bubmarines off Aberdeen Scot- S1ant Concerning the To roads 0 61 the Germans into the Baltic provinces of Russia nothing has come through to show that the Germans aye not continuing their advance through this rich ngEdItol The Turks are declared by Petrrgrad 10 Imve ben com pletely defeated by theRusaians in the Caucasus leaving more than 2500 dead on the field with their survivors fleeing befoie the Muscovites 1 ENGLAND The of the war t Sf Ei gland is S 10 600000 each duy curding to the statement made by Chan cellor of the Exchequer Lloyd George in his speech presenting the new budget to the House of 1 Commons yesterday His tigj Surea estimate the cost of the war if it Jastsavear at 5000000000 and shows that the national debt of England has doubled al ready 5z CHINA Trcppr are being mashU al- Jekmgby China in anticipatio- nS9 of atucn that is expected JaKWill ake following the L ultiautup to be delivered within ibcfiext Jettfdars China does jiot plan any resistance except at tjU capital itself I tli 0 I The Ladit of the Mac abEes will Jaavtam lee cream supper ad Ji WIlllsbirg Ihtr1rday night May iii Mi lytrjWiy invited I IJw fJ4r iil OB 1 Rd Egts i4PisiN a 50 cents Phono zix t P I BOTH ORATQJ55 AND WRITERS English New4iperComments on Dual Qualltle of Those Whq Have 1BeenAn enticing subject for discussions the writer as orator It of course undeniable that the mental processes belonging to to two orders of expression are wholly dltrerentI Jut says a correspondent of the Man chester Guardian I should challenge very strongly the contention that theJgood writer la seldom a good speaker Putting aside Burke Gladstone fBrightsrly be put into classes I submit thatcc tile number of modern writers who kayo been fine speakers is very large Canning and Disraeli could write andc speak equally welL Macaulay alIthough as you remark he memorized ills speeches was among the greati parliamentary orators e the reform era The memorizing by the w yIwas not his fault He could n thel12I jjthatthe extraordinary feat of writing out for publication in his last years when he was too ill for original work the orations which he had spoken ten orc twenty years earlier ColeridgeT his admirers thought was a marvelous speaker Plckenaf was almost without a rival ate dln nero Public speaking was a torment to Buskin as to Carlyle but those whoj heard him never forgot the expert ence Matthew Arnold was a poor speaker Thackeray on the platform was pitifuL But let me suggest a Jisthor Mr Balfour when he likes can write like an angel and there areI few more deadly debatersJLord Morley will live asa writer but he has made great speeches Lord Curzon writes exactly as he speakhI and with about equal facility andI force In their entirely different ways Lord Haldane and Mr Birrell enJorI the dual faculty They consider Mr Chesterton and Bernard Shaw lu erI tain respects the greatest master ot pubUc speech as of written English alive today And not to extend the list there is W B Yeats in whom are combined poetic genius a fine command of prose and a gift of speech which at its best Is perfect Uncle Sams Name Like many other popular customs the general acceptance of the name Uncle Sam is traceable to a small in cldent The occurrence is just 100 years old and is associated with Troy N Y where after the warof 1812 Elbert Anderson an army contractor purchased a quantity or provisions One of the official provision inspectors j was Samuel Wilson who because of ii his popularity wasr generally referred to as Uncle Sam Wilson j The boxes of provisions wee stamped E A U S the first two bpI lug the InUJals of Elbert Anderson and the last two the usual abbrevla lion for United States When one ofjtho men engaged in the wcrk of trans ferring the boxes was asked one day what the letters stood for he replIcttj Jokingly that they stood for Elbert Anderson and Uncle Sam meaning Wilson The remark caught on and after being communicated from point to point in army circles spread over the countryS IRoom for Two a the German vasion t of England was going on a militiaman stationed In Carrtekfergus t was heard to remark that immediately tie enemy landed In England he wouldI certainly bolt taking a good stock of provisions and hide in a convenient t cave he knew ofIThe colonel hearing of his unpatrtt otto resolve called him out next day on parade and lectnrefl him severely on his cowardice Youre a disgrace to the regiment and the ServIceatVarge he criedc Fancy you threatening to run awayI but Id be after you In quick time my man never fear Sure ad youd be welcome your honor but bring yer own praties an things wont yerj colone17LondonI TIt BIts BAD PLACE FOR A CRIMINAL Governor Stone Discovers One Inmate of Penitentiary Who Is Willing to Admit GuiltjSenator Stone while In the execu tive office of Missouri one day visited the state penitentiary atJeffHsonJ After his fashion he went ampng the prisoners and talked to them freely seeking to find out the causes and conditions of the crimes that senlJ them there During a whole day Gov manIsent him there or that a prejudiced Jury had returned an unjust verdict and that he was and always had been an honest man Finally about sunset the governor found a single man who on being terrogated promptly declared stole a horse because I wanted II to Kansas and I was cAught and convicted and have nothing to say about the verdict 4 Well said Senator Stone I will see about your discharge tomorrow t cannot willingly consent to Jet a confessed criminal like you are remain In this penitentiary where you may corrupt the morals of so many hon eat menII didnt realize until this dancing craze swept over the country and oc togenarlans began to hop about on ballroom floors that rheumatism and the gout are blessing in disguise What do you mean Those two complaints have pre Tented a great many old ladies and gentlemen from making themselves rldlouloua by trying to dance tho tango and the latest trots Disgraced I havent seen Hammandhaw for ft wjEek No he hasnt been out of th house since his accident Was he seriously InSured No but he feels the disgrace deeply MDIegraceSYes after llMng in the heart of the city all his life he went to the ccmati7 one day last week and was v Tomato abtage caulifiaiver sweet peppers celery and swt et potato plains grown from Bur pees seeds Will Johufon r = EiSHOW COUNTRYlIr INFANCY 11ms of Patriotic Order Depict Scenes of Interest to the Young stera v A photo play depicting the atrlrIetween the early colonists olu1lonthe famqus Revolutionary leader Francis Marion will be presented in notion picture theaters This drama mtitled Francis Marlon the Swamp Oox Is in three parts and presents e citing battle scenes between the olonlals and the British soldiers as well as handtohand conflicts en aged in by the settlers and the In Hans In these scenes hundreds of nen participate A secret love affair between The lero and the daughter of a settler vhlch has its Inception when the for nor rescues the girl from the Indians a interwoven in this story culminat ing happily after tho surrender of 2ornwallls The opening scene of the play jhows Cherokee Indians attack the obln of Jacques Vldeau setting the cabin on fire and killing all the occu pants as they flee from the flames ave the daughter Mary whbm they make a prisoner Francis Marlon at the head of a band of settlers defeats ind routs the savages rescuing Mary nd placing the orphaned girl In the ctare of his sister Marlon fails In love with Mary but because Indications poldt to a romance between her and Gabriel lila nephew Marion conceals tils afTecUonIWhen war is declared between thl colonies and Great Britain Francis Marion organizes a body of troops and offers the services jf his regiment to len Gates but that officer declines to enlist them They adopt the first American flag therattlesnakc design with the inscription underneath Dont Tread on Me Marion and his men create terror In the British lines by appearing and attacking when and where they are least expected and do Ing much damage Lord Cormvallls who has become worried because of the American com- mandersi activity sends Col1 Tarle tton known as The Butcher to cap- turet The Swamp Fox but the latter to warned the red coats approach anfl escapes with his men Tarleton finding his quarry gone raids the home of Marlons sister driving tho Inmates from th house with tho ex ception of Mary The British officer then occupy the house Marlons men attack the British tamp and set fire to Marions hjmse with burning arrows driving out the redcoat officers and defeating the Eng lish force Mary is rescued from tho blaze and learns that Gabriel was tilled In the fray Twomonths later after the sur render of Cornwallis Marion returns to his home vBellevng that Mary watt in love with his nephew he of ten her his sympathy for her bereave neat but to his surprise Mary em braces him and knowing that he isS top diffident to propose she pops the question herself For a moment Marlon Is bewildered but he soon re covers from the happy shock and takes her In his arms t eakiWhale s So insistent is the demand of tht rapanese people for whale meat that here Is great danger of a scarcity of whales in that part of tho Pacific near the Flowery Kingdom So obvious is this state of affairs hat the Japanese government permlto WhalOIlUnUng The Japanese greatly prefer whale Iteak to beefsteak the best cuts of the former selling there for 12 cents s pound It Is said to be very much coarseiythan beefsteak and to have somewhat the same taste as venison The methods of preparing It resem ble those used for beefsteak the fa vorite methods