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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rA A I1tIt4S l D I t ANNOtKiMINfI83- I i I fi r d t iw a No 2t 1 15 r I I io I kJj 1 J kis S4134u1v J His Humility His FU n 1 MGed Approval and the Hap I t Results Which Fplfo td Tc ffar of Jcjievolt t the beginning of wft dpin PrpwrW t1O i QLOMOy Initiated his reign byI making a great feast for his people at Glbcon The account tells that he offered A thousand I t kitt terngs unto the Lord ThIs Je sot signify that the animals Tverp ht t tearsed entire but that certain por g tl6Mf the fat were burn 1 1as an offering1 to the Lord while iikcfoiod portions became the basis of th east We can pee the wisdom of lUck a general of God and His of a new king and the feast signified the kings good will and hIs desire to make his one of blessing to the people The Dlvln ordering of the matter was recognized by the Israelites whop rIfeired that nil things were to be done with an eye to GodS approvaL Are JDram Significant During this feast which probably rJI lastcd several days King Solomon had the wonderful dreaiu namrtcd in our lesson That It was there can be no doubt Similarly God re t vealed Himself to others in ancient times and Especially to HIS people J iIsrael who had come Into covenant re tI lationship with HUn at Mount Sinai through Moses lint He was not in 1 covenant relationship with the people oE pther jiatkms who were we rpjd stnmgers foreigners in 1 cSendnt wipi odl Although the ChrMlan Church is pc caliariy lu with God nndI J11 t1i a much closer relationship than thnt i the Jewish Law I we must not suppose tliat all dreams J wbl been conse r rated Christians dldu1ay have are to be regarded as In spired Very ev1 Intly the major Ity of our dreams ft are merely wander t Jfigs of our mind because we nre not fecund asleep For pod to mal c fewer tV eo with Spiritual Israel r Jjy dreams would not signify fl lesser 1 Interest in their affairs that i Ho had otherwise provided for their 4j the Bible Sif t we leatp tliatHe wislies as to walk t r by faith and not by sight and to direct ips dreams Would be to Intertero with this walking by faith St Paul tells us that Gods Word is J i 1 God may be thoroughly furnished unto every good t w rk2 Timothy 310 17J But there t I is nothing to hinder God from using a dream as a means of instructing Ills spiritual children vif that should seemI I at any time to be the proper course I ilany Of the Lords pbople have bad experience with dreams which seem Cd to give them instruction Never theles there Js btlt one 8unh jny ot receiving dreamsr to interpret them fi A only in with tile Scriptures Tha thaj if an angel should proclaim any other Gospel thanI k this It should be rejected Similarly i If 4 dream should suggest any other Gospel it should be rejected r Solomons Wiso Choice t i In Mug Solomons dream the Lord appeared to him saying Ask what I shall give thee So God is asking of all who would become His children 7I He desires to dp them good but wishes 41 them to realize their needs and to make requests accordingly Solomons answer in his dream shows 44 a beautiful simplicity of character for Ryoung prince just come to the throne Ho recounted Gods mercy to his Ta T1a JffNJan ther DJ1ld and declared that this was In proportion 03 King David with Godln right eonsness of heart Then he recounted his own littleneSs weakness and in sufflclency for the great position to which he had been brought because of Divine 1aII father David TOU h1 ii d I am but a little rextlnds us of the irds When I Urn weak then I troLg T11Js vas really of SeJe oQa character namely lif wks meek teachable like a cblldHnot boastful or not blind tothe privileges of lila work Because of the of the klng bmr for which he felt nlmself so Solomon prayed JGte tberefore Thy servant an understand jug heart to Judg Typeopli tto adI to them thaT I zany beiweert good and bad for te aWe to judge this Thy so great P y wpndcr that wcsread fur rhermit t jln the dream the Lord man fcst d His good pleasure at this re- qut4 And TJod said junto him Be ciiiwe tkon hasjt asked this thing S Jo I have jlvq ll the a wise and timiByrt Bdlog heartso that there was aoa Mketbce before theci neltbqr aft er tai any arise AW flwve also given thee W th f lfrbM q l- PNII the Ii tht fallen cbe Itidi It i well for yon to the phrasing of Aittgs you you mwstnt ever conjfasfe a softt tminer with a olt t It 4 Ci 1A fli1 1 F = J k hj tt 7 tr5 yriXXI f SPRINGFIELD I COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 91ir Y S JIttHIS TI SHALL aVfTHEE FThsvjyiHiihiKtUM I tS particularly acknowledgment Inauguration rreigh supernatural outcastsrnot relationship relationship k 4 iJot Id vXBerertheloss IiaItfclnD communications butVather guidahce4in Additionally cortInaI1yby sulllclenttlintthemnnof fulljaccord Apostlosuggosts sJle1ello bad- wnlkcdtalthtull appreciation lyhOI nmJ responsibilities Incptepofcnti terjuSUce 7dIsera4whasftefI lIkeilTh4thee a4hoior nEyjouGrr bitoainoua1 tli8taziiiyr an- dllpfta4q1Iiab is understand Forinatanc OolMUlMt T1113 ivIs14T4S Ll4134IL3LDE14 Z1 jb fJ WASHINGTON Keep Your Eye ofeel tlI TWatch out for tbemanwlfp trying lo take the joy pat of rt1fQI t j to make thirgs appear wors9 11maimpublic pie counter Hellgetup 1 an orgauiza ion tQ flght some thing that gives pleasure toI othsrs whether Us dancing such as the young folks enjoy or playing cards which maybe some of the matrons like or LiE lards or baseball especially on Sunday otheror ony enjoyment in which normal healthy human beings indulge The first thihg such a man does is to go to thQb capitol to prevent the passage of a bill by which people will get some enjoyment He will try to t have things prohibited Hp isr always trying tto prevent sofuer thing Did you ever see this kind of reformer trying to have a bill passed that would enable- speople to enjoy life Never5 Bis sole idea is to force throught the legislature or the city Jt a blue 1awbtitce other people people Hvec6cfrding to his ideas c or to prevent hpasageoflaws introduced by other people who want to Jive differently The world is sad enongh without los ing obr pleasures There iis noc plice in these redblooded days for blue laws The pastyfacpd comxlexion has gone out of style and the rnddy glow of health tells that we are living the right way The healthy manundt woman who loves life and the good things hecan get from ittU a better citizen by far than the dyspeplip and selfish reformer for a living or to make other people as miserable HS himsef PioneerNews A Reckless Wasted A sober investigation of4 the conditions of this cpunty finds I isjracticedafford it The young folks of land are wasting both their ini and opportunity to make agod I thing bring success must be dune i in time and with care I thecoiijitrythe people of the country have tueir gardens and crops in fide condition and we notice that the other half will never have theirs islogIeveryyeari l life those who can least aflord it let their opportunities slip by them In the times f of the presen with our ever changing condi tibns it behooves the young a well as the old to practice habits of economy No person can sue ceed who overlooks thethings in life and that young man who is whiling away his youthcannot go long without reaping the re ward of his negligence and reckless waste Reckless waste ti time and en- orgy and lack of efticien is ruining the rising generation had bankrupting the older genfff eration Owemug County Njiwsf J Forget tSelf I A ship was wrecked on the northwest coast of Ireland and 0 mother trIed In vain to T ar urIteeredbormngJlShipShepieaded that his father aCktfromout tie sinking vessel t When tub boat came back through ihe surf the crowds onI the shore shouted Have you i got our man Yes And tell mother UN is IWJ10the moral wreckage around us r on the verge of it there may not be some hearts tin precious to us asa son is to his mother Go to the rescue friend Speak the word reach out the handS av the sinking spirit It is ery possible that you with ut he sicrificadf yourxwu life may rescues iiiwmorLblxh- ange i Dad and Sis Bad we wean aUtho dad dies By Sis we mean ah the girls Dad and Sis ought to be friends not merely father apd daughter b chums Dad is a good fellow Of all the lovers that Sis has norie loves her better than Dad None as done so much for her or is tIiaJbadPown in the bottom of Dads heart there is a picture of a girl he courted when he was a young man That picture is of mother nd Sis probably looks a great eal like mother used tolokaso Dad cant help but love Sis bringshQmeman who prays for good luck and heilh to the end so that he SisIheart thereis a picture of her ideal husbandand very often by looks and acts like Dad So Sis oughttoget better acquainted with Dad Dad and Sis ought tto cta p hands and face tile world to getber Dad Icno i many things that is oqgt t to know especially men Sis can make many of Dads hard duyseasier by being his chum If a boys best friend Is his mdtber a girls best friend is her father Iiousville Herald For our Horses and Cows try a sack of Arrow Brand Molasses Peed BD LaoCo CL B udy Jipingtied r r 3 has for sale onc ong yearling rqan jShorthori ari thustment tie pnrehreJ mare Is a tood meat to the small farmer andInIvlH allow her to share the 05 the place sIze will do nearly as muck fYi besides CROP REPORT The Conditions iin KentucIcyJuiy giVei i1stmissioners According Report Con lns i abIare nnb u IorIfl this time of the car arid a ia iO ta dependent upon thrf veather tti1 that is to follow that it Iis im possible to predict jutt5hat the outcome wjilbe The month Is or June has continued cold andwi cloudy with a rain Carl thathas crab iandicapped the farmer the en tire mouth The wheat has practically all been harvested ial and some threshing hju been tic done There has been but little injury to wheat in the shock as vetbut continuation of the wet wea her will start the weat cat sprouting Jia a very short time A preliminary estimate of the wheat yield in tho State is9O Inhasgive final estimate The Hes sian Fly has done a grout deal of damage to the wheat Crop band the yield will nOC be as larg as for estimated The preliminary es tin te fif barley jjs 20 bushels w- Iper acre rye 115 bushelsand oats25 bushels The condition of the corn crop iis given atSQ percnt Much of Ihe corn was planted late owmg to the con tinned rains The lowlandt have be overflowed and farmre ers have had to replant these Lands have packjed aid grassup and weeds art plentifut Muehth land has been plowed when too wet bUt it yas either this or no fn u hivatonaouditio of hemp is given atO2percent Acreage prottliiscroil an usual the month has been favourable for transplanting tobacco Plants hive beGnml plentiful and good stands have ses been secured There is some ftdfieldsperiod of dry weather conditions would enable the farmers as to give the cultivation needed for and insure