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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 1, 1915. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1915 new1915070101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 1, 1915. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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700g BMB INK ane of tbear M CXCMC his tKccberyto fate father- AhsIMsCnpiraey There were Judges tkrwvfcmit UM 4Mud of Inset to 4ecMe erttofcry autoof discontent but wlwtf Uwlr 4ecMew lite mwatkfactwy uwealJ was asais eagagclIuwMcbwa not to be doll until after extentfareJftdf 09 that iwfiBe cases as la every beartsgWe say third was lacking respecting slaw Da yfds dMJWtratkHa of justice We toerelyr kaeir that ato crafty soa Ah peopiecunttlnglyzpIssarrow lag Wild that J were ling It Roux lie giretttl Thas by decep f the11etsThey really began to think that ltAb saleai WeN kiar they woali be in s ssw Iy ihftler Tay ape to Mare ererle the fact that God was the JCins and that King Darks merely eat the tbrtiie of the Lori bMJ oft knew of bis tatkerg roll gloss seatimeats whkb appirstly- dId h trot at All bares He realized thatr be woaWl set probably be his fathers choice for a successors aad that MJtJtaps coarse of aatbltlbg and disloyalty to God he became disloyal to Ski fa I tbeitbektgg Be recruited as army proclaimed ulmseU tusk and did tie tkorougklythatloyal coarUers fled for their lives Our kseoa recounts the battle between Ab aatems svperfur fprces and King Da ylds saraller whichawry bovrever i w were better trained soldiers Kink Da Tad was Ttctorious Absalom was slala twka taiRdlBg King Onvids urgen- tregeetkat bit itoldiers should not kill the young roan What a c tnll t we bare bore be tweesiVtheaiSB after Gods owe bearl sad the man whom the people admired the Inftby the ambitious the deceit foU the Intriguing the rebellious who sought his fathers life Tb sum of Gbd SotTvUhstHfldlDB btu weaknesses which were acknowledged and repented of had a heart loyal to God tree as the aeedle to the poleand he had a r symfwthetlc lore orbJaSOlI which teaM express ton la that aotabte Urge O Abalomsly ace my son woald God had died for theer A Very IM Irtaat pleelats The human will is woe4efsl so that wIcIatatmGat IIteowe career Tide however does aot excase tbk putt whose duty Itktesee that a proper child is bora tato tbe worldt Met merely outwardly beautiful but bon sdeatioos jestloyal te God sad 8tIK1tbJJt SftaNi pjtlf oll indeed that with all the sjrsachlsjg and teacbteg of cents t1H sO few parents realize their ooll gattofia toward Ibelr chlidren So few fatness feallsel tbst tieare the care taken sfihelr wires and their children sad ttKI Ia their duty not oaly to es Sect a Mils eonscteHtlona Wife tart to F ptaee heV usjtr favorable coBditieoa dariag sjtsiattea and to Assist her ts f keep her a d ad heArt pure lor teg BOM loyal tff God nnd to righteoos a toelp4ss that 4 heir child stay be weH i J btftlNuJirnMtts engenlcs thrust upon t or stteaea everywhere hut K Make sss tsplllesace foutaKred io the piteeUMe that rlsg wMtatfou the taYMabiyK Mora petted eWld imt rilt0tr1I tate aajtfcv Itrt PMud nawar rls her tltJl4Jd b 1dr hlsad- I CAL c9 so a tI e tboVei UfcM a f Old D 4Md r W 1tOkbe R+ ad 7tor v 1iAId two 6Mr r l i Ilblo Git8atlot PMMUUM a- D1t Hals cleabe std blOcked at 8 p ri field Cite TtJoif P lwc e 6 K WBaumbfttt 1 J jj LI Lr CITY TAXES1 DUEAild f lasdffi ftf4yI TJftijIsttU save Lyrc ttrn LBztIO t Ir tMAt DB t1ayer Prarr Lord help ma io ply the tie It aiatters not to me wbtb r lam ikitnted or poor is natarat gifts wealthy atarvimg Ir a leader among men or a iaiple flower 90 that I play the lime as you would have t playd Help me to keep my ajy on Th ball that the curves of twsiptatation not deceive m Keep my feet ia the path rJghteo 8Bes8 that I may touch aeeood and tlird on my way rand the bases Help me to beat out my bunts and hold me Irom11wnento peg me Coant not my fob dla against me O Lord for the j batting aye sometimes goes wroag though the intention is right Help meJnthe home Let not the muf ic of Ins keep myeyJromtbe ball nor the ntioMMata of the slabman draw me away fromthe deed of a clean iBflrWith a man on secondIi Help sae 0 Lord to bat over 900 because my eyes are on the big league for eternity even while I sojurn here among the bust leaguers t Truths Spokes In Jest The trouble with most of t advice is that it has generally been offeredlat the wrong time A matt can insist that wealth is 4 burden and yet break his back holding onto his share One charitable act will occa himIHllog peoP j iIH hewn trGiihons of trouble may come out of a pint flask iAISot the only satisfactory substitute for Wisdom is silence To err is human to forgive diPtoacytTheresa Bncb better market for good males than there is ldrfcad men If a man could read his own it would probably snr j elsejhe cdress in a cold room iin the morning Wbena fool hen takes a notion to sit she dosent care a rap whether there are any eggs in the nest or not Lazy men are built on the same plane Many a smart kid who hast ruled his mother found it a dif erent proposition to govern a wife 1 We always like to quote threat eniog Scripture when it applies to the other chap IIn these days of enterprise i ill it is better to get room on the groundfloor than at the yep Fire at Tat ylors lIe Taylorsville Ky Tune 28 TaomPsons livery stable the plant of the Spencer Courier tbe Ready Restaurant and warorooai used by Robert Davis was destroyed by fire at 2 oclock this mording The loss ail ttat 25000 The blaze originated in thij livery stable and soon spread tto the Ready Restaurant 1wo horses were all that the own savedh Automo bites horses and har nuns bring his loss to T000 The Ready Restaurant owned by May do purser suntained total loss of 600 KobertDavis lost all the tools and material stored in the waretoom aud the Spencer Courier saved nothing The loss of the newspaper was f11000 and little insurance was carried The courthouse was injured to some extent the heat haying blistered and discolored the paint on the northwest wing Green wells once building and Ben netts lumber yard were saved b9 the efforts Of the fire de partment The origin of the fin is unknown A Great Blessitog II Oh what a blessing is a merry chaerfulwoman in a household One whose spirit arenot effected 1by wet days Or little disappointI ments or whose milk of human f kindness does not sour in the sun sbine of prosperity such a woman in the darkest hours brightens the bouse like a little piece of sunshiny weather The magnetism of her smile thet electrical brightness of her looks Ed movements infect every o etlIhe cbtidren go to school with a s nuns of ssimethia is gtachieved her hus goes into the world in a conquerors spirit No matter how people worry and annoy him all day far off her presence shines and he whispers f to himselfhAt home I shall find re tSO day by day she literally renews his strengthand energy and if you know a man with a beaming face a kind heart and a prosperous business iD1a willafind he has a wife of thi a kind For nothing is morecertain than that the man who is married must ask his wife for permission wealthyiOccidentI FellowrThe real good fellow iis tI e fellow who knows somethwg good abQu everybody and tells ifaj t1HeI to the fallow who is up againsbia it and gives him a chance to make it good He never forgets to do and say little things that make his wife happy Ills child o ren ti si him a jolly chum and ann everyready playmate His home is a heaven of love happiness realIgreatst asset BertMorehousee Iis GingerCIOd Papers for sale r CALL AT I I culniC hham A ND flUflCafl 9 sjj IITheyare making MidSummer Prices on i every Line Iis I Hart Schtffaciv WEQUOTE Mar 1mb X1750 to 2375 Ir worth25 to 35 y1 and Childrens Knee Pants SuitsYoung Menj s of At Especially Low Prices I Palm each Suits at 600 to 1200r I I Florsheim and Bdicon Oxfords and Pumps in Patent Gun MetalZl I Tan ftod White Canvass at closing out Prices p faMma MStrawt Hats Deep Cut Pric s I ISpecial riui on1White Goods Voiles Crepes Panamas f i L and Gabarducs f Ru Specials u I tWexra akjng clean up prices one Carpets Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains and Wall Papers Jiiz ers X17509x12 Velvets 1600 i12 cs X9759z12 Jap Matting 300 WALL PAPERS to 20cfLACE CURTAINS SOc to 500 I IDUNGANIIj = Of Int otTeilMltt r And OtkWt 1 readersarepsrrhaps States G rtiment hn 8fh the Departmetitrbf LabOr ihfcs in- anscarted as a part ofthe1 livt ston of InformaUon a conlotry wide employment barg It sis the belief ftlwHconete jilibi work thaiit 1lgo4artow- ard improvidgrbti3ihMsvcbttdi tions in the United States Th t underlying principleot the work perhaps best erieM4 bj he Secretary of theDitpititallida of Labor in the fbllttwiotfWrds7 The Department of Labor has established XHetrMiutcm trltortheof developing toe Welfare1 ol the waKe earners of thsaIIaitleit3kto- and improving their bpptirUni tlea for profluble e pkymefit en the other hand of fford oirherIby they my make apjilfcatiojci for such help1 as they MIiMI eUh er male or female cltiaens b alien residents ndhavrw-ants supplied through iAtt Distribution Branches Comparative statistics show that there has been in sbmfrpor lions of the United rBUIe a Ht plus of labor while in ottferpbr belfevthat t not entirp1Vtlimlnatedbyl swork This will Kppearj rom lthe following brief eiplan t iV1 of the syniem under v hlchj the works conducted t The United States tie been seotiousar abistrhtitlox ZODeaj ttijf re called end in iMottbP t acjnes an feaplbytofcnt Officesi been opened These zones 3d nearly every ca ebveo eBsubT brcblotleeliOpented zone itoifce + TFhi means that a large ttimber of employment tofflces bv bee opened by