being brolfing frying md baking The tall of the whale Is considered esp clal1y delicious by our almond eyed brethren Emersons Idea of Dream Emersons claim that even In the dreams of the night wo are carrie forward accords with all that science or philosophy can unfold touching tha onward march of being It is true that it is for the active mlpd that he bo speaks this gain and It Is in the re freshing ministry of sleep to mans mind and body that its purpose in hUe man life Is commonly found To nurso and refresh him for further use of ha powers is tho meaning of sleeps mission in general acceptation and car ned to fulfillment little more could asked of it Nothing surely it It could enfold that sleep of death In Its redeeming logic For truly If after lifes fitful fever man sleeps well It must be as Browning so clearly die cerns that he sleeps tp wake to tho grander use of his powers in tim llfo pioro large Nor should ho fear to find himself of just such stuff as his dreams were made of How He Cotld Find Out Henry Irving In his early days once played a part which in the firt act called for a dark stage In thit darkness he fought wlthtin old carl threw him heavily and jhon he did not rlso after tho loud thud of hla tall Irving would cry out Great heavens What have doneIOne night he played tho part in ai small English town A stCgq band was very much impressed with tho play and to him scenes quickly came real So that when Irving reached tho climax felled the old coil to tho ground and spoke tho lInoi Great heavens What have I done he was startled to hear tho stage haad say in a loud voice J ailookai Thoughts Not Up to Her Looks There Has one young woman in the box party at the theater who took no part in the noisy clatter and giggle With her gaze fixed upon tho stage she watched the progress of the play indifferent to the gayety around her except that her delicate aristocratic finely chiseled features bore a look or weariness and a scornful smile curled her lips At last however she turned her head slowly and looked at tlWpther members of the party Then she spoke to the elderly ma tron sifting by her side That thick en jyiJrthe blue kimono she said thinks she Is the who1q retard a1 Vr luf lIlunb S IN BELGIUM How the Gigantic Work of Relieving a Starving Nation Is Being Conducted i ITbe soup kitchen organized in Bru the American commission for relief is now pndoubtedly the largest In the world pearly fifty thousand people entirely destitute wait in ti bread Hnaa every day and over s thousand gallons of soup and four thousand kilograms of bread are daily distributed to them Unlike the bread linos I have seen n America feays a ftport from one the representatives irfBrussels the ire all people of one nationality and with a common and undeserved nirfortune They are of all cruses ut we know none of them save by number because no matter what thlr tatlon or the extent of their miRror une they still have lamour propre nd many of them if they were com veIled to write their names on coupons vhen they get the soup would rather starve than take it None of them think that they will always have to be ntho bread lines and every one of them feels that when It Is all over they will want to forget that they have been destitute The hoop for those pitiful flotsa end jetsam of war is all prepared InternaIGaudIgaged in this work Among them a formnr chefs of some of the leading hotrla of Brussels who give direction to the kind and quality of the squp its ingredients and their roportlons Under them are those who clean the egetabIO potatoes carrots beans etcand prepire the meat This en tiro staff Is composed of except the diets who receive at the most half a dollar a day From three oclock In the morning when the cooking of the first 5000 gi Ions of soup is started the scene the circusllko storehouse of the ex press company Is one of tremernloi- tactivity with the moving figures t 015ablazedrons all dimly eeen through the at mg clouds of pungent steam rising from the boiling soup When the soup Is cooked It Is sent under the seals of the commission and under the protection of the American 1secanteenBThese canteens were formerly schools dance halls Turkish baths etc Dur- Ing the morning wherever one goes women and children may bo sees com- Ing and going with pitchers of steam ing soup and their rations of bread u der their arms GETTING INTO THE UUuprilii Exodus From Cities Is Powerful Rea son for Malng the Suburban Towns More Attractive Ibis Is the day cZtho ksuburb mor and more are the people of moderate means movlhg oUt of town It used to bo that only the wealthy could en joy green trees grass and flowers row all this is changed because of the Improvement In car service Thirty years ago the mon of means ttook the train to his suburban station was not there and driven to his horn Now even those living on su al1lni comes may enjoy the quiet the sweet air the wholesome environment of the near country life without its tonim expenses and drawbacks The ole tric cars linking all large cities wt a perfect circle o outlying setti inents have made this possible Ev the workingman has been thought during the last decade and many com fortable houses within reach of his pocketbook can be found There a no longer tho old obstacles of no stores no churches no schools The ind all the other advantages of ci life have followed the car lines Fields woods and streams are the play rounds God meant for the children fnira TAo city U u Mournful Industry One French Industry that has grown atapacoIs the making of those funeral wreaths with which the cemeteries In EYant are always do primly decorated Many siioldlors grave Is in rkoif today cnly by a cross and a cheap little tricolor waving gloriously in the transient ErIni ridabrrons those who may bring their lost ones nearer homo to rest for the con utiontl mourning wreaths Il shop windows are filled with theso blngs and with promises that orders will bo Instantly fulfilled at Uu k hops oiorkoi r la employed for alt those claboratO It twisted designs of flowers and foli age are made of wire strong with the tiniest of beads and enormous Quan tities must bo used for every wreaJ The designs do not seem to bavo varied The favorite ts still the wreat1JI of heartsease worked out in melan iboly livid shades of purple blue and TynvM itt f vrirdu In running rfjpt u Ii ss ilo dsl iroilort npur la Patrio fHISi FAVORITE BlVLE- tiio will you have xrar eg cooked r asktnl the waiter fakeany dilTercnce in the cost em iriquind the cautious cu ISI tomer with the brimless hat and the roggwl beard No Then co k them on the top of al slice of linnit said the custBmer t greatly relieved TitBits ANYTHING TO PLEASE No II do not care to meet ioi guests Those English are so bold Then come and try oUr litl ScotchT PERHAPS Ii1 Sir I came down frim a long lit of ancestors Indeed Were many of them hangingon it i A Frost Woodhall C4987 Is the line busy dearle said Mr JUtlders in a tone of VQlce he thought Irresistible to all fe malesSNope the lino alnt busy answered the operator but I am so dont talk like a fathead during busi ness hours Having paused long enough to ad minister this weildeservod rebuke she connected Mr Gadlera WIIth troJkflpld C8iH 1 rTiiTFAVORED THE CONCISE FORM Neat Rebuke AdmlnlsUred by Em peror Francis Joseph to Devotee- of ReTd TapeI ooThe emperor of AustriaHungary Is slavish admirer of redtape methods He loves the fluent direct man tbolieIxbest of terms with tile bluff hottest generals of hU army The following Is an Instance of how he upheld one of them In his controversy with the bu reaucracy ofTho officer was Galgotzy5 a taciturn lieold soldier whom the whole jfarmy knew and admired After the o cupatlon BosniaHerzegovina Gal gotzy was sent to build a military road Funds were short and the sum avail able for the purpose seemed hqpelessly Insufficient Br dint of hard work and Ingenuity Galgotzy sueceded nevertheless in performing his task and thereupon re ported Road built 25000 florins re oelved 25000 florins spent remains aothlng Galgotzy Dissatisfied with s summary an ao cot1t the audit officials applied for a detailed statement of expenditure GaV gotzy Ignored the appllcatlpn which inwas presently renewed In peremptory Inrorm Impatient of red tape ho re plied Road built 25000 florins ie celved 26000 florins spent remains nothing Whoever doubts It Is an ass 10Shdcked by such Impropriety a re taplstln hlof submitted the dIaccount to Francis Josephitblandly Inquired Do you then doul It FATE OF THEFOURFLUSHER sVOJng Man Was Mistaken In Think- Ing Girl Had Fallen for the Automobile iLlShe thoIolder trees with closed lips drink hiofsunliSj hat with his right hand white ad dressed her with the left but do ydu outotis a match That Is my automobile standing there and I find myself with out a match to light the lamp It was obviously but a ruse to en pane her in conversation but he was rather a nlcelooTjlng young man with a threedollar knitted necktie and all and she smiled as she told him how sorry she was about hav- Ing no thatch That all fall for the automobile no muttered to himself Ono soonnho was sitting Beside her chatting gayly about the Latin Qmrter Shakespeares latest play the prey absorbingIito darken up ighuyrto the automobile to which he had jointed as his hopped In and was lost in a cloud of dust leaving him to re flection the just deserts which soon a or later ttust envelop all fourflmhers GREAT HEAT VALUE OF RESIN oGood Reason Why It Was Fed to the Furnaces of the Old Mississippi Steamboats stconm1Co ofcargo thenworcbroachcd to feed the fires Resins add hcpt value not