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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f i T S TA8LIStIED AiVfIO tiMJNl83c 4 Xt = I i x p Royalty if W Thomas Royalty rwost Ie If bleldY died very sud itniy last Friday Sue was asjj sisting In placing somePKroce r i iaI on the sbelvei attheRoyaltyI tf store at Stringtown aap t t ti parer tly in hr usaal h ttbltt when she unexpectedly sankuto the floor It was just about i I noon and her mother wUp tiaft been at the store bad gone to p5 the house to get dint rSheJ qwas called to bring some water bat before ahe re hEdthe spot p Mrs Royalty had passed away t She was held in high esteem by S all who knew her and her un expected death was a great 1 shock tp her friends The funpr iil wa ccndadted by Rev VD ct f Moor d the interment was in i l ff4tIU Shawnee Iun cemetery She Is survived by her uslLodJ Harrodsburg Herald t y QOlCR CHANGES OF LEVEL 2Eastern W ihlngteh That 1 fCiMe Trouble to the Resident Aling ItiBorderai i A subscriber who was interested ill the Companio8ccouEof a lake II in Italy 1nse and falls in a sin v gukr and unexplained way has sent i UI omeequally itrange facts about t a 1e in e itWashington Thue town of Kahlofua is built on theJ shores of the lake and since it witho Once nearly submerged by one of thet 1 lakes sudden changes in level a dike ten or twelve feet high has been built l to protect the housedzgainst acother catastrophe j The lake is normally a quarter of l a mile wide and a mile and a half t long but at times the water falls so t jfarthat the lake is hardly 150 yards wide The fall is always sudden J t t and to is the rise that eventually fol lows Only one small stream enter the lake and there is no visible out Jet but the water is always fresht Whef the railway was built through 4l jKablohi8 the workmen tried to carry t JlJie n ckB acroS8thrlake onianem 7 I 4 nsnkraent was swall lowecjup almost as fast as it was i c pourqdln A ditch was then dug to i l carry off the water through a tumidsl inta nearby canyon Half way through the tulnel the water found a crevice and disappeared into the Jr earth Where it comes to the surface 4 igairiflp one knows I Our correspondent adds that on a I If jt z ranch1 near the town ofahlotus I there isa deep well the water of m which at intervals of about twoi1 i weeks rushes up geyserlike to a j height of several feet Move the erouncl Youths Companion i j Not Always What They Seema r k7pnr said a British officer tahlI eliTtrMrvant aoniethlng tells me that I shall never come back alIveI Ir1 I eell to havo a presentiment that 0 rwVtThem take no heed of It air re 4 goaded the servant Them presentl Hts Is fraud A cousin of mine t Juid once and It treated him very 7tIt WM jut like the one thats trMlJ7ou now sir He felt surell S f i FS4be killed out In Egypt so r Tji5iiW qv6ijpa between Jila awdet cWt wSlS bosom chum and went t iit to be shot But never a scratch 4 didhiget Lnd what kUpened vjietf he re UrMd horn DJ they give him back i aoMlr1i J Neta been and t fMIGtyd and e 4Y4Mt pqIng with the J iiliiey r r l tem and His IncandeacentiatteeoWlBC to a trlend Thomas A t ItltHB te of the opinion that It was issW that flrstrturn d him toward In JItIrthe1a aidescent Utht reports happenedttt Tkat was of course In the early 4 i4 Jays aa4 Mr Edison was then quite I t Ue fBTsator that one reads of poor 1j eatkuslMtlc ne er sleeping Hellvet iii IAU tense Innocent of anything 1 iMCiklar a laboratory scientlflc ttf tovtaM were la every room and all tlM mader weat lor experiments TkMi ate day came the crisis in the IfII rf the collector for the gas com fay Be had been In the bouse it CtM but fcdlKB hardly heeding his awayiytnCJF 7J roi tkis last call the collsctorfs 4n L bretiais were peremptory He must 6 I aM wihi AwlDkr ea OmMerable Intwreit has prv vel I it IB Ea TBi fer some Ume orei p 1M giIoa ef uslfg tubber for 3 sifiit KTeemits Trial sections of p vtMh MKfftelatt wre laid In the old KepMf LeHOB some time ago M this street flurries part of the heaT hat triJ ottHcUr and recently a I ia ff this paeent TM ex J fljILfjf t JjoiniIgigJ 1IIiIL Wt tR mdOl I um goef w i w J x 1Ifl 1aIiIa S u tr thist ss11b at ID v + rii i J T 1 I IT I- TTITlE NI31JS= LEADEkVlJ J IoIPEIwk7uvMoraxr J Jddle W H Pied of the Jef- ferircuitcpurt and with all the other circuit Judges there backing him has gwen an raIJalsobeueflt the attorneys of the whole sttatifj1ey heed the Isug esionis and 1iwill be thrice encticial to all ts It will do much to prevent jthei orther growth of popular sus pcion and criiicisn of theJlegal profesSion and allay pjppular discontent with certain costly delays in 1headminstraJon of justice The best part of the opinion declares it is unfair to chargfe to itli anta the clerks Qjsts when the attorney sjvlJoJ- Iv repusible for them The Judge l teclared that he would not hestitate to force the at torneys instead of their clients to ply costsmade needlessly Tne practice more or lejs time honored Is vicious in several particulars tlfe court said as council in making motinnsjind1 then failing to supportthem ihougbtlessly impo ei either up on bis own client or the opposing litigant entirely useless costs without accomplishing anytnlhp tbe sing litigant always having to pay the costs or that counsel thoughtlessly Qr designedJ ly delays the u timate decision f the cash unnecessarily or thoughtlessly impcses upon the Judge whoS time might be given to weightier matters the performance of unnecessary labor or counsel do themselves a a wrong in failing to defferentjate bet veen legal right ai d moral duty and finally contribute the growth of suspicion and ditoI content on tbe part of the general public Oweusboro Mes seDge Eastern Farmers Need Men Farmers and market gardbners- n New York and nearby states are suffering an unprecedented ge of laborers says Johi S Dillon state commissioner uf roods and markets Authorities say there has never been such a demand for help and so limited a supply Unless laborers can be found speedily thousands of aciesof tillable farm land will be sown in grass and prices of vegetables and farm pre ducts will advance Employment agencies are be sieged oy farmers and gardeners with requests for workers at 251 to S30it month with board und lodging free Only one man can be supplied whel dtena ue de manded and mOlt ol these ar in experienced 1R L Clements Springfield- R R2 has for salal good station Price right Famous Rides Cal Geo A Dodds ride of Qfty flve raises in seventeen hours after the outlaw Villa recalls soooe of the famous rides of his tory Tbe Colo elswild gallop was made underthe mst oner ous coudiiions He is 63 vears old tile country over which he passed is exceed ingly bad and he probably rode but one horse making bis feat a noble one in war records Tristan S CoHket 4nd Harrj sonJ Caner othiladelphii l1old tItie ribboTor 0 smart bif riding inI time of peace They rode frcm New York to Philadelphia the distance cover ed being ninetyinine miles in the unprecedented Umi of six hours and titytwominutea- 4r CollKet stated that th y used four rnouuts on the trip and thaineitherborsp rtoV horsemuS got yrytired They gallopl all tbe ltvay said he yxcept when passing through the towns JkWben Ds fed what is the lest type of hijrse fooa long fide he ca d ibut aj thoroughbred hunter excels all others Buffalo Bill Cody holds the record for the longest ride of which there is authenio rec rd lie Afls one of that gallant hndof foUrscoruPons Express riders ihth sixties On Ole oc casion young Codh didnt become Buffalo Brll until some years aftthardrole without reit for 322 miles When the Pony Epresswis- tarted for the purpose of carry ing mail from Stx Joseph Mo tp Sacramento qtrhf adstance jf 196G miles itwas planned tbat each rider should cover aev- rtyfive miles in a bay on three Jifferent barr eg It was soon found tnat t enty five miles was too much for the horses fora regular unbrok onjgalopx and the distancevasI reduced t6 from ten to twelve miles For thai distance every iorse was pushtd tu bis limit The shortest Time jri which the entire distance of 1900 miles was covered by Pon Express riders was m de in March 1801 They carried Lincolus inaugural address to toe Golden jbtato in aven days and seventeen hours an AVerage of over ten and one utilE miles an hour A rider named HailVm dashed off 120 niles lin eight hours and ten minutes Another Pony Ex prtss man covered one tenmile stretch in thirtyone minutes which is bettor than most of the RockyjMouniain railtoad limiied trains can do Thenethi t Fort Sumpur had oeenVflrea upon war flushed frcm 6t Joe Itf Sacramento in eight clays and fourteen hours Jim Moore once rode 28C miles at ah average speed of eighteen = = I = rNotico s Overland To FAMOUS m PUbliCli JJ- THE Are Forale at the SPRINGFIELD GARARGE I 595IIIyerland Six Roadster model rg6FiVr 1135 675 i Ii model 84 8 I Touring Roadster car1125IIAll these models are l ing and lighting system Ohio Come and see the I1Toledo 695 OVERLAND h 1 display aftthe Springfield Garage dppo Do all kinds of AulbaRepairing and carry a full line of accessories oils igasoline STEAM VULCANIZING AUTOS FOR fllRE F1ioe 13ii2iiR for Trouble fr 1 t SPRINGFJELD GARAGE FWBA mE i1i- l I i I miles an hour the best that coullhIhIhorsellwere f uud thev made Iroten to twielvfe wiles Tobacco Shortage Means Higher Prices viug to a shprtaga of more than JCOOOOOOO1 ppunds in the last crop of Bualny ttobacco a bfg shortage in tie bright crop of the eastand w Hi the prospect of a still greater Shortage there intljegrowing crop and considering tho facj that foreign countries because of the war have ben forced to cut out to bacco tobacco grpwers in ttiii part of thin co led to ex UJtyarj prices for their crops of 1 sea or- iLseemsa inqsGopporrurie time forl the growers df hurley tobrpct to increase the demand for their products not by cutting Qutoi reducing tbe cro but by mak- inga fine one aILta big one and being abeto suPpJy the demand in the fereian countries where the war has caused the tobacco crops 10 be cut out Pile tob iccoj planters have taken notice of flue change for a boost in prices and many of them are preparing to grow large enoqghandgoud enough crops tp meet the demand Planters who are aware ofr the shortage of the last crop and of the great dewails of the foreiitn countrips yhich probably will be Willing tO py gr at prices fortirst grade iftuff ah advised tp grow croi 3 a lavfie us they can handle Reports fron4 some giwi IS say that an inSit known as ttlack deurbeun wrecking destruction on lieir crop This report romeS foin mil1a few however and ihtint to be feared generally All planters i re jubilant over the prospect oBa good yield and are planning to jet out fulhcrpp The weather nditionis at this time are favon le for the work iiudlhii too iij ciiusti for much speculation orirj how gobd the prices for the itlstLi15 ear wilibe jl Wednesday i afternoon Mrs Wilev Royuly who Hvps two miles from CaftlwelJ Jesiring a supply uf groceries from tin store lit that ace locked her two child renitied fourvaud six years in the liiiie and walked to the orelJHolalt beiuy some disUncerom ibo housa at worlc After obtaining the sup plbs and arriyitig home atrain shin vas almot overcome whou inr sight of thlel lhouse Io ffhdit ettveloped in tunes and the rOOr almost res fly fo JuJJ IlL jJa iiig as bus shpuld shei unlocked the doorofjtlo room in which the children vfei and aund that alIhadsuuglit refuge by raY linl under a tcJ In the room On calling them the ltots groped their way otb3ir nother and she Hurried tosafety with them jist as the root tolUpsed The house aid contents were aitotil r bs with no arid in addition Mr JqE1ura9el a con siderable and lard ind a bujy anti harness ihit wero in aj shed near the houst thfat al4 L urlled Neighbor have contilihuted lops and Mr MerrItt ille who owns a av tailJ wil Ciit them snip lum L8I without co t to repiuiee Mr ioyaltvs hcjujsp 4aiijrrodsburg Herald j Notice To Creditors II 7All pewos