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II 13ST444aLiSIfEpAFINO 18kL t 55t if i j d itri j iNEW fCWS VOL XXXI 015 r SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 10 1915i Sr i J iJ i4foE IfWWVEMESS rHSBIESSED 5MIsXJL 0Ivv Cvvwwli letted Out ni tnbftiitftr Net hpv4dWh May- Prey Fr Ftrglveiuss Unrfer the Law CcvMHini IQrae Cove HiiHt r Nw C vsuni Some MM Net Fival1 but Explable d I i I N6 tFSfSSfSHkk tor IM secer4YCrH L I teach that sins CRErijwres la the senseS sot continue to treat us as sinners the sins WithIrelyth tlaetor actually blotting out sins fc la the future In the present life Ts Hlastrate The Christian who has traMcreMea the Divine Law quite un tBeatJetjlly through Inherited weak afMCB swy promptly go to God for ferffveoeM through the Redeemer unit k hacwretl that God will not remember hta agalast him because Jesus eifull atonement top such sIn to ajRotber daN ot sin partly of weftks N and heredity and partly apitated to by the mind This we torgivrogtfas1 1t look whatever portion was nnwilfnl I BBlBtehtlonal through Ignbrnnee but will punish teyer was ot Wei onnlvI oc assent of IBebai1fui Mtodr tbelSiblede to dotsln still an against bowl Thta Mme UmecaIIed sin ligpt the Holy JBpirtt for whoever UotaumcFi Jledl yiifiHy trans rfor TruthjJktchiita never has forgiveness Mat tktw 1232 It must be expiated If however it wer of sin ng mst mil- llligh the rpIUon would mean the SecoBd Death We have reason to be lle ve that o account ot Inherited weak nearlyalllIbiiId 4a onlypartly wilfuL Whoever realizes his transgression forfivea ad his sin covered must have great peace an l joy toward the Lord ey rttoltii he may Jbe troubled with aJtherefMegiven their marks are seen In what StjComingfActswill be Lot in the resurrection the Church jflll be given perfect bodies CItInsrer Forgiveness Muck confusion of thought prevails rMffctioc tocg1 eS6otsInS Toun dentaQd clearly we must remember that the whole world rest under Divine benteace ot death with no direct offer of koP The tonTfl people hare the i Scriptures Informing them that God Tppoea grat things for mankind but that at present Gods mercies and fn1vors are confined to those1 in covenant relationship With Him God entered Into a Covenant withj Israeli through Moses as mediator On sacrifleefor that year Thus they could come torstvensot8liege did noe tend to the Gentiles anti eye TwJt the Jews it merely typl Oed tiepenaanenjarrangement of tills Gospel Age based upon Jesus better sacrifices SInceJesiidny another Covenant tins bees opened the Law Covenant 1IIbtpictbaUy Inoperative mean while Those who enter this Covenant of Grace4 sacrifice their earthly rights thecplritUIiIpromised Jesus was the flrst who made this Cove nant He carried out Its terms zeal ously even unto death and in His resurrection was highly exalted jto the Divine ntlture- pbUlpplnns2S1l The work of this tcJN7ci rBUChWs Advocatesinner race as have theyt1ackt1ti of His merit Thus they may en ter Into the Covenant of Sacrifice He acting at tbetc Advocate Psa 505 Many seem unaware that only those la covenant relationship with God can JotoBL1n prayer John 931 14HJ TermsWith imaginewaItlBgforInners to show the slight- estI sign of repentance when He would arceptth mwlthout terms dr condi doss Nothing could be further from the Bible There the repentant sinner acccptabhecan have this privilege only on cer lain fixed terms See Matthew 1024 Misinformed evangelists may in the name of the Lord make different awayfromurm IJordL JCKIIS on the contrary advised wwnota silt clown and count the cost Lute 02533 fl sl If liee views wjre generally accepted Christians would bi tn better standard more efafce to tile norcl Mntt 71314 SStJOi LJ5 co MIel sbotes f flo frOJrd Defender 1apicqIbm Ready former SO StiJh GikiWiW ParnW arid I t eIesed Drb1oeked 1 U piisIM CihTaiJor1 PbisI L f W Babar t r ITf T TIlE NE1VS=kEALIb A L ii 7 i to Iti A ti 1 f tsi si f J h I e not V ciiY TAXES DUE I Fifty Years Ago Fifty years ago this month there came toan end one of the t ihrl Itcostof money and it iefl behind iit as all wars do a legacy of wretch edness and ruin that half a cen tturyIn looking tack alt the present moment to that great struggle of the past one or two facts of u tA rest suggest themselves First itwus comparatively fspeahingawas Jmmense destruction of property some of which was without military justification buttner was very little loss of life except those engaged in actual fighting There was almost no brutality to noncombatants Above all with the rarest excep tions there was nowhere on either side any insulting or abusing women Tnose who studied this record carefully felt encouraged to nope that all wars between civilized nationswould be com ducted on principles equally humaneit other to be said that our hCivilplorable as it was brought about great and finalresults that weret almost worth the expenditure ol blocd and treasure Slavery was absolutely disposed of It may have left problems and dif oficultiesIreeDemcratie nation willnever again be disgraced by the legal re ognitoin of humane servitude And what matters eyen more the war decided that there should be only abe nation between Can nadahardSuCceeded in getting iJtsjan dependence it would have been tbeNortb16day teaches us what it would have meant to have two or half a dozn nations place here side by side suspicious and jealous of one another vying togetner iin fleets antiarmies lest onetshould take aivantage of another Co get a little scrap of territory or a petty privilege of commerce If we lost thousands of our besttand bravest and noblest in that atleastgave lives to secure to psa priceless immunity and prosperity Let us pay them the tribute ot oher ishing H as a sacred duty to andhonatheypreserVeYcutbs Wife Gets DivorceS Mary L Clements was givn aivorce from J tieginald Clem ents an attorney by Judge Samuel B Kirby in joint sessioll of Circuit Court yesterday on th e grounds of cruel treatment as prayed in he petition The plaintiff is also given 5 a week alimony but the court controlS the action IU tolaiimony with thj rightto modify the award as the circumstances muy warrant JudgeKirbyThe proi 1 Is ronflic lag ard the concluaiuh Beached by the court is not without doubt In any evet one or the other cJ tae parties is entitled tots decree of divorce if he defendant iis right in his contention he should be glad to have a severance ol his relationtf with plaintiff upon any terms If the plaintiff is correct in her contention she has a right to relief by a decree of this court Tne coutl oj has weighed the matter with qarr and concludes that the nolr IBU terial m ttieridi tbatof alimony Asthe record stands in no ever is the plalnjijEfr J entitled to anj large sum The defendaht has a limied practice now whatever it may have ben at one Uft1e and theVteitiriiony of plaintiffs witness show this Under all ISti titlIStii i i Itrblof the action reservedHto modify the award of alimony a rtumstaucea may warrant LoaUvllle Herald Dixie Central Highway HighWavlAssociation he laws of Kentucky with its principal offices of Bardstown Kvfor the jurposb of promot mainIt3loanceI asking for detailed regarding road informationI tance grades feasi or a great national highway and other dar preliminary tb the electionl of a route for survey by expert engineers from the Highway Department of the United States Government for whom applicaiicinwill be made by the Association as soon as the necessary information can be obtained Tha Aasocition has adopted as its fixed policy that not a foot fihe road will be finally select1 ed and named until it has been thoroughly engineered and re ported upon by a Government E ngipeeraAfter the survey and reports ave been made to the Associa tion the plans and specifications t furltheproposed to LouisI ville or some convenient place n the road to receive guarantees for conpletion of road oat or before a date to be fixed later and when the guarantees are com plete the road will then be finally named for the wnole distance and the actual work will be hueS ed tocombleiion The general r ute along with the Association is asking information begins at the Straits Of MackinaCj Michigan thence via Ipetoskey Kal askaA Cadlllic Big Rapids Grand Rapids Allegon Paw Paw Cassopolis South Bend Indiana jl Plymouth Rochester Kokomo Indianapolis Seymour Salem Louisville Kentucky BlirdsI ttown Spfingfiejd Lebanon LibJ erity Somerset Monticillo Jamestown Tennessee Cross chatIItanaagai ersville Marietta Atlanta Mc Donough lackson Macon Hawkinsviile Irwinville Nash Wile Sttenville Lake City orIlandaMexico The purpose of the Associations I i to locate the road over the nfost direct and practicable routs and to spare np labor necessary Joo obtain correct information and when the route is selected all possible assistance and en couragement will be given for Iha proper construction of theI road over ihis route The sociation claims that the route under consideration is more than twojiuudred miles shorter than 1I1the1I1 posts to combine with the short road all other features that will wake a strong appear to the Government to grant the road Federal aldtIThe Dixie Central will be a distinctive hlghwayon ihe map and will have no duplicate on uny part of the routed Alpine point in Kentucky yet to be determined The Dixie Central will connect with and cross the route of The Jackson Highway which is being pro uiottd by The Jackson Highway Association from New Orleans arid the Gulf via Nash ville Tenn essee and Cleveland OhiQ to Niagara Falls at South Bend Indiana iit Will connect with andI 4qros The Lincoln Highway perhaps the longast continuous nighwy in the worldconnectingi New YarkCiwwitb San Fran cisco abouttbre thousand wiles distant The natural and artificial seen ery along the route ofIThe Dixie Central are varied and marvelously beautiful while tbe tistoric attractions are numerous I1he accomodations promise to 6e drst class from one end of the road to the other as good towns are conveniently distant along the way Dixie Central Hignway IThe is to be composed of any wno may desire to join and assist In tne grent enterprise Tne membership fee is live dol tarsl and the members constitute iQjthepusbmgI the work Qu the road to comple tan The Association will also sblicit subscriptions and adver jtise and work up interest and enthusiasm for constructing and any person who crmtributes one 1theHighway becomes a U Founder and both members and Founders arerepreseRtedwitbappropria1e donajtionsallal the records kof the Association and the Association proposes toj work in entire harmony with other road Associations It is very probable that Corij gress will grant aid to roads within the next few years and great highway which is well established and is kept prOm- inentlyi before the public will have tIe greater opportunity to receive Government aid ar t the people should get behiid his movement join the Dixie Uuntmlj Highway Association and givj every possible assistance to bo tjtablishinghighway which wii be a credit not only to each of the states i through which it passes but tot the nation t VCommencements tiThe Commencement exercises ofSt Josephs College will be- ndh on June HUh at eleven oclock I in the mai4ilngat Crystal JHill This hour has been se Ie ted so asto enable persons lOtreturntwoI I o lockRev Raffo of Louis ville will deliver the address The Naza eth Academy Corn mencement will taltE place on rhursduy morning Jtfne the 17ThI at 9 30 oclock As usual a special train tfjllj run from Louisville to Bards1 town returning lor the city in the afternoon The 94l6t Comraeucemeut odi St Marys College Marion Co Ky is announced for June 14th ai nine MondayI morning the exercises of the notable characterof former years i A New Swindle Sotjicthing unusual in the line of confidence games was success fully worked the other night at the expense of one of the passeh gets of thq Louisville and Nash ville train that JelL the city a- t9O ocluck Shortly aftgr the train Bulled Onto the Memphis dpot two men passed through the couches and with a pencil and paper took the names and addressee of the passengers The crooks represented them selves as agents ot the railroad company and stud they wished to get the pnsseug ra names and addresses und what jewelry und money tUfiy carried in cast of an accident 1hepassengdrtI wtronot at all readily consented to furnish the information desiivd When Ont of the pajseug irs showed a large roll of money the psuedo ascents of course were only carrying out the instructions of their superiors to count it in ord r to aeo if realy there was as much money in the roll as the passen get