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ESTABLISHED ANNOOOMINI iM3 tt t 1 t or t ri f J 1 ii w INO 15 r KENTUCKY JUNE I17 ii t J 0 11IAJ HEmUta LJuw II tH y WmMp Few May Pray Otrfy tIMiiW In Christ Jwa Thrfray r Arl as nenM f V W LwnlHi U Pray Whal W Pry FWatcklnl Fr Answer from Sk amrel which toey J U flH Tertt L S should note the different between warship and praise which aaybody may rende to the Lord and prayer ItcfUqu which are wly from Hcons crated I llkMtMte It fi one thlnir to show reoIIIpact for a rater but quite I1TWI white God has a aep interest In all MMkM Its not the same Interest I fjrtf MM VtMe Church Hebrews 1225 1 bi123y the thougbt that Mfhedy at any time may rush Into tlw prewfide of Almighty God with reIIllttMl L ad that God is unhappy eptedo nOt come Such views fod tealack of Bible Information The tb1eteAcbes that prayer la a great priTllege Jesus voiced tile iSi they must become His disciples f JJohn 4OJtltLftheW1024 Oth erwtse they cannot be begotten of the v Holy Spirit can not have the priv liege of prayer- Misinformation on this subject has worked dfsadvan tgsot1ytatany t t rote4 of onI The majority only occasionally fleemthe Lord In jwme trouble withQUt1 en tcrNr jat acdreatwith Hfin were tINDlsYtatsupervisIoiL If the difference be vtwe Church and world were distinct J 1y diBcerned many would waken to their Heed of God plI44TW Prophet David pictures the Ckrtotlam In distress coming to God in m appointed way Verses 121 oIewiIeretboaght that the prayers 01 Gods pfcpj arjie as sweet jperfume Her t trPItrtac b twr of pites peculiarly sweet and wWdy wa iiloweji to mate ir except Utbsa who offered It Thus ngnt- ntbeJetd sows that the privilege ofr l pmyer Js cioaflned to the entity pical pi U Ourprjijera auould bd In harmony wldew endeaor Thus the Church as praying the Lord tc sett a guard over their lips TheI thought is that they strive to speak only what Is helpful to otherjj andi honorlngto God I How appropriate that Gods people note gareXully to what eitent they t the Golden tIirsnIne his business relations that be may it pat dajntle vhlchl come through injustice or opn regslon but may re jolce In lifes commonest things procured In harmony with principles of righteousness Those In felfpwahlp with God will take no offense reproved by the righteous rather these reproofs will be like excellent oil such as a guestt received from his host In ancient t times True Christians have the heart qualities described as of the Holy Spirit gentieriess pa tle ce longsufferpg brotherlykind BOW iote Hence neither their beads nor their hearts are broken by coming from brethren who rebuke In a Christian manner Galatians 01 ConsecratedSla kyp4rbple the Prophet declares of tbe Church Our bones are scattered attbc outh ofSheol Xthe grave as w0n one cuttetb and cleaveth woo Priytr of one Not C0IsKcr5Cd Pniitr onr frulta meckncs upon the earth- like hips which the wOOd cutte- rconsiders not flictions Gods con s rated peopfe ma y now haver they have Gods promise of future glory honor Immortality He wi not leave them des olate They shall come forth from the tomb glorious la the First Resurrec tI i4esty jo reign with t1brIst thOBMQ4 searsRevelatlon 204 0 Satan Is represented as a fowler seeking the Lords people even as men boat speckled birds Qhlef amongst bte axeats according to the Bible are those fallen angels of whom ho Is gInceand ueongstteen be bos many workers ohlttlqultyhls servants Ap twrently many professed servants ofj God are 4ecelvlng themselves are real ly stng pervantft for his works they ckiasVid peopleal1direatn Jt t attifcetaC tiw Isrjjeliteji to escape while the EgryntkiHivrere overwhelmed Slmllar Ir M the approaching Time of Trou WIMaa aiiiM servants will be de l aMNL TbtCwch will escape but fte rirli will be eMnared In that I IWKi Tn of TruttUe nrecedlnjr Me 1 l ills KkirAHM FcItALEi JI al sbot- elii L rf Q 1i JDttfder fii I Ready fQr Mr 9 OWL LLWbII1YPsaa Fet Bate da1id and t S riD i field Oitf Til- orjjejRFjjjjjbjj t I iI 7 n jlJ Jmlf TIlE NEVVS=LEAU tRr tA JJhi It + t J J 1D1Ji j hfii llr 1i Jiti J je isyoLxxxi SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY 1915C m acceptnb1eI 1et al4eeuted gatheringBut rtbiocked- a I A MONEY SAVING PROPOSItIQ- NI I The Next 20 DaysBeginning June 12th 1EU t AM OFFERING ihe publicmy best services on all classes 1of Dental work at just HALF tJ the regular price prices never heard of before in Springfield II as arrintroduction and to acquaint equjpiI UJ paning prices will acquaint you of the ready saving am offer IIing you for the next twenty days June 12th a EVENTUAllY WIlY NOT NOV- All Work Guaranteed Senator James Says iWlson Is Strong In West Washington June 10 Senator Oliie M James the giant Ken tuckian wjio just back from the Hawiian Island and likewise the great wests much impress helhJfouqdway he sizes the situation up Ifthe election were held to orrow the President would carryCalifornia 150000 siid- heLeniuckian I never saw o much enthusiasm among the people Tbjey are loud in their praise of the Presidents toegnf clicy and are lauding him on all han s because he has kept the cotfntry out of war In the Presidedt will be myII elected by a large vote Business in iill lines isgetting tteraiidI never saw a iefer cropprospect than greeted us ino allthe westerh states sieeYtain ly could see no evidence of poor crops ajiy where I went and my ltCIIaway off in its estimates Se1t ator James was greasy im pressed with the beauty tff the Haw i n Islands Be was the first ot the congressional party o return from the Islands c Sold Fine Cattle v fP-r Charles R Harmon on vMonday shippfa to Mr J U McKibben of Auusttt4ayoung bull which he hail sold orlQO TbdbuUwaSSmOflthS- old and from his famous Aberdeen Angus h rdaMr WM Spalding sold for 8Mr Harmon to Mr Henry Knight of Louisvill18eadi of export cattle to be delivered June 2Othat8cents per pound This is a recorjd price here for beef cattle Tjast year Mrl Bar t1L10n set a high mark by selling a load of cattle at 8 14 cents but this year he raised his own record Marion Faleon What Jill Didat 7BrilTurnerwas a farmer heI llabored all hs life He didnt haveijio sohoo1Watid neither- did his wife But Bill was biuilt or business and made his wheels a gorouudr nd left a heavy for tune wheir + they put him under ground He was always taking chances bid a hundred fr a ball His neighbors called himi criizy but he left a stable r llof cows that broke the record injaU butter by the ton aiiditIiiad his picture printed in the Sqaeedunk Weekly J Sun He- J had newfangled notions ofmaH 1arrnipay Be even bough- a xool1ltlJnetQ help hmlcad his hay vThQ tteighbosair1Y norted wnen they savz tb- b1oomIniit4said Bill wou- lnever tha1git work It wasnt- s Isingle t I roo Cement FilIng 50 150 Almagean Filling 75 ioo Silver Filling 50 250 Porcelain Fillingl I 25- 2OOGOld Alloy 200 100 Cleaning 50 200 Tartar Remove 100 150 Nerve Hxtv 75 1 150 Treatment of Bleeding or Receedmg Gums for I W D1 D darn bou what they said for slicif as greese his hay went iin the barn an hour before a thund srorm came sailing out that way and caught his neighbors J jja a pinch and spoiled their new mown hay Bills put their milk in cans e In in a tauk Bill milk vtha machine andff irneit with a crank Smith 11 i Today Bills wife r esin ajr car and dresses up in silk Smiths wjfe rides ta wagon and kedpron skimmijng milk The Problem of Dependent Children t rI ik I w y t ta pitiableCttseof a child in tfbtherst6wntBat vwair badljh crippled 1t was unable to at tend publicschool The parents i oqld hot afford to send ici to any nsilp tion There had previous IS beemanpther case of a cripple ih the rame neighborhood andjt prbvision for sending this un t fortunatetoa school for ripples had been made out of public re 1 iiiet funds But the looai author it s would hot makE a second Bpproprltttion for such a pur J oe They said the voters would never stand for it To edi this boy to a certain school for cripple Children would coat i a tteekAtiheendof a few jvears the child would have been i taught to earn a living and in II probability would be self sup prttngrh medical treatmeyt at the institution would have im proved his condition Now the boy is growing up only a ebihj iu menarity and Will not ltle able to perform any sueful labor Almost unquestionably he will bei come a public charge TbR town that declined to pay 1 aI week for a few years may ha e support him for a life timeI and perhaps descendunts lecl IJhe case is typical oZ ripples feebleminded hlldrtmIand other unfortunates Ifound almost everywhere Not merely is the condition of such itle ODES most pa the ic Also i iithese children come to manbood and woman iu such condition if it can be helped The great ma jority of them cnnbe taught use full occupations Tfieir bodily in fir ID ill os often sharpen their wits and all they need is treat ment Bpd education at tho critical igrowing period Often the trouble is jith the parcntswho l t They perhaps sae sOme hatrI l trained practitioner who pre scribes some useless 4mment theeJ altrouble becomes p ermfit tfIXiwensborb Enqqirer Old papers for sale 750 Pressure Amsthesla Ittikes but a few mo mbnta and 1 extract one or thirty teeth Hun dredsofaatisfledpatientssay bit So sure are we that we permit you tobe the judge Jf it hurts dpnt pay 2500 also cheek plumpers Restore sunken lips and cheeks for SfALLARD S Springfield 11BillwithJai JA llars Crop Report For June Commissioner of Agriculture WjNewman has issued the following crop report for the moath of June The report of the various CJ1 respondents throughout the i State how that the April drofith continued into the etu y part of t May but the most of May ha been cold withan pxcessivelt rainfall Storms and cjo id urstsji haye been frequentv and 1 ices greatdamage hasoccurred TM u wheat crop shows a conaitiou ft fiwbri i however and uo unusual cjopc cm be exp dsed The oats crop shows condition of 83 percent This crop did not get a good start owing to dry weather but 11thei t liisli1 IconditinIof 97 per cent l oinfcriollli i quality of the tobacco plants l used acd the dry weather dam acing the ids have retardel diiJnjofprpvea II lions being given as follows Bluegrass 84 per cent orchard H PCr11cerltl Gal don conditions are gocdI slpwing r condition of 95 per t1 cehtf The condition of livestock is good showing as follows Horsep 03 per cent slleep92 per cent and hogs91 per cent iI The splendid pastures are suiting in an pxtra qualityof- SprInf lambs Fruits show a condrtiun as lol ows Apples 79 per cent peaches 74 per cent plums 84 per cent gripes 87 percent and blackberries 89 per cent Heavy rains and cudI damp weather have had a bad ultrrOIIthefcas tollows Iii outiItt wet 19 woric for the last half oft May Somp of the corn fa not yet planted Ampl tJme ie I pialna to plant