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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ESTABL1SIIDANNO i r F i 4f N I XXXINtfi f SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 13 1915 p if w riOUdHNOT ANOINTED Experienceslho 3tay J3 l King Davids From Bethlehem King Sauls Lire goo5 to them thai c cnI10UTLA WEp anihhuntCdbyRlng Davld was joined by un s ostracized from so and oofi found himself dt the Jieajjtof u company of about four aiImndreilrnGf more pr less armed It WMn great training for ills future i kingdom work Amongst these were three of Davids nephews One was Joili who became captain of the host Abjshal anti AsaBel were the others I who afterward became renowned For n time David and his company occupied the care of Adullam It is greatly to his cred it that he refused to plunge his na tion into civil war ns ho would have been abundantly able todo1 nut he I throughtiJ remembered that ueljl had anijlntCd hlmto be klngnhd that Jt was fdr him to abide Gods time for overthrowing Darid Spares King Soul Saul and making him his successor It wjiij becduse David was thus full of faith in God and possessed thb spirit OVotTcdieiico to llim that lie was called u man nftijr Gods own hcait dot that S be was perfect but that the Lords will was Ms rciill hearts desire and when ever through weakness he took 1 differ eat course be promptly repented on seeing the mistake Implored Divine forgiveness and changed hla course While sojourning at the cave of Adullam David In a fit of homesick ness referred to the line wellwater IiiIS1 Bethlehem home Intimating how much he would relish it Thereupon three of his followers undertook the perilous Journey unknown to David They were outlaws and Bethlehem Was iui the hands of the Philistines yet these brave men obtained a water skin from the favored well When they presented It to David he dju elated that the wltcr was gotten at too great a cost to be lightly used Then he poured it upon the earth as a sac ta rifice of thanksgiving to the Lord for the blessings they enjoyed anfl for the support of such loyal associates Sure l Dvid5iievot1on to the Lord and his tJllUi Trero velj manifested TrafniriD For Kingdom Work When David nntThls followers were showedJthis through a spy slaughtered the prestsot that place and their lineage This brought to David one of Ahlme fecha sons witli the priestly ephbd A prophet had also joined David All this convinced King Saul the more that Gods favor was departed from him Nevertheless he continued to fight against the Divine Program On one occasion Dark and his com Saul and hla mon entered the cave for rest and refreshment David 1h8 associates were further buck in the entjrcdkilled that thus their trying experi cures might be ended But DaVid cuta piece from Sauls tnt as a demon stratton that he cnUid Mvc killed the king had be been dLsIojMl After the king and fals company had gone a certain distant David rind his men showed themselves anti protested that Saul was not appreciative of their Saul SPared in tht Care lojalty anti sought their lives when they would not take Ills Sauls better nature was1 arotfsed nnd he wept saying JIIpu art more righteous than I For the time the hunting of David w a8 abandoned Nevertheless there was n similar ex nfrfpupfi later ofOn this occasion David and his v entered Sauls can UIfll took I froWjeside his head his spear and his p waterbottle Then from tin opposite 4lull a ravine between David pointed out to the king that he was not only more vigilant than Sauls soldlers but mote loyal to te kings Interests and that to pursue him was a mistake I A Profitable Lesson Davids explanation of his unwilling ness to take his pnerays life was thnt Sauls was the Lords anointed nnil that to assault the king was to attack the Almightys arrangement This he could not conscientiously dp Touch not mine anointed it Is well to have this principle 4n ot We are not to think of the kings oJ today as the Lords anointed how- e hcy are their own anointed 1Uiisdc l Guffs spef lt kingdom under A special covenant nfrangcment By Divine au thority King Saul had been anointed with tho special anointing oil typify ing the Holy Spirit David anointing with the same oil wns not to give him n right to Interfere with the LOrds nnolutlng previously accomplished In Saul but to assure Sim that ho was to bci Sauls sueee1soi r FbgALi5 IInlJ sUors grandson QJ Ojdj JDefrnctar w lnDgJJsbb Beady jprer 4ViC yAIsn tvyo sows i JEWheUey fl be Iadiesbf tiePies1jterian church wil jiYi strawberry JJP1Qr tl1May 27tb v r w Tw THE NEVS LoE DBR i INt1f I j T litrl IIfI EWSERIESVOL SLPfffeEfcYEAR ttiovwcst Gleanings by Onlooker AmouR the bigh class youngsters which will besnsean vheii the ball iis opened at Mi Ster ling this summer will be a ster Hug t iib byHex Monroe which belong to Thiirman Peter Springfield Ky IAll of these youngsters are well known by their former ap pearances intbo ehjw ring and their return to the arfnawiilbe pujy a renewal of old ncqualn tanies A Ispse of one years finds the youngsters iniher naiura state of developinei t and impfovemht t or declination4t and degredatiou such as the case may he but in this case il looks line the f6Vmeistutemeni is applicable Rose of Killarney Kthi joe Haynes and Monte Monroe are the three fa which Onloolier refers Rose of KUIarney and i Kashrine Haynes will be remtm bered as the bay and brovvi ffilies which Thurman Peter exhibited in the yearling saddle c assps lustiSHasoti while Mont Monroe was their representative ili lhe horse colt classes Rose of KillariKyis the browi filly by Rex Moircej dam by CDKSter Dare 10 wich dividtd honors with Katherine fifaynes during last season but which in the eyes of the mi joriiy of horse wen was the favorite of the two aiidwhicti ajwicneraj gives every promise of becoming a great mare Kathrine Hapnes the rival Ii Rose of Killarney and some times her victor is also being galled and will doubtless develop Into a high class nuare She is a mare with lots of finish ad animation and C1dp present to herItr berttt extremely tine bay colt which wonfn his class at Mt Sterling Stanford and Harrodsburg lasti year and which on account of sickness did not get to show at the State Frir but which had the honor of defeating the wing ncr at Louisville during tbo earyr part of the stiason This cot is l01ied upon bv criiiol l Judges j as a yvry probable f aic ida te for honors in the j eat ling casses mring fIH coming season Thnrnvin and Peters have an 1 in i Tract No Beginning at n stone in Mrs Wim line to lot two thence with sltosl W 37 poles and 2 links to a stone cor ner te same Then N 25 W 33 810 poles to a stone cornet of the Knob Lick Pike then along the center of said as S W 38 poles S 31 W 29 810 roles to a point fn center of said road opposite a tone corner to the homestead land iII to Kirk Cheatham then with line of said homestead S UtE 9i poles to astone near a small house than S 58 poles to a8 tnt in a wire 25 feet of a Hickory tree also in the said fence other two ear oldl filly which giYtsIiniI class mare This is a brown tilly With star and snip by RPX Monroe and out of the damoC I the dam of Delight the mare w proved a bg winner a few years goiIithe yearlinir and Xworearold classes and which had she lived would have been a very likely contest alit in did big futuritv fr aadlje- holses at the PdLamaPrtCjfic Expo itin AStingyMan- A uiAu was too Qcdnomial to subsciT e for a papdr sent his ittle buv to borrow the ag taken of his neighbor says Bernie Mo Star lo his lhasti cVheesj like a warty summer squash U is fa1 her who ran to his assistance aid failijngn notice a oarbed vije fence ran that tItJsouk advantage of the gap ui tne fenceand got the c rn field and kilted herself eating green corn Hearing the iMcUtt the wife went out and ipst a chu rn4 lull of ricH cream into ai basket of little chickens drown ing the entire hajch In lam baste she dropped a 25 set of false tteti The baby having been left alone crawled through thE spilled milk into tie pirJor ruining a brand new 20 carpet During the excitement the pM est dau hter ran away wph the hired inan and the tlog broke up eleven setting hens and the i6alves chewed the tails off of tine shirts on tne clothes ilne Ex rNoJij To Creditors tAll person having claims jayainst the estate of C E Gib json deceased are hereby noti fif d to present to the un dyrsigued propnrly proven on or before the 6t of June 1915 All persons indebted to skid esaleare requested to CallI iMid settle same immediately Th s May 6i4i Q15 ROBT S WAITER Fl saItsie Rr IRd E Pen 81101o 3a1i 50 cents Phune IlJX one is S of a in to which a fence is W poles to center of Knob pike corner to homestead point is op a stonejiear a center of pike S 19 12 E poles to a point in center of opposite ar to NL W poles to beginning containing 82 I Tract 2 Beginning at a stone to T II Edelen in AVimsatts withMrs Wimsatts as afore N 25 12 64 poles 19 to a in Wimsatt COrner to one a ofsaid lot of TOURNAMENT Of the State High Sch Began Lexington ost Yesterday Lexington Mav OOnci mst novol interesting iist motive entertainments jiiyeu in Kentucky wlil prounnmnti lftthitidce peti ttats in aihlollcs between champions the high schools from over the as welt as public spunk and rmusic kL the events three me- djs gold silver z ard to awarded to the high schqul pupils tijiisbing first second and third Tue largest individual point winner wilt awarded ta gold medal and tha school taling largest number of puts receive a cbnmpiJoI cup to teretained Iro 1tlt neiper mviienfy tile ttxp tbe WOllJ times11Ini letic events a tenlils tournament jbeiAvepn the schoo s heldj 1rh largo IWHJbt of ontVies which have been received thus tiid to which adtlitious probably uiailshow tqatI pupils the sellouts n pars State keenly in 3 tested Anion r liihe schools WIJcIl have 1flI iutnratioiis jjef eniries fur contests in public speaking and music Spinjfied Westpoim stanford fStaon Maysville HtlIelen E larger Ltxington veral thee sell making several iell iach eveh athletic conjests Har rodsburg Anderson County School NLexingtoQ Iaysi vi te Somerset Richmond High Schro Ashlanl Stanford Bfllevue Erlanger Spring tIed lave nvul numeiou on Mries In o der losiimulaio local inieres in tournameit a hUllji day school relay and an inter frateririiy relay or Sunday schools ofthe city fjutes atd in th fraternity eight i fia1 ruities which ncuibrs ui ii Pdkf1iileHC rnIttntlonlOt II In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky In the matter of Joe K Cheatham Bankrupt By virtue of an order of sale of the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky the matter of Joe Cheatham Bankrupt will on 8rURDYY MAY 15 1915 Proceed to offer for sale the premises of Cheatham about one and half miles from Springfield Washington riounty Ky two oclock pm the theit corner 79I pike fojjows 110 fence north Red hich into into four same day stone ISin this fence line cross attached thence 42j the the Lick said said stone posite red bush along and with the line said 1fl said road stone corner lot two 11 152 25 the acres No Mrs Sine thence line said and links stone the said line lot thence with line one this at t Ivy of the and ever bel coin con if all state iutf In all of and brO be will be the will ip for one ye be mu will be far many wili be tit of all of the aru the are and of ols ines for In the High Mode and all the will bn run 1jfi vii cight will aliT of tire uoiv rity ar1 f f in on Joe Kl at to satis said also post oak then survey R 84 W 12 2 poles to a point the center ef the Knob Lick pike corner to usiid lot one thence with the center of the s idpikeS1912- j7 poles imd 9 links to a point In the center of said Pike opposite a stone thence S 12 E 43 25 poles to a point in renter of raid pike corner to K II hdelen thence with lib line N 12K poles to a stone corner to said Edelcn thence with his line N 112 E 31 poles toIpoles to liis tone corner to same thence with line of same N 5tE J5 polos and links to the beginning containing acres I rod arid 4 poles seperatelyway to realize most money t The purchasers will be required to execute bonds payable to the Trustee for the purchase price withapproved eptemberwill bejprepartd to comply promptly with these terms JOSEPH rOUN Trustee S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer I day aid Friday Prof McHenry llhoa State supervisor of hlg bfc lOJls will holda round tabii conference of the hi1dl school teichers who attend the tournament and gene a problems of the high schoolwork wilt be discussed The speaBing and declamation contests and the contents in vocal and insirumintal tnuic1 wlllbe htld in the university chapel The athletic events with the ex CepI ion of the tennis games wj II be givenon the nth track on fSt IIIiedauti the tennis tour niind t will probably bj held at W ojiand ParU The Inter seiiofasttc I5ournamanj wllI t g mun Wednesday and continue lraisdiy Friday and iSatdrday i Talk About a War Tax The Graf an 11 News says The treisury is empty bank rtipt andiiie city tathers have been hal d put to find some way to raise funds Assail members of the Council Are raarren men they decided that those who en joy luxuries sh uld pay for them and they pisssd a law putting a tax of S2 on every unmarried man jver 28 years of ne tnrt a tux of SlQ on every unmarried woinan over 25 A man by proving that he has proposed ton woman in the past year arid was refused will be exempt frnn paying tin tax A woman who cn prove thatno man has pro