the UitdSlM 4 Government At tIHM fte I the em plover who needs wh ljibt any kind skilledoriMkill 4 be farmer merchant mhttiiftifctj or whatever bis bass secure what he rrinteklit any more orexIthe work of stating bV he and thesexpwue df i stamp if he findtf it iit convenient to calk at the J itr nation Office in oerson Neiltier any fee accepted by the Goy ernment frcm those deekinjf m ployment It Roes even firths every postmaster the UMUd States is a TepresenUtiyftOf tbi Employment Bureau AteVcry ut office in the United State ill btf found on applkiafcibi the postmaster blamks for ulw employers in tteedofhfiad for the use t1f persons seakiig employment JbeseblnkPI on being headed to the pot master are transmitted by btfee of charge to the proP ne office where both Wwk arc properly registered abi proper help selected fo the toYsh im need othetPI eitheV from applicants residing init city in which the office slbteor from the apphcatibna on aletoOn ore day the employers kp plication is received by LthsiD tributlon Office a copyIst to the Division of information1 at Washington D 0 At freqtlent intervals these applica ions fare assembled and Publibhedin the form of bulletins anddiatriba to all Distribution omceethlere- by making it possible for iacb to know where help of any I cription is in demand At the Distribution Officl the best interest of the tapltycr are kept constantly lhad atld only such help Is MkcUdtl for positions as ire ir tlie Gflvkm of the officer In charge IvNell qualified to prff m 4bfc ihlia required U any reader ofteof paper is aowro k IIiiIrt ly to behtroli01descripiioo it terWfWMiMi i obit the following coopon W J tf1 trw t Iroufeifad jrlikied tot lhedY4fdt 4e iven OV1bNe U8 DjjtrJMt1gD1fr fthI 41Fedetale dg Ole iit d Q- URelaitbonti ctsit foilotvlug help I Hi ttb t oe s tieiior iakliox liuWtoc4lP4iat m1 rlct NnBiii bid Watii eWI hMIfor me N1 i stStreet J- n r DO 1 rP i Wkli ali i s On WedBday Chief iof Pti oe oaUb reeeivdt Iron Itbi djii fitsltlhbiill ibe at thep w adwarrest lice noloredJwlbh ftttelfJiicar and west d iR Mrxencttierg for breaking inte a freight car YrWn1 digtt iilifliitd J tid vqtotf SHe ffr 81ra lfewa the CbTef etthe1tralJ t ta bll atatian nodhei i HQtip d foal lilroetdliJ1pei dtf il1d ttedtpj edtot ticape vTlie mCtr8J1iei suerUtkea aad two a the de a1aJ8saditeeretwln Modol mJU1fire ILltbkitYsti4eifi r iatbaJotbeti ab MltiJj jhittdelrbkei fogcspoise- oloredc l enWtiBreItt lKiMM carbutbeyiP ilby sleaatKtiaiaXrhtfapdiliidnb l lor Danville with tui tritIttt 1L 1 qtrb- piteredw wr 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ilaltiti Nrtitiftitirrtiel atvleg 10r j riven tYarte ltl gbe a ladder attempted to dig tattfam out This phiH haitobe abaa ledtisillediitfltll lasiiigie dwttFlitsv- ictim r alive it wool Receery to to maks ltiil rtibviswkiiet out of a barren awl lower U over his head Reaching lmthis were two ribber tense rife of whlciLivaa jaeW te wpj ly him with a4 tHh othtg toy erra hitFeoalls pobilythe well a ditch thirty f e44f 1S JlIsen WIll iiaibered at the work wt OIl was deg and UM BMW iaully nulld tffetrya eeeiirl1 lAfliedi i 100 Y r W r The ktrtiltbj santterer of Waterloo sot oaly Bndls1 fro lisaRhe tissiat 11Mcrt Vwatforth B rhlltory b11- tbUltiathst k1fia oft i wr thtlitrevolrldo kea war NaO R e ilktbf oWj hW I rlihslikitGtiidiaireR it he oat l t tt1 iltitls it iIaJeraj al tlilr 1re aflaytttkrltdor gar qtT Wthafcbewomld preyeraa apt h ad ready rpeplL Hia 4actic itrel aQ1fobecHe were UCticM of theAtieErrsal Geaerale jwfcdst iei to efpem his adraa e into Italy TiJty disappeared atitt 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tnaobesrarats- aiidt tblHCbial Hart ia liar i at4sjghi hlft iad what bii gan as a battle would bare coli as a siege Nsaitner a Blacher on are hood itor Grouchy da the other could ba afeltled tb4t JHUI our ir8lbwar fate Weawy take iti forctfell l ed ttiatbbthfNa G1o aistii eOiar= dertfed aboutnht pplY rfJfIierxrlttofri than nbat sasiia reitforceawiUi witb 4e regaifi to the directidtrof thslt Nina is H fine streets upon the ubich- toriIlEqali It la a kiudofo warthat nrttfaer NnpoWoa nor Willingkoa vied tlc recofBize and fiefs a kiidiof war nailnitiosi and sippltes beliJi equal thatscan be de4efm1- w red apparently only bt the tlii wring down of BMI tMII grandltraVeg y hasll dl appear ed but this new war tapir fefca wpenditure of irvou site trvital fqrce rfnktfown to thev i 4 iI1Mfcf alff pojeoe ataeter ol N rYorkWodcl 7 r- r oanI wt i The Depi tT- hready CI18J1 W i 1flfaring tosiliietreritiitat lt Iflor itL T n ifllM JUllr J r Jiliee r11itkr Mw M MIRG fiMnIatJ Be Id sfJ i yt tiAtlas Peek 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datifcia- t et t t JLDMtkt abjeet o pEtJatc l If tf lil 11I1 1T tt ntkriwd to MuxKHtee W H oLilI a cM ftJ J sf owItM AttQaey M t SMwMtli llIdieWiDIItritti t a action of tkw D wtecratk =ttlMf Aiagmt jMriJHury S3 if r ft aathosed to aaonce Join A a a rMMKdatr for A Astsy ler tew Z1sytiH WMrim MI ito tlM aetiee Than Mi i rty at tbcviut t i AAc FiStS Mer tw riiii aewce John J w1 aol L Nwea Ky for Ilj bs the Pjfeenth ierii WI1 h of n4 Mria ad Waia tb aetkie the JJoef JItprtseate ifJ Wdoriat once Cbu r a Bwfcpai M eMMW tof rB prM tIt iilUliv ii UM lower hoe of the Xyr4cJtr fzei Waiting theDi pn J 1wats sttihorued to aaiHHfece f H ait7 Ma ouMiidMcf r Reprewn tPrw eC th Je 1iotia WUiia Jt to 1JMtieR fite IJPMt7ia te Aufutt pri rtoaaouceJT H M a eMMMato fir JttprtMn j s Lower HOBM sltH Ken krt S from Washington I sq t to the action of the istkparty ff t 11 si M H Lp ai one qf tbiesIQIlaeof capdf AUa tcatste oIntlither csv bk nomination without yeaiIl tli lwuib 4s coanected with the i 4eji 101 he Attpraej general r Mi kjiU fitted Zothpice W a lawjw d ability 7nHac c ao Jatiaig toeYerybodv 4 i While GOfMnoi Sjatou s ac tio a eOiflit1ng tJ c sentence hCljtoM FraulclroDi tl thOi lit LapeonwL2t has caused fi CBMlOcabU stIr In Georgia 53Ti irf lMnkihe Governor is 1 IM oiid 4lJorbts tOI t icUllyji iit was taken in tbe l w aM in opposition torpublic Jta otbattheGoy fraor k man Who can be trus timreSfVsll M of what may besaidor J etJe jrery frankly said tie f WQilA not iEaitalp he eiatople of PoktiM Pilate wbo turned Ohrit tr J oerThezob Whet1ere- Jai M element of doubt5as to theal eaIs die and place it beyond aCjyManto rjgbt a wrong I GoDS1atn his demons rft r ted that amid the storm un Mttled public clamor h tJ p the backbone to safely steer eblp- aqalityo1tei iaosnnfrist ra iy politicians AApbaiat t An accident that miht have proYMl Iftlalj frOm which ill parentafulg1i1ardianlof little boys shoald take warning and ixerie the jndgmeat ai l o1BMO sfns pf hlch they holdt be HileQ That Giftton Green Jr was note killed last Monday afternoon when tiwas shot in the head by p bullet from a 22 rifle In the bndsof aa ir rwpdDgible small boy was due only to good Luck That the Wound inflicted was a slightone does not change the seriousness of the affair I bold and feel that it is a crime for a mature person to put in the hands of an irresponsible smallboy a death dealing in strnmeBt And I make thisap peal to the parents and nurdians of the children of Springfield that in the name of humanity arid our small b ys that they will not make such tbjngspos sible in our community by put tug the deadly gun in their hands Clif ton s JMotber The Fly Problem Solved TbeGovernfuentExpertsbave found from reputed experiment that borax is a solution of the fly pest Dr Howards advice is to apply ato 10 pounds of borax to every 8busbeIsof manure immediately upon its removal from the barn sifting the bOraxaround the outer edges of the pile with a common flour sifter and then sprinkle a large ivatering pot full of water over ii The flies lay their eggs on the fresh manure and the borax when it comes in contact witS the egfs prevens their hatch ingl The few eggs which do ht tJh into maggots willsoon op4 encounter the borAx and should other fresh manure added day by day tee treatm should be repeated on the freFT part Garbage cans should be treated in a similar way each day If the above precaution be Carried tjqVby every1 one daily fra short while flies would be A thing of thepast There Hn6 danger in having borax about the place S ROBERTS The Judges of the laCe election who have tbe seals in their possession are required to re turp samejto mE as soon as poa iblei JIVHWYCOFP- Coitnty Glerk l Villeyfifl This week finds us wondering where we are going to find a few hinds for your paper as mQst everyone is busy and have ds ontinued visitng for awhile Miss Nona Catlett Spriugfleld was the weekend gtiest of fiends narhere- Mastec T B Janes ot Louis villeis visiting bis grandparents Mr and Mrs Reed Mr and Mrs W T Beam were guests at the home of Mrs Nora Bublitt df Nelson CD unty- Saturdttymgbt Mr Hunter Gbatfey and fami ly flslted at the home of Mrs Eliza Mitchell at Litsey Sunday Mrs W S Y Goodlett and dapghter Mrs ijcker Lynch of Bardstown were guests of relatives herb and adjoining IMrII r guests of Mr Thomas Reed and family toil week As inoiJHyerybjQdy busy only a wiiall portion 40 tQr populace rottended court Monday Mr and Mrs Reea were guest of relatives in Nelson county Wednesday Mesdames Bugh Goatley and Lula Moran ivere guests at the home of Mrs Ed Kelly Tuesdayrl JFOR QUIET IN CITY STREETS I XntINt ordSnTPaue In New Yirk Hall as Step In the l1It111DrtcUon miiilo PlOrideperaoa 1ga frade in the streets who shall make or permit to be made any noise tending to disturb the peace end quiet of the neighborhood for the purpose of directing atten tion to his wares or trade or calling This is an improvement upon the old ordinance and will put a stop to tome of ihe needless noises that have been an abomination to the com munily There are however many other