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II3STABLSHED 5- t MI t f wrS EA f s tzj ii4 t p 2 I tEwlkmEL4xxxLNL II ttffMGFIELD H I WASHINGTON COUNTYI KENTUCKY JUNE t 3rI i I hii iIins ayssiIsms t Ife I liii Yr a ti h J tt e j tIe ar 4 I eMi Ml Miy ethic IIiiiBMvC cg MM mist a F II i after GMli ks MM IIJIMt IlOl1lMiu1l7I wwprtM that ie inilds ai1iited Ok tram inca Sa abd murder We 7indi Wi MVCT kk U loyalty MMl we wewkr fv ckadIt te wufer te attM ta eort d life 1altJa In paY Iwwcrtr tkMt Xlag Jate M atafUl a cOn IarrstITeI t n fltet Jiu1 Ubfe4- 1tstatgr Uwtt ok hqrt was bu1 1 Get atod tie pdaclpleB of fttNJsa bt eOeow kisleak BeYdwett r kbipa Hk retatkMwliip vttli 4M1 wide ate k m ef intellect ad tell katsaiss wap alt tke sore Retire to jka rr eewe At f SirM 1 Gd Mstmelgkbws rftft He tIN Wt retake tab steml rnM fI Iad Hit alJowN It td rnM VMM be jiteie Mis aetehbort Wttk B rltaefe M waa to the- TbefrIeereflc7 far a sees H te M Jet kk death to protect the k trMB ae Khnf DavIdtJ coa t WM aweiy aekep when M or hta HMral to iMtUrkk In aa ex 4 i lJattJe Held asd 1S N4 retreat JuvJnc Uww flMet ek oMd te b e killed Ito pfaM IIW4Hltlt cost the life- kusbandbutolMt 1MIed s ITe cfl scarcely tap oXlIdftt-o 19y ltt K pH ceJd hYe arranged such iHmaer JbLTe hfMJ aiy peace under iheee d f waltfsfcertly ihe4r tfrltt w s born Tkka appeared the ropUct Nathan Mere the Wc WJettlt bringing bis DriVo to the form ot a parable he- teWef a pe milwko bad but one ejire a ab Hot bQW a wealthy Leigh Wr had d frau4i kM of It cI aad outracllIMnttti fowrfaM a4 aleo be put to- tliMLTlwB tbt Prophet pointing to stkakSsrett yhoa art the manr aiii jropptir dr Ve h we the lesson Jt1IK8kMrar bat whoever has a Meeeye from the tust have the ce ifte to deliver fthas wisely as yissthtu X coarse bt faithfully laetairtiy Ktog DavWa coascteHce was 4 kke d He saw him own Ret tn the PtbpoIit ot pa 6 Divine 4Lw eC rifhtniMHeM troth kindness Mercy laJna aader that Law both JsiHiMe punb4keWss his Ma aad prayed fast ed et Prephbythat heeeeee et his repeatance the Lord mM JIoit cease Ms death nor with dnw aU Bis Wriac kladaeaseii but ttet iMTectheteM the child of bin sin sfceiM pet Mve that the ktog him seif WewWl la after tine surer severer pihtz fer his traraKresslon Met we perceive a principle of the Dt Govenmeat wepecUng those In MMat NlatkHHhlp with God Jus W rcttaatl avertb l6se still be granted Many Cferfetiaas have Mad experiences alo this lIne coDtlBue sinners but accepting fbelr kaart conditiOns He forgive them la that eotthe word yet troe arrangekMgmest taoe- verfja man ispweth that shall he also reap Jrt tMs tHvypC arniBffeieat the slnnec to efaa ed to accept Divine forgive 55L4 te refarm hta life even thyg4he Mar see severe penalty p rhajNi to fek tcwb JfjN Nsf Bif in4ann- yeryV jMMfr CttriIotkKTeM eaiewa s hr the ftftyiet Plta4 lKNMst etiMwe1l1 sin awraresr- f ug that JOaI David wad evertakea to eb IHi1tHe m a aid Is W NLJHMke a INAt 44i ettr1I6I seal s4 the Les4 The tesee apf Hea te all whe hjave heea covewut rektioaM- 44fi wtMi 94d It J l arteAt that wto Aece wtk mKy ft Ike 7iwo oa1-p 11 ft fn 4trfniii saercy aM ta- dt3P help t ii iSL- I reaI STA5 sa a e sboiefV + erri JoKM l fOl Aiw s Gts tftttor JLsiiHI sM kM Ntti0c6R Lo8aJ t r4iLfL5 NtB L I J1Jf1IIo Mff v tLr2I2 iei1att b Be n Hated by the General Aseenbly of the Commonwealth of Lentucky 1 That it shalt be unlawful fer any person firm or corpora ikm to sell offer or expose lor ale or give away or cause tu1 tojauyeighteen jears any cigarette or cigarett papeas or any other paperpreparjd to be filled with smoking tobacco for cigarette use 2 That it shall be unlawful for any person under the age of I tojhavetoj papers orany other fbritn pre1 pared to be tilled with smoking tobacco for cigarette use And this sec ion shall be punished by a Ine of pot exceeding five dol lars Provided that tim Court of JUstics tryiug the case may remit thf penally for violation of this section charged with the offense of the name of the person firm or corporation from whom he obtained any such cigarette Or cigarette paper That it shall be the duty of every constable policeman town irsharsherl1f orblS deputy when he finds any person under the age of eignteen years smok in g a cigarette or cigaettepaper- in bispossession immediately ioquireof such persorwhere and of whom he obtaiped such cig arette or cigarette paper and upon failure of any person to give such information when re quested by such officer the other aball arrest such person and take him before justice cr other officer having the jurisdiction to be dealt with as provided with io Rectipn 2 of this Aqfe Upon information ot such person to said officer of tne violation of any of the provisions of Section One and Two of this Chapter he shall immediately report such iBforiaation to tIe prosecuting attorney of the county hoshall have the person given such it fOrmatiOn along with any witness es having any knowledge of the transaction summoned before Grand Jury at its next session for investigation Any officer failing to perform the duties re quired of him by tbisl section shall be fined not exceeding five dollars for each offense Justices of the Peace and Police Judges are hereby given concurrent jurisdiction with the Circuit of = 7thist rr 4 Every1 perol who shall smoke or useacigarttte orclga retteq in aayachooibitaingor any building or gcbari theft 11pUrpoM11 ihererfbr lwf tl purpoeci iihali l be guilty for a lei oaworI and upon conviction fia11i be1 punished for each offeise bys lfine of not learn than one oraaore than tIe dpllars 5 Any person firm or corpora tion violating theauyof pr visions of this wise provide shail be liable to a Act where punishment is not otherfine of not loss than ten dollars or more than twenty 6ve dollars for the first offense andH subsequentI offense shall be for a fine ojt not less thafl twentyfive dol llars nor more than thre hundred dollars and on a failure to pay jthe ffne iund costs of prosecution shall be required to work same out on publio road 6 All acts ahd parts of acts l inconsistent with this act are herebyrepealed Approved Marco 17 1914 Drop FiDe Colt President E A Tipton of the Kentucky Trotting BOres Breeders Association received a tele gram recently to the effect that the famous trotting mare Lou Dillon 158 12 had forled a brown colt by The Harvester Farminear0 KG Billings Mr Tipton is manager of the farm oner of the famoua breedinfi establish ments in the world The new of the colts arrival will be received by horsemen generally With a great deal of interest as the dfrniis the chaw piontrotLiug ware ot the world and the sire rfy the champion trotting stallion of the world Great things are expecrddof thp offspring of such noted blood +Farmers Home Journal Notice I ChemicalDry Cleaning spong lag and pressingofzIl kinds on Ladies and Gents garjnents also ojd garments worked over and new garments made to fit you Phone 6 R F W Baumbauer Prop Main 8t Springfield Ky 7I IF t drop The prospects for a large fruit crop in1 ashlngW county is said to be very flattering GrowImalixietlBerry shipments from Tenn esaeeMilsissippland Louisiana are yefy htavy at this time I andI prices have been very 6ry r greatfIyI t promises to be the largest in years Additional days of rain would havecaused the fruit to rot strawberriesIWarei- ountyC Ky Ibis week and last The eshavesatisfactoryThe v asreportedhavIngdonecostlydaage i wheat crop hi Kansas Nebraska Oklahoma and Missouri The lrl haveisu1feredBeavv rains have retarded the cantaloupe growth in Georgia thequanit1t years and the crop will begin to move ubout June 1 The blue grass seed crop of Garrard county farmers will rei rt1geSome9 who have in previous seasons sent out from twenty to tthirty strippers will cut out this o irs crop since the yield in main lo caliiies Is notwoh the ex Ljae of harvesting One Hundred Dollars For Jett Moonlight SchoolI The Kentucky Federation ofr Wopeqs Clubs in their annual meeting iihsLexiogioa voted t0 offfl a rjzeuif 1100 to the tea lh er in Keniucky who should teach the beat moonlight school I the prize is to bo awarded i through the Kentucko Illiteracyr Commission Frankfoit Kentucky Here is a chance for some teacher to add a hundred dollars to his salary and ft many teacherS ao help others and to help Kentucky Go in and win this prize Fourrooms for rent lights water Mrs Chas Eppersoo iSpeakers CawiMiicM AfaiiMt Ittkeracy The Kentqcky Illiteracy Coatmsslon announces the Speakers Campaign Against Illiteracy a1 JulyAugUstBnnJred and twenty of Ken tuckys greatest orators led by the Governor of Kentucky will invade every county to lspur up the forces in the fight to wipe out illiteracy Each county wilt have a campaign of its local speakers in each distrlctj prET liminay to the final rally Dir jug the three months each aud- every school district inKentucky will be campaigned This lithe first campaign educational or otherwise to be extended to each district in the State 301Jwheo your little girl was ics Was it Sears EOfbuck Co Who carried you last winter when you were out of a job and had no mqney Was it Mont gomery Ward Co or was it your home merchant When you want to raise money for the church or some negdy person in town do you write to the Fair Store in Chicago or do yoa go to your home merchant How much does SiegelOobper Ai Co pay tpwarn keeping up your sidewalks or paying the minis ter sajaryy When you were sick how many nights did the Larkin Soap Co sit up with whordrops the tear of sympathy andI gives you the cheering word Is it the home merchant or Marabal Field k Co or any other outo f town concern Patronize bcth- tmerchantsEx 4 7 A Seridut Error Here Is a letter received recently by a Georgia game ward n beerSurI dot want this sorter licents I thot I Was git tin a matridge lIcents Some body sent me too mr Jones and sad be would giv Me a licents uiandy was sO mad when I army e back with this here buntin licents she sed I didnt have since enuf to git married and BillrbxtIiIwantml munny back unless this licents will let me shoot Johnston Seed corn at Edelen Ba rber I ii h 11 E II I I III ofTaingt6ncountyat the iAJe vf toI i9 Dt t ltou8ep atpiingkkl I il I 11- I 11i I SATURDAY JUNE55 JI1 11j1pJt p tiAIcljEQLQKdBMfc f e tiriiJ i Jf J JII ji Eyeryoriesirwitedtobepresent and heaT Mr1i tB v L I 1 Morrow i wbotsOle of Kentuckys MostII BistinffuisJie4 Sonsand Gifted ora L J f ipJIj i t 4r l a f w wH4imd3rnIi r I ti lfrontporelti U1WiteteItWStit Mi g Frftsti Aliop attei to mislead jhe jfcHte s J the other1 4y y aibeei J for ftie Yovth Cosapamee Atlas PeciciettE16gqaItoir4 yeEtr y wearing tevywa- itch cbaI kT trtM- tared tbrt beWU 4l C Itl4r oi1airerM goihgw b1id a new hOUthlk spigeiitrying teIavh aruer go that all ffie rodai will be oaHtie north sfde flylayswhrctsIirirnoiabtijlbLt1iy http D erton nerigs J 5j f The goverBBMBt iis evideBtly now hia1hrtti kooJ4dtUnifr i thit and iriothefbat f i Rats festered okeKazley corn crIL fnigf it1 carried a1IW Leori ta look 6isi ckaaiikt fit w1tIs bard to ii 3IaLtj 004 Simi FUdiosr 1Jd tiioh gW eV j hf n from 6w OB tjbhThb4t ing idoi aad the pro6p cU are good tor a big blackberry ttrbp Toba Moiety who some time