cow peas and soy i tbeans and even corn planted ut at this time will probably maturp satiif cory Taken as a whotV conditions have improved during the mouth of May but om j localities have siifferd heavy loses from he downpour of rain that usually comes in April The streams has e overflowed in but few oases and crops inlie bottom lands are in good condition With seasonable weather Kentucky should produce Splendid crops as a whole during theyoar of 1915 rhE CUUH ttIL IiIt KENNEDYS L l SYRUP == wiry TAXES oUt 1IrELtp 9 4q t 800 Gold CrownIw n4QOI ooo Removable Croynno5bG toorcela1n1CrownLi 400 800 Open Fa e Crown 400 Inlays 500IO3Q 1000 Plate500Plate Samson Rubber 20 century teeth white lifeht iyellcrvv VAUGHN tci- vLcH Cottage Ch ese A whblesome apd nutritious arjticle of food that can be made- frotnsourj skimmed milk or but ter milk is ki1oaciieeso schmierlcasej softcottageII the The meibpdof lito gehtix head the sourtdj tJJftJienstn1fQerTb thenlrneaded vtcbtlie hands with a pestle to make itl granurI 1ir Salt is added and the flavorI may be improved by the or cream or butt r Jbowever its best to sell ther cheese without tlie cream anti to permit the t cwnsumar tw iidd cVwam Cara Way s fa d ritu u1ktrg ij added by SUlli Jtdrnn There is u ju e demand for cottage cheese in villages and towns and numerous dairymen are making considerable profit from its sale It is a source of rtvenueto sothecreameriei4ur ing spring and summer months Teat considerable of it is made in Kentucky iis proved by UHf large nflmber of exhibit that have been made at the State Fair during the past three years where the exhibits of it have exceeded the exhibits of butterI The writer recently yisitefl n dairy where cottagn cheese is regularly manufactured Fifteen pounds hud just been made from twenty gallons of skimtaed milk which at Ufteen cents a pi and netted the dairyman 225 forI the twenty gallons of skimnced milk or eleven cents a gallon Such milk when fed to calves pigs aid chickens iu worth only three or four cents a gallon Ttftit dairyman prepares the cottage cheese for market by printing it in brick shaped packages and wrapping each pound print in parchment paper The cheese is moulded in a printer that Is simlliar to a butter mould except that it is slightly larger so that each print weight one pactdI JJ HOOPEU fl Ky Experiment Staio Rats PIayHayoc- A pispntch from Marion Ky says When Wm T Terry a jusce af the pOllee for Oritten- den county who resides about 5 miles north of Marion arote yesterday morning he found that a large uurabsrbf hit spring chickens had disappeared dur ing the nifht Be telephoned t Marion to thd jailer asking him to takd his blocdhounds to the premises where the chickens were missing and endiayor tp track the thief thd Jailer reached the home bf Mr Terry he had the dcga circle ithe prenxises a few tithes but Jailed to pickup a trql Then a futher search vas LnstitUted and only a short distance away under some old lumber andt rubbish were found 150 chickens in a pile where they had been carried and kil lei by the rats 12 SO 1 Dji r1 neIghborsI Bronchos Are Goin h Tjie European war pronises to mark the fInal passing j f the wild horse of the rang fti e att rnceo the buciun brqnJ laPP long associated witl the noI1nownoI1 lized tnothe the bronco rom ises lu disappear Thousands of horses have bear trken frujn Colorado Wyoming and other w 5terbstlt s Not only baVe tfie British and French buyers s invaded that section but epre t entalives of Italian goveri merit liayu camped the country for wtied several hundred horil ej LdI so great was his baste ID get them to his country tiiat thOy- 1r9S4sqTtt by express jron piij Wr to the east insteedrrc f vtfreight Tbetetbey wer hur s ned aboard a IIIT I iCoirimissionersjSal i bft lJennie Hunter epIrs itySidBy virtureof Judgment lnd erofnsale of tthe Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 913 in the above styled cause I shall iroceed a to Itcr for sale at the Cour House doorin Springfield Ky on MO DAY JUNE 28 Un Iiat 130 oclock p ro or thereabout being county coirtday upon a credit of 6 12 and 18 i ohths the following ptopertj towit A certain tract of land sit ated In Washington County Ky kn wn as a Joe Casey farm adjoining the nOds Oft C R Cheatman Lloyd Mattir gly and NeWell Hardin supposed to co tam 73 more1ort or purchasers with approved iccurity j or sureties must execute bond earing j legal Interest from date of BOO until paid and having the force an efFectt of a judgment Bidders will be pro pared to comply promptly wit these terms jC F BOSLE M Cs f C CI StVayedrOn t my place abpnt tlne6 weeks ago ajpale red steer about 2jears old vrilj weigh aboul 1000 pounds Own jr clinI have same by proving pi bperly payiug for is advert sinn And feed bill Howard Mud I t To Mammoth tave JUNE 29 191J Round trip railroad are 875 Board at Cave Hbtel it eluding the several routes in thi Cave S5501 Making total cost for two days trip 5925J going on regular morning trains Limit 01 ticket 10 day Write or phone L AKenJ r I make ita business tc remold spots ancl wrinkles out c f Ladies and Gents Garments Spring field City Tailor Pho e 0 R 11W Baumbauek Erop oflreaderonvtnc d of these money savtay prfces and myf ii1fodOIrsti lass work in a modern saltitarx manner Money saved is moftey made It will cost you noth if tq have your teeth exa1ii1ed and my professional advice jive ret garding the best way la have your work done Absent Minded People ThLexmgtohSunday Lend er says IQ LexiVgton citizens were eDt rtinin each thec vesper day ibv telliffi HHnjes of7absehi mind d pcipif Ioer have knoTOrt Oneof Uie 6rf tellers sVidi that npighborhis was sqabsenji minded hat en one1 occasion when h wi ntrn a tisitiUi fi- swfet1toutC eht ves fn4the nOtfieriflirt i r ifte tatiarid taried tf reiurii liome tie- cdwwunid ac Hi wiftrtovthei depjot but after reaching there forgot hewas tthihimv p1JrCb ed- t i iceet for himseU and was aboai to board tbeuiriru wjtboot hi bfttter half 77 hen she discrovjer jl thefoverslghtuad SaveA Herself from considerable embarrass ment f shaw said the othe that is not as bad as a friend olr rninetybQ went to the poatoffic 9 inquire for his mail and wak abe iE1ded thfctr fwher h stoodbefora the window to cajll for his mail he bad Jprgotteji his own fla lIe and not withstand ing his desperate efforts to col lect his tbouglits arid Jdeli1iif1 himself had to leave the post office in ehargin abd disgust Returning to his place of bui ess where be hoped tqesUbisJi his identity as hews KPafc lung the itt ee he meta frjen WOo saluted bum in a famiUtfr way calling him by this Wme ihis brought him back to bts senses and exclaimuag EuiekAl Now that I have discovered my self Ill go back to theyostofilCe- rd get my mail Both gentle who narrated tbtse stories will vouch for their authenticity A coupib of emideut j dg1 bave Jtvfd herein the pastjone of win m started out from his home one friorning leading hisr horse whdn the anImal lippfed the bridre and went back home while the jjudge walked on into town dragging the bridle behind hina Another while judge at his home district was met fyit ue the edge ot t1e tqwu rn wLIuh he lived early one mmiing by a neighbor who asked mm why be was wolkingSo fatt and4re plied ho was goinir oyeriOLh ext town which was twentyfive niles awayto hold court The 4idlgbbpr asked If Ft were not 1 jest Logo tack jget his horse Aid ride wbenthe clgeHdmit ied that be hud forgotten alll about the horse Alter coaiipg feb this city torresidehe was 1lr red to a handOrg3hceremony being pe formed iim chuTcn arid wbbtbe twaiwreii- aaaoiie 116 h thefriepdi ofHW brde rushed up to congratulfcfce her the judge forgot whtJ wki going on walked pOt o1Lhie cljurch tindtook a seit l n cr rii lie1 leaving the tiiide laH big ut tlealtar When tha fciarttdxn tlje bridal trip fr1d would come up to c ngcaWlil nhn and be introduced to bit bride andhe nnrably or hat marrying film AM Must be PaM Jiy JJIy1 J 1 bt to1 Jdfe MELROYLj irf i t 40i j fI 2 ffbchs IJ 1ftgWOlIdc r uIm 1fIl i iwha t t I fIlk hc wtiiWt ft i jgret beat Cp tt erbMJJ IiIIj n rtfor coming batyt Ii a 1 cuttQcfa bas dotpebof winberunJune l ibt F ao rapoW jag boafdJp irthi p fnlpmi we W bet crop t 000 000 which would exlaat y ara infpoi IJit1 crop 2 aLWith cuti goi gowI Coiditlsithi sep jwcte a biillbfl bimbil rOfbilk is from wimirwI i1IIIaMfsll si bs iIires vezdwn Th ir it1tt It is t r 800O1b lL wjt iIbt 4274QQQQQQliThat amount wwUi ibf 86000000 iJ bushebi J1 ael1iI j tf A jQI21Mk Mt i t ev rttb Ia 1 sj G before T1riiS 1 WiA1I4 GW4Z OOaCf cotw srewIiSse1 ojO law ar rta 2 iitot cetttr of auWaiW with 937 last yr and tiJ1L1Oyear in aftnl 1adctbt yield 16Q buhelmper acre cow pared wititt1ff Mil t ithe 100913 iiv rt o4il P1QfSQ bhe1se ir tjYfQt IiOOOlMtraH de9ip jieiiOO 18hoJK Jj H a d t J 3yI a Wo4M ht Yf igeonir MttoT bf n v eat 1kami aVlKM l4HM coarss Ip1IM t1+ pAIIoM JflM 1 mi iIa 11ofnuiaesijiiri tti In w kJ 4L 3 iIi1molLrM i f 0 a isak iOtiefcrn novssis emcrgera ftb rRt tany great 1Htr Ij Baucimg Uassss toonicely qiiiti r ii ji 5l tweJ tl1 Lthe actielia trM041t IGlkg iIe st i stroke to yir a jfciliir i tI 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ieifsl laagvag of on SMSMM man to aaotfar Qua iiPS H Mtre tbo tbt we ware l R rrayL x edi at the f JEalsjsjr allOliwbat we havt fMrsi i a tp hots otar nc4e is i MM r MiTd imOsrmaay the pa arisnat ajMstbo forcear tejitpijr QwreoiitwitKMs and is hLA to giy tbtmtbe pr per msiilsca on TU covrtaou r MM W lie notewi111 beget a like Murtsajr t4ttMfnsiiB sof Iit via aAssaDi tiMrespcct of th- r 0iisi ii GoTsrmneat and it iis r K le that WAT will be i rat et4 itl a Ira hind than b9 jt JlrF Jk1Mtii1ly dallying fiaNpM W0o rawkn0 y a lrtia4 iwia Aoiaga Jrrcopcc btrr rt party aftKiOiov wete 996 6 6 DS I JOHN I NEWM4RNomina6oa CasAtillt For For Governor y1F aidrat1 Voters of Washington Co4sity at Cowrt House mSprinificld Q SSatnrday toe 19 19151 5rAT 130 OCLOCK PM M joioe to say the American peoplo areIndIJlf by Wilson The RePrblkan coavemtlon which meet in Ltxiafton declared ia favor of the Oonnty Unit as against Staid Wide ProhibttioB and also declared i faTorofWo Min suffrage and in dWd i abe Bull Moose bat been hernia in it itf look lUre bwal time for the G O P W do something to try to swell rtaraiks Tittkr t 5SrteDear frieada of the News J air aatt has bdn some time since I Slut ia a letter Jrbita this place will try and send in feline w 1 10 let you know this little village ifa still able to play oro qaet and base tall We haVe a grand old Bnuda School at this place Come ererjbody and llets make it oa oftbbtlt Sunday Schools m the history of our church Miss Nannie Keeling who has beta irjth millinery bminesa i PRUiamba returned home Mr slid MrRr Bailey of Pinkston Mt Zion were the iOQ t 01 tbeir dntiphter Mrs Ivan Keel hag