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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a- tSTBLISHED ANNO DOMlyr sf j ajIEYlSE iJw GFIELO WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY XKY 22 Ht5 r itit vuI II t r tiiji ttOF What th Temple tr i tlrlal T rrgrM moe Gods Mi r thi Urrf Fitted Vsttp s 1b A wtyrs try low att ie esid rw- 1w all 1ik- cr ap sthat br Astor eloaW fRr Da av a rt ItPsidIi Ia- t the 118we a Mf years taaac wse katioo Strange bo Ry It ayout a month hltba e Doubtless this con t ie u t typical bison Is SeIOoson s Tern PaM k In any other bulldlag W- a1tta 1e1 Corn 2 Codathtans SilC which the Apostle Suggests j ewreepOBde to the Taber ratlr than God with the t5j time titervd t with tJ end Be ce T ttM qbtkiMk Light la the Most Wy ot flrkhewAcie Bo rasa the W olo batting ot tBe Holy Splr tills o bodM ire tabernacles tern Spiritlitvihe ge wBki we receive as the start ff wr exhrteaefTa Sew Creatures in i That Heir lUttalutlon spread tV iSfoad la tM site as sore and more- s= pUMBHf fight sI dire knowledge of lBiil ry Br and by the Lords rjoifcilfer ses wWbe changed from Scab JRQ prtt aidl be more perfectly piHOf MMtod by Solomoms TemPle a ti yar tlrs of 4hi LivirtoINs JL jW aare Wautlfal thoughtt Ja Jf JWi o1itftto wr atttatioa by St Peter r1Ie hula us that Ute cartons members f K t1I Chvreh are MriBistGpejb i Jfes tentering and polishing pre Jaratory to their uniting In one glorl ws Temple of Go- daeyo i the Yell t+ 1 Peter 25 The tf if l a f topeA rt at the 0 Ba lsiiry and QperKI rt =p and reiwd ter the4r place that they came er witbest send of hammer Ie the Church 4a GOTA workmanship j to 2w His work Rill be so per 1A fectly accotBpJf6kedtkat ti ere will be Veyfitac u4 jprpJBtaWe aei sapeople J tech of titeM as can realize their High Calliag to membership In the Temple j jfatlyappreciate thereafter the ue iMitjrJor trial Hdl ltlesWh1cht t sand aftlkfc for Heavtnly glory bs er immoftetky These are the alt o worklHf tegetiMH for good to thsra atTe GedepariBff them I isrricesof the fa tlre aihia tof leOktil haltthjt1 T ujtr ceewtructioB suggests a atatute wont Why construct Tem jifc had trot use ltT erloiis Injury itciae to ua through errors bfttie past WKk the view that the Church alone h lgft be v40c1 that at Christs r coiWl Corning the world will be burnI A7sg up the construction of the Church the Temple would seem to be niwMs ilnce there would be nobody to rbe blessed by itf IIoweFerar eycafof understand tg open more and mdre we Seo that Instead e terminating at Christs See and COffiItI t1tc Dlvfoe Flan jvlll merely begin tiers so far as the world Is concerned The Chinch will be the pent Temple through which all man klad will return to harmony with God Zveattiliy this el rified Temple will be tlUTSewse of prayer forall people ttaracir the glorified Church Gods j eseAc Will be manifested and fits 1araasy fe to nil il 1it isaeiha tha Temp iSfhea the Temple was ready for fegcatiM KIng Solomon presented it i1JWIr Jf It I to God with the prayer which con stitutes the basis pf todays Study a prayer beautiful in its simplicity and Indicative of his perception of the great truth that God Is a per sonal God whose- dwellingpJace Jji fo everywherefrWertl IIe4ven1 T shows tlittt the iI1 kkJc Sally understood that the prec F Jl ecthe Temple indented thaf r atoPemtr a Prayer would be ai prppriatc t During tlic Millennium all mankind J win have opportunity of approaching God through Hln Teuiple pf which thert 1ktsarprayeJ people Asa result Restitution wjiri BtefWf to completion SokHBtoa great Antitype the Lord i fieeseChrIct will dedicate His Churchy 1anHUY prescotlnjr to Jehovah the- ietrtle which iIs JIm Body feared up MI tie Third ThousandTear Day from t HH deaththe downing df the Great Sabbath Tlwil Divine glory will ill i the Te ple rossiljty as in the typet tihfe BMy b while yet lheCIweek ta et gtaie ffu1s r r PINt s tblLbt t IYlJC njliihutii hi the yoar 1H4 hy a fallaa Dift h fotdMrttk W AtenhuJj vktf 1 1M the UwMhhelTru tfeto war itil McHMi sae4a i to proleot hft weetheana thmrii or wlwtt she woe weyrd ftW a M 4k 1ookoL TIM tbvM Mribsoomela Cb fIb IatJe tM tt H itiMC Hie ls1a MtJaelnt tillable oa the than ill lab lays 4 rrT o 7 i t I jfWj h 11b Lh iiuOEDICATING jFcC- hr Kentucky ChildrjBUs Soeidty bM at preMBt in t ivlDIHoe 20i chibiria Thighs an anRrecedented number for this 3 iioQ of the year but oying to the conditions created by the worldwide war the Society is overcrowded with child caw We find it necessary to appeal once more to the citize a of of Kentucky and ask them o intotheirjhomes dertheae ot two 108 boys and girls under the age of 7 15 of wbich are between tbe age of two and ttva The rest art the older boys and girls betweLi- the age of 1 and 14 It would Sot poly be an act of charity on the part of 6ar citiz sw to open their hearts and their homes to these little cbidr x but inline cases out often these children will wove a great ad vantage and satisfaction to the families who takjB them We dp not believe that there areany fines looking children in the State than we have on hand at the present time Thfcondilipns in the work sic serious if we do not place these children promptly we will be compelled to ask the Judge not send us any more children un til WG can place a large number in homes We do notwant to do this as we want the Institution at all times to the call of the destitute homeless child Will you not think of tho need of each child for a mother and father and if possible sEnd us 1i letter telling us that you will take one of these little ones into your home Yours very respectfully Geq L t3ehout ttState Supt r i There is a very serious and dangprous malady prevalent in the HopeweU community It is contagious and apparently incurable Sometimes affects females but is very much worse among the male population It attacks its victim aian early hour Sun day mornipg and continues past the hour for Sunday School and ChurchK when it begins to abate and usually by the time the noon tide meal is prepared the patient is able to sit up and take notice and by Monday morning he is able to go about his usual voca tion for aafothersix days Then he deliberately plans and makes ready for another attack whch is just as sura to grip him as the dawning qf another first day of the week Anyone able to throw light on this mysterious disease r offer My suggestion ir at miifot pcre beeScial will be 1 jla fyh aH We would even fctgraWfiilerafood disinfect amtrHeftry Cownty Local vita k Yict rY A Hrnbi Accident Ernestrboatb 18year old son or the late Jack Thomas of the Calvary section of tbe coanty was the victim ofr a terj riable accident Wednesday about noon The accidenti took place on the f baY his father sitaatedabout three or four miles rath of town The young ataa aosistei by others had been eagagtd in cutting oats Itsi a bir They had drivVfc IIwereparatory to go to dinnei e0e of tke horses a young ant teal beoavte vngoverjaablt and began to plunge about in the harness This frightened tbe other horses and they started to ran YaqdRThomaswag knock ed down and caught under tie machine and dragged some dis1 tinc before teem could be topped When taken from un der the machine it was foundJ that his left arm had been struck by the sharp sickle of the binderI and almost severed body Hewasburriedlybrough to Dr Boldrioks sanitarium Tn a weakened condition from the loss of blood where his arm was Helt9Odwell and yesterday was gtting along as could be expected Bis verydopbfulLebanou Lends Aid To His Country rWest Orange NtTiThomas A Edison hasaccepted an invi tntion from Secretary Daniels to bend an advisory boardof civi lian mwentpra a for a Bureau ot InvebtioH and petelopment to t t DPparwent o forward at once to Washington wherb the new plans await word from the man who can turn dreams into realities Daniels fdea of utilizing the genju of Americans in and out of the military and naval service to meet conditions of warfare shown in the conflict on land and sea ifit Europe Is