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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4v1STABLISIIED I 4 iNolOMINII 3 jm 3r Jl t 29 1916 f c f iil j OM i the most Interesting tea WM et th Meeat Democratic con Yfetfem Ai well as to inspire the sJT Mai tseJUsieat that marked theIMTN M a preI ovations tot It MMhu fr the woman uuf- yteak 4 to real fracas a4i fey of Texas J f thi aata devored to wrench the ant j ict M pretested to the conven t kjr B Mtor Walsh of Montana HMM Mt tdbe Ignored And so after Hlfciial tipedteacy was used with TW iMo Jiawerer cee aot tell the HIll JSc7oC UM Wttfe wkldi was M ef UM weft Ylrous and pie fcvwM tv ir tofert at a aatlonal BMMWMtftc ecTNUL Fifteen worn tiit a fbvcktjfrpB ihe floor on l tor jMBMita aai chfeered then on thunderstorm out the Voices chi atM atkey answered the ytt vail fcmckt WtK the suffrage WiHc at tbi eoayeatloa to a most allrUfe tfaWa 4 + + + + + + + + THE SUFFRAGE tANK + + We rtMmiHfHd the cxteiulen + 4 ef fnm litt to ike wetn n efthe + + MMHlry ky MM MM upon the I w to men + j + ftt+ + + + + + + + a k wa tM jboip little plank that JBijirU soy Yu1eQa of Texas to jaeiHit the platform IB the Coliseum awl M44 a loritjr report withhold ffttfe aJwwW VU IX weMeo etEe IB which women II r WM tM a ef his argument aI B IElsL of Indiana and ilNNet pi Hew Jersey therj oldtta tiri s4cs 4 tie salabrlty report titled Q ra alnst Gov Ferguson wkjn cte4 ai spokesman for the ml mWity wereS satar Stone of Mis hut8io P1ttM of Nevada and 17 the adoption of the plank was iMceteary M a matter qf political exIpWieficy iddlag that the present political situation In this country wai 3tra cef Jete Iaewet adding significantly erefj political party has declared for suXrage t1C1U te enmity of these WMita rKewf Joy friends he continued aa late ju 1607 there were but two Math wast of the Missouri river senators and I we have 16 of them The ara yo vready to surrender the IS your jNUtieal enemies la conclusIon Senator Walsh said iht he revealed no secret when he The president believes It vital to fri saccess that It stay In rYor of nysoni who is there wiser r oJ8 patriotic than he Jtrflbwlng Senator Walshs speech Ov JTergufiou was allowed five min jltttfwu committee was unanimouslyrcah ptet The Woman Delegates Tke presence of the 15 women dele fate at the convention aet oaly added color to the affaIrs buj ebaaged the views of numbertof the JBM delegates oa the Subject of po 4 MUeal activity for women For tht M eataiulastlcally for the best Inter Mts of the party as the men and Mrs W A Harris i ef Kaasas spoke before the rcsohi i tlo s committee In favor of the suf I the National Amer Semi Womaa oc the other delegates Mrs Teresa E Orakam of Idaho was nom tbM WlU aotlfy Vicepresident Mar ptatt kIa aoralaatioB r If TNitrifliti fir Arts Sk your Uf to wi sa44 tkjoan who tries to b piitti 5TMt wbm avprlMi Yes pled Mr Cwet t Livedevoted m to aa C ert to became rich ae 1 vim a gallery ot genulaiMWaph1nioa Star w II t w i t 7v Tai to Jl 1 I E jr lt nL= j o r 1 l Ii I XXXII 1fOi3 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON CUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE JD sii4 iiocfpc CVIIEITIDNm SID ElIGHJS owyMM fSlUeIMtSSkMfl4zattheIaitm1nutebth sandW4SINpolite 8Wtla plaUormButrwt tItrSIIcbatUe1nwhchtbsterm routed1Ira thbes Ai ladlesieplWilht 11owSMytPrea1kntWUsoL dthOTIUL M adoptiontHleaatof theoryThe iltrlcolw N2twhetheV TetmraWDemecratlc thatI haatboutitH n1oc thenitsufrace Democratic wholeJ1 Fayet01efW70mln fraceplukwklc Democtatlci aayyesrMedeybt THE NEM EADERr 4iJ RwmEYoI nts pretecI r iWhy Vilson Should B ReElected Woodrow Wilson should be re el stectedBecause he ht s kept his conn l out of war when a single istake in a hundred instances jh the last year would haveI inoIwafhas provided for all ss the Uuited preparedI protect thecountry frcm foreign invasion speritytall the rest of the world is practically bankrupt Because he has given to the country a spstm of reglonol finBncialJ merchant ships in accordance with accepted principals of iu ernationallaM i Because he exposed and drove corruptJobbyyears controlled legislation Because the manufacturer in tbs country are so prosperous under the Democratic tariff law scatenough goods to fill their orders at higher pnces for their goods than ever before Because be has establishedt such cordial relations with South American and Central American countries that the manufacturers iin this country are almostt monopolizing their trade Because he is the first Amer ican today in the world standing firstjfor AmericasBecause his defeat would dis credit this Nation jp Europe like the proposed plan to stop Amerlhans frcm traveling abroadi would have discredited his di thowacydGTn yloffersbe better for the country than what Wilson has given Usa forI n policy neutralltylot Jefferson Lincoln Grant and oosevelt Because we have peace pros perity and preparedness iit would be a serious blunder to change political parties in con ol at Washington Because those German Amer ns who stand for Germsnv above the United States arJ against him Ellzabe town ews It Was Too Late She kissed the old man she showered upon him kisses and tears She told all the people ow good he was I tbpught if she had given half a dozen of those kisses a year for tbe llast ten years how the tenderhearted old gentleman would have smiled through his tears But ow ne took iit very cooly He was doad He was old and poor she was rich She had ten rooms but no room for father Yet he made room for her when he had only two The old man was not educated She Wasat expense He bad led and clothed hot for twenty years at home and at college until she has risen in more refined and cultured society and married among new friends The old peoples address and dialectwere oo course She kissed him and buried him in a beautiful coffin Dear lather ia to have a beaui ful monument A warm kiss while living is better than a cOld marble dead For Sale 1 desire myfarmfrom Springfield adjoining farmo of MikeMackin and Mora i sttonKlandgood room dwelling good stock barn well watered bOLl witlti Trehs and Springs For further in formation calLpal HAM SMITH RB2 CDha well that drains the cess p oll is the gup o death t Nets and Seines Are Now Barred by Law The act passed bjrtbe last ses an of the Kentucky Legislature for the protection of the fan In the streams Of this State became effective Wednesday Circular byrExecu toIl catch fish except with rod line and hook hand lines sot lines and trot lines Persons attempt- Ing to catch fish by any other msaos will be subject to a fine of not less tbanf 15 nor more than 100 for each offense The new law prohibits the use of wing nets set nets seine trap tramel net dip net or any other kind of a net or contrivance that willmaterially hinder the passage of the fish in any stream in the State The use of dynamite or other forms of explosives in tbfe streams is alsp forbiddei under the law Shooting of fish is also prohibited Homemade PliilOlphyI Tbe things we cant afford al ways seem like luxuries Sej made people are generally uck up with self made glue All the world centers around the place that holds the feilew a girl loves at 16 The honors we work so hard to obtajn seemllkeacutinwages after we cret them Is that man sane or crazy who can be happy and car less in a world of death You are not lucky when you win in matrimony but you have a fucky wife Is it possible for a man to know God who finds it Impossible to lIfnow his next door neighbor Perhaps is the latest itch Jin e buckwheat cake that gives us such a chronic itching for money Backsliding from the fashion able church is one good way to get nearer the good works admired by God There Is no halfway sort of virture good devils and bad an- Kles belong to the sane family of spurious saints It maybe that the devils look over the wqrld during every war and exclaim Ob daddy see theoretty bloodred pictures Lost Between Springfield and Mrs Willard Thompson a cove for automobile top Finder will return same to J J McCabe For Rent Three six room dwelling bouses for 10 per monthdi J A BtiuLwAite Executor Ifr M Burton 1 iStdck Exchangep To Benefit FJarmerj f 7 Y At one time Kentucky was tf Mecca toward which alll eyesf t isurnedthtocks century ago a decagenge set Inna J until the last thrive years continued to prevent 1 LJehiupky from holding the sup tnacy in the live stock world tn the llast ten or fifteen years jhiwever there have been madeIiidjditions to the ranks of the hi seders ofTpure bred stock but e Iiwith this renaissance the llife stock L Iinterests of the State require no llittle fos erinfI thWitbi j ricultural College has k ibng its many other enterprise r jfor im proving thelive stock c 0 Jitions a live stock exchange Ihis tl I finllea that came to the Cpll ege from pr C ective purchasers iti those towhoplan iis for any hayj stock to sell to feet known to the onorho accurate abi toil offered for sale tie price asked and other dataisIt must be clearly ui derstood no re ltithattsof a dtransactionstock being as a tepreafeniedor in regard to the reihulity oftpurchasers The SOle functiou of the College will bfej to put prospective buyers arid sellers in communication weacbo- tber leaving themUo make their own transactions on their own responsibility The College makes no charge foWts serviced When stock that have ben listed with this exchange have disposed of by any means the one who originally listed them is required to notify thtj College otherwise he will not be allowed I to list stock thereafter The ex cbabge bandies horses beef and dairy cattle sheep andswine j Commuuications with this deb partment should be frequent as permanent advertisement is noithe objebt of tbe exchange 6ut rather the selling of certain in dividual animals listed knd described Nearly all professions and industries except farming hive effectual working orgjauizations local county and State or even nation wide Any agency that facilitates the pro Tjptf exchange of live stock and other farming necessities should bB1 eat con publicrt College Agriculture js lint tervait of theJ fentucky farmer and if right yt ua dhe csn get more assists i ce there qrcedommunlcatlon g livestock exchange should be addressed to T R14ant Ei perimeot Station Lex igtori Ky + I I Netice To The Pule I I THE FAMbUS II EaplIIfGEII Roadster75 5 S Modei 83B Touring car 6Oyerlandf passengerI WiflysKnight model 84 B 1115i IIJ1 I II Toledo Ohio Come and see the r 1 695 OVERLAND I p81teppo