a large sizedcrOpofto both Budey and Dark Tobucco The tobacco acreage will beI given in lie next report Tne Condition of Butley fortais month iis 92 per cent and Dark is 88per cent t 1FGardens are way abov average the condition of same in being given at 97 per cent Pastures and grasses are good W AUdIt shows a condition of 92 repercent bine grass 98 per cant and for clover 89 per cent Soy beans show a condition of S3 per cent giandcowpeasO thacreageinplantsof fruit is as ron ws Apples 79 peaches 79 per cent plums 87 taperragrhpis made of fruits falling from the trees due in greai measure to the co qeIsilItion above 90 per cent with the sieception tL Tr 1U Mr R C Brown Washington County Agent for the Kentucky Growers Insurance Cqof Lexington K y has a letter from his Company which he believes will be of interest to hisfri nds whichwe are asked to b v publish It is as follows LEXINGTON KY July 10 1915 R C Brown SprmgfieM Kj It near Siro f v In response to your iinquiry we bet to state Our wind losses and damage 50 far for 1915 are much below normal So also are lire losses l for tbatymatter Two severe storms recently wont through our orignal territory wiere tthe buUc of furancejis located The fiisl went by us entirely the last on the 7th caught us for ourltJSIJSI three metal roofs all on dwellings to cost approximately 70000 aUold A single i 1912 hit us for abou 9QOO so you see this was an easy one The three houses we have to repair are theresidences respectively of Dr B F PdrrilbJPW T Lee and Mw S A Davis of Woodford county Are lolay mailing checks for 1900 500 and 1200 respectively to C M Witkersoc of Fayette courtyand FrH qonnor of Shelby county to settle our only outstanding the losses These losses occurred in June less than thirty days agoi v Withoojb cpnfiiultjnp anyof these parties who are old customers hnvir insure vitbu fJryear we bpnfidently presume to refer to them any one concerned in looking up the reputation Iand merit pXtnis company Very respectfully Kent qlrpGro r Insurance fcv Companyta 1tJi SecretarytjSjNoLeri three dwellings all of them 9 to 12 room houses unroofed on night ot 7th have p nyw roofs on at date the 10th s If G 1 Co Y iL damp cofd weather lUiS beer 1uIHil n at cent while 1At 1 shows that conditions are favor le provided there is opt a con- noaLin prextreme wet weather e farmers have Jauen advan ge of every opportunity to cul vate their fields and save their gram and have bud an unusual busy month Soiqe of the corn too large fer cultivation now th the ground covered with grate buttwitb conditons favorable plowing can be inmost corn fields The gener tone of the reports iis opiimU Tbereis no doubt but it is possible and the indications art favorable for a reasonable a uround cijop yield tfith n6 indi ttoOs of a record yield in any v J W NEWMAN Commissioner The Governors Race There is something else to do beside nominate the right nun Governor You must also nominate men for tlie other offi eh flo will add strength to1 the ticket and not cripple it Every Democrat In Washington county should vote for K t Eubank lor Superintendent ofi Public instruction He holds no office and has no cord to attach in November He is safe practical and busii sstlke and not extreme on uny ing He is very muchopposed to boqWHeactice ccouorny t ha same as y olhr Iibu He I was a candidate for this ifficu four yeus go when the s hact to pay the eJ pep of the primary Be has more general knowl ge on school matters than any man in the business It is to your interest as wen his to help elect him Vote him audask your neighbor dQ the same He is a loyal Democrat and will help the ticket The Telephone Girl 1 have always heard that tb rench are tne politest people the world and now I know it writes A A Bowmar in the odrord Sun The Paris Telephone girls havevbee severe1- primindedby the management wasting time on courtesy notably for saying Yes monsier instead of Yes A telephone rl has more lo ran her crazy an auy other human being not captivity and when she iis anxious to be politer than the management wishesl she is cer inly a peach of the purest ysuerie tJ Our Kentucky telephone girls pccasionly get v rV oss but no one who has fre nthy been as 1 have in the ex anges and who has seen them tting on a higtlistool with a vil contraPtio1fastened deof their heads reverbr ting with HOjnds nt to split their ear drums vhiletliey jerk little pegs with bpilr hands and ceaseless cry answer yhuihber busy they wont answer11 like the Dlaittlivo call ot sumeN sron e irdno one i say who has stea them thus will uver get impatient witha telephone girl is the most nerv rOcking business on earth Think this ladles and gentlemen if the lephonete girl does get cro s Go out and kick tbedsidei of the house and then come buck anis peaL to her kindly fur bhe destroying1 her nervous system youc service and the serVice others Put yourself in his lacain her placein their place undyoji will rarely be im panen t with kuybody 2 ELRC AN WAR- m BSBLE PROPHECY i it tttmlw Muoions have burstifojthi Irvxii tile lasd that patient hntid icautiHixl itnd oaile fertile antfntoritti havusttsjted with art treasures To hf lntre worUI the war has come as im leti surprint because they have not np i our book pneacIoth telling urnt Buel cewdtUons would exist only 0 be followed by the still Beater days of anatchy The flrst edition catne rqnT Vie pnesa 17 or nster Intent and Importante II IU remise nf toatteiv tilings Into tot this earth wnen the wrath otJUiUobi1l run Its course J1dtblrtY tour eqw tAmps with thpa coupon to ovepoi age to The Thn14e N1GW ftrt eJCltyr ndraehii promptly i b TAX LAWS j Of KcntuckInI Great Need of Reform f f IItt frewspapeVs all over thfatiirr- rare loinmRntimr on probable changesin the Revpjue h1Lar it the Tax Amendment is again ratiaeflby the Voters at the vemberEitction The Amendment as is now pretty well understood merely gives the General Assembly J power to divide pr peItrtn- I classes but in heavntf a lower ratA being fixed upon personal property than upon reall estate anynew law mijsfc De submitted to thli people before 1it can be enforced In Illinois where athai1hrl Amendment will be yotgdohthti Pall the referendum clause was left out as it whs assumed that future Legisjatu res coulu handle ttbe questiou eectively5and ould inform themselves quicker and better thaq the entire popu lation of the State Nearly every candidate for office has expressed himself favorable to a change hi jhe Tax laws butsqfar but few have indicated what kind oft chpin e thep prefer Toe last two Gen r1l Assem blies in almost unanimously axieeing to submit theA mind men permitting classinca ion left no doubt wto the1 views out the members tad teen elect ed thin and could afford to come out in vho open t The long standing tock ar gumeutj of the stump speakers 1Ihlit classificahon of propertv ulea1lS etS taxes for the owaea- oseCUrities t t and more 09 real estate has been effectually exploded but it sounds tell and there are some who still belqit t in Ita Ifas shown by the last erA Uoiii missions report Real ljtale 1and other tangible p4ePllj ptiLnetvpeAdenti intflii tingible per ouii1ty onjy tenI per cent the reduction in thel butIasSnall figure in the revWut atiyway but as a matter Qf Xact by classifying such prbperij aud taxing it as in other States in proportion to its earnings the revenue has vastly increased and the taxes on Real Estate actually loweredS V i1entireLy t In Minnesota under the old Law such ks we have injKeit tacky theie were only six thous and people an the Tax rolls who- 1itedcertai1 kinds of intangible parsonalty at fourteen millions s ebut within a few years after th seventyvthree thousAnd people listed such properiy ati two hundred millions and the revenue has ben increased B60 per cent Urid tt110 taxes on real estate already reduqed in that Stat fi The experience ofother States could ba quoted indonniielybut there are noneso blind us tlbsu who wIll not see and when State debt tipwover threemil lion dollars climbs a few million more and some desper re iegis luJiolJ is essayed lg JaPpeped recently lin Kansas 1itheii the assessment of Real Eiatpwas increased from 270 nttufef to 1573 miLlions ut one fuU swoop thQu perhaps the people will wake up and demand just 1celu Taxation mUHonsIof taxathqersonatyin1idng WItJfbe harder to locate if it is tot driven away entirely and xeal estate will have the addilidhal load to carry because it cannott tb hidden or moved a4way If classification works welt inotner Stateswhy should it not prove succeasfOlin Kecftucky Because people refuse to pay a confiscatory tax and com placently perjure themsOlvestcr escapeis no reason why ey Idfnot prefer to contribute a reasonable and iii the aggregate a large amount to save their selfrespect if nothing more and especlaly when it relieves the the toad on their Real Estate y The ojfgca seeker WbO dodiItheissujns uo Iriend oIt p eo iS at Mfhr is b orl Indtr actot kiowIede atII of 1era miporli nJ KauM n t l vrSiTi p i 1I Is the lltlsewlfi Gritest FJelp S h 7Tsofempt1nttbs t t appteMlight rOkj- p i a deli ate hot biscUitQ Royal mkkes the prfct J short cake biscujrgx4mfti r and ifnpiovei the ft MIIJ9u l healthfUh1es8ofalldMr f00 dtr t renders tbe cBIfIbread nd shortcakelDON dl gestible and nufrtiout itjmore attractwe and appetizing 1 1 Rta1Bakingpowdeyj dispensab1eforthep9o aUe yeat Jd 5of per ti foods tit Tanaov tJ ofs and o her States have pronged bj frchang6 or lost by tlmidy xespectifig Tax Reforms Our Own State Tax tforamis 3 iion says tlie iavria Kentucky iv inadequair unfairaud unequal and several lI exislaturesj h hav condemned it I The Px Amendment isbut a step fonWard and meiloly blazesr a ihe way but as ttias beea trptt proved by two General As tlemby the ptOpJe it iis no Ibngerie ares ua nigger fntfie W9- Prijeand no mill needjjashamsd to advocate r urm must comejand preity sQoIi or everybody wiU regret it t Still Had Some Etfde V tir i The giddy coivnht ofthe Owen boroLlnquiter springsthii- uie A young man from a country f ftfwn secured a position 4in the ity After being their a fe k Vlflafphed to meet Soin ople from Jiis11iorae tOwn- s They inquired as to whaj hf wa duiux and he repliedlianel- ling Ford cars but pJeasei i idant tell te home folks astbeyj thl1f1i am attending bar rvenomous Cinder Rutht The cinder beetIe hitherto coasiAS SEedjasjaJjanqull little pvarasitethat devoted Its lf excluBively to rails cplk6s and other railroad property has developed somenew sad alansi tb Ing ipttsitheJudge AdD L P Gristlfbpne The cinder beetle has latl bejome and worstf than itfU bitS hasbeen fofhmed by t pobo ou fection List Wedne5so tie 1Cotrack and the engineer was seen te cltab flown examine the cylinder1 and the piston rod and then throw up hia hands in despair A cinder beetle had Jumped from the track to the cow catcher and with one bite of its venomous fangs had killed the engine After ade1ay of a feifAwini