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ESTABLISHED fw AHNO DOMINI U3 + r l Jj rLr r l i ft t5rI t COUNTY JULY 8 1915 er Tblfs That I 11TrIJpJilhe News i 1it I1e hfKJte MUet- rt f tJM wtiiriMd from his tWWMMMrd MNMMlt sitg trip r Hpi Tit Ja Arkansas ronvlctotj c tar itif wiven jot wren and fcMF Itt to i lot tjacb wife BfttaM kt pI to Bejtea are forbid IT ti HcMM bM to give tctU e uIPti kerewioea yt fj II4iiieraBernota an wear a4 be werwitho a Jtttttovef Mw air1i the Locc l aIuitrjrli McDofMili 6t Portland Me pMf ILu a Jetater whose smallest ctair fenp i enwtljr like Rnelka a4uii aNde is part of Ibo ajitleri fa l p wtactly J14ie a wamiths foot TAX HECEIPTS CLOSE TO ESTIMATE Of 75000060ilane 1rR f La TffrY 1S PtHJiyly 0000- 0JiL M tfce tasc day of the fiscal i 1 r was nPeCedented Intb histor etjK Munt Induces The rush to Mat MCMK and corporation tnes at late the Onlted States tren8 k WT vaults to the master of income nrid Sfw tkfl taxes alone the sun o mi6iTS 82 about a third of tile col bcBoaa fae tu entire year and Jbe taI receipts for the day weiy 32462 II U a result the deficit for the yeMVM etithaated by Mr McAdod rtHiciI SlOlOOCaSl This shortage whkU k to be charged against the jrAeral fund would have been u sur K taU nS to pay Jncdnjeand cor m atloB taxes projpptly vritbfa the I tIotat tW fiscal year bad riot held back J 1I1eft7 tJYR13rooOQO WJlfcll wilt b t4y carried Into tfce business of the fls catl Nt 191415 says the New YorU- la TIis other words the deficit about fiiMWlMtf Which Secretary McAdoo es ttejfte4 jhfar Statement which he gave ewtMebecB whittled down ton fief idt etc a little more than 1000000 aa4 Kit were sot for the ten days Pace allowed by law would have been wipe4 put entirely and a surplus would kave appeared on the tveaflury boyks W iOre than ttOQOOOThfsl1t jrhicb can be called a moral surplus Is bec0Hjpar d with a deficit last year ofiip9000 and h Btirpjus for lOiS pf SlM1W9 tSecretary McAQoua appceLenslon ol a NrI ip8 deficit wasbased u the sQieiitsof iii Jfvdaal Income lai Ua WlHie WhiCh be estimated Jffiit year wal4 W fraoOO000 end which tell Ilkrt of that amount tJr 23000000 J a result Of the heiT jetelipt JHM ZOhe net baranceIo the generj Iqife of tile1 treasury was Srtrr SsXoS CJED BY MONKEYS GLAND ACretin TOrM4l tnt a Quick VUtod- Koy Operaiion Unique The radical cure of a cretinone cut fcring rom cretinism a dlspase char ncterlzed by physical deformity itn- ihnlwcllltyby prjiftln the tbyroid gland ota uionUey wnstlgsfrilwd at litsbrDrThe patient u child of fourteen years was attacked by mysqedcmd at tbt age of eight as ari utter effect of carlet fever Ob physiealand intel f lectual gtowth stopped Six mouth u Dr YoronouY In the presence of r IIneckgtandof a large baboon Almost immediately the patient be xan to improve iud marked develop merit took place In body laud taint While previously the patient was npr thetlc and stupid be became active and quickwitted Members of the academy consider the operation of great Importance and leading to confirm the great posslblii tieai of eoastructive surgery as Intro rtuce by Dr Alex Crirrel r MEXrCO ROYAL GHOST Ltn4 f the Rumbling Caveofba Sltrvu Hot Springs H Nt sprjnga ot Las SijrraSe TallC df Canlzos In Ji remote jkr Si iM atattr Of Gaprrcrp Mexicol Have ee visited by few people fromllie t world btt UIeY are famous lots14e iIetten dSJibttory jot the 1i1ii rtribeS r tbntJHrt t the rJjtlbItc- Icconllnff to tll natives Ute waters 41 the springs tr jriint iiwdltiii 4propertJ 1Jltdtnt UIlll4 apithgc iyers tthe tnttC batilitig rlJsorkof tin noble iOqItni of tbeTejM iiecaV Aleolbuu and ptber trlhos tWh 0lived lla that rj sloiu OA both cliles of he chief sprtug tbcrenre tinge rocks with bUroRlyph Icsand the tiRtirdsi of uip n bouitl faHjf carved Judging Ctjutfttbe robe worn liy the jifODiea tluli1 stately liP jieoraiice and tbef Jewels nronud Weir o nepksi the Ofhirea must r 5pr sen prlu cesses or Indlw of very high runt Tie sprluj Is itt the entrance to t grotto thvt hits uev Jr been explored Frpmctbc grottci u tUmbling sound re blnjfjlltjtnt thunder Is ty be henn All the time Accordlug to natives till ruHibtell Is ciiused to the ghost of JIxlnj hartIJtefccjpMtrjl three or foUrcentnrJet lie f f ietepitntnrds discovered America v Kl f Hxcatn1oM the tradition fc 5ritH batf as man could be IIi femr dtii people ntrely for the Ieasure Incise tbem file aud committed PINMi hr1Jttfrrt V4flStItet- t1i4o l k4rcae trIiith coJ ttiitI tt wWi thilt f tlw sprbis by u tuu let Thr j EWiiI t JIl U r r litid oIs Uia r w J outb 1r tJtrtl1tlQlk Thst- rjtlL r bbi iwIwi eHlI t lt t1i hits gi- fir tlUthl turt Ittitr th t p Bsxt liinii etf the jHieV IVsT h I dHMLpi lutn tlii i iivc Xevr or I rrwwr m lT5k i 4- tz lfrfeJr r r t t o iitu u XXXIN 2 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY 1itbthu1 1ilIIltlIr ithe Old Home Twii f Do you remember the lazy feli low who used to sit arouidin the barberrsbi predict the faiJuse of gvery boy j I who tried to poUe his nose abjve Itthe common tied Up in the tfvilla e of Salem they used toII cra kj Jots of joiics ut the tpense of a lanl and ungainly t youngf fellow who clerked iin the vilo grocery poled flat boils on the river auasplit rails for a linvig They palhed mm Abe in thoMe days Se became the fQf anti thousands Irora far pace pnftbs eafcb have visited his birthplace near here iodQ him honor They used tto make t nnII of Bill McAdoaback in thy l TdloBilfFecrebJJ7YIof treasury now Bot tUerer Iare a lot ot old tads bac 9t1 the Qdbome town who sprl af bope that Bill will fall over something yet and land in the conaomme ApT Orvijle Wright vas ajegn lar joke id bkoJd home town itn seif that is they joke 9 i 1I1 gr e ws beiog discussed in the lobby of a hotel the other night when Gonr giessnlan Samuel E Window of Massachusetts jjold otan inci dent that happened in l ew England Not 10ng since a wearylooking ihpbo egged for something toI eat at UTe back door of a sit urban home and was gtvenU j wHole mince pie In less than two hours he was btck on the same doorstep Lady said be when tile good housewife answered the timid knockwoUlil you beJkiud enough iio give me the recipe for hitlnince pie what you handed ffiVt1ficnoninguiS hFor merStkes man exclaimed the asioniahed house wife What do you want that recipe for JTo settle abet answered the bpbo My partner says yon use three cups of Portiancl cement to oue cup of molasesy n41 claim you only etwQI and a half Y V F Automobiles rfv Rural Delivery w k The use of the auto for delivery ofmail and rural routes prac tioed aJittle by individuals on their own hoolr is to be teSt tdTy the poslal department It Iis announced from Washington that automobile rural mail de livery routeswill bo established in mays pits of the country bo ginning August 2 Orders lnvve ueen signed by Postmaxt Gu eral Burleson authorizing the opdrationof 105 machines on that date Preparations are being tarried forward for installa fibn of the automobile in th rural mail service wherever the roads will permit Under the new plan routes designated HS Automobile Ouies will be no R gr thapMhorsudrawn vi pbie route i11t thepay will I e uiore Of theAoutes salected to Inlate for automobile mail delivery T ferty four are in Oklahoma twentyeight in Georgia nine teen in California eightin Texas threg inFlorida twd in Penn isylvania undone in Louisiana 1Jiese aggregates OjCO miles of post rads and are the first chosen for the inauguartlon oft e hew system in time doubt jltss hundreds of autos will be soiised The Issue This rear In Kentucky The Republican party by an ov rwheimmg vote Has declarad fort the county CToit as the best and mo t effecvvewajrf of deal lug with tie liqUorqestion and all of the leadlng Republicans 110 tavored State prohibitior including Judge ORear havei aliisupporti party same thingI iti wilt elliminate the liquor queslion as an issue from paigivaud contest will ctimjII fought out hi November between II D rnccracy and Republicanism thinKIthturn the State over to nepu Cinst bliJf edSouldtbe Democrats nomi nate a candidate for state wide prohibition it would split the Democratic party worse than the currency que iiDEulid in 1896 and would result Inn tiling hut defeat WhichI TOU prefer Pemocras county uhitw th tin reasonable assuriyceof success or statewide with tile almost certain resulof turning the State overtto the Republicans Elizabeihtbwo News Text Of Amendment ToiBe Voted In Nov Tbe follawing ameridment to the contitutionof Eetitucky will be sW5m7tied to 1hepeoplebfthe slate at the election to be held next November This amendl Itfflefltwmajoriiy at the leetiou enormoiJ but was pronounfeed invalid by the court of appeals because it hadbeen advertised only sixty dasiusttad of ninety ti3 the constflution provlLsrpff tejct of the amenduWnt Is as r61 tows f fvThe generali assembly shall provide by law an atjnSal tax which with other resources shall be suffifiieht to defray the esti mated expenses of the Ooraoion weslth for each fiscal yoar Taxes shall be llevied and collect ed for public purposes only and slalI be uniform upon all prop erli Ofr tire s line CIa subject to taxation within te territorial limits of tha au hority levying the tax an d provisionsi of under this amendment Of Amended sec tion of tbe cons u itlon classifj iog prop rty zU providing lower ra1 a of xi sion o person all prop llytHteol ontaogible than that upi i5tIs uite hul be subjectd lo Vthe verendum power of thepeiple For Salelyerir1irgi1ly 1 2 year old horse 1 8year od marej guaranteed Jo work anywhere and not afraid of automobiles I1 2horse wagon good ccuditiou Alt er yiudd Springfield i r rSurprise Birthday Dinner t On last Wednesday morning June 23 friends and relatives gathered athe home or J B Jenkins Bpd gave Mrs Jenkins a pleasant surprise for she was 48 years old on that dpy Well filled baskets were brought and tifty peeple ate a beautiful dinI ner every one enjoyed them selves and iiVwas a day of cladl raunfan In the afternoon the scrowd was entertained with music furnished by Miss Ray Jenkins of Mqrtinsvllle Ind and by the Thompson sisters Mrs Jenkins received many beautiful 6 sdts ip J1 n and sweet way thanked all and made every one reelasif they helped to make her fortyeighth birthday one bright spot in her life Those present were Mn and Mrs Jdfl Jenkins and d4 I children Bffi Anda Dewy Marjorie auctEll May Mra Ruth Dennis Mr and Mrs 0 C los 3rand son Henry Mr and Mrs Eisner Keeling and children Reva Ray BercIill Pascell and Vernon Mrs JA Simms and daughter Edith Mrs Bailey Pinktun Mr and Min Ivan Keeling and children Dortfy Ruby and Kerneit Mrs Winnie Scruggs Keeling Mrs Florence Lewis Mr ad Mrs James Mr Bell Keeling Mr and Mrs Clarence Ashby add children Elmer Earl Edna und Printcess Misses RaY Jenkins Nannie Kaaling Martha anJ Gertrude Thompson and Mr Ev rott Hale whotpok pictures