carry a fulIIline of accessories oils aa STf AM VULCAN ZNO AUraS FOR H1R landI pUDeII138 SPRINGFIELD or 128R for Trouble GARA Car L P TVVfJAUMfeJJER j topro 8 r Ii I L anICaiser Wilhelm Name Next President uNo other issue oi t campaign so vital as the issue that that is vOte presents The follow UnitedIpoUtlcal1yforWJResident instead of a German jpjesident They hav adopted g r Hughes as their candidate a thn4hey have decreed that President Wilson must 4be defeated because the foreign policies of his admin- istratIon are not satisfactory to l theOfficials of the GermanAmer lean Alliance in Chicago had in d rsed the Hughes nomination almost before the convention had its work The officers of the German societies in Milwaukee who sent their ultimatum the Republican party last week are cordial in expressing their approval of the Hugheb n NominationVIERECKS DECLARATION Georger Sylvester Viereck editor ol the Fatherland which the most franklv disloyal and seditious of all tile German news papers in the United States da ares that The nomination of Justice Hughes means toe salvation of he Republican party It is a t triumphover nativism George von Skal one of the most active agents of tbe German propaganda in New York is an emhulastic as Mr Viereck We are convinced that Presi ent Wilson is proBritish and that is the reason we are going to yote against him Justice Hughes therefore will have the support of the GermanAmer jican Democrats and Republicans- and I think he will be elected Alphonse Koelble of the Ger manAmerican Alliance who helped to manage the Congress ional campaign in behalf of the Gore and McLemore resolutionsj iis ha less exultant than Mr Vierick and Mr von Skat I am certain that Justice Hughes will grow a the cam iepalgaadvanceschances of Mr Wilson being elected are exceedingly slim Gustav Mayer publisher of the German Daily Gazette said in a speech at Philadelphia Sunk ay We suggested some weeks agoi that Hughes was the most logical man and with his selection and that of Fttirbanus Vne entire country will rally to the support of the Republican ticket VoLKSBATr APPROVES The editor or the Cincinnati Volksbatt sayslithe nomination is a splendid one IIand Oleve land Waechter and Anzeiger commends Mr Hughes wbile at t idackingCQ Roosevelt We consider it a great boon of the Chicago convention that the people ot the Uuited States will not be compelled to choose between tne present leader in un neutral subservience to England and the advocate of stilt greater neutrality I in the opinion of the Cincinnati Preiel Presse Justice Hugh es has expressed sentiments which are In accord with the GermanAmerican idea of neo trality We are in thorough sympathy with him and bis ideals According to the St Luis Westliobe Post the Republican party faced a gigantic problem and found a glorious solution Do NOT OVERDO In a long editorial printed yes terday morning in tie New Yorks Herald cautions the Germans snot taioverdo our busii ness and not to make the mIs- take of working too openly for Hughes After declaring that the overwhelming mass of tthe GermanAmericans in the country will fall nto jibe for the election of Charles E Hughes i tit gives this advice to tile G tr man voters We Germans will beware of all mistakes in tbe campaign Also not to overdo our busines As far as we can see there hi no necessity for GermanAmericans to work openly in the campaign We also believe that neither for tIme campaign nor for the Ger manAmerican Alliance is it of 1I advantage if they had their branch associations take any kind of position in the campaign The present election is not onn Lhi wbich the GermanAmericans can participate as Republicans or Democrats but that does not include their forming a political party Such would asldeafrom other severe thoughts become rather an element of weakness thin of power for Gferman Amer ic anism We have no reason to suppress esfaOt that we are for Hughes and we have no cause to besilent about the reasons that make him for us an acceptable candidate which reasons are to be found in e antineutrality and injustice egitatiuAmericans as to these points would be alright but to go be yond would be bad- GERMAN VIEW Practically all the German newspapers of the country are forMr Hughes All the pro German newspapers like Hearst ew York American the Even ng Mall and the Chicago Tribune are for him All the professional German agitators are for him The German propa g ndo is for mm Whatever Mr Hughes may say whatever Mr Hughesmay- od be is the German candidate for Presideit of the United States He may t welcome ghisport but without it he could not have been nominated and with out it he cannot be elected It- may t e unfortunate for him that he should be placed In such a p jircumstancesc c ocontroloA Long Needed Change Owing to the large number of accidents that have occurred tt lho aVeatchanon where the IA N railroad crosses the Danville piketchange iirr the pike has long b fieenhas been begun by a number of citizens the county officials and officials of the railroad company llooking to change in the piker The change as proposed would begin beyodd the R Et Veatch property and 6n front of the land ol Pebo HpwriKan W J O Daniel and Ed Clark and end beyond tbe front yard of Mr Clark The land that would i have to be acquired would be only a strip about 75 feet wide and aa the fences now are 88 feet from the canter of the rail oadl witn tIle pike on the north aidet of this strip ot land the roacf would be overt hundred feet oitthe north side of the railroad track and both the Yeatcb and Clark crossings would eliminated It is a change that should have been made years ago Marion Falcon I Much Tobacco The New York Journal of ConS merce announced several ago the closing of a contract whoreby the enormous amount of 28400000 pounds ot Ken lucky raised tocacco has been sold to the Srjsnch government presumably for the use of sol diane in the field The sale was made through three Louisville firms The transaction will be advantage not only to tobacco growers but to Kentucky bankers in those parts of the State where the buyers have large quantities stored This is prin cipally the central portion The endre purchase amounting to approximately 15000 hogshpads will be forwardea during July and August and is said to be the largest amount of tobacco bought to date by any foreign govern 1montbe made on the steamer Kirsten v which will carry alull cargo and fwIn be rechristened Lady Nic otinefor te voyage Other shipments will be made on the vessels of the company sailing In July and August while 15000 tons of steel for the French 1governmentThe pries paid for the tobacco could not be learned FOR SALE OR RENT A four room cottage on Virginia OA UAveII I L y ROYAL 4 j f Baking Powdiit pj fI r r Saves HILL iil 5 it and Saves Money t tIJ Fl iJ t J ljaiid1qTh tt t l 11 l MakesBetterFoodI 1 t The Newspaper Game 1reatof an obituary of a dear friend and when hot tears threaten to flow down and blot out the words you wrlB there breaks througIIn InheOfflcedaddy af a nw boy Tears ann- oyj mingle in the same breath and the giving and taking away f life are recorded on tbe same page Before you have finished tbe obituary the breezy advance man for a comedy show pops iia and asks you to write a scream for his 40 fat frolicsome fairies nd how joyous they are Before you are dope with the kinda words aboutyour departed friend the jay over a new baby arid nished thd showmans adIt felow sneaks in to ask yutopr suppress tbe story of the fight bo was mixetlupin Thehafter putting all the lace And trim mings on the brides wedding 0VDdre8sIn the tb jLconventional black and startin Shemlt and best wisheR you turn again to the tearv side of life and writV Hat the stately ship moves onto the haven under the hill and j oh for the tough of a vanishedIthand and the sound of a voice hat is still1 Then comes a llull and the old typewriter is con nt to record the commonplace facts knowing that just around I the corner ani eaqb awaiting his turn stands Joy Grief Borr row Mirth Sarcasm Wit and Laughter Took A Calf To Buy v Marriage License To secure funds to purchase his wedding license and topre pare a wedding 6upperattbe brides home Boyd Birkley off Henderson a young white maUl itj is alleged sioie a valuable Jersev heifer calf from Wes Ires- lep Tuesday and sold it to a 1 cal bntcher for 18 and was feasting at tie Wedding board when snatched from his brides side by offlciers and placed mia cell to await his examining tralJ He admits the theft the author Ities say Birkley was engagedI to Lillie Reduonr and had no money to get married The Rednour girl told him if he didI not hurry she would marry an other fellow Bi kley 05rne c t mo In locating the call With the money he secured the mar riage certificate and had the knot ied Officers walked into i tne Redtiour house just as the i wedding partly sat down to uset The young brida followed BirkI ley to the jaill door and pleaded WiLt the officers not to lockup her husband In addition to tbe theft of the calf the prisouer ad mils stealing a dozen hens from Pressley The value of the flftunder 20 makes the stealiB oil lit petit larceny while hachic tel stealing of vajna of 250 lii a felony Pretfsley declares lbed IS will pr6 eciitte 4tMyoifBK groomC I Breakaf of Jarf m j Iiti 1 QTcrpfttkiig JAM Oors pumpkis pelIMS WMM aMA jt sweet potatoes De swtU or xp4j fl processing iii4 Ill jjars quite fallof the p oiiels t 2 Placing eoM JJin he water or vice versa As soom ii soon as the jars svs llUd wilb j 1melL i q 8 If top cracks darii- lizAtios 1 the wlreSJ I 4ti fI4InselLr t1It iJfora5 Allowiig coW rsfts J tremovedt Bayi rLhQ8brMkiolftops when lever is ffrosd dowa J i drNorthj ervIce pkr i i RthsFkgHuJ i ti Mrs J Mf KsJteji fLexiB 7 jtton has the dlatiacti ef beta 3 ttbe first woa1I oX HM paassiit tee QAeHiadrsd ie rs4ee a IhUDdrHr t CoMMitteeI Ji Hl oi ssst fatiyes aid vow to raise fftMtO I jfor Kentucicys UUterey wevfc Mrs Kelly kid her mviy ia 1 hand 8baatita t Mwl rMorris Bsrtte Oiiajrsi ii of 4 the Coauiittes of QM Eaedked 1 wjththchdiw41absve20OuyauadMs1f M If the other siMtj iejBMMa biers of this CcMBtUiee ae may thinKt like Mrs KeUji ffeas i i things may be expecHd eltHe i and the Colt wUl o iow j nhistocyforvaiisatssvii bi jKaatBckys ILIicecrcm tiga rl f D You KRSWThtTt t jLifeuaisst J dsth Dirty rsfnigrss y sTclmHl 1 ThedefciysA el is offliRse th uassIthyr1l j 4 o Iriat IE7WYQ tl ts antaI1M iIhrs own a altV t r Its the babyM Kyes lTlibercll