posed to hdr during the pat ar will also be exempt The Jaw went into nffect the lirst Il 7 of April The Mayor f Uarrods burL is opposed tJuny such law Prepare f6t Citizenship Whevnb tr thd age ofttw nvoi nUll steps over the hue irr11 citizenship wbuishould he he What deli tiLe ideals should Ire hold b Curt blur Iir other words what is n good citizen 1 should saYn and here the President became very earnost indeed l I should say that his ideal should be tlP1 lhat the good citizen is the one who puts hVconntry anti its gool tirst Me is tte one whenever there is a conflict between his cnal steresJs and desires anti the oourvs goeU woud novt Ve a msfunt tq dtciJe r het t t JH wt uld for ethi8 own intr ts anti remerabar buly his countrys gOes Lt us tfllce for exuinple a Idier Ho gOo iuo iiiUU for us country Ho fly his lor ypri lILIeS danffertto win virtrrirs for hor anti tvhat decs it matter IJ him if he be wounded or Itllled fihicountry is served bv hisI It is lULL idea apled t peoce overSIbodyoy country before everything qlfe Forget their own interests every time Let UiGfri not considerI thilvs when their is involved but do or conntJI whit then diuntry witLsut thought otany ill or goo in hem utvesJrat is hp pr panvtion for giKt ciii2i 8hp The o her IUMKS art good education Ihe sclbus iiey itt l have their partIhut the rOll preparation learning tthis iOson to learntol put your country iirtto put your country nrtuvur you- rsiVCst put your country b fore any other coun ry IVO tit and yon are a good citizen Let but the word prevJ ne to lot lhat ide becomo general the Idea of buuordjna ting se tiah desires to till gi n a- lgOldund wnis will cose for ever President Wilson is IIe Americun Boy For Sale Snglp Ue mb White sototng uf 15 Also Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs fJ50 for 12 Mrs Kecjd SpaWing Mis Poarlie SwetliWi1 isbarg R III has for sale FIOW er unu Piauts Also Columbian yantfotte eggs 75c fir 10 Phoue Mooresvilie l82w 1rsip col1n i KENNEDYS LAAiIVE COUGH YR- JaI a From Bankof Chaplin I have just recalled an inter esting story of how Dr C C Graham founder of Graham ypiiigs in Harrodsburg once killed a bear nfar Chaplin rivtr The story was told me by ir- E L Davidson of Springileld to whom Dr Graham had often related it and is printed tow for the first time IVin fats are as follows Dr Grihrn when a oung man worked for aboU1 six months in SprjrtgHeld fr Uicie Davy Spears a silyersaath chose fop ciaUv was waiting silver joous from silver dollars He voutdmelt tte dollars and then hummer and ilthem into shape Part of young Chrisio pher Grahams work was to hammer this rough mass of meltt oJ silver out Hat tirt usjng a lar oand then yoriMnall hammer thin Uncle Davy would emit and tile the beaten sheet o silver and put on the finishing touches One day news caaiy in that a big bear was seen near Ch pun river and young Christo pher Columbus Graliim was tired with the ambition to kill it Heshoulder dhs guu and put out alone to find the bear arid after hunting three days he came Upon iCani killed it He cut u large limb from a tee and let it fall over the bears b Jdy to kep othi wi d animals from getting at ItIld wlso as a and nark heuilo retutn1and went back to geta man he p sir n tlP beir ue secured hzuin yoke Lf ixsn anda slide and they soon had the bars carcass skinned and dressed It would have weighed ulliit 300 pounds grcs After the 3oung bea hunterbecaine the famous crwnf r of Graham Springs Hotel w HariofNburg he liuda burning doire to go back to Wnshinyton coun y and sei if lie could thud the spofwhere he laidttfijled ht bear uHf the hig tree from wlich he had cut the limb What once had been a dense fforest of tre2S had been cleared out and a few houses had been built Dr Graham was always a good woodsman and not with standing the change in tie liiid scipe he set out to locate th hecametoaplacef oftliel I ni mole iih bnlievrtJie had lound the sjpo A houst p n a be n built nearby and llu nide up to it aorl aslrcdablut labig tref with a lopped of limb The owner w spondt d hy I cut hat trt dOAMi a eV ytar ago and saw cl i unto he Ip build my house It iis Qbilt on the spot whore tie trcstobc1 I often wondered who had cut tha big limb The man yras the father cf M ssr DaviJand Janus Hays and Jude William llajs of Springfield Dr Gra yeasIJLrr odsburg Herald On Second Thought clntjtAlazy man any enjoyment out of spring fever Woman never boast of being ad 1I lUau but a lot of em urn The onlY difference between here and there is in that attIeIt Ptrhaps SlUe men a e glad lhat thuros no place like home Its doad easy to fall in Jove with the figure of a girl who hat the oig grten A lane excus6 for knocking is cripII3one fellows can ride a long way on theIr nerve but the generally gel to walk back If the political game hadnt been invented a lot of lazy fel- Uva would have stxrvedltu death Some fellows got mighty reck less wi h toe truth when they ai e trying lo serve their OVn ends IIts a iot easier for some men toacqutre a reputation for greatness than it is for tnein to make good When in need of a pairof ready made trousers to make that last year suit complete you can buy them ala say jng of 50 cents to 150on the pairE H Campdelt Bro DIXIE HIGHWAY Important Meeting to be Held at Chattanooga May 20tH r Tli iy6st important meeting sit ce tthe Dxie Highway move ment was started will he hold at Chattanoogo May 20 wh n the fourteen dtmmissioners empow e ed 10 select he route ofr the Dxie Highway from Chiagoto Miami will hear oral ort um nts and go over tie data furujshed by the various sections compil ing for the routing of the high way A permanent organization of the Dixie Highway Association will be effected pet manrnt officers elected und permanent head quarters of tee association se lected to oar yon the propa ganda NW Marr of Sprir field Ill chief state highway engineer or Illinois secretary of the roUte cju m sioii1ssendingoutcjpies of a resolution asked at tbe Louisville mnting iftl1cjrlJ mission givirg in de ail liein forma tioll desielhy the com iriisjioul s t aid them in he eat ing the route if tl e Q xie High way IIi ciiec orf have re q justec lUlL tte ciaa be in biief loim cjvinin Uc pntsiridii cared ffully yet rc cissly Cop itot tin infi ru uion must he sent to iajb of the fou teen d rcio to re ci t em not later tnan May 10 An oppprtuuiiy wlilleiijui h1 ie tions filiu jiitfs wli tji directors aV re quested f r ctitorul arguments also before th Uirecforsjat the in t ting called fur Uha tanoota May 10 v WwThebo ud and s trned b OarkKotJ of Atlaita chairoflbo- ard of fourteenfcommissloners and W W Marl as s cr tarv Is as folluwsr Tr xi Resolved t tat the secretary ba direc ed topro2ced a5 once by circular letters and through the press to inform the advocat 8 of the Vdrious rouea suggested for the Dixie Highway Othat the directors desire at very earliest moment inf rmdt on ou the following subjects Pisi Milla1e in eact county under the propbseeroutt- Secoud Cundjtiin Qf jtbis road and mileage clab sfidib iligh y4mrovedwith hard urface h Graveluacademor- li II t c Natural without bard surface d Grades and dfinag Third Number ajidcharac ter of bridges classified us tJiirrete tI bleel c Wood d Free or toil Poanh Slrems without bridges and condition of Fords PifthWhat arrangEments have bet n made for pu ting these foadshi41rst class condi tionaud maintaining theur chart cter If road to bebuilti full particulars SixIlWbat guarantee will be furnished that road wilt be built aud maintained as repre seated SSveLithAt what daie cat r act be ready dedication Eight Population to be served tributaries and feedejs hUtorical attractions and such other data as advocates may submit Ninth That the persona deleatcd by various coiintv uuttptHies to furnish acoVy 01J the atne on or before May 101616 Tenth Tbat when thismeet ing adjourns it adjourns To inee in Chattanooga on May 20 1915 Eleventh That at meeting of May 20 the directors heat from such represqutalivts o vaiious routes ashave furnished the infoimatiun hertinvequesud The fourteen directors li wheat the data should be sent befoeMtty 10 arenas follows Richard J Pfiinegant Chioagi Juuruol Ii Chicago 111 Willinn W Mar chief state highwav angineer bpringUeld Ill Uhomas Tuggarr French Lick IndCari G Pisher Ind aanpolu Ind exLieut Gov Harry L Gordon CmcinnatrOhid Gearg W Harris Cincinnati OnifV Hai y B Hanger RictimotlRl Kdotucky Jlaud B Merci da dlnsburfc t lKy 4Ool A Shook NaSQ Itt Ten1Jud M M AUispn Channobgaf Ten Claric HowelJ the Oonsliiuiion It L 4 Atlanta Ga7 W T Arndiitph GaSAL Saxon Tallehassre Pla Ho allowNew I The Horse Doctor is branch ingout in his profession antkte ftt8tgaming fame Javiflgjej t RldKetnlwpekisby cocks hounds The Tin liihorj at TiQkyjIle lIs tnaki6 g the Deputy Oonst leanew star Bs hir duties arebcJcoming TOprenumeious than evi r before he isv 1avirir gJmade larger While clei fling out he ienee corners on uls fdrm Monday itthis week Poke Eazley 1 nncov eted from among blackberry bushes a lot of iickecso pld tlja jug had moss on it Atlag Ptcc weth over the same grpundlal v summer while picking backber ries and how saps it looks like everything is against him in eveiy undertaking Jr Tube Mosely has rpmpved hiis f mily andhouseh1oldgojetoa- nother section of Hpgjniflpw dn account of rats A subscription solicitor jiii ed Tube Mpaelf y a twijy ag outTobe didnot subscribe fir for anything He sayjititg bsen rad5anytbiDK it WIn ups t his own idea of things I WasbirigtonivHockg who has ben sitting on next tQthefron- tset at the Dog Hill chtjjch basC oeeo asked by those db hind him to pull oil his hat aiot to mores loud asit Jo iiersxthei preacher One of thefew discomforts spring Ifin Hpgwpiflow s Jsf thefr lJjact that Isaac Hellyvang r then mains to sleep withI5 jfe Vou r L ttSosewindow v eJefferscn Potlocka ispatsbiusf therootou his house Who one nehad in thBreieikijinclfi was cpmpt lhd to patch it teihr did not have any pans oC buckets to set around over therPoms EHict ellwtfnger took the mumps fiocn a man over netrrtlye Straw last week and was anded ioj4i10n the following lay Slim Flinders was arreslet ffir shooing 6ri the highway iiid was sentenced to lfiveTJcl ilL in jailtand a case of mumps The Rye Straw storeueep r got up yesterday morning wi h a cricK in bis back a d bas bet n meeting his custmoserssidewi e fWhile wilting for thBmbii day before yesterday tke iPOft moster gave several suggestions for changes in the way theAl S Malt js bandied However lie bides by by tbe predenlJriih s wtbin1few a if he is busy planting hia garden ai the time f J4 Slim PJckens was overdo sea Viss Fruzzie Aljsop Tuiasday t but asrshe was gsfhiwas pu tr- W turning tnegrindstone R A drove ofisnails pacsd the Gandebjrtv r Ellick Hellwangsr whoit w cS bought would have oiiinterne i the Ttckville jail UOkiaVt VnKeof the darkness ootV after 10 WetS arrested and escaped Jown Gander Creek Public i Sale1 1 21 will on r SaturdayIay 151 tI1J at 200 oclocltspmu V 4 Isell al public auction to tba higIw est bidder tbe hoaser old and v Kitchen Inrnitureol wt Bit Well man consisting ot Drug et and rags diDing able ani 6 chairs 1 bed lstsprings Imattreae claitaf8bel t refrigerator rockjn chair p jookioK BtoveJal oil stove leaiing stove amid nam rOS iherarticles TERMS qXsix 1EHARDETYAgL 4 I t 4 JlFotthevilboftr te td 4 aIae aosaacl Mea below cost EH CamrWu Pr T cr 7 rMl NjWsLtAIi i iH tHPILDKY t r YTJIU AY ifsI ute v JOSEPH POLI- Nt3ri t I 5A r tntf PubJisberst Snterrat Ute Springfield Ky Post oMe M mail mati i i r l Aaiiouceiientht 4 Ftr RaiirM4l Cmmilssioncr HON WM F KJAIR t of Lexinftdn Fayette county an I iKKWcee as candidate for reelection as i Railrwd CommissIoner subject to thelaction of the Democratic voters in l A gWItiY We are authorized to JOHN ENEW illN of Bardstown Nelson county k as a caneidate for the Democratic F nomination for Railroad Commissioner 6 4 fiofflt Second District Primary r Sat rfy August 7tb 1915 iSSS fir draft Judge We are authorized to announce I H Thuman as candidate foereelection to the office jof Circuit Judge of the t Eleventh Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic priraarp AufiMt7 1916 We are authorized to announce C Hill of Lebanon asa candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial District subject to jF the ettoB of the Democratic party at S the Axigust primary fir CMMMiweiKhs Attorney t SS t We are authorized to announce W H Spraeens of Lebanon ti candidate for j AttorneySfor the Eleventh Judicial District l z subjectto the action of the Democratic t- pnmarydere authorized to aneounce John A Polin as a candidate for Common wealtH Attorney for the Eleventh- Judicial District subject to the actio of the Democratic party at the August primtry fw State Senator ir JohntjS aatorrom this the Fifteenth Sen t1 i tonal district composed of the ties of Taylor Marion and coun11 hton subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primary i fit Representative k4Wireththorized ChnsIto annuonce O Durham as a candidate for Represe theji ton county subject to the action of the j Democratic party in the August pri mary Weare authorized to announce TH Royalty as a candidate for Represen tive fajthe Lower House of the Ken- S r tSckyJE i8latare from Washington county subject to the etfon of the Democratic party in the August primary 1c v WEit Lies Before Uf t Wbat next Is the momentous juesUon that is now on every h mind btfore1 our next issue win ourriation be plunged into tin nightmare