ago cuugbt a aepsseatfed cold when ha wnttol p too rear kiotiu 1st M a1mprotracted meeting I g ot- to stVBouwRIlowasColumbusl AJjjiopt f t p IanecktI llrwayait beckrcbevJPtimvDillard who has beem CraVlng KtlO Jli eir for some ti b j ed w tb tJW y tciiU- Iudon ft41fihJr l r 411 aaaule A swam of bees jtbl ifter Att luPeck the ettitr day aidcbkied blni llmo ie Urr jiUKiMe The beg sboVrt wlpew ludbmentintHeic s JlCtiq1J ofa place to settle Fletcher itolep decUre PllblJcl th4tb1 pjaiker bedce1sio idd ht ki not bereatMi be rMbifianoftbia1C or debts that they matte f whet the Excelsior FMaB BaBti atteJp4 W 40 SKMM Wahh HvckaJkRjb tiOyfhA MM Hocks asked that tfc HMW fiddle of Colnentiiy1 rAlis p be oamitted as he wu alrald lt would jar her ettiRj of ggv The Qfd MIMfr bf JstBeket Ridge who buyL1a Xew xtbllars in the gartten one day lut week hntot t tQcouiiaMymter1 day and fouttaeII 144TO Mosly sayeveyibmg alloiIIW be planted fa the dark jqC bel moon The Tin Peddler who comet through Hpffwillo Vert Weelt got an orier fre IMO ilelI- WangerLtotatrinEW 11111 in ne uf hifpatrs bf ii TW Peddler wflvt zjrIII1 hi Jtcltln r xtrtwindow pAB Iti Ip iraHow i One of Ibbe tiptai t i WItmia rwo bicoLp- elled c1zroeic1a soittIm g tbi aflaaumeettbeCdck HIcks hiJ OIWhcbt hfs hair on the Irtt slde this MM mer floetlittolLO ieplace Whebes1f kkkrd hiip iiO NMk TCtsrsir rlh t All persons baying claims against tb wM gf E Gib gotn decree irtbertby BMt fled to preflanai Io the i8 deraiga Bfoperly preveu iiei or before tWfih diye JBW 1915 AU iiersoM Iii4 MIE W said Mlatcjur fKBMted to call 7iTI1is14rhKpir 0 Wjnuoat LotOn tlcar Day iasU l WeIit- aaeod I Fl f fJtpvoiby rettwMIc t hMc Carry1V 1 01 I ff ij iiru JLuis 1dh L 1a + tf F Lt k 4 fiMifr POWDWL1 1 tkoy IstheiTouiewYesj Greateitffelpiv X THAT fo tempting totIIie 51 ro 7 VYlaggardippUte u1EgIt U1UtUIAtI az4eli tbhobicuit t i ROyaifllke the perfC I hrt cake b1uit and muffi Ii I H and improret thvc t4 alth1neisofI1rIeen ffoods J J TtTevkf theWacufttbrcikiti l short cake mor tt j il i ibIezndiueItMme time making theuet ifr attractive and apetIzh I 1 Ro3t1 Bkfn POWd 1 i I djcambIetheprepsritioa iiall the yeirrdaDd of pertet I foodsit ta VI j Sh H Althothe JJr at sockjaris L jScHnavilJer Itvrauksomlf 4 ra6tlIIes iJrdgtoapot stok ftardfc ottpcmYrtJwUl have ihelistfncUo of Mt g toe firsVpfi lireijMroL jrard m IIiA Ui iltl1 p ii t llyJll itrItrart rtroagiia- ull IoslugQittar will be 6f this eteria1 000Jy She teno S awl hayrack will b of wood j a IMMJ are WlU itbre if a JltkU 1t iBl rot thiir cawiB a fire Vi JUert bLie J6 V eimivs Iris B ia the pat twelve yFsr qausiig n ato of aboat 50000 After q Iae Jast rlit WM detemlnedto mmke jiJli loW rcprof qi forjB coo tract were awarded wetsv tak B oa both iood a in aod coBbrete atruetaras and fit wis JoBBdtli ttijeco atwood iIB cbestructiO pusauoiatio wrJnkllra Komldbe equal to c tit of 6o creei to Part of the yard is in two ai toils aid iketotalcapecity wil u bd 85000 stieep iq800 cattle and 15000 boxiT Exchiage F WKere CM Hi iyIL7ha Uf here can a Baaa buy a cap JOJ bis koeet IlK key for skckl of his hair l 1tPr lstt1el f id lgi enay because lh re mrsmtlier Is the erown of bin head where IeBM ajre set Who travels thi bridge of his noee Cs be BM whtB ih1ij1ithe- foe of his JBOBth tJa iUat the Hd of hi toes of Wb tjdWe berates fron the U a tbistonae WhO plays on the ruin of iltsii4iad who can tell tbe cat and i- Slleof hi coat bw toWMch wears COB the crook iohlsVelbawb is seat tt jjellY And if ao what did ik dof ii HoW 4sa a rtatho 14er Wade IIi I maire1donI know do you w TUIr t I I Ci Ii 11tJi aThstckiI11ittracY a1iaoIse1t NIlBtf iq XiiL- mcbcy JMk M cwgiaIZia f Jot u ttbatIte aIi I1lIs l- lbt tHnJkDowa t1M cwIIitt ciIkMicI efI Ijtbs4L1SDd UM AfM p jn tbtI T Pssiy F5u Wr C4tta till It t12iity ti fr 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cl Tiaidwlitiltio S- 1uXwntsk sty lk 4 Unitedl 84ie wtia114fTwa t oi al iSIOb sss IsS UWd uE4Il Wbo rmiSXiCIt t WIfsa aids I S Ues t to M yiit Wo bir isce 1 Hell biWOS4Y1dI ia a wsarflinisr ill tbi U1worked iheir jass T ir teoi m1- tM IS last reM tttlOIIJ nsaawS4 J Wbr 44- 4iidmak s Pu ifoom o- rtstssrssIonlD town MN S 1S AI ply to IiAIsi H V 7 Ift R1NGpIEtD KY- Ita NUw adtw Dd ub1Iars- st iI Ri7a cksa- liow N J XIiAIR Tayette couBty an w dMtt iorxeel ction aa ksMx aiiner Iu4coM pqo h Docrtc Voters in the 94 t yZyMgothd to JOHN E NEW HAM of Mardtow ie1on county M MMMidate for the Democratic y mttmmltom bc Jtitilnxd Coaamissjoncr s Ditrct Frirnar A1iSt7 1915 rfvcJuagt H M a MMKdat l r reelection 1M e4 W Circuit Jodge of the Ib J l MiCt IUbCt tO taisNIC the 1crtc primarp AU1111t71915 i Mi j STl4bf I t Ckcwt Jidge of the fcMiUfc JdieisL l Districts subject to t ths pratic party at te AiIIIUIprirY tv Cca siyW are avtkeriaedio aanenfce W H Spraasaw of LebejtOBj a candidate Jor 4W Mtee ef CoaaaaoBWeelth Attorney Jef tke Ktavcatk Jo Bei l District avbjeet to taw rtion of ta Democratic aatty at ta August primary JohnhA Folia as for Common M ttB tAtterney for the Eleventh r J eicil Dietrtet subject to the action e th Dsocricparty at the August- r SIMeSeMNr- j W M Mtkericcd to announce John t Gruwty el Lebaon Ky for HiBilir froa tnk the Fifteenth 3en twfW dbtrict eo ipo edof the coun M f Taylor Marion and Washhig tev NJkjeet to the action of the Dem 3 FKtytxMative w are Mitherized to annuoncaCbai w 0 Durham M a candidate for Represe Mutettv iia th lower house of thfe f Kwtoeky Lfi kture rom WasLing eowty ifejct to th action of the D4lcfat PaTti iI the August prj We mwi 4iori d te announce TH mjaHyMa eadidate for Bepresen tkr MtfctIwr tfoose of the Ken Ieky Zi1ature from Washington Maty irafefcct to the action of the BMWMMMkp rty In the August pri fSe1 Tbertply ofth Germa Jic pcr41l joyernnaent to the note wj of ita United States against tht ftiikMfof the Lusitania is not b lBc received with any gral k thekI in tbatit Js an inyasioo of tbu 4 rntndLde k Wilson will demand ap im stkbIe and uneqnivocaan t w WhII we do not wish WIT vet tlie answer is anything bl lair and is evasivei yet with the grfttable diplomacy of the tbctAbvertedi I Prof H H Cherry has beer J zgain elected President of the We tern ICeotnckv NToVmn School at Bowling Green whict t r poiifcion he has filled forbears Prot Cheery takes a first rank i aBJonghe Educators of the Icouhtry c uJst WarNws SI f ATJNITEDSTATES Geraiany must guarantee tht Mfey of neuirals Vat sea Iii prpapfc fashion va cordiug to tbc byPnet If this quesliou is jjatisfac 1 rily aosweredj the United aties will then be ready to dis case the features concerning he 3CiisitaBia case through diplpma U channels he note an poun t cing this Goyernmenta stand will W prepared v President WiliiOu personally and probably rangthltted tp Berlin before te end of the weekv AUSTRIA SS otwjthstandn the recent bjitlmiitic reports from Petro SS thekivneigh dSk veopJ in favOrof the HUB It otthiem that th- 1 3 ArOUermn bVtment f iysj is drawjngcIoer FRMC 14raiirnIti tlbe rtcapjvre Lby tM riBaJrt of jportipns ol Ojry ptIosscfSSW irt f th Lg Ireir ores r r h4ato4r p its ott the juuUua cazn proRress AHo iJpUhly to ttho nfor va Arrai at Souchez where heavy Iote63 warjB Inflicted on theQ0r mane atd ip th4 LibyrJuth nearKeuvilje St Yaast whewT the Gernaanv wdrKs the JPrench assertareiSJaIItng bands ITALY bateeitraIns and Italians are bcbtitn more spirited an iDdicationtbat the Italian troops are coining witbin string distance of the- repared Austria1idMensesI the mountins v i si GERMANY A Zeppelfn said dvbr Londoti the Germans annponceVas in the isry of reprisal brylbe re cent bombardrrien W by allied aviators of Ludgsh fen audi xesiilted in therkilling of fonr person atfd the injury of a few others ENGLAND hSSsSS V i A British offldialj islateme n Says a Turkish prisoner coptured tyro weeks ago ithe Ddrda nell campaign a sertea t at up to that jime the Turkish losses on th6 allipoli Peninsula were pyer40GOO men The Zeppelin Iraid has resulted in a renewal of aUacks by mobs on German business houseSin English wns Valley Hill 4rLSwas DereTaesdiy6n business Mr 7f T Beztraand wife wereS guests 0r relatives near Tayt lorsville Thursday and Friday Mr N G Marks and wife of Springfield were guests at the hme of Mrs Palmer Goatley Sunday Wiss Louis e Tatu m is at bo m e after attending school at IfHlB rs burg the past term We are sorry to ireponf Mrsk Hugh Goatey on tfre sicl listt Several from this place att n ded the Decoration at WiUteburg SundhyS SMrswas the gust 61 her pareritsi Mr and Mrs Farmer Goatley the week end Mis Futjk and daughlei rsfI LtoniBVjlle werd guests of Mis Clifton Taylor last weet Mr and Mrs M Read were guests of Mr and Mrs W T Beam1 Sunday Messrs W E Brown and E Case Springflefd wer in pur mldsfc Monday Litsey und Tatbam Springs crossed bats Saturday on the local lofanda very spirited con test ensued in which the former was victorious by the sRoreof 3 io 2 Vandyke twirled for the locals and had tbe visitors under control at all periodsbf the game Several of our citfzenssuffer ed severely from the downpour which occurred in town and vi cinity on Thursday nighl A great deal of ground was washed terribly or overflowed and a large amount pf fence was tjrn down kand partly washed away as wellas some corn and tobacco We hope we will Snot witness another such downpour POOR OPINION OF RUSSIANS Qerman Comic Paper Ridicules tho Bureaucracy of the Empire of the Czar j The rimall esteem in jvhidh before ha great war began the Germans acId the military machinery of Rus dais Castrated in the following ex tract from a German comic paper- pub1s1iedby the way when the war was attuolly ten flays old The flue sian ministorof marine iit was suid had discovered that manufacturers in Finland were delivering largE qiian uties of cardboard to the governmentS orksv Qe promptly sent for the iead of i one of the imperial ship farda it your plan he snlH to j that iunqtionary to make the armor plate of our new battleships ofcard board par1ouidignity 4butL that was EQrae time igo Nowadays the orders are to make the armor plate of real iron Why then all this cardboard from Tinland quoth the minister TW was the replyfa for the army You would not have our sol Jiors run aronuu alllhe lime 1nire toot would you P New York Eve nihgPost An Impossibility UI wanta goodwatchHafao that will Jast me forever Cant glyp you one like that sir Alt ray Watches have their hours num bered t At Last v rponsoii dreamed al hja llire of a lit tie Place la the country pld ho ever gef It1 Yes Ho was buried jnia country gravo yard iv SUJcuB Wiien istho proper time to coiugatu1ath abeanLgroorntS Cynlcus After they have lived to gether for at least A year and are still kappyPJiUadeIph1a RecortLN F w COMBATING OLD AGE THEORIES EXPOUNDEpivBY PRO METCHNiKOFFf SsSSt Russian SclentlsVAmazIngly Vigorous at Seventy Years of AQ Tejis v How HumarrLffe May Be Professor Metchnlkoff Is agaltt dis coursing on beneficent bacillii TheirS introduction into the system stroy pernicious microbes will post pone old age lndeQnItely he main thins with the resiilt that no marl need take a vacation to recuperate lost vitality Metcbnlkoff at seventy works all the time with