represented to be Af itjr counting the money one of the crooki handed back the roll and the two left When the passenger counted his money over agtin hefound his roll to be 35 short He gave the alarm but the crooks had already left the traits fOuYSIIOmY TAa a lH rsta Pasv a1 u And Must be Pai cbJ2JJuly i M tfecave p J CIM5ELROYlj MAitO4 r Lost Fine Horse r I Last week Mr I C Jameslwent to Louisville whreh purchased a pair of handsome sorjrjeJL carriage horses and fl floe carriage and harness from Mrs Nancy McCultum He puttf acaloredlmburg and on reaching Lawrence burg one of the horses llaiddpwn and died Mrs McCullum had paid 1500 for the team some time ago from MaysviHe parties They were sorrel with flaxen mane and iail and were beauti fully matched animals MriJames as Ute Herald has stated liveryhusiness llost 66 horses in that time some of tfiqm being very high priced and one valued at as much as 1000 Harrodshurg Herald Just Like A Woman A girl in town had a proposal oft marriage Sunday night and asked a weekto consider it be ffore filing her answer testified T B Sawbill She then organized herself into nn investigating committee and began taking tes timony from the married women of her acquaintance The first one she visited used to be a bell and the most admired girl in the own before she vas married six J eirsngSTecrsi xn miration Brought out itie fdCt ihshe had thrle children did al lied own won iincluding her washing and iror iing and hadnt been down tow for four wedics and that er hus band had given her but ffi sijice bhe wag married and that he hadI borrowed ahd forgot to payback sao which her brother once gave her for a Christmas present He bought a new overcoat with the money while she wore the sime plush coat that she wore when he was courting hertAnother woman whom she visited quit teaching school three years ago to marry the band somsst andbest dressed man in town and she is tow supporting himA third didnt dare to say her soul waa her own whent her huniband Was around though she used to write some lovely essays when sho was at schoolonl tbe emancipation of women and the fourth woaau she visitedI was divorced After eist ting them and sum ming up the evidence she went home and wrote totbe young man She will be married to him next month Kansas City Journal Another Ford Joke A rend oif ours driving out into the county the other day met a cenllemah standing in the middle ol the road and gazing up a tree His Ford was hanging up umong the brandies Bow did yonr automobile get up that tree naked the friend Well you seel was crank ing the blamed thing said the gentleman andit slipped out f my hand FOR DELICATE CHILDREN A Mothers Letter to Mothers Mrs R W Cooper of Bloomfield I N J says My child seven yean old bad a5 bad cold and was weak and quite run down In health She bad been In this condition for about six weeks when I began giving her VlnoL It was a wonderful help to the child breaking up her cold quickly and building up her strength beside I have also found Vinol a most excellent tonic for keeping up the chil drens strength during a siege ot whooping cough Vinol Is a wonderful combination of two worldfamed tonIcsthe med cinal body building elements of cod liver oil and Iron for the blood Uteri fore it Is a perfectly safe medicine for children because it fa not a patent medicine everything In it is printed on every package so mothers may know what they are giving their llttleones Therefore we ask every mother of a weak sickly d ailing child In this Vicinity to try Vinol on our guarantee LeofHaydon Druggist afS = A Brave Act 1 Monday at noOn a horset be llonging to Ben Spalding of color who works at Abells blacksmith shop frightened near the Pst fashlonedblghf tacbedasign and ridden by Phillip Irvine and ran off In tbe buggy were Mr Sp ldingg wife and three yeai old son The wife was ttirownont butes eaptjdwitfh a few ibruisesJiThe liorse dashed down Mala street 1fLesliei front of Barrp store and rushed into the street grabbed the nes and stopped the horse within short distance It was a brave act and one that only a wan with a clear head and great strength1 could have onIt doubtless saved the child and possibly others frOm serious injury M anon Falcon r r r How To Ghoosea WirW Six hundred bachelprs spent their Innobeon hour the other t day receiving fatherly advice fromPrjf Winfield S Hall ofr Northwestern University Medi cdlSchool on Choosrpg a wife1 I dont see any bald heads Jn the aSidienbe said Dr Jlpll t so Ii take it ltrgrantedyou allI good candidates for marriage By that I mean you have soum health and morally clean and can suupprt a wife if you win one Imagine the girls of your ac uaintanceship lined up befor- OU OUS of the possible six t twenty girls you are tocboo ta wife Whfeh one will you choo t Four thhins must be coraid eredher health her UereditaYy qualities her education and be oge Exclude from the ranks the girl of poor health Itstcalamity for a man to marry girl Some of you sayS1icba he girl might get well Let he get better before you marry hex 4Let her go jntothe woods for a year or so and develop tbd ability to walk fifteen or twenty miles and return without satigua tand7 Usi rogue upon her cheeks Tben you may marry her know iing she is of good health Dont marry a girl just because sne has a pretty figur and large llustrous eves and is a beautiful dancer if at 20 she has only the mind of a girl of 12 years1 Among other suggestions ne gave to the man considering choosing a wife were Dont marry an heiress rone with rnorOthanS15OOOOr2OOOit You her and her money Dont marry into a family where there are traces of insani ty or feeblemindedness Cook up tbe lierlth record oft hot parents arid granJparents Avoid the daughter of a con firmned alcaholicft Dont marry a girl just because the kpowB Lathe and Greek Itt is nothing against her If the bE8 a college education provided She knows bow to cook meals makes cloths and care foe children When he come to that part of his lecture referring ta the ages for marriage he turned to the blackboard write down some figures and said- According to tim best acid tific research the figures on tie board showtbe relative ages at which men ovad women should l marrySHere is the table as be wrote it A maa of 21 shoJld marryxa 8girlyears At 25 one between 21 and 27 At 80 one between 28 and 28 At 85 one between 23 and 88 At 40 one betweep25and33 At45 one between 25 and 85 At 50 one between 40and 50 Afc 00 one between 45 and 60 At 70 one between SOuod 60 At 80 one Between 60aQd70I When Ii man getVo bo IJOI years old1 he contmuedjVbe c II UJIII c f- J t ROYAL J i J lt Itif Baking0owaet r Sves HeaJtI- 4 = 4 i iJr ji rI 1 I I t ti JI anda V z 4 lIJrjf 2 r Saves Mftft I aw 3Pff it J LtgIIIf i t 11 1 MkaesI t ttJrffiXlIt i =v 4 it I Ij1ir rposellort dining years It is nnfair tori him to marry anyone younger rrY1lacni i The lecture w fcpne of ldI arranged by the physical GIatFe2t diMtirv McCain aged lLiEsi r9f Longview Miss girUevangelii ist in this ontqfJheway hamlet iis successfully conducting per tflrfit revival She is now leaping dIiintd florae all over tile South asj went to heaven and came back Physicians shake their beads wentoldtbat Mry died and cime back to life but her eats are emphatic in parI ttMary wato dead at all outward apperahces SbeI had ho pulse her heart wasnot beaungand her body was cold and tigid they declare Indications were that she had malarial fever tbev eay and whensbe died her body wasi artwedto remain in bed at her home ubtflUicrfoIldWnig morn t ing when it was to be embalmed But Mary McCain C3me back 16 Urei when her grlefstrcken parent entered the room tb text morning Mary complainedofbeinlfcuJ- drand stiff the parents relate and told them her wonderful story of the trip to heaven The remarkable part of theI base is that Mar bad never been t iQBible her parents never owning honeof God eidept in a curse Per story follows I took awfully sick one Sun day evening at 5ockkkand went out of my head I cant tell how t got Ic haven but when I camoto myiself God was holding his hand sabovemybeadandcome tomy home that night and p reacli jpst as log as He gave nn Breath in my body While I was in heaven Vsaw the angels with arms and w1iigs spread just an far as one could so and whet I came to myself dot had His bptadinfrotit of me until I came to a littlestep- I then stepped off and came straight to my hflme When I came to mother was sitting on jshe side my bed and I torhc over and seemed somewhat stiff and started to tell mother alLI about the Angela and all thugs I Wiiflcveu hl1nLonKvietJrHch and I have be1 r tog ever sinesSMothrsaId UM doctor kdittertadead vtkMtIGod dWBlie eltInt RJ1 jiul Ljujaainataslppi pi- IJ I A r irlit ers are bes1egingts Niliti ciwe totheir townsaisttcsw4act reviyala 1 iIneraoI1 Tri T Wffifrt takes a ihaniir iuRlI 1make aueacpbstsvbmau can make a bom CIZ f ot nl atimlreHU motbeavtiful jfetjr fcifiitf t el bnfc1 fgtirinte b r lMt bh Ir d wedlor1f tli iJ the ancityof allpdeI i1 lPL 1 pledge of211 ftrtttk tiH Btdoof heart and betcI ItkWwms wonien are ao milch btiftir Haa Ie men that their faun are yiSas sidered gi AMr TM otclxixId this orld fbat1 cdaifcal +the peak that HMi aWftttve clouds the one wii4dw itt frfcU i I the light burnaforever thViitafT that the dArk M cao qblkSiis woman fa love Ikzinw ftlM greatest heights 1Ii tf ttt lowest depths ii forvtttSe most ems iinjuries Aitomi llove iis the p rf finL This is the real love 1tottkfVi wrought all miracltet of aiMgives ns music aIX ibis wyfuia the cradle ItIM stjiplosing symphony Ibatf b awUMT0 v soul away on wing ol Ire A L 6 that Is gCeaier tai 9 r S Iwaet3t tan death 4 The Mot thxCHO U and the CHiaeiw Wftterr de mitteacaaae iar teMieg mW trouble thle veelc Om Wiay- GameWar4tPrsd Washingtoa cay J tl iin Harrddftbtrji fItJt lue Dpaint on and 4Wfc fc eard eo1ebMh41 IIytmiting Salt River as h he come te inveeHjprte tie e ter and settle witb the cIFWhen it was eipleieei te vbiii that the Cou cilaW ibe WConiaiittee WIN JjnMticfef 1 t stir tap the iwli0 Ihe tpeiry ir iin ali effort to uiew If oft vtu A ecurbtter vee end m ffor a tatore akmnrfaiit e ppjr f Gave WarEew4vi l to praise aiwl aisitt- d 5e the giaaS tirforjiciaalawkUie p1vcMrO RUarosbe led Irpp rJIs JItWo Wfcr lbs pMiiBejBisi g E Uanaa F O Mw ilIt joiMsAas mu 4 fetl1r1etIPIaIoh bs Iol1lIfsxbfd B tttOJ Iwi I omKr TtM MM 0ibe tjim a berd lht o r IMIW hiJMi prjM wicaen reiyvtor in abe UflHeti MMee bet teve won in Karteai 4i oo toa4l The Mtr toaliVp7 t cow Ifr e LLiWTMld d tWHfADER UlGPILD1 ii aiiarnT ThM y ftp iS JIIffI NUN Misnd PbBsiZ 4ilJ zy1ioM r r III t- I t FiCuiaiuhitr Jqf WIR IK Liito Fayttta eotyaneandaate forrlectignag CIir rill1vI ject to the aeuk y4 in te MWM Mrid to JOHN L NEW MAX f lkudi ws ehfoa county bR a i sithMAZir the I tocratic MoOMtiM Isc JUUroikd Coiniakeiow live tfc ao d District Prieiary gtiixAy Auat 7 1916 fwcm IIIt x Wes antturlstJi trsoneoBce L H rhwNMH M a eJM far reelection t tiia Iik of Circuit Judge of the Mt j JudieUk Mtrkt svbjcct to Yiw iiim of the DMkeeraUc prirna- rpAt7115 W iwtJwriztd toteixwtace C s HiM Liaei ia a cMdUate for tileItq1Mj theAi1iiry 1 rtl IllW01 AtNrIey We MtJMCitei to anD W H WLdbmoe a ca idte for Attorneyil i DemocraticIy fWi 4tkod ed to taeonce John A has M a candidate for Common wiakhi Atiiaey for tlur Eleventh JiWtret Mbjeet to the action tt HM DsoMcrfttk p rty mt tkp August I 01tf I t FKIseSeMIr f W MM tJtod 4owinoenc John L Ciiifa 1 Ltfceaeii JCy for MiMlirfmateit the Fifteenth Sen cOuqtfejIlTaIwt WuhinDojo 1 flrltpreJCMaCiy el W N MtkoriMd to anauoncji Chas P DuriHMM ka a idatefor Beprese theXYIAthcPentfatkcH 1fIIIJf 0 Wt tt ttfcorisW to announce T H BoyaKyMa CMHliWatefor Repres tift te tlM Lower Hoae of the Ken ty rtfNll Wakitoe 0eoeay1 s bjjlettetlM a tioaof the D nemMcytrty hi the Atieust pri T i Win JSryanj Secretary of UteiiaBded in his regnation Ma jMmbtr ot the Presidents CabiBfc Tusaday bectuse he XHildiiof rae with the Presi t d ttt and other members of the I CbiTsto the character of aotfj to be sent to the German Gover m nt Both Mr By ran rUi other members of the abiMt and perticulariy thej 1 PkI1nIi wished to avert war bat djlcrtd as to the best means by whleh to avert it It is to b regrtjje4 that Mr Bryan could not hit way clean to have re maiifd in the Cabinet at so crittoila time Everyone in the cqintry knows that Mr Wilsoa Is not a warlike man and th the will dp all that be cat coQtUtently with the respect of tnf aation to prevent it We bavVconfidence in Wilson and Qfhemay think best to accomplish the dfiired end While we are not criticising Mr Bryant and becadTae the facts are