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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1Ef f I i V3tf 1 1JJArt r l I at if 01 ja- 1P tI2dbt l- t im 1f VALUt ExtrsstPM MOM and more ateS4rn k dustrI roc U t wJ- tjiroW aw V1 e aln Bume twetal qtL OS- Icae the vO w od32po- iiaiciered hai eoq ceed ttt ii iiv4 W If Tl 44w Uve b a Ne we flbtP4a raw CUM 4tt Itis ieee fiLi o- tI WJO OtiMT WUJT- otbar put of theUlos14ki JThe lime mod afoait riiirier carries tnem Wft7 in tii UM Uii prvc p tat ion proq ita of reacuiafC gi broached Per UUt purpose la liir d In a recept TroH a fermenUUonirlfef jiatiiijr matUr Without ttacklkt 2LS aubstanc s then drlW I tnacurrani w- tisJa 1f- 31 4SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTOrf COUNTY t fNL-t To t p04ltni i tev4ay b uiwtt an- p J elWi J t th ktu11 anoI3eA few of the any reasons hi voajd be 8urtf SiindV Tbe 40wn i biowj DU8n uiity 1c1 lJffQ ilititne 14W ii Qb1tsUil J hOmII w iurInc1sJ J 3t shouldi rqqfV r n dlLbO11 nd iK h 8 tkiveflLI 4 hsOUt 6t tit A iI3akr 1ltfi 0 toWe XoULIfi and pr v tbqt itiekt ot gidtis- 1rg vawdr ndU their is I IWoo wants whlcb the- ythvi aoaIwis jfcfcNi lfc Unlike caa E roihome merchant Ji l s 14 ib atazesofa town UUir oookibiile ic churches liii proveafttaU and eater Uinments WIthp tsbb1ins men the- wJ1w4iafd Date and prop 1JI yllue ThJ Fip9n prbvidl Iip1e atory education toi Ofl 1 niandttstchOr h ee t religjoiiaIQMiila and laayscrye the moral 14spirILIalnterestsi of the 1kill1 cp biD in basine minister toW iw foy ment ayfi that el1Lqej i fjj i tbetowpMad4MsIeflger Mad4MsIeflgerctr D b ireml1 trlli faint in Eastern LiL despite thta fact that labor ndjtions In thfe t1tI t rpIIlegisladontory accordingto officials of the oan Federation of Labor sjwera general the alIy every no tlk s u y hfyriTitiougi tl plants nCre seq the pay r their motfnd cAworking- Uoura yolunlarily itOne beefibbroh4w be in j1alf- Ikcoos1der Jr vlv rw9J Zlapor t as ithantast i increases in wages atheeT- eotif unernfoymt1which ha5di5appeared wjthin he past year 4sSS VISq Obviously Ja ris dungpr ttY welt at thepreierit writing aiid generally speaking there seems Jjttle cause for dissatisfaction iseotlstemav whcbt tiewever desirable it mayibe coald wen afiordio be t tposijoofid a little longer in the face pfa situation that otherwise aunobecVoriable1 Frank JdiSate Journalo Clover Bloat ps fHfV Reports still continue to come jn from all partsof the county of JittldVrog Jlrfrom eating white clover On Saturday Mr Thomas 1rkIandTost a 75 Jer sey cow4Lasb Thursday Mr B a ford Van rsdale purchased a- i15 cow and on Saturday when be went to milk her be found her dead from clover bloat There have been so many losses from this cause that the Kentucky Experiment Station has sent CounlyAgeht Gentry a remedy which he has given to th5tiJer aId for publication that it may reach the farmers nIt over the section The Experiment Sta tion says For the present we strongly recommend for acut quart or a 1j per cent AtPinti tormaho1Vbch wed by placing tbeanimarRIIWI jinimalICan be gotten up For lilftn if atrade name for a 40 per cent solutidttcf formaldehyde gas in water and may be obtained at any drug store for 40 cents per pint Onehalf ounce of for cna1iu4n utatinakest-he proper solutioni with which to drench the animal Harrods burg Herald Trees and Shrubbery Il have a tiije Ijrie of Fruit Trees and Bhrubberv in my nursery at veryhre asonablepprices Trees 3 to 6 feeVjat t S12 to Si15 per hundred Jess number at reasonabl prices Write for catalog ADOLPH HERTLEIN Landscape Gardner Lincoln Building iisvilLe Ky ff i = Club Notes r c J I Report ot WomaniMub uiee- tigI4IMayiLth 1916 Meeting called toorder ytbe PresidentSPaper by Mrs Croak m Mod en methods of trajning at imals nad their Their IitsaOn fo Pare taiid Obtid M ilt8ub j Article by Mrs jj4ct Mental l capacity of at imals Questions on stUJy cour ie Program fornext m etii g will jncltdorepons from Mrs Reese and Mrspettus delegates from the Springfield Club to ib 22 d Innual meeting of the Kentucky Federation Womens ClubsI to be heldtrt Maysvitle May 1719 The civic committee reported having obtained aid from the town in hiring a mad to clean unsightly and npglt led places along the street and alleys We hope this measure will not benecessary for ounnext cleatii upV campaign as the town should not be asked for mdnev to do for a few what the major itp of propety owners do for themselves The CoqnoJPaiso agreed q liii- prcve con ltous iii read tIt the open sewer on Easb Maiti Street The subject for making an ere fort to Tnnkejthe creek Jess Qf a menace to the life and health of the citizens of Springfleld was discussed Book committeel reported 25 books added to the Library sin e the last maetingt Number of readers 294 J arg est number of bnoks loan djn one day 78 Average numbei loaned per wee121 The Club voted lp axtdnd an invitation to the Womep Chaatauqua Auxiliary otEeb anon to meet with it the2od Thursday in June the s bj ct being help ip advertise life Leba non Cbaut uquo vTbe Clu b will meet on the 2Cd Thursday in each nfonthj during th st1mtn at Library building r TJjeptiblie is car dialljj invited + Acre for Homest atfs In Farm an dFiresidi tells 4 that measures lookingto giv ng the states some 30000000 creof public land are pendin j uLth it there is good chance tn Itfspme of these will rll sJnv grin some future session here are also some pending wiIons meas ures to permit FioraqsjleiuU ot areas cp to 42C and dve a 640 acres to be taken up iin iho re ma pinK public landi on the theory that the G40acia homestead isloo small in jsdiiiiarid regions to be a wog in dustriatuptS If People whohnwe iddasfofVgo West to we reaClup k jtak- Sip a homeotcad tt the of our forernte sand thers in the decdi salter- war stouJdQtb ir Islatiou looUFog toast area juf the A ionlg of t lid givihg i5of the s t6of road her iiit IWo 9 i 1 iS3tjnteriit Mec 4 lrJ r y JfJ 11 cIHeadqu Ttip t pttionfieldj tare V NunanzuiMejcoS It 1 ay2 1616 Dear iTpirnie andbtrf Ee r obang my1 addrrss 1rot9 sliuer Pes1io Fead quattG t1 Gen PersbijigvLS Umbusfjtfew Mexico Have been on personal staff c 1 Gen Pjjtrshing since just after purHrpops crossed Border have seen or4 been in cloae touch with most All happening of interest Intlbeiface oC uy handicaps disadvantages and hardships ihtAmerican Soldier has con tlnudi tQ cover himself with hlfnorfand glory Thcavalry marches made by Col Dodd Major Tompkins agowzadqtber will com- paTefflovorlibly with the most arpjIn all American History and go far towards establishing tho1a1iLLhaL American Cavalry isthesuperiCr to Shy mounted troops in the world the much published and foolish talk thai the Mexicans were better mount ed and botter soldiers than ou r cavairy proved unjtrue asjt sonncfed Our men an J horsea dd them to deatb qlmmfi1oDb Qut hud abandoinCd jUarses lined un the toad frcm Boco Grande to 6an Geonerao while our losses have been courw rat vely light O ur orses aUw vcd tie effect of hrinftreds of jn les of forcfe marche t ur t aui forage and ofUJjtt long peno3 without Wdfv but thuy also showed the reaufltif good care and attention given them by tha thoroughly instructed and drilled officers undsoldiers of our cay airy In many Instances rations have keen short and scarce forlJot iB yi sa utmfin Jaut frpnSl vflM r hemf you neverhear a murmur of omptii44ifen of the 10 Ciivalrycot red have soldiered right along with their wbite comrades of tbe 7th lltbi I2lb and 13th Cavalry all doing equaljy their share of the work ail proud of being Americau u Soldiers and all entitled to au equal amount of honor and glory It would be a lesson worth while to the Negroa of the Country at large could they see the manhood land courage as protrayed by their worthy colored brothers of the 10 Cavalry and 24th Infantry Most all of our line of March has been through mountain rangeS ancl valleys at an altitude of six co eight thousand feet tar but little rain At midday the sun is blistering hot wh1 at night water freezes in our canteens the night are general l lycatpfand clear during the day yery light win is ofteQ prt vail with those winds anI dust storms which are far from com fortable I ilave hid no words atmy cOnfmand by which could begin to describe to yd tllie hbrron atyi conditions qlb1J Countcyjt ranches mlnfs villages and lejmes have beeq laid wastp the people sbjjctea to mercless obbery abuse and tranny of un aknbJekindlT3tit they are pitable aggregaMon of half u sufferingmiserablel 5T5the American Pep e fjea conditions eg 4ieIr- btbtmt t I f f1 J11 Ohitui- Jd J sj 1 t e kind qfn ob- iedit4apiitsttdi1 so ri p for a rcki1n BroWnIu Ii- ertliVi1thept8 i on aijnLtJ knd reesterdayi4Hdjdnlstui w rW8 j G bbecaiepC1 l1g1T io r f4ewup trrn1ltt1rwjf t j h Btrcll B w lngtb- iberhtthJiQ t ad LTfjlfJimttorItauibut iibj scription to thti h6ierti Paid upand 1af n t6 Dad CountMo Mv6cf- The U ivtof z ffi fjF1eagth iIt1 rcho Meet wUl ldJdnlO jStLagg iifld Phicng This meet is held under the prrsonalt surpervision of MirA A jStiggi auditj4he only natibnat mq ti held Jfor peep athletes Lasfj year there were represe tvry js from all sections of the county with the students of thjLew ClaHigh Scbool of pdke Washiugtonj as the farwetrj