outlined iinI YIlaskingYI i he wohid undertake the task of adyisitig the proposed bureau Among the great problems to gatoraltherine warfare adding that he felt surf that Mr Edisons wonder ful brfcip to help them the officers of the nayy woud be able o 1r me i this new danger with ne djevices that will assure peace to our country by their effective ness BdhGrce For Auditor Robert L Bob Greene hay mg served for tbo lastfour years 1J1 and Ling ineligible to reel etio- isIi fst tacky to elect him tQlbe re sponsible position of Bute Audi tor of Public Accounts Mr Greene has long bet n a familiar figure about the adImipistrations i i the office of the Clerk of th Court of Appeals lawyers and others who had any business iin this office always sought out Hob Greene knowing full well tha he was not only well qualified to give the information butthut be was always obKgiug in the pr formance of his official duties He did not keep a strict office hour rule but would always accomodate anyone who came at- any hour of the day or tha nh He was out of office for several years during which time bo opened a law office and did 1a nomina11le4 yearstago e Courtof Appeals EverylBwyer knows that there lias never been a better clerk in office It iis doubtful if there is betterin tht United States Mr Greene is still in t ic pr a of life He is educated vudi voted and a man ofblamjlt s life If chosen Auditor bewou J carry into the conduct of the offices ripe experience and a thorough knowledge of the details of the office i While not taking sides in thi rades for the nomination the Messenger feels impelled to sa j this much for hint as well as ttqj J say that hghas in the past lafit tended strictly to lIlls wnSuB ness and has never mixed in partisan scrambles at the Star Capitol r lf-a Stock Sheep For Sale Virginia big bone black face Kentucky and Tenn We ex pect two to four car loads ever week through the season Write ntsIYards Phone 41 Lexington Ky CASTORIAFor Infanis and Children Tin K4 You Haw Always Bmttt Bears tbe- Signature oof RESOLUTIONS Adopt d lir tie Tatdr ers Institute Last WMk i Resolved That we the COBK mittee on Besolutipns for berr Washington County Teachers asnsembled beg to report the fol f lowing resolutions First That oar thanks are tendered to Mr G D CatleUas Janitor for keeping the house tj insnch splendid order heartilycongrateelate our Superintendent Alias Ella D Shannty who I the freIthe able and impartial manner LIJl which she has presided over this Institute z heartfelttJ thanks are hereby exteodettto our able instructor Prof George rein which be has discussed h1 different subjects periainiax to L to tbe upbuilding of the schools oand teachers expresstour appreciations ior the many excellent addresses delivered by tttownsmen and visitors especiallyi Jnd eSheeI1a address 001j Kentucky and Prof H Cherry address this morning ifthF We wish to thaik the musicians of Springfieldt i dellghtfUlltmus1c i jihtsrest manifestedi by the trusc tees who attendedl the Instltote on Wednesday and regret that unavoidable ci cumstances pre vented others from attandicg seventh We hpreby highly resolve thatt we wllli encourage our boys and fjrls emulate tits example of the County Graduates1 who receiy i their diplomas a Thursday night yEighth We wish to thank Ifl Miss EmmaNunan for the ex Cellent1 a nerJie which shehar- kePt 1p the record of this Institute usualefee ot 10 be allowed her for hRa tserVJcest Ninth Be it also resolved that we indorse the ad opt ion of a competent system of supervisiona dl tbe rural o ourllCounty theseYresolutions be put spon the reo 1ordsone be sent ta each of the County papers tJerome S Wilson DJ Miller Jennie Redding ReglnaOBryan f Pearl Hickerson Committee Resolutionson For your Horses and Cows try a sack of Arrow Brand Molasses Feed B D Lake CoI r A ilrt tbM tit wM morning la irOexA t Jwli li Inlet r we aecl ed 9M trotI 61iri Peak was a f aiWrtaoott Iy j r evtdetace istrdIng this ai PAk ad isM to escape repidoi rsby He badtwith al bsr of r r sboxtitlw ae et- nd sg h who had tttkua iu t day ota JiN r i II roli t- ii ab the l thioirly IrM begter tbatsfter 4oIr z loft Latsier A1a ei TiN KL ar atlof4the4 caineitoKeatecky Growit9E alfalfa binsL of farriw 1 the land mist tbt4 leetats chats itearly all iZetrtnck t as they art lltrad a l Whoa par lawte are 1fi mineral jantfoi lefiKtes grown to sa nitroge i the i we in abuMlavce fthSheaviest yielder aid Ibi- la Jng t We expect to see JOOOQ tt tii of alfalfa sowed ia u this season Tne latM awaking toitsps4ibtllils arson ou tJ will pmtCII one The f mtr AJ M of it are SKI ejrUiiiiMil SJLt r J batiti a dte good aen beeause vff e W se4c is slat hfxsldthat though UM wart re COlrtthleribl r a1 aoawyeturplGpt ort yet raalrt 3A time tht praiii lat jotber fiald crn rgttjeFug Jft Hy l LOSTBetrtFeiw Mayes store asadT H Court a ladies Vte b Vd Jn irsRlriold lift ti othe articles fwMcj w iwardti bv rMirein Hilf Jl P 8irr t c v C L Brady Sj riHSW r r has for sale oltitrosLMbortbra dull it 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rWsSatot4Mto aacmee TH- f 1ip r M a M iMtn for Jtepresea- tfcif9 I te tk Lwr Kwwc of the Ken i twy l fteUHtf from W blCte- nJ Ms473 to tMlItIei1 of tlte 1 ItomtutHt ptrty IH tIte Anffwt pri J t t JaIiIrt fatlMriMcJH j9 Bil Iiit NSbSM M a candidate for Repcten tMift in tile Lower Heowef the KeB I tjBrtry Lsflilehir Ireai Washing ton J puty ct t Ute aetleil qf t1M r fyj t laaa lnr UitUott of Nash jr fytUIi bsalla M a4cilMa Mara l7tatT thi Mayor who was sssfyfg as a wita Mi worI is yth Co rlroolDand 1 4kar hIt Good Cut out platoki sad murder will cut ItMtfotti Aa the botgb U bent rK f IM to tres iwrliaetI iriil not Ui 11t imiftbojli iffc 6ive toy plO g e15IsI iIr infant hauds slik whit ty grow Lp thuI ik iitaDly tto do tato J re6l obd otat carry a de t- hf r LJttl firIs are 4IOllif1i wy dishe tbat tbLt iiijp Way leart how 10 sew and l to itfrlioias M i as for tfc ir amusement Cutdatwe ftTftbe boy a mord wholesome toy than a pistolfior his amuse mt It would certainly be dir noiiBf bis edncaliori in a better cbasil AY jffi American note t- osraawiIl be repitition of the rjfbte of neutrals cCvjlians to travel on unarmed merchant ships and that any further In cideais like the sinking of the LuriUnia willbtitaken as an Un friendly act i + fpAial was trving a sentence of 5 years for kill 1fnga ran when a few dabs ago the supposed dead man return ed iin god health He will be given a ntirieriB LL t Now that Harry K Thaw has b tQ iclreds ne th lien tist and New Y rJ Uwye rwill be oat ta job k There are- 15295 automobiles Jlctased m Ky iV fAOMOBltI I Take fwarnlBftwI violate the ftutomobilelAirs By this is meant alt autOiir6bi lawfc both 5 to th CitY tt1hMc sand ias to the State laws phrthe subject Read section 2 39g of Kentucky StMiteaa amendec by acts of 191t1fle 179 0 I1sba1l wait see that you have your proper registration tags and numbers properly displayed that xou1 curry at least fsro WfiteV lights in front qf your maqhine and a red light in the Year from suns t to one hour before sunrise The rear light must be BO locate as to mak0 visible the number at all tim L Automobiles must be equipped with tprjqpqr and suffl cleat brakes and horns or other signal device and it is unlavifdi to leavd any part of this ma cninery running when s4mels- standing still 6n any public highway unless there be some ape in attendance Anyone operating a motor vehicle on Main Street between Walnui and DocwStreet or on Main CrowStreet Between Bigh and Water Stretat a rate of speed in excess of ten miles per hour or on any other street iIn Spring gId at a rater of speed in excess ofUS m les ptr hour will oe ar reId and charge J prefarrSd against them and in alt cases gardBto the traffic and uSedftbe high way at the time and operate his machine in a reasonable and salt manner so as notio endanger life limb or prO FtvctJl1ny person and on crowded days when there is much traffic the rule must be educed below the abova figures tYour attention is further