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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c r EStIABLlStlEti l S ANNO DOjJJllVl 1883 4 1 T ttw s I i g SEfilES YOL XXXI No 15 COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 27 I95 1J J L JsAOIs LAST BAT lIE1 r i 2 SamUel tJJlav t3I4 1pjstresMci He Asked Aid of the Witch a fEndorDp eivcd by Evil Spirits Th Rattle Lost Saul and Jonathan SlainTheSon of tim Bow or SaulI 4Diad March David King of Judah Later King of AIJIIsrael Ij U tny Strength and tny Shield VI IIdPed1Palll Ir pEBSECUTED hnd hunted by King Saul no place was sate for David The Philistines desiring him for a friend rath er tlian a toe gave hint and his fol lowers the city of Zlglng While re siding there Davids conquests verq orer the AmnlekItes 4IeiinhIme the end of Sauls reign waS iicarlng A fresh Philistine Inva sloh required all thQ army be could muster and he felt very dubious re spectIug the resilts Although In birth ouy with the Divine regulation he bad ordered all who claimed Ho com munlcate with the dead to leave Israel nevertheless some remained In his ex tiethItyKthg Saul visited the Witch Enabr A i 4Tbe witch got Into communication with the fallen angels who she sup posed as splrltual isfs still suppose Were the spirits of the dead But the Bible assures us thatthe dead know nbtanythlng Samuel was sleeping With his fathers axiiltlhg the resur rection Morning The1 as now evil spirits through me Idinms personated UacW inquiring of the dead and upthe LordJsevered ns Instead of tbe dqad In this case the answer was that oh the next day the king and his sons would bis defeated and slain The Bible clearly teaches that the Ideadare dead and can give1 no Infor mation whatever that they are sim ply In a state of suspended animation awaiting the bettcij Day when Messiah TVillvbring the knowledge of Gods glory to all as the result of His Ransom I sacrifice at Calvary The teaching that the dead are alive contradicts Gods Word and isjthe foundation of the grievous errorS which have dls1 tressed Christians None would pray for thd dead or say masses for their release from Purgatory If they knew that their dead were merely sleeping until the resurrection Tho Song of the Bow When David beard of the defeat his sympathy for Saul and Jonathan was expressed In beautiful pcjem t2 Sam uel 11727 The Dead Slnrch from Saul Is an attempt to put Into modern f Imusic Davlds Song of the Bow In the patUe Sauls sons were killed x Including Jonathan Saul himself was wounded Fearing lest the Philistines would torture him to death he finally suicided A young Amalckitc brought David the news telling that he dispatched King Saul at the letters requestrprobably however manufac turing this part to bring honor to him self But David commanded him to bo put to death Realizing that tie time had come to move from the Philistine country Da id Inquired of tit Lord by the priest and tboccphod Tbe answer was that he should go to Hebron in Judea Thither David atu his companions re moved with the families and the tribe of Judah hlii own tribe prompt ly recognized him as their king Klng Sauls son Ishbo bet had survived and Abner Saul chief general had him anointed king of Israel Finally Abner apgered with King Ishboshcth prop sedto become Da jlds vassaL Kb g David appreciated the proposition bubtless considering iii It the Lords will However the mat ter did not carrj out for Jpab Da vids nephew ifcjvv Abner deceitfully Instead of rejolclijs In Abners death the king mourned for him and denounced hLr course ndPIvswrong Sbgrtlyaf misunderstanding King Onvld slew King Ish hnsfipth and hroueht his bead to David expecting to be rewarded They also were condemnedJ and slain All these things endeared the king to the people who per ceived that he was broadminded and generous He seems tQ have had i great apprecia ion of justice and Also a breadth of fymjmthy for hIS iicin 1 Finally the other David Anoblld Ableveii tribes taTit 2edDavid to lie me kuiig over nil Is reel This way probably seventeen years after his aiiuluthig by Samuel Intth and pnllc murk ry step ot- f those years ami TltjJ Davids character as we couL t otherwise have known it tli udciir was + Ch1efi11mauites d in I1i evotlon to GourUbd lili subiiitaslatt tb Cod wlh1 Meantime Klajr David iall gro Btrong io conqunhig liU enemies thi Lords enemies nod hnd declared tlvt- vj tbe iniquity of the Amurltes had come to the full fliul hnt they should he de stroyed Whctl T rtrxtroyed In battle by pestilence f mine or wntthe Di vine Sentence lost be carried out Those who died by Israels sword will awake Intthe Millennial Itinxdom XLey will tl111 e treed frpm Ignoiniiee and eriperstltlpr with Meralnua Kln dom ready to liplp them bad to hu roan perfection lost In Eden redeem ied nt Calvary t ff 8ALEt5 maTe shoes 4FOR ci f fM4d BrderI iWeigbiD I lbs RyjpXs yjceralso t o S J Pretsbyteatjj The ladies cf tile 5upperIIMt r r JIIc4TES7LlI34fd4Ii3d13Ra iJ7 t 7iirL3 tIf i tJ1 2 yljft SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON Melon Fdfr FOrd Owners Announcement that another Ford meon of more than 815 000000 would be oliced was made at the New York office of the Ford MotorCompany This time the Fo purcdses are t be benenYiaries of tbe dist ibu tion of profit Mr Ford said last yeir that the company would share Its proGts with its customers if ita sales aggregated 300000 carp between August 1 1914 and August 1Q1ach customer was to receive 5 auT It was said at the Ford office iit was assured that ills 30000Q cars wouldbe sod by August i next Mr Fords words were quoted us follows Burring the unforseen the ributkm of 550 per customers uce August 1 last will take place a year from thatdate From present indication it was stid the number of cars sold by August next will be 325000 TJiis will make the cusomers 16 250000 Is This Locust Year We are not certain that this is or is riot locust yea but certain vitis locust blossom year and whellTer or not the p st locust will bother us or nota drive through tthis section 40f Central factIthat there areonany wore locust obIare all white with b oom and add beauty to tins favored section of Gods foot stool The foliage of all trees is unusually heavy but they do not hide the pretty bloom of the Iccust which is distinguish able in1 every clump of trees By the way this beautiful coun try never looked prettier than now and with good grass bump er crops coming and many things combining to make better times ahead there is every reason that we sfcould be gad that W live in len ucIry a free Country where wars besiileuce and famine are unknown and where every prospect please and even man is not so vile The Cologne Gazette says that Germany will not violate he neutrality of Switzerland thatt the case of Swiizerland is differ ent from that of lelgiuoi The only imporlant difference is that Switzerland has so god an army that it would cost more than iii SwissI r Rapieri Spalding The wedding of Miss Martha TatRtpier of fiardstown n dIMr J LaMotte Spacing of this1 city were quietly solemnized at St Josephs church iin Barbstown Wednesday moQgingyit 6 oclock Rev J C OCdUpator of is the church perfounoa the cere 111bdrTime only attendmtf were Mr Victor Kelly of Baidslown and Mr Carl Spalding of this ciy a- lbrotlieqriutn 1m m d flatelythe young people left for a brjdal trip to points 10 the east and will weeks be gone for ten dloYsortwo Miss Rapier is the daughVer of Judge F Uoone Ripior and iis 4 one of Bardstuwns best known aftdmostattrautive young ladies She has frequently visited here where she has nuin rbus friends and iis much admired Mr Spilding iis a sn of MII and Mrs Alas C Spalding and is a will kn wn young business m Ln lie has for several years been a bookkeeper at tao Farm ers National bank and is also nON serving his second term asIIII City Clerk of Lebanon He enjoys a wide acquaintance and isiivery popular with everyone Upon their return frym their bridaltript1r and Mrs Spald mg will make their horns with Mr Spaldiogs parents on Eat Miin street Lebanon Enterprise LebancnWants New Depot 1Backed by the city council commerical club the fiscal court andi number of prominent citizens a petition will be fi ed next week with the State Railroad Commissioners urging that a new depot be built in Lebanon It has been rumor ed for several years that the L N already have the plans fort a new deotdrawnaud will read 1 ilvg ant the request The peo pIe buck of the movement are c nndent thutLbbanon will have Innew depot within the next few months Lebanon Falcon With Ih certainfyorone large factory being built at Newfield and a probtbility of six others to follow soon hIlt part of York county seemsabout to enter an era ofr unwonted prosper fyrJ Maine Fal uerIAndsimilar indication of prosperity tire cropping out throughout the Stutr Maine isI going tu keep up with ihe pros perity proccssionPortand Eastern Areus 4 I Y will make on Cloth IIWe thing consisting of HartSchaffner Marx 3500 Suits 2500 I Hart Schaffner Marx 3000 Suits 2250 Hart Schaffner Marx 2500 Suits 1850 Welworth 2500 Suits 1800 Welworth 2250 Suits 1650 I Welworth 2000 Suits 1450 Welworlhf 1800 Suits 1350 II d I r I Remember I remember r remember the house where I was borniht tie window where the sun came peeping in at mourn Ycud hardly know the old place now Dud is uptodale and tne farm is ientij1c from the back lot to the gate The house and tne barn are lighted wim bright ac ley line the engine in the laun dry is rtfn by gasoline we have silo 1we have autos we have dynamos andi things a telephone or gossip and a phonograpb that sings The hired man has left uswe miss his homely laCfI a lot of college graduates are working in his place There an engineer and fireman a cnaulffeur and a vet Mectriclan and mechanic Oh te farms run right you btt The little window where the sun came peep ing in at mourn nV brighten up a bath room hat cost dida car of corn Our milkmaid p e imatio and s es sanitary to but dad gets fifteenf cents a quart for milk that once brought two Our cattle came from Jersey and the hogs are all Duioc the sheep are Southdown betuiies and th chickens Plymouth Rook To have the bestof everything thai- s our aim and plan for dud not only farms it but hes a businessman May Seek State Office Rfc D Thornbury awe lhowl Democrat of Lebanon Jg b j strQngly mentioned asb roba candidate for the Den cratlc nomination for Cominissicu olI Agriculture It is urged in luis interest that the fourth Con gressional district has only fine candidate for a State office andi thata minor one Mr Thorn bury has ben a practical farmer aiyl is thoroughly conversantt with all the requirements of the office to which he way aspire He has the matter under consid- erliolt and may share his castor in the ring Louisville Tunes Notice To Ce it rsII All persons having claims sO against the estate of C E Gib deceased are hereby noti nVd to present same to the un derigned propnrly proven 0 IOr before the 6th day of Jun 1515 All persons indebted OJ 11saidestatearefond settle same Immediately This May Olli 1915 IRoB S WAUKEU SHALL