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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + TABLISIJED NNO XMJNI 1883 NFM14S LEADI3Ra I ifl1ti I C1UESYQL1XXXU N23 i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON H COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 8 1916 l fTq 4twmi IIIi t k j L ij ij2 CLAY SMITH AND G E HOLMES i CtAT SMITH and G kv Hoboes iJwyare to be on the CtMHtABQtta program bore In the tkg0dHg Holmes Compauy are Mt eal7 pwftt artists on musical in iik Mit they are also widely SPRINGFIELD JUNE 8 13 HOTEL ATOPGMNITE HILU NiHir cy HM un Ectsb IMMd M tht MMtLevMl Pukef WMU MaIII= MkK a cMrae Btarr King ftjatti Mt that Mount Chocoru wasuly tk oily HaUla Ik the Whie billi W Ktw Hw irs that to crowncJ irik a Ied K a thoroughly M kiG d h ut u It teems to we1IIIj It ftt MMt a Mte41rtctd ambition Is reatg MtWCf8WJ1 will soon be dlo i reij t a e ikmocratlc Instltu tMtheaapCahouseofpublie to It4ertMaIHetlt tlM Boston Evening r Trawkrift MtTk recent Sep U Wr iii swept away the little inn Uw far twenty years or so had stool aiey the soirtfceni shoulder of the meuatabi at tht toet of the towering MM That home though never atf a4er Ht to the saouataln landscape frer dear to all who climbed the ftak iMcauM of the wholehearted tyjBB of Bprteadlng hospitality dis ty its TStema bonlface A wt aspiring H ces8or with the IndesaiHslils rgy of a thorough moun kas laid hL Plans tO build It PMI 1lM of oK rocks of the pcMMK wlMra 01a houQ may shout itzll jrmvmci te the war d at tartenJt is oafs W say that Chocorua lato 4ay 11t1IIUfcoWsc tor Ute unique and etriMng Waity of Its form and delighted Inei ty oti aad youmr who enjoy the mUd j all jdkitfcstrtharihBes the elements in th i1IS kave never marreJ aUI fiaiIiriars time brought dcvastadon la UsJ- JWfMts and all bjut squalor to its moat sacred places And now the chief tains Curse bids fair td become somo wat less poetic and more tangible ttMta1 a crowning legend i rj IT WASIAYWIET oftoiHINGl BHtW WWir attend Barred HIII ti RMfe MM uln Before He 1Charged Jtkr mat outside the parapet Two ftfyn after we had taken tho Lone Pine trmekeii when there came one of the Wthhir Interval in that six dart PJI terattack nomcone noticed ttttI i JMIJleli lt nto the trench It wJM eztrMM leftliand edge of the iirad treachea lylrig just as it had a1Ia ia the red Buniight during the Ia keur of that fateful afternoon ne bayonet was broken off within an loch or two of the hilt The magazine WM fall but the cutoff was closed the Wfety catch was pulled back and UM whole rite from the broken bty Mt iily to the butt was purplo wkk itleM I do not know who be as JHK Where he fei but that broken rid poke moro clearly bf his qual Ri tan tk aost fulsome tombstone ipiiiTllontIookedfor day had come and tlMr were going itralght for the Turks with the bayonet He was not going to ltib1t It with any rifle firing Ha hML fcette aBd barred his magazine Ifttrar BMB went isto it with a whole prt that aaan must have dine BO LiIt Teletrapk Pd Feathers vs A TaroM has solved the pNttm of the jKArcityol wool which r Sm te aw4Jttly seeded by the iwriat the forthcoming III a Maoorered a smMtitute I M pws4 Jaatteni the ad 1U1 ttJMo1u K1atr oot AIL+ F 7 J rw rI i a = rl hf i 4 fJJ lilo c 5 d a i I M j known as composers of band music and of compositions for wood Instru ments Mr Smiths compositions nnmJ ber forty and those of Mr Holmes six ty besides twentyfour sets of saxo p one quartets and many duets solos and trios to priest The Day of Young Men J w The young map of today aite fis of a business at an ageP when his grandfather had carcePtl finished an apprenticeship 1 Universal education and quck ringIa rasp of affairs which only l ngu hears of experience could giver n our lather 5Q years ap Not only are possibilities larger and ambition higher butCI since methods are twifter andu visions is broader than in anyL preceeding period more may be ccomplished in early lileI From factory and office up to- college and church the call is for young meJ11lhe world is his too with as he sees fit Youth is aJher Money dots lessor a young a 4n who will not do for himself than it ever did before in worl- distry s Brain and skill of hand 5 carry one further today than ver The but capital novadays is a combination of sense Inj ustrys pluck and application t IIOU ng man your chance is while are young Grab itwILb both hands PeEetsburg Index Appeal t V A Republican Opinion Hon Leslie if Shaw tormer Secretary of the Treasury say have no hesitancy in admit IlhI grave doubts whether the Republican party canfeven if it shoulo try Rnd also whether it on gut tory to defeat the party nowin P ver upon at issue o1 excorciaiion because it has f ilfd accomplish n four years what we have failed to do in forty years If we have a small and inadequate army and navy the Republican party in 80 per cert nsponsible for its icefilcency for the Republican parly JIBS been in jlower 80 per cent of th llast half centujy If our cout defenses are silly I subm t dces not lie in themOLth ofthv Republican ltY to say much about itaLet the next ad nil ni 8 tration be a busldese adminlstru tion and while preparlpg for peace let it also do nhat we all agree should be done prepare for eventualities that may emui j CATOAIAIJir Infuufl and GUldrea Thi bty IIIj AtayJ kt1tf oCA OHie James orIPermanent Chal man J Washington Jute BPresrt dent Wilson has approved the tenatiy selection of Senator Ollle James of Kentucky for permanent chairman of the Dem o rdlic Convention at St Louis Tnis assures the electon of tIe Senator by the couvention As a permanent chairman Senator James will be named to head the committee which will notify Mr Wilson of liis nomina tbeBalLiImore The President has not decided 7 u wnere be will receive the Notification Committee although tS supporters in New jersey re ver anxious that be go to Shadow Lawn his summer home in that State for the cere nony Senator Stone of Missouri has asii beEn tentatively decided upon chairman of the Piatfoim co LI ulttee and when be goes to St Louia probably Will carry with t bum the outlines of the platform drawn up by the Pfestdenthim sell f Sale Conluinmated1 On recommendation t ther fidelity Columbia Trust Co n l pany trustees for tbe Matiingly b Moore Distilling Company Judge George A Brent referee in bankruptcy entered an order yesterday morning forthe sale t f the distillery property aV Jadslown and the 1911 and 1912 Top of whisky to Berman Jros1 Louisville for an appromxiate1 price Of 1QO000aNO other iffers were presented An offer- reviOuslymade by J BHaami withdrawn Hermann Brothers propose to ay 18000 for the diatijlery lant and 41 i cents a gallon for be whisky of which there ore 550 barrels in the 1911 crop nd 2485 barrels in the 1912 crop They propose to take the whisky ip within a period of seven enied epresentmg onthst the Gifford the bteintieldI trusteellJolter to obtaia better offer Jardatown Standard Notice To Creditors All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of Carrier will come forward nd settie at once Also al persons having claims ugainst aid estate will present sumo roperly proven 911or before un8 15tb 1916 J P Thompson Adrpr For Sr4lO200 foot tobacco bed B W Keikirk Preach a Farwellernofl There was a great outpour ing of people Sundayfnight to tear the farewell sermarj ofr Rav W H Breagle and m my weru turned away from th dour as every available seat spa ious church was a1Lhe com pliment to this good and cli1cbestown in worship and Rev MleodDr J G Hunter and Rev Mdntire- toot part In the services There was special music byVtbiel cbir Mrs W H Brengle aU9MrsJa Hal Grimes sang a duetVnd Mrs Brenule boio At thclose of the service tile large cjbbir and congregation joined i l flinging IIGod Be With You TjlifWe Meet agafn and many ey6s in the congregation were wet with tears ofIwent forward to suy c ibdbye to Rev and Mrs Breuglf and vf h thEua success in their new fieltl of endeavor Duringtjelr shoft stay here they have mfta many warm friends who haCaJ sea them take their d4irture They started WedheUaU for their new home in Treiitdu M- oHarrodsburHeraldj IH Lands Relic jj While fishing in jfihe Big Springs at the head OB Kettle Creek in the lower et4 of the LbekharlthePetros eda relic of thi Civil Vaiw4icb- he prizes highly Ian od arm and navy ptol4eibttpa foot long and is in peijqt Iau of preservation notwiti standing Iiit bad teen in the watei Ipr thy years or more What 2s still stronger is the pistol is ii gopd firing condition and viII dis cbarge1 ball the spi ngs ape parentlv not havjng be n jured n the water The pistol was toni i under rather interesting cirqt nstanccs Mf Lockhart caught irout In flouting the fish oJ some manner the line wa would about the pistol so tl wIn the fish was finally la ded tjie angles was sotnewh startled to nud a pistol also clinging to tue line It is evident pistol was standing upright tin tie bot tow of the spring Whil is very deepMr Lockhart exhibit his relic with a great deal of plsabure Bowling Green TimesJ urnal FOR SALEI Ford touring car anj one International truck in tcheapt= t S- Notice To The Pub ic THE FAMO- USOverlaVid i I Gars L Are For sale at the SPRINGFIELD GARARGE 1 I t 1 Overland Model 75Touring car 615 I Roadster75S 59 + Modei 83B Touring car 69 II Roadster 67 I Overland Six passenger model 86 Five 114- 5I L I WillysKnight model 84 B J J Touring car 1125i I Roadster 1095 1 All these models are equipped with electric start iDJlnd lighting system These priced are F f B Ohio Come and see the j p 11Toledo 695 OVERLANDjj t l 1 display at the Springfield Garage Oppo Doall hinds of Auto Repairing IIand 1STfAM1 F W BAUMBAJJER Mopr 1 I Na 4 I i T Locking Doorsjj When a farmerowns a valu able blooded horse he protects CIhimselfof thieves by puttincr a padlock on his barn door I1h banker who cares foyour money locks U up In his greit buriar pro5iH1ef o t night T When teem icauit Joshcmes after the day s labor he leaves his go ods unJer luck and key and bolts and blrri VLber individual iinvaiittly takes measures to protect LU w ovn1 2iopWe i ptweu tj but lie neglectedlo ii provide the necessary means for the protection of that wealth It Is true that our months orL indifference congress has at lust passed a preparediiuss measure by providing tor the increase allD NaItioOiJlBut it will be several years beafore this forcn can be gathered together and irmeil and tFruipped r drilled and disciplined andputl Ithii equal te rms In the meantime we are just about where we wered reI before the hill was passedwith- ut a tock to our door IswllhbaveIs