oi nil that were present and atcoui the group WeN probably two nf IIb oldest men of the cOunly for G W Jenkins luter n law of Mrs Jenkins was present is98 years old and Mr Unatl Keeling an uncle is 89 years old bothUiave lived to soe their fifth generation i trusC that t ley may live to be with Mrs birthdaYbll fOr rcin sayIWfb hur mny more happy birthdays andmay lithe brightest years fber life follow is theJbndest wish of a guest li Bryan Will Oppose Wilson A Washington dispaiph to the New Yprk4Sun saysi Political advisers of President Wilson have learned definitely that Wil liam J Bryan will oppose the Presidents nomination on the gronnd that Mr Wilsou is bound by the one term plankof of theBaltlmore platform The Presidents friends have learned that Mr Bryan will take the stand that Mr Wisou as u cindidate of tUe convention which adopted the one erm plank la bcund by this princi pie and that regadless of the fact that no legislative act timit 4ng the presidency to one term has been passea by Congress Mr Wilson may notseek to be comethe standard earer of his party in the next national campaign In anticipation of the coming development Jr WiU sons managers have quiety begun prep rationstb cope with Bryan in what may be a factional contest eqal in intensity to the RooseyeitTaft political feudj O d Pipers for salo Ulp ti Ii ii ti 0- tiArlt o STANLEY Candidate ror the Democratic Nomination for Governor Will address the voters of Washington County ii AT SPR NGFIELDy IITn d l NighttJuiYf3 1915 1 l Vi AT 730 PM 1 v 1 IMn5tanley iiv J I of the foremost Orpinthe Country Ip L COME OUT AND H ARHIM 1 f t Poem Made Himi Famousr J Jndoe James H Mulligan died Iat bis home in Lexington last asof1eltocthethe State jSQme years ago he wrote thEt tub poem entitledIn Kent which has been read in allc1cYIi States Tblsipoeua q brought him into prommcTnce as lerarytre tt principally rests Wm rintitin full below ffIn Kentucky e moonlight fallstheaoftet 1Li1 The summer days come oftest In Kentucky Friendship is the strongest lioyes Ijght glows the longest Yet wfong is always wrongest In Keutucky Lit es burdens bar the lightest lirKencucky The home fires burn the brightest I iKentucky While players are the keenest Cards come out the meanest The pocketetlptiea cleanest InKentucky The sun shines ever brightesi In Kentucky The breezes whisper lightest Plain girls In Kentucky are the fewest J Their little hearts are truest Maidens eyes the bluest In Kentucky Orators are the grandest In Kentucky Officials are the blandest In Kentucky Boys are all the fliest Danger ever nighest Taxes are the highest In Kentucky The bluegrasswaves the bluest In Kentucky Yet bluebloods are the fewest In Kentucky Mnhine igttJ i titt liy no means w dearest And yet it seta thequebrest Iii Ketuck The dovenotes are the sadest In Kentucky The streams dance on the gladdest In KentucKY Hip octets arerthe thickev 4ickestThe In Kentucky o The song birds are the sweetest In Kentucky A The thoroughbredsare fleetest lh Kentucky Mountains tower proudest Thunder peals the loudest The landscape is th gtandest And politIcsthe damnedest In Kentucky lt Considr The Powder Puff Verily the days of our most sacred institutions are number ed All flesh is as grass With this lawn mower coming over the hinThe latest cry is Down with the powder puff Thin Ie oLi wbosehshiny noses under the prcftec tion of the powder puff jiave been turned up in derision at wind and sun Yuu wbb haye made rurreptions journeys under the automobile laprobe or the tf1elacei the little first aid to beauty You who clinK witha doTvqing grip to the little wad of down and powder with which yqjd Ida ntly cover your reclcels am deny Times determined efforts What will you do when the dread lawmaker takes awayyour pow derpuff and forces you toap pear unpowdered and unprot c- t1eding public But perhaps iit wontgo that fariI Braver mer than mere lawmakers have quailed before your powder und putT ball The health commis sioners so far are but demand tug that you stick to your own puff on the ground tlai Neith er borrower nor thnthrbo fo loan of Iqses both powder puff and your good complexion But beware The reformer is abroad and nothing is sacreil under his devastajing and ti f 1Notice To The Public From June 19 until July II will Chemical Dry QlE anand press suits Ladies or gents ujso 1 piece dresses for SO cents suits brushed pressea 35 cents spong ed 50 cents Springfield City Tat Phone 9 R LF W BaumbauQr Prop It1EoLELsIETrA1 t e1Hdiwazvqtw oil J Hcgwallow News Fletcher Heastep has a good stove for rent cheap duringtbe summer months Ar some people Lave so much more hair than others Dock Hecks our enterprising toasor ial artist will bereafter cut Itat ten cents a peck Washington Hocks husreturr ed from an unpleasant visit with relatives in the Rre tray vicim tySAstranger rode through aUf midst this week AiMunspecess ful ffortyas mud b1 Rjf fiar low to find but whether he waS coming or goings Tbe farm91otTlIoma IJstgiui abt which series squar meals at allhours at Ticlfville basin stalled a new lot of reafseaki ptbuSiUmbrella over twoor three leaks in hishousetop rrobeMosel anticipated go ing to Bounding Billows lat Friday but did not get there un tihthe next day as his mule balked and bis watch stopped Isaac Hellwanger who in bis younger dajs used to believe neaHyeverything he heard nOoi has got so skepticaV he dosent- neJievobut balLot what hebim self says The posloflice inspector drop P d it to see the JHogwallow pos master a few daj s ago bui did no stay longras the post wasters mind was occupied in a catdane and he wan too busy totalk to htm Duripg a discussion iibot rlhiwarm n front of the blacksmith shop yesterday morning several dgs added local l color L5engait ng in a freeforrall fight An anl got on Miss Flutip Blevhar at Bounding BillowHbe Q her dav but Slim Piccep who bus been trying to do something worthy of admiration for some time immediately We6tfto her rescue rThe ldowof 4he Csllf Rita neighborhood vent to Tickville Stdaand hadsome picturts made The pictures looked very natural as she helda bunch of fluwers in her nand skid wa thinldn of OricketHiekS Since automobiles ere judged by their horse power Sidney Hocks has discovered that he has a mule that is two autqmo ole power Sidney was enlight eiiedon tOtS when the jinim placed a bqtd foot on higlIfiffcjaw Cfab tfancock started out thIs morning to look for tbtlln ii eod of his gourd Vine The vine has been gffiog very rapidlj forthe staiveral weeks and Clap fears that It has got Ove on spmebody elses premises When the front end was last seen itwas headed toward Tobe MOde lluys watermelon pllt b1Sim Flinders apant Tuesday morning wateringhls mule at the trough in the howe lot Tbt mule appeared very thirsty and after spending several hours carrying water from the ppnd Sirs grew alarmed and made an- investigating of both themu and the trough He later pu on his specs and discovered that the trough had no bottom idit j Drowning Cases Thu sr oson which brings bOat- ing aciJid uts and drowning cases is at hand Many lives might be saved if rescuers knew whatt tQ do to revive a person brought from the water apparently drown ed Drp wrung is 8 phase of asphy xiaMon it is deith by a suffocation There is probably nb other form in which the subject rIcm be so far gone and yet re cover rMany lives can be save ik aldrowtiinj cases if the rescuers know what todo and will doJt Last sue persistently The first taipp to doiin a case of drownitfg is to get the Jfaler out of the air passages Lift the patient up allowing the head to hang down Turn the victim upon bin side and prop the mouth opeo Clean out the mouth with the hands if it is filled with sand Pull tbe tongue ontas fares possible without causing injury Fasten it out with r haudker cjifcf passed over the tongue under the thin and buck oyer the neck v Cut the clothes off the body if J necessarys rorllrDEMOC AT1CY8 1Uft i Il1 J JAMES P EtoWARDS t iejunocraUcLieutenant Governor of Kentucky to onAugustpartyIDemocatjc national platform of 1912 and PIattonnotlpartyasuntil changed by the party in convention assembled goverirrtentderlvesgoverned That trabllcofflciaU are serv ants not masters of the people I be otlndlvlduallibertyof socifty heartily Indorse the revlalon of tile tariff downearoa111 Jacfan the acts of the NatlonarAdmlnl tratlottand f ofhyingtillspnin dealing with the European situation and In lila effort to Insure our national peace at all costs save at andbolleveto uphold his hands In the present CJisl2 regardless of party affiliation adntinIStrlitIOuredeem and In redeeming the pledges made to the people In the Democratic platform of In the enaetment of iCctlpn8Insubmit his claim for cIHce to the voters bettormentthat Ute children In all walks of life may eOhRrS of education tlia wilt put them bn ah equal foot Ing with the children and youth of that State now affording tile best educational advantage in the tattte of life I ap prove of the Bremen of Kentucky to especraiiydeer lobhyingI favor removing the prisons of Ken lucky from political and for humane laws- governIng prisoners looking to their re form and in accordance with the advance subjectIof the goernment the abolition of use less offices and that same degree of care1 Jn the expenditure of the peoples money asls exercised In private lut for the the State debt believe llugraf like ati lndl dat should live within Its Income I favor the constitutional amendment taxntlonlnKentuckyshall bear its just proportion of taxaUon and that capital may be Invited to the State to help develop our wonderful nat aquaredealvance lust What it may expect and that Hwijfnqt have to get Into politics to avoid beingnaxed to death anoalio that It can not expect by political influence avoid its Just burden of the expenditure necessary to operate the government permltUngamong all classes of Jabor sufficient to procure fair markets for their product and to prevent the encroachment of mo nopoly on their rights ram in full accord with the spirit of road building and Improvement that Is SThe iwo Farmers TeE SLIPSIOD ARMER The SipLndFa r mQr goes by gues and has all kfndsof biaoK di ncssne dosent keep 1fj bead on straight hilt sticks io t nxethods out of date Yousay brdcelondpfacptin wodern style with modern tools according1 to the latest rules Then youd nvefcoin to belt the birds Bet apswersthrbu h his old strawj lid I doth Vtiymy father did1 iI have no use for modern tn esJ for6gicuitraleilcnedi In schod3 No farmers journal do I need I have no time to sit and read 1Lre too much trouble on rmy mind toutndand talk here till I blind My cows ate all ipro dacin tt whey my hsiis nkye uever learned to lay myVbags ire troubled with the ihumps my horses have the juoiplnp mumpS cur oldstone churn is ut of plum and so the butter wili nut come the well is dry tIe chimney smokes my hired 