knowing them elvesI indebted djto the e iste of W Carrie will com IurVardl md setti al nce Aso allt IsrJns havig claims 0tnEt- sLid t estate will present same properly proven on Or before Juuelot lJlG J1 T Tbompson Admr fMonroe CRcfl Springfield IL R 2 has fofflsarea flrstclass 7 moths old led shorthorn bull ieap It sojtI onc9 A tOktA7or as Cllks Tli Kti Yi Bait Ai Mt btfM Bshe8Ipefitt Qt 12i I DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION HelJl Last Saturday To Send Delegates to Lexing c ton The Democrats or Washington County aseembled at the Court House last Saturday pursuant to the call of the State Executive CommitteeMr Haydon the County Chairman called the convention to orderfand M Grundyras elected Chairmrn of the Conven don and S P Thompson Secre tarV The following resolution wa then read and carried ui animpusly Beitiesolved by the Denio crats of Washington Count Kentucky in convention aaaem bed at the Court House ii Springfield Ky on Saturday May 20th 1916 pursuant tip cat uf the State Executive Gomxniir tee First i hat we approve of talc caHforaid convention to send delegates the StateConventiPuI at Lexington May 24th 1916 Second Ve unqqaliGedly in dorse the wise h arlesI and patriotic administration of our great President Woodrbjv Wilson which has faithfully carried out every patform pledge made by the party four yearb ago in him tne Jjsmpcratc party has u stroiigl an1 cnu agcous leader undthe country a wise conser vative Lieudrl while striving to maintain pence bte relations with all nailer luatthe sam time insisis upju the rights of every Americm citizen being re spected und pi ejected in every part pif the worlo And in this inoH critical time ot war and bloodshed he has proven him self equal to every emergency and has maintained both there spedt and peace of tho nation Third In HonA 0 Stanley the people ol the State have an able dud faithful Governor and we especially iuaorae hisacaon 2nd the action of Bon J R Durham and all loyal Democratic Senators and Representatives in successfully carrying out the pledges wade to the people oft 10 State of Kentucky as outlined in the StateiDempcratic platform upon which they were elected Fuurlh We heartily approve ami commend the course pursutd by Our Democratic Senators Hon OHieM L James and Hon J OW Ueckhatn und the action of our sUe und vfBcioati Congressman Hon B Johnson in their loytl support of thin policies of tbe National Administration Fifth We heartily indorse the Hon Ben Johnson the Demo- cratici Candidate in this district for reelecton Sixth The following are here by named as delegates to the State Convention to be lipid ai Lpxinglon Ky on Wednesday May 24ih 19iO immel- yrM Cecil H M Grundy Joe Biandford J S Osbourne 111 K CuVtsitiKbr S P Thorns son B B Leachman M G Luachmau JO poiiqJ R Durham G L Haydon J W GprdVn C 0 Durham Law rence Walker Ellis Steele Geo iW Powell J B Peters W L Graham T H Royalty Geo Bo wenj Edgar Seay Robert- Tboinpsqp EjSmothers Dr W W Hyatt J J Sharp J Y M yes P S Berber Dr J N Shehan Jas Grige6y1J Q Goode Jack Cccanouyber Pi Goode T U Campbell FJNee C L Haydon Walter Leachman Watbeu Simms I JS Thariqan WO McChord Ben P Sinims C F Bosley Evan HagainVJ S al1keyT K Smhh Joe WycoffH R Eddie man Hi L bmhihfT Scatfc Mayes J R Nbe Joe Phu L 0 McCarty Robert Noe R E K llJobn A Polin John F Simmp J R Mayes HE Case W E tJlementa l WWBsyST- Rthni1Ion1 if 4uberry Dr SP Hamiltoneo Edeen Ed Britvdqt Geo Bodine JiDrSr Y nee W B Rudd H Bj McElroyJChaa Greentr 8 M Cecil And they ara hereby Instruct eEl to cast the vote pi Washing ton Qonnty for the aOA o Stanley for temporary Chair man of the said State Convention and for the Hon Cbas Hardin as Chairman off the Democratic Sato Central and Executrv Committees and for the Hon Ollie M James Hon J 4C W Beckham Bon A 0 Stanley and Hon T Scott Mayes for Delegates from the State atlarge to the Democratic National Con jrention to be heldat St Louis Moonthe 14th dayIf June 166 and for the SonaS Mc Elroy as District Ddegate from the Fourth Congressional Ibis rct tothe Nationai Convention to be held at St Louis Mo cin the day of 1916 for the purpose of nominating Dem ocrat i Candidates for Presiden and Vi ePres dent Seventh And for B B Leach man for member of the State Executive Committee for the Fourth Congressional District of the Stile oft Kentucky Eighth The Delegates herein TaamBdothe State Democrat Convention to be held at L xinj on Ky on May 24th 1916are Instruc ed to fcas the vi teoi Vashirgtph County in sad Con vention fur a resolution in structing the delegates to the SI Louis Democratic Convention to cast the vote of the S ate ol Kentucky1 for Hon Woodrow Wilson fortbe Democratic pom inatiun for President of tin United States and upon nIl other questions said delegate to said state Convention ire in aiructefl t to cast the vote ol Washi g oo County as a unit and as at majority of the dole gates present may direct H dLucSto7 Carl Musser has a Ihard luck story He started for Louisvilli Friday evening to see Vhe Derla iiext w eUv and ok the traIn that was jdlted in a bead6n co1 lis ion at Kenny Station two miles south pf Paris when tb two trains due tj piss there tried to pass on the same track He wasnt hurt but was shaken up some and llost a little of hi nerve Then at the Derby hp was fjiven a straight tip by Martin Doyle on George 9mith and bet CI The ticket called for 1080 George won alright but waen earl went to cash his ticket he found some gentleman with light fingers and deft touch had lifted the ticket from his ot pockbt and left Carl nothing tc show fur his bet As a finishing touch he missed his train and bad to come home by utom bile going mpny miles out of his way in Shelby COunty to get around bridges that were being rebuilt and not getting home until Sun day morning But it was a grent Derby and worth the price Cyutbian1Democrat Why Wilson Because be is the greatest leader of Democracy since An drew Jackson f Because he i the most popular Democrat in the fcounjryv as an evidence of which there iis no p position to his renominitinni Because e he i ian executive who d ei things Because he has given the country a banking system which prevents a panic and prevents any bank from failing that is solvent Because the country IB more prosperous under his adcainijstra lion than ever before Because he has kept the Unit ed States out Of war and is this great peacePresident rBecause he is the greati ft diplomat who ever sat in the White House fording GermaCrpL to agree to his ultimatum in regard to submarine warfare Because he is honest and cap able Because he is not allowed the money power to control and die late to the business pf the cQuntry Because he has ben fait and just in dealing with all the great problemsof the day Because be has had more quep tions to hettlo than any other President and because lie has settled isH of them rlgbtEaza kiethtOwnNewsafl w p I Russian Count and Escaped Political Exile From Siberia to Tell of His 7 1Forthcoming 4Jv iiI1 i 10 101ALEXAXDKU M1 LOCHWITZSKY he was torn away from kfe irifc MILL D fomea to the Chautauqua children whom be never MM rIM I plalfocui with wre of the most dntmat seen JfIc interesting and instructive lectures He was sent to Siberia a aexile For fourteen JOtltM bi WMJ1 ever Usteril to by anAnaerican audi jfl Isiitary confinement aa tbrn 4or fMr enceE erJ part or his ecture akept at haM JMr tb i bnsd on Personal experIeneeand first Weak Island of SoghH 1lhyband Infuyinatlou top aPtHt rnn Russian iid and reared In the UnItd States efe l w the lap of luxury his beafT vrenT out naturallrcd American rlthua t o the uneducated people of his native In hi thrilling llfe story kc ake IiIellbIoit the czar and for this and thl alOne Siberia J Lets All Pull Together The following pertinent lelter hits the nail square on tbe heal and is applicable to Springfield as well lis many other towjS in the Commonwealth Mr MayCeld Booster Your business men arj more or less supijious of one another When you get to be suspicious ofjeveryone you are rapidly be coming a pessimist A closer io operatioii of the busioe d men and ja freer exchange ol fJeas between the men in each ra pectiyeline would be the m3st oen Jhial thing you can do WeaW told that very few men Inour city are ranking as much money oa they should Nodody butoursejves Be broadminded Haye cpi filence in one another by all meaukdo not betray that onfideuce bktOll the truth Our clothing mdnufauturers tell us that theyVve selling prac tically nothing in our hcrts merchants These plants are tile very life of this town and i is the duty of every Citizen ai dI aliitleple manufacture from them Los of traveling men andstockbold ers in thOse concerns say tfis is the reasonthey buy most of their sJuff ou of towr- ANYONE WHO DOES NOT PAlRpNlZEOME INDUSTRIES IN SO FAR AS BEGAN NOT WORTH Y Ob A COM MU IPY PATRONAGE Wa ar drying our bestose- cure tfdditional manufacturing plants Oan we say to these people Look how we boost the pJisWebave t IE eoy dO Jr you SaY9 enriches you ihat much and every dlI r you spend is gone forevdr It is the same with Mayfield And Grayes county Every dollar you upend with our match anti tud manufacturers enriches your city and county and every dollar you sent J out pf this county for stuff impoverishes the ecwiityto- a certain extent Be far sighted and do not take advantage of jho little thipft to day that w ill work a Wrdihlp in the injure Small towns knoe mttrchinl that make money Large towns boost their mdneymakera Nq town can be prosperous artt iaksIi t 4Bed one of the finest schooll aye tems in the district fedtral building new railway static iiIciy tgood roads in county part factories employing pch labor and numerous other indastriti a 4ujiectric lights pare wateran4a- tvbto J QYIro fact but be iiiM tjaud growethas a municipal and manufacturing center can IM traced to men who coop raUd c and gave it some of their and attention 11ff r By cooperation we eaq fa4n if other industries indutrJM liit ftrwill employ labor and BtlliM products that are now WMt4i secure beLter freIght atei eiyi i and muncipii improv nemlt a jjf- closer and frieD dIe rfM1i1lft W tween citizens of county sal cMr Jr 4and diversification ot lcr1ps None of these are impoetbts if wa puh1bardand1onaaket gether so why not malitIta cocperfltidn permanent iBatf a4 spasmodic And again how sa 1oi1 t Jmerchants know boW i f coats you to open your tosS itue public each day 11 4ti necessity that you know whitf pf you are making money or leak before it is too liLa te racpfti You ought to know UM Altf burden your rtmt water lIag InSurance fclerklkirt ooi of de livery etc pliiewi jottf beev Incas Wor yotfiMtt MtMd a j cent proXw it i ktrJ ppgbibte nor iapractieJOIIf- I5ccrJ3rUl WJ04I bw Md help you 1- 1yhauyorW4bIsbSa optimist study t yc bs p9fUe ties and 0111 rMas Ihfc tt j wilt mj8i maeh l yoa Ila AM future Thiffk how your par ticular UN oY baaiowa cash 4 b aId aed alt 011 S aore bsryssdOcuOI shibto- hiclpj osrir tees tOyiimdWS 1qii thoaia wry ay Y cee nl ItY jg COUfl7 Do not bStS Q ik otIr sicr Mtry Vald Yours IrulyhaY fold QraH County Comnitr icialClub j c rlt DSIfADLU PlNGF1ELD KY VUXDV1RYTZU8DLY JAMCSt MtISEPWPOL1N k JMikotiiand Publishers E t rd at the Springfield Ky Post oMra oondclaia mail matter = rriI zIfe nute from he papers that tie Pieiqeut ol the United itii fill pit Hofafilve- ptiBmber v 4thwben the aocalt ed Lincoln rK will be dedicated lo the Goyernrcemt While we coagiptalate cur neighbor in the I fftctttiac lUe President will pay them a visitt yet It iis to ba re hij blrthJWashingtmlGODB8fF fitterr ttIn lig B8lj fra perpetrated on the peo ple of the Uuiied States th Ufiiled States Congress should appoint a Commission to ascer tale the true birthplace of Lid oola It is claimed that Linsolu- IhCHigLthe J Waa ornIn Larue ccMBty Very true and true i is that be thought the marriagE r cofd ofhli pirents mstta also but the real goods are here iflfliiTbe tax record shoximr that Thomas Lincoln was a tax