only to the wood that contains them but also reto the coal Being more ristant wooset1cells and other tissues of the plant and trees from which the poets oij bogs and cooleruung swamps art parattides are generally hit to be buried in the peat deposits even when most of the surrounding wood had rotted array and disappeared A careful examination of most brown lignites nds b1itu inDus coal will gcner ally reveal lumps of resin that nr visible to tho naked eye The M3 mined in some localities contain abundant large lumps of resin soot Ileas large as walnuts In places thi glistening amborfike resin forms large part of tho coal Beautiful san pies of this tort are found in some c jthe coal beds in the IPhilippine i lands Tire Explanation Internal evidence labels as made Germany the following story lblThe culprit was brought before the schoolmaster by one of tho lesser teachers It seems to me said the schoolmaster holding ills cano behind hiS back and looking down grimly upon himhitIlIrcmtome itsI1JnKt t repiti 4S1rOler of collar But then what can you expect Your of8ce sir nfl tie boys played soldit l during tho Christmas holidays at younrIHoly Catsl tA lawsuit In New Vork over a 30 000 tcquest to a London Cats bouse has brought out testimony that two elderly spinsters of London one on a bicycle and the other on a tricycle Eksarcapital and collected stray cats Iff 15 years So many cats were captured that it vhfrIchlorortorm butret a big city and perhaps he Etory may bet fUe Work of Famous Surgeon Tho French military authorities have decided to send to the Russian hospital at Bordeaux all Lire wounded suffering from pmudarthrolsta or loss of bone In that hospital they will bo treated by the method 5f Doctor Voro n oz who has discovered procedure by which the bones of other taco Or mono keys can be transferred to tho pa tients The first operation that of transplanting a monkeys bone to the arm of a wojinded French soldier has been carried out with complete sue cess J L r tt u f t lt ofty In the matter of Joe K Cheatham Bankrupt BJ virtue of an order of sale of the District Court of the United States f rthe1oo Wes District of Kentucky in the matter Joe K Cheatham Bankrupt I will on eS SI4TURD14Y i 1g5S5 Proceed to offer for sale on the premises of Joe K qheiitham about one and o ie half miles from Springfield in Washington county Ky at two oclock pm tothighest and best bidder at public auction upon a CI edit of one apd iwa years tpu following described property v dIrNo tone in Mrs Wim lot two thence with her line N 52 W 145 pules and 16 links to a stone corner t said Wimsatts thence with another of her line S 79 W87 poles and 2 links to a stone cori ner to same Then N 25 W 30 810 pples to a stone corner of the Knob Lick Pike then along the center of said pike as follows S W 38 410 poles S 3J W 29 B10 poles to a point in center of snid road opposite a ritohe corner to the homestead land off toI Kirk Cheatham then with line of said homestead S Hi E 91 poles to a stone ntar a small house than S 581 poles to a stont in a wire fence 25 feet north of a Hickory tree also in the said fence The purchasers will be required to payableto Trustee purchase price with Septembera Judgment Bidders be prepared to comply promptly with these terms OSEH roLINITruteeCAM- PBELLS M Auctioneer MOVE TO ABOLISH FENCtS Pittsburgh Regards Idea With Favor but Has Doubt of Its PracticabilityS Baltimore comes forward with a community back yard lde jjready the subject of practical experiment In that city remarks tho Pittsburgh DIs patch It aims to abolish the usslght iy back yard and its rubbishhiding fences and to create instead a neigh borhood open space or park and play ground that would keep the chll tlrou off the streets and offer resident Instead of a little cooped up and yrac tlcally useless piece of private domain it chance to stretch themselves and en joy a freedom tr movement to be had in no other way A correspondent who directs attun Uon to the scheirio suggests that Ittt might be expanded Into a factor InI reducing the cost of living if the com munlty would devote part of the open space to growing fruit or garden trucjt t Admrablo as the idea may seem in j the abstrntjtmax be questioned whether neighborhood human nature has arrived at tthis perfection neces iary to Its It is not difficult to Imaglno a refractory resident an gered by eome neighbor spoiling the whole plan by restoring his fences It may bo doubted too whether thla could bo avoided by any binding agreement befhg secured In advance Then also there Is always tho possibility or an untidy neighbor mussing up the back yard of clothesline tights and dogs and chickens and all SPICPIneighborhood ex Istence GOOD IN GARDEN MOVEMENT City of Duluth Has That It Is of Value emonstratedI Different Ways DuluthlucJtjb obtained three va cant lots In different parts of the city and put a m uln charge of the demonjtratlon160n puzleddrop in their work and otherwise stimulated the garden movement ts thecity From an Importer of garden prod duct8 Duluth became at lleast a pro durrr of Its c n rupplles Duluth MntorlamT Is developing agricultural lv but the prnrdcni movement In the Ignlftcand e ownership of many fiomes It Ins drawn children from tho troet ail made them gar greatji through contentment and more health uJ i rrm ndlnirs ssd It has made Du uih nclty df gartlrrs benutlfiil to be hold Of greater value to Duluth Is tho moral effect on the city The rising generation Is ono of gardeners Factory workers and pfflco employes not only ralso their own vegetables but they bavo developed their bodies by the exorcise The demanc for saloons gamblfng houses arid similar resorts dying out An Impossibility I want a good watch one that will last mo forever Cant give you cno like that sir All my watchtte hzve their hnurs num bored AtLat Ponson dreamed iJl his life of a lit tie place in tire country Did he ever get it Y s He was burled in a country grave yard SIJlcusWhQn IS tht prber time to coagratulate a bride and groom CynicusAfterthey have lived gether for at least a year and are sun happyPhlladelphla itcprd4 bS stone is also J8id of A pest iii this fence line to which across fence is attched thence W 42j poles to the center ttf the Knob Lickpike corner to said homestead said stone point is op posite a stone near a red oak bush then along and with the center lineT f said pike S 19 12 E 35 15 pples to a point in center of said road opposite a stone corner to Ipt two NS4 Eo 152 25 poles to the beginning containing 82 acres Tract No 2 Beginning at a stoneto TH Edelen in Mrs Wimsatts ice thence with Mrs Wimsatts line as afore said N 2512 W poles and 19 linksrlo a Stone in the said Wimsatt line corner to lot one thence with a line of said lot one of this Jlllal1 n lt JIooiiii9rI74eJ1o5 il you its Anow lUtti ot CacCol fjiVey S 84 W 1C2 2Spoles I1 fpoint in the center of the Knob Jtci pike corner tp said loUonef thdfcce with thecenter of the said pike Sr 19 12 57 poles and 9 hnksto a point inlhe center of said pike opposite a thenceS ne lr2E 4325 poles to a point iiii center of said pike corner to R H Edelen thence with his lineN 85 12E poles to a stone corner to saidEdelen thence with his line N 12 E 34 poles toIpoles toa stone corner to same thence with line of same N 5E 35 poles and beginningcontajnjngE8Iacred and 4 poles j seperatelyway to realizt most money execute bonds the for the will I 1 Newspaper community 4 J1tS l keenlyVU Thirst quenching IndeJClI The national beverage thdy ura Demaadthegenthc by full name NicJnuEJoj eoeosngs tnbsttiUo t 11 THE CP cOLA COMPANY 5Atliat4CaS F uu f ROYALV Baking Powder- SavesHealth and o 0 SavesMoney aj nd MakEBetter F 6rr6 NewsLeader and Louisville Times 450 I 74ll R C BROWN AGENT FOR 4itI cky Grflwer tasurance Co OF LEXINGTON KY t jlusures Against Fire Lightning WInd Facmjraaad Grow rirlsks specialty KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE tiatesReasonable Telephone 155R SPRINGFIELD ICY j 11I J G HUCI t Phyiiciaa and Surgeon k f 8toOamOfflceto p m Over HaydonAs Drug Store DR W F TRU rY DENTISTOffice over Havdon Barber t Cental work at reasonable prjces 11work guaranteed J Dr R J HAMILTON SPRIKQFIELD KY PhIJTiceon Main Cross Street NOffice l DR M W HYATT J Office over Springfield State Dank Office hours 1080 a m tol2w4to5 pm i 1WF GRIGBY- ATTORNEYAN LAW omce ont Peoples Bank t BPRINOFIELl ICY SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing and germicidal ot all anUsepUca Is a n ZBtt A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water needed J As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh Inflammation orII ulceratlon of nose throat and caused by feminine Ills it has uo equaV For ten years the Lydia K Pihkham Medicine Co has recommended Paxtine In their private correspondence with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say It Is worth Its weight m gold AtSdruggists LOc largo box or by malL The paxton Toilet Ckt Boston Mass t f Strawberry Plantst J PUIT AND SHADE TREES I andour flrt offering roC the re marUable l Mammonth Pearl Potatos Free Cata1ogs No Agents l r H F Hille meyer Sons lS11 Lexington Ky 1915 FATHER WASJJNE EXCEPTION Characteristic StorYMOf Makeup of English MIlltantPlM lo Blanc Was Easy on Everything Mrs Pethlck Lawrence the noted English suffragette said theother day f to a New York reporter Your Idea pf militants is that KO are vixens tartars manhatera But as a matter of fact we have In our ranks some of the most elegant v and fascinating women in London so clety No the militant Is not like Mrs 10Dlanc who said to her daughter one day 11 am certainly easy