THE PEOPLE of to u Be Taxed For The Destruc tion Of The Small Town of Merchantf Our present jDepartment of Agriculture seems to be guided visionaries who are holding IIiamerrII change the proud postyon of in dependence tIit has made this country the Mecca for European Peasants and to adopt the cialistic methodsl that these peasI Itplorei Iti the manufacture who nukes his ttoolsnerchant who brings them 10I his door and patiently waits fotthis lpay till next years crop hdharvested are his oppressors and not his friends Under the guise of teaching better methods of farming and marketing many of the U S ItGoverimrneiittors have revived the dreams of cCommunismfarmers to bad together and ouy all heavy goods in carlots direct from the manuf icturer and to depend on the tatilog t dSousestead of ichiuJiagriculturt they are preaching class hatred a d the Catalog House m gju veil afford o double their sabI lei Men wilD probaby never read ven an elementary treatise onI economics or handled a baolt i count that ran to three figures propose to clmnge overnight the economic s st in 01 whch our tinancfu1 bii 10 meal iife i i if based tnJ eveis lo dealroy tile small town aioyud which our mst vital aoihul and religous life is gathered In cine of our current maga ziiie we tind a vivid picture ofI the Utopia r for which our farmers areasked to exchange their present position as tbe Backbone of America The experience of Hans Gar bus an Iowa farmer is fimiliar tosome He tells o his strg le to own a tarmof hea ing the agitation of co operative buying and receiving a1 aoog from a JmLiI order houseof buyn iig ods by caif and getting up nJclUb of farmers to do likewse jof how thrifty the little village adjoining his farm asf how the merchants were willing to help every honest man over badI jyears or periods of misfortune wTw toCDal c UUI rI1 For The Remaining Oats oft May I IIWe WII11YIake LowPriceson our entireI ockII I CLOTHJNG SPECIAL PRICES PerfectionI r i RUGS i II- JUSt Received a nice Assortment of size Rugs roomII10 112x13 12 Axminjster Rugs 30 30001iLace Curtains 50c to Wall Paper 4c to 25c 700IIMattings and We are making the lowest prides on RugsIIwe have ever made 1 I I New Stock off Womens Misses and Childrens Slippersin Pumps StapsI IButtons and Laveliers 1 G 1nMi1 I III ii TIj ti L UN t 1e the town fiil 6f perrple who came to worship and to visit anfl tradeand then how gradj ally tha merchants begin toj lessen their stooks thr ugh sack pntronage how difficult it be ame to get some article needed or sickle s or death One by one the merchants moved to other tuwns where their services were appreiatd Gradually bearing1Ilibrary and hotel and the Jocal newspaper gave pace to the heap story paper and the mail order journal IThere is ho bisintss and maintainIi hat had formoriy been paid by the town p ope were shifted to the farmer in the form of it drect axesto make up for tie postal eficit This farmer says Nine years ago I coudhave sold my farm tot195 per acre It is too far from a live town where the bet n lass of farmers live He wants a place near schools nd- hurcheswhere his childrer can have educational social and religious advantages f havI avkened toIhe tact that in conjj tributing my part to the million- ollitrproflts or the mail order hou s and in helping to destroy f my uAufoWfi it liarcost mee 560 in nine years and isoaltel my fa uily from the things tnatI make Ii e worth while frile c is no greater need and no great field fur service than ihil whch lies btfore the farm demonstrator today and theie Ie no more conscientious and efficient public servant than aomi of the m n who are tilling tnese pos tions Wherever the Farm D justrator has devoted iii t me teaching the farmer tj produce better crops and to market them more efficiently he is receiving the support of the farmers and business men of hi county and every legitimate nusiue s interest heartily endors es this real demonstration work But the e are also men hodiri hese positions throughout this Middle West aud South and es pecially in the State of Kentucky whose only criterion of value is tIme word Cheap Itand who sjem probably because of hfI ccident of birth of receat training in those occupations wbeit the successful merchant is re arded as a natural enemv to have furgotten to educate 111I tUeir zeal to agitateb Kentucky needs Faun DVm 0 strator in each county but the men who are to lead and to teach our people fchould be in sympathy with their tradition they should preach only those things that they know to be true and thex should be broadminded enough to regard our social and religious life as a part of our pbssessions LE STOCKARD Middletown Ky Attacked By Prisoner HarAdsburg Ky May 23 Tonight in the jail Homer Reid a negro convicted at the term of Circuit Court which adjourned yesterday of the charge of break ing into and stealing meat from a farmers smokehouse and who va to have taken to time peni tentiary this week struck jailer Albert TatJin on this foreherd with on iron bar three feet Long c using probably a fatal wound Tatum drew his automatic and tired at the negro but missed Mis Tatum rushed into the jail Jbrrdor v and threw herself be tween her husband and the negro who then mide bis escape Tatum is nuw under tbe care of a doctor Reid who is still at large is a paroled convtc bat lag four years yet to serve He was arrested by a datectiv9iu- Leington about two months ago and brought here and lodged in jail Bloodhounds will be brought here to attempt the negros recapture We cm save you money on Mens and Boys dress and l work shoes E H CampbeUBro DonVfpigettue special matij j nee at Walnut St Tneatre Saturday afternoon at 480 p m f t I Hwt Detect the Alum Baking PovyllfcP ljrWhich are the alum baking powders I how can I avoid them unless they are named t9 asks a housekeeper Here is one way take the can ofa low priced powder in your handand read the ingredient clause upon the back label The Illaw requires that if the powder taLtEfif that fact must Le thcrrcfstafe J It yoidone of the mgredients named alum or sat phate of aluminum you have found an alum baking powder There is another and a Eetter way You don t havetQt know the names of the alum I onlythatpow and the purest and most healthful baking r powder beyond question l I c FareBlight FireBlight undoubtedly tlioj urostr eious di ease that con front the Irfentu ffy frut arvwjr a today SHU Jose 13altnoi o treP5areflol rope y spra cd IIhe irphisl Iled l easiy conii as are offIi orcliad IiUi liieTbeen suci j Csi fnl mOl arni cot quered t a fIfr promising o of fruit ruinea J na ahiit timn In fact blight has been te m d t e Great Black Pipgueof fftut indujslry It hast hbeenannual loss of 2 aCOO6oa t the ItBIiIt IElossesmatic effort shouiuVbe made t8 tcheckPears and appjes are more subject to the attack than areI any of the other fruits In fact the writer would not urge the planting dff comm rical rear orchards in Kentucky for the time being until more definite means control haye been work ed out Certain varieties of ap pies are more suscepliole thane j others and hIts well lra grow er to consider this point in mak ing an extensive planting Bight iscaused by a minute germ or organism that lives dur a ng the dormant seascn Tnese cankers are formed at the base of the fruit spurs on ttie branches and in extreme cases cn the arger limbs and trunk of the tree Every fruit grower should acquaint himself bthe ap pearance of the canker and de g stroy it as soon as noticed If every canker could be des posed of blight could be held in c trol B ight usually appears shortly after the blossoming period and first noticed whentbe blossoms and tips begin to wilt an J blacken i Of Len the trps of the branch tS only are affepted In othtr s instances it may extend down the twig or brapchj killing it as it progresses The twigs and lleaves appear as if they hJ been scorched by tire hence the term tireblight l It is almost impossible to cut all the diseased twigs on a bad blighted treee during the grow ijag sanson Fse131ighti Is a problem involving the cojniHUn ity hence an organizfed endeavor should be made to check itrI1 Learn to recognize the disease in its yarious stages clejin up the orchard and encourage your nei hbor to do the same thing Do not be misled recarding Ute socalled bli htcures1J There is no patent cure and no one should ever attempt to cure blight by spraying inoculation or soil dtctoring Insfects par ticularly aphis ana aats spread blight Use the sprays against these If necessary J HCAIIMODY Exteusion Horticullurist Chemical Dry Cleaning spong lagi and pressing of all kinditab Ladies acdGentssaVineuts also old garments worked uvdr and new garmeuS Wade tp lit you Phon 6 R FW Baumbauer KyIProp Man oJ iplngfleld Consider The Editor sonstdertltsQdttor He wear Jt1i purple anifintr linen HIS tJeis amongst the aansio tb richHis wife lath her limoufciao and his firstborn V sporteth a racing Lthat can jiii her up InJorty flat Lo All the people breaketh their i e lkstdhahd him mon t A child is born unto the wifs If merchant in the bazaar Thi physician gl ttpth 4en goldiu I plunks The edifcir ritotha stick and a ta rand telleth tiiij JrAultitudf that the chld tippet beamat nine pounds Yea 0 ro lie th even as acenturron lAnd the proud tatbergveth hini v r imacromo C Behold the young one grow th up ad gradnatetb Afl he editor putteth 1 btorbis paper swell noice He Itelleth of he wisdom ofitheyoungwuman and of her exceeding comeliness ike unto the roses ot Sharon Is she and her gown is played up to beat the band Arid the dreo 2 matter getteth two score an four iron men And the ediio getteth a note ofthands from tbaSCFi0 The daughter t JSOeth on ja journey And he editor throw v th himself on tile story of the farewell party If runneth a column solid And the fair one rcmembereth him from afar wi h 4 picture postalcard that cosle h eijtfor a jitney v Behold she returnetb and the youth of the city fairdown audlworship Sha pick eth one and lo sht picketb a llemon Bu the editor calteth him one of t ur most promising young men ei4 x etteth awav with it And thoy send unto him a bidito the wed ding feast and behold the bids are fashioned by Montgummery Bawbuck in a far city Flowery and lIpng ta tbe wed ding notice which the editor print eth The minister sgett eth ten bones Th groom standeth the editor offIfora tyv lye months ubscription All flesh is grassland in time the wife is gatheredinto the slip The minister getteth hit bit efr Tne editor printethdeath noWces itjtwi columns pf o6ituary1ttrri p lodge notIces a cubit ot poetp t and a cud of thanks And li J forgetteth to read prcof on the head and thd darned tIii g c imeth ouItGone1o Her Last Roasting Place J And all that are akIn to the deceased jumpeth oifti e dltor wih exceed grest jumps And they pulleth put their ads and can elletb thursubscrlpliou and they swing the hakmecain o the thjrd and ourfti generations Canst thou beatity For Sale1 yeiarling filly 12 year old horse 1 yer old mart guaranteed to work anywhere and not afraid of automobiles 1 2horae wagon grfod condition