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V L wTT T jnTThI JrNIERIEtOL rIXXXIlNo 23 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 11916 i I100 PER YEA IE 4L L =WEREb19ONBABIE- t ES rtPMH r and Children at New Yor- Dvhged WI1hhatterafleS When Trains Crjjujp I inille Uuattngfcan empty twit to Oter track for storageat Third eud Ono Hundred and Fltfh iffoet a otdrman who garejjhlalname M JjJm Doe twentysi ot348 Pow erp avenue Bronrt rammed anothetl empty train ahead of him crnsbL wii heard for many blocks lfMfo glass showered to the street Bookeone turned In a fire alamo and a ambulance was also summoned K fletj JtMe6kt but refused medical aid Mrs Petar Corey of 416 East One Hundred and Twentythird street who was jpaMtoKbelQtr the structure with her nV cMIfe fecelretlfffifieflF Of jlaifl which filled tho baby carriage she falmtcS from the shock but was AWfJo go home Neither she nor thq che received a wound Nev l Wijr1d jrCAnt Find Ugly Woman t If 9I omJr Jlrl l urgh this item will not Jatefrest the fair sex of tBe bteel city ItM merely written to dhow how con eited are the New York girls A I theatrical manager offers tile Jcfea5S5 ItC a lifetime for the most homely Woinaif Tn existence but sO fnr not one has conro to the front to prove he is aperfect boar It tills frightful example of reverse beauty is ever found there is awaiting hdr a big part in a costly production fame money und a theatrical future The author who yfrrote this homely woman parf knew his New York all right mtho assumed there would te no dim cullyIJ finding anch a person for the role tlLOdlIlifIIlC t theIci1 manager has rca hod the 1siftwbero ho does not care whether the ugly woman has ever had any stage experience before Ho will accept for the part only one who can produce a warty proboscis the IcnocktaieeB the qttaIht halr thatabsent chin the flapping ears the spear elbows the ham hands and the rteeplecliuSG gnjila KeHT YOrk Cor of Plttaburgn IMepatrespondent litt no Chance for Amorlcap Fruits Trade openIngs which are noted in this part of Canada writea Consu Felix S S Johnson Kingston are those for peaches watermelons din i t taloupes pears and sweet potatoes which could be brought to Ontarioffrom Maryland Delaware Jersey and soJd at a profit Fruit and vrgetables n the States are toady for market thqo jpr ftjur weeba bore Uioso of Ontario thereby providing fa splendid opening for the American ijtnI1ijJ 4per pound watermelons at two and p onehalf cents tier pound or live cents a slice and cantaloupes at ten cents t apiece It fa with a view to estab i llshlng American fruits in the markets t 0Ontario that the attention of fruit 1 i k 70WQlS8 called to tbis matter Puns on lomfistoriM The punster is irrepressible he viem Indites his Jokfca on tombstones An epitaph in Whitham Abbey in j forms us that Sir James Fullertonfdied fuller of faith than j fuller of resolutions than at pains taller ot honour than of days Thoro is another of Daniel T ars It Though strange yet true full soy eutS roars was b Ja wife Chappy With hlrj Tears This was written of an organist Hero lies one blown out of breath 1 0 who lived a merry life and died a Mfccoditb IIAnother says Hero lies Thomas jt Huddbjstone reader dont smile but telleet as this tomblltiintryou VIew that Peath who kIiill hfcn in a Very 1 Bhortf while will huddle a atone upon t 7OU t Use for Prisoners of War Austria hagjfttecoyflrod a Bcietitlfia Uofo 0 era of t1o4tor PocliI proroawr of anthropology and ethnol ogy aftho Universitx of Vienna has bcen anted the sum of SOlftby the joVenShent to conduct anthropological resear os among the captives us- I IrMa arms Ho wjtfl measr fn Weir f Bkulls l nilato the color Of xairjand eyes collcYt ilata as tps dial ct iiJ t ot wise SUbj eo u n s el oSto tho 1ic e one y times rep UjgfK Tho good doc tor is said to Jj ildly enthusiastic over the prospect of so large and va rleja collection of human material for his investigation CorpseIt Tired Hunter Was a When H Burr went to his grist mill near Balls Mills ho found lean lag against the door what ho at first jrapposed was a tired hunter who had Mopped to rest When ho came closer ho found it iras Ihe body of H Franklin Spotts JiM had by all indications placed the puzzle of A shotgun in his mouth and pulled tho trigger with his fodV blow leg out his brains Wllliamsport Pa XMnuatcb Philadelphia Inoulrcr- XHE EVEasE sibe- jF Dd you see where a labor inspec tof In Mas5acli att8 declared tlui tc1cphoQtiogirlswork1ii1e tktjsltcp Hnmphf tiittfl riotWng Jve Dmm thor fo iJefc while tbw ork f o JUST A WAY THEY HAVE Ajnjp rrmar9iJibc raoraluer o so1t1 before JjQknawa it And A woman rejoined tJode l alii r grtWoldf bforo OTjlcts cTseknoiv ta 0 EIQH ORLYlcOMMENT Itl ISggl Mrs Harper is cry rI1 dtiMr what AaigbEj liave been irE DiZgEYls F1fl9 wasted el turatll1tQut ii- iilkili J r T 7T i TITLE NE 1SLEADI3R 4FI I fiIjJtfi ij1 j1 i Y I 106 YeaoearWithout umnier A r- v rThe following may fe very i terpstngr o people who are con jcefned about remarkable weatb jaer I was In iSIG or just 100 vaTs ago tbajfthere was tio sum mer forsevery month bad either f 08t or iice The following weather cnn nologa ifor 1B16 is ctlculatmd maktrtil e bh fAJJrH begin warm but grew edIa temperature more Hud winter than spring afay aimor9 remarkablel Jar frowns than ler smiles Buds and flowers were frozen ice firmed half an inch Thick corn was killed1and the fields were again and again planted until dsrmllGfl to June was the coldest ever known in this latitude Frost ice and snow were common Ala H moat every green thing waskilfc ed Fruit was nearly all destroy ed Snow foil to ihe depth often inches in Vermont seven in ches in Mann and hree inches in New York and artso in Mass achusetts Considerable dam age was done at New Orleans in consequence ofthe rapid rise in the liver the suburbs wer covered wIth water and the roads Jjere only passableoji boats July was accompanied with frost and ice On the fifth ice waK formed 6f the thickness of pornraou window glass through out NHV England ew York and some parts of Pennsylvania Indian corn was nearly all destroy ed SoiDQ favorably iitimted Iofso1meacliuselts August wa more cherles if possible than the summer ma ths alreadv passed 4Ice was- ormedhaif an incn thick In dan coaD was so frozen that the greater part of ih was cut down artfTCutW fOr fofldfrT AlmosT every green thing was dfstroyo btu m this c untry and Europe Paper nceived from Europe 8ta ed that it would be lel1 Ill berth by the present generation that the year of 1861 was a yer in which there was no summer Very little corn ripened in New E igland and the middle States Farmers supplied themselves from the corn produced in 1815 jr the seed of the sprwg of 1317 1C ibidl at from 5l to5 per bushel Sbplernler furnished about tvo Weeks of the mildest we ther of the season Soon after the m flIt i1 bcame very cld and fiOsty and ice formed a quirter lot an itch thick October produced more than is bale of cold weather frost aid ice abundantly November was cold and blust jory Enough uow fell to waLe good slughing h a Friend of Fa mers1 I The Wilmington O Journal says Mr Prank Fale a farmer living near town recently had an experience that increased his faith in the value of fcxes toi farmers In searching around denO young foxes near Ills home be found carefully cover ed near the mouth of the holeI 13 1lhtoieoftbehtrQnginhiablief that they dOI tl19 fmer Kriti jgrvwt sJU h rl1 I keeping their fields free of rats mice moes grasshoppers and the like In bulletins published bv tbel Agricultural Department Wash ington farmers are urged to protect furbearing animals It is said that 90 per cent of tbq animalsIIxh ground squirrels grass hoppers and the lifee thasde stroy the farmers crops Adams JMi David Adams aged 8Q years died yesterday Shortly alter the noon hour He had hen in ill health for many weeks being unable to gain tiis strength owing to his advanced years aftera severe attack 40l pneu monia and at that time hi i life W4s despaired of and his re cuperation a wonder to his mu1iYj friends For many years he waR a prominent farmer and was onej of tbgmonuprigbt and rtemedr i men in the county and an oldI tme courteous gentleman Apathetic incident in regard toJii death is thatthe day before was the fortysixth annjversary jiijt his marriage and lhe just hye dto see itl passing away before another day rolled around Mr Alaos waja lifo long member IiisIi t Adams Mrs Tom Chatham Viiss Sallie Adams of this piece and Mrs Nat Thompson of Springfield Harrodsburg Her i ald Notice To Creditors l All persons knowing themselves indebted to the esste of W Carrier will comeforward and settle at once Also allI persons having claims against said estate will present same IIJJ P Thompson Ad mrj Notice I am prepredto do all kinds qf c ncrete work at a reasonable price Tom H Phillips High Strref ftr fotice To The P bliii I IaI Are Foreah SPRINGFIELD GARARGE II Overland Model 7t5Touring car 615IRoadster7S 595 Modenf3B Touring ear 695 I 1Overland1 I Touring Roadster car 1125IIAll Jhesc models are equipped with ihgnd lighting system These prices o Come and see the IIToledotOh 695 OVERLAND 1 at the Sprintfield Garage oppo Do all kinds of Auto Repairing and carry a full line cf accessories oils gasoline STfAM VULCANIZING AUTOS FOR HIRE I Phone 138or SPRINGFIELD 128R for TroubleCarl GARAGE 1 L F W BAIThIBAUER Propr fl L Pointed Paragraphs J iini aittlre30meait es nar for A woman can 1ielietlonly YI half she hears when lIbso chouses jj- We imagine there are i jot off halos in hell ven that v or t be called for jlusiead cf speakirgi ls on mind many a man eel ieu his wiftfs J 1t g99J hm rnper iyouknOw how ad- ltit OwIQlarkeddcwnt r spring styles Goqd looks may catch a man but it takes Mood House e ping to hold him A woiuau can adjust IK tgure lo show up bc Lat the plinit i wantsit to Ifour neighbor wouli mind their own bosineas we tt uld be moreapt to mind ours t When a woman tries to de scribe a llecture it souns us i she had been consuJli J1 her dressmaker rChicaoIsTwa Ine Democracy of the Deadj In the democracy oilt ic dead all men at last are equuj Thor is neither r nknor stat pro rotative in tbe republic of ihe grave At this fatal Jl ushold ihe philosopher ceases to wise and the song of rhe poet ji llpni- Diues t relinquishes lJi8i liiiicni j and Luzarus his rags 11 e po jr man is as rich as the rich st andI the rich man is as poorfdstlic pauper The cndiior iossshfs Jfeury anti tile debtor iis acquitted abis obHga ion There the proud man surrenders his dignities tbe politician hiboursI the world ing his pleasures the invald needs no physician und pteQiJtdHereat last is Natures 0nal decree in equity The wrongs of time are radressed Injustice isexj kted the irony of fate is refuted tho unequal distribution off wealih honor capacity pleas ure md opportunity which makes life such a crucj and inexplicuVe tragedy ceasps in the realmof death The strongest thwe has no supremacy and tile wtinkesi need no defense Tettmighei 1 captain succumb to thitt tnvin cible adversarv Vhoi disarms alike the victor and cjie van JdtHsseuIMissciur j I I School iChildrenVldeas 11 11 Some amusing oxaiiiples ofr school childrens ideas a re pro vidcd by recent eX10n pa pers In New Y0rk ciy Here are a few choice spccim ins In India a man outt of casf may not marry awWIJlOUt of r r Inother cask IElainbgave Launcjt6t J an olD elet before be departclU fur the tourJamentjllcc p he ladi entry Iiceenierprise itt Tonuyson wrote In Iciuiorah dUI Pal llcllinesl are the jatme dis t nee all the way an1 Jo not meet ulless von bend An angle is a tridi ffm with oriJy two sides j The qualillcitiops citizei ship are that you uu iie neu iral born ormtde IOtnviatioiilsj there were none we t gould all v away Li us XVI was gela Iced dur ingthe French revolu ion A mountain rage a large Hlzni cook cooking g bve Horse power is thI distance fonewater in