noises that are just as needless and just as annoying that do not some under the penalties of the law because they are not made by persons plying a trade and are not intended to attract attention to wares or to callings They are many in number and various in nature running all the way from the unnecessary noises f automobiles to the pounding of flat car wheels and the deafening Tat tIe of elevated trains The Dew or dinance therefore is but a Step in the right direction but even a step Is to be welcomed New York World WHERE tIE TOOK HIS DEGREE Indianapolis SelfMade Mans Neat Counteratrpke to Somewhat i 8nbbblh Remark George Kreitlein an Indianapolis business man ig selfmade and sue cessful His gun club decided to hpld an open trap shootj and it was- apnounced that all entries must bt in before SIX oclock Wednesday eve ping About eight oclock in the evening the dubs telephone bell rang and avoice on the other end of the hone Saidc1desireto speak 0head of the shoot committee itlein happened to be near and he red the phone The head of le shoot committee is speaking laid hecW11atcan I do for you This is John Astorbilt TonesYale 98 said the voice cryesIdli- ke to enter your tournament said the voice Sorry said Kreitlein ueitry list closed at six cyclockt But said5 thi voice 1lm aur jroull make an exception in my case Cant bedone Cant be done I repeated the vdibe I dont think you quite understand who I am Im John Astorbilt JonesYale 98 And this 5was the r ply is George KJreitlein night school 67 HUid T wr it cant Jbe done Private Car- InthetownofMombosaon the East coast of Africa the private car ques tIonJas been seWed to the satisfaction of every white resident by pro vidlnsr a private street car for each of them The cars are pushed by a na tive black and are smalL They are ted with a wide scat which will hold two persons The tracks of this private rdad lead through the main streets of the town with switches to the stores and clubs Each pwner of a car has a switch to his yard and boards his car in the same manner as an automoblllsL The rOad Is financed by each ear owner who pays a certain sum each year fort upkeep The road is used for no other purpose than to carry the owners on Weir outing or calling ei- ped1tiOnaWaI1 Street Journal Va1ldty Df the Tuftlen Rule ne supreme court of North Caro IDa holds in Teeter vs Homer Mitt arT school that where a private tchodl according to its catalogue re quired rte payment of tuition in ad Yance and the catalogue was sent to a parent who sent his child to flit school the parent wu liable for fuli tuition notwithstanding the erpulslot of the child on reasonable grounds the rules also sUpulating that the tuitioi would be forfeited ttx expulsion MratakeJ like to buy PJoIi 1 0 I 1 j fIA101STANLEY1I j Governorjj YiII address the voters of Washington County I AT SPRINGFIELD qJ 7 t Ifjt11 y J 9 6 IXi i t D Jf f t J id untrYifj I J t aMEjOUT ANDH tl R HIMII LENTUCKYPOLITICAL NEWS rt Leading Facts of the Past Week I McDERMOTTS SPEAKINGS Paducah iCy June 26 1915Spe clal Correspondence Lieutenant Governors J McDermott spoke here Thursday afternoon to about 250 eoI pIe There were present a number of Prohibitionists and Republicans and several Stanley supports all of whom regardless of their choice for Governor honor and respect Mr Mc Dennott The address was characteristic of the speakereloquent and outspoken on the Issues he deems paramount In Kentucky today As in his previous speeches Mr Dermott gave bIs reasons for opposing statewide He servedprohibition Int the Constitutional Convention and helped place fn the constitution the provision that enables each county tGtbe a selfgoverning unit without in terference from outside counties In the last session of the legislature l when the present County Unit LawJ llprovisionll damental democratic doctrine that people can govern themselves on such matters better than outsiders can gov ern them In this he agrees with his opponent Mr A O Stanley that statewide prott JmeasureJ take away without the consent of the governed that most sacred right of a free people to regulate for themselves within their own county moral andI Social affairs such as the license or prohibition of saloons He maintains athatwhose elected officers must enforce the law if it is to be effective wantt t to abolish saloons they can oso- under the County Unit Law and that that prohibition thus obtained will exactly what the people want If stat beII wide prohibition forced upon the willing people of any county they nqr the officers they elect willt obey or enforce the objectionable lawcSuch contempt of law is hurtful to the character of the citizenship and tends to cause disrespect for other laws From Paducah Mr McDermott went to Marion Sturgis and Morganfleld where he addressed rather snail audi ences owing to the fact that farmers re busy with thalr crops c NEWMAN WITHDRAWS FROM GOVERNORS RACE Frankfort Ky Juno 251915Spe clal Correspondence The with drawal of Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman from the race for Coy ernor was somewhat of a surprise toaJ many although It fats con eled that Harry McChesney backed as he Is by the AntiSaloon League and General Percy Haley had much the larger fol lOwiamong the extra drys as Mr Newman expresses it Evidently Mr q Newman realized that he could notbmake much headway as a statewider against the candidate selected by Dr Palmer the AntiSaloon eague super tBeckbamAlthough Mr Newman was the first i candidate to announce for Governor on a statewlde prohibition platform and had the endorsement of the W C T U the pioneer temperance organ ration of the state the powers that were to direct the campaign did not look with favor on his candidacy Mr McChesney was selected as the standa ard bearer of the prohibitionists His headquarters are busy with a large force of clerks and ample funds to make an aggressive campaign In his card of withdrawal Mr New man says he has canvassed and spoken In more than forty counties and has concluded that there are only t two candidates for Governor wh p erg seriously considered iin the race Though he did not mention names It U Is conceded that he meant Stanley and McChesney Furthermore he says the Democratic party is facing a crisis l that may endanger its success unless harmony Is restored And all unite for victory 1nNovemberwhIch he pledges rhimself to aid in accomplishing The harmony and unanimity of the Repub llcan platform convention at Lexington this month at which thdy reaffirm L ed the County Unit Law and declined to take any statewide In thelrn with Judge ORear and Dr Briner pledging their support to the R pub llcan ticket was a distinct warnings that the Republicans are to fee jn tho t FBlMlng this fan roaIy and Anxious bmlstakelwide prohibition Democracy will as a sure Republican victory this fall For o that reason Mr McChcsnoy Is tho prime favorite of Republicans from Ed Morrow the surething nominee for Governor down to the boys In the trenches who hope to get Jobs under a administration cNeverthelessflue the gppd Democrat he IP The l Democrats will continue in power In Kentucky and indicate to the world that Kentucky Is behind the National Democratic administration and In line for the presidential election in 1916 Some say that Mr Newman reels that President WHttons opinion that J local option and pot statewide prohl bitlon is the proper method of ton trolling the liquor question meets the a approval of Kentucky Democrats who arg enthusiastically behind the Preati dent in all fela great MllcJes i Mr Newman Is a pemocrat of the truest typB and aq COmmissioner of Agrlcplture has accomplished greater is results for the dcyqlppmcnt of theafarming Interests of the state than allti t11tITi Iin things worth whllp slnqe he has been In office N STANLEY SPEAKS TO RECORD BREAKING CROWDS IN THE THIRD DISTRICT Franklin Ky Juno 26 1915Spe Iv wM CorrespondenceHon f 0mStanley finished the busiest week oftt his campaign today at this speaking to the largest crowd that has attended a political speaking Jq this county In years estimated at 6 000 to 6009 enthusIasm was unbouncsg ed and to all appparancs men were the only kind of Democrats in In Simpson county lie1t1-r Stanley began the fweekis cami palgn at Glasgow where a record breaking attendance greeted hIm It was the largest crowd that has beenI Glasgow since the Civil War InJJ tlc 1Jy rerybody seened to be tor J jium urasgow Mr Stanley went to Edmonton Metcalfe county Browns vllle Edmonton county and Scbtts vllle Allen county Everywhere the attendance was larger than the courthouses could accommodate and windows and standing room were occu pied by eager Democrats notwith standing the fact that the farmers are behind with their work and in the middle of their harvests The masterly appeals Mr Stanley is making to the people to stand by Pres- Ident Wilson in his splendid leader ship of the party Is received most en thusiastically It is apparent every where that the people want a business administration with such a revision of theta laws as will enable the state to pay off the f2000000 state debtl without laying any heavier tax burden upon the farms live stock and other tangible property that naw pays the expense of government Millions upon millions of prbperty that escapes assessment and pays no taxes must be put upon the tax duplicate and made o pay its share of the taxes necessary to pay off the state debt build good roads throughout the state and Im prove the school system by having longer terms in the country and better paid teachers County Unit Law passed by the IThe meets the approtal of They do not want to periment with statewide prohibition systemIany time A majority of the people want to do so The taxpayers do not want to destroy the 100000000 