which is now on Europe We cant prohesy While the sinking of tbj LUfUI tania was an act which deserves the severest rebuke of aUciVllj lzednations and while pInr the fact that a number of Americans citizens went down toa watery grave yet it is not a time for hot headedor hasty act ion by the United States and wet rijoice and are glad to know tht we have at the helm a man who while upholding t dguty of the nation yetis unwilling to II plunge his country unadvisedly 7intoa war the extent of which cannot be foreseen We arel standing by the President ar d are willing td abide by hiscoelIcalm and dispassionate While we are opposed to war and are unwilling fur our nation 5Sto get into the ki 1and slaughter seysawar then we are ready toop prove of his action For know I Slag that he is a man of jfeace and not rf war It will bs abso lately necessary and the Ian hopeiof peace will be gone Tbefiraf consideration is what have we lo gain by war but they answer to uphold the digni ity of the nation but when we stop to consider and ask what indignity have Ire suffered and in what wy disrespect his been ctlbawn the nation we have a mel et difficulti question to answer Itwas not under our flag thatour i sons went dpwn but under Vie- flag oft warring nation and 1 hle the German conduct in inkloJlj the vessel jis reprebensi V ole andindefeLSible Tet whera does our uarreKcome inAci cordngto the Uaroun conten tcia tba British Ships have been 1sViO1atjgthei rides of war on Ibiir passenger ships andwe have been told whether rightly f Vcownot that these ship were 0 it ibtsaf for oar citizens WU f kt tf tbesrabwald an American citizen yJllfii rtfce Welfare of ills n ton atw brtjIo that which WOUld thibliSjfJUWWiD as they iiWL did which to La14 the ristf of imrJerilingthpir uVes sailing in this hot water and have gotten a1tionceuntryf WhileIthere is sorrow in the nation ecause of the tragic fate of these her sons yet we are ito remember that the sorrow is lanesofJaxurvhis sorrow for 1he188 in wealthy omes compared to the sorrow oftthe wives and mothers in the villagesnd hamlets and in the millions of humble hillsicfe homes wbjnh war would bring besides it is to be remembered that the loss of one million will not compensate us for the loas of the 188 It is alright to talk about wrapping the star and stripes about an American citizen and being safe in anypart ol the world but it sounds f 0 much be ter int a Fourth of Julyoralion than it does amid the thunder ofartijl ery The President jis not yet spoken but when he does we itlpitl Bishop C P Maes ofthfe Catholic Diocese of Covington isSdied Monday oLcorap icalion of destases 7 Mooresville Mr Ludwell Bodineof Bloom field spent Monday night with his sister Mrs James Gri shy l The birthday dinner given bv Mr and Mr3 George Kirsch Tuesday hose present weie his mother and father Mr and Mrs Herbert Crume Mr Ltitn er Kirsch and wiffi Mr and Mrs Harvey Bodine Mr Mari yin Cheathaniard Ella Chea liim We wish Mr Kirsch many more happy birthdays Mrs Carl Yancey tnd little ton and Miss Susie Lyddaoo weretbeTuesday guest of Mrs Olhe Eddleman Mr Fiank Janes sind ftmily spentSitudy night with Mr and Mrs Robert Payne We ares orry to say Mis Ella Cheatham and Mrs Luc y G igs by are on the sick list at tt s writing Miss Catherine and Luo Venia Grigby are veilingj their grand oflFairfiofl Cfarence Moore spent with Mrs George Budine SundayI Mr C R Grigsby Mr Bam Grigsby and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Hugh Grigsby Baptists Call PastorI At a business rtieeting of tje congregation of the BapiUttf church Wednesday jnight RetS W fl Bi angles was unanimous ly caled to the pastorate of Lie sIbeen pastor of tlitt St Charles Ayenue church at New Orleans for the pastteu years and prei vious to that had charge of the hisIan eloquent gifted preacher and has ahvas done mdch ti build up the churchf where he his b3en prstor Hid wfe isa talented and highly trtna musician Harrodsburj Berald IMa t Kdd SprliigBvlcl r has for sale Barred Plymoufb Rock eggs 75c per settingrtf 10 When in needofapair of ready made trousers to make that last year suit complete you can buy them at a say ing of 50 cents to 150 on the pair E H Campd lt Bro ffUMOR OF MEDICAESTUDEN1 Ditch Physician Relates Pathetic In client of His Days in College at Amsterdam Dr Frederik Van Eeden the Dutch pbyslclan and author carl never lose sIght of the injustice of fate that sub jects the poor to tortures from which 5e rich are exempt He tells the fol towIng bitter little anecdote which oc curred during hIs student days in Am IterdamJOnce a poor man was brought In effected with a Very strange and rare disease of the spine that caufecd him by involuntary spasms of the legs to lump and to continue hopping when he tried to stand on his logs Otto professor wanted to show this tohii students and lie requested the pa dent to Bt nd on his feet The pool man looked at the crowd around said with 5 pathetic imploring nncI no1lBuJhi Aidret when tho man jegari to hop the gnntlemen roared Anti T elt tbertearc coming to my eyes a dI poClfltsTlisWorid J fHINK LITTLE OF LIFE MURDER COMMON OCCURRENCE AMONG PAPUANS Seems to Them tho Most Natural Thing In the World to Put End to Existence of Enemlesortho- Troubleiorne Papua has long been known as a bloody land It iIa a bloody land sUit But the blood of white men Is rarely let and the wanton slaughtor of na Uves the one by the other at least tn those fastvrfdenin regions which are within the sphere of the lawIs fperSf one year nevertheless wha thero were 215 prisoners committed for trial 118 of them were charged with murder nine with manslaughter and five with attempted murder To the civilized mind the motives to murder shocking enough to be surenor wanting an aspect of gruesome humorare upon occasion incredible As they are matters of record however disclosed upon painstaking investigation thoy are to be accepted ndt as irresponsible tales such as wander about the eastern seas but as substantial facts however sin gular and incomprehensible they may appear It a matter of court recordS for example that certain natives of what is called the coast range being upon trial for the murder of two carriers whose throats they had cut ad mltted the deed without the least heal tatlon and sought to justify the ghast ly business Upon the ground that the Carriers had appeared to bo cold and hungry dejected fellows tar away from their village The prisoners had not eaten the carriers They had merely wiUvthemost considerate ex pedition cut the throats of the car rierswho Vero strangers at any rate and therefore of no great consequence and no ingenuity of crossquestioning could elicit a motive ulterior to the one so ingenuously adwaicedthat the carriers appearing to be cold and hungry were in the opinion of thp gentlemen whO had incontinently cut their throats much better dead A similar case of merciful exterml nation concerned a young native em ployed to shoot yrfme for a white planter who encountered a sick man Papuan on the road near by a river and strangled him to death Upon triall he explained that the sick man had created annoyance and a considerable embarrassment as well by In Blstcntly requesting to be carried across the river to the other side wlicn his way lay forward to his vii lage Quite so said the presiding ofll cer Why then dldnt you carry him across the river He was too heavy replied the na tive It would have put me to a great deal of troublei Why did you kill him What else could I do Tho man was sick It was out of the question to endure the labor of carrying the sIck man across the river It was equally ou of the question to abandon the pitiably object Therefore the bewildered fel tow had strangled himthe mst obvious way out of a dilemma which badoj- fair to distress his feelings 1 Leakage of Gasoline gasollnoIOlsaster that befell r been madethe subject of investigation by several persons and a very plaus ible explanation is made by B T Brooks of thb Mellon Institute of In dustrial Research in an article in Scl ence He has observed that at low temperatures ordinary tin is liable to be converted into the allotropic form Stay tin pow der Tits change takes place at a maxlmnm rate at 48 degrees Centigrade and may occur more slow Jy at other temperatures below that point Hard Bldrr which may con tan 65 per tent tin is subject to the same process of disintegration Hence te danger oMeakage along the solder seams of the container a fact that should be duly considered by future polar expeditions Wheeling on Rubber Roads Considerable interest has lIreI vailed in England for some time over the Suggestion of using rubber for street pavements Trial sections of such surfacing were laiJ eln the old Kent road in London some time ago as this street carries part of tlje hear jbst traffic of the city antI recently a of this pavement was hiblted The wood block pavement adjoining had worn down from an eighth to a quarter of an inch but tn the eaiio time the rubbercapped wood blocks appeared as good as new arid it would appear from these tests that rubber pavements would be so durable as to make them anlebonomic 1nvest ment Easy to Open Gate A simple device Tar the operation of the heavy anti cumbersome barnyard gate is that of attaching a wheel to the free or swinging end In many instances farm gates are so long that the ordinary bingoi isnot strong cniJh fo support the entire weight and it is necessary to allow the free end to rest on the ground The use oi wheel makes it unnecessary tto lift tho gate when it is desired to oped or close ACKGON KEPt rita One hundrtll years ago after lu v Eng successfully vlffendeil Fort Bow 7or against the British attack Gcn Andrew lackson was preparing to ollFJorltory A short time before ho lis4l written to the authorities at Wash inptoi If the government so or will rejoice at the opportunity deljjing the AifiQricah eagle en the rts of Mobile Pensacola aBl St Augustine Within anctbtr tnonth he lid fulfilfcd his pronuw Imd was back in Mobile Almost im tnodiatcly he departed vith his stat for New Orleans to take chjfrgo of the reparations that were uutny made for thu dafcnae of fl18t city t theIof tte Brittahi VSh COMBATING OLD AGE THEORIES EXPOUNDED BY PRo1 FESSOR METCHNIKOFF Rislah5cIentist Amazingly vigorous at Seventy Years of Ag 1ills1iHow Human LIfe May Long Extended Professor Metchnikoff lflagaia dla cOursIng on beneficent bacilli Their introduction into the systsm to stroy pornlclous microbes will poll pono bid age indefinitely he maintains with the result that nri mai need take a vacation to rocuperatcI Vlost vitality Metchnikoff at seventy works all the time with undiminlehcd zest The fountain of youth which Ponce de Leon sought in 1513 In lion Ida he could have found at home io sour milk and natural sugar qtlslIsgetting back and keeping his youth for 17 years In a recent interview Metchnikoff seems to have said noth- Ing about exercise as ah aid to health His aim has been to prevent contain nation of the blood by inWt4nal poi sons which clog the human machinery by contact as they spread to organs and arteries Presumably Metchnlkbff takes the air regularly but science Interests him much more than sport Perhaps it can be inferredhathBdoes- not think the usual forms of exercise necessary practiced It a proper microbe diet ia The active agents Metchhlkoff finds In the sugar of dates as well as in the lactic acid of prepared milk FInI II eats nothing that is not cooked his fruit must be stewed The evenImilk he takes at his first bre which consists of vegetable and weak tea besides the draft otIbacilli At lunch and diffner lie catsI a little meat free of vegetables and always compote of fruit While other scientists of his age who do not folIlow his system falter at their work In the laboratory Professor Metchni koff knows no fatigue finishing eachl day fresh and full of enthusiasm Yet he comes of a shortlived family He Insists that his physical condItion proves beyond challenge that the ory of beneficent bacilli Is sound Some of the physical culturlsts reach the same result by a system of bone twisting muscle stretching and flushing the colon Ono of them SanI ford Bennett a wellknown business man of San Francisco is more lgorI Olin and nimble at seventytwo than Professor Metchnikoff is at seventy Mr Bennett who eats what he pleases holds the same theory of the debUt tating and vjasting effects of intes tinal polsonidg bUt knowinglyho hoes lot consum certain kinds ot bacilli 10 kill others While a successful ex perimenter on himself he is not a aci enlist At flfty Bennett was a bilioui and tiredout business man rapidly growing old Today he has a fresh complexion sleeps soundly moves about like a healthy man of forty and ran go through a days bird shootin hi the woods without fatigue Assum rlglltitn the human system can be decided in favor of tho invaders Introduced in natural sugar and sour mill it might hew rth while inquiring wlicltier the bad bacilli are not killed by the methods of the unscientific SaniFnmcisco priest of youth in old age although hc makes no study at all of Uioso fopdn that contain good bacilli New Methods Kill Old Customs One by one they go the cabbies pt tho cities In Chicago for Instarnef only a handful remains of tim old timers As vanishing race wo salute them When the taxi came to take away their livelihood they scorned tho new vehicle with a fine fervor and refused to acknowledge Its advantages or ex pediency No good can come av thim buzzin