ar hour f fSGuerrilla warfare iis wliei e men ride on guerrilla JitJWaslli- ngtOi Post j rSpalding Bros Springfield R R I has for sale a jjjice luto iumber SJ3 D Clement Sprlnjpileld Iil it 2 has for sal tobacco sticks and lumber fOLEYS t Kiss Md 64 711lillegallyS t Spent Charge i Frank ort Ky May 27 Suits wee filed in theSale Fib cal Court today by JbhrrC Duffy Special Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Kentucky on relation of Attorn ey General M MJ Logan acjajyis- tliarkHdale liauilett principal and R U VII1 ant Mrs Alice Mayo executrix d tho estate of John CC Mavo Ji8cl D W Gardner sureties to recover tuti1uLO4711 alleged due rtle- Statesfrow Hamlett tlifi peMinn alJg Ibsii s Superintendent of Public In siruciiou Hamlett unlawfully and wrongfully ani without rrightor warrant of law paid QUI the following sums To himself as increased salar siaSTo Daisy Humletti Irs wife 091067 To himself for alleAd eXpSBSl Is 8517 59 For the publication of books notauthorized bylaw 28087 41 To various clerks stenog emploYlsfIt iIs alleged thitthe total sum paid out of theSttttssohupl fund by Hamlett was the total given- in the SUIt A4jsdsjnt nfn1 s d feud lL is pravedtis cover iosesthat the State iisalkgea 10 have sustained by thele alieg ed uniaAfui and wiongfut acts cf Hamlett Each of his sureties executed bond to tile Sea in the sum ol lt5j900 Jor h fthuI disclutrgt- ttt1U1duj lUhi Jti j Q9J Vtf accepted by James Q McUreary asGoveior Asbio WiSliiid a hist J G Graobe phI nl aid Frank P James ssrret t0 lOiibver a total of 1055043 fHftsad to have bon paid by Grabbe for point ing books aud Arbor Day bale tiiis without wi3trrant of law Ai hesme lIme a suit was tilta a iitibt Eilsworth Resenstein principal and the National Sure tyCoiupiny assur eLy to recover 536199 alleged to have been paid wihout warrantof law 0 ihs s in yir30 was paid under the head ofcariting ent expenses fYoPeoplElope A marriage tnascamoas a sur prise to the fHetuU of the contracting parties lvnj that of Miss Lena Eng and daughter of Mr lalld Mrs Will Enula d of this city and Junes E kills of Spring tield vhich took place in Jeffer sonvillu Saturday night Miss England Idft homb Saturday saying she goinR to Louisville She met Mr ElkitJs at Bardstown Junction and they pr c eded to Indiana where the nuptiil knot was tioL They vere accompanied front Louis ville by Robert Eiiglnnd and Mrs D C elia brothen and sister of the bride Art 1i the ceremony Uieroiiirned to Spring fiahl to make their home where the groom is Pinployod by a pbiillry concern IHie frroojj is a son of the lat Mrs V ctorja Elkins The bride hits for sow time been employed as an opera tir with the Lebanon H tneTjll eplione Co Liabanoji Enterpruet SQuaker Quips The6s nothing that will mike trouHJeai grow like tellihs g them Many amandojntalliscu ed by tripping over his good rolutionsTAt IUY rAtptho scross who i51 lata hldrrsingranalI4 in e1 up for lost tina SSIHeredity isa funny thing Lots of people have sunnv nat reainI spite of shadv ancestors One haJof the world is probably pist as WcU pleased that toe oUierljatf do ent know how it lives sometimesThe honcymnou detnptJStralis that marriage is a fuiu e almost as early in the cropPI11111Iadel 11 CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You tfavi Always sought Bears the r Iinturo or CI74E 1 IWo1nansClub N68f Ropoitof Womaus Club meet ing held May 25th at Libra v building Meeting called to order by tli e President h Musk piano duet bYtt M slVilla McElroy and Corinni Mclntir Lecture bytheJlonohnP- olin on ParTituienUrv Ltv third inaeriesho is giving the Cub on this subject Music pianidut J y Misses Margaret McClure and KJitbleei Miller Questions on studyr courser Minutes of last meeting read and approved Treasurers report rpejd and accepted Mrs Rees and Mrs Pettui gave inler stitjg accounts of the meeting of the State ffederiiion of Womens Clubs which they attended at Mayeville last week Booif coinmlttGQ reported 307 names on library register coda gift to the library from a frieri of vThe Best histories in 32 voumes A generous donation uud one especially appreciated by the Club isthe library is IP eking in works of that char aeter v Finance committee le ported a picture show for beneblof Li brary to be giver soon and re que t3d the members to have the iX PO order ready for next mpetiig wbich will bo held the J itJThursday in June or account of tiho Chautauqua bet g held during tho regular date Questions on study couise beginjvithr2ist in Seciioi u jlhebe given in il e Program next meet inff as that tJtne is lojLegiven tithe We Jells Chau miqua Auxil iary of Lebanon which is tto meet with us 0c the purpo qfr discussing yjiys and means for iimproving land advertising thu Chautau fua at that place Theannouncamont that Springt field is to liae a Cliadtauqua uame as a surprise and seems al most too gool to be true The wonan Olub has charge of the advatco sale of seisniitickets a id will receive a small percentage on each ticket sold the proceels of which will be used for payment on Libraryr bui ding We know that every one who expect to attend the Cbautuuqua will be glad to purchase tickets through the Club in that way help a local need and also save money by the transaction as the advance sale rice of season tickets is duly 2 00 and will be raised to 250 if purchased site the Chauauuua begins While the price of adnilssioiD if paid singly will t 385 go by all means aidef your tickets before the 8h o June Cbildreii how 0 tc 14 years oft age season ticket 100 Pric j will bd advanced to 12 af er the Kedpaih people lake charge Tm Promoters ol the R iIj pah hautauqua leave nothing undone to make their program a Bucoess The lectures and other talept eipl ynd by Them pro the best th it cau btobtainpd and all who a teld their liveday Chautauqua at this placd may rest in the knowledge that if they were at the Mother of all Chautauquas at Cliautauqua Lake they Vouldi eaj ertained bj the sfme peope that come to Springfield The Association has made at expert study ofr ihe needs und requirements of the people of tUocounty and give a varied J program LUuJ will appeal to all From base bill for the enthu toIand musid given by the best pro fessionals iu the cjuntry We are sure that the people of WatLiingtuncOunty will takeil advantage of this opportunity to get in touch with the waste mids ant thinkers of the ag and thereby receve a menial Iistiwul1 servea Jfood lor thought and action for all time and tnat will make it well worth while for the Itudpath Abspciation to mAe a Chautauqua permanent thtp in Siirnfield Que 14of The Raweis New Zealanders jI Coming to the Chautauqua Here I I j I TksyIthe South Sea Islands J ILLUSTRATING NATIVE WEAVING AND BASKETRY RA1YEILII ami iuritMX iiftflve e l laatlors iiip tut tiie of the most novel add at tile genie time Instructive pro urn ever given oil any Chautauqua pllttfQrzu Attlrcrt In native costumes tber an poor an the pjjitform with the scenes of Ihelr riiiuttry as a background hese scenes arc thrown by means of ftstcreoptlcon anti change rapidly a the iirojatm progresses On the front indot the skie of the stage are sam Ulug of tlie Iwsketry and weaving of tile Polynesians xrhtchcan be teenat troser range by theaudlence after the entertainmentSMr Rnwel speaks upon the New Zea land of sjcty years ago while the scenes of that period are presented SPRINGFIELD to ures will be work for the child ren They willbe entertained in the mornings by Miss Mildred MC Cormick a professional chIld worker AUMothr Goosel pageant will be given y children as a prelude to the regular entertainment on rues day the last night of the Chaut auqua It is the that eacn child between the aires ofG aLd N yho enrolls in the childrens work must have a childs season tickejSSeaspn tickets can be trans ferredlo different members of dime fainily Tips From Texas t One reason why some people j oubt it Sbakpspeare wrote S lakespeare is because he didnt have a diploma Our of a genus was the person who invented a way to sellgimcracks by calling them bricabrac It takes all sor s of people to makrt a w rid including the town man thinks he needs jbulldog Furthermore if orlune ever knocks at bur door we are to grab her around the gohrgI even if we get spattered talcum powderii The oldfishisued Wjmrn who evew tided tho weather so tbe wind didut blovtnow hps al iihlt m nd tuuufth the Wind ifVnod03entI Two Kent ckians Fall A special froth Harrodsburg Corporal Bivis Marks bury who tas killed by Villa bandits Thursday ws the son oPThomas Marfesbury a fa mer of this county Ho was27 years old and this was his second enlistment Ho received his mill tary training clifeflyat Comm bus Barracks Columbus 0 g I FoftI1912 He was one of a family of rand then Mr Biwel dcKiAn ttt New KeaJaBd flf tMlf wMll tkl HflTl i of the modem New Zealand are hewaA No country In the world ku ifeewi the progress of New ZM1H tJIe same space of time a fact wUch htf been emphasized widely la ewr h iimg magazines during the last few yswi Mr and Mrs Raw t u t wr also prescijt some of QM mute ef Xew Zealand at Infervata rtec u evening altogether a ESprogramS ScTbLt program kM IMM iMtiaUt i twleeaintheArt IiMtis CbitsiI and on some of the ktxMC ZsScourses In America The Rawels are J1fc hly MacaW pIe with mostfiicelkBt aw ft tH English language4 i JUNE 8 13 II rule idea who grauddaugliteS says six children three boys anti three girls Huj father and mother are both living George u Huletbe who ww if wounded in the same battle la the sou of Isaac HultUt a far t mer living near rXiathis county ThtIIB hia firat enlistment and he also irtJ afc Columbus Barracks 41 ring Young Markaburya last train ing there J Marksbury had qiifit a ber of relatives In WihiBKlo T jcounty and young HulUtt WM anephew of Mr Riley L arw foLthis place MarriM Loifl Gkl i c J B ONeal who IIn ellClrH r In thedistilling bminesa at Cor L byville Ontario and who 11 bweak spent tWo ur thre Jays here with relatives ww united in marriage last Saturday va 1 lag to Miss Ethel AWath a daughter of the UU Jams A Wathen of Louis vill Th carembny which waa a qmet r one dn account of theretest death of the brideYfathsr ook f place at fit Bridgets cbvrek 1 w i six oclock and lateratItJ V1 evenin Mr and Mrs 0 K4 1VT llrt for Corybvl U where they V wilf reside Mr ONeal Is a former KU V JVj rlon counts citizen who his far r some time been engaged 18j tbe d stilling bustnou iia Caiu4iu H S company ia now ami b Ji Ibeen for severalmontbJlu I facturing alcohol for th BrUlh 1tttgovernmeutLebaUon Kate r- JMMri ber of relatives awl frlsis ii this county who uttai c irst ulatlons 1 fNoticetoTaxFAyeniWasa I All parties owlsf MkjUfr are hereby sgUled ta eeJjija settle at onoe as all s4 JC be paid or aiyirturf Look sit yomr roi1pWis haveat paid eoee rtepte fM s va cos ef sale lin dIePnj WO n rl NstjiII j SPIt IIGFI LD KY- rVL tj I YAY TXUIIDA- TJAWS L M JOSEWMU r Editors and Publishers Xatefed it tie Springfield Ky Post ce MMean clsM mail matter if June 14 ha Ilean designated 3 1 y F1g Day add every American who caa do is is requested b I tb4it president to display an American flog 01 that day to5 ahow hit devotion to tits country In this Lime when practically all tbe wor dis at var There Ins hireneverbeen a lime in our countrys history When a t f patriotism meant mo3 displayI t doss todvnd it Ila up to avery lqai American to manifest that a j waypltrloti4mIueveryposszbe Node ToRoad Contractors H jt I Sealed proposals for the itn prpv meot of State Aid Road iin Watbington County Ientuckv- r willI be received by thet Fiscalt COurt at tbe County Cou i Houiqjn Springfield Kentucky until 12 oclock neon aune8th y 1916 tir TjEje work proposed to be done involves approximately 1000 cabic yards of excavation 4000 cubic yardsof surfacing 100 cubic yards of concrote Reconstruction on the Willis burg pike A certified check or 250 must accompanveach bid submitted The ri2t to