peari r present Siwarnot i ButAveare not so sanguineas to the atMtudf of Japan Our present stat of national a helptilesssness has luicbd congress i the admintUriiito bow to the demand of llaptn iM etinintfte Ifrjm an ilIllIifblih1 oil certain olEproLlCfi from the cheap JapariselaborI that has been try There was no help for itc IwweJ r If Japan would be content with llll VlloFY lll1 mi uttlVtUl yatINt i illelibeItlermineilyIt I equal rights on the Auiuficjn 1hAndpresent element of danger to our peace and security of the futare Uh The Moxicaiis hate everything American They are imbued 18are18 and hence they consider us be ueaih their conl uwttIt is knowitt that Mexican emissaries are inv Japin seeking the aid of the Japanese people in a war against the United States Nothing would suit tho Japanese designs and purposesjbetter than such an allimct It wourd afford Hum the coveted opportunity and excuse fw 8Ui7ng the Philippines which they greatly desire A great army could be landed on t our Pacific coistand v6 could nut prevent u Aother tremen JJ dous army of Japanese could beJ landed iu Mexico and ia cOop uratton with tho MExican could j nvade us across the border at a l hundred different points sJmulI t neously Our present militaryV e rength ih so ridiculously smallI that we would be hopelessly outII numbered and out matched at every point Press dispatchess show every indication that the Mexicans are expecting just such an allianceS with the Japanese and if acU comes ilt u1lit1 will not be delayed until we havp had two or three yeirs in whicn to 01 WilliClimehopeless and helpless condition l The American people are at list awakening to a realization Iof the purR of our national help lesse4S acd congress is taking belated steps toward defense for O tr hom S and our great wealth Hut are we locking the door too luti Will the marauder gin entrance before the padlock can IIbeA mtdt stictc of dynamite is a chid compared with the Mexico e situation which cot iitoy tho American government people today F rDaivokyporMxico i i crn to us than a wl oe cotni I from the Europe in trout 1J HogwallowNewsS r The mail carrier says winter is not over yet as his foot gQts old on the nprth side I t Spring arrived on the 21st Jt was accompalne4ifl by theEx celsior Fidlinpr Band Washington Hocrfs spent tnOonthinetemparanco petition J The depot rit TiekviHe bus been wmdup o track several hundred yard o flint the train r ill arrive soimer 1I1eneJllI trv1lingirobe Moselw while seated at he pcstoftice the other duy toljl such a realistic bear story Uo lumbus AI sop went straight omen d went to bed storeat Bounding Billows ITne str ed by lire TuscJty Fhe tire originated from bad flu as business had bean1 dull for some tizSrVostop the press to announce Atlas Peck who began ink ing a ceqsus of the stars last week has been bothered a good eaI this week by clouds Atlas Peck who deposited ome money in the Bank of Ticic5 Ivill ruinetinict ago rent Sato an J drew it out as the cashI ier bod bought an automobile- Jffferson PotJocks has dream ed sev ttnights haudrunning that ht was about to drown ant s a prccuuiioa be is row sleep ing with two pillows under his o head J Cricket Hicks wasa pleasant caller to see the Calf Ribs Widow i Isonday Cricket goes there so- c dawgs have lost inter est und quit barking at him thActlfismlssingi j traw community The owner as fiere looking for tit yesterday p Nobody however in this com munity has stole a call for sey ldys 7 Prisby Bancock is spending he week in thu Calf Ribs fle1ha borhood He was Intending tW stay just a day or two but when e got up to leave they asked j lrn to keep his seat fVhen a stout robust person Wassomethighim according to the Horse Doc tor be complains about twice s much as a weak one But be ught to He is more We to dog so ra Pickens took dinner at he Farmers Home restaurant P hile in Tickville last Saturday While the waiter had his bock turned Slim put several tooth picks in his pocket and willJJuse them this spring when be wncUi to pnt on style dForj 1 desire tpeIl privately my farm of 71 acrs located 5 milts from Springfield adjoining farms of Mike Muckin and MoratJ jl place Farm la tgood strong land and nas on it a good fl ed room dwell ngod stolc barntt well watered both with wells and Springs For firther information call on- O SAM SMITH R K 2 She Knew Amos I ho lana who takes trolley rjdts through the country says a writer InI the Boston Advertiser sees and hears Ilmuchago while J was riding through the outskirts of Ameshury an old IndrI a decidedly spry one hailed tho Ibut She was accompanied down to youngidauJhterlfoot on the tlower running board grasped the upright and was about to climb into the car when she turned to the young woman and said Dont forget that gingerbread In j the oven Liza You know pa lust hates burnt gingerbread All aboard shouted the con duO torBut tho old lady paid no atten i tion to him And Liza she continued when utypufor that Rhode Island Red that want StD sctl Shell pick ye it ye aint car fuL All aboardl again shouted thIS conductor but as tho old lady pro ceeded to climb on to the car ftf paused long enough td sfyito him Ye cant scare me AmbB lre knov yo ever since yo WM kneehigh Amos grinned Bulled he bell and InWII were on our wn1Youti1J Cpnv i k Makes the finesttlight t r- estbest flavored biscuit jrhot breads cake and t pastry Renders the tfr yl food more digestible L and wholesome1 k j tt- 4OLU1ELY t- t tIi f t r PURE r YL YMU Jt tt rGerman Fxtremity If A German rsff cTiespondent f the NfcX York World wrjtiog fora berrfn gives an iidea of the proportions which the food robldrn has reached ic that un try AJ an exampl of the restric Lions which have been imposed a e useand distribution of butters now limited tov onefobrth of aIi and a week to each person sThesbown the necessity of eater tJet meat consumption until falLii Perhaps tho most conclusive nd striking evidence of the S ant which German people is facing is the fact that a new Ministry has beet established to take charge of the feeding sir the Ktisera 70000 BOO subjec3 hen thus ministry is organized the efnttre empire is to be on uniform rations a These reports coming from a source Jo authoritative way explain the Kaisers expressed inclination toward terms of w eaco m Again the Bell Buzzarda TtiebelieJ buzzard which has been seen iu this and adjoining 1 counties far tome months pasty vas seen heraagua last Sal ur uiy The bird was in a field on ie arm r Mrs Mollie Caldwell sear Greenwood church And vas see u by Mrsi Cldwell and t Uiss Linnie Caldwell Miss Linuie tells us that it came nsar b ough to the groupd that Lhy coud very distinctly bearand dfsp see thc bell around its necks iud that after soaring around he fjelrla few times it flew off l t ward Uena VVhayne faro a bJtif It has bean saea by any ne else in hat neighborhood nay have not reported it to U31 Thi is the second time tVat thea beted baiaard has been in Ihia community in the llafc tfvr e in mthsi and we are Ifor anyone to report aIwagliiLj+ rsy see this afbirI Clint o rr OgZt3tte n KUing Ratr With Lye I 0On a large number ot old Mshhiglosl put about a half tea- spoonfuL of moa ses elicbRod on that with my pocket knife II scraped a small amuun of Qnj caritraod lye says R lphR j Jones in Parui anl Hume then paced the old shingles around under the stable and unj ref tItb cribs The next morn 3np I raui1otreadl rats and the I rest left the farm for parts un kncwn 1 have cleared many Ifarms of the pests IeI the same nvay audbavp Jtevr known it t nJtall FOLEYSKIDNLYaMNss t t U BlmW Fr rIi Death of lfr Porter L3bano KyiJLlaas 3J B Shiveij proprietor af a Wtl barbershop waa arrm t Ak morning charge with killkicJ jthej few weeks ago frofli PkUlip borg and parcbani se Me Knight tartar hop GradY bad t been empIoaa tiDe shp fee evenyetra It w aaid1iI1 dilI1fs ed nin aad that vliMf- firBCfffs sUrtel is fisi ii lclaimed the polMbiafr Ma- intbeahopubla 4 li jttc A Jrmisunderatandm aro n 9 k t IiIvelyIgsaIdoi iy M a J i Grady with an IrMpokr f 1 SenteiKed1oPriIeI i For liEJM tffc1 Bardstown Ky iI Attcst t ftriU which las1 a ws lrv Robert Payne a iir- o5wpit found guilty of tha iiiriiiyojfJ Pv Will Adama aoothw iigraLf ui4P aa sentenced lif ik ritcii the paattMitiarj1entin Ji jury bere thIs aft raofr TbeI iror occarrwl latt N4SIIr 4rr I Short 1 tJs111 f 2ri1tv 8mllii of coarftt it eotte WMIH Inv + arTrouble avoid ujAaiwM keep his face clotifi t C Experience OM MjHik ftJiButraias and that iiAQlMMf Spread good ch tc tofMiiprt iIt may wrap 01jroWa a iiiia J di1 mite v Dead MC tell is iattic ativlnggoaip kits bs jkCia squirM 1 Whit hu jtaoM of Itarttf dirove of awallowa tfcat JMpmriy trarrived here eyttj vfifT t Dog H okfc V1l ciMM4S iLii aoaad the UiaklZ i tt you arsat wortk iaJJIJ i fotiae ii tt IMbQt f iMpr L ft diota aainuMually ha- trlssStIiS i so the girla bad bMUr kJe Jeti t Ibsir whltfr l Io Theralm belfkve A Jt d lawa and flower liaarAeius biii t town aasl go ijrUl lid wie baautlftti 0MtI if J l t rl arOoatdtgwaS hori isnICMW T 1 adveat olati oi f pieMur but bli MaUJ1it sirtoday than it WM 16 Jean MO whwuaaboSWSSaaaj jNot1ci MIa all kida of OMMMM riiib1 prios Ky fl PAUli oF1LU B D Ohat i R i6v2- aticka JiaM JUI 1 a dJ t Y1I- p I J UtNfSLbD R t IyCFleLD KY VKXTJroMDY MJBLWe JKENPOUN aiiand Publishers 1MI M tM i ige1d Ky Poet M4e MM ncdM mail matter 1 fO Wd tht Pwettome giflte gie Te a urtclves as ithers see us 4 If tfee above prayer of Bobbie Burns could be granted always rioabilesB we woulddo different ly Many of the things we do- tw would du many thiugs we do nofc nuwdo alI end many of the things wo now do We would not Jo at all DoweVRrWJ are oteniinjt s apprised of the way p others see ua souretiues b7 a gentle reminder and sometimes alfal our streets and never thought 4 4frt inuch about them until a few dAys ago a stranger passing ibroBftb in a friendly way and without a desire to criticise called our attention to the fopt thit fre were behind the limes ju avDS gverbauging far streets sometimes so low tUava J largeIsigns and bill boards adye tit lug trades professions gcpds v ares and merchandise Imme Idlathly wesav ourselves as others seeus anU remembered that in most upto date towns J these sigrts are either on or ap close to thbbulding We were at first a littlet chagrined that our friend should so talk abut t t us to our facet but ou gain in the public square and looking up and down ihe street it was iieasy to notice the more neaj ap pearance of the places pf busi ness where the ajgbs were upon the doors or front of the build fings tbalT whew a large sign 4J supported