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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r V- r w L r r r STABL SPED v t ANN4DOMIN11883 t yrf e 1TwTITlE NEt4S LEADER tJIi tifTij ifNEW SER1ESYOL XXXIINO 23 if SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTONI COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 221916 I00ERI tf l j 1 T r i f + Tt 1 CO fINGh 1 c i T i C pia PEAEldwff- A f- lH t CALL TOA MS AGAINST WAR i Which isi believed to be tie most Noteworthy y achievementin the history of Motion Pictures iTreating on a subject vital importance to very red blooded American A subject that ft touches the heartstriiigs of Mother Father Sister Vv Wtfe A subject that not only portrays vividly Worldrpower but actually shows in its horror what Wouldreally happen if an invading Army landed oil bur shores Live Stock In The South V Tbere is an incrAasingintere- in It livestock throughout tb South and ills a most encouraging sign 4 t I TBff South is a grass country though it is not generiTly admitted and the climate altogether with the Southern stock raiser Home and Farm has referre- recetity to the renewedactiylt- n1 Kentucky in connection with this interest ad evidence at cumulates to show that for Key totn ky end the Southa new er fin the raising of livestock has opened In Woodford county Kensuck- they are givingr much attention to the elefrdcattlE Col B JH Tayjcr Jr of Frankfort iwns the tinest herd of Berefordj cattle iathe word Mr Nl Camden ot Versaile Wood coon YiblfoS decided to go in t Hereford breeding and has it- gtructeIthe q agent who repre I sents CoTayor in En lan I to purchase someof the best ih r 0 bUghbred stoat tb be found there It is underRtpodJio wits secui v six COWS to tort with Col Taylor says that he hadI fdjl tcted his aent purchas for him he best bull exhibited England with no limit us to atricetime Gol TjkyTor hat bough from BlguiiStl her greatest Bey ford f He has storied out thI jj theititentioni of making Woo d ford county the center of the Hereford breeding industry and the advent ol Mr Camden into v the busines on a large sc jloxwill 1ncreasei tije prestige already al tained br IheTaV or herd whicsh Tia valued at everal hued eel thousand dol rSIRecently a delegation of bnsl bess men from LnuisvileI went jon an excursion through enpe see and Kemucuy to see for themselves the ugrionllural de 1velopnieitt otthese twvrStat- Pere e in subtaace Is therepbrt 4 made by one 0f these merchants Wito the wonderfut climate i ana soil cogdi ions there threat positiltiesi for raising rails vegetates aid stockf As inK nifuckv efficient and intensive farniing has not been the order ot tiie day burr witff t goodi roads iidw under cnsruc- t1f1fe1nd the Advent of the PoUlCj blesthereI b an 1mJtrovemen i s rick1t ral CQnditioJDS h I lDefd production of catIle iMMl dferyaadf orchard products t fill IfPbeiVar been a blessing bttiii ail t aoy dlsLrjc s f nMiMMl el pending entirely apol DhTrityg ofcotioa vegit 1rodeiCta efjeqi Jbeio planted anoV stioci r1 r rf t = bt 1t 1 I t k i I o J I i rI of j is J i to i l r raising extensively engaged In Itmaybe intexesting to know that ostsheepehogs etc are shipped annually to the Bourbon Stockyards of Louisville fromMiddle and West ern Tennessee WesternrTennessee 2600 carloads o strawberries were d this asdaysrtime to the Easters markets tne greater portion of which was shipped to Canada viaiteadr we found tthat there were 250000 bushels of peanuts raised thY Bourbon Stockyards of Louis ville cattle were shipped which brought more than half amillion dolars sad from Dyeaburg even larger shipments were made imdinteroests With improved shipping facilities and with intelligent instruction from farm demonstra tore t as to the points on which profit depends this whole suction trethe Golf roar the Atlantic to tbeMjs uIgreat supplv depot from which wilt bedrawn cattle to make u 1the meat supply of the world Hume and Farm SomeeBy casual observation we no tice that some men have no trouble in securing world while others are always out of work and always complaining or cs a rule you find lteat there are no jobs for the jobless Who is t blame jt dues not take long t solve this question you will find the jobless man does not strive to make himself in dispensiblo to his employer There is all = ways some one else whowill do hisworkmuch better I Hah qs always time to talir to roll a cig arette or to Spldter od the job ere long lie is told title fhe nee a not come back areEvery ypunp per orit should get an education be industries and learn to do tbeir work wo l The youngman who knows how to do something better than the other fellow can always hold down a good job The world is looking lor the man who can do sOw eel County Democrat CASTORB A Childrenurf Bi KkMld Yiu flava Always BoagoE t iaarstlio lilt attuOf Lf The alibia world power is depicted before your eyes m J Stuart Blacktonsr masterpiece TIHIEBA1V1fILECR1rOF PEACE This call to arms against mar dealS with Amenca s unpreparedness in such a way that it touches bosonCHARLESa Vitagraph cutplLName of Theatre opens withon date t Dr Ashlock In Race f Anew Richmond has entered the lists nomImatiunFourth district in the person of Dr J H Ashlock of Bardm county who wit now compete Graysonfcounty to see which shall run to Congressman Men plectionlJudgeJohl inridge and Will R Lyon of Hart b asl1ikeIteputtitannot appear to be falling over themselves to get in Dr Asht lock was a candidate for State Auditor for a while last year b futHUe Times Mail Carriers Appointed J The carriers for the free mail delivery have been appointee They are Messrs T G Harrison J HiJlJAn Inspector is expected tojir rive in the next few days and start the delivery system Peoprep of Lebanon get the free delivery ib is necessary that eightyfive percent of the houses have mail boxes The boxes must be pur chased by the users and cost as low as 15 cents per box As soon as the patrons put up the mail boxes Col J Wathen will notify the inspector and the delivery system win begin Marion Falcon MilloJohn W Cox proprietor of a mill at Glutton in Casey county a snorti distance from the Marion county line met death in horrible form at his plant last Saturday while attempting to shift a bolt attached to a corn speller He kicked the belt ctf the pulley but in doing so Became entangled in Hand WItH drawn tip to a line shaft He was hurled round anti around the shaft until the stoppeaHih legs crushes all of the flesh b9 lug stripped from olja of his limbs He was ateo fearfullyl injured in other ways Pay sicians who were summoned could do little for the man other than relieve temporarily bis BUt feting and he died a few hours later Mr Coy was widely known i r In nndlwasi fiVejchUdreDLebanon i IWILSflfN ANI MISUA1L y Democratic NoitijrLes For Presi tan ice 4 PresIde 11If ColiseuT St Cij His Mo June udVnominated by accli nation to nigut by the Dew e tic Conven- lion the ticket heirs complete- four minutes before Ofriday Contraryt to e pectations jhowevar the convention did no ffinish its work becni de the plat form was not readvj and will meetasain at 11 ocfcwilf Friday morning PRBSIDKNTS rjilANic President Wilson own plank charging conspiracy mong some foreignbQrn citizens for the ben deIIJOUUCinA Y opt ing such a situation was inCor- Porated in the platform just as the President himself had sent it from Wttshingtohj It was understood that the resident in sisted that the plank should be r1hgi i r1 Senaor Temes of Kentucky was elected by the convention t be chairman of the Committee to notify the nominee fjr President MAIISUALLON TIDE There never wi s any of President Wilsot ln nomination Possability thntbomo vicirpresidential booms might b br Kht out In opposition to Vie Presidentj Marshall They nialted away however when tht cOnventio- got in season and as soon u President Wilson nomination had been made Illyja roarin chorous Ifacclam Itir3a Senator Kernwuo reno Mated Mr MardhaJl oast RSIIn long pr pared speech and Imply elects- ed I 1 nominate T tl4mas File Marshall of Indpi a for Vic President To Presidenxonu nom i ination there was IfOil dia tenting vote Rrt Emmet Burke of Illiiroi vho ramp tto tho convention uc UQciDg that he was opposed t6 t laPresidedt theI1 ori SALE oft Ioniroom cottage on inia Ave iA GREEN i Sop Cattle Spld f For Big Price Lee Dawson S Co whp slop ped cattle at Chapeze sild to Henry Knight represent a Phil adelphia concern 500cattle a tr 85a per 100 These cattle are to be delivered June 17th The average weight of the bunch iis 10501b8 The firm of Lee Dawson Co is composed of Mr W P Lee MesflrsiNew Haven While the dMwould hags coined it had they Markettwhich was steadily raised since 1tbo great bulk of the cuttle were sold Last year it was exactly opposite 1he highest pprces f offered at first were declined and the prices dropped forcmg them theyrwere offered Their experience e then caused them to accent tit ttirst offer this y oar =JScho Took Several HundredTo 1er llBallots politicalI conIvention held at lizabetblown i 1881 to nominate a Democratic thoe Fourth district it requiring several hundred ballots before countyemerged tThe convention opeped with eachiwith ogre or lless strength and 1the lines tightly drawn Tlfos who faced the barrier ryes Thomas A Robertson of Har Jin E E M enDrsSmith M Hobbs of Btfltitt E E Wailsger of Ohio Robertson was reel insr renomination and by super doteea opposition until the wiy opened rfor him to step in and land the s waYthee utmost good fueling prevailed among the contenders every con dur1inghope of breakiug the deadlock and nominating one of the candi butltbeCourierfJournol NoticeIam prepared to do atra reasonable price x Tom B Phillips High Street Springfield Kj Every patriotic citizen should ice tliU y r great play at 4r Walnut Street Theatre MONDAY 4t r JUNE 26th 5 Biig ShowsI w j 10 aim 2 47 anda9- pAdmission 25cl Bond Issue Defeated The proposed bond issue 250000 for improvement f the roads of the county was voted down last Saturday by a major ity of 3172 Only three of iii