deegates and the Natiodal Ca tbedral School of Washingtob D C holding up the honrsfo 1the Etst Five cups will be awarded in every evenrbau her wil go to the team r8 0rijjr the r aleat number of points and there will be wQs pirrt rices iiii the mile and ba fEdUe iand Jbre in the quarter This year the Intar choaatic wIlt be Leldtrnyconjunction withi the QuirtorfCtfi fepnial Anniver sary celebration oil the niver sity and an eotorae prograrc rf entertainment has been worked out by a committee 9f1lumi- r andubdergraduates The second iinternational baseball game with the Vased Uiiiyersity nine of Tokyo Japan is but one of tbf rfeatures planned Entry blanks will be mailed to a111 ph schools and ac4dles in theWest and MIddIle Welt uHbgl 8coniWetiW Irst June 542 tihletes competed n the track events and tenqls tournament CoachQ Stagg ex peqLsanewre43rthIsyearS I NOTICE lt SS iIFPortion of Dirt Road No7612SI T OnMonday May22ndlDI6a petition will bdftled in the Wash ington County Court requesting the Ron JB Yankey Ho appoint commissioners Jto locate jk portion of dirt road No- Ir 70J rd wuere the road enters the lands of Walter Adam clftndto a point at Thad AQ ers niJItIieI or where the said Voacl eaters the lands of Tbad Anderson It lbElloR about 500 yarjs inJength the portion asked to be changed G 0 DoNAHOEHoad Supervisor Present Pace of Our Dollar f Not diQc the civil wrhai- 1e purchasing price of the moncm dollar been so great- Noirntbebistoryof llthe wsirii beforowaLtbe Amertcdo1iat- the medium of the world e chaifge 4ttIitod Tb EuropeaftTJ wars bav9 caMei prlcff to double on many Ameri oAn products 4nd m iyr of thear vdvae1ft per Cent q more Lbe fu1t lg that tee ptT pie 0000 nation bay coe fo the pIaceiheeiUiey are t- Vho t inJ I YbJbJr 1i iJlrK I1r- ected ttlih etitkaJ f j i it nt tx fi iher i zftfj1L1 ti lr droita JUe 11fh caxbih- o41 IOtJQdI wlioh UV e- oeaaehva14 berlf 6t dsd4v v1IsrJ- ettiIi5g wI- ta s ari4ee4he hlirejp t iI J Ilt u j iote rrdclsi tssui prod tfl wttho Ida aut deotioiJi vifchMr one fehoold rjiiiawbI- S e nd hiveI- i1 a l to teoiumize upon h gb Cli senta SpiiugId hasforsaIe agot34I tcsi5j1iL iIrt J tr r 4jIGalii IJI 4 esstfla otbreadR k I I 4trd 45 eOOl more gie i J I t ABSOiVflLYS I i l qQe4Aiiii t t iy Because eggn arelliW wdyz enju booie w r counriea con gress wiinhcri ate the s4arlen of consulates there Spanking on the proper spot good for babies bHtSDgjir and bare legs are Injariu s lIar yard baby exier4elrea Wijdman CaUgttiff Kastc- alfoseirOpi c iIi 6rd te Ifie asra ht match e on barr a Iles vof feat 41n Sir rsncis ebsteraTi- raoehrMch having two h stilts without 1ingeLJeweeI t Because Sblift y reatiii front of herhom epaired Yta 5 E Rolcorzib e running lot iaVpr of Rapid City S DapdS says if elected the 8tr jure willbe vx r SewbtwoJ DLiliffiuldN t atrme fdoand refuse toresign after fifty 3 ers a fireman The Uns attcd Fly Who wuud suppose That in n state the unswattedfly bya oiotth of extra life due to late hwafmth and rains cpuld jjifliqt tfpou one industry a low of f2 OOOOjDO f t I Yet according to officHil aj tbority thUvhas bappoered Ii Kansas TheiUte f SinSOir 1s aPo rsIse 1QiOi4SOipAof buetlciitle vtjy year ft bti past montlrSB pitertf ioi ii- weigntp er of tweiitty pounds iiwfo extra iil iwitek Ing and rqvOes ItriE aol up thbove ot TJi 10 a po MUli will 4 e dowain 1Iiire- ipd ib- fMteak er ica iMiew- JmIK wieer9s i4jc- 1e ibl- a 44 th dls- se tODO ii ptsa1 S a piW Ada ft 2 ios Iti ss 7 R II JoJfJk8W7er lWJ1 J A Xt tb =of ma apple coeutrfio MIii5i4 zyear beeas GfiIRso4 14ij wcrk iItt a1I tlittle irrMi b ffii bat mif + j ptngtbIIfoiosb4a1atadleaye Awt1 WIfrk roWrMy tb1 Is a1 eiiSIIQIJi1 n To ask jTj ouwoni 1not iriifcrfcai k4piaa4 thaevsrybidbscansM othir b1U ui4purpose HfiQfal JuticHiT la Mkpoir i PozJrVIi JnstDsvid p1sPorto Aiu4hSSlory of UMTM LondonLiul L 4 P dig Bu egr NorrfiiM4 i Si WIII Bby GaIMaaI k1Rg1SSIS- tirisi 1 Sribt p iSonthLryieawrprllag ajidAbiStriZt oe lre- ileetd thiI r of m ised Fifty rUe1k- S hi k4aV r This MJja f riLkaaf4of lift ftarj 1cM io the roductknorcp TWaus8Q datIs II tgtbsVn1- Saisea dae to idsal Trfotsc c- J F l rTri = j tifrNtWS4tAR ti PRfflSFleIt K t i = tPi PUBIth1IVII1Y TKUIiiDAY- 5 1 f JAMi fao JOSEPHPOUf J ifdMmrandi Publishers iEhtredat th Spuingfie1dJy 1Qt office aiseo3nd3ssmaiInatto1 i Harmony in qr Congressional Races ho e fpJlows who aret t i 1I 4I to defeat Hftnreyfdnt fplxftpm inafioVfQivfynkress h6uld re 0 4 tnenlb rtgWevory Vote wil be p nedec by VIie Demoerats Ip the PrtSjdetJar tpI1 anfthtdUitttrpiWiiy J6 1flLt ooIC J1 d tc teuH v tSIt11 Qn f16e1J1arY rii Uhe patjoutaElV r coeatiujtL Yiiom1atieu or d eEt ot any oltb GOlJgrOSi man fro Ir BantuckYi Orcour J it hasnd partt in tti6r cbnvest ili theihdssrict belwOiMr4 HefmtandLSeiiator MontgoJBrryJ But we t ary Isglt ted tlijfj lihafinoni1 tale befog iudpptea 4 to perpetuate in office our Coi greti J d1et1afl or to foM er- rtheTambitions or any otricft candfdfi e Harmony is a very jpTausible aud iIngenious term and It comes about Ita uet1 hoodwinking iheT voters s anjii e thing that b s ever been dvrseT t J It For iinstance Governor Stan f leYisiriHfavpr efj htirmony if be Is nijda temporary chai rani af LeMrioj nd allowed to- 5domiDnt tbe convention yet 2 Governor tstjinleys feeling on this subject were different back AU9UtM191 i hcn ill r WI4 sou and Mr VarLsunt wcr kWk edouj ofothcerbie their ternis expired SIr Gantrill we presume shares tho Sentiments of Gov- ernr Staojeyt so Jong as he can b6renom1niifedyilboic opposi tinIrothtLi Seventh District and bis feel ings too have doubt less undergone a change sinc the legislative sesipn oi 1908 I Pertmps every member of the Ken uck delegation favors harmony jft lUtis taken m dirthat they will goth Juh this y without opposiiiou Nobndxan blame any oflke seekers for eutertaining such sanvitnents but wfe do object to itbeingrused a flimsy prjstexi to create a lire tenure th pub llcf crib Elizabeihtown New i iA it1HLatest War News w vIEXICO rTBe verbil agreenxont bo l retl1 Gen Scott and bbregon II iincludesa4Jedie pn the part of Gen t regon to eucLjGn Travino ich iflO0 pickfed meH t patrol the otfiiarozt1 P ira th scftUrring pf ii bandHain the Big Bed region aiidibpromise tttatuo Carrat zs 1 2 r f sJh 6 1 gl1lPuiptttfttt of nUt Amerldan focfs- To siort tiongtflJbort fris ujofoli i raijevedrI V Ausi r4 lu yra Igou sojxthinah s east of TJreoi the Austrian ro t- 1st1dtluiiet feikflU ovora1IaI l jkg AfJ ncU 1 oaptUriug imwef than 5HOO naajl inbluiihg 1 tt oraVoffic6rs Andtft M4ue east of Mtiifalooa Is rtpOrt4jelL also RUSSIA The Rus i6 i advunde thi otli- Kurdesn iicopthnqin Ltr- ogzrd rpo ts Ut tb1pgres- of the army in tUeNe 1r1st is being maintained and gowlitibs haye bueifmade toward the TVlo ularutjl1grIs H VBr JLtirqn LVIIpl wuyithzr ysrIN objotive EIcOJ i er1iItlC1 voel dry Th Ge1is tfftld to have r puisand in aii Juatlk pfi the ffr nah ppsiijon at LlillSOiIJ ly certain firepftredef fhder ft 7 lisit Kentucky u A special fryui Wasbinglon says thjit Prtfrideut Wilson lias accepted HU it vilation t9 go tu Hodg v nsv4lle Stptember 4 to llrke io exercises niarjting tbe formal presentation to the Pedoral government or the fhrm LinculcwasIbJra TIicjirperty which wis bought with money lataeiL b popular subscription hus uN ready been offeredto the gov ernment and accept d by Con gress Secretary Baker rua benaior WiliittUis of Miswusippi will also deliver addresses Fair View r Mr T M Carney lis iy Springfield t one day lastwLeek Mrs Fred CheVhiim a aliltle daughter S u ui na v isi t odl her bister Mra 0 he Ktic n ar Fairfield Thuraday and Bjjiid y Mt Jvrnes Gngsby aad two daughters Kathtttiiie and Rox iinna were in Springtl Id iSatur day shopping Mnster Clay ton aijd Josepijl Hardm oCWilliiburg vSsiWu rot at ves jnthis section last week aISeveral front here attended Childrens Exercise at Camp- Ground iSurday Mr and1rs Howard Lewis who hfeye beet sick are improv hag Mrand Mrs George nodieIvisited tua hitlers piceuls au chty iUouse61etruig is 11thc i 0I among Lse latMes inUrsj Auction 59frme Ovoid t ljoryears we have been stating in the newspapers of the icountry that a great many worn e have escaped serious op eratibns by taking LydiajE Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound and it ia true We are permitted to publish in this announcement extracts from the llors oi five women All have been receitlyieceived uisWcitet Could any evidence be more convincing v f spronessL l i vs8o nervous I coUld not lehp and I thotJght 1 novoir IVOLI1t 116 takirgLydiawouianMrsHAYwAEi SOWEit24iLOddOU Yo e 4 SnnLuYvuLiiICYIsuffered a ftmaJd trouble My right side mo LadlyItffi8 finally Heckled that I OOfJ ratedupon When ny husband kaedthie1ae got aIbottle of Lydia E finkbams vegetable Compound for mo and after taking it n few days I got better nod eiithiued to j4UPfOft ft tun noYire11rMrs MOLL SxtTn RFD Ihe1bvvile 1Cv 3 4 past from severe hurt mlist until IdI913 doctor adrlsed a seveoPemtl u but fay husband srot me LVdin1 PlnkbAm Vptlhh1fo UnnlVWllJul antI r expenenced reatrelifiC ina shorttuBp 1ojfeo1 llike anew iiperson end can do a hard days work and not mind it lJrs ADA VILT I 8O Walnut Sk Hanoveri Fa physict i ation as I had something