Albert Mudd4 Springfield rtrg 7 FORsAL IfInIboulhl truck we wiLl Wbne of tJS us lord tourLngariCkCp Oibe11 Bios It- For RontStore Mgin slreetbijIOCIt1O luti tOW Afa 7room at App1j4T1- JA Burns ic ill NW5LEADER RINGFleLD KY Ptn UBMZ BVBRY TH0B8DA- TlAMESJIj MOE JOSEPH POUN t E trsand Publishersto Entered at the Springfield Ky Post C offlceai secondclass mail matter r1 Announcement ioi Railroad Commissioner SHON WM F KLAIR f4 Ligton Fayette county an nonncS as candidate for reelection as grdaction jbf the Democratic voters In the August primary We are authorized to JOHN E NEW MAN of Barddtown Helson county as a eaneidate for the Democratic J ncmintionfor Railroad Commissioner PrimarySatu Yp AIJudgejf We are authorized to announce I H Thurxianas a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial district subject to r cthe action of the Democratic primarp Augurt 7 1915bWe fare authorized to announce C S forktheJheElevenththe action of the Democratic party at the A gust primary tir Commonwealths Attorney We a authorized to announce W H fort17 for t ie Eleventh Judicial District subje t to the action of the Democratic Inarty at the August primary We a e authorized to aneounce John+ A1 p un as a candidate for Commonweal is Attorney for the Eleventh Judrc at District oof+ Augw pnmary For State Senator t Ware authorized to announce John L Grundy of Lebanon Ky for Senator from tnisthe Fifteenth Sen Itorjal district composed of the coun I 4 ties 6f Taylor Marion and Washing t ton subject to the action of the Dem ocra ic primaryIFor Representative i bWeare authorized to annuonce Chas O I urbam as a candidate for Represe tiKcnnckyg ton county subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August pri rnar Weiare authorized to announce T HI Royalty as a candidate for Represen 1 tivejinthe Lower House of the Ken tucky Eegislature from Washington 1county subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August pri mary 7Fm1he Dixie Highway Corn mlS I Blbiers who met at Chattanooga IJast week after hearing argu fme ts from the contending 6 10 tes decided the matter byt if try ing to give something to everyf t thoy whom they vcould and split l the Dixie Highway up into so many pasts that it will be dif bri Inst direct loule was eliminateo i altogetherthis would not havt bem so bad and while either of tbj other routes zig zag from place to place to probably wouldJ have been designated as the Dixi Highway and would have had consideration as such had they selected either of the other routes but Instead of that they selected I bcth one going by Cincinnati and the otherby Louisville in 1 other words devided at name be tween two rival parties The only advantage of namii g a highway at all is to designate rthe eritgo u I Floridj with the ultimate end in view of having this direct route im Iprived by Federal Aid but by iipthaving backbone enough to t adIplaced the thing in such an at titude that the d oign ion does not ami tint to one cent for when J imryrtbandSoutlllthej will now 1 f take the word of their own com missioners which they will have t oflin the eelIroyt 1J Louisville and Uhattancoga im prove their roads and gtt thtm17 in condition for the Governmentt to consider hem they will have a most excellent chance to be placed on the Gjvernment route which will move ia straignt lines zigtI The bone way is in practical the same shape and the llatn itt auatheyt Bl egrass is through Sptingfleld NoW for the BenBardiu Way ii leaning from Danville or Har 1r04burg through Springth ftnd Bardstown to Louisville f WIth the European World at war the greatest opportunity in ountryispIt sj proJtrityery tiu ii r 1will belflotie lo the way of farming in that country this year arid it is necessary that the world b fed consequently ou t products will command fabulous prices during lthe coming season 0audat every Americans dooritJS up- him to raise thg largest crops this year that he has ever raised before JJont mnd the tobacco but raJrfe corn and other things that the world can eat and thatt will be nece siry to feed it and it is a side prediction that the man who this year devotes his- timeto raising eatables will have mOle money than the man who owa tobacco It is an oppor tunity not oftin presented and II should be taken advantage of Our best policy would be to raise wore corn and less hell oboufr tifbting i itoThe Latest War News ITALYtAustria has stiuckijflrst with he1navy and lorgfItaJys east coast Italy countered throwing a considerable body Lof troops across the northeastern frontier and occupying a stretchj of Austrian territory along the River Isonzo Thus although Field Marshal von Hindenburg who has a reputation for forciug matters is reported to be in com mand of the AqstroGerman troops along thenew front Italy in a sense has forestalled bin GERMANY jToe German clams or the day embrace both east and west noably around Ypres and ncrth Przemysl In the latter region Itit is announced that den Mack ensen is again moving forward and taking a colossal number of prisoners UNITED STATESrFrom a usually welljn formed source it wasleaiv dllast night tnat the Administration expects the German note to be satisfac tory to the Araericon people Vitaking the following stand Assuring this Govdfninent that the killing of l1 utrasm the war zn6wiI1cease- Decituing to abandon submal rina warfare against uiviclia t ships in the war zone ENGLANDIThe British War Office admits that the British have been unable tntirely to reform ilieir line dent ed by the Germans east of Yprea aud this dovetails with the Gel an claims of advances in this region of Plandeis The mst iinteresiing statement in the British annountement is that with the precautions gas at ticks can ba lfmet and deftaed This is particularly pertinent im lbatgas bids fair to be used more and more possibly by the contenders A radical shakeup in the British Cabinet was au nounced lst night lhe tnt stl iinteresting change is the trans5i ferof Winston Spencer Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty to the Cnancellorship of the Duchy of Lancaster Arthur L Balfour the former leader of the opposition i taking the Admiralty Port folio David Lloyd Geort e Cbarcellor of the Exchequer in the oid Cabinet will be Minister of Muritioos in the new one THE DARD NELLES flanIguinaryland ff hi g at the1 Dardanolles where the British and fll reh- ale seeking to dislodge t ej stronglyintrenched Turks ihore came last night a lis of 919 cas ualiies among the Australians engaged iin this enterprise The Turkish Joses apparently have been greaten as it was nee ss fFy for them on Sunday last to so cure an arraistic to bury iheir dead 3000 of whom lay pild h fore the British trenctiesS Gems That Brought Misery The history of diamonds and the many other precious stones ruby tur quolce emerald opal topaz sppphjre chrysolite eardonyx amethyst nearly all of which are mentioned in tho Scriptures goes far back of historic times and Is lost In a mace of religion superstition and legend It bus been Intermingled with Intrigue politics and diplomacy murders galore scan dais unnumbered Imprisonments anl beheadings The story of the Dia mond Necklace which possible Innocently on her part smirched the fame of Marie Antoinette was ope of the factors in agitation that led to the treat French revolution The Bar tile opened to several of the actors In tho scandal One of them Cardinal de Ro han who as arrested In his robes in the midst of his court Cagliostro the famous magician swindler was another of the Bastile prisoners and Cdun tess LamotteValols of royal lineage P2cunlaryto Ixmdon where she died In penury j For RentStore rocm oh townAlsoL A Utirns t 5S Some Marvelous Exhibits latthe PanamaPacific International Exposition Exhibits In Agricultural Palace at the Panama Pacific International Expomesitlon Show Caterpillar Gaining Favor Over Lugwheeler Trac tors In Farm Machinery An observer in the Agriculture Pal ace at the PanamaPacific Intorna Franciscocannotagricultural power majdHfinery the al most complete supersedence of1 the design of power tractor known ait e caterpillar over the umbersome unstable highwheeled engine of a few years ago There are few of the old models on exhibition while the caterpillar principle has been applied to almost every type of engine for ag ricultural purposes The caterpillar proper Is a heavy metal chain varying In width om ten inches to two feet according the weight of the engine which passes around two heavy sprocket wheels like a belt These wheels re volving pass the chain about them the lower part moving backward with the weight of tho engine resting on the broad surface of tho chain be ttween the two sprockets An engine of this type can be op rated on ground soft enough to mire lail ordinary farm wagon Duplicate Bof the Rqosevelt African Shotgun A duplicate of the shotgun which Col TheQdore Roosevelt took with him on his African trip a gun constructed Expressly for him American a phrmorerturers exhibit in tho Manufacturers Palace at the PanamaPacific International Exposition San Francisco T he gun Thcosta incndwpuldjustifyj o prfrately hand carved the barrels arid lock are hand engraved and the lock is inlaid With a hunting scene In gQld The barrels of the finest 1s beiteelexpresident wrote to the makers I really think it is the most bemnitifutwa gun I have ever seen am almostI ashamed to take it to Africa and subIjject it to the rough treatment It viiicoreceive The left barrel is choked and the open It is cored to shoot ettherI buckshot or a single ball In a group in this Palace aro dlsIplays by tour of the worlds greatestI manufacturers or sporting arms which form an exhibit which attracts hunId red of sportsmen Each display is penPearl Culture a New IndustryI t BehePalace at the PanamaPacific Interna tional Exposition is a demonstration of the methods and results of pearl cultivation in the far East The dis plays of this cultivated product show iing hundreds of pearls which until pearl culture was placed on ar com r mercial basis a few years ago wcfulu have been The possessions of royalty will delight any lover of beautiful gems and tire methods of production will prove interesting to any ob server Though pearl culture has be coma a thriving industry in Japan at tempts to reproduco it In other parts of tim world have yielded but meager r results fThe successful method of propaga tion was evolved by the Japanese 8clI entist Kokichi Mikimoto who discov ered a species of oyster which produced the pearl on tho surface of the Ishell Though the finding of the oys ters and inserting the nuclei then waiting for the prail to grow to a commercial size may seem a simple process tho fact that it has not reduced the price ol the gems even to that ofthe most tncjiensive imitations shows that it is oe et with many aim cui ties Daniel Websters Plow at the panama Pacific International Exposition Ono of tlftj most valuable exhibits commercially in tbo Agricultural pal aqe at the PanamaPacific Interna tional Exposition San FranciacU iis an ancient plow displayed in tho Massachusetts