called jdlbtJ- e care to be exercised in p iusiag restive bonus and the duty 1- mIP08edt give proper warning when pr6aching perscnli or anImalS it lif agaicstHttei law for anyiiif1okkaeUeiosi to operate aua qmoWlQ 4 fct is against the law fof anyjttbi1dji iVVn trage ocffU to McCpNEYTHEHAHFORVICTflRYlNNOVEMB Tpacs Yte lii4ryi Districts arid MowttaiM Willl Mo- nThaiiMahst UpFr UMr Iferf Wfc May BkEIectio ef LstFw Yrs rTbi The li ttor caatldattf aRt tkallquor organs In their desperate fforts to tea the rapidly increasing strength of Mr McChesney and toprenBtlf poMlkl what seems to be Jail prob able fiBlaatl Hi as the nocratlo candidate for Governer IA the August clriculatingnated he can not be elected in No vember They base this statement wlUskeyandbeer forhimcrafifliquorDimo ar1InMcOhelneythy votforIs IsjUltmany years Most of them do not hOtor nee after they have taken part in the primary Admitting to be true their purpose to bolt if Mr McChespey II Dominated and that Is what this talk amounts to when they say he could not be elected let us see whether or not it Is to be feared The eopJeof Kentucky remember very welt that in the Senatoriall prk mary last years the same kind of talk usedaptnstGovernfer candidate for the Senate then as he iff tko liquor candidate for Goternor now vst4 the same argument so did the same liquor newspapers What this Argument amounted to in effect was that if Etckham waa nominated the whiskey and beer Democrats would bolt hun while if Stanley should be nominated he would get all of those votes and also the votes of the tern perance Democrats who would be too toboltakes part in the primary The result St that primary should be fresh in the B Mory of Kentucky Democrats With all the power and wealth bt the die tilleries the breweries and thesaloons baek of him Stanley was defeated by a substantial minority Beckham was nominated and a large majority of the liquor Democrats did bolt him In the trNoveater ejection It is necessary cnly to look at the returns from that ejection to demonstrate it la all of the cities and liquor centers Beokham ran considerably behind the Operate an auiom ibileunless t companied by father mother or guardian lInhere are many other provisions of the law as to violations of same vhicH can be found by reference to the section quoted and with which e ery tortvebiclesef There have been some via lations of the law in Springfield hut nomore goes in the future Iam giving you this Informs tion and warning tq save you trouble Please remember jt and above all practice it Now when you get pinched dont cuss oldDoc Grace Jy J GRACE City Marshal EDUCATIONAL FUND President Yuan Shf Kai has Iv Med a mandate ordering the estab t fundIfhtll provide 1 200 scholarships for Chinese students at home and sbroadVeach yielding 400 annually depositIng7of CHw Recent reactionary ten dencies in China have causedconsid erable uneasiness regarding the fu ture of inojJernfeducatipn President Irians mandate is takebas evidence that he realizes the necessity of moo VP education GUESSED HE HD ENOUGH I igfp1Wsj Well what fcepf you so later iemanijed Mrs Naggs her war slg sal displayed rrstopped to read ihp bulb tins faltered Mr Naggi The bulletins What was on the bulletins Why all about thefighting Fighting fighting Iwit fins seen pont youjget enough fight ing1Jfhe 1Jiyemdea I gu ss I prajpJeJdU i7 Y dfi eiiwri 0WTI1HG T fl r At N0b4 = f t z J I 4Vv PicqJi ic5tlirday I Jtilyf24 1915J 4l 4L ATFBEDEO1SDWN KY pIbr Benefit H 1yTty church r S u I IteMjTo Eat i1 t LBest of OrderI jlLis i 1 H aE c Ml 1tTriGv r I for Cir m Jidje will speak on thioc i J 1 i s rest of the Democratic ticket Even ia Louisville which he carriea by a large majority he ran nearly 2600 votes behind the majority of the Democratic nominee for Congress in Ken ton county city of Covington he rece Ted 1889 votes less titan the vote for the Democratic nominee for Con gress In Campbell county city ot Newport he received 1632 less In Fayette county city of Lexington a5200becarriedin every city where there was a liquor vote Even Iii Henderson county Stanley home Governor IUrI ran about 200 or 250 votes behind ticket even though Stanley made a speech there before the election os tenslbly for the ticket but it happen wheretieBeckhamStanlelshelp him Notwithstanding all of this defection and bolting Governor Beck ham won over his Republican ponent Governor Wlllson by 32000 givento30 years So the threat o tIr Stanley and his whisky and beer supporters proved to be futile and empty It is the same old trick they are trying to work again on the Democrats this year But it will fool only the unthinking or the ignorant Mr Mc Chesney is undoubtedly the strongest candidate the Democrats can nomU electedbeyond lIquorcentersjUlt thecQ11ntr7is receiving the assurances of thou sands of temperance Republicans and supporthimrow who tis well known as a wet man arguethatnominate a wet candidate for GOver- nOr on a wet platform the Democrats should do the same jhlng and get into a race with the Republican ticket to see which can bid the highest for the whiskey and beer votes of the state goingtoliquor trust man and Mr StAnle peopliknowRepublican l1dldate is with Mr Mo Cljesney as the Democratic candidate He will be nominated and elected Advertisement SHOW COUNTRY IN INFANCY 9 films of Patriotic Order Depict Scents of Interest to the Young stars A photo play depicting the strif between the early colonists and the Indians and conflicts of the Revolution the story of which centers about the famous Revolutionary leader Francis Marlon will be presented in JDOtlon jploture theaters This drama en tled Francis Marion tire Swamp Fox ia in three parts and presents exciting battle scenes between the colonials and the British soldiers as well as handtohand conflicts en gaged In by the settlers and the In dims In these scenes hundred men t participate t A secret love tjtalr between 7h hero and the daughter of a settler whlqh has Its Inception when the former rescues the girl from the Indians Is interwoven in this story culminat ing happily after the surrender af Cornwallis The opening tqene of the play shows Cherokee Indians atta ktheI cabin of Jacques Vldeau Betting the eabln on fire and filing all the occu pants as they flee from the fin1elI save the daughter Mary whom they make a prisoner Francis Marion at the head of a band of settlers defeats and routs the BaTages resculng Mary ind placing the orphaned girl in the care of his sister Marlon falls In love with Mary but because indications point to a romance between her and Gabriel his nephew Marlon conceals Us affection When war is declared between the- Colonies e and Great Britain nciMarion organizes a body of troops and offers the services of his regiment to Gen Gates but that officer declines to enlist them They adopt the firstt American flag the rattlesnake designItan With the Inscription underneath 1 Dont Tread on Me Marion and his men create terror in the British lines by appearing and attacking when and where they are least expected and do- Ing much damage- Lord ConmaUls who has worried because of the American manders activity sends CoL Tarle ton known as The Butcher to cap ture The Swamp Fox but the latte lo warned oT the redcoafaapproac and escapes with his men Tarleton finding his quarry gone raids the home of Marions sister driving the inmates from the house with thO ex cf ptlon of Mary The British officers then occupy the house Marions men attack the British camp and set fire to Marions house 0withredcoat officers apd defeatjng thp EJng IJsJi force Mary s rescued from the hloo and learns that Gabriel was killed In toe tray Two months later attar the stTr render of Cornwallls Marion returns to his home Believing that Mary was in love with his nephew be a fen her his sympathy for her bereave ment but to his surprise Mary emI braces him and knowing that he top diffident to propose she pOps tb j question herself For a moment Marion is bewliderjed jut fce soon reo covers from tlje happy sfiocjt