relief engine wearing a flys t ar rived and pulled the train oft u va rKaniaa City Starv The XJpporionlty Gabriel was Just about to blow his trumpet c Her bold OLth rI h8hptJt newly arisen spirit W tU111ge1- the movie men on the job Thus we see the continued need ot photoplay censorship 9 l1 Sensible View sly Pat why dont you tojan a strike for more wages ask dttInquisitive manpf an i1ab1bor Faith iepljed the a oA of IBrl an ef iver 01 go on a itrolk twill i whir 01n ouf yl rJob aa M ff nothla use ter doJ Of course tVombal complains that ppk dont keep the money techrcwlAde 1 dOnt see bow h can ilate that claim Doeslt every as soon as he caUrahw lurliei t money Rut it into M aittoiuefctief m ysAiIHes a iH t ir1 Mf eeUar tiure times uj q4 letttfit theM t TW pr T- h4ET 7- Tbeconli6anolttW illiriLY 9f lCentuekf iri r rtlfltyAaH iH jMcIi toi be soill Jeavea ei t j be red itgoea iiioVii wiulKJw f 0 3aViuJttbat Ctai jla nanaethenbal mOilvast naiJ bf of KJIl 0ky trieIthereis ne thing tUlsolihe whsleprobIibQt 1he b14 farmery liJlI b tAles a anta4tetfe14iftsLtJr rlj restori al1dJl1 IJliniJ6y It ia tiotiapositfbithk Orify dfIioto the difr U iMM IRCtlr butit would wroMWj H wv- IloxmanyiadxvAa1ocoi r verycartaIly tha MSotproquQlJimOrai1i dtwhether bty 4 rUie UHS operatIoUof rsi t allti r not It olildp MT t5ioslern tdei for many fMc to d4 cog one to ddiwB6ior M W4 to their preset fyf 1Pi iVview to hipping grpim 4 Ujr or every othenday and W4tIfwT kim milk to pi its dOilvisSIt hai be Aiy slou li actlullrmnr 1MW iIng isa typ otfrig hlpjovesveryxQidlyV its ot d pi i dnter inLo4- arming aj ki 4 of peciftllnd andlp r6rftfV i Bif tions IK iMtafall loikrtw iBiU1 ebairy o14 b1- nier f r r r l 0t1tef mA from the 4styus i IIiD tremely t1pttaud tne proiU fos abs I can be mA tqSfavorably with k OIS tr proS a4 t f W 1 the skim Miilt iSavaluabl fd5 1 go und Ihe7ts t b espialljtJlIij5IW spific- ient uhpt psri same vicili1ty4Si ippIai to arrntsOmS psr a out lectin IiIJ h5 iL- em eat Shipps po4a5L Ib Driver oa ftford to eto II o lectini atii n i7 cost to tSp5 ftnearIW czSSI j- 44actIYeo 4 i atMsfcii to ibdM ftiJariilSrOMt7tiOIt li The I ot Mit1it cfl iv- ekio HI I J M P d 4 TSICTJ 1apsra1tS iIt ytiwsM to make von1- p6 ltvy pt ftJoei feed the- merNit7 lUrTOW Brand Pots17 Hei NisIe by B n LafreAOo LaW AhiCftl W L TltNWS4EAIJR PfWIKI MLD KY JIItmrrPtUN J tlhotriand Pttbiiahersl- a1w et t 8peia4illll r lotere air areairle twist apattsr j I1tit erat ROW WM F YIAIR e JMiyu county an awree Mee iidte for reelection as r BaitMli Clooer swbject to the actipa tit tls Democratic voters in the lfNEWrst r cGnntyrtut s ff111IfOfthelJemocratic RailrosdCornmissioneRt r wt rywMaTt 4 ftrCirciit Jude its arelwWtirided to announce L H 7hwsraa aeeadkiate far reelection thettotMr primarpAttgpakr Wjeaiei altiiierized to aanoance S BH LjejMOB H a candidate fo- xcjCBets j Ckeait Judge of the x 1Wrsttsi1 Judkki District subject to M aputt oi tlrq Deaocratlc party at f Ute N1 i IJIlIltallits AlWrBvj Was Mtlwricedto announce W H Upteifiae of Lebanon a candidate for AttorneylM Ni ibe acton of the Democratic rutty at the Aw uat primary JohnADleYenthxt iMnct eubject to the action if etlsf DveMcratie party at the August J Fir StUc Serf K f i st r Weatllh aotkorijwd torannooncet John t k L QnMl of LebUop Ky for eMetftrettt tsk the rjilteemhSent cQunk4r reTarkr Mario and Washing M t wtie Mfcjtctle tbe acUop ofthe Dem eltrtttfehritaarp fir IcprU taIiye Chasps t PD HMSB ae a candidate for Keprese iMtaehe k UM lower house pf the WashingI1i A ri DeMMntk party la the August pri t 7ti W awtlrlted to announce TR RepresenatiiPatita wet House of the Kenc torijr 1 fi priXefi ht wtitre astkorized to announce Jr R RepresenftMtvs I J i eky Le i l tmre from Washington 1I cewity sMjeet to the action of theI t1 Deratitlrtyt t It ltObe noted with great i i andbJ the end of which canuot be seen WjA rind itti nanifeet that the Ger mm iaifcn Goy rmnt has ignored iJ1J i t mny of the important matters fl I m the controte syt is ear r someswiy ofadjaatibf the matter will be fosnd alad that this country UIJ1otbe plBnged into the Eu t4 joji aainhtmare We are for t1 fcuoftte in having aB the bead of1 r JKq tie GovernHjent a diplomat and 1 1 f tttwnaan on whom we can rely f tJr ip title rave crisisi t Valley Hill After an extended absence I will again try to jot down a few it ingioryourpapej MraRJahn Lair has returned o tier Uotne at tins place af ttx AbexWnded visit to relatives in Loulevllle- II MissBeulah Brashear opened chopl at this place Monday last ft jaud the attendance was unuaUai good and we hope will continue throughout the year Miss Brashear comesto us highly reooccmended ands everyone in our community likest hejrW reel well assured that heriunder = talking will be a success Mrs Eliza Mitchell was the gnest of relatives her Friday Mr Jas Lair was iq Louisville the fourth tieverial from this place attended the ball game and show in town last week James Moran and family were guests of relatives at Mt Zion Sunday t Mr and N rsM Reed djned at the hooie of Mrs T Beam Sunday MrandMrs Ed Boblitt Bards town were guest of relatives at this place lasTil week Mesdames J M Wall and Bud lPile were guests of Mrs J W Uurtsinger Wednesday Several from this place attended Childrenls Day Exercises at Mt Zion Sunday Messrs TOaud Viviab Tatnm sere at Polin last week onbusi1 ness Mr W fi Ourtsinger and family motored taLoutsville last week Mr and Mrs John Barker Springfield were guests ut the homo pf Mrs J 0 Harmon Sunday Mr John Wilson and family visited relatives at Willisburg Sunday J Mrs Robert Snider and hndII children were the week guests of relatives at Chaplin Mrs Pete Shehlan was the guest of relatives here Sunday Mesdames Lula and Jas Moran were guest of Mrs Sam Wells Tuesdayt t IMiss Lei Roberts Springfield as toe guest of Miss Pearl Goatley last week Mrs Louise Settfe has return ed home after a weeks yiH at the home of Mrs Jeff Settle at Maud t Charles the litcle SQDcfJfr opJhestckErnest Goatley and fianiilyWof near town were Sunday visItors at the home of Mrs Hunter Goatley i Miss Mirada and Irvine Tuck er visited in Louisvill last week The almost incesseot rainfall is putting the farmers behind witb their work and crops are getting weedy and besides jtlid grain which is damaging afgroat deal Wheat that is not stacked is sprouting aid oats are in a deplorable condition not only from the rain but from the heavy winds which have been invading our community trees and numer ous other tbiugs rTOSS i acyiTM i rfOwl Says work will put tho big 4 r the ordinary farm chicken houses in flrstrclass shape The work should antiIhurried along so the jobinclnd ing the whitewashing may be complete ed on the same day The poles and perches should be whitewashed early enough in tho day that they will be thoroughly dry before dark rho house will hare to be left open for a few I hpurs after the walls are coated In or der to let the excess of dampness es cape Green Manuring Crops t A large number of crops are used for green manuring Among the leguminous crops are sweet clover alfalfa cow peas and soy beans They are all very efficient and the gfoyrbetsoy beans may bo planted after the grain crop bias been hanrestod These crops should be turned under In the taU when In a succulent con titian WEBER MILITARY PRIZE BAND WILL t V t BEpilDE AT BLUEGRASS S FAIR s e Prizesfl GonfesfsAgainst BandssotArnerlca rV JOHN C WEBER DIRECTOR OF THE PRIZE BAND OF AMERICA WHICH WILL BE AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR AUG 2 TO 7 it It man a quarter df 11 century Cincinnati has been recognized as the mnsfcal ceu ter of the United States Con heelc1menin that regard Is the Joka d Weber Mili tart BSSdwhose nleiHlJd iiiMrtrian ship under the f Nre lIOtlr1ts Ore sad capable director It irovrreoagnteed r1tber1 having wqn that title In two it ual contests stud ifr f her te prqiMjrqd I to j defend the lioaor at any Lime place Tile foik wtug article lion ebertstnndilat t If there te auytfrfagul Hke to see is It the overthrow ora wrvHg idea- Thntold seyulg n prtlpbgt u awn J Sore liJ his OWntgtultryaftea jarrtlttt on ms senwi1Htipr dtfaucb1J kno there ill fort of foumltt m for it toUiIprovogAnd that luanVJohu Ylubr whofcj lj Yroulflhj i 8i first Sundrijlw lytataepak tiMt tine au diencos jtett whitf raat ta the way of mu ltitn the clinic rtgtot down to Ute nagrtaetJhlfY It It i a itJIi way to make tfeeiii sit up and up plnud and encore stud Mir marl of thv flmni his proved mat tV nrt1thi Cincinnati kiww good nosh IUHtStt prejmjifad against It wwiw U to 01l rectod by Vrtj r or winn MM who w a never In the city deters While Web6rahp plKIttxiare th Idol of miwie fortes fcfiicloatl tit have won d1tfct tjou in rturty et shies they liarir vjeJt l One ofi U roOst hent owawaentM JJtc wor and merit uC th4t ltbbej Jtjild Is taken from a few 0 Ute pint hundred newspapers wkfch Have edshe4 he liyltcolfDetrlre1 prWebers f cH nWeal8tta r eke saurtry enV tItboatorIq Oldest Oollefc Graduate Rev John Merrlek of YerkPa believed to beast oafy the Oldest grad uate of Rutgers college but the oldest college graduate Ho was gradate II at Rutgers Iq 1804 nil ago Is SUE hundred and one and at the com mencement the other day a letter from him was raad In which It war said Former things havo passed away but It brings joy Into my aged life to kao that you are sun going forward with a great and good work among new- saaasttions ll iiJ t t I GRAND OUTING r Y ff it ir t J t 7 1 AND JtJjJ1 fi PICNIC f J ir 4r4 l Y SaturdayS 24J 1915 1 i t T pR ED ERICKSO WN KY j t1i ij dJfJr T r lWIPt Ifi1Jj + for Benefit HoljrI rn ringtf ji t fi ir i 7l 1 Jt itLI EJi t 1 tir rih 01 r Lt4 t Batt of Order t4l j d f T re i MJTTJEj t y tft Jjr 1 tODI ihis o casioil t f ift trerYAJ tb W pe s t arid claea4e- mpuuls expecttowitl eatf ftttc tt U5 sad It tspn tr datd a tdlMt ttttr Gtltnadkt1oiikW froicest pot FEATHERED STOCK SHOW 1SluD Grape Fair la alMfaitW of Ameri can Poultry AMaciti0n xtgelittacrhe aWj of the thin lwrtatdeitrrttaent iibe tsti aduL This is a IiYlrit t 8t equa rtjbrV and jitoik tatt a A ttl4ta edsbaittsttg6 J 1 i1wtot OreC tf tbiJNIfISlelWl4lod IllcggtOp stltlfiK q rl1f1OercH erwtatq the rtem ka bsAa Sa4el the to jteas t ltht ltMklf rtmeut but t Ititeettst qt tiro wtO wrsits phreeder t tt1rLa secttok rite Ill gsge InletttRPtt htetltaa Fait t a Ppoti pli roltltnlttssj the t papo- at1V hlliedatts sari plated lid meRt ttr their luindN wWHi njniftruj a InWett ttIKTI XK 0tl to sills rpeak ry Willrl mgr JltUcfl oft IR rsprtrtktd thi leettatiy Cottari hiring 10er bit eand kelp make this ktrgM md most sttarillssf dbux h ttw MnllL If rbefasgetktIthid 1MOttC tire ItM stttssttos e he craoidell tat itaty Qt fern saidutl WW Ia M aei Itlot tfer 1Crh t1W edaif grrrt cettt alit bird artie This atft IJaireti hilt frtt nrmij nltia Str 9t Mu S t In rflriklnn foi entry Joflrrl wfll lip ni tl afM for = IHOW TO CATCH GREAS I flSH