exhibit and forming a tastrikingplex modern machinery displayed on tho acreage of floor about it the ilThecircumstance that a hundred rearsaago Daniel Websters youthful guided It along tho furrows of iris fathers farm near Marshfleld Mass It was drawn by a yoke of oxen and If the future peer ot American orators and statesmen could turn an acre of sod a day lie bad to work tram daylight to dark IBetsy Ross House In a Park Sentiment is strikingly combined Alth utility in the suggestion that tho Betsy Ross house in Philadelphia bo made the center of a park by tearing sown neighboring structures which closely eunround It nOneofhas found that within two years there have been 500 fire alarms within adradius of two squares of houso It estimated that 200000 would be sum lcnt to provide for an open aiaeol100 feet by 150 around tho little butidilag Thus at one stroke tho od house where the first American finI waa made would be protected against fire and a breathing space would bo added in a part of tire city where it will thhocreasingly hard to get abThere ia a hint hero for other cornlnudities confronted by tho same pro- em o UltavJot tiaya Niagara Falls will have the first mo nlcipal ultraviolet rays sterilization plant In this country Contract nogd tuitions have been consummated for 35lamp Installation Mercury vapor lamps protruding Into chaiiucls through which water will flow will l leoused The ultraviolet rays from theseilamps teria bacInseven lamps In each of the five conjcrete canals although it la estimated that 25 lamps only will bo r to handle the capacity of the slant 19 gallons daily The cost of the canals anti lamp Installations will ba 19800 while the city wjll erect arbuilding and transformers to change Ute current from alternating to direct at a coat of 42200 Enclneerlcs ReoI orsz r Radium Used to Promote Plant- Growth Some of the remarkable properties emonstratC1bYanmg at the PanamaPacific International Exposition San Francisco In con nection with a new Invention making sible the radiofyiug of water tor dicinal purposes- Demonstrating the1 power of this mineral promoting metabolism a aunv ber of young plants some existing with and some without the aid of ra dium are shown Those in the radio active soils are seen to be growing much moro rapidly than those in common soil and to have a more healthy gjp earanceSThbj invehtqr has found a process of impregnating terra cotta bricks with radiumbearing minerals and these small bricks placed in water are said to give it remarkable curative properties The porous bricks lath al most Indefinitely losing only half their potency it is estimated in 1800 years Since the discovery of this mineral it has been found that many celebrated waters as Carlsbad and linden BailerII owe their healthgiving properties tb ra dium The inventor claims Uiat his process produces in ordinary waters tl springTheiacture of radioactive terra cotta Is known as carnotito a formation found mainly in Colorado and Utah and now producing threefourths of the worlds radium The European mineral known as pitchblende from wh s are springimpregnated Most Rapid Photographs Ever Taken The most remarkable Set of speed otographs ever taken are a part of the war departments exhibit In Ma chinery Hall at the Panama acI c In ternational Exposition San Francisco ey are pictures of a shell from a 12 h coast defense gun in flight tito set Including tire various phases ot the flight beginning just as the great ojectile poke its nose out of the muzzle of the gun The pictures were taken with a lens having an exposure period of one fivethousandth of a second tnls ng the fastest shutter ever manu factured The exposure at the proper time in tho flight of the projectile s made by breaking an electric cir cuU in a wire stretched across the trajectory at tho desired point and shutterOne hell halff way out of the muzzle before any smoke and gas has escaped Another was taken when the shell was two feet from tile muzzle but hidden by a tteavy ring of smoke A third shows tho13hel1 in flight a hundred feet from tho muzzlo The photographs are so rfect and the cxposure so rapid that scarcely any blur is perceptible They were taken at Fortress Monroe Va un der tho direction pf Capt T J lil of tho coast artillery corps and ad of the department of enlisted specialists at the Coast Artillery school at Fortress Monroe ATIVE LIFE OF THE FAR PACIFIC i I r ihe jmotosrapn snows the oello ot ho interesting samoan village at the PanamaPacific internationaL position at San Francisco The struc tures in this tillage comprising the na tlve thatched nuts of the Samoan ot as they were formerly called tho Navigator Islands were brought m ct from the native villages and are absolutely faithful in rail their fea tures There arc many native fam ies living 4n the village who inn the edification ot visitors perform the SriquaticJ excel and dance the rhythmic nallvd dances The life or the people ot tho Pacific ocean Is wonderfully Illus trated at tine Exposition and of all the races none are more interesting than the Samoans who exhibit many tracest ot Aryan descent No Exposi ton visitor should fall to see these unique trihospcopheS Dog That Saved His Master r iL isi mi alt ty that mine to ue at tilt ambulance just fforts Christmas oven though it is a little late We bad a French ooldler brougijt in frightfully wounded Ho camo from the region around Ot Mii bjel One leg had to be amputated ail besides that he had half a dozen other voul1dsHls dog caino wltt- lIJ1ma hunting dog of some kin Tile icyogwere in the trenches together when a nhcH burst in such a way us to lapse tbo wholo trench Everyone in iit was killctl or burled in the collapse end this dog dug and dug until he sot ho masters face free so that he ct ulU breathe and then ho sat by him until some roonforceiuenta came ug them all out Everyone was dead this man lInt that a beautiful little story Vo havo both tho dog and tire man with us Tho dog has a little houso oil to himself In the court and he has blankets and lots of petting and ery day ho is allowed to be with ale niaatcr for a little while Letter from Dr Mary Merrltt Crawford In PuriaI to Maw Yurk Times Settle Dispute of Dirtiest City Tho longstanding argument wheth r Chicago PittVburgh or SL Louis In the dirtiest American city Is about to bo settled Soot gauges are in op ration which register the settlings rurn the air They have been in use s ndeveralhave shown some jstartllng figures In the East end of London the an nual fall of soot and dirt amountsito 650 tons per square mile Glasgow Tan up a total of 1 J30 tons per square mile while the manufacturing city of Cbatbridge leads all the rest with an accumulation of 1939 tons per squar every year w THEE CITY OF DAVID THE CITY OF i6GOD t Samuel tl13 lIi tflf ilayJerusalem the New Capital Gods Presence DeJirsd The Ark to Bo Brought Uzzah Slain ObedEdorn BIeedTho LcaSan Learned TLt Ark Properly Brought 7 mwftai tMttt ttiry natii unto Let leasEIfLUUED by I ivine prov11rn e jG King JuvKi ripturtil Jei loin fur rentnric mv liui liable forlivsH InIll by the IcbusiteS nad tumult it the capital of ItinioL One fhls lirst arts was to provkle himself a palace Irlittinn Illlmtry of the nation To this end hit obtained1 from King Hiram of material and skilled craftsmen Then Kins BnviJ iiiviwral to trans fer the Ark of tbt tovriiunt to lei lem Kitty Saul had rcmovtd the Tauernaole nom to Glbcnli tint the Ark had not bwn in tthe 1iilt Io for a tons time Lilts wlikinl 1OU hail taken it into bitlle nod it flttil they returned itto Kirjntbjrarim Thcro It rcnininMl for HrAity years h A Great Lesson In Reverence Intcni upon honoring God Kins fln vtd had npverthejpss neglected to study the plvltif Inv regulating the Ark iund Its movement Time Divine dlrec AjfcC- tion was that tire UV priests should cov f f V er tbl lJl In n ua r Si TanilT vites shouU bear It upon their uou lees Neglecting these Instructions Tttt Ark ofne Cme the king lied u new taut cart made drawn by oxen Cut this was not Gods way a lesson of reverence for the Ark symbol of Uod3 character and Tils MercySent must beglven The appropriate time came wIzen otboxensloping surface tilted It a little UzifiUi attempted to steady the Ark nail was Immediately smitten dead With lightning This evidence of vino displeasure terminated tint too Itiesi fnd the Ark wus delivered to theihome of ObedEdoni the Levite l TIre people thus learned reverence lesson deemlnsJy much needed tottiny Irreverence mnnlfeHted timei world does not vtjjtiiul us st does irreverence uiilnifesteil tahitIJose professedly thp lords consecrated 150h pie Irreverence of uuuiner jok s on ptejnnantI to hisintluence with others The Ark nt ObedEJoms home brought blessings hat attracted King Davys attention Again his benrt longed that Jerusalem should lie till city of Coil tin Ark and the Sbeklnah gIjinlytighteuro When King David vvns at reedy tto bring up till Ark he treed Divinely directed wet iisliilesldes tiz415a11e of warriors nnil multitudes of people tluiv were mil slrlaus ujjio Jjoyfully utantfvsted prcciatton of t lir grit event and lInvites tbaittI r spoiisi ly a bkb King Dnvld imposed for the o casi inINaUi J4 lime lilac hizi Joined In this imttrffcMailon andjdanced before the ArkcAs the pjoci loirneiV Jiruw It was mot by till voinen of tire city titiltiIittiizttuOn bis return home she reprove hIm iiTimehad tnIuII ttit kins loii from her fa rentSily the pr ud woiiniu was thereafter left to herself the ban tuttil Ixiu mido that shewas tht ncefurth childless The Psalm Was ProphetiC 1As tIn Ark rI ChHt so the ringlig of the to Jernsfilfm rrsIIIIIYs tll r r ill lJrtst- An Iud rt4 that tt enrti is the l tI fttn1rIhI i 1j ftlVtl fi- tC Iiibr5tI fhr ti t St IIi t It tIiI 5ipifl WV ti5I lI if Itlq1I itninttts tii k ItIiI Ulll 11ahot ill e IthItiliett 11His 111 ditlll lrtnV itIlitre lie t thi rIai fXTjit ti II 11 111 r- lilillII J n s ic ni1I to the Last of lits 1 1i illc all tzieetctl t etv r e r1 JfItl CtI r nrizitele 5Ii II iti 1111 1111I hIM etiiti If IV vo1 tn 1t1l1CtiRotvtrjdar tUiMtuMy C l 1I1Pfluht iill tliflt tlMyliivr iic LTiaiitvd such will n civt Hi Menxlutr l rt btruuHuetM lai itcil iln usb Christ Then follows tu iiitlou bat the Otiildron of Isniel UP tiosc wlio snvk iortl un who ir I iip t Hint tire King of Olory come in We still await Iii tntrnnif Fi dtflarfs that He shnU Ie revtntLMl u tire world In darning Oitn Tlnu of TrotiWf TJlfBn qul kly His miuMinr Ilfmlr will dollar from Sntan nin mid ilenth Sersian Lamb Fur It is said that after enormous lJroduolngElan lamb fur ia socuretk has at len boon breught to America by an ath of United States department of agriculture This oiRdal Doctor Youpg of Teicas made extenajvo investtlga lions In Bokhara and succeeded in dis covering nuT kind of sheep whoso lambs produce the so much sought aft er fur Contrary to common bel the fur is not taken from unb Iambs but from thoso a fan days old It is said that there is possibility of our own department agriculture tak ing up this work also and that the lambs will bo ralsrd both in Canada