eleven precincts gated in fan of the bonds Raywick Chicago and Holy Cross and with thee ception 6f Chicago the majorily in these was small In each oft the other eight PrecCnctsrtin majority against the bonds was large There Here only five votes cast forth bond issue iin the Bradfoifsville and New arket districts Lebanon E terpriseLIII jrtPays To Organizei A plant cndawn Mn Keutucky had just employed a strange ne fro as a mule driver He hand ed him a brand new blacksnake whip climed up on a seat behind thedarke if he could use the whip Without a wordthe mule driver drew the black lash between bis1 lingers swung it over tits head and flicked a butterfly from a clover blossom alongside the road over whfqh they wet e traveling That isnt bad remarked the planter Can you hit the therenAgain the negro swung th j whip and the honey bee tell dead Noting a pair of bumblebees on still another blossom the nuCroewished1 them out of existence wih the joiacker of dyetw furtherf admiraiipn from hisjie employer A little further along the planr inoa bush beside the highway Twp assembnat the entrance tb the nest Can you hit them Sam he inqnired Yea sah I kin replied the negro buy taint going to deys orbuntzed I SBUIOUS Clt RGECariEd ward 17yparold colpred boy was arrested Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Tom Stttyion tin a serioub charge1 perferred by Joseph Craven of the Raywick section The negro is accused of attempt Ing tt1 miatrett the little 7year old daughter of Mr Craven on Thursday afternoon of last week Edwards waived examination nheharrainged before r otntyJ- udgtlroJohn A Burton Monday and was held Lb answer to tthej grand jury Lebanon Enterprise of Club Notes t goof WomansClub meet ing hftldatf Library building Thursday Jun15th thee President j orReports of Cpmmittees were first in order xMrs G C Wharton chairman of civic committee reported plans oewhat is known as the Retry lot on Depot Street Inspection rafter the annual clean up tills been delayed for atnMrs Barnett chairman of finance committee reported hay iing made arrangement for a picture show lobe given for ben etit of Library the last Friday in each month She also requests that the PerItame Cbs products be ready for next meeting Mrs C A Green chairman of Press committee reported hav ofIlthTreasurer repor ted ahice sam realized from refreshment stand adventC e sale of tldkets 0The Club is more than pleasedI with the success of the Cbantau sixtybftown and county signed the gear auee fora Chautauqua flex year proves the popnfarity i Crho movement JbIj A signal honor has been gon erred on the Womans CJotfof Springfield by having its oresi dent Mrs Reese chosen as one set brahkfortnext week to devise l wait anoTmeana where by the Womans Club can be aSSJ io reducing illiteracyt the tancel Questions on the study tours- ahd the regular proram vera I omitted the time bring given to 4i1x z J3 lion being invited to come and tell us all about the seven day Cbautauqua to be held at that place beginning the 28th of June Thu Library building hud been put iu perfect order 8nd decorated for the occasion with clibflowers x he delegates were welcomed und 1ntro ed to the Club by Mrs A Green in a 5ho tad dress V The tabs ot the visitors pnI the always attractive subject ofas a Cbautauqua program were lulb tutire iJt ff entirehiffereat tharoieiveni wil worth attending 1 The Club will eetbe coni Thursday in girth month it 1p during the summer r The public is cordially iivlktd DetcctiTe Wamteit aThe undersigned A cy will consider application for btr ship from certain localiti es CKentuckyinals Collect Naageiand Ai dresses of Farmers Cojlct debts and furnisbrcJJrfl ports to business cowsermt WJpay salary fees For parlfetertwrite VA TENN DETECTJV1I AGENCY r Incorporatedii 4 r Mahoney BuilSingl Bristol T ir F t Va 1Y t L Food For TLe1jl t ti Never was there tle i tira history of this country wbM iMM t lpeopJeat large were all ear 4 and inveterate reader of MM i papers as they art today M ithis is especially qo in thgf mcof newspaper adverti nt People Whoa few jrf twould hardly look at am a4T r tlsement no dfget every vt1r4 iia it and they do it wiUi atitr pose Thehsani jsiii x briM ening and expaB Vij will teeoti log more liberal Il detaia blood noel partlcilarjy tlwifcc atv fof food4h t conserTe MM tMif 1iA 1 rat iutere sof the read A ht c c the well worded aAyertiWMfteM appeaU directly toaTery wdtff j balanced ralwl It pot aM tiN way to economy And the efae btrita+ ra x advertises arc d17 itt l F r3A f 1 desire to jiiell jdwrtely my F farm of 71 acIl i l from 8priai4l4 WICl yIjapi lapel and sins en Ua good tfft aY icewelli and Springs Jhtr tetorm xtioa call Os SAM V J I t 1Y DUFF SOW WO DnqMuv Vrj Habash Ps q i fF Ja 1 tIIF AD RI It i i SJNGLDJCY IsyzY4Y j H tlMIBI rMt JOSEWMLIN t if t iwitori and PobJisheraI vv astrd lit th ostii 1A s msntMs aaaD matter t v TiM Doc atic Convention t1 b4Z adjourned af er nominatingr i PrHtMMi Wilaon for President ftd TlKHaaa Marshall for Vice C Prxidtat While the ticket has jOpyMiite It generally conceded kt fc will bs practically a walk pier for the Democratic ticket t J andit would be very unwise tot ccaujpt Presidents in such a tiawaa the present and while Ii ife apjwnente of the adminis tfind faulty yet no patri rt 4ie American can find fault with the President because he has en t okftYored to save the lives of Sor young manhood by not 1 pliDfing the nation into war and grief Yet when the time comes i the President willl not be found Hiking in aistent tJlii f c1 9 Mexican Situation h t I + IDispatcbof the American re ply to Lbs Carranza note and the aiQOinced determination ot wading the State militia first r itered Into the border for jnwdiata service as requested byGn Fungtou are the out i fttaladlng features of the Mexican J situation The note couched in t1t the strongest terms informed Ithe Oarranza Government that ItheUnited States Government d Shad no intention of withdrawing b the expeditionary force from Mexican soil or changing its prent course in any respqct 0 Uponito reception and the reI ply which the de facto author ities toake things the future of I the operations along the Mexican border AntiAmerican feeling in Mex t leo apparently is growing and- Eaaoy United States citizens are I leaving for the border or the sea coast Preparations have been maae of Mexico City for a refugee train to leave thre to i 1 daj rovid d the rolling stock rcan be obtained Itis feared that a clash be 4 fff I twen the Mexican and Amcr can forces inder Gen Persbing IiI1a take place at any minute Array officers however say thatf the American leader had so dis poeed his forces as to make the position a very strong one Every member of the First Regiment was called to quarters for permanent duty at the armory and will be kept tbere und er mil itary routine While company commanders are recruiting their organizations to the required ml imunj strength the Adjutant Generals office is busy working out all def tails of troop movements and camp maintenance and will be ready whenGov Stanley orders the mobilization of the Kentucky guardsmen Scores of turns ot the New York Merchants Association 4 i announced yesterday tbat em ployes going into service as guardsman would receive full pay while away r g7 Valley rill After our absence WI itemdfifOr Harvestine seems to be wellJ under way at present but weatbrf er cbnditionsVre rather unfavbr able I Liitle Miss Mary McDowel Settle is visiting at the home 01 Mrs Parmer Goatley at thiV writingtH H Shehan and family yffit ed relatives mf Springfield Sun 0dayMr Clell Hufebes was the guest of Edl Goatl y Sunday Mr Chas wss theSheban guest ofP D Goodlett Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos V rgfn were guests c3atthis place Monday Quite a number from this place attended the funerl of Mr Joe Settle at New Hope Monday James Moran and wife were guests at the home of Mrrsv Harry GrigsbySunday Willie May and J T Reed have returned to their home at Graenbrier after an extended visit to their grandparents Mr and Mrs Reed Miss Lena Ypung of Bards town is visiting at the home of Mrs Louise Ballard at this writ ingMr Clifton Taylor and family dined at the home f of Mrs ti L Grundy Sunday f 0Mr E J Brown and family aid Oscar B6bliU and r family 1rSIwMr Byran Croake of Spring field was here Saturday r Mrs M Reejl was the weekend guest of relatives neanGreen brier Mr Will Boblilt and family visited relatives near here Sun 0dayMother fa Bluejacket 0Salem Mass 0EditorI ani u mother of a blupjacltet and proud of him and the Navy which he serves Iwill sav my Sons assoclatesaregentlemanlv wellbred bovs good principle kind and very thoughtful We American mothers are apt to tb undemonstrative especially in expressing our appreciation of our sons rood deeds If you have a son or sons who are will ing to join the U S Navy let them join it Encourage himj to 0tooto decorate the coffin and reserve our praise fori be funeral orator when tha object 6f our admira tion can neither seenor hear Dont be afraid to take yonr SOL by the hand and say lam your mother and will gve my consent for you to join oneof the greatest blessings of today the Uuited States Navy My son says it home without a mother Where Old Glory waves to the breezes of what jjoys it bring and how it cheers the very soul of everything I wish you coulil see mv son since he jjoined the Navy three yens ago It has made a man of him In his three L1 RokMhave the reputation among car own kr of representing more dollarfor 3IdoUar value than you can buy in any other tire The Cost Is Less+ t f 0oinpare them with p tad prices 0 f if V everal other standard makes r Prices on Fkk Grey NonSkid Casings r 3x30 e 1046 41 x 35 e 3120 ri 3i x 30 r e 13404x36 3155 4x3322005x373730 IFikFREE service in znorethan 125 direct Fisk 1J Bn cke Promptest attention assured both tire 1 t 1t hs wwer At j t 13 Iit Hagan pos 0TT Fisk Brandt in More Than 125 Cities r vt tshehas Au tg wu Ika wouidu have lid had he stayedon Jun4a traie Ho has one morO yar to 8orv and in one of