find fakes her in his arms t lftctii JBatrhlp The United States fa tIle first na tion to electricity Jn place ituiu to propel a battJeshlp That will be the motive power on tb Crea naught CaUfornla vherelU r I be used according to a method tb has been thoroughly tested and p fected on the big 19000ton collier piter where it has proved most sue cessful The advantages are man y As the speed of a vessel run by elec tricity cnn be instantly changed tIdangerous racing of the propellers in heavy seas can be prevented Then an electricpower plant occupies far less space and weighs less than ma rine engines that produce an equal amount of epergy Finally tho cost muchJcoal The pew dreadnaugnt will prob- ablY have two plants Jf one gets otof order the ship can still proceed mf thrnrhq r Sr rr f IiaI q t vQrIE FloEa- 1 JOHN AiPOLIN IICOMIIiNIEAiTiisORt4TTOEMBI 11 j 1 T ELEVENTH JUlMCIAL DIStRKn J Si5TI Democratic Primary Saturday August 7 L r A r luIIuuI 71JThat bullets neither whine hiss howl hum nor whisper the contrary nctellststor oiatloa given by Mr Edward C Cross man in Outing With One possible ex eoptl n when in certain conditions of pen country modern mllllary bullets hisfl to thoso standing back of the flr tug ltne7nothlng is audible except a sharp crash of air dosing around the bullets base when It travels at high speed At a velocity of 1500 feet a second or more tho noise Is like nothing much as a long and very violently cracked blacksnake whip Those who stand far enough from the rifle hear the bullets crack and the dull thudding noise of the rl0 laterIself which has been outspccded London makes a soldier tilt at yard range first hear the sound of the 1thekilled him half a second before the sound from tiadrifle reached him Three Woman Senators There are now three woman senators In the United State slnqe Miss Kathlyn Clarke of Glendale was elect ed state senator at u special election In Oregon She ran on the Democrat Ic ticket against two men and wob with a plurality slightly under one hundred votes The other two worn senators are Mrs Helen Ring Robinson ofColorndoand Mrs Trances Willard Munds of Arltona1Senator Munds presided Arizona senate recently during the consideration of a bill to amend the law relative to the fees and salaries of cpunty officer This t the first otlmo in this country that a woman has presided over a legislative body Pauperhmember of the Poole tribu was found badly frozen and unconscious when picked up tim miles from Towanda and hurried to the poorhouse where he Is at the point of death Both ears his nose both feet and both hands were frozen Accompanied by his oneeyed dog ho bd started over he hills to the poorhouse falllpg by the wayside Isn the booze was his first yt teranca upon being restored to cpq splpuspess Hs dog tein ned faith tul end was lapping the face qf thc roan when fOundTowauda Pa Dispatch to Phiiaddpbia Record tNovel Burglar Alarm A novel burglar alarm has been placed on the market In Qerthanyeorn dlskclrcuJarLIn shape which may easily Uerorried In the vest pocket It Is so arranged that a detonating cap may be inserted and so loaded it becomes a terror to sneak thievesl Suppose a traveler Is staying in a strange otel and linda that ho cannot lock his doer He places a chair against thp door and 18offtould anyone attpmpt tP ette- the r t e reS1gt t clteir forced ot qf poet 31tloQ ftD dlgc mOt ppen npfltpp cap tabaggltgOfprlutomobUuUrea and la many other ways WHY THEY FOUjBrrr The Jnan from tho bituminous toal region had just walloped the ground with the man who had af tempted to take liberties with him Then standingover the fallen and vanquished assailant ho said It is well for you to underBfanJ the pnrasinffQf things For instance you you ustiit ever cOnfab a offt 1tVf ninrr with a eot ccalWi J nr HIS UNLUCKY DAYS OFF Fireman Breaks Ankle Leg Foot Arm and Head In Five of His Rest Periods His left ankle broken when caught with several other firemen Under a falling wall at the big fire In Collihgs wood Capt George Wade recalled at the Homeopathic hospital Camden that all five serious mishaps he has sustained while In the Camden fire de partment were met in responding to calls on his dayoff says the bll dell pha Record Such was the case the 1headqulJrtena1 Ipnhe was thrown tram the engine and suffered a compound fracture qf the left leg At another time in a Ukoi accident also on his day off his right foot wail crushed At still another time Captain Wade suffered a frac tura of his lleft arm by a fall at a lIre at Eleventh and Cooper streets Fighting a fire at the Graves Tarnish plant on another day when be jus happened around he sustained a con cusslon of the brain when struck by a falling cornice I thOJcaptaInj Jopaneso administration ot Korea baa adopod aqtieer but very effective method of stamping out die ease duo fto thb common fly says tim f s1011ganof t1at1 populace and an iUustration in the latfest nnnual repOrt on reforms and prog t ress In Korea beara the enticing head line Purchasing flies train natives by government officials The report however tantalizing hqmpinterestthe thousand and lbij natqrt ot the local satteai t Goldsmith Edinburgh 4 Tho roll of honor in the book Fa mus Edinburgh Students Includes the name of Oliver Goldsmith which may surprise many people the fact that ho had at any time any assqcla tion with Scotland being little known lays the Condon Chronicle It took several universities to complete the education of Oliver Goldsmith and Ed inburgh was one of them After he graduated at Dublin lie spent three years In verse writing lluto playing and in more less perfunctorily utudylng law at London and medicine k apltalHesoon to have met either Burns or Robert Yetgu81 0nbotbof whom would would have been men after his own heart Each could have pilotedJilra to boozingii Plant Art Education Isadore Duncan has announced her Intention to supply un art education to 1000 children tndeorphans by the war She hopes att4r she war lis end ed to take her present pupils and manyqthors to an island which she had purchased off the coast of Greece Th re she expects eventually to teach tOOO children 200 each from Germany Trnvce Belgium England and Russia w wall as American children vfho tnay Xlsh1p be Jncluded but fpr whos Sup jortj TJ J JJQiiiil2riiiJoillcisDr4h jyefijboatfs JJeink IWr ij fbl rf ffTi IOrOUSlY rceshfuaj delicious t Thirstueichi lij aDcI ir IIt The bewe rI9 rand yours t 5Iesdibe jimt ty M TlEr cocA cpI COMPANY Whemvcr Aileisi c d you tee w AriowtKink of CoerCoU Tie GlUT FAt crw- Wik Si et ths Iwarra iSnaS0S ar Vals I so1O IAIM awI I JII1 pj Fpar Ns1I HOME LIFE s2ScaT Itr Ia1i4ta b8 pwtea of thrilling ttqriM J p 4 I odUmel7 nideiroroni74r I rs- iacws Ipeople Special tdopar tu ne MAGAZIItElIelP1D naud Ex at cbtnte WonninsRrnaw I41 Wardrobe nOJ8lheFaillllla et and Girls and I1Mo A s1ss hetp Is Country ure = m jioawweric HI rIRd- JarEorth A Whole Yews = h 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iealatoe ills It has no equal I JortIa yeans tke Lydia R Plnkham- Heilc eCokas recommended Paxtine te theIr private correspondence with t wo f whfck proyes Its superiority WOM wko hare been cured OyiIt is worth Its weight In gold toasts BOc large box or by malL r 7k j3 rJrte Toilet Co Boston Kntt = j I LtStifiberryi Plants riP AND SHADE TREESSSc x 4S 0 I and ourfirst offering of there mirkablec illlii pear1Pitato i FIeeOtiogsf No AgexIt8 I j tlf Bllleaweycr 4 Sons xinJtton y 191- eI Iii 1 xereld ft a4 ers care each earfA the exuodna tlons of the thou t crutkizngISilds of Ijaml thelant srants lao t j leaving forelflands to s ek hosiW In the Unttef l MatH in thJUt statements Wem sale eaxg1ng that the gOY t let11 ttx Ix In passing on the physical aafl TieaUl fitntM of 1mtt gramts sat a st iy of the report of tin iHt years work of the putttle elth service ffeyslciaus who exN tile IcuQlcrants will show that erer vam Jr man ami cljlld entering this eettBt r must aMet strict health ri nulremests before being perafttei t pwthrntgratIpn oc1a1s- jffnde