on shoesI Look at this pair of elastic sides Ive worn them three years and theyre still ns good as new Im easy on clothes too Theres my tweedJust as fresh as the day L bought it seven years ago And hats gloves stock logsIn fact Im easy on every thing a Except father ehl said the daughter without looking up from her bookSt Louis GlobeDemo craL 1Tho Opportunity Gabriel was just about to blow his trumpet Hey hold on there shouted s newly arisen spirit Walt till I got tho movie men on the job Thus we see the continued need of Itj UI say Pat why dont you go on a strike for more wages asked the Inquisitive man of an Irish laborer Faith replied the son of Erin an ef iveir 01 go on a strolkj twilli be whin Olm out ave n job an hove nothjn Use ter doJJ Of CourseIVombat complains that people dont keep the money In circulation I dont sea how he can substan tiate that claim Doesnt every man Iii soon as he can raise sufficient money put It into an automobile ySome System f01systemisnt1J1 I should say so He even carries the ashes out of his cellar three times n week Instead of letting them accu mulate f Wfl Ting Fangas vcnavr Referring to the flood of book cir culars that his appearance as an J author has brought upon him Wu Ting Fang writes to his publishers These books are not Interesting to ma first because I have no time to- yi read books of a general nature soc ond because I am chiefly interested 4In theosophical spiritual and morally uplifting works I do not care lot TTe1A because they arc fiction r WW 4 Iif II TOWN r frJ Local Happenings oMnteres The Freshest and Latest l AHAbout Yourself Friends 111 and Acquaintances gMM M 0 Seed corn at Edeler Barber fj A Burns Springfied has for sale a No 1 good jersey cow Let us demonstrate the No Work Ice dream Freezer to you r f raaberfFJrs ale S C R 1 Cockerels 1beach 7 V Mrs J I Martin May Ridd Springfield r 1 PlymootbtRo Burns half the oil of any ether stove our famous Bluebelle Let us prove it to you EDELEN BARBER I1h Washington Go Produce Co iSvil nay Scents per pound for rooster on Thursday Fiday land Saturday A saving of 15 per cent to 40 per cent on all mens ready to wear EH Campbell Bro For Rent Store room on Main slreeu best location in town Also a 7ro m flit Apply to L A Burns The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a strawberry supper on May 27thIeIe Now is the time to sell your roosters when they are high Washington Co Produce Co will pay 8 cents for them Thurs i day Friday and Satu1 hyIFor Sale Sragle Ccmb White Leghorn Eggs 75 cents for set ting of 15 Aleo Mammoth Bronze Turkey Ej s350 for 12II Mrs Reed Spalding- Rev sf0 R Cro ve will discu at the Methodist church next Sunday at the morning hour theI econd Coming of Christ Heir hfm Usual night services Bring your roosters to tthe- o the Washington Co Produce Co and get 8 cents for theO They want a cur load ThJrd t Friday and Satruy- For t the next 30 days we publiclean a and oxfords at and be low cost E H Campbell Bro Monday was the regular term of the Spriqgfied Police Court There wore several cases on the doclet but nothing iin which there was a contest Dont forget the sale of the Undsof J K Cheatham on May 15th on tbk prmises This is a tine prortunky for some one 01 get a farm that will increase in t newtturnuiket on the old dirt road See rid ini another column Owing to a delay on the part of some of our peoplo in getting their ceaning up finished last dpcidedIwork of inspctioc but wish toj announce that they expect tIcover the entire territory on Thursday afternoon Cf this week On the second Sunday in tayi May 6th u Childrens Day will be celebrated at Pleasant Groin jchurch There will be recitations and hymns of interett as weil as special decorations to s nt tun the occasion Tnese exorcses will begin at 730 p m In Order to allow all friend of the Grove and its Sunday School to attend easily All are invited At these exercises several prizes will be offered promctfons scholars to new clasaesm de a OflII new teicheis announced t Groupe four of the lKentucky Bankers Association cimpised- of II 70 Bal ksin the 13 Couniicr off ihe congressional district vil have tbVir aunu 1 meeting in Springfield Ky Wednesday May 19 1915 Among the proraenl speakers that will ad dress the- Convention will oe Hon Win McMartin Chairm n of the Board of D rectors Oi he Federal ResurveBank St Louis MoJ W StoP t President u- flL r xinrOti City National Buik Lexington Ky p D Ormiuy Cihter National Ban it of Ken tuckr Louisville Program 1Vii ba published next week At the request of a mi robe cf citizens M TOPICS ASTONISHING How good teeth will changes person Make old look ydurtg young look more attractive The following prices are from May 6 to May 20 only Silver Filling Cleaning 50 PorcelainFillingup 150 Solid Gold Crown 500- LBridge Work 500 1Plate Work 800- A good set of teeth has a place in business It is an asset to the young woman or man seeking a position A pleasing smiling fact Is in itself compelling force No marter how bad a state of neglect the mouth and teeth are in such as bleeding gums gumboils loote teeth etc They can be brought to highest standard of per fection I adopted at once any scientific appliancesfor saving and replacing teeth By our careful gentle and sympathetic manipulation climates un necessary pain in the most severe tases and rio pain whatever In ordinary operation An Invitation I want to cordially invite evary reader of this to come to my office at once Therenoii charge for consultation examination or advice while this important matter is onyour mind WI Vauglill StallardD D S Over Mrs Williams Millinery Store Phone 220 All 6LJtRAN1ICD Superintendent of Washington coiiiiy has called a meeting of inte est d to meet rt the 1VUIJel Iandmeeting iscaned rfor the purpose of ascertaining the sense of those interested as to who1 her or not this done and it wouidbe well for all interestedon either side to be in attendance IFor the next 30 days we willsell the Famous Tiger Brand mark shirt regular 50cents value for 40 cents 2 for 75cents E H Campbell Bro We want r car load roosters and wll pay 8 cents per pound for them Thusduyl Friday ad- S turday VasliUigton County Produce Co DwellinurnsI theIdveliingon ihe Willisburg road caught fire and when discovered theI flames had gained such headway that it was found impossible toi save much of the contents The house had been erected but a few years andMr Hall and famii ly had made bf it one of the most attractive places in the county RoadWork iBotll roidoriws are progress ing nicely with work in jstctions Mr William McDyera State Road Engineer was in thi County Monday andTuPsday for the purpose of inspcting the r ads of the counjy and making surveys of proposed bridgs lie bridge at the Bn Havtlun Ford was viewed and surveyedI as was aso the tbridges Sapping ton Ford anil Pinkston Ford he also went river the Bardstown road on which ihe courtly hasl AidiAccordirg of tire St te Djpanment it will be necessary W have a survey madn of the road wliich wok will hH taken up in a short time so ihat work may begin as soonI as pissihfe With the aiddI- IIthe State it is hoped to mali great improvement in all hiter county si at roads crWar Now On Jn This Country rrTne war has at last invaded Our own countv and the march sisi even toward this as w41l as otlu r countiRs of ih sta e hw jeVf ntLhwlrpr bllodaid iron winch is devastating Europe but a war lor life and tor de th a war of dyancemtint and noi retrogression The Ketnucky Illieracy commission which has been organizing Moonlight schools during tha past year has appointed local cooimissions for the various counties of th state The commission for Vashingtjn County is as follows Ella D Shftunty Superintendent Prof Geo W Colvin Rev Puwell Tucker W F Giigsb and Marshal Duncan The organization of Moonlight J Jin various part of thee stae baS accomplished much good and i- ti Is the hop that by efforls mad therein to blot Jlfiteracy from Kentucky Commencement Exercises t tThe t ninetysecond commence ment exercises at Centce College j J will begin on Sunday June 6th when the baccalaureate sermon wiil be preached by the Rfv J M Van d rMeu h n DD pastor of the Second Presbyterian iI Church at Louisville KytThe Commenoenunt aCdress will be made by Emeritus Jas K presidentI D L L Dof the State University en Thursday r June 10th Dr Patterson iSj widely known as a vigorous t andLIcqiuryt StatejIUniversitpro The Springfield Tobacco market closed during thA past week however as there is yet to come some tohacro out some of the buyers are still here and in ad dition the local buyers are still ready 10 buy tobacco and give worth so that nobody is left1its in tho cold About 7COOOOO pounds of the weed was disposed of during this season The three year old child of Pete Hilton elid near Broker and funeral services were Curl ducted at Rockbridge yesterday May Day Services 1SUdn3 being first Sunday of May the regular May devotions were held at St Rose A solemn High Mass was celebrated the forenoon at 730 oclock and at three in the afternoon the eer olsen consisted of benediction rosary procession and sermon by Rev J S Catnu who is recognized as being oue Of the best orators in the Dominican order The procession of the children with 15 banners iach representing some important event of the life pf Christ or his mother Following the procession were four little girls to wit Louise Osbourn itfary Caiharine Rub urrson Mary imith and Aim MclntiC tearing a Crows of llOAera they wer followed y MUlllOlDelYII Manuel Moraja Dies iMr Manuel Moraja died at his home near town last Mondav night alter an illness