1Ien are lazy bloke i and I must kick around and Toar jjust as my father did of vpre tr THE MODERN PARIilER The Modern farmer up to da e nas all things running smol th and straight He knows the farmsr tndst a vanceV and knowledge gaio at every chance FoV farming Is iiov blmd iriati s game he winner mutt have cOmprehensve view and know that other fa mers dodw ouiht to Know jjvbut kind pf stock will briug him money by the crock know how to xJomlm1 bugs ard worms und put a primp tndttadlygermi He ought io know wt at kind of graiu wilJ flourish beb onlUU or plain h qught lo know what kind of plila tp give his hQrsei for their Illy a thousazic things be bat to know if he wpuld sidestep grief and so he reads farmer pipers everyday and now tb go one maheait pay it pays i bw dredJimes ottbIpentjes41Rg lPI 1cM I 4LT MJSO4 wabroadniotc lbs s w kta Iaproducts redor I believe witia etateclIBtM Isatially Woownquestlon aM Uaan1Hut IfefirpeIMIW ti illr apptye the aaee Utt eiy Itlaw lit compUaae wIts tIa aapledge ot5911 J 0widefair lo 1ti inveite this 53 ey fland which pays JM aof the Jtaxea of Isfavor of reducJateble conntIon ot bMptcy that 4In West Vlrala aM Tss f mr6tat rzeygeneral lIemerKeatucky for awthat Uu queathta Ivdteta bY a ew Ia dIrt tdance ot the a the uaoiiagdfldosttt tot 00 jh I t It qthinknet that out ftlJIcou thelawl tot1J EriThereare d 5 Should iIUtd l Jguts i enorcet ciYoaaF oSmunity keeps pace with bIIss I l tlrofasae In my power t1h stof it for four rtIMT I bdler VA MftfGIi b eehandperpeairpatiyt I f1ta a lu t rthat arledit must iaf iaIIIIYNII t5but let it is e ChRt mse JMfr4truly equal e e Iswaeach man a tall chance that be y JOI the rearg o 1sa1ttrv us yhave equal asd rIIn lhll eeeM f offleini saIi lrthevekindlyuun the TSw ttoJWardfortheborn In Kentucky y GfIItrJl WefTJ IfK1ILDwjhave ifrgffisraaaaTOgiKpsince MYancestors T fsfortheto Kentucky aka Its fMwL i a r k4uated1 JejUced late in Jefrenoa oovity iwhl1M4Jorityentuclnr LMtHTfor WMty I have to fill this oAee I have Ie the 1 a ofilliiw I ImaUtandirasaid J aflbm tanUthis nomlnatle UlWIll endeavor to wag jwttfc your ei itoeWhatever asiaportinot2ases ta npkv 1t 4 t4es1 MmI44 Kentucky M 1ft4a DesocratIo aatt nrllected nnr TinnlBi wswS e1 and pneup oMtta Drat a Jor1ty1n ovassr ThaElcItw y fi voas s of tltls announeast aMsoliciting Your ntntrtj tclient servant JA8 K 3P1Piti1ffOtO5i ctIsty i 4 GireTWB A r Z- TThe f wbrid Vtefri W eOvw raising bjekng ia Wasr L l eefion an Ahsb M boy y t his early t eiL LrWiboyriIse232bhs Of l ton asipg5tfcrtie iwrf i WIiJti ithei LargtyMIvvw recorded tlali t s i record wsmsd bviiryboyindtnori4ry 1sd JIe 4b- ecame irterss4M i j1ngand6thI4idietOls M tt t 11tbe11 hasraiied232bbsJsofuuu r j onsscreofjs t hrithy 1n t Tjjpg the cbiip iS theJworld J JiWhat Wai Uc L Io IM done ervio vM s ornatol evsryIy IIk boy can ctotfMk u Tberareira + T boys on ths rk zSs St MStattwh9 It is to by gnconroftl W + 4 s tereett fa atriettlMrf o k raising If UMM bofvlff t given a MaU pIo of IIQ tMsotae Meclw i li o plant ao4c 4tir M4 cfawpi WoiOM ot bt aWi4tr ni UMir thMMbM very lar awftjr k ttf chanted spat wsrs OSSV ful barywwihl W tk rft to rsp AboyiaayletbS abet taua f 235 biwlMk cCoora oo msi at PIS tat tO JchlEDUg amks bie1 J wortS WM M k i L004Ia1 i cbavipioSii i t r K1tjl f 137ss1iT Id i11r kIi VlS- SSLHC3ro p tIw M f GeoU Stlkw P 1111 s- nPItaMedand rsble kd 6 pij4iM City Tailur Pboee lt FWRaiai n J 1jurTilt NflSLA R JlJJttG Y 4ulAu ivapI JPOUNallaad pabIibe- rsl1td 5 lit Ky 1fcsmd L J J sI At2irCJ T1il Ur RoLwMLIL4Iza- nst JjItI1 MIMt1 U fy4etonLfli c f jth Pami Or nJn the bteqe wthorfe it JOHN Ii HEW 1 M B4rtw NlK llH1o1 8iI LIIaim for tk D cratic trWCOtlOner i PrimarYt r flt ml JIMIit r J wrtlMfi dto a iM HMe L H ds a di4al 1i wi 1 sc of Utcftit 1Mtrecef hei = Judicial dwtrkt aubject to of thi Ioitc pins Pe iii J M Mtia rind to announce C S t f LdNMa aa candidate M Cirwiit Jvdg tthe sjctito =M dIe DMMeratic party at r i f tcrnNNMfly tf 1rwer sMMisd to ceW1L ta en d tef01 v fiI f 4fca Atthrn 1 ts Ez JMiciAl Dtri sDtiacra ti Its Aiiiim puis y bsLd t aJMoeaec Johny cmonrt Zii 1ea i ss t pact at the Avcoat f J thjT7 tukwytF IN sith4 ie announce JToan iJ I7DSI L oa Ky for die FJfteRtkSeri o apoed of the CoUl i Marfoii and WuUag NEri1 to tke actipWjOl the Demi v t1 tiIttt i iamiMil to ani cejChuJ iaeaadids4efotBeprei F1tskwtbegedt e y tafeu from WaAteg t jet to tiM actioa of the party Ute AUI11Bt prl1 =MOMRMd to MMtince T H U a amdiaw for Represen fU1eK ian lroII WSIbWIt J MbMt ttMthe aetfon of t wtte prt1ft the Aafjustprf 1d y ftare tfcociid to aanounce 1R RepresenfL j ft froi Waingt T JUi tbe Jet titeactoaoftb 9 9i 1 a PiticaJilt lact ibita as i i1d kavebeenJDade J1L 1J Os eIfe ofMr Iierpent Mq r rI i 2 W A ericas leading rfaMa1ol ail the same 4jt B aUeeJpt to wreck the J jMiat f jiby rnment of the Unit gfrti W Both dastardly acts i fGlahiWtfcat they were carefully p4aid1std that it was the work 95TMHM organization unfrleqdly V 1Ms Govtrnment The onlY CMiriit kj to iwiB that all su c- brwaioMoflbeJw are puohh r ti iMit v t ttMB they will not tfiMjHfeTMttd a they arev Eome Ii1Ij at wear destin 3a rr ier 5 r f Forst View I i i L3Oll have not heard from IjkiPoreetVew corusponde oit m timu we wilI an make SifiJi pearance witba few 4it1iswithgsfrom this place ftt teIOOUrt at Lebtn Monday r tad Mrs John OBry kn r Pt BDnday with the latters b6i iit parents Mr an4 Mrs Joe Ryans near St Hose Mrs George WheatJY of Lou iayille was visiting her daughterri Mj Alex Hamilton recently tMzr a dMrs Wallace Carried wera the gqest of friends andII relatives at this pjace Saturday and Sunday Mf and Mrs John Thomas of taaton were the guethof Mr andMrsJ M Smith ndayI Little Frank and Leo Carricb of Louisville are with their grandmother rs M E Garflco for several weeks visit We have been having lots ofI ram for several daYbOL atthfgj writing it seems as it we arego inKl to have some pretty weather which the crbpsaraneedinK very much iiss LzzieB1andIordwhoha been very ill for several months isoofci qQUchjmproved at this writing Mr SidneySmith ofLouisville siii here for atshort visiti with his pareutsI v Misses Ester and Teresa Bell Riney entertained seyjeral of their young friends last Tuesday jnigut We will sing offand come agn whenyehave mbre news t McDerniqtt Club OrganizedI A mass meeting of the suit ttfuJQffor Governor at the August pri mary held at the Court House in SpringfielifKY July 3rd wasj cfclled to order by W H McElroy wbo afterstating the object of e meeting called for oomiua for chairman of the ineetin- IeteupGn Mr W H McEJlroy as elected chairman and J Chas Greene secretary Upon the itiaip stating that further busipesswasjnpV- in ordei W C MuChord offered the following resolutions hiChw reu nan iO S adopted v We the Democrats of Wash ington county who favor the Bdn Edward McDermott as the iiemocratic nominee for Governor of KeutucUy approve the call for a convention ofihe friends of Mr McDermoct to iake such action as may be deem ioterjkWe believe that for the Demo cratic party to secure success against the Temporary reunited factions of the Republican party wtiich will confrou t us in Novem ar hePewocraticpartymus- les t as nominee a candidate Governor who bit not alliedI either of the irreconsilable1JfQr ofthepartybat he must a man who has theconQdence ot that great number of jude pendent thinking voters wbo in every election are prompted by ta desire to promote the best in terestot the State Mr Mcper motts capacity as a lawyer his ong exderience in the lawmale ijhg department of the Rov rna went hisi conservative views all subjects his great interest m the general welfare of the state are well known and we CJmII mend him to all thinking d crate as the only logical d moi Jthj oil whom the two conflicting unllellwho favor the nomination of Mr McDermott form an organization iin Washington County to pro mole his intere51and lothRtlend elect a county and secretary and treasurer and the chairman of this meeting be jJ authorized to appoint a county r 5 oneJcint the member of each precint Iso appointed the chatrrnan- committeeJtobedPpointjj f 01i man the ptecint committeeto consist of suehm t chairman may deem propert The chairman appointed the following committeemen Dr W W RaY Springfield- No 8 J S Osborne Springfield No 9W C McChord Spring field No 10 Hugh Auberry Fredicl town JQ Goode Potts HItlwelr Kellys Shop Admirer of Manly Art belnigiven thanhastlon Two men were brought the other policeothavingnon They Bald they had a quarrelI and went out on the greea with na tures weapons to settle it dlfjadmiration you went toa public com toon to settle your differences in sway Englishmen used to do more fre pltylYoUanyone or obstructing people and I shall cUa charge youIGet Ring Lot Many YeafSo Mrs Rosa Kenney Winston of Wind BorN O has Just received from Secretary Daniels a ring which her father surgeonlostat the close of the civil war When Mrs Winston learned the Constellation was undergoing repairs StarSpangledBanner sh 1nlelsThe Iroa bittaonreposed more than forty years lees Create New Variety of Potatoes responsiblefor radlMlUtonboitatThe1 bees carried pollen from the blossoms of one patch to the blossoms wrimetIhmtheJ + Indian Dancers Are Irish A stage dancer in London says that the next dancer who will be famous ytiil not be an Indian or a Persian U1l be the Irish she saysBAa mutter of fact most of the famous dian t dancers of today are IDej America has contributed her s fhey have come from eV rTWJwew LOOKS TO PUBLIC WELFARE t Kansas City Institution Might Well Be Copied by Other Big Cent of copulatIonIThe board of public welfare to anI Institution in which Kansas City hal cet an example for the whole country Delegations from other places repeat edIT have visited the city to study the workings of the board with the Idea of applying its principles at home The latest city to take the matter up Is Chicago Recently Mr Jacob Bllllkopf of the Kansas City board j was Invited to explain its operation to the Chicago Association of Coq merce Following hls address nn ordinance has been introduced In lbs Chicago council by PfbfC E Mer riam 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 houses and gather Information on gen oral working conditions as vrel as to help persons find Wprk The second the bureau of social surveys to col Information on living conditions IIteetChicago and to recommend ordinances for their betterment The Judiciary committee of the conUI1opdIgenerally are beginning to assume larger responsibilities for better con flltlons Wu of T lvlnlfto the flood of bpok cir Inefemng his appearance ias an brought upon Win Wu Ting Fang writes to his publishers These books are not Interesting to pie first because I have no time to rpad books of a general nature see InterestedIl t uplifting Works eels becaupa they ara fiction I GRAND OUTING