jprtvsatable CHriUs f 1 The fall diaseri paM IU epepv window tlte ct 1 health ii JLiS worry ei r shortens llrel I1 A cold b lh every jthe beet eibu ius Poor Ml Ja szpsestvs The tT ti Pveiie Hea H firviies hs redos psakrli ti fer cDiia AOBM toealittes tThedefliirfti trm foto I fever a MM TJaKid j cetlasfaLusSIU t pubiS OIW1R- rIeasA FlIia IoWa bw1uasI Sr s JrrtF 2t- JtiL A tL4i ra iiiJ te sPWiNGFJ L rY PTILXD YJl3TmunsD jJAMES R = WCTOMLIN Editors Mid Publisher jKiiUrid it Ole Springfield Ky Post iie M ooadcM mail matter t Nphfitttjuiding the efforts 1 siadi by our reat President to I avert war it iis practically on ifith Mexico it seems now that OJIe the Mexican Government js Iworse than the bandits tr em r Sive And while President fs tobu proven himself a hero in keeping us but 0 f trouble we I cm rest safelyassured tbaThe will prove him elf an eijaally good President during the storm 4otwsr f AliMdr troops are moving VfroI every Sjate towards tht borliertnd where she has al ways been found the thitjkestof 4thefray There stood Old Kentucky In t short time people villflee new dimes quarters med half dollar as it has been decided to chngetbe design on these coius t The first of them will be placed lln circulation teL Saturday The law prmits a change of d sign every twenty years and i ha ben twentv yassince tht present design was adopted J Latest War News r In Washington it was anaounc f edlul night that unless Gen Carranza surrenders the twenty thre c Americ4n troopers heldS prisoners in Chihuahua city lore tonight President Wilaon V probably will go before Congress tpmorrow to ask for authorityI to iorca their j State Department has no intimu j tiop as to when a r ply to the notesent Sunday demanding im m diate release might be expect ed Mexican bandits Tuesday crossed the border af Hachita N Mnd killed William Park y erta rancher and his wife American cavalry wtre sent in pursuit but due to the isolated section of the country it had Ibeen determined late whether 5 the United State soldiers had crossed the border in the chase or not No Carranza soldiers are stationed near the line at that point It is understood from Mexican sources tbit Geb1 Trevlno has i disposed his forces believed to number from 25000 to 40000 men in such a way as to repel any advance of the American y LEE Chmirmmn Cssut LXilro4 L W VisiiGerdio SS 1 w fsrtfrd IIrSL- S AN yIMowt viCOWLEYAv- Ystk Cutest fircew j PuS rIm tt 0 1 14IIITU v guarded The trarspart Dixie and two Loii vsJsleft Tampion loaded with refugees The vesselswill put in Galveston Six comnanies of this First Regiment of Louisville and nearly all of the Third Regiment have recived orders to proceed to Fort Thomas at the earliest moment and ail were expected nightlOrders other companies of the First and ecnd regiments will probably be announced today Fair View Mrs Coward Lewis is visiting her mother Mrs Robert Payne i Misses Julia Carney and Eva Ohpatham wpre iin Springfield Saturda shopping Mrs Joe Bodine and Miss Ida Richardson of Nelson county ot tduded children exercise at Mt Zion and dined with Mr and Mrs G FBodineSunday Miss Bulah Coleman of Dan 7ille is the gdest of hr grandfather Mr J W Hays Richard Cheatbam was inf Louisville one day last week Quite a number from here attended Childrens Day at Mt Zion Sunday Misses Myrtle Carney and Beulah Coleman Messrs Elmo Hays and J ff visited Miss Rqberta Wallut near Midway Sunday Rfternoon Mr EstillHtrdin of Fairfield visited sister Mrs F B Cheathain Sunday Mrs Made Coleman and rfbn of Luuievitlr m lured here Sun day and visited her sister Mrs Prestbu Moore Mrs Hubert Virgin and Kittle daughter were Monday guests vayIFarmers were so busy Mouday that omya few attended County Court inapringfield For Seile 1 desire to sell privately my farm of 71 acrs located i5 miles from Springfield adjoining farms of Mike Mackin and Mora ja place Farm is good strong lland and nas on it a good five room dwelling good stock barn well watered both with wells and Springs For further in call on formation SAM SMITH R R 2 For Rent Three six room dwelling bouses for 10 per month J A BODLWARE Executor JM Burton peti be other body with intimate s railroad conditions has such post tiea l the public The rates railroads may charge pubfic are fixed this catboard Out very dollar received by rairoe from I paid directly em Ny r all Gtal Mantur- Crctt lUIlw P tMttrfFbUidclpbii KcTdiat B Ohio Railway St 1110I CW KOUNS Seats Pt Railway MSV MgMASTSR bIIri 44i r I 4 SSIAN Fc RJa1 iIs th fwott Backward Regtpnfof the Empire- of the Czar J A sketch of Russia the rsd part of old RUflBlan soil to feel the power of the invader given in a statement issued tytho National GoI ographic society White Russia comprises four Rim sian Vltebsk Smolensk Moghlloff and Minsk It is said that the name is from the predomi nant color of the peasant dress This division pf Russia is bounded by the basin on the south and 4tho Duna or southern Dvlna on the north It supports a population bt about seven and million two third of which Is white Russian and the test Lithuanian Jewish and Pol Here likely is to the purest Slav type almost unblendod This Region blanketed by swamps nndI marshes and smothered In forests isI ono of the poorest most backward re tfrfns in Imssla Finns dwelt here before history be tan for Europe They were expelled Lithuania who in turn gaVe before Slavonic tribes The country finally passed back to the Lithuanians then to Poland and was won piecemeal by Rua sla Polish oppression and religious persecution worked a wholesale deso lation here and thou ands of tied1 into Russia while those who rOoI mained intrigued for Russias coming The the region was not an nexed by the Great Russians until tho end of the century Starva tion has swept this land again and again with as terrible effects as those by in the grip of famine The White Russian is not ot sturdy build as the Great Russian nor so comely as the Little Russian He is less aggressive than his northern neighbor and more heavy thaI his neighbor His hair and eyes are light and his face is drawn The garment peculiar to Is his white overcoat wears on all special occasions as proudly in sweltering July as in the winter His villages are small lated and badly homes fsof primitive His fight existence bitter one From his ranks are recruited the workmen for the hardest leastva ring taw erf the empire TO BE DETERMINED Eligibility of Port RIcan as American Army Officer Is Being Questioned by The question as to whether Lulu Raoul Esteves the Porto Rican grad uate in this years class from West Point is eligible for a commission In the army has been raised Under a decision of the court Porto RIcans citizens of the United States and for that reason It was suggested that Cadet Esteves might not qualify as an officer of the army While the has not been passed upon by the legal the opinion of those who have beeni looking up the is that tho fact that cadet is not a citizen of the UnlteM States will not disqualify him from holding war Beginning down through with thcommIssIonI eigners havo held c United States army Without regard to his the Porto Rican now has the legal status of a cadet ia ona different status from the Fill pinos who under a special of con gress permitted to take the course at the military academy Estoves en tered the academy and was educated under the same provision of law as all other cadets and It is thought that it will held that ois edible for a commission in the irmy Washlngto Star k IIFederal Inquiry or Railroad Strike1Faced by demands from the conductors engineers firemen ini brakemelI I t that Would impose on the country an additional in transportation costs of 100000000 year the railroads that this wage problem be settled by reference to impartial Federal t t Withi these employes whose efficient isVicknowlcdgcdj railroads have no differences that couldnot be considered ffairly and by such public body Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration The proposal l of the railroads td thcemplbyes for ths settlement r the isontroersy as theIr yourryl by submission to the Interstate Commerce Commission the only tribunal which by easoo of in accumulated information bearing on railway conditions ansi it control of the revenue of railways is in a retsseSJ55555T to meet the added of operation in your prepoiaU are found by Cemrmwiefi to be jutt reasonable or in the event the Interstate Commerce Commission cannot under existiNg laws act In pteiiios that ejointly request Congress to take such ction as may be necessary to enable the Cennis4 te wouder anJ q promptly dispose of the questions involved v2Byarbftratioo in accordance with the provisions of the Federal law The Newiamls ActSi Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote Leaders of brotherhoodat the joint conference held in Newt York June 115 refused the offer of the railroads to the issue tp abitration 4orFederal and employes ate now on the qucs iion whether authority shall be these to declare a nationwide strikeSjf i The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the rai roads the t public body to which this issue to referred for these reasons No such an knowlfd e el an unquestioned in confidence- the the for ittnatportalioa non largely by Goven of the li publicnearly onehalf to the is derived by tsh he ny ha for Aro Ho act are an the cost case the and ihe v as ployes wages 2ndthemoa yIpayjfti ased wage paidbyInterstate its con t etttrJeteisept till interests of the railrafttl empt ycilke of the railroads and the public A Question For the to Decide I The railroads feel that jthcy have no to grant wage p eferment of 100000000a year to these employes now paid and cons it ting only onefifthof all the employes a from that ili sball determine the the case a all the facts f Tile issue tIlt is this controversy is to be settled by an t impartial Government inquiry or 6tindustrial warfare 4C Conference Committee of the Railways iltlMA PaALIGM1t G 1Eiatrsuik r BALDWIN etlMuuraowr aooHIIItr Task Knf OOAFM A fc COTTM fflIw- yLL miway J j Piles his as a I N r G H Northern WING Cn l RaiIi W GRICB 4 t Aut is Kictttm LouisA Sas Prsschco Atghisoelopcka Railroad fHabitatlon jj white governments Prlpetriver onehalf found European way migrating Great peasants whole tf eighteenth experienced India a southern generally him which keptHIs a RIGHTS l Authorities not precedents the a citizenship be burden propose tribunal jS service decided justly a tI formal of follows Preferably i or thetrtin