my receitlettirs received jfrom Ouba Mother I think If ll goes well at my txpiraion of ofservice 1 will jjoini over again He is a credit to any mother who cin say she has a sou m the Navy 4 PAlLORS MOTHER CORN BREAD WAS A FAILURE out Husband Tried to Be Discreet In His Remarks to the Discomfiture of the GUcst They wore a newlymarriod couple fhoVrfe though a fair cook did not know how to make things his moth ftr hat prepared AId this vexed the husband although he was disposed too Indulgent for the sake oi harmony nut there was ono point upon which he lorrowed not a little His wife outd not niako odlblo corn bread and corn bread was the food upon which he WM reared Qneday a girlhood friend ot the wife visited her anfl after asslstiflgln o preparation of luncheon accopted an invitation to stay and oat it with the newlyweds The husband arrived and the guest and he took their places at the table while the wife wont to tfca kitchen to bring some forgottftn dish Before his plato was the husbands orn bread but It was a miserable fail ure Sickly yollow flat and heavy Ho became confidential There Is one of the trials of a buS band whose wife cant cook ho said apologetically to the guest Just have a look at that corn bread But you mustnt let the wife knowwhat I said for Jt would hurt her feelings When tho wife entered the room1 a dew momenta later she noticed that a deep blush suffused the guests face Why what Is the matter dear tiho asked Its nothing the guest replied hurriedly An hour later after the husband had gone to the office thc chorus of two laughing womens voices merrily resounded through the household of The iiwlywoJs But the wile has not yet told the husband that her guest made the corn bread on that day she stayed for luncheon in fact asked the privilege because sho considered herself aq adept at making corn bread JJ GET BEST MILK IN WINTER Recent Investigations Servo to Show rat Former pularlmpreaslons Havo Been Wrong It has always been believed that milk butter and other dairy products are at their best in the spring and summer rhen tho cows have thebest pastures Jut recent investigations conducted by the Massachusetts state boaVd of Oiealth fall to beat out this widespread popular belief They indi cate onfthe contrary that under current conditions the milk obtained In Bummer Js If anything somewhat ferIor In quality to that obtained In the winter when the cows are shut up instablesA of 50 degrees the bacteria In milk will Increase In fifty hours from three to thirty times the initial number while at 70 degrees they will multiply 40000 times This is why milk should be kept cold Milk will not sour for soveral day It packed in Ice bury Exonerates Dead Cow When an automobile lilts a cow ana injures it badly the driver Is to blame and not the cow oven if the cow did get nervous when it saw the auto headlights bearing swiftly down on itA Jury decided the foregoing in Judge Catena court and awarded 100 damages to Emil Alt the cows owner August Sempert who owned the auto argued in court that he didnt know the Hawthorne bridge was a browsing pasture and that the cow should have worn a red light on its taiL But the Jury disagreed with him Portland Oreji Dispatch Los Angoloa Tlaea At the Boarding House New Cook anxlouslyJ There art 14 more to be served maam and weve nothing but dirty dishes- LOndIadyHfiY George get the VYIComen Widow A Wagoner SheI think that sonata Is tho most moving musts 1 over hoard HeNO the rattle or a tI1m1 MS beats U all aoihnr f r 1 WAR BLOTTEDpr HUPtOR- Comjo Papers of Europ Publiin Ing Pictures WhcfHavo Bestial QMIiIt- yWarbeing aIfoundetJL Goethe said on hatred nccCS8rill tends to blot- out humor This is ltJi those m bear in mind who lam nt the coarsen t1 ing and vulgarizing ijhich have over the comic a of England IFranness of touch diapp rs and all that I get is a series of Brutal strokes One feels it in Punch Its cnricaJ lures of Emperor WJUiam seem as thR ked out by the sword and lean him little human sen lance film larly in the German j aperl Ulk thor English one rather shudders then laughs Their designers ore eviismtly filled with rage aud fear making the artis He result terrible perhaps but never unusing Tb extinguishing by the war of goodnatured raillery and really witty characterizatiotn and attack among the peoples jinvolved was in signtti truly is Only whn we become cal itposiblecather a pity to Bed tho bun rista cross the sea suddenly turn Tilroli- eNw farz Ereqaicir Post wanted fi 6utnprner Bo was a goodlooking young negro whose clothes gave Go Indication that he was out of a job He entered the Enquirer office at the moment the staff wns taking tbe relax ation which followh the consignment of the last edition tfa tho press Said the young icgro Kin jro gemmen tell me whether thas c suthen gcmmanan vyah round heabT Whats the matt with anorthen Common T inquired t le staff kidder Boss answered iho young negro fAh Jus got In f a Goprgy An hungry F Ah kin fia gcmman fum down Sout hell he me out Maybe thats ai jar one Possibly Its a Into andnbWayto make t raise But If the IYng negro was ot the level and he jllcked tthe South received Its hannoat Compliment In those parts In ir4diy a day Buffalo Enquirer f Another Peach 4a Peach Story Brown Bartholomew and Johnso3 counties all combldeu make this story Mr and Mrs Eljppa Davis live on a form in the cornj nado by the three county lines ThJ y have a peach tree on their place th4tt jras been acting in an unusual mffhjj OJ and Mrs Davis who visited Coljjm us Ind recently brought along slimi proof She had one twig from thcjt ee on which thor woro 1 peacheaJltfij combined weight whIch was f4n pounds There was not another iach on the tree but the one twig did bbly Just a little distance from ti iisf tree there is an other that Is sol dl ig forth its second crop of peaches and nearly all of the limbs now are flj the peaches being about the size ol r Inca eggs On the Davis farm thor i so is a second crop wlnrIndlandoUsNewa Practle ng Economy When the conversation turned to the subject of c6nomy this little fad dent was relaied by Congressmaq Charrlea H Bufiio of South Dakota Jenkins was Bftl Ing In front of th drsaouse in asuburban town whet a fellowcommuter came along and an reeled a dlasormlbn on the high cost c living fl 0Speakinging respond cj Jenkins everything is economy dojn our way now My wife is practlclj g it tobeat the band You dont m an HI exclaimed the other In wbit way Is she econo jSho alzlnjr on my shirts was tho rojoinji ar of Jenkins She Is buying me t ireo for a dollar so that she can g t a 15 fiatPhfladeiphla Tolecraj b1 IndustryTho ant tar Is a highly Important Industry of the timber districts of Russia A large quantity of such substances is not only usedj for home consumption In Russia butjlB also exported to for- eIgn markets England alone takes Over 1OOOO l4rrpls yearly of Russian pitch and tar Itt normal times pitch Is exported chiefly to England from prlnlicJpalshipped Germany from the PsiO ports anjl orcfrland In rofut yc2N ii western nUAitia os pecially near the Vistula lifer largo quantities of Itch and turpentine hare been dlBtlllec from the stumps lot after the clesnce of woods this har Ing been In g JMt demand in Germany Jn aocounUof a good quality and low price Up tolIt present time tho op crating methi t s employed In this in dub have n for tho most part of a primltir baracter and on in small illahmants cnrrlcdIr I Sod cwner salsa is at8Cmo time Girls Will M rfy Crippled Soldiers A lottoI h t e London DaIly MAil conveys tha Ili formation that hundreds of Enggisl girls have expressed crippledtiritishas their coot ibi tion to their countrys causeS The rs caIne as the result of a publish uggestion that plucky girls might d Jot service so and all 0thatof this wholej alpl matchmaking is that no flpgree luck and patriotism seems sum 1fnt to Overcome maidenly shyness Tie girls have agreed to marry but tcannot walk up to tho first oneleg e i soldier they see and toll him scrtj eotings are to be afIranged by cj r i In women of the London Went en where these solfsacil fining girls ill be Introduced to the lifelong bur they have agreed to take a hustt t s 1f ourse Not That docijoHclaims to have discov ered an anti tyy new disease dl hope b Wjont pqblleh the sym toOls of It1 If Why no People qftftOJif they de- 0ot thw t can thfSrj rr ij- jitjMK28W582BW r rL m i jI IWDD L 0 aI j g I I tIII iI L1L iJA 1I S I ciA r cI irci 1 I ImnjOIJ 11sIl IIf0 I None of the hidden cigarette enjpyinent J i t iiff can get away from your if your cigarette is t f Straight Cut e p 0 t The reason is that Straight Cut draws so 1 freely andevenly that it gives to you the smoker i fHi 1 ALL the lively taste and delightful aroma that g some cigarettes cant deliver fl tq 1 Its the difference between yourgetting ALLI tthe taste or just part ofIt tt i v The two little words Straight Cutaffi ba M ft every package off Favontesnotice th nvwhehu iLv lu1 1tryyour first package foday v lr J ri jW Iti 0I1 t t1 1 E MOR1TEri A Straight Cut Cigarette i gptgaRthgQodoutcfgpedfcbtteco i 10 fS f l Also pack 20 for 109 aiJIIlff nB j e = Itice To The Publicc I THE FAMO- USOverland Gars cII Are For salel at the SPRINGFIELD GARARGE I1Overland Model Roadster75 75Touring j car 615 S95 83B Touring car 695 Radster 675 I Overland Six model 86 Five passenger 1145 WillysKnight model 84 B 0Touring car 1125 I Roadster 1095IAll fhesc models are equipped with electric starting and lighting system These prices are FO B IIIIToledoI Ohio 695 Come OVERLAND andsee the Idisplay at the Sprinfield Garage oppo Do all kinds of Auto Repairing and carry a full line of accessories oils 0STIM VULCAN ZNG AUTOS FOR I gasolineIIPhone 138 SPRINGFIELD or 128R for Trouble Car I F W BAUMI AUniR Propr 9 h w Conversing With Ghosts Somo scientists of roil omlnenco hvq accepted the postulate or the individuality and solfconsclousness of tho soul after the death of the body and have even attempted to demon strate their belief by asserting com munlcation with those disembodied spirits Sir