not fully known an djhb course may not dHetve criticism for he may be able to do more In this trying timeVs a private citizen than hely rry Howeverwet it ta duty of every patriotic AvMrican to do in so dark an byWilton Thfact that Jtalce swaaring is i one of the gr Htest obstructions tojustice is well known to moat i n who ervedn Grand Jnrie and while many swear lies beSf fore Grand Juries and in theL lower Court get byystthey frequently get culutandlnour opinion a grand jury should never lloie bdiett who deliberately f violates his sacred oath and perjures his lestiaBpny Qalte a number who came before the list Grand Jury saw the error of their ways in UBuavto save themselves aftertt they had been brought beforeI the Lower Court one howeyer got himself in bad and will be taken to lupenitentiary today f and all because e tried to shield tj hit guilty friend He dd shield bis friend but he himself is pay i ingthe penalty YUeyHi11 1r and 1rfrsO P GoatleyI erefsf ests at the home of Mrs Erhes Goatley near town Thurs day t KufuaGoodlet Hardesty was in our midst Thursday I Messrs Sylvester Russell andI JohniePardiew Springfield were i in our vicinity Saturday on busi ness rIrsJtt of Mrs Lula Morn Friday t Mr and Mrs Robert Moot gbinery of near Pleasant Grove visited at the home of Mrs Hugh Gotlev Tuesday Mr George Mock Bardstovsn was in our midst last week on business l JrJauest guests of relatives at Mt giou aunday j Misses Zula and Lily Weekly l wood111lII flobert8n3ernd sons Herbert and JoLn Neal wereJ l guests of relatives at Woddluwn aturday night and Sunday j Mr Ray Pile Mooresville was m our midst Sunday I Alj P N Gurtsinger and lam Hy were guests t the home of Mrs AB Jones Sunday Miss Mjranda Tucker is the kgestowriting d INr H T Virgin was was in t our vicinity Monday Mrs Ed Goatley and children l were guests at the home of Mrsi Thomas Tiigin at Maud Mon dayii Mr and Mrs M Reed and Mis Miranda Tucker were i Tuesday Visitors of Mrs Lufa j b Moran j Severalfrom this place attend ed the exercises at St Catherines TuesdayL s Si sPerilnIt is said that after enormous daigersand difficulties the secret of producing lthe lambs from which the PerkssUnIamb fur U secured has at lengthIbeen brought to America by an official of the United States department otIagriculture This official Doctpr Young stlpUonscovering tho kind of sheep whose lambs produce the so much sought fvI beliefjj oldLitour own department of agriculture ta1cIIng up this work also and that tkeIlambs wfll be raIsed both in Canada and the T7nlted States East andI Wilt r i i IThe MaAviile Drug Co3 I IIiII sjcrjpjiona filled exactly as your physician Also a very high grade of toilet bj pricei Thp Standard brands of paints I iflQO per jftl Best grade of linseed oil directsIIjtiall lineQf Pee Gee BeNuLac all fell line of theory best paint S I-I- IoDi Gasolinej CM be bidit all hours frotr an Underground lank IhickiMreI a better quality of gasoline than when ftorwi above the ground Jn act we have everything hafctk ptinan uptodate Diig Store and can iI1iy isif you wilt bud no townln Central Ky the kMibI1 that afprds a netter and battei equipped Ot Ms4f 1ft iUQellact 1aUiom- ei to serve you truthIS iflackvllie rn Efw fI1 1f If i FOft QUIET JN CITY STREETS AiNe M Ortliwu PIIS41a Nsw YrkHIdakiWiIVfht Dlr etIR proideperson plying a trade in the streets madeImneighborhoodfor tion to his wares or trade or calling This Iif an improvement upon the old ordinance and wilt put a stop te tome of the needless noises that have een ah abomination to the community There are howevermany other noises that are just as needless and just as annoying that do not some under the penalties of the law perSonsplying toattractattention to wares or to callings They are many in number jnd various in nature running all the way from the unnecessary noiSes- f automobiles to the pounding of flat car wheels and the deafening rat tIe of elevated trains The new or dinance therefore is but a step in the right direction but even a step YorkWWHERE HE TOOK HIS DEGREE Indianapolis SelfMad Mans Neat Counterstrok to Somewhat Snobbish Refiark George Ereitlein an Indianapolis business man is self made and successful His gun club decided to hold an open trap shoot and it was annoUnced that all entries must be- n before six oclock Wednesday eve ning About eight oclock in the evening the clubs telephone bell ang and a voice on the other end of the phone sid I desire to speak to the head of the shoot committee Kreitleih happened to be near and he answered the phone The headof the shoot committee is speaking laid he What can I do for you1 This is John Astorbilt JonesYale Jar aid the voice Yes Id tlike w enter your tournament saM the voice Sorry said reltlein entry list closed at six oclock Eutf1 said the voice Im sure youll make an exception inmy case Gmfbe 1oneqant be done repeated the voice I dont think you quite understand who I am Im John Astorbilt JonesYale98 GeorgeIKreii1l doneI SENTRY HarmUM Dec It That Iroufht PMM and Hsalth to lnitlvs UnfeN tunats lieyali Lady IE 1805 Ferdinand IV was driven from the throne ot Naples All has members of his family except an aged alf4Ister led to Sicily The victorious French who had rhea Ferdinand from the throne treated the old ladY with every coa islderatlon The Iew Jctag Joseph Bonaparte left her property and her tacomt virtually intact But ho did order that the sentry who always had before this door of the princess and had saluted when she passed should be removed And on this point in spite ot the princess pleas he re malned firm The Bourbons ceased to rtflphesaldand no royal honors CouW pftperly be accorded to a mem erotthefamljy Tile loss otthls mvjc Qt TespjsQt 4pepythandone For the first time she felt her elf an outcast an exIle lit her own Unit ihe frterad so steadily that her itrcorth began to fall Finally the loyal servants who bad- tayed with their mistress decided to resort to a subterfuge In order to re tore the old ladys spirits Accord Ingly they fashioned a great wooden ol dignified and martial app arance on this dummy they paint ad the gay uniform of the Neapolitan grenadier They set the figure In a sentry box by the gate of the princess residence and waited for their mis tress to drive out They counted on the nearsighted ness of the princess and on the fact that she aJwayp passed through thp gate In her carriage to makp the ruse successful Ani when at last the cap riag did pass they saw by th gift j lush that came to the princess face that she had not detected the decep Uon From that time the princess revived The sentry pever left his post and the princess never discovered the by i which her loyal servants bail rOt stored her spirits and her health But occasionally she did complain that uq der the new regime soldiers did notI present arms as they had done In the days when her brother was ktngDoz- Gufe Kamerad FATHER WAS ONE EXCEPTION Characteristic Story of MakeUp of English Mllltants Mrs Blanc Was Easy on Everything Mnr Fethlck Lawrence the noted English suffragette said the other day to a New York reporter Your Idea of militants Is that we are vixens tartars manhaters Butasa matter of laQt we have In cur ranks some pfthe mdst elegant and fasoipatlpg women in London so detyNothe mill Ju t Is not like Mrs Blanc who said to her daughter day anaI lam certainly easy on Look at this pair of elastic sides worn them three years and theyre till as good as Jewrmeas1 on too Theres my tyeedjust- s fresh as the day I bought It seven lItock1Ingthing Except father ehf said the without looking up from her bookSt Louis GlobeDemo crat e 0 i ItFAVORED THE CONCISE FORM Neat Rebuke Atfmlnl terd by Em parse Francis Jph to OVQtML1 eq Re TapeIThe emperor of AustriaHungary Is oo slavish admirer of redtape meth odaHe loves the fluent direct nay of the military man and is manI best of terms with the bluff honest Igenerals rIIthem In his controversy with the bu reaucracyThe was Galgotzy a taciturn old soldier whom the whole Austrian army knew and admired After the oc cupation of BosniaHerzegovina Sal gotzy wasiient to build military road Funds were short and the sum avail able for the purpose seemed hopelessly Insufficient By dint of hard work and Ingenuity Galgotzy succeded nevertheless In performlpg his task and thereupon reported Road built 25000 florins re calved 25000 forms spent remains nothing Galgotzy Dissatisfied with s summary an ac count the audit officials applied for a detailed statement of expenditure Gal gotzy ignored the application which was presently renewed In peremptory form Impatient of red tape he replied Road built 25000 forms received 25000 forms spent remains nothing Whoever doubts It Is an ass Shocked by such impropriety a red taplstlnchlef submitted the generals account to Francis Joseph who blandly Inquired Do you then doubt itr FATE OF THE FOURFLUSHER Young Man Was Mistaken In Think Ing Girl Had Fallen for the Automobile She sat on a bench under one of the elder trees with closed lips drink big in the glories of the Setting sun Excuse me he said lifting his hat with his right hand while Ie ad youhappenIts a match That is my automobile standing there and I find myself with out a match to light the lamp Jt was obviously but a ruse to engage her in conversation but he was rather a nicelooking young man with a threedollar knitted necktie and all and she smiled as she told him how sorry she was about hay- Ing no match They fall for the automobile be muttered to himself I One thing led Uranother arid Boon he was sitting beside her chatting gayly about the Latin Quarter prevalencetopics But soon it really did begin to darken up tlvlnghImto the automobile to which he had pointed as his hopped in and was lost in a cloud of dust leaving him to re fleet on the just deserts which soonet or later zust envelop nil fourfloshers TRACE CAUSE OFPtLUUit1 Italian Scientists Assert That Dread Disease is Due to Drinking Water From Clay 8011 Professors Alessandrini and Scala- f Rome havejust published an dab rate illustrated report of their in restigations into pellagra They formulate two fundamental conclu lions 1 That pellagra is not dependent on a maize djet and 2 that it is a disease strictly localized od limited to areas where water is Irunk which has been almost eiclu lively in contact witha clay soil The clay contains silicdacid aiul ji a colloidal state Experiments on Donkeys rabbits guinea pigs and puppies proved that the typical pel lagra symptoms could be induced in them by the injection of colloidal lilicic acid and that eating maize made no difference one way or the there The professors discovered that the jffects of tho silicic acid could be jounteraoted by subcutaneous injections of neutral citrate of sodium ind they cite ten cases of patients aAich benefited if not cured bydilj Injections of a ten per cent solution f triBfxJic citrate Ja The Explanation Internal evidence labels as made la Germany the following story The culprit was brought before the schoolmaster by one of the lesser teachers It seeps fa me gajfl the ohool master bolfllng his cane behind his back and looking down grimly upon the cringing figure before hlmilt seems to me that this little rascal has gotfinto the habit of lying I fear sir you are right replied 1at what can yqq expect Voq see gjri aJ the boys played soldier during the Christmas holidays and naturally they always made the young tingllshman Holy CatJ A lawsuit in New York over a Jao 000 bequest to a London Cats house has brought out testimony that two elderly spinsters of London one on a bicycle and the other on a tricycle each with a basket searched parks and alleys of tho English capital and collected 479000 stray cats In 16 years So many cats were captured that it was necessary to hire a house where they were either fed to sleekness and farmpd out or put to death with chloro form Four hundred and seventynine thousand cats seems a good many but thejtoJlWork of Famous Surgepn uthprltlcshavehospital at Bordeaux all t wounded suffering from pseudarthrolsls or Idsp of bone In that hospital they will bn treated by tho method of Doctor Voron oz who has discovered procedure by monICents The first operation that of transplanting a monkeys bone to the arm of a wounded French soldier has been carried out with complete sue 7 SHOW COUNTRY IN INFANCY pirns of Patriotic Order Depict Scenes of Interest to the Young steeL A photo play depicting the afire between the early colonists and the Indians and conflicts of the Revolu Con the story of which centers about the famous Revolutionary leader Francis Marion will be presented Eotion jilture theaters This drama entitled