payer in 1811 I An evidence of t0w inconsiderate some peope are of the rights of other Was evidenced a the Opera House the night of Ithe High School Gommencemen wnen Iargecrowd had assem liled for the purpose of hearing 4 the exercises ad while prac ticaily till this crowd were en gaged in close attefltjon there were some persons who persisted in jadalxing in conversation ii sttch loud tones as to be disturb h Jngto those trying to hear Pet ple do not nave to attend suet gatherings but when they do tbey8hould behave properly Road Extravagance iI c f 4000000 for ood roads crln 2tstruction in Kentucky this y ar andnot ccent for mnteimuc This is Hhe worE Iin of fx t tra nlBuilding good rojds and letting them goto wreck and ruin without a proper systtm of keeping ten up is like buying a nhc L J Jersey cow and milking h lOD the ground instead of in a pail The State is going on the idee toatif it helps the counties to build good roads that tLeciun itles ehonld certainly have pride enough to k ep them ojd Th s system did not work fifty years ago under the ojd btate road system All of these old roads with one excepli u went abo luiely to ruin and be arne alkost 1 impassable because the law fvbich provided for maintenance Take for inuiame the Louisville Nashville turnpike tbrcu h Hardm county one cf these old StatQ io dThIa road costs 10000 a mileto construct Handa now it IB costing the stale ol Kentucky and Hardin county 100000 to put it back in good condition use peniLmuter anJ road construction In Haidin couoty to our owi knowledge SCO miles of turnpike Lave been builtin the Iqsttweutv years and outside of tue Dixie Highway there are not forty mt12s of good iwiipftte in ihf ounty the other 2fcO wiles hive gone to ruin Wieo a jnau bailds a hue i1oie to live in he does not allow the roof to lleak gotoand then let thtm go down until tbey arpno longer guild Hud Ujitil the ateAidjaw isamer ed to pr Vlde for aprac teal s s tm of mairitenauce tlu various counties of tne State where gobti r ttandinRinI are guilty Orltha worst form of exiravu gai Od when hey build turnpikes and let tlh m go down without adequate provision for keeping thiu up A stitch in time caves n neal dit costs less to repair tliuSIi to wait Until they become flery bad placed nEvery couuiy should get bU3Y through their Viscal Cuurts and workoutprauttca plan to keep up it e fOOdroaos teat they are build- jmg If this is not dUDealddone right they wilT be lasting the ji ptiI money and the 4000 quo which will be spent this year i Kwitucky it three years wilt b VMHlt iin a A loss to the WhenSSVfiuO4 rod flip 1nnedin Mj c1nt7 jit Audijld embracer t5JJlantokeepI- lways a CQc4 rcadjjzib- 4bown qeir5 I 7TElDDM tferay IFgcTJ9 persen We See Depends on What Mirror We Look Into and Nob All Are CompUmcntary MHere jsaid Mrs Spastick Is something that 1 have always said myself and now it is in the hewsp- aml Quo wlm U8U ms JFHS reSection in a mlrrorta Now thorn is a real optimist observed Swastick 1 have always want j haveooelooked at myself in a mirror during all these years of shaving and part lug my golden locks and trying on now hats and suits have had a sadwiat iui Uiii t t lM1ff- I i I f inever knew what I sighed forl All this tlmo I have been worrying about the forbidding scowl that haunts ay mm tfifougb no GonnlJ1lIlua- on my part about the scared look of my ears and tho TJlsteriah disposition of my topknot Now ft was not Apollolike beauty hat I craved it was only tho com forting knowledge that I didnt really look Hike my reflection in the glass One does edt look tho same In nfl mffrora Salo7 Mrs IvFasHSfc fiffllflft fully There are some glasses that make a person look beautiful I would like to think that they are somewhere near 11anywayWell said Swastick 1 never saw a mirror that flattered me as much as others knock mo There is a mir rut in the elevator that gives me a rather refined looli tutt molt of thorn nock mo in a very rude and Impolite manner caricature ms anClbur lesquo ru- eiJocr tills horrId immwb I should think that ladles dressing for a ball would all want to go ocrto tho ballroom to dress by the ballroom mirrors they could know exact ly how they wero going to look at the ballIt seems a shame for a woman to dress by her homo mirror o lyto find when she gets ta the ballroom that she 3ooks entirely different MDut contended Mrs Swastick lt teut how she will look to hor olf in the ballroom mirror that bothers her It is how she will look to tub rest of tho people at the ball But It a woman cant tell how she looks to other people by looking at herself In a ftlrror how fIs she ever colas to know It is very unsatisfactpry for a woman never to be able to know ex actly how she looks suppose it would be hotter know the Worst murmured Swastick WEST SUFFERS FROM JAR J Little Children Excite the Sympathy of Those Who Know the Sltua tlon In France Df ill those who suffer by We war none make a more immediate appeal to the sympathies than the little chit dren left alone in the world The Committea FrancoAmerican for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier has already done noble vork under the direction of Mrs Bliss wife of the secretary of the American embassy at Paris and Ir- A F Jaccaci the artistauthor whose On the Trail of Don Quix otf is well remembered Thetreas aver is Frederic R Coudert One hundred and twentyfive chil dren little ones like those who were rescued from the region of Bolfort have been saved from parts of Alsace recently conquered by French troops YprcR and otqer Flemish towna dev astated by months of artillery fire Shelter has been found for them in convents and institutions that are providing a roof but are so sadly im poverished that the children must go unfed unless food can be secured tthrough othew The little onps are livingon 15 cents a day CS7METICISM Ill never see the smoke pouring frohla steamers funnels that I dont think of the poor devils below shoveling coal into the furnacos remarked the sympathetic man Oh replied the giddy young thnglbut just think of the pic tnrqsque smudge it makes on the sky ljia I RY WAS NOT SYMPATHETIC Whimpering Urchin Was Distressed Because It Was His Banana Old Gentleman Slipped on Boohoo boohoo Some vine In distress thought the kindly lady Boohooj boohoo boohoooo f She hurrJed forward to the scene of the catastrophe and was Couched to find a little ad crying over the mis fortune of ad elderly gentleman who bad slipped on a banana and was still sItting on it collecting his scattered faculties together Good little boy she dxolalmed patting him on the backlIm glad rou feel sorry for the poor gentleman and didnt laugh when he fell down and hurt himself But you must try and dry your tears dear he Isnt badly hurt No he atnt boohooOo wuO luck replied the whimpering urchin vindictively I wish o was It was my banana he did It onlWcokI7 rlerpiSSoverepna and Therr fortunes Economy in advifced even anwwii cabinet ministers end law offltferB who are asked to diminish their De mands on the public pursa ffc what of tho monarchs sad thel Income We haveheard sometalng bf the dim fQttunewt9shisin all manner of buslnessee ho has sever been the richest mOD arch in heIpngedf sion come into tho Romanoff private ostato yielding about two millions a year Beyond that his Waiamounted to another two millions be sides many profitable investments xpensOlto000 a year to grand dukes and duchesses But when everything had Men taken Into account the czar re malned tha richest monarch In the world far ahead of tho Turkish sul tan with his minion and a half or our pellIindtjeatatw j VvsxfatuMt t atette r r tfI ill riReport of the Condition or tirer 1 j FIRST NATIONAL BANl 1 AlSprfeRfield iin fe mtl8f JI hltkyiilnthelk i oF business n May 1 1916 j i i RES6URCES r iJLoaus and Dteeourits except thoSQ shown on br24Od378 i Overdrafts U PiJ unsecured tt1 8 cfru1tion Ip a fVH1 1llJJ1tWOO i Securities other than U S bonds uut including stocks 1- owned unpledged p Subscription to stock pte aiReerfeB it ft00000 j t Less amount unpaid j 300000 q 1hotJ 1400 00 r value of bbanieinff nouso It UfleflCUflhIJerC1 j1lOOUI S Furniture and fixtures 2600 Reul estate owned other than hunting house 563SU 1t TNet amount due from Federal Reserve Hank 461728 NQt amuuntdue from approved raserve agents in New Vorlc lblC ago antitt Loiiis Jt31ti 311 f Net amount due from approved Deserved l agents in other reserve Clti65d n 597153 S990 Net aniountdue from bunks and bankers other than includ ed in lii or 11 rSS2 6 i Other checks or banks in the same city or town as rcpottiog baniS 38270 uutsidq checks and other cash isenis l723 S Fractional paper currency nickels mini cents 198Gf i2l6ST iSNotoa of other national bauks I 78000 8In anJettt At ljRb930 I ILegaijeader Notes 800 00 lielemption tutidwith bs Trcasdrer andduefrom U g i retLltJr r 2 500 00 + Il Q8OasLIABILITIES t I Capital Stock paid in r i t400Q 00 f Surnius fund 10000 IUnReserved for i 230G3 fLess current XRpnues ipLerqat and taxes paid 201979 p16084 I Circulating Note outstanding 1L r 4 EUOOOOO Netamount Pao banks and bankers other than npluJcftnez un in 29 oriOg5 l d gyuHi f Deposits subjectto check 1135195 i jjDemand deposits due in less than 30 days feOBGU deposits Items 3334100 ii Ali 38 39 and 10 L t13 JaOG tl j Time Deposits Certificate of deposit j U 5171903 J Total of tiip dejQsiS items 40 r41 and 42 7J9031 1 1To i 339508 03 STATE OF KE Tu d KYtts County of u mniyS5 and bplief J C McELROY Cash jr J tfS rit l viil W9r to AITEST I Jay of MayJVlft berJremetCORnE HENIIY B KEENE lL E FosrsnMGltUNYP Notary Public Difeorsi K i l4ai WAR BLOTTED OUT HUMOR Comic Papers of Europe Are Publlwi Ing Plctunea Which Have a Bestial Quality of War being founded as Goethe said p on hatredj necossarily tends to blot oiit humor This iis what those must f boar in mind who lament the coarsen ing and vulgarizing which have come over the comic papera of Englandt Is France and Qermuuy In theirB t llledlings with the great conflict lightc ness of touch disappears and all thnta ire get is a s riB of brutal strokes One feels it injPunch Its cancaoa lures of Empeiiqrr William seem vghacked out by the sword and Ileaf him litUe4human semblance Bimk hrlj in the German papcr1Tlk thehtartoons depicting French andngaUsh have a bestial quality At themn ne rather shudders than laugbo Their designers are evi etiy filled with rage and fear making the artin tic result terrible perhaps butreveit m Amusing This extinguishing by tthe war of goodnaturedraii1dir and ieallyG witty characterization and attackMj Qlong the peoples involved was iif- syitablc In a way it is a good sign it helps to understawd what war truly ieI Only when we become cal5 tons to its fearful aspects is it pos I utjjriolit4ti PirtiiTKSre has been nothing more pie turcsqun in the reports of African warj belatedIkum which is just inside tho border of northern Nigeria The German of score had repeatedly attempted to I take Tukum hut their native troopa refused again tb face the juju at that place A wbrkoramons native race i Mrids mo this word of e plankilo It Is no wonder he says that the Germans could not get their natfee- iito advance as there is nothing they are more terrified at than a juju t which in this instance means thai some powerful witch doctor had laid Ion the place drawing a ln1I j round It which must not he crossed r This line would be marked by pieces l of tusk or hair or something of that t kind The natives would be far morai afraid of facing tho Juju than they would be of death becauso to do tv would raise up against them timapir i it i Us of their ancestorsManchsstci5U- ugrdian fiGE1r lfj khdw one fellor who nevei c rnptians1 tIre weather Whoi iwlit neteoroIogieKaiis Oir mUtual Mcg tMayChraf Justice Atlshle of tiw suprftM court of idaho makes tho tollow1nV comment In Fall Crelr ShbpSpany vs Walton on the effect of a statute relating to trae passing hogsoThe man who drew the amendment made swine an oxeoption in the luwa iC trocqIaningclovenfooted