William Crookos a profound delver in chemistry pertaining to tadloactivlty assorted ybars ago that ho bad had communication with eouls of dead friends but for several later years he has been silent anent tots matter Cnmlllo Flamm rion a BonsnHopal1stronomor and conversed with tho ghosts of dead friends Prof William James brother of Henry James the novelliit promised boforo he died that If pos sible he wOuld comniunicate with his friend Professor Hyslop both eminent psychologists but at last accounts the pou of ProfcBspr James had not apoksn fOiYYsiIr1EYcURE ieN KW ei4 RIH1IIotIIt f t p How Bullets Trtvon That bullets neither whine kiss bowl hum nor whisper novelists to the contrary notwithstanding Is Infor mation given by Mr Edward C Cross manTln Qutlng With ono possible ox eeption when in certain conditions o jpen d untry modern military bullet hiss to those standing hack of the fir tog Ilne notbing is audible except sharp crash of air closing around tht bullets base when iIt travels at blgt speed fAt a v1ap1ty of 1500 teat a eocpnd or more the noise Is like nothing soi thudhan a long and very violently cracked blackanako whip Those who stand far enough from tht rifle hear tho bullets crack and lator the dull thudding noise of the rifle it self which has been outspeeded Jncl London makes a soldier hit at 600 yard rnngo first hear the sound of tbt modem rIco and then fecl the blow of the bullet But the bullet would have killed him half a second before the tnd from the xifle reached hi 3wgttcq W Jd e S W- sj55 Can Ycnr Afford Any Txit it 3iSi J Kerosene Engine1 V t i AT present averagerppces for kerosene zid fcgasoline Titan keosene enginesW J r their owners about rc per horse power PIhour over gasoline engines Figure it this way On an 8hoise engine the aib ing is 38c an hour 880 in a xohour day tsiia xdo days of work Say that is alll your engine doe kia i year tAt 0 It would cost you 88 more fha ye sl to s7rtrun an 8Ijorse gas IJne engine one year That it mWt ithan a third of the price of the engine Out yoa alo4 to throwaway 8Sa year Can you dora fVM to thio4buying a gasoline engine when you cia tt a Hkim taM Juses kerosene See the Titan dealer and thlk IO JHe has some interesting figures to show you IiterufionaIHarvesterCyen4ts ytf J i1cq 4t1csroienas sbp fMcOliire Simms = 1 g T iIl A CALL TO HEADQtf ARTERS I I 1Lot Huripkey Modernize your old Buggy or AutosMI Late t StyJ f Painting Mr Rebt Uulbsch isagain in chorgeof My Paint c1ett riand assures you Uptbjdate Firafcclass work Wyiot h JiI Best J lI4 4Lot Ifurnkeyequlpyour v itcle with Rie tktBuggy Tires The heat mada 1 jt I c tHENRY IIIU j t Itc= T Tht Evening Post and Wew Lead cr bpthone yj ar for 350 4S I Ir ff J HAMILTON NZJNGflELDj KY teijaklCro trstPhon3 JL YthJGJIIUDD i7Oto83OAXl LJ I r hjcu aid Sirjjeon I r y 8to9aniOoskoura 2pIVI m tiyos Drug Store 4 fjrl 6 LW HYATT Ier Springfield Sta ej Mk Office hours 1080 a r- nsi124to5 pm WF URIGBYI ATTORNEY AT LAW 9Se enr People lJak PBINOFIKLD KY DilW K TRO- SrlDENTIST Office over Haydon Barber Pts1work treasonab1e prices jll iork guaranteeda DORSET ft DORSET LAWYERS 3prIigrki4 Loutsville r iYHra experience at Louis YlUbar Special attention to I e jliciionft and adjustments Iio5KCIAL TO WOMEN n mat economical cleansing and MMtatdal oII1 amtlaeptics Is j X ttlMti AatMtjitie PowJcr to WJIinlni m Water as needed M aMaJUtUul aatUeptlc for douche is la trtaUac catarrh Inflammation or ingvlMMttw ef moee throat and that by femb1h1e Wlthas nQ equaL yc tw yrs the Lydla IL PInkham M itia Cogrecommended Paxtlne I la talr private correepondence with W wtata which proves Its superiority W who have been cred piIt11IIRlM PaxttR ToUt O Bo ton yoga jaitasT1EES al8deaud hirrjr Plants Gfape Vines al Sbratw Asparagus Rhubarb Hdjtinjf6tc Everything ior tlOrchardI ts free CatIog H F HillenweJer i Sun 1841 Lexington Ky 1916 of mi STUUfiH TROUBLEL TMUU tc Lilkioms Vinola J llir TMX rt LaX bad a bad stom Mhtraibte for years and became I WHiC I maid hardly walk or do anyasS dEwwJiWMk M Bcrvoui I tried many veryd tfM without help I saw Vinol adver dsid tried itud now my stomach Mtrew le ia pappletely cored and I am WU Eo IMAJtSHALL I Vfcwl Iis guaranteed to tone up the tired nervestomhn4grest Itlnieut the dust from electric lamps and afcie cleats herself of money and ektV Dust absorbs light If teKotaIck light as you are paying for and aAA1cbt absorbed y tiny particles Titwt Is My with a clean iamp cloth at frequent tTala a maximum of lighting effl beLCrafty A laggard ia love and a dastard InIIwar was about barring the untore 4o t w d the fair Ellen of Youngcl 4ivar a D1IttI18 litter was not to be cmoght arfcM waited the chancel aMatslowtkbicMdtlBff the action to the word he J irrli4 QJLJhe ctrl at lastwttHSut ad toinidergo tho worst ol toseIec a4y te Open Gate AilBple device for the opnratlon of1I their heavy and cumbersome barnyard t Kate is that of attaching a wheel to the free or swinging end In many iBstinces farm gates are so long that theordinary hfcgo is not strong enough J i support the entire weight and ftpt MeeMary to allow the free end to rvet en the ground The user of a wheel saw It unnecessary to lift 2 j lb pt wha K ic iealred toojK tt I I TOWN r 3 L cal1 Happenings or fntere The Freshest and Latest All AlMut Yourself Friends v and Acquaintances t twAn hats below cot Watlien 8c BIanftr4 Born to Mr and Mrs James G Clements on the 16th a son William R Loft Between Springfield and Mrs Willard Thompsoncover for automobile top Finder will return same 10 J J McCabe Jarl Kidjvell and R C Brown usurance Agents and ReEl Bs 4e Dale s Sprmcfleld Ky PLeEife and Accident For RentThree six room welling houses for 10 per month J APOtiLWARE ExecutbiJ M Burton We desire to express our ap preciation for the many manifestations of kindness by friends ni neighbors during our recent bereavement J F Keene and Children Recruiting officers will be here Monday taking enlistments for the army to go to Mexico AS there has been some criticism here of the Presidents policy of Watchful waitingwe presume there wilt be a large number to in here Now is the chance for all who are in earnest and really want to fight Work under State aid pro presses nicely During the first week a large amount of stone was laid The work done by the prison labor is proving very sat factory all the prisoners bay proveu themselves so far worthy and when they have served their time will probably isl to accept work under con tract xor llabor Up until the resent time there has been ttle opportunity to make the liborof these men confined in il of any value It was har sing to the prisoner and avail the county nothit gin profit Under the present system which lOws the men to work addition time for pay there is some thing in sight for the men working and some incentive to en to dd good labo- rQuarterly Court 1 Monday was the regular term f the Washington Quarterly Court and there was a fairly rge dacket The case of Jim is vs J I Martin resulted in verdict for plaintiff The case of J K Wall vs teve Colvin was dismissed on a emurrer There were several judgments taken and a few causes continued The Battle Cry of Peace Mr F M Martin Manager of e Walnut Street Theatre is making arrangements o take are of the crowd that is expec d the great pbotoplay the Battle Cry of Peace the worlds greatest photo spectacle onday June 28th Prepared ness is the basis of the story a question on whicfi the greatest men of our nation agree The Battle Ocy ot Peace is said to be just as much adra atic slOryuS a wartime specta le The story is described as happy and forceful combination of romance and tragedy with liberal sprinkling of comedy nd gayety Among the principals in the cast are Charles Richmond W FurgU80nvsaid to berthe only surviving member of the com pAny which played iin Fords iheatre the light mcolo was assasiiuated andTbais Lawton who iis astas Coulbia For mer Pre I eat Roosevelt Secre tary pf War Garrison Admirall D wey and other notables ap ear in this picture There will be 5 shows 10 am 4 7 atftl 9 pm Monday June 26th J TOPICS I lB M 3M3 Celebrates Silver Jubilee The Silver Jubilee or Rev Father Victor ODaniel wascel ebrated Sunday at St Rose with ceremonies appropriate to the occasion TwentyfIveyeats ago Father ODaniel wes ordained a priest in the Dominican Order A Solemn High Mass was sung at 10 oclock by ihe Reverend Jubtlarian at which Fathers Flood and Durkin were deacon and aubdeacon respectively Mrs Effie Robertson assisted by her choir reqdered the music for the occasiou Rev Christmas the Prior of St Rose preached ihe Jubilees rmon on the dignity of the 1At Father 0 Daniel after mass his old friends at St Roue arranged to present him twentyfive dol lars in com deration of this twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination The other Fathers casually lead him around to the entrance of the sodality hall where his friends were gathered On the steps he was greeted by JohnA Poliu who in an a t speech presented tlje remeiuber ance of his friends o Father ODaniel responded expressing lWs delight at the pleasant reception accorded him Among the prominent visitors on the occasion was Rev J1 Hogarly of Lebanon t Father ODaniel wasborp and reared ia this county and studied for the priesthood at St Rose Since hit ordination be has held important positions and atpres ent occupies the Chair of History in the Catholic University at Washington His knowledge of history is thorough and comprehensive and he has written sev eral Historical works Reed Gregory j Mr Henry Gregory and Miss Marguerite Reed will be married this evening at the home of the brides parents bv Rev Willis Thompson Pastor of Pleasant Grove church The bride is a daughter of Mr and MrsL N Reed and is an attractive young lady with a large circle of friends1he groom is a son oCt Chirles M Gregory and is a very worthy youcg man of high ideals and lofty citiezoship Besides this he is a successful yqariltlarmel Settles Mr Joe Settles died suddenly at his home Sunday morning Mr Settles was 64 years of age and