I 1 = AND ii t I f PICNICI h titurdayJuly 24 1915- tcA1AT t I i FEDE 1C KSTOwN Kjj N I I t J For Benefit HolyjrinityI Church Best ol Order I 11PJty11ak r I 1 i I rJ t w i i TCOMMITTIE i + i k t 1tiit1JiJatts fy Circuit Judre wilt speafcon this occasion t1 TENTH ANNUAL BLUEGRASS FAIR OPENS I AT LEXINGTON flONOAYYAUGI22- I 2 I InIBest Fair In the Middle West Numerous Attractions t dudtoE John C Weherfs Prize Bund of the World WILMINA HAMHANN SOPRANO WITH WEBEES BAND L1T GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KY AVG 2 TO 7 S INGE Its organization In the Blue Grass Fair has taken full ranK with largest and best state fairs and expositions In tbe country It has Justly become known j as the largesUibrse show in the worjd It is the only fair which offers a full quota and a classification for breeding classes of the three great breeds of American horses as well tg show class es amplified aid arranged In a man ner which makes tholr tllBtlnctlon dear Pitched on n Inrgvr and more exten sive scale than ever before with the ccrtalcty of increased interest on count of various added features this years Fair promises to ecllpscrall pre vious records Numerous additions end Improve meats have been made In the mutter of show rings and amusement featutes have beet secured of n kind and to an extent that Justify the belief that the Fair will not only prove more valuable than ever to the live xtock Interests of Kentucky but also morw attractive to those who visjt L In addition to the weanllLf and yearling divisions five stakes are offered In the show clnsscj for saddle horse llAtt3ctlve Program Each Day programsj bredIservice are donated by various owners and should attract the atteiitiou of the l entire horse world The Fair will open on Monday 4u z wEea an attractlvp teeing proJErmnJ shQWiBand with some of the lbest KOloUts muj181gb class artists will be heard In front of the praiul stand In choice se lections and popular ballads every qft eruoou und eveulnp antI iliarg a great treat In store for the music lov ing public of the lime Oraxs region On Tuesday tbe 3d the big mule show always a most liitecestlnB fcu ture of the Blue Grass Fair will be shown aud the classp for ipoultry anI pigeons will be jutl ed In tlio iqqltry llpusfj Great pljuv rings lacIijiUnB the 00 stakes for saddle hredcotts fqals of 1015 the Kentnrky stakes for five salted saddle horses two I years old music by Weberji nand and Vo enlists will helpout a great program On icJasliinentibnjid above c11i for Jack s oclc the Wuc Gran itaKe far Oft palled saddle liorseg stallion mare or gelding four years old and over etc will be shown in front of the cmncl stand Thursday Is always a great day antI nn extra program has been arranged The forenoon will be taken up vlth the breeding classes for American saddle horses theprlzes for which are particularly rich and desirable and certain ttl brfuj aimit it magnificent show lu tin ofttruoou win be wit nessed the Kentucky stake for five frgaUod saddle horses for three ycon ccUC1ltrr1qgJlmhiqs also various rings In Ute shorojnwes for roadsters fine harness Ifories etc Friday will be Shetland pony day in addltidn tri n varied program of show tfasscii running races harnesn race ajnd other attractive onturoa rhoroughbrodl Saturday ICSaturdllfl Is rtlwpjx known Tio- rstJihrtl ht fte t rIngc- u 0 MINUTE ELECT InjWhat is probably the Bmallest working electric motor in the world was exhibited recently at the TJniver shy of North Dakota by I T Ned land a jeweler of Hillsboro N D who made it It weighs 34 grains and its dimensions aret Length 0563 inches height 0291 inoh width 0336 inch diameter of anna ture 0071 inch diameter of Oom mutator 00106 inch The armature weighs four grains A 25volt bat tery supplies the energy 1ANEARNED TITLE That gentleman in the check suit introduced himself to me as a ecien BCIIPIltistHe is a swindler but lies never been cjxnght Philadelphia Eve njna LeCfver r which bring together many of the most noted thoroughbred horses train the greatest nurseries In Kentucky in ad Upn to cash premiums seasons to such great horses as Jack Atkins Fair Play Trap I ock Watervale Stalwart and others are offered The afternoon program is one of the most interesting of the entire week as IIt Includes all championships in which final contests occur between winners of tho individual classes during the preceding days of the iafr The rule governing the classes requires nIl animals eligible to show In these rings or forfeit money won in the previous show and this rule wit be strictly adhered to thereby as suring large fields and affording the public the opportunity of seeing the winners brought together The week promises to be not only a gala one for Lexington but a record breaking one in tho history of the Blue- Grass I and Mouth Oiieate Qu account of the dUease now prey trexistIngof the Blue UrasR Inlr bus Ucoiued It wlw to eliminate the HuMta for cat Up swine and IcileelloThey regret they are compelled to do so but under existing clrcumstaocea could not jdo otherwise mple Hotel Accommodations and Rail way Facilities The comfort and convenience of nfl exhibitors and patrons will receive the careful attention of the management Conyenteut railway facUlties ample hotel accommodations and a better or canteatlon In every way for handling the crowds Insure n pleasant and prof table time to all who accept our cor dial Invitation to attend this great annual event The board of directors desire to take this opportunity of erprcssInR their ap preciation to those whiMc cTorts hare helpcd build this ItistltulFou und ask for theIr cuuporatioii lu the future Speed PfOSRm twobnrnessQCfCBlup Qrnss Knlr lig2 to 7 the condi tions and slol5ost to to announced at a later lay The running nice will be under the supervision of Mr 4 iiV ftoss which assures an attractive program In that dcpartinott Jursios wIll bo given tar trotters and lIu ritoaeh1t1tljo ontrlo which will close aboutttchll days efor the opening day of UIP PJilr hrijes of the NntJjJtnJ Trotlng Florse association will govern all harness events Womaht Department The WomnnB Department of the ue Grass Fair to lie held at Lexlng1 tton tug 2 to 7 will be more impor- tantantI extensive thin year than before The premium list has cverI vised and clashes offered cover every kind of womans work and table luxuries Thp third ttobr of the Art ptrtJmoutj attractive exhibits of tho Big Fnlr Half Fare Rates to Pair Do not fall lo visit the Bhte Grass Felt nt Lexington tlio week ol Aug 2 nlllrnUrontlKnoon sad evonlnff begInning Sunday Aug there wilt bo mn nlOcpnt band uueorts with high clans vocalists in a THiid fuicrodoopcert = Qstbering JIfb certain the gathering of oak leaves Is a late summer and autumn Industry Puisr big through the scqtlon wherQ the In dustry is carried on one sees the sides of houses and barns or any other place out of doors where tho branches car hang to dry filled with row after row if bunches of oak After drying for two weeks they are put In bales for shipment Last year one man gathered over 300 bunches a day and had over twelve tons tar shipment The price is1 bout 50 a ton and there is a brisk demand In European titled for the oak branches thus pre pared There are 100 limbs In a bundle and 100 bundles in a bale The leaves are free Jar the taking mostly Still some owners of woodland are themIselvor cultivate It seems as If the crop vee a zift of uatora 1 f j t i r tW f 1 t r J i t ASAFE INVESTMEm fr 4 PAYING 7 0 i J tii FflE FROM STATE COUNTY AND CITY TAXESr i t IiN THE STAT OF KENTUCKY o JUf Ce C5 MENGEL Bio Coy 4 f 7 ti fJO 7 STOCKd j r i t tL i j w Par Yaks Starts siooV tlitJliOo 1tiJil r y aePREFEIRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND R 10r E1S 1 f I fi t 4QmcnlyDivmdend Ditos first MDnday in March June SeptcmberandDccember 4t J t deeniabJe as a wJtoleodn partpt any time t the option r tltlicrmpanJ at 125 ana ciued dividend tt fsICAPITALIZTION t F1I- AuthoriaJ j OimattJ5 1c A ii50OOOpsfCommon 1 YffG r Important features regarding the business 6f this Companyancl Iylr thlS Issue of stock may be sunmririzod briefly as follows t if ItTh stock is a 1cal mvestment for trust funirt tic State v fof Kentucky f JJ Et J 2 The company has no bonded or mortgage indebtednets 1 t t4 Mengc1andkk i t t cng an mCOPoratcIn as Mcngpl u Bro ACQi r runder the lana of the L atc of entuelkYt and tub bet1 couotij J 4L succefduringtewholepcriodqf38yqars f1 1 1iibII f 4 The busirys of the Company i the manufacture of Mahogsmy j f 4 tLumber anl iineesi and it is the largest importer MahoganVlnV t ritheTTnitoi stt tea its proportion of the entiromiportation in 19U1X JA g 18d 24 lOU 14 1914 16 f t t 5in le gil proceedings for the issue of the above Preferrd t I f Stok have ben passed Upon by Judge Alex P iphrdr 4 i i tArchibald B Young Esq of Louisville t I tc 1i1 ty4if v I ta 4 SHAREDIVV S i r irttf t Accrued Dividends to bp Added L o 1 1 k fh4fPalt fk 4 fit c JAMES C ILLSqN 9t imn d t 4ri 4L0UISVIILE TRUST CO ALMSTEDT IOIDa trH CdO JOHN W St D S GREEN i WAKEFIELD eO I jtttJ fr I il LOUl5VlLLE KY a i ii li j f IsSpecial rgiving complete details of the above issue o Pre X iIt erredStQckiay eobtained andpaYIIlf for heR fas 1 ittthd Ijif 1 jlii vlA t lJt4 t FIRST NATIONAL BANK jJ t1t11 t afIrJl J2 tr1 lio W i 1 r ilFfr JfIt ij ii 1 tt I 1 tPJ FffRMERS OrO wn8HINnION eQnNi Greeting i l The undersigned fire and cyclon insurance compacy has stlbII8hedr sgfiii within yuir reach in charg or R Q Brotvn In Springfield and solicits your insurane a We come 18 you with some history behind us and reputatioI Jhaic to wijck we s reference for your consideration 6i This dompany was organlzd lo October 1806 ana fur these eighteen yeapa be wholly in t counties of Fayettet Franklin Woodford Shelby Boyle Merder AsMrs amine Garrard and Lincoln fn which haveterjritqry ve upwards of tS5OOOQOsurimes1i IstHroltcarried by wideawakeJsubstantial business farmers and bankers lawyers aid Mr e1 ofmen owninbfam property in these countiea Many qf these cWry iggrtftate inseraa f fBOOO to 20000 and hive continuously done Sofqr from ten to eighteen Jean Naaesdddsof such will befurnished ttIvslhlscompany doiij husi8 1pXej1iC that Insoma frtsbion every penny paid into it goes risutbacklnio circulation agal itiM itB0 dijit4 section it was gotten from It l pr1overi ten coiinti 3 It writes j ustone kind wlr4bsl are D1a cdmpos 4i of BJX M sMMjM bMi ness farmers roost of whom have ben Ulciwhoinsurapceuft It These men and others i Jtbettoacai nqe among fr wereinatrarnAtiliMiUMtaKiitititii i Iand from Iongexpdiehce with It have demonstrated a great saviiig of jMraiCOettselves in practicing their preochmejut lrancei fcatit l i ofpi Until recently a company like this was restricted ia lie erritory totem tsowmtJ 1tfwH c of public sentiment then StftMifg co w kvsprvi it Ibwhy not tentj1 or 120 Fayette