by wires as suspen 0d1 from tet t Fair View VThe farmerzin this section are l A busv fiotUcg tobacco l Mrs LewisHoward and niotb1I iU1LoulBviJfe t decoration Sevtrul Wednesdaytt I Mrs Arch Colvin and typ l children visited Mrs Fred Cheat V1 ham Tuesaay r f Mrs George Bodine of Nelson t coant 7isited Mrs G F Bodine I Friday G VP Bodinc was in Louisville afew days last week 111r and Mrs Thomas Virgin SRev 0 J1 Baxter and wife and tonClyde dined with Mr and Mrs Fred Cheatham Sunday I Most of the folks here attend Ii ed Childrens Exercise at Maud vSunday MUs Lena Farris was Sundny guest of Misses Lonvcnnia end KathrnGriggby Mrs P D Cheatham and two daughters Eva and Suauna we eI Jij Springfield Wednesday y Hj Detectives Wanted 4 The undersigned Agency will Iconsider applications for member J lship from certain localities in Kentucky We look after Grim J AdIdrfSbeS 0debts and furnish commercial re i t ports jo bu1ness concerns We pay Baiay ftes Fr pat cu als j wnta YAv TENN DETECTIVE AGENCY I Is 0 IncorpoVated I vMahorevButlding Brialo Terr V r For Sili i le8reto sell privately my farm ur 71 crs located 5 miles l from tSpringdefd aojolniug f fttrmo of Miku MKCldn and Mora 4japhce Farin ij good strong lind apd nas on it a good live room Dwelling good stock barn- S vweil watered both with welts and Springs For further in formation call on- JAMtis SMITIR R 2 nnmmrma iWTIadmsdMJIkt 7I- t HARD CASH FRQM JUNK PILE Grt Manufacturing Concern Waste Material Into TUmjl Valuable Commodities the pork packers use all of the pig but the squeal the great manu ta turlng Industries are not far behind IK utilizing every ounce of matter that comes Into their hands ThO works at Hawthorne lit of the West era Electric company for instance dispose of Junk or waste material airy month as follows Brass tons copper 180 tons German silver 17 tons Iron and steel 89 tons solder nkimmlngs 4 tons lead 83 tons paper 7 tons Scraps of different metal are kep separate and are baled by hydraulic presses Chips and sweepings are passed through separators and mag netic separators These are melted down dr sold to refiners Scraps di celluloid are turned into enamel for Insulating Iroti wire cores Sawdust and chips of wood are sifted according to size The former finds its way tc the plating and drying rooms the latter to the furnaces where it produce steam equivalent to the product oft 5200 tons of coal a year and wood ash that is sold for an average ci 6140 a year Waste paper and cotton waste if mode Into scratch pads or used in the packing department Lead from junked cable Is melted off refined and used again or sold as pig lead Cop per wire is baled under pressure for future use Rubber is ground and used jn the manufacture of cast rubber parts I As the company buys raw material amounting to the average of 100 000 a month the reclaiming of unk a most important item of expense saving And this is true of every large factory HONO1 GIVEN TO tOLDFIELB I Geologicalfeurvey Rival Tonopah Tho jrivalry between Tonopah andt Goldfield mIning camps seems to have baen definitely setUed by the Unitedt States geological survey Figures giv en out recently indicate that Gold field leads with a production of 651 000000 worth of gold and silver while Tonopah has little more than 000000 to its credit The state ofr Nevada however can take credit for 12500000a worth of gold and silver from the two camps since 1900 The Goldfield territory was opened two years later than the Tonopah diet trict Considerable copper is yet being taken from the concentrates of the Goldfield mills while the Tono fieldsarepracUcaUyabandonedThe reveals that while the deposits in each were found in what is technically known at tertiary volcanic rocks form and character they were radical ly different thus disposing once and for all of the old tradition that the veins were the same dipping far town j into the bowels of the earth between tho two camps QUICK CHANGES OF LEVEL 4ake In Eastern Washington Thai Causes Trouble tothe Residents Along Its Borders A subscriber who was interested in the Companions account ofa lake in Italy that rises and falls in a sin gular and unexplained way has sent us some equally strange facts about a lake in eastern Washington The town of Kahlotus is built on the 1OtJcetakes sudden changes fn level a dike tin or twelve feet high has been built uotherlcatastrophe a mile ide gtula inUo and a half losg but at times the wawr fails so far that the lake fcjisrdly 150 yards wide The fall ie always sudden nndtio iis the rise tha eventually fol lows Only one small stream enter 1 the lake and there is no visible outlet hut the water is always fresh When the railway was built through Kahlotus the workmen tried to carry the tracks across the lake on an em bankment but the sand was swal lowed up almost as fast as it was pouredin ditch was then dug ttoj carry ofT the ivater through a tunnel into a nearby canyon Half way through the tunnel the water foundI a crevice and disappeared into the earth Where it comes to the surface gain no one knowsiOur correspondent adds that on a ranch near the town of Eahlptus there isa deep well the water off wlchat intervals of about two weeks rushes tip geyserlike to a heightof several feet above the wound Youths Companion IGttlng Even employed in a La1 layette bank in acknowledging a courtesy shown by an Indiananollf young man who lives at the Y M d A inclosed a check for five cents only for payment for service as errand boy She remarked to the young mans sister that he wouldnt hay e the nerve to cash it The young man enjoys a joke ana when the check is returned to the La tayctte bank it will bear In addition to the stamp of several banks a list Indorsements which will show it ha done duty as a circulating medium among the young mans Indlanapoll- gfriends Tho young man is lookin- gforward to whIt will happen flaron the young womans friends at the La preoI MAMMOEI CAVE 925 FOR AN ALLEXPENSE TWODAYS TRIP FROM SPRINGFIELD JUNFt 27th Railroad fare S3 72 Board at hotel incmdiuthe rout4 i4i thcave forS5 50 Round trip tickets on sale for morning trai as at all way stjUians See La N Agent VERASTRUSTEEB NeWJrWhop Judge Linwood died his largo testate wDillleft In trust to his only child Vera who now doubly orphaned went to live with her aunt Mrs Henry Hendrick The Etendricks entertained llavishly end spent money recklessly so that when Henry Hendricks money vanS ished together with most of Vera fortune that unfortunate gentleman promptly took himelf out of the world leaving his widow to open a fashion 2nble boarding house In the subarbs As for Vera she had decided to go West and claim possession of the old Golden Eagle mine which her father had left In trust for her The western trustee was his old friend Anthony Burgess and it was through Anthony Burgess that Vera received the semi annual dividends which now constitut ed her sole income But my dear tshild protested Mrs Hendrick tearfully you cant go out there alone Why youve never even seen this Burgess man That he was fathers friend speaks sufficiently In his favor Aunt Emily and besides I shall only stop in Eagle City a short time There is an excellent hotel there T am afraid to have you travel MrsHendricktI am twentyone and Youtforget that onco spent six weeks at Eagle City youI get along uicy I thought perhaps that there might be some business connected with the mine that I might realrbusiness womannot a drone living 1on the income father left me I want to be useful Have your own way child sighed 1the widow plaintively I cant say too much Vera because my poor Hen rys slipshod business methods lost IItold your father not to make Henry 1your trustee As for the other trus tee have you ever seen Mr Burgeris1- 1He was In Mexico when father and I were in Eagle City i I hope be is trustworthy j 1Mrs remarkIwarmth lovedtby the sun IBurgess repeate the lantern jawed stage driver as Vera made in quiries Anthony Burgess Ob he Uves over beyond the mountain How shall I reach his placeVi Stopping In the city Yes take me to the best hotel please Smithsmaamto rl4eOhThen going will be easy A good boss will take you and most anybody will pint out the trail to the Golden Eagle I suppose youve heard of the lucky strike there No Do ypu mean that they have discovered more gold hestIbaajTheres been a regular stampede for these parts In the pas week IAnd the new discovery bas made Mr Burgess poor asked Vera Almost He wasnt expecting Ityou see maam and hes been laying out a lot of money on his own mine hes trustee for some folks back East who own the Golden Eagle If he was anything except the straightest man God ever made he could help himself out of the Golden Eagle and nobody would ever be the wiser IVera was thoughtful therest of the day She spent a restful night atMrs Smiths homelike hotel and thenext day she tired a horse to ride over the mountain Youll not want to go alone honey admonished Mrs Smith Vera displayed the little sixshooter which her father had taught her to use Iam not afraid she laughed and rode away Down the street she met the stage driver he pulled in his steaming horses and held up a warning hand Not going over the mountain alone are you he asked Yes I am not afraid phe assured himTheres likely to be rough charao ITheres he warned her Its pay Golden Eagle and there a rumor that some of the Rio gang arc going to hold up the paymaster You better wait till tomorrow But someone had better warn uJ paymaster protested Vera Burgess has been warped but he tint the kind to heed such a warning be dont now what fear is doggrae him And the stage rumbled on Vera followed the trail wlndlnc Op through the hills Sho did not njeel anyone and although her surefooted 1dtsnitteddheapedup rocks alorig the way she could not guess that the animal stinctively knew that there were men lurking ambushed Waiting for the paymaster ot the Golden Eagle At last she glimpsed a dark evil rockjj tnanrl hatfMtnroa that tho rryts l rCALL fro HEJDfQUARTERa I I ILot HUm key M defalze your old Buggy Qr Automobile in h6m Latest Style of Pal tiuig tlr Robt HUbs hila again in chorge of my Paint department and assures you Up datc First c ass work Why dst have the I Best 1 Let Humkey equ your vehicles with Rubber ThY Auto and Buggy Tires The He fc made Geueral Repair Work iin all Branches t I 1 HENRY HUM KEY IIrhone 280 ILEBANOJ N KY IU q 0 couia not guest sOC nan s4eh nun She must go back altmg the Wa t v u oiiroiu o tnis man talrislde all day and adm p tUb vlevr but you must get me bac to town for dinner Im hungry So she rode back 5101 jjtho downward trail hoping to m et the