was born in Washington county being a son of the lute T J Settles Early in lire he was marrIed to Miss Louise Red who died about five yers agO He is survived by four sons Messrs Otis Emmet Tom nd Charley Settles Funeral services were conducted at New Hope Monday by Rev Baxter and burial was in the cemetery tnere Mr Settles was a man highly regarded by all whO knew him was a successful farmer and a good citizen of the cbuuty He will be oiuch missed by the people bf the county Beloved Sister Dies Word has been received of the deathrecently in Illinois of Sister Thomusina of the order of Dominicans Sister Thomasdnas tamily name was Simpson being a daughter of the late Martin Simpson af this county She was past sixty years pf age and Well known in this county Well Known Here Mr CC Minor 03 years old for many years a merchant at Lebanon died et his home there after a six weeks illness of a complication of troubles lie was a native of Boyle county but spent practically all uf his life in Marion countyt I T- MA MMOil1ftE-l lb 1OIN ALLEXPELSE 1 WODAYS TRiP FROM SPRINGFIELD JUNE 27th l4tp1i72 Biard it hetel inczudingthe route in he cave for 550 Raube trip ticket V Qa ia1ef icruitra1ost aU way statloos SoL N Agouh n T w- I w1l iiji II ijiij illIi iWiAi t Ai wl wIi I SPRINGFIEIID DRY CLEANING CO i i iS ts Brushed and Pressed 35c Kid GIovjjs Cleaned15c Straw Hats Cleaned and Reblocked j 3 Wedry clean twice aweefc Tuesday and Friday I LEVI NICHOLS Propr = Phone 154 1j Mext Door to Clerks Office f1 rot If f t f tf 1iffl O fI f f t l PERSONAL Mrs P A McCabe iajvisitintri at the home of Mr and Mrs J J McOabe Mr S J Anderson j of Louie ville spent a few days here last lweekVMrs y and Ciildren of Louisville f vjsited her mother Mrs S M Van Arsdale this week Mr E H Cathpbelll as ac J W wHbRledl Mr andMrs H REd leman Mrs Sallie Shauntyanl Mh s Danville Ella Shaunty spent V TJM sday Ini Mr J P Gregory hjis return ed home from a visit tt Middle boros Mr Nora Coffee 01 JUwau kee Wis visited hej parents Mr and Mrs S M p impbel last week She was oc ompan led home by her Mstert tii ss LIllie Campbell who the summer with WU11adf jMrs Q B Cleaver Ibf tort Worth Texas iis herel1pa visit to friends 1 Miss Mary McClelli t lot Lob trotherMrdjohnWharton ingtonUMr Win Hagan skht Tues day in LouisvilleUMiss Lal Roberts Xyho has been teaching sehootU n Denver Colo is here to spend her vaca tion with her parents Mr and Mrs SRoberts Mr Porest Ceail iia returned to his home in Oakland Califor nia after a visit tof friends and refatiyes here I Mr W B Timmons and sister Miss Ju la visited friends here the first of week Miss Edith McClaijv who 1118 t10wIi tt Miss Nel Wagner Ii s et rn1 atColumhiaj fMrs Evan S R esIS m Frankfort this weett attending a meeting of tho Womans Club Miss Margaret War 1 of Uh iontown is the gue t of Miss JuliaPolin IV- Mr Prank Simmsj of Bards town spent a few days here last Miss Bernice tipaldfng has roI turned to Lebanon cjfter a visit to Miss Nell SImmsII Mr Joe Kearns of Lebanon was n ere on businessTyasterday Miss Isabell Medloy spent lest week in Bradfordavilfe Ben Spading of Leba IBon non was here on business last week Miss Margaret Robertson is visiting friends in Sh It elbyvilleI Judge J 8 Yankey Jy and Mr W A Thompson and family pent Saturday and day in Louisville SuuI Mr WF Grigsby spent Tuesday in Chaplin Mr Frank Willetthas return ed to Chattanooga Tenn after a visitto rolatves here Miss Ruth Scott has returned to her home at Owensboro Judge J S McDowell and wife ol Dauvlle and two sons Rev Sam McDowell and Chas McDowell Jr spent Sunday with Mr A C McElroy Slayer Of Robert Nell Is Pardon d Frankfort Ky June 19H- H Deacon serving life sentence for killing the umpire at a bail game in BnlJitt county be Jiweea Nelson and Bu litt county teams three years ago was par doned day by Gov Stanley on petition of citizens including ia relative of the dead umpire Robert Nell county officers of botjb counties and the jurors The Governor said the record showed that the umpire had been drinking nd had frequent altercations with players during one of which Deacon swung a baseball bat on the u ipiies head killing tim Petitioners said Deacon was incensed at the umpires conduct and rulings but had no ideR of sdriously in juring him Ho was only 22 years old Additional Salary The Washington Co Board of Education at their meeting June 17th agreed to add 100 per month additional salary for all Washington Co teachers in summer schools The Board al so requested all trustees not to begin their schools earlier than July 31st 1916 IAlumlnum1n nar use more aluminum for war purposes than all IIItmany has for some years been collect lug and storing the metal for war uses 1Tho great majority of tho drlnklns cans and cdpa ot tho German soldier are made of the slight metal Tho frames for Zeppelins and tho fuses for shells aro mado from alu minum One of the difficulties the tier mans have had to taco is the short ago of copper necessary for the rings around shells Many of the German nhclla are now provided with alumln- urn rings Although aluminum does make a substitute even in cartridges as well as shells and ftijies it is not so good as copper Tho French authorities ex perimented with it some years ago for artillery purposes but rejected it suqhlargetc 10 so on account of tho shortage- M con rs LtEacm IftNTED I United States Recruiting OffiS will p at the Walton Hotel leers ingii d Monday and Tuesday I i sreek for the purpose of receiving recruits for Company I of the First Kentucky RegimentBII I Enlistments will be taken for ser vice in M exico Mr Leo III formerly of the United of this States county buMedleyII be here on the occasion i tz a j 1 TJw iii V Iir I i7 Lu I TJ y r T H 4 I BE WISE 1 tij t cfr AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE I BARGAIN WE ARE OFFEBIG rlrl- II Ladies Coat Smtst tins seasons latest styles 12 price II Ladies Silk Dresses at Reduced Prices r Separate Coats Best Styles 13 off Cuts in Wash Skirts at reduced prices f i IILadies real values 35c reduced to 23c 1 t regular 6Sc grade for 49c L Icow regular 125 grade ffor 98c 1 I Mens 22 and 20 value in Suits for 1500 i I Mens 18 and 15 value in Suits for 1256 l r 15 and 12 value in Suits for 1000 IIMenlBeautiful1Lace Curtains at reduced pricesU i Draperies at reduced prices r Extra gcjocj and large Jtotmterpane wortfi 150 special 100 Lawns 5c worth 7 12c Shirting Cheviots German lIndigoi DeJreg value 12 l2fcfor lOcl I Jut received a shipment of the very newest styles in LadisrKid Pumps in both Dull and Patefit J IIThe NOTROUBLETOSHOWGOODSHERE fctsonClajbrooke It GC61y11 44- S IncohoratedSi 1I eIIj rv t Whunn need of FLOUR and FEED of all kinds comA in and GET OUR PRICES We are in a position to furnish at all times in any quantity Midlands 150 per 100 Ibs Corn OOcbu Oats a 50cbuj Chicken Feed 2t and 2t prlb Molasn sFeed165 per ICO lbs Corn meal 95c bu FJonr best to be had 8oand85cpersac- kTclophofle 111 ii M Williams Co Opp Post OmcVSprinRlield Ky = I She Knew Amos The man who takes trolley rldea through tho country says a writer in the Boston Advertiser sees and hears much that Is amusing A few days ago while I was riding through the outskirts of Amesbury an old lady but a decidedly sPry one hailed the car She was accompanied down to the road from the house by a young woman possibly her daughter The elder woman put her foot on the lower running board grasped the upright and was about to climb Into the car when eho turned to the young woman andaald- Dont forget that gingerbread In the oven Liza You know pa just hates burnt smgerbf cad All aboard shouted the conductor But the old lady paid no atten tion to him And Llza she continued when pick tho eggs blmeby look out for that Rhode Island Bed that wants to set Shell pick ye it ye aint carol fuI All aboard again shouted the conductor but as tho old lady pro ceeded to climb on to the car shr paused long enough to say to him Yo cant scare mo Amos Ive known ye ever sln e yo wtm knobhigh Amos grinned pulled tho bell and we were ou our way Youths Como Maim If Civilians Learn to Shoot Civilian rUle clubs are lately re clving touch attention They have developed a number of men who are excellent shots with 22calIber tiflns Indoors at a distance of 50 to 75 feet Comparatively few however are ablo to handle the modern hlghpqw ered 30callbor United States maga tine rifle and hit a target 1000 yards away Moreover even wero all our men good shots it must be remenv bored that shooting Is merely one of the Important parts of a soldiers training and that it is a very small Part Tho soldier who can do nothing but shoot has about the sarao relative value as a polo plnver who can sit on fence end wield a mallet slOW fully but who cant ride a horae Capt Richard Stockton Jr in Co1 liters Weekly Creating Doubt tho archeologlsts dont stop dig around In the ruins In Asia we shall soon be as uncertain about what really happened six or seven thousand years ago as we aro about the sltua Uoa on the fighting line In Franca GETFINGAWAVFROMRIZI mentions tho weather Whoiahermeieoro1oi tXAnsas City Journal ZtJ I T Ji fi 11at once myhoisak1 Prompt attention mast W fir 4 enailingstock go that farm work may not be dihjtd t1 itoIt also keeps you in touch with the markets sdyour neighbor If there is no telephone oJ1your frfWT1i1ISr 1 day for our Free Booklet Address J1 Farmers Line Department fitCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE Be TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCS OKATM i BOX 219 Come Ifijnftrt 1t CO nl t j Old Willow iIj5 Jj Spring 1908 eight j- JJ Spring 1910 six fl 5 Spring 1912 four Spring 1913 tkrc We fill G = i We svvwt j f Twelve kind Whiskey stand 0= LOTJISVFTJIYLAXATWE j1 g- f Brandlesr Wines t thing kept In J WI fr fi = UvOU fla4aflytkk1 = f nan yen kMW ia A r PMy r too use eta goodUxatlve to ksep the food from gettlnflnto your system Tho totestproduct of adence re1faaDd ota pleasant aromatic sUmach and bowels and lad the biliousness ride headache VP f I f i i i v t z f i 1 W