county saysitls good thing sodoe rsk1i iJl tbhShi lOireCEnUvfIypatronizingWe come to you with clean bauds and guarantee thatwepweiiot peeiy o1r riEwhh a record and saisvtSeepurrepresentatIvb Jtyrespect 11J r I 11ntipky Giers InMiraflce to4rt jIitftt r ConpyiN JAsFHiin S ft r i i Raw or Cookear BaconThis paper says that the German bee crop this year is eipect ed to produce not less than 2500000 tons of raw sugar Egbert I should think It hot enough over there this year to1 produce the sugar cooked boston Spfrtaa Hubbl see that Chinese streets are always made crooked to keep the evil IDubbAndtheImore crooked the streets tho saloons there are onem snoreJ l I ILet the Child Name Itself I I Why writes a correspondent to theII London Chronicle should pot InfantsII be numbered and allowed to choose I their own names on attaining years discretion It would free par ofII from great responsibilities and alsoII from lifelong reproaches from the children whom in momenta of enthualr I IitchanerI Lwhomcrushing of Cronje bestowed the names Mqdderjna Robertina Suchafcame aa that can never be lived down anl it handlcaps a woman because It be 1 ays her age j ni qtEAt FAiuf cmr-whIsk UiT I w4iulL IfuS yI eI 1krMIsshPR ILI I PcPith HOME LIFEI r J 2bIrjegeanthrtiljagstorles M sndtItneIsart1cheaf iii fsyerdai 1LIJ LIlli I people SpecUl deputlDentJ The MCCALL SMAGAZINETIUolplnUIDd Ex Ben 4hwtcactoo IMPI terCountt7Ltre11k51A H atRadIn36Whotwo iLsIrL So4 u r EaQ tee thIs Orwt Mr fras OPy FREE br1I41D1r miwiue1 Nw I ssZ4rs Acttfre Iy Writer Ca M 1i hsmwrTs GeM to Mus The NewsLeader and Evening Post 3 50 t I wEw i11 BROWN qzwr k cWJQOXLT 1AA Lig Wipid udQnnn rka peiiLy T SOt YOUR PATdAE o aPalMCJftBU r xT 15J I I i ilflJ C ljJtD Pkymiuikr osktO9AL1to2pmp OHa1tDrugStorec 1i WL I F1 TRUSrY T DENTIST 1 i t Qtk vnet Raydon k Barber c fbiWOrktThsonbi pdeO4 f Jt 4 pI MtDt RJ HAMILTON r t 8FIxor1LD K x ey Ic 1t lcrClJ tFhO1C f u e IIA IL a 8ssL ts1QOt Z tr DiM W HYATT t EtJi ceboirs 1080 air llpUtoiip m I iI j WfF GRIGBYt bri lTOftHEY AT LAWo1f j SPSCPIO4S sk1 r1INeFIZtL kX- t f IAL1woMEN 0bs st sowi ClMUUiBC Md udM all UMfUeII 1iIIIIA AMI1s c I 1111 dIII elu 1111 i AftRsdI IIaatlMpUc for dorkM 1 trstag oirth IIaIMlmafJea prcr h Isua of IrthOSt u4tHt rfeais UtbAi 01JW tit ig thJ4yd1 It PbtkJaaa OoluM reeizrndd PaxUaeto Iwyt ootTIORlio with sss rjAfch piwr 1tZ aperiodty wea whtf UTe b fa t rM Mr ing K ta fw rtk to wIihtiioId AtfIl N Me krM oEor by k c Toiut eo BEoL 1IWL Strttberry fllntsmf li01T MD SpDfi TREES lh ri ui oYr frioferingof there t trk1ecllumlk PelrlPltltON erA IlP2tCIt1O 1 No Agents IF ilIcleler SOlS 154 f taxingtoii Kjr 1QI y t WO dos0cCa UI repar forajr KooUqwe Bwea1IJJIUoa JILU IBM of tii1 LMWIt1 r V COHWW LATE TOtl V YW R UjaJLen tf EfotlsnvAcctralni 2 tS Chime y M Pepcw Who Hultft Kwli j Way s people always com ktR to f0411Il dlnaers Is a question I l s kMl etC luiper ik Depews vetS I V JlK 1i 54 tt m ous dinerout IDsu inr e wcs tcomplidjentary to Urdj t gwttn CoIa c 1ate to dinner said Mr Dew Ig a form of egotism It Jaa M 1H8Jlr affected to command at teatiefi The person irho comes last i M Terji JftU knows that the other J p will W llfonned who It Is that fIi tUlt his or br entrance will be an event With some people It is a sort qi advertisement of haYing j remeaabere only when It was too late R L to get ready la time becauso of such a jjflrXto c11t145 of eagagements 3v Many years ago onO prpmlnent lady ttt wu always late for dinner Her ex H na were Innumerable and always SRflSi jMtf fltt tttotIott of the whole V TOO5 like a speech before d1i1neri t tent her aa Invitation tQ one of my liiawMrs AxIng the time balf an hour i SS jWfere the hour named for the other i tiv1td guests Consequently Bhewas t i S j sot Vst to arrive and did not keep iV Ule Jo paay waiting She never fox kX i Tt t f A Of course In Europe rpyalty Is ILlI f 11Jte for dinner so an to give an torall the guests to alIi J 1T It anyone comes after 1 has arrlve therbaveitt royaUrt tIJar tJ the meantime having I pear 4 from the ta11e I i w f i i4amIM EM Producer 4e5 flrMUyM TMiTfoli as are the won JJ q iS TMilHai Jtxalght be well to ie iT tfcrWirtrta laformation VIUh r MCT 11f It JiI NN 4 that an American ii fafiBMc Hawtf jCyrM Ipilffle who has jbct prMfMtfic IfA faradpx valley Colorado CMM JrQ recently brln he with bIrB Mck of radlur J tMrias orr aii4 4ape4 some of these lit tH kiikig foaotala vied b1thWsA a atIt E 1 JIIC to Whiff- lefS water IweaiM tro gly rad toa tlve fr ucoa fthmMi EaiIhfM tofe 4 1f11reggs have ialned steadily la strength aiiJ ihaf ill theft aiLments have dlsap wed Tr 7L r 1f TOWN Thi L 4 = flp1isnIt s1 =elk Product aM Lattct I JI FIiUsIa For jrosr Horaes and Cows try t sackof Arrow jBrand Molasses peed BDLakeCoO- S L Brady Springfield r r 3 hM for sale one long yearling roan Shorthorn bull If you iwant to make your Oiaftry pay you must feed them- orrdlt1y Try Arrow Brand Poultry Iced For sale byB D- akeCo For Sale Several nice Scotch Collie pups CL GrondyRRl Mr JobnT Mcllvoy of this1 c801at Birsch Bros of okena Ill 14 head of cqwfe and calves at an average o- f4O per nead preachthai SupWpreach at night1It feeing the uftito service of the Christian ibYhrinnc Methodist hurch at the Methodfotchurcb The Earl Hawk Stock Corn pany are filling a weeks en gagement here in a large tent V the lot on East Main Street The show is a good clean oneil and large crowds are attending each performance A series of meetings will begin i churchjconducted by the pastor O F Baxter asbist d by Rev C C Terrelj formerly 6t Texas the new pastor of the First Baptist church Winchester A mass meeting oi the Demo atic voters was called byt 6X Haydoo Ohairman of the Democratic County Committee InehLat Mooresville last Sat urday for the purpose of elect a precinctf committeeman to I l the vacau y causid bylih j removal from the county or tEJoeBodine Mr A W Eddie an was elected unanimously J I The Bardstown Ghautanqua cosed Ilast Friday after a soc cessfnl meeting The Lebanon Cbautauqna which held a weeks meeting came to a successful ose Tuesday evening Miss eilson one of the leading sing of America sang on thet 111IIasMr H E Case wbo has beenf engaged in the livery business for some time with the firm of Brown Case Anderson hasC old his interest to Mr W E Brown and the firm will now be Brown Case Brown Mr veryICase satsfieqhistrde cided as to just what business ne will engage in The gent- leWbWhW TOPIG81 1 I lRAAaa A Aro 1IO rModel GUARANTEZD- Prices Sanitary Office Reasonable Office over Mrs Kate WilliamaStore Tel 220 DrvW Vaughn Stallard men who now compose the firm are all experienced livery men and under their management this stable will continue to com mand the patronage it basal- ways enjoyed The open meeting of the Wo mans Club Which was Adver postponedtoat 700 o loqk pm it the Court Bouse programhasbeen are interested intbe Womans Club and the welfare of the town Admissionfree Electrical Storm The county was visited by morninglastaaybreak and there was quite a display of lightening and heavy thunder the chimney of the residence of Mr McOlelland was struck as was also a tree stand ing on the sidewalk in front of Mr Johu F Simms residence Nursing at Boldri Infirmary Miss Nora Smith who enjoys quite a good rlutationas a trained nurse in this county has accepted a position as nurse at the Boldrick Infirmary in Lab anon Ky While Miss Noras friends rejoice for her success in this new position yet the families who have baen accustomed to employ liar in sickness will regret thatshe has moved from r9ur midst but will seek her assistance when it becomes necessary tto goo an Infirmary Police Court 2Monday was the regular term of the Springfield Police Court there were several default judgments taken1 and lut one case in which there was a contest this was the case at Za k Barnett vs S D Royalty which Involved u settlement of claims growing out of a contract for sawing lumber to which Mr Royalty plead a count ril im of various items alleged to have been Jfunvshed the plaintiff Judgment was given for the plaintiff BaseBall The Fans of the County who delight in the sport of thee Dia IReport of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK Springfield in the State of Kentucky at the close of business June 23 1915 y 4 RESOURCES tt 771Overdraftsl 6000000Secu 400000ISubscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank 600000 300000Banking622500Due138955DueChicago and St Uuis 0 1810058 Dne from approved reserve agents in other reserve 986350Due17003Chectst Outside cnecks and other cash items 81770 22440NofesLawful money reserve in nkl 55S 708215Legaltender402400Redemptioncent of circulation tSS4L 260000 Total LL 835760874= 1 LIABILITIES I Capital stock paid in LL li 50 00000 5000000Undivided iLess 162tt60IndIvidual467559Clrculatng 00DueCertificates of depositdue in less than days 2237564 13924528CertificatesSSiODeposits 3716137 I BillS payable nc1uding obligations representingmoney borrowed 7Total f 2 50000ii 35760874 ftST4rn or KENTUCIt Jsct r County of VWashirigtpi i f solemnlyjlweartl 1 and bellet JC MCELROY Cashier f Subscribed and sworn to before me Correct fittest IIthis 5th day of July 1915 B L L THOMPSONSGRUNDY Notary Public Director a ij l wRI LT mend will have an opportunity during Jhe next few days to see some real last placing as the local boys will cress bats with the Oerteisof Louisville today tomorrow and Saturday The games will be played at HIgh School Park and will be called at2p m each day The Oer tela are quite a stronwteam aud1 have been playing some gooil ball during this season j and as our local team has also been playing st me good balll we way j expect some tall playing Our team cleaned up for Bardstown last Chautauqua Friday to at tbeBardstownI and the Bardsiown team were not t slouch players either It ina esI nodifferenceJvho wins in the rI coming games they will be good zanies in either event ComeIn and see the Two Badgers the Three Baggers the Borne Runs and the Strike outs IStanley to SpeaK JTheJ i speak at the Court House next1 Tuesday night Mr Stanley is a man of National prominence and toolr a first place in the de bates in the national Congress he is a Very eloquent orator 13e lug amaster of the English lan I guage and of the art of elocution He will draw a large crowd Oftt both his adherents and of those who are apposed to him Hist iollowera are arranging for a demonstration in his honor McChesney Coming t Hon H V McOhesney will speak at the CourtHouse Friday luly 16th 1915 in the interest of his Candidacy for the office of Governor r4r McChesney has spoken in Springfield several times before when be was not a candidate and has always had good crowds He is a very en tertaining speaker add illustrates his points with apt jjokes He has many warm frient8 in SpringfieldaId will bav u good hearing Family un onfJudge and Mrs T