growing in my tea ic I refined to Jub t F mifc t the operation and took Lydki IS likliou Vegoiable Corn J t pouna and it worked a miracle ui icy ee and I tell other women i 1 EastWi11amyejtrsxiyskiepainet1moaoa 1iItioL ctOrs said they knew of nothing that k I Wirtl help me I took Lydia E Einklmms Voge I freotitI dbeaod will Always give it the highoet praise l flto CLUGMmxH 1558 CbnstfinJ St Cleveland 0 Write LTWA RPKTKHAX3CEDICINE CO m mm torndvJceYfj woatau od held in Btrict coulidcn jc i iSc o l Notes f Th144lll A nil ri 1Ifthneflce raent ofthe SpfittgdtjW Gfgfcdod bqhdbl hl 11 W jjaoe nj the Opera1ouW dne jlfcyx Vining May liluat Oclock lht4 fo lowin MoifiHni win be rtMidMi eU Muiueti12t h He gi rJs and tcya Sa uiittoiian Louise Miller Vocal Sulo Mary X t tUusrIGrum Fairy ReveSornaI iGr o Jffei1esand Elzabeth PeliwlS- oprdiia II JJraoken W Ikcrjj VVila McIBlny and Elizabeth Boswell Altol Charolttt SHIUU Prophet Mat gi p Wlk iPttrusol Drill 8 liMJe girl IIioriijii hIuQM NOPI Bedouin IJttipjS Sonx rhonJl 1111It tiafqtii it Vivian Na ley PJno Solo1Y011 Cfct III- tVa1edietorinICateSbewuakr Mirarera from 11Tpiuvatore Act 1V Tjnor IWarren Mc tlelliin TCMIOP JI M hft d Will Waters B aLpnO1 lilltlt tiobliLt and l1IllnkIoc BisI Harry ShuMzaiut Prof Iptvitl Soprano Charlotte Sinims CLASS ROL tIGeo ge Francis Grejjwi fjThfl maLtontiiieJJcIiitjro BtaBbBtt Lee Vrigh Njiia fLee 0 Llc Vivian Adt H dJ4 y NeW FrantI IIWalll Miiiareb II Prank Samuel TJiompsoTijLuci if Prow bridge Ne lat Mrj tievxtik i SEAT THE BILL COLLECTOR Phylr6t a Method of His Own and t t Proved In the Highest Degree Effective SoToral yoara Hgo said a New fork pby there was a jpiiysl cfan inthl city dead now v hoeo greater tame was asi a chemist but tie hud a lilt medical practice Like a go d many others who have mafia to pay ems with the doctor was ex tremolyjslflw pay and collectors had lardtfeJM getting to hlth Invariably Than m caned the man at the dool1I ou1d zk if ho wUhod to seo the doc or pr eae1onaiIy anC It the caller said he did not ho was assured the lector was not In Finally one of them went rd it right and when the men at the door liked If ho wislioQ to see Hie docto proiessionally he said he did and was polIty imaged into the waiting room dozcri ore patients were ahead of Sim but he was Inside at last and on hisway to the doctor and he Waited patiently When he reached the doctor and said lie had come withj a bill there was a groat row at once and the doctor Indignantly b rat clIhim Hpwover being honest enough ho paid the bill The collector didnt care so long as he got the money and straightway told how he hid done jt Then anIother one tried it and was successful tut no more were The third cohlecam wr got in with a bill for about1J but he didnt get out with that amount The doctor charged huh 51Q for his orofeeeional call aud banded him overh the balance One of two others ver- etefttd the same way cm their profeisional visits and the word soon got around among the collectors with Uitf rofiult that thjs professiooai tails wftfe abandoned jAttor which collections wero made any way they couklbB aiado except ithat way i The Defective Bafcy At a time when politicians and enJ arals have to decide almost every del whether to purchase a trench or a lull at the cost of so many human lives Ue death of a helpieas baby has set a wholq nation talking This rappenlI to be a nation which cannot bpasi that It caressuprQCiely about Its baibios for hundreds of thousands ol them die evpry year of preventable causes They die of tenements which could be vontilatcd of milk ta at could bo kept clean of neglect fiat could bo remedIed They die because theiri fathers aro undernaldi because their rnothdrsare overworked they are ria over on city streets because thellare iHsufllcient playgrounds they cI Infected by dirt diseases U1eYare starved Given a chance in life Hicut of thorn would become happy and UM ful They ace refuse l that chance ie hitlolrntbocausemen aro top greedy because jwH tlolans are cowardly nnd ignorant Every year hordes of fne human be ings are condemned 1p death because it costs too much tosave then But tho refusalI to keep alive a d forci Idiot has beeomo a morall iss e throughout the nation From tho New Republic Dogs Bring Load of Fcoo John Ilundiey a farmer awoke In the mornlrig to be advised by his w iof a serious deficit In the pantr heither flour nor meal Hurt i a horses were not shod the sleet ard itjwore too rough for the animals familys strong box was empty and farmer resided six miles from tow But John met the emergency constructed large sled hitched J fox hounds tit loaded on flvej els of stock peas and hit the tr Qaindon After a couple ofjj rest llundiey returned tome pulling a bag of meal and a SDOT9ilnualL Star is Chllrena Edna Matson ot tho U pnny who is sr 11 a children huts to big Teddy bear baling They are now entirely tsn big girl fnr dolla wqro all presented to he who Were happy In tjp jltlte girl whp preaentr tear drop In pccasioac yy I bcrrov your r iI i t iikij iAAFTEEiYEAis 1eBy GEORGE BL51 ER GOfte I 1 I will yet tranj tie oa hte gfmV j7e8 IriMJ ItIdjeeared Fff4 ftJ neti mud with hail and fury itIOD my re lIhiser amnec and appJJhe lkare you taken le ve oi your jbwes Dp you realize all chat Mn Veniir ha for ybur th ad father for Nj rddie iu4tliesrle except to rpfww me alrd tart BM tit busIObbl1ng Ituat1The sopundrel the thief He Pto be In4jeii Oh JIlT boy J or ed Mra Iin a tone of tti ileepett Mcuifih t ant streaming from rereeR- uM yott force jraer to telLyW fha John Veraer aaVedj soiihesdatroqiiuufuhioua taring volcano o spite ami bstrd To hta point 6f vi w John Venter Wat all Ihftt he had pictured hbfHac Ftoyd lingered a fo v inoniMHai tow er however heW Itl have kracowe facts that raif ht have etwuigpc his opinion pfthe e ait riw kailjuE refuted to loan iihfiL money for hi own good too had he but known JU To outward seejraing whew Hfffliai Uuraett the father of Floyd M hi lied left a fairly profitable bmteesi gossips were pusasEw when 0081wiVerner It was brawn that be hat given Mrs Burnett sometUlqr ta th way of a purcha eprice FJoyd kne that this was a smalt amount awdliai tried tp learn allf the deitfe iranMGtidn but his mother had beo Retribution1 fir Gloated Floyd Ptraagely unco i unicatiT 9be Had called him hon jjf oin college Slid lold him that he we ijti h ve to co Ito the buBinea worhltt4e toettM would be yery lltnitt rum thMftmo tor yard Baffled In op rflnty M to Jnst what Had been ipri the Uotthibu- sineaii Flo cgaa 13 tertaln darX auBptcioi regardtof his par Chaae of the e To JtIaway oj thinKing V rzhad wiUed bffi mother had faiiOBcd uP9JJ her norance and hj d rot the bwrifteas for net to nothlri He had turned ant fretted to no a 4I however fTfceo in a resentful mo iffor he Axpeelcd tin favor as a rt kf4loyd vkMted Mr Veraer He t 4 ilni he h4a chance to purchase a m f liftereetIn a iVrrm isiiig business n the city far a thou send dollars ahi asked a Jaibof thai amount You would oi jy los It with yOtui Jack of buslnete irpcrleae1 Mr Vip ner had d elaJit B advtoeS by me go to the cit f you think there yom field g ff positkWtilo matte ow humble pn learn reM bwln ways Comet k in a year With yow mettle note 1 hen 1W1U tlk with roe taHumph Iw t a put eK to let tit Die Tin ld skhiUbstLravet Rklyd fril ge evunf YII I will Tit be on e rth when he Jtes in bit grave the s Ai ming old MUr ant Ill dance on hit grave Why this tar 4cular faeed Yenge ace so obeis wd Floyd It weuli have been dJSI suit w s rM eei H not Uit o setbacks however awl a mean inw lckHitiie a false es timate of the true media dt his fa thkold frid had urved loyd tc a point of uncontrolliklir deadly hatred To his Bother km Maid seth tag snore of the suWet owls tw days after his vislent ottU MrM he an winced quietly to ker 4I sin golafe th the cty xt weeli ior good iOh my toitw Tezetd Mrs Buruett 4yo hot find lOut wox near te iall 1 Hardly svfted to Bty awbtttong observed Floytl grandly The chic Qtteis to be able ta aij lay comE back brrp a rich ma with Inowl Money to fuuy and sell that old plot twiI wont lliteh to you Floydr dc dared his lather sorrow ully So j day you will know how eaJy ypuh n udgbd a truly good alman jBosh uttered Floyd ously and lelt the ho Fortuno favcrci IJ was strnt that vj Ulfas of tr ItII- SIUw Avays b rapidly upf so tt 10 w a 1 lWt lttliit it he had invested the on itsarJ doUars he would have lost It al Mr Vrmepf probably roebf rtwd tha 1J1 3 Mr 3eZIWJiSd es to It that Ute soui had not aifeafalltart j rowed capital ontr1 i Floyd decWwI to make a flying visit hatdrirehar settee of youth out ot hie mind nonJ instance he aartfed at this thought ol j his vow to danes on the grave of enemy He tghtothIr and kiPI cretly exalt bet he ked no Idea of de I trading from his dignity with uit duly capers iHi way home from toe depot ad mitred of the taking In of the ltUe- tlvQrglngacouplltl and this Floyd did He sauntered t along locating the Voraer lot which he newwell- noyd 4aa he neared It A t R1atkedaI the solertmitySof tK spot made hint feel aahnte4 that he had invaded thte sacred ndtRr with penerted thoughts mnrfiMl i To enforce the sentiment be made dut seated N the curb of the burial 3lot a yottMf kfrl in