t j a a I a J f 1 Uyn SYRUP w 7T SKWCBED GLASS ON BABIES tr at tt y tiM aM Ck1Idrer New York h Ddftnjd WItt Ihtt red Ptns l wfton Trains Crash t mine ahuirtiEr an empty train to tIM center treck for storage at Third Tlnand One Hundred and Fifth d f jrtreeta otoraanr who gave his name v JM Join Doe twentysir of 348 Pow tf r ers avenue Bronx rammed another empty train ahead of hfia The crash r was heard for many blocks and L t Woke glass showered to the streets f Soneooe turned in a fire alarm and t uU1H1la ce was also summoned f from Harlem hospital 1Motoraii Doe was sljghtly cut on the neck but refused medical aid Mrs Peter Corey tl 416 East One Hundred and Twentyfbird street who was 1l passing below the structure with her- r I tlll children received a shower of J 1 glass which filled the baby carriage 1 r Sbo fainted from the shock but was t mblo to go homo Neither she nor the chUJon received a wound New YorL Vor1d- Pr r 1 iCan Find Ugly Womanb r Of course Cnere aro no homely girls in Pittsburgh so this Item will not Interest the fair sex of the steel city It is merely written to 4how how con celled are the New York girls A f I theatrical manager offers tho chance lof a lifetime for the most homely woman In existence but so far not itonefchas come to the front to prove hois a perfect bear If this frightful L5 xaiaple of reverse beauty Is ever found thero Is awaiting her a big part Elfl a cosily production fame money anl a theatrical futuro The author r who wrote this homely woman part knew its New York all right and he assumed there would be no difficulty i finding such a person for the role But he failed to reckon with the xlarm theLfadal construction In the meantime tbe theatrical manager has reached ith stage where he does not care everIj had any stage experience before Hot will accept for the part only one who r can produce a wart1 proboscis the c knockknees the straight hair tho Ick bscnt chin the fiap1ng errs the r spear elbows thb ham hands and the steeplechase smile New York Car- respondent of Pittsburgh Dispatch Chance for American Fruits Trade openings which are noted In this port of Canada writes Consul 4 Felix S S Johnson Kingston are those for peaches watermelons can t Uloupea pears and sweet potatoes Which could be brought to Ontario C from Maryland Delaware anU New Jeraey and sold at a profit Fruit and- tg tables in the States JUe read for market three or four weeks before those of Ontario thereby providing a splendid opening for the American Article Sweet potatoes seconds roil taU on the local market at seven cents per pound watermelons at two and oaehalfcents per pound or five cents a slice and cantaloupes at ten cents apiece It is with a view to estab lishlng American fruits in the markets of Ontario that the attention of fruit rowers s called to this matter f Facts About ruts Although a great number of popular ifrlced furs masquerade under name thatno actual animal claims as its rra there Is no particular secrecy about It One of the fur oncerns foi I tastanee publishes a catalogue to In aform customers Just what they areS actually buying Alaska bear for ample Is the best Minnesota raccoo Lcolored a dark brown Adelaide chin- jchllla is the fur of a selected soft 4 l haired and deUcatelycolored Austra lian opossum French ermine is the fur of the white hare of France Bal tie fox Is the fur of a large hare of II northern Europe Iceland white fox is white Tibet lamb combed until the alJr is straight Kamchatka fox Is e fur of the northern timber wolf laianchurian fox Is the fur of a variety r of halfwild dog from Manchuria Bal tie lynx iis the large Belgian hare Fin landS lynx Is a species of Australian kangaroo Siberian pony is selected Russian calf skin Hudson seal it tmuskrat skins of selected quality and Inland seal is the skin of selected French whIte hare 1FramlSj f g a Childrens Code The Missouri childrens code com mission appointed by Governor Major t has organized its work of codifying all childrens laws In the state and oi drafting needed new laws to be intro duced in the legislature of 1917 Most f the work will be dons At the state jiuilversity through tho departments i lellLw sociology and political science Tfco entire commission of 21 members ks been divided into subcommittees tie handle various sections of tho com rehenslvo outline of work modeled Ei the general outline sent out by the federal c childrens bureau Consider able help is expected from the data the latter is collecting on childrens Jaws throughout the United States 4S The expenses of tho commission will SIomet by voluntary contributions JRhodes R Cave judgo of the St Louis juvenile court Is chalrznanr and Prot Ulanley O Hudson of the state unl irsrslty secretary cLet Her Alone Jwislj my wife understood basebal jo that she could talk to me latch gently on tho subject I propose to Llep after her Utll she learna 1 think you are on the wrong tack SBbe doesnt expect you to understand tI anininery Louisville CourierJour r 3evereInv and Their ronunc t Economy Is advised even amOng cabinet ministers and law offlcore who are asked to diminish their de Eands on the public pttfse 1 what of the monarchs ansi their income We have heard something of the dim faction pf the kaisers private tort ftune owing to the war But even with bUs fifty xoyal residences and interests I In all manner of businesses he baa jaover been the richest monarch in the world That bo1orhas always be Jsf lopje4 to the czar who on his acces y Joa caaa into the Romanoff private Lvestate yielding about two millions a J5 lyear Beyond that his salary Rj amounted to another two millions bet f tlt many profitable investments abroad There were small expenses torlrf deducted such an some 600 HI a year to grand dukes and t h5e1MH9 Bet when everythijjp had t J b st tak a into account the czar jtbj richest monarch in the I4 lar ahead of the Turkish sul tau WItS kta Itllonl j and a halt orour L5 + ww kiag wao k the poorest In pelf r I pMat9 all the Old World po H ow 91 uu J T RLrDRT DFCr OF CSlKt- Irftioh Prison Coairnlssfonere Ha0St Recently Made Report That Wjif i Be Read With lnere ttt Tls prison commissioners of Great I Britain hoe just published their an Dual report for tho year ending Marah 1915 The decrease of persons who were received under sentence during the war year of 191446 is another proof that empjoyment is the great cure for crime Tho total number of persons convicted amounted to only 114283 including debtors and those committed by courtsmartial a decrease of 37320 as compared with the tho vsbsrgreater part of this decrease is attributed to circumstances connected with tho war Enlistment has given omploymqnt to runny of tho habitual petty offenders the restricted hours i for the sale of intoxicants has un doubtedly decreased the amount of crime while the great demand for wellpaid labpr has glveri employment to the many A short time after the outbreak of vherobYmnnyviously served in the army were al lowed remission of sentence on recom mendation of tho military authorities with a view to rejoining their cam panies There have been over 340 inmates released for this purpose The report also states that drunken ness among women has decreased 7 percent OUr Schooling Inexpensive Twentytwo million persons were on rolled in educational Institutions in tho United States last year And they required 700000 teachers of whom 566000 wore in public schools to guiao them in the paths of learning About 34 apiece was what it cost- a give them a year of schooling Corn pared with some of our other expenses as a nation public schools seem to be adecidedly inexpensive hobby They cost less than onehalf of the nations expenditure for alcoholic liquors and their expense Is 300000000 Jess than that of running the federal govern ment Even for admission to the mov los we spend a third of what the schools require t aflhiI little more for education than the valuo of its wheat crop and loss than Half the value of tho annual harvest of corn What the ultimate value of the eduCational harvoet will Be Is another question Now York Jade pendent Coin Shower Deluges Workmen Workmen employed on the ditch of the Rogue River Canal company set off a charge of dynamite under a Idollarsuncovered a money cache that had apparently been burled there since the early sixties Most of the coins wdre of the mintage of tho fifties and When the fall of coin began there was a wild scramble for It The cache contained about 500 according to some others placed the amount as hjgh as 2j5 Some Spanish coinswere found among tho United States coins How the money came to be beneath the stump or why or when is a mystery Ashland Ore Dispatch to Los An soles Times Puna on Icrn stones The punster is irrepressible he even Indites his jokes on tombstones An epitaph In Whltham Abbey in forms us that Sir James Fullerton died fuller of faith than of fears fuller of resolutions than of pins taller of honour than of days There la another of Daniel TeareI Though strange yet true full seventy years was his wife happy with her Tears This was written of an organist Here lies one blown out of breath who lived a merry life awl died a rMeredith Another says Here lies Thenaas Ruddlestono reader dont smile but reflect as this tombstone you view that Death who killed him tit a very short while will hnddle a atone upon ouI WarIPoch ogy at tho University of Vienna has been granted tho sum of by tim government to conduct anthropological researches among tho captives of Aus trian arms Ho will measrro their skulls tabulate tho color of ialr and oyes collect data as to dialect and otherwise subject these human spec mens to tho scientific onceover many times repeated The good doe tor Is said to be wildly enthusiastic over the prospect of so largo and va ned a collection of human material for his Investigation ITired Hunter Was a Corpse When H L Burr want to lift grist mill near Balls Mills he found lean ing agaInst the door what ho at firstS supposed was a tired hunter who stopped to rest When he camo closer ho found It was the body