and the United States East and Vrost Decidedly Pretty PhotoPlay Daylight Flying A release is aofpretty and well acted photoplay beMy third of the series following In heeaMoonlight and In the Firelight t HonestBucgie J f tJhiu ii Built in these facforiesi Buggies built upon the principle adopted by Mr F A Ames their head andfounder 40 years ago that ccry Ames bUip should be th last wordvery in lionest buggy building Upon that principle lie has smalllIsahundredsofthousandsiea his personal SUpcrvi ion over these gre3t factonids to Jvery wisdom of his poflcy He still cer made of honest materialmade by know howworkmen partl1nd piece l1 at be made just soandr mployd injbugg buildingall that mIght have and under tine most rigid iiztspectioi Icv you enjoy full value for vom Mr Ames Personal Guarantee yreand 40 l00000OfactoriesYou want to see the Ames before you buysee the trongly built usapody and wheel diamond slmaftsuperior 5imethe themQuggy surrey Come buggiesWllo ff owning one f 1 i A CpfSpringfield SS it MhIORiESiF5TAR of a Lifetime ReCOlle ti nsjrtrne When Jack OBrien of PuglW letlc ofIPerilously Near Stranded Band of ThespiansI theLeo H JVhlto is to play corned 7 and tamatic parts Mr White will bio etrembered as tho leading comedian vitl the original Merry Widow corn pany He was Jatpr a member of the DrUay Musician a musical comedy tlv4ich played in New York for two ea8onst Leos experiences have been rnany nijd varied among the must joaical is the following I joined email repertoire company in the tate of Pennsylvania after the m lcal con edy in which was playing b lef up The roi ipany was a rep r tar flybynight troupe of the bait torm variety We were to play 4 ovn of a thousand inhabitants ia sifht after I jottncr l them and as h 8tructed to learn the part of Jltn ti Hamlet I did learn a few aot Jut when tIle certain rung up yr the performance I managed to jailer my way through to the end Thv people vo saw the show thouKht It waa reat A few nights later We reached Jpulathtmanagr house had some idea of tho artistic quality of our eornay and refused to lot us play IacK OBrlea hntppenedbev by the aOl 1111as the town of UI1 birth He Umf v1ye4ltaelhtpro idling thp jnrMasrertof the theater ould allow us to play there If we mhadnt pinyed hattrepe to ont my part in ilnmlet Well the shAw managed to pull through for ht night ataidsH cnttalle and Den fruit Well now fur ihe sad part of the story iparrin partner had to be choeen tt sarry out the promised boxing exhibi ILo U thLtaS t lion and they picked on me At t11uI tlmo I weighed a bartered and two pounds Just a little more thlb Jack UBrlpno boxing gloves lie played with me for a titlc while and then txccme peevish rnackiiiBhim rough ly on ttic clihi tvlIwhen woke upI lift doctor at my bedside asked me if cared to ecr t any news to m ralotlvos Films Btoming Cheaper Prices of umotin picture dIms art tcdllj falling In March 1J12 the IgC ttottia baaed upon rui ln boliaif ptih at the Uonfatu poicts of Ebipoieut was a little tss han ten cents per linn foot and fu March of the present year a iittisb more than three and dnezif cents allTbe urexpoicd fltoi dropped ia ez port price from 12 cants per tact March lilU to tires cents per JMkil1the expcucd t saws J ete4- tatttetI1aht1y jSCeamVnQp a A practical Joke ityich was played in a small town crealed whof fun andI Rome Indignation A Joker notiHad erjIrnwag going to blow the dust out of the phones anti front the wires They were told to tie cloths over the phone to prtvent the dust ruining wall paper furniture and pictures Some of thet phone were kept closely thud for an hour or two and others sere bder the rags for half a day er at latuntil they found by malklag inqiifriM contra that the Joke was nrthei informant sqld tlie Joker lied to e town for a day or two to escape the righteous ndirnation of women sine tero flctlIelntt Ccmcr jjJiaiizt JIOojiiwij2thi4ierydys7riin i s J iv-f i4ik i t N I Nr iir i It jj l 1 I4iorousIly and 11delicious Thirstquenching I and t I The national beverage a and t Demand the geamae by full zr Jsjtckaaincj encourage subrtitutroo Vhecirer r you jcc ta Anew think of CocrCola THE COCACOLA COMPANY Atlanta Ga SuqglJred nOIdiiKentucky Where the Good Timber Grows I IVfl Mt good keenly refreshing yours Q i For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the countrt that a great many women have escapedserioustp fiations by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound and ijis true We arc permitted to publish in this anhouncemsjnt extracts from the letters of five women All have been recently received unsolicited Could any evidence be jnore convincing 1 ODONIRI had pains in both sides and such a soreness IwastangLydiawonranMr HAWAIUD Sowxns Hodgdon Me 2 withmegl9wtbwhilhgcteli1eujI had an operation A friend advised me tp take Lydia E Pink enjoyinglineILtNovmt 1A Tine doctor inhusbandIexperienced greatrelief iu a short time Now I feel liken new rson and otin do n hit5t days work and not mind itMrsADA WUT2 J90 Stock St Hanover Pa i phyalxl openSntlOnMs Lbad opithing groWing in DIY left side I refused to sub nut to theoperationt and took Lydia E PinkJinms Vegetable Qm TOundrftild it Arorked a miracle In my case and I tell other women EastWiIi4anCLinlrLtND yearsFmy exjWQted to have tp undergo an op1 oration Doctors said they knew of nothing that would help mer I took Lydia E PiiikhamaVege Q 0StSllO Conipound and I became regular anti freorl 4 medicinelrsG IIliGniFiriTir 7805 Madison Av Cleveland Bgg Writoto LTDIA EPIXKHA3I MEDICINB CO Kt CONFIDENTIAL LYNN MASS for advice E answoredby The Louisville Times and News Leader bbth one year for450S RC BROWN AGENT FOR 4 t miicKyt Growers Insu ranee Co KYtiosures Against Fire Lightning Wind Farmers and Growara risks specialty j rr KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Rates Reasonable Telephone 165B SPRINGFIELD KY j DRJGMIJC s r Pijlicjao and Surgeon 8 to 9 a m Office hours lto2pmt 1 rOver Haydons Drug Store DR W F TRI- MDENTIST Office over Haydon k Barber prisescAll work guaranteed a Dr R J HAMILTON t SPRINGFIELD KyJJ ffice on Main CrossStreetPhoneOs OfficeHours 730 to 830 A M l l 100 tp 300 P DR M W HYATT Office over Springfield State Flank Office hours 1030 a nu to12 in 4to 5 pm W F GRIGBYI ATTORNEYATLAW Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical l cleansing and germlcldal of all antiseptics is irj A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed- As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh inflammation or ulceration of nose throat and that caused by feminine Ills ithas no equal Forten years the Lydia R Pinkham Medicine Paxtine tlIprivate women which proves Its superiority jar Women who have been cured say It Is worth Its weIght In gold At s druggists SOc large box or by mail The Faxton Toilet Co Boston Malls f Strawberry Plantse tf r FRUiT AND SHADE TREES j and our first offering of the ire f markable i Mamiontli Pearl Potato J Free Catalogs No Agents t H F Billenraejeri Sons 1841 Lexington Ky 1915 J Healthful Hints Eat fruib every day Canned fruits y are gpod Cooked fruits are often j w betten than dubious fresh fruit butt some fresh fruit Is essential Eatifresh green vegetables whenever you 1can get them Thoroughly wash all f raw fruits Eat some of the bulky A vegetables of llow food value like car j rots parsnips spinach turnips squash and cabbage to prevent overnourlsh meat L Eat slowly and taste your food well J and it will slide down and give more nourishment than food eaten quickly Never eat when tired or overex haunted but lie down even If only for a few minutes before dining Barley water is a safe and cooling 1 drink and is nutritious as well Put l Into a pitcher one large tablespoonful of wellwashed pearl barley pour over It two quarts of boiling water cover and let stand until cold Drain off the liquid add onehalf cup of sugarc lr and a little nutmeg If liked the Juice of a lemon is a pleasant addition frIEvery Man to His Trade Mark Thlatlewalte private secretary to Vicepresident Marshall ran across rt a 30page hand written letter from a I crank in the official mall one morn ing After reading three Sages of It he decided with a grin to brighten J his chiefc day by letting hUh wade t 1r through the document and accordingly letterstdesknf Vicepresident came in with a cheery greeting sad passed r into his private office There was si lence of almost a minute then the buzzer sounded Mark he ex claimed as the secretary appeared when I keep a dog do you suppose in going to do my own barking EVER HEAR THEITo whom are you writing The illfated steams The explosion came very dud idcnlpThe pittofA levelheaded business man J3att1c6Cariedveterann r The police are at pork oh the case hi The injured man was rushed to the hospital r ErOur wellknown to i Our chauffeur claims hwll r driving very slowly ly The bride leaned on her fathers j arm YlGood morning judge Gentlemen of the jury lendera7 f TOWN mOO ii i ytir5bb9 9a btbb7 WV Local Happenings of Interes The Freshest 7and LatestII All About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances Mml jseed corn at Edelen Barber rooms for rent lights water Mrs Chas Eppersou L A Burns Springfield has for sale a No 1 good jersey cow The closing exercises of Elm Perryvlllewill dune 2nd and 3rd in a large tent oc the school grounds Gents Sailor Panamas and Felt Hats cleaned and reblocked at Springfield City Tailor Phone 6 R F W Baunibauerj Lost On County Court Day a small locketcith two chains attached Finder can confer a faVor by returning it to Isaac Curry By Mistake The names off Cad Joe Robert and Robert Shields were printed by mistake as the gentleman have paid their taxes pfBradtordsville Methodist church text Sunday morning and night For Sale1 yearling filly 1 2 year old horse 8year old mare guaranteed to work and not afraid of automobiles 1 2horse wagon good condition Albert Mudd Springfield r r12 I make it a bpsiness to remove spots and wrinkles out of Ladies and Gents CTarmants Springfield City Tailor Phone 6 R F W Baumbauer Prop County Court In the County Court Monday will of the late flH Yancey was probated as was also the will of Emanuel Morajat The delinquent tax list WdS sold as advertised at the Court House door and was purshased byEvI rett Scruggs for 69 00 The quarantine being raised a Qumber of tend of stock were disposed of aod it lookedas itI stock selling would continue for some time and it was a great disappointment when it was learn ed that the foot and mouth disease had broken out again in Louisville and that restrict would again have to be placed on stock selling A number cf horses were sold toa man who was purchasing horses for the European Armies Circuit Court The Washington Circuit Court is in session this week There is alight docket and the jury except those serving in the Jack Rose have ben dismissed until Tuesday June 8ih civiacase arid a few misdemeanor cases will be tried Several small cases were dis posed of Tuesday and several yesterday The case of the Commonwealth vs Jack Rose chargedwith tho murder of Louis Mudd