tWrfattetiultbandCaat Get Back wkJlrN Iiefatt WU Hqr editor relper oc turned ia a irtory1 tkt raa Jfke ibta Dtiek SeyMoitir HM tairriver rod thte Morttto Wpa4r what ick af Jt ruvjfr f UtaItls gantry IVtit wR lwseklla do lag Wftk chit a 4t rM 1ntJa4t set tki JM trued Well IlltAl yrtt this Sea list e Pis air be was suing aft rytisae fleh Yeqatilhun by Wring a iMe in the ier and batting the MAttM wW d prunes The greaee Mi e me Mto the prang and axiNn up so lie eiat get oack ia the Mfc New iek livening Mali Merely a9OvemMb TH party with the uegtI hair had Ysttrdeddthp as- lair wspaper 4It9r lp h aM submitted wile tat Meeeearily tor pUbUC5Idbet a t fwmiaty that W nefVaWee pfljll tks Sob frn to see any serve In this ataff growled e roan kbtad ibe bias peat ell Ties verse carpenter tonMd at the naaaWript ia the edJtarlalha Pardon me he aahl 1 triads a mls take anti handed you a poem Intendell rmaga lne Indtanap6tar rHe Came From Bostgn- Frofuaeor Zue Uu shoe tkkhgo fol lowfciK story to liluetrate liew Boate- pfottaara looked In UfW eti ia San Francisco a genVoman ono s t pre a boy a nickel for a shlpo IIhag your patdon slcsald the bootblack handing back the Go1 tkt price Is ten cants gsntlemltni1fepayonly tfOh be soairom Bo tlcam 6 tte aufck reply Then oouslder7gn- atf 1wVast t r 1 t r iOHN A POLIN i I CANDIDATE j- FOR hf1111rrI COMMONWEALTHS ATTO I Pa ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICTI emocja lc i4mary Safpday ujst7J19151 v 4 KILL RATS BY THOUSANDS WHOLE TYN ODD CRUSADE f toINets Trap Cluba atyi Poison Used Exterminatetibdats at Now ratsilll AaiMlH gel If frmsC1 la New Or nkNilt ththejilv Ut1rbl ptaaoeii aphwt hitIjtliiiiiMlt rtMkntK it wilt IwrNt nUl4pery ena ur ewe lPet that tarry bNbaadr pta ue hits UH e ex termimi tod Motv ttlantilktltlllrr t ajad mice were killed Iu WrnrUhH y tQgtrt time Tier price for e1Itgtaeei iNk e uttre Js in cents a h ed TI Hiiii ilii8f mun aw1 tNfltclNudllgl with vela MM stunts itre still 11IMtott evtht eradrt4te Keit J- VlI Only two et tb I piNgwl hare V0 ilejfvrwl no far Tlteaye wcwr tine hedt h4iee Itd iextwittiara tlaNtltnlal Le It1tteeit qus- Ah wurlag litrtprea ttM Iftorw gafferfer xre chased nat straitas Ire not allalttetl JteYiitiui in ttai gtstrvutt Jtwtrkt a55 Yuwho lira IMit f fallowed ti rt t ugVon ttsatItd SnI tAalHk ItreeIC F ilanf of the iwtttjiMfi tlaetwwty hicyt s et Nw UrteftM ere tHtttt fiuaMthoritlee tit tfafrv the auhxrfIreftMkttM A listof trivt city or i aitMtte has beta ni fyf aud will tw iJroItti ldaaaftsi7 MpxctitrltH TJe rat tlftH tlaK pf an ieRdUR xnd liSNrlnrkN Jt reqtilrtDK ef ffnttm ter enkertea and rlstapa th ry nt8kWt61t thotsent t pnkkld wit ttseisptr NUt tad eaeYthest n J trYeiitiau or ttkt duwpMttr wf jtaj haw wljkiH tbe ettJr liwlta In111sbjlttgUs elite K nK UWe tom wttklrf lKU rent t of sewer ewtleiib i RALLY TO S YE REDWOODS =Qiffor Pit amd Otters trt Fund ta Crate Mrtl4al Park LantaeWw x MtHfI4Mt toIHarelxei a tract Mfm wf thB tHNt TItr giu rsIxoed erotl4tlWl to ilalat h the tense sstMm f potrMcte lltl tion tiMToni H hoct dhliJf of tthe Cnited Htatee forest service OmiiNMi Mum teat af CaMforjiin wlI lfkirlye- 1illis Ward betli iwut tltttat ttanber- owseers ksve nck c ntrit Mt JW to a popular enhaaaitltten Theist rltepltrltoearlaCthr trovethaiatere wit forth by L Uralyben qftttti tnuahedeeper tJaan apt wNrti la tbe auuuutice ment that tbta trart orttimber ltpl to Iw purchased and turned over to tketM Inal goseraatlrat to mat ltalWd as ia uatlonat torett and trulrtlux ickbo In forestry It iUvratlr amotitQ as- ergutilsed att to Miy the nxiuner shah redwood tbv utdeet TMt iwt re tatarkatdil gruMtb uf imntnHbii be thpluta tiutn rtt jptc iiiit froie t1 taxniiBtth ni It pruu bet to do4e MNTtltdit lift viux tHi If the i rwilt Harp ir otiniux tiiintK CASTOR fA For Infants and Children The Kind You HaveJIIways SougiiJ t Bears tie r- Bigaaturqoi f I 4 a r I I I t i lJ i ill r 1t j Wri i i 3 t j 4 tt 1 i Jty fi r i tV FE IN TM N Ic 4 iJ td tq PAYING 7 0 t v1iJ r t Ij tt 1 IFREE FROM S7fATE COUNTY Q CITY TAXES trti iift i J 4INTIIESTAT OF KENTUCKY 1 ii1 ii if fi i Cr ENGEL BRa Co rri willc ivif t r srqcL iJp f JrL a t fj Par reS100 tI i l lifi A y A TO BQjHAtisErS NDPROFJTi v rtie IiRKR Z JurSelitembcrandbaeniber tQt rtosi fjrsMornlayin ir l I whole or to l pwy tint at the option oftI Vltd Yat 1i5 aulltreC rtt H1i dgnd ti r47i ti I 1tAIt Or AUthOrla Outataadtr e J J 7 Cum lattive erredStock i 1E30ctOOO tSOj 000 J Common Stock ft 2500000 1437000- r 1j j lmtftrsre the businessi oI this Com lY and i r ttl Of jtodf wnrIba asrfdllovs i r i elllue JuY 7 ifIf i j 2 The anpan 11es no bonded Afsnort ga indebtedness 1ttiXw tt 3 This ly tart IilBtttbIise 1d1J1 1877 by C c Matrgeland 0 l C R an4 ted m U03 ase Mengel j3tp C t1riY 11he Jaw qf tatir Of K1tckyand ha1 been COnttilU usI 1 ti I It 3vearsry rl i i I d Tit btstiwt of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany is Iimabrr af1lCt is and st s the largest importer of Mahogany ut I Tr d pmrOI10 of tho entire unportatlon ut ln11 be Ht1 i stisIt ftI18tt 1913 Ittloo 14 t n 1 1Ii 1egal fo6sUeOf the above I1rcferrAd Wt ii jbN p u 13P Jtt tciAlet p Humphrey7ana f k L V iEx Miiid YouutEh o1 Jtutn5 lf r 1 t PRICEC100PER SHAREtt t1 C to rl1i itoCtaed IJis Idetlda Md H t fA 4 y J JAMES CO kJei t CWILLS9NC h 3 r LOUISVIILfETRUI CO rALMSTEDT ROS t JoJiNr WYDS GjEN L if WAKEFIELD CO r r tt OUISVILLE KY J Strt LI SiAd 1tcifi the above issue bi Pro bpY i1fir ufOTthestocktxtaybemade Yf t t j rit J tCRST 1Tjl N NK ttr t tp i ftt l J 1i r i 1 f tVff f Ityf t 2cF ofi t i 1 tfIt r i t r f i f I A Cfcejd Name All great teensra effn pn acted after them There WM a tQ in- America wattt WlWtaoa acrd JtKer wetl ats boptblal tOll a tJI dttrot lean tcKUTar than that of Joha ir Henry or James Now It ap p are that Frenchmen Initeati of nam tug their toys Philippe Gastea An tolne ar caning them Joffre Kg Mree gathered ia one toAabowitbat between Augnet I and December 18 U9 lees than twenty gne fathers j6f families bestowed Uife niira UPtn AW1townter called JoffreUo But tho tQWa Cllark declined to admit the name tbthe 0 clal register And yet esya arrnwW fpoI f NATURES B CettExracte faestHutt Natures laws era peHcetibBt disease tfollow Mw sattl yd- Gostraigl to noture for the care to the forest w lustylien clef Can fathom for you Take the bark the WMI Ii j SV the tsstt stoaeJf Joa fPapetootqueens root blbodroot awl a Md a sere ti ci nonolqatviio extract of them with Joct the TIlt rnfrm 1lN Yrta ldiioastprDoctor Ficrcc8 Goldea Medicetl- It took Dr Pierce with tbe siltaeel two leanMMi ilrsisa yeenef Lard work experimenting to raik tU pure iyoerie cxtreet ssddtan fireatest cmcrenov arid Without the tece et aDertide of alee bd 1J usv Iustthe sod 6C rcmdy you acid ti rash troth blood and cure that iMMtMkt end tasting ef aatve e estia DrPicfce Goldea lliiaa Diiioriry lets IM st of sad be ioyears tb4 nay bet Mood pariier sad ilBSMsh tow soma ttsneaee I get tttw 16asMe1 rm d w 6 t seat tits trVUWewrKee rt ZsaA W aeal KaaL t ctnmeaeed todottlr w NulsM welt wits wed to doctherspeelattetr e tgel Sect mast of fe FbIy toaSnor to DrrlesBaM4IiNYcrwib L tot i Md cam p 1tItrt taakesYe tpad pro aat T1 rte roM r cwt tlyal t8jeaVhMl atun frol fiW IMi WI at JFF tJ 1 II 7 ITTUCTtttl flumsp AIw fu TVe eflhawty Li Twe a Wt Fia4ur Old wW TP eiJ T2 te Mars- P1 dIth L I iCd Greater Shows which the Bhw Grass Fair at Lcx1 thewtire week of Aug 2 t of the largest anti most com 0 t entrpr1ses inthe t Iq fifteen attractions in kntWe bands aud an Imparted r t bIg free acts etc tented organkatlon travels iIiIi jefni ttnin bt Jw aty cars having afclB wa waffoiwand horses and it sVI nsjMit M6 people for van iII J bow is the La nose 11 111 rewsttain fcfote Is the oply haatf pubUcJJ i iI1IIWclIstotBbouse In Loqis 5t laW iar The Electric Fountain con t I e nev water and electricity and J JJ hi Mi We showing electricall effects t ai evetr eitbc ftt the rainbow water 1 JQ h1Bdr feet In the air aM Jsrmtec fir ooioanndea and pyre 4s alrJnth center of air this bchw ttfnl living poleS This is all worked + u Aurtb personal supervision of Mr I fliiiMve La lteseK the inventor and vtaly is i 4Hs the most beautiful of nil 4 rillU If sl TTOBders r M rM wefitghow features iliss g Mini AJIMiaW hcr lOOCO dancing thGpt = trtek bores b ing th- oti SSt to iMmsjl intelligence ever wit nim in an liaaL There1 are also b cgbeonchos ridden in a daring auasr by cowtoys dud CQwglrTs as la erefy other lid T pst show tfajTni Acese Broj ers Africanders i 1r riiteetl the old time toloreti miii T stress snk y has not been seen for tJ It isa scream from start to Ij7t li ff fenulae down south darkles iv ash u4fiu1ceS The Africanders 1 w ewwband and orcbtra tAawIII 1thetone becnused theI iaiMN0fl17 pn sapcd tracks bUtthla season p larger drojne tsnsedand an nnteiBgfcCe Is dr veuat almost the sBisisVet a cannon bal 100 miles an ihwj Weinc with tbe demon motor 1 fcyclw Hte Iaud Smith lies the hon Liofdl 4mbftlr a Grand motorcar pd Is gttheleBly ly driver In th Tvord hay litW nerve to participate in this thrttllnfe exhibition Thetrack Is built nt an angle ot seventyeight degrees gad the speed must nt all times be t theypNu i track Is under the manage s jsjgftt p tbe worlds greatest dare lItyt1 d6jU J Swan The Athletic Show featuring Paul Bowser and Core Livingston is weh couritrilas a blghcJWs attraction ilr f Tibwser being the welterwe ht chum f onwrestler1of the world and Miss I lljvjbigstoa being the champion ady wrestler of the world viitU antHer tfungo Girls hold forth 41show where the new dances and aouga ure shown 1tri4 Metta pig circus side show of curious freaks trom alt pms of the 4world te practically ten In oue amusingtnftauSbuq Big City with Its hundreds of little manikins In actual motion IsI panother attraction that till should seet Ihe Trip to Mars Id another show that should not be missed This tea J tare fa the greatest laugh producer that Ai jtaSeveTbeeu exhibited by aiiy organ jnation Toe Trip to Mars takes you youVwts absolutely harmless Dy nil menus dont taU to pay it a visit tfjl wieautyvand the Beast the Illusion jihow ion the order of the great Kel 1aihhTrstn gni others T ifc0mes Carno nnd his den of il- vintr itiics inaddition to these there isthe brand new Illlon carrousel of the latest type three abreast which bus 5 tbe dMlnctibnl of being the largest nnd moit flaely carved machine of IbIkiudI In the WorJd having a carrying tyotabqnt25O Last but not most Is the Ferris Wbeel managed by Mr T K Ed riKva i wMcli rises to about 100 feqt J J3Mtbed1r1t Is one of the largest of I iim kind lrithewbrldl There are two life tree attractions music by Pro 0 TsiscS Marranzlni and his Royal Ital tJB Stead of twentyfive pieces In b1gCib14 Mri tit Roses Electrical Air CaUioje Tlt4i r CHOOLGARDEN PRODUCTS fHtt Ir 4r mrum OWtred For Best and P Met Altractiv Exhibit 1t ASXBn9encbunigeuient to the scho6ls j t bf tiie l lufj GratIS to engage