FranCs Marion the Swamp Fox Is in three paffa and presentS exciting tattle scenes between the colonials and the British soldiers as well is handtohand conflicts en caged In by the settlers and the In diana In these scenes hundreds oImen participate A secret love affair between the hero and the daughter of a settler which has its Inception when the for mer rescues tho girl from the Indians Is interwoven in this story culminat lag happily after the surrender of Cornwallls The opening scene of the play shows Cherokee Indians attack the cabin of Jacques Vl eau setting the cabin on fire and killing all the occu pants as they See from the flames save the daughter Mary whom they make a prisoner Francis Marion et the head of a band of settlers defeats and routs the savages rescuing Mary nd placing the orphaned girl In the care of his sister Marion falls in love with Mary but because Indications point to a romance between her and Gabriel his nephew Marlon conceals his affection When war Is declared between the colonies and Great Britain French Marlon organizes a body of troops and offers the services of his regiment to Gen Gates but that officer declines to enlist them They adopt the first American flag the rattlesnake design With the Inscription underneath Dont Tread on Me Marion and his mencreate terror In the British lines by appearing and attacking when and where they are least expected and do- Ing much damage Lord Cornwallls who has become worried because of the American commanders activity sends Cot Tarle ton known as The Butcher to cap ture The Swamp Fox but the latter la warned ot the red coats approach and capes with his men Tarletori finding his quarry gone raids the home of Marlons sister driving the Inmates from the house with the ex ception of Mary The British officer then occupy the house Marions men attack the British camp and set fire to Marlons house with burning arrows driving out tho redcoat officers and defeating the Eng lish force Mary is rescued from the blaze and learns that Gabriel was killed In the fray TWomtniths later after the war render of Cornwallis Marion returns to his home Believing that Mary was in love with his nephew he often her his sympathy for her bereave ment but to his surprise Mary embraces him and knowing that he lis too diffident to propose ahe pope the Question herself For a moment Marion Is bewildered bUt he soon re covers from the happy shook and takes her In his arms SOUP KITCHENS IN BELGIUM How the Gigantic Work of Relieving al Starving Nation Is Being Conducted The soup kitchen organlzedln Brusi seln by the American commission for relief is now undoubtedly the largest in the world Nearly fifty thousand people entirely destitute wak In the bread lines every day and over six thousand gallons of soup and tour thousand kilograms of bread are dally distributed to them Unlike the bread lines I have seen in America says a report from one of the representatives in Brussels these are a n people of one nationality and all with a common and undeserved misfortune They are of all classes but we know none of them save by Dumber because no matter what their station or the extent of their misfor tune they still have 1ambur propre and many of them if they were com pelled to write their names on coupons when thy get the soup would rather starve than take ttNone of thorn think that they will always have to be in the bread lines and every one of thorn feels that when it to all over they will want to forget that they have been destitute The soup for these pitiful flotsam and Jetsam of war is all prepared in the large storehouses of the Interna tional Express Company Van Gand More than one hundred people are engaged In this work Among them are former chefs of some ot the leading hotels of Brussels who give direction as to the kind and Quality of the soup its ingredientsJJand their proportions Under them are those who clean the vegetables potatoes carrots beans etcand prepare the meat This entire staff is composed of volunteera except the chefs who receive at the most halt a dollar a day IDQrnlngtwbepfspMRt Is started the scene la IlonQ qircuslike storehouse of the ex press company is one of tremendous activity with the moving figures of the hundred whiteclad chets the fires ablaze under scores of immense caul drons all dimly seen through the sift rlstDI1fromWhen the soup is cooked it Is sent under the seals of the commission apd under the protection of the American flat in large lorries to the twentyone canteens scattered all over Brussels These canteens were formerly ectooli dance haUl Turkish baths etc Dur- Ing the morning wherever one goes women and children may be seen com- Ing and going with pitchers of steam- Ing soup and their rations of bread un day their arms Mayor Was Taking No cnangen Carl Louis Gregory who is the underwater photographer of Thirty Leagues Under the Sea is whipping YerJowstoneMutual company into shape for early release Mr Gregory is the first mo tlonplcture photographer to receive a permit from tho government to take the views A Denver newspaper recently printed an article about Carl getting the mayor to perform a movies marriage Gregory asked asked him to kiss the bride but the mayor refused saying that JwUe J rnt to the movies f J as q 1r 100 4 F t l f k 1ai 14 t1 Jf l rl 1 1 tt J 1Svh1rc fiii tr A SAFE INVESTMENr l AIftr1t1ftf ft iI i PAYINGS 7 0 t Iti q FREE FROM STATE COUNTY AND CITY TAXES tt r ii j VVrv IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY iSIt CC MENGEL BltoCo 1 A tj PfiEFEUE0STLS ifiI r t 1 4 ii g lrV Par if Skins Siqi 4 t- V l ti 414 PREFERREDASTOBOTHASETSANDPROFITSr rQuartcrly biyidaidDatcs first Monday In March June September and December i3r 1 Redwahable as a whole or in part at any time at the option of I J the Company at 125 and accrued dividend 1 CAPITALIZATION iv AtitkriaI PtafigIsi ii 1 t r i5OpOOOvCommon1 f 1 a tI Important features regarding the business of mis umlpanyl arid fIi i this issue of stock maybe summarized briey afoUows ofJr v J This stock is a legal investment for trust funds iii the State 1 it of Kentucky y4 t 2 The compaIy has no bonded or mortgage indebtedxiess 4 t r 3 This busncss was established m 1877 by C Ct Mengeland jt C R Mengel and incorporated m 1903 as C C 1 gelBr CoI iI under the las of the State of Kentucky untl has beci continuously r NA 1S1ccessful durirg tIc whole period of 38 years j y 4f 4 The Hsiness of the Company is themanufacture of Mahoganyi iJ1 Lumber and Veneers and it is the largest importer of Moganymoj t i v f t the United States its proportion of the entire importation in loll be + l Sing 18a W2H 24 1913 14 1914 16 ivs s 5T legal proceedings for the issue of the aboye PrcfckrI J t L Stock have JDeen passed upon by Judge Alex Pv Humphrey ariak J to AbaldB Young Esq of Louisville iJ IPRICE 100 PER SHARE r Accrued Dividends to be Added r tAv llMlferj f rd t J i 1t1I i ItrJAMES d- t t c WILLSON iLOUISVILLE TRUST COj ALMSTEDTO4 uiI1 t j JOHN W D S GREEN WAKEflELD fCil LOUISVILLE KY ft f4 r v It vt tf1liSpecialcirculargiving complete tfetafls of theaboveisuotlre tl 1 I ferrcd Stockonay be obtained and payment for the stock ybemaQiJ 1J i ft tt atthe v I Jr tit i i i W FIRST NATIONAL BANK J f fflI 1 1j 1 tI civ t l 1 w iir r t A f t I V t ffZL 0rr1 i Jtl Ikk r 4I Ww 71 j c CONFISCATE THE EDITION Newspaper Issues Often Suppressed by the Austrian Censors By order ut UwrornllfjtU4 court thl5 issue of yyiir IKIIW Hereby confiscated for prlutluc wlIIhhh tilecourt consldurx KlionliI not Ill uiutli public pollcenuiu with u vord dangling nt hUt side unit lioliUiiK hi liln baud an flJClnlt1Wllnll luwuTfun luf Iposing seal qn it uuttrs the uuuuirfui djecrtvIt u Fordhln and coniiitJou luaclilut vuil ed for short tim voniiscatlou 111111- rftus at Ori1uwu below tin bis presses art thiniilorlnjc nluup on the last few bunsiiml cople of n iiIr cir culatlon t 3 oclock hi tue worn tejiDFroi the numerous rooms which make up the editorial sanctum there roHs one lionnenvetterr antl Ver dammtr after another editor orders a small ThemanoglnJI larger than a handbill that will tell the subscribers wby they Will not receive their paper that morn tug This lis a scene which has jUtkeQ place frequently in Viennese newspa per offices lately One nfternuoo re cently the editions of tire evening pa pars were contlscated Probably tiu ed itors in the world fm tell as mnnyln terestlnp stories of news that never reached their mnler us the Vlennew From an American viewpoint of n free press the Anstrlan re law press censorship nun oontiwntlon ap paratus is about tire must atennl rind nntiquatCar institution In existence Apparently it was created largely fur the purpose of keeping the truth fnmi the public In Austria bonks pMctnren llliistrat cdcatnlouc8 price ILnb hnndhills nd veftlsemcnU unit advertising literature nOwspoponn periodicals nnd publica tions which appear occQsiunal sfgiia nnd signboards iterLn tact every thng that convoys meaning to the mind toy tnenn of type pictures or symbaJa is subject to censorship Until recently even private calling or visit lug cards were subject to censorship The printer bad tofay a proof cT card before the pressfcourt before ItI could dellvir tlm order Any djstrjct wr superior court may eoqstltuteitielf press court to pass ipon anti order the toutUmtlon of tiny npviiwper In Its Jurisdiction Vienna Cor Now York Tritium1 Cleaning Dab A practical Joke which was played in a small town created lots of fun and some indignation A joker notified many at tire housewives that on a cer- taIn morning the telephone company wan going to blow the dust out of the phones and irorn the wires They were r Ipreventphones were kept cloSely tied for anj hour or two and others were under the rags for half a day or at least until they found by making inquiries of central that the joke was on them My informant said the Joker had to leave town for a day or two to escape the Tlg teoua indignation of women wbu were tnnledClnrlnuati Cornor WHY THEY FOUQrnr The nan from the bituminous seal rpgion had just walloped the ground with the man who had at temptedtotake liberties with him Then standing over the fallen and hosliidI naUOIJNa1 miner with a soft cealatiMK t r F rj- rH5 Lj J r tr t L1ti it For years we have beer stating in tht newspapers o thsScountry that a great mny women have escaped seriol eratiohs by taking Lydia E Pinkhamns Vegetable Ccmi I poundand it IS rue t 1 c1 We are permitted to publish in this inndunc m cift extracts from the letters oC five women All have bfifH recently received unsolicited Could any evidience I more convincing f 6 1 Rononox MEI had pains in both side ath eka I could scarcely straightenixp at tiae Mylckac sI fwas so nervous I could not steep and I thought I newt ynmi be nybetter until I submitted to aaoprabuIeaeneeIskIQdia K Pinkhams Vegetable Conipoend ad1IOeI1 Iks a sw womanMrs lIAnvum Soza ilo4don M 2 OIrABLoT1 N aIwas in bird health Io two jrgs4tktpan in both sides and wiI Very ervOs I jiad a rieWik IneverwotijsweUnseeIhameVegetab1ethmpoi1ndnd I gladly gay that I amDOW eacifine health3trs ROSA Sncs 18 Winona St Charlotte N UF9 HANOVEB PaThe doctor syjacja eJe8 ocerMelM Jhusband got meLyd1 E Pnkhamg Ve table Qmapouillli aM periencedgrdatri1ef in a hOrtThn NqwI 1eellib aDeW JioR and can do a had days work and not nditXr D WILT J96 Stock St Hanover Pa 4 DzcmnIufIWas sick in beet and thveeol tMMtjIclans saidI would have to be taken to the opital loc m fet ation as I had something growing in my left aide Irefused toaiib pUt to the operation and took Lydia E Ifokhaafo YeyUhie cos t pound and it worked a mir ce in my ce aad I tell other woea what it has done fq meM LAUL A dzLswoLD BlamWilliam Street Itecatur III J 5 CLEVELAND OmOI was very irregular and JoriTe l yiiM my side pained me sothat I expected to have todero wi op eration Doctors said tfigy knew of nothiEMfilMrt would help me I took Lydia E Pmkhamj Ttfe table Compound and I became regular IoBIl fMrg e from pain I am thankful for such a go6d 40 cine and will it the VfrQwr1ttoLTLtPThrwANIz1cIlrEcor CNFThZYTIALLTXM Xi for NT our letter will he ea ed red aa w by wezaatMtiaa1steaas NATURES ESSENCE Extracted Km ftcerf lisi Natural laws are periec but duetuw feUowgWs JrfN j r Go tnIf tc nature lor the 0irete t forwt there are mytttm sr fr ass fathom for you Take the ktIe el the wildirry Star pit 9imf f iistooli J on lrape root qareens root broodrtOt sad IM isl a s I the aoaa1oao extract of ibeM witk jut the r1t OttIOeS IM j Doctor Pirces I1ted1cm1ety It tootDt Pierce whk thoassiMaesoLtwOh5f04uhht siit sss ii herd worktxperfraeaUaf tosskS skit pyre yseaeavit s a a