of H Branklln Spotts who had by all indications placed tho muzzle of a shotgun in his mouth and pulled thB trigger with his fooA blow lag out his brklns WiUiamsport Pa Otenatch Philadelphia1 InauTrcr Auto Beats the Wink What did you think oi the moto car race Pat I didnt see ifYou didnt we 11 Why I saw you at tint track YIs I was ot the thrack but I had to wink just at the wrong tolmo and vhin I got thru the raoe was overr JudgoISoaking Knowledge qwishl there was some way of knowing all about the pronunciation of the queer names wo encounter in the news Here Jsa lIst showing how Jlr1one of them is pronounced Yes But what I wit to know is how you pronounce the way that Uwjr are pronounced CAUTIOUS BASV booklikeBooker He iia neutral Kexr York TmosI FIGURATIVELY SP Ak1jMG 4dPopi A man wbbgjeasioVdnrJng his entirfe voyage of llife Gwan tto bed iwv gob r WEST SUFFERS FROM WAR sYn1pathYI none make a more immediate appeal lothe sympathies titan the little obi iren left alone in tile world The Committee PrtncbAiforican i for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier has already pone noble work under the direction of Mrs BUm wife of the secretary of the American embassy at Paris and 1frI A P Jaccaoi the artistauthor- whose On the Trail of Don QUix oteMs well remembered The treai urer is Frederic R Coudert Ipne hundred and twentyfive chil dren little ones like tho e who were rescued from the region of Belfort have been saved from parts of Abac recently conquered by French troops Ypres and other Flemish town dev astated by months of artillery fire Shelter lisa been found for them in convents and institutions that are providing a roof but are so saflly im poverished that the children mutt go unfed unless food can be secured through othew The little ones are living on 15 c6lwa da- ESTFiE7ICISM I nev er see the smoke pouringi from a steamers funnels that I dont think of the pobr devils holT shoveling coal into the furnace remarked the sympathetic man Oh replied the giddy young thing but just think of the pic tnresque smudge i makes on the sky line WARCRIES USED BY THE JEW Thy Are Many ahd In All Tongup But Another One Js Said to Be Coming JIiIThe Jew has as many warcries as are tongues in Europe for he fights with them all and thqn no ha his own warcry that eternal tearful cry of his that in these days ia rending the heftvennovor RuSsian and Galician Poands E R Liptett writes in the Century 4 And still there is another and newer cry coming tho warcry of th neutral Jew To arms to arms 0 Is mel has arisen tho sudden thunder ing cry throughout tho length and breadth of the New York Ghetto and all the other Ghettos in the larger cities pf America- We know of course what arc thi arms of tho Ghetto Jew they an tongue and pun By moans of theSe it is intended tp raise tho Jew from tIle depths of his ashes and make him a live nation again A congress Of American Jews Is to be called and I Sta Qemand at the conclusion of War or before it the return of Palo tine to its ancient owners For tb Jews are nation and they must ha a land and Palestine is theirs ThatiIs to say In brief that whil nearly threequarters of a million Jews on the European battlefields are atone anothers throats in each of a different nationality ft Jews far away Iromthe bursting boli and glittering bayonets are oalllns ou to them No you are all In the wrong For you are all one It is not for us to detoiflIn- whether the Jews are a nation It not for one man to tell another bathe shouldlie Ono is what one reels If the Jews feel themselves that Is sufficient eJ8Ilands has developed a new sort of trench for ust in the low Lad marshy parts at the coiutry where in cue of invasion the uhief battles might bo expected FighUag along th- tYser has tsht the strength of water defense boTj6 all others For this purpoee as ie well known the socalled waterllse has been bro ht into readtaeM But a great deal of fighting mlgtt take place upon tX cndleea tract of meadows which lie all around the capital of the kingdom The trenchea which Will here be con stru fed will ho arranged in such a way that at a moments notice they can be turned into flooded ditches In the warfare in Prince and Rus ala a conquered trench means an add ed strength for the enemey who im mediately turn the trench into a for trees of their own The Dutch trerirhM when it Is necessary io abandon then wilt almost automatically become a deep Seeded ditch which will b no ue4 to anyone and will merely form another obstacle on the way forward Remarkable aurgicat A remarkable operation has been performed In a hospital at Prague by Doctor Hbrak on a girl of sixteen named Marie Hubacek She was suf ffering from a diseased bqnp la her right arm and was sent to Prague to have the arm amputated Doctor Ho rak however decided to replace tho dlfioaed part of the bono by a corre spending part taken from a dead per con Immediately after death For OJs purpose ho utilized a girl who died in hoepital from a bullet wound lA th temple TIe dead girls right arm was amputated and part of it used to re place the diseased portion which had been removedl from tho girl Huhaoeks arm The operation Was so euccoeefnl that now lAtbacek usda her right ant fDJIIIcn as before horIllnee acitJof theIIISouth American churches was ered and brought to San Francisco bj two Oakland junk dealers WllltsBt Rosenthal aad Lewis Rotheobflr vhv b4xo just arrived from South Amerioa on the steamer Cuzco They have beer An a buying trip In Peru rind thlle lOt two years v The bell Is 326 years old and huns in the cathedral of San AugusUno att Lima for more than two centuries In the revolution of l95 the cathedral was wrecked and the boll disappeared The two Oaklanders bought the debris of the cathedral and la orcavat lag among tho ruins found the bell It was thought in Lima that it had been stolen twenty years before Peruvians wished to buy the bell but thonew owners thought it would rotlD80rlPJtI1 J do 7 p jltIb J Suchtobaccb t enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to command quick as you buy spitia Prince Albert and fireup a pipe or a Jiomemade cigarette Prince Albert gives you every tobacco sat isfaction your smoke appetite ejer hankered for Thas because Its made t y a patented process that cuts out alwaysbeenIIbeeRprefeij tf give quality I l ibRNE ALERTl j the national joy ofitAndellBuy Prince Alb tCoery where tobacco iif told in redfand halfpound injj humi dotsandthat ce rksng fine jpound cry tal1l1 u humi dor with sponges ndistencr tpbaccoini j 51t VCRY WAS N6i SYMPATHETIC Whimpering Urcttn Waa Distressed Because It Wai His Banana IDIohoaonsoboohdot OldI Some ne in d trfess thought the kindly lady boobooqot ot j I toIwhoehad slipped bIt a janana and was still sitting on It coljpctlng his scattered faculties together Good little tt y t she exclaimed b1adtgentlemaneand didnt laugh when he tell dpwn tryeIsntabadly hurt j WUSseluck replIed the whlmporlng urchin vindictively lwjah Qwas it was my banana he did it onWeckbTclesraph Dolna His Part Are you working for us asked the suffragist of a meeklooking mane who was loitering about the entrance to a hall where a mob of women were holding a political rally Why yes in 4 manner of speak lag replied tho meeklooking man thatThcynlsoiand waIt That do you mean by that Imrwaiting to her home Curse of Poverty IThe Jibways boat that their ances tors earns over lit the MayHower Noortchhaughtily trip to Europe ad that vessell wore wauldIbare to go bapk in the iljflower D arAunt JBnliy wrote vera will be home In another weekand I ball bring my fmsband with me font faint poor lear auntie he la tko Most splendid man Yow can never IUeH so I must fell you that I am marrying Anthony Burgess tile son oi fatNMs old friend my trustee The IrtMtAMhip has been traiwf rre l to young Anthony because his father Is dea and Anthony says it is parfootly natural that wq should have jmtt and toted and married for nowjie can ooatiitua the trtjnieoshjp forever And Mtt of all you lire to give iip the boarding return hors with IM It you the Goldon Eagle hu houseffuerlul ricbcf and Anthonys a new vein oi Kohl aad going to be very rica Indeed And Anthony wants DIe lo add a pcots4rit that we are rich inell other afid richer in happiness than all the gold in the world could ulvf 1IIodine forlJr atlng Wounds Many Inqulrlfes reach the editor of this page on Haw best to apply Iodine I o a cut or abbision In order to pre vent It from becoming Infected One toIi gnatcd druglltoratwenty in a small ijlasatabe The Up of oach BUikj has a heed like n match made Qt jrosubllmated Iodine 10 per cent and of potassium 44 per cent This when dipped In water liberates ti average 10 per cent SOlUtion whlch should bo applied free ly to the cut and left to dry Inusing iodide Itts essential to remember th tno wet dressing maybe applied Exposure to the air will do no harm and the sore should lie corared only when there is danger of It being Irritated by coming in con- taCt with foreign bodies and thus be Inje torn open Star In Clfdrcrrs Pavarita withIEdna Malson of the Universal corn aITdy tear hanging in her room They are now entirely new and Edna tbe1Iwere all presented to her by small girls who were happy In the giving The little girl who presented the Teddy jayauMayQl withr wSej by JCftOI48 TobsccoC On the ravena aide of thIstidred tin 70llIiUrfld Pro 30th u Pi 7dwt ha made three men smoke pipes whereon mokcd beore smoke Men who think they cant smoke a pipe or foil a ciga rette cans smoke and will smoke if they use Prince Albert And smokers who have not yet given P Aa try out certainly have big surprise arid a lot of enjoyment coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply Ice Albert tobacco wilktell its own story f R J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO WinstonSalem N C INSURING LIVES OF OTHERS Practice That Is Largely Prevalent Though It Is IllegalHow It In Done In the Trenches A recent case before the courts thoIspecujherparentslaw her brothers and several friends Of course tbat sort of thing is illegal