reject any or allI bids is reservedSPlans and specifications may proposalVj V5WycQff County Clerk Washington County Kentucky also at 4VC Frankfort tfentuckyT v J4 A WYCOFF Clerk Washington County Court t j Foriet View Parl Ihe little 9year Old son Jot Mr and Mrs Garland flamil i ton happened to a ver painful accident afternoon while walking on the banks ofCa wrights Cceek be atepped on a piece of Vg1as cutting the arteries inhia loot Dr J C 14 udd was called knd dressed the Wound AlissClara Carrico hasxeturn fed to br home at Bearville after t spending several weeks in Lou isville Mr George Wheatley of Man ton is spending this week with his daughter Mrs Alex Hamil1 tiOn Mrs Emii Ciayen who has s been very UI for sevetal weeks ife are gJad to cavJs able be but again tol 1Tn 1 The nice rains this week hav settjbaeu rn Bardstown for som time is at home for a visit ST PETER THE FIRST PQPE Traditions of the Roman Catholic Church So RecordTitle Once Given to All Bishops According to the tradition of the Roman Catholic church St Pelei vffis the founder of the church and its first pope Both the ecclesiastical and the temporal authority formerly exercised and ptill claiffill fey popes Of Rome arc held to be thQI vine appointment and to hare handed dovni in unbroken continuity from apostolic times to the present use Peter the apostle it is assorted was indicated by Christ himself al- superior to the rest of the twelve lin the faith and spiritual discern mont and as the one of the number whpm itt was his design to invest with ejjecial prfibminanc In con formity with the design Peter ae companied by Paul is said to have- gone to Rome after Christs death and fQunded a church over which he presided its ilij bishop for 25 yearsr from 41 A D to G7 A Deventu Jaliy suffering martyrdom int1ie8ame year and on the same day as SL Paul in the persecution under Nero The title pope was at one time given to all bishops It was first dopted to Hyginus in 139 A D i and in 606 Boniface III induced Phocae emperor of the ast to con fine it to the prelates of Rome A list compiled from the registers of the Roman church gives names of J264 pontiffs focoa rrarcp or tvlissejrtp AnierfCIetiera glass of ice crenmsooa or pay 1thurent for one Sunday of a room Sn wfyich thirty children from the street arts gathered each week for Sunday school n India Whereupon hi Wrote to tho editor a letter in which lie com paired that his peace of mind had beiin greatly disturbed Just think he said what this will mean to mt tomorrow and the next day and for days to come I will start for a Cool glass of soda water and find in the bottom of the glass the faces of thirty street children of India looking at meIn the letter however ho Inclosed two dollars with the promise of more to be credited to the n hl lon ary society of his church the purpos of the gUt being to restore his pea ty of mind for a couple of weks ai least DriftingT s The more common secret of want of success in life is a tendency to let things drift It is not so much the missing one opportunity or the com mitting one blunder as the lavish waste of all the forces pportunitles which in Torious shapes come within tho grasp It is tile slovenliness of inen and women which for the most art makes their lives so unsatisfac tory They do not sit at the loom with keen eye and deft fingers but they work1 listlessly and without a sedulous care to piece together as tho host may the broken threads We are apt to give up work too soon to suppose that a single breakage has ruined the cloth The men who get on in the world are not daunted by one nor a tho and- beakagesJozin Moreley Ss ii Praise Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound lWomen from the Atlantic tcTfhe Pacific from all sections of this great country no city so large no village so smaH but that some woman his written words of thanks for health restored by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound No woman who is suffering from the ills peculiar to hersex should rest until she has given this famous remedy a triaL Is lt riot reasonable to believe that what it did for these women it will do for any sickwoman Wonderful Case of Mrs Crusen of Bushnell III VBrsrnraLL ILL Ltnink all the trouble I havo had since my marriage wascaused by1 exposure when a youn girl 3Iy work has been housework of all kindS and I have done milking in the cold and Snow when I was too young to Irealize that it would hurt me Jhavo suffered very much with bearing down pains in my back and such miserable puns across me axd was very nervous and generally run down in health but since fhftro ta1enLydia B Pinkhani Vegetblo Compound my back never hurts me my nerves are stronger and I am gaining in health every day I thank you for tho great hdp I t t have ffeceived from your medicine and if my letter will benefit huEV fering women Iwill be glad foryou toprintiturs JAMES CEUSEX Bushnell IllinoiaVA Grateful Atlantic Coast Woman ITODODON MEI feel ita duty I owe to aU suffering women to telljwhat Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound did forme OneV year agoVl sound myself ternblO sufferer I had pains in both sides hnd such a soreness I could scarcely straighten up at times My bac1 ached I had no appetite and was 10 nervous I could not sleep then Iwould bas 0 tired mornings that I could scarcely get around Ifc seemed abnost impossible to move or do a bit of work and I thought I never would be any bettor until I submitted to an opera tloo Fcommenced taking Lydia E PirkliamsVVegctabIe Compound 914 soon felt like a new woman I lied no pairs slept well hud good b appetite and WaS fat and could do almost all my own Work for a fani tiy of four I shall always feel that I owe my good health to yours tfEMdicine lira HAYVTAHD SOWEnSliOdgdOfl2ttaiflO VegetabloJVflk No iM stck wltM womans ailments iW JwrtUet Iwnwlf If she does not try this faI MMW mbim m4 frrai roots and herbs It- wjiflf iillllfUllfW6m ltobftltlli toWfiU to LIMA 1MNHIAM MEDICINE CO r XT1JlT1ALLrnXASSforadvIce- VV rletter wiH be ycmed read and answered y icI asidct llil a JRJ iKOnr i It UHJVDFOUD hoj lto M lirton tlio oiwuiriK tln uf the CbuUH r W HoAHin 1ms li 11thett luombor of the imttoHHl ctl watP nnl hoard of the IetlMMltst Kpisooiwl Church n preacher tend loctiirer pcrsouHl IIJpear nee Jlr Itratlfor trongly resoinblps WUlfyiM htIti 8 f 13 J FEAfi INSPIRED BY BALLOO nrtIj MoreThHn a Century Ago Great ain Oreatfcd Visit of Wartfilj of the Air One hundred and thirtyone year ago the balloon a French invuntioii of that timegave an unpleaDff ing of insecuritj o Englaniiiuclv however has had la whit for actual ovcrheflcl invasion until the ZepPelin the afrmolister qf today appeared The fear was even then entertained that this French invention njight h used by the natural enemies of RH British race A British caricature Js mentioned in Cnambers Book of Days s Laving been publish in 1784 entitled Montgolficr in thc Clouds Constructing AirBnHoons for thA Grand Monarquef Tlit grand njonarque was then not Louis XrOut Louis XVI Iii tliis the French inventor is represented blowing soup bubbles and sHying Oh by 3or die be dc grand inven tiorii Dis will iromortalize my king my country myself We will declare the war against dur enemies We will make des JUiigtish Lake bvVi We Vrill inspect their camp we Vill intercept their flcett7 wo willet fire to their dockyards and hOar we will take Gibraltar inpc airballoon anda whoa we have conquer do Fng fish dcii we conquer de other coun vio nml make them all colonie Iweft trnnd onarn1o The Cheerfulness Cure Health Officer lfwr atPrnm vmlt says it Is very difficult for the woat skilled diagnostician to trace the wict connection between mental deprcr a and physical illness but he Insists the connection is there all the same His dea is that cheerfulnes Is largrly a habit which fsso closely related to health that they fogotber Any person who gets sink should try first to cure himself with cheerfulness it is done many a time Health Is bari mony joy kindnrss hopefulness hot fulness The Bible tells us a merry heart doeth good like a medicine- If pc9plo would only take the merry heart kind of medicine it would save them hundreds of dollars There Is hardly a malady hut what It will cure or at least mako better There Is no reason why there should not bo a school of medicine in which cheerful ness is the daily prescription Besides any drug medicine cue takes has to be mixed with cheerfulness or it will utterly fall A wbote drug store wouldnt do any good to a man who haV a pouch on Columt Journal MILD PROPOSlTlon HehIt is always well to have omething on hand 8hft Yosj something nice lik auV Lngageraent ring ITS PAY This dinner of Smiths is certainty swell affaira Thats allrright Ue pays for it from his inflated steakV OBVIOUS Why do you want this article of yours Jeajlod VERY NEAR rrV j Wouldnt you enjoy hearing the 11onkof your own machine lIl dont miss it I have a pet gool 1fLItItIi EASY QUESTION When the looks in the r nms rnnal wont work what do they do rU Find n kj to the itlMEioB Jlryaii djat bo Is uttJmLfaken for him His le turps HroMill of thought nnt InjHiiratlon It wfefijd be useless toatteiM t to apiiruxuMjtt the number of imwaml vomeii JiJiP have done gresteC tHlb ItIr tlzlt4kjafter coming Hiuler hteMthwiHiv lib has much to slitOR Mfr8 htIlmIi jln the e vera1 years wJjhh he ban ho Ly tHnl ChaltnUtI1ll1 bur rm he huts liwt viflUi thehcsrtlcrePtJ0u SPRINGFIELD JUNE nrgu1ments REALTY JVENADBWM MIlHjns Are Being j pent fQr New York R ntals In Place of Going to EuropeV After balancing IpUjrontal accounts recently brokers throughout the ultrn- lashloliablo district joBtlmatwJ that moeathan 1000000p fwlll bo paid for Manhattan homes dfiring tho coming season by families that usually mako tholr abodo la Europp the New York World SttcS Theft aggregate Ht ng expanses for the year are placed near 50000000 mst of which will ba spent in New York More than sfjch families have rooted apartments jjjjr private dwell Inks during the past few months The have paid an ivordgo of 4000 yearly renttjl som paying as high as 126000 Their conjpetitlon for lux urloua tivlng quart shas forced normal prices to tho highest levels on red erd and old families that have lathe habit of reritin costly beauI by the year or forhp social so have had to pay falley figures This was 1lIustr eJrccontlY when- 4rs Nelson w AjIrthh wIre of tile late senator from tlhodo InUTud and closely related by Snarriagfetp the Rockefellers paid at the ratoTjJ 10t a day more than aojwffla year for Mrs Klngslands lornisued home on the northeast corn ot Fifth avenue and Forty lxth str qt for the winter season Mrs KIng find boraflf IMHQS under longterm jntract from ViI Ham Waldorf JVstorj similar rental being pot4 forhii Judson Todd vOe ty iIriermirs luIe Je you balrtheaifp why 801 ThsroV no reason for it jjting wtU maket your hair grow Tjlju is according to a hermit who was 01 nd living in Van Cortlandt park N w York I Jo told the court that ho i ad been fasting for scientific purposes Before his fast which had lasted I ays ha nifd lia belfry was as bal jus a blllterd ball Now look at 11 and ho pointed to Uio top of his 1i idJ which was cov ered with a wild BOsS at hair that would havo made Iflta eligible to any ali American fooU II team According to the hermit Ir hq baldheudaU mat allows his toitrfctiong tho tmout first row at a musical comedy will n more consist bf nothing but nude domes These are hb directions Live in the open air drink about two quartsof water day do not oat any food Nix on thg oats If any bald howled person do s this says the her nut in a couple f months lila think ime apparatus wi resemble that of a Russian CossackV Etc It EvcSo Humble When war bro tout In Burono n Sn vqwnah nogro na been doing a bone rattling banjo tlj Imping act in one of the London mus balls and like the Georgia negro wj tbld Judge Latsha lnKansaB City t1 t