of several years of cancer of the stomach Funeral services and burial were conducted at St Rose yesterday at high requiem mass and burial was in the cemetery there Mr Morwja was a native o La Ygle ue La Dal C d Spain and was sixty yrars of age He 22Iyears ago and came to this cant try 22 years ago and came to whotprior to her marriage was Miss Comi11eohere hey took their abode with Mrs MoraJHs uncle Mario Al tention and Mr Moraja engagtd in farming and although tiaiiIi capped by the fact i iat ho vas unfamiliar with the English lan guage Jet he wade a success in his business transactions and by his thrift and good managenent succeeded in accumulating a considerable fortune He was a successful stock anJl improving his land was well liked ball who line v him and made nn excel6t citizen in tIe country of his adoption He ii survived by hi wife and the following chi dren Stantialau Agutsrand Louise ofIthat last year suit complete you can buy them at a saying of 50 cents to 150 on the pair E H Campdell Bro Notice To Creditors All persons haying claims against the estate of C EL Gib SHI decased are hereby noti ti d to present same to the un dersigned proporly proven on or before the Of h day of June totsaid estate are requested to call immediatelYJy ROB S WARNER PERSONAL Miss Jennie Leach man haste turnedfrom a visit to friends at Indianapolis 1 Mrs C F Bosley spent a few days in Louisville this week MaGweeleIMrs C P Goode of Lebanon was lix r Saturday on businnss- IiMr and Mrs Daisy of Loui mile are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs C WNoe NyvW M Hagan asio Luis ville Tuesday hasrMr John C Duffy candidate for the Democratic nomination for Attoney General was in handsjWith Suger candidate forihe Demo cratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals Mss Julia Goo lin of Lebanon visited fiieuds here last wtek isitngherhan at Lotus Mr F W Gray of Nelson County was here Monday on business JeCttlastnightCori f ihe E ectric Light Plant at thu place Marry In Jeffersonville Mijs Mabel Eeswiak and Mr Grover Cleveland Harmon were married m Jeffersonville tjunnay night at 7 oclock by Magistrate Uensor R Veasey The iwere accompanied to Jeffersonville from Louisville by Mr Cransu n Bosley of this city Miss Bes wick and her father Capt John beawick went to Louisville Sunday where Miss Berwick was to visit relatives Messrs Harmon and Barley had tane to the citv on JhrpnVl o tri an after Cnt wiec jpff on too Greunshurg UMiti for Leoanon they met Miss TJaawick by ap pointment ami w iitto Jefferson ville Mr and Mrs Harmon re tu in d to Lbantn Monday nght 1riQliC brdiig wiih hisirto ier Mrs Tayjor Harmon The miTrirt e was a sniiir SA even to their most huimtte friends Mrs Harmon Is an at tractive and popular young lady cud has been attending school in tnis city Mr Uarnion is a uccesful young mx reliant They hive the best whiles of hosts of friends for a long happy and successful married life Marion Falcon Public Sale I will on- Saturday Mar 15 1315t at 200 oclock pm sell al public auction to the high est bidder the houserold nil kitchen rurnit re oW B Wull men consisting of pruget and rug 1 dining table an J 6 chaIrs 1 bed set spring mattress 1 childs be1 refrigerator Vocktug chai cook ntr stove coal 011 suw heating stove aud numerous other articles TERMS CASH i T E HARDESTY Agt History of Precious Stones The history of the employment of diamonds and other precious stones barks back to tho days oMhe gods and goddesses whoso worshiped were ornamented with them East dia was ages ago the great source- S of supply and many of tho rarest in existence wero stolen from the eyc and foreheads of the ancient gods of that country the thieves often being followed to the ends of the earth and murdered to regain tho precious treasure which was Intimately associated with the most sacrecj an J mysterious of oriental rites The aciirement of diamonds especially becsio a jas sion with kings Queens nnd nobles and of tho novcau rlche and In the sacking of palaces and temples in an older day precious stones wero always regarded as tho richest of the loot Growing More Lavender Owing to the continuous rise In tht price of lavender essence the acreage devoted to the cultivation of lavender flowers in the Marseille consular din trict has increased considerably The fact that barren soils unproductive for other purposes may be successful ly utilized renders this industry par ticularly attractive to the farmers in this part of France Thin rocky soils well exposed to the sun situated at an altitude of 1312 to 3937 feet are best adapted for this purpose Suitable soils at lower altitud 1unless properly fertilized seldom glfe satin 1factory results Experience shows that flowers culUvated at altitudes of 2953 feet produce the best essence Truffles are often planted between tho rows that every foot of soil maybe gt to UN if = l I i rCAS AEJi iiThursyFridayy aDd Saturdayl May 6 7 and8 I1aWe will sell for CASH ONLY i Farffliugg lIlplements Buggies Wire I Fdllcillg Stoves Harness and Hardware jIfj 7 Manure Spreaders etc It wdlbe to your Interest to give me a call as IIwill save you money 1- eCKIMBALL I aAll I i8 ri A 4 THE NETFIRM i 1 R ShuUz S Coi i tx 1I 2 OFFICE BARBER PETTUS fII V v iiA Ii Shultz has satisfied the people of Washington and adjouting f counties for 30 yekis WHY NOT YOU We will be gladto fifnre f with you on large or small contracts in the Heating Plumbing or SYI GIVE US A CALL I I O tf EVOLUTION IN ART IDEAS Masters of the Brush No Longer Se lect Religious Subjects for Their Best Efforts An inquirer asks of an exchange where it is that Ruskin says I have never known a man who seemed together right and calm in faith who seriously cared about art Our cx change does not say where but aim Idply refers the inquiry to its readers Rugkin was possibly the greatest art critic that ever lived and for him to say that is quite enough to awaken tome concern in the world of art 1Docs art weaken faith It was nce thought that science did this but that impression is passing by Sci ence ip discovering worlds of mystery and is the condijvery day mystery tion of faith There is something iccper and beyond every fact that science discovers and beyond the crucible and the microscope is whew faith does its real work IIhit how about ntThe church was the influence that encouraged art We would not have had any oldmastersif it had not been for isthe church Religious theata con stituted the inspiration art in its most glorious days But these his toric fields have been quite aban doned and now girt deals mostly with cliann grace beauty love and in doing sorit seems to have cut away from the faints the martyrs and th miracles of ihe golden age of art SOONLOSELTI Hickson Whats 9 good for hQJJ overconscious feeling WicksoIGo into politics uality and Strencfll Go in before the name goes on IBTESo Brdd in Old Kentucky Look at that Ames tuggy body frame for a piece of honest burjcy building o ehe strong Ii in seat posts firmly socketed in2 it bone dry oshsHls select yellowpoplarsfcat all braced glued aadscwwcd and botcd into one unbreakable bridgelake frame Its Mr Amex vray of Building a bucgy so He can back iitwith his own personalguarantee Comb and See the Ames Personally Guaranteed Buggies Here Come and see hstyhisJ how snappy how f strong yet how light in draft You never saw a classier better builtlighter running earner riding pleasure rchicletJian the Ame pcraonallf lUuanteed oruney with or without rubber tut a yoUlike You will certainly be proud ol owning an Aroei penonwlr guaranteed burnt or IuiTer B r aMP 1IMIIIALLY UAMANTCCK j AI C 1c1IVIBALLeSPRINGFIELD KY c NATURES ESSENCE Extracted From forest Hint Natures laws are pcrfocj but disease follows if these laws are aM cbeyJ Gostrcdg tc naturs for the care to the orest there are lvstedeelt tW can fathom for you Take tbs barlfot the 7ildeheny tree the root ec MfMcci Btooe J on fape root queens root bloodroot and golden slaks a to nonalci Jo extract of them with just the right proportioa d yeW Wr t Doctor PJcrccs Golden Medical DIrTt17It took Df1 Pierce with the assistance ot two learned chemIsts at ht J9n tbcrd work experimenting to make this pure jI cerio extract mad BtomiYi s tile 5rcatet t efficiency and without the use of a particle of alcohol JustThe sort of reriiedy you seed to ash thltPsJIblood end cure that lassitude ana teem ot aerrs ssuiu Dr Pierces Qoldcn Medical Discovery bNcs tS Ma cPuoua ApPROVAL and has lold more largely Is Ite ftHMttf years than any other blood purifier and stMtMh toafo il Some time nco i tOt out cf1ieA1Lhn17 eJ o lie th rentof trouble wxtte3 MU EDA W llA ol PiIi Kini I commenced to doctor with an the dpctaw at see as wei s with other spcicIaUta on nach and dfgtitive orsast elto enygcodin factmotcf ede dl =to flrJbree liutTalo N y who replied iaiintwth IndigxtIosi and conxUptti ll IgIM w 4ss QeWea Medical DI27ftfldFI5Mnt1M5 no and Jeth3c5Ut IMt ecect4t9boj wt1bt wiq fseZd jL- l jf1 l nptiPe i i rwoL r FOLETtCA mA Cnrcs colslab rasuuisI cOUGH t 1t t t II IlLlSE jJWf JAWCf HORMAN f 4etuT BrttUy at tie westsr Ht Jisas 13 t1i lenU esgy mtii3 =n ot tt1ri idil M JMtjel tMt part of ngtznme F J Mr ea eC Walef to avoid the rule ott F tS Neteasiwais aM JetkttDrItthflY- Hsw r9fr iItC fet re Que her peelo ltWaverbg i 2 Mother And there you have in LLworde the moat striking charao 4 f thirties of both C Samcy a succession pt bleak plateaus BuIIshowing aun tJ bareness of their myriads of gran Jteirocka and the yegetatfon that ca BAct a living la the interstices ua der the acUoa of frequent sprinkles 3 aid vapor baths exhaled by the