la homo and chopi gardening Mn L LtIOJ r lllliresl1ent of the Blue GraSs Fair V AKiOclflUoc ofTent this year a premium sf to the public school that will iualeifce be t and most attractive ex hibit1 K JChiatwocMtlon and Mr Haggin are V 1e1io this both because of the ed iitillsnal and ecoebmic vultfe to the f fi Vhb eflgagein home and sehool 1 ttng slid also because of its aim Ij prpee to promote agricultural peril4s Jn every way possible AVsil 4yecwp Is aisol offered walchmust be twe 8ttccesj4tf Jtjara I9f the same IIijj j eiii ariBasIelj Dt posses 1 4iittlttT g ief+en Pulte 4aoIesWator apace for exblbto must be s ecard not later than Ifovday 4111tdtile fTbfclt nwet be U jieee net fnt fan Mottdejr Ao 2 at U ocleckl Is hopetf that every BcncioL in tbs tike nAvvautage of this life con I Ji r fsWu SIUELL tCLAM RoeS Tf you could have seenhis prot mourned the girl with the sunburned ck Anyhow I stilt think Emll Went to have told me She was my Mtesa tuL aIy S thought Eunulrfliad lerely nature objected the girl In the ew basqtiq waist She nay have a loyely nature greed the young woman with the sun bwii but she begged me to stay over Wit her when the rest of the house party et jut to keep me from going back IB the same crowd wim Wayne iHlppler How could I help ft iIf Wayno Was nicer to me thatf he was to her Tf ifecwasnt Wayne then who was ur demanded the girl in the wrinkled basque Emily said I simply must stay he- Lcaiise gloved nature so and now that most of the cottagers had gone homo there Were oceans of nature lying around loose and unappropriated and anyhow her mother was going in to Chicago and shed be lonesomeiiU alone She was so mournful about it that I had to stay or make mystout 5 perfect brute j 1 went out to fish said the girl with the sunbureedneck Not at all because I like to flab but because there was nothing else to tot do and the meat hadnt come Ejmiy said that unless I caught sonic wed have po dinner So I took the Towboat and rowed around the bend Into the bayou He was there 4The ilBh- tt The man Right fn the spot where I wanted to ancbaor swung Tils boat lthought he wtb a naU o because ot the old straw hat till ht turned and it AnChOtlwas then I was smitten dumb by tho profile And the eyes And the gen oral look of being BCinebody I mew Immediately he must be a man of Im portance who had buried himself In the wilds Jo rest and I was so thank ful that I had on the newest stylo ot middy and a becoming shade hat 1 resolved to he perfectly oblivious and selfpossessed so I proceeded to stop and fish as I had first intended A man always admires an unflustered girL I couldnt help It could I If mt bamboo poi cropped overboard Oh horribly crude It was better than falling overboard myself protested the other Not nearly so mussy I wish you could haveseen the manner in which he re meWhenhe was some movie star Finally he called over to me to say that he thought Id catch more fish if I baited my hook Fancy I wan so confused that he rowed over and baited It for me But I didnt seem to catch any so he generously divided his own after be had discovered thtt I was fishing for my dinner m9rnIlag too There was no reason I should be driven off the lake by a stranger We didnt talk much but you should have seen his eyes In a week r felt we had known each other a life prestsIgn a superior soul I think That Is usually Emily said she couldnft imagine why I had grown so crazy oerllslilng- zid said she believed shed come along but I persuaded her not to The sun always gives her a headache 7 was bound that for once she should not interfere with my friendships It pjertainly would take her down a pcg when she fount bow far I had progressed with tie handsome unknown Every morning he too fished He maintained the utmost reserve about himself as do all jjreat people hilt lcould tell from his expression when he looked at tne that he was living 1In the same dream I was And then one morning Emily cam charging through the bushes on tho bank and surveyed the scenes Her neltdoes heritWell she called addressing hor words to my handsome friend No wonder the meat has been late for over a weak if this is tow you spond your tinie when yoU should be deliv ering it Hoskins And you should have seen Hpsklns leap for shore and the butchers cart concealed in the shrubbery x Ham sure that Emily knew all about it from the first and never told me Just to be hateful If she fells Wayne Ripple Ob she will comforted the girl in the new wrinkle basque Cbicago Dally News CRY WAS NOT SYMPATHETIC Whimpering Urchin Was Distressed Because It Was His Bananaoid Gentleman Slipped pnVf MBocho6 boohoo v Some one in distress thought the kindly lady Boohoo boohoo boohoooo She hurried forward to the scene ot the catastrophe and was touched to find a little lad crying over Uufmls fortune of an elderly gentleman who still1tUatfaculties together Good little boy she exclafmcd paiMng klaxon the back Im glad youSeel sorryfontbe poor gentleman dl t tJaighwhen hO Ieli down iad kit klmwlf But you must try 1lolsnttilTthe mint boohpooq wuss Weir replied the whimpering urchin ViadlctiTely tWis1Je was it was oulWecllyTpi tJ F i 6r n1r Ji 1 G KEEP UP UNREST IN mil Fervent Belleversln Evil Spirits and Kindred Invisible Agencies Source of Much Trouble It Is a common bet among tho IB norarit classes pf tho Chinese that the Innumerable evil spirits ot the dead are real and terrible aemonb These demon are believed to be able to subject the relatives to the most evil state of bondage and suffering Superstition runs so rampant throughout China In spite of the Sprinkle of education and advances mado during the last decade by ocol dental commerce and missionary ef forts that the average native firmly believes in the existence of invisible agencies These superstitious ages des can mysteriously cut off queues and bring about sickness or accident or other dire disasters Because of this superstitious fearj and belief in the presence of evil de mona many of the Chinese arefrfe quently aroused tb the wildest most uncontrollable state of oxcltqmerit These latter outbreaks manifest them pubUcdlsorde1877 a panic broke out in which a quiuecutting mania occurred The later Boxer outbreak was pgi gantlc Illustration of hpw superstitious fear can arous the average Mon golian Under the stress of high ex citement apd fever tho average If nOrant Qhinaman led on by unscru pul uS leaders is made to actually baj lieve that all the laws of nature have nstldIstluous mind of the native is rondity worked up to the point where ha bo Haves he boars a charmed life gel that his body is invulnerable to Tifloj bullets exploding artillery shells or other misellosdvar BHncult asts fo believe there are native fatsllaw existing today in China wildly sti iertiitloua that they behove no sword has evil ben forged which Can cut their harmed Illvcs Obviously they have never up against the redl thing In oe cidenta warfare iut It is with stink sophistries that these fatalists In flame the superstitious mlndsot their ignorant followers The disturbing and perilous element among the lestials with their wild superstitions Is impossilIle to estimate but in spits of the marvelous advances during the last two decades China is sUit filled twith such Illimcerods men One of tha great needs of modern China is some ddueatteitnl method wliereby these tioked rid evil states ot the Ignorant suparaUBou mind ql the Ce leatial can bo overcome Clyde Wit tyer ir flD HONESTY IN ENGLAND According to American Traveler All People In That Country Are Considered Trpstwqrthy Loncfon specifically and England cenorall j are undoubtedly tho most gldly thoughtlessly automatically nonost city and country I have eyerj dIscovored The firpt taxicab driver I hired told me honestly the correct Up So djd the first hotel porter oporiitar attention to some healthy young women the Londoners firmly believe ate stage beauties So I dropped a sixpence In the slot Imagine my sat prise when the machine opened and I found a pair of nO glasses with out a chain offered to my band In Now York they not only chain the opera glasses but they do evory thlAg but put bells and a whistle on them 4 man you go traveling in England you first buy a ticket Thenyou get Into the carriage of Ute class for which you havo purchased that ticket and ride until ybu reach your destinar tion Then jjf that happens to bo a small station ou get out ot the ear r agp and hunt about until you find the man who ought to take it In the meantime iit is assumed that you did not go into a fireiolass car riage having bought a thirdclass tick et No one oome to bother you about IL It Is merely accepted by all con corned that you will take the cempart ment to which your ticket entitles you Two weeks ago the London papers made a sensation so far as they are Journalistically able tq make a senna tlon out of itnytbungout at the fact that some cite bad persisteatly trxv iled on a tlneexplred oomrauter1 tIcKet fadbeentho assumptien was that be bad male a mistake and would befrightlully pet out when ho discovered that be had picked up last months ticket when he left home When ho was finally sumraoaeed ho said that he didnt do ItUtat It Was a case of mistaken identityand oyerr one seemed happy to accept that cx planaJJpn In the restaurants you help your solt to rolls and pastry and pay your own tally Motorbas opndactora always give you the right change Country gentlemen imbed broken glass in the mortar on top of the walls that surround their estates Then they leave tho garden doors unlocked secure that no one will at empt to enter The glass is intended merely to emphasize their desire for privacy During warm weather hoasokeepera In London leave their front doors open and depend upon a curtain to keep prying eyes out They do not scorn to fesY that prying perswna mieht Jet throush Exchange fR41nf Egypt during the rejoicfnfee arer the acioeseion ot the new soKan Som fifty years ap the ptateauat would have seemed ridiculous butot iwcent years the climatic cImrcterof Egypt has lost its consistency and new We have rain in ace where name WM knqwn o9l reand more rain where there was very little or only thegee- io des The English are believed to bs re Bp6fcble for the ralhWtth their new cnanrielBto spreading over the land the Nile Cairo has only tWo r while 500 miles waterSibfhe Ii practically none at plntation of treis In a niin eo is Egypt now a molspr iaco Jeca i e df thu extension of culllvatbu lands But It is not likely that all pjer western civ ilization will evef dfitroy the ttOn derfiil drrness of EfflMan tr vah Which the constHaUons of alJCa and pTraaidsl act T IV7 trt d 1QRova AwAHrooRE1- ll His lthbnt for Revenge the Gooirg Hail N Time to Think of Physl ca1 Ailments outttbothaoha Aad though hq oxhBuajed sill the remedies In camp nothing had any oflfeot It was 40 till to tho neoj3gti tQwii with the chances isgathst finding a dentist there arid it was thoIaway name over In