if released ho would go sq ftr that It take 0 to send him apottal cq arId Wanted to get lack home Aloig with a s scjellaneous company of Americans h vas beBlOKlttg theV Aawrkan oonsli twhen a southern er in the Crow noticing him said Nigerwha aV t u doing here Wheeling tntli th light of discovery In Ids eye Jlafstij r uphiedV Fo Goda uk 0ow sistVIs nlgf r to git back to 01 Geogy 111 hungry I cn heah do pok thor caillnColUer WeekLyV First r3phlrig- New worlds rd for fast and aoourato telegraUh ng wore mado at the international telegraphic tourna mint in San Pr mtisco a few weeks 1agjjliohard tIey transralttod thi laMest Lad mos ijerfect Morse by ticking off 40 ralrjad messages with out an error inS niinutoa and 13 sec ends and beatln j tho automatic trans mItsrVOeorgoW Srelth Jr wbn tho coiyihg cohteat by taking and tran ser blng without an orror 0 railroad moMagac in V3i minutes and 12 see ondiV American 4 iotype to Africa TJw rst Amqabt ri llnotyp raachinoh- siS recently airbed inTrfpoll At riCh and been IPS ailed by LaNuova twite the onljf lewsbapor In the eolonjr a w ISN PS THIEF AT HIS WOR IAuWnatic Device That PJiotograp Burglar While In the Act of Plying HisTradeV ratherIBtonl than Vferk lAte is getting barcer the time says tllrfj Blrmingha Ag Herald ITaJ1 the ease of the thief who a photographic studio Belleville IlL the ether day lirom the vIewpontbf f the prowler a photo graph jihop cttfttt to be quite safe for tho plying cUlls trade Nothing more dangerous titan the chemicals would be expected in such a placeand ltko wlsn little of Irafue to any save tM photographer v be found there But the own of the atado in neue vllle had len fearfull of robbery for some tit e Thernfore ho Installed an automatic device to photograph the Interior or lila Htudio at stated Inte vale the device being Operated by ordinary burilar alarm apparatus NoW the photographer is out consii arable photographic supplies but 0 Is able to furnish the police the very but kind of a description of the thin III fact he turned over several phoC graphs of the burglar at wol1tone of jvhlch shows hlni in the act of pu t ting a Ions mitt his pocket Once thethie Is caitgh there shoiil- Jbo no dltSoulty In proving his guIlt Ute photograph being powerful thoug Uant w1tnseseg Herein IsV suggestion which ma- wehlbeVtken advfcritagesof by manu facturera of burglar alarm apparatui for If Itrwprked so well lin the photo graphic studio if might provaoffet the as a protection to bank vault rind other repositories of valuables It hard on the thief of course bm then burglary is getting rather un popular aa an occupation anyway WISE AND HUMANE PROVISION Urcle Sam From This Time On Will lUook After the Bankers Hith erto Neglected Those who bravo the dangers ot storm fog and icebergs Vof that vated subinqrtne plateau east of Cape Cod wbBrtf the bankers sejjk the cod are 10 be looked after by Uncle Sam The men of the big fishing fleet which pttts off from tho New England coast from Gloucester Boston New burjiwt and Portsmouth lead nI- ltence which are dangerous to bodily health and oven to life itselfV The UsAiirtg craft which seek thi cod hake halibut and other deepso ground fish on the aebrcoa have meager facilities for men who become dig shied and the usual program has beer that when a man got sick he hadto stay slpk and tako iis chances of covery being out of reach of physi clans says tile New York Press edl torialiy In a single season man boats and llvoq are lost with number more ot moo InjurediThe national government hdS placed the coast gtord cutter Androscoggit at the disposal of fishermen that may become sick or disabledand the Unit ed States public health bureau half fitted put tho boat with hospital appll ances and fittings A yoiy thoughtful and attentive looker after tho welfare and safety of Aiherlcans ft Uncle Sea becoming in many different ways and iirectlons Aluminum n far Austria and Germany use more UnHinura for war purposes than all Lile other Tarring naWona combined It hs 1tt6 k own In tact that Qor nanyhaa fbr some years been collect ing and staring the nfetal for war VrThe great majority of the drinking nug3cansaai oupeof the German oldler are made of the light metal The frames far Zeppelins and tle uses for aliolte are mado from ale iiinurn VVOne of the dl cultloa theUo mans have had to face iu the short me pf cooper neces rfpr ole rings xouud sheila aIlJof the German shells are new proviiletlVwith ahimhtjl im rings AlthoHglt aluminum dees mako a substitute even in cartridges as well shells and fuses it Is not so good aScopporTlui French authorities ex rlmented with it some years age for irihIry perjnusee but reJected It Tl1e Germans are using It lu sl ajfge QttaBtitiaB becaas theyre forced tt10 so on acecvat of tho shortage nit cniSr I akefi th Trade The IgnoraHCg or roal cotton on thoI pan of New York cstlontradBrs loZlg beon a subject of disgust In theI outh A Georcia cotton grower re aIls an IscWtnt which he says hii a der1nowledllhe Nev York Gotten exchange lor 20 roars Was Invited tJ attend a banquet tVthe cottoHgoodJ manufacturers annual obnr Htlon The tables were decorateJ with great dusters of cotton bolls ma exchange member sitt he seat through ami listened to kit tbfll 1 spe ehM On the way out of the banquet JaB ha said tol fMendIThat was a llnofoptall rlgUt and end talk bMt what Itnttd know la thlB What Is all that white fuzzy tuff IH th mWdle of every tabl lluatra ed Swaday MagasiieV JirIUpjrlly acquaimt wit tha tfaintlff in kills otelV rWltuo 1l mm your honGiV JutlleiIMtcan ywi say as to hiS ltad aJ veracity WItsrWeLyor honor he was aceaunt aR t will do Case dis jmtdj VHis Appreciation Idase Hatched a cullud man tud dIn nlriit rifkt Bmaak Ind edit J run log offwld nmh wife stated Broth er Tolly rlnktsiVYell igod Lawd snIt What did yo doVAw I plattded de scamp good and lentyr jV fSomething to be Thankfu r r VlsltorfJ think its Jurt wcndorful to See yoli Qhoory wfth all those bar rid wounds on your howlV WouRdbHrpptim8tGh wollj miss i Its a verAohe ln thing to wako up- ofI a morhjn an find that youve stili- a fldto ave wounds onLons- on OpinionV Cause and Cfftfct docwqvu M1R 9 Mr dasiy Och Norab Nora 1 Wboy wor ye so ijollsh as to ahQW 111 7ir tii 1111 I u fIRrDB8 VlI i u 1 rIIHugro Vacuum Sweeper Ihave the agency for the Hugro Combination Vacuum Sweeper 1WeEl per for every day in the year Let us demonstrate tUi I1 wonder to yon at our store6ir inyouf h meii 1 A Ii11- I v S 1r v This is Headquarters for Itf I4f1t tqrf p rV J 16 THE BLUE BELLE j iJFtiE PERIiECTIQN SVc l 4 v r THE PURITAN MJ AllaJardnrncs Call at our store snll Ilet us slioiv mif1 the t I5meits4pfrilsemakes v a j Edeen i 2 8 Barbet I L qRADIUM FRciMVSEA WATEi rcfctsor of Unversity of AIalam- Believes RiohesTMay Be ObUined VV From tHe Ocean f j Prof Stewart ElbyJgjvthe Urn varsity of Alabama has r ceniyrnibj Ushwl the results of an examinaTiisD for Tsdiumof BaJnpleofHvater ob ttainedi in tile Gulof irexieoiabou two hundred mlles southof Mobile and has given in thist i connection resume of the results obtained bv OUter investigators in measuring trtf radium content of sea water fM wtritec explains thaf the growing S ognition of radium as animpert nl tqtosprings and river waters for the ilsII ment while our greatest resen 4j radium the ocean has teceiv d butJ little attention Jely who or ihiined samples from several oceans and sea obtained a value fSr the rolrin opn tent so high that it cannot lhie recon ciled with the values Ut inC bv Eve and Satterly for tINortht At antic and Lloyd for the Gulf of Mexico Excluding Joljfs rosulta the author finds the average to be 12X1012 grain of radium per liter of sea water whicU would maketlie total radiuin content of the xwan about 140Q ton =Scientifici Ameri tan CRUISERS OFNAVIEV lot Aitogether Easy to Understand Why the Name Should Have Been QlvenThemV It iis certainly strange that one particvlar clOse of slip should have been singled out for the tjticoff cruisers more especially as thy roit majority of them nave a much smaller cruising capacity tap th6 lljeityof haticships Our Jiml- phij to which the word vaa applied the admiralty then spelt it with a z were the picturesque vessels the old Amphion cless launched OfI lasS and shortly after a clean as fflotlG of tli4iriii corvette In the steam era the word cruiser has become associatedi more particularly with speed though there is no appar eat connection Many cruisers now doing useful work are too consid erably slower than modern buttle strips whIle the 25kno QjiWil EJi abetks are nomjnally as fast as and probably in practice faster1 tlien the battle cruisers ofVtIC Invincible group Those 15inch battleships ought really to be grouped with the battle cruisers with which they have ecviral points in comm iiI4ondon GlobeSAWAITING HER ORDER iiss Gadders tolls me she has just met a French count who says he tw her in Paris and greatly admired h r A French count oh If lie a1l- yjw hot in PAris llL1et I know what he was doingVr tVelllVHo was probably loaning in an ficcant attilude over the bock of hor okiiir with a pencil poised in one Kandiand a writing pad in tliC other VIHIT3V DIFFERENT v Bibbof say4 he kopt Ids glass upside down most ft the timot at flue 5VbanquetISo he did irith tho open end ol- inIt his face Boston EvenIng VrunsoripL AEROPLANE The firsttuertMCu aeroplane vtas aiade by the 7rijjhtbrothorV of Day ttQn 0 whom o their ovirmen orabk flight at Kftty Hawk N C in IDflcember lD03l For thr e years nftpr that tlioreAvro but two men who could fly Wilbur and Grvl113 tTright Since 1900 the ndvance1hpsV Uetn olwndnionQl da the present European war cloftrijnroyiis 5Pne future of the aaroplaueho man cud tellViF = Can Ybu Afford Any but TitIiV Kerosene Engine p- iATrpr sent average prices for kerosene and gasoline Titan kerosene eiigines save t their wI ers about iic per horse power per f1J hour over gasoline engines v l Figr it thisi way On an 8 horse engine the say ing is SSc an hour 88c in a iohour d1Yi88irt 100 days qf work Say that is all your engliiei dpein a year VIt would cost you88 more than you need to pay to run an 8horse gasoline engine one year That is more Vthan a third of the price of the engine Canyouaffordto- throawtty 88 ayear Can you affdrd evento think of buying a gasoline engine when you can get a fltii that uses kerosene See the Titan dealer and talc this over He has some interesting figures to show you iInternational Harvester Cdmpaajr of America 7 lacorpcnttd VV l iTitan kerosene engines ere acid br T1 Mtfcliire Sinjtns UW i1t1J A GALLTO HEADQUARTERS 1 iI VVLot Humpkey Modernize your old Buggy or Automobile in thOIJi1 Latest Style of PaintiogVMr Robt Hiibach 13again inchorgeof my Paint d par m and hssuresyou Uptojdate Firatciasl work Why uot have sBcstV y Let Iluinkey equip yonr vehicles with Rubber Tires Auto andVU Buggy Tires The Itest made J v s I I I IVttIVVGeueral Repaic Work mall Bra chei I- HENRY HUM IE- Lone280JIEBANON KY iTii2rt OYAL king Powder Saves Health f VV and f Sves Money t and I Makes Better Food t jL Va c r tVVViVV Dr RJ HAMILTON 6VRI NC5FJELD KY L P ffcce on Main Cross Street Pnoni f 730 lo 830 A Hourpace 100 to 300 r J DR J C MUD Pljiiciui and Surgeon 81o9amOffice hnurto2 pi 4OVer Hayljons Uriiff Store v DfcJI fr HYATT r Office over r Springfield ttLte Dank Oflepiours 1080 a m 1tiGRIGBYI TTORNEYATLA 4pOIc over People Bank 4 BPRINOPIELD KY OR wiF TRU- SiDENTIST rY-l f Office over Bavdon Barber lp fltttal worJc at reasonable price work guaranteed 9 DORSET DORSEY LAWYERS prIPkg1Ie1 Loutsvill c 10 years experiehceat Loun- viLe bat Special attention cgljections and adjustments SPECIAL TO WOME Tfce most economical cleansing ind Bermlcldal of all antlfleptlca is f tnf1IIrtItt thtb 6pPowdcr to W diiMlved in water as needed As amedicinal antiseptic for douchob In treating catarrh Inflammation or ulccratlon of no e throat aad that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal For ten years the Lydia E Flnkham Medicine Cohas recommended Paxtine in their private correspondence with women whIch proves Its superiority 1 Women who have been cured say it is worth its eight In gold At druggists BOc large L2X or by mall Xh Paxtorf TollSt Co Boston Moss TREES =J ShadoandFrht Trees Straw herryv Planisv Grape Vines Slirubs Asparagus Rhubarb Hedging etc Everytbftig for Orchard Lawn and Garden No Agents Free Catalog IL FcHillemeyer Son 1841 Lexington Ky 191- 6DSTOMACHOUBLE r l 4Yields to Ddici6na Vino Shreveport LnI had a bad stom ach trouble for years and became so weak I could hardly walk or do any work Myjappetite food would not gStI bioaJdw svery weak andnervous I tried many remedies without help I saw Vinol adver tised and toped it end now my stomach gQ i 9flWi91y circi1 wolLE 111m 1 MARSHALL Vinol is guaranteed to tone up the tired over taxed and weakened nerves Of the stom4i imdcreate strength t = = rLImportant Biseovery The dlst very ota prehistoi Ic pueb Jo Igjijltgu canyon In thd Navajo BOuma1nVoj A rlzona bat added ma tfirlally td tha arcliaclogical doinlor ments of the yearlfrt contains at least elghtyfoujr rooms or apartments which are all mOIc or less connected With each other In taae of thesb 8lbt IfltfiPgltlng ifiggfESBS off 5B5i8Bt jmndlwork have been fqand Among ttt m la a large handsom T haw cov ore Ithe1abo which Ila In cob reserr UMaplthougb it is MBg to be ct leosWr thousand years oP- Beads of Jade and other material baskets prayer sticks a large variety I bt potter Including several good sized chits In the rare black and white ware and some ornate moccasins of yucca flber are among the articles iiateij from tb8 8ltf TYing TUSJ w be added to tho imacum of the Val varftntkrI7nI V Science and Nature Ono n tours si Js nlnslisail eOn ryr oni 1850 onwards was the extraordinary progress of science and the Interpretation of nat re Everywhere It was discovered that by keeping close to the sphere of reality by seeking to understand nature we were able to make largQ progress not only In knowledge but alsoin the a practical conveniences and utilities of life If science won successes In the 1- ntollectualzphere they were rapidly adapted to thuses of mankind nnd the conquest over nature meant no onlY definite mental acquisition hilt larger material comfort r Thus the keynote of the ticiA b Mtarallsm la thought and atililaiu I toB IB moral and social life ITOLLEV CA3 Cl va fGonductorjI Want toitl off at iLifiyette gs strceL L A WistL suse t IS iIir fr ti 4 4fiyettet i43iKLlAlld that strcclulbufceK jilef Tb dsxe you didiITei r I ycIcd Lafeyc u loud u Iviilil 7m- Ii WIUiI IiIi TOWN w W W tOvi UUUQ9A U vp =iLocI Happenings of The Freshest and Latestt i All About Vourself Friends and Acquaintance IM wJIwI7cM r Sport hats at popular price i Wathen Blanfor PprSale White Lpghoni egj s j5or75cCT Spaldintf Phone 3i03 f jFor Saley200 toot tobacr bcicl 9 B W Neikir 4RtThreeroom flat onMain Street lsM Campbell J1M1ats atyourown price rorn25ct up l x Williams Williams f lLo t On Main Street Springfield or rear Be emanu Harness shop a roll cf musi Finder will please returnhtojthTlpiSj office On last Sunday aftermf while Mr H M Moss was awa y from home some one made bold to enter his premises and ialrel 25 of his fine PljDcouth Rock- chickeosIthinI summer in Dress Hats ace Semi Dress in Sport styles Tailoredand1and1 be here Williams for you 1 FOR SALE1ForcJ touring car and one International truck in firstclass order cheap Caippbell Bros One ol me icidtnj attracticus of the coming Chuutauqua wilt be the lecture on Sunday June liLt when Dr W A anffeld President of Central University WillllectureTwentieth Century Dr Gac field is foremost amoQg the edit cators jf the State of Kentucky and isa very fluent speaker who never Tails to entertain his i hearers The cosing exercises of Elm wood Academy will be held on the evenings of June 7 h and 8th in a large tendon the school proucds The program will don1 sist of dramas music drills ttc iIIlbeploses thJ 25 h year of this poyntertta DO1schoolj L rcAJar11 t l Citizens of tlie tuwn Wlre dts ucbed on last Saturday afer- oon when the tire warm R und id The department was ready i ptoceeded1oard learned that the hCDseI occupied by Tiuia Mantz fire However the blaze gained little headway whn hadII covered and wag sum under MiSS THURSDAY ftcrnoon Crand Concert SmithSpring Holmes j Evening PonoottUonqerf gmltl prlngllolmc8Orclies trB Quintet Lecture Americas Destiny Dr Gee Bradford FRIDAY Morning Childrens Hour The Why Stories1 1 Miss Mildred McGormitk Afternoon Qonccrt be announced LJc IreliThe story of My Exile Qount AlexandcFAI Lochwitsky Evening Concert be Innounce- dLetureEnterhinment The Native New Zei r5 Y PUalt V f rulni Ohlldens Hour Stories roMthe jli88jC8l Mlkg Mildred McCormick t V Aftienioon Concert Bimlah rock Quartet Co Lecture Th Oolden FUece and Vommunity Building Dr 1icerck E Hopklna TOPICS II- c i troll The damage to thepro erty was slilbt To The Public The Womans Club h scbarge tof the advance sale of seas UiilWl1icbschool grounds June 813 The advance price of geaso tickets is 00 Cbildion 4j4 tto years of age season ticket SI Tickets may be had from any member of tne Club Out of town people are requested t telephone Mrs Rees Presidfn of Club Mrs Pettus Mrs C Bbsley or Mrs C McElroy tjLregard to securing tickets rPOt finyher information see articleeniiUed GlubNotes in another Column DeJication of Grotto 3 On last Sunday afternoon tbe dedicatory exercises of the Ne GroUp of gourdes at St Oath arincs were held A very elo quent sermon was delivered bv Father Crojvley of Louisville after iwhichthe statu9 of thc Virgin Mary at the Grotto was 3rowripd Then the G rotlo wai ledicatediy Father Schraedei orf St Rose the ceremcfnies clos ng with Benediction The Grotto stands out in front4 of the uilding near the road and has been pronounced by critics to be one of the finest Wtiks of its kind jn tne country t f St C tharines Commencement We rare pleased toacknowledge r ceiptofi invitation to St Oath ripe Commencement exeicisrs which wUl be held in St Catha jars hail June 13th beginning t930aA M Every one knows the high cass commencements hat are hold at St Catharines rbis honored institution has for tore than a century been send jurth graduates who are mong the most prominent peo e of ttte country Thirteen ears Ago it suffered the loss of a tits property but Phenix like jtispiung from its ashes rfgreatr e institution than before It cOn now boast one of the largest utldings of any schooll in the uuntryv and the work cf the good Sisters id known far aiid wide 4 Summer School Here The tteachers ofl die county are to have a great 6pportuntty tht sumwerotitnpraving ttiera lives iii their clioseri work and t the same time making easier for tem to discharge the nerous duties imposed upon thein as Prof Covin will begin on Juue the 5lha four weeks telJIJOf school for tho benefit oi- letaolie Thetuuisn will- be reasonable and nreaclt of all beinJi only 5 for tiie entir iernl How to aid lljo teucher runl srnoos u ho has bomauv ibjects tOtthl to cMiniuntf = i = CHADTADQDA PROGRAM L SPRINGFIELD JUNE sisUYUREY VVILLlAMSsSupfiVintendent I1 ED McCORMICK liiih1ren j Workor Aft ociilliislC 00 P M EveDiig Music BOO P M Afle onJLe t 9iO P is Evening Entsrtalimen 88O FM- Ptf jOrg II to to In 2 6 V J p it EveningI Grand Concert I lltiulflh llLItl1QirnFt8UCRipiuiy MONDAY Morning HEAtini DAY Hdrenp Hour Stoncref Laughter Miss Mildred McCormick Afternoon Lecture lIealthflnd Happiness Dr Chsrles E Barker livening Lecture ond Physical Demonstration Hw toLiveiqj Years DrCharlea E Barker TUESUAY Mofning ChildrensHour HollowTree Stories Miss Mlldrfid McCormick Afternoon Grand Concert ranklirYlandlJfSBlindi EveningII P Mj Mother Goose Festival Miss Mildred McCormick and Children 815 PM Grand Concert Frank Kryl and His Band 1 t 4- t JH t SPRINGfI5 PPDRY CLEAN1NG CO i tS tsBshed and Pressed 35c 4 Kid Glqviis Cleaned 15c Straw HttJi Cleaned and Rieblonked We dry cleantwi i ce aweek Tuesday and Friday t LEVI lINICHOLS ftopr Phone 154 jMext Door tc Clerks Office W+ = = some cf the work ardaTt ne same time give betteiJs rvice to- the pupil iis a subject t at lJaR engaged the attention of be lee ing educators of the s Iii It is easy to see how diffict t it iii a for eacher to hear li rtvfi1 recitations in a day rthis is about the number requin d untf the old system teaming n1I gtadesaud we consitiie fact thatihkallows but ten qiel minutes to each cass it is a P p trent that the pupil is not getting the bestout of the eachers time becau e it is In possible lo hiar a class property ibi that time However this great prpblemJii been solved by tbose who have gi zen their time and attention 0 this subject and the solution Ii alternation and correltionf r example w hen u child sstudyiu the settlement of the Iew Eng land States tie can at the salDe time study these from eograpl ioal standpoint and F on through the various studies TL proper application of all ernall on and correlation will sjulve many of the teachers troubles and special attention will be give this subjaci during the summer term and that the teuchers WllI1 be undera mastroniLIe subjec is evidenced by they fact tbnt Proi C lvind Rprvipt4iarn itf de1 land all over the state as an in titute I bjrMarried in Jefferajpnvilic- Mr Robert Chooser El oiul Miss Laura Hdrdin 18 land Mr homas Wall 71J a fiwraier whoa wife died in 1911 and Mrs Mititt tie RoyallY J6tof W shil1 ounty were married in lefferson villa last we k L WilsonSettle s J Mr Creed Settles aid 11rsj lilisa Wilson werejmarried at- the ClerKs office yosterdwybj Rev EL Mitchell1tilE elft el I Mr Hannibal Tayldii nd Mis s vie Click wre n an el ycsXer d y The g OIDJ l nt son uf Iri Mary C Tayli aud the bride Is a daughter cfr rr Feli JlicUth are resiii rtsof the rrli 2k Creek neighborl d CarpenterMay Mr Dee Mc ray aiid MiQ NorA l renter we i marriott onday The groou son Mr Watty MuOuv Iho- brido is a daugDt 1 1a Mr Y r a rp nh p HardinlI nts1Mrs Kate Uartiiu iod sephs InQrmury ii Louisville unduy May 281b he w sTO vearsot iigc andn auLhter U- Ite late George Thq rnaiT ind serst of the llitq Lee Thunnan m jfy i Hl sli r iij d jn- m irriage to the late II U Han j in who was at that ime Choir J iiicegfthe C ntickY Jourt o Appeals SIn liv Ittrplnr i gf part of heHifeui I was high Iv real ded J iiner1 lseii4si 81rl LUdOIwore conj utifeu liSPJS Monday I PjJdIj 1J dasire tosell prllAtsy y- farm of acrs localeI1E15 miles from Upringfield i adjolnio farmo tJJ MikeMacUiaand Mort j place Farm i14 gpod strong and pas on A a good five IltLnd dwelling good stock barn watered both with vets and Springs Porjfurther information call on r SAM SMLTHH LI R 2 CASTORSAFor rGA sitU Ohilren JiiKtad YouHaYiAvajfsBdugnt Bears the PISipntur of PERSONAL Mr Al xMtiuLgmery of Vie hove is viMjing his sister Mi Fattio Bl ridftlrd Mrs Wai toir Leachinunenti r tanod at Bridge Tuesday in honor of Mrs Bohaunon cf- Shslbyvilh f Mr and MrslTouUSpalding r B irdstown ere h6re Sunday Mr a dMrs John C Shad II were in Louisville iho first or the week Miss Vivian NtiUey is visitir friend in Louisville this week Misses Gladys and AlargI Walker are visltiiig friends And ieatives in Lebanon this week Mrs T ScoW Mayes Bud daughter May of Louisville wei guests of friends h re this wtek Messrs H M Gruhdy J McElroy L B Cain J A Boo ware Will Wharton R E For W A Waters Jr J O Po I icL in aydonjohnEcElroy HnuiiltSn Robertson and W C McChnrd Jr attended tho Fourth Gb Jgtgssiorial Distric k13 ankersm iiiittTffTTnBCT BBarth twn TnesdayVl the dlegr lion from hare i on me back df lighted ith4way in whicl he BardstownfoJk had enter twined them ifrlJ J1 n vdoti who hao boeli attend i ciail at IJX iiiLon is lmir ft tbstimum MkSQS MtT il iierare- Io vsilcdtr tivu o tlu- tli4 or lie VJ Mr Nclr vtliu of Lubitor visited friyuds huu tile Jlrst ot