mourjinf Sht I Was Mary Vwiter lIt heart smote t liIntt the sAjkt ot her sal Beautiful I raeseTMR kte eye flashed for kneeL i lug ajt the niy made mound having Ijunt 5fece4 upon iit a wreath of 1m ismor eltea mi hianiother lie strode towards her angeredl indignant IC nte awky at oncebe cried t ciiiHC her am almost roughly My son she spoke in glad wel iicome and then Xo I must ii go away ttBtll here at this holy spot I have toW you allV Ii Lower awl lower went his head nthe true story w g fluttefed forth at last her4lr Vernsr had taken over Vr Buuetti kfae at a loss to protect tW latter from poscrible rim inal projwcbtton It lid failed later M succeed pad poor Mary was now beggared Floyd DttrnMt was a business man In a buriitM Mk way he proceeded to restore to her what iris fathers trou bIts hall cot Mr Verner eompleteSr wever the softened heart of the nenltpnt Fluid had realized this whole worth of thla juVe tntehoorted girl and Mn Ivrnabt Mad a new daughter to lovatMl ehfrijlr Cyrit l lp y W O Chttpmait SHOCKED Ail HER IDEALS Lady lui It Hard to Understand How AuHior Could Have SDch Normal Habits I was w w leJl once to a lady who ImjnediaUily fixed me with an eager eye j I au MNikiBg a study of the liabts Iof auQira1 she announced Here at assatJedIme KtotHy tell me at what hour j reiirt ItseaNy at half pest ten I an Bwered wretchedly eyelbrows went up The author of When All Was Dftfk she informed me sits 1UI all night She says she cannot dawnIgiroimo another dunce What dQou tat she asked tThree hearty steals a dayI an Bwered VhyiSt George Dreamer never fakos more than three drops of brandy on a lump of sugar in the morning Just the sight Ora coffee cup will upset his work for a week aud tIMtt bo left me sure I do Rot do bi tint no real author couldr confess to such dlstrei lngly normal habits M Mlo rrAtlantic Handyrn kitchen icablriet jaust be rant tartly nledfs 6 as to exclude ijilce and vennlfl of all kinds write Linel Uobrtson and T C QLkjnnell in Good health elytj6etll1oweverthe kitchen cabinet is opts to this oec Uoa IbM It is too convenient That is to ur its various drawers and recrp catcliaUIIn which will be thrown a bait cf Btrtyc and a nutmeg or two and a box i of toothpicks and any number of other rcJawith tresult Uat dirt nerunul c and the real end tif the cabinet hca1 fulMM Jg defeated Every part a cabinet should b given thorcu r request cleeneiig Hollands riearclirds bii tlo trrncjf for v jrarts crir r Of Ilivjii bo r r tt c t 3t j t tlORN BREAD WAS A ivLUi 3ut Husband Tried to be Dbwi pectin His Remarks to the Dfsofv fytnif I1 of theCucsi 4 heY were a aVwlymarris cottf 4 Old wife though a fair ook did at know how to make thing his moth er had prepared Apdthis veiled the husband although lie was disposed to- bet indulgent for the sake ot harmon Uut UioroVas one point upon whlchhe sorroVed not a little His wife coulti make edible corn bread and corn IAot was the food upon which was reared oI Otuc day a girlhood friend of tim wits visited her and after assisUtg in the pnipftration of luncheon accepted an invitation to stay and eat it wih the newlywedii The husband arrIved Snd theTguest and be took their Pla at the table while the wife woat tOltcsf kiteheit tit qrlng acme orttn dte11 Before bis pl te wee tho Husband8 cOrn breo4 but it was a miserable fail uresipklj yollrw flat andheavy Io became oanfideiittaJ- Th4re abSZidwhoee hus said Cca1y td the guest Just have you1buititor It would hurt her feeUrns Wlj n the wife entered the room a oetMHotpenta later she ioUcedthat a laceiahe asked t ihJg nothing the guest reFlied tim riedly iubgnihadclJlru t two aaughlns womens volcearuerrily resounded through tho Uou buM of the nowiiweds Bet the wife has not yet told the husband that her guastmade tho corA bread on that day she stayed for prlyUetbocadept at making corn bread- DcggarParaduse In China beggingIs in the P ture of ah art and the various sorts of sup plicants have been classified until sow it is known tlia1Jiere ate at oast thirty classes pftrayeilcg oasts i The passenger boats know them and do not attempt to collect passage money for they slefep on the open deck and curiously enough pay for whatever rice they require This ing the case rather than have an trouble with them and gain the enmity the boatmen allow them fro passage When they rajlch the city they Pt upatihe beggar hotel near thOT1g Pagoda and lot the beggar headi m know of their arrival Soon the rc u lar allowance Is forthcoming and tfio man spends a few says in pans ot pleasure and then raqves ntc an other place to repeat the sac rj seeding Pressed Feathers vs Wool A Verona priest has solved the problem of the scarcity ot1rMIwhlch will be abundantly needed by the pine wIntercampaign troops during the AlI Ho has discovered a substitute con- sistlng jaf pressed feathersJthQ advantage being that they nwike Usbter wiumor anti cheaper wooL Submarines are not pfrala to at tack a hostile wahlp from a favor able position but owing to their small power 0 rtstnccto gun ryI and that their only offensive w against watthlps is the tcapeHd guns they carry being call be f as to be of no otuChsmaul r vessoViotected in any not aflcktheju boldly on the surface obligedtolion whence they can effectively dls charge a torpedo and at this time are necessarily submerged The perlscppo Is one thing that dicates tM position of a submarine auotuer when completely submerged Is the linE she makes wnlch is Visible on thejsurfaoe ot thevjater Lublin an OldJ Lublin nov in t uistroGerir- somethO out d Jot tat GJIrI far Public ServjcLSeasb 19 I IltahramaI Ky a I trRex Mo 06 c Mahogany brow Nh 1a1l hands foaled 1903 weight 1 c5Sire REX AlopONALD 833 I HalVe 3rd 562nddais Daui of Deans Copperbottom 66 K inKt I Inouroutsold85secdndi1838WhatWeanlings by him have brought as high as six hundred and fortyfive dollniB in hard cash under the hammer I chaneefaiedsons v e hadhan IiRexMqroeIf l Ift aII I iII Britons Best 4O Chcstnttt stt ijtfa1 d 19rO lra stre BOU7LEfli lF J WWitdnIJUYH CfvUdfi7 J fJ 4 t t htJ g Htti of Sluts CIdfk Chief 2675 4th dam daughter of LeGrand 746 1lI liOOU1JapPYineetinjrisno a mi thijwiie Martin a vearlhigior 310Jurist L suckling for82St Gipsy Drk e a suckling for 300 Fancy Maiden a seckhing IbreughtII F Statehiothproduce end nilke a market for them expe v Fee J15 To Insurea Living Colt I aP Ifr I Chestnut ire THffGRKAT fdaledl909 REX lff hands aV1heII I IlatkIfor public servicru Kentucky Je is a good Individuall round actionand a g nfect disposition Hewitt serve mares feeo1tssuit mjQlNSURE T A LIVING COT 11all WeakpfTFforfecrvlce Jm J IaOODJAeffI andifed grain ddat actual cost C PETBRSL i fDr R J HAMILTON S RJNQF1EL1 KY otllce on Main Cross StreetPhone Ofcce lour f vf tf 730 830 100 300 i DR JCAW I Pljiiciw zndeon I Office n to A M to P M 1Ito m1to2 p 0 ay aons Drug Store jt 4OR M W HYATT s Office over Springfieldl State Blink Offlco hours 1030 a m 9 r toi2 wto 5 p m WF GRIGBM- V ATTORNEY AT LAW Offlce over People1 Bank- BPRINOFIELU1 t KY H- Ts uili Wn IF TRU- SrYDENTIST Office over Havijon Barber a rental work atreasonable prices A 11 irork guaranteed DQRSEYDORSEh LAWYERS SprIngfleld Loutsville 10 years experience louis yule bar Special attention to collections and adjusttncnts 0 SPECIAL TO WOMEN l The most economical cloonslnSlEind germicidal of allsantlfleptlca Isj f fti iMe AHBTepHc Powder to WiKMolred in water as needed As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh inflammation or ulceration of nose throat nod that caused by feminine ills Ithas no equal For ten years the Lydia R Plnkham Medicine Co bas recommended Poztlne in their private correspondence with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been curd say it U worth its weight in gQid At druggists 60c large vx or by Xb Paxton Toilet 0 K Boston mLI TREES N l Shade and Fruit Trees Straw berry rPlants Grape Vinos 4slirJ2b trAspardRU Rb ubarb Hedeing etc EverytMng lor Orchard Lawn and Garden Hi Agents Free Catalog H F Hillenmejerl Son 1841 Lexington Ky 1916 T m TROUBLES rJ twLrIY l p r Pf mriWI i It TOWN WiwUtrituurenp U 1ILocal Happenings Interes 3 The Freshest and Latest f About Yourself FriendsiiAII and Acquaintances t1 d UMU ww Q f Sport hats at popular prices WatKen Blanford flar Sale Whfle Leghorn th- 1dfbr5tS s Mrs EeffajSpadin I Phono 3708 ForR htPFour rooms lights and It rStfrsSallm wflptrsonl r djr1 OfrJumberbutum r ho sdntc of attractir rats uL ax ow grl- C1tllittincf Williams JSor Sae One 6rerranti QJtu r car Good as new Apply atihis office For Friday and Satqidg QIIT we will offergyro ptwoal values inll OO and 200 bats Do not fail 16 see this line Blanforil1lJCARD OF THANKSI desire to thark my friends whoso kinJIy assist d wo iu winning the handsome phaeton offered by Mr A 0 Krinball in his congest Mrs S M BOTTOMS The ethic and L ttn given at St Roe last Monday wits well ntlende Uaud a very enuyr tumicg afternoon anti evHiin spent There wEre a number pt games for the Children and en tertainments of var ous kind for the older folky Monday Vyftl be County Court aid the tirsUduy of tbeMay term of tte Circuit Court ftfliH docket IHda 1YI short ti tie to dispose of all thb cases thereon 1 tet tt J riding on his motorcycle on the Lebanon and