the direction of Surgeon QCB 1 iM Raper Jlae 4 Jot exam fMUeM ha lien developed which t mice dlftcalt the entry of the phys belly ai fstrfly anflt According healthIrveAWork M the JMtlscaI year ending 3eme 3 Ullctkff governments Biedl ht offleenL exajBlaed 1574371 immi grant at ports in the united States 9t5 l1tl depeBdencies Pgrto Itlcq and BawalC THte repert Included the ez Mdnatlon of tdnpprary or nbn1rnmI rant arrivals who are the alien redI makitigt a vtetnpor r trip abroad and all alien reeidtnr ahread aaking attemporiuT trip to the Vetted States The perm meot immlgraat arrivals in the TJaltft Mates last year numbered 1197992 r Oat eS the alien examined 3SBM were erl1tlefte the office ot the AtTSIte States UBBdgmtfon blireaL if Ike liartrBe11t ot labors for phyacal Tkfi lanlgrants who fette t lie the eauBlaatipn of the ptHe iHsatth offices were divided into fftI 5 Oat ti Oe 21555 deffetlvei f TOO lUsyTQ LEGISLATE r That more than Edxtfper cent of the representatives in congresa areI lawyers and only 15 per cent aro business men is bewailed by our J sprightly confemporaiy the Wall Street Journal which would like to aee ibis state of affairs reversed If the recent depressjpn trade were ttifcs long probacted thisjnight be ac esmplished but not otherwise ThIwaadm busmess men are not in con fijesi if that they dont want to be Yorktd 7 I 1 i CASTO R IA- j 3Wr iKfaiiM aiti CkiMrta cllllW Y IIIK tJtnofa r lHM it TOWN I rTk Sii6i1LHSii6i1 tY itr r FrieNds 1 1AIIIteI AcqsaMjancss PTAIFor slower rate of Insurance that is absolutely secure telephone or write R 0 Brown eIf Brady Springfield r rB has lor sale one long yearling iroan tlbrtbbrn bull Special sale of Sumner millinery at prices that will surprise you on Jriday hid Saturday July 23 and 24 Dot fail to aethe best values ever offered Foster Smith ROy C R Crowe suggests tit the men come tocbnrch with their coats off if r ihey fe61 disposed to do so this hotI weatherIThe Union Service of the Fresbyteaian Christian and Methodistchurcbes will beheld Sunday night at the Christian iChjirch JJav R EO Law son having charger of the service For RentrrThrae rooms in bouse on Grnndy Avenue with garden Call have possession at j once as expect to be away this winter Applyto Miss N E Walker or L MWalkerI While fishing inthe Big Beech s1itebvdrOwning was a son of Mr Ton More and was a young man highly regarded by everybody MrsIt Tohn T McGinnis of this placeji is a sisterjj Mr and Mrs E O Walker entertained a number of friends last Sunday in honor olIMiss Carrie Boldricks 15thl birthday A delightful dinnerSi was served in the spacious din ing room of the Walker Mansion and among the guests were 16a members of the Bodrick family Miss OarrieBoldrick has been ill for several months Ind herE friends are rejoiced tOi fiki rove Hold Open Meeting ji The Wbraans Club held anj 11laStwa a very interesting program onsisting of musical numbers including vocal solos Several very entertaining and interest log talks were givyn discussing Various proposed improvements the most important of which was a public Library for the use of the public Harrod burg Fair Next week will be Harrods aiweekor everybody The Harrods burg Fair is known and famed far and near as being one of the best fairs in the State beiner lo cated as it is in tie heart of the Bluegrass itis in position to get the best stock in the countr There will be plenty of amuse ment for everybody A good dinner on the grounds and good distilled water Besides Har rodsburg is one of the leadIng historic centers in the State and tis a shrine that should be visited by every true Kentuckian Teachtrs Institute The Washington CountyI Teachers Institute neldxtit the Court House last TOPICS I I Aar 1 Model Sanitary fDental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel220IDr W Vaughn Stallard week was one of the best that has been beid for many years Prof George W Colvin the In structor was at his best and delivered to his many educational Coworkers lectures on educational topics in such a pleasing and interesting manner that in stead of being an unpleasant task to attend the Institute all were eagemtodo so and regret ted whan tbe work was over Several interesting talks were given by other persons among the number being Bon W 0 McChord Hon A O Stanley AJr1 Duncan and others Hon B fl Cherry delivered a very interesting talk to the teachers on Friday morning Prof Cher ry Js one oftne leading educators of the State add Iis capable ot giving useful and practical ad vice to the teachers f Spoke At Court House Hon H V McChesney spoke at the Court House last Friday in the interest of his candidacy for tbe office of Governor The house was well filled with an attentive audience Mr McOhes ney delivered a good speech in his usual humorous manner il lustrating his points with his picy anecdotes He has spoken here maby times before and has many strong friends here even tb se who oppose his candidacy for Governor He was introduced by Rev J Pow ell Tucker pastor of the Spring eld Baptist church in an eli oquent speech in which he de plored the evils of politics and rejoiced that a time was coming wen many of these evils would jbe eradicated While Mr Mc Chesney discussed other generall 89ue S the greater portion of his speech was devoted to a discus ion of the question of Statewide Prohibition Base Ball J daylniBlsebaU fjrom Harrodsburg will rneei the local boys at High School Park Our beam went to Harrods burg last week and succeeded in defeating the Harrodsburg boys playICounty play the Springfield boys on the dia mond at High School Park This is one ot the best aU round teams in any country town in the state and the boys will have to play some ball if they succeed in carryingaway the colors The game played last week at Ear rodaburg was cne of the bet played by dur boys during this season and all ot them were in fine trim bnie beint defeated by tbe Louisvuie team recently they have been doing some fine practice woijk and are now in better condition to meet the en eny The boys were delighted with the good time shown them by the Harrodsburg people and expressed themselves eager to again pay that town a visit n FLUEGRASSFAIftII 11I In IINCORPORAXEDI 20000 ums The Rutherford Greater Shows I 20 Special Cars 300 People Sensational Free Acts Webbers Prize Band cf America Misses DcVonda and Baldwin Lady Artists In the Thriller Act Trippie Parachute Leap From Out Ba IIc 1 3 Running and 2 Harness Races each Day Great Show Rings at Lexingten the Capi tal of the Horse World A week of and Sports Reduced Rates 11FunJ bjanka wo on all illrses roads I L T Lexin1tonKyJ ammoth CaveRE- GULAR MORNING TRAIN AUGUST ii- I IFROM SPRINGFIELD AND WAY STATIONS Round trip Railroad Fare S 75 Board at hotel including th routes in the Cave for 550 Ad allexpense two days outlngfo 925 83fr Write or phone L N Agent for particulars In The Courts IIShultz were tried in the Police Cobrt Tuesday ou a charge cf Breach of the Peace by fighting The difficulty occurred some time ago in the office of tbe Water and Light Co Shultz was fined 15 on a plea of guilty and McErby was acquitted A case of considerable inter est was tried before Judge Yan keySaurdayafterDoonbeinfprclble out a at the instance of Miss Mary E Corcoran vs Jas H Harmon alleging that he was forcibly de taming froth her four rooms and onihard fought on both sides and the jury was unable to agree and a further hearing of the case was postponed Until today Saturday was the regularterm- of Esquire Klleys Court at Will isburg Attorneys Neikirk and Polin were in attendance Mute Keeling was tried on a charge Of hog killing the charge was pre ferred by a young man named Keeling and it was alleged that during the month of June he I had killed hogs the property of the complaining witness The evidence showed that a number of witness heard a shot fi ed which was immediately followed by hogs squealing in or near the defendants field However no witness saw who flre the shot and after hearing tha testimony and argument of