S Yankey had a family reunion last Tues iay evening Those present were Mr Andrew G Yaukey who has been filling a responsible position in the Philippine Islands for the past five years Revand Mrs tW Carter and children of Wilmore Ky Mrs W JSchoenei and children of Bl eksburg Va and Muses Lena Yankey IEIizatsallIeand sisters of Judge Yankey and members ofI the family who reside in the county Run Over By Train While crossing the railroad crossing above Lebanon ast Sunday night Mr 8 Kirtley aa moo was the victim of an accident which will most proba 6ly cost him his life He was driving a horse hitched toa buggy ani the animal is suppos eftto have taken fright at the approaching train and backed Iin such a way that the train struck thejbuggy demolishing it killing the horse and throwing the unfortunate young matrse eral feet crushing bis sku- lHei8 a son of Mr CbarlesR Harmon formerly of this county and a very bright young man and a recent graduate of the Lebanon High School Teachers Institute IThe Washingtoncounty Teach will be hold at the Court House next week be mining Monday July 12 and continuing until Friday Juy lOih following Wednesday will be Trustees Pay and all theTrustees of he county are expected to be in attendance I Trustees Day was a great day last year and was well attended The idea is agodone as ftt brings the Trustees Into closer communication with the teacheis aad paces them in such aposi lion that they can see for llbemt jselve the respective qualifications of the different teachersS and bearing the llectures will be in better position to jadge the merits of ihe teicherwill know that In Visiting the schools they are not intruders but are dis charging a legal duty i1On Thursday night the Corn mencement exercises of the Graduates of the Common Schools will be held at the same place1 at which there will be a good muslcai program and ad dresses will be delivered by Irof George W Colyin and Prot aimpsonRobefts The diplomas LiUhanrunthat biM1Riuni 4 Th xty the sfiperintendentapd all tba pupils who graduated both in January and in May should be present as the commencement much to them The Institute will be under the direction of a competent Instructo and will be well worth attending by all in terested in the cause of educa tion New Mill To Open I dash to notify the public that I wnl in the near future en a Flour Mill at Texas KyIlop will be prepared to do custom grinding both of wheat and corn as 1 already baye a grist milltinperaIon by July Will appreciate your patronage K Pinkston PERSONAL Misses Mildred arid Mary Lake are visiting friends at Lou isville and Henryville lcd Mrs Mary Sweeney and Miss Lizzie Leachman are visiting relatives at Harrodsburg f Mrs Lucy Rogers of Lebanon is visiting relatives at this place Mr and Mrs 0 R MoWhoiS er have returned rom a visit to relatives at Campbellsville Rev and Mrs R E C Law son have returned home from a months stay at Dawson Springs Mrs Nannie Leacbman spent befltofthe week with friends at Lebanon r Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes of Louisville spent the Fourth with relatives here Mrs Annie Kelly who has been quite ill for the past month Is convalescing Misses Btownie Martin and Lucile Noe are visiting friends at Lexington and Hazard Messrs C W Noe Evan Rees and JJ Graves were in Louis villa Monday Mrs J L Barber enertalned at Six Oclock Dinner Wednesday of llafrweek Those iii attend onCe were Mr arId Mrs G C Warton Pro George Colvin and wife and Mr and Mrs Joe Pet us A seven course dinner wasserved to the guest arid a very pleasant evening spent Mrs R g3 Boblitt is very ill at her home Mr and Mrs J C Gordon of Harrodsburg are the guests of relatives and friends here Mrs TW Sitnth9Sr enter tallied the Womans Club yesterday aternoon Miss Susie Penn is the guest of riends in Lexington1l Miss Edwiniai Myers of Chicago is the guest of friends here Mr Thomas Smith and sister of Bardstown are the guests of relatives here Mr and Mrs G L Haydon Mr and Mrs 01 J Haydon and Miss Margaret Haydon attended th9 Spaldlngrjurst wedding in Bard town last week Mr Downing Robertson left yesterday for Louisville Miss Ruth Chybrooke has bden spending a few days in town riRev J P Tucker is in Loufe villa today lMrJe ClaY rook was in Bardstown Monday Mrs Frank Pettus and Miss Louise Hay don spent last week iin Bardstown Miss Liizie llaydon spent Saturday inLouisville MjsS Fanny Walls left yesterday for a trip North Tathum Springs Mr Clarence Kays a promis ing yoong farmer and Miss Vul eria Coulter were married at the Vhcme of Rev J A Simms Sunday afternoon The groom isa son of Mr and Mrs Abraham Simms aiid the bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Charlie Coitec and a very charm ig vemanytllrtends and Mrs J M Royalty 1Mr tiding a few days io Bar rodsburg Mis Effie Pinkston is visiting her cousin Miss Ka ling of Sprngfled Mr Oliver Rogers and family of Taylors villa were the guests of Ms Rogersf Parents Rev Fatcbett and wife last week J I pI r JtT r I CAL1AT ij L t iJ DuncansI I I 1 I t f f WE QUOTE E 1 Hart Schaffner Worth Man 25to35 SuitS 1750tO2375r t 5r s t fnrlMens and dnldrens Knee Puts Siifii v At Especally Low PrIces f II Padrn Bwh Suits at 600to1210 11r Horsheim and Beacon Oxfords and Pap ia Patet dm Metal J I Tan and White GMTMJ at cbiIac o PW i Panama and Straw Rats Deep Cut fm Special run on White Goad Voiles Crepet Paaainai and Gabaiducs f- I t 1 IS fug Specialsi i i- I I We are majcing clean up prices on Carpets Mathng Rugs tt- I Lace Curtains and Wall Paper I I9x12iWALL PAPER 4c to 20c I J 1 c I LACE CURTAINS SOc toS QO LPNNM cuNc 1 s 1j4 THE NEVT FiRMIt f w J I t R Shiiltz1 811C1o1l f il ti v tl L OFFICE BARBED PETTUS I 4 A R Shultz has satisfied the people ofassaii4 1j iic untitfor 30 years WHY NOT YOU WewJ Wfefe fipre smallcontracts in tke Hettisf P1iIgwith you 6n large or IIf Tinning line Agents ffor Bnclceye Puaps l ihy l UI VEts A GALLt tr J4 i 4 o W04 U i r 1 Visiting relatives in this com mooity the past week Mr Earl Royalty and Miss Edna Gott spent Sunday with ToS Royally and flm lyIMr Charlie Grider and family spent Saturday nighti and Sin day with their parents at this placepSMr Silas Burkhead bought hW and calf from Mr BH1 Will ham price 4 60 Asa Foster bought from Jas Durs two shoats at2OOapIecle j rTh1 ritlMN4tdt R1 The crusad recently launckd Si many cities to exterminate the rnoe quito should bo taken up all over the country While more formidable It some placesthan others It should mot daunt a people who have imade such definite Inroads against pests and pur veyors of disease tn general as we have In late years Indeed we have Included even the mosquito In our con quest to euch an extent as apparently 1spreadslearned the primary lesson In all such crusades namely the relative value ot modern sanitation Cleaning oat Jhe breeding places doing away with Standing water or marshes and remov Inrthe cause of mbsqultcraedlns tU the first step to be taken and that M we say has been taken to a large e tent 4 TRADE TROU1LE What is the matter WIII1thI1MS penter who called on the doctorr I dont knbw butlgueahei the shingles V QUflE3O j v t TbereonaspOrtWblckI41SII t the dogs Wiitiait r- M1L I 1 21 kti iiN tireTo I The hbltc t 1J 1 1I JIII- I 1 I r I I amnow1nposIt1onocluaPalIS Ladies atldGents SWits ItisisfteiW l I water procn a1d prift4 for III I Ctieal IItDry cleindprem1d fr j U S I LadlS and GehU woolen salts cktiKiliilir0 cleaned and pressed V J t One pi ce dresse ar v rysi Jr Silk Waist ytlivj It Girdles Wift aK d GI VQl 1 Ties 1 Skilt t Jackets I want ttb state to the uIk J t J fI every TuesdllITbursdy anarity rshW u 4- I water wash Palni Beacl Sits erfxy Mo sy W iWi y I andFrlday afternoon I also make LJt ta4 QiotV I Garment alter reline repair r aid aenta 61ta brashihoU 8poist IItaaiespF 11BuibMsrPr1pr1SpI1i HGNZ v L = j The Jjousvie Times and NewsLeadk- Qneyearfor45 I t DEVOTIBIY Bill Iy Iy IZOLA rOKKSTER Wbr are the DWcIaftr Nam tumbled over IttiM jnUtoa a atarOod wclanattom p0sir1 ElIsSb Ilk itrtb aro your at m ud1 IIA mv 1e stc M goclS Thl1athe ofabtthsreceP ball lay sd Ia e4 It t 1kiIt after Md 4 rut nors ttaa thV-UM Hit down tNatH omtatoi ft UbSVItbSISPbSYCOItl tctiwttlahr kow Mira =and hhMMrt irrappM MOM IWT T clMd brto ft COTMT was Vho V Mttdatfrom the eit Jt WU p S4d aaaIfr ywmatJfcoa bat satfloa out at oaoiroai It MM fHBot It over aad road oa tko kiaSwZs boyish writs g iw o St d iMt- b1s blC assatr aM buIiborr 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JIJt 3og He I HMoa WM iMad ia k4iI1IIke et taitto iho JCIlo The ancient t r 1idaa 4tatiiti practiced the artI otflfa Iiettheir work taftloMod to ihta aky ia akulte Iwond la ofd owrfad jnoaajh by tiof 1C H fit 4Coiaaia a milvor Ity Ttaoo i rfo Foes tbs aattfolty ef c 1tbt SM MYoal to w the Ibei 7t dusd aa thoi Jit Si jan aio yraortly ap r u Jtai otaf oC tb MaLlet with kaf MBft jNoHnga M pooaoo Cta aa of today Aflswhkb- psit1iarcoaM fcot to tbsa eke j rvnrlt tif Tta latkiy kaj1agee41aa- IymI iee1 JIitsb kthe nag It wMi ia set i t Uandy AcbsMth5j hswlilt at lb sasIWactsaiu ring aa ItlI k17 J RMay-A rugI g u I 1bt hak bd p 1Le PCa tar iar k J TL tII rJ EtI Mst US Jwdewet ljleM C frTMS Pip IIIIIOtl VLxR To-t rnTfco aoaefit cilio from teeerpert css4p Jti Sen I1Iia1wr warn tWuRoauiBio Vtotto tif STM uuIIttta Qnoa C1OyW wf a tuned to tiao e1Nrhit loaoajKtfco Bari 7Megw1Ichthdd- tnt plant eoatalBii irvM ft ef oaorgyjor the class ot watt la thit so Me tvpKtlwr he tataufOB nMoaoaooBt oC hoot float trwa tIM air feto taffc eotts ks fora 4batwW be Moor noei by growlric Jlaatfl Owi t the MUM and Quick te Trhlck these green crop ayb- e4eesepaedj the BtimulatJoa of the Xiiuadent free mftrefoa blttcacfcvi IS krpafkt oct muck sooner rjfcaawili dry material that bcaut ad iificnlt to tHeconapose Sit dwrins atlry spell the green mar rWO h added la very great tvintiUerf BxooMlTO ertfofatloa may result Ex pclenti have shown that the acid frrodwcod la ueoU from this kind ot Iwaiurinf k Mot great enuusi to pre 9mt BltrlAcaUoa Tke farmer JHIt use Judgment In se rlootiec the meet economical crop for 1Io1 q10 kin partcu1r The bme giving a mrJantzroWtJ of KoTto and costing but little to grew ila aosiratio A noftlegumiaovw plant Mas fWMaMe tfaltbRlatIBthe tree nitro jp K fixing erganlamB focnd for pound M the Sants at the leguminous family The fttkat a plaat is set tram the JeftWM faptty dais not keep it from eiig a1n as manure This farm t manarlag tide fair to recelTo net teal mere of aUentkm la eV crfature l i In recent researches at Burnt Castle Hndia Prof 0 V Muller of Bombay lays he was shown a large number of records dating from 1760 to 1830 which had been recently discovered the cells nf the castle These were largely price lists and other valuable to a study of Indian e matterI I history The most however waa a proclamation written ch1tFeahwa Bajl Rao declared