Spriiigfield pike an automobile ran into him jMtfowhig him from his machin and painfully i bruisug him 1I Last Friday and Saturday fere examination days for ili pupils who are reeking to avail tliemselv2S of the privilege of securing free attendance at the county high school There wire twentyfive applicants Next Friday and are examination days for theI teachers of the county Democratic Convention Je County Democrat ccCoti i Le held in the Sauldy vaI delqat Sl T TrOfICS I 4vasuaa LetIthings will pass off har J thehieJsantlmeIt of sittisf inn all sides t Strawberry Suppe tb1The ladies of the CuUiQlic church will give a strawberry supper at the park in Spring field on rext Saturday afternoon and niyht i 7 t Take Off 20 Per Gent A delegation went from tins county last Tuesday to m etj jyitU the State Board of Equtili zitinn for the pugrPoSgpf petting cff the raise of 40parcni given th county bv that botly Tues day oeiig Ibe day net for hear iiig complaint A vigorous pro test was made by the committee ainst the raise and the Boal arter hearing the arguments tool lift 20 percent of the raise and left toe remaining 20 per cent However at the earneslsolicita tinn of the commit ee tliebdard acce Jed Jb their request to Rive fur ler cAnsiderauuh to the WtlWl It isliopefl to get off xt- flea t part of the retraining rais chool Commencement Inv aliens are out for the Springfield High Ooaimence went whirhwill be heldaj the Opera House Wednesday toy 4ih at 8 oclock pm The class of HH6iis perhaps the llirge t in the hi torv of thH chlul there oeing len gnd uates as follows Miss Georgia LeetMargaret Ann Wai tte M blei Ellen Lea Stel a Louise Edeien Lucile fro bridge Noe Tixfilma iLeuna Mclutire Nona Lee Calett Nellie Francis Willet Mary Prancas McILvoy Kate Miry Showmalcer Louis EbtJlI jz2r Miller Frank Samuel cemelltlexerCises ways highly eiJo able and wears a crowd t d housa Chdutauqua IIIwi be good news to tbe citizens of the county to learn that Wusbjnglon county is have a Obttutauqui For toll yeaiSpust most Cpiinties liftVp b en having these hihlyete Cij Lining and edocutiuim meeting- liC are a great help tp the up taft uf the cuuuiy wa a+ avwlessv dition of the i i BANK c at the close + 7g i tXt 44xx4 t t SPRINGFIELD DRY CLEANING if COj 1 n Suits Brushed and Pressed 35c A VJVKid Gloives CleanedlISc V J We dry Ilea i vice a week Tuesday and Friday Straw Hsts Cleaned and Reblpnkud ffLEV NldHOLS Prop I Phqne 154 IPhextDoor io Clerks Office Qo OOOO VU jVt oeoo QoOQQ i ITh K dpnthCha Jiiuqua peo pie have male arr iigciiieits to hod a ttvti davs Ohuiaudua here beginning Jujie 8th tile maatingwill b held sitne on tbiFufgroulld ov t1e School grounds end will bo i lalalgft tent Everyone jkhows how tiolelLalnllhtntis Jin the summer limeI A good numterof auterainers sire jjlitfiy musiiians comedians etc willbe on the progiam A tine band will rentier concerts jeacb dai and not the least important part theIgames will be held caci day during the iCluutauqia An Unfortunate Accident One of the niosfr distressing accidents that hae Ayer happec ud in the history Of the county tppened last Mpfidajr afternoon when Mr Jesse Gpe furfoitad his life Ouiieavng his home Mlr Cole acnouue J lhis intention of going out to hi a squirrel and went into the voods near by Mr Gash who was his nephew lily marriage wtnt also in tortile s Mme vjortds ccliit seemed lielth er knew of tne otlers pre ntoi GSh heard what e welt 10 bo the brtrk of a cjjfi rel n IJU tbe same time sav stir rigsome buSIes it o ting hit iw iiotliing but in aii R second 11 attention was alga It caned1 to lysine noise wlioW tc thought he saw the quirre a n g thel llii 1t cs and tired and p ng into tile liudIhatheyoub mm IMS siici beeiiuidijr the attention ofinx i iihystcian HiiJ it is feMedlla he will Ibi left murtally uliinced Mr Gull was a man s ill ut f45 years of Agand aiirot d citizen of the county He v ad n arriid many years ftgoto a M s Jenkins who with several cbidien survlyos Puberal services ware conducieti ai Falrview Wed itsdav Mr R E y wile hits been tsdij d TuasdaV ttT chit oir wlnre he ulety zit Nlop rHliOit for apppndicititJ li was xboU thirtyfive ear HUO and form only a resident MffTrf orcouuly White here he lad boon engaged 13 writing life insurance and had won the confidence halll re spectofall wjrijirnew him 5Brr Simms v fjMrs Marv inlice Sitnms died at the hq the f her dauf htei Mrs llm C Elbertz in Louis weekYfolowiag a strOt of apoplexy hLe was on ihtf streets of JLyuis e when s tckeu and was li ktsua gotd health after be ken he me slie survive d ew Hours s vpil known in thi lived nI lur lifrte u i nutil abou l1n thA famih le Priori as a M is- leI vva nmusn ly1 RON L Mis caraBWldCkhIS returi Jed from a visit t her grand llIll J f ftf who has bern in Louis t for the pt4l- rs veral mpuiiil hA3 retur tIi home t Judge and Mrs L lThurradti spent Friday aid Saturday in Louisville J j IJo Begeumnti of Jferdstovt n Sl1nJJayII uones ehm attended n John the derby iu Louisville Saturdiy Mr and Mrs John L Barber spoilt the weekend in Louisville Dr J H Bcone is spending tue week at French Lick Springs Miss OorjiKJ Mclntira iis viit fag friendsin Louisvil e neicetertsal3unuellguests Mrs William Buckraan and of friends in youisvilleI Mrs S E Clenunts spent ev rarl djyj in Louisville las wjek Miss Mii OIanfQrd of Lou isville is the u t oflari Ann Miss Mary G PIJ r Miss Gejtrjue ShadSrof Tnu iEyillo spent sevjai days her this week Rev Giles 71J Jren Tuc day for Ashyi le N pj Mr and AhiGflPo Wlarton were in rLeb t u Wadreaday ataeudhfunsof lira liens rv under fMr L A Bums who under went an opor ton at St Josephs Infirmary ati Louisville hiss re tuned home much improvers Mr J H ONeal of Uorbv vitl Ifa spent a few days here this wetk Mr Sam T Spalding of Leb anon was here yestefflay on bisfnes Dies on Train i r iILt banan KYf1hiv 10 A lcsjnim wa receivedi here this morning announcing tile sudden death of W S Parly a farmer and stock dealer of Brad Idrds ville thtscountv which occur odjiast tYight on a train between Decatur Ala and Athens Ala Mr PurdVjhid keen in the a1tlroute home He was about 61 years old at d is survived byhis wile jiiridsii children t l Contest Closes The ladies votinji contest hed hsMr A G Klulall lids closed Avith ihtt following result First Prize Phalon Jb vlUIrHQC011d Prize Range Mrs I3ertiiaLeachintn 204855 third Prze Oil Stove MIsLI iyd Parroit 140C45 t 0 her Con tost antSi Mrs JEKvinStniih i8801- oo i Gtorgiu llyes JL 878 f Miss Vc Smth 82J85 s Miss Vivinn NullpV j7i05 Mrs TuurmaiOhtsser eY5 Mrs Sadie Vast 01450 I Miss Martha Thomiisoti i 47705 JH Li ian U Hobiilt 40100 nn o Vise 41505- k Birn 80f90- kMedey 2VJJ- 5LJimbauer257UO L is 29485 rs east 1337215 n rraduate give one i f 5 I i i SUMMER NOVELTIEJ v i PL Are constantly being added to our stocks and itj is afpleasufe to hveyou see them t t fI iq I to ii- new in J r A f J t are at in and 7 A few for and IO j We to you in see In 101 stud t3 fftr Um a lj Will make the season at my 6I miles frouiSpriigneUon the Hun and Bech Fork 8 Tolnsurea Young John Mars al is waS sired by John Marshal and out ofI a very fine Jennet Last season he served 10 mares and got 10 cuts of them red sorrels Season money de when fact certain ed mare parted with or brtdi elsewhere Care taken to prevent cidents but not r should any occur Lien rotained on all colts for of service fee G W FENWICK W lJ make the of 1916 at my thrcb milts from on Lincoln Run at 8 To a Living Colt Prince Peavine is by Rex Peaiine Uelle 0820 by Bourbon mOil 1718 Prince Peavine has proven a good breeder 1tIi and Sam f8 To Insure A LivingGpll Clark sired Lyt Clark he by Kvaiia Giant hb by John f out of a Jennet by Samson The dam of this Jack was by Big Alack and he 0the bdst mule jacks in Marion county Lien reUined on all colts to secure payment of service fee Care taken S l1udd HaY Elitists Trnvoi That bullets neither whine hiss cowl hum nor whisper ncvollsts to the contrary Is Infor b jjMr Edward C Cross man In Outing With ono possible o septlon when in certain conditions of pen country modern military bullets hiss to those standing back of the fir Ing ilne nothing is audible accept a iharp crash of air closing around tho bullots base when U travels at high speed At a velocity of JGOO feet a second or more the noted IsIlike nothing so much as a long and violently cracked Those who stand far enough from tho clflo hear the billets crack and later the dull thudding noise of the rifle it welt which has been Jack radon makes a soldier hit pt 600 killed halt In llPOll from the tfto rejtched ilha =F Newest Things in t Ij LADIES CREPE CHENE Wmr 250 350 500 Each i 1 Smart Styles in Ladies white Wash WitJ The correct styles in ready made Silk Dresses Good things in Blouses from to 150 tt New line of latest Ladies I Good showing Silk Hosiery 29c 150 pair tl The shapes in Ladies Pumps dull kids patents and hites I 1 Full line Tennis Shoes Oxfords and Dancing Pumps FeW Specials for this Week III Extra Good sizp CountsrpaneI00 these cheap I2B Corduroy Sport Coats white pink blue 498 worth I wellwerthk509x12Ladies Spring Coat Suits 750 Ihave many dther show Come and NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS HERE IIThe WertsiiClafbrole