lOpngel the court dismiss d Ute utmi ge against the defendant TJie case of Sea vsPratherd Administrator scontinued un til the next term ofC urt- CDCflOn5Jier his Mr home Bob CocanougberdiedatI MODdayatterjnUnessqf two velOPed1InMr Geo Uocariougner and was about 38 years old about nine years ago be was united in marriage to MibS Myrtle Arnold who survlvesJMrobest citizens of Washington county waS a good iridnatrlous citizen woo work d for the in terest of his community and county Funeral services were conducted at Beech Grove Tues day by Rev Adkinson and burial was in Betbleham C meter PERSONAL Mrs Chas Ohism and children havebother relatives and friends in this andadjoioing counties base returned hom- eMItsSarah Smock of Glass gow is visiting at the home of Mr W P Mnrritt Mr W A Waters Jr who has been confined to his room for the past week is able to be put agaiu Harrpchburgweek Mr Chas Arnold of Bards town was here this week on business Mr and Mrs John T McGIn ns were balled to Bardstown t afst week bv the death of Mr Cambron Moore Mr and Mrs B A Avritt and two children and Mrs Bell Pur dy of Brudfordsville motored over to til Catharines and spent the 4y Tuesday Rev J P Tucker and Mr R A frally motored to Eminence Tuesday 10 Visit Mrs Nady and daughter who have been the guest of relatives there for sever al weeksMr A Cotteman manbger of the Telephone and Telegr Co has returned home pending last week in pbII yule and Winchester Mr E B Shehan is in Nelson county this week Mr and Mrs E rl Cecil left Sunday morning for South ear olina where Mr Cecil has ac bookkeeperfor Mr CT Cunningham wljo Chas DArnettM- organ OF County Democratic Candidate FO- RSecretary of State I wish I covld meet ererr Dedibcrat la Kentucky before the August Pr- iml ThAt Is Impossible I will therefore ask yoa to Tote for meAn gust In the Prlmarj and again No rember 2 la the ceneral election Then come to see Me In the Secretary ot State Office at F ort By my faithful cervices I will make you fted yen a rtDated am4 lecte4 me to that Important offlc My record ai a Democratic Senator from the 34th District Morgan Ma gofttn Wolfe Breathltt and Owaley counties if approved by mr people JJe syrclb find myiname i on the Primary Ballot Then it will be easy to mark it like this i ForSecretalJof State Chas D Arnett X has been in Louisville forseveral days returned liome Monday IdissHoae Clever is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs PC Clever Mrs W PJTrU8tyaadchildien have leturned from a visit to ret atives In New Hope Hon Bar Itl da1 Bamlett Candidate for Secretary ofState was here Tuesday Hon R 0 Cherry of Bards town was here Friday Mr Oheecheir of Frankfurt was here yesterday in tbe in trest of the Hon Bob Greene for Auditor Mr Greene has teen Clerkof the Court of Ap peals for the past four years ants by his coin teay to the public has won tbeir lasting gratitude which will cause them toremem ber his claims Mrs Charles D Robertson Misses Jennie Redding and Kate Mayes left Tuesday for a visit to PanamaPacific Exposition and other points through the West Teachers And Trustees 1 bavo been authorzed by the State Superintendent Barksdale r amlett to annbanco to you this year we will have a seven months school with a per capita of 5 25 Mr8amlettdeservelcredItrromthe r state Pe is a young man4am bitlous beyond the average He has only served as our Chief three years and has increasedI the school term trom six months to seven to say nofhinffabout in froi1NOOtyou all know for a higher cffice and when elected to that office Doili still be a member of the State Board of Education We cannot afford to lose a man like he has shown us he Is from thatt Stale Board and since he has done so much for the Educational uplift in the short time he his ierved the people it is our duty to retain him on the State Board jJ Af Education by electing him to the office of Secretary ot State August 7th 1915Respectfully Ella D Shannty County Supt of Schools J i f T I CALL AT 1 1 I h I CunninahamDuia i s IIThey are making Mid Summer Price y IM- IIIIIIWEQ14OrE1 Hart Schaffaer IMarx S it175ItS37S1- II Worth 25to35 I t Young Mens and Childrt s Kme Fait SI s t f At Especially Low Prices A I Palm Beach Sots atU M to 1ZM v f fl 1 n t It Horiheim and Beacon Oxfords aid Pap m PaW G 1 Tan and White GamraH at dsmfktnu Panama m Straw ilats epCutp tiA I Special mn on White Goods Voilsi CrpsNrnl f rl and Ga ducshot tKj ni1 5 t I IIr JMattIysL t iNf 7 I9x12ninister170 lriZYdflii I 9x12 Tapestries 975 h12 Isp- II 4 WALLPAPFIR4CtZSCI tIf tI IACECURTAIN5tSI- I i I ODNNIlJSBM DUNCaN 1 4 iii 44 ti TTFiE1 NEIFIRMii J- Ii A R Shultz 8 Co I i i OFFICE BARBER PEtTOS iPist t + It A4 R Sltzwsatisfied tke people C wMIl II nJ Ji icouities for 30 years WHY NOT YOU tM ILwithy uOD larje or small cotrcti ttrinninfline AgeiatsforBckeyePp- ut f jr 1t 1t ij5 44JPk t OIV USAJALL i iti tdfrUV J I f 41 f 1 o + SiiSSS GOOD CITIZENRIES Mr JamML HUoJ Pau M Away at Ks Heat- Michvills Quite a shock was felt in tibft community on last Saturday July 17th when iit was reported that Mr James L flume one of the most highly esteemed mes of tho cong yhd been forced to yield to the fatal disease of can car of the stomaqji from which he had been a suffeter dr ti BV oral years Though condued to his bed only a lawr days previous to his de ath for a long Umh bad been making a heroic strajt gle rather enduring bis suffer lug in science nsvsrcoiiplaininfe Besides his wife Mr Huma te survived by four sbis Drs w1 1 and E C Hmi tsfsville Ernest HI of Mack villeand Oinsr Hems tof Losli vills He also Isavts tiM aisl and one brother Mrs JovOloyd of this county Mrs- Mangle Hood of Ohio county aadMrt Trav Cloyd of Illinois Mr Hume was 56 years of age a member of the CtiristIancht4cII- an honorable and upright citisen and a neighbor I1m the traest sense of the word He was pub lie spirited always alert to Lbs nest interests of hisown oosib munity and never interfejr i with the affairs of others Klsd and just in all his dealing siitfe his fellow aiahis character was beloved and admired by ill Itis needless to say that in bU death the county fttls ap1t JJ l r O i tI Notic Id le hIIiIIIl l t tI- PII IamnowlspositiiatI o thiaFiZIu tot I L ilIwIG Silts wiIk i ISAN4L Ilaterproea aa tsae4d4k clfal prJiI s frooMa nllst ckswtiry pr eeec1 q IIObmfclDry tiu i 1 94 J 412- I T lc1GIovs r I li hl- n lIII fl5S t t + 1 0t a8kirtA I Jackets I ijfi k Vrf fn II1WaettosLstsbOUse1SIcSbli 7d iwash Pala Bs cb itiiU every Mi Isj fPs SM riy IIwater aftotfcooM JajsimpJctJ Ls44s sjs4 GA alttf rsllM relr t Its I peiiIj d L PIlONto f i 4 the loss ot 055 of 3U best eieS and nsi hsor aui fr4wa gwfcl ly Ilaswi t Mrtir 1rt iMfMM FoiyoEffreNai O s lrj a sack of Artow Id- td MutoasM Bl L eOO 1 t cThk WIwb a =1WdM u- IIIT vd II L Zai1j i r TT ttjcot ROYAL MOST 4eanrf eW INfieliM Gevref Uej rS 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ri Mdtteeei PMIH h New York twIN tlM hi the 1IftItt il Tieasw att soiwerdiaaaoepre- 1riiM air pmiM aEt It uJ who skall drake or lpermit te he mad j r m ee tenduig io disturb the l ipfthe ireijkborhood for DM pvpote el directiBg atttaa ties it his ware or trade or calling Tfciiftiei am improvement ttpQftthr- aW ordifiame acid will put a stop IOee of iM leeilsu noisel jliat have tees aa abewbafioa to the COIIl Mniiy There are however many ether eobkt that jut is lliedlste- latta Jt are that de sot ttmlrtadr ties of the law Uce iee ttcy aftemet made pertons pljaf a- tattract trade and areaot intended t atteatioa to wares or to- Tpillfrfi ixj say faaay la number sad ttneoi in nature lunnufg all OMt way from the unnecessary noises of a temefeol g to the pounding bhIattr wjMiflf and the aalen grat- ale ef akfrnted train b Tfie aew orf JHiMiEt ja CTefofe is tmt t itep i etxpfitJfHf WtHE HE tOOK itl DEGREE IftelfkMeolle tteFf Made JMane Neat fceimleretfeke te tam whet- SneeWeti fttynarh Guru XrejUein MI Imdianapolis lijiBiiii anH adfaiade and ono MMfrnXT Hit fumv club decided to iwld aa open trap shoot and it Wet