Saturday night MCbarlie and Huber- RoYslt1 and Vise Worlie R yal ty visitect near Salvjsa Saturday n6uda Mesdames George Sblr1dr andI Anna Thompson spent list Fri day xll iMr andMrs As Royaty i Ih jReea 01 Whliafifir c lled on his lHt girl at this rl l y I Mr Sills Barkbead aifd fami 1ly Vent to High Bridge Sunday Mr Haulj Thompson and family visited at the home of Satnrdanight Willisburg Sunday yie are hiving plenty of ram and it Ji certainly welcome e loan and gardens are llooking one the tobacco crop is rather short owing edo scarcity of plants wheat ia fine antilalo ready to cut Mr Levi Satlerl lost a val able milk cow last Sunday villl1tedI andd Robert GoodJett are on the sick list with chills certaiolry fine this time Ur cud Mrs Jas Durr have picked 84 gallons yeteto MpictsI make ita business to remove spots and wrinkles out of Ladies azed Gents Garments Spring SAId City Tailor Phone 6R PropLJ r nt latyjU A Di1 g Co J f I I MACKVIL I HEAQUARTERs ri j tOR 4 KY PURE p1 I kfir tetstei d man in charge Your setitiooa ia4 axacdy as your physician A a p I prrain of toilet I IN1and brstudao paints ptugrins gi llnseed oil directsIIJ ejGlNuLsa all ytuffr UHthe very best paint tI J Jm I Qllne f air bs M all boerp from II1 s be q lankLty f iNIn f6 we hart everything 4IN feDrug Store sad can + ev tra1PiIi Do totr in Ceatrsl11C1 the M bUht t lauds sniatir aid WiUr equipMd I JIIWJtIIIIbI brato-i tr9tbl r i 1 f i M c vPP H k GLEANINGS FROM FEED LOw rOat Are Much ratter for Hone tm MMt Itt tf Flesh Formln Ele mtuto Study Economy trep feedtncMaDe tgie coatns 1n8portseMterm tie greater proportion of fa itnsimg tltaemts sad this Is why tats are mawk better food for tile 1lrrae Til yreMm wkettor to Ton U de fer teed or mot Aa ajnile the nearer a oat cart keep eat of debt the better iHit X sever will pay to rat teconi aft tut poor CUt you economize Mwewkere elM so that buying t Win att really pick Tout Try it ft141 ecos7 tot dont let it to wtor Me0Ja7 1s extravagance Oaa tt ovf neighbors thought it bout lack Wheriaa 6t his best co tier rJs the spring of the year i after her calf was bora but it Wean kart lack at all it was just careless xeM waterlog and feeding Feed light for the Brit few days1amd Etp sillyU beXN tke stock In put ot the ra eftvt fife best feed you can glue yo cattle tight la two in the middle You cant afford that Costs too much Tke totter food you feed the more ear etulpn should be of the manure tThnie afore profit in growing an amlsttl ttom fattening one already growm v Ittqj 4gMt properly U stock is to to kept growing it aeeetaary that they be fed well hut tchoed feeding mas much to do wltk early ia tarityAbat the foundations for it lie the breed Start right and all the rest la easy including the so Ja pfefltFee bosom a regalaar tint if they fail to resolve their loot at tot time they become retfr Jtta ami vmtasy PUBLIC WRATH IYICTIMOF OhMmts riYtn 8 ht Hn In Plain Courtesy and In Patriotism At times of overwhelming trgeq whoa on every hand are to be found 4elfpacrlflcef sad awto tloaa are stirred by great calamity tfe fervor of public isentlment eometim greet rise to incongruouBly comic situations Such an incident occur In Paris during the French mobtl- tton l IOn August 3 a captain who was car rrfSg his equipment stopped a horse Mb prowled street and eeked aate9trailway terminus The pab stopped Julnhu moor stared sullenly at the captain- and shook his head hut it I urgent cried the captain I am late I must get there Immediately gain the driver shook his head A groap pf bystanders witnessed the eabtaaa refusall They spokp to ojjt another IB an undertone Qdde Ply they ushsd forward picked UP thp captain bodily thrust him equipment and all Into the caband slammed the roar gome one pulled thE driver from his seat A man from the graw Inleaped up and caught the reins almost no time the captain was rat fling away to the Eastern railway terminus Aa he looked back be saw the crowd cheerfully rolling the nrly utaan In the tJree Youths Oo ffi paatoa ot IEEK COST TREASURE The old lore of pieces of eight and bright doubloons is again calling iO those for whom lost and pirate tcaB pre still sound an irresistible call the departure from San FancibyO recently of the osier scow schoolist Robert Henry on a mysterious expe dition to the lower coast of Cali fbrnift another effort iis on foot wrest from the abandoned hulks of the sea and the supposed treasure filled beaches Of distant shores boej sod loot untold Seekingsalvage jn ill parts of the world is the work the Araericav Peep ge xplornfion II company owners Qr e Ypsse Jusf l what is the object of the ttra Iquest the outfitters arc not preparM to Bay butit is Unde tlooJ that time old wrecKs that litter the shores of jlfagdalena bay which was the fa tret of many dark craft of former deciutes are the attraction fMItr Kty in 4Mlu key on a rips prdlnarily pmJciularob1nthe ring It will coma out right aide up and ready for use A chain saves the aaaoylng experience of reaching ho 4nly to discover the keys have b left at the office but for those who doI mot like to carry a chain an extra ig My to ttackedto the important key fis place ot the chain It Is theneall enough to find the ring among they gIskf4 JWT ito poalUos fipr 1ft J WORK IN SCIENTIFIC MANN iIt Authorities of Paris Rake Their Owi- Ftowsrs and T eerfod reaGiltyI t ng the City The raising planting and upkeep the trttt which so beautify tke t and boulevards of Paris are under direction of the prefecture bf the d ttrtsaent of the Seine in which Pai ife situated A special administrative t iesartmaot of the prefecture know as the Direction administrative des services ltectureet des promo trades et plantations is In exclusive 5 charge of this undertaking which lit a city like Paris assumes very larg proportions For instance on Jan u 1 1912 the total number of trees oa the streets boulevards and squares iot Paris was 866S6 the total number ot saen employed throughout the year Irplanting transplanting watering 5 removing dead trees was 120 and total cost of maintaining these 1was estimated at 500000f 96500I 1ff On an average 1100 to 1200 nof j trees are planted every year to replace those which have died been ov e by carts automobiles etc have been removed for other rsoDBjThe city of Parts has large and varied plantations just outside the fort fications where flowers exotic shrubs and trees are raised One hundredsthirteen hothouses for plants 8shrubs and flowers dre heated from l one central heating plant distributing hot water through a nine and one mile system of pipes Tle object this central beating organization not as the head gardener expo tith a view to economy In fact a a system irvfar mOre costly than separate Installations for each group arrangedbavoid Ute existence of a series of lightly chimneys which would d the artistic effect of the grounds which are more or lest a publlt rettrtt eiand show place FORESAW WARFARE IN AIR Horace Walpole Recognized the Valut WasnottInIts Infancy j A remarkable prediction of the p dafplayWalpole described by Lord bfa H 115wthf English language In a letter wrlttei Cosurt1e cjUpperf Not only did Walpole forecast sse of airships in war but hV a suggested the century in which such warfare would be waged He wro t Balloons ISR subject I did not tend tp tap If they can be Impfov cnagI istWO after I shall bev laid low A cen fury In my acceptation means a hun dred years hence After nej eases to be all duration la of same length and everything that o guesses will happen after qnstlf t no morels equally s Vstlon Walpole eyes on to peals of t1 airy TehiolesM with which the atmpa jphere may be peopled hereafter says he does not care tp discuss the question i How much more expeditiously thfe East West or South will liaavag and butchered than they ave been thp oldfashioned clumsy ntetQ navigation attthe paid aer1atQ nfx otes 41 observe that no provements of science or knoWled jZj t01ft4tI1783 muJvnasmnslltit working electric mo orinthe w rJd was exhibited recently at the UnWcb sity of North Dakota hy L T Nom Nrnl n graffADdwidth 0336 inch diameter of a ture 0071 inch diameter of jMm mutator 00106 inch The nrmatiireb7 weighs four grains A 25volt bafc toy supplies the energy t EARN ED TITLEN i That gentleman in the sheet introduced himself to me as a ccien tic man He looks lest Ue a ec Mist than swindler1 He is a swindler but ios never been caught PhilAddpnia Eve nine Ledger FATHER WAS ONE XC PI Characteristic Story pf MPH Up English MilltantiMrt Bland Was Easy pn Exirythlnfl hid PetblcKt Lfiwr qce the poted Engjlsh suffragette said the pther day to a New York reporter thatnwe are YlenB tartars nianhttterfl But as a matter of tact Vfo have Ilq pur ranks Bpmeof top most elegant and fascinating women In l ondon so clety ilketoBlanc who said her daughter one day Lam certainly easy on shoes Ifokthls pair of elastic afdea Ive worn them three years and the still ns gopdns new Im asY9 ofclothea fan Theres my tweed lust IIas fresh as the day I bought Jt s even peaty aa9And hats gloves St odke erntblpg Except father eh4 paid daughter Vltbout looking UP rher booftSt Lwils aiobeDeroo crat WHY THEY FOUGHT The ian from the bituminous teal region had just walloped the ground with the man who had i tempted to take liberties with fallensea tad vanquished assailant hp said ICiJtis well for jou to enders tend tho phrasing bf things For instance pn jon mushiit ever confOBO a wpfo ovW miner with a soil cool iaiaV POSTED A WOODEN SENTRY Harmless Deceit That rrouphtPeaH and Health to Sensitive tunatRoyal Lady unfI drlTatagedthettajt fled tp 11di80t the throng cpnralderaUonBoaaparte left her property and Income virtually intact But he herI order that the sentry who always had toad before the door of the princess PaHeftrfpointIntotaigacould properly be accorded to a rasa respecttreetfamilytoe J rqO than many more serious losses had done hot the first time she felt her salt an outcast AO exile in her owa herrFinally the loyal servants who had stayed with their mistress decided to resort to a subterfuge in order to re store the old ladys spirits Accord ingly they fashioned a great wooden apteaed the gaps uniform of the Neapolitan ahallprincesJt milIanearsighteduprincess and on the fact that she always passed through the- o ruslecarDegladecamto the princess fact decoytFromthattime the princess revived The aentr3ever left his post and the princess never discovered the rust by which her loyal servants had rt stored her spirits and her health But occasionally the did complain that urn der the new regime soldiers did not tJartflute Kamerad EARLY SALES OF THE WEED Veteran Explains the Ceremonies That Used t6 Accompany Hhe Tobacco Break heaoard of a tobacco bakP bserved HC Hunter s veferan tobacco man of Lynchburg tobaccoeranspbrted hogsheads had shafts rindd by the help of horse or