undmlntehe zest The fountain of yout which Poach deieon Bought In 1513 In Fbi ida he1 could have found at homo In sour milk and natural sugar For lila years tJteRussian scientist is amazingly vlgqroufc Ho has been getylng back ana keeping his youth far 17 years In a recent interview MetchQlkoff seems to have said noth Lug about exercise aa an aid to health Ills aim has boon to prevent contami nation of the blood by Intestinal poi sons whlch clog the human machinery by contact as they spread to organs I antI arteries Presumably Metohnikoff J takes the air regularly but science interests him much moro than sport Perhaps it can be inferred that ho does not think the usual forms of exercise necessary If a proper microbe diet le practicedi Tile active agents Metchnlkoff finds In the sugar of dates as well as In the lactlq add of prepared milk Wi eats nothing that Is not cooked even his frIt must be stewed The sour milk he takes at his first breakfast which consists of vegetable bouillon and weak tea besides the draft of bacilli At lunch and dinner he eats a little meat free of vegetables and always compote xf fruit While other Bdenttstsjof lila age who do not fol low his systenrAiHer at their work in the laboratory Professor MetcanK kotc knows no fatigue finishing each day fresh and iuit t ithupiasm Yet he comes of a BhbrtIlved family Us Insists that his f physical condition proves beyond challenge that the the ory of beneficent bacilli IIs sound gomo of the physical culturists reach the same result by a system of bone twlsjtlng muscle stretching and flushing the colon One of them Sac ford Bennett a wellknawn business man of San Francfcco Is moro rigor oils and nimble at soventytwo than Professor1 Metchnlkoff is at seventy Mr Bennett whd eats dhat he pleases holds the same theory qf the debili tating anoT wasting effects of lutes thai poisoning but knowingly he does 30t consume certain1 kinds of bach 5topetimenter on himself he la jiot a pel enlist At fifty Bennett was a blilout and tiredout business man rapidly growing old Today he has a fresh complexion sleeps soundly moveS about like a healthy man of forty anfi can go throujjfr a days blrfl stootlnf iii the woods without fatigue Assum- Ing that Professor Jletchnlkoff Is right when he says that the hattle of bacilli In the human syatem can be decided In favor of the iaVaders Introduced la natural sugar and sour mllk lt might be worth while Inquiring whether the badbacilli are not killed y the meth ods of the unsoleriliac San F ancteoo priest of youth ln old age ttithoughhe makes no study at all of those foods that contain good bacllll New Methods Kill Old Customs One by one they go the cabbies of the cities In Chicago for Instance only a handful remntns of the old timers ABayanlButng race we salute them When the vA earner to take away their livelihood they scorned the new vehicle with o line fervor and rofuswd to acknowledge Its advantages or ex pedlency No good can ooiao av thl buzzln blazln crazy contraptl rt tiey wopOf course tbilr i ioome dwindled but tUoJr gat tight grimly maintaining thdc stand against tfee evils of fallen fortunes and speed mania At the reports of auto brlsandaje and tax tblwesiihejf shook their gray heads solomnlyand spat sagacIeuBiy What did I toll yet one askoi trk umphantiy No good can cem at thim muripr rna thhnes From this reflection they take per petual comfort Meanwhile the cabby dpe s oh his1 seat lathe sunlight Great Men In Dlsflulse If a potentate of afaraous nwa worn In your slip how would yo u face the probable asaasBln Wiar- i told thatth kaiser has his special doubles made up In his Imap it likeness and dressed in undemudtaHi jof his uniforms so that the wciay may try his powder on the dog They have adopted the method la England as when there were two HIchm Bd tn the field But somehow we all ll s best the splendid yanlty of NaltQa who iusUted on going into the ftghtt in toll uniform and with his orders on hja breast It waSfor that recc n lila last tight Most of us In pmc tlcer perhaps would give away a fow old suits for the assassin to pet at Londpn Chronkale inquisitive Youth My boy has tire whooping oongfc That must worry you Well maybe Its all for tW bb When bos whooping he cant questl nsandIget time to read the inquiries bo has already madd5t Gems That Brought Misery The history of dlamb te aad the many other precious stones ruby Ur qublse emerald opal topaz fldppJEtre chrysolite sardonyx amcthymt nearly all of which are mentioned in the Sorlpturetgoea far back of hiiterl tlmos and lost In a maze of religion superstition and legend Ifkasbeen lutermlnglgd with Intrigue pottUcs and diplomacy murders galorei scan dalsxunnumbered Imprisonments aoj baboodlngs The story ot the MDia mend Necklace whIch possible lane i cently on her part smirched tho farto of Marie Antoinette us one ol the factors In agitation tnat led tp the great PrencU revolution Tho Bastllo opened to feeveral of the hctars In thc ecandaJ fano OMhem Cardinal dp Ro ban who 04 arrested in his fobpe in Sthaidst ofhjs court Calteati6 Iu 7ipus m gju1an swndIr asoth- erbf sCile prlsonejj aiidiuq tess LaplotteYalols of royal Itsaag who was the chief conspirator lor pi ctuary gab tt3f Irani t nrispa to LuGdonJt Cbcro ka J in jc ary t 7S- UlOVE TO ABOLISH FENCES Pittsburgh Newspaper Regards Idea yVlthFavor but Has Doubt ofjjts Practlcabinty j Baltlmoro comes vfQr rdrjicommunity back yurdides alrwxtiyJse subjegtjpf practical experiment in St5lihtSpatchI and Its rubbtshhithtni fences and to create Instead a iifilh borhood open space or park and pjay ground that would keep the obll dren off the streets and offer residents instead of a little coopedup andlirac tlcally useless piecepf private doniun a chance to btretch hamsalvc apd en Jo a irVeddm pf movement to bw bud j in no other way A corespondent who dlreots atfcen Lion to the scheme suggests that might bQ expanded into a factor 15 reducing the cost oi living if the corn would devote part of them1nhiy dpen space to growing trait o sarden truck JAdinlrablS sa the Idea may SeejnNin tio abstract It jaay be questioned whether neighborhood Luman nature baa arrived at tbV perfection fees 4ttty to Its success It notdifflcalt to imagine a refractory resident an geced by some neighbor spoiling did whole plan by restoring Ills fences It may be doubted top wbjstheivthls if i could be avoided by5 any bladifag agree ment being secured in advance Then also there Is always the possibility of an Tintldy neighbor mussing up the community back yard of clothesline fights and dogs and chickens afd all Ttho numerous troubles that add spied If not Bweetnoss to neighborhood ftr ivlBtonce v J300D lltf GARDEN MOVEMENT City of Duluth Has Demonstrated That It Is cf Vaue In Many Different Ways Jn the summer of 1913 the Duluth Commercial club obtained thro ya sant lots Iri different parts ot tho city and put a man In charge of the three tracts Ho conducted demon Btratlon gardening through the sea Son was always available to AaJp puz abed gardeners guided the school chil dren In their work and otherwise stimulated the garden mo emint In the city From an Importer of garden prod ucts Duluth ecame at least a pro ducer of its qwn supplies iDuluths hinterland is developing agrioultural If but the garden movemenCln thc city has lost none of Its significance It has proaioted the ownership of many hOmes It has drawn children from pte street and made thorn gas den enthusiasts it hiss Induced great er ofllelency Among wageearners throueh contentment and more health uJsurrouHdlngg and It has tpade Da lath a city of gardens beautiful to be oofd Of greater value to Duluth Is thc moral effect on the city Thofrlslns t genaratlbn is one of grdansrs Fac j tory wo1kers am4 pace emplay no only raise their own v g9Utbl3 bl they have developed their bodies by the ejcerolso The demand for mleooef gambling houses aiid simIlar reports i dying out BAD PLACE fOR A GRIMJNAL t Governor Stone Discovers One Inmate of Penitentiary Who Is Willing j to AdmltGullt jSoBHtor Stone Vlin iatbe exeou tlfe once of MHwostl ose day vlittcd JefffraoRjprlaw rd and talked to them freer oeehdng to find out the otvnea 4 caqdUtane of the tSrlms that seat them there Bur In g a whole day Gov arnor Stone found not si Mglel mar who failed to declare that IM up in nooontof the crlid with wkifth bo fas charged that perjvred tstiassey hadj sent hits thora or Utat a prejudiced hadjury returned an Unjust Verdict was sad waigl4 eathat1ie UhMMt ML Fbfiflly about senset the KdVeraor fpuwl a single men who 09 Maf in toted promptly declarad 7T stale a horjj beaauee I wanted to ride to Kaaew 0d1 Was cAWgktLI and Convicted asd hY iHthla tQ My about the ver Iot WtU sAId 51sr tw e t wijl OUt year diesbarge teerrpw oethiot VilllBCly emtteitiF to IetI AonfooMd criminal like you are rmiaJn Ethis penitentiary vhere yew Wy corrupt the morale of ao many hoe 1istaeaSt An Aid to DI rj t reIk uUt t dasius iwept over Use oopittt sad oo tatewsrliiB beffi to ioputbSlItOOIt ftore that reei1sm M I too goufcari MMetniR Is 4Iae-l Whooyounse SII Thee tWo oompltOntp Ijpve pre venUd a grwit Many old tedfei anA getlen u frost mad4 em olvoa rWlcutoup lly trying to dnoatf the teage and IL Lest trots Pkcac4t- I Mvejtt si MeBHrtMiBaw for a weok siios heh iEe 41140Rt Was he aertowly iBMfofr Nbut be fe l the5 dIsrae dCs SS 1ieraee7 JYe Ater ll In k55rt theotty all his hn went to tae ua t Weic and vz7f mtlicwagon- TOO BUSY TO LEtfistAf That more than shrfjrpw cent of the representaiivt m ooognag arti lawyers and only 1R per cent are bnstets men is lMnrei Jiy our sprightly xmtewpamy a Wall t Street Journal whidt ir idd like tc see this state of affaire rWerafed If tlie recent depteision in trade were to bf bug protxactoa this might be ac opmi4Wied but uotoUigwe rhiS reason bushes men ai not In o ge is that they dont want to h- ilr4 they are tw busyNow York Herald ShnrpnTngtp Did 7011 over think of filing Vno dliks of your hlorptv sharp when Ithey get bluntIttakp eoineUwe and elboy greasobutIt pays liret 5ratc J JS Be Honest in Packing i PaCk fruit honestly from top to botI torn aad put your name or trademark on It In establiahiiig a permanent iska 55 5SBOTH ORATORS AND WRITER Engllah Newspaper Comments onDuit Qualltles pf Those WhoHave y Been Called Great- An enticing aiiljject fur discussion I ila the writer afc rotator It to of course thaiie that the mental processes belosalBg to to two orders of erpreaslbn are wholly difieuat rat says a BorraBpondeae of th Mar cheater Guardian I should challenge very strongly the eontoaUon that the good writer IB seldom A gdod ipeaker putting aside TStrrk Gladstone Bright and others who cjymol prop erly be put into classes I submit that the number of raoflem writers who bav been fine fipeakers is very ktrge Cannlns and DIsraelL couW write and speak equally well Macaulay al though as you remark h4 memorized uift speeches was among the gr at uarllamantory orators sr the reform era The memorlzlag by the way was not his fault He could not help knowing word fort word everything hat he prepared anti ho acoompllahed the extraordinary feat o writing out for publication in hU last yean when bo was too ill for