ajMdomced that all entries must be k Wfer ixocloclc Weioesday eve mutf Abotti eight oclock in the mauag the clubs telephone bell faiitv ttatpJeVam the other end of the pbooe said MI desire to speak to the iead of the shoot cotoraittee Kreifleia happened to benearand he aatwered the phone vyh ieaa of the shoot committee is laic be What can I peakingI fRikli Sates Astorbilt Jone Yale f r wig tie voice Tfesf Fd Mlceietaiter your tournariaenV saidi KreitleinI1ItHKid the voice kImc1ockI foall lakam exceptionlny Caai be onew Cantb ctelI thinkaaearateyou quite uderstand whqrl anX I lohi ls irtrone5Ya1e9i TrgehreitleeriicaaibedoBe Let the CMW Name llefff Why wriiea a unttoltusrn CkMakto ehe Ui M t fafi5t N atllsbered isd aJlewed tIi ch tMli ewm mejaea Nmttt1iBpafyeenlen pariheeit t eec t+gc dlbU Upeet Mieieec refreaeiei srr tke ettMrem tiler im mteateaUeit mtkuet M 1heT cairn oairaid fttiehesee ltslaurse or ad that llx aid tw eat her pairietl itWhef at the seashlBK oiCres a Meiewee tthi slats MIUln JIGMrttaL eo tierce w ah+il11t aitl 11 It Wo h TM YiirIJ er teeII L ne terac la ear tlheettfcV J LtiMieawaeyi fa aM Meask to rrC tad tla tMM is ajittltlltM liialti MI tM kRt tfor at iasehb S4 tto MlMera txx BDler Ila J sets to plJJ- t pilnt umptr tonotrJ I avrCEKl OATWE THE TURK r i eij4IRr r5Te ieta RseCILthf CMek e lVtnl1fel tbt r1 r ttel atA CUM of the Ortemt byDsi i- Yks TbaethorfA atKallirosw l u oU Gwomas whoM falirgr4 bMght itdiWhteh alleybad hrieoo M M1 ah liflOiaai1ytkoep it frog falkagfato the K a Tarte The aathor wjites xbeaxt time we rteLuat Kali fiptitbarhtNIItato 4 whkeJUfrfcj tftbl cotb Sopti as Ji eWhoeor Greek wotaun spun herself tabWWmfstnlajJt GreekIkoacandle all burning arid a brass in qfIl MWbylt IshT Eastert and it tea1 Okrtotsaasr fined it Jsnt eves a aMt MOaia yi Why are you bura tag the candles and the Incense great aaatr They have ben burning since J shalllecthrlce t freatTarkisht pollution S DeverltJ thatbGd WeiiIFirRliglnt This is a brunt minded Vge and the gentleman on Urn Inst tram who wax IB what out wild define us the talks live fltajre liiml the characterfsticnl tat Ue rtlmeA rre iiotblnf to wy t I a toPilL TAn civ tblntb t cunsiderin all thliu 5i Iijuitifouud these rely Clous ehnM tp j1 eon e that ordinary tenets like yuu iue 4Mnuchcsterv Ooarrtlnu =SOUP KITCHENS IN BELGIUM Hewthe Gigantc Work orRellevll SUrylrtJi Nation It ielni Ciductet The soup Icltehenorganlzadn Bra aekr by the American commission fo relief k now undoubtedly the largest IB the World Nearly fifty thousand people entire y destitute wait in thI bread lines every day and over thousand gallons of soup and foesthousand kilograms of bread ark daily dlctributPd to them Unlike the bread lines I have see ba America says artport from one o the representatives in Brussels are ill people of one nationality an all with a common and undeserved misfortune They are of all classes but we know none of them save by number because no matter what their etatien or the extent of their mlsfor lane they still have 1amonr propre and many them If they were corn gelled to write 1Jielr games on coupona when they get the soup would rather tanre tan take it None of them think that they will always have to In the bread lines and every one of them feels that when it I all over f thatthe11UTeThe soup for these pitiful flotsam and jetsani of war Is all prepared ia the large storehouses of the Interna icons Express Company Van cland More than one hundred oaople are es gaged ia this work Among them are former chafe of some of the leading hotels of Brussels who give directlo- as to the kind and quality of the sour Its ingredients and their proportions Under them are those who clean the vegetables potatoes carrots bean tCand prepare the meat This en tire star is composed of except the chefs who receive at the most half a dollar a day From three oclock in the morning wen the cooking of the first 5000 gal lone of soup is started the Iceneitla UM circuslike storehouse of the ex ItrtM company is ono of tremendorua activity ylth that moving figures o Ireljatuel j punge from the boiling soap When the soup Is cooked it is sent wader the seals of the commission and under the protection of the American flag In large lorries to the twentyon canteens scattered all over Brussels These canteens were formerly school dance halls Turkish baths etc DTIIS ins the morning wherever one goesf women and children may be seen com lag and going with pitchers of steam lag soup and their rations of bread Or their arms- OSTENDS HISTORY I BLAC ThgeutInthe Centurle Been the Prize ef j Various Nation The first sicgef Oatqnd the beau ttiful Belgiaq ciended SiO year ago on September 23j 1604 when ttha city was surrendered to the Span iards who had invested the jolly for iaWtone A1 moat heroic defenses jn the histbry oft warfare Uutih death of Charles II of Spain the French seized OstaJd butil706 after Diaklboron lide tented the FrencV gt n Dillies iit was ttaken by the allies Tr1r 1 745 itt wu retaken by the French fet re stored three years later In irffi the theEinp179Ortelydt h wlwevtcugfed it to lT93yr gained itI 194nddefetedlE1isbUterefn tfct lig of the Netherlands fro lt14 to 18p when Belgium re f ia4l Jtip independence Moderp QttiIici U known u La Reins F1gea1lbe Query Beat hcsaudI forMany yeattirt has been the great Europetiroiita nations Ita magnificent Hotels art among the fittest In the world aa the abbreviafed bathing uiwof1w bid ealt ae the despair of gypii t kEADYTHE ROAD 1 r T1IE Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission In endeavor ceRtaliicountiesFnmsregardingaccompanied by a lecturer were used kutsummer to reach over 2100G people i4 nine different counties Most of the demonstrations were given in the eawiairbealdec country churches and schools and in etferyxcase the teachera and physicians of the county have c5perated heartily in taking this message of good hdalth to as many people as possible Thee record attendance750 in oae evening at a tiny village several miles from the railroad ras Tldi eqaipment will be used again during the coming summer Wiunlay AweI alcm to alrd at LIfeeli1r the rat jev l hydroaeroplane w lying Boat as it Ii better boWL Aaxiaannaval arcs titecta bellev that the hydrpaero yylsae will W am ImpertMt auxiliary ana Im fatuv sea warfare Th yam plan ft tkeelyb4aeb1el combined with thee fact that they can fee made to alight with eertll5ttytlpoa yre eter aLed w of snail distensionsi sakes it id1e yessible that the equip seat ri thearppdreadaauaght of the xear faints will iactede vas or more feytreaeroflase together with a suit able l uaiag flatfermt It is by no teaBB teproKaWetutJargpusen vet Y iiak will be similarly equipped at a sot TT far totant dater aa the value of A hydroaeroplane in the event thetTi antgi9t lltsndesxenneeaeat praganovr ad other Rlghlamd wtates of the Ueuies are for sale recall the inter sting Lcf that the oat used by the tarsifrace She waa balldetaI a the late Mr Fletcher Afenxei an I fir brother glf Robert Henries who earned her off to Pertmehlre With the aeleta ICe eC aeven gilllee they tried to mavigata im her the troubled mien of Leek mooch but a tone roee earl tke darifg marjaers nearly sass to grief Ipta was flmally cow latel11ugChroniclebFetnleMlndcancae Usually Inherited 5teeaae may sect the best as welll as the wont of the race but feeble mindedness is generally hereditary and can be prevented only by the pre vention of transmission fromvparent to child sap Dr H W Hill of th Minnesota Public Health associationl It is true that feebjemlndednca t Il acaoldest Such cases constituting per papa onethird of the total are not transmitted to the offspring But the other twothirds of all the feeblemind ednecs we have is hereditary and can be traced back generation after gen strainrbIpeedlahorses The feebleminded are the greatest contributors to our stockacriminals prostitutes tramps and undesirables All told they do no thret per cent of the population CharactersJi t pugtlIHthe big name of flitio