service submit rcview the voting j given leaders ought it The J Commerce Cossn44kwith owners Public r right highly Without clear mandate a public tribunal i merits of after review of single Before country whether I National EMERSON GtntSSil Twtf- Cbeupcike ALGREIG GnlMtmttr it CAlMaagsr- WuUa H question JNNrf lUrA rrojt fltlAMfiSn LCIMIIttrDenvr Io rade A MSCIIOY Pallyaa Jou Rail RallrodI wfsEuDoSeaboard r PmIA J STONR Erie 9ailgoi O eSeasci Cnltftr si Ir wOsl- IatrA 1 1 GcrnhariShelIs Prov I Meals far he Inhabitants ern of Fra s NorthITt When a certain iti stone struci tare on the water edger isl being sUelloa the French jldkrs off duty adjourn to tho sho or the entor lainmont TheyI the various schedules the shells lon anti time firJingtliemport cannot he hw rjj There is rcttdeep Mtae ttewrhigi lpir ilo ely lowed by another r they como inii pairs and then t uge columns of water hurtle inici the air for a hundrei foot nee atd by two I heavy detonations bTeadwroc cupying Americans i he ambulan- csectionsthey hav i taIled a bend to sit onthen juiJup and scurry for a wall which i fiords protection against the eclats that sing back from the shells ilk second there is a rush for the hofl eliunks of metal while the natives ercicrge from their shelters to gathe W the fish that have been killed bjjltbe tterrific con cussion and fiBh hi la bombarde mcnt is served to vfe the next day L E McConnell bthe Outlook HIS POSITION NO SINECURE Perclan Poet LaureateT Kept at Work Immortalizing flia Speeches of His Royal Mbster Persia appears to1e the only coun try besides Englau where a poet tlaureate has ocCn ajntained l of re cent years Until MuzafTaredDin abolished the post iin J1S9G the court p03Fcssedl far more numerous lian those of hi British confrere According to Narcisse Peran who spent some years Ml Persia at the beginning of the niotconthcentinyc- Ourt etiquette prescribed that whenever the shah traveled outside the capital his suite must include a dwarf a giant a jester a historiog replier and n poqf Jaureate The last two wcrekeyt busy for while the historiographer had to record for posterity jul the doings and sayings of the shaju the laureate was called upon to cclqrlate a large proportion of those W v6rse lit Persia highly commends this custom which he round rigidly followed for the shah knowing that many of his ut terances and deeds would bo crystal ized in an ode felt bound on these aqt1bclufImajesticallyt j JSTENDS HIST HYISBLACK IIThroughIIrhe firat siege qatcnthe beau tifut Belgian rit fended 310 jifago on September feijJlCOlt wen aity was surrendered to the Span iards who had invealLed the city fot over three ycars jThc honorable capitulation followed one of the most heroic dcfensfefe in the history of warfare On tfie dajth pf Clitrloi II of Spain the Pie iffii seized Oat end but in 1706 af te Marlborough dp itIl was retaken by French but restored three yearstjiter In 175G thE French garrisouec the town for thp Empresft Maria roM In 1792 Ostend again ftjlj to the branch who evaluated it kt p93 regained it EngHsbIy flagof tifejjjjfythorlands 1814 to 1830 Mn Belgium rut gamed its inddbjjiidente Moder Qitond know ak La Reine des Pkges the Qua u of BearbeiuIJ forhiaujr yeara iit has lbeen the rett net BoasW playg punxl of Europe a favorite retort f g the people of all nations Its maduficent hotels aro among the finrkji iij the worldand the abbreviated suits worn by tWL both sexes are 11l1ing i pf uri Floating Hasefor Submarine The South American country of Bra- il may soon possess an innovation for wtbzaarine warfare in the form ofa rung subirtnt bi capable Qf tAking tire of six pnbm nilbl qf thr 400ton type ItTwill be proVId with the neoMry auxjlliary equipJge for charging the acounjulators and air rea errolrs of the underwater craft The floating haw or tender will be 226 foot long 51foot beam and will have a draft of 13 foot Sixtysix bun dred horse power will be developed by two sixcylinder Diesel engines of the typoiSjiecia building the craft or early delivery to JJracU If It is not taken over by the ttals1 oY Ii jSansGeneIn and mourning In tbe- city Paris still tains a touch OCiitNY Itis related that a certain la tr of Paris whose Adaltght it has alwdya been to make Bolamn folks JauijW appeared the other day as couj1tJel l fOr a woman charged with lOn 4 toot too grave mis demeanor She vMs only a waiaor plalpIGentlemon the lawyer exclaimed suddonlyaddreafn the bench gen tlbraon you cannot find my client jUIltY And why not iaaked tho presid ing magistrate po iewhat sharply Because came tbe smooth reply she washes for peneralJoffre and it Is her glorious jfajtyllego at this moi Ptt tobe wo4lzg Into ono ot hts handkerchiefs maglstzateII theII case They not jonfy found the w erwoman guilty J4 Charged but added ten days to her sjentPiice for stealiag OecersJ Joffros idtidkerchleC f aaea5a + a yvga q i V a3 f 1 i4 1kcr 11IOCi g I 0 flAv teI ii1f g t v 1 Ever notice the two words cti Straight Cut on s r r f T- v1lftt j the Favorite package Theyre important to t rit smokers ftifJtty vSe ttt 0 4 j 7Swt They mean that the extra freedrawing rif 0 ir r STRAIGHT CUT tobacco in Favorites bririgs If tti l aout ALL the hidden taste enjoyment I Not iiI f 4 i part ofIt ff Hit iJr If 1 frALL the delicate mildness the delightful j Vj f aroma the body that some cigarettes cant be expected to bring out I JiJ1Ic fOr f s cJ I Watch this difference when you try Favorites lI1 j 1 f today The words STRAIGHT CUT are on ff rJil 6 1 1 V the package vv J v ivf M j j jS 1t i i irj l f atm f I4vTc1IIECl ii i1 t i t 0 Astraigut Cigarette 1 I J get1Ltbegqodout cjgoodt6acw r p I F I Ion5Jisopacizeci 2Ofor1O MIBJ HARD TO CONlhOL NtRVES Even the Bravest Men Have Boon Known to Exhibit Fear Before Be Ing inured to Battle Mon in the trenches now qujje used to the war game bate been described as feeling Jurnpythe sort 1of af umaUoperltlsunecessarily blameworthy nor even un soldierly the bravest havo experi oncod it The fling is given various names As when a young nobleman was sent to tile hospital suffering from heart paralysis Using Immature a mere yoiith his heart In tact his whole body was undeveloped a man In spirit but not yet in body Being so conspicuous a figure it was up to him to display the supremeat courage and of course ha made good All the same there was a profound shock to his physical organism and something had to evidence that stibck Ills soul was Rtrong and brave but his physt nal being with its subconscious wIltS tolive was afraid and no shame to it or to its princely owner Why should men get equivocal about fear on the battlefield why not frank ly can it that and not nerves or some like foolishness Tho courage lies all in going ahead despite the fear The subllmeat courage iis tho two in the morning sort when ones physical condition is at its lowest ibb And the wonder la Just that kind of courage is noV being so mag nificently and so lavishly displayed all along the battlefronts whore much of the Bghtln is done at night All soldiers are likely to be afraid until they got used to warfare ThIs has beentr eCf many famous com mandara AuftMtw who won fame at AcUusn Turnn8 Napoleon Ney A coward in kt declared the bravest of the bravo who boasts he never was afraid theno8 talked fight aplenty bufOio ran away from his tint ORpgeRent as did also Cicero Scjfmtilc American Codfish Market Swampea Wg linMh of codA h along tho northern sad oaataro coasts during tho latter part ot Julie caused asalu famine in tke Ancient Colony Theyl ialt uNd by the Newfoundland fisher folk for curing thel catch Is obtained from Trini in Sicily and Cadiz in Spain Practically alL the sell in the Island has boon absorbed and it Js claimed that about 15000 tons moro could be advantageously used iif it were available At least this quan tity and probably more has been ordered and should arrive during the noxt jnonth but much of it will coma to hand too lato to be of any real sore ice This shortage of salt is Hkely to affect the banking loot also willed baa had exceptional gOQd fortune in its earlier voyages this year The nvorago price of cod paid last year unfl the year bofores both In Newfoundland and Nova Scotia was about per quintal but with foreign aarkots as they aro at present it ia toped that at least another twenty five cents per quintal may be ob- tamed The fact that fish of late are so plentiful Is Inducing industry and also stimulating smaller operators to r iite tho shore fishery more ez t 6HADES IN MEXICHN ARMY American Voman Learned Something From Visit Paid Her by a Detachment of Villlstaa Some years ago a humorous story went the rounds of the newspapers about a young lady who at a gather tog of the Sons and Daughters of tile American Revolution held her head exceedingly high explaining her haughty demeanor on the ground that she was descended from a bona fide private sqjdier the only private she was convinced In the Revolutionary hosts The following incident would seers to indicate that the Mexicans wbn are fighting today are almost aa well offlccrcd as the patriot army of the young ladys lively fancy An American woman now safe in the atatcsrwrUes that ni e soldados oi the VUlista following one day rode In to her remOte mountain camp They were very decent fellows ud made no throats still in tho absence of hAr husband It seemed only wise to give them plenty of food and drink Also tp yield grncehft to the request of ona of the number who said he was the captain for the llom of a blanket Pretty coon a second warrior inti mated that ho too could use a blanketS to advantage in his Ing that ho too was captain When a third made tho same request also an nouncing his rank as that of captain their hostess paused in her distribn Lion of blankets Tall me she Inquired politely la this entire Detachment composed of captains Oh no acqoral replied the one who had fIrst spoken l am Captain Primoro this is Captain Segundo nod that ia Captain Terccro Thoseira dicating tha two remaining are th private ibldlers And at this the admiring senora ao cording to her own account at once gave a blanket to each of the two high privates in the rear rank Dcrrthem as being each rare birds Youths Companion JEnglish Grouse Season The season for grouse shooting 12thdayIthat It will be tho poorest year for this sport that has bben known for a utaIover because there are fewer guns London papers say that only half the grouse moors In the north of England and in Scotland ihkvtf been let and privilegesyeaf