LG001- 1L 7t ItflmZrr IP John Marshal Cables Pleasant Living rnpikeat tI4yoarSoldandj 5 isaaj responsible payment Prince Peaviiie season stables Springfield turnpike Insure byRex Mammoth Clark Mammoth Spanish Lltseyslitt9IObyS GrayJohn responsibleristrouldnJfccur 1J notwithstanding matioagiven blacksnake veryL onUpeeded thoIneiffl DE and Middy 50c yf the very Neckweart per bargains Young + t t L r It is 1 in at for it or j BOX 2xd KY r tu t tJ W i r 1908 Pcx Ialt J400 J1910 six i4 30 V four three We fill our Goods on our K Bear h p kinds I r r Wines Win and ff t kept in a s fciousa kItrm J e j f 7 LE BA M Oil KY vV = If you need Jn tthis line Why 1I tir t w a man yon give YI tu 04 t bk use of a to keep the towels open 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IIfN APLACII PTNCft t J1r tJTtr1 tif the Prv I ef Uthfe rrjgDtrwsInlrpI i iy1uiiitiu Far1a Th 9JJJ rr nil aM Jkowrer striktn w s WIt S Whn you hays AI tat Vi alIa on irttt Mto rai vrlt yoii t 1IIt1I aI IICPstlon of Vwto Hi rtm uYHly can har w JH wids and 10 rs viMiag gorgM cr di ass sssi fltedowed by fir and of a Ta Iowa to crowded In nar vwr aM Mt too Mvorr streets on the Mss eC tM kflia aa4 abova it ifcp NBBtt sailed Zamkooaya Cora w oue WH stand the ruins of an iljhl illTl tower of red brick the rtstMlM eC the aa tlt wbfich Qedynlm rM4 prime St Lithuania built early m Ute fMrtMrtk ewttuay when he es UiMifcil YtIM M W capltaL Bat IB sM kM a WKL elder kistory is Wfcrtrrar Ute friaKlT faith of the JHMMslA vay have been and rttMfi are the storle in old ehron s Jsk te r aonably certain that J ttr away im ttt dark ape they were sisgIg a MKT d fire kept forever bL Ut S tk Mine of the Roman views at Ute foot of this Castle kill J w aer irs4ere assume that vu t M MM Cfcertree aid anf sethe Mr B ir fererer associated wMk the jiiilis eA the anttrlM of the Chris MIa MwMahrinoanolderi i UIIJ14k reek te fle the CaJiwiral of at1 1isWwksreIn1itki11Yer0oSc JW Jece U a Mactuary In VllB moreI fceaetsi Asove the old town of Mer the railway sUtioa there is a etsfrt whiek possesses aa image ot tM YJrite farfamed tec miracles TM my ii the street below full of l riM e irenhlycrs kneeling and MslilBK la yay r Catholics of he luand of the Greek church unite H their faith la tke Virgin of the Os a a ckpeI UM kMulvurten of the gay T ffMnl eC tat Lithuanian prov HA ef aa anay eorpL It b am imcatiomal enter It baa I4 L LbsrsndgrgIn At Jnet ttM Its population maybe sid at 210000 people But M kttC tatportanca Is neither admlm im tta mr omixierclal It stands attW Jwcttom of the raUwayi from Barte aaA Warsaw to Petrograd that L It ftl M of the greatest canters of aamamkatloa in Jtusaia rom the UanaaB traatier it la 120 mUM dIe sat fraat Petrograd more than 400 ftNt Wanaw it In KT miles J3D1J tfcaaa railways though the most in t artemt are 11Qt the only Until whlck i t attTtrffttom l1IIIL t1zconnecteb y 9 lima rammiag southeast throulhl 1iOuk with Klaff and the great re aWesa of southern Russia while yet ametkar aranak gives communication 4aa loath with the fortress of BteatIJ UUnk ami the Prlpet valley and Bormo Tkrouga Minsk ott the south aatarm line rum the railway whlcl ky way of Smolensk reachee Moscow f It waa ynma which Kijoleon chost ma tka mdvmmcad bus at his famous tavaalaa of Russia He secured the lima af tka Klemen and made Vllnn the strategic center of the French brew Wkem he advanced be left ilurat In cofiunand of lila magazines and kotfItalf The greatest of French laaiera of cavalry seems an odd ant iMxpUcable choice for such a post did Murat who might have dons mtrnak for the advance and something for the retreat distinguish himseli at Ute base HU Jien when the enIaster of Moscow was known piUagJ tbs stores and left behind 20000 sick womaded azti 5000000 francs Na peen had run away from the place- ID ttafaiM some days before Whon he Racataas came hack twelve days later they found In one hospital alone 1JSM deed bodies piled like pigs of t laM one above the otherIIII Wrens t Stephens Coleman strict LenI con iBfland whererv memorlal Ub kt to jertohlonera who have fallen a tke frait has just been unveiled iu ce tinklndly called the poorI ut tit an frrens works The orlp kiaZ edifice according to Stow wnlI aeeeetlKLs a synagogue of the Jews 5wA preWWy became a parish clIurchI banished A reUc olwrka tkey were ybf eld church remain over the gate way where a highrellef representa ttea ot ke last Judgment rarely noIsteed fey passersby Is one of the uaiBteet specimens of ancient art in Ijevies Defoe gives great praise oIJfifcjt Hayward tindersexton of this Stklt k who stuck to hU poet during thsgu burled an the dead froRJJ tafetbea populous parish and nave e4 tke 61isteEper The present vicas- I tf 8t ftepheni Is the novelist whe Vrttee vaiw tke pen name of Mori i iaeL1 emIrtneeImialvidaallty end selfconsciousness tke soul after the death of the ofrr am4 have even attempted ty strata their belief by asserting com amlcatlon with these disembodied 1 falrHs Sir William Crookes a pro- fevmd delver in jchemlstry pertaining ta radioactivity asserted years ago i tkat ke had had communication with soil ef dead friends but for several later years he has been silent anent 5turn ratter Camille Flammarlon a ratter speculative and sensational as traaemur declares that he has seen aNd eeavened with the ghosts of iea4 frieads Prof William Jynes tfeffcer ef Henry Janice the novelist emilsil before Jae died that if pos i afaieke WMtW eeautunlcate with his JHema Prelaitor Hyslop both eminent iflhJtitNt at last accounts the ef Frefseur Jajaes kad net Nsw5dsd if PlfttI Lijrseea ke morel mietfce af mmAiag loag- tMkiaiBalr rte4 ky gratseser Upp t fta lyamek aatramesaer la U- iIae1taeis JiMto aky takam at twa its I ErIf akovm fry am art the katmapiaoM 11 tIlT r tt r = ls ta 1Ai fa a ffsH A LA BOMBABDEMENT German Shells Provide Meats for the Inhabitants of a Part of ern Franco NorthIt When a certain great stone struc ture on the waters edge is hemn shelled the French soldiers off duty adjourn 1o the shore for the enter tainment They know the various schedules the shells run on and time their arrival The German guns fir ing them are so tar off that the report cannot be heard There is a deep bass ft ring roar closely followed by another for they come in pairs and then two huge columns water hurtle into the air for a hundred feet accompanied by two heavy detonations The bleacheroos cupying Americans of the ambulance bections they have installed a bench t to sit onthen jump up and scurry for a Trail which affords against the eclats that pxotectionI from the shells In a second thqre a rush for the hot chunks of metal while the natives emerge from their shelters to gathc up the fish that havo been killed by the terrific con cussion and fish a 1la bombarde jncnt is served to us the next day B McConnell in the Outlook HIS POSITION NO SINECURE persian Poet Laureate Kept at Work i Immortalizing the Speeches His Royal Master ofI Persia appears to be thej nly conn try besides England where a poet laureate has been maintained of recent years Until MuzaffaredDin abolished the post in 1896 the court Teheran had for centuries possessed a laureate whose duties wer eI far more numerous than those of British confrere According to NarciBse Persin wtyo spent some years tin Persia at theI beginningof the nineteenthcentury court etiquette prescribed that whenever the shah traveled outsideI the capital his suite must include a dwarf a giant a jester a historiog rapher and a poet laureate The last two werefkept busy for while the historiographer had to record for posterity all the doings and sayings of the shah the laureate was called upon to celebratea large proportion of these in verse M Persin highly commends this custom which he found rigidly followed for UtOI his ljstal1izedroyal progresses to speak and behswi majestically Punt on tombstones The punster Is irrepressible he Indites his jokes on tombstones An epitaph In Whitham Abbey forms us that Sir James Fullerton died fuller of faith than of fears palns1u11erThough strange yet true sev enty years was his wife hiatfpy with her Tears This was written of an organist I Here lies one blown out of breath who lived a merry life and died a Meredith i Another says Here lies Thomas Huddlestone reader dont smile but reflect as this tombstone you view that Death who killed him In a very while will huddle a stone upon you Use for Prisoners of War Austria has discovered a scientific use for prisoners of war Doctor Foch professor of anthropology and ethnol ogy at the University of Vienna has been granted the sum of 800 by the government to conduct anthropological researches among the captives of Aus ttian arms He wilt measrro their skulls tabulate the color of ialr and ayes collect data as to dialect and otherwise subject these human speci mens to the scientific onceover many times repeated The good doctor Is said to be wildly enthusiastic over the prospect of so large and va rind a collection of human material for his Investigation Tired Hunter Was a Corpse When H L Burr went to his grist mill near Balls Mills he found lean- Ing against the door what bo at first supposed was a tired hunter who hadl stopped to rest When ho came closer he found It was