quadruped of ancient noltorlqty gpefl foraging beyond the pro tecting caro of the swineherd he ath9nco loses his character as a domotIcl itnimai and becomes forao naturae subject to capture by anyone on whose promises ho may at any IndlacroOt mo mont find himself Of course the hogE doertt care pinch about his char acter he would ordinarily just as soont a be treated as a wild animal as to be rested as if ho had been domcsti rtcd for centuries His fate is genc riiv IIO1t Iho same nr y LEGALIZING iHEW ppIKlbK limlnent Lawyer Has MJjye the prsMlon Proper by HI jllse of In Courtrooms I Because Associate JusUoe Oliver Wendell Holmos bf the SIrjr smo court the United Jttatca i st tIm ex resslon the dinfond Idt kicked against this a great a la liftS ironS made of slang receiving r cogtiltlon from high Judicial authority Mr Justice Holmes the distl igi lahed sol ier json of Oliver Wen Holmes rcdognlzed as a purist n he uso of exprosstonin Beaton town a a stand rd The word kick has los 5 boen used s one of the expressly and plctur esquo ourIottotcd word the tan uage All the stan ar dIctionarIes define it To give nb w with the foot it Is frequently Ijard in ordi itry expressions To ijck up pnea eels to kick up a row or a fuss or rumpus kick the buc14ft t An inter al combustion engine ibksu a Gun n Its recoil ktas so d les the wheel or the rudder of a boat Shakespeare employs it in Hamlet Tgiat hs heels ay kick at hO vncnmson roducoa it in The Princess and no poet exercised greater precision in Ute selection of words Make all omen kick against their lords eorge Eliot finds use fqrt In Silas arner If Godfrey Uck d Literature overflows iIth the use of the word for general puraosos But it Was left for Sir Assodlate Justice Holmos to establish it in the highost our of the United StntH RUSKN HAD MADE BEVERAGE How Author Whom the WO ct Reveres Prepared Coffee for Ills Guest Ruskln not ofily preachqct the gospel of efficiency says the Youth a Compan ion but when the exlgencje of theoa caslbn demanded he prnctllted it also in her entertaining book lot ramliii sconces Thirteen Years f a Busy Womans Life Mrs Alec TweWIe save that her father Do tot llarloy a VoIVJcnown London phstcan was a roat friend of Ruskli s aml often btnid at Brantwopd Onl ibt ijuskla Doctor Harley wItJjort he liked oa or coffee befOre he tot Up A cup of tea he reiiLI Why doKft you chbq e coffee Well toftm the trutbil have lived much abroad that I di mt fancy TKK lish coffee It is gene all so badly made Hls host said nothii g The nut morning Doctor Harley vas awakoned and a strong smell of cp Ie permeated ho joom Turning to a seryant ho caked Is that my cup of jtea 1INo sir t Is Mr Ru kIts coiraoi Jlr Rusldnfl coffee Vhat do out oanITho master was upoarly Ho roast hocoffoo hlmselft io ground tim offee hhiselfaIid he intade thoffeHinijvy and he hopes ybu will like if Relics of Cliff jtwellers Recently aiscovory4 Was made oioet rangers of an inoxplored ruin of the ancient cliff i sellers in the Moea Verde park und subsequent elopments haveprovc that it is both xtonslvo and intcroUng A long lladdor was construct d and swung ver the faco of Ufo flat a height r 000 feet from the ottom ot tho roolUpliYtiw such as i usuall fopid in strut lar ruins The ranger Jnli brief ano rrsor exploration ot Uiq ruins found i tilain sight ten stpn ixea fourteen slIllhsl of woven baskets or p wooden slab ve inches wide two ye inbns loneInd onohalf inch thicl Curved he sides several oecis of yucca1 rope one piece splid with lilnew ono piece of woven iwofca flhcr antii nlt human JIL F T IUYPPJOTl YLUt POLWE While Old Thief Rldes Away With an Automobile Belonging to Police Inspector License Inspector H jladclift and- Assistant License Inspector Henry- Kutredge were bjpnotiyedl 1by a shin ing ee on a dMlVlt 2lSF at MJ etto avenue anti iTiird Street While they w spellbound by the eye an auto thief walked into Post Office stOIAIl Radcliffs car IFho eye bright and shining was enU graved on a star worn by D T Hoyt whOsaid ho had Just come to Miring apolis to conducti some icjidclnil llInvef tigatlons He had stopped soveral persons Radcllft said and asked thorn annoying quostiotriiwhen they decided te 1nioUgat Htjyti according to Radcllft could not fell who jcmployed him so he was charged witlTlmperspnating an Officer Then RadcJlt and all the night pollcg men searched for the automobile Minneapolis Journal Gifts of Wlnter IIB ff11Rff wlnt8F lMffR Uld ltIOld Year Margaret Woodward writes In the Countryside Magazine I am onferring upon them one of tho great est benefits Do not the wise obey of earth know that dlmato has much to do with culture that the degree to which a raco acquires civilization is dependent upon It Nowhore are the Flgops ol wintoF fait moro severely than in New England and mark you the men of intellectual and moral fiber rho have been bred in this climate Look at jtbo races who bask under a tropical sun where orange and banana groves grow luxuriantly and notice the indolence the oonsuality the lack of ambition which prevail It takes the wInter to tone up the moral arid intellectual as well as the physical nature of man One of your philosophers never uttered a truor worn than this Wherever snow falls there is usually civil freedom Winter should bring to a man a period of restfulness it should afford hint quiet hours In the library and opportunity or social in tercourse FOR LEFTHANDED PERSONS Michigan Jeveler Has Put Forward s Timepiece That Is a Trl umph of tim Art E P Foley a local Jeweler has made tho fabled iredporoboy Uat ptoot ic summons Backward turn backward 0 Time in your slight a Kale niazoo Mlchj correspondent of the New YorkSun writes He has acrira pushed this seemingly iniposslbv thing by the slmploi expedient of In venting a lefthanded watdh Instead of running from left to right as ii tho cape of tho ordinary timcpleco ilr Foeys watch sends its hands around from right to left TIic watch was made because one ot the Inventors daughters complained that the loft hanrluzl person has such a slim rtance in life machih ryj street car clours and even the hands of the clock weut toward the right hand as It to balk the person who happens to bo loft handed Just to meet the situation Foley do signed and built the leffhanded watch Other lefthanded persons ob serving the ease with which time la told on tho backward dials exprosfcci ftn interest and It has boon t9undtnecessary lostart n llttlo m Ing company to turn outlerthanllQdl watches and clocks A lefthanded wrist watch to be worn very prop erly 6n thc ltef wriat la the ext thlo to be turned out Giant of Stars Canopus the giant of the stellar system is according ton recent cA- lculation of W F A Ellison 49000 times as bright us the plii It Is 134 times as large as the sua in diameter 18000 times In surface ad 2420000 times in volume Its tllstauco from us according to lbs same estimate Is 4S9 light years Suppjoso says Mr Ellfson that Instead ot being at thljt enormous distance it wore placed in the center of the solar system in lieu of the sun It bald then occupy elghtyrflro hundrodths of the spare ly ing within the orbit of Venus and as Been from the earth would subtend an angle of about 70 degrees of arc Thus when Its lowejr limb was on our hori zon its upper would bo within 20 de grees of the zenith Needless to say no life could extonoerth with such 0 neighbor Straying Frm the Subject The busIness tic motherhood began the little bWi lady In the4 back seat j Tho presIdent of the womans club rapped loudly for order Delegates Mid she will floe their attention ttko bufililosa of the club Buy Junks Get famous nest One of tho meet btctorlc bells of the dlSOOVjlItwo Oakland Junk dealers RoBjnthnl and Lewis iHpthenbw whisttf I bAvo just arrlvwl from Sooth America l on tho steamer Cuzco Theyhavo beenI on ft buying trip In Peru and Chile forc two yours i The bell Is 35 years old and hungI In the cathedral of SArtAugustlno atILima for nvjre than two centuries In the revolution of 1895 rthe cathedral was wrecked and the boll diflappeared The two Oaklandpra bought theI debris of the cathedral and hfIc1vatIIng among tIre ruins found the hall IlIWas thought in Limn that It had been Btolpn twenty years before Peruvians wished tOo buy the bell but the new owners thougjitlt would be worth more lii this country andre fused to soil The relIc weighs 800 pounds and is of broriw with Inscrip tions IngoJdSau Francisco Chron ole Autb B eatatho Wink What did you think of the motor car race PauOl I didnt see It Yoju didnt so6 ItT Why I saw you a at the track YlsI was at the tbrack but i adsto wink Just at the wrong tolme andtwhin I got thru tho race was over Judge Seeklng knowlcdgo wish there was some way of knowing all about the prbnunclatlon s of the queer namea we encounter in the news Hero is a list showing how every one of thom is pronounced 4tYes But what I want to know is how you pronounce the way that thaf are pronoun r 1I tihn AMI Iii Isld mnishw 7no red boat Set tidy rd andhaiIrbstndthat riaer cryitalgloii pound humidor top tIat harps Ms tobacco in iuch tpltndta condition WU1ltoft N C Copyright 1916 by R 8 t When the Workers Quit To the ntimber of men under arms those Engaged in making war nitions except food and clothing though a great deal of war clothing i wasteful in that it is used up far fat er than It the wearers were in a civil occupation Economically considered all these men idle for they producing po wealth For Great Britain tlfeir number has been calculated at some thing like halt the total working popu lation The proportion is probably about the same for the other belliger ents except Russia where it 3s somewhat lowert something like half the gainfully employed population of the United States struck work sat down and their thumbs for two or three years being supported In idle ness by the government during that period Suppose there was some Uruction of real property by blowing up bridges throwing explosives into factories burning vt ages there was a very high casualty and mortality rate among tho Idlers Our economic position would then about like Europes Tho government would borrowing immense sums to sup port its millions of pensioners and our problem would to offset the drain as much as possible by levying on llabor that is not normally employed j productively the surplus llabor of women children tho aged andihehalt t aril by economizing poasth- ietiitturda Nnw I Aid to Dignity I didnt realize until this craze swept over the country and 00i togenarjana began to hop about on ballroom flopra that rheumatism and the IhatI TUoso two complaints havo pro vented a great many old ladles ant gentlemen from Jnakihg themselves ridiculous by trying to dance thotari Snd the latest trots t1gra edI j iavont seen Hammandhaw for a week No ho hasnt been out of the ioya I since his accident j I Tenements Improver Into the homes of the people llgtp f and air have penetrated and they haw acquired legal claims The first census taken under the new tenement house l1aw found 361000 dark and rooms In houses unfit to live of them without any windOWs nlrJeuI IThrIie still more than dotless rooms left in Greater York but they going Wb laet of them gone we shall be to fight tuberculosis and win dick halls have been lighted Ufe bleII the1 tenemeuts has been made ably endurable arid safe Not in the ton years since the llaw was passed has a human life been lost bj flra in any of the hundred and odd thousand houses for lack of moans escape or other faults in construction In the ten years preceding 1894 256 parsons perished in tenement house Ores not counting the firemen whe died in efforts to save them Jacok L his In Contuxy Magazine How Bullets iravoi That bullets neither whine bis howl hum nor whisper nqfeellata to the contrary n twltbsta dlpg is infer mation given by Xlr Edward C Cross man in Outing With ono possible ex septlon when in certain condition ott jpen country modern military bullets hisc to those standing back of the frIng linenothing Is audible