mule each bOg bead rolled iitself to market J Tho onlj Virginia markets fort RichmondOft Each1tiHogshead was listed for the break feor sampling lor certain days in the week by private owrers marks On Itthe morning of the talc the hoops ca eachhpghead were loosened axfd one head taken ouir Then came the wieldedbyprifi an Bq etigAn iron break stake like a crowbar was run into the jpning aid sample bnudica of neverderhogehead and the samples draws ircra taken as a fair indication ofthe toritetits fsave sampled many a hogshead dawnrhohead the sample being placed on top hv lull dew Wpshingto Pent r 4r4 UTfht endifchoa TQ Improve the acoustic properties of a large hall at the University of Dlt hoC an e1l4CtdC are light as Ned to assist the investigators locatiof distprbancerproperties of teroom were wretched ft ape start Wl a serieof periincnta within tk audtorI tEa Itself following careful troublebaebeeal Echoes were located by means an alternating current aril light elf thtsuitUl TRTlo s parts paths of the traced and verified9lUi8toOmThj A completet thus mode of the andcaavMaI stop the reverberations JBm ONeeriec Record I ofMeter f fWitui tiN e4 In aU the ioAnltQ pjpdu Upn bf the f lahoiatory pf QU mainly ugly earth Jnothlng Is pore beautlfM l nothing more crAved nod yet sally notWnf UonIWseleisfromithQ vjewnolnt of practi gal and plalo commqn eepae than whet wg galled precious atones the diamond helpg ehlefest of them tail In what one Pf the earth BQOIogiC age they were made and by what prooesj remains mystery which baa not been Afiefathomed by iqleptliti who have do ber ated much time to ataolu CIIMolssan of Paris and Crooks of PlandParticles tsnMand its aupjection to Immense preIaura Dope Brlna Load of Food lutlPwitfromtill neither Jour tsar meal Hundleys horses Were not shod the sleet and ice were too rough for the animals the w- lfamilys strongbox was eat ty and the farmer resided six miles from town ttBut John met the emergency He constructeda llarge sled hitched mint fpx hounds to it loaded on five bush= eje of Btpgfe petty and hit the trail Set ii boonrf 1iN fiotnaa1I4tJ1JCftflouri i Tear Dispatch tp KaoxriUt Jtwm1 r aititI tN i J jJ S t SAFE INVESTMENT t IPAYING 71r tFREE FROM STATE COUNTY AND CITY q Ei t KENTUCKYCi j j X V CWWUTIK rKFfftKI STICt t 5i ftfJ t ff JV Pw WH if Shtm 11Mj t r ire i PREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS I tJ f jJ IXvidead Dates first Monde its March J1De SeP tcntberati dJ eceinber oJIf W tRedeemable as a whole onn part at any tune at the option of q 11 the Company at 125 and accrued dividend rhr CAPITALIZATION I6ttJAuthorlf d Ontateiitttat7amulatve PreEerrel fitok1f300000 S15oOcq PttOemfeon Stock 2BOOOOO 1 t3T000 t 1r l1 j k andthisi 1k f tJl This stock is a legal Investment for trust funds in the State ittof jentucky i q ftThe company haS no bonded or mortgage indebtedness v tifr ittv 3 This business was established in 1877iby fC Mengel aidti r 17 C R Meiigel and incorporated m 1903 as CC Menrstft Bro Goar4under the laws of t a State of Kentucky an h t ti1oUsl YA1 Jtsuccessful durbg the whole period of 38 years P Ajf d The lm mess of the Company isthemaiiufactureof Dfaho Jiy f k Lumber ant Veneers and it is the largest importer of M ho i thYr ing 18t t H2 24 1913 14 1914 16 t F PreferredStockArchibald B Young Esq of Louisvilleqit r f 4 v PRICE 100 PER SHARE JJr Ift Accrued Dindcnds to bcAdk I fl Jtfty JAUESCWILLSONbltri fit r1 fJLOUISVILLE TNUT Cpo ALMSTEDTB1 Sl r IoZtt JQHIfW at D SGREENr WAKEFJELt CO- i iit ti v LOUISVILLE KY y Sf vfjSpecial rt fl forted Stock may be obtained and payment for the stbckmaybem3tjyvj attlie 1 rV h fa tJ drtyw tia I IFIRST NATIONt 11 L BANK i r t L i i l rto r j 0 t c t Yj I FflRMERS OF VSH1NGTUN9GQUNTY vWxGreehap j o The undersigned fire and j cIoDl insurance cJ oeirreachnds9hCltSYOQrln8uan We come t8 you with some history behind ns and reputation in hatdi to wfiicfcws j ma CThis ltyti se eighteen Tearspas liedwholly iin the counties of Payettet Franklin Woodford Shelby Bpyle Mercer Aifcdtrsoi r JEsit mine Qarrard and Lincolo in which territory we have upwards of 85QO OOO Utr aaoIa ton carried by wideawake substantial busiBfj farmers and bankers lawyers asd eibW elasfe of men owning rm orolifSOto to 20000 and have continuously done so for from ten to eightesn years I Ka rter a 4 a4 h IJJIl of such will be furnI8b HisanlrxThism doing basine f kelttack w that in some fashion every penny paid tutu It goes right back into cir til tioll agile bJ the iinsadiusectionltWa8 itovercounthtsItpro every r agaipltt15J ih i sad fail los or damage and adjustments are made by its Directors composed of atalr Uaaeb bL I ness farmers most of whom have been with it irons its inception who atr iaage ka atleairitrrtdwho among themselves carry approximately 160000 insurance nit y Thwe and others r hithat sofa kale they ha l fdvcated this clafcjof coo ersitlpdinsurance among farmers were iastrnnieaialiaittt tptabflshaiilV and from long experience with it have demonstrated a great saving of sraee to t to UitD selves in practicing their prcocbment I This company has consistently from its beginning wIthout deviations XiViitg V years iaNrance for a orpramium i 0provenUntil itUotpublioetliaxbataiMitf r e thing ten counties 1n WhTe r y ftii iiwhy not twenty or 120 Fayette ojunty says itls a good thing so does Fran k iErtyd ttwedMrai u Tii ij oliorecentlyitpatronizinRt y I We come tojou with clean hands and ilatrecord and a history tbat can stand unabashed bef tbestr rittawBseourrepresentative Very respectfully t f Kcriloicky Growers Ins urAFKC GxH MiytJrr iL t JAS1 HlNJrHfi r heM threat dtae- kvwt thetwaal HHte OUr + lpotaa will participate te adtyirM home prfta eeatett to ke MBtIHteC- thls sBciac sad aMtnmer by tke dum of comMetM ani Youc Yetis association Lut years eea test i whisk 8500 children raised rdw stuff ralwd at 1lOtiO win 3oultletl in SM tkis year and the srd of eiocatte wiHlksr M ezf rt to direct tkewwk of the tev tanser r JMtea V ere lirenrrtrat fall ii the aittrae s Utyear tkere will W a tcrtta of sfdac fain w ka seek of the H city Mkod ttetrlcts the week alta eeil- ues te Jwt std the wfmwwni at AMT will told their exhibits ti s ecetral vines the next day tar it1N flail etmtesi Im the fall the papist M wUh to ester in the pew tsrstato fair for prizes ofere4 ea sw e freiaeti will take tkett tsMMta UJlTjdwlly to the fife Ce pi titiw the spring fain Will to peeta- esq Is all scaeeU frem the Iwwtk eighth gra4e Pi Ps 1rIte eV erNMMtls UMealttla fakerL t Scri aftf Artfr te l ay yea KT8vetHI Hff Mart eat1 the ream wto triM taI7eittr ev+a wto s aryrlM4 Tes rg11N Kt CtMaee 1 Late ivot4- ayielir t a kflMT to lMen rlckI Mouck t awn a gallery rf H aeCsM torfrWakte ttM fUc J r t TLct RemNo Amount pfmjsrepceitata oti lby the peddlers of alumI bakitsgcsde no jag- glin6 with chemioils or pcet wded r1 or cookedup certificates or fai iSooHi bf tny kiad can change the fact tM- ftoya 1 Baking PoWder AM We lowad by Ike off elal xaptl ltous to be eI ie eltleleReZlegit r jivrity oat WI I prforIakS t WholLeHt r Hewb faubpii- Stteeuttor aiiiy kind of Stationery ghre w a cIt We guarantee satisfaction 4LrffTtflj8WNAGUT 70- 11ciIyrsNEt C j CEsAQIMKY Wiaday PA7cxM- RAil r = i r LD XT a JIJ iiiii PWkIu ul krgeN- tto21Lm i I c8o g r oJDrgtorL K IF TlttS- rlDENTIST 01k over gyto k Barb t t1- d 1INrk reuoHDleprle- eI 1 j EAI41LON- fIdJQID IItemt CrIUtet Phone 0 r irI 8iA JI + diI tQ teZOQ P K DLMWJ1YAUi o 0 ievcw Bprmgleld StatE liairtr Pace kovrs 1010 a m 14tO5Pi W FP GRIGBY i ATTONEYAT LAW r hofat lk uuIFILp1KY iMaALTOWqMEN ebMvdoftl ekttiilng and oC aU MtiMfOcs Is 7A Athqtk hwl1 to c3uITJMscMaddAa a iapilriMl ptic for douches i jkrMttac Mtarrfa laftaauaatkm or jriiiwmcissi at nose tkroat and that aMJsMsrsy JsaMalHajkMas eoua JNr 7 an u Lydia E JPlnkhans 1iIda OOrMoI Paxti- nespoea with s nrWeh pcwrfc its superiorIty w aTf been cared Say a k i4k KpiwMckt I gold AtI Isrgborbyma1t i c Ma- I SUtOerry Plants IDiIAIDSHADE TKEES ad our tint ofletinj of the re 4 fiabJe iitiwi Potato J iff Catalof Ho Agents lip Ittkiiejcr tSons i41 tiX1toLZy 915 i r t 1M xpanitIe- tMt1 i eyi4ece labeltasmade Iij srayh following Btbry so rfce eti1t waa brought beforqJhq htoMurter by one of the lesser sIrL- 41ttI to JI1esara the school iaM r JuMlug his cane behind his kMkiM4 loeklai down grimly upon to trtetl c figure before hhJ1lt ist aMtiiat tbli little rascal boai S t teUlk HIt of lying T tow air you are right replied tW Mtoriter apologetically as he took SIpo the urchins collar ntat Ihta wkat can you expect You p brr all the boys played soldier ifctrtiM Christinas holidays and MttotNtltr tk y always maO the youny Wtjsktb part qt tba perfidious Eng ikat Tti boy la the youngest1 HIyCani A lawwlt la New Yorkorer a 30 IN bsu t to a London ats house Mil ksOt oat testimony that two aUwfir spa ken of London one ana Usri s a i the other on a tricycle wttk a feMket searched parks aMiys ot the EHgllsh capital and niXUU 47tHO stray cats In 15 years as 71jta were captured that it waoanniarT o hire a house where DMT w tkerfeclto sleekness and 4PItItIt to death wIth chI or- of T0r kared and seventynine a ajteiM n a oodmanYbut UiaiiK te A iJc cfty inn perhaps the Miry asy IM tree it Wttik ef uron TW JYese talljtary authorities 1 liT scMed tsi Bend Lathe Russian- 1rIer at Bpri 4ux all the wounded j iSJiriM free pseudarthrolsis or loss III bMe Ia that hospital they will b- Atita1t1i the Method of Doctor Voron 5 wii s EM discovered procedure by Uliiih tM ben a of other men or jnon s be tnuasferred ta the pa ti TM list operaon that of 1llattIIC S eJ1kcY1 bone to the taLWtaaitd French soldier has sii Mt with eomplete sue QCisiInj DaiF A f agthat jske which was played a MUtw erMbCed lots of fun and S notiliedtkehOuewIveithatonaceuc taM tJM tnieone compan- yjtOb1owtkedustoutoftha = I tnm tM wires They were tt eMfct GftrUlevbone lo p ts dust TtttolBg wall paper rpMtRs Some of the iwi k pt eteMir tied for an twa a4 otht were under i l r Jaa1f6ay fatleaat I tbsy sa4 by JIiK1nqurles rJi tM ta Jo4w was oa them M psit tH ibker hat to fa 1 tw to SC1o s1so idlciMtkin ol wom- enWssLCtartnnatt CJomer f III TowN v r SI LecI HapfMiiliilsI T Inttrtc IThe Frtand Latest I AlUftMut Yourself FrUids I sAt t Acquaintances 0 ioII r j I L A B9 p in gfdli g for sate a llflfpoiieVs cow lor SiU veral niq e Scotch Cdllio piups j crL GruriflyH Rl Rev jpj R QrowSi pastor of the Methodist dfrarcb requests ixX eaCi1D rtw be pre ent at the morning service TJuiori servceat night afr the Baptist church For Salami yearling filly 12- t year oldhorW 1 8ear old mar guaranteed 16 wovk anywhere ahd not aid automobiles 1 2hptse wagon good condition Albert Mtidd Snringfield r Raspberry Jand Ice Cream Supperfor tt Domoni s church will begiven Saturday Jane 19 at McGlure and Mays old stand afternoon and