paymaster at the round ot qrery curve in the road At last far below sh jglimniod a black horse flying along iiei trail andj a rider who peemed part df his beau tiful mount I4111eshe thought with qulcktjniln S pulses Perhaps he is one of thjjRio gang Far down the mount4n side she met the rider a tall sunt ned man whose saddlebags Were wl lied He looked curiously at hcrjj as she ap 1Areiihe jasked breathlessly jYes he smiled sweepli g off hi bat And you are ynym to the Golden EJtlot He lookd sharply at bj r rWny do you ask tl ltW ho de manded bluntly Because you are in an elthAY are waiting for you up yo di r And hastily she told him of be evil taco she bad seen and of he warning tittered by the stage dfiv r I was warned ho at nittcd but J a Itheyvbeen t the past year Ivego to get Uie money to the boys they be rioting K they ddnt get It1 hfi ended run tully Cant you transfer tils money to youIto throw up your hands j ou can and before they discover tha your bag a tare empty I can ride on o the mine They wont hurt you sh aekod arx iously iNoaU they want is he mousy he assured her But I rint porait you to endanger your life Its for my own Int ijoBts sIlo said calmly lam Vera Dlnkood Vera Llnwbod why Mianl Linwood I was going East net wokiti leo you The Golden Eagle has deve oped mother rich vein IIAnd tho Double Eagle fairs lost one she tYout I heard yesterday ajil JJam so the sorryI feel like a rolibpr1 f myself mlnqrThats mo let us get along if we mu L Justut these packages in your saddlebags so and Ill stuff mine with grasS Ride on eomeIflank and mounted his blacl and fol lowed When Vera passed the an bush six was talking to her pony as before Once more NIcodemus xandorl she threatened I will rldg to the top of the hill then down agahi for din nor Sho passed the ambush an waited breathlessly around tIle bond ahiIers and she knew that she was near the mines Below she heard the trda of flux p ss horse followed by a slarp com mand a momentary silence and then the murmur of other voiccjr The hold up had happened and they w are going throuh tb mfre owners po kets and soircbrig his scirtiutas4Itrthe Golden Eagles pay roll Nicodomus Alexander vaa smittw- with indignant surprisolwhn his rider suddenly jabbed hdri sharp heol kHe his hoof scattering the stones ulerfoot In n flurry of dust horse and rider ape peered at the office of the Golden Eagle A dozen men surroundeii Vera Mr Burrjflss helil upf elp him she gasped and tumbled from her ponyIThere was a shout of arger as the mjnorr grabbed their lye pons antjl dashed down the trail to tha the paj master Vera leaned daredly tatt the fice door and stared nt the ble d trickling down the aloero o xer white ISomeone firs at me l she smiled faintly The plucky little an gclalp1edone roughly dressed man ta he led her Inside the building 5 Weeks tifterward Mrsftebry Hex dr ck reread a letter frqm Vera was dated from Eaclo City IDonr Aunt Emily wrote vera i home in another wjiekard i shall bring my husband with me 1Dont faint poor dear auntie hold thff most splendid man Yod can never guess so I must tell you that I am marrying Anthony Tirgess the son ot 1fathers old friend my trustee The trusteeship has been transferred to young Anthony because his father Is dead and Anthony says It is perfectly natural that we shoold baye met slid loved and married for now he can continue tho trusteeship forever And boat of all you are to give up the boarding house and return jhgre with EaglehasAnthonys mine has a new vein of gold and we are aU going to oe Verj rica indeed And Anthony wants me to add a postscript that we are rich thnpplnolltsupplvi Hollands Wuter Trenches Tho war department of the Netherlands has celH1 new sort off tronch sot us in the low and marshy parts or tire coartry whtre in case of invasion tholilftt battles might ho expected FUhttop along the Yser has taught tile strength of a water defense above all others For this purpose as Is welll known the socalled wa orline lies been broitrnt Into readlnees But a groat deal of fighting might take placo upon the endless tracts oi meadows which lie all around the capital of the kingdom The trenches which will here be con structod will be arranged In such a Lway that at a moeat5 notice they can he tprned Into flooded ditches lit tire warfare In Franco and RusS a conquered trench mesas an add Isla strength for the enemies who 1m mediately turn the trench iiito a for tress of their own Tho Dutch trenches when It is necessary to abandon pv1U almost automatically become a 1wUl flooded ditch which will be no to anyone and will merely form Another obstacle oi the way forward The Argument Closed t The European war was tko subject of the conversation The two men wore soatod side by side In chafrs in ono of the downtown onearm lurch rooms They had fought ovi r several of the battles and had also proved their ability as mate bydhposing of a number of tJtr most important questions involved hi the greet strug gle But even then they lied been un able fully to settle the war Still they disagreed on some of the main fact Oh well nobody is going to be licked one of the llunchroom dlplo mats remarked with much emphasis This expression of opinion had fal len also on the ears of a third maR- seated near tho two He turned quick ly oXes but when the war is over every country will bo Broke he saW And It is much worse to be broke than to be licked and I am speaking 1Cromj experience dIn the face of tbjs spot testimony the argument wait dosed itlmlt Ir HM Tnrce There is a lirait Tke number et- cocktails lhighballs flnee and otber flavored and perfUBi 4 Ilbattons known to pofisees a slow tfnueus ttndulatiag recoil action fam larly kiOwa as a kick that mat be ooaewwod at one sitting is Just tkrea The threeroand limit applies however to a rolatlvfly Small zone of opentica tbut never thelesa a popular odb The rule has baea promulgated by a lending hotel for guideace of the fre guentors of the pabUd room known as the lounge anti vrklok U most crowded during the aftenwos tea hours Since tills room la designed for the specia Jomfort of women and ao mere man can purchase anyUrfag in It unless he i escorting oae or more pf the fair sex there Is a wispteUm that the rule had the women ia 1iMfwlun designed San Francisco Chrantele v CAUTIOUS BA1 Knicker Who Awfe lllo bby Jook 7ikc Bockcr t Ho is neutral New York TiD1S- FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING Top whats a pasiimiat teA man whos eeasiok durriiig his j entity voyage of llife Otan to bid now su ltrr = 3 1 j L n l t I Hugro VaUiii Swper We have the agenqy for the Hugro Combination Vacuum Sweet 1 a sweeper for every day in the year Let us demonstrate U tlmarvelous wonder to yon at ourstore ifin your home I dt lIH I 1 V This is Headquarters ffor 1 iJi I t OIL StOVESfI I JIJ Ii1 tL c IJ lr THE BLUE BELLEe101 I v t i r THE PERFEQjiOjJ v ITit if1i v r THE PURITAN I AH Standard makes Cail at our store arid kt us shbv you the merits of tleseinSkcs = i EdekMi s arbettJIeL-I j- t u Ioi Slip a rw Prince Albert iee I smokes into your systemI 1J jffi YouVe heard many an earful about the Pti eAIbertN 4 1 V Patented process that cuts out bite andparch and ltets you dL rsmokeyourHl without acomeback Stake your bank roll that f10 it proves out very hour of the day 7 Prince Albert 112S always been sold J i without coupors of premiums 3j6 rfII prefer to give qralityl N Theres RINGEALBERTsport frupking a pipe or rolling Iiyour own but yw knowthat youve got ja to have the rigVt tobacco We tell you Princc Albert ill bang the doors Vide Jtxi open for you to come in on a good timethe nationaLfiring little often joy smokeup very so without a Iregretl Youll feel like your smoke past has been wasfed cannotN 1 On FwiKlw Pictures A few years ago I heard George Bernard Skew give a lecture before the Camera club IK onion The one thing that f remember that he seidj was that In going into a house he could always tell the degree of cul- Lure sail reflriemetic theta was in that house by the width ot the mats op the pictures course Mr Sliax was trying to behHutT as usual aai as usual thre was lots of truth in what he said It overT one wo M make a tout of the hotMe with that in iahid take down those pictures with the wide wklte or aoloped mats sad have tbnmvrefirasaed close er Jf cartato one Ms to demand a at Have a rery narrow one put on It they would really be sn rU a to gee the im lifOVtHIHtDt1c the appeerade of the room In icnnr mesa the ssine- Tmues eonW IM ued they would only Jfed to Nt eat fflwB PMJndeljtii- Pnfclic Ledwr DoIn His IAretho suffragist or a Meekleoklag near who was loitering about the entrance to a hall where a mob of women were rallyi of apoak4 ing replied the mebklookiig tnau thaijand walt t do yap moan by tha d1 IWhat tnY wife hr anrJrm to tako her b moi Curse of Poverty s1torscamo qtripstill in servicoj I dare say they w UldI VT to go bank ra th if6yilower Wl = wi 4 = S4Da ia of Tne Bw Redpafh Ciaofaoqfet Mere Are t ftelMrk X f JI E i iJI June 8 and Closes dune 13th I L aYou IIa 4nessverv man 4 Who knows what can be fjgotten outof a chummy jimmy pipe or a makins cigarette with Prince Albert for packingi Jfii- HaP1 A Albert tidy LJRETSOLDsTcgtccecoC ted tin and laWiajtcnSIe NC fact every Prirse hasthetide at 1nessaeieatidy redli on It reverie side Youll PatentedjuIyXTh1507 c that the United State Govern merit has granted a patent on the proceas by which Prince Albert Q It made And tr fonn bite andi throat parch are cut out I Every wheretokaecoUaoldroallQnd Prlne Albert awaiting you In tocpy red b ea tidy red tins handtotne i5 pound and halfpound 1p e tin humjdori and in 4Ott that clerer eryitol i 4 Klatahamldorrwlur IDeate moistener iattNt NP4 iI4f l anu AffordAnyu t i j 1 Kerosene Engine r lt AT prqent averge prices for kerqsene an- dg8ic i Titan kerQsn lrgifleS savc ttbet f ioP iic per rnrse poex per hotkr over tiline epgines FjI1fPit t iSf way On an Ahorse cethe say ing is S c flhO1I88G ma iohoardar 88injppi diLjyof work Say that is all your engmedpcs ina r yea v A It would cofit your83 mere than you seed toP to 1tJi run 05 8brSa gasoline cngin one year that isrmore than a thlr of the price of the engine Cit you affordto throw awny Sfn year Can yu nffodi oven to thinkof- b yitc a ftdsoiiue enninc jvhcri yew ntett Titjutthat uses IIrosenes See tktj Than dealer and talk this ov c A He 1isisrne interesting figures to show youi j 6C leLCIftfondHarvse1 Company ofAatka 1 fttfr IIflCrflLd 44 tWt rltt J Than kcrocnnsagae arc sqiJ by t McClure iXf SimMs i ORSAElFordI touring car antione International truck in firstclass order