alias Fivggy colored man whom he killed last fall Jin Hockertown a colored settlement of Springneld b throwing a rook at him The testimony was concudedyester day at 3 pm and the case ar gued by Jcseph Polin and C S Pill forthe Commonwealth A Mjbuncan and John A Polin for llje defense The testimony show d that both Rose and the dead San were claimants for the affections of a colored woman whowas present and that during a difficulty in which she was fighting MudJ Rose struck au killed him with a rock Has c aimed that he threw the rock at Fonzi M add brother of the man he nit and that Fonza wu advancing on him with an axeI Fonza admitted advanciuld cn lion with the axe but claim d that he rushed at him with the axe but after he had thrown tb- thrown the rock at his brother The jury deliberated but a snort time when they returned into court a verdict finding defendant guilty and fixing his punishment at not less than three nor more tlan sX years The following gentleman com pose the grand and petit Grand uryJas M Trent foreman H E Cdse W I Mayes Jas L Moran Gilbert Hatchbtt Howard Russell W SrGo S MIBlandrordPat Jury Jas Arnold Jo TOPICSt i t29 H 5 WMM f Model Sanitary Dental Office 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over MrsJ Kate Williams Store Tel 220 StallardeHagan Lee Mcintire C C Fos ter J N CullJ A Field Ed Donnelly R L Montgomery EverIlIsISteelei lard M A Mackin D L Hum DerIringerThe slit of Washington County f Board of Education vs the Wash ington CountyFiscal Court will come up for trial Friday College Carnival Danville May 21Qne of he most interesting events connect parteof the country will take place early in June The Carnival at Centre Col Jege has grown in size and im portance ever since it was start agoeThis Carnival lasts from June 7th to June 9th A tennis tournament and a play on the 7th of June an Oratorical con test a trackmeet and a dance on the 8th and an alumni baseball gameand Gala Night on the 9th are the chief events The culminating eveut of Car nival at Centre College 4s the Gala Night A huge torch light procession headed by afiuat containing the Queen of the Car nival and her attendants goes through the Danville streets to the College Campus After an pvening tilled with carnival fes tivities the King and Queen of the Carnival are crowned with elaborate ceremonies and the Carnival is brought to an end As the Carnival is combined with the Centre College Com mncement wtok many former students and other visitors are in town It iis the chief social andcollege event of the year in Danyille sPERSONAL Rev and Mrs R E C Lawson and Dr wr Barnette left this morning for Pawsori Springs for a hort stay Mr Hark Hays of Bloomfield was here yesterday Messrs Lee Hagan and Kent Barber of Uardntown were iin town Wednesday Csim bell was in 1pLouisville last Friday on busi t ness Mrs Vary A Nee is visiting relatives at Lebanon Hon H P Cooper of Leba non attended court here Tues day Lexingtonal thisti weak CSBobett W H Wharton T C Campbell and F B Noe attend ed Knights Templar Conclave at Danville this week Mr E S Mays is in Nashville Tenn this week on business Mr Jeff Henry of Greensbur cindidate for the Democrat U3inii ation for Circuit Judge was in town Monday shaking hands with the voters- d Miss Nannie Tong of Louise villa is visiting at the home c lien father J A Tong Mist Una Arnold who bas- been attending school at Midway will arrive today Mr E H Cpcanougher is at Somerset this week on buiness- e Mrs E izabeth Smith and daughter of Bardstown arqIhe guests of M rnndMrs J S Clapbroike for a week Miss Smith has just returned from WardBelmont College Nasli ville Mrs Smith daughter and son leave the first of June for a several months tour the Wests Mr George Powell of Mack ville who was run over by saw roe about two months ago was here Monday Mr John E Newman of Bards town was in the county shaUipg aye d J IIII A MONEY RAISING SALE II- We Iare forced to raise money In order to do this we are going to offer to the public our entire stock of IIMens Furnishings Shoes Clothing III At aa great Sacrifice Below find a few of our xtralt I Ipricesduring this sale V v I III Mens Shoes and Oxfords 350 and 400 grade at only 2M95 300 grades at only 249I 250 grades at only 219- I50 pair Odds and Ends 119 or 100 pair Ladies and Childrens small sizes while they last 2 5c I Boys and Girls Tennis Slippers at 49c valqesSpecial 951 IPant Special sale S189 everydollarHats regular50c 39c We 50 or 60 Ladies Dresses and Underwear at your own COME IN AND SEE THEM THEY SELL prkeI Dont fail to take advantage of this special mosey raising sale it is to your advantage to get pricesi before I I buying elsewhere in anything we carry I OUR MOTTOA Square Deal For EytrjWy t I E HIOPPOSgTCII- L Valley Hill 1j Attbia jvriting we are gladl toI say that we have been favored with a good rain which came in time to help wheat greatly and also furnished an excellent to bacco season which was taken of anda deal of llseyerall scarcity of plants which no doubt will be a boon to all The rain was also accom pained by a hardt wiiid in some parIs of this com munty which did a great dealI of damage to trees uprooting same and breaking np others very bad James Sloran and family weroj guest of relatives at Ml Zion SundaySeveral from this place attend qd court in town Monday Mr and Mrs Hunter Goatly atovertheir home on the ISth instj Congratulations All who atteudtd thq commencement exercises Tuesday niht report them as excellent come and are again longing for theta toI Mr and Mrs G Ibcrt Ohesser of near Polio were guests at t e home of Mrs S H Woeulv Sunday Mrs Thomas Baker Spring field visited at the home O r Mrsl W T Beam the week end Misses Margaret Moran and Margie Walker wera guest of the Misses Kellys Thursday fMrs Elizi Milchuli of Lils y was the guest of relatives at this place Friday Mr arid GoatleytIvvc re gu sts at the hQmoof Mrs Uuntur Goately Sunday Miss Sue Williams was the guest of her sister last weep Mr M Reed and wife and Mr and Mrs VV T Beam were guest of relatives at Sun day Mr Carl Yancey and wiLe were guest of Mrs Will man at Mt Zion Sanday EddJe1 Little Miss Rodman Louisville is visiting lier grand mother Mrs Eliza Mndd f Miss Nannie Head was a re cerft guest of Irieuds at St Cath erines Jus Moran and wife were guest at the home of Mrs S JJ Bishop in town Monday Vivian Tatum recently sold a nice mare to Mr Bun Ple Cur- lSU40l Miss Mattie Mudd is at home after visiting relatives in Louis yule mother Ky Saddle Horse Goes To California Mack Hendren as agent for G W Davis Co of Fleming Jouilty Ky sold this week to Mr W O Medford f Oakland Cal the tine station Kilig Woodland 3419 who has the tlistmction of combining th eI most aristocratic array of blend ed blood possibly of any horse In America His breeding is al most thesume as Burbon King Ii Montgomery Chief King Chiejton the three great living horses His sire the Chauipu n old Woodland Chief is uu unimoubly admited to b the highest 1lIlturaJ styled siailion livming His dim is the famous old brood mare Good Luck tOGO who has produced two mad bon squar gardon wmnir one and with the sale of this horse J hits brought marly 8JUO Woodland Chief was ihe nn defeated Chumpio saddle slal llol ol North Central Ky fur ti years his colts have beeil prominent winneLS indJ ditltmnit1 stags Bob More add of Lex ingtn swept the lEastern slrnv ruga low liea OllS Pro with Morolur d Girl ful sister to KingJWooliuid in grace ixrd style he htls un air that is wonder ful hn given tile ndvanti e of gaud tuining he is ii venavle sensation on either rack or tr lt H6wOllld have been a wion rj last yur lit High Clius Co x rlJ11Lccountnet show himbut tins entirely recoYfV d andafttthis stud season is cb sed whili vil be July Is vill be irii ItdIllhown in Harness II tssos byI Mack Hendren III the middle West and wily be shipped frt m Illinois to Mr Belorddbou OI let Mr B dord owns several good mares sold bv tex McOun ali Highland Denmark and with King Woodiand shoulk be hOlSOS1wbich recently left Kentucky with about 10 lead of the finest horses we have whidh he intrcdccsd Mr Go V MikbV to buy who iis one of Chicagos best busimss men and also one of the most progressive farmers in the W st Mr Medford is one of Uuli fornias large fruit grows apd breeder jof U lotoin Cattle and wan predate hs present inlfraft try muv in the brewing 50 Mens 30 or 40 Boys Long and Short Suits from 3 to 5 values for this 1 Mens 11tA big lot of and Caps r and 100 l values sale price I have Skirts I I our Mooresvllle j O JOOOuOrOOGCC VG0 0tJOUO 00 f FIRMtIJ I Ii1 It 0 OFFICE BAR ER4IPETTUS t 4j0 t f r1W 0 0 A R hultz has satisfied the people of Washington and adjoining I c nties for 30 years WHY NOT YOU We will be gladto figure 0 with you on large or small contracts in the Heating Plumbing or i4 Tinning line Agents for Buckeye Pumps i I GIVE US A w CALL iVr ttT f O X j 0 horses which is mans tiei frhird Extract from the Middle ami Show Home Uhioniule Lexing t n Ki Notice Ioljnlj Diy ClAnin vspongr ing and pressing of ajl hind ort Ldi aid Gonts garments aso old garment worked v4Jr and new garmejis made to lit yoi Pu lift 0 R F W Baauibnucp Prp Main St Spiingtielci K IIfORr DELICATECHILDREN A Mothers Letter to Mothers Mrs E W Cooper of Bloomfleld N Ji says My child seven years old had a bad cold and was teak and quito run down in health Sho bad been in this condition for about six weeks when I began giving her V1no1It was a wonderful help to tho child breaking up her cold quickly and building up her strength beside havo also found Vlnol a most excellent tonic for keeping up the chil diens strength during a siege of whooping cough Vinol is a wonderful combination of two worldfamed tontcsthe medl canal body building elements of cgd liver oil and iron for the blood there foro It is a perfectly safe modlqlno for children because It is not a patent medicine everything in it is printed on every package so mothers map know what they are giving theirj little ones i Therefore we ask every mother of a weak sickly or ailing child Jn this vicinity to try Vinol on our guarantee Leu Paydcn Druggist 2 2 THE GREAT FAMILY GROUP which consUU of these three J allonofuUmQgazlnea alone 100i Also anyone M CaUrI Pattern FREE e JIJ1 Peoples Popular Monthly I HOME LIFE homeauded lr2Sc brI1Unstorles reu ffilHilfadlf 3fciT omeandlnSKS2SCPi4iWHnM NeadJeWardrobem ne A genuluo enterCountryLlfeDiscovedaCooktng etatbat A Whole Yearslwusewortnndmverotter IUuatrateslatestM The Bet Hotaaoetebrattrt as aimpUdtyand 31Whoto 1 homesaFREE liertInteopotMcCALLSreceteedonaottbeeeiebratsIYCCatrhe midiDe a pcatat card request tgTbldtcaa caiNw Yottt atTtnHandSltgdedred This unusual moneysaving ofFer open to otdani sei aiee el tt PrpmpUy Wntee or Call at This OffccIft Tit CM to HIM t iOUIL WANT a Better JOB1That qusstlon will bo asked you almost dally by business men seeking yc cervices if you qualify take the Dnfughon Training and show ambition to f fp More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Qollegps than tn orseal1other btp cott Banklne TrPMtrUlnr