but it seemr to be a flourishing bust ncss nevertheless But hope dola d makoth the heart sick and after the Insurers have kept the premiums paid upto pretty well the amount they would gain from tlH Insurance company they see thir profit meltlngawatand call the law to tree them from their investment claiming their premiums back on all Ijorts ofJngentous defenses Rather a rotten business but we are assured that Is much more prevalent than wo have an Idea of There must be a tremendous temptation toj assist fate at times and In any when relaU9S form the duet Invest meat on these linos it must be rather exasperating to have them politely in form us ysat they are quite well thank you One recalls that scandalous comic song that had such a vogue a while back whoroln an irritated hubby sang that he was stony broke with a wad of dough staring him in the face sweepIdisturbing The name of oach man in tho regiment going Into action is put into a hat anti every man puts up a franc The money divided betwean all thoao who drew the name of ma who is still alive or unwounded at the end of the day A soldier can spite a chap holding his namV by de liberately courting the attentions of a bullet On the other hand it tends to make them tenderly con derate of reach others lives and urgent admen DIccajtartlvOn Framing Picturesi rgoDonardberorethol on9 thing that I remember that ho said was that In going Into a house he could always toll the degree of cul thathousepictures Of WastryinG whatheatourmindtakethe wide havothainone seems to demand a mat have a rery narrow one put on it they would teally be surprised to soe the im provement In tho appearance of the rooms In many cases the same frames could hat used they would only downthflado1P11aPubllo Limit libations to Three There is a limit The number of cocktails highballs fizzes and other flavored and perfumed libations known to possess a slow sinuous undulating recoil action familiarly known as a tIck that may be consumod at one sitting is Just three Tho threeround limit applies however to a relatively small zone of operations but never tholess a popular one Tho rule has bepn promulgated by a leading hotel for guidance of the frequenters of the public room known as the lounge and which is most crowded during the afternoon tea hours SlaceI this room is designed for the special comfort of women and no mere man lieissex there is a suspicion that the rule bad the women n view when dcsrgncdJ San ncl8covChronlcle 11i ItTROLLEYIt Conductor I wont to get off at Lafayotte street What street is that cnfnyett JlcI called that street about ten blocks back Tho deuce you didil lJlYeJ sir I yetted Lafeye ac loud aa I could j a it is The Argument Closes The European war was the subject ofs the conversation The two meli were seated side by side In one of the downtown one arm lunch rooms They had fought over eevera of tho battles and had also proved their ability as diplomats by dspOslni- of a number of tho most important questions involved in the great strug gle But even then they had been unable fully to settle the war Still they disagreed on some of the main facts Oh well nobody is going to be licked one of the lunchroom diplo mats remarked with much emphasis This expression of opinion had fat len also on the ears of a third man seated near the two He turned quick Yes but when the war is over every country will be broke he said And It JSI much jvorse to be broke than to be licked and I am spooking 1 from experience In tho face of this expert testimony the argument wasyclosed ujJuju There has been nothing more pie turesque in tho reports of African warfare than a sentence in the belated account of the British defense of Tu kum which Is Just Inside tho bordef of northern Nigeria Tho German of ficers had repeatedly attempted to take Tukum but their native troops refused again to face tho Jtiju at that placo A worker among native races sends mel this word oft explanation It is no wonder he says that the Germans could not get their native to advance ds there 1s nothing they are more terrified at than a Juju which in this instance means that some powerful witch doctor had laid UnroundThis line would be marked by pieces of tusk or hair or something of that kind The natives wduld be far mote afraid of facing the juju than they would be of death because to do so would raise up against them the spir its of their anceatora Manchester Guardian Now Method of Finding Longitude lbngitudemann tho French astronomer is tho comparison of elmultaneous photo graphs of the sky taken at two ate tlons fTheflcial star the difference in the places of natural stars very accurately lad cat s the difference in longitude and if the longitude of one place Is known that of the qther can be fixed with anIuncertainty claimed to bo only a few et perhaps ten or flftanp NOT TO BE EXPECTED It ia useless to Appeal to the women who will wear those high heeled show Well J uoobld hardly expect thin to come out flatfooted for reform A KEY TO SUCCESS V qyplcomeGalrox inlaw Ilyor He taughtWm anevr dance stop Judge Tenements Improved Into the homes of the people lljjw and air have penetrated and they hunt acquired legal claims The first census taken under the hew tenement house Saw found 361000 dark and alrles rooms In houses unfit to live in ball s of ttoem without any windows at alL Thrfte aro still more than 60000 win dOTless rooms loft in Greater New York but they are going When the last of them If gone wo shall be able t to fight tuberculosis and win Thefdark halls have been lighted the tenements has been made measusc ably endurable and safe Not in theii ten years since the new law was passed has a human life been lost brJflra in any of the hundred and odd thousand houses for lack of means ot escape or other faults in construction In the ten years preceding 1894 256 hOWleltiresdied in efforts to save them JaoeV Bus In Catuq Laja- i14JiL b eeeVs ss f- tSaved stGirls Life S qI wanttto tell you what wonderful benefit I lIaT1N J celved from the use of Thedfords BlackDraught wrIss ggMrs Sylvania Voods of Clifton Mills KySIliver IIt certainly has no equal for U grippe bd coWt DladcDcaugitsavedjg mcaskv g they went in on her buT one good dose of ThedfodPs Tft BlackDraught made tli mfireak out and she IMS tad more trouble I shall never be without SLACKDRAUGHTin dI iga ness malaria chills and fever biliousness and all similarS Ieailments Thedfords ts BlackDraught has proved itself a sf Illil jgjgIDmughL Jt is a medicine of known merit syears5of splendid success proves its value ventyfiveI Ind old For sale everywhere Price 25 SS cenlsa t i 0 A Children Cry for Fletchers rio Kind You Have A3wnyp Bought and which has boob in use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of r and has been made under his per Iqm Banal supervision since Its Infancy Allov no ane to deceive youia tlija All Counterfeits Imitations and tasgood are 3hut Experiments thattrine with and endanger the hcal Wants and Ohlldrcn Expcjcicnco against What is CASTORJ th4jO ffhstorln 1j a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pure igrorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is PfeasaVt It tlcontains neither Opium Morphine noi other NarcotIC substance Its ago 181ts guarantee Ifrdestroys Wornn IIald allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Tlnfl 1ColIe It relieves Teething Troublescurcs Const1pitl n Innq jTlatuIcncy It assimilates tho Food regulates the siecpTho t l GENUINE CASTOAASy Bears the Signature of i 1 i l 1Th Kind YouBave A1waysBoght tIn Use TOF Over 30e243o j 4ns 77 sure ar tu liuIIuuIuuuuuuuuuuuIdIuuuuuIuuI- DIVOCEYdUIEJF I From Dirt Dust and Prttlfwy r 14i Combination Pneumatic JSirupyR- deue i j from broom dnAjuf mxikitmiing and lifting furnitee cad frost Ae Aapmif of dust and Rcnnt that ue raised by Ae weW At and the nd fuliMDed carpet Antftf be SIss Ig the use of the Damtley Cmisats ft Sweeper which alAoagk eiiy ifailiJ bybssai icreate powerful wdloa force wkjMwMrtaN Atift and ddrt fomdzn7ourrugiandcssasddtheme tip the re picb vp atMt ps fadings etc I TilE SWEEPEIS are nasle ia ANCMM aaJ wunder s riald guarantee lot one car Yes ey Daey to your owe home for 10 days Fn etfhssFor more detailed faCormatle writ 70By f itAgents WantedS NATURES ESSENCE Exacted Bun forest ftefc sri4eCo x can fathom for you Take tbs bark W tin rrildohcrjjr tree the root MMh Iiiir atoM rJon rmpo root queens root blobdroot and golden teal make a MNA ti cj Qonulco extract of them withjUt the right proportion red 1HWv J Doctor Pierces Golden Medical IH o Tcrj Il took Dr Pierce with the cisistanoe of two learned ehemMs ri htyeseSTkard work experimenting to maim this pure filycerio extract and aksritiw ef s cli- Igrcatlt efficiency end witlioat the use of particle of aLcohoL Just tbe rirt of remedy you seed to make i4s N4 blood and cit Hat Inseitndaiid feelrag of serve kuirDr PierceSt Sen Medical Discovery bears tile se el J Punuc nazI has gpld moro largely ia the yadtiertf i years then any other blood purifier aatl Jam ch wale i t time njro I aet oat of iResithTur stctaath seemed to iie At test of the ttuubte writes ann ES3A VOUAJ cf Bcaevflfa xI cotnineilced to doctor with tbv doctor home M well M with other specislirta os twacb mil direstivc orsans Wean utmti 1s a any coodin fact niott ef the mcdldns ne Lien Fsa1 esew to Dr Fierce CuiraWNYxr MTBiMd sUttae IhctI had s plaint with Inyo3tfcm ai4 eanstluatio and JJr PitM a ea and rJokMzt P llefa The Dbtmtpy tM FftlMti hara put na w r 1Mt f ieoaiuitoboicstaP t1aL icodtuscerecoiu 4tb wuJ r s PIorrpPJ = stPHlletl tiN epjsg SS YOUWANT JOBeaeekfngyouaMcesMorebANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than iadon all other bus repntattocBMklairWSIcawYliltilBookkeeping BOOkkeepers all over HM 5W4r TfttMUtub NkSI tffc the United States that kn aresNewSystemronu2sto50 per cent Jnworkandworry taking DrUKhons Hois Mody r Skorthaad Practically M US offi CATALOGUE For prjcMOA IMKOM rmteNODuoShortharefwW4ylGOIXBG1CIfaAviU rThe Evening Post and Nevs4s4 i i er bothone year fora50- tt I i SS5