the body of It Franklin Spotts who had by all Indications placed the muzzle or a shotgun in his mouth andl pulled the trigger with hlafooV blow aJng out his brains WlUUunsport Pa Dtsvatch Philadelphia Inquirer floating Base for Submarine The South American country of Bran may soon possess an Innovation for cabmarin warfare in the form of a floating submarine base capable at- r taking care of six submerslbles of th 400ton type It will be provided with the necessary auxiliary equlpjge for charging tho accumulators and air res ervoirs of the underwater craft The floating base or tender will 326 feet long 51foot beam and will have a draft of 13 feet Sixtysix hundred horse power will be developed b two sixcylinder Diesel chglnei of tbe twocycle singleacting type An Italian company at Spezia it building the craft for eatly delivery to Brazil If it is not taken over by the Uau Pnyftrnus The Blockhead SergeantNow then dont you know how to hold a rifle- Recruit Ive run a splinter in my angerSSergeant exoperatedo you ave ave you flph scratchln your ead I suppose Windsor MagKTlne I Many Animals Kliieo ItEe uiunoers or predatory ammeus werte destroyed last year by federal forest officers in the national foresttJl Wore coyotMl were slaughtered than say otter animal nearly 3200 being kflhet Wildcats were second In the cMwtity list of these 63S meeting vkfeat Mis Then came bears the ftsath jftst tolic 240 Other anjmalf kfcfet Ja sosstderable number w 5 IyUnA o5flt5 04O9 scr In th tiI r HARD TO CONTROL NERVES J Even the Bravest Men Have Btttn Known to Exhibit Fear Before Be Ing Inured to Battle Men In the Irenjshes now quite used to the war game have been described as feeling Jumpythe sort of af fiction that used to be called maur soritlB Here Is a state pf mind iot necessarily blameworthy nor even un soldierly the bravest have experl cooed it The feeling la given various names As when a young nobleman was sent to the hospital suffering tram heart paralysis Being Immature a mere youth his heart In fact his whole body was undeveloped a man In spirit but not yet in body Being so conspicuous a figure it waR up to him to display the supremest couragla and of course he made good Alt the same there was a profound shock his phynlcal organism and something had to evidence that shock His soul was Btrong and brave but his physl t rat being with Its subconscious will tolive was afraid and no shame to it or to Its princely owner Why should men get equivocal about fear on the battlefield why not frank ly call it that and not nerves or some like foolishness The courage lies all in going ahead despite the fear Tho subllmest courage is the two In the morning sort when ones physical condition is at its lowest Sbb And the wonder Is Just that kind of courage is now belng somag nlflcentlyand so lavishly displayed all alonf the bkttlefronts where much of tile fighting Is one at night All soldiers are likely to be afraid until they get used to warfare This has- i been true of many famous com manders Augustus who won fame at Actlum Turenne Napoleon Ney A coward Is he declared the bravest of the brave who boasts he never was afraid Demosthenes talked fight aplenty but he ran away from his first engagement as did also Cicero Scientific American Teddys Good Shot One of Colonel Roosevelts first hunting Instructors was old Blll Sew all a iialnb guide whom when president the colonel rewarded for yean of friendship and advice by an office wentjIntocame along and they went out to give the youthful Nlmrod his first chance for a shot After a time the colonel says they saw a stag Shoot shouted Bewail and the fu ture president let go with his rUle The star ran a little way and droppedSjYouve got him Youve got him shouted Bewail as he ran forward to investigate How did It happen Why replied young Roosevelt drawing himself up proudly I stifled for hU reamtIYou done well said Bill You done well You hit him In the eye Power of Politeness Honesty is the best policy said the readymade philosopher- Of course It 1s replied Mr Dutt Un Star But the public doesnt ways realize It Most people would rather be cheated a little In an affable j way than do business with a person whose conscience keeps him la 4tato of initatlOB Bitter Cure A grimly humoroHS incident of theI war is told in a letter written by soldier to his mother in England aI Theres one chap In our company thats got a rippin pure for neuralgia but he isngoing take out a pat entbecauso Its too risky and might kill the patient Good Ju ksone ot the ingredients and you cant always be sure of that He was lying In the trenches the other day nearly mad with pain In his face when a German shell burst close by He wasnt hit but the ex plosion knocked him senseless a bit My Ieura1glasgone says he when be came round And sos six of your mates said I His names Palmer- s d thats why we now call the Gor man shells Palmers neuralgia c Companion eI1YOUthlI Historic RtnQS A remarkable antique ring Is In cluded in an exhibition In London or ganized by the committee of the Po lish victims relief fund ThIn ring which has been given for sale Is sym bollcal of the restoration of the old politicall status of the kingdom of Poland A miniature comn with a cross emblazoned on the lid takes the place of a stone On pressing an angle at the foot of the coffin the lid lifts and a tiny figure representing Poland rises IAnother War fiorrori A dirty little urchin went into a t grocers shop and asked for a haporth of soap Go and buy your haporths where you buy your pounds from replied tje grocorSWeve never bought any before answered the urchin we always waits for samples to come round but since the wars been on theyvjs not been round so offen wlv 1tLOndon TitBiteSSave Him Trouble Professor You should stuay bard er and try to take a degree Freshman Waste of time Whcii the governor dies and I Inherit hit millions 111 endow a university and- o theyll give me more degrees than Ill know what to do with- Superficiality t She Phyllis Featherweight Is going to study geology HeWell I am glad that shell at last Ret beneath the surface of some 4blng Judco Getting Even woman employed In a La IAyounbank In acknowledging I courtesy shown by an Indianapolis young pan who lives at the Y M C A inclosed a check for five cents only for payment for service as ejj rand boy She remarked to the you mans sister that hi wouldnt hJ JIwhen the check is returned to tb fayette bank It will bear In ad to the stamp of several banks a l Indorsements which will show i done duty a a circulating among the yovac mani IndL friends ThS ypng manS Ja to what will happen a was friends at ih wt a the CheckSjgi lad WHITE RUSSIAN PU JJEST SLAV His Racial Habitation U the MOltI Backward Region ofJtKo of the Czr1- A sketch of white Russia the first part of old Russfan stall to feel the power of the InyaderIs given In a G801ographicWhite Russia comI ses stan governpenta Yfts fourRuljj Moghileff jmd Minsk j It Is the name if derived frIthe predomi nant color tif the peann dress This dlvlsjdn of Russia is punded by the Prlpet river basin and by the Duna or on1esouth on the north It of about seven and pnehiUO million two third of which Is wl4e Russian and the rest L1thuan1anfe lib and Pol ish Here likely is to be found the purest Slav type almo t This region blanketed b swamps marshes and smothered Ic forests re1one of the poorest m1st backward gions in European 2t a Finns dwelt here t More history gan for Europe The arere expelled by Lithuania who b tirn gave way before migrating la ronic tribes The country final passed back to the Lithuanians then to Poland and was won plecem alIbI Great Rua ala Polish oppress pni and religious persecution worked i wholesale desolation here and thou ands of peasants lied Into Russia whijle those who remained Intrigued forl Russias coming The whole of tho rq den was not an nexedby the Great usslans until tho Starvajtionl again with as terxibjsb effects as th famine experienced by Indra in the grip paef The White Rus an Is not ot so sturdy a build as tne Great Russian nor so comely as tie Little Russian He is less aggressive P1an his north ern neighbor and n prdlieavy than his southern neighbor JHIs hair and eyes are light and hw fake is generally drawn The game it peculiar to him Is his white ovjrcpat which he wears on all special occasions as proudly in swelterl ig Joly as ln the winter His villages are small isolated and badly keft His homes primitive His fight for existenceareI a bitter one FJm his ranks recruited the workmen for the hard eat leastpaying taflU ef the empire wantea Aaoutntrncr He was a good Uoking young negro whose clothes gav I no indication that J hewaaoutofajHe Jnculrer office at the moment tho starta taking the relax ation which follows tho consignment of the last edition to jthe pryss Said the youn ijegro Klnjro gemmen ell m whether thai I suthen gemmaat lywah round beahT Whats the mrf tel with a nortbert tfemman Inqulr i be staff kidder Boss answen d the young negro Ah Jus got In fim Georgy Ajs hungry F Ah k n a gemman fum down Souf honelme out Maybe thats n one Possibly its a late and t ea way to make t raise But if tho yc ung negro was otI the level and ho lo ked It the South received its had most ompllmont In