morcpver elderly men and offl cers on leave rom the front will have the shooting practically to thqmselves mUttThe demand for grouso In London is grouseisever before It to said that thob3gaI will not be so largo as heretofore be beuters1U1grouse to bo in luck Can You Afford Any Jut a liti p Kerosene Enginet1 t ftlfi JAT rgasohntheir owners about iic per horse power per I hour over gasoline engines v tFigure it this way On kn 8horse engine the say ing is 88c an hour 88c in a lohour day 88 in l00t days of work Say that is all your engine does in a 1 year tf1J j It would cast you 88 more than you need topay tbwfc 1 run an 8horse gasoline engine one year That imorej than a third of the price of the engine Can you ifforSrfiEvW throw away 88a year Can you afford even tothink off s buying a gasoline arine when you can get a Titea tkat uses kerosene See the 1itart dealer unci tlk this over He has some interesting figures to show you r 40 talioialHarvezerCopUy1Aasrica bcerponici 1 i 11 TlUn kerotena engiaM ers MU W t4 McClure Simms SSJi A CALL TO HEADQUARTERS I 1 Lot JJuropkey Modemjze your old Buggy or Automobile injtli Stylo of FAinting U C Robt Hlibsch is again In chorgl mPaintfeparPRa you Uptodate Firstclass work Why ubt biTi tW IIILatest Humkeiy equipyour vehicles with Rubber Tir at Auto Wh4p TIre The Heat mnd Ic lRepair Work I iJon allaiche k IIGeU HENRY IqHUMKEY V i i I I Phone 280 LEBAN N icJ II U I ITh Evening Post and NewtLead 3 er both one year for 5QU I7IiiTDf R JIiHAMILTON yul SVRINGPIELD KY 1 OMoiI Jain Cross Street Phona 730 to830ArHours 1OQ to 300 P M i t 4irJjR J CAiUDDt PPljsieiii Iud Surgeon tltcio 8w 9 1 102 pmv cA Over Haydoas DrugStore j DR MW HYATT r- x jpificfev over Spnngflldl State iJsSiBiHifc pfaco3bbnrsV1030alnv to12tii4to5pm r Itj ft F GRIGB- Yi I TTPRNEATLA- WJ OceCTetPCOPIte Hank BPRINOFJELD KY hDR W F TRU- SlYnENTISf Office over Havtlon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices 11 work guaranteed I DORSEYDORSEY d LAWYERS rttli l iiLoutsville JJ1 10 years experience at Louis l1b r Special attention to 4 o1IectiOnsandad3ustweoisJ t SPECIAL TO WOMENT- he most economical cleansing and mteldal of all antiseptics Is fj UJ A KAAk Antiwptic Powder to WdiMolTed in water as needed As a medicinal antiseptic for douche Ihi treating catarrh inflammation or ulceratioa of nose throat and that J caused by feminine ills ithas no equal For ten years the Lydia K Pinkham Medicine Co has recommended Paxtina la their private correspondence with women which proves its Superiority Women who have been cured say It is worth Its weIght In gold At dracglsts SOc large ccz or by malL ffktf Jaxtoh Toilet Cos Boston Mass I TREES Sliaae and Fruit Trees Qtraw berry Elauls Grape Vines IiShrubS Asparagus Rlubarb l Hedking etc Everything for Qrcjrard Lawn and Garden Hi CatalogftHilleiiineyr r 1l4i Lexingtqn Ky 1916 III IApSTOMACH TROUBLE lt Yields to Delicious Vihol b stomloChweak I could hardly walk Or do any Iwork My appetite was poor my food would not4iget I bloated and was very weak arid nervous I tried many reme advertistrouble is completely cured arM I am welL E Ii MARSHALL r 5nol isguaranteed to tone up the tired overtaxed and weakened nerves I of the stomach pad create strength I tgnguuh Lawns as yaL = 2 It Is often i i io comprehec frMIttll map the significance of alterent movements and the strategic rmluo of certain posItions ia the pres ent European war because of tho vast I territory involved Seeking to get around this difficulty several English lawns have been experimentally con certed into large scale open air maps On these huge plats one can actually stroll up and down the firing line observe how close ones position is to that of the enemy and In general 1n a comprehensive idea of progress In warring operations Small national Sagsmark the positions each countryt t armies occupy and the towns are lndi cated by jmall posts also appropriate ly flagged Colored tape staked down tiat intervals shows the location of riv ers and small stodes set in the soct spell out names of the various dls ictaP9PuIar Mechanics Magazine I 754 WAY E L I Atsa 2 p mi rt TOWN uQ 6yui of Inters The and Latest All About YourseSf Friends t and Acquaintances a c4a MQQ Q94y For sole Two Duroc Jersey j Bears W G Grundy The ladies of the Christian 1tc will give a raspberry Bumper Saturdav afternoon an- diifitat j the park v f v K The Woniass Olub will gUie4 picture show at the WalnUt treet theatre Friday night Special feature film will ba shown The abutments prOthE new bridge at tho Pirikstpn Ford have been completed and ate noW ready to receive the bridge The work was dime by Murphy Bros of Bowling Green ands a spteudia work of masonry TheIsnihe company has tho ton Fosd bridgd and will begin work onithat uext week I Tom Keughwas tried before Judge Noe m l he Police Court oniwcharge of furnishing to one Pearl Smith a quanity of whisky for the purpose of sale There was no evidence p8bow that any of the whisky had been sold or ithat the woma had ever been acousel of selling whiskey The court gave peremptory in tucLionstO find defendant net guilty Work is progressing nicely on the road under State Aid super vision Already one mile br more of road has been complet ed Money expended in 8tateI aid is a permanent frnprovement as bas been demonstrated iu th3 case of the Bardstown road i which is wearing splendidly een at the pojnts neir the To bacco Warehouses which was sxposed to very heavy traffic Silver Wedding aregoingtowedding in a very unique way Giving a public invitation to al- lqeirfrienth l and acquaintances to meet with them from 4 QCIOI k uctiI 7 oclock p m June 30thf Babh present to be given n cash and the amount to ba given tolthe new Baptist Orphans Home l at Glendalel Ky Rev Purdom Laylor and Bow will give short bilks Every cine invited and dont forget the date Mr and lrsO L Brady Recruiting Officers Here Lieut Leo Medley a former Washington county toy and flOW an officer of Cotnpany ofI the firt Kentuckyi Regiment wasin town Monday with o htr Oflpersonsarmy as volunteers to go to Mexico Severall persons were interested and number of bo4 s of tlire county expecUto eoj however only one went with then Davis Colvin a sou of Mr and Mrs E L Colyin went to Lou isville Monday to take the ex amination but did not pass Mr Medley will return Saturday Lebanon Chautauqua on The is now on having begun j estorday with a good programme The pro gramme for the entireseries lasting seven days shows that they will nave scm off the best Gtmu tauqua taieatUi is now before hA public F vrse1 eril yparsL banon has been having a Ch umuqaa has prepared a very tine rr 4IIZ5 NEW AUTOMOBILE LINEIIII 1 ISPRINCFIELD and LEBANON 4 g9ROtJND tpiLit TRIP As t we have tie COn rM for carryingtho mail you 1 can dvdohd Oil us going Rain or Shine We are equip 1ppd WI ew Mllxwelralld ford cars aodwill cfte zvor io giv pur patrons the best service possibje We also have Cars tolSirc and partly desirinif to take a trip i IIand wnt u nice ckr g1 Good Livery In Connection Jfit e1lyespri1gI1 1 V rnvand andI Luwve f LebanonLarn apd Plion SprlnghelU Lebanon 48 or830 IL T D f ProprietofS- hader i rJJ tt LocII Happenlns freshest Gbautauqna tQ3O 345prp I TOPICS II- no Mm ICpr hording it The people of aSeljlYilhi LebanonffibRt luring their gaa weal besides hey have other attractions k NwMail Carrier l rJ Mr Tf v Tapp has secured jhemaUlj placesforMr ThOmas Shaderwill driye the auto which will Ibo carry passengers Mr Tapp has ajso 4pnrcbased several iew autos which will be for hire See his ad iin another columns Making AnotKer Park The ladies of the Springfield Library Association are beautii fying another unsighuyspot in the city Thsite of the Old Berry Hotel which has for yenrs been a dumping ground for rub bish is toing cleared up pre paratory to sodding and planting in flowers While it may not be generally knpw yet tis true that the beautifying of these spots rtquires the expenditure of quite an amount of labor ah well as money the ladies are entitled to encouragement and assistance in their improve the city Will Soon Be Completed Work ort the Christian church progressing rapidly audwiil be comptedin the near future This church was built a few years ugo but shortly after it was built it was found that a nile telce had been made in not build ing it large enougn A Jlarge addition is being made Yhjch will not only add to the available space bublo the general appearance of the buirding as well Unfortunately tot themselves the people of HpringfUld in building cfcurches have not looked syfficienily to pro diu room Most churches in town have ha l experience in this line someleave enlarged and others will soon hate to do likewise L punty CourtDay Monday was crfunty court day There w sVue oj the smallest crowds tht has been setn in town on that day for L many yers Practically all farmers are very buyiUltH ir crops and consequently could not make it convenient to dome to tbwni The ladies of the Library Club Served pies and other goodies iii the Court House yard and although thare were low people in town yetthey realised a nice sum which will be ekpeu ded in Iqcal improvements The good ladies are tireless in their efforts to make Springfield what everyone should wish her to be Ci y Heamiful J cfj1rordered A report was filed iin the Waller Adams road motion and COn ti ii ned for exceptions The case involyoa a coutroveis aa tto the prOper location of a road Tbo cate of the Common wealth by Ifk R Eddt man Adlmmi J beck taxes In the case of Cleland Purdom IIvs C N WUIett iu tie special pf the Circuit Court in which Judge Thurman vas sit ting to try the exceptions to the sile of Willettfe laud near Valley Hill The court sustained tie exceptions and set the sale acme and ordered a esale of the land The land Was soldsome tnie agd at the Court Bouse door for tSoOO And advance bid of JS4500 was made and the case submitted bit thi accoant and Okhec matters set up in the exceptions Uiie of tthQ principal attractions Of the djiy was tho prod uc tion of the famous film t The JBditle Cry of Peace which wa lshown tjIulI jjA our differ cut times durrg Ifci 4y iF rSALE ojliAfourrro- om Cottae on Viygipia Aet l ttUIUL N tn ilAfctffttfcUjtfw Ii WW It ili Iit iAi WlW 1 SPRINGF ELD DRY CLEANING CO 07iL i Suits H rushed and Pressed 35civ Ipves Cleaned l5c 1 1Kid f CleatI Cleaned and Reblocked iCe a week Tuesday and Friday f LEV Jr NICHOLS Propr jPhone 154 jJI JMext Door to Clerks Office I II I ffm iI fln1 I I9 mtHI