bhizlu crazy cantraptlorsI they swore Of CQurso heir ineiznoI dwindled but they sat tight grimly maintaining their stand against the evils of fallen fortunes and spped mania the rpports ofauto brlAt anda o and tax thieves they shook their gray heads solemnly and spat sagaciously IWhat did I tell ye oho asked umphantly No good can cone av htrhr murder nyichlnea From this reflection they take per Actual comfort Meanwhile the cabby dozes on hii seat in the sunlight Great Men In Disguise It u potentate or a famous maI were tn your skto how would you face the probable assassin We are told that the kaiser has ills special doubles made up ify his image and likeness and dressed in understudies of his uniforms so that the enemy may try his powd9r on the dog They have adoptod the method In Enfjand as when thpro were two Richmonds inthc lie P rTrr ow we all like tbut iU jijj vanilof Nelson who tasisted on going into the fight onIilila last fight Stost it tn pinto Uco perhaps would givo away a fej old suits for the assassin to pot at London Chronicle Inquisitive Youth coughjWell maybe ltaalI for tko beat When hoc hooping ho ant us qnoations and got time to read up ua Ute nqulrlea Uo has already mado fMadame Sn3Gcne In spite of all the nursIng and mourning In the city PutS still jo tains a touch of gayty It is related Jhat a certain lawyer of Prll whose delight it line always been to ntakr solemn folks laugh appeared the oth er day as counsel for a woman charged with some not too grave mis deteeattor She was only a washer woman she was ekIerly auth plain anti tho court was distinctlyl bored VQcntlemen the lawyer exclaImed stiditealy addressing lheb ncltgen tjemen you cannot find my client guilty OresidtagflwrplyBllet washes for General JToKre and It in her glorious lprivilege at this 1bClI meat to bo weeping into one of hi Uandkerchlef Ties entire bench of m iiitr to thereupon gave strict attattioji to tilt o QThey not Osly found Ute washerwoman guilty as charged but addep ten days to her sentence for Btcallcc CrI1Zrpl l Joffrps FtYtif Sw rnACE CAUSE OF ltILAUHM Italian Scientists Assert That Dread- Disease IsDue to Drinking Vater From Clay Soi- lProfeasorsAlessnndnini and Scala jf Rome have jtwt published an dab rate ill tra4ed report of their in vestigations i iinto pellagra 3hey formulate two fundamental conclu ding 1 That pellagra is not 3e l joiident on a maize diet and 2 Jiat iit is a disease strictly localized md limited ro areas where water is Irnuk which his been almost cxclu dvcly in contactt with a clay soil Jlie clay contains silicic acids anil oi a colloidal slate Experiments on nonkcys rabbits guinea pigs and puppies proved that the typical pel ngra symptoms could be induced in them by tile injccti6n oj colloidal silicic acid snd that eating maize Tiadc no diiTcircncc one way or the ther The professors discovered that the tsoft1IO silicic acid could be jounteractcd by subcutaneous injcc rions of neutral citrate ofsodium md they cite ten cases of patients nuch bencfitedif not cured by daily injections of a ten per cent solution if trisKiic citrate SS LURED TO DEATH BY WOLVES Squaws Who Set Out In Search of Missing Child Met Same Fate as the Little One A Labrador missionary says Morti mer flatten in the Wide World told mo a curious story whtchocurredon- the Labrador coast some ytars ago One night tho little daughter of a cer tain brave was missing and on dis overinn the childs tracks in the snow ayparty of squaws set out to look for her Wfiat was their alarm when a little way from camp they found that the footprints of a great gray wolf accompanied those ol the child Tho brute did not appear to have liarmed tier but had apparently frisked along ahead enticing the child farther and farther from camp lu oil probability the child mistook it for a dog and followed readily though tho superstitious Indians of courses believed that the brute had exercised some devilish influence over her Darkness was creeping on and though much afraid the squaws continued t taJtmi the tracks of the wolf and thI FORESAW WARFARE IN AIM Horace Walpole Recognized the Value of the Balloon While It Was In Its Infancy remarkable prediction of the part that aerial machines would one day play in warfare was made l y Horace Walpole described by Lord Macau lay as the best letter writer in tho English laI gtzagein a letter written from his famous Gothic castle Strawberry Hill to the countess of Upper Ossory on October 23 1784 Not only did Walpole forecast the ase of airships in war but he also suggested the century in which such warfare would be waged He wrote Balloons is a subject I did not In tend to tap If they can be Improved Into anything more than Brobding nag kites It must bo in a century or two after I shall bo laid low A century in my acceptatlon jneans a hundred years hence After oncj censes to be all duration Is of the same length and everything that one guesses will hanppn after oneself is no more is equally a vision TiJdlpolo goes on to jDfak of the dry vehlcl with which tho atmo pberc way be peopled hereafter and says he does not caro to discuss the question r How much more expeditiously the East West or South wilt bo ravaged and butchered than they have been by the oldfashioned clumsy method of navigation I mIlO says Walpole at the adoration paid to these aerial Quix otes I observe that no Jm proverncnta of science or knowleddgn makes tho world a Jot wiser Tho first sucr 8ful nezts In balloon had beAU made by Montgolfier In 1783 Peace Definition What Is your idea of Ileacor Peace stud Sir Dustln Stax na t state of affairs in which everything it going my way so strong that there tIs no use of anybodys making a kick about It His Idea know what the cart horses idea of lifo Whats hU idea That it Is nothing but a tbins of vied and whoa A NJat Cbm back Jolidclgh vlsitiojt SubbuDH And vou have a grindstone too Will it vat an edge on a dull oopotite- Subbub Certainty i you turn the baudte long eDO gl IJ Justified tJow those tortuous 8UeetSor Boston aro vindicated at last How aor It Is impossible to speed antonio biles on them home Hntfoin Qe4r feeron tlioasaftf Echooi children ci Spokane will partlcipetc in a citywide home garden contest to bo conducted this spring and summer the cham ber of commerce and Young Mens Chlstlan association Last years con test in which 3COO children raised Sasden stuff valued at 15000 will be doubled in size this year and tho Coard of education will hire an expert agriculturist to direct the work of the Amateur farmer Instead of ono large xjntral fair in the autumn as last Tear thero will bo a series of spring fairs tone In each of the 30 city chool districts the week after school closes In June and the winners at beao will take their exhibits to a central place the next day for the final l contest In the fall the pupils who wish to qnter in the Spokane In terstate fair for prizes offered on gar den products will take their exhibits Individually to the fair Competition in tho spring fairs will be opon to pupils in all schools from the fourth tta the eighth grade High school pu pile will be fllglblo to compote at tht teterstate lair r s LDOM Ig RtELECTlOPF WhatMirror l All Are ComplimentaryI f Here said Mrs Spastlck is something that I have always said myself and now it is In the newspa per Quo seldom sees ones true reflection In a mirror Now there Is a real optimist observed Swastlck I have always want ed to think that Every time I have looked at myself In a mirror during all these years of shdvlng and part lug my gulden locks and trying on new hats and suits I have had a sad wist ful feeling on beholding my image J never know what I sighed for All this time I have been worrying about the forblddlng scowl that my features through no hauntsI on my part about the scared my cars and tho Ulsterlsh disposition of my topknot Now It was not Apollolike beauty hat I craved it was only the comforting knowledge that I didnt really look Hike my reflection In the glassV Ono does not look the same in all mirrors said Mrs Swastlck thought fully There are some glasses that make a person look beautiful J would like to think that they are somewhere near right anyway Well said Swastlck I never saw a mirror that flattered me as much as others knock me There is a mirror in tho elevator that gives me a rather refined look but most of them mock mo In a very rude and impo lite manner caricature me and bur lesque mo- Under this horrid arrangement should think that ladies dressing for ft ball would all want to go over to the ballroom to dress by the ballroom mirrors so they court know exactly how they were going to look at the ballIt seems a shame for a woman to dress by her homo mirror only to find when she gets to the ballroom that she looks entirely different But contended Mrs Swastlck H sut how she will look to herself In the ballroom mirror that bothers her It is how she will look to tho rest of the people at the ball But It a woman cant tell how she looks to other people by looking at herself in a mirror how is she ever going to kaow It Is very unsatisfactory for a woman never to be able to know ex actly hoSv she looks- I suppose 1t would be better to know the worst murmured Swastlck WORK IN SCENTIFICMANNEn Authorities of Paris Ralso Their Own Flowers and Trees for Beautify IIhg the City IThe raising planting and upkep Jho trees whlclj so beautify the streets and boulevards of Paris are under the direction of the prefecture of the de partment of the Seine In which Paris is situated A special administrative deyurtment of the prefecture known as the Direction administrative des services darchltecturo et des promenades et plantations is In exclusive charge of this Undertaking which ui a city like Paris assumes very largo proportions For Instance on January 1912 the total number of trees on the streets boulevards and squares of Paris was 86GSG the total number ol men employed throughout the year in planting transplanting watering and removing dead tjoen was 120 and the total cost of maintaining these trees was estimated at 9 On an average 1100 to 6500Itrees are planted every year to those which have died thrown bye rts automobiles etcbr which have been rem ved for other reasons The city of Paris has largo and va nod plantations jujt outside the fyrtl iicatiohs where flowers exotic shrubs and trees are raised One hundred and thirteen hothouses for plants exotic thrubs ansi flowers are heated from one central heating plant distributing hot water through a nine and onehalf mile system of pipes The object of this central hejitlng organization Is not the heal gardener explaiiis with a viov to economy In fact such a system is tar more costly than sep arate installations for each group of hothouses but In thus arranged to avole the existence of a series of un eightiy chimneys which Voulddestroy the artistic effect of tho ground which tire more or less u public resort and show place FATHER WAS ONE EXCEPTION Characteristic Story pf MakeUp of English Militants Mrs Blanc Was Easy on Everything Mrs Pet lck Lawrence the noted English suffragette said the other day to a New York reporter Your idea of militants Is that we are vixens tartars manhaters nut asa matter of fact wo have in our ranks some of the most elegant and fascinating women In London sorrclety J No tho roifant is not like Mrs Plane who tdto her daughter onei clayILoh at this pair of elastic sides Ive worn them three ytars and theyre rtH as good an new Im easy on clothes too Theres my tweed Just as fresh as the day I bought It seven years ago And hats glQves stock inpl fact Im easy on every thing Swept father eh said tho daughter without looking tUP from her booVSL Louts GlpbeDomo crat SC t Arc Light and Echoes To Improve tho acoustic propertles of n large hall ht the University ot lilt nols an electric arc light was used to assist the investigators in locating the sources of scund disturbance- Tho acousticSl properties of the room were wretched at the start but by a series of experiments within tIe auditorium itself following careful studIes in the laboratory the trouble has been practically cured Echoes were located by means of bu alternating current arc ljUght a beam from which accompaniedFbY the hissing sound of the arc was directed to various parts of tho room The paths of the light reflections were traced and verified by the sound- complete acoustical survey wa thus ittda of the auditorium resulting finally in the hanging okcurtalns and canvases In various parts of tho room as to stop the rCverbdnitlonsEag- ineening Record I Jo 0 EspeciallyWherf thatoppresslong1oursv though your back would breaK when your headaches constantly you are nervous de pressed and suffer airidonti CompPndi didsof 111 period Read what these three women say From Mrs Hornung Buffalo N Y BUFFALO N YTinn writing to let you know how muchmedlcihe Thin tone for me I failed terribly during the last winter your and summer and every one remarked about my appearance r stifered from a female trouble and had noappetitej IneedCdJJ took it and have gainedeight pounds have n goQd appetite antI am feeling better every dayfverybody is itsking me what I am doing anrt recommend Lydia EPinkhams V ifyouicishandyetSttanton St Buffair H Y didMIsA 91 Was A Blessing To This WomanSSo RICIDIOND VAIwas andalong on my feet JM all themedicines Itook 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I 4EIU1T AND SHADE TREES and pur flit offering of the re 4 markabte- Mamioatli t1 Pearl PotatoI I ir Free