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danigntd like the grotty at Lourdes Francefu In aiuwer to inch Inquiries mde by Mirny WQO witnessed and ap jprecinted tha bouty of the Ddiction ServIce tie folio 1nr exp anatijn of tin worldre award Grotto of Lourdes is given to our readers Ed Lourdes is pictareeqne town in the Pprennes Mis in the dlo ewe off TtrbM France Borne ilWance tt ofIhe town there iW perpendicular win of rock hiiiit fltnMrijcanect irrhe Rocky of WasWbteile11 at the fOOt ofwhich a stream Of water now flows famishing power for aeewmill Mrs Sadliers de scription says In a wall of grejritonee oatare has hollowed a grott tibut twelve feet In height and Of equal depth TheI roQf smooth and eten carve and at the end on the left side it meets the ground at ashrp ughl The right side Iis nearly perpendicular Inside on the right facing the specU tor sod about six or seven feet from the ground may be re Harked a hollow in the form of aI niche abut six fret high and very much like an elongated 110 This excavation is natural like the grotto itself The niche is not deep and by iU very con lormadon the grotto is neither dark nor damp Wild shrubs gracefully frame the grotto in an arch of foliage the earth becom ing deepens one goes up This rocky wall was the place deigned by Providence for the teanifeaiation of tbl8 glory and goodnees of the Blessed Virgin The person so privileged as to BeewUh her own eyes the Im mtcufate Mother of God was not JIa lady of noble bi th ner even poeseeied of superior intel iIectual gifts bgta poor simple little peasant MarieBernade tiaubrto as around Lourdes familiarlr known as Bei Knarclette It This Child of robust 6ountryfolk was so delicate that isb had never joined the other children in going to school world pay batruulil she was nearlv fourteen hid r znsicied quietly a home perhaps a lIt l84id be cause she was not able to com pete with her little neighbors There was nothing out of the ordinary noticable in Bernardette thuugh ahe was extremely quiet and pIousa fact that was true of moat of the other peasants of France at that time She knew only one form ot prayer The I Rosary and many times during the diy she repeated its beautiful petitions to the Blessed Virgin Mary ChriRs own Mother add Queettof the Holv Rosary On Thursday February ifi 1858 Bernardetta tired of her seemingly useless existence pleaded with her mother to be allowed to accompany the other peasantchildren to the banks of the Gave not far from the Rocks of Massabielle to gather f gota and much to her surprise the permission was granted The other children took off their sabots to cross the little stream bu Bernardette fearing that Wading in the cold water would I bring ozian attack of her old enemy asthma remainedon the opposite bank to aw it their re tutu It happened that she was directly in front of the grotto when she heard a noise as of rustling loaves she looked up aud In the niche opposite stopd tne most beautiful Lady uhe had ever seen The Lady id the Vision was did in purest white with a long veil covering her head and a girdle of blue around her waist in her hand she held longl white rosarybeads strung on a golden chain Poor little Bern rdatta In ecstasy gazed at the holy countenance of the beautiful Apparition and uncon sciously began to say the Rosar although she WAS not then awar that uhe was in the presence of the very Patroness of tbat holy de70tion so dear to every Oeth nile heart since the days of St Dominic who first taught MarysCbaple Whoa her companions returned they wondered greatly at the beauty of the little peaaanis face She was naturally not a handaomd child as well a at her rapt devotion for they could not see the Visiqn In the Rooks beyond At the disappearance of the Apparition Baroardetta told her companions she had Seen a most beautiful Lady but did not know herr name Next dny and the following day the child returned to the Grotto On thy the third day the Blessed Lady spoke to Hernardette asking her to return to the Grottofor fifteen days and sayiug sweetly jromtse to make you nappy not in tills world Cut in the next The Lady also requested that ihe bring others with her Af tdr that every time Bornatdette went to the Qrutto to prv a thousand of ppui people folio v 9i her coundent that a mlrac e ws taking place before tucir very eyes though they them selves could not enjoy the Vision of the Blessed Virgin On one occasion tho Blessed Virgin in Mice Toa The Public THE FAMOUS Overland CarsFer uJat ike SPRINGFIELD GARARGE 11Are 1 Model 75Tourinf car 615 0 Roadster75 595 Model 83B Touring car 695 Roadster 675 Overland Six model 86 Five WfflysKiigt passenger model 84 B 11Tourin car 1145II equipped with electric start i These