f TurnerMatHerly =Mr Vernin Majherly andI Miss Mabel turnerwere married this weelci The grObm is ason of Mrs Martha Mat erly and iis a sti rlinlgood feMojiv while his bride who is u taughter of Mr Hartford Turner is attractive y jung lady WallsCfrey ILMr Willey R Capey and Miss Bettie E Walls of Wiilisburg eloped to Jefferson vfle last Sun day and were united in marriage The groom jis a sbirof Mrapd Mrs James oar y4ot Tathara Springs arid is a worthy young mau while the briUe who is a daughter of Mr L Ifv Wills is avery pretty and popular young Iddy They were accompanied to jeffersouville by Mr and Mrs Walter Litsey t f o Anderson The remains of MM Anderson were brought hero Thursday lashl week for buritll She bad oeen a sufferer all tier life and died at the City Hospital iin Louisville PriOr to lier marrage she was a Miss Murpljy being a daughter of James lurphy and was 19 years of agoI Funeal Cervices und busialj werel conducted tat iBethlehHri She is survivedbf her liudband and mothers r1 PERRON1L jli Miss Elizlpeth mafms in com pany with her auntfcJMiss Emma Adams of Harrods UJr left this morning for a t O eeUa visit to ber aunt Mrsh J Ntjcj of Collinsville AlaIMr W P Hays ol Bloomfield was here Mondav 11 Messrs F W Sjurjtns H D Stiles James T bjn Hubert Hinkle and Will Sties Of Bhjpin llelclJ were here M nih yT Mr Nick McDo 811of Dan lvillewas here firs of the week Mr and Mrs Sa n Nichols and me1lf 1H Neal Miss Elmo Miller Jefc Friday for Bowling Grterit where sire will bathet guest of school friends Mr J Scani41Jof Louis II ville spent from Thursday until Sunday with relatives here Mr Vill Tobin lwho hes been on the Police Forcjei at the Uu Pont Powder works is spending iafev days here J Hon S A Russel of L banon was Hero ThursdajWdn businessI Jr Miss Ellen Wafililji is vi iti1gl her mother at Eaijdsowa1 Jnncr tion f rt Miss lizzie Walarip is visiting friends iin Morganfie Miss EleanSr tiuiican spent the week end in Lpjusville Mrs W E S fecman andI daughter Miss Lucy and Sarah Litseyi of Louisville are here for a two months visit Mrs Joe Ciem nts will lea e the first of the week for a visit to friends in Chicago Mrs Oscar Spalding of Ohi cago 111 was the guest of Mrs Fannie Blanford the first of the week IMrs Walter Leacbman enter at Bridge Saturday after noon Mrs W M Hagan abd child ren left ohday for Nashville to visit friends Prof Joseph Donovan of the University of California is spending a few days here Mr and Mrs J S McElroy spentSunday Miss Francis Edelen of Meade county is the guest of Miss Stella Eaelen Mrs lJ Miller who has been ill at McChbrd Hospital in Lebanon is improving Hone W C Rogersand O D Thomas of Lebanon were here Wednesday on business Hon W C McChord was in Bardstown yesterday- Mr EWan Hagan spent yester day in L IIMiss Louise M lId di of Chicago- III ife tbeguesj t of Miss Louise Haydon Dr F J Booiie spent yesterday in Louisville Miss Mable Williams is visiting friends in Eminence LWhen in need of FLOUR and FEED Of all kinds come in and GET OUR PRICES We are in position to furnish at all times in any quantity Midlands 150 per ICO Ira buIJ Oats t 57cbu Chicken Feed 2i and 2 per Ib Molasses Feed I 105 per lCO lbs Corn mal 95c bu Flour bet to be had 80 and 85c per sack Telephone 111 JTiff Williams Co Opp Post Officq Springtteld Ky Did She Men 1UX They lived in adjoining abuses ant ono of those inevitable neighborly spats was on You must think I am a fool ro marked the first female of the species Well rejoined lady No2 1 wouldnt say that but you certainly aro next door to one 1 Notice The members of the Democra io County Committee are requested to meet at Springfield Saturday July 1st to fielHcta Chairman of the Campaign Committee and to attend to other bnsiriess G L HAYDON Chairman F B NOE Secretary t liuhllKN i SkidS THE man who uses Fisk Non Skids knows hf eRnnnt huv greatert tire valuemore mileagp or thsame service Present Low Prices On Fi le Grej NonSkid Casing 3 X30 1040- 313o134o 4 332200 4iz35312O 41x363156 5 ac3T3730 less than the plain treadstyles of several other standardmakes I125 Fisk Branches insure prompt attention to dealer and user Hagan Bros Fi4BrancAu In More Than 125 Gtfei 7 w r r i r FmIITiii ll i BE WISE f f I trr rr 1 AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE IIIBARGAINS W LAaI 11LadI Goat Suits this seasons latest styles 12 price I c Ladies Silk Dresses at Reduced Prices t Ladies Separate Coats Best Styles 13 off riLadies Newest Cuts in Wash Skirts at reduced prices I Corset 4Gowns Covers real Values 35c reduced to 23c i I tt Mens 22 aJ1d20value in Suits fon 1500 Mens 18 arid 15 value ia Suits for 1250r Mens 15and12 value in Suits for 1000 Rugs Matt ngs arid Linoleums at Reduced prices I Beautiful Wall Papers at 4c and 5c roll prkesExtraLace Curtains at reduced prices l special IOO Lawns 5c worth 7 I2c Shirting CheviotsGerman Indigo D e reg vajue 12 12 for lOc- ust I I received a shipment of the very newest styles Jo Ladies Kid Pumps in both Dull and Patent V f JNO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS HERE f I Thf RobfrtsonClaybrooif CC- I r I i Incorporated m rj HER POOR PETTED HUSBAND Wifes Solicitude for His Health and Her Own Was Very Touch- Ing Indeed Yes The petted husband and his wife were amiably discussing the advisa busty of a trip to Palm Beach in order that the wife of the petted husband could get back some ofthstrength that with her wasnt so lajjcnt as the distinguished physician who called upon bar some time dur ing the petted husbands office hours thfpght it ought to be VT9The only trouble darling saW 4ao j pboted husband Is this that if yoo should want me to go with you I shouxi have tcvleave my business just at the period when I am most needed to make outS profits large enougk me to maintain yon in the proud voliJ Uon to which you have been accus tomed fQiUho other hand should J remain bealnd the first of the month will come without your being here and the thought of opening all the bills for things you have ordered but for gotten td mention without your moral support Js rather disconcerting Aha I suppose said the wife of the petted husband you have not considered that if I should go alone there would be no one absolutely no one to seoabout my baggage arrange about the sleeping compartments and hotel copra and protect me from be- Ing finfJUed by total strangers I should think after our being married all these years you ought to feel prett- Y good about my wanting you togo anyway and you would if you had a spark of hjaman feeling in you Thereupon the petted husband In terviewed the tourist agencies saw ihiH hotel representatives made ar rangoniontfl to BtaVo off hIs credltors and clOBo up hi business for six Palm Beach the wife of the pet ted husband remarked to a friend Yes I Brought my petted husband long The poor man absolutelyneed ed a chane of IceneLllo LtUnstable Moon The celebrated observatory at Greenwich the place from which we rbckdtr longitude was founded by Charles n in 1675 mainly for the pur iSbao of investigating the movements df the moon in the interests of navlga ton Although in the Intervening two aqd a halfcenturies astronomers have worked at the prdblem the moon has not yet become entirely amenable to their mathematics The astrono merroyal of Great Britain in his re port of the work at Greenwich during the rot year calls attention to the in crcasig deviation between the cat eulatcd position of the moon In the sky and its real position as shown bj tho Greenwich observations The de viation has lately been growing in a serious manner The error ilast year was more than twelve times as large as the error twenty years ago and the average annual increase during the two decades has amounted to half A secOnd of arc in longitude The reason that astronomers have failed in getting exact results from calculations bvigd on dynamical laws of gravita tion is possibly tho existence of some attractive force that they have not yet discovered although the result may also be affected by the true shape of the earth which still awaits accu rate determlnalionYouthfl Compan ion THEIR USE I Why are ayes and hoes considV crcd features of corrupt legislation Because thellatter scent jooa and the former wink I at them PLENTY OH THEM acheck IwifesI Con I She just keeps me my Account busy applying them andJ Come I r tohcel fr t my horseisi sick f i It 11Prompt attention mutt be fir en ailing stock so thatfarm work may not be dckyd I ijBell f r soz It also keeps you in touch ith thcDttrkittMid J your neighbors t r 1 ttiIf there is no telephone on yourffarritto + tday for our Free Book1etIAddresct r jFarmers Line Department CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GOMPAJ5ff INCQRIOAATKDI BO2i9 I OUISVILLEi KY 1l COMBINATION I i Quart House A N J r Salooil 1 Old Willow prings Whiskey Spring 1908 eight fummeri per II lt400 = 1SprIng 1910 six summers u r rtQO s E Spring 1912 four aummer U 240 j- fp Spring 1913 three lummcrs U U 200 0 lfi F FItKjA 0 tJ We Bear overnmell JnsjKCtt ft v f tjIlltTwelve kinds Bottlcdin Bond GOO= Whiskey stvnd brand Per Quart = II 4 i t V HEADQUARTERS FORfrr Brandies Vfifyfy Cordials Alchduol gil1itlteyry C f feA Jthing kdpt itrtt firstclasa Whiskey House w t I Pt= t 1 = If you neei anything in IthisS iline lfimtt jIwy H fri fpaman yon know wH t live yofiasqiaft ikM 4 i 44i9fif Physicians Advise i the use of a coodlazative to keep thq bowels open od preVest tWpsiis tl toad learn gettt glnto your system i j jLThe latest product of science Is VELVO LaxaUve LivcrSyrsp JIftIY tt reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Vehro acts on the Jver si wI stomach and bowels and jsof tha greatest possible efficacy te ceMWLM biliousness side headache jfeverlsHnesst cotefltultace etc Try VP i V IIVIInur LftMIIIL LIVER YRUPn v4TITrz fftMttt HO Mbl ltsattlTtllg tt llltfMrt c I WIIII ie1Melaerr RNeu- aM v i ltw t s wM ereNitid tlmtr 1T11taeptt k o itsf is tie oee whteh aeeeiotely c qebe taee slates sad i af h titr JIiW bare teas into extefeece Ii theee else la the tivllsd v I in te Amerioa afore kaa the lorNf get tt bees beeSht s E6eabaat wide 1 w t LlLI in Otker W11a may pbd r dal to tM llaYea 9JTt rt std tie teleajh ley is M fitVie Amirieie hvreaUveaees M DM w1Niee MMIf Here la the U meee it ked f s kemkla beftfaaia here It exported teed Itottt eid for meay years from here it WM expert 1 to GeettBrftale irkere tteetah Moked ttself Sot meay leasse from her St made seoradlo excarafeac Ia France ted hate