tuc week Mr and Mrs Robert Bolmnoi oSbelbyvile visltwl Mf 1cJ Mrs Walter E LeacUuran Ii rat of the week Mrs Gorga Gfocn of Louis yuLe was called home on account of the llltiess0f her fa h T 1- 2IJ r A Sludor IJKEEPS CHICKENS AT WORK Chicago Man Employs Unique Device to Increase Production of Egos During tao Cold Weather resident of Chicago is reports u bkvo devised a way to keop lift chIc OPS up to their work during the win terl ieSson wfeen tfeo EbSft dg hUff an undeslrablo effect on thcr produc tion of qggs His plan Is to provtlc his chickens with artinclal light to Work by and ohM inalallod a MrlN of plectrlc lights In his scheme according to the Electrical Review At six in the morning I turn on the with and tho fowls get up thinV Ins U Is daylgntI Tfio KghtS SK turned off at daylight when the neigh bars fowls are just arising Ait four the lights aro turned on again and they aro kept going until nine at night when I turn out except the two candlepower lamps These give Just sufficient light to give the tip ponranco ot dusk and the fowls begin gains to Foost I loavo tluMinali lamps lit all night so that if any of the fowls want to get up at night to sat they can do Elev n days af the lights were Installed the dally Ilerernge jtimped from 26 eggs tt6 SI During the molting season under the old custom when most of tho fowll was going to feathers instead of eggs had only 11 eggs a day Now I get 52 a day during tho moiling season liy my method I keep tho chlckenc thinking they are gettlng the earns amount of daylight all tho year round tad I am keeping them thinking all Lho lImo Pacific Kelp In a recent rtolojntli8 JoHfiml si Agricultural Research Mr Guy n Stewart pf the University of California krlcultural experiment station die cussos tho kolps of the Paojfle coast is a source of nItrOgen As a ii lt authorjtt l in fresh field 111waIvoj quickness but it is of minor com mercial importance Macrocystis purl era changes slowly in the soil but the vallablllty of its nitrogen is incroaled It It is used fresh or at least only pirtly dried Unfortunately macrocys Js must be dried until trlsp in order tp grind readily Tho drying should not bo continued longer than is noces ary and the kelp should not beI 8cor bed of overheated In the same ournal another California chemist Mr D It Hoagland gives a Aotalled IGCOUflt oE tllS 8rpnS aMLiHSHJ lor Pacific Coast Kolps Incidentally he deals with certain interesting eco iomlcv juostlonsin regard to kefp lainely the possible feeding value ot kelp to man or animals the utilirar Ion of its organic byproducts andthe lestructivo distillation of it for com Qcrcliil uses For alrthreo purposes Its usefulness appears to bo slight aJ = TI 11 I SUMMER NOVELTIES Are constantly bfeing added to- out stocks and it L alrjleasure to have you see them U R I I 1J1 25035Oand500Each Smart Styles Ladies white Wash Waists correct styles ready made Silk Middy Blouses from 150 I New very latest Ladies r Good showing Silk to 150 per pair II The new shapes in ladies Pumps in kids patents whitest i I Full TennIs Shoes Oxfords and Dancing Pumps i 1 A Few Specials for This It Ladies Crepe Kimonos in attractive colors worjh lv5Ot t special 98c tt Ladies Creye Dressing Sacques all colors worth 69c sp Ghll Corset Covers nicely trimnifJa 48c value 35cf special prjce I CottonHuck Towels 20x40 worth 2 I2c special p rice 231Extra good and large Counterpane worth 15O special Curtains ext a good length value 125 special 98c NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS HERE 1 I The RobrtsnC1aybrooke Cog I Q1 Inc jt 1Icf c jf4 1 Young John Marshal AVrHma the season at my stables mil from Sufiigii 4r m the Pleusal HprJu1 lech Iork turnpike at 8 To Insure a Living ColtI Young John Mars al iv 4years old und was sired by John Marshal and out of a very fine Jennet Last season he served 10mareS and got 10 colts 5 of thorn rede orrels Season mney d o when fact is as c rtain dmate parted with or bred elsewhere Care takon to pre ont ac ctdents but teot responsible should an occur Lien roUined on all colts tor payment of service fee G W FEN WICK Prince Peavii1ej Will make the season of 916 at my tables three mill from Springfield on Lincoln Hbn turnpik at 5S To Insure a Living Coltt PeiRcc Peavine is by next Pe vine 1716 Vtct yRex VcptfnnIdC83Jhe by Hex Denmark H40 lit dvm Bourbor Belle RG3O by Bourbon Jvingl7- nme tfenme iiueprovefl a foodt ireedtrS l rAarrimoth Clark and Sam To Insure A Living Colt Mammoth Clark sired by Clark he- by ltVJUIS si Giant lie by Johw silOS JlJIIJ let tri by nuyJ Slack Hawk he by CJov Wood Sam was foaled August Slat I9101jy 5 M Cecils Jackhe by Parrots Jack out of a Jennet By Sainston The dam of this Jack wasi uy Big Alacb ajtjj fa YJuhnhe boat thule jack in Marion county Lien retained on all colts to secure- ikyimmitf service foe Uare taken roepoieibhihouki RS Mudd t f No Use The clviiaus who the Hervlcw of th iflieJv98 and their tao for cars to convey the Fatherlands holiday filfwto the German troops II tha trenches at the front were sum monad before a gray old Bavarlaa 18 ICUULV receive Jl1liUgn up as t0 their behavior In the eaemy3 country the general explained to them tha1 they might xpect In passing thrpugl village to bt Qred on by franc iirutrV andaJfled ltfeat Uie perSonS ftho flredtlro shots might not always be men entitled to bear arms Take an said he fixing bU eagle eye upon one pf the volun H Leers suppose you havo entered a Belgian village and while you nro spinning along through the market iquaro there Js a lively fusillade dtl treeledt j at yot from tno surrounding oiiniljnn louses You turn toward your assail its and nothing but empty win lows 9oly In the second story of house an old woman is peering twt What yould ypu do In that case Mr Meier ldnotllook baok was thz roplj yeaS Man Drives Horses While John Q Qcrrltscn sat dwid but bolt upright on thc wagon seat the lax rains hanging between his flngbrs his team ot horrorI traveii safely for more miles tho winding valley road at the foot ot Garret mountain from LodI to Rchfl ld N Gorrllsan slxtysertn years old of 341 Paaealp avenue LodI was one of Jio largest contractors in that vcln ity some ynars ago 5 started to irivo from his hdtno to bo Marley stonb quarry at Rlchfiold Often his team has passed over the road to tho quarry At tho fmlllar end of the lojrney the horses stopped An t r In i irritR 5i t 1 J 0 in 1 The inf Drew Good things in T SOc to line of the Neckwear Hosiery 29c dull and line I price Week 9c Lace rIornted voluntoerod fEnfll examplo stlffetitag tlCImyailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed Ien Bell Telephone Service on the farm enablel you Pto get the veterinary quickly i Ii IItalso keeps you in touch with the markets and your neighbors Ifthere is no telephone on yurhfarmwnt to day for our Free BookleLrr 1 t Address vfc v lr Farmers Line Department t t CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE 4 TELEGRAPH COMPANY I INCOftoRAT1C3t tI4L441 1l1l1l Iii COMBINATION ffQuart Honse AND Saloon I1 Old Willow pfins Whiskey Jf4 Spring 1908 eigIt summers per iaL 400 f 0 Spring 1910 iixiummcrt Ie 3 00 Spring 1Q12 fotic lumraieri 240y fs SpnDsz 1913 three summers u 7JIH JJLOO d3 t if We fiIlourGoe4sau etr SaIes I14i k WeBearGovernnvtW IiisctN v c Twelve kind Bbttlcdm Bondl ftiP4v V Whiskey t1ind brandtP r Quart 3 VVHEADQUARTERS FOR r U- f 7 Brandies Vmes Cordials Alchobol l Gm and vary 1 1 tiling kept in a firstclass Whiskey Hono t 11 ItJ W RIBDEL ofBp fi 1t J 2- LI LEBAMON KY rf vou need anythInin this line Why mjtty wrltl j ijm f a man yon know will glVt yom sque 4ul t j Iti ia PhYSiC MS Adviae i bowels and prevent the HMM tt i1thethe uSe of goodlaxaUvc to keep open too from Kptf i into yuursystem Ivs4rho Lit product ofsclence Is VELVO taxabve Weryrup psrIy reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Veivo acts on the vec U Wft oU1J J lw lt lifJ mgiffllt81 b efHElCJ II C4IIiJIJ headache fevertshness colic et TrYr YE LV n LAXA7JIVE i ljSYJP4 ifAH- i T i FRANK KRYL AND HIS BAND COMING L1 lk v4fI J MERE GHAUTAUQUAt WEEK V FRANK KRYL and Ills band will give two concerts on nnd Day Chautauqua week one In the after noon and one In the eenlng Mr Kryl besides being director of this 4 bond Is also soloist on th6 French horn He was educated In music In CARIES FOR THE UNKNOWfl ra Patriotic Work Undertaken by Gor man Women That Is of Real Sqrv 4 Ice to the Fatherland A correspondent of the Companion In Germany writes of a touching thing that the lonely women of tho nation kayo done women who have no sous BO husband no brother no father in Ike war who are perhaps too old or too feeble to nurse or to be otherwise Active No one knows where the idea started but some women of that sort r reror mother they begged to be put et Communication with those soldiers inI r i The names of soldiers were sent io these w Den this strange name and that the names of men whom theyJ did not know and had never seoul Each woman chose one or two soT diers to be her especial care TheJ childless mothers sent gifts and sewed and knt for the motherless sol diors Now and then came in returnI fieldIt for the package of warm things r imagine my surprise The njall ar rived Iexnected nothing but I was t a the onjy one to receive a package T alone the orphan From you I re dived the only package 2 ever got in my UfelIsoldiersIaada gentle lonely soul wept for him whom she had never known He had strongtieMIS silent life with the mighty fate 4 of her vountry She who had novel been a mother had become a volun CompanionLH TOOK SPLINTER FROM HEART t Kictraordlna y Operation That French iSqh Surgeoni Are Reported to Have Successfully Carried OutIAn operation unique In the annal f surgerY the extraction of a frag j xnent of handgrenndo from the boartI t A was described recently at the Paris Academy of Medicine by Professor Armalngaud of Bordeaux The patient a young Parisian ser scant of rather delicate constitution who was present at the session was wounded at St Hubert In the Ar 4S gonne on October 1 A splinter one half Inch square and oneeighth inch thick lodged In the heart where r remained four and a half months On February 17 Dr Maurice Beaussenat Schief of the ambulance In the flue- Jacques Duliyl Neullly undertook to extract Jt Ono the heart ifas laid open tho difficulties began he fragment was yerr awkward to catch and slipped from lhi forceps several tfmea bcforo ttcould be extracted but the heart continued to beat all the time Al t though complications were feared Sbnverything went well and the ser L Ceant could be considered curod a 5ksonth after Members of the acad ay were able to see for themselves norSwStnilyrJand that a cure had been a VTlJchDd beyond all Aoubfc rt Q1at Little Matter ji A certain captain of industry com con1tract5TMOne beauty about those contracts is Sheir strict honesty There aro no palms to grease wasnt always so In war conr tracts In tact Jthey tell a story about a war contactor who once broke the silence of his club reading room with a dreadful JdgbIWhats the matter a brother con tractor asked Alas alas1 said the first con t3Sr tractor Tve Just bought 5000150GI ialt1lofshbes at 1 a pair ImIj5 41oss1 Loss said the other con t tractor What are you talking about I man On pairs of shoes with i 1 jtflvedoUar profit how can theta be s loss l t451t My dear felloW said the first con- tractorr sadly you forget the little matter of commissionsjj Atthi Boarding MoUse I tewi Cook anxiously There are p jt 14 more to t served maam andI i yr MCkW wt dirty dishes tY Tiito y H 11 George get Jha 1 paTyTCsrIIMl Widow r sS- c4 t t j r WagonerA that sonata is the inosi i INt5i I ever heard g e Tattle of furaltu t I f0 Uit mil hollow L i the Lus cal Conservatory of Prague He has been in this country some twentyfive years during which time he tins played in all the leading cities of America For some time Mr Kryl was with the woll known