original work tha orations which he had g oken too or twpnty years earlier Coleridge hiS adarifers thought was a marvejdus speak Dtckona was almost wtbOut a tflral aiioi dEn aer Public speaking waa a torment to Ru kln as to Carlyle hnftkote who heard him neVor forgot the experi jy 3Iat haw Arnbld wae a poor Breaker kThackeray on the platform was pitiful But Jet me suggest a few other examples Lord Roeeben IB an orator and an accomplished au thor bfr Bailout when tfo likes can write like an angel and there are few more deadly debaters Lord Morley will llvtf ag a writer but ho has made great speeches Lord Curzon writes exactly as he epeaktv and with abodt equal faoitity and force In their entirely difrereat ways Lord IlaldaMq and Mr Hrrell eajoj tiho ditar facility They punMder Chesterton and Bernard Shaw it oer lain reajjecte the greatest master of public qpeeoli as of kvrttten fCocllst alive today And not to extern Jh list there is W B Teats fa yhom are comblriwl poetic genius a fliw corannui l of prose aoda jtJft ofspeeek whicl at Its best ts tftfrftwlr Uncle Sams Name Like many othdt the general acceptance of the nanit Undo Saaa Is tmceabie to a small tn oldent The ooeorrea l lufltlOC years old ansi iBeae ated wlttt Troy N Y nbere after the war of 112 hubert Audanwn an army cotrtraclor purebaaed a qisaiLity of provlsiotta One of the oflcial ptorWbn inspector was Samuel Wilson irao beciauae ot big popularity WM generally referrec aa UIeeS SemWIZSSThe Boxoe of proTftlona were stamped A U S th4 llret two be lag the iiUdals of ert AarscD- and fliut two the usual abbrerJa tloa for U tta4 ttsi Wfaea oo iff the Bkea eagfefed in tbLDrk of trans ferxfH the IMKM feakad pie day what tHe l ttSr attod1 for he replie4 Jokingly that tttegr stoed toe m frt AHdensoa atti UatSe JWm a Mitaa Wilson The eI7agit aad aftec beh osmissItet firom p tmt to p1It Ia erp ei4ssi spread aver the eOr7S S4j r7vioiWaeH arMttejbMjtttfe Beetle In vaeeifi 4 w4l Ma mmusain w In was benrd tpr raarJf tbat UriteAataiy j5 ettttMrtaaded in K aiaaa M Wvlfe certainly hilt taking a good tck prorfektiu and hide la a poayenU ceYoenseotThe of his uupMS otic T ett Sailed hISS out sect dayS on parM Md iecutroO May ww on his o t4krdlosSYouN a lsgrass totZsiPeIaeAt and tae S rtrJoit4 rf he oftod Faaay yet threateoiaf a vim away but Id bft wr you 4U nulok Uni iy taaa iitr frwSZsri be Isss TessS boner tiit bsqs yet ewk rt1sp- isthIsgft oaioeeh7LensT- ItII5S d1E S fe Viw EMilUtot t5E Tisst biiim nehij whine howl uisj sAr kpei act the estuary notn ichistaudtpis uattoa afvea by Mr KdwtW C Cross man In Oottof VYidi one poetlW ca eeptioes Ia cartaip eOaWtl ais aefc Cfls54157 BMXterjit miUlary buHeta Iii ttO JiIope standing 4ack of the ftr tag ttaeHMtlUng te aMdiy4 except a irttw emsM ef ai Mia arwnpd this bttllBia hess Va t It UeVei at algH speihl At a vUtty of 1 0 feet a second qr ise e UM riots M him nothins an MiiA aya Jop ian vaa Tloiwrtljr cractwi haeksuai hfnP TheM who Mend Its paouKk item hre xWe kqar the bibfleta Vck end later the dull Htoddta nolre of rile tt whiok iMtea otttepecdeil teak LosjBftA aaticM a irU er hit it I96 ywp raigtm r the stwuMl of theS e4iwa the bst Bat tbe bttrnt kiikd bin bahta secend belor suUtfot ala rachd him ThnSenators wassspetossrlS1ctY I11jw elect e t wai ipdl iictioI- N OiE5p- Sc flest is1bs tn isn hth a pltt1k7sI1ht1y suir eec bfBdr votes Tte otvr two wo an senmani ant Mrs tfetetT Ring QoMnae of Colorado and ass ss 1Ig Muudu j everMtsIeotI tie cesetthm arabIII to amerd tbs kw pelatlte to tbc fees and MUries at ttow oakis This is tfc am time Ia title ebmtrr thai a wo tM him preMdMl oYr a lheEIslatv body Dig KaHhCul U pawp r Ctartef UyaiHlcrpeol a iwj- iMMfeP of the Poole tribe wa lomi d4r fMtein asd Bconceio a Waeit jHe i fe1a miles from 7vwsa4i 4 and Fad to the yoochoaW w h Iga t fn petal of dfetU Both sara hIsiues IwA loot s4I bbtli hwida 2iaAeaoapasted by his oneeydd thug he hail gErtd over the tills to the poojQuJso falling by thr1 wayside 51sitbe tOcOi i3 hs triiit- olee ior beirg restored ta seitluaeee HI n r1 iaed tiit3 tub end was lapptug the fees rf teman ba fonn TowandojrjPa Dis Batch t IViiaH icll PJ 5 i itdS11llonest2Buggies w sfwi Built in these factOriesSSpS Buggies Mt the 1 taSa est buggy building Upon ihat prunciple he has hteadiIy built Valy last word m Wfromhand shop of the up aone greatest buggy industries in die vorld and hundredsthousaikia ofstieci hngg usera the wo4d ofover testify to the whdon jj hzpohicyehees hi petsenslsuprtiioors0 preat factories Every Ho dllexr made of hwiret materialmade by uivj workm and under theennpboyedinbuggy buildhsgsIj thst you njght have and enjoy full vahii mo far rigij year unspee muMty f Ames Personal GuaranteeS =bugfactories lulding and tHeso l You iha butitbocysndilllnATtni fnAno Knhnltannr trl f Atpethencet1oqkingWorld pveiythlng you could want or vri hfor iaii buggy 6r urrey p buggiesYouowning one jf Springfield Ky EmJ3ia eal P sum Hollow Dlacovdfc That 8Um HollOW k an iri- l4Io end nota bandy name ft flc nUta i proved by tile PujbaaiObfaf y JoMraals country oorreewindaDCQt fke ctal worreapondenjt at Ji3smwui inttfW writw that Jass Kthiy rlsfietf biff sister ames Kennpy tndwtftt efJled Will Bran enib ajid sIte iSd X oney aad qthikrscu and heW Jhfttr uncle J Ccidfi Kftnijoy a nle Tot ofwoojcl Mrs Dora Tkomp oi hiRlp l berazint MrS JRronney cS or the 5jen who cujt rind hajirqi wood f w Mr end Mrs Jara f Kan aey ftfflft Sfancorab and tis lji rapyod pkace Will ienLed ifroin aiesl- lI ndbk fater ilutb o lkd on Jatrtea KWney rind- ttis l be take orgiarted- mit iam Xe aey the mbst jnef FMSum Hollow 8 me- for Olrs Vlllckihuusphi i slx jtry building i4 York which hat beftn e fonstt V th bejwlPt af the factory Vgfrfr whre5 they may obtatni rocun 4t Bfid for prices ranging from4 to f 5476 a weak There te a aj log ro m wUh awujWne with electrimil conc f iqtt where the girte jeay Vftk heir r dresses The rooms ara aU Sin 1 jgl with the exception f one ooeaca ttocr and eacK eontatas as es chair oMftonter bed ljsk table rIM side cbatr Any workiair girl may become reW t Hw Margaret Sn arer ret Bryn Maw graduate la in v sharge aflgitHelppmeI 1amwtagtpgtrq a1qd what kstkbfttyefltttIOSh1er tO btIdontAMak a woman bo4otw aiaca jwti V if1 rvrt h you 0 8 iy thai t6 aiy wife l41thfu Hata Eat fruit every IY Canned fruits art zbd Obobed frplts Ve often better thaa deWotiS freak rait but Mine trtsfc Jr4k is wfrMitlal Bifresb green wtetables jweofcf en joq n gt tbeij rbereogiuli 1dt all fruitS t eeiso tit the bolk- yeegbles ef ov e d V4hi gas utL5Ir5 4neuirsipe1quMh- aed ealilisse Ia prvsstoverPleuFiMh Aetft r w Iftrt tlowljr aoa taste ycrar ood w a it WIUMida iLoq aud glys me- Atiriehnt tban todd estan quickly evi sat wfcte Ord or ovarex onlytersBurley water is k cats and cooling fti ad ij itUtyltioUs M Wall Rut tpftcber oee 1ar tallpipoontul- dW4aIasbd pearl barley pour oer- j quarts of boIIu4 tnr vr- Ad1Tit sJ tutil coWL lrain al- th ptkh add tEM1t CVV of and jttttl nattuof It Mtt ti juiqtfS of a Jtemoa ic a piiaseiiintl Evsry Men teHJ Trade etl 1IMftwPita1rIt Scrtavy to vteSprIdeiit Marshall ran sense a 0page lsaudwItt 1erfremcrank IA the otfohrt ftttmi ra1 rn pg lter i1nk three gsa ofit b dMWMii a ipii to brgta4en Ws cTiWi i br tattlttc filh Maio tiirougk k document jd sosorill4ly UU it an 190 o tIajIbeoflettorS- aa l Hid di 4k I Vi0einrttlttt ManpMtil Cflno In with a eileen frtttlne and 0ftw 64- kite his prWat atfc Tk n Vm at ten Ct zJmoAt a mIst then the Imntr esunded JCartt he ex iipeesed5saitm Itl fts y awn Wetay lies HouMfln a Park WaUm at la trikittly conblncd with utility la tita suggestion that tha Betxy How houitt msl itetlqlphla be 4Md the oeaUr of a packtliy iee ag foira nelffhUMtoK ionactareBi whloa ely wrrd It 05 o thetJjIOZridIidtLtkO ad- biu flwuni thAt within two years there v bo 500 fire uiaxjps within a radius of two HHiarw of the house It ki e tUa t that 300NO would be yMMont t provide for an open space MM fit Kr 1M aroiwa thelittbe bwild j g fMi al one atroteV the ibid bo iM whose this frEt AmtrioHa flag- wtui4taw0u1L bii prottetad a nlASt Ire and a brtatWag epsos would be a44ed In 4prt of the city where it will be Ia r MfocrjF tftnrifd and In qraSm jinCgiti iKi ttiOi d bri M aaa prob Im A MIsurrstaslfnc yen ghe jag yorfr wioi Ol M r asked the yiufttf Iwdy who vat Tnaklnfi a list of thowa pteautI Bxoofe aw said be b twenc bhiahfl but 1 fll bRveJ tp pttad t3at tW fe netIel p yarho Path sderiSS 4iCfcq1 a lndd4 l1ubSfld for sz mentbgS Thuta a line record And my poor wife finds Ufo dull pbes abcvt to IIfr iP nnnl SS I1thp4iiAcvcr5o4sJin JI ia L l 1j Dendthe eithc by ftahlna yi icAusivtkhiE of CocrGoli 1 j fie G iod Thn4a 4oodrakecty0iaoyi Thihalireieshrng hnaiicIirq yoursttt OLCOlS4PANYI I For years we hasjq been stating ia the wv japers of tW country that a great mhny tvomejv iavderossSerations by taking Lydia E4 Pinlcbarns VegeljIje Coa f pound and it is true We arekpermrtted to publish 4n this anrioupccmaiit extracts from the letters of five women All have be recently redoived upsolicited iCouId any i evidence W more convincing 1 Uo uoMhIhadpajunfnbothsIdegndaiachsS intgf 4 I pould sodrcely staughten tiiJ at tinaes My bftokaebedaMa vaseo nervous I could not sleep and I thought I aether in JcW ceeesI4kI4ydIaM wozuanMrs HAY VJUID Sownus OLIodfdon He crAItLQTTF1N QLJ S in ba bCa1th fo two issis with Lr pains1j 5both siden qyid was vcimervou I i a owth whichi tbOdoctor guiciwas a tiior ajidU noverwould etweU1eius iliad an operation A fritou advised jne to takef I tia X Plok liaras Vegetable Coinpound and I gladly say that I aittBonr eJofia fine Jieelth2tErs Koa Sms W Winona St charlotte Mw G 5 ilN inuPATh6 doctoruclvisedoperatkibet 5 kesband got noLydiA E rlnkhams Vegetable Compound and jssgerienced groat roUet in it thort time NowI Zoe like aersotu- ud can dO tt hEtd dayaiork and not mind itXra Ani WS190 Stock St flnnovorPaSDietun ILL41 wa siOk in lied and Three o the besiy4 t clans said I wopid have to be tokoir tor tsheaptn1 forss eiSatton us I had gomelhing growing ia my lof siqe I relcMd W ub- mit tth opquuUon and took Lrdia h Pinkhams Ves4sb ess pounttand it worked miracle mmy case andTCtell othrwo vylifttitlw donqfpraot 3Irs LAURA A Gxiswom SSQO B 1sS Wjllmm Sta tvDocatur IBL yeriIffCratlOll lhoqttirs iiaitl thcy know of uiflwould hdlp ino Ji took Lydia E Pinklian Yettable Compound and I bdcame regular and free rfrom pain Ii am thankful for such a good melii prekscMra i WrltetoLYDLt EpThtwtxDthEhtzc GODENIALbLYtSSafeasLvl- eeOurttciUlb OpOflCd react yinI aiswec- y a wonwn and hel t IM trct eoMeiaaea w T11be ffouisvijle Ttmes v 41 NewsLeafier b h ode year lor 45o 7 PL rt R C Bi i r FORiJE AGENT t orL I sIc torI AstPirs UnirigWi s GrtWtM rkkk usj ScUltfy i4tinJcnt Yotix JA MwAiQB i ila i5R t PNQIZLDXY t T t jR J V JlllJCIJ r w41I aHsutn t in f i f S to9 At lto2pm1GverMydosDrugStore I 1 1 DtW F TRUSrY 1 NTISToyer XYEOU Jlarber i riIWworca nabl prices j f 41J1 JI1SDv Dt R j jKMiLTON t I SPRINQflELD KY v tJlAji Bcr StreetPh onO i i o 7Mrio83QAM r 1tOw3OO K jYi t PDLMf W- HYATTtt 3 t eyei 8pringfield State h k Omt Qilrl 1080 a m J bo12ih4top tiJi WF t RiG BYtt rt rrATTORNEYATLAW