sstsst eaci88C sad withoat tile as id a peetsek e l Jest 1i t 01 fiId J y s s i jid Meed1ed siS tht Ms teS sad cstw T Dr PiereIa G1ss wI Qi ryrsPtmirc kiovissd Mi w ors1s sty s ptbeyy- cirs tMyother be4pewdr adsiei seeM iso I pot eat of bslier s5 Ss be Mat the t witea Xa JI WILUJoIM III IltIb Zest coome 6 doet wlik ii dSsr at h wa aD7 other apeeiafls4s on s53eeeh asS dIst1es seei Woe 500d155Ct swet the mid ees hsi Maasto Dr P1erce IJulWoN Y hereeIl s4a =plaint th aed J= 0 a ssO isssit- edieIDIeoyciysndCIe IX nnscov I peuets MY pet Mi 9ss seezncd tobsiurIbatizeiJe Le uMslaisssis itssiOis- upp Ph NtceL W Sc Wken in t of IUter HeA Euv Jii trStatcmcftts or aaffunii irf StttioiKfy lfiifrf fuartntce sttwftction 0 ffWe k b BROWN AGENT TOKf a1IKtyC1wIr JifMce Ce Or LMOKCTON KY liirs AQJMt Jire Xagktnlng WjndI r flMI I Md GrtwtM 1Mksa specialty KMMfr SCXLKITS OOTt PATRONAGE Rat I1b14 ponE 165 R PRINGFIELD XY r R41ic JIVED Ui ill Sirgeon 8toOa m N8hOlin1t 2 pm Qrfr vHaydorts Drug StoreL m Di IV PS TRU- SrYDENTIST l dfflVfc ever Haydoa Bather Pmitkl work mtreMonable prices 4IlIwoaguarant4ed Di R J HAMILTON SPRINF1tt Ky flee wiMafn Cross Street Phone 0 7 30 to 830 L M OkeJIours1OQto 300 P M DR M W liVArrtt Office oVer Springfield State Dank Oacebours1080 a m k 12 m4 to 5 p m WF GPIG3Y ATTORNEY AT LAW OpeCOTcr Peoples Hank- IIPRINGFIXLVKY SPECIAL TO WOMEN Th4 MOSt eeoaomlcal cleansing and WMidtel ot all utlMptics Is A Aathp Pwer to b 1MwatcaaldeLi A BMdkfaal amtieptic for Conches in trafttiac catarrK InflammaUon or- 1JeeraUolL of BOge throat and that ca Md by featolae It baa no equal for tsa years the Lydia ft Plnkbam MtdtclBe QohM recoaHflended Paxtlne la their private correspondence with wo t which proves Its superiority WMMK who have been cured say it it wortk Its weight la gold At tngjutM Rte large bozOr by malL 3k s Taztett Toilet C t Boston Mass Strnberry Plants i FJIPIT AMD SHADE TREES and our first offering of the re markabl- dIi iioitlvFttnlPotatoB Sree Catalogs No Agents HPillh11enejer 4 Sons 1841 Lexington Ky 1915 ln crttlnf Find in IMIa In recent researches at Surat Castle India ProtO Y Muller of Bombay ays hewas shown a large number of fecqrds dating froth 1760 to 1830 Which had been recently discovered in the cells of the castle These were largely price Jista and other matter Valuable to a study of Indian economic history The most Interesting find however was a proclamation wrltteq ia Marathl In the ModE script which after narrating the Iniquities of the r shwa Baji Rao declared that he had been yanqulshe4and afterward his dominions annexed by the Hon East India company The document add ed that ft anyone should be dis 0posed to disagree with this o desire to operate It he would di Boat the tine of his life ani I the confiscation of all hIs worldly pos sessions Finally the document wae signed by order of Mountstuart El phlnstono Bahadur by his lllarathl ecretary and certified by a huge and still most perfect seall of Elphlnstone Tasks for European Statesmen congreSiIOiYlenn the ame1task that the European statmen will be called non to peN fnrm whea the present great conflict ended Curiously enough the tion of Poland constituted one pf the most perplexing problems before the coaferje s of Vienna as it probably will at the next great conference ot the Eatlons following the present A cent rY ago as now the wajj Instjnct of Russia aimed at nothing short of claiming possession of the whole of Poland And then as now England was inclined to keep anxious watch upon the excessive aggrandize ment ot Russial and to opposethe latters plans for the annexation ot pplaat Fr IattltsMpThe first na tion to use electricity la place ot steak ito propql a battleship That will be the motive power on thj dreadnaught Callfqrnla where It flit be used according to a method mat bag er pfectedJu piter where It has proved moat sue pceisful manyAstrc4tca U fawtantly changed tao diM fom racisc of the propellers 1 Jwavy Hal out JM jrevented Then ML ctrlcpower plant occupies far I M PPAC4 ana weighs test than ma JiHIfttht rodace an equal aafWMt oi eaprat tlndUy the cost 11 aiate nwfid tepalrs is much tefl savingL la prcMo It III ttHJs Q4Wi TOWN r t J mwoomru nnl iiW WWWti4 Local Happening of Interes tI The Freshest and L testll S41IAlleutYouaelr Friends lI and AcquaintancesI i 9w11 MnflLA1nJinn VHtflft nftlllft nnn L A Burns Springfield j1for sale a No 1 good jersey I make ita business to remove spots and wrinkles out of Ladles and Gents Garments Springfield City Tailor Phone 6 R F W Baumbauer Prop For SaieLi yearling filly 12i ryear old horse 1 53vear old mar guaranteed to work anywhere and not afraid of automobiles 1 2hocse wagon good conditioni AlbertMudd Springfield r rIThe third Quarterly meeting for the Springfield Methodist church will be held nzt Sunday morning and night Rev A R Kasey the presiding Eider wilt preach at both hours morning and night The Sacrament olI the Lords Supper at the morn lpg hour oi Stray dOn my plfceabolt three weekago a pa1ered steefE about 2years old Will weigh l about 1000 pounds Owner cant have same by proving property i paying for this advertisment andJ feed bill Howard Mudd l Raspberry and Ice Cream f Supper for St Domonics church will be given Saturday June 19 at McClure and Mays old stand afternoon and evening afternoon for children e IRepublican Conventions Mi Republicans of Washington county are called to meet atr the Court Housa in Springfieldp Ky Saturday June 12 1915 at 230 oclock pm to select delegates to attend the State j convention at Lexington Kyf June 15 1915 W P GmGStiYrChairmair MARSHALL DUNCAN Sec The campaign for the Depob cratic nomination for Judge was opened at Lebanon Monday when Hon Jeff Decry Ron 0 Si Hill and Judge 1 H Thnrman spoke in the t teresti of tnelr respective candidacies for that office A good crojKrd listened to the speakers and6- much interest was manifested and curiosity aroused as to just wbateacb candidateivou1ct have tosay abontf the other After the sptakjpg the comment of the public generally was to the effect that the candidates had pleased t tthemof each other and that each had c made a good speech presenting his own claims for support 1Morrow Speaks 1I0D Edwin P Morrow spoke at the JourtJiJouSe last Saturday to a fair crowdqMr Morrow is candidate for the Republican Nomination for Governor of Kentucky His speech was lis j ttmed to by bdth Democrats and l Repubitcans He delivers a good speech free from mud slinging speakerI Fire AlarmI Citizens of the town were alarmed last Monday when the fiife whistle sounded and iti said that the residence of fr1 Wm Buckman vjason firev The Fpartm nt r she tothescsne but found upon their arrival th1t the tire had been extinguish ed A coal oil stove had gotten out of order and for awhile the I flam j was beyond the control ol Mrp Buckman but with the aid iof other persons prpsent she ex tiuguiinedthe flames aud damage was avertedI CaveIttJUNE 29 1915 Round trip railroad fare 375 Board at Cave Hotel including the several routes in the Jaye 550 Making toial cost for two days tr1p9 25 going oo regular morning trains Limit on ticket 10 days WritqorphoneLNA- gent CASTOR 1 lA Tor Jnfimw and Children TIll Yw HITS Altis Bcignht nrSthe Biipaatareof t TOPICSl 1 l if Ir flflttflflflflftEnflflflh1DntaI ALL WORK GUARANTEED lKateDr W Vaughn Stallard 14JDiplomas- Givn LITo Pupils Of St Cath arines at 93rd ComC mencementi Tbe Commencement Exercises l of St Catharines Academy were held inSt Catharines Hall rcesk adayMonday night a large Crowd of relatives and friends of tbeyouoKJ ladie atiehdiug school came inI on the night train and in the early morning hours of Tuesday large crowds in buggies and automobiles Were seen wending their way toward this famous j institution and the number of persons in attendance was much l larger than has been seen th ret for many years The first number on the prott gram was a chorus by the vocal classes Then each ofthe eleven graduates received a crown and act of the Sub Graduates re ceived a half crowu Then theOthe Overture Maritana by lace with Mips Eliza Cecil asE soloist was rendered by the Academy Orchestra Tb duet Militarmarsch was rendered InC leasing style by Misses Julia Kyle and Julia Polin ou the pidrc The Miserere from II Trovatore with Miss Leonora Muironthat O ret and MIss Jiattte Rirey on the Trombone with accompaniment by Academy Orchestrare eived many favorable comments The vocal solos The Swallows y Miss Helen Carroll Tbe Ave Maria by Miss Lucille Weileman and Inflammatus Est by Miss Evelyn Ross were each rendered ins strong voice full of melodyf The Meditation De by f Miss Francis Kelly on the violin nd An Den Fruhling by Miss Carrie Newton also on the violin idem instrated that each of tbese young ladies are rare artist Itb with the Flddlei and the Bow Ia The Readings The Lost Word by Miss C Cassily and Ole Mis tls by Miss Cecelia Barber show hat these young ladies are acIl omplished in the art of elocution Miss Margaret Ward an accom pUshed musician rendered j Scherzo A Capriccip on the Piano The Folk JJaoces by a number of little girlsij iin which they sanglLonddn Bridge is faUI1 log down received several enIt j cores itj fed a very eloquent addr sstptheJ Graduates after which he con f rred the diplomas on the fol 11LeonoraJulia Kyle Julia Poiin He Carroll Francis Kelly C enfJ silly Lucille Weileman Mar ret Ward Evelyn Ross 6I Barber The following are Graduates who will graduate next y arMi8NeH Catharine Qatharine Kelly he Spalding NelI Morrsey Mary Timoney ses1tMand LeoraWelsch received Com mercial Diplomas When all the exercises of the commencement and the manner of execution are considered iti impresses the listener with the faoV that St Catbarines has among its facultv some very talented members and the ability of these young ladies reflects the the training they have ieceive- dPENITENTIARY SENTENCE GiveziThreeinCtrcuit Court Trials at This Term IThenine days They returned into Court the following indictments Malicious wounding 1 detain ing a woman against her will 1 false swearing 1 selling mort gaged property 1 housebreaking JarIIcshooting on highway ing a deadly weapon 1 breach liqqorltbalinIlocal option territory 7 bdveone for false swearing was Johp Anderson colored who was tried out bef068 Jury yesterday and given a term of ot less than one year and two days and not mcre than two years in the Penitentiary It wascharged in the indictment Fiat Anderson swore falsely be fore the Grand Jnry when they were investigating the sale of liquor in Washington county at the present term of court The above indictment for de taining a woman against herJ will was against John Smally who was charged with detaining a colored girl in the Texas neighborhood He was tried Ijj esterday before a Jury in tbel ircuit Court buttbe jury d to agree on a Verdict and Willihavetot rDl of Court unless he gives bond for his appearance Five of the above indictments I tor selling liquor in local option territory were agiinst Tena she was t iM on IGrundyaD Circuit Court e terday and given jail senteu CC of twenty days on three of tntui and fines of jtfO each in the other two The indictment for malicious shooting against LucianThorn on Who was alleged to have shvt atJobnAndr field about two oI11oBPrinI tried before a jury yesterday and given a term of not lessthanone year and two days and not more an 2 years in the penitentiary Anderson and Thonton and lso Jack Rose convicted at this term of court for killing Louis M ddalfcolored were brought out before Judge Tntfrman yes terd ay and sentenced In sen encing them the Judge took occasion to warn tbem of he fact that their gocd or bad con duct while at the penitentiary inIto serve there All three were taken to the penitentiary at Krankfort this morning by Sher Eddletnan and Deputy George Powell There were some other misde vesIIpartiesffail in the Quarterly Court AJ V taw charged with having stolen turkeys from Mr Baker sometime last fall was tried before a jury Tuesday and acquitted The question ot tur ke s getting mixed with Qthei turkeys entered largely into the case and doubtiess influenced the jury both as to the questlpa of whose turkeys were in controversy as well as to the question of wrongful intent and honest mistake rOld papers for sale ri1Onei1 has a greatimprovement on the One that taKes all the pressure IIbindery hores necks and when the ma a leyer drops stationery and 1 take the team out the ton- gI stands stationery three from the ground IoI I Jm WHEATLEYJ i t F U1IW uu p trtL I J 0 i i rI Dont Fail tft Attendr iif I I J Leachman tI Campbells t Jl sale of t eir complete stock of