IVnmanthlr WrftMr saiw LswJUJt auxiliary braaebra POSfi0KGUARAANTfDundreaaeas- MBookkeeping k Mkm Bookkeepers nIl over Home Study Thousasadrof bashs sh tho United States says that Draugbons ifs bodkkttperst and slrufrtfkenl iSew System of Bookkeeping1 saves themi holdmff good positions as the rMMK JShorthandcla court reporters yrjJ thc System of BY11fAIL write JNO JDalrShorthan DrauTtQO llesea teach President Nashville Teat For Whff Because TlGiiO e tkCbesl ogueoa courseA TfOLL COUUgJKbrNaahvi lq r M v L 4 t r a I o e 1i ir Ofjpaafse You Are Going to See 1 t esty the Exposition esb lE iJThe I World in Epitome Shown by Displays in the Vast Exhibit Palaces at the Panama 1 1Pacifici International Exposition M Today the great Panama Pacific International Exposition at San Fran Wclsco ila being widely exploited throughout the worM by the millions of sfght veers who have visited the exposition since4ts opening on February 20th last faa the most beautiful comprehensive anil interesting universal exposition J that the world has ever Known The wonderful exhibit palaces house the treasures ot the earth while the grounds planted to millions of rare bulbs Care a gorgeous mass of color and fragrance To the visitor entering the Agates for the first time either by night or day the scene is certainto hold the newcomer spellbound as the vast panorama unfolds bit by bit before the t gaze and the eye wanders from 900 beauty spot to another in an endless t chain ot amazing surprises Entering the main gate at Scott street tOt I instance the visitor sees the great Fountain of Enorgy directly before him its giant sprays sparkling and flashing in the light of the warm California sUn byrtiay or assuming the appearance of masses of flowing flames by I I night under the powerful beams of tho great iattorles of searchlights trained j upon this work of art As the spell is lifted the eye falls upon the Tower trf of Jewels the great center piece of she exposition and again attention is arrested until the eye hast conquered the dizzy heights of this gemstudded tower every cornice apd figure sending forth Its share of dazzling lights The worlds advance in all branches of art science and industry Is amazingly portrayed in tho exhibits Among tho electrical exhibits for example Is the Audion amplifier invented by Lee De Forest Through this t infcntiop the visitor in the Liberal Arts palace is enabled to converse over tits Jong distance telephone with his relatives at the farthest section of the Atlantic coast and may hear the voice of the speaker In greater volume than was actually given into the transmitting telephone The Intensity of the sound is increased f y passing through heat waves Today it is possible for an orator In New York city to address through the telephone a large audl ence at San Francisco the sound being increased so that It Is of power great enough to fill a farge hall This single advance in the development of the telephone is paralleled In hundreds of other lines The railroads have made low round trip rates and ample and reasonable accommodations arc to be had tho txHoinlne cities THEWfTHE WONDERFUL AEROSCOPE HIGHER THAN THE FERRIS OF the the to the carpet onyx and the the which to r r w THE THE UND For seeker there aplenty in the Aero earns at the Pacific The a giant of r hovel and intricate design its recalling that the oridge At the the I arm ot the crane story car with capacity for 100 persons and standing room more the short end of the crane a giant mass concrete which serves a for tho long arm of Hhe crane Beneath the car are two great water which take on water It as passen fI v the ear thus always the balance to a nicety When example a man 160 pounds enters the an amount of water of equal is r leased from the tank and the 160 pounds water are into below the car The without motion and safety and a ride of ten Is assured to while this trip of 2G5 feet into the clouds four feet higher than the Ferris wheel Two motors control the ascent and descent In the of huge and when It its extreme height it Begins t awing slowly around on the wheels at a view of the of San Francisco vi of the p t San Ono of Wisest Russlan Rulers t yeirs ago tho a I of Russia returned to St t manyvmonthsdurlng t t ken an active part in the war against was one of the wisest And most rulers of his time Jt was to a great extent A his and wisdom that led to the of and hfter that the city of Paris from the fury of the Russian soldiers 150000 French of war in Russia and sought to obtain for his fallen foe the most liberal terms com 1 patible with what ho doomed the safe ty of Europe Qne of the first acts of the emperor after his return to Russia was to grant an absolute pardon to all his subjects who had taken part against him in the late war Good Wor- kPatienceI see In den by law from any y form of Patrice But can the r make their patients shut their jimouthsf I li It SweetnessIPatience fJome one has that the Mexican word for kiss It I te if Thats what might bs calledIingerfng long draws t rP CASTOIrrfJSor s and tr i Yw bon II S j frway my schemes turn out How now I wanted a of cheese to bait a mouse trap I thought Id sac a In saloon Well The gang caught rno at and had to open a bottle of Cause of the Chill But Ca Lain Hawley said Miss Plute will you love me when I grow and ugly hcaptainBred grow older but you will never grow uglle- And why their friv ship erased sO L IjThe Propec Kind what kind fish tho dinnerbelotoAs I rig theroeIThe TelLItake the ground that Shakespeaplays ro Because playsarclias she been long Well one thom Dear l two years but the I thin has been sixmonths- NOT BY BILLS l Iris tai That brc than men SDo believe itr Well more of them wou CA chalice at ARTS AND AGO SHOWN IN THE TEHUANTEPEC AT THE PANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION The village on Zone lit the International Is a bit of oldest of the world brought San from the country of Aztec ruins In Central America weaving Is shown together with cutting clay and wax ancient dancing singing pottery making and coloring and other arts of people A typical garden Is open to visitor In the In is be seen thr art of this people HEEL UNCLE SAM SHOWN ON THE ZONE GREATEST EXPOSITIONm juT FRAME OF ACROSCOPE APPEARED R CONSTRUCTION the of amusement is opportunity unique mechanical achieypment the scope Zone Prtnan International Exposition Aeroscope resembles crane a steel constructldn of Bascule of fProng Is atwo a seating for 20 ti At Is of as counterbalance tanks or discharge geraenterorleave preserving for weighing v car weight when passenger of automatically discharged thertank car ascends perceptible perfect jarless minutes passengers enjoying or conjunction with the car reaches 4to its base giving magnificent exposition payand city Francisco Onehundred Emperor Alexander Napoleon Alexander magnanimous firmness overthrow Napoleon eventbis magnanimity preserved liberated prisoners confined Showing Tasmania star forbidden advertising authorities Lingering discovered najnlqiOilztll iSrlce sweetness W sirs Infan Children iHIY Aiwas n tthe CMtlUeor economy bit with bit yonder It champagne handsome coquettish theand howondered suddenly of Supreme married P of lasted average SCARED nomenaro you fthink a marriage CRAFTS 10000 YEARS VILLAGE Tchuantepec PanamaPacific Exposition civilization Francisco Beautiful modeling characteristic concession landscape GIVES IRLDS AS0IT extremity departs counterbalance Productsjconsul at Chemnitz Germany has been appointed a commercial agent of akthe department of commerce to undertake a special investigation of the UniudIparticularly in respect to coai tar products It is hoped by the department that his report will be help tlynthltlcheUnitedly gldgestions to Mr Norton may address him in carp ofthe Bureau of Foreign Domestic Commerce Washington h antirtheatrcr onridtfupnicai subjects Lcou Lose Him understand your party threw you overboard at the convention ra marked ore political candidate to an other IYes thats Tight replied the other but fqrtunatoly was strong enough 1too swirl to the other side lNQ CONTROL srho auto speeder was arrested late one night and brought before ttOj rourt noit morning 1Tu tendkItIisfWhy was it And can you rove icr rrCLisJQP onr honor IJ I iould fiavd abtltrolleiiltli tt ntfcbine hbv tdcould the cop have caught me- Boston American visitors to tilt ZOlC at till Panama PacIfic international Exposition find ouch to amuse them by a visit to Soa urn and hundreds of other in teresting concessions which line the tones broad avenue fora mile In Son Kum ono tries to nit all kinds of needs tor all kinds ot prizes IUncle Fanu la exercising airs ant tore c yea in the Maititua thenScrutinizing ithe IlimigrantS grants lIhorarfl leaving fforjelgc lands to seek homes In the I7nted States In the past statements have been made charging that the goo crnmrnt Is too lax In passing on the physical and nentnl fltnus of Imml grants but a study of the Vopc t of tho last years work of the putiStc health errvlco physicians who exaro ine immigrants will show that every man woman and child entering this country must meet strict health re quirements before being permitted to pass the Immleratlon ofllclaln GritInation has been developed which makes difficult the entry of the phys Jcslly or mentally unfit According to the report which the pubIc health eerv5ce has Just Issued to cover the work of Lao last flical year ending June 30 1913 the governments medi cal otitcms examined 1674371 immigrants at ports In the United States and Its dependencies Porto Rico and Hawaii This report Included the ex nmlnatlon of temporary or noiiImffil grant arrivals who are the alien resi dents of the United States making a temporary trip abroad and all nllcnt residing abroad making a temporary trip to the United States The porma sent immigrant arrivmls In thq United 11911192Iwere tertlflef to the office ot tho United States Immlgratlort bureau of the department of labor for phynlcal reasons The Immigrants who failed to pass the examination of the pirtiila health ofTewa were divide Into rra Blassea Out of the 38558 defective e GETTING OUT Of IT Being the Story of the Courtship of a Widow and Deacon By DON LA GRANGEW Copyright by the McClure Newapa per Syndicate Deacon Strother and his wife were eating supper when shy said to him across the table Moses If I should die would you marry again Bless me but what a question be replied as he choked But I should like to know It aint likely that I would You believe Ill go to heaven when die dont you Straight as a crow flies And howd I feel lookin down from neaven and seein you around with another wife But the angels in heaven cant look down on earth It is said they cant but how does anybody know they cant These are nice mashed taters laid the deacon as he helped him self to some more His wife was a Christian woman and a church member but nevertheless there were time when she want ed to know you know and he found it safer to choke her off than to argue with her He was hoping he had in this case when she said Yes Ive got a knack