cheap CampJiell Bros y NOIkeI ilLuEzconith1u prtci Tom H pJifinp fli SW e- tittgUetd Kr t h fi1fl1JtAio tg4sr jDRJIILTON S1U GFII2LD3KYi- r M Vain Crosa txetIiofl 7SOtO8SOA3IJou l00 te x DRJ C lfUJD1 ill lid Surgeon 4 5to9ain-J OchQurst22pm IOyir HaydonS Drug Store i H DR ll W HYATT Jver BpfmafiVd State B iiKr Ofllco hours 1080 a m thin4to5p i- nWFdRIGBYJ ATTORNEY At LAW OtBoQeFeOPL Bank HPatNOFIELD KY 7 DRIWFF TRU- SiYDENTIST Office over Uayddn Barber Peptal work at reasonable prices fl work guaranteed 4 T DORSET DORSEY LAWYERS 4 sprinrkid Loutsvill I10 years experience LOUIS vI11ebar Special attention to collections and adjustineris 5PECALTOWQMENTk4 sermicldal of all antlaeptica IsnndI I aA nklbli AslieptiB Powder to 4 W ajjeetlreil ill water as needed Aa aMedicinal antiseptIc for douche I treatiflg catarrh inflammation or vkeratioB otnose throat BAd that caused by feminine Ills Ithaaojo equal For tea years the Lydia E PInUham Medicine Cahas recommended Paxtino la their private correspondence with women which proves its superiority Women who have teen cured say It la worth Its Ight In gold At aracgista COc large wx or by mill Tb Paxton Toilet Co Boston Haas I TREES Sbado and FruIt Trees Strawberry PlanlBv Grapo Vines w Shrubs Asparaguf Rhubarb Udgietc Every tbiug lot Orchard Lawn and Garden aKe Agents free Catalog H K Hffleninejer Son I84li Lexington Ky 1916 14 BAD STOMACH TROUBLE fields to Delicious Vinol Shreveport Lr1I had a bad stom ach trouble for years and became so Weak 1 toold hardly walk or do any work My appetite was poor my food would not digest I bloated and was very weak and nervous I tried many reme dlea without help I saw Vinol edver tiled and tried it and now my stomach trouble is completely cured and I am- WeILE L MARsHALL thetiredovertaxedIU1Q ot the stomvhiJad ccoate strength r c i For Sale WWtttl geli it c g6 15 qr TaiMii x4ft pti ue 8708 1 1or Rcnihe yccm flnt onMIiti15treet 11 ramp bColi f I T- II W6 1iiJOIN 1 g UiA Uibu4 J 1 y Local Happenings of Intcrcs The Freshest and Latest AHAbut Yourself Friend ialldAcquaintances aoaaNU D a Chautauqua Hatsv 75c1 s and 100 Williams Williams Fur Sale A ubber tire brake cwt good as new Fprinforma 4 tOn apply to R JE or J J21I Wheatley V The aonual bipti g of Si Catharines l mniwl11 meet Tuesday fune 13th The Sisters cordially urvitei all members ti be preset persoOlIlteffects1i i r eSijdencej J IRev A Higgins of Louis vIlla bas been conducting a tenI pays service at the Presbyierian church here He Is a very eloquent speaker and has at jtracted large crowds at each service The servJces came to a conclusion Vast night past week theffItJriugUl bad one of the besttobiicco seasons ever seenJJPlants vEe never better 1eatO5 pbr cent of tim Acreage has been set If the4 good sea vertbngJuer j t s Jooillgwptlancl has been plowed several time- slruCourtfs drawing tda j close however on Friday and urdivnf this week there will be something doing iip Court all the time fur or Friday there artt qirtej Urge number of jury cas set forllrial Among the e are the damage suits of Wo1 Mudd ys James Royally and t Llnuthberff disposed of iTbe Fiscal Court of Washington j County will meet at the Coon souse todiy for the pur pose of receiving bids for the ri cousirtfciion of the Willisburg roVd understate aid and super vision However if there art any persons proposing to bid tfcey have kept u to themselves and it is probable thai tile work j will be done by the county iirthA event no bids are received St Catharines The Sisters of St Cahxrinns wish to announce that thera will be a rehearsal of the comm nce ment exercises to which children are cordially iiqyited aLBaseBallIat Cbautauqua Each day of the Obautajquaa baseball game will tie stdged Springfield has been strengthened from last year by several good men iud fast games will be pulled off each day Danville opens Thursday and Friday wilh Kowalski St Marys star pitcher in tkebofor Springfield Thursday Chautauqua Boosters The Springfield Chautauqua Boosters made a trip to yesterday afternoon LebanonJ r TOPICS i I n cQncnd naQ J About thirty automobiles were in the Chautauqua parade aad each carried a number of enthusiastic boosters The rocep tion given them by the people cf Lebanon was verv graiifvinp tate everyone returneh feeltng encouraged by the reception acI corded 4hem Good Lecture Dr W A Ganfielrf president of Central Cfniversity atDanviMe l will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and in the afternpon will lecture at the j Chautauqiia tout and in the evening will conduct service at theteuL j Notice to Masons 0-r The third of the series of lectured on the three Degrees iu Masonory win be given iin Sprintfield Lodge No 50 on Mondays night June 19th 1916 Subject will be on Master Mason degree All masons are earnest Mi1 requested to be d resent We jespuciallv invite all members of other lodges in this county and hope to see them on jiahd- j T E HARDEST W M New Standpipe Completed The SpringQild Water Lighti Company are waIting extensive improvements in their plant here The new standpipe has been completed and iis now seen for mileii towering above the highest p lirits 5u the town In addition Ito Bffink located on a hill it is tJIQJ from the ground tO the itahkand the top of the tank i tblsjjed as to the size of the tank when we consider the fact that Uie baM which surmount it and twenlylnew arrangement will enable the theqcniZpressure instead olthe all pressure and will be mote power rut by 20 to30 pounds The Company is also installing a new ttter tank which will be filtersIthe country When this lio1JI rang ment is perfected which therellwillpurity of the water furnished tho people of the town LFrightful Accident 4 frighlfulviccident occurred at New Hope yesterday then a Miss Swett Was ateoaptiMp o pass over tb i railrjad b nd stuudin freight tr n c knvwtn of the appr haifat pas nger train on the othei side she stepped 114ttH path of ihe moving train and was hurled a con nderable die tance She w ts immediatel y nurriedtott hopal in Lebanon forKurgical aid bt heromdiMon Is ihuugiit to W j opele j J JblaS cIcS a K3R35tt3RX mx W F rloupeS of The Big Kedpath t 1 Elr1lau Fauqua Program 4 t The Raw is three New Zealanders I4 In nisivwobsIjoaesa rnHtive music BWutifol stereopUconi pictures ottiife sonthiPa Lfandi l Health Day ir t 4 Dr Oharle E Baden physical adviser tp formpj PrcidtjJLaft ii hisgreu loc lures ott HeaHh aU El4ppinesstitna How to Live a Utiidd1Y4irs 1 J tSmithSpriaMolnies Kf fr 1 Company ft 1 Troruotie c n HtfBM ie flute viotiriandandtJIci fBu 1 aWiick Quartet F t p 4Our cit nest koo nkdiesqtiarbetsin CArnrjca Jlinfe and Day r T it J FrcLrl kaldpinp1 in aftiirntctn n ling661 c rJ t ii it Great Lsci r so Via1l Subjects i rr Playgrounl Workers and Story Tellers for the Children AVAGATiON AT OUR VERY DOORS 1 i iIliCSsLiitauqtia Opens Here June 8th and doses June 13 J W rW M W or 91i r UAMtai thdA14i1k v xWi iJil M kfcxMfckv 1 SPRINGFIELD 1RY CLEANING CO iil = 1 J Suits Brus ed and Pressed 35c s f Kid Gloves Cleaned 15c E E Straw Hats fleaned and Rebloolujd- iS EI Weary clean twic1 a veek Tuesday and Friday LEVI NICHOLS Propr Phone 154 Mext Door to Clerks Office If M t f t ff flnll If f YHf f Well Known Drummei iis lIt James M Huchai1 qiea at the JIlJb tt Potel in Jrfiijds tltrlansurvived by one brother Mr Joseph Bucbauari1of 13j troit Mich and several nepbe4i and nieces Burial was in Cajli Hi i cemetery after services h3ev Charles Ewell Craika the Cemetery Chapel No m rrinthe btale perhaps wai kndwu to a Jarirer number of peoplj for thirtyfive years he was en aged as salesman for whol saj gro cery firms ofLollivil1 arid during practically all oa this time Springfield was o his itinerary So well know J1vas be that for many years p jojr to his death hg carried no sn iples Personally he was a very ipljens ant jovial good fellow jujhly regarded by averybudy i i matter where seen hdlhad a cnwd around him J1J1no taming them with his rjai in personal appearance tt was large and rather portly A few years ago owing to ill tie It i he HCIleavesfield arid Washington fluty wbo will long remurnhe4 Old Buck as he was i iiiariy ejillaJ Heaz t Mr William T Head c edlit his home in Marion courjky lstj Monday pight aft r nn iltieiisof several months of rbeutl atism Last winter he wunt to iMHrjtins ville Ind with the ho id that he would bu cureJ but hi main dy continued to grow wte UI tit the end tiawas 50 jXrs of age and was born in jl1tlcerr county mowing eurly in life tof this coutity He was a s bcepsl ful farmer and stockma and well liked by everybody He is survivedby his wife and several children Funeral services wrg rpdiHt1uhulch illlCemetj t Jefl I dl I i Mrs Belle Steele di jaj her home near Willisburg iijt Mon nftor an illness of several weeks IMisI Mercer county in 1858 When nI young woman she Was united marriage to Mr Ellis Sieele who with threj chiUren survive William Steele Mrs Earlpheat ham and Mrs Will Hobbsii Mrs Steeio was a good chrihtian woman hlQvedLvl alarg cire of friends Funeral and rvjocas burial were couductwd rt- W illisburg last Tuesday J P ONAqI j Mrs J SClomenls and MISSI Eerestine Knott spent Saturday n LoutavUle t r MiH Greco Jeffries 11 Citing t fritnds and rein ivesio Louisville t Til j Mr Warren McOlello jj spent Sunday in Louisville i Mrs Nettle Sarmou ov1l ing Green is visiting hi ILtsisterI jI Mrs W T 13ructtIMr 0 H Mclntire vas m 1MrLouisville after a visit trf Mends hero IIMr Frank Yankey fouis vile spent the weeU em vith his father Judge 1 S ItY Mr W T Leachmn H IspentI Monday m Louisville I Mrs Howard McEl oy who has boon at the Norton nfirmary hndsretin liealth Miss Lula Waters hf icturn ed from a visit to isivilla rrienitLoutI I Ds W T B i Bouc tpefii Sunday jin j1ibugtin- yule 1 5L Misses Mary Carney and Mat rio MoGiSl spout several days in Louisville the first of the week Mrs Sejjj T iompson enl r IJ1daYjmornling liville several duyjj Istwcelci i Mr Forrest Cecilof 01 hili tIniajTs visiting friends and tives hero Jygeph Anderson of LOU 8 vrlle is speudiHg a few days hr REPORT OF THE CONDITION rTUB Poples eposit Bank doing1 business at the town of Springfield I County of Washington State of Kentucky at the cl6se of business or the 1st day of June J916 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 31o08C Overdraf secured and un secured 442301 Due from Banks 763052 Cash on hand 941202 Banking House Furniture Iand Fixtures r oG904 Other Real Estate 1618565 Total JT + S3SS7S29 LIABILITIES CapitalIStotkpRidi iri miclshS f0000 c6 Surplus Fund J 400t 900 Undivided Profits less ejc jIH nses and