Iemode1ing u I jl i tJIfJi FIJRNI UREAno- pportumtyof 1 IIcTJ I1i 1Jf J Vv4l t i I a lifetime to buy furn ituye a yo OWfl PflC We nedj IIthe money and must make roonrfor tW jcontrdfeto Hebe sure to atL IItend the slaughter for wemean to sacrifice prices as6efore I 1 LLi AN CAMBELLJJ J V PERSOI AIL I Mr AO Kimball was in Louisville Monday on business Dr W T Barnette and Mr W M Hagan have returned Om Dawson Springs IMessrs Frank McWhorCer Broadus Hickerson George and Thomas Spalding Charles and Thomas Hay don and Ellison Mc Clellan have returned home from college IMr TP 6Bryan of Lexing4 ington was here Jast week Mrs C L Price and son Steve of New Bayen attended the Commencement Exercises at St Catharines Tuesday Mrs Harry Browne of Lab anon spent Sunday here Drv M W Wvati was inLouis villa Monday on business Mr tJphnie LP Vest of St Louis Mo euronte to Campbell yule was4he gust of Miss Vqiilie Vest one day this week IMr and Mrs J A Boulware were in Louisville yesterday Mr 0 T Cunningham was in Bardstown Monday on business Miss Lucy Boldrick and Ber- nIce Spalding of Lebanon visited here this week Misses Mattie Cantrill and Ruth Lisle Greensburg visited Mr and Mrs Ed Leachman yesterday t Mr OE Bankin of Harrods burg was in town yeserday on business Attorney Bagby of Danville was in town Tuesday on legal business I Hon S A Russell who has been Ilw severalIlwbuggy was in town Tuesday Judge H W Rives of Leba non Was here yesterday Pleasant Grove Mrs Nellie K SThurman is visiting her daughter Mrs Chas Litsey Mr and Mrs Howard Mann of Thompson yilt0fipenty Sunday with Mr and Mrs C Lewis MissBessie Walker of Lebanon is vlstingrelatlvesi Mr and Mrs Hargr Hudson are visiting relatives liore Mrs Neliek Thurman spant Sunday with Mrs SalliGregory Lea and Raymond Perkins of Tbompsonville spent Sunday with Mr Harmon and family Wo had a severe wind and nin storm in our midst yesterday and we fear it did much damage Mr and Mrs Ed Leachman were here Sunday spentlSaturday Fred VanArsdale Mrs Chas LitaeV entertained Agnes Hines and Kite Homan attended the commence ment exercises at St Cathatines Tuesday Tbe Ladies Aid Society will meet at Mrs SaUte Gregprys Wednesday ain1edmans visitors of Greensburg Sunday I lfjTH NEWlFIIRll tt i i 1 = LRShuEtz8Co tiIJj ir1i i ifI 4 OFFICE BAKBER PETTUS v r fl tf 1tV r f A R Shultz has satisfied the people of Washkfton attil a4iim 4 1counties for 30 yearsWHY NOT YOUewili be fkiti igi f t 0 WIthou on large or small contracts in tbe Hettiaf FrS Tinning line Agents for Buckeye Pompi p i I 4t1 X GIVE US A CALLI J l M4 i 3 l Forest View i Mrs Richard Cambron and little son spent Monday with Mrs Vick Smith Mr and Mrs WUIlfe Osborne- of Kansas Citvis spending few days with the formers parents flShephardsfl Several from this place attended t the jCommencement at St CatharinRS Tuesday Mr and Mrs Richard Blan ford are rejoicing over the arrival of a son MisR Mattie Rinev who has been atteuding school at St Catharines ishome for the vacation 0Brvan1lostweek cause unknown Mr and Mr Bernard Smith were the guests of Mr end Mrs J B Carrico Tuesday Several from this place attend ed church at St Rose Sunday afternoon Mr C M Smith who has been confined to bis bed for several weeks we are glad to sivy is able tobeoutagain Miss Prudie Carripospent a few days last week with MrJ B Carried and family CoumawloJiul SIc Jennie unterc PlnV EquitySidBy vlrture of Judgment and order ol sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1913 in the abovestyled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY JUNE 28 1916 at130 oclock p m or thereabout being county court day pon a credit of 6 12 and 18 months the following describedproperty towit A certain tract 6f land situated in Washington County Ky known as Joe Casey farm adjoining the lands of c Jl Cheatman Lloyd Matting and Newell Hardin supposed to contain 73 acres 3 rods aud 34 square poles lobre or less For ther purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties rnnst execute bond bearine legal interest from date of sale unvij J paid slid having the force arjettec of a judgment Bid deraI1 be pared to comply promptly iwlth theie teVxhs C FBOSLEY MCW G C FoLm I lIs 1sNIIssII lEBANON CBAUTAIIQU II IIJUNE 29 to JULY 6th DRAMA NIGHT William Owen and cast fn a modern play Th 8rVafc I in the Boase V j f HEAETH AND HAPPINESS DAY by Dr Charles E Barker who WM puic ad r President Taft during hUadoiiaiitraUo Washc IIiILectures BAND DAY t d Pallaria hiSband dvn ic4raII iotiipeeItc t ikwf iii t b S 1 f POPULAR SCIENCE NIGHT Wrestling gyroscope monorail car in actiov hidwriti fon the wall by ultraviolet rays A thrill aid aurprlti I every minute PATRIOTIC DAY ExGovernor Shallenber of Nebraska p ew1yleil ptia IIft 1 o Congress in a great address oi Political Pa i IBm II JOY NIGHT l IItrloI fail music and entbuiiaani DoaIi v tlil iftt roIAUCE NIELSEN DAY l hy Prima DopnaSopraBo ots MstropoJitps 7r Irl TI CZAT FIILY crwhisk tsiSs wswII TaIaa Is y e V a s 1IPS HOMELIPElt- MIiJcs1 rJ I asbigpsgescfihrIillUIIoItsI J b bI Iandthael7azUCi4StSTSI74S7T r uIdepsrtaentsBelpIacBancUx U XdtpWardrobeairli and 1nUMIa uIudssp Iud JMrCountry Ufo I 4 A Ya kos LWi Mys Who Italii FaI1 = r=iitJIf f 1 y IREE 1hCUI ecJX= tsM sssM w aThi iua MIM f w JLLIuuu WciII WIGssIb us- L ri- TheLouisvil1GTns andrI News Leadet Dcct one Yearfor 4 4 f t f 4 As 4- I 7 FL1 CUT THE ARMY RED TAPE t w1 MeftalMl TIM I K That UttiMl tt ttMfo wfcwa UM w caBM fIIltManarJl way 1 MM vtetrcuMM At s t CfafckMMMtft GIII ml w iIrMSC iuthe dIvfie ol 1M c upt oaI GMa w M aeM for dinf onaefl eosaaIc that be Mpiilf amwt fecI I y 7 i Ie te Hntil your base Ii =r IeteL I wIU coder adjust nys- eIfaiitwstbereply ti t MJM Uite e fBgeneat fe over Ill iI1X M tM matter fcirt MM tbtf astounded Rose waMt yI o te consider yoac Ii71a arrt w QClpWM I i mponded WIHIck jwwHfiijr and jut as soon as this icMilr otcr Illsee that the matter ta asI eipotIate1 the com- J r cst let you to I6bt Yea are under arrest 1 w iMB aa Ulcer to ybar brII g Tet aiM aa eflcer to command my 1eIbe1Qk1l Tbey know meJ esn- emtbeia Nety boys would ksMTlMW to Ikt e what to do un I kJsjryu theaKr boysT belong t Tesma Mft1Wlllkli I cosa1ileanl I must fight ideP inl Roaecran gave It up 0 s4w1Ik wu reqeeeted to return ai jjijt fifc boys irhlch lie did tJMecMeWfy Ad tbft was the StartWak1Ektokt IECOMYA BRITON t E M Pw Aiis W Acflulr Citizen iEnuIan- A Jwie waftier of alteas become Mimih MliltclifcTety year by taklug- y5g4g4qlrQf the Jaturallzatlon act TWi roe et taking out naturallzat- Setf papers IB England Is delightfully Map An applicatioB can be put tkrMffe a couple of weeks lIf good aa4 iMkScBt Nasooi can be shown WWJetIIe aTcrage ttoe elapsing be twee application fir a certificate of fttvftdUatioa and the granting of pet ti fcwWb te file the path of allegiance to MM ktac wltk tho home office which I a 4tpiitfcally confers British cltiaeti 4I wly about eight weeks laattwaHMtibn act ot 1870 re tafaO tUtu fcpplicant shall have J IiI iiaeur Kingdom at least a re y aiMalliitend 1flia nAt lIsljd to coaflpue to vcstde here TW Miirwy bate or apartment is MAcfeat toeta1Isklegal ijesldehca TiMJaaakirdV wort is takea as sue dMt TbeappIIcaataz reIy M ftiQ a lank with the details of his KMUMCe and other infocraation and MVfibe tam as to his residence veri MdW one British subject while the appttMBts reepectability and loyalty MMt beTcmclMd for by others He tk i llea the application with a flfee- At owe office JL itcial Seotland Yard detective is a eitMM io kMjalre Into the case and lCU 6it iihefa p ieaIdeoiwL TMeeTnonths is aMswM Msa i wklcltto make his re- sufficejwtlSWf weefcs wially SIf IfaJIPMeIKIeI1 Jg passed another 1ee 2ia4kktred TUe applicant thee baapzii Iii to ftc his othofu 1ffw1ikrcbBcfudea the prois ILLedoL TltBits t H A Purlin Julya TlMt tbejr1tan fashjpn of nom ctetaf pr6dBCfdsome Very odd aitiafto very generally known t Lea oa Chroalcle recalls that n11 8MMJC lel kk Travels Over Scetiaad aad Wales published 37M gives a copy of a Jury ItI S IIei5fr5 leading Return Fly Debate Roberts Stand spelmnnl HIga Strtoger Be Faithful Joiner and Fgbt the Good Flgh bf FaltH White The irrii p PlaceITIM bishop ot tItJauual meeting of the bishop of jjutiioaa fund at GrosvenoV House jiN that charches dld not drop down fiwii acaven any more than bishops I I t giA1Ittgrl Thhfs ongregaUon TkHdy aad r that delusion had re eyitly aaMto her mother during a tlrr tiifjimm 1 urn tired now mother cut tie bUtap go back to 1eavenJ Lon StaadardI4 LJw a Mwrtal Mvillf Picture- ot JkreIewbt have been near 4ijewHin say that in an instant all t e reato of their past lives are pro j MiitiMW JaentalTlsion Barker t l deeic hel1ev1FBeWbr non Nerktr1f k1 were trw they wouldnt allow theawelreil to be rescuedLife A f The jhctnt MYeaiiy you xre In lavewith Mis a 5i r 1ernoft mnf ieanythlnKnttracUvp abofaiW1 Irnfc Y NelbeaaI see it Rut ir tn the bask aft f4Jl lati4LeaIer U Oi Vref Marriage IEvery mia whoc arries IsMlkb the irne who wc ithe Adriatic tea ttMws sot what he may find therei- tiar HeI p HnrJfft oOhAtert lneA unk i tItilHittrnU arm literacy caiIavMiead the or1d1n point tt lM7Aong et rrtilIt1GfrBMB taMi niats oveT fourteen years kla MSMttwe Hltterate Of Imnill jtnH 1rOStbernatiOnC it la claim 4 tbfMkJfdttnd Tin illiterate among vytitytbiee Dutcii thlrtrelb- tL t iW bit ttttrnlnc Hii i iTentyseveu Finnish 100 XmmCi jd tfe tteU but tbe Prq jpiMlMiliiMMNr e0e Who come from ffYartlBiTffTT one in 4X Among tile LaiIie 1grantA dtIi6sefrUm JII kutIiem e4 tO- t S luJIL1IssL JII d Par RlfiUai i iJlJtJae t a the iMt tram Who was 1i BM MM M tbe tallaI jcMkctenistlesr ts 1te 0tlila to siy 1It 1p efN Wbe es beioi eJ I5rfc A I tjJrwt t9at As J nay toinIdata W1 Jkot 5neiid i m sirabfliiyfeiIerQardIu r e 1ieera frigs That 1 if rU1Iil lNews Judce ttdthanlelHobbsagcd ninety ef York Me has returned from his twtmtythird annual fishing trip Bigamist In Arkansas convicted of fckvlniB sixteen wites got seven and a half months in prison for each wife Saloon keepers in Boston are forbid den by the license board to give bottle openers shoehorns corkscrew or cal endars to customers The toeless shoe for afternoon anl evening wear and to be worn with a without stockings Js the illatest novelty for women to appear in the LonIon shops Lewis McDonald of Portland Me possesses a Jobster whose smallest claw is shaped exactly like an elks antl nrand one part of the antler to shaped exactly lIkea womansfoot TAX RECEIPTS CLOSE TO r ESTIMATE OF 75000000 Jtttttrfi For Last Bay Atone 6l6l- 1732Yeara Deficit Only 100000- June 30 the last day of the fiscal year was nnpreccdented the history of government finances The rush to pay income end corporation taxes brought Into the United States treas ury vaults in the matter of Income and corporation taxes alone the sum of 23i61J L82 about a third of the col lections for the entire year and the total receipts for the day were 32462 220 Asa result the deficit for tile year us estimated by Mr McAdoo Is reduced toI0JQooss1 This shortage which Ia to be charged against the general fund wonld have been a surplus if failures to pay income und cor poration taxes promptly within tbe urn Iits of the dscal year had not held back more than 3500OO whicht will be earned into the business of the cal year 191415 says the New York Times In other words the deficit of about j 5000000 WhIch Secretary McAdoo eSt timated in a statement which be gave opt baibeen whittled down to a def- ICIt ofra little more than SlOOOQOO and Irllit were not for the ten days grace allqwed by law wduDl have been wiped but entirely and a surplus would have appeared on the treasury books of more than 2500000 This sum which can be calico1 a moral surplus II to be compared with a deficit last year of 400000 and a surplus for 1012 of 1897000 Secretary McAdoos apprehension ot- a serious deficit was base on the as sessments of Individual income tax lia bilities which he estimated Iii year would be 53000000 and wbkh fell short of that amount by 23000000 As n result of the heavy receipt June the net balance Jn the general tfund of thetreasuqwas4l45S35PZ CURED BY MONKEYS GLAND JA Cretin Turned Into a Quick Witted Boyop ration Unique The radical cure of a cretinone sat faring tram cretinism a disease char acterized by physical deformity and Imbecility by grafting the thyroid gland at a monkey Was described at Academy nfl Medicine In Paris by Voronoff a well known surgeon patient a child of fourteenj 1tbe was attacked by myxoedcroa at age of eight as an after effect of rlet fever His physical and Intel lectual growth stopped Six inonths ago Pr VOronoff in the presence of nineteen