Gulfr 1tream ud blown over by the atij brgezes This la the country magine an Individual of mean size but sturdy muscular vigorous and ejming to have Inside the skull more lamszacy than the rest of the worldI TJiftts the man b ifhe traveler In Brittany Infallibly liafn the story of Marie Logoff and tIL by her countrymen it is worth the trip but we had better tell it and save time 4 v3llarle Legoff then fourteen yeaS did was the housekeeper of her fa tier a fisherman pf Lannion when ibe turbulent waves of the Britlih Eaanel crushed the old man and his bat om the re fsThe fisherman who ofi5u1 Marie Legoff and told her about h1 s 418c very 1oer gtrV he concluded what are you going to do now Then with 3tritoa brusqueness Youd better g o jjan orphan asylum Do you want me ito do anything about 1tZ The sight of Marie Legoff was a pittb fal one at first but her blood did not Jake long to reveal itself in pulses of TandaHBtedness and presently restoiih lag her tears raising her bowed hadIpTtejSjjgyes Hashing a fierce determlnoy tioa she said Thank yon Just the same John but the sea took my living and the sea shall vgtve it back to moor swallow jmaltogether And two days after shewent out to t i a rjfrith an uncle The short trips of her uncles boat 4i lid ot satisfy Marie Legoff as she longei for a time when she could on i bigger boat fight and wrestle with that sea that had taken her father I AThat time bad come with her mart nags Husband and wife having some money put It together to buy a sloop of about fifty tons burden and they went to sea doing a coasting trade r If the husband had the brvet the J wile was the acting captain and no one on board would have chanced to say a word about it People from crent ports of the coast have nUb that vision of a sloop coming port crowded With sails speeding In vsolently Amidst an anchorage full of me 44 jiIp8 and steered by a tall straight energetic woman a veritable picture of determination and daring At the very moment when nlook era breathless anticipated a crasbffpier wharf Marfoagajnst or Lego taltered a sharp order staysails and 1chordropped at the same time and the ship veering sharply came quick OSself on her caiie After years of highspirited llf v tho vSend cane One day as the sloop pur txBued by a maddened sea was feeling her way through a snowstorm and trying to enter the river of Morjair t ihe boom broke the spanking power oflhe fore and aft mainsail slackened 4S ndahe was driven helplessly agal rocksJ nsiI the ship and the shore wi isI i avjrocky reef a veritable wall ove wiich l 1Onlybfromdone quickly 3t was to swim shore fwith a llneIWho would dare to attempt the Jperilous undertaking The sailors shook their heads and muttered That Is a sure deathsseJzedthefasteDtIUt ipru to her and shoutedsWhatare you doing Marie There bSyou cant get across yetIgiven up her command She stopped him with her intrepid look and aainorrWbo told you that there aoreth a blanket of foam on the rocks Not I I only say bat I will V carry the ropel rv i wIthout listening ta further pro ttegtation she sprang overboard and s dived into the ragtag waters After ah age she gained the surface Si ngSeyes watched her She was dashed forward by a violent surge drawn t back aid buffeted by another but still Tswlmalng and struggling she nit her way dragging with her the rope 8addeny a huge wave hurled her on ith top of the reef another one osseif her to the other side toward the shore SdShe seemed then but a floating thing iwith her clothes bagged by the wind IngSnedSgatheredJwatched k act b vhe was lifeless crushed and torn tIM sharp teeth of the reef f Clean Poultry House qne days work will put the biggest w it the ordinary farm chicken houses I5 firstclass shape The work should 4bestarted early in Vie morning and hurried along so the whole job includ ini the whitewashing may be complet td on the same day The poles and t perches should be whitewashed early oul1 fa the day that they will be v thoroughly dry before dark The house jwill haveAo fee left open for a few kOurialtetke walls are coated In or der UIet the excess of dampness ea CfMn Manuring Crops SS vV A lart sumb r of crops are used1 f 1r grea rlng Among the kIa4IdiI = are sweet clover i alfaMa e wpMj and soy beans 4U THY an all tiiy efflclent and the 15eas owttwr 1Wua jM7 H flutei aftrIthe t iJII H J1arHted l1 MMWW tsrsd Mall Ja1aJ vhea IK wtoelfr 54h S7S GREITi FISHING ANb HUNTINGI Cotter Ellis Brings Home Stories of Wonderful Sport In Interior r of Alaska t IDr CJ Ellfs who has Just re rned to Buffalo from a fourmonth trip to Alaska brings back stories of that territory which will make the mouths at western New York sports In5Ia to Skagxmy or one of the south tern coast towns and thence back to Seattle Doctor Ellis wOnt over the ng interior route from Skagnay over e White Pass railroad to the head ters of the Yukon and the whole length of the river some 2560 miles thence out by way of Nome and back to Seattle by the ocean route some 3000 miles moremaking a trip from io and back of some 1JOOO miles During his Journey through Alaska he to thokase thveralbig game and fish country saidroctor recently to a representa ve ofthe Buffalo Exprpss I thought I kneW what fishing was but I didI countryIow a ly ylvirgin thtotrout of from one to three pounds un haIerl but what was the use of killing when w Itething like the way the trout rose to the cast For a time we stayed in a miners cabin 50 miles back from the Yukon with Jim Muir a nephew of John Muir On the way in a moose was killed from the wagon in which we were riding We Just missed a herd 10000 caribou There were bears alll around Doctor Ellis brought home a large umber of specimens including two perfect mastodon teeth one of which he has promised tq William T Horn aday of New York He also brought home many photographs of tho scenes along his Journey fMASONIC SIGN SAVED HIM otent Signal Used by English Engl neer on Blockade Runner Dur ing the Civil WarsA story published recently descrlb Inghow a Belgian saved himself and a number ot his countrymen from execa tion by showing a Masonic sign to the officer in charge of the German firing party recalls incident t tuheJilted to our parliamentary correspondent by the late Sir William Allan the giant engineer who sat for some yea ni parliament for GatenheadiAllan as a young man was aden turous and in the kngagede a blockade runner His steamer was in due tlite captured by a Federal gunboat off Charleston and boarded As the boarding officer camo up the side Allan went below to reduce thp steam which had been forcel u yond safety point during the yursut He was immediately followed hy tiio officer who put a pistol to Allan head and bald Youre going to blow upthe ship Oh no Im not replied Allan I am going to prevent her blowing up Youre a liar snarled the Federal and he raised hlf pistol arm again At the same moment Allan by a sudden inspiration made a Masonic s atnand he said taking Allans hand Thats all right Now you take the ship into port I And there wus no more trouble xcept that Allan was sent a rison erato a illdventuresfreedom through the Instrumentality o hfWomans Gift to Baseball Charles Bennett famous as a catcher for the noted Detroit team of 1886 887 delights In tilling the story ofI ow his wife made the first catchers breast protector It was a constant source of worry to Mrs Bennett to watch her husband acting as a target for the speedy twirlers of 30 years ago someJfrom the pitchers playing a tat hal1Aftert he shaped a pad which answered the purpose and which bore some resem to the protector of the pres ent day In a private tryout it worked well and Charles after permitting tho jball to strike him repeatedly without feeling a Jar decided to use it in pub Uc The Innovation created almost as great a sensation as Bresnahans shin guards but it made a hit with the catchers and they were quite really to follow Bennetts lead Leslies Persistence of Early Habits Prot Ernest Haeckel whose lite has ben an almost continuous series of great achievements attributes tin MyillperdeI stood Oat the window daydeamlngo- eh uprghthisactivity became a lifelong habit with me and work almost a necessity of my being If I have been able to complish my full share of Tabors this andbyanpl IStrangersAre you able to make both ends meeti- ngI should say not Its been so lo since the cost of living has met my salary that if they should come to gether now theyd meet as strangers Detroit Free Press Gossips Never Men dont gossip said the superior person No replied his wife they let tho1 women gossip The men merely cona homo to dinner and listen eagerly to any news their wives may hue pIck ed iTiIA Limit to Friendship Say Brinson youll take Smith era home wont you You Bedvhofl in no condition to get therelalbne You live Just around the corner Lean him up against his door and ring the bell Not me Youll have to find some body else Whats thelmattef with you You know Smlthers1 ttf t Know anmnern Auu ycu t your life I know his wlffl I y RIGID HONESTY IN ENGLANDP According to American People In That Country Are Considered Trustworthy London specifically and England generally are undoubtedly the most rigidly thoughtlessly automatically ho nest city and country J have ever discovered The llrst taxicab driver hired told mo honestly the correct tip So did tbo first hotel porter The other day I wanted an opera glass with which to pay more particu tar attention to some healthy young Women the Londoners firmly helievoa Are stage beauties So I dropped sixpence in the slot Imaglne my sur prise when the machine opened and I found a pair of 10 