evening afternoon for children Toai Ornme colored was tried on examination befbrd Judge YancMobday on an unlawful over1tot Jury on a bond of 800 which he gave 200 pairs of Mens and Joy discontinued Jme of Shsan Oxfords all sizeil either blackI or tan Values up lo 300 special for three day I 100 a pair Eo H Campbell Bro Quite a number from here at tended bEf Commencement exer cises atJSc Mars College last Monday The drama More Sinned Against Than Sinnipg f was staged by the students and his1partquite large npmbr who ceiveo 3o me1 iai Diplomas and four who were givehfth degree of Bachelor of Arts Walter Jlungate was tried be fore a jjury in Judge Yankeys court Tuesday qn a charge of1 selling liquor to oteVVftl Leach man as was also Ada Palm onar Iike chgJaU colored Tba jqry in the first Case returned a verdict not guiltybut Jn the laltefc case were unable tto agreei Itv was a case of Katy did and Katy didnt as Leachman swore to having purchased from each ftl1e defendants but each swore that he had notf Miss Lei Roberts one of our duatediatreceiving the A B degree Miss Roberts is very deserving of the laurels won atth1Sistitn- uon i ctllearning Asiits pupils are received at flaward Unjver sity wIthout further examination Miss Roberts iis a graduate tif our Bigh School besides having completed tbe Stoje Certificate course at our State University Miss Lelis oungest daugh ter alone of our well known cit izens Prof Sitnpsori Roberts1 Opera HousT Night Prolr OSullivan an acuom pushed Piafost of Louisville assisted by local talent will give a recital at the Opera House tonight for the benefit of St OatherinesAiumnae Republican Convention 1 TheCRdbublicanspf ashirg t vent IrI TOPICS I El Model Sanitary Dental Office iLL WORtc GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over MrsI Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn SulUrdI tion at the Court House last Saturday for the purpose of selecting delegates to the convention ut Lexington Hon W F Grigsby was named Chairman and John C Thompson Secre tary A M Duncan G C W barton And J J Grace were a Committee on Reso IInamedas In their resolutions the of the county elec ted to stand by the County Unitt as against State Wid Prohibi- tIon All Republicans were narnds delegates and quite a number attended PardiewCecil The first publication ofthl banns of matrimony was an nounded at St Dominics Sun daybetween fr Earl Cecil and MissJSusIe Pardievf MrOecil is a son of Mr and Mrs Tine Cecil and Miss Pardiew is a daughter of Mrs Martba Pit diev The wedding will take place the last of this montb Dixie Short Route 1A large meeting of delegates from various counties along the rote assembled Columbia last Friday in the interest of the pro posed Dixie Short Route through 1utuckand Tennessee Mr Henry McElroy of Lebanon was made Qbairman of the meeting anda cJmmitteeon resolutions composed of one member from each county was named The Oqmmifee on resolutions after conferring for some time designated the route as follows Beginning jit Louisville passing through Bullitt and Spencer counties to Barestown SprIng held Lpbauon CampbplUiyille 1and Columbia J and from thence passing tbough the counties of Adair Russell and Clinton join lag the Short Routejn Tennessee The route through these last named counties is yet to be1 de termined by the counties them selves A good crowd from this connjby was in attendabqe Aufo mobile owners having vo lunteer ed the services of their machines aad took good loads over It will be remembered tba Mr CE James of Chattanooga the original proposer of the Highway after the m0etingat Chattanooga resigned and is now devoting his time energy proIh this was located Mr James has promised to see that Cum borland River is bridged and when his is done it will make tbis the one great highway be tween the north and south of course at present it means little more than a name but with the proper send off which is at pre ant promising it will undoubted jiv receive a large measure ol Federa aid which will mean ia Idmeting praciticallytint as they undertook to desig inate two routes eacb a circnitu i ous one we feel thai the straighti route will stand a much bettert chance when the matter comes up 10 Congress when it comes tj improve Interstate roads IrE1WheatjJ E J y I I One of the befit known men in the county has perfected great improvement on the binder One that tales all the pressure I off the horses necks and when the ma hiestops Clever drops stationery and IthetongI j ill EATLEjI fAVETERAN BANKER Departs Lifeftr Y4ri f HeaertWi Service lathe death or Mr Charles lBiet McZIrolwbjcb occ rrt4 lUst Saturday Jmn 12 1916 Washington County lost Its oldest banker He was born in this Couoiy January1O18ObeIugs son of the late Anthony and Garland Rice McXlrby His paternal Plar1Isylvaniaand xnaternvl ancestors from Virginia In early life Mr McElroy engaged in nwrcDaiidise In Springfield in the McElroy and Rime hart building which stood where the Roberteoa Claybropke build lug mow standi As a merchant he was a successful business man and enjoyed a good trade November4 1851he was vnitea in ma nag to Miss Mary Shack of Lebanon who was nia devoted companion dofrajR the whole of bcrlife She departed this life Iwo years ago Mr and Mrs McElroy are aarvived by the following children Mrs W 0 McOhord Mr John Snack Mo Elrby and Miss Kallie McElroy of this eoumtj Mr O H McElroy of Kansas Oitjand Mrs Finley Scruggs of OklahOma In the year of 1864 Mr Mc Elroy engaged in the buslneee SprbtKtieldlI Deposit n which he cop tinned until this bank closed dur ing the Civil War At the close j of the war be again engaged ID the banking business iin Springfield in the Washington Bank which was later converted into present First National Bank off which be was Cashier until he resigned on account of advancedI ageIn the passing o Mr McElroj there is gone one who more than any other was identified with the business inttres ofl Springfield and Washington Conptyi for the banking insiicts of her people had their origin largely in him UIIn a mess uri edtcated tha people that it wasto their own interest and to the public lCoodas well that their mousy be placed in banks and this is one reason that in money panics we have not felt the stress so mach as others crashes have not come to us because our mcHwy 1II1n circalar tton vHe possessed a keen insight Jnto the workings of the bud ness world and foresaw the coming of several monej panics ond when in business so prepar ed for them that the crash when jh came fell harmless on Wash ington county JEor hill later years although retired be waver lost his interest fn the business worldand a few years ago wrote- t avery interesting article on tbe Banidng interests of Waahiogtpn county This article was pub fished in the local papers and so highly was it valued by tb public that an order was entered in the county c art directingt that it be spread on the records of the county which was done bereaallBe was one of a family of ten children eight of whom survive as follows Messrs Hegh A 0 Wm Tnd John I McElroy Mrs Mary R Aughe of Bloom held Mrs Mattie jMeDoweilaniI Mrs Lizzie McD and Mrs Emmett Fid of Lou Jsvilie Mrs Palmer Grundy who feWjyearsFuneral services were cpnduc ted at the Presbyterian church Monday by Rev Willis Thompk son of Pleasant Groyeassisted by Rev W F Wolfe1and burial waS in Cemetery Hill I Notice To The Public From June 19 until July 11 will Chemical Dry Clean and press suits Lad i e or gents also I PSbrusbedpressed edO cents Springfield City Tailor Phone 9 R F W Baumbauer Prop To Mammoth Cave5 JUNE at 1915 Round trip railroadi fare 31 5 Board at Cave Hotel includinj the several routes in theCa 5 fortwoIday 110 days WrIte r phone L N Agents 5F w J 1 IiriT TET1 TT1T 1 i ic Ti JIIIIiIII m J ir bont Fail to Attend 1If ljt oT j A I ia- I iJ I i tt ICampbeltiI t J iliif 1 Rermodeling sae of their complete stock ofH I j- rlrl ii jP I i FURNITUREE i t t44- I 4o- pportunity f An of a lifetime to buy furniture at your own pgSj llffiass It tSi I I btendi 4 j ILEACHMAN CAMPBELL a V t i t 1 9 SONALI Miss Mable Williams has re turned home from Louisville aDr W T Barnette was in Louisville one day last week Messrs JoiinI McElroy and 3 M Grundy have xeturned tram a visit tto relatives in Kan rill City aMra Fannie Blandford was ii Louisville last week rAmon the candidates tha- were here this week are Sid Doutbitt of Henry County can didate for Railroad Commissioner Hodman Keen n of Harrods burg Clerk Court of Appeals and Sherman Gooepasture for State Treasurer iMri yule this weer Misses Viola Viceand Stella Flaugber wcro in Lebancp Sun day Miss Nellie Simms was in Lob anon Sunday Miss Marie Maloney is visiting Miss Margaret Bunnell tMr Lewis Spaldiug spent Sunday In Lebanon Mesfers W E Got btet C D Williams and J W Williams are at the SprmgneldHotel for two weeks Mr F 6 Benedetti was here one day last week Judge J 8 Yankey J C Mc Blroy Kobert Noe Joe Polio H M Moss LA Burns W Ki and G N Marks attended the Dixie Central Highway meeting FridayeMr H L Smite was in Lob isville Sunday Miss Edith McClain left Tile ayfora visit to1 her sister Louisville Mrs Myrtle Coffey and Misses Nona and Qde Catlett were in Lebanon list week Miss Margaret Bobortson i I is visiting The Misses Mary andl Margaret Noe Mr John W Rawlings o Danville candidate for State Superintendent of Public In struction was in town yesterday shaking hands with the yoters Dr and Mrs Rodman Will iama of NewHope are visiting relatives here Mrs 8allleN Bhaunty is visii ting Mrs M L Connor at Bards k town Mrs W H Lpaciiman enter tained on hl Friday afternoon at a Musicale Tea Miss Mary Scaunell has re turned to her home in Louisville after a visit to MUs Julia Polio Mr and Mrs W T LearUm in and familvspmt Monday in Lab anonSMrs W H Mac uley is the1 guest of friends iu Louisville Mr and MM Sallie R Selec man of Louisvi Id and daughter Lucy and Miss Carrie Litseyare the guest of relatives h leiMiss Viola Vice one of our local telephone operators lollt this morning for Jackson Mich toaaake her future home Miss Susia Pardiew left this morning for Louisville to visit her mother rlIOLnJlOmJureiras sus1a- THE IH1NEWI l y Lsisi t A R Shultzt I OCo h I k ItV 1 t OFFICE BARBER PETTUSe a r 4 t 11A R Shultz has satisfied the people of WssigIs ai 4 ft counties ior3oeilrs WHY NOT YOU Whtj tIwith you on lar e ruucontracts ii Ae H f Par JMMi Tinning line Agents for Bckcye Pmjit j t i tt kf4 f CALLL6 j t t tj At a meeting of the Boardof iRrectprs of the Washington County Fair AssOciation a quorum being present it was unaminouslyresolvedtoholdnof stockholders of the Washington County Fair Association Iii here by called to meet at the office of W F Grigsby in Springfield Kyat 2 oclockp m on Batur day June 26 1915 for the pur pow of authorizing the directors to increase the capital