prices are FOBOfci Come and we the 1111TeIHeI 695 OVERLAND 1 e ilifplay at the Springfield Garage oppo +UfBce Do all kinds of Auto Repairing aiKhcarry a full line of accessories oils gasoline tmAIl YULCAN2NG AUTOS FOR HIRE t FMM 131 or 12SR for Trouble Car 1 GARAGELi pr T i Rtructed tlie little girl to tell tho p iriahpriest toj build a church there to honor God and to have the people march in procession to the place to pray for the con versation of Frante Fearing it inigut bo the work of the devil to deceive the pious cnid the prudent pastor hesi tated before complying with the BiBssed Virgins expressed wish for the shrine and told Ber nardette if the Lady came again asK her lo give a iign that she was from Heaven The child obeyed and proof res given at the Lany s bidding puny spring of dear fresh ater gushed from the dry earth high up on the gde of the rocl wall at her feet IiTha miraculous Hiring so con vinced the priest hat lie imincd ringIi icent church now w srld renown eil that can be sec n at Lourdes Though she han seen the Vis ion every daydj ijiagi half an hour more or lesp Bernardette did not ask thenamo of the beautiful Lady ui the end of the fortnight M rfclh 25 1850 On that day the Answer given by the wondro a Ladv was simplY this Ia i the Immac ulate Conception IGreat awe and love filled tli little girls heart Long after t se eighteen eventful days lu passed the favorite child of4ry went to the Grotto to say rjer Rosary and to weep beoausiilher heaven ly visitor did notrekhrnto speak to her as formerlyL IHer short but holy life vas lspent doing penance for theUiuso her country men and I nlIprHymg for iicr native lland She dieu in a French conv nt iin 1874 the time of jiljp AppnritioiAt of the Blessed Virpii at Lourdes France Wig beginning to unhold the apostasy and consequent immorality that hjiVe since been to that nation a coil ise so when theFrench iGovepment officials learned that such rldrgo crowus daily flunked to tliel Grotto of Lourdes they sent soldiers to bring Bernardetta before tho police to force her to say that her story was raJsefnd that she had wilfully misled the people to believe in the Apparitions But the little peDant kneV not how to lie Under arjst and forbidden to go to the Grotto her thin deolaratipn ot the truth xvas the same and she 6puvlnced the police und soldiers that many were finally converttd to believe in the miracle J The magistrates df the town ordered guards of sonlters to keep the pilgrims away while they had the Grottff board ad up but the miraculou water con Untied t trickle dojvn tnerdulcs pilgrims went to pray there as before Daily new iniraolos were put on record and l length to the joy of tho pious jrooplB pop ular sentiment p eyabed aud the Grotto was ubcovaijtfd Pilgrims from alf of 4l e world bathe in tli tarts water and ltUmber e Lourdes entirely uredli of the many great J11raclesrhe walls ot the Grot with crutches and tl jike votive offerings lef there thoSE who need tbem no iroruj The faith of the pilgrims is g t tit BLd their love and trust inI tljo Blessed Mothers power Pli absorbing that she has grat i Li their re wondOIrullCl1bCt pilgimige ycirlyudM its way to Loufdes from tlie different countries of Euroinj on The Great White Train and authenj tic records of luoai of the incur aylu cases are Icpt lbs the pIly1 jciaiis and others wjo constitute the bureau of Clarification now presidedi over diau English specialist Dr George Cox K S iBroulariuscieniistj Chemists after examining the miraculous waler tof i Lourcfus have said hat it cpud not likve had its origin inanydther stream of Luat vicinity as it has not 4ho iniuera properties of the nearby stream JlheRecovery of perfect health and yigor obtain ed by ao many incurables even the blind is incontestable proof that the apn ug ai Lourdes was and is miracul ua and even the prejudiced as well as those who first opposed the acknowletlgaof the miracle the sudden ap poarance of the spring have tbeseImanifestations of the power of tho intercession of Christs BlossetL Mother Mary Iminaca Jatu Our tainted Natures solitary boast 0 of M Pig Tales Jasper was recently talking to E S Mayes the man who put Springfield Kv on the Duroc map Mr Mayes is busy preparing for the coding shows and he stated that be was stmously contemplating going to Atlanta and trying tne boys at the big show His entire show string is sir d by Cardinal and will include a junior yearling herd an under year herd and several under six months herds He stated thrt he hail a junior yearlifg boar weighing over six hundred atthe present time and that he was not fat but only in growth condition Mr Mayes has been making so many private sales that he find twit be will be unable to hold u summer