glasseswith out a chain offered to my handwJo New York thy not only chain 3th tilngem men ougo traveling in England you first buy a ticket Then you get into the carriage of the class for which you have purchased that tickets and ride until you reach your destlna tion Then if that happens to be a small station you get out of the car age and hunt about until you find a man who ought to take it In the meantime it is assumed that you did not go into a firstclass carriage having bought a thirdclass tlclr et No one comes to bqther you abut It Is merely accepted by all con cerned that you will take the compart mcnt to which your ticket entitles you Two weeks ago the London papers made a sensationso far as they areS journalistically able to make a sensa Ition out of anythingout of the fact that some cue had persistently trav eled on a timeexpired commuters ti cketSNo action was taken until he had been caught at it three times because the assumption was that ho had made a mistake and would be frightfully putI out when he discovered that he had picked up last months ticket when heI left homeSWhen he was finally summonsed he Isa1d that he didnt do Itthat it was a case of mistaken Identity and every ono seemed happy to accept that ex planation In tho restaurants you help your elf to rolls and spastryand pay on your own tally Motorbus conductors always give you the right change Country gentlemen imbed broken glass in the mortar on top of walls that surround their fhten they leave tho garden doors un cked secure that no one will at tempt to enter The glass is intended merely to emphasize their desire for privacy During warm weather housekeepers In London leave their front doors open and depend upon a curtain to eep prying eyes out They do not soem to fear that prying pdrson nileht cet through Exchange IHAD SUPPLY OF NEUTRALITY One Thing at Least on Which the Illustrious Ruler of Persia Might Depend The Illustrious controller of the des tJnles of Persia summoned his prime adviser Haflr he said what Is this I hoar oncerning thE war Is there any such a thing- The adviser bowed low Illustrious he replied there Is somethlnl of that nature Does It affect us Haflz Not yet Illustrious The controller of human destinies was silent for a moment Hafiz he presently said what jWej IWe army our fortifications our iay guns our warplanes Nothing doiig Illustrious Then what do you advise Neutrality Illustrious We have some of that have we All we need Good said tim controller and his head dropped back on the nearest Per sian cushthnPittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph II SELLING TURKEYS IN TEXAS Butcher Makes Customers Believe Is Unfair in Selling FowlI IRival With Legs Cut Off of the unsophisticated tl9 other Alight Congressman Robert L Henry of Texas related how a youDg wife went to a butcher shop to buy a turkey The price named for tho bird tho congressman said was 26 cents a pound whereat tho young wile has tnt d Isnt 26 cents rather high sho timidly queried If I remember rightly tho price across the way iii 23 cents With the feet on I suppose taI the quick response of the butcher No hesitatingly returned the cue tomer I think the feet wero cut off Thats Just what I thought was tho confident declaration of the butch er as he began to wrap up the birdl When we sell a turkey madam wo sell feet and all Philadelphia Tcltv graph I A Rapid Thinker Dablelgh seems to have an answer ready for everybody Im sorryto say he had one ready for me this morning- What was it I asked him If ho would lend me a fivespot and he answered No bo tore I could tell him how necessary It was for motoi have It Consolation So jfcu dont care for those fancj bred dcgsSOh I suppose theyre not so rs they might be replied the weary lookfng man Im glad we dont have dinosaur and pterodactyls nowadays My wife would be sure to want one of them for a pet Laid In a Supply Nfwedd This milk c much betlei than what weve been haying Mrs NeeddYes dear I got It from a new man He guaranteed that it was perfectly pure80I bough enough to last a couple of we ks Boston Evening Transcript When Money Falls And can I have the captains cal In demanded the very rich gontls manNot bookingclerkor a nice place in the coal bunkers And the other passengers smed PRPHED CLEVER 8ftss- r BadenPowell Tells of One of His ExperiencesS J EqUI Hunter 1Plns1 manded City of Cattaro In the British army we do not nialc very wide use ot field spies in ry Ice though their partial use a maneuvers has shown what hey oan do My own w rk has been largely tnat of a tactical or military agent hciso business is to study details it armament and equipment n peace me Now that the war Is in progress nd many of the methods of spiel h ave been disclosed there iis no harm In going more fully Into the subject It was once my business to investi gate the forts commanding Cattard capital of Dalmatla their positions strengthand armaments The city Itei l fifit ttween mountains High above Ute mountaintops are studded with bat ttcries from which during tho pres ent war Cattaro has been repeatedly bombarded I went armed with most effective weapons for the purpose which have served me well In many a simllarcain paign They Were a sketch bookwlth numerous pictures some finished others only partly doneof butterflies qf eery degree and rank from a Red Admiral to a Painted Lady a color baxfanda butterfly net I was hunt- Ing butterflies and thus equipped I was ready to meet anyone on the lOne- lyl mountainside even In the neighborhood of the forts Quito Innocently with my sketchbook In hand I woiilf ask whether ho had seen suchandsuch a butterfly in the neighborhood as I wan anxious to nnlnotheranymore thjin I doso I wap on fairly safe ground and they thoroughly sympathized with the mad Eng lIIsHman who wrfs hunting tliesei curli ous insects They did not look sufficiently close thedelicatelyi irliestlonsln plan of their own tort and that the spots on the wlnis denoted the number and position of the guns and their different calibers These are usual enough tactics f an English spy Sometimes instead ota butterfly It Is the veining of a fliS sKetcM ur a ountcniy contains the outline cf lower drawing of a fortress on which BadenPowcll wao spying and by the spots and certain of the lines shows the position and power of the guns leaf In a botanists notebook thitt hides tho important military details sometluVs the convolutions of sostainedEngIliSbmanu Where Responsibility Ends During tho time qr the Boer war a letter had been received by tho eer geant major In an artillery regiment from the war office with reference to ono Gunner Brown who reported dead had arrived at Woolwich Cot itil a full and satisfactory explanation or nonronlIcommand Ing tho battery who dictated the tot lowing reply Drown was an old comrade of mine visited him when dying and after wards attended his funeral Hence know that ho Is dead and tuX corns crably Burpri8ed tohear of his return to Woolwich Ifut please exonerate ma froti further blamo innsmuch as am not responsible for his subsequent movements Sermons With Points Canon Haunay maintains that now adajs the most dramatic sermons are nreahed In Ireland A fried of Ids heard a preacher in a Connaugbt ilii lago expatiating on the terrors of hell Tie lion will roor at yet he told tc r lI hoot at yes the sarpints will kiss at vez and the hyenas will laugh yes to acorn Another Irish preachqr haying do scribed Ijow Jezebel painted nor taco decked hor head and looked out of the window at Jehu remarked 4nd would you bellovp It tim 3Uss1I W33 nlghpn sixty years 01 ageIIIILoudly Heard Jest Tho most unpleasant IIot l II WOnt is the niaterwjijtt tile catjpenter who wled on tire doctorri lflIJthoQUITE SO There is ono sport which is jroiB to tbo dogs What is it Le9exhuntngt Old enougn I understand Miss Whatyoumaycall z Is going to have a birthday party this rvenng the fat plumber observed o You answered the thin carpenter Ive been invited Did she kop her last birthday s Yes and Ill tqj you in confidence I dont bellevft she ever Intends to let go of it a i r SHOPPING AND BUYING QUITE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ITHE TWO PROCEEDINGS IOne Way May Not Be Exactly as In ItICan Be Made FaxMoreSsatisfactory Of alllubil M Ellen Hillls exclaimed L 1h in a hammock star IJIng at the sky at ntue oclock in tlio bEta lady luxury 11rng at iin yourtat Uw same hour Isabel Truett laughed piling cushions into the most comortable piazza chair Rut I came on business you migliIhave known And I was working very hard you might havekeowa IWorking Ellen scoffed sinking to the cushioned chair r dont bV lievplt Jlut I was I was trying to decidfrwhether to got a black hat trimmed with blue or a black hat trimmed with black But how can you tern before you look Ellen ajtea opened wide la amazement lI can tell what I am going to llookl toramJYou generally see what you are looking fIr theInut Isabel thats absurd You 1cant toll till you look round I mean you miss all sorts of lovely sugges tlons to say nothing of the time y ust spend thinking 4t all out beforehand Do you Tike blue voile Its a beauty and the most becom- Ing thing I ever saw Ellen returned generously Well I spent an hour thinking It 1oilt color design and trimmings went straight hf Morgans and asked for exactly tlioco things no others Then I drew a sketch for the dress maker Tho whole thing aside from the fittings of ctmrco took me less tthjui three hoars f think I was 15 minutes baying the materials It may hMO been 20 Thats argument No L How is your old rose coming on Ellen flushed FI took It In andII changed it she