doctors grafted on the childs neck the right lobe of Uje thjaoid gland of a largo baboon Almost immediately the patfept be andJI1rkcderelopI While previously the patient was spa thetlc and stupid he became active and quick wItted couslderItending to confirm the great posslblU ties of constructive surgery as intro dnced by Dr Alexis fnrr MEXICOSROYAL GHOSL Legend of the Rumbling Cave of Lap 8ierva Hot Springs The hetspriags of TuasSiervas near otIt been visited by few people trm the Outside world but they are famous in thellegends and history of the ludlun tribes of that punt of the republic According to the jwtivcs the waters ot the Bprlnfci iwssesis grant piedlclnaij properties In ancjunl times the springs were the favorite buttling re sort of the noble families of the Tepa neca AJcoIbna and other tribes that lived in that region On bo flj sides of the chief spring there are nuge rocks with bleroglyph lea and the figures of women beautl fully carvdd Judging from the robes worn by the women their stately appearance and the Jewels around their prlncTbe spring laat the entrance to a grotto that has never been explored From the grotto a rumbling sound resembling distant thunder is to be heard all the timer According to natives the rumble 1s caused by the ghost of King Excamlha who ruled over tbHt part of the couhtry three or tour cpnturlea be tore the Spaniard discovered America King Excamlnti the tradition suys was as bad us man could be Ue murdered people nvjrely for the pleasure Of eelng them tile and committed every crime He bud his palace constructed in another cave which cominuuicateu with that of the spring by a tunnel ITJIere Excnminn iji Cbinpnny with some of his favorites had orgies that lasted weeks and months When he died an carjliauakeS estroy cd hIs palace SlncetIiat1ay hfs glmst has been haunting the cave hctir the spring and none thauaUe8VII1t- cv r diired go into tho cave New Yoyk Sun t 106000 Memorial to Clara Barton Clara Barton one of the foumlers ot the American Red GrowLjs tob com rIMbulldln GlenEhplit 6er life andivllertsbtfhil ffltl tnlmll1lbnlldlnJwlJI tallttlthDtl I r rAT THE mm rrBy DOROTHY BLACKMORE pa1Ipa1 shirtjisnt u acquiesced pticklikezaar will be a Jolly bore though His friend turned bn him Not at alL The prettiest things in town are to lie models and theyll be diked in cotton from top to toeI Being well known get that cotton brokers you and 1 will be expected to attend and give our support 1 think youll give a good dealot tone with all those matchedup frags of yours Moore twitted his Iriepd Me for the cotton bazaar rags or no rags tome on The two men left the bachelor apartment and found their way to the armory wherethe great cotton bazaar rwas being held by the women of the town Cotton was to be on exhibi thin and for sale in every conceivable form to educate the public Itt its us and in this way help the country to dispose of its output in view of the European war Gerge Cameron and Willis Moore tpod astonished at the doors as they approached There were crowds everywhere and not even the regiment on dress parade had brought so many out- sIders to the armory building Some bazaar laughed Moore The two men strolled about from one exhibit to another Cameron was interested in the bazaar purely from a business standpoint and he took pleas ure in learning of new uses for cotton Willis Moore he admitted it was its much interested in the pretty girlsI displaying their wares and acting as models for various cotton garments asJhe was in the exhibition from Its pracI tical point of ylew Cotton gloves Gentlemen cotton evening gloves said a pleasant voice from within a boothICameron would have gone on hut his friend turned to tho girl and hoIcould not do otherwise than follow They dot look so bad eh George i Willis said taking a pair from the girls hand Cameron looked at them and then into the face of the girl who was offer Ins them for sale He stopped short and dropped the gloves on tho Poor Seeing that he was a fifth wheel oh the wagon Moore stepped on and his friend went nearer to the glove booth There was no other girl at the stand bqt the one Vho had offered the pair that still lay on the floor Cam erpi as if suddenly recalling theI gloves stepped bactt and picked them up Ill buy this pair Helen since Ive soiled them by my stupidity Oh laughed the girl you needntunless you like ButIthink theyre your size Its strange to find you helping withI anything sQSo useful and patriotic axiditndthnlfty I mlghtsay George eaid a little bitterly Not nowadnys1Helen said prpmpV ly not noticing the bitter note in tits voice t Youve changed Helen gave a series of decisive nods Very much she said slowly I regret those frivolous years I realize now that there is so much to do in the world bepiaes thinking of ones own pleasure Im as busy as possible POW sluce father lost so much of his b stI warhelpingwQ13r Helen interrupted Georgo But she stopped him OhI dons need to earn bread andI butter George but I need to help othIera who have to earn it I Dont say any more Let me omoI to see you again Helen and BUying up the whole stock Qporge Jnterruptejd Willis Moore ir relevantly stepplpg up tP them Will you whispered George Helen dodded laughing George in troduced Willis Moore to her and the three talked ot nothing for a few mo I meats The cotton show now held Just ono onIt again to take the fair gloVEr sales woman home and to tell her al that he had wanted to tell her for tbreq years She listened and said yes IllJI over again When George told his friend Willis Moore about his engagement tbe young man said characteristically l So it was you who had to cotton1 I on to something at the shownot yours truly after all Shake IGRBSKS LOAT1IE111E TURKS An Incidont That Shows How Deep Std la tha Hatred The tXfrnt ti Wlitli IMt irCIlit hatrtsj of the Turks guts tllusthitiKJ In A Child of the Orktjt y Dei eir Vaka The authors Aunt KulllroiUt an old Grpok iVoiilaii vliw feiJiii s were till most antlTurl lie hul bought u large Jntlt lioincstiiul Jor wbliTb she liiirt use iind IIIIJI iItt could l10tnt alliiirirdsoely in lieq ItImaui tailing title tin l04tfl of ii Turk Thenstlior writes The nesttiwe we lsitiU Aniil Knl llroe slit liintiiUcd Iii the Simtliary homcstund Juet within Jiercnt dour stood a small table covered with n whlfe Jfneu tablecloth such hs uu ortliodo reuk aputi heself for the purpose t f putting on the table wUere tlie Ikous wer laida inbie cloth I1IWJYJ washed by the mistress herself iu n basin kept apart train the other iltttiiusr On the table lay a Gruel Ikou brass candlestick hoJdUj three candles nil bqrnlng unda7uniss Ji cense burner from which colutnirbf blue smole rising tilling the hoitsu 4UWhrt Christmas cried It Isnt even a1 grcqt paints day WJiy ftrejiou burn lag the vuittjle und- tbeJ1Uettgrcat aunty I TJliey h q vc been bunting Mhioe moved into thltj iind hey shall yburu for thrice forty duys to CIyiiiHi It jfroni Turkish jmlintUm lIeQrtYXo inrtii Tur iryvitfd It and tlml Is enough to polriitjt CJiUiJjih ho J mmARbTA- RIc Igf5sure 7J Oati IiI I The u Dream Fisherman J I He 4rew a fly across a stream His heart of hope was full And as It split a ripples gleam pUllA rush Hla languor all gone Tho world Iu noU s cecmed to hush For Jo the fight was on He listened to the sInging reel He braced himself and still Beneath his fingers he could feel The keen und welcome thrill catHedespnlrWhat Then Just as from the water came The shining dripping prize The boss apprpachtxl his desk and glare eyesTheTo labor close and drear againThatChicago News KILL RATS BY THOUSANDS WHOLE CITY IN ODD CRUSAD Nets Traps Clubs and poison Used t Exterminate Rodents at Nev Orleans q I There Is the tllggtdetttm to all rnt campaign going fuVwarrt in NewOi leans that thIs ever bead planur ngnlnst tiny American rodents It wl persist until every one of the pests that carry bubonic plague tins Deal eztetnlfnated tore than rtOQ0U rats and mice wen killed ih a surprisingly short tIne Th price for CapturttiK mice alive is cents a head Thoitsaitds of men am boys black aud wblte have chasing up and down tbe river frou with nets trapn clubs Ore polsor and almost every couceivable sort weapon Only twp well defined cases ot thi plague have bwii discovered so far These were in the lodging house ano ure said to have come from Cuba Ifoi four blocks around thla house there hat been instituted the strictest quarantine All moving pictures and amusemen galleries are closed and street cat are not allowed to stop in the restricted district Nor are those who live in il allowed togo visiting or t6 attend anj public assemblage Many of tht leading business houses of New Orleans are helping tbe cltj authorities to enforce the snnltarj regulations A list oPstrllt city or dinauces has been prepared and will be enforced They are Prohibition of liuinau occupation ol InsaniiJiry sjtruituros Tin rat proof ing of all buildings and Ljasetni ts Thi requiring of scrocns for all bakt rie and CHtunntntK Every residence and place Where toot is served iniiMt bf provided with garbage cans lint scdveiiKer sirvie J IrcvenUon of tin dumping of gut hltI within the clt liuiiUf IrohlhiiuK the sale of vegetables grouui vitniu 1IIlIO feet sewer outlets RALLY TO SAVE REDWOODS Gifford Pinchot and Others Start Fune to Create National Park LuunrliiK u movement to pnrcliast a tnUt of of the ti sf vtr redwood timber opened to sale Ibt the terniliiiittiiii of prutnivted llt gu lion Giffonl Iinchot vxchlef of United States forrst scrvlc Cougirs man Kent of Cnlfforiiln mind CharIot Vlllls Wit rd both prominent tlmuei owners have taetivuntrllitited 2OU- to n popular subscription fund The purpose of thciiiovomciit ns set forth by L Uroyson in Kecreatlou and Outdoor Vorld really goes iinicb deeper than appcntrs in the uuuouncc tnqnt that this tmit pf timber U to bt Ipurchased ttntl turned over to the ua ibnai government to be mulntnlUed us J national forest and training school jin forestry It literally amounts to an organized attempt to save the commer cial redwood the oldest cud most re markable growth ofmerchautAble tim tber ou the glubc from disappearing from the face of earth us it prom- Ises to do iu less than fifty yenrs tim It the present nite of cutting continues LENT 519000000 ON FARMS Seventeen Life Insurance Companies Gave Aid In Fortytwoof the State Seventeen Wilted States life in surance companies carry iu farm loans tthe total of more tbau srilJuoQQQa This data tim Unit nqtlicntlc statement of tha extent of Umns op farms py in bjJAUlefilftTbls great volume of money Id ills tributes aniong fortytwo status aud IortotRlco tile only suites not listed being Delaware Maryland Massnchu Betts New Hampshire Nevada and ilhojle Island IraMs with IIMtlun liit stcd itthl KMi ns Missouri pbris Ui illinois nud Indiapu ure nex IRpri1prLy Would Standardize Trunk Freak trunks utubelllsbod wjth cool cal protubcnmccs slant sides and un hsual tops may be unpopular among the bist trUnk society The American Association of General Rug giige Age will urge the intyrsw cmntjlpree fiiiiinHsop fo cnusldqr Aplan for the xlnmlimilzatlou of trunksft PJlubltlrmfive inciius placed as the btigestdiin clou or a trunk wlthjOie further pro- Vision that the trinf inust be stjunr JT ructHngular IeneleHer Namst 0 Js a village or Fmuce Tu the corn piuiVu ot Jiortree Iltll distance of lIti eon kilometers tram Argontan Itselfr nt a illstnucc of thirtylive kilomekru front Alcncou This Norman hamlet has at last accounts twfentythreo in habitants antI the proud memory of the extinct maniubiate of O which dates back to the crusades The lust oihrqulu suporlutuuduut of the tlnanccs of llfiirl III lived n spendtliriit Dud died n pauper AnotliOr lustauce of single letter geognijijiy is the arm or the sop Vvlikh piuietratcs the Nether lands r WgnderfulParrotI Is owned byJJtironjAlfretl du HothHcblld and ne puld for It n record sum SIte sIng s with effect quite a number of songs lIt voice liken bnnjog twang Sin spanks 200 words of German can an0 Rower reasonable queries smartly re bukes those who asksilly ones and Is careful to remind her interlocutors thatt her full title is Iaura from Africa ntoase a w THE FIRST TEACUPS They Had No Handles and Saucers Were Used as Covers ln the miftdle uC the eveutccntlj cen tury tea was introduced Into England and with it came the Chinese or chi nat teacup Strangely enough the men who imported It from the orient did not themselves understand the method of Its use The Chinese put n pinch of tea Intt a large clip without a handle tilled il with boiling water hnd then Inverted a saucer over the receptacle within rhose