rettnse to a met p and altar talcing a look at thin tooth witch was a double one on the upper jaw the cowboy saM Kttrnel I kin sheet that todth oJtot as sHok as grease It you dot mind QurohlWhy man you must be crazy Wall jnebbe I kin plok In enough i powder to blow it out NeWrr j Might cliuek it out with a piece of llroB and a stone Gontbmeft tftVcow boy fAnd you might go toToxsi and be susingpaiFIndfsnant IM only telling you bow w4 dolt but berOr awl if you doBt wasit t that tooth out youHI hev to stand thfcjaln The cowey started for 1daitttont but after a gallop ota m1i1iI re- tarnaS to beckon the Tejst of us aside and said Mlseeios tqbe imf Y sttNjaortj I aadIj Only JalrV Kin he skeet i Kot very straight Than I think tLcan tbafcieoth ourftteb JHe flt tomiD tHin9Ijir tJt t plot id then wet over to the sat rorCr and sidr I mIKHrael to sly you arn booby I3att9ed the colonel ag lie sprang up from his afttbetorethe onmpftra IA booby arida squaw knrnal aad IjkewiM a dunned oW liar The oolong jumped for him lt the ofiWbfyr dodged and ran for hteihorse We had another ready saddled mrl t two loaded revolvers in thC hotMers and thaffeeoby sprang into the sad die aatrgcVe chase After getting out on the prairie half a mlloilie cowboy Hun to circle tad shoot alit yelL aHdta ctl tel followed him and shot dwajr the whole 13 bullets vithout hhnjthe kindhearted cowboy rode Sit at the tQP of his speed and the colonel came into camp rtb dismount andlj ieAIy Gjj me a hundred cartridcwi and my OH horse sad 111 follow tMttt sas- to tWo tftd of the earth Haw the toothache e loAr1lr astod twotHaehe Why its all Wfl and teve that feltofsfscalp fTI haveIt iiI1t imgr dct here ilaesrnlIrLaeh- Llatel herald 1Ho Use The otvfllaae who volunlwicid the servieea of themsclveK and Mir nip tor oars to couv y tie PmUwrlanda- holiday gifts to the German troop lIn the trenches at the front were sum riloned before a gray old Bararian- I general to receiye instructionjs as to tkeir behavior in the enemys country Tie general explained to them that they might expect la ikumiiig through a rlllag to be toed oa by francs 1 tireurs and added that the person who Ared the shots might n9t always beeranniIIM iixins lila eagle eye upon one of yolun teens auppoee you have entered JBelgian village aad while you art spinning along througU the market square there Is a lively fusillade di 1re tdat you from the surrounding Uoueee You turn toward your assail l1sIts and see nothing but ewpty wia dews Only in the second story of one hell an oW womaa te iMcHafi out What yottW you do in that ones Mr Jleierr Td not look back was tli4rsply ITO BE TAKENWITH v CAUTION Sharp Limitations air to the Value of the Testimony of Dumb Animals r jInCafi of Crime I muchtcuesIJUlyIappearing In any partkpkfr ease la very desirable It not ossentlnl vIa a tttoent mufder trial in In4l where hlcKMlhoundg were shown a sap and tturban in the murdered womans room iiand then Tan nfaigot to tile house f of the aoeusedr fyt uwel for too defense objected to Ute ad tniaeioa of the fact as evldenco r this ar lttIthab the dogs nTd npt be rrrnB TaTiilped It is mt cat vhfccr the jauge nutntned tlw objection bat pe d polnf out the Bhnrp llwitntitffls of such testimony Uledtfunetien of tbe bloodbouml was to kant down known or suepeeted crlm bails The fact that it led UM police auUiMiiUes to any particular indlvld must be used ac testimoar against that Individual only with the greatest cudQn and only in tbe light of ox pert evidence of the best descriptions to Just what weight should bo given to the aetlon ot the dogs id the eireumslanMS involved j ASksptfc Do you tkWe hi telejpitfcyl1 Not fullyi replkd Mr DWUn rt it ooul be prucdcaliy demon strafed ther would have been a com formed to Broraoto It long aan History of Precious Stones The history of the employment of diamonds and other precious stone harks beck to the days ot ths gods and goddasees whpee worshiped effigies woro ornamented with tmnra Jfflaet In dfswas ages ago the greatrsouroe of supply and msyof the rarest tone in xistonc wen stolen from kite 1 ag foreheads Of the ancient gods ot tbatfCountry tlib thieves often being fr felW 6a to the ends of the fcrrth and jxnrderOd to regain the preeioua treat ure which was intimately associate with the most sacred and mytterfou lfat riental rites The acqufr meflt otI dfamonde especially becamo a pee zion with kings queens and nobles apjl of the novena riche and In Uio sackIng of palaces and temples in an rider oay precious stones were always regarded no tho richest ot the loot eJ t r1r r r 1libtflhiI11IilllfffliIiiULE1HllllIlllUlIIiflflftptflfflJq trnUnU II n III nil Ilg Wh t Cause f heJculosis F sti fm II II II nnil III II II HI n1IIIIir It It n nz rHERE can be no tuberculosiff without the igcrrri the tubercle bacillus Whether tho disease appears jnie Jungs in the hand in the hips or in tile eye it is tho same geian that always causes it Looking at it from anotnor way however the germ of tnhercu losis can never caUse the disease unless te soil hasbeen prepared for it It i1548 if the germ were the seed and the body were the soil You cannotifcise wheat on a hard cobblestone pavement nor dan you grow corn on fc boardwalk NeitlAa can you grow tuberculosis from the tiny plantlike germ which causes the disease on a soil which id i hard gud resistant The tissues of the body in which the disease is to deVelopjfUut first be weakened and made flabby and prepared for the growth of tlje disease somewhat as the farmer proparesliia soil before sowing his seed What are the causes that prepare the soil for the growth of tuberculosis germs in hebody1 here are first of iilla group of- causes wlnoh lie within the individual himself Which we may call personal cauws Some offJiem may be oontroUad by the individual and some of them arc beyond his eontrol Take such causes for ex ample as iatoinpeiaijcd lack of pioper foQi a weakened physical condition daa ed by grippe colds pneumonia measles typhoid fever otothese are some of the peracojal causes which preparp the jioH for the tuboreulous seed Then there ft also another group of causes desSanateample bed living and working oonditions laok of play and recreation facilities unclean streets etc These two groups of causes may either separately or altogether act upon one so that his normal strength and vitality which we oftf resistariefti is lowered and he readily bcoomes a prey to the dkiec 3 germs wtoS are constantly lurking about and which he my L s harboring in his body without kjiawilig it Let us consider sorto cf- theeeeiscs 5 little more jin detail iicmIelJ1CeiS meant everything in the way of self indulgence that in jure the b fly On raay be leteniperjate in eating and by partaking of too muok food may produce permanent digestive oirturbance wWeh weakens the bodily resistance One may bo intpmporste injzthc use of dnP or lii other waYBteFeb weakening the bodily resiet sues Tltl pioad frequent forpio intetupertcuce however is the tue- OtlfltOXiSthig linoiw Any man who drinks beer wine or whiskey tuberctjsIfThiaiand votneu who are aceunt nied to d ink is so high much ln1ier according to reliale statistic than among Jfiooplo who do not uw fintoxieaiing liquors f r Many children from the time they are bqrn into the World are dooniftd to St rvation Other people be uee they like candy pie swUoake better than meat bread anti vegetablea are starring them aelves trillfWly This und rfeediaf or laok of propor food will as srarely prPre the soil for tuberculosis as if one deliberately set ou4 to doso Mw people have a notion that if t1tey have apparently re covered from a bd gold or an attack oftripe or pneumonia then is no further dagger andthey are perfectly safe Qftentimae the most dangerous period In an acute disease is during the few week immediately after the patient is able to be up and out It fe during sireIg a such aath w T aftereffects of many diseases cab be avoided if the ptiaiat will continue to persist in takin care of himself just the or1eraIt outside of the inividual sult as bad lOusing conditions Da rooms t where the son never shines are among the best breeding plroae P9I qttUjtitieCNI ifltprovrbeeeoonditionsMore often however it is the landlord7 fault that the Housing con I ditions arc not better r Low wages long hours of work dark iiavshtilated factory rooms exeecsive neatj and dusty occupations are only a few of the ooitditioM whkh laake it easy for tile seed ff tntercttloiis to at dk tthe workhvp man The llack of proper place for play and feerea iou IwInch ntaVes a naan go to the saloon at night iinst ndof into the park or playground is a social cause leading to tuberculosis lhese socifcl oause Olin be fought only bu the united effort of theineirs d women of the community Individuals oan help but it takEs all Boulders t at tlte wheel to produce effective results Ih eoiKjJimion remember that the soil must Ira right b fbeef tho seed of tubaroalosis can grow and that yon can contribute much norgerms a bylheljatineif i t h l York cttyH 0 wI WHEREEtlQUET1 IS STIth3I- a iremonyybff Eurap ou Courts Simple 0 mfreW With That bf TftJfi frt8n King v eMeSitMe ia sltewwd to slt on a chair in his jresmioe except his soul adJ nephews Up to 194 no n the was permitted to awn a EerepeaN chair even thy private ae Ordlnmrf nieit approaching the king to kneel thee tlmec ono jest Ja ilfle the HUt entrance to the kinds ta elotrar tINt near the door of dtf talaes v end lastly iomiedtetely ia front of his nwf tyAml the JaIt11me they knelt they put tbe palms of lttir naoAi t veibor rubbed theif little flu geraia Uie dirt and then transferred the dirt from their llttfe ftngetv Ao fkflt orehewh d temples and clapped their nooda This ocrniony tlhy repeated thfae times atths4ut kneelIng plece and the kJg answered fcr putting the palms ef eiaoh haad atone each other with the beer of the right band well tbove tfte tfajteb and Index finger of turn left heed and waving them K the king td sat answer thus or if be thrust out his toot and waved his toSs willell was nn insultthe sooner UM mail retreated the bettor for him ItaJpan omitted to sod cr take king a share et his trading products he voyW ROt be avoraWy received nnd laight axpeot to see his majestys tote a8 instead oLitt flngera WelHotla chiefs 6o IklJedto seajJ him occasion al pnftenta were also coldly rto t and the aTlnff toes reminded them or their dolinettencles No written account waS kept but the king like nil Antlvee had it remnrkiible raemorjr for what was owlai to him sad never tar tint whoa a debt was to be paId or a present waeche Chiefs and noble men had to render homage to the khtg the same dn ordinary men hat not every tine they went into his pris aupaAJIsg the ErUnitivo Bakongo Stranf crsv Are you able to make bfijth oada moet i shottidVarnot Its been so long since tfifiooet of living hs met my salary titatJt they l1hould oma to gether new tlayd meet as strartgerB tf r Detroit