taxes paid 151330 Doposits subject chock 4 Jf 37116 Time Doposis thIG7t ffe 20701491 Due Bunks and Trtsit Gngi pnios 31008 rotaL 05387329 STATE OF KENTUCKY sctCounty of Waalilarton Wo G L Haydon nI4J A Boui ware VicePrMiuvnt andCnlhitiof the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true tthe best of our knowledge and Belief IGL HAYDON VicePresident A BOULWARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me tbis6tbdny June 1916 i JC IcE RoY Notary Public My commission expires Tob 3 1916 IINeVI Frorcssion Tor women Why may college women not estrb bookstores In their own clUe l1sh towns In all parts oLtho countrj CtteK stores would meet tho need for a oa lns and should ylold a fair in 4csJ Tho vrarda are familiar to- et it women who havo at least a ttlttrated Interest in thom Porlodl muiic photographs and other 1itnMt where they could ozamlre books HjKl TMTiodicals white waiting and where public opinion could be formed The ctcre might also saill tickets forl concerts anti lcctures and the right wrman could cxerctoo a large in Iaonce in directing tire public taste n 1JMe matters It Is clear that such enterprises as In the case of th librarians 30 yoani AI iUd of the more recont social workers would have not only to fur niah what the public neede but would atp have to educate the pvbUc to iMit lat it needs This woujd ro- 4I8lre skill and technical knowledge exactly as In the case ot tho libraries anil the social service movement and foctal schools would havo to bo do veiopod to meet this need Atlantic VoHthly r Discovering Bcrzx Nobels lcoldental discovery of dy nsttite h11i a numlier or parallels The value of one of our chief prosprr trayfthe dead body of a horse The animal must havo been dead a consfdor able time yet tho body was perfectly fIrMrved and this arousing his curl slty led to an examination of a peculiar dust with which it was cov ered It proved to be borax hitherto used only in glazing linen but des totbecomoleal compounds In many fields 01 dustry r 1111 Lucky English Angler A lucky angler on the first expert eace of fishing has caught at Stalnes England a golden tenth stated to bo tho first caught in the Thames for the 20 years It was 14 inches long llast weighed one pound and fourteen ounces i Aa Week Senator Kern of Indiana has fond recollections of tho small schoolhouso where as a boy he earned his firstt nickel Ho agreed to build a fire in the scjioolhouso stove every morning at least an hour before the opening of t Bchool and to sweep up once a day For this work he received five cents a week Ho still tools that he earned Lit LarQe Russian Wheat Harvest Jlussla in 1913 harvested 947954 000 bushels ni wheat a 7 f I7- 1sft I 1 ll liS MERNOJ VELT 1E8 1 1 Are constantly being added to our stocks and It iiai l F pleasure to have you see them to i in in t f 9c full 12 a few left for and of s t t =y Will mIe the season atmy stables 6 miles from on the Picasnii Run and B ech Fork at 8 To a Colt Young Jphn Mars alis 4years old m11 vas sireti by John Marshal and out of very line Jennet Last season ho served 10 mires und got 10 colts 5 of diem red sorrels Season money de when tact is as ccrtained mare parted withVor bred Care taken to prevent ac payment of s rvicc fee G W Princ season of 1916 at stables three miles from onI Lincoln liutt at 8 To a Colt Prince is by Rex Peavine j Uelle 6820 by Bourbon King 17J1 Prince 1eavine has proven a good breeder t l SSfTo Insure A Living Colt Mn moth lark bircd by Clark he by Kvuna Giant tie by John Sam was foaled August 31st W10 lv S M Cecils JACK he by Parrot a roc out of a Jennet by aninaon Tluddin of this Jack was by Big Mack und ho the best mule jaks in Marion uuueiy t Lien on iiI colts to s cure payment of sorviee foe Care taken to preveut but not should any occur I nesting Bass for Tho South American country eiiil may soon possess an for warfare in tho form of floating base capable ott taking care of six of the 100ton type It will be with tho necessary auxiliary equlpjge for charging the and air roe ervolra of tho craft The floatin base or tender will bo 22C feet long 61foot beam and will havo a draft of 13 feet Sixtysix hun dred horse power will bo By two Diesel englnej of tie type An Italian company at Snosla building tho craft for early delivery to Brazil If it Is not taken over by WI tlaijsn opji iniT Edison and H8 to a friend Thomas A edIson Is ot the opinion that itwafl anger that first turned him toward in vesting fhe light reports the Newark News How it Is related by tho friend who says was of cdurse In tho early days and Mr Edison was then quite tho Inventor that ona roads of poor neer sleeping Ho UveI In a small house Innocent of anything a scientific devices were In every room and all the money went for Then ono came tho crisis in the guise of the collector for the gas com pans He had been ia the house often but Edison hardly aeodlrf Jils I to were at t Iy Things in 1 LADIES CREPE CHENE WAISTS II Smart Styles 25035Oand5OOEach in Ladies white Wash Waists 1I styles in ready made Silk Dresses A Good things in Middy Blouses I 1 I I New of latest Ladies Neckwear t Good showing Silk Hosiery 29c 150 per pair iII The new shapes Ladies Pumps dull kids patents and wMtesSFull line Tennis Shoes Oxfords and Dancing Pumps 1A Few Specials For This Week I Ladies Gingham Bungalow style Aprons value 65c special 50c Ladies Summer Lads Lawn Kimono length worth 1OO special 69c Ladies Coat Suits price only ttMens 500 Panama Hats 500fII Mens Kool Kloth Suits 500650 900 BeltsIISpecial showing this week Hats and Men Shoes Shirts Callars NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS I The Rob rtsonClaybrooke CO oJ 1I VItierrQrted 3b A OLg John MjarsJial Springfield turnpike Insure Living elsewhere anyIFENWICK Pea ine Willmakethe Springfield turnpike Insure Living Peayine hebyRex aildSlMammoth Clark bpahiati LitseyslUack rtirnyJohnretained accidents rdllpQuible RSlMudd Submarlraa oBraI innovation ffjbmarloq submarine submorsiblea provide accumulators underwater tfoveloped elscylinder twocyclo slngloocUng Intandescent According incandescent happendd 1That enthusiastic approaching laboratory experiments a0781Dontftructlons peremptory rnothogaJp NeWEst DE The correct from5Octo150 line the very Vests Ties HERE CI my horse is sicktt J IPrompt attention must be riv Iz i enailing stock so that farm work may not J delayed Bell Telephone Service on the fann eoabltgWoU rto get the veterinary quickly It also keeps you in tbuchwith the markttiandyour neighbors If there is no telephone on your farm writs to diy for our Free Booklet 4 + Address d 1 Farmers Line Department i GmiBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH feOWAN INCORFOItXTXB atonce ct3 tWP t ti91t1pJCOMBINATION IfOuarl House AND Salof 1 s Old Willow prings Whiskey = jj Spring 1908 eight summers pr gal 4bljj rJ Spring 1910 six summers i 300 n Spring 1912 four summers f 240i fJ Spring 1913 three summers 200 r I We fill our Goods 01 tur Sales rtp We Bear Governmem tas ectik IA t t Twelve kinds Bottledin Bon4 CLInrV J Whiskey itjand brands Per Quart PI1pS HEADQUARTERS FOR c Brandies ly mes t 1IcooQm aicl evry 1 j i lit thing IrepS in a firstclass Whiskey flOUM fl =L4 W SIEDBL JGe = II i c LEBAMONKt 11 1 fi if YOU need anything lin this line Wky stt ymlNqrlt him j t fanunyonKnowwilllvcyiiqsart M j T L 444Uet tTt Physicians Adrlae L the use of aEOodlaxaUve to keep the bowels opea aM yMTM 1 y too from gsttjginto your system The latest product of science is VELVO Laxative Ltnr Syw pvrir rellabla and of a pleasant aromatic Uste Vdvo cts MI ttw I stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest posdfeto Mfocy ta f 1iiLjbiliousness siLk headacbo fevertshness MiWMKt te Tfy I YELYOLAXATjWtL rE17 LIJJTh IftEPEOPLES UNIVERSITY is THE CHATAUQUA 1iJONiyONE PERSON IN SEVENTY GOES THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY Jj Th e Redpath in 8 Closes 13 puiIiTELFOUT OF PITIFv HiM i4a i RtoM ef Work That KM 0 IH Crwtlfed te StwimShovel at New Yorkt WJMR a sttfuafthovel Mad excavates f a pit la oeaajetkm with some grade creWgwoikIsrNeWYork1textricMt ftrtfcer tntil it racked a convenient ufcway aai tk trundled Itself out Stke rafl The story is told In EacfseeriBC News which calls It astalaot rwoHaroefttlneea In operating a aieasMMoveL We read- Tbe shovel was used In MaJdag the second cut la a section of tke gradecrowing elimination work which the LoIIC Island railroad has hall under wax for the last three YHrl1a EastJfaw York When thislBcctkia of the second cut had bee- nslietho disposition of the shovel c prewwated something of a problem Ttt wMaetoto1lft1toutofthecutbic OMM It be backed out by the way It ka4 entered Meaue of the timbering lathe Tear Hie tour tubes ot th tunnel had been completed to a poiai where tht second cut on this see tIoi feeffan K was decided that the simplest way of moving the shovel to th Mrface was to have Jt dig Its own way 4owm to one of the concrete the floor of which was 22 feet b kiw the floor of the second cut andIthea te not tlw shovel out to the par tal ok the track laid Inside the tube Ill spoil kindled by the shovel SNU lifted out of the cut by a era equipped with a bucket In order to keep the water distributed uniformly in the boiler and th fire burning properly the rear truck rthe Shovel was removed and the shovel skidded Cia timbers down an 18 per ceat grade Walter H Gahagan the optanVparticular 4ienityDtSOLWERS DRILL AT GOLGOTHA And Armed Aircraft Hover Over facred Bethlehem and the Mounttof Olives t Armed airships and aeroplanes are continually flying over the birthplace of the Prince of Peace at Bethlehem aceordifig to tie Bote aus Zion Tho newspaperfJ a I Itnarrl Nearly the entire Holy Land hu Hen transformed late a mill are maneuvering every day M tkeMpunt ot OUve3 at Golgotha and Jerafalem The English French ulan convents have been tired Into barracks and between Jn Uea aH Jericho where was Islack In tranaportatont t4Chrlstca11eto bring a road Is being constructed for armored motor cars LOBS columns it buffaloes driven by AMto peasants are hauling carts load ed witk towder projectiles and other supplies for the Turkish army along the favorite routes of pilgrims in Pal festlne rut dromedaries ot the camel corPs saalritaln communication be k tween the camps In Palestine and the Turkish headquarters It Is supposed that the concentration ot the young recruits In fte Holy Land is with 01 view toanojfr attack upon Egypt JUihf In Modern War From what has been said it appears that the new art of fighting with light is both offensive end defensive Light under uptodate