confessed I gray as I planned at first i wnsjj afraid Id get so tired of the old rose But wasnt that a levclysuggestlOii you found by looking roundnvBut that lis only a single esamplo If isnt fair to Judge from oneaHow about your green parasol and tho blouse you weal in town to ex change and tHe hats you bad altered and the girdle you took back andIT way bIheaps of it And your clothes are more becoming But if I sat down and thought It all out at once cold bloodcdly as you do Isabel Truett I EhfiHnt feel as if I were buying c ohcs at Sitd1abtl t laughed up at her from ti hohhammock That my dear Is quite srothcr juosdtion she replied nUl Hl niKEEP UP UNREST IN CHINA Fervent Believers In Evil Spirits and Kindred Invisible Agencies Source Iof Much Trouble tIt is a common belief among tho IE norant cusses of the Chinese that UeIreal and terrible demon Those demons are believed to be a1le to subject the relatives to the most ovil state of bondag and sufferlug Superstition MU1SfO rampant fthroughout China in spite of the sprinkle of education and advances made diirlnt the last dccaIe by occi dental commerce and missionary of Ittl nti that the average native firrn IslboIcies QD 51J8trltb cqt off queues and brlnp about slcktieaa or accident ftRocausje ffiar and belief In tho preipince faf etvll itkmons many of the Chinese are fro qfintly aroused fo the wildest most truontrollablo tttte cf exrltemcat These litter ontbN lea manifest th IntBilves ta dlffercrl rinses of pubi ticfi disorder and rlcil g For example In 1877 a panic broc out In which a t rinnTbe tel Boxer outbreak was a 11f cnntle Illustration of how snipers ti ious fear can aro etbcavoraseMon polian Under the stress of hlgb1 ox cltcment end fpnr the average Igk Dcrant Chinaman led on by In cru puloni Iradars la pade to actually bo il Yeevefor their oepecin beneat been en Idlilenly repealed Th iisnorant euner stilious mind of the Jiive is JIhdflr worked URto the V ill where he be lIevos be bears a chnrKod life and tthat his body is invulnerable to rtnoj 01other1 DlfflcaU as it is to believe the meon re native fatalists ex aiing tclay in China Wildly suVrailtlous that beenrive nerIoeIsudIBQphlgtrlcs tbat these fatalists fttUDe the suporstitidirs minds or tin nh iIgnorant followers The disturbing and perilous clement among the 0Ileatials with their wild superstitions is Impossible to estimate but in spiteIof the marvelous advances during thoTlast two decades China Is still fill dIwith tuch dangerous men One orIthe great scefig of modern China Is 1someiIgaomat saperatitloua mind Qf tho Ce lestial can be overcomo Clyde W itt tnerITin Rapidly Disappearing With regard to tire future use of tin It may be said that e are dealing with the anal metal whbso Known ore reserves are entirely Inadequato to aven the present demands and tthat un assoxno new source of supply Is de tory soon we may expect to find that tin Is a very scarce metalt Indeed Of tho resent sources of tin ore supply says the Engineering Maga ine most arc either stationary or receding in output Bolivia being thp only iToncy iJthese conditions the question of s b tituti metals becomes of importance and alumiaum tine and steel all havo some possibility in this dire tlou inCj one way oranotlterc fACTSF ABOUT COAl Geological Surveys Makes Public Some Interesting DataI eport5 Shows Why There is Reslr In HeatProducer and Why Steam- Boats Blew Up Peat the Mother Substance Washington To the head of the family who has been shoveling coal during the long winter it matters not what his coal Is made from as long oilIquestion of the ingredient matter and the geologic processes of peat fraIL which coal is formedia considered so Important by those who are not sirspBpslJiiitptatesvid White has made a study of the subject 4f the effects of resins ta coals Resins under Jivhlch includ d the resin of commerce the cOP1 om which varnish is made the am ber used in Jewelry and many other similar materials are secretions gen rated In some of the cells or vesseh a plants of many different kinds One of the most familiar resinproducing trees Is the pitch pine in which pitch Is a resin Resins contain very much mor hydrogen and carbon compared to Uu mount of oxygen than ordinary wood eo that other things being equal tht resinous woods make much hottez fires than those containing no resins he hydrogen and carbon being sourceS o the heat The larger the mount of heat thq hotter the firm Many a Mississippi river steamboat was blown up in the old days when order to win a race the barrels of resin In the cargo were broached to tfeed the fires Resin adds heat power not only to the woods which contain it but also to the coals These are some of the interesting sidelights on a report which is rather dry reading to the layman How did rcsln get Into the coals and why are ome boats mQre resinous than others froze are some of the questions that Mr White answers for the aatlsfac ItiIon of the student and the efficiency xpert as well as for the coal shovel homej there Is resin In coal jla1ng more resistant to decay under atbr than the wood cells and other ttissues of the plants and trees froth the peats cf bogs and coalform iing swamps are produced the ress lumps and particles are generally left to be buried In the peAt deposits ef vc when most of the surrounding wood us rotted away and disappeared In tills way they are sometimes con thliIIthey form considerable portions of the vegetable debris In the peat Peat Is the mother substance which after eep burial in the crust of the earth as been converted Irtto coal The kind of the peat largely determines the type of the coal In his paper Mr White emphasizes the part played by the resin which In some coals Is very abundant in con ttrlbutlng to the boating power of these nets In some places the glittering amberlike resin forms a large part otIthe coal Beautiful sampfes of this Eort are found In the coal beds of Philippine islands t theIMr White has found hot only of amberlike resin in the bituminousI coal of the Paleozoic age In Indiana Illinois and Iowa but he also shows tthat ninny of tho singular and longago extinct types of vegetation that gres In the ancient peat swamps of tJ61 Pnleozolc era had trunks containing reat quantities of resinous sub Anca glog Whimpering Urchin Was Because Gentleman It Wajs Slipped His DistressedI ISomeI indly laxly ef Boohoo boohoo boohoooo 1thefortune of an elderly gentleman who IIhad slipped on a banana and was still tting on it collecting his scattered faculties together r Good little boy she exclaimed patting him on the back Im glad you feel sorry for the poor and didnt laugh when hegentlemanI and hurt himself But you and dry your tears dear he Isnt badly hurt No ho aint boohoooo wuss luck ied the whimpering urchin vindictively I ile was It was my banana he did It on Weekly Telegraph 1Puts Value on SneczlnaIis the automatic bouncer f unwelcome guests mid Dr Vial ter A Wells in an address before the mombers of tho Keop Wells a worn ens organization for the study of good health at Washington Doctor Wells had reference to the nose and throat cs highways for disease A great many people he said be Hove that the Important function fat Abe nose Is the sense of smell and they seldom think of this organ as ono of respiration Thesense of smell is only of secondary Importance when Its chief functions are considered he nose Is the organ of respiration Rccond only to tho lungs in import INew auce Method of Finding Longitude novel method of finding long lately tried by Professor LIpp mann the French astronomer Is tho comparison of simultaneous photo graphs of the sky takpn at two eta ions The zenith being shown by an arti flcial star the difference in the places of natural stars very accurately indicates the difference in longitude and If the longitude of one place is known that of theother can be fixed with an uncertainty claimed to be only a few feet perhaps teu or fifteen IeIHappiness and Hunger So your daughter married that handsome young pet who stopped with you last summer eh Farmer Hayrick Ias She married him shes going to bo very happy of course IWan dunno Masdys got a pow erful anuetite Judge wUiiiiIt Always Helps 13says Mrs Sylvania Woods of Clifton Mills Ky fIn writing of her experience with Cardui the womans touic She Says further Before I began to use Carduimy oack l Ithoughtableto do of m bottlesOfrtgaihedI houseworkasI wish giveCftRDUIel eltThe Womans TonicItrial I badandc goodHeadache nervousnesstiredwomanlywonianttonicCardulforhelping weak ailing women for more than fifty years Get a Bottle Toda riiiii Aid to Busy Folks J The telephone aids the busy farmer to keep duringtheevening and 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signature1 of and has hcen a ado under his per 7t4t sonni supcrslslon slnCb its infancy leecIyoyouIntlnIsAll t t Experiments that trlflo with end endanger the health ol Infants end Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR1V Castoria is a harmless tmhstltuto for Castor Op Pare gorlc Drops aiid Soothinj Syrups It Is pleasant It contnIs snettlier Opium Morpllnc ior other 1areotlocsubstance Its agelsItd guarantee It destroys WormaSand allays Fcvcrlsfincsa It cures Ularrhoca anti Wind Oollc Itrellovca Teething Troubles euros enstJpatloaSand Flatulency It assiiaLitcs the Food rejfultes tire Stomach and JioTVcls glvig bcalChy und natural sleep Tho Chllarens PanaceaTue WothcrJ Friend GENUINEf CASTOR W Y- Sa tBears the Signature oT M2+The Rim YQII Save ilwajs Bought nUe Fw Over 30 Year Te etttTAuR cuMfAir uuimny sAittay OTA l 2 0 J jj I = = = j + NewsLeader and iouisyille Tunes 450