Germany end here M last 4t too fallen into deeUae MA theaftfe wIIWs hater tian thet eirhd w ltw twM ycan i tea for it wee kera m tielAav ee oe of tie ameisintk ceatvry eat k tb aad luie of tt twaftieth It Ha erS SEiirllKMM Ml pits wttIatoSO It reYoreece FIr war wkea the negro grid eetkreeerfeertkea bis t etty or JTew York or more hytt tewa to tewa rtrM JoC aio I t1Nt lr iatkemetrocelfa e rdoely twosar lia eofnpeafae wiad Ihetr toaetyt wer Aid theater to tkea far throttskoet tkeVUatted ofatUte of pnnM T0 Tarfaty shews or too flat iatper et aperee Mere efcafaeters ia ecca eieeel eeaMdies The Bkidmere earii irko pamojot 00 rob at d1badedp sow ttkooo Maay yea Jokny Wfi of- Jofowt MMiory it as more i gwtaa K tea fsdkmi Sa aatli iroUory tt aooa ooJy te edy KIM esie Xe br tk Cep CaIra oerp CJtrIIt1 f Brfsdiagya nes 1edNot1o oa eoi aa4 titoir Jiyoaat lftruaier iu fa fJi iat t I MADE MtMitFtFSEIMCE tr 1 Lr 4Yetis 1111 Lpetattett w tried M jets el defeese art kit they wcwMmt an kta there keeevse they a he teeif leteiy sfefled tke look of ttelkr pereee Aadukea Joaes expoetilatet l 11 wd targdtarttbu spsealos of a eaee was a awHer oC fcWlvMval taete ead that tot wart ke world he aekaeMd to ke fseai dead weariec artej fcee line tkat of firs eoeiaieUer ebhei 1a wapaay ther fefi upon Itlm with tre ta ThIen fcavtag deae Ma beet JOSH west keek I ko kk Moteees A few days 1 ldsadact UK to wkeei ke re tke fnrojBiai merieaeoe But Ive foes a way to lit ke dvaad We a keif which they cant reoffeee kewerer lagtfee Taking a saris Of eleaeatary vertery at oae eC tie koepitalsr tetitaowee aeked Nan MaUag reftrsuedr lac seeetstesr No Patting te OTtrtiBH and Sneays at the arse starmewNe Wkatthear SometJa1l1 rYe 1tft1Mfen seU Jones a U ekaatohisety 1irK ret itt mj fatceentr fone te4ke assessors with tke eerreet aaeait of my lag sea Lid ht4rLeaeea TttMU ItWerltadMOnq- II Preetdeat Hlkkea ot Priacetea a ys tbeers te eeatm the daft set ef the mdergradiMte wIeCeI1ura sst article w Ute Oetleek toast a eeUege te eteeeat bed seisH teoeetlve to work ead that Je moot faetahcee ke co iltbarleaf plMaatly through the covrse ibis arUeJe krovfkt meay letters to tie O Uoek aad tie discussion took a pretty wide raage Presldeat Hfk hea addreesed a eoafereace of ma F a tort of claH1Ieol at Wayne a aatoagsthe wet ia the world meet Mla their bread by the aweet of tkeir broth lint Ute student SIt y J eaa mire kmowledge quite eeoly wttkeet kavSag to exert t4 fee fit He abe id ke made to think hfa way oft et dlflcultfae him seltha Doctor Hlkkea declared that colicgea leealve ia the teadeacy of the trader lerI trsadaate to peotpeae sail tomorrow ttt task of today ky making kfa w r agreeable Tke teacher kelps yea any ii nlfT gsrtfasi Cetwane iTrepeseiseeceme 2 eoert ef Make makes tke JeHewmc remmeet ia Fall Creek Sheea eset ipeay ys Walt a tin gut ef a la rep emseiaient treepaaaA hi the laws tke W ot trealfwhen thatUt efaveefcoted map d of ancient toriety fOM foraaiec keyoad the teetlec ewe ef tie swineherd ke atace loses his eheracter as a domestie aeteel and keeeaes ferae aeterae Mkjoettoceptmrokyaaycaeedwkeee that vremtoes ke may at any ladiacnet aunt led hlai elf Of course Ute eeosat care nick about kfa ekar1 aster IOOtIeoff tt MS as fa tM been j the of fa1agsa laeendnentI aahonj t According to a friend Thom JHtoee Is of the opinion that It was IntetIke Newark News How it happened fox eta yelam ky Ike friend who says That was of course a the myC resdrtyofpiVor pull eetkeeiaotlc ae or eleepia BlUnthi a emejl heir maeeeat of aaytklac i akbi a laboratory east lie sat + err7 awa aa4 s meaey west for nprlntsyHsaneVhea else ear eame Ute criekr iaa Ie etIIe eetfeetor for Ute Sit test withI uprt t jAtthe Tilepftone t The printed iijuactlqn Dont gift the hook U seen In plages all over New York city having ocean placed ky tke telephone coapanj scarsirathe way to get titMet telepheaf service set of tie system is to ke seae sad gentle WIt tke apparatus fit hawwaypnesptly and properly tke way to attract is at teattoa fa to mere tke receivbr heal tp sat Iowa slowly very Wwly If adtecttaia kfonetkookNtnole1luBp gnoosesyousitedwasgrh Wa1M at a telephone wh tt II la a kerry end at othJh times too one Oat easily gain an Insight In gnerulonaalying topiemc at Ute phone freQoeatly sees She jhonld ha gre Dbat little tile kook Xramed ov H telephone stand Hats ate Peace Tekerw Here fa a MUtUal hospital aorecorded ky Rev WflUam Sellin 1 hfa new took With Oar gktiag kBelieroaad of a military ward wBea ske wizji a Germaa kelmet Well ate said to the soldier j kIflla4 i Well saw tsletly reepeaded the eeUler YoaseoitwasliketkfaAe i hay oa the Held pretty aesr m w m san awfu ked woand aad kloedia iMIaL4a fMood too tra mr leg litt ITeaaagedto craw vp to him and bpit t toT0I nevteaatloawar rme Nawthia of pea sad tie Itker snare not a word e Helairbe elM tae thank aim I Just coal c tsad ky way eC tokea beaded flat my ktl aad give me hfa helmet Tevthg Com MIlL thechooseIJ eeo OetBesy on Train Oreryatel Boa ee speeding sevjMl days hi j t1M kuatmg kr and Mr7 Ed taouwera1tle j with a swarm e heee they eaptared am tie woods a inmaasspert Pa 4faeeteh to tke FhOadelpkU lafokor Meeeat ef Ihe cold tke kee were weratJUeMcor eoaeh eC a Nortkora Central ledat TraM maa they began to get kusy sad Ia a few mlnutee emerged aemereee imAetaree that had teabltklt pMituers had all fled to tkutIeach and tk billtaeacIToa a pair ef gloves made a dons late ear and raider tke wtadbw toss ed met 1tatWereaeoe hy a hotteetod eae- y CetrMstrsKthelased iaAaetrW eommfaslea fa asea te tip minfoaallestia story akout a mtUloaairo with to hayed a roaeti SC pI d one ef hJe easstilfse fattlpboat driItlast year private I tad Mr Watah teeing ofthe halt wkich fell faro amars karUeaeay he saNL 7 ther1VWa the nllllaaafre iagletenoaetratdi AZt yen going to JeM Ne sir rut Mr wales aa rred shaYomsldceats1re eye sad smiled jt jjMyke as rick as yea are lis aybe Ill setb ails to affprd the time to look Carla U Nn Caddy per the new oae eff OpIsnitT 11bftaCkeateeoald last Jt w last a greatwhile ra lIW c wkUe aecnrelisg u you are aa eptlsf or s pesaltsatd Lord Ruac storyfasutel ut- a Brea aecewheve JaJruceZ11iia war will lest a eng time JteATaaU tile trst soldier Oar com hae planted rose heekes la froat arc lynch saidbiea the froat In etreva jTonyj Uaheafag phtea i huebehouse Believiac tke man Owned dogsJ aseeesor made a thorough searchAthe property but could not flat When eked where Ute dogs hepar had 1TIM assessor left and Co chaff XIIset been so pleased with tie JIbhe could not keep from tettsg Ht tahotPhUadet o Dogs Bring Load ef FtIIJohn Hondley a farmer awoke In l morning to be advfaed by kit wj e lerie IutnnellherHta ueB IcetWerethe opwfamer tBtahtewa etsergens y Hebcoaatttssaei a large sled hitched nine hoesaes tiIofthoars the dog J1fITeax Msyetch te Kaoxvtte Jbaff 4aI 14 allrtntthet1MMomeatoppcdl last summer eb ZarmsIJ She married Dint going to ke rery hap w JJoj rrI j I HKISH IN THEJVASKU JtTha t Receptacle the Last Restlna Place of Ideas Which Have Failed te Survives Tke wsitebaskflt fa a symbol of ee Mvlcn To it are consigned the faU ares and the hasbeens old love let ers appeals that meet with no re ponce hlngs emptied of their slgnlfi since by flme It fa the grave of iced thoughts What a mass of huj man effort and emotion its contents represent The merest printed clrcu Jot flung there with hardly a glance stands for long hours of eager plan Hiss by somebody and tie skilled labor of aaany heads Moo have striven with the utmost of their ability to win r Interest and have failed The tebasket records their failure Those little InkInscribed bits of paI fttars of friendship fuU of cordiality and harking back to pleasant expert 1011JkecUonhome letters flat once made the heart beet quick At first a joy the kecame an accumulation and are now for7frlaJanuary How utterly flat and stale iti teems The heroes and heroines that talk chatter oil pose thropgh its pages are now forgotten The frnaiyman eulogized in a glowing since fallen Into disfavor The big aJtoedti13yaestaps aucce paired by the drao matte critic has left the boards fo ftJr Ia among these hasbeens are a boat of m hthvbeeI1I inchoat e 4deas jotted down but never cone a a seated letters that were written but er sent plans for lions that were aever built dazzling schemes aban doned out of tear that they were vfa ienary Asplratto groplngs how tHey might hive angedthe worlJ lfr IO nfulFein things escape you long old Jug Cernaut Oie after another they lose ir hold and fall Into Jon And YeN AToGOT IDEA FROM SUBMARIN- lnvanter ef the Microphone Tell tHow He Came tc Think Abut the Scheme In the Popular Science Monthly and World Advance William DubUIer the American electrical engineer who was called to Europe ky onai of the toT rnmenta to dense a system of harbor defense against tactile sulepertmernbra remar e microphone submarine detector Although It to lmpoe lble to see a deeply submerged submarine Mr Du er believed that flare was amethod detecting its exact location in the water In describing his experiments lie submartnepyeforth not be possible to devise some form ittconldhesttdt be of thqf experiments that I conducted for FTMythepropeJIin itselfis j MotorboatJIateamahJpl ven vessels have propellers and al I though their period of vibration is dlf othereng1ne4rlveJ be sought something as distinctire te the call of a robin or the neigbltf of 11Iblechance anIotherj m hum of a submarine Others had aitbepenucperlmeats ray much tooblzh isItch for that as I found by actual tII thatttthe i tcanjt engiaefare cut ort and the manna is tear i kllItorageb j electric motors The soTeWl is tinmls ble Step into any Mtral etalion enaratedwrlight a city sad you trfjl hear the hum Of a submarine TDers ls no dltterenco to the ear To d Tae ar means of letting this sound at great dbtancefl wu the ohJectof Wexpertmenttn ueeteclitJIelft an with its a submarine could M j heard at a distance of fifty DUei j ChYluattotWllllasn M Chase figured amusingly a transeation concernbog hlmaelf and an naartlstio cpngreaaman owns a tatpainting Isnt that graadf the latter narked 1PUlchalefor four kindred dollars and Wllllaza f thousancJdoltarj friend of the pat DW heard this r statement and took It to Chase who milingly explained He oqt red me or 10 day and w toldhlm1Iwith a question I couldnt dodgIt Well Hr Chase how much would likethauthat11QD1l2aftt dollarsy h Hudson Bay Road Bay1aUWX7e Ins Mattitob a to Port Nelson wiUtheen vast area of