except a harp crash of air closing around the bullets base when it travels at high At a velocity of 1600 toot econd or moro the noise is like nothing so much as a long and very violently cracked blacksnake whip Those who stand far enough from the rifle hoar the bullets crack anillater the dull thudding poise of the rifle it elf which hits been outspeeded Jack London makes a soldier hit at 600 yard tango first hear the sOund of the modern rifle and then feel the blow the bullet Cut the bullet would Lave killed him halta second before the nd from tho tide reached hf = 2 5T tIORACCO Is PREPARED At FORSMOKERS1JNDERTHEiN MAKINGEXERIMENTSO PRODUCE ThE HOST DE L1GLI1TULAJID WflOI- EtA Th PROCESS PATEI1- EEUEMDPEsMoK I JULX3oiIgo7II IiCo4jiyIiOE5NOTBflETHETUNG- UE1I1 I c Aputsneyrjoj into the Sport of ffloking 51 youvtoD 1 gf ft feel cid eno tg i tebut its fcer Mh = are jflHff net know the joy and contentment 0 faafriendly M jimmy pIpeorahand rolled i cigarette unless youtget on talkingterms with Prince Albert toltecol PA comes to you with a real reason for all the goodness and satisfaction it offers Jt is madeby a pOlnI 9 r9QQ tiff t rm8y bitet Qn PIfB htYU cannioke l acomebackpremiums We prefer to give qualiryll IcoUponsor affords the kepnest ripe and cigarette Menjoyrrientl And that flavor and fragrance anti coolness is as good as that sounds PA just answersThe universal demandI for ljokacco without bite parch or kitIntroduction to Prince Albert isnt any harder than to walk into the nearest place liat4 sells tobacco and ask forJa supply of P All You pay out a little change to be sure but its the cheer 1 ifullest investment you ever made tj RJNCEtALBERT i tltJReynolds Tobwo Ctw Salem J Reynoldf Tobaeea X tr rt hid mu are are Suppose twiddled de Suppose 4 bo so be j i all P4 An dancing INo1lbe are are new of of t Sf Can You Afford Any hut a Kerosene Enin JIAT present average prices for keroeneand gasoline Titan kerosene engines save their owners about ijc per horse power per ii hour over gasoline engines v tFigure it this way On an 8horse enginethe sav ing is SSc an hour 88c in a Iohour lay 88 nItdays of work Say that is all your engine does in a year SSIt would cost you 88 more than you need to fyloruQ an 8hQrse gasoline engine onp year Thatismpre than a third of the price of the engion Can you affordto v throw away 88 a year Can you ftlford even to think of 9 buying a gasoline engine when you can get aRlMithaf V 5 uses kerosene See the TItan dealer and talk this oyer rjH has some interesting figures to show you 1JJ1 International Harvester Company of Ajaeric i Jts fncoTPrI A ttlTitan kerwenftengineW are aoldiy 5 i r McClure SimmsI fa1r aji II A CALL TO HEAIXJUART S 1 I IIHuropcey Modernise your old Buggy or Autbmoblfa lathe tg 1 IU again in chorgc of any Paint depMJ tmi IILatestStyleofPahtti date FijsticJass work Why uotflir ftthe s l dGeuerali I HENRYHJUMKEY t Phone 2SOfI j LEBANON Kf f r f Iu ii7 a ROYAL jTi t j ilBAKINOPOWDCRAh1y t Mhmclptmly hmm mm aut J t F j c5 Many mixturt ar offtftd as f r substitutes for Royal No OHT i Jbaking powder is the msM composition or effectivftMMiM 50 wholesome nd ecoooaria1 nor will make such Jfls i Powdmr matto frooi i tRoyalB king if p Grape Cream of Tartar HP mm lime or acid ptootpfeateo F j HAMILTON S MUGrIELDJY O ffie YIn Croal StreetPhona Z3Oto83OAM i 7 0I JlOiiR 100 to 300 M r a fjfoJ C lUGD- Jf mi Surgeon 1 I4rC4p yerHaydon ug Store = IIHYATT CHKc over Spnngfluld State iftfnfc OfflcG Dwursl 1Q39 s Pt1 i2 1114 to 5 p Jm WF GBIGBY ATTORNEY A LAW OSoa orer People IjnkP- R1NGFIELU RYe DR W i TRU- SrYDENTIST r Office over Eaydcn i Barber Jf ntal workatreasonableprices1- 1wQrkA guaranteed rDORSEYDORSEY iLAWYERS sF4rIeIJ 11 10 years experience at Iouls- V1lle bar Special attention to collections and adjustments t SPECIAL TO WO EN- Tk ifiost economical cleansing and genslcidal of all antlsepUca Is AkIertoII Ja a medicinal anUsepUc for douchelIn treating catarrh l nlceratloa of nose thrsat and that cued by lemlnlno Uls ithas no equal For ten years the Lydia R Plnkham Medicine Cohoa recommended PaxUne ta ttitlr private correspondence with 4oIen Which proves Its superiority Won who have been cured say It k worth Its eIght Jn gold At irmlitii BOc large 13 or by mail De PaxtOn Toilet Co Boston Moss TREES gfeadftttPd Fut Trees Slraw berry lan a Grape Vines Shrubs yAaparapus Bbnbarb Hedgingetc Everytbiiig for Orchard Lawn and Garden Mi Agents free CatalogI H K flillenmejer 4 Son 1841 Lexington Ky 1916 BAD STOMACH TROUBLE Tidfe to BftlioionsiVinol Shreveport Larl had a tad atom ach trouble for years and became so weak I could hardly walk or do any work My appetite was poor my food 5 would not digest I bloated and was very I weak and nervous I tried many reme i dies without help I sawVinol adver tiied and tried it and now ray stomach trouble is cotlpletelycured and I am wellE L MARsHALLIVinol is guaranteed to tone up the tired overtaxed and weakened nerveS of th stomach pond create strength lmportantenUa3lah Ir uctry The prbducHon of wood pitch ant tar 14a highly ipportant industry the timber districts of Russia A large quantity of such substances Is not nlyJtfegLjfpr home consumption In RuiIa but istftso Tajportcil to for IC markets England alcnts takes svor 100000 barrels yearly f Russian 1tch and tar In normal l times pitch M exported chiefly to England from Arebancelwbere It Is one of tlio prjn clpaftjirtlcles of trade wHIle turpen tine Jtaa been shipped to Germany from ThaBa1tIc ports and pi1and- In rccentearS 8t es pocially nbVIstUIa sft qnanUtlea 4tch nd turpen no Live been distilled from tho stumps lnt after the clearance of woods this ha ing been In great demand in Germany imaccount of Its good quality and low price Up to the present time tho op crating methods employed in this In dusti lie been for the most part of a pritaitlvb character and carried ton in small establishments where the owner is at tho same time workman and salesman OIII Will Marry Qrlppled Soldiers A letter in the London flatly Malt conveys the information that bun ilrcds of English girls havo expressed their willingness to marry crippled British soldiers and to care for them t 11 tthIr ntrfbution to their countrys cause The offers came as the result of a published suggestion that plucky r girls mIght be of service so and aUi Lllt1FUilI Ill thY PTtheT Sf this wholesale matchmaking is that degree of pluck and patriotism teems sufficient to overcome maidenly tofirI marry but they cannot walkup to tLA Ant onelegged soldier they see and tell llB so Meetings are to be ar niCK by certain women of the Lon West end where these selfeacxl k1sCtlrlY will be introduced to the KM bardeJw they have agreed to a juSb3R o Of wrMHet oDel 4octerdal 8 to have dfacnr t 1 1ease r it ptibJk the zymfr 11 rJJi ll1- ir I M fcire R If they 4a IaITTTT mr s t n mlfiWriI V frOWN I iilJ auhUUiIiI uk4f n riW Local Happenings or nteres cJ The Freshest and Latest 33IJI t All About Yourself Friends nd qualnt8nCeII nnntrI7IIIIIJ1nnnnIaJ ft Ju l1lIll1IIU1lUt MUU uL nuL port hats at popular price Wathen Blanford F 1a Vhite L ghornefH S 15 fr Tacts Mrs Kecd SpaldinPhJUe37H 1For tobacco 1 NeilcirlIr IForjRentFur oins jjgbtfft and Jiate jf MnsYSaMio JSppprst Spaldifg Bros Springfled iR R lii has lorsid iit UJU3 iumber fThe ladiesyof the Uhnstiao Church willCgivft a nspbarry supper The date will be an nounced later pB D Clemehtr Sprinpfleld li K 2 has for sale tobacco sticks and lumber NlireI am prepared to do all kindsof concrete work at a reasonable price Tom B Phillips High Srnel Springfield Ky Make oUleJgs better by sel1 mg off your roosterswe will pay Be per pound fin them up tones Tuesday evening Washington Oounty Produce Co Daily services at the Preaby eriiQ church beg lln Monday evoningMny 29at8 p mj1ZCi- A JLHiggins of LouisvtUe con dtcting service Thepublic ate jordiallv invited IRev R E JXIaawson paster We have un order bra car load of roosters and will pay you 8c per pound for them Fri day Saturday Monday and Tuesday Washington County Produce Co Lost On the streets of Spring field or between SpringfieidautII nVedricktown a pocket Vimng15 and a few pennies binder will be rewarded by re jrning same to this office or t S B Nalley I All draers and strppers eggs are bcyijtbem off Wl Iont you make your hlssvfnI ght by selling off your roosters Ve will pay you 8c per fur them up until next Tuesday veninfj Washington County Pi oduce Co No 41 will be made daily ex cept Sunday arrive at 715 plO No 91 Sunday only leave Louisvijle 610 pm arrive a Springfield at a 45 pmINo 42 le ve Springfield al 55Ii 01 daily except Sunday five minutes earlier No 90 Suneav only leave Sprin liGid at 705 amt 5 min utes tarler The town Authorities have a large force of hands cleaning up tle reets sweeping off all pat tides of dirt preparatory to put tiog on the oil 4 The town flrit trifrd out the idea of putting oj on the stress two yearaiugo land were so well satisflert thai the citizens since that thqo have have been subscribing literally TOPICS II as MsAkaLfl1 tuu g Jj JIIf O4i1rt for that purpose t Oil ab tesI the dust nuisance and also wakes the street wear lozgi I L jCi Wanted A car toad of roost 4rjn lwill pay 8c jpec pound for ttiem must iiay lf9in by TUPS day Sell tooi while they ire high and inako your eggs belter = yagb inglon County Fifauce Jo Tljic work of rpijrins t eJ bCllcompchod u II ibenafitof tfifrdlerifl is a decdcdai- npifoveaiiput lJ andl muck neeaedi br tije Cleric during circuit 9- icdurt ai his records aTe oLIi- erI9eossrwl the traCL A ndv A iHiqgUiS been pldced ttru td l tliefiar so there is more room R- Ifr theaCtonys and poople in JnlIrl1v1tj8Xl tough the center of Cour House mattes much more avaflW ablese iiinjjcipaiity Poiineii ql ywhen entrance to Lre seils 01 from one side oaly it lgftalar t A par0f the seats oti thb North te sFde of the housli Unoocupied t Since makic g the aisle thesi pI rae the moit dlsirtble in the mast desirable intbuUdingU fe Card of Thank ink h- eitil fIJ k the pkple o- ft1taiidcounIyw1iocavj meti Jieir support in Air A 6 Kimt11 balls pbpuarlty contest Tl1 frH Ayor sliiu always be remcuit bered pI Mrs Brtha Leachman f t i ilDNotice fo TaxPayers ofotWashington County wi cc i1AMarhereby notified to call Rift Ot sottle at ouqa as Pll1 old tax mntsax be pdid Or vrtisetl and sold ockt yqiiieeeipL and if you lP- 1havieet t l JHldum i aitohtto niul Sdyia cost ofsale wJ jj II R Eddfoman S W CE Burglarsl Busy Again j Tho people of Springlieldl andIcommunity art considerable ex iof U d over the reijUlfir visits o wi Sfvjw urjrlar or tmrgliirs why arLeteng Ia ihe jfroUse bf some lai Ion every raw nfehla tit latosi se v1 tm was vlr JSimpspn Roberts its lOse house wi s ottered llist h ednQsdaynijirt Mr Rbert tb aoko during the night with a ei feeling tint thcre wavsoaiethftig si wrotit ln hs fJpo end fuiry Tl avutcini heard a scraen d orof tii j1roow dam Jbis awdtfe cil jothvMr and Sirs Roberts siujl dr nypinjj to approlifind tRe tli kmi lrR6bei tsian out twin hlif vrrd Lc in timo 10 sea tlm doparfcfireof O tVie olTeHder y the back VtSII The matter getiiugi to bey M annoy ing and eyeiypne is HII Lr xicus In learn thI iideality of tlipj w pjrson or persons respojisiblQ soim t mv the a maybem end of tho Pt suspense Ire ii Circuit Court Fr iceedingi liij i riio YAftiirur ri Circuit out tIs now in fj U rweeka V JI iI lSPltlNGFIElij ii 1Jfj f I t We dry clean twipe a week Tuesday and Friday Straw Hat Cleaned and Reblorkbd I yLEVI NICHOLS Pibpr I Phone 154 Mcxt Door to Clerks Office f- w c c I 18 Court B21 s The Gpoidr urv jmposeof the- len frtlloWinx 19 wi W Ji MilbelnFore tan fcen Clements Cleric lich rd Fpalding Sheriff iW B il11t11tJ D iifFi11orjai hmiham W JV ShevEJnfeicer fcsion Moore Tohriiruwey jI P Medlutr GO GrtfC4 air l C Harmon were empanelled t id s olnJjudge Thurman Jelvered to tern a strong forcibly chtfrio tiling particular utter Uonio ioe sections of the stljauto tf hichi especial atteTHicji is re lurdtoIicl w1mntion