military conditions is 1ria way a weapon of warJust as much as the rifle or the machine gun It once drawn Into international con tllct we are not to be beaten we must learn how to use 1L Which in a word represents exaCtly the problem that g Uncle Sam is now trying to solve Invisibility Is the keynote of mod 4em warfare To win the lighting man j IldvcrsnTIHen o the development of nightfight Ing rfeyer In the history of war has the surprise attack cut so large a fig- nre as In the present conflict Dark ness for such purposes is tho best help Advantage Is taken of the of night for the advance of largeCOVerI ics tf troops for flank the emploclng ot art1lery for the 4 construction of coveri for the bringing up ot munitions The Zeppellnk ar ralbtWrdsjj tra wage which night labor bringatjtf ihe xlpcsnt find Jt injurious to he health If In a word she prefers to asScywhr shouldnt she be allowed to dp sathe same as a man Certain Idads of work must be performed at night and no reorganization of Indus Iry will make it differt wrItn Fran postUOMaw t WE2 but mew labor laws weyMI jwMtt womea from flllmsjt ks IMHfaal Jbar women npcent factoryfeTwticatitt fiky Hihiiiig ajilpitaay change In JteveBtthemtNIrI S f yOliiM f 20 years In tt yrtMfa tefafte Bt of a newspa Patibeked night work and 9 Jd not MB the justice ofbclng com JMQ to wbrk In the iiytlme because s Oflt else ddxtliki to work It = PIANIST BUILT A CLAVICHORD youngltA longing to hear sad to play h sinsid of Bach on the clavichord the IInstrument on which Bach played and- composedbls music led Frank 11 WatsOn twentytwo years old a Jack musician to build of these In a htruinthta handicap as would cause the aver ogp person to despair a Jackson cor respondent of the New York Wordwrites Two years ago Watson went to Boston and studied for a year at New Eng land Conservatory of Music There he acquired a technical knowledge of the piano and kindred instruments which enabled him to build a reproduction ota the clavichord an instrument which has not been used for 200 years from printed descriptions of It I Michigan there is a clavichord built the time of Bach but knowledge ot tMs Instrument did not come to young Watson until he had practically completed the clavichord on which he was working However he made a trip toI Ann Arbor and not only Inspected theI Instrument at close range but put it onejchord built by his hands was correct and details which were wrong were t a minor nature Potash and Phosphates Tile agricultural department of thi University of Illinois has published other report dealing with the soil this state and the fertilizers whick they need This new Investigation like the last shows that Illinois farm ra need not worry about potash With he exception of swamp lands our so have all the potassium salts they need and the addition of more Is a stlmu ant rather than a food What Bllnols land usually does lack o phosphorus and the United States has a plentiful supply of phosphr rock This fs good news to formers who had been taught that the lack German potash would cut down their crops It tends likewise to stimulate an American Industry which was be fag hidden behind clever foreign ad vertising By the time this war It over America will know how m potash fertilizer it really needs a what the stuff Is worth on the soil Chicago Journal Tenant Defense Leagues The workers war emergency cc jttee of Great Britain in cons Id 1ration of the Increase of house rents throughout the country are organis ing conferences to be held In all th chief Industrial centers within the next few weeks with a view to for IIng tenant defense leagues Thes leagues are to organize the teuai with the object that they snail refuati to pay the Increased house rents dur ling the war It has been Indicated that the government would take ac tion against the abusive demands o t landlords but the workers war emer gency committee will carry out thcli- present D One of the most poignant memories It may be that I have brought boc from the war Is tho unearthly beaut of the dawn in that low country writes a British captain In the Atlan tic Monthly Morning after moralIn I watched it and the yonder ceased Water mirroring willows a the silvery sky stood ever in the tore ground the low farm nouses lay mys terlous the battered church wai whole again With the full light and an awakened world the picture vrat commQnplace In the half light end the silence its beauty seemed the oni tplrftual element In a ravaged worll TIME SAVINO eel never waste time contradicting my wile said Mr ITeekton Are you always sure she right i T wont say tnat But I am al ways sure aha can convince mo U shots DOMESTIC DIPLOMACY m1d0 3ou inrast on having the servant call you at seven oclock ev upatNo But I suretbftCOULDNTjBE BETTER Ii I wqnt to many your daughter m IiIpectq Tory gooa sir She say shell havo me t APPROPRIATElClEidoRATION i 1ThatO1d grouch certainly had his living room appropriately decorat ed rHow was it done fMostly in Ietwork = = HER iiTHE LATEST ALlBl 1 Briton Asserted He Was Full of Quinine When Arrested for As After Altercation IsaultlngMan police court recently Dftyleyears old who was In the unl form of a captain In the royal army medical corps was charged on remand with being drunk and riotous and with assaulting William Imrie a oekeeper of Bloomsbury square by striking him on the head with an electric torch says the London Times The attorney who appeared for efendant said that on the night he was arrested he was leading an offl DarIgswitched on an electric torch to seeII his way There had boon a Zeppoiln ttacl some twenty minutes earlier and the prosecutor thought he might froicited and InOB gtheexcitement was due to drink and arrested him The defendant had suf fered from Indian malaria and had been taking largo doses of quinine which aaccounted for his condition when he was arrested He desired to express his regret for any injury ho ltmIght have caused the prosecutor and was willing to compensate himatThe magistrate allowed both charge I otr be withdrawn German Pension system In reply to Inquiries and to correctt tnlsapprehenptons about the relief exj 11tended byHha German government c 0the relatives of soldierstkiltod In th war the North German GAzette of JjYeinber 5 gives bxact details con cernlng this relief The rate depends first on the rant lsof those killed The widow of a prti rate soldier receives yearly an aver age of 400 marks 100 tho widow iIb not mmlssloned officer 500 mark 1125 or a sergeant marl 10150 II teEach child of a private or noncQr a v missioned officer whose father Is killed 01n the war receives 168 marks 42 rjyear on an average and each child Ic t an orphan receives 240 marks 60 In cases where pursuant to military law for relief of soldiers famllos it iegular relief is extendOd at a reduce bo1laro lief donations Mans Inconsistency DBrid There I knew how it would be LamonthceasedIto care for me lYoqng H sbandWhymy love what can you be thinking of You are Dod r to me than ever ItIt isnt so I know it isnt Yoc tttook meals at our house lots of time before wo were married and 01 scarcely touched anythinc Ma she knew you were truly in love bo cause you had no appetite Of course dear but Andnow you are actually crrn plaining Just because I forgot to get anything for breakfast ChsrIan Official Bird lcollege the home ofr IItII Ing birds for dissection Cats wero IIused formerly at WeMesley for dleneet arInjt but this was discontinued when 1c1one of tho college Janitors was haledi into court on the charge of stealing a prize cat President Ellen Flu Pen dleton was threatened with a sun mans by Chief of Police Hiram Brown and cats thereafter wero shunned SETTING INTO THE UUuniftT Exodus From Cities It Powerful Rea son for Malng the Suburban Towns More Attractive It 0luls Is the day of the uuburb mur maderaiisio bo that only the wealthy cpuld en toy green trees grass and llownrs ttHow all this Is changed because of the Improvement In car service Thin years ago the man of means took the train to his suburban station was met thero and driven to his home Now even those living on small In comes may enjoy the quiet the sweet air the wholesome environment of the near country life without its former expenses apd drawbacks The elec tile cars linking all large cities with a perfect circle of outlying settle meats have made this possible Even tho workingmanhas been thought of during the last decade and many com Cortablo houses within roach of his pockctoook can be found There are no longer tho old obstacles of no stores no churches no schools These 1md all the other advantages of city Ute have followed the car lines Fields and lt sara f pla childrenIt Vr gta Yrs Harper trj urg Over what might have been r Jlrs Digga Yesj she bas waftrd Lkenoughto buy a cow JjCHAUTAUQiJAI1 1 V J = J1 = 1 p r r = I jvtU a f f t 1r EVERYONE CAN AFFORD TO Skt I i N ATTEND HAUTAUQUAL f d r II Chautauqua Springfield UpensJune and Jarie 1tLubee olhi P1ansIIHc iSWISS ARE WELL PROTECTED Alpine Passes Could Be Stormed Only In Single Column at Tre mendous Risk National defense 1it po light burden upon a state of lei s than 4000000 Inhabitants althoug the nature of tho country lends assistance Theemountainous bound rica which suri round the Swiss on three sides arBt valuable allies bu the lowlylnc country on the fort tram Basol tottho lake of Consta ipe Is serIously exposed This is tl q jpart which instthe past has Germans andfFrench to s and where the temvteia d be only a hindrance ntIon of InvaI Islon 1710 at least seven expeditions ofoisidcrable mU lfUll Importance mi led across that portion of Switzer ina without re card to the feelings k the Inhabitants Since 1815 the nou fallty of that ro glon has been on th whole observed but the Swiss hav maintained the reatest possible w chfulness during eriodsp of war The Alpine paJsi aro approached by finer broad road ot comparatively easy grade and ot Id be mounted by annle Ind readilyI lory but this must io done in slnglo column and tho r kk to an enemy severaIpoints jidmlt railways nd the obstacles wo peaceful com merce have been renqovcd No war has brought the tunnel t the test of defense but ever i reparation has been made to stop fle entrance of aa enemy Elaborate f lflcatlons upofi the St GotharB an4blne both tb road and the raifajay while The Rhone valley Is dd prided by similar works at St Maur4ddand Martlgny On tho soutliq tern border the Swiss soldiers mu it stand within a few yards of the r ad and watch tho Italians and Austri w contend for the Stelvio pass at a h ght of 10000 feet On the south tho undary is comprt cated by