CablogsN Agents r HiF Billdnmeyer f Son 1841 Lexington Ky 1915 t HOW ANIMAtSiSENSEWATER Marvelous instInct That Evidently Enables Them to Detect Springs They Cannot See i The French posses a curious institu tion In the form of an institute of zoo logical psychology estabUshed on a farm near Pads This station com prises meadows and barnyards a stretch of forest had a large pond stocked with fish Then too there ate spacious bulldlngs ncludlng modem stables a riding scfeool stalls for iso atlng animals under special observe don an aquarium and a laboratory A dovecote Is placed upon the roof of the main building Jtjs reported by a scientist that an I Important conclusion reached by th students Is that some animals possess a special sense whereby they can deJ tect the presence of water even though they cannot see It The experiment- fA were undertaken at the suggestion c w an Australian who addressed the In 5stitution with reference to his experl 7 ences with sheep and cattle when beI r lag driven across country In a place where the presence olI Water was wholly unexpected the Ana 5j trallan noted some curious facts leading animals suddenly would Tbr their heads and draw long breaths Then they would abandon the beaten tracks and start running through tho brush Sometimes they would run for I J a mile and a half to two miles and could not be storied by the drivers their course invariably leading to a S 1vThe sound of the speaking colce must be transformed rapidly Into heat If It Is to be heap dlaUnctly When the sound persists the echoes overlap and the acoustics of a room Is faulty Bymeasuring the tones of the voice a lecture room of Harvard unlversit which were at first audible for lii and a half seconds after 4Dean Sabine of the graduate school o iI IsIin the room with reference to tile fac tors of reverberation Interference and resonance or echo with pronounc- msuccess An important article by hi in the Journal of the Franklin Institute concludes as follows While these several factors revel beratlpn Interference and echo In auditorium at all complicated cre themselves complicated nevertheless they are capable of an exact ratfeastof a solution as accura as are the archUectp plans In advance ot construction And It is entirely p Insiblestructlpn whether or not an auditorium willbe good and If not to determine r tkje factors contributing to its poor 4 acoMtfev LEd a method for their o wcttoa mnn lrlI TOWN wnnwWUlmw1iI f iWro W irlrlrtIi Local Happenings oF Interes The Freshest and Latestt I 1 All About Yourself Friends lnd Acquaintances ccrn at Edelec Barber jSred rooms for rent lights water Mrs Chas Eppersou For Rent Store room on Maini street best location in town Also a 7rocm flit Apply t- otL Burns itl A Burns Springfied has for sale a Noi good jersey cow Let ug demonstrate the Noi Work Ice Cream Fretzer to you J Edeleq 8 Barber ForSaleS C kI Cockeres 100 each JMrs JL Martins Quite a number of pupils of too Springfield Graded School are attending the Tournament at Lexington this weekI They went welll loaded and are expect ing to bring in srme goo Jgame Thesermon last Sunday at hn Methodist church by the pastor Rev 0 R Crowe on the Sect nel 1 Coming ofOhrist wan well re ceived and appreciated Rev Crowe will discussanolherinter esting subject nextSupday morn ing and night Beginning next Sunday there will be services both morning and evening at the Presbyterian Tne morning servh e will be Conducted by the Pastor Rsv R EtC Lawson and theJ j1a evening seivice by the Rev Willis lbompson of Pea anti Grove i Ladies and Gents Tailoring new or old garments altering relineing repairirg chemical dry cleaning sponging shrink ing garments pressing of a l1 kinds Gent fIt panama straw hats cleaned and reblockf d 1 make your old garments look like new if no too badly worn So give me a call Phone 6 R Springfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer Propf Main St Springfield Kv use the Ravcel Pest System for delivery out side of the city j ft The exitninalion for county high school graduates will lle held Friday and Saturday Teachers should encourage pupils to take this examination because it opens to them the doors of the County High School which gives the pupils a most excellent course without any tuition The examination will wHIbe held by tile Oouniyj3oardof Examicers at the Cjurt BouseITeachers examinations beheld May 2Jst and 22d for white teachers and May 23th ad 29th for colored teachers TOPICS rI VW ASTONISHING I How good teeth will change a person j Make old look ydung young lookI more attractive The following prices are from May fi to May 20 only Silver Filling 50I Cleaning i 50 Porcelain Filling t up 150 Solid Gold Crown 600rBridge Work 500 Plate Work 800 A good set of teeth has ajplace in business It is an asset to the woman or man seeking a youngI pleasing smiling face is in compelling force No matter how bad a state of neglect the mouthand teeth are in such as bleeding gums guinJ boils loote teeth etc They can be brought to highest standard of per fection i adopted at onc any scientific appliancesfor saving andreplacing teeth By your careful gentle and sympathetic manipulation climates unnecessary pain in the most severe cases and no pain whatever in ordinary operation cordially Invitation invite evary 1Anto come to my qffice at is no charge for consul fcr advice while matter is onyour mind iV Vaughn Stallard D P SSI Over Mrs Williams Millinery Store Phone 220 jUARANTfCD ISurvey Being Made Pn f Simpson Roberts witha number of chainmeu are making survey of the Bardstowu roadI tiday in preparation for the iStt te ad tOM is to beplaced on that road this year JDixie Highway lDuringo the pst week the e hasb en considerable enthusiasm as to the prospects of the Dixie jEiglnvdy coming through the county and there has been cor siderabl correspondence between city and county officials herd and promoters of the high way who are itterested in tin Louisville Bardstown Spring field end Campbellsville route tAt the conference of Goverorns some months ugoin Chattanooga jf jTun it wjs decided to leave the matter to Cou teen com miss toners appointed two from each Stits by the Goveruor and the ruLe will be located at a meeting Chattanooga on the 20th of this month The information required by the Commis lon has been sent in together witha forcible briofi There are sever connecting routes among them boing the Co rington Chai t nooga routoj the Luuis iIl and Nashville route and the Louis yule Bardstowo Springfield Lebanon Camp dbilc Cdlum bia and Chattautoga route M l 1 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Springfield in the Stateof Kentucky at the close of business May 1 1915 I No 1767 RESOURCES sLoans and Discounts notes held in bank 32508fil423 Overdrafts unsesured 371167 111SecuritiesLess amount unpaid 40000 2000 00 Banking House 3400 furniture and fixtures lt2500 5225OO Due from Federal Reserve Bank 212934 eDue from approved reserve agents in New York 12rDue from approved reser agents in other reserve Icities l827431148- Due from banks and bankers other than included inS or 9 8848 Checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank 169182 Fractional currency nickles and cents 18127 iNotes of other national banks 88900 Lawful money reserve In bank 1cent1Legaltendcr1 Total I 33786982 iji LIABILITIES IIYl II Circulating notes 9 5000000 Due to bahks and bankers other than included in 5orU 132280 Individual deposit subject to cHock SI2912997 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 1488514 dCertified Checks tJ 3000 14404511 Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days h 908510 T ta 33780982 STATE OF KENTUCKY 1nI lss County of Washirfgton I J C McElroy Cs9ierof the above named banksolemnly lUswearlhat the above statement is true to the best of my knQWledge teandbelier CMcEDROY Cashier sSubscrlb and sworn to before me this 8th day of May 1915 t 0 x R E FOSTER Notary Public f Correct Attest f IV ffV j o POLIN B L LITSEY H M GRUNDY rII Directors bit4 Program Sixth anuual meeting of Group Fur Kentucky Bankers Assecjation to be held ai Sprang field Ky Wednesday May 19th 1030 a rnM Called to Order- President J A Bpulwar Invocation Rev J Powell Tucker Springfield Address of Welcome ludga I H Thurman President of the Peoples D posit Bank of Spingfield Respons to the Address of Welcome 0 D Thomas Cashier MarionNation ai Bank Lebanon Ky- Address The Federal Reserve Bank and the Conntry Bank Mr Wni McC Mar tin Chairman of the Board Federal Reserve Bank St Louis Appointment of MoILUNOIII AFTERNOON SESSION Address Mr JWStoll President Kentucky Bankers Association Lexington Ky Address An Explanation of the New Mothod of Clearing Checks by the Louisville Clearing House Absociation Mr Hhnry D Orsmby Cashier National Bank of Kentucky Louisville Ky General Discussion of the Above Subject Reports of Committees Electiop of Officers Adjournment Lets liooit Our Town The Womans Club w ve aStrawberry Supperon Saturday afternoon and evening May 22 The proceeds are to help cleanup the town Commencements The ninety third commence ment Exercises of t Catharines of Sienna will be held in St Catharines Hall Tuesday morning June 8th at 930 oclock St Catharines is one of tfye oldest Institutions in the country The graduatin class being one of the largest in years The Commencement Exercises of the Springfield High School wili be held atJbe Opera House Wednesday evening May 26th This year there are seven graduates and the school is closing one of the most successful years In The Covrts Two negroes were tried be jre Judge Yarikey last week on charges of violating the liquor laws George Keene was given a sentence by a jury of ten days in jail The other negro Tom Parrott was charged with selling liquor and was tried before a jury Parrott claimed that be had no interest In the whisky and the jury believed his story and turned him Joose ohn Smalley was tried be fore Judge Yat key on examining trial and held on a 250 bond Auto Accident While returning to Campbella vii Ie from Springfield one night last week Messrs Leo and John Gowdy and a number of ladies had an accident which might have terminated worse than it did In passing a vehicle he came too close tD the edge of the bridge beyond the Spalding place when the auto turned over throwing the occupants out all of whom escaped with out serious injuries however the machine was very nadly damag- edPERSONAL LOUisIviile andMl sn County Tue day Judge 1 H Thurman was in Louisville Tuesday Hon W F Klair candidate of Railroad Commissioner was in town yesterday County Judgo Wallace Brown of Bardstown was here Tuesday on business Mr and Mrs David R Litsey and children if Fort Wayne Ind are visiting relatives bere Mr and Mrs Earl Snider of Lxingtjn are visiting at the home of Mrs Etta CLarlrfoa Mr T P o Bryan of Louisville and daughter of Lexington Iare spending a few days here Mrs C R Crown who has heeD visiting her parents in Ohio county and her sister Mra B F Atkinson of Louisville will return home thelast or the weeti Miss Mary Jones visited relative at Bardstown last week Mr 1bllsDr wrY of L juis yule was here Wednesday on bdsinesF Mrs Mollie Mayes is speed ing a few days4n Louisville IMrl1 M E Lake of Coving ton West Va and Mrs Sheller of Maysville visited at the home of Mr aud Mrs B D Lake this week UMr CW Clements of Unior town is visiting his parents in this county Mr I A Burns and Joe Polio will riend a Dixie Highway meting in CampbeUsvJle tnis afternoon TaylorMuir Miss Mary Taylor and Mr Nat Muir of Bloomfield were married last Monday in Jeffer sonyille Ind Mr Muir is a prominent banker of Bloomfield andiR aso oneof the leading business men off that place The bride is a daughter of Mrs Ella Bodine of this county and iia a very popular young lady with a large circle of friends They have th3 congratulations and best wishes of a host of Spring fiold friends Sparrow Mr G W Sparrowdied at his home near Folin last Thursday after an illnes of over a year of tuberculosis He was about 60 years of age and had always re sided in thq community in which he died He was a good honest citizen and well liked His wife and several grown children sur vive him Campbell IMr William Campbell died at his home in Louisville last Mot day of arteric sclerosis He wa 09 years of age and was born in this county where he resided until some time after reaching manhood He WAS highly re garded by everybody and was a gotd citizen When he lived in this county he sought the good will of all and was lublic spirited ard honest pnd fair it all his death te He 3 survived by qui e a iitber of halations iu the oun y Beatn Mr J H Beam died at his home at Early Times last Tut s dy of infirmitiesi incident to od age He was born in Moore yule In this county November 15 1839 He was three time married his first wife being a Miss Nail Hia second wife was Miss Margaret Thompson of this clrv who died in 1903 his last wife who survives was Miss Annie Pigg Brown of Bards town At the time t f his death he was President of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co of Bards tewn and of the Eary Times Distillery Co which he estab lished in 1866 He was one of the most prominent men of Nel son county and had man friends here Mudd Dr Lloyd Mudd died at his home at Holy Cross last Monday fcClar an illness of several months caused by injuries sustain td several months ago Dr Mudd wasa son of the late Donatvs abd Elizabeth Mullican Mud and was born in this county about 58 years ago