of taxable property In the state that Is paying riearty a million dollars a yearn taxes and place upon the farms factories live stock and other prop- ertY already too heavily taxed that additional burden which would be prohibitionIThe slogan Stand by the President nd the Democratic platforms state and national upon which the party has won its greatest victories meets the hearty approval of the people MORROW ADDRESSES A BIG CROWD AT SHEL1YVILLE Shelbyville Ky June 25 1915 Spe ml Correepondenceln the rock ribbed Democratic stronghold df Shel by the Hon Edwin P Morrow had a very large attendance to hear him speak last Tuesday evening Democrats and Republicans as well as many ladles turned out to hear him It was noted that although Mr Mor largerIa week before on County Cpurt day Ed Morrow as he is familiarly called by everybody Isa most attrac tive speaker and off the platform fo the best handshaker and wears the happiest smile of any man in Kentucky and Iif the Democrats make any serious mistake in choosing their candidate for governor many a Democrat will hear Morrows eloquent voice nd feel the magnetic persuasion of his cordial hand when they go into the booth on November election day After the speaking a number of Democrats and ardent temperance men met Mr Morrow and told him that they agreed with him on the liquor question believing that the Cons y Unit law was all tha is needed anish the saloon from any county where a majority of the people are opposed tQ them The repent wet and dry eleqtlon fa Shelby county proved o them that statewide prohibition is ot necessary for they voted out saloons and the county is nOw as dry as- a powder horn At the same time they do not want to destroy the vast distilling properties in the state that pay nearly a million dollars in taxes for It they do they well know that other property already heavily taxed will have to take up that burden In to what they now carry and anythlrutforWith a state treasury already over two million dollars In debt the taxpayers do nat fancy adding another million on account of 8tatovWe pro htbltion tar they know they will haTe he whole thing to pay in the end while thp office seeker who are riding the prohibition Issue can take easy The bankrupt neighboring states of West Virginia and Tennes see each with debt of twelve million dollars and statewide prohibition are warning danger signals to thought el peopletJAMES P EDWARDS ANNOUNCES FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR I Louisville Ky June 28 1l63pe pEdwardsthe most prominent lawyers In the candidacytort Lieutenant Governor His platform is riefly better schools Improved pub e highways economy In state affairs expensiveffices tmtlonCountyUnitliquortraffictlQt lla Ct with the Democratic plat orur of 1911 which Is the fundamental law of the party and opposes Statewide prohibition as unnecessary as a temperance measure a menace to the overburdened taxpayers and contrary platformsforieutenantdefeated by Mr Edward j McDermott the present Lieutenant Governor now candidate for Governor by a plu rallty ot 1K62 votes In the State though Mr Edwards carried Jefferson County over Mr McDermott by ovee 5000 pbralenUT1belna forceful public speaker a man with the courage of his convlcs os and loyal to his sense of duty both private and public life MCCHESNEY IN THE MOUN TAINS Middleaboro Ky June 26 1915 Speda Correspondence H V Me Chesncy statewide prohibition aIcan dldate for the Democratic nomination governor has beta speaking In the ountain counties this week 1torwho are taking any Interest state politics think well of Mr Mo as a Democratic candidate Adv LEThARfW aIdrsejieaiwe 1 ii Li II- f i Ir t l t f 0 tIt t it INVESTMENtT t i 81T i j PAYINGI 7 doJrt t Jk fFREE FROM STATE COUNTY AND CITY TAXES jt rt 1 IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY r B ffA r r f f jvQ C MENGEL 8 Bwd G6 t 1i ft 7 CVVUTWE fKFE 31W i t f J 11 dIt r 4rP Ptr MH it Sbnc IN t c5 Zr PREFERRED AS TO aOTHASSETS AND JIftItOtIITS rJ rQuarterDividend Dates first Mondayia March June Septumberand Deceenbr n II i ARedeemable as a whole or in part at any tune at the option of 7t the Companyat125 and aocrycd dividend f CAPITALIZATION iofi tCumulative7 Preferred StockulS00oao l o9Q tJt f1zCommon Stock p 2OOQOO 1J1000Iiv rniportant features regardmg the business of this Ccxnpsny f idw4irk jthis of stock be summarizedf issue may briefly as follows 4 rt 1 This stock is a legal investment for trust funds in th StkUr of Kentucky S IIaI 2 The company has no bonded ormortgage indebtedness t1 lt t ii 3 This business was established 1877 by C C Mcn d aiidri F CRMengel and i rorp rated 1190 c c Mcngcl BrOCOY ffunder the laws d the State of Kentucky and 1ia bten continuously = 1isuccessful dunn the whole period pi 38 years V t t The buessof the pany k e ufsc4tfubfM l i Lumber anlVencers and It is the largest irnporter of Mahoganin h the United itates its proportion of the entire feiportatio in IQllt rug 18 U12 24 19J3 14 1914 16 V fek J tD j 51 The legal proceedings for the issue of the abpve Preferred Htf FStock have been passed upon by Judge Alex B Humphindy JH Archibald B Young Esq of Louisville rfv i ct i Stf W IP i i 4S1 l4 Accrued Diifidcsds to be Added tP JA4ES c WILLSONCOtI ttt A1 LOUISVLLE TRtST CO ALMSTEDT Io lij 5 JOIIN W s GREEN i E iELcl trt LOUISVILLE KY t1 t itI Special circu1ar giVing complete detailsOf the above ePT 4 1ferr Stock rnaybe obtained and jayment for the stoccmaybea44s rI j t t1 ia e 4f f j1t 4 FIRST NAtIONAL I BANK I J 4t i rJtt f t it t j iI ll Ifi fpt I jt bf JlJ va f4 v r ij 1 i t tS Ii i L T FARMERS OF WfiSMlNGTONPNH Greeting C Sr 2 fi itjt Tbe undersigned and i i w1th14yosirreachinasraneeWe behi1d p tfl which w s a reference for your consideration i This orKanlze4 1696 operatedwhollyrl mine Garrardand Lincoln in which territprywe have aparasof 18500000 mur ht foi carried by wideawake substantial business ftrrners and bankers lawyer and 1of OtoNMalrnofy o penpfakicMii M ale tlMUMlVetr This is a Kentucky chartered company bear in mind doing btaaime ji FtnUotj io that U some fashion every penny pak into it goes right back Into circulatloa I1aia iMj ieeedLt section itwas priaaaovers i It writes l wlMIy composed ol xfeMMiir btn5sfaVmerstmostof whom have been with it from its inception wbe uiiis alra awl who aUong themselves carry approximately I606oOinsuraoce in it Tbe e men and many others appreciate a fucVatod jrilt avow it on aay propor MCMM k that to escape the excessive premium charge QI stock insurance cOEapamtft they bed MHky WTOT cated this llass of cooperatlye insurance among farmersuwer viBstram aia1jj itlj MtiTiHttiaiisit and from long dxpenenoe with it have demonstrated a great sating of in Hra M eoatittt m selves in pfucticing their preocbment r This conpny has consistently from its beginning withomt deyfatioii giTi f a yrs JfrtwtJ adce for a yeWs pay orpremfum That is its systeBa Vlits plant WblCIadrer aluta iaia of proven satisTactory applio iion It proposes to contwue Until re err a company like this was restricted Ju iis territory to te IUl TIM wliof sentlmeafiihent BtMIfi o itlw have praven itl i why not twenty or 120 Payette county says it ISA giod thing so doe Frirtm andt otWeight Isthei r commedationof any wpr n to Washington county Scott MIIMII Miiip iii receiilly adopted counties and our nearest neighbors gave as hearty wekbaA aiirit 1ara Ir4ypatrqnizing us with much gpabusiness i e1sseedrwisrecordrtjySeel Very e pecu1JI 6 Kentucky Growers Insurance Compaajr- ft 4i I s F H1NTON SscredarpJA I Notice Clothe Public jFromJuj d will Chemical Vy Glean and prosa suils Ladin i r gents ulso Jpiircetireases forBOcents suits brushed pressed 35 cents sponged cents Springfield OitV Tailor Phno9R I F Wv Baumbaufcr Prop ii- ZOO pairs of Mens and cfjSi either black or tan Val up to3OO specI1 for thfdays 1 00ifEH Camp M Jro r CASTORIttIaiuus Lad JkYW isA- 3slroF I Tht GflLTFY wWi N a if l s m y I IkIIsthrhN Ji IIUIHOMELIFE J ssbiepsisstkrflh1rMorfs M MV iNN MM 1 rand UarIt oee5r7dsf es IA =peo1s as4ai McCALLS MAGAZINE chesi Waa flaifcj a Serials N1IeW- admbi 30 s Asrerwws nack apcs1 sad Girls 44M bok ftetancta enter CostsT We I e5is sIu ill tb fmily tA WW za5 i TW Bsd H aglsifr ser pa p r a 4 31 Wkls Fa lysa 2r LIDrsSI Pw Xork siva Zabr Th =qitr W Ad W1e CJ1I ftosWsTGood to Miss The teat and Evening Post J5 4bt rr 7ir bRIo et cL F LQQ cjj iai I Pl WiiH4 yGfOwH mfcr aspeilty ZsT SouctTtt TOUR PATRONAGE l Ik Isib1 ron 151- 4t 8WUHGFIELD XT tt t t OR J C jfUDD Y ykiu tiiSiiQi jJ 5 1r 8toQzni 1- O1rbIuL1tQ2pj Ortr Hayddnjf Drug Store DLLF3TR1ISrY YDENT1ST ItoI ee1U JlaJ l1BarberI Iba1- r k rMilQ ablepFlc 1 11 7a cji1 Dti R J HAMILTON oIj1 i at i J j XTicss StrtPhonO OtSOAXQ I pOMHeen 1 Ota sOO P xii f Jf4 IL W itYATT I vO p oyr Bpringfield State Btk oecehoirs 1030oi M t vtol ioi p ra 1 4r WF GRIGBYci f4 pTTORNEYtAThvJAWii If e HaRk off v1n7z114 IXL i + SreOAL TO WOMEN t r 2M aiM cleaiing uia AII1Ia1 aCaU aMjitk Ia l L A AaliiyHja Powder to B lil as a Aaa 4idal atl epUc for douchestf Ia tciMithic oat T b lammaUo1or rsdqs eC sop throAt aad that aipid n f ai llteltiasTio equal Pet tt yri UM Lydia E Piakham l1OoureoomeBdedPaxUne ht ilMic print oerref lioadeHce with wst whkiL proT e Its uperlorlty wI i irlw tore been cured say f MJii Xietk Ito weIght la gold At draoMi 1c large boX of by man 4fRMvIteNft IWkt Ce BoatoaM- aaaAIiiDE iVt jfStrllbe Plants j y H o i FIPLT TREES utor JBr tjtoffering of the ret Ir JUiiHtit rkablesPearl Potato I FIc JOifNo Agents c ft FiiUkiicejerl Sons 184X Ixi 1 ton Ky 1915 n STEJnt HISTOHYIS BLACK j IIwlfiI Btlflan City Has fhroufh a tMC ii4ur Iun the Prize of pVarIu Nations 0i The fixtsiege6ff O3tond the beau J Ji ttfial Belgian city ended 310 years ago September 22 1604 when thAav