these parts InI naba day Buffalo EnquirerSAnother Peachj df a Peach StorY Brown Bartholomew and Johnson counties all com in jd make this story Mr and Mrs E IsHa Davis live on larm In the con rlmade by the three county lines T ey have a peach tree on their place tl attthas been acting in an unusual ma tier and Mrs Davis who visited Co uxpbus Ind recently brought along me proof She had ODe twig from tj ree on which there were 16 peacbe the combined weight of which was even pounds There was not another each on the tree but the one twig di f nobly Just a little distance trout his tree there is another that II so ding forth its second Crop of peache and nearly all of Umbs now are II the peaches being about the size of guinea eggs On the Davis farm them also Is a second crop ot blackberries growlngIndlano Us News Practftlnp Economy When the wnversatfqn turned to the subject of jconomy thist little mol dent was related by Congressman Charles H Bike of South Dakota Jenkins was flitting In front of tb drthouso town whet a f along and Do reeled a IIIilUburbllnthe high cost at living cost of lir log respond Jenkins everything Is economy ojpwn our way now My wife is practicing it to beat the band You dont mean iU exclaimed the other In what way is she econo airing ISbe is economizing on my shirts was the rejoinder of Jenkins She U buying met three for a dollar so that she a 115 hatPbIla delphla can1ffit TOHY IS BLACK i Beautiful Belgfan City Has Through the Centurle Boon tie Prize of Variousr Nations IThe first fiiegu of Ostend the beau tiful Belgian city ended 310 years ago on September 22 1604 when thA city was surrendered to the Span lards who had invested the city over three years The hor capitulation followed mont heroic iefenses u warfare On the of Spain th3 Fut in 1706 fealed thcJ was taken was retol- fared Freno I 5 MAKES HOME IN JAIL IS CENTRIC CHARACTER W WICH ITA KANSAS r IrIISPat Is an Irishman Even watson1 the dullwitted friend of the great Sherlock would know that without being told Also he Is short wearing chin whiskers and stepping lively Is sixtyfive anl Industrious And he keeps tho city hall and Its neighbor t hood In Wichita Kan clean as a whistle without having any stipulated salary relates the New York Sun All Pat asks Is a chance to sleep Inside tHe city Jail and a bite to eat and a bit of smoking tobacco From early morn until dewy evo with shovel brush and broom he operates upon the pavements The al leys about the neighboring buildings are always splc and span Nobody told Pat to do the Job and nobody can prevent him from doing It Ho Just annexed It and for this reason Pat Ryan used to live on a sand boat on the Arkansas river It wasI the only hone ho had But someonoI thought It his duty to object presence there and soon he was ou- tofa domicile He looked about and then his Irish wit came fo the rescue He hit upon a scheme that worked all irlght He simply walked into outI city halt and took up his residence the jail adjoining He was not put under arrest He merely began to stay nights at the Jail and days he worked about the building and the streets and alleyways In the vicinity The work he does voluntarily for the city more than pays for the food he consumes and the bed under shelter which hf eems glad to get ins hobby is keep- Ing things clean No one has more pride in a shining brass rail than Pat If he were a shoO artist ho would give so much time to a single pall that would prevent customers from catching trains Why hes more conscientious by far than the chaps who spend the money the citizens pay In in taxes say observers who have watched Pat At first they made joke about the hobo now they rather mire him One day the rain was coming down fn sheets Pat grabbed a shovel and hustled for the oor Here someone yelled you don want to get Into that tornado Youl catch your death Tm golng to let the water out oil that nlleyPat called back and put he went He came back soaked but wasnt any overflow bothering thettI chants whogo back doors on the alloy after that etorra wa over After some weeks Pat has become a sort of exhibit A in the allys co tnctlon of curiosities GRADES in MEXICAd ARMY American Woman Learned Something From Visit Paid Her by a Detachment of Vllllstas Some years ago a humorous story went the rounds of the newspapers about ft young lady who at a gather tog of the Spni and Daughters of the American Revolution held her head exceedingly high explaining her haughty demeanor on the ground that she was descended from a bona Ode private soldier the only private she was Convinced In the Revolutionary boats The following Inddent would seem to Indicate that the Mexicans whn are fighting today ares al Dost as well officered at thepatriot array of the young ladysl lively fancy An American woman now safe In the states writes that Qve soldados ol the Villlsta following one day rode In to her remote mountain camp They werevery decent fellows tuJ made no threats still In tbo abjsonce of her husband It seemed only wise to give them plenty of food and drink Also to yield gratefully to the request ofon of the number who said he was the captain for the Ipan of a blanket Pretty soon second warrior Inti mated that he too cpuld use a blanket to advantage In his campaigning add ing that be too was captain When a bird made the same request also an nouncing his rank as that of captain their hostess paused In hor distribu Lion of blankets Tell me she rijulro4 pplltely tl this entire detachment composed of captalnsr JOh no lenpra replied the who had first spoken tfJI am Co Primero this Is Captain pegum that it Captain Tercero TiIr dicatlng the two rcaialnln private soldiers1 And at this tho admlri cording to her own ac gave a blanket to r high privates Inj moved by sym lug captained even third them as Youth IrI 1 JAPS KNOW NO PROFANITY Their Language Contains No Swear CornI fr ITire Jap Is always polite but once In a while he slips from gracerrand when ho does bo is up against iItj for there are no swearwords in the Japanese language says a writer In Leslies Weekly When a Japanese meets you he bows three times and takes off his hat but dois not shako hands When he greets you his first Concern is about your ancestors and next about four stomach Jt woulqbe almost an open Insult for one Japanese to meet mother without asking him how his stomach fare On the third bow he asks This morning how Is It wltJa your honorable inside As you como up on your third bow you answer to the effect that the place mentioned is doing as well as could be expected and in turn ask him what news he has from the front Then be lifts his hat again and says Your delightful head this morning I hope It have no commotion When you tell him that you are pleased to report that It feels well this morning he asks nb6ut a few generations of honorable ancoa tors qhd then you are free to take up the wathorrEven though they are elaborate polite once hfV while one Japanese will get gild at another Their angei kindles slowly atflret finally fane ugI ButIj IIharder and harder until it tlirows aside all restrain raid gives up allI Idea ot decency by putting into one phrase all his bitterness and snapping squarely Into the other mans aston Ifihed face the worst thing that cjin be said in the whole language Your ntomach Is not on straight This la the final insult nothing more can t addedhe has cast the glove There lo nothing left for him to do but o give his enemy a cutting look furnjan his heel and haughtily clapclapsaway on his wooden shoes L Codfish Market Swamped A big Inrush of codfisH along the northern and eastern coasts during the latter part of June caused a salt famine ln the Ancient Colony Thf salt used by tho Newfoundland fiche folk for curing their catch Is obtairic from Trapanl in SicHy ind Cadiz Spain Practically all the salt in tto island has been absorbed and It t claimed that about 15000 tons nr re could be advantageously used If it were available At least this q nItlty 4nd Probably more has ordered and should arrive during the next month but much of it will 1AI to hand too late to be of any rer tcrv tee This shortage of salt Is Wjty to rIaffect the banking fleet also whlcH has had exceptional good fortune iu its earlier vpyag ss this year The average price off cod paid last year uid the year before both In New foundland and Nova Scotia was about J050 per quintal but wiUmforeIgn markets as they are at preaenJL It is fioped that at least another twenty five cents per quintal may bo ob talned The fact that fish of late are so plentiful fs Inducing industry and also stimulating smaller operators to prosecute tho shorn fishery more et- len lvety Madams SanaGene In spite of aft the nursing and mourning In the city Paris still n = thins a touch of gayety It Is related Idsolemn folks laugh appeared the oth er day as counsel for a woman charged with some not too grave mis demeanor She was only a washer woman she Will elderly and plainI and tho court was dlstJiMly bored Gentlemen the lawyer exclaimed suddenly addressing the bench gen liftmen ypu cannot find my client guilty And why noUasked the presld Ing magistrate somewhat sharply Because came the smooth J she washes for General 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