stock and also to devise plans for the dis tributing tbe entire capital stock among the people of Washington County so that one individual shall possess no more than one share of stoctr Wbpi this is done all the net earnings of then company to be applied f0r lim provements of the grounds and increasing the premiums With the capital stock distributed and the grounds improved a great fair can be held 1916 lTC Campbell Secy Private Cart In the town of Mombasa the feast poast of Africa the private car question has been settled to the Mtlta tion of every white resident by jr Tiding A private street car for each 01 them The cars are pushed liy a na tive black and are small They are it ted with a wide Mat which will hold tYoper80ns The tracks of tills private road lead through tbe main streets of the tows with switches to the stores and ClUbL Each owner of a car has a switch to his yard and boards Wa set U tM same manner as an autoaoblllst The road is financed by each car owner who pays a certain sum each year for upkeep The road Is uwA for no other purpose than to carry the owners on their outing or calling ex peditions Wall Street Journal The AntIM qult HalIdk The crusade recently launched ta inany clUes to exterminate ne mo quito should be takes up all artY country While more formidable la some places than others It shovM aidaunt a people who have mad tack definite inroads against pests sad fftveyora of disease la general U we have In late years Indeed we haTe Included even the zapsquito lajMr N quests to such aa cxteat as apfl7 ito wipe out that particular ssellfiHM4 spreads the lena ot yellow fTr Of course the Americas peapki kare learned the primary lMa la ajtpMit crusades namely th rtiatlr rnhM of o4 ra aaBltattoa CI5S5ld 5t tk ijrfeaiHC JaHtJ dolac away wIth fetaaafai water or marsW a4 MB 1ngtheiwse of oqitlIiifhe irst step to be taksu sad M M ir say baa tea taktm ta latsf e jaiit 0 fo 8ar n iI LEBANON CHi0TiflWI I JUNE 29 to JULY 6A LL I DRAMA WGHT I I william 0wssa tast Ii a psWmptay I We tIInTheBosa 11t ti I HEAETHANDHAlflHtailUY t ty Dr CiaarkM M B Hieriwlif I s tl PrssIdeat Tsftdsrlig Ma44siit W = IILectures AND DAY ij Pallaria dyasIc flkMps rhis band t SCIENCC lris NIGHT taubsuixWi t f t rays A rtM a4 smsaiss IIPOPULAR V ci1DAY s Io NeetfusJia Bewly iIs 6f h ber of Casgresii ta a great adksss wFuI1 l a triotisQi11 Dst sste Ikte f IIJ0YNIGkrDAYF ll3 thi Mm iisAlisM tssf t Boston INra Cenpa iee UnaAMi avMtesd lejsjNl si annoasce4oiaa Oba va qa JIIOIfMII 1J miwaM pi as1LTh till cccM wl1-wuse aias- ad Quit sad- VUkr w W- WkiIeiVSalW thae 1 1 T CIIATAIK elM ia eds Jw5iw F ae rtIilIIIIIrrWi y ps r A k vp ri51kII SI s v IIIC1IIIiJ 1 HOME l Fat = == IMcCAtLS MAGAl- u rrmxt JLJe lli 1==V- I 1 i I 9 l 1 fy HH = I Iii TT jis = The L jsv1jmes- anNewSL both oneyear fQr 50 z- U TMNK UCTIE 0F UFE tmt AOUWN OCCURNC AMSIj nijij s LtuT1 ttt j bOn U Ra73MItmlo I at aii t1eut iwMII1t ySIOI wklck s iIJ nye 4 = All tIdMN o tstMlss Whu tMte IU iosirs eoeMkltted for trials i 11 a wKkmer aid Ire with II ipted Her To u eivfllzed I DM motive to jnurJer shocking c toM as1e nor wanting an J Uttnoeii Jam rare upon j bMrtti As tkey are mat I tacloei pcu tkfcy are ta MjiaMfUd not U irreepoaalble tales 4 os aMei1 hal b 1dbtatI1 1a bowey b14 f tMT SAd toooeaBWheoeiWe they ra7 I Jt Is a sttir ot caitreor4 IrJpl that erta1a aaUjor ta catted tiM obaet 1IS being I trial for tfce murder of two ea bo tbv M4 Olit M tetMth aab to3MfY kist 1JII M tMt the bet appeared to be cold awl feUewi far away r tMIIM baa A MK eale oarrle They had jw1tk the most eonelderate ex i t tft MSS the car V Irtw were stnujterf at any rate Itetefore oTao great eoMeqmence j5ty of e ee ijneUofllnt 4 j fni tetier te the spiuibti tiatthe f fC to M 4coUl ala wr ea the opWon M thef C1t who ha4 faxmtiftently cutt r a ek letter dead xji sisailar ease of aerelral ezterml woe eoo cmed a yevac MUTe em V ij 10 shoot puke ler a white toe4er who e eefm ireda aIek miaS SS HfWUi OB therrotd bear Iff a river J itras him to death Upon tieai W ee laJMd that the lick man JjiM eroated wMwqra ce awl coBild ewWe esaparraeiatPt a1 well byin ilrteatiy req eetim to be carried 1M them to the other side frajJay fpr rard to hia vii- S tf I so Mid tH i re iding ffl ffI wky thea t you carr hui- riIyarT J IJi J too hMvy replied the na it wndi haye paiae to a RoeM oteisbbes7 1iidyPI1ktulkIhr WJIat114 I do The man Jt WM oat elte question to endure laker el marrying the tick man VM tit river It was equally outt ef tH uto aJandon the pitiable 4Tset Thcfof the bewildered fet b RImthe moet obvH J allii wWck bath l rit lbkiIs1k1L- U iLjafcate ef Oaeelln- ejfti i JoM ol fks liae jj 4 4SLSth1oIai eipdI- dJttM a a an VkWi wM te pr Bcijal cause of thf J Mtr that befall tH former hair a s tW ct oC lnJtVlfr jurinT praoae and a very plans t iipdo j Kftde by B T 4rOII of the VeDa lastltmte oC In 1 IsaIqrchlaanarttcIe1nScIp mitree ordinary tin Is liable to tw overtedlft4 the allotropic form ray Urn pow ei jTUt cbaage take pioMfct pMialkMt rate at 48 degrees V Mlliiejd Mid JHy occur more slow 3ir k thr temperatures below that yMt Hard voider which znay con i lfm K pie eat tin is subject totlfe tJfrprsuu ec djliiattgratioB Hence Jw M ir ot Wakag along the solder eass GttO oataiera fact that Pah be daly iied by futui- isuidtlou I fft WfcttHfj n Rubber Road Oeaeiiiriil 1e Interest l has tPfr TtJ i ta JEa laBd for iotne time over lh JiiiBHitteii ot uidng rubber for Itet fitreMeata Trial aectipns of Hila tiiaeiaf were laid in the oldI Ket rosa Im London ome tJ fie ago Mjbkatiiet earrie part of theheav trae cc b city and recentlyi Wli1 ot this ave eiit was ex If IId 9He xV Uoefc f veiKnt Jominj uSWII 4wm fro an eighth to a ifjo aa lack but In tho same iIis jnbbercapyed wood blocks cL1the swn wjeea t4t Slt1iii Miif yavieiMtt Woull be so durable to sake thca aa economic invest f i t r j1 J t J to 4pS ts- r 1t1c kr 0 peaUoe 1 mumeJSmazkrJ11ani t Jp ea iajteg end In njany plVn ace iso long that t tIM keotItreaenotig- Ja I + UtWt and It 10 assfoMw tkelfree fti rt o TOan ot a I whal ea It unzecry Zl1tt t 7 oi J orTt troa to l Jitt J j rrtoIII1canIEiIi t j I lIf riII you lvlteltn iit SikiIIrdi in 1i t fl t ttli4 citioucu 1 it e q t tI tl 7 t f 4 theat itthe tojofIthecusthme jlii 01 ti1o71 j meet youi i JI arEpGe4d j tioae zad try i r f tt si r J t OtIrJ1otl T IaHZliin of s1tor tnteedf Were utnjr of ti Mugingonit t r SELDOM IS TRUE REFLECTION W J pS ft ff Pereefl We See Dependson Whit Mirror We Leek Into and Not All Are ComplimentaryI MHer li ltlKrs Spazilck III j tJ JitjI ave alwayii said a 14ujJ i l ta the n w spa eheaohonetrupi lJrI a tiort there lia frealWqS optlmistl ob wantItooked at myself In a mirror during Jt ttoes yean ot shavingand part INT at golden JofkB and trying on nJ3w ba Jtsful feelingqn beholding my Image sev r knew what I sighed fortaJUi tIi tteevi have been worrying alwattae forMMiig haunts loyon 7 part about the scared look of 1pTear ana the Ulaterish dIspoaItii gf my topbiottt fehatpartingllook lllke my reflection In th0 glass One does not look the same in all jtlrron said Mrs Swostick thought fully There are some gl Sllesthat t take a person look beautiful I would likel to think that they are somewhere sear right anyway Well said Swastiok cI never saw A mirror that tattered malas much a5 others knock me There 1s a mu ror in the elevator that gives me a rather refined look but most of them mock xnb Jn a very rude and impoh Vta manner caricature me and bur lHqueme Under this horrid arrangement I bould think that ladles dressing for rtoihetheba11foomJDirrors Jy how they were going toJook atthe NIL It seems a shame for a woman to ttBs by her home mirror only to lad when she gets to the ballroom tbat she looks enUrely different But contended Mrs1 Swastldk li iaftf how she win fobk to herself in the ballroom mirror tliat bothers her It Is how she Will look to tho rest of the people at the balL But if a woman cant tell how she looks to ether people by looking at herself a LuL mirror how JIJJ Bh9eier going to know It Is very unsatisfactory for a woman never to be able to knowfactly how she looks I suppose It would be better ta know the worst murmured Swastlck FARMER RADFORD ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE The home Is the reatest coatribu Uon of to the and tha tbearthstonocial structure is built around her ocial righteousness is In her charge otkopapdof twentieth century civilization Thigraces and her power are the cumix frlative products of generations ot queenly xonquest and her crown of exalted womanhood Is jeweled witA the wisdom of saintly mothers She has been a great factor In the glory of our country and her noble achieve ments should not be marrpd or her hallowed influence blighted by tha coarser dutiesjof citizenship Ameri can chivalry should never permit her to bear Ufa burdens of defending and maintaining government but should preserveher unsullied from the allied Influences of politics and protect her from the weighty responsibilities of the sordid Affairs of life that will crush her Ideals and lower her stand ards The motherhood of the farm Is our Inspiration she la tho guardian of our domestic welfare and a guide to a higher life but directing the af fairs of government Is not withlnw mans sphere IWd political gossip would cause her to neglect the home forget to meniour clothes and burn the biscuitsSf RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS iwo need social centers whore our young eqple can be entertained amused and Instructed under the di rection of cultured clean and com petent leadership where aesthetin surroundings stir the love tea tho beautiful where art charges theiat- m Spherewith inspiration and pbwi r and Innocent amusements Instruct and brighten their lives To hold our young people on the farm we must alake farm life indra attractive as yell as the business aj farming tooro remunerative The school house should no the eociaiunitl properly equfpped for nourishing anil building character thatthe lives of our peopl can properly functloa aronad It and become supplied vAih the necessary elements of human Bought arid activity J EduCation is a developing of the mind not a 8tufllnfff tho memory vrDigest what you read Old men have yislonsr young men havo dreams JSuccessful farmers plow deep whiW siusgards sleep The growittgVot tlegumes wilt retardi soti deptetioIWnn4 groaily add 4 it fowerto produce SSSeIo1QthfEurope such as Holland and iDen almostIncredibleprehend what f intensive farming amounts to dntil they visit those i reEortsofwent1hereIi t Whale Steak r So insistent is the demand oi the Japanese people for Whalctl meat that there is great dangcr fa scarcity of lcfln that part of the Pacific P45Iiy mr Kingdom Ba obvious is this state of Affairs that the Japanese government permit only 30 ships to