Free Press Cws Ips r Neyer t fl doslhjVPaid the supe nor person Ko replied his ifer they let tho Roiuf n gossip The mn tnerely cona hmE to dInner 81 ltcn eagcrlv to- ar rva thrtr whs mat havp rlgkcd- WAR BLOTTEDPUT HUMOR Cotnfe Papars of Europe Are Publish ino Pteturia Which Havana BostfalvQeallty j w being founded as Jootfia asW on htre4 neeesearjly toiifls to blot oat humor TJiis iswlwt llose feUst beat in mind wftb lament ftdoo1afen lag aadjrulgiqzing whfch bt4Ome Ththjaadl1rance lightieest fre get is a series of brutal strokes ODe feels iit fo Punch liB dsriaet- utres of Emswor William seem ig hacked out by the swore J and leeVi5 liimJittle iHman semblance Sim lariy in the German paper Ulk the Bug1hane rather shudders than kogfw filMItic re terrible perhapabut hevw imuinj This extingui JTig by thp war of go dnatured raillery jmd rosily wJUgf charsaterization and atta xmong the peoplffl edwhav- itsble IJt wi1t I pa It kelps us ttQ uftderstnod what war anIlyis7 OAljf vtaf we beeeine cal lous to its fearful aspects iis it a Hbie to jest bout Ifci still iif Sa ralber a pIty vto seo Oie bur mists aosethe seaseddenljturn viiciolt- niw 10 vas i PU lactrlo Battleshfp Tha United States Js theflrstna Uon toUte pleetrlcity lIn Dia eoitstoaui to propel a bMttleeb ip That will e the motive power on tb dr aaughtCaIfornIswe it will be used aoeordtng to a method that has been thoroughly tested awl prfected on the bfe 19000ton collier Jut I pitor where it has proved most sqe 0esfur The advantages aro As tho speed of a vessel run bymanyf trJclty can be Instantly daMerous racing of the prepeUjara in heavy seas can be preyenled an eloctrtcpower plant oc uPl ThctnJhljksfl spade and weighs loss trnt engines that produce ah equal costWfmuojilesdcoal rite now dreadpaught wUlTroB i ably have two plants if one gets out cf trcr tho Ship can still proceed tl j 0lfJ tOct a yvi14 fl1i t4 1 q1 r i kSiant you WWt FAre re ceivcd from the iiOf Tb wites Mrs Sylvauta Woods rLCliftoq SIt certainly has no equ lfofH bad colds liver and stornachhoub1etI firmly IkDraigig saved TsBlackDraught iy little girls IfKP When she dad tot ftsjes I 1MII t BLACkDRAUj11 in my hdmc Fr constipation iindigestioti headscb ness rnn1ariacluj1ls and fever bIliuse d siisr tit ailments Thcdfords BlackDraught has prove ibefl t see reliably gentle and Valuable remedy If you suffer from any of these complain tT Blaclt aD Draught It is a medicine of khown merit Sveniyfive years of splendid success proves its value Good tot young and old iFor sale everyvyhere Price 25 cenAna 11 I The Teliajphone 1 sand Good Roads 4i ir The telephone goes hadinandwith good roads rri3f fThe telephone overcames many oi the otaLies of badrotds and mates it poss19efptWe farmer and other ryral residents to transact bUR I ness in tfce city and with neighbors vYhci tb roads are impassable V Progressive farmers are insisting Upor good roads and telephones These two agejTeictbf modern civilization are doing more than ifllothcrt toward eliminating the isolation of couliicYou can have a telephone in your hothcatvcry stpall costP Senda postall for our1 free booklet giving complete information l FARMERS LINE tTMfNT t t l Cumberland TelepboM and Telegraph Company i INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I Children Cry for Fletchers live Kind You H v Alnwn Bought awd which hae been In Mo for over SO years lifts borne tke agnue land has beeR made wader JUf per soital supervision sisce its infmncr iAllownO otdecefeyostIntbis i Ail Counterfeits Imitations A1JuSahOOaW lent JBxnorimcnts that triflo with dud endanger flio Jtealtll of Tufauts iand OhflaUJiin Experience naiiiat Exciimeat What is CASTORIACnstoria is A iknnlcss saLstitttto for Castor Dil Pvegone Diop und Soothing Syrups It is Pleap i itcontains iieitlies Opium Mbrphlne nt thcr Kavcotie su atancoj Its age Is its guarantcfe It destroys Wms 3 jiart allays PcVcristtuess It cures UktrrhoeA mnd Wia4 Colic It reKoTO TJcctiiing Trouble cures Ceetpsia f stud PIftt 1q It nssIniatca the aFjebd ygu UM tb StAun h iwid iiowcb giving healthy ftiiA satx1 dee ThoaUiildrons Panactialnc Mothers JPffeBel GENN CASTORlA ALWAYS Bears the Ssgnature of dTfie lindJitDave Always I n Use f iOver 3Ora we canrwtua rr MuiYrrnati esvvosa ZfVORcEYOURsELFroin by air pid TCombination Rdea3frss s PMiamatic iuA Sweeperffsad Itfuag fcnHtaM tt4M oi dutt enM tINt Me MH bf nw f bytheuePJcSwp t crMci pewsthi media MM kick dpsw otitall dat dirt k sdrp sad m s- heh5 fIL bes 1 be p Iwea ehAIMc tOlduDaati7QlHf lr cc4eM L l WIt TODAY Age tSWnted- rI Th NewsLeader and Evening Post 3iiii 11 RCBROW If 9 AGNT FR ittCswir hwirittce Co OflGTQ XY l M r Jir Lighting Wind Mel ideawen riaks specialty IiyIoLIctTS OURPATO4OE RMs Liiosibe Tcl phorie 15511 JWF1LD5CY 09 JP Wi7J PtiCirU and srgLI 8Jigla okour 1 t 2 p mt Qy rHydenrs Drug Store Di W F TRU- SfYDENTIST 6fke over Harden Barber Pwatal work JLtre onabl prices Ailirbck guaranteed J yfi Dr K J HAMILTON lpf spRjNGiELpKY I f i i i Ctctt Street PKonO OeeRcin 11iOJo A rcDRrliW HYATJ k tko r Springfield State Mk1 f Pfflce hours 1030 a m 12tn4to5pm t j F 11F RIGBYco c ATTO NEY AT LAW I nrPeoples1JaliJr PBTNOFIBLD KY I PEC1ALTO WOMEN llfcit MMt coaoralwd cleansing and JMMdilfcl oC ali satfeeptlcfi Is i 4la oiaL Aathptic Powder to t W dbMlmiL ki water as needed AsaeE1thiaIantIsept1c for douche latrMtfC eatrrhl Inflammation or- 4crt1o at nose throat and that Nd lv MttlBlne Ills It has noequal r Tor toft TMtn the Lydia E Plnkham Xd4eiMi CoTuis recommended Pasting 31 correspondencewlthYOiIIIM WOBHK who have been cured say It Ifw9ith Its weight In gold A- tIUiti Ma large bCt or by mall rwctoo Toilet Co Boston Moss p Sttliberryllants t JID1T AND SHADE IREESS C aOouthstbfferThgof tbereI mafKab- leiiiffloiti Pearl Potato Ii IiFreeCatalogs No Agents Ii L f lliIlenrnoyer SSUfiS A 1841 eslngton Ky 1915 4 I rEARLY SALES OF THE WEED V4can Explain jth Ceremonies That UMII to Accompany the Tobacc Sreak Never heard of a tobacco treat r n observea H C Hunter a veteran tobacco man of Lynchburg Va ffa the early days alT tobacco ik was transported in hogsheads These hogsheads had shafts and by the fbeadI The pi1y Virginia nartefs for tobacco althat time were Richrpond Petersburg and Lynchburg Each Y hogsEead was listed for the break 4sampflng for certain days hj the reelc by private owrers marks On the morning of the sale the hoops on each hogshead were loosened and one head taken out Then came the Tbreiak The head breakman wielded a ia rgei ax made for the purpose and rid fa opening An iron break 4 je1t1ikea crowbar was rrih into opening and sample bundles of ccg drawn There were never a M than three breaks made inn I logshead and the samples drawn were taken as a fan indication of ttye contents lha1e sampled many s bosbea of tobacco this way Inthose days the tobftQcqjwas sold over the h6gs bead the sample being placed on top i tfia Lull yiew Washington Post rr 1 Ai tthtndEchoea To lipproifa the acoustic pro en u- f Sc akrctfhall at thoTJnlverBlty ip c libttMrdecjric arc light wjxa un4 locstlnUN5311 coustlcaT properties of thK brtSTij a erles Of experiment Trithin the uLE14iin itself following careful trctekMt cMMta were located by means oft Wi iiall4rnaUng current arC Jlght a the1ILl 4 to Srfeus parts of the rOam The r Psif tin light reflectlotis wbn friiilnk i Drifted hyj the sound Aap1ete acoustical survey aiiMdeor the auditorium resulting 8TtB tke hanging of curtains and JaTilrjoul prts of the room oit to atop iba reTBrberationIEn1nMiDg flcor4 T U il TOM r 4 iLox The Freshest and Latest I IolitYourselfFrJendsjj For a lower rale of insurauce Abatis absolutely secure tele pI Drip or write R C Brown T ft 1Fhe Earl Hawk Show which b d forth here during the past weak was well a ttend clhd the COmpanypuJonVagoodVr1c eech night to large audiences Will Huhgatewas triQ fJ In the Police Court fast Saturday onl u charge QfVSefjflgltgot In Joj caloptfonl territtryaj54vas gia fine of Sixty DoTldrs which be paid The union services orthe pa1pyti at the SuniPresbyterian cliurqh j j day nighti Rev G B J Orowe will preach the sermon Usual elcbutcbesel rl1e t new fr D t r beL9dcb1 man ft Campbell store 1snoY competeand we arc glad to say that it is quite 1attracVjve5in provement o thaten of Uwn thei small and out of date win1 dbwshaye given pluce l barge plate glass tntV LOSTi Between Mc lude Mayes vstord and Higb SjHiooJL Coun a ladies blacks hand tug Utida pair Of goldeye glasses gold Hio pin and Several other articles Finder will beI rewarded bv returning It to PSimms Jj LosT Betweea Springfield and JudgaLitseys lighiblue coat Irflthe pockets was ajbank bool pith a note of SiOaiso another mallJf end arpair of spectacles and abiueseeliatrel r pfstoi Reward if Jleft atMcE1 roy Whartuitjj GEORQBPRATHHR Iandweek arid ttookfrom them their beloyed infant chUd AVbiia iJtyetIthere i8mCeor the beautiful in the death of infancy in its puri ty and innocence like plucking of a beautiful flower to be used for a holier purpose Itt ltlsevideottb etne mongy re ceived from Dog Tax during the present year villnotbe sufilcfantl tojiayVthe dadage done tosheep of the country by yurthdsscuia On last Monday morning iu the wee slpl hours a dog or dpgsf lJrjWof bis choice sheep and thisiisI Chlwe1Payj he is asheep killing dog An afternoon social viirUa held by the Ludies Aid ol PiQas nvGrove church on Tiiei thy July thLi from 3 ttOOV Mrs Bevorly B Leacbmans home has been offered for the occasion as well asher Ambefola and iis interesting Records A silver offer mg wilt be takah at entrance and refresbrnqts- will be served free of tJharge Young and old are inv tad1 to at tend L V Got Beat In the tall games which out local team pMay id with the Pert tels of Louisville last woekoqr boys hadbad luck getting defeated mall three games The TOPICS Il J ft ILrj t FTVlUiUUJJto JtJI Model Sanitary Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices VReasonableOfflce over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr Wi Vaughn Stallard Iff trimf3 i near fujiure and the Oertbls wilti t return before the season closes and givG them another chance jThfl team is fortunate in having acqujred some newinen wh6 add lm tern JY to its strength o Barn Buri1sto OLtSaurdaynightalice jelectricsa l lv14ted the COU1flyaCddnpainedby heavy rnIand tonti1e before being dit- covettL the flames had extended vnlIj uable horses veire codauiced in it Another horse escaped from th burning building and wnile bmJj burutfd will probably re cover Another vol t struck the eleo trie wire xeriding to oueof the arc lights Ou Lebanon Hill eX tiuguishingit and wheu dUcover ed the wire was dangling on the road in sucu a YJlyas to make Jituxueedingly dangerous The EJeciric Light Company was nottSed and took care faf the matter v 0r Good Crowd Hears Stanley One of the largest Crowds that hiSS assembled in tiprlngfieid to greet a candidate for D lice was present Tuesday night when Hon