chronolpgy tba with tho e tu the school batot boohs tfayng reached England In th9 course of bis pugilistic travels lio wa apoijInforderIed his guest about the mansion fan when they arrived at a certain pro tentlous bedroom ho said with pride Here sir is where the great Nelson pugilist stepped over an Ktouched the high white covered bed Lhthe Battler to pickaao ono SJjery bodys Magazine TRACE CAUSe OF Pkht it1 nadOlRInklpWater Profesfow VUesaandrlnl and Seal 5f b atOfateUlpstnted1epQt of their IIn TheyftJ1D1lteii lifcns 1 tp Uagra iriutot d 2titjMa disease strictly locajizcd Jj and limijte to areas where water is flIfl f jKHftkeys rabbits guinea pigrfijand puppies proved UJt the Apical pelti it agra symptems pjuld be induccd Iip J coltoidmI aofl Ale aiiMu1tht eating ulAa the ther thtfleets of the slUcio acid jQOuJdbe sxunteracted br subcutaneous fnJeo llli and they cite ton cases old patientsi lIIuchbenefitedif not cured by daily 11aI FAVORED THE CONCISE FORM Neat Rebuke Administered by Em perbr Francis Joseph to Devotee of VRM Tape The emperor of AustriaHungary fsl oo slavish admirer of redtape meth ode He loves the fluent direct man nerof the military man and is oath best of terms with the bluff honest generalaof hU army The following Is an Instance of how he upheld one of Itbemln his controversy with thee bu reaucracy The officer was Galgotzy a taciturn aid soldier whom the whole Austrian army knew and admired After the oc cupation of Bosnia Iierzegovlna Gal gotzy was sent to build a military road Funds were short and the sum avail able for the purpose seemed hopelessly In8uMclentItAydint of hard work and Ingenuity Galgotzy succeded nevertheless In performing his task and thereupon re ported Road built 25000 florins re served 25000 florins spent remains tithing Galgotzyr Dissatisfied with st summary an ao eoc4t the audit officials applied for a detailed statement of expenditure Gal gotzy Ignored the application which was presently renewed in peremptory form Impatlen of red tape he replied Road built 250QO florins eived 25000 florins spent remains nothing Whoever doubts It is an ass Shocked by such impropriety a red taplstlnohtef submitted the generals account to Francis Joseph who t doubtttrr FATE OF THE FOURFLUSHEft Y 1Ingl Automobilet eShe sat on a bench under one at the older trees with closed lips drink- Ingl In the glories of the setting sun Excuse me he said 1Jttinghas hat with h8 right hand ie ad youbappeLautomobilestanding lampaIt Was obviously but a rqse to en wastrather a nicelooking young man haudtoldI hayThey all fall for the automobile no LOnet he Was sitting beside her chatting gayly about the Latin QuarterI caft7begtoa eSvlnlhhto the automobile to which he had pointed as his hopped Inand was lost la yetsooaetItIfournuakera Gems That Brought Misery thedy ruby tur quolcb emerald opal topaz sapphire nearlythistoriCtimes r repstonOsuperstition and legend It Intermingled with intflgue politics 11dnlsi beheadings The tory of the DIIr road ccklacewhcht possible inno cently oa hjjr parw sinlgched the tamed theafactors Inl Agitation task lIdd to the great French revolution The Bastlle opened to several of the actors in the scandal one of them Cardinal de Ho ban who wa arrested In hU robes la theeanothIIer tltesstl who was the chief consplrator for pee fCUblarrgalD escaped from the prlsom where she died la penury Lamb Fur f thatafttr enormous dUe eerttanddl1cnlttgs the secret Qt pre s ducing the Jam JJs from which the Per plan lamb fur td Becuredr hue at lengL teen brought to America byan otQcialf the United States department itUiA ThIs nm lnl nntnixrni J lOfTXailppa m Bokhar and succcedeii ladlit ehepwhoselAtalK aft1tTfa1lllamour own department of agrlcaUttre ilk lag yp this work afyo anti that the am e DIM ralfclboth ib cuaacid the Vmited states Mist eta 4i HOW ANIMALS SENSE WATER Marvelous Inetlnet That Evidently Enables Theta Detect terdieeT- heyfCaiBiiet lee French yesies a curios laath1lion in the fotthbi am Institute ef see logical psycheitT established ei a farm sear Paris This etatiom com prises meadows and barayaras a Btretchof forest and a large goad stocked with flab Then too these ate spacious buildings Including modern stables a riding school stalls for carI ating animals under special observa don an aquarium ani a laboratory At lovecote Is placed upon the roof of the main building It Is reported by a scientist that na Important conclusion reached by the students is that some amlaials possess a special sense whereby they car de teat the preseoceof water even though they cannot see 1L The experiments were undertaken at the suggestion of an Australian who addressed the striation with reference to his ml ences with sheep and eattie when be ing driven across country In a place where the presence ofr orator was wholly unexpeciedl theAns tralfannoted some curious facts The leading animals suddenly would lift ttheir heads and draw long breaths t Then they would abandon the heated tracks and start naming throagh the brush Sosaetlates they would run for a mile and a half to two rapes and could not lie stopped by the drivers 1pondI j fREVOLUTION IDEAS Ite MIctTheir Meet EJferle 1Antogether right sad calaa ia faith who lerionaly cared abwit art Our e tljangp dOM not say wJMn but aim ffy refers the isqtiiry to its readers itaakinj was possibly tIe greatest art critic that erez livana for him to fay bat iia quite emjsvgh to awake lama coaoera in the world of art Does art weaken faith It wail once that science did this but that impression is passing by Sci once v discovering worlds of mystery tfrery day and mystery it the ce 9aii ideeperj science discovers glad beyond then- rucible and the microscope is where aith does iits real work But how about art The church was the influence that encourafei art We would not have had ear old masters if it had not hew lit the church Religious thesaea ceT stituted the inspiration otart ia iire most glorious days But these historic jlelds have bees quite ajban toned and now art deals mostlywitli charm grace beauty vlove and im i doing so it seems to have cutaway from the saints theinartyrs nd the nliracles of tto goldea tie of art WlldatFraak ft ILhaw I1TUteraTon rdenfewmilesi411egSlenlea plredtilehthe iWIMaJoqNdTBiNQ UNUsOAI t r 4i kSUteti lepgsej11n1nttt o SiSaved UUrita tJiL a 1 Yrlilt k yohMe rii the u ft kSyfv ftit W ofaMIIJa KJ itCa cokIItfiandIJiIeftPraUhtYJ ftley Wt ti 41 oil Jatr but one gs4 dose W atsIII measles BlacJcDit made them break ad a s tIIIJdmore 1 shall neyer be rrA4att DO BtAc EDFORDfS DItA 4III my home For f COrJJff1Jj tIOheed cb tifuiness mIap chills and I lapIdlmeriproftol Jt lraireliable gentle and valuabJe ttmJ r If you suffer front any of ttirif iMqilifnd ftw Draught It is a medicine of known McrH s years of splendid success prove jfgu M young and old Fatsale evefywtoeit grin as V t Ii aiLd The Te1epho4a YI The t4 DciL itelephone g clad roadsffI i The tel ioneov tinrOtbc yinalesdl farmer and otttcrvxunl ness In the city p1Fwti cla theroads are impassable 1ft etr 4roadsdmodernieittowardr You can have a telephone iin ow Ion tsmalll sl1 Senda postal for our tec giving complete information i FARMERS LZNI DlAitlSl4T t1 Cumbfrfand TdbphoBe J andTeIegraCanyJHCORPOhTD I tLOUISVILLE KINTVCKY Children Cry for s The hen1Bet 55141 luss been lludeusiea his per on elDIaoey totsAlibutjxperlientsttB and OhUdroHE HBMS asainm HSCper- blleHtCASTORIAWhat isCfcstoKa Js a harmlefi taiiilttali lee fjfiritrtl Paiegonev Drops zlriel Soothing Syrvpa Jf MMMsjaart Itcdntalhc neither Opium ikorpfcisMv Mr MJiWvotI substance Its age Is U gsarnatee tt4ietjjjje Wonn and WindColicbwgyttstdotantheStomJcbIIeepThef e bleed GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears iiie Signature oft tt 11 Tiel1dY JaveAwshItt in UN F r Ovar 3pCCIRM1arCCIRM1a d t r II D Y- From Divt past anJ- hr CollAnar- tw r- Jspw j J Werdof iirrr tht ei w f 4tie dd w6e d swe ribaears pinrht Ir citad drt idte era tNl tMpalW hr LicMt oThe at isville nd vsLeader bbd- fle year for 450