il Qs 9Vr7eOeY3 oJank 4 rNgnxtI icy J ff SfEaAt toWL f m jot eeoecHa ie V cleansing and w Jd1 inUeptfca Is lV A MJufcfa AatiMptir PowaUr to W ifciilni xmtar uwt l JU a BMdielnal aaticeptio for douches fai ktfttlnc oftUrrk IhflamMatlon ora i keUot of noH throat add that otMitd tb71emtnlnellJ ithas no equal S41eICohashi tielr private correspondence with Z fwhich proVES Its superiority fW Who kte been cured say 53 weith ot8r elght in gold At j II 68c large boX or by man J Jf61UitC Boeton Mossc 4 HtrtJMrrJ Plants 1tri i j FIWT AID UI1D TRRE i J14ot1r tint offering of tha reft J markblebi l i2 1 t Pearl Potato V trt Free Catalogs Ncf Agents ttt F4lii1eneyr Sns- i f 41 Lexhigton1Ky1j i I l J1J1r i l GREATHEATVALUEOFRESId if Ptseen WyJt Was Fed tottiottb w t f rnBM f the pd Mltslsslppl ttearnWati I Many a Mississippi river steam- boati i it Js now declared was blown pinthe old days when noiderto llnJikrtce the bjurds of resin in the vcirgo were Broached to feed the fires V Begins add heat value not only io the jgpbd that contains thern but also i rfo the COal 3eiiig more resistant t kc J e decayndater than the yoo- tti1 toeIlnd other Us3ue of the pantt- ajidt trees from Trtiich the peats of bogs and coalforming 8wamps are j prothiced thrnlnmps and par tides are generally left to he buried in the pet deposits even when Jbos- tJI the surrounding woodhaa rotted i away and disappeared A careful examination of most brown lignite 1 and suhtituminotis coal will gener P ally reveal lumps resin that are l fisihle to thA naked eye The coat lminedinsom localities qontahu 4tftf vaDnndant Ilarge lumps of resm fioine- yas1t large BS walnuts In pi4s tthy JrL BJktenyg amherjike Tesin forms s Urijepart fhccoaL flciutthilviml plea of thikfoit are found in some lt c the coal bain the Philippine i L iJi t iij i Transit of the Huma vcl cji 4The sound ot the peaking olce i must be transformed rapidly into eatI J Alit Iii to bt1 heard distinctly Wheu ihosoundperslstethe echoes overlap k and the acoustics of a room U faulty 0 Dyaeasurtng the ton Of the vQl ya1 cture room of Harvard unlvarity irkfck were at first audible for Rftt n autJ half eeConda after uttorancei vDm SabLno of tbe graduate scbpcl of f ajiplled EciehCe changed tile nat9rldlVl 2 UbS ron with reference to the fee1 1 tenet reverberation 1nterIerencrinhii a rp btnce oceha with pronounced 0A geeeL An 13ort4nt article by bJitn i the Joarnal ot the Frankujtfnstlttit do coaclttdea as follows th win these seyeral factbrs revoc c bt1Ofli Interference and echo in au liwi terlBi at all complicated r- stkIIT complicated neverthelessl f Uifr ese capable of an ei ct sbluttcn jiL erai at leestt t ot ft iolutloii as accurate 1 f tW areytcfff plans In advance otetlq Andt1S CDtrrpll Ps- i Ms 1 ulcalata In advance of con J 41a4roJj tberor not an auditorium wMJlw IWuidt not to determine Jf ty poorUIIMH i TOIN F t I Q ia tnn OOMQ iiWit Local Happenings Interes c The Freshest and Latest All AlMtut Yourself Friends Ii and Acquaintances V J H g M M sltslI rn koitabuOsstoremove spots aiid wrigkjea but of Ladles and Gents JaEmgnts Spring field City Taiipr Phana 6 R- FcBimjnbauer Prop I For Saje learlmR fiily 1 j 2ll year old Jhorso 1 ayear old jmareI guaranteed tq work aoywhere and not afraid x f automobiles 1 2hprse wagon good condition Albert Mudd Springfield r r2 STheie win be po preaching services at Pleasant Grove cllufch on Sunday June 6thI The pastor will preach at tnes Springfield erebtarianchuroh- 0n June 13th at the mornirg service Rev W T Oyerstreet wl irpreach at EeintGrove4- Rev q R Orowe will on neil l S1 d yatthe jnorning bouratI the Methodist church discuss the snbj ct of Future Recogni Jii nop shall we kuow each other ib Heaven fle will also an swer thje objections to this doc trine The pribjfc iinvited Report of bo m nSchool Diploma examination held May 14 and 15 Mattie Lawson fafclile 87 jEstill mothers Wi1li burg 86 Dewey lenities Chris11tersonBishop 82 Hallie Shewmaker 82 Raymond Gibsbn 80 Ophia Terrell 79 Willisburg Prenticp Sweazy Texas 18 Stanley Sut ton Willisburg 77 Ray Bottom Mackville 78 Pearl Hungate Texas 76 Ethel Arnold Pleas nV Run 79 Gilbert Isham jMackville 80 Eliza JLintor Col School 76 The small frame house of Mr ACOOh The properly ad joining the Slate Bankwassold on last Saturday and is now be ing1 moved from the premise Tba VYotnan sdfub of SpringI field will take charge 61 the premises and are now beautify ngsatne whit the view of mat ing a park ther pti We cannot fpo greatly commend theladlea for the work ia cleaning up ant eatifying lljie town Already they have causjed clean up m several quarters ll and are now turning their attention to beauli i Tying some very unsightly spots intbe qiddevof the town This 8a work tbat deserves enI couragem ht for if we cannot have building on these spots let us remove the dEbris And rubbish and instead of having umps madoVtof them let them flowergardens instead 7 r I Ed Morrow Coming v Son i Edwin P Morrow of Somerset will speaks atthe Court Uousenext Saturday in the in terest of his candidacy for the Republican nomination for GovI rnor Mr Morrow has spoken uere before anti is a very attrac ive speaker He talks about Democrats somewhattrougn but at ibe same time in such a gen tlemany and good natured way that he offends nobody St Catherines Commencement I iSt Catfierine Commencement Eptciseswflls be held at the Academy on iext Tuesday morn lug at 930 oclock On that day children under twelve years of agje willl not be admitted to the nallbnt on next Suqday a pub lic renewal wjll be given in the haH atOflclOOk a myat whic all persons will be welcome in cluding childi en St Uaiharines is completing ooe of the most successful years in its history nd this year hsailrgel mini berpff graduates J r Splendid Entertainmeht The Coinmeniseinent exercises by the graduaiinc class of the SprlngfieldvGraded clip 6ll wfe befd at the Opera Eouse llas Wednesday iight Tire grad nates six in number ore Nan nan 13u rki1jdBrownie M art hi lo2dJaiImogen Lain The rmiunier in whi h taeso young peopl acqjutiei ihemsetves iu thfelr respective part reflecti credit both upon tUemselves and the teachers 01 the St ringfieid GradE d School TOPICS j gi Model Sanitary Ir Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Pries Reasonable Office over Mrs KateWilliams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard Between wereIby music pupils of the school which con sisted of vocal soles quartetts and instrumental music After the entertainment Prof Colvin delivered an address to the Grad uating class While the com mencement waV in progress tQebousei The school has just completed avery su cessfnl year both in point of attendance and ad vancement model Quite a nupn berof High School pupils of the QountV were in attendioce at this school this year Wind and Rain Curing the past week the Cqahty naB been visited by wind electrical and rain storms To beginwitbi we had an electrical storm accompaiqed by strong winds which uprooidd trees and tore down telephone and telegraph wires and poles On Thursday night this community was visited by a cloud vbu9t About an hour after dark a very heavy cloud came up trap the South accompanied by vivid lightniog and heavy rumblings At nine oclock rain begun to fall in torrents which continued for about an hoar Rhodes Run was higher than in iits history being up to the large bridge at the depot and overflowing the andDMarks Mill was aso overflowed and the residence Of Syp Moore on Ubctor street was flooded theater standing in it two to three feet A tyrge amount of llumber and sawlogs at the mill of W K Marks Sons beloW town was washbd awayI Considerable damage Was also done on the Montgomery pike near the residence of Mrs Annie ThompsonandlPsome other sections of the county but tie principal part of the cloud burst seems to have been in Springfield and vicinity Court Notes 1Iii the suit of the Washington County Boad of Education iigainst the Washington Con ty fiscalj Court which was called for trial on last Friday the Court sustained a demurrer tthpetition of the Plaintiffs and the case was dismissed On Monday and Tuesday the case of Cocanougher was tried ont on Exceptions to I the Jam missioners Report refusing to charge John Cocanougber with claims made by certain other heir The exceptors were represented by1 Judge H W Rives of Lebanon The reading of the tegtimoey took two days attar which the court heard ar gument of counsel and then rendered his decision sustaining the Comt8sio ers report The suit brought by certain heirs for the purpose of having a construction of the Benoai Hardin will was arguedbefore Judge Thurman by Attorneys Clements and McChprd la st Monday and was taken undti advisement by tne Court The case involves thiS interesting question B nouf Hardin in his will left his property toa nepht and niese children of his brother Josebh Htrdin hiv provided his will that no part of same shoud coins into their possess ion so long as their mother should be living acd the mother bring living at the deathoffthe jfestator thequestion involved is to whom the estate phs5esdur- ingrthe life of the mother Cocahpugher Mr Thomas Q Cocanougher died at his home atDjnville last Thursday after an illness of sev ei at months of Brights JLisease ifle was a sonof the lateJohn And Emily Cocanougher andwas born in this oouuty 50 years ago Thlrtjsix yenra ago be waa untied in marriagtuo Mis afie Harmon who survives PiJneral 7 vJ TPuI-I ri uv hL IIIvtt vw l tr TJ jf fII A RAISING SALEjj publicS t 1 our entire stock of v i f f 1 IIMeDs I Furnishingsf Shoes ClotbiQI 1Ili I t U I At a great Sacrifice Below ffind a fw+ r oft ourj extra J j I prices duringthissale JII LI IIIIMens Shesllld Oxfords 350 I and 400 grade ait only 295300 grades at only 7 I 221250 grades at only v 50 pair Odds and Ends 1 19 I 80 or 100 pair Ladies and Chpdrens small sizes while they last 25cj I Boys and Girls Tennis Slippers at 1c values 95I I saying lOc 1IOi SO or 60 Ladies Skirts Dresses and Underjw y l 1VD feJ I1We AND SEE SELL 1 1r itc I Dont fail to take advantage of this special money f raisviil I jbuyingelsewherei i P s I MOTTOA Foil M y J IsijfcOUR Sq are lifc T f I a Ha CANPBtLL lX BROT- I t OPPOSITE NATIONAL BANK SPRINGFIELD KY 1 U J f jfl ILd4 b ttL1g= services were conducted at Beth leham Friday and burial was in the cemetery there Mr Cocan ougher was a farmer and stock raiser and was a goods citizen and aumbered his fJicdsby hiS acquaintances PERSOISTA L Miss Margie Tapp entertained the icbircle Girle Tuesday after CocoaMIS C D Robertson the Mother ofthVClub Mrs T C Cainpbelj President Misses Miry und Margareti Noe Eloisb and Bernice Arnold Zelma Wy SleJlUjIthis week herJJ isvilleTliursday Mr E J onwriy on ivas in IlefI f 1Il j Mr Grundy Mayes is home from school for the summer va cation Robert McElroy left last week for a trip throwga the West Hon J WiF Qlemept of Louisville attended court here Monday Mr C S Sards Edliorof the Adair County NfVBiI Wl1dl here Monday v j l1drlKdad court herd this iv ckl ii Mrs doe Edoleuis the guest of her mother ut Jlarrotlstu IK31 Miss SusiePenttis thofpf relatives in Lonisvilltf Belle MedJi y and daugh ter