rim It closely fitted The object vas partly to retain the heat but Chiefly to prevent the escape of the ragrance of tile herb which the Chi hose found most delicious The lute ilon was permitted to stand for five nliiutes when It was decanted Into i second cup without a saucer and laintily Sipped John lIeu however emphatically de lined to take his ten in Chinese fash on He liked the appearance of the irnameutal ware upon Ills table but ie inslstcfl on placing the cup in the laucer like it miuiuture flowerpot and used it exclusively to drink from pre jaritig the huvent e In common Jin tend of an individual receptacle In course of time England began tin uanufacture of cups und saucers and Jlctures which have been preserved rom the days of the Sttmrts shOw big taring cups four Incites across the top vlth saucers less than three Incites in liameter By degrees one dwindled nd the otlier uspanded until in the nlddle of the nineteenth century the Opposite extreme wn readied nnil fashionable ten services Um ouiw nly in Inch mid It half In diameter accum mnled by flve Inch saucers The handle of the ten cup came from ledlterntucan luuds OrlKluully It vas made of thUk dud strung earth nwarenndlpJlIlt l to bwivy jars and amps Its decorative posslbllltlifs P ilarlzed It with Greek und human III ers who cxfcntlud its Use to imphorae nnd Ongonx but as the word amphora indicates the handle was Jouble Single handles crept into use y slow degrees and were probably ap lIed to drinkliig cups about the time hat coffee came Into vogue la south rh Europe the beverage being taken ilmost at the boiling point so that wine device for liftIng the cup without Durnlng the flugors was round deslra ble London Tntler A BRIDE FROM THE TOMB Odd Romance of Benedello Marcello t the Venetian Composer Benedello Marcello one of the most ramoUs Venetian composers fell In k vo with a beautiful girl named Leo nora Munfrottl who married Paolo Scrauzo u Venetian noble She died short time after her marriage a vie ttim to the harsh and Jealous treatment of her husband Her body WI laid out in state in one of the churches and her lover actually succeeded In stealing tho cprpse and conveying It tor a ruined crypt In one of the Islands und he sat day and night by his lost hereI staging and njayiug to her us recanlherwho was so like her that her closest friends could soarouly distinguish them One tiny Ellndo heard a singer in a gondola singing so esqulslfcly that she trated the gondola to tthe deserted Is laud and there she learned later the fate of her sisters corpse anti the Iden lily of Mnrcollo Aided by a servant Elladc substitutiHl herself for her Star tcrs body and when Marcollo returned and called Leotioni to awakt he did not ask In vain for apiiqrently she rose alive from the coffin Marrcllo when be found out the delusion was quite satisfied and iimnknl Elittilu hut his happiness was shurt lived as he tiled a few years afterward Loudou Tale graph Damp Roam Test To ascertain whether ruom damp or niit place n welshed qtinntlty of fresh lIu1 Uf nil open vessel In the room and leave It there for twenty four hours carefully floslnjr the vlu dows and doors At the end of the twentyfour hours ri vqjsh the lime and if thif increase exceeds tier cent of the original weight it Is not safe to tire In the roome SlIver Fox Fur The Inck sliver fox fur is most val uable when there Isito slIver hi itj when it is a purl rlelv tllffk tliroitgh out A drc sci nUlfn of lifts sort aver ages 30 by 10 Indies und will easily bring 3500 A good silvery akin clear and pure color with bluisb underwool Is worm about 1tioo Cheap Carpot Qleaner What cpu I use to clone carpets tsUe l a correspoinierit who signed her bIt rather bashfully Young Bride Have you trlttl ypur young hits panfl replied iflie snswers editor ivho lost his position just n few hoUrs after the reply appeared Cleveland Jilln Dealer Getting It Right uIShe dropped nnulin Ue him ohT No She broke null dropped min Houston Post Just a Hint Mr StnylntirVJs tiwt clwU rlyht Ulas De PnikMwenrllv think It must neiid pUwtiltiK Iff hreii two nr dircc hours JHHI that Imit njrXtw YcrJ llturnatl ItrIltiit tn greal KJ str w PiuJiutt Breathe Well and Kesp Well lri bJiiftt i illIl iutui rkuSIIIITo lIve hIitIJUMI lUuVt1 iiwttv It il ablt tp Vonu iniii tiling senIs icli dny Are you wan lint urdiiiu ily you two only iitictHitli or your IJ g sjiniv uty voirtir flmi scsci of tilt hmilrniMrv innl nlrll tt4lHOLotHI rchaisma In the Authorized Version In the reill authorised version of Oil King James Ulbk urc a good aany archaisms which the prlntors tare since modernized such as ought aim n hundred pciiceH yer for ere biles for bolls tot for fetched gin for grin a trap moe for moro andoil to should be one word at Judges Ix rontl to brake his head where howevor the printers have resisted the temptation to substi tuto break In Psalm cxlv 3 Great Is the Lord and marvelous worthy to be praised there should be no com inn after marvelous which is an ad verb qualifying worthy This for rection has been made In recent pray er booksT ondou Saturday Review 7i dEMIMA AND BILLY II I By KATHRYN HOWARD IPoor lll1l117 sighed the B Bhe certainly does seem to runetiol IluckWhat is the matter now asked the Blonde giving half her attention to the Brunettes remark and half to the it question would wbetherI to eat oysters so early in the sea son She has lost her latest alliter atively replied the Brunette Billy has pneVhatWith the AuburnHaIr Yes it is a pity agreed the Bru nette and she had marked Billy for her own I dont understand it lialrlaughqdBut Billy did she announced thethondeThat Jemima had marked him frj her own replied the Girl With tl Auburn Hair That is the reason J flitted But he was devoted to Jerttaa objected the Brunette I jvoulfthave fancied him a willing victim At your agO too almost sneered the Girl With Qie Auburn Hair Dont you know that a man Is never a will- Ing victim he always likes to vict- imIze and if becant do that he Just wont play The trouble about poor Jemima was that she took it for granted that Billy was Willing not to marry her but that she would marry him for a girl of Jemimas temperament always mar rica somebodyand theres both a distinction and difference Npw she had decided that Billy was an jbligible party he is handsome and clever and agreeable and is In fact everything that is desirable In a husband He liked Jemima very much and if she had not let him see that she intended to select him from the world of men to love honor and obey her for tin haTebeenof playing solitaire But she assumed a proprietary manner gave Billy the impression that she depended upon him find didnt have another admicer in the world and took him to tr ak when he did not do Just what pleaded her y lIkestoiive and the lpry of wIshing nstead of being won appeals to hiva But poor Jemima dIdnt realize thntp and she made the siege that she inaugu rated for his heart and hand too ap parent have an idea that Billy woke up 1Iline morning with the realization Jemima had designs upon his life and liberty and that he Wouldnt give up that liberty for a million dollars If she hadnt1 shown him the game she was playingl he mjght have been clam oring for her to make him a prisoner but alas she was too candid and tho libertyloving Billy decided that to run away was the jonly safe hlng to do So he ran and he has been so busy 1hasin full possession of that liberty which had been seriously threatened Tho Blonde sighed asthe Girl With tbe Auburn Hair paused to give some attention to her chicken salad It is a pity that WOmen can never never bo candid and show their true feelings she remarked Isnt it agreed tim Brunette We ate blamed ter being decetful l yet it arojiQt always acting w4 never suc ceed Yes subterfuge becomes our second nature said the Girl With tho Auburn Hair but after all1t it pleases a man to think that be is the great arbiter of fate it doesnt really dQ lIb any harm In fact If to fulfill the mission laid down for us by one George Bernard thaw at being the pursuers Instead oJ the pursued requites a little art ant finesse we should enjoy it more After all we dont re spent ttve man who is captured by aD ious methods we call him gullible and simple and pass along to the dun cult man But this doesnt make it any easier for Jemima said the Blondeand she really foOls very sorry because she has lost Billy Bufsholl get over it cheeringly prophested the Brunette She will grieve for Billy a little Yrl lie and then she will realize that the e are other Billies In thQ world and perhaps this experience will teach her to bo moro subtle Let us hope so said t leGJrl With the Auburn Hair and sin prepared to pay the check and the Luach club ad journed 1 The Next Ste illam1IniniOously tOrested In this votesforwomen roposltlon said Mr Mcekton Of coUrsO you expect that Women will vote I havent a doubt of it What I aiD Interested m is sect g how Henu rietta will manage to take the vote away from the women whom she particularly disapproves Auto Beats the Ink What did you think t tho motor car race Pat t I didnt see itYou didnt see It Wl yl saw you at the track i Yis I was at the thrn k but I had to wink Just at the wroc g toime and whin I got thru the race wits over Judge goISeeking Know I wish there was s me way qf knowing all about tha ironunclatlon of the queer names we encounter in the news Here is a list showli g how every ono of them is pronoun Yes But what I wai t o know ia how you pronounce the ray that they are pronounced Nothing to Fuss bOUt Ive been a model hu band for six months ifc Thais a fine frecord And my poor wlfo fin Is RIfe so dull bcB about to die of enuL STOMACH TROUBLE FORR FFfrEA Majority i Tricnrls TlkHiik Mr HcHs Would Dtat 0e Helped HapVLtoJ Recovery StPomeroytonvices from this place Mr A J Hughes Jwrites as follows I vras down with stomach trouble for five 5 years and would have sick headache so bad at times that I thought surely r would die I tried different treatments but they did no seem to do me any good I got so bad I could not eatorsleep ind all my friends except sne thought I would die He advised me totry ifbedfords BlackDraugh juA t klutotku mdM 1 MM take hIs advice iMbouflh I JM Mthswi any coflfidce IIs It I have now beeatkBiaD for three mpns IM it ton as havent had those awM 1ict1i ss css since I began usiiif it v T iisin so thaakful slot what BMck Draught has done for jiThedfords BlackDnucM WM ffotmd a very valuable nj dkk fer dis rarigemeatsof the stocnacli aldjYtl K Is composed of pure 4f Mk WrW contains no daagtrom far IIiR 1M acts eatly yetsurfly ilfaw be tmfy usedi by young and old awl ihouq kt kept In every family clwct J GetapKkageteiir M I OIl Ji Helps With the LessonsI rty At night when the children gather around the sittingroom table studying their lessons fpcf the next day tlie telephone often rings AKttW Vneighbor a mile down the road grants help frbm 5 his schoolmates Children as well as grownuptt i telephoneDo rv ffTaluableitis I p E See the nearest Bell Telephone Manag 4write for our free booklet A ppsjal will dpi tFARMERS LINE DEPARTMENT X Cumberland Telephone Iand Telegraph Company INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 Children Cry for Fletchers paInand has been aiade nnde 1 per f 4SOlull supervision since Its JaMIIeY I no one to deceive yoml tkic I AU Counterfeits Imitations anti If ustnsgood are but Experiments that trIfle with and endaiic the beltbtCnfants and illdr Experience against Exper4 4 CASTORlAfCnstorlagorlc Drops and So thing Syrups It Is PJetwlurtiT If f r contains neither Opium JJIoriilxino aor ether XaBMilifr substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys W4vm and allays Fcvcrishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wiad Colic It relieves Teething Troubles roes CoBstijMtUii and Flatulency It assimilates the Food lePM tIM Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural akepu Tile Childrens Panacea Tue Mothers ieMe I GENUINE ALWAIttI t Bears the Signature ofry The KIIW Yu Dare Always Bo tt- In Use Ffcf 05vr 30 Yi t1 COPAfJ nUItRAY meET sic I i I DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt Dust and thIdtLynairZ tV t Combination PumauHr Swtiptr Release from broom A aqlisa ISS1SI ing and lifting furwtee aM ica of dust and terms that ye mu ky ihe it lh i mm andthe Aid iiKioned qipct iwiyif W fcf the use of the DualIty CM Mi PtSweeper rrbchttfc n i ssy if 111 by4creates powerful wctjon tatcc which Mt l and durt foJhtt in your rufi 1M ad time the rcrolnng bfu k ptdv up phi tavdinjV de- tlElIITln WftPIi JM k ass a M aquuyaIcyl I 0roe g gY1 l A tr f J-NewsLeader and LooiviIe limes 4SO J