waS called to Uu fut utitergaint peisos s taking tut of tIierigbtoL w pf thet ads and fencing s jjwithleir tie ds He saidti iniist snces that had beenr sptwitlj that time since the j tlis have i fIl jfreed ilia beet out irther ou the right f jvay of re roads until a gre purlol IP riglitpf wy had b taken also called their a e lIion to jfactthiiibtiOldu m their opert wits deterjcm tea by ct that they damage tilei rO thell On Tuesday jflll tlm fci indl eitsvctre 1l1ed ant ispo dt tlie case of ihe Omin6n r ajth VS Richard K ing wss ufinued utitil the n t nnof- eurc vero tliMtj t tlit- rimmpn wealth l vsE lie ley III Proctor Meters rgeTin Court discn the lit jury until Fri iv of ndJt sejt in thtt meartim sjljiia court II btopi2r for irs Li m nK lUty busilcso Ir Schooll CommenlliemehtH rie CommenrenfGi jcx rcuiAi j UIQ Sprifiglleld 11 Uh SlJaol bUd ur tbe 01 prf Uotal4fI- nt night ju the pn eiIe of a InI er itlcm Long iluta ltlicr urof begiunimr evj nl se UHJ j iious 1 wnsllilei a and hy jilt oclo lc ovorjj nvsikb t ice ofjtsUuiding to i was fillmlf ie lei1rJ1rriedf 16 by ttuiir r sU 9J- Jcll I pprfCh led tiy hecid4 1 li j Ue AJiIlur ws KrtfnKorranj issUrutnbler Grie Gregory fj uta Eil ton uus Ormiur- Lrgie Wer fAtl pJ pJ dtl 11 cilo Noo and Vi l n Na lvjf SewctLkidortkl piano Oo Prof ills Uatloun Lo ru Ssun ra t gbTv i1j0Vei 1e ftLh Yt1I byGrve J itM ILJi iji PetlutioD ttiiii W ltarf- v rla M ilvoy beth lJo fl p JS G r Qugo V c unlSweeerl reeperIa sleeper for every day in the year L tus demonstn I lie I hlsI r marvelous wonder to yontat our store or In your homes I I IThis Headquarters f forIOIL STOVES r 1 i 1 iI iI THE BLUE BELLE j 7 iffi THE PERFECTION I r rii rrrI-t THE PURITAN r Standard makes Call at ourstOre and let us u the of these makes IIAll deleti 8 Bathe iIi iIIiI J 4I Jif L1 IwellI y Grand Opera of 11 Trovajtore welv can present the liii cuss musical mBnnlIJiln o- orcises Pro Colvm delivered rn address tj the audience undgavoj 1hiA parting wordi of advice to jtlui e who had h pnun er his jchur e for feo JojBg In hU ad dress as iu all uk addiessBs to his WHS plain to be coumencementI Is liutude forHhe iidfi those just le Dedication of Grotto Lourdes at St ofIIIIl 3n Sunday May 28 aiid beautiful prottd r franrloiltbeceremonits I The procession of pupis St- andtors Clergy wilt start froui tIe convelli c1Uel at j p in and march to the gro4Hero iwilltaite piace iha blesinK oi tllestat e rindsIijnci by the Glfapkin HvJ H SoErocdSr- O = P snd lh i crov inp of theI Blessed Virgin Mary by thjt jpupils c l Rturnirr it ihe chapel an dr MiJteredP after Vt mh Scrdo ion of 110 Htid it hjUlIH willl1d ton wervIbfhe csi tFr stead to friends tiid pits ron so lbtIusl1tUli lia cor iallnvid ln to attend hr she caremoirtcs 1I hoflipsoflThompstnM t Rev SL0 Coward offi fab d y diifidfiv at thin weddhg of- Mr Erastus Thompson and Mrs Minnie ftIll Thnmpsuri Thoi fromisastn of M r Robert iThotaoson anti the bride pr or tofarfirst marrH eii Mis S arjcw Liii first inusbttidrI Vho was n ffrum t ruti iLoyFarjjit ind Bradshaw 8radshaw r well antfMis week at RaGlenrs oflire by dulgoTtPl y lIre bride i iaLdiiugbier of Uttlate IRE Wayn The p irtiai Weir ujjirrieJ toWi tnch o Iir bsfowbutiwerodi mites Vprctd llun 77PiOjN2rJYowas Mw WIV Rirtiwsri lurla cd froiu a viMj to friends in thUMr Prank ElHiih of Fairfled els 1s vIsitig fr1eitJ here cit t f4 ocIu 3 c diy for Tiudiuiuti whore si e wilt hjH ndiho summer with lur sifter IisJuii Ru s ill iMr and Mrs A 0 Kimballl Mis Iihia AVaterVsRcnt the iliud tuf the Ixaulc in tioiflsviPe Mrs L N Sop r s visltin2Li friends liv fail inoi iMt Kimfcorlju1 of iexas ii vistin her d sughiter Mrs W 1 birnet IMI nnd irs f t Gabe Whartonbr Ifj IlUiQHluurordand Mrs Plank BlanfpAl put the week uijtl in LouisviU Mlss Tote trgory his r turned home after a visit to by I friends in Middiesbora- MF I niiiiKiilfifflipfiBr of inyule is Here for several daysou Prof Hfll win leave this wkIiy LrBjti1iitIIt 1111IUU 1 JI diandragrtt that Prot Hill will not topa btb Cainpbellsvlile Mrs R HJ Jelei 61 Bards f town is yisitn at the home off Mr TUNei1eVi 1 1Ri i11iIIII Mr W Wrr Leachniant1Yrweek Si SUMMER NOVELTIES I ttr- e constantly being added to our stocks and jIjs aJI1 8 I pleasure to have you see them t I LADIES WAISTS Styles Dresses Middy Blouses Neckwear I pairThej d 1 tlFull line Oxfords and Dancing Pumps 1 1Extrai 11 2 f Corduroy 7White t9x12 250 300 values A few Uadies Coat Suits for 10 Ii We have many other bargains to show you in and see NO TROUBLE TO GOODS The noberisonClay rooke CoIII- L 1uunt orated 1 iJWb III IL Mr Eirl Campbell is iIir4u isville tis weelt MM Johu Shaunt vaud chil n uf Oktahaina arc yisning r yallieSliaunty Mr C LUarlton aZ joyitifc alia dsd Uouvt here this tk WiIflt3 B Smith has re tuijmd fiom Loiijsvilie where undervyent an operation sjtucvrliut impioved t Mr aiid Mn T D Tapp alid and Mrs R A Npe spent e wektid w ri h Rev VA t Wolfe alI wife at Paris rForScilo tieslre to selll privatoy my m of 71 acrs JocaleU f miles Spt1ngildadjjiniug wn of M ikel l1 cki hand Morn ptace Farm is goodstrong and nas bn it a good five om dwell ngguod stooU bath watered both with veis- dSprings For farther in wation call on IAMSMITIL R R2 Young John Marshal make the season at my stables 6 from SpritfflcW on the Pleasant andBech Fork turnpike at 8 To Insure a Living Colt ung John Mars atiis 4years od ani sired by John Marsha and out of very fine JenneL Last season he served 10 mares and got 10 cqlts 6 of etnredsorrelsISeuson moneyde when fact is certained mare parted with or bred ac1thtsur Liln retained on all colts for paymen of service fee aW FENWICK Prince Peavine Wlilm ketheseasonof 1910 at my ables threu miles from Springfield on ncoIn Hun turnpike at 8 To a Colt prince Peavine is by Rex Peavine byRxUelle 6820 by Bourbon King l7ba rince Peavine has proven a good eeder Mammoth Clark and Sam t8To Insure A Living Colt Blonimolli ClarH ijrcui byClark ho Evans Spanish Giant he by John sons Jip Giant lit data by l itseya UlackMiuwk he by Gov Wood DOll yBf f9led AT8t 3l8t 1910 by M Cecils Jack ie by Ctof k a Jennet by aamson The dam this Jack was by Big alack and he GOv WoodoutofJennet by Gray iIIiJ r UJ HG1 MUIIIIIII 1 1 e best mule jacks id Marion county Lien retained On alt colts to secure of service fee Care taken prevent accidents but responsible ould anyoccur RS Mudd Monroe Ctjoil Spilngti IdE 2 UaiiOlJa unrbi USs7 bulljllIjviiiiI Cheap if sold at once t Newest Things iin Jf 1 CREPE DE CHENE 250 350 and 500 Each Smart in Ladies white Wash Waists The correct styles in ready made Silk Good things in from Octo1O- New line of the verj latest Ladies f whites Tennis Shoes Matting Rugs Spring 75Osind Come SHOW HERE cwi Insure Living ParrotjJA Aft Jttff Postsil Brings i Thisl3ook Jkr Itis freeit tells how you canfhave local and long distance telephone service in your home1 at very smaljLbost j j yiSend for it today Write nearest Bell Tel pbone Manager or FARMERS LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone jand elm y INCORPORATED BOX 219 LOUISVILLE KY t 1t1 a1 jt COMBINATION ilQuartI House AND Saloon i 1 r Old Willow prings Whiskey ltSpring 1908 eight summer per cL tOO C Spring 1910 six summersU 300 Spring 1912 four summers 240 11 Spring l913 three summers H2iOQy- We jfill our kwtfs JI iurSaksFl tor 1 l t We Bear Government ispectii IfI Twelve kinds Bottlcdjn Bond I O 0 0 f III Whiiley1stvnd brai1s Per Qwtrt P1e HEAD 2UAHTERS FOR JL Brandies Wines Cordials Alchohol jGm anJ every tiling kept iu a firstclass Whiskey House i j w KiBDeLI 6eLBAMOKY- ic i g If yjunetdsiipllllHllliSlllllllUHlltl jmy lJSWi i a man yon know will tlveyIe I J j UUitijlDlDI2 K tittheoou from KettUginto your system I J1 latest product of science U VELVO ILautMI pMIf Iffreliable and of a pleasant arostatlt taste Vdv IvwswsU f 100frtemaclblllousness sick headache fevartahoMt colicIs ItT WI r iAXATM i lIEUII 1 LwiiTw r JTL U 1i4 IV PHYSICAL ADVISER OF PRESIDENTAFTTQ LECTURE AT touRi F t tI J CIIAUTAU QUA ON HOW TO11 LIVE 100 YEARS LIU I Photos of rn7et Will R xi8eDemonstrated by Dr Barker During His Afterijon LectureExercises Which Any One Can Practice q al H nej EVERY one Is course Interested la learning how to the 100 years f The fact that a lecture on this subject l y lOt prominent an authority as Dr I Charlea EBarker who was physical t adviser to President loft during his administration to ie given Chau t nqua week 1s at once of great im a portance HER POOR PETTED HUSBAND Wife SeeKn4 fir His Health and Her Own WM Very Touch- Ing Indeed Yet The petted httsband and ths wife were amiably discussing tho adrian bility pf a trip to Pan Beach In ot I der that the wife of the petted ltuu- t pbaai could get Sack some of the jtrafth that with her wasnt so lateat as the dUatingulsherl physician who celled npoa her some time dur IBS the petted hMbanda once hours thought It ought to be The only trouble darling said the VVtette4 husband 1 this that If you Ahomld want ms to go with you I ehouH hare to Jean my business Just at tke period when I am most needed to aaake our profit large enough for ne to rtf1 yo In the proud position to which yom have been accustom Oa the other Land should I remain beklad the first of the month will ofcome without your being here and the thought pt opening all the bills for things you kave ordered but for gotten to mitlam without your moral support la rather disconcerting lad I uppOM sale the Win of the petted husband you have not considered that If I should go alone there would be ao one absolutely no oae to see about say baggage arrange about the sleeping compartments and hotel room and protect me from be- nz Insulted ey total strangers I should think after our being married all these years yos ought to fwl pret ty good abort ray wanting you to go anyway and yo would If you had 0I park of human feeling In you Thereupon the petted husband InV terviewed the tourist agencies saw the hotel representatlres made ar rangements to jtare off his creditors and close up Ml business for six ij tieU At Palm Beach the wife of the pet1 ted husband remarked to a friend Tea I brought my petted husband along The poor man absolutely needed a change of iccneL1fO Unstable Moon The celebrated observatory at Greenwich the place from which rUn loDfttudg mi founded weI Charles n In 1675 mainly for the pur pose of Investigating the movements of the soon In the interests of naviga lion Although In the intervening two and ahalf centuries astronomers have lofted It t8 5F8B1131 te moon liai 1 not yet become entirely amenable to their mathematics The astrono t merroyal of Great JBrttam in his re Ort of the work at Greenwich during the past year tails attention to the in creasing deviation between the calculate position of the moon in the sky and Its real position as shown by the Greenwich observations The dc- Tiitlon lId lately feees growing lis a serious manner The error last year was more than twelve times as large as the error twenty yAars ago and the Vaycrage annual increase during the two decades has amounted to half a second of arc in longlt de The rea son that astronomers have failed in getting exact results from calculations based on dynamical laws of gravita lion Is possibly the existence of some attractive force that they have not yet discovered although the result Bbapabrate determination Youths Compan 0 Are you Doing working His PartIthe suffragist of a m who was loitering about the entrance to a hall where a mob of women were holding a political rally Why yes in a manner of peak tcng replied the meeklooking man1 If you believe with Milton that They also serve who only stand and walL What do you mean by that I escorted my wife here and Im waiting to take her home Curt ef Poverty The Jibways boakt that their ances tC f HI 9UK over In tae Mayflower i Ja1lS repUed Mrs Nooricn haughtily If they contemplate s tri to lrop sad that vessel were 1IJaIllTi I dare JAY they would tI It toek la the Mayiower taAtanf Without IfI Tl isuaMaxl the