the lakes rhlch extend from or France in o Swiss territory IIItaly Lake Genetrc a wide neutral mao has been xnau taincd for years but the situation la ibne the lest del icato between Switrc rland and Franco Review of Review J L WanupQ tfacompleted Inebruary will mona 1ure iJ42 feet in leifeth and for a few will be the largest craft in the world England fa building ono blllaunchedTho California Itho first American IJULval vessel to bc3nflt with ins bow curved aft below tfe water The howeI 0If the older boats curved bIlow the water so that they formed weapensThey gunpmakescomo close enough together to rant itarmature faf the California ii thicker than thatf kny other boaOln the world She wI lavo a speed of U 1058rmen The cost JJ the boat alon JI 7000000 but her 4 lpnient of guns and ammunition will Increase lvalue to 1600000l thrr FarmIIin Mnne bo sup plied with pheasants and mallard ducks within two ars and possibly within areIrealized pralLi chickens phot lai ta and ducks on the farm said s4pc intendont of the Game Protective Itfar This la onlt a starter on the Iinaro game move ment More thanSa pundred cUIzcni gamebreedingpurposes and for t 0 market Every game b d raised and sold In captivity hel s to protect the states supply ot OTd gum and If my plans work tit Minnesota will within a few yeta bo the gameproducIng st te in the greatestI Upside Down Hnu Back Again A singular case t alvage has come to light at Queond bWn Ireland wbero the Russian TPSSI flaltzar arrived iu tow laden jflth timber from GUlf Port boundto Co ft It appears that unltzar was darn tie in tho Atlantic I IIcargo of timber a ijho was towed b tt Borehayon wtierq a tor got the yeas to float againIntoI her original post pn with her upwards She was then tc fed to Queenstawn whence she will iroceed to Cork intdiachargo her car ORNAMENt HNQ UTILITY = ti t have been naked to joiu theI choir n I have been tjlJKed to sing in the choir si1 II iTS ME II What shall ifhead this column of uW1yi 3 == SCORED HEAVILY ON PRINCE HlmlDeau Brummells Remark Left Master VictoryWas The mtidIgreatest dandy and fop of Dr1mmollImownn ar delicate and leisured and since l uponheat that time was represented in the et where tho beaus influence was1 nlt by the prince of Wales who was it truth must be told not a slender man It happened that the prince and the beau quarrel od To btla dandy is not generally con sidered the first mark of being a bravo man but Beau Brnmmall gavo Instant proof that he was not only a great dandy but a groat man as well The details of the story are somewhat vague but tho main facts are certain IBrummell know that his quarrellwllb the prince would mean an end of his prestige but ho refused to ykildaod tbeenwantwalking tt TheSherIdanItho print and the dictator cf fashions hnd spread and there wqro not a few who gathered In thq hopes of a passage at arms between them It happened that Sheridan arM Brummell met the prlnco and his I arty With princely ostentation tho royal personage called Sheridan aside and spoVo to hlni pointedly ignoring liriunmoll who stood by B rumm ll aldnot flinch In the crisis he was tWily person winO seemed to bo In different Then Bhoridan returned With a gesture of Indffference Bruin tnell lifted his glasses to his eyes and Indicating with a slight wave of his hand the person to whom pe re ferred ho asked in a dear but languid voice the famous question Sherry whos your fat friend Brummell spent the greater part of the remainder of hisllfo In Calais an oatcast a broken man But with tho memory of his groat rebuke It can hardly be said that In the crisis be was fount wanting USE PERISCOPE IN TRENCHES Arrangement Copied From tire Sub marine Has Been Found of V to the Soldier 1luoI SOlnluablothat it is being used in every caeoi where Qtherwlso a soldier would hay to expose himself and risk bolnj killed The illustration slt ws an lugenlour form of periscope which is now being used at the front It consists t a dummy villa taut which is clipped or Uod on to the proper tills butt and a periscope which is so adjatod that the fire can look along the us sights without In any war showing Ms bead iho surface of the tieck aboI A trigger on the dummy butt n ctod by a strong v Ire to a eaten hlch clips the trltz of tine rLrBy moans of tide aious arranr ment many hundred tA lives have boone HRVcd for the eeli j sniPers hare DOthing to aim at save a periscope New Medical DJccovcriee IDr Almoth K Wrigat thevLord Lie of today iis new twork on tlte AattloiokiB ot Europe with even JtIW1 discoveries Those include Tethodj WitIantiseptic without further weaken Ing the victims Who his researcher ro given Lathe world it will be found possible even to save by the knife thoM timorous parsons who now commit suicide by postponing until too late OltetaUonl In cases of cancer ap08dleitts etc Where blood poisoning has already grin t TOO BUSY TO LEQtJJilA R IThat mo then sbcly par cent of UIC repronta1fves ill eoftge arei I tifawyorg antI oaly 16 per cent are ourIi see this state of afTcir Ieveriod If tthe recent dfiprasMon in trade were toed long protracted this might bo ae complish dTbnt not otherwise The reason biisinato men are no in con gress is that they dont wajittQ bet there they ore too b syNew York L II SHOW GROtlVTH OF CHURCHS r Statistics as to Seating Capacity Ex plain Spread of the Various De ncmlnatlonal Bodies The total seatingcapactv wjf churoh edifices reported in 1906 according to the census bulletin of Au gui40 1909 w5 58536830 an crease over 1800 of 1497Gr7G7 or 344 percent TIre seating capacity reported for the Protestant bodisa Pas 53282445 for the Roman Cath olic church 4494377 and for tine remaining bodies 7QO008vThc rate of increage was practically tlies me for both Protestants and the Bo man Catholics being 336 per cent the for the former an1 333 per cent for latter The iincrease in the scut ItIpace with the increase in population the seating capacity being 692 poe cent of the population in I860 oem Dared with 695 per cent jn ISO i The average seating capacity pqr or boeIRoman Catholic church 436 V ith the dimfflitat single eiceptica of the IZo wnII capacity much m excess uf the average membership For the Brbt estant bodies the average sea ng ca pacity was three timoa the averiigr membership per organiz Jo6 whUs for the flbraan Oatkqli cihurch the average membership was abiiost2l ccpaalttndianapolis NOTHING BUTTHE TRUTH Customer AU the big bemes arc it the top of tho box I suppose Dealer OhJno mnam most em are at the top of tho otlr boxes DOING HIS PART ISo yourson has a college diploms now 1 tTosprod lather- and it cost men fancy price How ever I will say this much for thi boy iHewith money he carn d himself CERTAJN REWARD OF VANII Sturdy Farmer of Jeffersonian SinV ollclty Had No Difficulty In RecI ognlzing Sons Picture HB was one of those stubborn young men who carry ot their own idtyxa rocardl w of consequences and when he left ttMYarmftO engage In thellv wy biwlnrjsa in v nwirby town con triy to the vitbM of his fattier the lfirst thing he did wda to bavq aIJduyoolorcd sign painted rcPt Insl himself hoMlttg a mule by the bridle Ono day his tathor a sturdy oldI ttanner of the Jeffersonian simplicity typo CAme tO In and the son IIa rouc1jIyway neB ffmo dad hp 9uerlod Yn sreplled the old man adr listing his spectacles Yaas Its a 11reckonholdln yew by tho bridle Indtan spoIls Star Novel Burglar Alarm A novel burglar alarm 1ms been placed on the market JnGecniany com posed of a small metall disk circular In shape which mfy easily bo carriad iin the vest pocket It Is so arranged that a defonmins cap may be inserted nndJpo loaded it becomes a terror to sneak thIeves SUpposo a traveler is etkying in a strange hotel and finds that bo cannot lode his door He places a chair agalnat tho door and allpa tho disk under one of Its legs Should anyone attempt to enter the room the chair Is forced oat of lion the disk flies open arid the cap explodes awakening the sleeper The disk may bo used under baggage In purses under bicycle or outomobtla tires and In many other 31r= S II Always Helps KyrwntingWoadtoniCardul Ibean to ss IthoughtI abletofakIncthreebotIIIofI a new woman I houaewortasI wish every suffering woman would fin I The Womans Tpnlc littleandI goodHeadache nervouieitiredoWomanJytonic You cannot make a mistake fa trying Cardul ilinzwomGet a Bottle Today Children Cry for Fletchers The Kijid You Have Always Bought and wh1ckas Hea infuse for over 30 years has borne tile signature fcf and has been made under Ms fw sonol supervision slne its Infaey- cocewaa Allow no ono to deceive yon IK this All Counterfeits Imitations Bpd voitasgood nr Intfe Experiments that trine xvitli end endanger tlia health W Infants and Oliildren Experience against ExpertMeat WhatisTCASTOAIJCastorla Is a harmless substitute for Caster Oil yare gorlc Drops mid Soothing Syrups It la Pleasant lif contains neither Opium 3lorpbino jior otue73arc tifc I8Ulst11 Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Wet i nntl allays Foverfshness It cures DlarrJiaAa HriiMl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CokgtijMiiMr tinft Flatulency It assimilates tine Food rci latcs ihe Stomneii nnd Bovcls giving healthy nina uatvrid setsThe Chilorcn a Panacea Tho Mothers PrlcwL jG5NUE CASTORl ALWAYS Bears the Signature of s f 4 H i IThe Kind You Bare it Always IkMi inUse Ff Over 30 Yfiirc Ifuvs7 feH sE rmCCT tTt I ITIle 0 DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt Dust alMl Dnkifwry le HefA Cbitio PalIl1Jlll 5- wReJi II Mf wd tibiaf fenihae ud MM Ac iwf wi oidwtMdfenMdMtMetMMdkrtkcMcrfdMl MdtkeoULiMMd cerp rzwhDMIiyCbuMsSi7iISweprl creIteI pwwdes wwuiJs- d It jvt nm ml tnjt sii na IM iIcfawii vp aI lb IMB ranliap I TIE IWILET IWUPEKe aJs IMS4PM YigwsqelayFor 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IndzecdottLd cwtbaItc aadz dyig xw Ktd JfTh icoyv17 t 51tOb3L1gtUh3tltf4 IIklt ruuvee tIr 1 Ia I Pont ratXens aiIWnoi YOU WANT a Better JOB71 1JThft question win be asked yowa1mOlt doily y besln eMces ftyou qualifytc4ce the Draui hOB rnunbigad bow ssgd More hANKERS indorse DRAUGIJONS Colleges thai 1ndorMaJtotbw ness colleges COMBINED 48 CoI1ege1a It States InUknadoaal rqmtadw WtswrlZEuBookkeeping Bookkeepers alJ ever nm sJp othe United States say that DraUgh OBa fcry ko Mvr 1lJI 6m New Syslera of Bookkeeping saves them hokltag good position a neat d StudyShrtkaL V cia cdqrt reporters write the System of BY WAIL frrit use F DsuoGooa prfwnswAyJ DRAUGHONS PRACTICAXBU8IHKSS COLLEGE w seellyw cMssiis Sc ii l fIi l blIpE- i= v JiThe Eyening POltaDdNSLead er both one year for 350 e k