city was stirrendered to the Spanh riirds who had invested the tever three years The honorable ajpitulation followed one of the mpofe heroic defenses in the history of l mwariar On the death of Charles II of Spain the French seized Ostend butin 1706 after ittaAborough dl i fatbe FrgiKih afc Bamillies it 4 viru taken by the lies In 1745 it wa retaken by the Frendh but rc stored three years later In 1756 tho iJyt French garrisoned the town for the TSmre Maria Theresa In 1792 t Qlt nd again fell to the French wlw eva teated iithi 1793 regained it hi lZ94a d defeated the English the in179 IMcity was under 4 i Vjtfie flag of ihc Neterlnnda from 1J1 14 to 1830 when Belgium re A gaiaed its independence Modern Ottend ii Iniowtt as lia Beinc dcs tpllgesthe QnfBeached l for many years it has been the great f 1 CIt ca2id playground pf Europe a rtjavOrite tesort for the people of nili nations Jts niagnificent hoiels a- nolaU the 1intst in thvorld 3 X the MbbtevCd bathing suits worn t bybnthaexC8 art the despair of PJirl 11f ft T sty Cat Tar Products ll TfcuBRB N Norton late Ain rI ah- tjtntfal at ChemnlU Germany il v e k appointed a otnmercIa1agent of h jtM department erf commerce jp under t fsake a wecial Investlgatloii ol the k4 rtcal Induitry mUle Onit jd SS BUtM particalalrlrl la respect to coa tl rotar jcoducta It k lipped by the de- tJWtII1wl that report win be ielp l fJiatH development of syntuetle f l1MdmJulfKttUed in tfee United augkt MUbpg ts JCri Nona may address Jbi1n Mrt W tb Bureau ot Porelgo rr aM flsMIe Comree Washlngton A 6 Jk cKemUtSA frpert and r ff t aidnr eC twa moaographs 0 f t =L ffloo7 M r T yevrpaty tkrew ye tJPNbJJM at Ik iyatsS- reo L poiisiLcsd14ai tO + j T tntg rttHt replied tjierdlher tcsa i irax itror eaaufh It w t otJtpret 1 ntttttt tirrfttto I TOWN rw iNiiW wtnwI Local Happenings Interes iiiTheFrht4I IAI1AbsitYirilI FritfHls c ATSSFor your Hares and Cows trY a sack ol Arrow Brand 14olai e Fd B D Lake jCo C L Brady Springfield r rS has Jar sale one long yearling roan Shorthorn bull If you want to make your poultry pay you must feed them correctly Try Arrow Brand Poultry feed For sale by B D- LakeCo For Sale1 yearling filly 1 2J year old horse 1 8yearoid mare guaranteed to work anywhere andnotafraid of automobiles 1 2horse wagon good condition Albert Mudd Springfield r r The ladies of the Womans Club I Springfield gave a box supper at the McClnre building last Thursday night for the proceeds f which is to be used in lOcal improvements by the Club The supper was well attenqedandl quite a nice sum was realized Julia Grundy a daughter ofI Dan Grundy diet on High Street last Friday after a short illuess She was a highly respected edwomai1 Uncle Dan Grundy herfather is also yeryii ill A motion for a new trial oZ the exceptions to sale ol land haijbeen flIed with Refree Ben JSpalding in the matter of J KI rCheatham Bankrupt A sale of the lands was made by the trus tee on May 16th LaStJ when the farm was purchased by R Arnold R E Foster and G Cunningham after exceptions were filed to the sale and the trial of game set for hearing in Springfield but the Bankrupts J IItoiltrodudeII the exceptions were 0verrUledi and the sale sustained Drops Axe on Foot t While playing in the yard esterday William the little son i Mr and Mrs tf D Tapb dropped an axe on hiS ffootcntJi tlbg oJ deep gaeh hich required seeral stitches to close New Threshers It looks like the people who haye wheat to thresh this yearI will have chances to get a newI thresher as two new separators arrived on the train last Tuesday and will be put to wOrk in the county at once v Ankle Broken Mrs A W Eddlemau had the misfortune to suffer a broken nkle last Monday returning rOiii Springfield When driving ome 1a buggy neat Valley they saw the evening train ap proaching and fearing that tne horse would become frightened Mrs Eddlemanjnmped from the buggy and sufferedj a broken ankle The injury was treated and she is progressing nicely Salomy July 9th Save1 you seen Salomy If not dont fail to go to the Walnut Street Theatre Friday July 9lbi when she will be presented in moving pictures The story cf Salomy is a beautiful love story ofr Western life in the days of 49 Iwben the gold rush to California was taming place In it is much excitement and hairbreadth es napes of The Many who is the hero of the play and Salomy the heroine Chautauquas Chautauquas are in progress both inBardstown aod Lebanon sthis week and large crowds ard patronizing each Situated a TOPICS I ftA rDental Model tme ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over MrsfKate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vnurhn Stidlard the people of Washington ounS ty are midway between eacht Itthose looking for amusement and sport have an excellent opllport nitv to gratify their taste 1ate1 Both are being conducted by the Redpath Chautauqua Association For Representative L In this issue appeals the an nouncement of Hon J R Dur ham as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Represent ative subject to the action of the Democratic party at the August j Primary Mr Durham is onO of the most substantial farmers ofe the county and has always been i a successful business man He IEofi IE If nominated be would make aC strong candidate and if elected of would make the county an able representative t For State Treasurer t Mr W A Bunter ot Louisville has announced as a candi date for the Republican nomination for State Treasurer He isH a son of Dr W Godfrey Hunterd For a number of years Mr Hun 0terminghereidnrlDg ial gentleman who makes friends of all whom he meets regardless 1ofthe people who know him He is eminently qualified to fill anyr position to which he might as pine and we have no doubt but that be will carry this county i in the August primary by a handsome majority i Held to Grand Jury Palmer Litsey was tried in the Quarterly Court last Thursday on charge of unlawfully detaint ing Nellie Wright both parties are colored By agreement Judge James R Noe of the Police Court sat in the case It was alleged and sworn to by the prosecuting witness that the Defendant dobtiined hernear Pleasant Grove Church Monday of last week Her mother also swore to having heard her scream and was cop 1 roborated in this by Mr W P Merrittwbo was passing at the time After hearing the testi mony the Court held the defendant to answer to h next term of t the Grand Jury And allowed him i bail in the suin of 800 In de fault of which he was sent to jjailr Bank Slock JSoia Ten shares of Bank stock erejj sold at the Court House door Monday five shares being of thej Peoples Deposit Bank and five shares of the FiratNational l1 In eaOicase the stock sold for more tItan double the par value wbiqh shows the flourishing condition o these institutions A few years ago stock in these banks was selling for slightly above par aud has steadily advanced and persons whp invested their money in stock have reaped largfe percent of profit from semi annual dividends to say nothing of the increase in value of the stock All of which goes to show that it pays to invest int something at home which you caD see is Eolid instead of efol r lowing up some wild cat scheme to get rich quickf such as ifej insurance stock Casket Co tock and lithographing stock magazines s ock and a whole host of others Granting that all these stocks are good yet how much more can be realized by patronizinr the home enterprise Building Being Improved The Furniture store off Leach man Campbell is undergoing repairs this welc the old time alnew 1thto the town This building was out many years ago fora dry goods store and a grocery build ing It was for many years oc cupied by Al M Chord and wI K Robertson and later by Grnndy Claybrooke and Mclntlre Wjtb the repairs being made on this building and the fm provemenp being mnde by Mr A Burns the town will put on new front SpeadngsMond4YIIII On last Monday County C day there was some tall spenrtI ing at the Court House first speaker being Lieut Gov rnor Ed J McDertaott of Lou isville who was introduced in very appropriate speech by the on W C McChordVhoser t ith him in the Constitutional of 1801 He spoke f the weight of the opinion ofa Mr McDermottin that conveng ion Mr McDermott who is a very talented man and able then for about 1hourconsideration that should beb give in a matter of selecting a Governor was bis fitness and the principles for which he stood e claimed that the other candi ates were extreme and hat he lpled the most copserat4ue osition and was consequent1 he most logical candidate At the conclusion his speecu Hon C S Hill Judge L hurman and Hon Jell Henry presented their caims for the ii support of the people in their respective candidacies for Cir cuit Judge All three delivered good speeches and while they indulged in raillery of each other i everything seemed to be in the best of humor and each seemed to enjoy the other fellows speech M Shore 4cret On Tuesday night July 6th will bo presented at the Walnut Street Theatre the Newt England drama Shore Acres The story is of two buhersINat and Martin Berry havelI I been left the estate Shore Acres y their mother Nat being the j elder it fell to his lot to take care off his younger brother Later Nut deeds his interest to his brother and goes to the rebellion when be learns that both are in love with the same girl On Nats return nomelhe findsI his brother beingdtiped by a designing villian w owl try ing to win Martins daughter and believing in him the fa berc consents to their wedding but the girl being lolIpve with a physician of the town objects A runaway is planned and the ry fattier arrives at the sea Ian in time to see the boatwith daugbter ancj sweetheart leaving Seeing a storm ap proaching he goes to the light bouse to prevent the