Inncs Baud Later At the Telephone The printed Injunction Dont Jig tIe the hook Is seen In conspicuous places all ovor New York city having been placed bjr tho telephone omp In order that Its patrons may nJI that the way to get the best service out of the system Is to be sane and gentle with the apparatus There are people who do not know that IP central does not respond proiajptlj and properly the way to attract her at tentlon Is to move the receiver hook up and down slowly very slowly It such Is the hurried ones conduct a Uny electric lamp Is flashed before the face of the operator If the hook is Jiggled rapidly there Is ito lamp lighted at all and the operator goes about her work serenely Indifferent to the perturbed state of the person at th other end of the wire By seeing n woman at a telephone when lid Is la a hurryand at oth times ne ocan easily gain an insight Jnto her character The querulous cranky woman flying to plere at tbe phone Is frequently sew She hQulcl have Dont jiggle thB hook framed over the telephone staud Hats as Peace Tokens Hero is a beautiful hospital story recorded by Rev William Sellers n his now book With Our Fighting Men A colonels wife was making the round ot a military ward whenshe noticed a wounded soldier toying with a Gorman helmet Well sho said to the soldier tsuppose that means that you killed your man Well naw quietly responded the soldier You see it was like this He lay on the field pretty near me with an awfu bad wound and blocdln away somethin terrible I was losin a lot of blood too Ira my leg but I managed to crawlup to him and bound him up as well as I could and ho did the same for me Nawthin of coorsa was said between us I knew no Ger jnan and thc lther man not a word o English so when hed done not main boo else tee thank him I just smile 1 and by way of token handed him mj Glengarry and he smiled back and give mo his helmet Youths panIon tBees comI Get Susy on Train Returning from the Oregon hills iafysr spending several days In the mountains hunting Mr and Mrs Edwin Bender brought In addition to considerable game a pastobcard box with a swam of bees they captured In the woods a WHlIamsport Pn dispatch to the Philadelphia Inquirer states On account of the cold the bees were easily handled but when they word taken Into the steamheated passenger coach of a Northern Central train at Trout Run they began to get busy and In a few minutes emerged from numerous punctures that had been made to give them air Jn less time than It takes to tell the passengers had I all fled to tho next coach and the bees hold tho fort for some time Finally tho conductor put on a pair of gloves made a dash into t08ltdthe1not before he had been caressed oo the nose by a hotfooted ono GETBEST MILK lit WINTER Recent Investigations Serve to Show That Form fPopular Impressions Have Been Wrong thatImilk butter and other dairy products are at their best In the spring and Bummer when tho CQws have the best pastures But recent investigation conducted by tbe Massachusetts state board of health fall to boar out this widespread popular belief They indi cato on the contrary that under cur rent conditions the milk obtained in summer Is if anything somewhat in ferior in quality to that obtained in the winter when the cows are shut up In stables At a temperature of 50 degrees the bacteria in milk will increase in litty labours from three to thirty times UM initial number while at 70 degrees thoy will multiply 40000 times This iIs why milk should be kept cold Milk will not sour for several days It paeUwt In Ice easy to Open Gatef j A ofthegate Is totheninnyinstancestthe ordinary hinge Is not strong eaon b iiIstotground The use ot a wheel makes it unnecegBary to lift the OpOIicr he played aUthe Chicago WorMs Fair and at every great exposition since cluding the recent one In San Fran cisco He has played the FrcnqJ horn In the Chicago Symphony Orchestra directorI GOT1pEAFROMSUBMARIEInventor t How He Came to Think Abut ItheIn the Popular Science Monthly and Worlds Advance William DuWitr the Am jr can electrical enginoer lie ItS rslr to Europe bOUtI of ll jiliicJ ji h vmaehts to devise a system of harbor defense against hosjUe su1 marines describes the experiments which led to the adoption of a remarkable microphone submarine detector Although ItIs impossible to see a deeply submerged submarine Mr Du bilier believed hat there was a method of detecting its exact location in the water lu describing his experiments he says Supposo that a submarine gave forth a sound of some kind would It net be possible to devise some form of Apparatus by which it could be heard That was the starting Idea of the experiments that I conducted for tho allied Government At once the boating of the propel lers of a submarine suggests itself It Is not characteristic enough Motorboats steamships und other power driven vessels have propellers and al though their period of vibration Is dif ferent from that of any other engine driven craft some other sound roust be sought something as distinctive as the call of a robin or the neighing of a horso something that by no poe ilblo chance can bo mistaken for an other sound aI found what I sought in the weird shrill hum of a submarine Others had heard the hum long before I began my experiments Jt was taken for euglnt vibration But it lIs much too high In pitch for that as I found by actual tests I soon convinced myself that the line shrill almost singing note that an be heard when the Diesel engines Are cut off and the submarine lia trav cling under power derived from hei storage batteries is due entirely to her electric motors The bound Is unmistakable Step into any central station where electric power JR generated tc light a city and you will hear the hun of a submarine There Ts tu difference to the oar To devise a moans of detecting this sqund at great diitancei was the obJe t of my experimenting The microphone at once suggested itself as a suitable instrument ant with its use asubniarino could be heard at a distance of fifty miles Australian High Private Giving his natae as John Wren a Tuan applied at tho Melbourne Aus ralla town hail a few days ago for enlistment Ho said his business was racing writes an Associated Pre3 correspondentAre owner of the race courses asked tho surprised nv cruiting officer Yes horepliod Ho is perhaps the mostt widelyl kndWfi 6ff AUStfilltl mil lionaires Ho owns several racecourses a newspaper or two and Is Interested In a groat variety of Indus trial enterprises He gave 2 500 as a prize to the first Australian td win the Victoria cross Wren passed all the tests and was promptly ticketed as a private in a newly formed regiment He gvi his f an fortvthree Iodine for Treating Wounds Many Inquiries reach the editor of this page on how best to apply iodine o a cut or abrasion in order to pi rent It from becoming infected One of the most convenient methoR is to argo 3 stick impregnated with lodiir These can bo obtained at any drw iThre They come in bunches parked venty In a small glass tube The Up of each stick has a hoed Hko a match made of resublimatcd iodine per cent and iodide of potassium 10 per cent This when dipped In water lIberatos an average 10 percent solution which should be applied frte lyle tho cut and left to dry in using iodine it is essential to remember that no wet droaeJug may he applied Exposure to the air will 10 no harm and the sore should be covered only when there danger t belijg Irritated by coming in con tact with foreign bodies and thus be tnr torn open CAUTIOUS BAEV Knickcr Who doesthc baby looJc like Becker He is neutral New York Times FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING Top ivhafs a psfinhwtM A ipiin wbos seasick during lila entire vovage of life Qnan to bed n o l the well known rin nnatl Orchestra Frank Kryl Is a bt1ier of Rohumir Kryl the widely kiJivi band trader and cornet t anal mni has made music his life waarl4j When a mere boy he made his flirdt violin from a cigar boxIbOLD NAMES FOl NEW SHIP I Appellations of Faml us Sea Fighter May Agfrln Be edln Amer lean Flj et Should congress prj vide for the coo atructlon ofseveral ti ittlo cruisers th navy department will In all probabllitr name the new ships iftor several It mous old frigates vhlch helped t make American hlstoi y the Clncinnat IflRa Star states The starting of a ij tvr class of ship In our navy makes pi sslble the carry- Ing out of this Iden1 Under the prus eat system of naval omenclature bat tleships are named a tor states cruls era after cities and t rpedo craftS after naval heroes Collie rsibear mbrb or teas classic names h le underwater craft have been design ted by Useful but ROt significant Id lers and numer als Communities f course have taken great Interest In ships bearing their names but at tao same time the present rule has bee i icsponalble for the disappearance fn m the navy lists of many names whf h ire alive with historic Interest a tho flavor of naval tradition If the navy dcro tent puts Into wye the idea now uSe consideration Americans will in tfj r w years glory In the spectacle of d nbommo Rich std a Constellation r maybe a Hart ford once more goln it sea under tie flag Thee famous c onetltutionls still carried althon h nominally on the naval lists As as she will float Americans vl that she keep her honored But there are still left plenty bfIg names which should be pr and lion ored In our modern j irLOCK OF IAP iONS HAIR Relic of EmperorS Ipttained During His St Helena h rlsonrhent Sold In Ntw fork A llock of Napoleoi mapartas hzlr obtained while he p at St Hdlen was bought by Ge r t D Smithfelr J10750 at the John sale inthe Andcrsoil hones at Now York It Is preeiwithin folio sheets of celluloid nd was accompanied by a letter ot ajp Thomas Pop pleton of the Fifty I Itt regiment who was permanont or dr yovor Bonaparte until the clo8 pi June 1817 The library of the N braska unlver city paid U80 fot a finn copy of John Kingsboroughs Ar kjultlea of Max co published In j ndon in 182iriS I JP Lewis gave J8 for a manuscrIpt Koran written In thi vehte Bth cin tury In red and bla t cn native glazod paper Each page within ruled goM lines and the first wo pages are sur rounded byornamei Sal borders In gob j and colors Seals Agalr Plentiful Under the precaTJ ions taken to pre vent the extinction if the fur seals In Alaska and tho r bltef lilftftUs tb9- dpeclea ks multlil d so rapidly that the bureau of Sftl Ties now recom mends that the kil ng of male seal I be rojuniH iivei juc ih gnlug of the pe lagic treaty bet wre Russia Bugtend Japan and our own nation probiblt Jng the r cow e einupoiI the dMtrUCtlonJ taken an ccssIonsJ census of tho cals The last of these flxtd tb a number of seals owrfod by this United States at 301844 atePsgalnat loss than twenty thousand in 1906 Besides fur otherpoaalble use of the soul is being conildbsod by tbebHrenu of fisheries The scurcity ot tb worlds meat supply and tIne tr mon dous lacrosse In soalaas revqalod by Ute last census igiggest the shipping of seal meat to tine united States fo ftisod Those who have tasted It say that meat from a bang seal Is doll I ious In flavor ami ithat seal stekh would be a popular addition to a rash lonable hotel menu English Writers Ignorance nuke Chalmers the essayist wall talking about war jirritera A great grist Uf English literaiv hacks he said ifsre thrown out of regular work WbJu the war begins and so they all turned tliQinsoIvos into our military correspondent and It fle1cnut optimistic soothing sirup to tho public In tholaljy press at 1 guinea a oolumn1 One writer reminds me of the young lady Who co carried on a Sllb navall argument with Admiral M- akanat a dinner A third person said to her in someastp lishment aWhy how welu ou talk up to the toitT Oh said the ycurlg lady Tvo only boon concealing my ignorance Not at all said Admiral JJaban callantlv Quito Uvb contrary IIn the Chautnuquq program of this