operate for whale uuting urpo5es but the nimiber f IntheBgr tho preferwh al 1iheiapbeefsteak the bestcuts of selling there for 12 cents JpuicL It Is said to be very mpcn jKsarser than beefsteak and tor hay somewhat the same taste as venison ThitboOof pIigIt Jesem io8tiseeI fort fek1he In vents ethQds being to11mg4Jlnl bttlrThe tail of th4Ji1dex e4 sliy delicioai by ors1moI ii4 ar4 brethren I r WHY REMEMbER THE UGLY Would Seem toBe aa Easy to Recall f Point KAcqualRtances Bej Did you ever experience the pensa Uon of hearing yourself physically described by another who did not hap pen to know that you Were within ear o If so you may have heard your se manfthyouknowYou may have been pained or ampsedIt all depends upon your sense of humor or the fitness of things Put do not despair at your portrait ust listen some time to a pair of men when one of them is trying to recall to his companion a third individual the tter seen perhaps only once years ago by the audUo 1The gentleman gging itie other mans memory Is kely to sketch the absentee in a few bold strokes something like the fol wing tPh sure you remember him the llow with long yellow teethrhe his hair near hill ear and ne ad a scar on his chin Now I do cheerfully replies the other at this piece cf graphic descrlp Uon mid then adds his own touch He was with a little chap who stut cereo and wore big spectacles of tor toise shell And the Interesting question it rings up is why do people generally speaking remark defects and slngu laritlea rather than perfections and beauties A man with long yellow teetn might have had fine eyes and a noble heed set upon his shoulders and begoggled chap with a stammering tongue might have had a Greek profile and an artists hands We are assured that beauty is every whee yet pepp eseemJotake pattI cular note ofrae ugly No dpubt it is easier to see the ugly titan the beauti fut in humanity but why taketbe eas- ttier way IoJWORKft FOR HIS MAJESTY nLBwervto Chambermaids Keen Questioning An undersecretary the SpiinishS legation Joldata dinner pxrty a little sty a11out the king of Spain King Alfonso he began iIS incogUef 1 rewonof Castile Ho put up with his modest entourage at a more thun igdestinn 1 am rorcj he said laughing that they wojitknow me here Well they didnot know him theret Thetiateh1m like an or dinary fraveler So much soin f eatithat when he went to shave ohe next morning he found there was no rain rorm1 his room So he went down iinto the innyard in his shirtsleeves nd there a chambermaid brought iiim a broken piece of mirror which he set up beside the well and proceed cd to lather cheeks and chin The girl stood chatting with him Finally she said in a odd voice You are not Just an ordiriary traveler are you 1laughed1 dont know said the maid But theres something about you1 l1CrhapsOU belong to royal court at Madrid5 Yes I do hOqnswor tPerhaps you work for his maj esty himself cI Yes Iflo II And what do you do ior him Jr asked the prqtty clianibermaid Si coui lots of things the king re plied qm Having him just nowit MAY CALL THEM LANGLEYS ItpMove to Honors the Memory of the First Man Who Dreamed of Aviation The reading world has become fa mlilar with the word Taabe and un delstands tha It stands for a Ger manaeroplane Men read every4 day of fifing machines that are called a Wrighta Curtlsst a Blerlot a Farman a Bristol ft Morane Saulnier and other names fastened to a plane by a builder or an aviator who has succeeded in fashioning a model differing from some other model No flying machine is called a Lint lay In commemoration of the crea tlve and original ServIce to aviation rendered by thq late Prof Stmttel Pierr pont Langley of Washington Two citizens of the capital have joined in the suggestion perhaps it might even be called a mpvement to have the generic name Langley apijlfed to flying machines that are heavier than air The suggestion seems to have been brought forward first by Col Archl bald Hopkins rft Washington and Frank Warren Hackeft has s c nded the motion suggesting that perhaps arLYlandbrought to his attention might favor Colonel Hopkins propoMll and give dl rections that henceforth the foyera ment airships shall be called Laiuir leys Mr JJaokett has written that the tyiHelfish devotion of the late Samuel Pierreppnt Langley to tho solu flIghttolSbeanweJIlnfc1tmedCountry ought to enjoy the honor that would attach to the coming into use of this term A Good NameI namedIafter them There was a time in America when Washington and Joffer son enjpyed at the baptismal font a ofIt John pr Henry or Janice Now it appears that Frenchmen instead of nam trig thehi boys Philippe Gaston Anj toinet are calling them Joffre Fig wes gathered in ono town show that between August 2 and December 15 Ho less than twenty ne fathers of families bestowed this name upon their sons A plumber in the same town desired to have his little daughter called Joffrette But the town clerk decpned to admit the name to the ofil cial register And yet says a French commentator its a pretty name enough LOOKS TO POBLIC WELFARE MighWelBeof Population The board of public welfare bs an Tttstitutlon in which Kansas City ha countrYDologatfr a Sorklnaw If applYhig its princIples at hume The latest city to take the matter up is Chicago Recently Mr Jacob Billikopf of the Kansas City board operationtoi Cpuercoin ordinahcc has been introduced in the Chicago council by Prof C E Men dam an alderman to establish a de partment of public welfare with two bureaus One Is the bureau of employment which Is to operate municipal lodging gcUeralhelp persons find work The second is the bureau of socjal surveys to col lect Ittormatlon on living conditiona in Chicago and to recommend ord aanca for their betterment Tire Judiciary committee dfthrcouncil has unanimously rocommpnd edvthe ordinance for iSassfigo GUIelj jcenerally are beginning to assume firger reaponslbilities for better conJ dltlons of LivIng Phcsphorescent Aeroplanes Phoaphorescent aeroplanes and air ships for night rtfSfnp n andhosphorescent were recently exhibited before an American aeronautic society V By tbefamiliarmaybeplanes painted with tVis phosphor e scent material may nfako a striking color display without carrying an ap p weightThocourse come pniy after the paint has been given a good exposure to light but the aeroplanes would absorb enough sunlight to give S noticeable glow for some hours at night It has also been found that mercury vapor lamps will stimulate the glow 89 the machine could bo given a soaking In light be fore going aloft at nightSatu daj Evening Post Revives a Venerable Witticism The bat thtf rat movement in Kan recalls the story of the traveling Witch as published a generation Or more ago in a magazine for youth The witch stopped at a poorly fur niched home and asked for a nights lodging offering to pay for tho accom taodatlon bj killinfe all the rats in the ljlacov Shu was entertained and Jm mediately after breakfast the next morning was ready to take herdopar turo when tho hoKtesn remlnded her Ot the promlsb of thq evening betoOh sure enough raid the witch lnd shaieauedl of the stick on thdoor and thb other In both hands sId Bring on your frafsf Kansas City Star SHEEN MANURE iIS VALUABU f Farmer Must Use Judgment In Selerci Ing the Most Econanlcai Crop for Thl8 Purpose CO SENRT STJLaiER idaho 1hpertf- ir ment SUUioo The tehefit derived from Ilcorp rat oig grses crops in soil as manure wa sotlood by the Romans tire value of green manure Ic twoy tOW Green clover when turned in the soil adds nitrogen directly to the land Later when the clover Is being docomS T sod the carbohydrates which oaylng plant contains serves as a IOUTCS of enorgy for the class of soil oaflteria that Are able to gather fret ulvrbgen independent of a hOlt plant trom the air into their cells In a forjn bat wm bo Utter used by growing ants Owing to tho ease and qtticko aeoa in which these green crops may fee decomposed the stimulation of tin llxlagkcIt ria Is brought about much sooner Ulan will dry material that is coarko Sd difficult to decompose U during a dry spoil the groen ma nue Is added in very great qmnnUUfti axceeelvo evaporation tnay result Ex perimenti have shown that tho acid produced in the eat from tljla kind of manuring Is nit great enough to pro went nitrification The farmer matt ue judgment In Be lecting thb moat economical crop for this purpose in his parucutn Motion The ono giving1 a luxuriant growth of lOaves and coating but little to grow is fiwlrnblo A nonlogumloooa plant bias ttdnablo In stimulating tho tree nltrp an fixing organisms uund for pound M the plants of tho leguminous family Tb9 fact that a plant Iii not from the tegvmd family does not keep It from VbhtfT of vue B8 manure This mjiirigtit iL tM to receIve root deal more of attention ia fcT war future Venomous Cinder Beetle The clJld r beotle hItherto cQnsld area as o tranquil little parasltV that devoted itself oxcluslyely to rails spikes and other raflroad property has developed somo nEw and alarm lag syirfptoms according to a letter to the Coolldgo Enterprise from Judge Adna P Grhitlebone Tho cinder beetle has lately become vtcimesL and worse than thatIts bite hn been followed by a poisonous In pt fectlon Last Wedneeday so the Judge writes a fast train tore through Coolidge without stopping Suddenly it came to a halt half a mile down tha track and the engineer was seen to climb down examine the cylinder I and the piston rod and then throw up his hands in despair A cinder beetle had jumped from the track to the cow catcher and with ono bite of its venomous fangs bad killed 4ha engine After a delay of a few lourra relief engine wearing a fiynot ap rived and pulled the train on Ita war Kansas City Stsr FrbistI the line busY dearie said Mr 0 addons in atpnd of voice be though Irresistible to allr ft males Nppe the Mine aint busy an- ewerod tire operator but law llnOtJSJ Having paused long enough toad rebuJtelsherrookfleld C8794 i 4 EASY TO MAKE WAGON JAtrI reaslngYarmShows Details Do you enjoy greasing the farm oand does It get greased as often as it should Here is a good Jack to use for tim work writes WIr EarrUnrton Jr of Cameron K C In t Progrbsalve Farmer It is easily made eyid trill be found very handy Take a pieca of twoinch plank six lubber wide and twc and onehalf feetjoug get this Into aaptherplece eight Incbei wido and two etIong which IB tr lest Ju the gr hnd tar the base Ii fduld ho well to put a brace on each a14O of the upright piece Saw out a ilace tlfo inches wld ttonithe top about half way doWn th ivprtght plankl make a Jever four fee long to go In this slot have twp o A Good Wagon Jack ihree holes edgewise through the u prf part of the upright a holp througl the lever and a loose pu you can idJnstJ tka jack for high or llow wag ins you could fasten a block on top of the lever to