lights from being lit and finds his brother Nat in the act of lighting them A struggle ensues n which Nat overpowers his brother and lights the lamps and the boat escapes tile reefs Later on a Christmas night while the aged fattier sits lonely Lin his New England Pome think ing of his dau her the family are reunited under most happy circumstances Vor Sale Several nice Scotch iOOme pups C L Grundy R lIe t tt ttttt t tON ACCOUNT OF REQUESTS = C r From several parties why weue unabli to call and have their work done Idurlcfjthe 20 days introductory offer I am going to extend my offer of SQ ijer Ifi9eDtoir on all Denial work FOR 10 DAYS MORE Ifiybn rerouriable to come during this tithe be sure to take advantage of this f offeir durinf theneztlO daysCt W V STALLARD D DJSl I+ f a 1f i l Over Mrs Kate Williams MillineryStore 4lL4 rIit 1J Dont Fall to Attend Leachman I I I Campbells j MeModeling sale of their complete stock oi I FURNITURE 11t1l t l t I ij w t ji1 lojj opportunity of a lifetime to buy furniture at your own price W need i IAn money and must make room for the contractors Hence be sure to at j I the slaughter for we mean to sacrifice prices as never before ff jI LL1CAMPBELL v RossReed j Mrrlag611cense was issued Wa week to Mr J Mi Reed ant Miss Annie Rbss of this county tThe bride is daughter of Mr nd Mis Dave Ross and tne robm is an industrious farmer License was also issued to Mr Adam Gowin and Miss Nancy lliott The groom is a son of Mr and Mr S Gbwia and the is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Elliott r PardiewCecil Mr Joseph Earl Cecjl and Mi s Susie Pardiew were married Tuesday morning at 5 oclock by Rev Father Hennessy r The igroom is a sou of Mr and Mrs Tine Cecil anti iis u u tnt rpris ogoung man being en expert bcokke per and accountant and fhas for Som + yeirs Occupied im par to nt positions with the local 2obaccoWarebousosihebrlde iis a daughter of Mrs Martha Pardiew and Is an attractive young lady with a large circle of friends The young couple have6 tHe best wishes of many friends PERSONAL Mrs L D Baker and little daughtea of Bardstbwn visited w friends and relatives here this week MrEa Canpbe11 is spend tng this week with friends in Indianapolis i Mr R H Eddl man wasm Bardstown Monday Mrs Chris Her lien is m Loujsvilb this week Miss Stella Flaugher visited relatives in Bardst wo last week Miss Bara Hagan Bardstown vjsited Mrs Carrie last week IPQuite a number of Washington county people are attending the Chautauqua at Lebanon tbfs week i Mrs Mary Sweeny of Lou isville is Visiting relatives at this place Mrs Annie Kelly who has beet quite ill for the past month is some better Miss Mary Noe spent the weekend of in Louisville Rev 0 R Crowe is spending a few days in Louisvillep Mr B T Gartin of Lebanon was here Monday a Mr W H Spragens of Lebanon candidate for Commonwealths Attorney was here Monday SII Mr JV Spalding of Greens burg was here this week on busi i ness i I Mr and Mrs Bile Clements i 1of Nelson county were here the first of the week Mr Mose Parks of Danville was in town Saturday I Mrs W E Leachman is spen j ding a few days in juouisvflle t Hon W C McOhord is atten 0 ding couIn Greensburg Mrs P D Marks has return 0from McObatd Bbspital in 0 Lebanon much improved in Health I IMr Robert Mayes of Louis ville spent Monday and Toes day hero on business Mr Mayes has bpenedun accounting office intfle LoinsviUe Trust Building in Louisville where be r J L THENEW FIRMrJ M J t A1R111 Shultz 0 Ceo t i i r fJ I ill e1I IL 3i f t 0 j L f i OFFICE B RJaERIErTWS1i 4 th l j l ARShu1tzhassatishqdt1iepeopIofd Was1iiagtoaiJi4sg counties for 30 years WHY NOT YOU Wewii Wfe1dt= 6gw i jrv with you on large or small contracts in tke Hcttkf iILJL t Tinning line Agents for Bude Pumps r rr 11 r GIVE US A GAIL I f Jiio i fi 1TY Yl GRAIND OUTING T + fN 1 1 AND i it l 6 poICN1C r SaturdayJ July 24 tQffjfj AT F REDE RICK STOWN ii Jti tL rtilt t IT eriefitHoIyiriniChurdt Lty r or fl- dilty i t To Eatt tf1 Bestf- i M THL COMMITTEt r W fa i t 0 il The Candidates for Circuit Judge will speak os t win be engaged in expert accoun ting He Thas had considerable experience while on the District Columbia Investigating Com mittee t and we predict for him great success in his n ewenl riso rI Mrs H L Smith is spending few days in Louisville Eons 0 8 Billand Jeff tienrjr candidate for Circuit Judge were in town Monday Miss Mary Boldrick who un derwent an operation for appendicitis at Boldrick Hospital in Lebanon is improving Mr David R Litsen of Ft Whayne Indiana is spending a few days here Democrats Take Notice All Democrats of Washington county whO favorthe Hon E J McDermott as the nominee of the Hemecratic pat rfor Gay ernor of Kentucky at the August rimarY ele tion are nrgeugy re quested to assemble atth Court House in Springatld K1att 0 clock P MJiily 81915 lor t purposoof tkliigsOQe promote the intorM ot IJMDermott V S WH M- AiiiciI r- d SS f 1q I LEBANON GIEIAUTAIJQIJA1 I IJ NE 29to JULY 6SfI DRMNJGHT Wi1lian h t 1 Owen and Cast iha modrrt ay fti vsas ISin tbeHouses I HEAETHADHAP1t4E3y utes byi r ChrmL Beikwhow f jtf 4 to Prealdeut Tsfdarlng lsadsa I1Lec BAND DAY O Pallaria dyaamlo ramai1c s4ac Vt4i and hili baM 4 zENI Uearia MCiIT sckbeajuM C IIPOPULAJtSi riia DAY A thdU asi I 1 pt 10 teNina gr4aMrae tI l IIlIer jfJQYtGGHT j Bov npwra Jps I ever 1i i 7 l W x C v p tl COiBATING OLD AGE THCQSIES XPOUMO V P0 oR MElNIUIIOPV 1- II IrIt JadiPW St AIWt u UM MlV L t 1 PTss MW T k =a ftIIIIIP SI isItLy ks I I taIwtk tks ift that cwdtak a to yspsr L lot adtaUtr 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weakiT I sever kew aayr tUac MM the way tke treat rose te stayed Ii a nleiIWB N cbek from tile YvkoB vpMk Jfa 1iJloJr sapbw of Johm IMr Om Ute way la a moose WM kttftd ftem Ute Wacom la which we WeJ aluM u 4 Sc 1MM earihott There were bears Ae 6r MH bsgkt hoaie a large MiiWr at apeclaeaa incHiding two fitfiit mstedoB teeth one ot which IM yrfBilMd to William T Horn tafr oC New Tat He tbo hfo fht b a maiy photographs of the scenea kW Joariy MASON1CSIGN SAVED HIM rRrtM MfMt Used hy Enfllsh Enl ntr iM W eka1 Runner Dur IfHl the CIvll War A story yahUshed recently desorlb Iacwa Belgian saved himself and jHpiher of his cowntryinen from ttc hy siwTrfcat a Masolc execto tip eAe r te chare of the German irfaMT party recalls am Incident In UIe Aswrlcaa Civil war which asreSaUd te cmr parllam Bitary t lUte tote llr WilliamcorrcipoiIte jtet engineer who sat for someyeari tapurllaa55t for Gatesbeadh actvetvobe aBf ged Ii haiardoas business ol Woekd runner Hit steamer was Jfti tIns captured by a Feflertl gwW tr Chwlestoa and As the h ftrdtng officer bosrdche Id Allan west below to reduce the teaa which had been forced up vjVNtd safety joint daiinr the pursuit H WM Immediately followed by the a1 whontit a pistol to Allans L baud and ald Youre going toII lMf ht ihlplI Oh no Im nbtH iptt d Allan J am going to preventt bur bowing if Troura a llar pflHtheJli4raJJ and be raised his L 41 arauaAt tht earn moment Allan by n Hddfft lnsB wtlon aade a Masonic ItIL The oScers arm dropped at5c sad f aldwtaltjag Allans hand TJiaft all rJgbt Now you talce tbt hip Into prtIAid there whs no more trouble vueft tit Allan was tent a prisoner tirthrUUnltVH ItycWomans Gift to lawball Charlec Bennett famous as a catcher for the noted Detroit team of 188S 1SS7 4sfgts ln telling the story of catchekMltprotector mt- eirc ra a eat worry to Mrs Bennett to ifatck ier Imsbani acting as a target for the speedy twirlers of 30 years a ads abe determined to Invent some ert f iptto o tho Tlbo ot her better Kalf After mack planning assisted by prao tfeal nggottleni frpnj her husband ftho shaped a pad which answered the purpose and which bore some resem blance to the protector of the pr es ont day In a private tryout It worked well and Charles after permitting tho withouttpuboKgreat ftaiftnsAUon as Breanahans shin igurd but Itma4e a hit with the catcnerg and they were quite ready to follow Bennetts lead Leslies Forelttcneo of Early Habits JErof Knelt Haeckel whose Lire Icli1reato j activity Uhta early training My stether ke says would never per mtit vie to to idle for moment If I stood at the window daydreaming isho would always urge me to be up WOUldjurCthis reiterated admonition physical activity became a lifelong habit with nto and work ahmpst a necessity ot nty HUg If I have been jible to ac eesBpliah my full share of labors 1 hU ta tho oasoa I am novtr Idto and I oeaNely know the meanlac K TraNok of tho Human Voice The sound of the speaking rolce rapldlrlBtoheat1l1t1a j tho found persists the echoes overlap faultyadac ltywIdekI aoid a hatf aecendf after utterance Doan BaMaoef the graduate school of JiUtePaISac andliwoccss An Jtaiportant article by iiha- th tehidshMo thooe s vefal factors royer oratlrat laUrferesce and echo la am anIftm at all eemplicaUd aro tkom iT f ocatd1 pevertheleoo ttornOM ta UvvC a net solution r at iIS a jMt 4M ao accuratu M rAsms ylaju in advance A 111 ijirsir 0I- a ba 0 tzsus wbdb er aad sb ojaM M H noi to o otormipi k ia Hrt 6cfi io- resut a method tor h tr oort I1VLr BOTH ORATORS AND WRITERS Chv1C55 cath4 Am ontidnc tablet for discussion is thi writer as orator It Is ot I nndenlablo that the men- talJfa Wtoclifc to to two order 0ix KfftMloa axe wholly different saya a corrMpOKleat otthe Mir IHulcleha1lengeer good writer Li eldom a good speaker noPattingJirightI and ethen who cannot prop erly to put into classes I submit that the number of modern writers who h piaveCanning and Disraeli could write an j speak equally welL Macaulay al th aeitgbhi tes1JU1IJI1entr1orator cf the reform ora t The memorizing by the way not his fault He could not heir k thnowingthat he prepared and he accomplished the extraordinary feat of writing