Ho spent his boyhood and early manhood days here and was always a young man highly regarded by everybody Shortly after arriv ing at manhood he begun the study of medicine and after be coming a licensed physician he went to tha West and took up tne practice of his profession and while there was united in marriage to Miss Rosa Welshof Kansas His health failing Ie came to Marion County twenty five years ago and practiced his p ofession at tit Marys Chicago KYt and lastly at Holy Cross He was a very successful ph s ician and during his life bal a largn practice Clements r Mr George Clements one of Washington countys oldest ani highly respected citizens died at his home near t wn yesterday morning of senility He was born in this county in the year 1832 being a son of the elder George Clements who was one ol earlier settlers ot the county Ever since the earliest days ol tbe county the Clements have been among its most prominent people Early iu life be was united in marriage toa Mis Clements aS Union couu frcjJ J lioltGst Bffltile s5ta T 4fri Built in these factories Buggies built the andfoundervery word in hon testbuggy building Upon hat principle he has steadily built up from a smallhand shop of the industries ofthoutandstilltheexerpart piece must be made justmade of honest materialniadeby know how workmen and under the mot rigid inapectioa so ever employed in buggy building all that you might have and enjoy full value moneyMrl00000jfactories I You luflbodyshaftssuperiorAmcathein theworld Everything you could want or wish for in a buggy or aurrey fn here and see the Ames famous guaranteed buggies wouldcertainly bo mighty proqdof owning one IIOme A3CKiMBALLSpringfield Ky 4fBred Where IGrows j fe i l THE NEW FIRMIA- R1ShuItz8Co I 1 i i 11 rOFFICE BARBER PETTUS 1f c v c tA R Shultz has satisfied the people of Washington and adjoiiiinf t for 30 years WHY NOT YOU WIwiIIbegl tojiarft x with you on large or small contracts in the Heating Plumbfnf or I line for Buckeye ji 4 St 4 I GIVE US ACAij 1 f At v l4i IyblcLouisville Mis Margaret Mtnt omjry Miss Sue Clements ad Mr Charley Clements of this county and Mr Walter Clements of Union county Folow ingihi death or his firs wife he was later mirried to MiSI Martha Thompson who survives lo was a very high class tizei and had in him a certain noble ness of character seldom founij1 in him there was no dissimulh tbn his outward acts and word reveaiing at all times the Innw titan and no over hal any doultt on any proposition as to ju t where Mr Clements stood and a man of tl at type alwajscom wands the respect of his fellow men Funeral services ano burial were conducted at Si Rose this mortiiug =Forest View Mrs W M Blandford of Springfield sp nt Sunday with her dadghter Mrs A P Medley Mrs Sid Johnson who has been to the Lebanon Inhrmary for several weeks has rf turned home much improved in health The nice rain of last week did considerable good to all growing crops as we were needing it badly Mr and Mrs Wallace Carrico spent Sunday with friends aid relatives here Mrs Annie Riney ho has been on the sick list for some time is improving r Mr Rue Carrico lost a valuable m re thisweek by getting Hung a wire fence ana breaking leg so lad she had to be i Among those who attended ihe dance last given by Mr Tim Ryans near L retto were Mr Rue Carrico Walter O Br au Willie Osborae Damon Grem and place Thomas OBryan of thjs Mr R P Blandford who has been very ill for some time we are sorry to report not much improved Mr C M Smith is erill at this writfrifc withiLGrippe Mr J C Southland Mr Ber nard Mills of Loretto spent Sen aay here on business Little Miss Mallssie Johnson of Mautbn spout last week with her her grandparent Mr and MraR P Blandford of Cedar Grove fOLEYMION1ffANDfA ll arts tW j frevtnts lar 4iNATURESobeyeiCo tof con fathom for you Take tbs bark pf the wildcherry tree the toot of amdrak atoM yr ion fupe root queens root bloodroot and golden seriVaakc s saica t ti5cDClnolei Jo extract of them with jusMhe right proportion 11117HwilllI Doctor PIerces Golden Medical Discovery Itttook Dr Pierce with henssistahce of two learned ebemktr eityers 4hard vork CfPcrimmting toruako this pure glycerin f l J ircatctt efficiency and without the use of a particlcof alcohol t 1 Just the sort ot remedy you Deed to JUke riebvtblood and cure that lassitude osd feeliag of serve exhowtiesr Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery bean the stomp ol PUBLIC APPROVAL and has sold more largely lath put forty years than any other blood purifier and stOmachtosic Somo time ago I got out of health my itotnaeh teemed to be th wot of thr trouble writes Mn EzttA WitXIAliS of Belleville I commenced to doctor with all the doctors at home as well is w14 other pecialiits on itomach and diccstjve otxans Mono cemed to dt nny Inlact most of tbo medicines did roe harm Ftnalhr I wroti to Dr Pierce BuffaJo NY who replied ttatiwr that I had liver eom p1aIntth indigestion nnd conaOpaUoa and rdvised Dr Pierces CMdes 5arIiea1 Db overy and Pleasant ieflets The Discovery and Pellets ban put tne oa oy teetrcccnMtobojcstyhatI icodcd I notvorccovcrt riiboattaeto t r Pierce ThfVnt1lets ff O1 gp Uk LOOKS TO PUBLIC WELFARE Kansas City Institution Might Well Be Copied by Other Big Centers of Population The board of public welfare la anI institution In which Kansas City hall set an exampld for the whole country Delegations from other places repeat edly have visited the city to study the workings of the board with the Idea af applying Its principles at home The latest city to take the matter ap Is Chicago Recently Mr Jacob Bllllkopf of the Kansas pity board was Invited to explain Its operation to the Chicago Association of Com merce Following his address an ordinance has been Introduced In tho Chicago council by Prof C Mer Ham an alderman to establish a db partment ot public welfare with two bureaus Oue is the bureau of employment which Is ta operate municipal lodging houses and gather Information on general working conditions as well as to help persons find work The second Is the bureau ot social surveys to collect Information on living conditions In Chicago and to recommend ordl nances for their betterment The Judiciary committee of the council has unanimously recommend ed the ordinance for passage Cities generally are beginning pwatfsnme larger responsibilities for bettor con diLlon olJvlng Turplnlte is Engllslnvenon chemist who firstEnglishIt was an achieved the discovery that made the deadly gas turplnlte possible A generation ago he told the British asso ciation how he had produced lar aenlous gas so fatal in Us effects that the liberation of an Inpnlfeslmapr stlon of It meant Instant death to the person who Inhaled itlIr Turpln has converted it after years of experi ment Into the most terrible engine of war know to science It lasaid- TOO BUSY TO LEQIStAT That more than sixty per cent of the representatives in congress are lawyers and only 15 por cent arrf business men is bewailed by our sprightly contemporary the Wall Street Journal which would like to see this state of affairS reversed If the recent depression in trade were to be long protracted this mightbe no coinplished j but not otherwise Tha reason business Jtien arnot in con gress Js that tliey dont want to be there they are too busyNew York Herald tin Old fantikty the IGood Timber I counties Tinning Agents Pmrips extractadafterative 1 e Real Possum Hollow Uncovered e That Possum Hollow la an aetna place and not a tandy name for tionists is proved by the Putnattt Cotra Journals country correspondence Ity staff uorrespoaent at Possurr writes that JameS Kenner visited his sister James Kefine and wife called on Will Brancomb ant- wife 2d Kenney and others cut an hayled heir uncle James Kenney t t nice lot of w odf Mrs Dora Thorn p son Helped her aunt1 Mrs Kenne cook for the men who cut and haule wood for rana Mrs James Kr nej Will Brancomb and family move to the place Will rented from Janve Kenney Mortimer Hill and his slat Ruth called on James Kenney an wife It Is to be taken for grante that James Kenney fa the most WPt tar citizen of Possum Hollow Home fer Girl Varlck house Is allzstory buRdineVSIn New York which has been openeV for the benefit of the factory girls where they may obtafai room ants board for prices ranglag from U u J475 a week There U a sewing room with machines with electrical fconnec Uon where the girls may make their dresses The rooms are all sir IIOWU gle with the exception of one on each I floor and each contains an easy chairr chiffonier bed desk table nftit side chair Any working girl may become a resident Miss Margaret Shearer I recent Bryn Mawr graduate fIs lal charge I Might Help Some J am willing to give a woman what her ability entltlesher to tot I dont think a woman should get wcV wages 11 wish you wosld MT that to my UNtt Mayor WasTaklni No onan M Carl Louts Gregory who is the ua derwater photographer otThlrty Leagues Under the Sea Is whipping the 20000 feet of Aim he toekieYel lloiwstone park for tie ThahboasRr Mutual company late Abape for early release 1r Gregory Is the first ins tion picture photographer to receive a permit from the tetenim at to take the views A eaTer Btwpap r recently prlaji ari article aVrat C rigetting 5iayer to Nrform movies maW Greceq ssbM naked him to is tM rile but mayor refusecB sy4sl that his went to the mow HeUnwise t- Extremm Avoid euch extremes u a hot bh4 and Mid feet Bralns 7J zk 611lele eJ J g iSriRES my JOHN ERROL KJ WM flva years since Henry Thorn feyrihena struggUngt arUstbut now wr beginning tQ be Tmpwn In Ills profes lon1 stayed at Croft Inn It was a lltfle place tucked away In the heart of the Berkshire and kept byan old t count who look bparders to eke out rIi their scanty means And though old Mr and Mrs Bench i were pleased to see him there was a C certain hesitation about their welcome l He bad run down unannounced trust- ing to luck to obtain aroom To his urprlse and delight the house was 4 t t nearly empty t ff The only other gust was a charm ini young llady naaned Miss Marc an t And tjiough they ere inlro9uced with fl l t iAlWnformality Miss Marchant whose w rame Thornley learned was Rosp did not appear enthusiastic about boJ coming acquainted with himhIn fact on the third morning Thorn ley was so disgusted with his effort to win her friendship that he had al xnost decided to leave for town 44He was strolling along a country j IJaneln no pleasant mood when hI- t Heard the sound ota golloplng horse behind him He turned to see Miss JHarchant seated In the landlords old MhIoned buggy while the pony en Urely out of rand was running at full speed toward the railroad line And a train was sounding In the distance i Itwaa the work of an Instant for W3mTi1ornl to spring forward and clutch th 7ffonyi bridle Knocked down and f b dragged for some distance though ho was be brought the trembling steed to a standstill just aa the train thun Vdersdpast IHe must have fainted for when he awoke the pony was cropping grass contentedly by the wayside while Miss Rose Maichant kneeled at his side r trying to revive him 0You poor brave man she said as he opened his eyes It was not the words but something fn her tone that startled Thornley Miss Marchant was addressing him diatinctly as though he were an infe t L11 Vou Be from Old Man Beachs nor and Thor did not like It He i rose rather stiffly to his feet 4Will you permit ine to drive you back he asked I understand a lit tie about horses and my wrist may be stronger than yours t Hp saw Miss Marchants eyes widen In either consternation or terror I O hOtno she cried and sprang Into the butgyiThornley was not used to being treated with contempt and his stub bornness rose He caught the pony A by the bridle I am sorry jhy company Is so 4 tasteful to you ne said but I dist Insist You may come to some n1j Miss JIarchant screamed anc o slashed the pony across the flank It started off flinging him aside and ha j a rolled in the dust to see when he 1 rose to his feet again Miss Marchant S arid Ihe pony and theTuggy far In tha i distance A grinning countrymaii came brand topped iostare at Thornley who In Logood humor asked him what he 1 was looking at You ta from old man Beachs asked the fellow still grinning Welt what if I am Is there any 1thing amusing In thatr Thornley de I manded Tiyyokel scratched his head Well fi 1 guwglhere Is he drawled Every body seezn1o find old man Beach and 1J hlk His TsmueingIi r His mentals His bugs crazy peor t pie you know 1 guess youre one of J em aint you- Suddenly the explanation flashed across Thornleys mind Old Mr Beach Who had been unable to make xoach headway with his boarders five 6 years before bad had tha obsession that he could Increase his Income con rjhsidurnbly by catering to those men tally afflicted No wonder he and his t wife bad appeared embarrassed when Jbe appeared upon the scene so unex pectedly And Miss Marchant He edWhat a fool he been Hbad mistaken the poor hari J fora condescending and not very wen 10rwed Doaticsdshe had suffered a I iTwVuua Jneajtoown UH111lta that 1onyIs He left the grinning yokel in tho road sad started back as hard as he could go 7 At the top of the hill he found the r pony grazing the buggy behind It f1empty Beside the road Miss Mar chant was seated looking bout her in a dazed manner There jtas mud oa her dtesp hornley hurried upIto t her Hjfcaidedher to her feetrA3ir5 mist let me see you home f at oree he said and taking her un- rMttapjc arm in his hand he