season Mr KrjI plans to have some of the finest chimes ever carried by a band There will also probably be a French horn quartet Mr Kryl was once himself a member of a French horn quartet which played before LL PEOPLES IN SALONIKI robabty Just Now the pclUan of the Great Cities the World ofIthtJI Salon Ikl rises grayly from iiidy Jade waters of the gulf spiked th a hundred minaroU and crowned ah the yellow walls of Byzantium id of the Latin Kingdom In her nar w twisting streets under the aahnicljara of woodert Turkish ousel thin quiet Turkish life flows in weukerllng year by year bafjirs the aountins flood of busy Inquisitive Greeks Mosque after mosque falls to ruin and every month sees some min- irot silbnt and voiceless whore the muczn called to prayers each sun set for conturlos Yet In the gloom of the roaring ba c11JUufls from Bokhara andSamarkand in Ittle Turkish CafQs opening on lost squares hgi up in the silent Turkish own where incredibly aged plane trnes make a green gloom you can thud tho glamor and mystery of O len tal life Along the sot front too fish lug loath with great red sails aslant built like Creole galleys and painted with Phoenician symbols shoulder each other pletHroaquoly at the qual In the struts the strangest mjx lIre of peoples that ever was brought oretir in thl worldr dancing der iahes in dull gray Conical hats Greek iftasants wearing white ballot skirts embroidered jackets and shoes turned ip with pompons ar the toea Arab porters turbanod and barelegged ttralght train the Arabian Nights riled ladles of tile harem followed by HtUhdant eunuchs in fezes and frock Wats Albanians Serbians Rulgar lane RoHmsdii 3 and all the nondtv Itcrlpf and picturesque riffraff of tie Levant The town Is full of Greek aoldlrrs of course and they all pcem to have tnen America Again and again as you calk along the streets men stop you with a hello Bill You Ameri canT What pert you from Sure J bean all ever the tlamruIl states work on farm in Ohio In the coal mJnds in Colorado I got a brother there ho runs a candy store In Pea Moines Iowa Go hack Sure I go back when the war is over No money here A gay cant live in Greece John Peed In the Metropolitan Megs s CERTAINJ REWARD OF VANITY Sturdy Farmer Jeffsnwrlan Sim olicity HAdNa Difficulty In Rec oanlzlha Sons Picture j Ho was eec afjlhose stubborn young mob who carry out their own ideas ucgardesef casisequOsces and when he left the fariM to engage in the Ilv sry buslaws In t nearby town contrail to Ut8 wteb s of his father the firs thinK ie dSJ was to have o lattvcolorod alp painted fdpFSBCni IIng himself kofcHtu a mule by thej IIbridIe aI One day kis father a sturdy old farmer of the Jilferttinlan simplicity tYP came to town and the son in showlnss iira abeut the stable proud iy pointed to tli slcn hy the way imt tUat a good like ness of me dad h queried Yrtas replied tl aold man ad Juutiiig his spectacles Yaas Its a goh baBgd good picture uy yew I reckon but who bo fiat follor whats holdin yew by the brldloIntlian spoils Star r Crt3 a Week Senator Kern of Indiana has fond recollections of tho small schoolhouso- r where as a boy he earned his first nickel Ho greed to build a tIre in the schoolhouse stove every morning at least an hour before th9 opening 01 school and to sweep up once a day For thla work he received flvo cents a week Ho still feels that ho earned It Large Russian Wheat HarvcltIe Russia jn 1913 harvested 94790V 000 bushes Iii wfieat t Hudson Bay Road The competltlonof Ute Hudson Bay railway now under construction from the Pas Manitoba to Port Nelson will open a vest area of rich natural resources The whole region with its history and possibilities jjs described In an illustrated volume entitled TbqI Hudson Bay Road 14981915 by A H de Tremaudan of the Manitoba Ban rfrMaklngFood From Strew Professor Friedonthal of Berlin university Is said to have discovered a uev food prepared from straw The discovery is said to be likely to revo lv nlzc t1 cod of tile peArJ a y President Palma of Cuba Mr try will also play solos upon the French horn accompanied by the band Among other soloists in this band this season will be James Hurt known asoncof the best xylophone playtn In thl country SHOW GROTHDFCHUEW11E- Statistics as to Seating Capacity plain Spread of the Varloua De nomlnatlonal Bodleil The totals seating capacity of church edifices reported in 1906 ac cording to the census bulletin of Au gus io 1909 was 58536830 an in crease oVer 1800 of 14976767 jr 344 per cent The seating cap4ci reported for the Protestant bofli1 was 63 82445 for the Roman Caf olic chuAh 4494377 and for t remaining bodies 760008 The rate of increase Vas practically the ne for both Protestants and the Ur man Catholics beipg 33G pccnt for the forlher and 333 per crt for the latter The increase in tl1sedtt iiins capacity ol the churches ms kept pace with tile inftrease in population the seating cppacity being iJ per cent of the population in ISO cOm oared with G95 pet cent inJflOS The average seating capacity pintor ganization for th1rotistant bodrcs taken together was 317 and foth Roman Catholic chrrch 436 With the single exccptita of the Roman Catholic churcL nil the denomina tions showed an average seqting capacity much in excess of thf average mcml rsbip For the Prot estant bodies the average seating ca pacity las three times the merag member hi per organization yrlue for thc Rpnian Catholic church the average membership was almost 2VJ times the average seating capacity Indianapolis Nows NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH Customer All the big berries are tt the top of thi hot I suppose Dealer 0h no maam most of em tire at the top of the other bo cstDOING HIS PART 1 So youc son talacc1legedplom- riowr V Yos replied the proid lather anti it cost IUCA fancy price Hov ever I will sayi Mis inuoh for ihv boy lXqsl He pitid to hAve it framed with money he earned liiinsQlf 8He Knew Amos The man who takes trolley rides through tho country say a writer in the Boston Advertiser sees and boars much that Is amuing A few days ago while I was riding through the lalfYtbutcar She was accompanied down to tho road from the house by n young woman possibly her daughter The elder woman put ttr foot on the lower running board graspeJl the upright and was about to ollnit into the car when she turqed to the yoeng woman and sukl v Dont forget that gingerbread In the oven Lisa You know bit Just batos burnt gipgorbrocil All aboardshouted the conduc tor nut the oW tady iiiald no atten tion to him And Lire she continued whsr you pick the eggs biuieby look out for that Rhode Island Rod that wants to seU Shell pick ye II jo aint careful All aboard again houted the yproIYo qant scare mtf Amos Ivb known ye over elnoe yo was tajoetbtgu Amos grinned pulled the bell and we wero on our YYouths COrn DfUiir cr= = i 1 gxIiiiiiii 11 Always H psYsays Mrs Sylvania Woods of Clifton Mills Ky In writing of her experience with Cardul the womans tonic She says further Before I began to use Cardul my back and head would hurt so bad I thought the pain would kill me I was hardly bJe It to do any of my housework After taking three bottles of Cardui I began to feel like a new woman IISOOIl gained 35 pounds and now I do all my housework ias well as run a big water milL f wishI every suffering woman would give 1I CRDUITheI a trial I still use Cardul when 1 feel a little bad i ri and it always does me good Headache backache side ache nervousnes tired wornout feehngst et are sure sins ofwoman ly trouble Signs thatiyou need Cardui the womans tonic You cannot mike a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble It has been helping weak ailingSwomen for more than fifty years Get a Bottle Today r iII Children Cry for Fletchers j rho Kind You Have Always Eduglit and YliIpli haS been lL in use for over 30 years has borne the slgpatore of land has been n ndo under IsIs per j T sonal supervision since its Uilancy 7tStCUM Allow no ono to dccrlro yottln thlsjrAll Counterfeits Imltatlonsiunl U Ju5tn4ootl t nrtibub r Experiment that trine wIth and endanger the health of nrnnts md OhuldrcnExpcrlonco zign4t E perlmmt What is CASTO1LA51 Jastoria lsa harmless Hubstituto for Castor 011 Prure gone Drops and Soothing Syrups a It iH Elcaganfflfclfc contains neither Oulum Jtlorubino nor other KarcotlG substance Its ago Is its guarantee It lesLroja Worms l nntl allays Fovcrishness It cures BlarrJioaa andWlpd Colic It relieves tfecthlnff Troubles cures Constipation Inid Flatulency It assimilates the Food rcffulnteij tw Stomach and lioATeis G lvlng healthy anti natural sleep ISThi Childrens Piinqcpa Tlie anothers Friend GENUINE CASTOR ALWAY- Bears the Signature of I i v t The Kind YU Have Always Bought t In Use Fr Over 30 Years Ttt eoiiPAf nunftAV wrrnnf care I n v Jta YouWA4T i 5 j jiJQURSELFFrom y ls Combination Pneumatic Sweeper RdeiM from broom ucltryfrnrathestraiaotmav bj and lifting furniture and from daagerous icaSensg ol dust and Rermi that are raised by the me of tLc and the 4d fashioned caipet iweeper cad beausuaedby iSweepercreate powerful suction force which draws out all tile dBtjand dost found tn your rugs and carpets andat ike same time the revolving bnnh Pcbupall lint pies thread rarefcgj etc f are made dweeuze d ol3 under a rigid guarantee for one rear You may Ara Dustt Icy in your own kamefor 10 day Free of hartwFor more detailed Information write TODAY f Agents Wanted if I= 1I- NATURES ESSENCE dBE t t1edtiJF l Forest tIart Natures laws are pcrfcof but diisase follows ifs WMl7y5 are cot obenI Ga stroigf tc nture for the CIrC to The forest the eairfes here that can lathoen for you Take tba bark of tle whdche aseu Store i on apo roOt ucan root btxdroot a cal bfic noqaic extract of them with JUrt the rib rtioos J Doctor Piercers Golden Medical Discev It took Dr Pierce with thss nce otwo learned chemist eight years nard work experimcnriagtb raako thjpur gtccro extract and altrativt sk retuest the I a particle of alcohol efficieOCJ1dWiUlout the of remedy Ou nd to make cIt rs eu ut lassirude and leelinJ tnerre exheesem- b atDr Pierces len Medical Discor bears the stailI- f I PUBUQ Arraoyi and has sold more la dv in the past folly r ycnraTthan dalrothcr blood purifier a= J tonic IA 1 SoIMUrne N I ro but of lacrJIh a sceme toMtit I55 sartfVth troqb writes lIL rau s 1 neumne Xu commenced to doctrr with cli1U + 0as well u WIth t fi f ether peciaUtta on itoaiach and dffeMtw wtafB None ueme4 to i d tee tina tlnfly I wroteany J had iyr eai- I tto Dr P8rceBulaJoNXrg nn tluthat Pieres a GeMea 54 =rDiscovery Ilant Peilut f fllacoYeTl nnd PelIt t put inS or feet assia i I lIscaial tolio initwtiat I i illc rldwuaw rec vc boat them iPca r3It Pttkf r fa1 jr vrtj jjiuR Csa l 2 == JOB l J L WITbatqu ctton will be asked you almost daily by businesS men seeking your services fILl qualifytake the DraughonTrainingand ihow ambition to tie More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than Jnaorse all other bust Ie ness colleires COMBINED 48College In 18 Staj5a InVernfttionfii reputation tinsakinc Tymtrllnr rfDDIt rn JlAJ Spelilor IrltLmttlo Litter WrlthC Psius L1tIHtK ausillzY breeches cood tONj GUAIfM7EED under reasonable meittcne Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over r Home Study Tltousatltls Qf benkcat1 Jittire United States saythat DraugHons ten bookkeeper and stenographm uNew System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as tbe resulU el front 25 to 50 per cent In workand worry taking Draughons Hone Studs Shorthand Practically all U S offi CATALOGUE For prices on jessoos- cia toart reporters write the System of BY MAIL rrte Jo F DRAyciojr Shorthan Draughoa Colleges teach President Nashville TennForJsveas Wltyfi Because they know it Is tjie best jaloguo on course TCQlLEGE m4 DRATJGHON PRACTICAL BUSINESS CQUOSGM n v Eruclllshuh ororKuOxv11aToei10raJ5C0i IWThe Evening Post and New Lxd 1er both one year for 350