that he had 1omln1ons j dlsIPoJJedtodesire tq operate It he would do atj the fine of his life and the confiscation of all his worldly pcs sessions Finally the document was signed by order of Mountstuart Ell jseerotaryj jj still most perfect seal qf plphlnstone Tasks for European S t tcsrneni i fOne hundred years ago the congres f of Vienna was at work In an endeay oi4 to readjust the map of Europe the same kthat the European statesmen will be called upon to per form when the present great conflict inended4 Curiously enough the ques oalof Poland constituted one of the theiat the next great conference of IW111 nations following ithe present war century ago as now the nationalsi Instinct of Russia aimed at nothing abOrt of claiming possession of the whole of Poland And then as now JEngland Was incJ1ned to keep anxious watch upon the excessive aggranulzei ment of Russia and to oppose the JAtter8 plans for the annexation ot Poland luchanana lMblle Lire One hundred years ago James Buch anan who In Inter life bccame Presl jient of the United States was elected a member of the house of tepres nta tives in the Pennsylvania legislature This marked the beginning ot Mrv thetimorheparty He disapproved of the war with England but did not shirk the duties of an American citizen when the war became a fact and was himself one of the first volunteers to march to the de tense of Baltimore Mr Buchanan retired from the legislature at the end of his second term with A deter inlnatlbn to abandon political life and devote himself exclusively to the prac tice of law A few years later however he was induced to accept dee iUon to congress and soon became a figure of national prominenpe NonRetroactive A New York salesman tells otastay made by him at a western hotel whera he 9bserved an oldfashioned roller towel Says asked the Gothamito ot a man in the washroom dont the own er of this hotel know that its against the law of the state of Illinois to use roller towels now 4He knows it right enough said tile man addressed but that law wasnt puwad when this towel waa ntaNSlIn a iuSo Spfeleigh ic studjin law f IYe and from his looks I Imnginq he has teen practicing llo too much at ftp bar litI PREMONITORY J DfobQsmiydo you call Crouch leigh the human tadpole Slobbs rOh lie always feala that 8has a kick QmiDg ROM Houoo Irj a Parfe Its Is strikingly cbmbine4 in the suggestlon ttat the Betsy ROM house la Philadelphia be dethe center of a park by tearing Ara Betghbwing structures which 14Iy sUrround itOae el the promoters of the project has fouad that within two years there i4 Swve bone lOOAre aiarms within a radius ot twe squares of the tipuso It Is estl ato4 that200000 would be MtlD OKt ite proTioo for an open kpsjce 1M feet by ISO arouM the little build lag Tkaaat ftrbke the aouMWMre tfco ANt Aaerkaa Slag WM S wl be pieteet 5cA- re f sad 4 Wroatklm pae Mliitifl I arto tt apart of the city ieit faIL fiff J 1tsa mer coia- mt uY fIhr Uepeb 1 n L WORkIN8 FOR HIS MAJESTY SKl AfeeVPerfictly Ththful Ut ritwett te Chmbermlda1 n QloIMtleflJRco z thSpunishkgation Sttje story about the jjof Spin Cuig Alfonso he began wia incogRetregj noCastlle1iI putup with Ids modest entourage at a more than modest inn a1lghingthatWEll they did not know him there They treated him like an or dinary traTeler So muchsp in fact that when he went fo shave the next morning he found there was no Dir Tor in his room So he went down into the innyard in his shirtsleeves end there A chambermaid brought him a broken iece of mirror which he set np beside the well and proceed ed to lather cheeks and chin The girl atoodcattingwitibiin- Finally she said in a odd voice You are not just an ordinary traTcler are youzi thptlaughedII 1 dont know said the maid TJut tteres someUiingabbui t y6u perhaps jOU belong to royil court at Madrid Yes I doheanswdred Perhaps you work for his maj esty himself u Yes I do And what do you do for him If asked the pretty tambermaKL IUOhlotis of things the king Tto plied Im shavjng him just nOwa WHY REMEMBER THE UGLY Would Seem to Be as Easy to Recall Points of Beauty of Ones Acquaintances Did you ever experience the sensa physicallydescnibcd pen to know that you were within ear shot If so you may have heard yourself pictured as that shortlegged man With the scraggly gray mustache you know You Tnay have been pained or amused llall depends URdnyour sense of humor or the tness of things But do notdespalr at your portrait Just listen some time to a pair ot men when one of them is trying to recall to his companion a thirdindividual the litter seen perhaps only once years ago by the auditor The gentleman Jogging the other mans memory Is likely to skeh the absentee In a few thefolfIOWlng fellow with long yellow teethhe parted his hair near his ear and bo bad a scar on his coin Now r do cheerfully replies the ottfer at this piece of graphic des rip tion and then adds his own touch He was with a lItUA chap who stut tered and wore hvig spectacles of toiS tome shell And the interesting question it brings up is why do people generally speaking remark defects and singu larities rather than perfections and beauties A man with llong yellow teeth might have had flue and a noble head sot upon his shoulders and stammerhigtongue and an artists hands We are assured 4hat beauty is every whisro yet people seem to take part cular note of theugly No doubt it is easier to see the ugly than the beauti tnt In humanity but why take the eaa lor way GENERALLY A POOR EXCUSE Person Whs Says I4 Havent Time Most Frequently Means Havent Managed Well Lack of time wisely declares Anne Rittenhouse is usually l c1liot organ ization which is borne out by the fact that the busiest men and women who havo accomplished much in their lives are those to whom we turn when we want something quickly done and we are not kept waiting That lsnI1ox periendeo common to all of us that it does not need enlarging We often ask ourselves why this is so and It wo would only search deep enough we would find the answer in the pow er of organization iud elimination possesesd by those persons- A woman will tell you with an ox travagant loss of nonOlid vitality tow much she has done iiow It keeps nor from getting her costume finished or an important book read or noteS writ ten or friends attended to orilie newspapers jglanced over and Awhile aho t lling yQUhow little time she has because she iIpso rushed she Is using up xaluabTeSngments in which much could be accomplished also tir ttnGIand raspinfr her nerves IL she would give over the ht1f hours a day that sho axpcnds in say aclIIs and freer from nervous iollcment than sho has ver been Talking takes it outof one nud a constant repetition of how muck one ins to do and how difficult It1a to find time for the right things orihe nrtls tic finish of any occupation only In creases the burden of those things and worse still accentuated them to puch a degree that they grow out of alt proportion to their value qbristfanScltncerlghtI brain pictures become actualities if gne indulges In then and that we create trouble for ourselves by talk Ing of it fill the time would save nervous strain in a remarkable way and make the wheels of life run far more smoothly Turpinlte Is English invenxioti It was an English chemist who first achieved the discovery that made tho deadly gas turplnite possible A gen eratlon ago hc told the British asso elation how fie had produced an ar BOnious gas so fatal in Its effects that the liberation of an inflnltoalmal por Lion of It meant instant death to the person who Inhaled It M Turpln bos conT rted It after yeau ot experl ment into themoat terrlbleenglnepr War kaowa toB 1enceinI Is sdcL Ila7 MAY CALL THEMaLAN6LEYS r Move to HonorthcMemor of thif Flra Man Who Dreamed of Aviation The reading world has become Ti nlliar with the word rraube and nn derstands that It stands for a Ger man aeroplane Men read every day of flying machines that are called a Wright a Cprtlssa Bleriot a Farman a BrIstol a Morane Saulnier and other names fastened to t avIatortj model modeL differing from some other tangbytite Und original service to aviation rendered by tho late Prof Samuelt Plerrepont Langley of Washl jfon- joinedinmightIhavetheto flying machines that are heavier than air beonlhrought I bald Hopkins of Washington and Frank Warren Hackett hrfs seconded perhapsthearmy and navy upon this subject being favorIrectlons that henceforth the govern Luugfysthe unselfish devotion of the late Samuel PIerr pont Langley to the fiolu don of the problem of aorlal flight j prinoiplehastbecninformed Americans and that our r country ought to enjoy the honbrthat would attach to the coming Into use r of this term r AeroptaneiPhosphorescent ships for night exhibitions for adv rUsing and for increasing safety In night flights are rio proposed and phosphorescent model flyIng machines were recently exhibited before an Amprican aeronautic society By some new methodsthe light may tntjfplanes painted with tis phosphor strikingI weightI enoughI eqtt stimulate the glow JW the machine tould be given a soaking Jn light before going aloft ate night Sablrdaj Evening Post v t Revives a Venerabfe Wlttlclcm The bat the rat movement in Kan sas recalls the story of the traveling witch as published a generation or youthinlghtsIkilling r r ts in the place She as entertained and 1m mediately after breakfast the next depnrII picking up a stick lying close by sho leaned forward resting with one end of the stick on the floor and the other tn both hands said Bring oa your vtatM Kansw City Star lONE IDEA OF EARLY RISING Senator Lorirrfer and Representative j Rolney Learn SomethIng of Break fast Hour in Arkansas Senator Lorimer and Congressman Jtainey of Illinois will never forget their trip down the Illinois and MIs- sissippi rivers several years ago when they Bought to blaze the way for a deep waterway iTho senator and I had many novel experiences on that trip said I ainey andIitirbannenJJforty miles north of tho Arkansas line when it dawned upon us that wo- ought to put up for tho night It was beastly dark but we heard the barking Qf dogs arid surmised we had struck a lumber camp I jumped out and knocked all the ibark off my shins getting over driftt wood logs P finally sighted c hut and begged a woman there to find Jodgfng for two Well pay twice tho regular rates thatjour way I said For a time thowom an hesitated but the proffers of double payment overcame her and she con1 senfcd to let us stop What time can you have usupt I askedSwlV fhe rlrd wo unf down here have breakfast at four but If you gentlemen must got up early I reckon I canyix It for youStL- outs PostDispatch IiProviding for His FuturetSo you have decided tosend your boy to college Mr Wasserby Yes My boy is too modest to make hip way In this world Judging from the effect college has on other youths I flgur0 that three or four nlsoodUroit = n IN A DEPARTMENT STORE BiibyrHello Jones got n itridti Job here i a Joiisslm afro8p olrfmant Im Ta4tlng for my change IialUlln lSII n II II IJUJ ill iiimu UIIIIIIJ Ilut aun n II Ulllll1l1l UltQ tatchmg W Tuberculosis 01= = Infectionf i EIIIU lI Ilili iiIII i n III illllllIt 1IItlllllih nil IIjj 15Tro P the iaanwho works for his living falling sikivithtiibz culosjs nieaiis a very real danger not Only to his own life but to the lives of his wife and children as welL His weal ther nihboy may lay aside his routine cares and tae the cure for tuberculosis without materially affecting his familys health or inobme The consumptive workingman on the other hand 1must give uphis3ob and with it his only income and at the same t time ho is frequently compelled to reinain at home a constant source of danger to his family unless he is properly instructed It sttitoringtyourbodyS 54 personInuires repeated oiil1 as and certain special conditionsto pass the germs from the sick to the well It is not inherited but must be communicated through one of the following sources from cine per son to another lThe infection is derived in the very large majority oi cases I from the sputum discharged from open or ulcerating tubercles in the lungs 2 A certain number of persdas chiefly infants estimated vari ously from one td ten per cent of all cases receive the infection from the milk of tuberculous cOws 3 A very low others may possibly obtain the infection from the urine and fecal discharges of consumptives or from th pus joints or other phrts of the body WhICh are the seat of nlceratinr tuberculosis f4 In a few extremely rare instances the infection is conveyed through the bloodl of the mother toian unborn child but tho off spring seldom survive long t5 No nfection can be conveyed from tuberculosis of the closed or rio tilcerated variety or after ulcerations are ccm pletedly healed With regard to the manner of infection still bearing in mind that tuberculosis must be cctomunijatod from one person to another we findthat by far the most frequtnt mode of infection isby inhala ti n j the secpnd is by swallowing and the lleast commoI by inoou latibn oa wound or abrasion Considering each of these modes of infection a little more Carefully we learn that 1 The bacoilli are inhaled most often in dust The dust most ofton contaminated by carolcss pitting but the germs may 1i8 DO given out in the act of coughing with the mouth unpro or hawkinc sneezing loud talking singing or laughing breathing carries nq infection 2 The ba cilli may jbe swallowed with food which has been contaminated with infecfea hands or otherwise and also with the milk butter and other dairy products derived from cows sufferings from bovine tuberculosis I 3 Inoculation by the infection of cuts scratches or abrasions js not frequently observed While no age race or class is immune ag inst infection from tuberculosis children arc more susceptible than anyone else ft At the age of 15 frequently as high as 75 per cent of the population may show the presence of the gemis though not that many may be sick with tuberculosis In view however of the fact that these jernfs may lay quiet itf the body of the child for years until with unfavorable surroundings his resistance is lowered causing the ierI sease to develop it is extremely important that fathers and mothers do everything possible to keep their children away from danger df infection in their earlier years niggedIloam or not should be sornpulosly careful in tneir habits of spitting find person hygiene4Jhe working father owe it not only to his own health but to that of his children to avoid tuberculosis every possible way I h fNOTE ThI isIhe Second of a Series of Five Articles Prepared by The National AcsoclaMon for the Study and Prevention of YubercUlosis New York City FARMER RAQFORD ON L WOMAN SUFFRAGE The honio is the grae eat contribu tion of women to the world tha hcartbatpno is her throne Our so clalstructurp is bpilt around her and charlaHert 9f iifgraces and liar power are the cumulative products of genoratlona oll queenly coRquMt and her crown exalted wouianaooU Is jeweled wit the wisdom of batty mothers She has been a gro it factor In the glIQ1i of our country ad her noble achieve menu should not be rnarred or her hallowed influence Righted by tb coarser dutlM of cltiaoihip Araor can chivalry should uovor permit her to bear the burdens of defending and j tpreserveU uencoB of potitica rand protect her from the Tveiffety raaponslbillttea the sordjd affairs of life that will crush her ideal sad lower her stand aids The motherhood of the farta Is our Inspiration she iI tit guardia of our domeaUuVelfare ant a toa higher life but directing guldoi fairs of feoverniowdt is not mans Bpiwro nod political goad would GAUM her to neglecttlw horn forgei to mane tour clethM ad biir the biscuits J RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS Wp flood sooial centers where dai young lyjopig caD be datorUiiaelii amused and instreeted under the diI rection of cultured clean toad com petent 1eadzhtp where surroundings stir the lore tqc tho beautiful where art charges the a mQs hero with hmpfraUon and pow r aid innocent amHMmonts laetruc anjl brifhten their llips To hold our yfiung people on th farm wo must make farm life attractive as well as the buslngea of farming more reniunorutiva i school house should be the jmcial I unit PTotetly equipped tornol1rlshln UQ building character fio that thaijUyae our people on properly arouJdiit and become supplied wit thdnbtjessary elements of btzpj Bought and activity j Education Isa developing of ft mind not a stuffing of tho memory Digest what you road Old men hays visions young men bare dreams Successful farmers plow deep whllo sluggards sleep The growing of legumes will retard soil depletion and greatly add toIU power to produce What They Expected Ma better lock up ttib bOiroo and tubsrWhyAnd hide tho phonograph and thong evendollar records For goodness sakosJf And while youre at it youd better put away your fancy dishes ond got out those old bluo things you hate ior Whats gettin into you pan i Weyo ifQoJOt to give em the sort of country f1feI thar axpoef Detroit nee Press SELDOM IS TRUE REFLECTION 1 Person Wo Sfce Defends on What Mirror Lock Into and Not Ath Are Complimentary Here saia5 Mrs Spattick oIs Eom thing that I have always said mystmfa d IiqwliIf Is fa the hawspa POll Cae seldom sees ones true reflection in a mirror iNOW here II a real optimigti tb served Swasiiek have always wanted to think thatl Every time rhave duringiltoa11ing my golden looks and trying on new ihats mid suIts I have had a sad wist feeling on hoholding my Image J never knew what 1 sighed forI lngJabout the forbidding scowl that haunt my features through no connivance on my part about the scared look of my oars and the TJIsterlsh disposition of my topknot beUtyIthat 1 craved it was only the com rotting knowledge that I didnt really glassImirrors said Mrs Swastlck thoughtfully There aro some glastss tnat i mk a person look beautifuL I wul like to thlnkthiit ihoy are somowliorb Inear rlfht anyway DWtU said Swastlck IiMflr saw Ij Mirror that flittered me as much as others knock me There Is a riiir ror in the elevator that gives intf a rather ranged look bet most of them ilmpolitotteoque me JJshould that ladles dreaoiag tur toInom dress by the ballroom mltrors so they COUld know exact tJy bow theY were going tolobfc tt the U a t 3Itserne tolaxBamiforaTaiman to alboomeViat she looks entirely dffferfent 1LaU tsilt how she Hllook to herself id the ballroom 1Jrorth1 bothers her It is howMe will leek to tho rest antohInnoR mirror how la she ever going to knew It Is veiy uniwtlsctory for 1a wOJBannever to bo able to know ex IOcurtly how she loqksy I suppose It would be better know Ufe worst murmured Swstldt I IT WORRIED HER If 1Ir remefl3ICr J you eriji1lOLO afcod the bridft ofn fltlMIWhXio I loi retaGplbrt jeiacdljj replied the young hUiibanil XlWhy do jim aakr i Vhj I 1Ti raiding today in the paper Ihtt it fe said that in JOlt led DttledI r me Emtoo old kno- wanyThthgabottliaV yt risk one ptthb girls Thiyia1udyt- hgitSu rr w SJr5rIrt 1 HL7SBANDU4P j After Four Years of Dwc mcMff- v C nins Mrs Mack GTt UpinDespakS Came to Rejcae f Catron KyIci an interestliigletter from this place Mrs Betfie pullock writes as follows VII suffered for four yeare with vomanly irriubles1and during flt1me I could only sit up Ifor a while and could not walk liuIel all Attimes I would have severe pates In my left side i11e doctor wascalled- inentrelieved in andeat me for a while butrwas soon confined to my tted again After Ciat nothing seemed to dp nrI any good L MIl oOoMo 1 aedllYelipiad l arAt1st JIflt JPt Ca oIoe weuss aIiImiiced tdckt tf i 1cewid im cam IIOW wmr Iwss i r Urisgjse aad aia1eg JIII0iM you are m imm fee WIIIII tTbkdot ee h L t1A 7 more lisa a ti iil tYear ouiir ieeNs5 rJsUrelY httpM y tsold CardHl Joe jrdw Ht bw it wilIMr MM Ht w H L Lmend k Bep tekkiCviul to AdviscryWrlteIoODeL TlIMe4dto t JInitructionttm your Treimsant sic w I aM Is s I 1 rif The Te1ephone1 jrj and Good Roadilt J ttdf rtd3 i Ss tra 4S g rJtThte1phonel i roads to irr t r Sk The telephpne overcpmes m tiypjE the obit K HsfarmerfySHJsfcnessroads are impassable u i VJyiProgressivei Criir jroads and agencicsthoderncivilization Itowarlellmiflatlng the isolation ofcountry ihf t YOu can have a telephoiie in your homeiit veip l bookktziI v r FARMERS LINE EPARTJEOT Ciimberland Telephone N i iy f and Telegraph Company pe- IINCORPORATED t lcfLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY r t rChildren Cry for Fletchers TIxo Kind You Have Always Bought and vttefc M beca lin use for 6v r 30 years has borne ifce aifaataMi ff 39 aan has l eeii made wader Ida pd j9 sonal npcry1slOs ebsce itiJf 1 Aliowno one 4JdeceheJafAU Counterfeits Imitations and Cjhstafgood aN tal Jiqcriiaents that frUlo with and endanger the JnoMifred f txHanta and OMldrsn Experietic asairtst BasftorfaMn WiIl 1t IS OASTOR 1 ft t j Gastorffv Js n Lnrmless yubstituie for Castor y 011 yai gone Drops and So othiner Syrups is Pkiwant It 5io2itIr1 netthe Oltwn MQrlhlno iiom ether rlt s ubafanec tsn Is 1tsguAnumec It cIeetewysWetem aa allays nbyeVisbttess It cures DfUdibla uMi wwfSColic It rcUovos teething Troubles iwz fi CofMtljMiloo stun Tlatoleacy It nssiiiitlatcs jtlio Poiod regaIMtea the g tpuztu1nM bitvcls savins healthy atnA ttMgajf gioey TJi6 C11ll len PAlucdaTgo othcrsPz4i jy GENUN CASTORIAAL il daks the Signat1te oft 1f fJ 1 X to jhe1iiidYi avA1vs- Jin Usrf OWr 3Q Years I mtcmNr4 f8iMt1f e e PAr111 II- L JI1VORCEyOURSE1 UFr- 4iD4rtDuiind ct ti- r t of coabiMtoii Pu 3wprM- aaeShcoos I Iji 1Sfti MIl elMdkd4l iy t tSWHPMcr taM td rp II the tf roo bh pus alii veinsjiP t TJI 1IIIfUt taJrariiipi IaedIN=1MfIoS hs f PiiSSse lJ Wttl TODAYS rjed II SS Tie NewsLeader aid Evening Post 350 t