be used for the real Ale Fasten ia short chain tOtle bane and have a ho pk on the lower sidevoJ tho lever or use a bent hon 7o d iheznjqtho iltstnatktn ONE IDEA OF EARLY RISING Senator Lorlmer and Representative Ralney Learn Something of Break fast Hour in Arkansas Senator Larimer and Congressman Ralney of Illinois will never forget their trip down the Illinois and Mis slselppl rlver Severnl years ago wheni they sought to blaze the way deep waterway t The senator and I had many novel experiences on that trip said Halney We trav led Ina 26foot launch and our trip resulted In uniting 4f organ izations under dig er dc p banners Onoi night we were floating about forty miles north of the Arkansas ewhen it dawned upon us thatwe ought to put up for the night It was beast ly dark but we heard the barking of dogs and surmised we had struck a lumber camp Jumped out had knocked all thet bark off my shins getting over driftwood logs I fisally eighteda hut and begged a woman thereto find lodging for two i4jWel1 pay twice the regular rates and even more and all we ask is that you wake ur early we can be on bur way I said For a time the wom en hesitated Wt the proffers of double payment overcame her and sire con seated to llot ua stop I What tijne oih you hue us up I asked V downIyou gentlemen must get up early I reckon I can fix it for yoV Sfc Louis PoitDiipagtt Prcv dlna fot His Future So you hao decided to and your boy to college Mr iraeerby2 Yes Jfy bpy Is too modest to make bli way in this world Judging fronvthe offeet eollegd has on other yputh8 I fignrorlhat three or four years of lr will giyt vpiy lIOn such a good opinion of VInuieT it wtUJast a liir tlsKM GENERALLYr A o POOH EXCUSE TJmcIt Well Lack of tIme iay deilaree Anno Ritenho e ia veualty lack of organ iMtion which 1s borne out by the fatthat the btwiMk mti aad Women win have aeeowpttaheoV much iin their lives tire those tp wb ui we tari when wi wajtt Kometbtnc iufekly done ejal we are not kept yling That ihIJuex perfenc so common to all of us that t dos not need enlarging We often ask ourselves why tide is so and fI we wottld oaly search deep enough wot woUld find tec answer in tfct jwwrt er of orgBntwl on1 and elimination posMteeed by tho e person A woman will tell you with an ex travagant loe of nerveiuTltaiity liov much Jibe ijoae how it keegia her from getting her contucne ffWahed or- an ImfHirtant hoot rea or note written or friends attended tb or the ttewgpapeni glanced over and witrif the ii telling you now littlttme sh has beeauae she is so jawfeed abelis using vattMbl MMAeftiU lIR which much eoeJh4eop1Ighed tir ing her aafng aiH vocal facnuio aad4iabrnarvsIf she tp Jld give over the its abouts diLl that wpads in ea lag lhow JBUCI she has Jo do Ia act ually ionic tQ thtiig she hasfit the time to do ahe would be astonish 4 and delighted at her achievements ad fpe ar rew nervous excItoe than the has ever been Talking takg it out of one V Fhast tIme for rite right things or the t1ti1 tic flolth of any occtpthni only iin creates the bnrd io those titlesi and worse 7ll a centUfitQ them to 9lIt A tronjf appUcation of Curlattttn Science right here in Us doctrine that brain ptotwM become actualities iff one indulges in them and that 4 q create trouble for ouraalvee by talk tug of ftt alLth4 tlmpjvwouldvsatt nervou aitJ3 rk1 we s rrih Imre tJokeJefghyou have a grindstone too Will u fiSubbubBhandle long enough I Justlfled rNow Ii iicBgr tortuous streets ot poaton a re vlndigatgd at lasi1 HWioJr e 4It Is Impossible to speed automo bites on them 7 WAR BLOTTED OUT HUMOR Comic Papers of Europe Are pUbueh ingj Pictures Which Have a Bestial Quality War beingiounded as Goethe said IOUthear in mina who lamentthe coarsen lug zmd vii1ajing wichIhnve come EnglandFrance lealings wath the great conflict light ieag of touch disappears and all frost ve get is a series of brutal strokes Qge feels it in Punch Its caric urea of Emperor William seem M if- acked out by the sword and leave Vim little human somblanca Simifany in the German paper TJllc thevi orleans depicting French rind EngJ ish have a bestial Duality 4t them laughsrherwth rage andf the arlt liSc r l terrible perhaps but never imusingv This extinguishing by tire war of reallyittyInmongviable In a way it is a good sign t helps us to understand what witr ruly is Only when we become cr bus to its fearful aspects is it jka Stilliti4iatherucross the sea suddenly turn Tit ri1illtc New fcrr Breniac Post Great Discovery That Ebctors in New York city within the lost few weeks have found the use of other extremely ijeneicial In restoring memories of patients suffering from amnesia It Is hardlyTprobabIo that the physicians themselves realize the wonderf uli possibilities of Urn field which they have opened oip Since the anesthetic can work such a mjracle in restoring memories it is natural to suppose In the near future the method will become a common practice Wives married to stayout nllnight husbands should order a hOt tla immediately Then when he comes wandering home In the woe hours of the morning they can meet them in the halt as usual Where tqnes4alrilughand and a hidden bottle of other wfth the other After be bAa jaberlouajy described the agony of the kfrlt ho vas sitting up with ihby clap the bottle under his nose anj 1dIhis memory will return No Jr I will you be reluctant thlq d tp acquaintances Time makes erepcd Fifteen years Utter when eborlrowor 1fOUj hell simply have to JoIr the circumstances ami ref d tie with interest No doubt about ether Is a great dltcoVerv locnjj Raw or CcokedV BacpnrThis pfeper says that the Gonnanbeet crop this year aspect ed jto produce wet laSs titan 2OOOOO tons of raw sugar Bgbert I should thlnklt hotoonougli over therehie year to produce tile jugs r cookoeU j Bestjri Spirits Hubbl see that Chinese streets are IIIspirItsmoro crooked the streets the more saloons there are on em Turptnlte Is EndlIsh invention It was an English chemist who first achieved the discovery that iriade the deadly gas turplnlte possible A Ecu oration ago he told the British aseo elation how he had produced an ar cenlous gus so fatal In its effects that the liberation of an Infinitesimal pot Ion of It meant instant death to the p4rson who inhaled it M Turpln has converted Itafter years of experl mont intp the most terrible engine ofI war knotta to science it is said Emfcrtons Idea of Dreams tuedroamaforward aocor l with alt that sofanca 1or pbHevophy cn unfold ttouoking Utd onward march of being It is ru8tit is for eIgain and It Is jk the jlItrClJdng f maQfman life In commonly Totted To nurse and refreeh hint for furthrupe oClds optssionvied to fulfillment little mqrti could be aaked of 11 Nothing surely Ittcould enfold that sloop of d at1lin its arternCosmust be as Browning so clearly die earns that he sleeps to oaks to the graadar use of his powers In tire life a 9re Iarg Nor ahould lie fear to find bimteU ofSHI t b Muff as Ids dreams wemadeot How H CotId Find Oat Henry Irving In his oarly days eftM ployed a pmrt which in tha first Mt called lox a dark stage In this datikneea he OUght with an old earl trw ihlm heavily and when he did pFrrlce JftftfoJtlM loud thud of hid Tall Irving would cry out l 1dsrnltIgiIIhi town A stage hand was veitf toach Iimpreseed with the pity and to him scones Quickly became real So that when Irving reached the climax felled the old earl to the ground and spoke the line Great heavens Wat have I done JBayStrike a toUch an well luvvow look j Thoughts Not Up Her Looks There teas one youag wpman in box party at the theater who theInb ifert In the noisy clatter and With her gaze fixed the stage IIpIIUfereQt aristocraticIqf weariness and a scornful smilt curled her Ups At last however shoj turned her need slowly and looked at the other members of the party Then she spoke to the elderly ma tron sitting by her eiCe ITiat chink en in the blue kimono she said Wnks she Ja tb whrle uerdI e- f STOMACH tROUBIEz FORFWtMLF i Majoritio Friends Thoglit r IIr Hughes Would D Bat One Helped Him to Recovery 0 i Pomeroyton KyIn interesting ad ces from this place Mr A JHughes writes as fonowsrJ Iisvas down with stomach trouble for flvC5 years and Would have sick headache p bar at mes that I thought surely I would die I1tried differenjt treaunerits but they did not seem to do me any good I gotso bad I could not eatoileep all my friends except one thought tII would die He advised me ia try fhedfords BlackDraught Mi fuit Lr taking other m rli I take his advice aNbo k I Ela ottatv any idenceIc IiJ I have now been taking BiKkDri jlrt for three mORtis aid it INK cwwel Mhavent had tthoseIWWn I iw nceJbegariiiiigitI v Sic what iiack Draught has done toe eH V Thedfords BlackDrwfht bee tfburtd a very va1trangements of th skwwck Km M Is composed of pure vifi lrWbt L contains no daHgerou IngreieiiJA tiig acts gently yet surely jft CIIIitreeIJ useil by young sad oWJ MIl besd kept ta every ckeei W jOet= a i4L Helps With the LessonsA1 At night when the children gather around the sittingroom table studying theirlJessonifcfc tile next day the telephone often rings Ajk neighbor a mile down the road wantshe1pft xm t his schoolmates Children as well as WA1PH telphoririDcryouj valbableitis1 4 See the nearest Bell Tele hon Mngerr ixx if wnte for free booklet S pyr A postal willdQ FARMERS LINE DEPARTMfe Nt I t Gtmiberfand Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATPD LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY rWIChildren Cry for Fletchers riio Kind lou H vp Alwayn Bought and whidbLkM Tbeii- n use for otr 30 years has borne the algisaturs of 11SOtkAll Counterfeits Imitations hndu StnsgoodafttWr Bpcriments that trIfle with anti endanger the lieaMhli Infants rind Ohljdr n Expcricuc against EyperlnatJttt What is CASTORIAP Castprlftols n Tiarmloss sn7stitut for Castor 011 Tpitn 1h gporlc Drops and Sbotiilns Syrups It Is P3e Mairr iJcontnlnc icHUcr Opium MorpWne nor other Nas s sri stii1 C ts nge Is Its guarantee Xt elestroys w rind alleys Feverlslmcss It ounce DIaridoa3a ani W Colic It relieves Tcethln Troubles cures ConstliMo- ttfll fI Flntukncy It nssILrtes the Fopd rcgelatesteoSt- oncacuhi and JtoTvels giving healthy and laatHtal feiJThe Cltlldrons Panacea TUti UXothctjJ Frlemdi r GENUINE CASTOR1A ALWA Bears the Signature of J 6 h i to The Kind Yni Rave Always i1 l In Use Fdf Over 3Q Yars l 4tot cctrr on cot pm mvittr NWVad SV i wr-J r = =DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt Dtht aa4 4 a i I I or COmb tion Paiiatic Swsfle- teaiefrsmbuoe th4-u std iibhg ftriitcia s ths wtt and eerie at11M by the v if dIheII FSweepercreat pewedulajce iiwbeli swsitilitand chit kooda yaw rvp icr5stime the reirnlvig Wk pidki t J aravtlegs etc WNTIET SWH MM m assunder aoyidiHttMin hcsi YslcyiayoucawakeeLecriPrFe l gentsirr T N6wsLeadei and Louisville Times 450 k t