Miss Margaret have l turned to their home in Owensboro after a yisFt tp relatives Mrs Annie Thompson has re turned home from a visit to rela Lie in Louisville Mrs A L Jenkins and daugh ter to their hiiitoe in Oincinnati after a vKit to ncr parents Mr H M Moss is ia Louisyflle on business v Mr Jeff Carrico and daughter Mrs pts Barber visited Mr11 S JtJaijderaia Louiuvile laOr Pleasant Grove IIy I Miss Gage GorytertAine- d tile rduat 05p IIlgh ScbopiiThsday nlCytIrta Mr dnd Mrsf Prank Y andlMr find Mdi CUas Litsey r have returned frdraGreeqsburg l Mrs Alice Funk and Mrs Mary Bateman of Louisville spent a fewl daysVwtlvMrs Le roy teed i Mr HowardTatum and daugh tilt Anna sporif Sunday with Mrs E J Pmln1 Misses Sue alt Ella Duncan Tuesday Mrs Leroy SJet jb Mr and MrslTreclVanArs dale spent Sundy with JVIr and Mrs A G NoeJ Mr Nat TboDin Uatnodsbnrgr r ly are visiting in IDr and Mrs Hopper Mr Sterling Thompson and Hugh Gregory attendee the dedication of the new Prfcisbvtarian churcn at Perry ville Sunday 1rho base bflii Reason opened with a game played on home Krinnds with tie Tntham Springs tin The I score was 8 to 2 ih faor of our team Quite atfe came from Tatham atuLWi isburg to witness tha garlic aijidiwore suxistied Witli seeing tnebdst game eyer paved atLincolaPrk BAtDhlEJt ifOR DELICATE CHILDREN l A Mothers Letter to Mothers Mrs Eo W of Dloomfield iN J says My child coven years old had a bad cold and was weak and quite run down in health She had been in this condition for about six weeks when I began giying hor- Vinci It was a wonderful help to tho child breaking up her cold quickly and building up her strength beside I have also found Vino a most excel lent tonic for keeping up the chlU drens strength during a stego pi whooping cough Vinol is a wondorful combination ot two tonJcBr tho mad dual building of cod liver oil arid iron fortha blood there fore it is a perfectly safe medicine for Is not a patent medicine eyerytning in it lig somotltersi1Uttle ones Therefore we ask every mother of a weak sickly or alllnjf chjld hi this vicinity to try VInol on ipur guarantee LeUayJon DlL1JA a 50 Mens Suits 5 and 10 Special in this skle at 2 11 30 or 40 Boys Long and Short Pant Suits iron 3 to 5 values Special for this sate SL80 Mens Shirts and Overalls and Underwear on rery 4tt dollar bought a of w 4A big lot of Hats and Caps regular SOc jand 1 fsale price r V J89c t have rat J1n COME IN THEM THEY c i Deal 4 7 4 r1 FIRST I Mrs herei hayGTeiurned Cooper worldfamed body Lcoaents children because values I TTBtE NEW FIRMS ji trf iI 4 R 811U1t77I f 8 ii fqd7t Cf i f ffriJ J11Xi i F11 S bfE E BA1l BER p ii I1S P i ici i r 1 fJ 7 p j ij cb A R Ikhs satisfied the people otv Washingtoni aid a4 j I counties fo 30 years WHY tlOT YOU llewiilbe glid tus4 with you on large or small contracts in the Heating l1 v JIii WiS Tinning line AgentSsfor Buckeye umps MI l jl t r I I UIVJbACAJLIc I or l Mournful induairy One FrgncU Industry thftf has grown apaoa since the b glnhlpa of August ia the nikktngot those funeral weaths with whlph the ceraetorios llq Franc are Always primly decorated Many a noldUrs grave la marked today cnlY by crofca and a choap little tricolor waving gloriously in tho tranniUnt sun anne but there is a big demand ttniets tkoie who may bring their lost onasnoartjr home jto rest fpr thecohf veatlonal mourning wreaths Tho shot wIndows are filled wltby theso things and with promises that orders wilt bo Instantly fulfilled at the work sbppSQno Imaglnoa that the voiy finicky work must keep a largo number of gtla employed for all those olaborate Iy tW tolt desgns t lIowor and loU acare mado of uro strung with the tinlQBt of beaflj ad enormuus qunn 188 must be used for every wreath rite designs do not seem to have vajiecI5The favorite Is still tbp wr4it1i of hbartsoa 9 worked out In mama cjholy livid shsdaa of purple blue and eraygreen but the words in running script across tho design are Mort uoiir Ila Patrlel Persian tatnb Fur It Is said that After enormous dun gers and difficultIes the Becret of producing the lamba from which the Poe sian lamb fur t6 secured has at length been brought to America by an officialf of the United States Illclture This dalciall l Doctor Young qf Texas mode stenalve Inyestiga tlons lnirkhara and succteflai In dis covoriag the kind of sheep whose lambs produce the so much Bought tti or fur Contt1tyt comuio5 beUet- the fur Is not taken froin unborn larabfi but from the a tovt dJiyS old It l sald tha thpre is olIi1U1tY pt our own daparlmont of AgrUfuVUt tak ing up thiS Wgrk alsana that the lambs will be ratSid Iioth in Canada and the Ufcitod States East and Westt Zq J t 4 THE GREAT FA- t wh1ck 4nM i s thuswefl4mown riusssaiL Iene fv1I yw Vlsus 1Smagezka aIoiIe 100 II AloawMOCRS PIaIt aII PeopWsPothrMidyI l J ROME LIPS c Msaexa2scaTw IItPJbig pasos of fbrUllnff stories bit H MM- nwllac b andUmolrarUcloSforoioryraay r Imf Ikcrq oOplo =Spocll nd Tho 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early mankcoO It timtj cifbeauUful wasby sad natf f sIpJIY1MIke that his might b- e4SYfrg Jra bora once Ind forx Trelta Into pth where sno shad sirs GpUt failures were to darkea ibai-4 ltor tbo stecossful operation bo s41 Jl1 f ttrngtk u4 plaz 1 kLat3 t fvtara for him N FLJM Idith MVk1er came hwsrward t+ a bow Cran progreosiBg aad to aasuro vj1 UIn o Way auerd- hythqjMmisaisF D9ctor Lyman losdxtbf call since Cranborn lira4 4tL joy 4o bts as to her wel I 1 iae t otwbir 4o ye fee called upon to J4tak yo tIIIkAWway for one itatmoy ko wortkltssl Doctor Ly sJfifrtkotyoBr name is dam J1MI MM f wrgeqns and that jW m Iktj bo oalM apoa at any Urns i soorifieef Crakoraf- MMt bor Vkilo Ills eyes looked ih lr tor1iOrel4ar sparkling ones Tjlkisipsllr botkuse the dearest kosjdbor Jsltbo world was saved to me kriks gfiiofopi trajasmfsfilon which SiMM oiMjNitvbim1 by a mam who Was s saioot I have always vow d ask asti seek umtil I could give a Jsr aJM 4 some way repay 1jsjiaio tof graWtaoo Tho man- SVIW brotkor hal climbed up 4adtaowaadwApl fo k vo aRtIL your life to jaj Cwbom oatd softly anl too s4 w v trttt Haliap tkliph3415same ooi body or is so Uot my OMnlojt SMW se tko awrgeoas list JtffttlokMMod by VIo r too will phMt lvoa MfoJoraltfe flflpoo aM bad lilt bfa Cranborm JI tbat iiosa tko momomt of a1pI1 late laM itfe b had oJa iHftiiiBitmtftm Was y tbo ftwak rru HUo u has i 4i 1npq t fs u bsp lor M SS vs yidst e m j the calm joy mat racuaieo urrvu Bor Mjjag She had sot so definitely MjUMirt ibs4 iooling ttbs mrst 4olsv stth thattfapw tMIl good Lt Wu that he Is to ood to do Bo smiled softly IL- asoademastiss the Idle pe4ao circle from wkkk be lad flows Foraojs thee a year or two later tao kopploot day elJaH life occurred Wh ha saved a llfe aRId felttl11o radiance flooding his being VheDlCramkorm had been riding his mare tfttbo party massing when a second ass frightened by the dlfl of a Btotorcyd daakod toward him Cron bosk had only time to grasp the sit ooUoo lie tbo rocky precipice over wbtch the fdgmteaed mare would hurl her rider and to swing himself Mke a 4ash from the saddle Ho ooemed his eyes alter being iragged and looked straight into t Xdlth McYlckers own He felt tierI jImod you was all Cranborn said toI tho first dazed moment He dazed principally because the girls spft fingers were trailing over the bniiso on kin forehead just as they had often trailed in the dreams he bd of her We se m destined to keep each ether im the land of the living the girl saU a trifle unsteadily fot aside rem tile shock of that frightened bars Craakoras eyes were gazing1 wotfd rlngly at her A deep color sprang into her cheeks Wo can make then lives that nrd well worth saving t1 you could Jove me I have been most successful since you came Into my life and I have wanted to tell you that and something else orwell at least firtwo years Edith laughed softly and remem try1acman in the hospital who had tried to refuse to permit her blood to bo transfused into his veins TwS years sa frightfully tong tteeV sJie said with eyed that en soarag jl ah immediate maklog up for tost time ccrIght by the Mcclure VcTrapx ner n4Jcaze HE GUARDED URGE AMOUNT Mart Who Carried Fortune Across Con tinent In Suit Cases Dies Jn an Francisco With the death at the Alameda coun ty infirmary of William Frederick Mar shall sixtyfive years of age sold to bo a rslatlte of John Marshall the die coverer of gold In California there was brought to a clOBe8tna4ife of a man who once carjidC 000000 In bonds across the continent in suit casesMarshAIIwbo for the past ten years had resided with Mrs Mary C Bow J lslslonelMitchell the xecntors of the James O tpbringYork to San Francisco Wells Fargo kCo wanted 4812 for the same servo Ice and the executors decided to save Ijyear Marshall left New York with the bonds in three suitcases heavily armed in a private drawingroom delivered the bonds to the Hell In San Francisco without mlsliap October 10 En route the train was held up and the passengers robbed ot personal belongings in Utah by a gang of highwaymen who fortunately over looked he three suitcases San Franco Chronicle Iv EtymologyIl was Inclined to be what her brother Ailed gushing One summer she took an automobile trip through New England On her return she was giving an enthusiastic description of one fine old town to her family It was perfectly charming Such wonderful doorways and th quaint oat old inn She paused parching for a word It wasunique Brother Ned hal been listening gravely to the rhapsody Unique he said quietly Thats a fine word Lets see Une1 one Equus horse O ehorse town Good and without lyaltjng for any one to criticize his Interpretation of the word be promptly took Hs depart ISSOb LOSE IT Hicks nWhats good for the oyerconsclous feeling Wickson 3o into nolitica The OpportuUty Gabriel was Just about to blow his trumpetHey hold on there shouted a newly arisen spirit Walt till I get the movie men on the Job Thus weseo the continued need of photoplay censorship Sensible View I say Pat why dont you go on a strike for more wages asked the Inquisitive man of an Irish laborer Faith replied the son of Erin anlet Iver 01 go on a strolki twill be whin Olm out ave n job an hove nothln Use ter do iOf Course vombat complains that people dont keep the money in circulation dont see how he can aubstan tjate that claim Doesnt every man as soon as he can raise sufficient mosey put it into an automobile Some System Hes a great man for system isnt her J should say so He even carries tIle ashes out of his cellar three times offclmotoad of lIsttlmr them accg r RIGID HONESTYIN ENGLAT Aocorslnf te AmoritoH Trvt4er AftIj Potfle tIn That Cetmtry Are CoHoMorso Trustworthy I afioa svocifoaUy ajU Xelaal VOBorally are uafcuModly flit psoot rigidly thoughtlessly ftutoaatfoally honest city and country I have ever discovered The fret taxicab clvI1 hired told me honestly the correofc tip So did the first hotel porter The other day I wanted an opera glue with which to pay snore partlcu tar attention to some healthy young women the Londoners firmly believe are stage beauties So I dropped a sixpence In the slot Imagine my urtprise when the machine opened and- oI found a pair of 10 classes with