inventor has an rtHNW Mt nIL He lost his real l with explosives i authe steering wheel = etter than half the t PSl t S owa ciriir He had to give ar a tmauiLntioK of this before the euJUMrttlM iNMiU grauthim aUceaii c S At the morning session on the third day Dr Barker will give his lecture entitled Health and Happiness and In the afternoon his subject will be as stated above How to Live 100 Years At this afternoon lecture Dr Barker Will give demonstrations of physical exercises which every one can prac tice at home He will also outline a FINISH IN THE WASTEBASK That Receptacle the Lat Restli Place of Ideas Which Have Failed to Survive The wastebasket Is a symbol of o Ilvlon To It are consigned the fa urea and the hasb ens old lovo Ie tors appeals that meet with no r sponse things emptied of their sign cance by time It is the grave dead thoughts What a mass of h man effort and emotion Its content represent The merest printed circ lar flung there with hardly a glanc stands for long hours of eager pla fling by somebody and the skilled lab of many hands Men have strive with the utmost Of their ability to wi your lnterestmld havo failed Tb wastebasket records their fajlure Those little Inkinscribed bits Of p per that lie submerged In its depth are pieces of human documents le tes of friendship full of icordialll and harking back to pleasant exper ences family letters exprestlng loyi affection and giving word of those home letters that once made U heart beat quick At first a Joy the became an accumulation and are no a riddance There is a popular magazine of la January How utterly flat and stale seems The heroes and heroines the stalk chatter and pose through It pages are now forgotten The gre man eulogized In aglowing artIcle ha since fallen Into disfavor The bl names flaunted on the cover havo look of mockery The most grpptn story ever written has beensuperse ed by a score of others The jjrllllai comedy success puffed by the dr matlc critic has left the boards fo among these hasbeens are host of mighthavebeens j jJnchoaj ideas jotted down but never cohsun mated letters that were written bi never sent plans for homesthat wer never built dazzling schemes abar doned out of fear that they were viI lonary Aspirations groplnga ho they might have changed ihe won for some of usiVFew things escape you long old Jui gernaut Ono after another they los ttilri 813 eoft taU Into you And jo are always waiting To morituri saiutamtfs3ude Facts About run Although a great number of populu priced furs masquerade under norni that no actual animal claims as i own there is no particular secret about It One of the fur concerns fi instance publishes a catalogue to i form customers Just what they ar actually buylng Alaska bear for c ample Is the best Mlnnesotk raccoo colored a dark brown Adelaide cbl chllla is the fur of a selected sot haired and delicatelycolored Austr Han opossum French ermine Is U fur of the white hare of France Ba Uc fox Is the fur of a large hare northern Europe Iceland white fox iJis tissii 1ni mM mill il hair Is straight Kamchatka fox toe fur of the northern timber wolf Manchurian fox Is the fur of a varicl of halfwild dog from Manchuria Ba tic lynx is the large Belgian hare FI land lynx is a species of Australia kangaroo Siberian pony is select Russian calf skin Hudson seal muskrat skins of selected quality an inland seal is the skin of selecUJ- T rfr f Framing a Childrens Code The Missouri childrens codo con mission appointed by Governor Majo has organized its work of codifying a childrens laws in the state andc Crafting needed new laws to be Intn duced in the legislature of 1917 t the work will be donb at the stat university through tho department af law sociology and political pclcuc The entire commission of 21 memboi tas bock divided into subcommittee to handle various sections of the con prehensive outline of work modele on the general outline sent out y th federal childrens bureau Conslde able 1olpis expected from the dat the latter is collecting on children laws throughout the United Statei Tfifl GlJSfisgl 8E t 1o no comSfsilonl l wi met by voluntary contribution Rhodes B Cave Judge of the StLoul Juvenile court is chairman and Fro llanley O Hudson of the state un Tarsity secretary Let Her Alone wish my wife understood baseba so that she could talk to me Intelligently on the subject I propose ttl keep after her until she learns athlnkiou are on the wrong tacl She doesnt expect you to understan illlneryw Louisville CourlerJou wj 0 plan of diet which should be fWlpwed1 by business meu in offices and Others who are not performing hard manual laboiVV It was Dr Ranker who by his sys tern of physical exercises and plun 9f diet reduced Iresident Tiffs weight some eightyfive pounds Time exercises which Dr Barter nill demonstrate h j Life Struggle of the Trees T An Interesting lISbtrlS thrown the longevity of the trEes that groi Ig along tho timber Itnbpf the Rock mountains by Egos A Mills in hi recently publfahed Rocky Mounta RT6ndorland lIe saysVri A few timberline trees llvd a thou LIyea but half this Is a ripe oi liige for it ot tho timberline vet hiK ago of these trees can iinotj bo judged y their size or by the j general appearance Thnro may b centuries of difference In the ages 0 two arminarm trees of similar size tilexamined two trees that were grow othelIJwaadlameIrTinflother was seven feet high and flvj1 Inches in dlametejr and had lived Our hundredaidVnlnetytwoVyearsV One day by the sunny and shelterei i side of a bowlder I fdund a tiny see feettHow splendidly unconscious It wi I surIroundlngs This bravo plno bore wouItcompletely CompanionyDoor Johnnie Passing JStlge Johuniort otthd musical shows waiting for thE chorus to appear is buncombe TakE S saytthe chapplo at tho stage doqr is onhgthing greet a a 1130 oclock is an empty ash barrel- S The telephone and movies are respon I 1sible Thero jaje no more crush ootoi Itand Reggie Ja riot therewith his gas l line cart either Neither are therE r any more matinee Idols It is not sc much fun as It ysid to bo she ad- mitsa Nowadays we make tin our 00163 by telephone so oldroo 1mance Is gone So too are the mast LtnotesNow York Letter to the Pitts 9 burgh Dispatch IAstronomy Suffers From War regardlndthe earth will be curtailed If not op liroly stopped owing to tire contlnu ance of the European war according 9US serv tory by President W M Mpyer bf Uklab Cal He explained that the professors In charge pf the observa tories In Japan Italy and Russia have refused to send either observations or- t flslsss is ibs Ii5ailiuartoraof nil Ifi tcrnatlonal Geodetic association in Potsdam 7 IrUseful Volume i Book Agent Heres a volume crammed with useful information a Chapter one for instance tells you how to manage servants i Housewife Dont want It Ono cant get any hIp In thlu town 0 manage e Agent Then heros another chapter In the book on selfhplp tt VVVThe Poor Slrripl r1on1 fSllSw 15t ttte Straltjacketri Oh he was about to perfect an efficiency system that would have have made it Impossible for any bail ft ness men to get tired 11So they said he was Crazy =aj IOf courser Thc o has to be some d excuse for these girl shows hasnt Vthero7Jdge tier uuru = Clarence Wolfe Overton whose do partment store work has more than vindicated scientific management in 1 Chicago said at the Chicago Athletle clubVIII My department Btoros trlumpts it with overbad havp brought In a llot 0 roffice and clerk Investigations Somq have turned out funny 6 In an offlco this morning I ladees vefely to a stenographer Is It true that tho minute the s clock strikes sjx you drop your ma chine and hike even though youre in the middle of a letter d The stenographer took a fresh o chew of gum r f0f course It Isnt true she said a Why Id never even dream ot beam slap a letter when it wta as near a4 that if LOADED r 1J 0an I interest Jolt in some gilt c ged mining stock ii Not at ill iI have aili the swell1 printed matter I want thank yoiiJi IBRAND NEW TvQ got a now job Pmd barbqr ot at a soda fountain C1 A barber ati a sodn fountain eIi lV iQwcrer are iIJ necossarlly to reduce IicslJ but an st as essential to the man or worn t average weight Aside from sillent Tuft many other prominent ri In national life have followed Jlr kI kers plan for lioaltU lIe stands In ttiu forefront of teachers orators and ti d iplars of the gospel of healtbaud Ii uess IIm har lectured INb BYPp3JDlCT OF VALUt Chemists Are 1Now Extracting Walt the jruse From Process I jjFrom of r Refining and id re of tbo residues of + beIthrown away in being fpund to con I lain sumo usqii2 substance In sonic cnsor the valu of what was originally f considered a lyproduct has come to dxqeod that oIthe primary product itr celt The res dties ot sugar refining have beet Jlsc vered to contain a valu able wag sub tance In sufficIent quan 1tItielS fo wi Its extraction on a ommer1ai rinql Whop Us or sugar cane Is t mined under jhq microscope it Is seen tliatt rom the ildormls exude little protuberances itraight or curved 4ud disposed ic pcmdlcularly to the surface Thesqfujr made of wax Khich with other wal1y substances contained in other parts if the plant passes Into the Juice In tl process oj its extrao ton IThe lime yseu in almost all refineries carries thorn away In the ofuse ot the precipitation prjxfess from which the idea of regcuilil them was nqt long ago broached For thJs purpose the nllmj rbs due placed in ajrpceptaclehcro lt un dergoes a fernjwtation which destroys the fatty na4ers wHjfouV attacking 4rleLIin the sun auflj aftonvard In a current of warm air oIn a furnace The dry product is crushed and treated with benzine or carljbn dlsulpbld The wan thus obtained ijj then refined by elns extracted ani wIth petroleum os sonce and then by filtration through clay or animal black The residue of 0Ilubrltaut or treo tod to obtain tIre sugar which it still cojitains ILIma tft olilafhetl Is wliltp cr It viuch tqble la ap Itbardnessdried slimy rsfidue contains ten tQ twelve pr cQn of Ita sulflclciitl large nroportlon to jusUfy the indus trial treatment bf these residues BLEIf ths Assert ion Mac by Dean IofJniverslt j Christ was a mast or of the art of Tcrdijiif John Drorod hlrasplf a iI1t- edItor and there Is no bettor roporlei Ihan Luke according to WaHe v WH Hams dean Qt the school of Jourualir of the Unlvcrstyt of Missouri who at dressed a Sunda school convention in St Louis saygjft St Louis Mo dis patch to the tivp York Herald Even ChriBtl lust words wero not fpr 8lioncOibutfcr Christian publicity MF Wijfcffil HW5nver a piurcli hakeiitithe good news of thr gospel to Itself It has aled Vhou It jpas given thh uews out It has con quoredVr1ren Kite i aor wanted 1040000 i 1 men ho advert sdtln tine now8J1 pot AVhin ieV rrji wants 1000000 troiig nioii to irttsottue Jt rings a heir for live m itos 01 Sunday Lftko with vivid phras wrote the greatest j t In tho world the story of rir 8 ldMn Vlljlams John proved self the beet odltcr for ho freoy us the bluoponcll tat ing II J wsLil I could till many tolumII18n thO adv rtIsoS said i Mr WiUhtms k Sp Cnlaty lIwhjo l1htAt IOn Fr Ing Pictures A few yoa ago I heard Gcorto Bernard Shaw Ive a lecture before tire Camera clqfc In London The onO thing that I r member that he said was that In g0 ng into a house he coyld alwaysti the degree of culture anti relIne mt there was In that hbusoby the Wit th ot the mats qn the pIctureS Of curse Mr Shaw was trying to be fi uy as usual and as usual there wa lots of truth In what ho said It evf y one would make a tour bf tIre hot et with that In mind take down limo pictures WIthY the wide white or ijlorod mats and have thorn roframcd close or If a certain oap seoms to nand a mat have very narrow ipjut on It thoy would really be aurpj jspd to see the im provement In appearance ot the rooms 7n m ny eases tile tttne frames could b ijbed they would only need to be Cii down Phlladelpbla Public IAdJrtTii j couLoN rE BfetrcR i if l1 Fi want to miry your daughtor sir fHovr are YI ar prospects