of mashln taters and youll miss me when Im gone How about my question MosesIYoull probably outlive me by ten years I probably wont and I want to know If you will marry again No sir I shouldnt The deacon was vexed with her persistency and he brought out his answer with an emphasis- All right said the wife and began talking something else Next day she and another woman were drowned by the upsetting of a boat on the river The deacon who was over fifty was overwhelmed for a time but gradually his grief woro away and ho was like himself again It Is not contended that he was an absentminded man but It is stated rnd it is quite reasonable thltafter the first month the deacon did not think of that promise again for four years Then it came like knockout blow Bit by bit he had come to be friends with the widow Stevens He had sat on her doorstep he had sat by her fire he had hoed in her gar den he had split wood for her cook stove Aye he had called her Sarah and she had called him Moses Ono evening he had had a talk with him self beginning with By the great horn spoon but that widder can make a custard fit for a king And then Deacon you have been a widower for four yearsfor four long years You have been sad and lonely It has come mighty liardIAnd again Theres folks wlnkln and bllnkln around and sayln that me and the Bidder will makoa match of it but let em wink and blink It haint none of their pesky business und I have tcld em so chucklei match for either one of us Home Is where tho husband and wife Is and weve cordlnltoThree minutes elapsed and then deacon brought his first down and Claimed exII Hint Hint No I wont hint a hint Ill Just ask her outright And he was going over In his mind what he would say when a thought struck him and he fairly leaped frpra his chair and gasped out My promise to my wife that 1 Couldnt marry again For Live minutes Deacon Strothers was as weak In tho knees as If he had seen a ghost He had promised and that promise was like a wall across his future path What did Martha ever pester me nto making that promise for asked himself It wasnt right heI It wasnt Did I ask her not to again In case I died first No course I didnt I jest left It to her feelings In the matter Was there any way out of It huldnt that promise be dodged It was an hour after tho deacons usual bedtime but he was still as lively as a fox He went over the matter for ten minutes and then said Wh did J promise Because Martha was in the best of health and appeared good for fifteen years yet Did she give me the slightest hint that she was goln to be silly ennugh to get Into a boat the next day No ahn dldrt Did she say she night get drowned Not a word Wouldnt a court hold that it was deception and that I wasnt bound by my prom ise When Jabez Reed sold mo cow for 30 and never said award about her Jumpln fences didnt the court make him take her back It said he suppressed a fact Didnt Martha do thq same iThe deacon went to bed feeling bet ter but when he awoke next morning his conscience began to trouble him again By heck but sunthln has got to be did exclaimed over his break fast and coon as the meal was fin ished he clapped on his hat and went out to look up Robert Roebuck Mr Roebuck was known as a very pious Godfearing man and he would see both sides cf the case and render a fair decision Ho was given the acts and after chewing on them for five minutes be said Deacon you was a fool for makin any such promise I know I was My old woman has asked ma moren forty time to promise the same thing but I never have done and never will But I wish T hadnt But you did and now we must see how you can get out of It Was your wife ever in a boat till that day Never- Was there any call for her to go on the river iNot a call1 Which of the women suggested that they take the boat My wife Deacon Stroth Grp If that dont come under the uead of conspiracy then my old white cow is a red one If any ono conspjres to force a prom Iso out Of another then hat promise wont hold I believe you are right Mr Roe a mctf repiica the aeacun wiw retie In his voice Of course I am An agreementi noIagainItShe did not asbirdWell parson and see what ho thinks about it He may hold sentimental views The deacon walked over to the par nonage and not wishing to be too brusque about it bo began Iarson do you hoW that ah antet hi heaven can see what is going on hero below If they could they wouldnt be grimIi But did you ever preach that they could INot that I remember of Heaven deaconIMy wife kinder believed that afte she got to heaven she could see what was taken place down here The parson was silent She wanted me to promise not to marry again In case she died because If she looked down and saw me with a second wife it would make her feel bad If anything could make the angels feel bad in heaven it would not be heaven would it By George parson It wouldnt Martha was mistaken about It If I was to marry halt a dozen time over she couldnt know anything about it But did she ask you to promise queried the parson Yes she kinder asked you promised IAnd I kinder promised but it was I did not want her to feel bad as an angel Now that you say sties couldnt feel bad if she tried her hardest I guess that promise neednt bother me much But look out next time deacon YesahemyesIts Stevens I sup pose rYes kinder Thrown out any hints yet A dozen I guess You may find that she made a promise to her dying husband Jewhlttaker Ill see about that tho first thing IIt was a new scare for the deacon und he made the two blocks to the widows house on the trot He found her In the garden coaxing the pea vines to climb their best and he didnt watt a minute before asking Widder Stevens did your husbandi expect to go to heaven when he died I dont see how he could He walt a man that cussed and gambled end drank Did he ask you to promise not to marry agin No he didnt and if he had i should have told him that was own business Why are you asking these questions Widder haint I a good man at the And a good one in the garden haint I lonely and you are Thenthen lets get married La me Bring pn the parson and have It over with and off our hand s for them string beans have got to b poled afore sundown Tree on Tree A singular tree in Cuba is called the yaguey tree It begins to brow at the top of another tree The seed Is car tied by a bird or wafted by the wind and falling into some moist branch ing parts takes root and speedily begins to grow It sends a kind of thin string llke root down the body of the tree which is soon followed by others In course of time these rootlngs strike the ground and growth immediately commences upwards New rooting continua to be formed and get strengt- antil the one tree grows as a net round the other The outside one surround and presses the inner strangling its life and augmenting its own powe- At length the tree within is and parasite that has taken possession becomes Itself the tree Scares One So What kind of doctor would you prefer a cheerful one or a bolemn one A cheerful one I guess At least I hate for a doctor to ret solemn afttt he looks at me PhilanthropyInassoc completinhisae night tits wife was called out to a case of distress through which he got an Insight irto the bad conditions sur- roundIng working young women iIn his clt uphiscured speakers and announced that on Friday there would be a public meet ing to consider the problem of tha working young women in local Indus tries Promptly he was summoned by telephone to meet the directors of his association and when he enteredrthep room one of his Christian backers burst put upon him with What hl do you jean by getting up this public meeting Dont you know Ive got 80 girls working the basement of my department store His other directors were equally stern and he was ordered to call off his meeting or loso all the important contributions to his Building fund He held his meeting and immediately thereafter resigned Edward A Ross in Allan Hn If the question of who is the highest official of the United States govern v ment here asked Highest Official almost any on In Washingtonanywhere would promptly answer the president and expect to go to tho head of the class But they wouldnt be right that ie not In one sense The highest government official in Wash ington is Charles Reitzel the guard at the top otthe Washington monument His place is 550 feet above the ground and he has held this high ppiltlon for 25 years Reitzel Is not a hard man to see One never hits to Interview his secretary first He attends to all his business himself About one hundred and sixty thousand people call on him every year from all parts of the world and during his long service about four million people have seen and talked with him Not once In all UiesB years he says has any serious accident oc curred up here and the principal duty of my high place is to see to It that souvenir Bookers do not mutilate tbj a11ato L STOMACH TROUBLEr I FOnFIVE y lfH A RS Majority of Friends Thtwflit Mr Hughes Would Diei at- One Helped Him to Recovery jIPomeroyton KyIn Interesting ad Hughesrwrites as folJowsill was down with stomach trouble for five 5 years and would have sick headache so bad at times that I thought surely I would die iII tried different treatments but they did not seem to do me any good Ilnd I got so badII could not eat or sleep all my friends except one thought tlI would die He advised me to try fbedlords BlackDraught stud quit M taking other medIcines1 t decided to take his advice although IldId not haw any confidence In It I have now been taking BlackDraugW for three months and It has cured meto havent had those awful side headache since began using IL 1 am so thankful for what Black Draughtnasdonefbrme Y Thedfords BlackDraught has been found a Very valuable medicine for derange I1ents offthe storaacfi and liver It Is composed of pure vegetable he trcontains no dangerous Ingredients and acts gently yet surely It can be freely used by youngand old and should thif kept In every family chest iOetOnly a quarti M IAtI the sktingfoom table studying their lesSons for the net day the telephone often rings A little fromhisgrowjiups get pleasure and profit from the farm telephone Do you knolv how little this Service costs and how valuableI It is WV Seethe nearest Bell Telephone Manager or r write for our free booklet A postal will do IF ER LINE DEPARTMENT f Cumberland Telephone iEtiand Telegraph Comi i INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY olai Children Cry for Fletchers The Kiwi You K vo Always Bought and vhlcli has teen ofhtold has been made under his per sonnl supetro JsId l tInco itslnfttnCy Allow no oho to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jostasgood are but rExperiments that tvlilo with and endanger fife health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is st harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Iftircotio SUbsL1ens age Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrighncss It Cures I3laxrhoett and Wlud Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho 1 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