out a chain offered to my hand In New York they not only chain the opera glasses but they do everyCJ thing but put bells and a whistle onc them En1andiInto the carriage of the class forfwhich you have purchased that Uckettand ride until you reach your aIyou rlage and hunt about until you find 5In5 you did not go Into a firstclass rprlage having bought a thirdclass et No one comes to bother you about it It Is merely accepted by all contcerned that you will take the compartment to which your ticket entitles youTwo weeks ago the London papers made a sensation so far as they are Journalistically abla to make a sensation out of anythlngTOut of the fact that some cite had persistently traV eled on a timeexpired commuters ticketNo action was taken until he had been caught at It three times because the assumption was that he had made a mistake and would be frightfully put out when he discovered that he had picked up last months ticket when hewleft home When he was finally summonsed her said that he didnt do Itthat It wns t a case of mistaken Identity and every ciplanatlonIn the restaurants you help yourRlelttQ rolls and pastry and your own tally Moforbus conductors always give the KCountry jwallsj Then they leave he garden doors un locked secure that no pne will at tempt to enter The gl8l1ls intended merely to emphasize their desire for p JDuringJ in London leave their front doors open and depend upon a curtain to keep prying eyes out They do not seem to fear that prying personafmight Jet through Exchange f FAVORED MUSIC IN WARFARE Great Soldiers of ttie Past Maintained a Absolute Need of the Mar tial Strains The war between Russia and Japan was regarded by many experts intthings military as having sealed t fate of the martial drum The Japan eso armies moved from first to ltc cIota1Dbeen abolished In some European armies but no great war had been fought without It Napoleon was an ardent defender of the drum and he believed with Mar j shal de Sax that great general of the eighteenth century that the measured found made by the drum and the fife was Indispensable to make men march well The drum the Corsican Is rmtported to have said Imitates the can l npri It Istbo best musical Instrument In the world for It never gets out ofI p tune And the little corporal was fondsof pointing outhe passages InsOthello wherein the poet makes thesMoor pay a glowing tribute to the spiritmoving drum Napoleons opponent Wellington contended that without the strains ofImusic fit was quite Impossible forstroops to malt successful charges Waiting music he sold men would i come up ragged and open against theEenemy Musical authorities seem agreed that when used in a proper way thei drum is thoroughly musical The com mon snare or side drum is freely usedI In musical compositions A large nUfQI ber pf drummers performing simul taneously out of looTS produce oodJmusic In this connection Berlioz the composer pointed out that a sound that was tinsignificant when heard singly such aa the clink of one or twolmuskets at shoulder arms or the thudI as the butt comes to the ground at ground IDs becomes brilliant and at tractive if performed by a thousand men togetherICRY WAS NOT SYMPATHETIC IIatcaulII Boohoo boohoo Some one in distress thought the kIndly lady fBoohoo boohoo boohoooo f She hurried forward to the scene t t the catastrophe and was touched to find a little lad crying over the mis- trfortune of an elderly gentleman who bad slipped on a banana and was still sitting Off it collecting his scattered faculties togetherb iGoodpatting him on the back Im gladfyou feel sorry for the poor and didnt laugh when he fell downtJ and hurt himself But you must try 2 and dry your teats dear he isnt badly hurt Nu Ae aint bohoooowussa luck replied the whimpering urchin vindictively I wish e was it was my banana he did it onltWeokI1 TelegraphaWhat They ExpectedeMa better lock tip the bathroom and get out the old wooden tubsl Why pa And hide the phonograph and thoso ovendollar records For goodness sakes And while youre at It youd better put away your fancy dishes and letI Mt those old blue things you hatetso 4 What cettin Into you jar w ovo got ft few summer boarders a weveJJtAtirvQoaL1 Detroit rrooProtw L TT O BE TAKEN WITH CAUTION Sharp Llmltatlerw as ta the Value of the Teotlmohy ef Dumb Animals In Cases of Crime It Is a nice question how snuck Weight should be given to the tesUI teony of animals hi criminal cues rute instincts and habits and soI chology are Involved In such a way hat expert testimony regarding the ioryretallon of these phenomena appearing in any particular case IIs Yery desirable If not essential In a recent murder trial In India where loodhounds were shown a cap andI in the murdered womans roomI and then ran straight to the house f the accused the counsel fov the defense objected to the admission of the fact as evidence n the ground 9uuk the dogs ould not be crossexamlsied It In not clear whether the judge sustained the objection but he did point out the harp limitations of such testimony Which should not he thought be used or probative purposes The real- unct4on of the bloodhound was to hnntl down known or suspected crim inals The fact that it led the police authorities to any particular individ al must be used as testimony against- hat individual only with the greatest caution and only in the light otHex ert evidence of the best descriptions as to just what weight should be liven to the action of the dogs la circumstances Involved A Skeptic Do you believe In telepathy rNot fully replied Mr Dustln Star If It could be practically demon ttrated there would have been a com twur formed ta orocnoU U mug sac EVOLUTION IN ART IDEAS i Matters of the Brush No Longer Select Their Religious Seat Subjects Efforts 0IAn inquirer asks of an exchange here it is that Buskin says 1 haveI never known a man who seemed al togetherright and calm in faith who seriously cared about art Our hange does not say wbere but simI ply refers the inquiry to its readers uakin was possibly the greatest art critic that ever lived and for him to ay that is quite enough to awaken ome coacern in the world of art Does art weaken faith It was once thought that science did this but that impression is passing by Science ij discovering rlds of mystery day and mystery is the condi ion of faith There is something deeper and beyond every hot that science discovers and beyond the crucible and the microscope is where faith does its reall work But howabout art The church was the influence that encouraged art We would not have had any old masters if it had not been for the church Religious themes con stituted the inspiration of art in its most glorious days But these his fields have been quite aban droned and now art deals mostly with grace beauty love and in doing so it seems to have cut away from the saints the martyrs and the miracles of the golden age of art HOW ANIMALS SENSE WATER i Marvelous Instinct That Evidently Enables Them to Detect Springs They Cannot See The French ppsies a curious Instltn ion in the form of an institute of zoo logical psychology established on a farm near Paris This station corn rises meadows and barnyards tretch of forest and a large pOnd with fish Then too there are spacfous buildings including modern Stables a riding school stalls for iso atlng animals under special observe don an aquarium and a laboratory A lovecote Is placed upon the roof of the main building It is reported by a scientist that an important conclusion reached by the Is that some animals possess a special sense whereby they can detect the presence of water even though they cannot see it The experiments were undertaken at the suggestion of an Australian who addressed the In stitution with reference to his experI- ences with sheep and cattle when be ing driven across country- In a place where the presence ol water was wholly unexpected the Aus rallan noted some curious facts The leading animals suddenly would lift their heads and draw long breaths Then they would abandon the beaten racks and start running through the brush Sometimes they would run for a mile and a half to two miles and ould not be stopped by the drivers their course invariably leading to rpond or springs hlthelo unknown I Growing Mtre lavender Owing tp the contiguous rise In the acreagelevotedBowers In the Marseille consular dis trict has increased considerably t The fact that barren soils unproductive for other purposes may be successful particularlypart of Prance Thin rocky soils well exposed to the sun situated in altitude of 1312 to 3937 feet est adapted for this purpose atII blo soils at lower altitudes unle properly fertilized seldom give antis results Experience shows flowers cultivated at altitudes of 953 feet produe the best essence Truffles are often planted between the rows that every foot of soil maybe 1e ess Encouragement of Thrift In Chicago there has been started n association for the encouiugnentI f thrift Farseeing the movement confronted with the ous waste in time Opportunity and material which has been a natural Inheritance from a generation that found everything to spare at hand This condition no longer exists A hanged economic condition calls foe changed methods of living to whloa the people must be educated As the IuUnc and formative influences are those belonging to childhood the school garden nay be counted upon play no ssioll part In bringing about better understandingof thja elements marIgees to make happy and prosperesa S5L IffflJDREN AID GOOD WORK rKv n the Smallest Show EnthiMlaont- la the Effort to Keep Capital NatIOaalI To torn the waste places ef tie city the vacant lots and unsightly lawns Into beautiful gardens filled with Mooning flowers and clinging vines Is the object of the Peoples Gardens If Washington and In the resort for the past year which has Just been pro pared wbat has been accomplished Jong these linen Is set forth The Building up of recreation gadens for the people of a neighborhood the beau tlflcatlon of parkings and bock yards pf the city and general stimulation of interest In landscape gardening have been gone Inttwith enthusiasm by the workers of the association and their labors have shown surprising re anita One of the noticeable facts concern lag tho work is that a major portion was done during tho past year by lit tIe children And ft Is In building up the gardening inclinations of the little one that the elders are becoming much Interested and lending a hand themselves f The children having acquired a taste for gardening are the ones who are to make the capital beautiful In the years to come It will fall tip on them to enlarge the park spaces preserve the trees and encourage the planting of dooryard flowers and flow ering shrubs The children have ta ken up the gardening idea as they would take up a new game They have shown unusual thoroughness and the utmost Joy In their work and even better results are expected from their efforts during the spring and summer to com Good Plan for Small Town Villages and small towns In all parts j of the United States would do well to follow the example of Wllllamstown Mass There the town council has adopted a scheme proposed by PresI- dent