PVVery goodi si She says shell ave ute rT widely under tbeauspieesof phy8 leal training department ot the national committee of the Y M C A and his work baa been widely commented upon both In the editorial and news columns of our largest city newspapers One of the Springfield Mass papers during his recent weeks lecture engagements In that city published = REPORT DECREASE OF CRIME British Prison Commissioners Have Recently Made Report That WIII VRead With Interest The prison commissioners of Groat Britain have just published their annual report for the year ending Marclu 1915 Tho decrease of persOns who were received under sentence during the Wan year of 191 f15 Is another proof that employment is the great curefor crlmb The total number ot persOns convicted amounted to only 114283 including debtors and those committed by courtsmartial a de croase of 37320 as compared with the year of 191314 and the lowest number of convictions on record The greeter part ot this decrease ia attributed to circumstances connected with the war Enlls mont has given employment to many of the habitual petty offenders the restricted hours for the sale o thtoxicants has un doubtedly decreased the amount ol crime while the great demand for wellpaid labor has given employment to thomany A short time after the outbreak ot tbo war orders were Issued whereby many of the prisoners who had pro viouslyVorved In the army were al lIdwbd remission of sentence on recom mendutibn of the military authorities with a yfe w to rejoining their corn panles There have heart over 340 inmates released for this purpose The report also states that drunken ness among women has decreased 7 per cent Our Schooling Inexpensive TwQNtytw6 million persons were en rolled in cducaIonal institutions in the United States laSt year And they requlr d teachers of whom J6004 were In public scboois to guido them in the paths of learning About 34 apiece was what it cost- a give them a year of schooling Com pared with acme of our other expenses as a nation public schools seen to be a decWcjHy Inexpensive hobby They cost 11tH thin onehalf of the nations expenditure for alrnliollc liquors and their expense is less than that of running the federal govern mont Ryen for admission to the mtfV los wo spend a thlrpof what the schools requireVMeasured In terms of products of the soil the United States srent a little more for education than the value of its wheat crop anti less than aJ ibt raJya gf iho muni liarvat of corn What the uHlraato yulue of the educational harvest will be Is another queetlmnNow Yprk lath pendent Coin Shower1 Deluges Workmen orm employed on the ditch of the Rogub River Canal company set ota charge of dynamite unddr a gtumpaiHl then HIS nfr wsa filial wllh dollars and half dollars The blast uncovered a money cache that had apparently been burled there since the early slstiofc Mont of the olns wero oftho mintage of the fifties and when tho fall of coin began there was a wild scramble for 1L The cache contained about 500 according to some otl1oII fSomof among the United States coins How the money came to be beneath tho stamp or why or when Is a mystery Ashland Ore Dispatch to LOB ADj toioa Times Chases Valu rd William M Chasefigured ppusjngly In a transaction concerning himself and an unartistic congressman who owns a bad paintingVIsnt that grand f the latter ro marked when pointing out Iris pur chase A great bargaln too Qot It for four hundred dollars and William M Chase says it worth ton thousand dollarsVA friend of the painter hoard this statement and took it to Chase who smilingly VexplaincdtVHo cornered me one day and want ed mo to fix n value on It but I told him I couhjnt do It He then camo at mo with qnsstlon I couldnt dodge Well Mr Chase how much would you charge to paint a picture like thatVI assured him mqst earnestly bat r wouldnt paint one like it for ten thousand dollors Happiness and H unaer So your daughter marmSrthat handsome young p ttt whd stopped FarmerllIayrlckVas She marrIed And shes got Jto ho very happy f I dufirf Mandya gt a pow rftl 4 ie Ju ija tV daily articles on healths morn lJI liar kets pen Dr Backer will be glad toaafnrernU questions along the lines In wbidl b be is speclallzlngJi It Is saf6 to prophesy that health day at the QhaUtauqna will leave excellent result lneerro- ue of the 120 cities Inwblch Dr Darker Is to appear r CAUSES OF FURRED iON Ut- +Many Reasons Besides a Disordered Stomach Mayo Responsible for- Condition it I suppose that there Is no more fn eradicable idea in the mind of the doe tor than that the furred tongue Is aentlally an Indication ofa deranged stomach writes Sir James Goodhart consulting physician to Guys hospitfc London In the Lanqot and it laproi ably an attempt to kick against ti prickS to pay otherwise Yet accojI Ing to Sir James It Is by no mean al ways so And he goes on to proroIt practiceIresponsible position a leader of oren to whom he had to give orders that had fo be obeyed and from whm ho had to hear much grumbling a very bard worker and the fastest talker I havq ever struck full of energy and playing every onnco ofiIt He was ln splendid health but suffered from a furred tongue and a bad taste In the mouth In his caso these were not duo to the stomach at all but to a disor dered state of nerve control VNervous fears and norvons tastes are common enough and they deserve a special thought says Sir James He believes that man Is kept sweet and wholesome largely by porvous control end when ho loses this ontrol the parts become fevered tho mucous membrane dry the nerves irritated and taste Is pcrrarted The men so affected are thoso who are nervous anxious hard workers taking their oboutMdThe Carbonari VThe Italian secret society which took an active part in the struggle for national unity and liberty and tho name of whIch meant tte cbmsl burners or colliers only became lit slight degree known in IS1SThe con Btltutlon of the society remains great measure secret SoOn after Its Institution it numbered from 24000 to 30000 adherents mind its rolls In creased so rapidly that In March 1820 It Was said that as many as 650000 new members wore initiated Little Is really known about the secret society It claimedl greattantiquity o origin but It probably originated during the last French regime In Naples It3 moTPinont was directed against the Neapolitan Bourbons and toward Ital tan freedom Teddys Good Shot One of Colonel Roosevelts first hunting Instructors was old Bill Sew all a Maine guide whom when presi dent the colonel rewarded for years of friendship and advice by an office When be was a boy the colonel wont into camp with SowalL Doer season comb along and thy wont out to lira the youthful Nlmrod his first chance for a shot After a time thfr colonell says they saw a stag Shoot shouted Sewall and thofu ture president let go with his rifle 7no stag ran a iitUei way and dropped Youyo got hlml Youve gotshlml shouted SewalU as he ran forward to Invostlgate How did it happen Why replied young Roosevelt drawing himself up proudly I aimed for his trcawt You done well said BillL You don well You lilt Blm In tho eyjj Power of Politeness i Honety Is the best policy said tho readymade philosopher Of course it is replied Mr Due Un Stax But the public ddosnt al ways reallie It Most people wOuld rather be cheated a little In an af fable Way than do business with a person whoso conscience keeps him In a stato of Irritation Discovering Borax Nobels acqidental discovery of dy nnulto has a number Of parallels The value of otio of our chief pceaerv atlves was made known by a trat eler In Yellowstone Park coming upon the dead body of a horse The anI- mal must have been dead a considerable time yet the body was perfectly preserved and this arousing his carl oslty led to an examination ot a peculiar diJsjt wUhwTiIch it was coir cred itprqyedto be borax hthero used only In glazing linen but destined by that accidental discovery to becoma one df the most used of chem foal compounds in many fields of dustry Lucky English Angler A lucky angler on the first expert onceof fishing has caught at Shrines Ingland a golden teach stated to be the first caught Ip the Thames for the last 20 years It 14 inches llong and weighed ono pound and fourteen ncej t 0nYou Need a TonicThere are times in every womans life when she pceVhentonicfoposed of purely ye le lngredtents wkkk IICt gently yet slJrelyJJi kened womanly orgaw heaMiitofftakailingA1vomenwoderfjdsuccesst You cant make a mistake in taI CftRDUIThe Miss Amelia Wilson RF No 4 Alma rk eachforI I I I dizzyIt anythll1iBeginHas Helped Thousands 0 3DDT J 1iIChildren Cry for Fletchers Tlie Kind You H ve Always Bought and which has MB in use for over 80 Years has borne the slgn4tKe OL y has been irado under fete fr 9and supcrv1slon since its IBfAltq Allow no ono to tleec1veyouLtk1sV All Counterfeits Imitations and f Joitasgood are lust Experiments that trifle with and endanger the kealtke k fExperimentfr Veaetort isn harmless Bn stltiiSfJ23r raor on J gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Plcasaa 1 contains neither Opium Morphine nor substance Its age is its guarantee It OthCEand nUays Feverishness It cures D Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Co tipatlo Iiand Flatulency It nsslirilatcs tIle Food emulates the Stomach and ISotTcls giving healthy nnd natural sleep fcTho Childrens Panacea Tho Vothera Fr1eV GENUINE CASTOR MWAV4 7Bears the Signature of IV The Kind You Have A1ways11U In Use Fr Over 3Q Y a i7T MUMY svtwtr LVVVV=n YOU w i DIVORCEYOUSELFV From Dirt Dust aI5iiJiry Yflj dV d Combination Pneumatic Swttptr ReeaseIroaibrooVJaj and lifting furniture cad em the IIIIIIJ oi dust tad germs that by k essel 4hesand the lId fulonedcazpsscseLe ftile use of DatleyC llittaPanItT Sweeper whichs1ihoh iii fir hsd crates powerful uietioe force wlwck AvwiM dl Ac At nddust qundb your rag s Wp a e time the rerolmg beak picM epal lsstVpi iesss ttrcljngj etc t aiWTlff IWKKK anJc JILIund- er rigid juwanlee for one rear YM uif a DaI- ry in your own home fferO 09 Free tCar4 For more iclIlrt lnkrsninla wHtfl TQAY1V Agents Wantol 1i tV =q NATURES ESSENCE ExractedfirolD forest t1tJ Natures laws r fl im If1 Qo tnJg1 tc nature for the Clue to the fert 1tN can fathom for you Take tbJ bsrk of the y tree liT Itstoos J On grape root queens root blpd and goko tific nODal Jaio extract of them with just the right properte Doct tJer S Golden mediCal afIt took Dr Pierce withc assistance ofwo lmd ikastc d- t work xPerimenting tojke this PUre glycere extrt sd it greatest dickncy Mil nyithovt the use of paijicle of 4eesi Just the mt of remedy yea asid Nd bt odrandcu bat lassitude aed 14I Drrce c Ie MediCl DiscoverLssV k JUJ1G APII6LL flEd 11a1I OldQlllfiliI tA t- j than any other blood purihr and atinsmk r =healthTniSiri fft conimasctd to dade with all the dx jis t other spoclahirts on tmach cilrestivc organ HIM pni oaIixs tact moat of the maliclncd4Ztle bRa to Dr PIerce Buffalo N Y whu replied natJlICtMtl wtth Indigeauca and TiMi Jplaint MedezLipiAcoYerlnd C Pl1ref II The PfUOVer7 and PeI1m hay pat isi j 1npocnicj tobsiustehat I inedol bond ctaYe rVuuvftq I PIOVC3VI7L51f tPrllAtl P WANT a Better JOiI IThat qnjstlon will be ackedyon almost dany by bwfJ148ll men sIag T9 Cervices It you qualify take the Drnugbon Training andshow ambitIon to ripri More bANKERS indorso DRAUGHONS Colleges Uum1 doreiaptbwb ness colleges cii cllEJD 1ft llttl JfltI1ItitIIiliUk1 MlAwIRliKaiBookkeeping the United States say that Draughons itrs bodktcefcrs Iiutd Jfc p New Ssstemqf Bookkeeping saves them holding good po ltioM M Jk n1from 25 to 50 per cent In vorkandwotfy taking Draurbans HOI ady Shorthand Practically n1lU 8offi CATALOGUK lor cia court report rs write the System of BY NAIL mite J1fO1 ShorthAn jraugtoiv Colleges teach PresidentIubVifls Tan SWhy Because they know it Js tfbest Ilalogu OaSOUS4tCOLL- EDRAUGIIONS PRAGTIGALBuuw COLLEO Nwhviil or Aleaudls mr KaoTsh r t==The Evening Post and aLla er Jooth one year fcfr 350 1t I