placed l tktherhand uPon the ponys bridle I 4Jriltke party proceeded homeward t f All the way Thornley caught Hiss t Marchant watching him in the samo tsru1Ar manner f d rr Alr Beiich was profuse in his polo 1t ttfg Hp would never have let Miss r i Mar kwtthave the pony if he had athj I imfr ThoraXey cutjhlm short T if 1i Jf1M eent tovfierTSomho said Then 1 JitJt th blJ A I r1 IlugOld Mr Beach stared at him Af flfctcd She aint no more afflicted than he answered 1BUtyear grimly Year after you left I had Plough of them Now Via trying to buiH a regular business again But vitsken mentals all his guests are sup posed to be mentals J3he thinks ypurc one What cried Thornley Why didnt you ten her 1 That accounts for the IWhttsI She wouldnt haye believed me Once a man takes menials everybody susI pects all his zt9ts are mentals Theyll be calling mo a mental soon II hoped youd flnftyeach other out but thbayoeajheyweeThornleys anger soon passed Frpm his point of view the old man was right If he had expl ned to each olt his guests that the other was not Ii mental would they have believed him He chafed and fumed the rest of the day because Miss Marchant did not leInghthereMrs Beach has told me all Mr Thornley she said How you mUltI lave hated me Can you forgive meI Thornley looked at her Something a his glance sent tho blood into ner tcheeksOn condition that youstay alolnj tlnjp ho stammered And long before their holiday hldIelapsed it was recognized that Beach had a new kind of mental case In his house which could only be tured as this one wasby a longIwhite veil and orange blossoms Copyright by W G Chapman New Scientific Discovery The old saying that fear lends wlnps t6t the fugitive should be changed In medical terms to that of his adrenal secretions giving hiln wings Under emotional excitement epinephrln is discharged from the little encapsu lated bodies situated above the kid neys sealing the blood in the essen tial organs oLthe heart lungs and brain as well as In the skeletal muscles Into these organs and muscles the blood first pours in bun dance from organ of less lmpoitanco tandtions of tie epinephrln The perjod of cexcitementl Journal of the merIcan Medical As sociation The organism which with the aid of increased adrenal secretion can best master its energies can best din forth sugar to supply the laboring muscles can best lessen fatigue and can best send blood to the parts es sential for the run or the fight for life is mos likely to survive Such according Jo the view here pro pounded It the function of tho adrenal medulla In times of great cmcrgencj i Keeping Flowers With Su According to the Florists Eschar two professors of the School of Agri culture at Rennes France have made some interesting experiments in pro longing the lives of cut flowers Onb hundred different flowers were used in the experiments and It was found that sugar helped to keep most ot them fresh but wag positively in jurlous to lilies and sweet peas It hastened the opening of roses and orchids but did not thus affect tulips daisies or chrysanthcmums Experiments were made with small quantities of chloral ether glycerin alcohol limewater and ammonia salts each4 of which served to lengthen tho life of various flowers Someof tha flowers kept In sugar and water lived four times as long as thRy ordinarily would The sugar does not have an eiactly equal effect on the different floui it preserves Carnations seem tp like a 15 per tent solution and roses do better in a solution of from eight to ten percent ding HI guess Pete Temperamental Ill get a ImpuiseI Great guns exclaimed Me8nde Mike you aint going to worH lnINot much I Jes feel kind haughty and independent I want pleasure of gcttln one o those task masters in sine where I kin say what 1 like to him an then resign I Phosphorescent Aeropanea Phosphorescent aeroplanes and air adrIIphosphorescent model flying machines recently exhibited before an Iwero some aeronautic new methods society he light marI be made of other color besides the familiar aeroIescent material may make a striking color display without carrying an an- preciable amount of additional weight The luminous glow of course will come only after the paint has been given a good exposure to light but the aeroplanes would absorb enough sunlight to give 9 noticeable glow some hours at nights It has also befl1rI found that mercury vapor lamps stimulate tho glow so the machines could be given a soaking in light be ayEveningRevives a Venerable Witticism The bat the rat movement In Kan eas recalls the story of the traveling witch as published a generation or mOre age in a magazine for youth The witch stopped at a poorly fur nlshed homo and asked for a nights Rccomtnodatlonplace Shb was entertained and im nextmorning t lure when the hostess reminded her ot the promise of the evening before Oh sure enough said the witch and picking up a stick lying close by sho Ieaned forward resting with ono end of the SUck on the floor and the other to both hands saldf Bring on your asf Kansa city Star Shwpenmcr the Cslc t Did you ever think of filing xno whflnIOs and lbpw grease but 1tpays first rataiIo IHonest IntPacklrig Pack fruit honestlycfromtoot 01 4otrJt1nestnbllhbingU w3ikt I EARLY SALES OF THE WEEQ Veteran Explains the Ceremonies That Used to Accompariythe Tobacco BreakjKevor heard ofa tobacco jJ b rOreakj veteran tobacco man of Eynohburg In the early days all tobacco was transported in hogsheads These hogsheads had shafts and by the help of a horse or mule each hogsI head rolled itself to market 4Thei tobadcoat that time Wire Richmond Petersburg and Lynchburg Each hogsheadWQ lifted fof the breakI or sampling for certain days in thEI week by private owicrs marks On enrning of the sale the hoops on ch hogshead were loosened and ont head taken out Then came the 1break The head breakman wielded a large ax made for the purpose and pried qn opening An iron break stake like a crowbar was run into tthe opening rind sample bundle of ttobacco drawn There were never gssand the samples drawn were taken as a fair indication of the ontcnts I have sampled many hogshead of tobacco in this way In those days tthe tobacco was sold over the hogs head the sample being placed On top INfNf Nfgr n Post RISING Senator Lorlmer and Representative Ralney Learn Something of BreakI 1fast Lorimer Hour Illinois In ArkansasI never their trip down the Illinois and Mjs Elssippl rivers several years ago when tthey sought to blaze the way for a deep waterway The senator and I had many novel RaineyII 6ur trip resulted In uniting 41 organ Izations under dig er dop banners One night we were floating about forty miles north of tho Arkansas line when it dawned upon us that we ought o put up for the night It was beastsly dark but we heard the barking of ogs and surmised we had struck a llumber camprI jumped out and knocked all tho bart off my shins getting over drill wood logs I finally sighted p hut and begged a woman there to find lodging for two Well pay twice the regular rates and even more and all we ask is that you wake us early so we can be on our way I sqld For a time the worn en hesitated but the proffers of double payment overcame her And she con sented to let Us stopr upII asked Wnl she replied we uns dow nshere hajo breakfast at four but if you gentlemen must get up early I reckon I can fix It for you St- LouisPostDIspatch fProviding for His Future So you have decided to send your boy to college Mr Wasserby Yes My boy is too jnodest to make his way in this world Judging from the effect college has on other youths J figure that three or four years of It will give my son catch a good opinion of Vlmself It will last a tis A Misunderstanding Will you give mo your name please asked the lady who was making a list of those present Excuse me said he between blushes but I will have to plead that this Is not leap yearTlue Path finder 1Nothing to Fuss About model husbandfor six months Thats a flub record And my poor wife finds life eo dull ehos about to die of ennui How Buliets iravei That bullets neither whine hlBH howl hum nor whispctr ncveliets to the contrary notwithstanding is infor mation given by Mr Edward C Cross man in Outing With one possible ex ception when In certain conditions of jpen country modern military bulb Is hist to those standing back of the Ur- tug linenothing is audible eccopt a sharp crash of air closing around the bullets base when it travels at high speed At a velocity of lGOO feet a likeIl Those who stand far enough from4l3 rifle hear the bullets crack and Lit er the dull thudding noise of the rifle It self which has been outspeedPd Jack London makes a soldier hit rt IImodrnthe bullet But the bullet would har killed him half a second before tbo Bound from tho rUle reached him Thre Woman Senators There are now throe woman sonn tors In the United States since Mir Kathlyn Clarke of Glen all was state Senator at n special ele ticn led Oregon She ran on the Democrat ic ticket ngalhst two men And won with a plurality slightly under ore hundred votes The other two wom an senators are Mrs Helen Rlns Robinson of Colorado and Mrs Prances Vlliard Munds of1 Arizona Senator Munds prepided over tho Arizona senate recently during consideration of a bill to amend theI law relative tQ thti fees and satan of county officers This is tho first time in this cotfntry that a W9uan ban presided over a legislative body PauperCharles rig member of the Poole trlbv wits found badly frozen and unconscious whipicked up ten miles from Towanda and hurried to tho poorhouse whore ho Is at the point of death Both ears his nose both feet and both hauda were frozen iglIepoorhouse falling by the wayside Dn the boone was his first ut terance upon bring reetored to con sdousness Hip dog remained j ful tfnd was lapping the face o tAllh1J Man when fwmd Towanda Pa Dis patch tb Philadelphia Record f WAR BLOTTED OUT HUMOR Comic Papers of Europe Are Publsh Ing Pictures Which Have a Bestial Quality jWar being fpnncled as Goethe said blottiEo mustp hear inmindwho lament the coarsen ingand vulgarizing which have come tfver the Comic papers of England theiriiicss of touch disappears and all thatt get is a series of brutal strokes IWIOne feels it in Punch Its carie tturcs of Emperor William seem h if nacked out by thoswordand leaveI tim little human semblance SmiI thciand EngI ashi have a bestial quality At them one rather shudders than laughs Their designers arc evidently filled with rage and fear making the artisttic result terrible perhaps buSnever amusing This extinguishing by the war of w reallyittrmong the peoples involved was inJ signawarlttruly is Only when we become cal lous titoi s psibJrather a pity to see the humorists cross the sea suddenly turn vitriolic aNewPOSTED A WOODEN SENTRY PeacoIIn 1805 Ferdinand IV was driven from the throne of Naples All the nembers of his family except an aged oalfsister fled to Sicily The victorious French who had driven Ferdinand from the throne ttreated the old lady with every consideration The new king Joseph Bonaparte left her property and her Income virtually intact lat he did order that the sentry who always had stood before tIle door of the princess and had saluted when she passed be removed And on this point In spite of the princess pleas he re mained firm The Bourbons ceased to he said and no royal honors could properly be accorded to a member of the family Tile joss of this mark of respect wounded the princess more deeply hant many more serious losses shad done For the first time she felt herself an outcast an e ilo in her own land She grieved so steadily that her strength began to fall Finally the loyal servants who had stayed with their mistress decided to relstorepearance on this dummy they paint NeapolitanItress to drive out They counted on the nearsighted facttbatshegate in her carrJage to make the ruse successful And when at last tho car riage did pass they saw by the glad flush that came to the princess Sect that she had not detected the decep tion From that time the princess revived The sentry never left his post and the princess never discovered the ruso by which her loyal servants lied re stored her spirits and her health Butt occasionally she did complain that an der the new regime soldiers did not present arms as they had done in tho days when her brother was kingDe Cute Kamerad j Great Discovery That Doctors In New York city within the last few weeks have found tho uso of ether extremely beneficial fn re storing memories of patients suffering from amnesia It is hardly probable that the physicians themselves real ize the wonderful possibilities of the field which they have openeC up Since the anesthetic can work such a miracle In restoring memories it is natural to suppose in the near future the method will become a common practice Wives married to stay oul nilnight husbands should order a bottle Immediately Then when he comes wandering home in the weo hours of the morning they can meet them In the hall as usual Whero were you they ask in soft tones tak Inga firm hold on tho poker with ono hand and a hidden bottle of ether with the other After he has laboriously descrlbedt of the sick friend he d nitir ui v Uli they may clap the bottle under his nose arid his memory will return No moro will you be reluctant to load to your acquaintances Tlzo makes no dif ference Fifteen years later when you discover tho side street the hoc rower had been taking to avoid you you can Just shovp that handy IHtla ether phial under his nostrils