Garfield of Williams college and providing that there shall be planted annually along the roadside of the town is number of trees that shall beI valuable for commercial as well as ornamental purposes President Garfield it seems derived his Idea from- Fraice where the plan has been car rled out successfully and has been found to be decidedly worth while Conditions vary in dUfSenttowus and villages of course and in some a scheme of this sort might he un desirable or impracticable These however ore the exceptions and for a majority of our smaller communities adoption of Dr Garflelds plan would be an excellent thing One must wait a long time it is true before the trees thus planted become valuable commercially and It may be that the public fund would never be swelled very largely by Income derived from them Yet if In France that Income isI found to be sufficiently large to take care of the towns most beautiful or laments its trees and In addition leave something over for other purf poses there seems to be no good rea JiotlbeRaise Neutrality Question One hundred years ago the famous American privateer General Armstrong met her doom in a heroic battle with three British warships The engage ment took place in neutral waters in the harbor of Fayal belonging to Portugal which fact resulted in a historic diplomatic controversy Pres fIdent Madison took steps to compel Portugal to Insist upon the inviolability and obtained the promise of an award but later Louis Napoleon to whom tho matter was referred as arbiter reversed the award Great Britain apologized to Portugal for the act of the British commander In at tacking an enemy in a neutral port Mark of Regiments Bra eryIThe white plume borne in thp badge of the Royal Sussox regiment 85th foo1ls a memoriall of the consplcuw cue bravery displayed by that regl ment on the brink of the precipice at the battle of the Heights of Abraham near Quebec more than a century and ft half ago- SELLING ji TURKEYS IN TEXAS Butcher Makes Customers Believe Rival Is Unfair In Selling Fowl- With Legs Cut Off Speaking of the unsophisticated the other night Congressman Robert L Henry of Texas related how a wife went to a butcher shop YOUIi1I a turkey The price named for the congressman said Vas 26 cents a pound whereat the young wife hesl toted Isnt 26 cents rather high she timidly querledItI remember rightly the prlco across the way Is 23 cents I With the feet on I suppose was the quick response of the butcher No hesitatingly returned the cue tamer I think the feet were cut ofL Thats Just what I thought was thebutcherWhen we tsell a turkey madam we sellfeet and all Philadelphia Tele graph IARapid Thinker Dableigh mona to have an answer ready for everybody Tm sorry to say he had one ready for me this morning I What was it I asked him if he would lend me a flvospotand he answered No fore I could tell blip how necessary It j was for me to have It 4 Consolation So you dont care for those fancy bred doffs Oh I suppose theyre not so bad as they might be replied the weary looking man Im glad we dont have dinosaurs and pterodactyls nowadays My wife would te sure to want one of them for a yet Laid in a Supply Mtwedd This milk is much better than what weve been having Mrs NeweddrYes dear t got It from a new man He guaranteed that It was perfectly pure so I bought enough to last a cjniple of weeks Boston Evening Transcript When Money Falls And can I have the captains cab in demanded tho very trlch gentle man Not exactly replied the booking clerk 1 can give you a chicken coop or a nice place in the coal bunkers And the other passengers smiled t TIMERS MANY CHANGES OLDTIMER BECOME REMINISCENT ON THE SUIiJJ FCTI extinction of the Wild Plfleon oh a Par With That of the utfalo But the Sparrow Still Is With Us a Time does change the order of things said one of a number of el derly men who were gathered In a grocery store over at the Cape one evening last week and some of theI changes that are hardly noticed qr even known by most of the younger people of today are In many ways re markable Take for Instance the wild pigeon that was to be found In almost evnry patch of woods In the state when I wan a boy there is not one to be found In the entire country east or west of the Rockies today and ono of the departments at Washington has offered a large reward for anyone who will produce ox tell where a nest tof the wild pigeons can be found As I said they were very plentiful In these parts back In the 50s and many were found in the 60s and early lOs but today not one can be found in the United States The cause of all this lies In the fact that many people carried on the business of trapping them and out In Scarboro a man by the name pi Flummer did this to such an extent that he came to be known as Pigeon Dave Plummer Tho traps were so arranged that hundreds ofXthe birds would be caught at one spring or the trap and when one comes to think that this business was carried on all over the country It is easy to see how in years their num bern dwindled and finally died out together SOn the other hand said another of the party comparatively a few years ago we had never heard of such a bird as the English sparrow arid today they are as thick as white weed fna poor mans pasture Speaking of white weed said the first speaker reminds me of the time r went to school way up on what is now Highland avenue and white weed was just making Its appearance in the fields It was not very plentiful however and I remember that a farmer named Dyer told us boys that he would give us a cent a dozen for all uralmei Look at the fields Nowadays If one could get a cent a dozen for it now a person could get rich in the course of a couple of yes and not have to work but a week or two each year at that Yes sir there have been many changes Iin such things as these Cur lag the last 20 or more years and are still going onr Portland Express and- Adrortiser l COMING LAtEk TO DINNER Really a Form of Egotism Accohdlng to Chauncey M Depew Who Should Know Why do some people always come Iate to formal dinners is a question asked of Chauncey M Depew a veteran and famous dinerout His answer W23 not complimentary to tardy guests Coming llate o dinner saId Mr Depew Is a form of egotism It Is a pose usually affected to command at tention The person who comes last and very late knows that the other guests will be Informed who it is that Is late and that his or her entran e- wlUbe an event With some people It Is a sort of advertisement of having remembered only when It was too late to get ready In time because of such a multitude of engagements Many years ago one prominent lady was always late for dinner Her cuses were Innumerable and always occupied the attention of the whole room like a speech before dinner 1 1IYdinnersbefore the Hour named for the other invited guests Consequently she was epIcompany waiting never gave me Of course ln Europe royalty is ways late for dinner so as to give an opportunity for 51 the guests to ar rive If anyone comes after royaltt has arrived they havent arrived their chair In tlq meantime having disa pearjcd from the table 11 Egypt Get Mora nan mm Rain fell in torrents In Alexandria Egypt during the rejoicings over the accession of the new sultan Some fifty years ago the statement would have seemed ridiculous but of recent years the climatic character Of Egypt has lost its consistency and now we have rain In places where none was known before and more rain where there was vcrylittle or only the gen tle dew The English are beIeved to be responsible for the rain with their new channels for spreading over the land the waters of tire Nile Cairo has only two Inches in the year while 500 miles cp the Nile there is practically none dt nIl Just as tho plantation of trees Itn a desert will bring cain so Is Egypt now a molster place because of the extension of cultivated lands Qut It Is not likely that all our western clv ilization will ever destroy the won derful dryness ot Egyptian air with which the constitutions of invalids und pyramids ngree Housej biggest of tho ordinary farm chicken houses In firstclass shape The work should be started early In tho morning and hurried along so the whole Job Includ lag the whitewashing may be complet ed on tho same day The poles and perches should be whitewashed early enough In the day that they will be thoroughly dry before dark Thohouse will have to bo left oven for a few C1odercape Green Manuring Crops A large number of cropsare used for green manuring Among the leguminous crops are sweet clover alfalfa cow peas and soy beans They axe all very efficient and the one to use Is the one that will grow best in the locality Cow peas vor soy beans may be planted after tko grain crop has been harvested IIdillon r t STOMACH mm R t L i1FIt Kif H WH4Dh 1t oIIIiSJUctrtrr l Pomtroyton KYIlaj tatereef ad JHIiIIMsII stomach trouble for five 5 years sad would have sick headache to bid at times that I thought surely JI Iitto I tried different treahnelits but fcey fid not seem to dome any good Ileotso bad Icould act eat or steep tad all my friends exce PtOH ttowjht IwOfol14t r liellii avTMc iI IW- MYfln eeslak I V I be sew bass lThp-w w aseths sad w eatt hM those awW sWc bi i utktIbSUNlSlNgL Jamss1MMCINi L Prithsidiijorrne i s JtIIickDl raSeMea j iotM4a Ttry JW 7Of See Moac aad S ti k CM cwcd ofpwe yegs4 W 1J IaIIIIIMaclIM1r ttSMrefy Jt CM k JrwQ t snag 1I111M111 astd sM aid s b aL 1I1iMi lHrJ rdIsss Gstapsds J 0IIr 7 Helps With the Lesoiii At night when the children gather trotaiiL the sitthigrooni table studying their lessons for the next day the telephonefen rip A Mttk neighbor avmile dowh tht road wantjhelp from his schoolmater Children as well as grown pii get plasureand profit from thefarm tJephoM poyou knowhqwlittle this servicscosdowyaluableitis A p I See the nearest Bell Telephone Manaec lrJiwrite for our freer booklet A poItal1ld ffV I1FARMERS LINE DEPARTMENT r TelephoneI ot land Telegraph ConiptBy INCORPORATED rtf LOUiSVltLE KENTUCKY tFn r lfIChildren Cry fo Fletchers A b3smInand has been sad e undew Wi pees 7 sola1 aupervislom oe1LaInty I Ices ana AllOw mc 8Betl deceive yoiatMi AU Counterfeits Imlt tlons nnuictasge44 t smlMw Experiments that trifle Wit ank endanger tins Hk o4 Infante ant Children Experience against ExIt What is CASTORIACas- torla JtIs a harmless sabstitute lor Cxoor Ott IPwr gorlci Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is PIoAMust J Icontains neither Oplnril Moriihlne nor ofcer YanI4s substance Its age Is Its guarantee It destroys Woissji nnit allays FeyerlshBese It curco IKarrhoe ami ITIsisl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles eurs OouMtpMlie and Flatnlcncy It assimilates the Food r gidKtoi H s Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and isfetanil sle f iThe Childrens Panacea Tho WotJeeri fxtetAf GENUINE CASTORIA AMJWW JiBcirt the Signature iC The Kind You Have Always fiftglI- n U Ftf Ovr 3O Years tiw7AuaeMMvTT wuwvssisteesM wwsviiIDIVORCE YOURSLFh- 1r DirtDust sia4DrJvy I s CJtPc 41 I tRileMefrmhsen iCritclf IwW I IJapt sdby Sw essithe rta CaIPr aL L U N peWSUIss suss JISiM haII1 NINUT hyMisthshr vcrH a SS w IY Agents Waitid L 0 J Nm W6 +