out for publication in his last years when b anerations which he had spoken ten t brwentythOUJht1waswas almost without a riyal ate din neri Public speaking was a torment to atRuskiaheard him never forgot the experi ence Matthew Arnold was a poor 5 IiPSkCXdli1 pitiful But let me suggest a f trewIs rtlanthor Mr Balfour when he likes con w olriteIf tiwLori Morley will live as a writer but he has made great speeches Lordj Curzon writes exactly as he speakt a fondf toorceLord Haldane and Mr Blrrell enjoy the dual faculty They consider Mr Chtfterton and Bernard Sbaw iIT certain respects the greatest master of EnglishlIvelist there Is W B Yeats in whom are combined poetic genius a tine command of prose and a gift of spee h Which at its best is perfectluUncle Sams Name Like many other popular customs the general acceptance of the name Und Sam is traceable to a small cident The occurrence is Just years old and Is associated with Troyrt N Y where after the war of 1812 FHberi Anderson an army contractor purchased a quantity of provisions One of the official provision inspectors Samuel Wilson who because ot is popularity was generally referred to aa qincle Sam WilsonVThe btafes of provisions were tamped Bt A U Sf the first two being the initials of Elbert Anderson and the llast two the usual abbrevla tion fcr United States When one of jthe men engaged in the work of trans erring the boxes was asked one day what the letters stood for he replied Joklnglyrxthat they stood for Ele its lngIItoj point in army circles spread over the country Room for Two When a talk about the German In Taspn pf England was going on a militiaman stationed In Carrickfergus was heard to remark that immediately I the enemy landed in England he would I certainly bolt taking a good stock at provisions and bide in a convenient cave h knew Of Tbe colonej hearing of his unpatri I4IUo resolve called him out next day on parade and iecturea him severely on hit cowardice Youre a disgrace to the regiment and the SeryiceatHarge he cried Fancy you threatening to run away byt l be after you in quick time my man never fearISure an youd be welcome your honor but bring yet own praties an things wont yer colonel London TitBlU i WHY ONE MAN DIDNT TANGO JU WeM Ules to Dance But theMIi PUtIHim Out and the Girl j et tIMt I RmMy Feugnet secretary of tlni Imtricin SUk Manufacturers assocIa pointed out recently in New York that the tango badenlarged the silk business by 250000 new looms and Kindles The tango the onestep the h Usa ancf the other new dances stIVragnet said bate caused the aver lie woman wbp bo qht only one din mer gown a year te the past to twe three art Scar new gowns butI nee the silk trades expansion Its a good thtec for silk MrI P pet Went cmthat all men arent tke Blanc Blanc tat disconsolately in the jnoklng room while all the other guests at a bull were tangoing likeJ Why Blanc what are you doing hem Why arent you out on the floor tangoing man his host asked 1 doat tango Blanc answered You dont tango Incredible Ho p Ba I donttangorWeu e to tango and I would tango only the tJII rreme Sxrtfen C iwven thousand schoo chlldrea ef debOUlOthis spring ant summer by the cham her of commute and Young Men I Christian association Last years con test In which 3600 ehlldren raised ardea stuff ralved at n5000 will be doubled In she this year and the expertacrfeu1turltaWaUar farmer Instead of one large Mtral fair im the aatamm as last usfairevcheei districts the week after school i fa Jivne and the wlaaers at AM win take their exhibits tit a attral place the next day for the iMl cMtt la the fall the pupils whe wish to icier la the Spckaae xtetvbit fahr for prizes offered as gari 1 torn products wilt take their exhibit hidlTldMtty to the lair CorapetltloB la tkM me Mrs wilt M opeu to al1ssW tfourtk e eight a JII sebuolIJllpita win V tfrffct fc M the l1lI sirJJ VS J 1TIIt tlIE DilREfr TIE SEA By JACK NORMAN Te Brittany at the westernmost part of Trance came la the tentk century many thousands of settler who had Just left that pat of England w called Wales to avoid fta rule of e Norman How strange and rude that Brittany How rough and picturesque her pee e Arid an Brittany says a proverb Stubborn as a Briton yeaItorts another And there you have in few words the most striking charac ristics of bothhplateausspreadla 1ne bareness of their myriads of granj Its rocks and the vegetation that can extract a living In the Interstices un del the action of frequent sprinkles d vapor baths exhaled by the Gull stream and blown over by the ocean j eezes This is the countrym sizebutseeming to have inside the skull more elements pf will of tenacity otobo lnacj than the rest of the world That is the man The traveler In Brittany Infallibly andtoMip but we had better ten it and save me Marie Logoff then fourteen years d was the housekeeper ot her fa ter a fisherman of Lannion when the turbulent waves of the British channel crushed the old man and his boat on the reefs The fisherman who und the wreckage on the sands went Marie Ltegoff and told her about his discovery Poor atrl he concluded what are you going to do now Then with Briton brusqueness Youd better go to an orphan asylum Do you want me to do anything about IU The sight of Marie Lego was a phil ful one at bat But her blood did not take long to reveal itself in pulses o tdauntedness and presently restrain g her tears raising her bowed header eyes flashing a fierce determination she said SThank you Just thesameJjohn butt the sea took my living and the sea shall give It back to moor swallow me altogether 4 And two days after she went out to sea with an undo The short trips of her uncles boat 4td not satisfy Marie Legoff as she llonged for a tfcne when she could on a bigger boat light and wrestle with that sea that lad taken her father That time had come with her marj rlage Husband and wife having some motley put it together to buy a sloop of about fifty tons burden and they went to sea doing a coasting trade If the husband had the brevet the wife was the acting captain andi nO lone on board Would have chanced to ay a word about it People from dlf ferent ports of the coast have still that vision of a sloop coming Into port crowded with salls speeding ttsolently amidst an anchorage full of mOored ShiP sand steered by a tall straight energetic woman a veritable picture determination and daring At the very moment when onlook ers breathless anticipated a craslr against pier or wharf Marie Lego uttered a sharp order staysails and anchor dropped at the same time and l quickIself on her cabie After years of highspirited llfv the end came Out day as the sloop pur sued by a maddened sea was feeling her way through a snowstorm and trying to enter the river of Morlalx o t powerfand she was driven helplessly against the rocks Between the ship arid the shore was a rocky reef a verltabfe wall over furiouslyOnly beitft the perilous undertaking The sallprs shopk their heads and muttered That is a sure death Without a word Marie Lego Belted jit fateptsprang to her and shouted What are you doing Marie There Just a blanket of foam on the rocks you cant get across yetgivenstoppedhim saidIImore than a blanket off foam oq ttfce4 rppks Npt I only eHy that I will carry the roper preteatatiOndived Into the raging waters After an age sho gained the surface lence prevailed on board Straining eyes watched her She was dashed forward by a violent surge drawn ba k and buffeted by another but still swimming and struggling she made ropeSudtlenlrthe top of thQ ref anpther ope tossed her to the other side toward the shore She seemed then but a floating thing with her clothes bagged by the wind Finally she stranded still clasping the rope of salvation Shd was seized by the fisher folk who had gathered and watched her audacious act but she was lifeless crushed and torn by- h sharp teeth of the teef Persian Lamb Fur It Is dhngersproducingPelilanlengthbeenan of the atdgriculturel YoungofInvesttgaUonsdis- covering the kind of sheep whose sougbtafterfur belieftheupbornlambslaysolctItpossibility of our own department of agriculturetak thatthetl andIgKNothing to Fuss About Ive been a model husband fonsbc moBth1 g out to die of ennui 1 7L i 7VSVr JL IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIlIIIIiurn MlIIUIItftI fI III11I1I1I1I1I1I11I11III IUIlUllillI UI j t What is Tuberculosis I IIIIINII1IIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIII IIIHIIIHIIHHIIIIIIIIHlllmIiIlUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII j rI UBEBCUEOSIS or consumption known also as phthisis is 1 qfmillionsI because as they multiply they produce small lumps OtUtn bercles The germs art rtilly tiny plantlike parasites so small that they must be 4nagnifi6d hundreds of times tinder a powerful il microscope before one cpr see them at all Being a parasite the germ of tuberculosis like the mistletoe or fungus growth must live by taking life from something else mid on tthis account it lives in tile body of human beings or animals better than anywhere else in the eye the skin the knee or the spine nd mast frequently in the lungs and the other organs of breathing k easilyilledeat at 145 degree P boiling ater or strong alkaline soapsfwashing soda and similar household cleansing solutions will also i kill them If undisturbed the germs of tuberculosis may live outnj side of the body in warm moist dark places such as corners Of j rooms and Hallways for months or even years v Because of the careless habits of people who have consump ion and others the germs of tho disease are everywhere Every j time a person who has the bacilli in his sputum spits on the floor sidewalk or in any other exposed place the germs by the billions ay become dry and when stirred up by a broom or current of air may