Yes simply have to rcraeujbor the 11tn11 mnstaJ1td and refund tIle loan interest No ddtibt about it etbor1 Is a great fl1 ervr MINUTE ELECTRIC Muisrt- What is probably the smallest working electric motor in Qk world was exhibited recently at UibTJnivcr sily of North Dakota by IT Ned lutuida jevtelor of Ei lsboro N In grainsIi turc 0071 inch diameter of com rileltrJ11lturoj tory supplies ttire energy AN eARNED TITLE TWit gentleman in the check suitt ntrodudod kimsclf to me asa ccien tific man Ho looks Jlessl like ta sci entist than a swindlor He is a swinjllarl but hes never bOot caught Philadelphia Eye ning LcdllcrJ WHY REMEMBER THE UGLY r RecallIDid you ever experience the cease tion of hearing youriolf physically described by another who did nothap en to know that you were within earshot If so you may have heard your self pictured as t1i abortlegged man with the Scraggly gray mustache you know You may have been pained or RmusedI it all depeads upon your ease of humor or the flthossof things Hut do not despair at your portrait Just listen Bomft time to a pair of men when one of them Is trying to recall to his companion a third individual the latter seen perhaps only once years ago by the auditor The gentleman egging the otlwr mans me pIs fewIlowing oOhfellow with long yellow teethhe parted his hair near his ear and ne ad a scar on his chinINow I do cheerfully replies the other at this piece of graphic descrip li bonlHef1red and wore big spectacles of or totso shell itAndbrinfrs qp tg why do people generally speaking reajartc defects and singu laritleH rathe than perfoctjcns iindj eauttus A man with long yellow teeth might have had finn eyes and a noble head set upon his shoulders andj n tbegtonRue might have huadaGreek profile nd an artists hands We arp assured that beauty Is every where yet people seem to take part c Isulareasier to see the ugly than the beauti ful In humanity but why take the eas ier waj HAD HIM SIZED UP HIGH Cleveland Mans Success Shows There Is More to Poker Than the Hold Ing of Hands There Is a middleaged attorney In Cleveland says the Plain Dealer it that city who is an eloquent speaker a good storytefler d fine llawyer and well an awfully good poker player This attorney got Into a little game with a few friends In New York tho other day says our informant With him was a Gothamlto who said very llittle but played his hands for nIl tthey were worth Finally the Cleve land attorney opened a pot for fivo dollars and tho New York man raised iIt to 10 The others dropped out and watched to see If the judge we will call him judge would stny The judge looke at the chandelier and said Did I ever tell you the story abet Tom Keller overjn ourjtown lieto hear what you are going to 4o about this pot before you start a story said the New Yorker ner ouslyTom was a lawyer and a joker He was the quickest man with an an swer I ever met Hcsever mind What are you going tto do about my raise Dont Interrupt mecTom acas the lawyer finished his story It funny but we havenVtlmo to repeat It here Everybody iajighed except the New York man Ho repeated Well what are you going to do abaat my raise Pardon me I see it and draw three cards Tho Manhattan man stood pat andt bet 26 That Cleveland man called him and showed a pair of jacks Tho New Yorker had a busted flush a said It wasnt good poker But how could you call mo on a pair of jacks he grumbled Easy Your first bet puzzled mo I dfdnt know whether you had a good hand or a fourflush nut told n good stry and you didnt Iruigh That showed that you werent sitting com fortably behind that hnnd even if you backed It with a raise If you had laughed at my story Id hun passed But you looked so solemn end worried that I backed my jacks flee f Wnat a gtuno it Is Radium and Cancer It Is noted by tjie Now York Medi eel Record that the facts brought out by painstaking and long continued In vestigation In several largo series off cases In tho Samaritan hospital at Heidelberg the Vienna Radium instl ute the Radium institute at London And other places are that radium Is not to be relied upon as a curative agent In the treatment of true cancer It la the matured opinion of thoso who have learned by experience that Inc al culable harm hits been tone by the widespread dissemination pf gross ox aggerations as to the valuO of radium In tire treatment of cancer and thattit will devolve upon tho medical profcs clan to correct tlieso fAlse lmpresIo as- a additiom to this emphasis shouldj for the present al least bo placed on font that po bDerablo coaser with Kltcnener the rjtcs One of the most cunuUirtlciit rice of Lord Kitchener sax Peanoaa Weekly is told of his campaign in llio Sudan It appears that bulpcia bad been shooting his messengers rund ordered that a telephone ire should bo carried across a certain stretch of thodeacrt As Kitchener bad ordered Itofcourse it had to be dune but there was much shrugging of shoulders for It was believed that after tlfe eftemy eechadcontrivance they would be sure tOtat the wire That is what happened fine and again Kitchener never complaint ho simply ordered the wires to be repaired Later on the fihouldor shruggiera learned to their intense surprise and admiration that the overhead wire was only a decoy Kitchener had caused tbo real wire to be laid underground Settle Dispute of Dirtiest City The longstanding argument whether Chicago Pittsburgh or St Louis Ia thodlrtlost American city Is about to be settled Soot gauges are In op oration which register tho settlings from tho air They have been in use severall years In English towns and have shown some startling figures In the East end of London the annual fall of soot and dirt amoudts to 650 tons por square mile Glasgow ran up a total of 1330 tons per square mile while the manufacturing city of Coatbridgo leads all the rest with an accumulation of 1989 tons per sqtiar wits every year 7 HOW TO CATCM CASE FI31I Bore Hole In Water aiid ceWithand Cant Get Ba kIWhen Fred Helskell was city editor of the Arkansas Gazette a cub re porter turned in a story that ran llike this Buck Seymour was seen tlivere r t Ducks after Teroyoung man called out the city editor this Igtory is Incomplete Wa dont print that kind of items in tlw Gazette Tell what Buck was rug with the auger doI II didnt find out tile cut stammered Well 111 tell you this one timeI Plainly he was going after grease fish You catch cm by boring a hole In the water and baiting the surface with rled5prnlis The grease fish comes ut eats the prunes and swells up soI he cant get oaclc in the holeNov York Evening Mail Merely an Oversight The party with the uncut hair had eardd the newspaper editor in his and submitted some verselets nqt ecessarily for publication but a a guaranty that his nervo was still on the Job taU to seo any sense inrtbis stuff growled the man bfhIDdthe blue pen ell The verse carpenter erbnced at heI manusrrliit in the editorial hands Pardon me he said I made a mis and handed you a poem Intended for a magazine Indianapolis Star He Came From Boston Professor Zucblin once told the fol lOwIng story to Illustrate how Boston people are looked on in thi West In San Francisco a gentleman once gave a boy a nickel for a shine I beg your pardon sir1 saId the boctblack handing back the coin The nrice is ten cents What exclaimed the gentleman we pay only five cents in Boston Oh be you from Boston came tl aiiirk tenly Then consider your t mv CReSt XRAY LOCATED THE tRlNG Valuabc Diamond Recovered Froni Elephant Who Had tfor a Pcan MistakenI Minnio is an elephant performed at a summer resort and she was called upon recently aiisltI ct a performance not announced the hilts Sfco nail to undergo an CII IrtH examination not because of a physical m edof it bu because she TId J swallowed a diamond ring and its whereabouts In 4ier iuternals hr j to be discovered in order to recover It According to the Scientific Anieri tcan Minnie was eating peanut out of the band of a man wearing tlie eIuIable ring when t be playfully the salivacover end of her trunfc overthe fingers of the hand in search of more peanuts and to 1h meet antI consternation of astoniShI took rhe ring along in She quickly tossed it into he yawn ing mouth heedless of the fdtllc efI1forts of the owner to make her drop 4Igraphs had to be reported to Minnies side was marked off into seven sections ani seven Xray plates were marked to correspond with num tbelS painted on her eideOty after another the pb rtograplis were mado of her Interor to the exact post lion of the ring It disclosed Itself in plate No It had become flrmly lodgid hi the throat of tko elephant 1She co hOt cough it wp nor would It go down A veterinary surgeon Sac Eaminoued nod be probed the anlmui a throat fur the ring Tho fuIraM gun vaa toou recovered aJ4juirii vas lione taa ivorge for htr nioteI eipcciuice HIS NAME A PEN TWISTER But Bootblack Will yritelt on Thirty Three Hoiet esters One for Each Letter l If Christopher Nleborohcrcbderopol ouip Sun Mateo buaibluck keeps tee boleinu pUdgehe took when ho started on his flfst yacaticu in tUree years it i will be necessary ron him to spend a considerable part ci his vacation in exI erctsing his ponirabuhip f ChrisiopUcrwho usuaUy deletes tho fin t few Idlers of his real name and goes under the title of Opol ds llIre sworn tuat he will tpend every tent of his three years savings In travelling from city to city until be las inscribed his full name on as many hotel regis ten as there are letters in his name TillS means that ho must become r guest in 35 hotels in as many differ tint cltiis It also means tfcat in thot net of registering alone he must form more thim a thousand letters For tunatfly Christophers savings amourt to 1200 so he should have ami j funds and ample tlmo to carry out thj program he ass tapped out for him 1slCTirliitopher rd a bet to carry out thfl terms of hU pldge and be back tn San itec viliii three months Sen Francisco Disp tvn to the New York SUB J WHY ONE MONT TANGO 1e Would Like to Daace But the Mu ala Put HIm Out and the Girl Got In His Way t Ramsay Pe prt secretary of the tt6rican Silk ManuaPtur rsk asfiOCli Joe pointed out recently In Now York that thq tango had enlarged tile silk tmnlnrss by 250000 new looms and plndlesi The tango the onestop the hesltw Uun and the other new dances Mr ougnet said have caused the aver 4ce woman who bought only one ow sown a year in the put to ilrnt ITO three and four now gowns now 1ItePeugnet went on that all men arent 1ko DIane DIane sat disconsolately In the moklas room ubile all the other icaests atn bail were tangoing like wad WhY Blanc what are you doing here fWhy arent you out on the floor taagoftK man hla hast asked i tdont tango piano answered you dont tangof Iasltble hew on earth ta it tlMit you dtat twigor Well Blanc laid iiliyfa like tid tenfo andlo ttaorJythe tjJHot11e Jrets1 ny wJty i J i 7W o iiFniniIt Always Helps a M Mrs womanstonicInwriting tenbegan to use Cirdui my back and head would hUrt so bad Ithe ain abletotaking three bottlesof Cardui 1I began ttd feel like I soongainedhouseworkItsI millI would give I CcmuiThe Womans Tonic t a trial Ijstill use Cardui when I feel a littje bad and it always does me good Headache nervousnesStiredofwomanlys Cardulforwomen for more than fifty years Get a Bottle Today IIiiif Aid to Busy Foll tt f The telephone aids the busy farmer to keep in touch with neighborhood affairs even during the rush season He can call his neighbors mittie a evening and discuss the events of the day and arrange plans for community work after the crops are llaid by telephoneSeeour free booklet an4see how small the cost is FARMERS LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED LOUISVILUE KENTUCKY I t L DIVORCE YOURSELF j From Dirt Dust and Drudgery by uniw a I Combination Pneumatic Release from broom drudgery from theSweeperIIIng and lifting furniture sad from the of dustand germs that are rIsed by the and the ild carpet tweeper cad tire ue of the Duintley combination Paeumatjc + Sweeper which although easily operated by hand creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt and dust found in your and carpet and ot thi same time the rerolving brush pick up all lint pins threads etc HEDUXTIET are laideia three and sold widera rigid guvantee for one year You nay cr75 Duet ley in your own home for days Frooof Charge For more detailed Information write TODAY fAgents Wanted r iii = IhildrenCryfor Fletcher nlC lUnd You URvo Always oug1t and which has been In for over SO years line torno tho signature of 1 nUll hug ucon n ado under Ills pet sorihl supervision since its fcfoncy Allow no one tn clecelvdyouln this All Cortntcrfclra Iniitatioivs and rvistafgood are butJExperiments tluit trlj irirtih and qnclaiigof tho health of Tufaats rind 2hlidrcuExpcriciicQ ngrainfit Experiment What is CASTORIAw Cftatorin ia n Armless uhstlt to for Castor 011 Pare gone Drujud Soothing Sjrtips It is Pleasant It contiilic neiifti Oilnm JIorpIlna BOP other Nflrcotfo- Suiiietace UJitg is Its gtiarantco It destroys Worms and allays Ftvetislmcss It cures Diarrhoea and Ylnd Colic lJTieVef Tdlt11fngTroucc cures Constipation mid Flnfiiliiflfcy Jtf rt elm Ifttc 9 tIre Food resrulnteattho tnirisciicAhUiitcohyI1g Iialt and natural sleep t The ClillarenV InaaoeaTno Bfotliers Friend GENUINE CATOR1A AWAY53- ears the Signature of tZ 1Vi X The Mild Tai Have Always Boughtt Wt- n iUse Pif Over 30 yean fIjteIwTAtJsoMpAt rIsursAysrricLzncwyonaclvfr 7 j- ai4ir i NewsLeader and fouisviJI tini + i