A 0 Stanley aadressed thTu votersof the couaiy it1 the in terest of bis candidacy fqr Gov CrnorV It was adyertised that Ihe would spealtattbe Court House but it assoon evident when the crowd began to come in that the Ildtngwoud not accotnotiatti tthe large crowd and acc rdittgly tUb Opera House WnsJ secured uud Mr Stanley esCort ed thither by a number of ad vmir r preceded by a b ass bid He spoke for an hour and thirty minutes to a houie filled tyoVerfiowiitg and Burins tht eulire time was given the closest attentipnv His spe chasstrong fearless and forcible in character AJr banley formei- lytaugbtschpoL in this county- and was met by many old frienqs while Here i Teachers Ipstitnte 1rhe Washmgton County Teach t UllStteachers of the county are well in attendance lend many subjectd of interest are beiig discussed Profr Geor W Covin is the In structortbis year and the teach jeesare fprtunat in having hK i service as he is p rarded bv the leaditig eduqaor of th state as rs being onui f ilI bett instructors in the sLate jd txich year- conductsa uJJ11uer of1cstitute a eachIcounwwbglad to welcome him bade the toyIaforweraddressed the teachers yesterday E F ilIII I ums20OOOI 29OOO The Rutherford Greater Shows I V20 Special CaTs 300 Peopje Sensational Free Acts Webbers Prize Band of America I Misses DeVonda and Baldwin Lady MUsts in the Thriller Act wTripple Parachute Leap from One Balloon I 3 Running and 2 Harness Races each Day Great Show Rings at Lexingten the Gapi tal oEiheHorseTNor1d A week oft Fn and Reduced Ratesi v Sports j on allroads I tQ eutri1a ta other information address I V JOHpiV BAIN Secretary Ile1ngton Ky WFtULJV J VL1 Que of the principal thuiKs which has been taking heat leutfun of the teachSiyj istho question ofradlierencetb course of atudy A uniform course of fttujdy jis adopttd bythe State awl the effort is to Have the pupils ot each sohool taught in onfocinity therewith This isal matter qf more importance than might appear at first sight When there tSa chance for te uhers tt iis oftea difhcult firj thtt bheVucceedingtouciier tore lefmline HS tojusthow toolaesify hr pupils IS ihg teaching in the grades Were uniform each yeAr ihen the incoming toicher would hjwft this trouble solved forher VV To Speak Here- onD H V McChestiy cantii date for the Dimocratio nomina tion tor Governor wilt a drass thd citizens of Washington coun ty a Springfield Friday 3uly 17 at t oclock pmVatd at Mackvile aV3 p m Mr Ivic Chasgpy is one of the beta cum paigners in tbe State and will no doubt be greeted by llprge crowds at both places LewisCrouch t Mr Luke Crouch Etd1ISSV Julia Lewis were rnafridRev J A Simnis Tuesday evening Mr Cronch is a surf of the late Ben Crouch an Ft he bride iis a daughter of MrV Qepoge A Lewis V McIlv y Russell Mr Arthur Russell andfliss Nell e Mcllvoy vero liietly married in the parlor of Rev P F Senuessy Thursday mocning Rev Fattier EeiTnessy dffieJatihgi Tbe attendants were Mr B Shad erand Mrs J A Wycoff sister of the brCe They ft1m mediately on the eany train fat a short bridal trip Tlife groom is a son of MrS Emily Jtissell aiid the late Ed M Russotv He id a worthy young ukn tftil A competent jeweler andyuli maker Tbe bride is a 4augiu r of Air and Mrs Btu H Mcllvoy and is a very beautiful nd attractive young Jady wth man admirers They will reside in fipringaeld J I MaloneyVV 7 Mfrs Mary FojpeiMalbnQV dlud at St Josephs Infirmary in Lou iisvtlle Monday night f Uovibg an operation She Vas born in tipringfietd KyM 58 ydars ago arid was a daughter of Mr Zuck Pop The Popes wore amonir the most prominent ofcba earlier families of thu cOuntyV Mrr Maloney lived herdarJyJiCe in iSpringtieid and was much beloved by everybody Early in lire she Was united in marriage u Mr JJf JL Mlonyy ol Louis ville after which lair life was sputthere Her life vaH spenti ill the work of alleviating suffer1 mg and improving bite condition of humanity und many of thc pjorof Louisville can give leSt mouyof her wojih thisrugaia and she was duo of the leAdin charity workers of ibe city She iis survived by her husbltnd uud three children MisSiS Marie ahd Louise Maloney andV MjA John Maloneyl 0For State Auditor Col Bob Grtene Is making tbe race for SUte Auditor and we feel like that more officer like bi lwoudbethe thing that Kentucky needs Be says that he wants thu place so that LO can audit Kentuckys businesslike it was hisown andln view of the way In whlcii he haif handled his own office of Clerk of the Court ot Appeals we have not a doubt but that he wouldtlo as he sUys In a conversation with a gentleman the other day he said that Mr q reno ws a mqn who worms hinwulf inTp a place in ones eart which is always kept In reserve for him nw matter how much time piss d from ono meeting whh him to imother tie said tna iiu re membered hiui LouivSville when Bob Greene used to buy papers from him1 and that no matter how orUkly he vas walk ing down the trethe always had time to stop and pat him on his little red head and say some thing kind to him And whaL impressed itself mosto the erstwhile newsboy was the fact that sir Greene never olied for tbe three Cents change duo out of the nickel he purchased the paper with We aref glad that we met this man and t be day was brighter for the sunshine that was left behind hip Clinton G tQ tel J We arn glad to learn of another Washington county boy who is MreUUnqwli tolsapd especiallV iIn thcVgtittity of Mackyille Ky vhere his boyhood days were spent r=jdy maWn his ma k iu lifaV i having chosen as his pro fession the minister Ronad T Hickersoti was born In Wash ington county near Willlsburg and aflerwiirds moved with his parents to Maqk Illfe and after relbeeneredlin Heights Penn where made marked supcess as heI orator be haying won every tnadd1 given by said Sihd l in whfch he took partHe has ac cepted a oaUto the Christiln church in BiirksviileKy where his many friends in Washington county wish Vbithe greatest success inSuch a noble profession Ranald T Hlckerdon is the son of GH Hicktrsoo and Mrs Miranda Hickefspn the latter having died but afew years ago May he ever strive to be a sbin inglight fthe world and visit his od home In Mackviile Ky is the wish of bisjnan friends v A Friend SloekSfie pFSale j Virginia 119 bone black fuce Kentucky and Tonn We ex jieot two to four carloads every wdek tbrghVstasoh Write or phdneusy bur wants H VJ FCootVI v t HjuibD4 StocS Yards Phone 47V C Lexington Ky r kJj Thp Washington County Fiscal Conit Will me4t at the Court Houb in Spfingfldicl Ky Friday Juljr 90 1815 at 10 ocloclr a Jj for thej Qrp Jse Ot raceivingbids on the work fo be done on tbe road jiWding from Springfield to Belch Fork at Predericktown Ky undar state aid and super vision Bids will Specify price per cubic yard placed 1tbe road und rolled in accordance wUh specifications a copy of which will be furnished Os application At the sama time and place bids will be recaived for concrete work on bridges bids for con crete will be made upon a basis of actual cost plus an agreed per c pfotiuS SG C DoNAHOfe County Road Engineer r JDSONLoy Miss Catharine Spaldlng iis at St Josephs Infirmary in Louis villa where abe underwent an operation for appendicitis She is nOvod qui rtfud to reoo very Rev B F Atkinson and fami ly mortotod from uotiisvilo Tuesday and spent the lay with his broiberinfUw the Rev 0 it Crowe and family Alw Robtrt RussIlof Gin ciunati Ohio is the guests of tier pflrnIlll and Mrs JV11 Smith J lrs R W Slmms Sr aud Miss Cecelia Simms entertained a number oft friends yesterday evening Mr and MrVRUbeVL Noo have returned from a visit to friends Spencer couittIMrs Watson of LouisiiUe is the giiesbof Mrand Mrs W E Leachman aslinVMr and MrS Henry Eddferi and Miss Margaret Druiep of Bardsiown spent Sunday with Mr atid Mrs F R Neale Mrs H P McChord of Salem I Is the guest of relatives here Mrs Fannie Blandford is spertd ing this week in Nashville Tenn Miss Maiy M 1Glul and is lin Louisville this week Miss Btygabetli BcBilrov has returned libmo from Lomsviilo Miss Alma Spalding of Lab anon was in Springfield Wednes Hiay I VVVVVVVV rVWV = iiVVrVVVcr CAL L AT VViVI CUVflDIIlgharn c I They are making Mid Summer Prices on every Liiijp 11 II to 237ja W jig2 J Worth 25th35 1r T J1 1 V VVV Sf At EsjDecrally Low Prices l v tiPalm I Beach Suits at 600 tolioO v t1t I Florsheim and Beacon Oxfords and Pumps in Patent Gw Metal I Tan f andWhite Ganvass at closing o JPrices V I Panama and Straw Hats Deep GutPrisi 1 I Special run on White and Goods Gabarducs VpileSi Grepd v Panaiiu j I I1 = t Rug Specials 1 I Weare malingclean up prices on Carpets Mattfl i Rugi VV Lace Curtaihs8 and Wall PaprVV L 9x12 Axminis ers 1750 I 9x12 Tapestries 975VV Xl2X IlM Iw II WALLPPE14to2Oc r I I LAE CURTAINS SOcto 500 IIIJ I iy THEc i W I J i t I 0 5 t t I d f t v 1J r t i VVV SV L aVVrV f t2 r jjjjIVE ws A CA LL c IIho iijj fl-10 AA vvcv v cvi1- MR Stanley Hardesty of Lou isyilie has accepted position at this plfice with his brother Mr T A Hardesty ofttto81 Lexington thU WO1CVVVV j iJCTIM OP PUBLIC WRATH CUrly Parisian Cabman Given a Lesson In Plain Courtesy and In patrtotlsrn At times of overwhelming tragedy when on evdry band are to bo found scenes bf patriotism selfsacrifice andV dauntless bravery when whole na tions are stirred br great calamity the fervor of public ffontlnnsnt sometimes gives rise to incongruously comical situations Such an Incident pccurrf c In Paris during the French mobilization On August 3 a captain who im car rying his equipment stopped a lorso cab on crowded street arid naked the driver to take bin tOv the Eastern railway terminus The cab Stopped and the cabman who was In tIt hu mol stared sullenly at the Captain arid shook his headV t But It isJirgentf cried the capo tatnX am late I must get there Immediately T k Again the driver shook his head A group ot bysandera wltnesed the cabmans refusal They spoke to one another In an undertone Suddenly they rushed orwnrVpl ked tip the captain oodlly tte Whlm equipment and alt Into ttfcflbi1d alammed the door 9HQ pulled the driver tromJiJ eat A jhait from the crow- dartcaugbtIcal 1 the reins I- nalnt nS timthe ojptriln was rntI rnflwatIl aD4o r + rVVDouncansi WEQUOTEI Stiisri IY 1 9x12 Jap I LGUNNINGH J NEd FIRf 1RREShUItZCVQV tltcoHeatinfcS 81da tI tXt J I l4 tw I NflticeioThe ii bli lir j1U 1IV Ik I l3I4 a Chemical Dry cleaned pressed for v i 7 tI I Ladies and Gents woolen suits chemicalry cleaned andpresed h f1 OO r i I One piece dnessasS oI r frl B9Silk Waist V JwlW J J =Girdles U v it lf 5 M JO JiW jeir fIJf r1cC tIIIE L r t i t tir IiIvw enh IIKidGloves t 0 Qctp stat9Vtc p tli JuollC Icnic14yi elm Tfmrsuay fend 1iidaycwiirV wash Pahnseac Suits every Vp 4ay W dsyVIIwater l Y afternoons j also make LdU ad Gents alter relne repaIr Gents Suits b ushtd proal 3Se IIVILadies N6f is rpf o SpoRg dS IF W Bauffliiter S Ii l PHGNJj18ipUte 4 II = HVVVThe laou isyille Times and NewsLeacler bothA ode yearjor 4ajr