be inhaled by the chance passer A speck of dust such as one sees in the sunlight may be the resting place hundreds of these tiny germs On this account nearly verybody at some time- ro other breathes in the living germs of tnberoilosisVWhy then doesnt everyone die of tuberculosis Because thel erItainresistant Everyone has a certain normal resistance to tubercu losis If this resistance is lowered for any reason the germs which are almost always present in the body will quickly find som l sue on which they can grow and thus the disease is started It 1 akes more than the presence of the germ in the body to cause tuberculosis It needs also a lowered vitality that will give the germ a chance to grow It is like the seed and the soil The scaley parasite that ruins a rosebush frequently comes from a poorly nourished soil The tubercle bacillus is tije seed the body is the soil If the soil is allowed to lose its normal and natural fertility the seed will prrf duce disease If the soil is kept up to its full strength this parasite seed cannot grow and no tuberculosis will developVOnce the germs begin to grow in the body they produce injury to it in twd ways 1 They destroy tissues The destruction the lung for exam ple may amount to a very small spot or it may bea large cavity and pot infrequently an entire lung The sooner the disease IS dis covered the smaller will be the Amount of tissue destroyed as a general rule 2 The growing gem while it destroysthe body tissues upon which it lives also produces certain poisons or toxins which in turn cause most of the symptoms of the disease Thus while the germs inky be active in the lungs the poison which they off goes through the entire system I commonest early symptoms of consumption are rowI IThe cough or cold lasting a month or longer Loss of weight and appetite 3 Bun down feeling 4 Afternoon temperature 5 Night sweats and 6 Spitting of blood or streaks of blood in sputum The presence of any of these symptoms should lead one v to isjiissoveredexpensive to delay and die NOTE This Is the Firat of a Series of Five Articles Prepared by The National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis Nfcw Yerk CityV 1OXRAY LOCATED THE RING Valuabe Diamond Recovered From Elephant Who Had Mistaken PcanutIperIformed asslstlatII the bills She bad to Undergo an Xi ray examination not because of any physical need of it but because she had jswallowed a diamond ring and Its tbet ItIAccording to the Scientific can Minnie was eating peanuts out of the hand of a man wearing the valuable ring when she playfully sUpped the salivacovered end of her trunk over the fingers of the hand in search of more peanuts and to the astonishment and consternation of the man took the ring along In withdrawing She quickly tossed It Intoler yawn Ing mouth heedless of the futile ef fonts of the owner to make her UroiV it So to locate the ring Xray photographs had to be resorted to Minnies side was marked off into seven sections and seven X ray plates nuplbarptiianother the photographs weje made posttionl eltIni become1IrmlrIl elephantSheIt go down A veterinary surgeon raa summoned and he probed the animals throat for the ring The valuable gem was soon recovered and Minnie was none the worse tot her novel experience HIS NAME AIEN TWISTER But ThirtyThreefor Each Letter If Christppher Ntoboroberebderopol ous a San Mateo bootblack keeps tho solemp pledge he took when he smarted I on his first vacation In three years Will be necessary for him to spendja considerable part of his vacation in ex ercising his penmanship Christopher who usually deletes the first few letters of his real name andI goes under the title of Opolous has sworn that he will spend every cent of his three years savings In travelUg from city to pity until he has inscribed I his full name on as many hotel regis ters as there aro letters in his name This means that he must become rguest id 33 hotels in as many Ufer eat cities It also means that in tha act of registering alone he must form mgrQ than thousand letters Forttunately Christophers savings a to 1200 so be should have ample funds and ample time to carry out the program he has mapped out for him self Christopher made a bet to carry out the terms of his pledge and be back In San Mateo within three months San Francisco Dispatch to the New York Sun t TRADE TROUBLED What fc the matter with theIpouter who called on tha doclorr I 1dont know but I gxww W foiI theahiugleebQUITE 10 yV Vt There UOM tpori wUek k flIstbadop dv wInJ srx Ij Imthac I q HOW TO CATCH G6EASE FISH Sore Hole In Water and Bait Surface With Dried Prunes Fish Swells and Cant Get Back When Fred Heiskell was city editor the Arkansas Gazette a cub re IIof turned fna story that ran l this Buck Seymour was seen with a twoinch auger going down the whatInow Here young man called out theV city editor this story Is incomplete We dont print that kind of items in the Gazette Tell what Buck was ugl with the auger rl didnt find Jut the cub stam mered Well Ill tell you this one tine tI11Iwater and baiting the surface with dried prunes The grease fish cornea out eats the prunes and swells up so he cant get back in the holeNeVi York Evening MallVMerely an Oversight The pasty with the uncut hair had bearded the newspaper editor in his llair and submitted some verselejts iof necessarily for publication but as- a guaranty that bin nerve was still on the Job I fall to see any sense In this stuff growled the man behind the blue pencil The verse carpenter glanced fit the manuscript In the editorial hands Pardon motlhe said 1 made a mistake and handed you a poem Intended for a magazlneLIndlanapols Star He Came From Boston Professor ZUebllri once told the fol lowing story to Illustrate hoW Boston pcoplojaro looked on In the West In San Francisco a gentleman onca gave a boy a nickel for a shine aj beg your pardon sir said tho bootblack handing back the coin The price Is ten cents What exclaimed the gentleman we pay only five cents In Boston 1oUleitf mv cueist Electric Battleship The junited States la the first na tion to use electricity In place ot steam to propel a battleship That thodreadnaughtbe used according to a method that has been perfectedpiter where it has proved most suc cessful manyAsbyelectrlcltydangerous racing of the propellers In heavy seas can bo prevented Then an electricpower plant occupies far less marineamount of energy Finally the coot of maintenance and repairs is long and there la a great muchff coal The naw dreadnauoht will probably have two plants if one gets opt of order the ship can still proceed I mRrvftIieotherA us Pup Tm sorry wo cant suit you In ft dog collar madam Im sorry too said the lady but Fido doesnt seem to care for anything you have ia stock Louisville Cour lerJournaL l ietsientV Tfko v re red mart lis a good InVeor JMat to the amall farmer and he c C allow hsr toaowro thoworkoj tM yiaco abs wit 4 nearly M rui ok rkM I ras 1s 1tMW 27 i r Iji w HUSBAND RESCUEDi DESPAIRING WPS t AfUr FMT Yar CMfets Mrs BdUdc Gm UpDespafr HuihiJ tto RexCat Cafron KyIn an Interesting llitter ffrom this place Mrs Bettle Bullock writes as followsItII suffered for four years with womanly troubles and during this r time iicouldI only sittupOra little while and could not walk anywfiere at an At times I would have severe pains Jamy left side v The doctor was caned faknd his treat meat relieved me for a while but I was soon confined to my bed again After tnt nothing seemed to dome any good IbuIOIlIOWk J Ii adIaveupiadsJ ijr AfJait my buAsild got s a bsk tj ZVnMI1te MMUS teric r tmescM tIkJc I FN wy iitdoee1 CMU M it WH cast MW walk two M iJ JI1IoiIc a rr If art al NIl few ftop twt trouble doit live tip in fiijiiti Card tti htvouiasIoik I 1L f fmore tuna a mMo wiimi ill II fiyears of CHI sittoMH n d surely bep yew toe Yow ftsoW lifarIM Hewtit wm tict Askkte He wM rs me4L Bth hCMM Write tCt IntnJdlOWce IierWlra1J IWs1 II 0 i TVia 4 f The Telephone I and Good Roods 6j Iraj t t I liL i c Thttelephone goesYhandJl lian Iwith roads rtfl The telephone overcomes many otthc obtte cles of bad roads and makes it possible for tIefarmer and other rural residents to transact bus ness in the city iicIwith neighbors ur7 roadsare impassable Progressive ffarmers areiijsistin upon feiii ia6Imodernl i toward eliminating the isolation of fcoiintryv Bfefr Ypy can have a telephone in your homc atv ly Icfpgivingf FARMERS LINE DEPARTMENT 1 Cumberland TdqoM tIi and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED LOUISVILLEKEPITUCKYS Children Cry for Fletchers I TlietKind You Have Always Bongkt siad which HM lice In use for over 80 years Iran born the slgstsi of has been made tender Ua per iMranti supervlMon alee llIafurer no one to deeLveyoI1kAU Counterfeits Imitations and 1I wstassood MM bsExperiments that trifle with and endanger tkbItk 04 infants and ihuIdicnExpei1cnco agai st EXI- t iansiir What ISI CASTORIACnstorin is a harmless substitute for Cwto OH PsVgone Drops and Soothing Syrups Jf Ia PSeaI Itcontains neither Opium uroriibine nor iherflsubstance Its ago is its guarantee It detuys WSand allays Fcverishness It cures Darrkoea a4 WJml Colic It relievos Teething Troubles cizra CuMttp laBt and PlatuTency It assiiuilates the Food jujgriufcii C Stomach and Bowels giving healthy aM jMtwwl VdI0 The ChUdren 1atuicerTho 2Wothers Pr4eu GENUINE CASTOR1AwAvs Bears the Signature of dThe Kind You Have AIwaysllelght Fii Use Feir Ow 3O Ystsnn eeWTAtVTT W55 I 1 DIVORCE YOURSELF FroiBiDirt Dust and DtvtifOiT 1 Jgs rI Combination PIbMMlk4usUpsr Riefrhed1ikiIc tIIiMe sds ju d tI dfk4I1aasdsu bVthee laM feMtfe C55 PtswMtHlfacre psIvdIIiIsS Issue wr=oTM aed iwaJyicIethenslbsirtrelwfi sIc MMntCT Xmi mtmAb iliii mi U YsiuyeDutkyI Pit l TAV iIWatLDf p he Newl Leader and EveningPost359II