rich natural nurces Itsb1storYan TheHudson7 de Trenton den of the Manitoba =wProteMorBe nniversity is said to have dlaeov The4JICOTe7 rleditlenHuea has aa tificial left arm He lost his real ezploetbathehis automobile better than half the eople who own cars Ho had to give demonstra lion of this lliefore the aui rittet wa ild grant him a Ufoua fi n t I it itLPatriotic Work UHairtltleh A y Ar man Women That Is o Real 8e ICS to the Fatharlmnd1 iXj A correspondent of tl a in Germany writes of a t inching thing that the lonely women f the nation kaTe donewomen Whotv en SOUl ino husband no brother o l1fU1er In the war who are perhaps too old o otherwisecUveoa started but some women of that sort oade inquiries reprdtnror mother they begged to bo put In communication saTheJ anthatttheseo I thovdidseen1lachsa f to be her especial care The childless mothers sent gifts and sewedand soldiersreturn gelfromf Qnce read 7sane bManyr the package of warm Wing my surprise The mall ar rived I expected nothing but I was packageI f you re calved the only package I ever got ifni Ute toVbudan l hIm whom she had never known He had atronetieworn fatro of her nevelbeenteer mother Youths ompanlon TOOK SPLINTER F QM HEART CKtraordlnav Operation frtat Franc Surgeons Are Repo tisto Have Successfully Carried Out An operation unique in the annals of snrxorj the of a fro meat of hand1 extractt the heart was described t t the Paris m of Jklediclnd by Professor of Bordeaux Tle BeE who wet present at we session w asbewounded at St Hubert in the Ar tonne on October 1 lA splinter onhalf Inch square and locjeclghth inch thick lodged in theert where remained tour and a jflatf months On Beaussenatcl1lefJacques Dulud Neull ijr undertook toofextract It j tho open1ffienltleal w asI every awkward to catch and sUpped from the forceps serfnq times beta h could be extracte tut the heart continued to pest al the time Al trough compUcatJo ere feared everything went well and the ser thgrantrJionth after Membpjifai pf the acaoV tiny wereable to sepftpr themselves that the heart was pjfiv acting nor ueally and that a carb had been as 1Al bod beyond aljil bt OR LEFTHANDgCf PERSO 4I uMichigan Jeweler Has Put Forward Timepiece Thai la a Trt iiumphJ of the rGrIlP Foley a Iqcaf Jeweler made the tabled reap t bey that le summons Backjrird turn backward 0 Time In yoiij flight a Kala xiazoo Mich correspondent Qt the New York Sun writes He ban acs om pUshed this seemingly impossibly thing by the simplej expedient of in Iofthe case ot the ordlnarp tfmepleceI oJMr Poleys watch cicada adsandaround from right to left The watch was made because on Inventors daugh ers complal f that the leftbanded person has euc ttcar rs even hands of the clock weat toward the right nand as i to4HJust to neat the a tuatlon Foley de leftbanto ed lefth nded persons ob serving the ease with which time fai t stns expresdean Interest It JBB been to 1neceury to start a little manufactUr tng company to turd out lett han watches and clocks A letthan ptA thingIt s Teddys qood Shot ooaeveltewho first hunting Instructors ran old Bill Sew piMsl dent the colonel rewarded for years of friendship and tjqyi ce bran office When he was a bra the colonel wentt into camp with Sew alL Deer season came along and they went out to give chl1nCejIj antShoot shouted Be trail arid the fu lure president let s 6 with his rifle The stag ran the way and droPPedi hieshouted Sewall as 1 e ran forward to Investigate How M it happen t Why replied gang Roosevelt drawing himself loudly I aimed lor 1YoulyedonePower of oljtcness Honesty is the est policy said vrecourse fillreptfed Dustin Stax But th hrtibllc doesnt al ways realize It pt people would rather be cheated i little in an fable way than dI business wllh afJ person whose con lance keeps hlmI la a state of irritattoa arIlafondBredof thn small where as a boy SChOOlhOUSOI nickel Ho agrecl to the schoolhouse sieve every morning at least an hour b flare the opening of dl11Forweek He still fe Is that he ea t ttLarge Ritsslsn jheat Harv Russia In 1911 Jarvestcd 9i7 000 bushels a w r l SEAT rHE BILL COLLECTORS OWnjago York physician there was a phys b clan in this city dyad now whole greater tame was as a chemist but lo had a fine medical practice Like reflrto pay bills with the doctor was ex tremely slow pay and collectors had hard times getting to him InrarlAblr when one called the man at the door would ask if ho wished to seethed tor professionally and if the calls he did notrhe was assured the cfoct9r was not in Jtinally one of them went at Iit right and when the men at the doori asked if ho wished to seethe dodo professionally ho said he did and was Qlltely passed into the waiting room A dozen more patients were ahead of him but he was Inside at last and bn his way to the doctor and h waited patiently When he the doctor and said he hod coma with ill there was a great row at once the doctor Indignantly him However being honest enough he paid the bill t The collector didnt care so long tas he got the money and straightway told how he had dono it Then an SUCCe5Itut1Igot in with a bill for about t ho didnt got out with that doctor charged him 10 for professional call and handed him over Ithe balance One or two others were treated the samo way on their proles atonali visits and the word soon round among the collectors with result that the professional cane were abandoned After which collections Wore made any way they could bo made except that way flabyha politicians and gen scale have to decide almost every di whether to purchase a trench or a at the east of so many human lives Isgto be a nation which cannot blblelprevontatble causes They of tenem n whlck could be ventilated of milk that con kept clean of neglect that could be remedied They die because their fathers are underpaid because their mothers are overworked they are run ttover on city streets because there are insufficient playgrounds they are theyostarved divan a chance in life me them would becpxaa happy and useful They aro refused that chance be cause public opinion is too indolent because many landlords and bttetn poUIpoll ticians are cowardly and ignorant Every year hordes of lIne human beI ngs are condemned to deathbecauae11 e costa too much to refusal to keep alive a deformed idiot has become a moral it throughout the nation From the New R epublictrJAPANESE AN ABLE ORATOR Young Student Has Carried Off Jwe RSPrizes Within a Remarkably Short Time aone of the most interesting fea loran of the international students held at San Francisco CaL last August was the oratorical contest hatoPanAmp0Scan union for the best oration on the subject of PanAmerican relations Rej0 partmcnt of Stanford university He was born in Hlogo prefecture Japan February 3 1891 After finish JapanIl entered the San Jose High school at San Jose Cal Collegeaed of yhear universitytfirst prizo at 50 in an oratorical con tost on JapaneseAmerican relate held under the auspices of the ancso Association of American Coll Graduates The winning of two pr within a period of three months stamps the brilliant young Japan see as an orator and thinker of marl abuityS andaDignitydaduptil daa craze swept over tho country and togennrians began to boo about ballroom floors that rheumatism gout are blessings in disguise IU1eWhat do you mean t andI Those two complaints have a great many old ladles ana gentlemen from making ridiculous by trying to dance the and the latest trots Disgraced I iavent seen Hammandhaw for a week j No he hasnt been outof the koute since hid accident J JJ Was he seriously injured 1t No but he feels the disgrace de IDIsaracet r1ther1 I country one day last week anj WU = 701i a mill wagon ftubmarlnea are not afraid to attack a hostile warship from a totorto able position but owing to their v cry small power of resistance to gun Steof and that their only offensive weapon against warships is the torpedo the guns they carry being of such small caliber an to be of no avail against a essel protected In any way they cannot attqck them Boldly on the surface of the water Hence thqy are obliged posl1JtlmIare necessarily submerged The periscope Is one thing that in dlcates the position of a submarinq er when completely eubmarfecantfs the line she makes rich is visible on the surface ot the water CItyI of AuBtroGennari forces may ea something of tvo fafr which came ia p1rneda r old cityits cartedr dates from the thirteenth centt rpand at one center98ti Theessence Roland was signs titer tn 1568 t SELDOM IS TRUE REFLECTION Persen We a Mirror We All Are ComplimentaryI Here said something that I have always sail myself and now It iis in tke newspa pert One seldom seas one true ection in a mlrrgyiYNow there fa a real optlmistr ob served Swastick I have always want edto think that Every time I bays looked at myself In a mirror daring partlaghats and salts I have tad a sad rich foji feeling on beholding my Image I never knew what slghed foci All this mI tarp been worrying about the forbidding scowl that haunts ny features through no ooaaivaaee air my part out tile scared look ef mj ears and the TJlsterlsk dispoeitlov oi my topknot laitydforting knowledge that I didat really glMeTIthoughttmake a person look beautiful would like to think that they are somewhere near right anyway Weu said Swat Ck 1 beret saw nisei6a airtahie01 9tellJ tmpOoImoaner me tad bar leique ma Itheladies dressing for a ball would all want to go over to the ballroom to dress by the ballroom mirrors so they could mow exactly how they were going to look at the balloIt seems a shame for a woman to toyballroomUdlferenthBwastick li nt low the will look to herself la herboastreel ef the people at the ball But if a woman cant tel how the looks te faIftoldtorIke ea actly how rte looks 1 suppose it would ke Better M kaew the worst marmared waetfoh srlvatarWrenat a- lesa applied at the Melbourne Ater troll tawny tall a few days ago for enlistment Hesaid kin business AeodatedePrill- j correspondent Are you the owns of the netj couraeat asked the surprised re- crultiag offlcer lYe he replied He ftperhaps the meet widely known of Avstraliai mll cuelie owns several race courses a newspaper or two tad fa laterested in a peat variety of ladue ial eaterprises He gave 2600 u a prize to the fret Australian to win tke Victoria crow Wren tas ed all the tests and was promptly ticketed as a private ia a taewly formed regimeat He FYI tie rssia fertr4krae Life Struejle ef the Treoe Aa 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