sale but be is ex pecting to hold two big ones ihi Decemder and February He stated to the writer tbat he- Ldb sold forty head during April apd May Twentyeihht head vent 10 Josph DiawiJdie Uaneyvillq Ky one t boar and thrfe sows to Dan Morris Dover Ky one sow tto 0 M Button Miiiden IIa 011C boar U J AI buck Thomaston Ala one boar to Keene ifccJori Qolurabin NalleYjSprlngthtl j M LtilcUfifld Kyt oe boar to G W Martin Hick iiinT nnuand ore sow to J W Kussai Fjshervilie Ky la speaking of tho uoming rthoweuason Mr Mayes seemed forthlHumetion with tile candidates fb tho aged hoar classes he spoke ot a buar which JollriSwoone got from John Williams that Mr Maycslsaidthat he will have Cardinal out again If this should be true it would cause quite a disturb ancce In the Duixx ranks Jas per and Farmers Home Journal In Trouble Again Will Le iohmau a former Washington county negro who recently servd a sentence on tho rock pile fur mistreating his wire iis in troube again Thi timeherhas a charge of hou e b eakiw registered against tUrn Leachnian Is accused of stealing brass couplings and nozzles from the fire hoseat the station hoiise u few dayls Station House Keeper Pblie Hughes discovered him as he w is in the act of baying Ute building with tlie loot iu a sack and forcee him to give it up He was arrested shortly luf terwards by Officers Tnompson und Fishburh and locked up At his examining trial Tuesday in the County Court he vas held to wait The action of the grand jury Being unable to give bond was returned to jail Lob anon Enterprise Trade At Home Why not be consistent This paper preaches and practices trade at home There are mer chants and business men who do not IhisTo advocate the ideal of trading at home is pleading tn a number of our people as1 long as it means buy horn them but frequently when they nolwhat may be bought herr they go elsewhere or send orders to mail order houses This is not fair and is inconsistent The grocer who buys his clothing dry goods or shues frcm hotxe has no right to be offeuded if the local qry ioud clothing or shoe dealers go elsewhere to bu y their groceries and the merchant who sells clothing dry goods or shoes owes the same duty to the local grocer that the grocer does to them THen why not trade at home- Cooperation is necessary ifr our town and county are to be prosperous The farm who no use for the town except as a place tto sell bifr produce des injustice to his own inter acts as well as to those who live in tho town And the merchant who has no use for the farmer except as a customer to whou be soils his goods acts as badly as does the farmer who goes away Then why not trade at home t A county Is prosperous In prb portion to the prosperity enjoyed by its county seat and no tovvi or city can be pfospsrous with out the cooperation ofthepeoj dtIpoudent one upon r that which is for the betterment t of both Then why nOL trade a home Thefarmer who says that he has no interest in the welfare I fI the town and the town man who says ho has no interest in the prosperity ottbe county are bulb wrnnpi their interests are mutual Just at an illustration JIf a destructive tire consumed 1eiery i building in the count setttand the ord went put thai the town would not be rebuilt would any abre of land in the county then be worth half of what It is now And in there shpuld be tt terrific drouth or some other calamity come upon the farmers would not the resident of the town be sornly affected many of them ruined Are we not bo we residents of tha county or city dependent up on each other for success Think of this and trade at hOfne1 Shelby ville ReOrd f i l For Salel i desire to sell privately uiy farm of 71 acr s located 5 miles from Springfield adjoinio farms of Mike Mackin and Mora jji place Farm w gobd strong land and naa on it a good live room dwelling good stock barn well watered both with wells and Springs For further information call on SAM SMITH R R 2 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Unwind You Have Always Bought Bars to Signature of iLJ 1 NEW AUTOMOBILE LINE III 1 i I As we have the contract for carrying the mail youI I can depend on us going Rain or shine We are equip 1 ped with new Maxwell and Ford cars and will endeavor to give our patrons the best service possiblel We also have Cars to Hire and parties desiring to take a trip and want a nice car f Gopd LiVery in Connection I 1Leave Springfield Leave Lcbanon 8 a m and 2 pm IO3O am and 3 45 pm I 830IietorII Thos Shader Manager II lII i- J j k- AJ14IiNG 1L rfrV Ut1neslighti1 estbest flavored biscuit hot breads cake and pastry Renders the food more digestible I and wholesomer ABSOLUTELY PURL i POWDU Nelson County Solon Originated State Slogan The oricin of tire phrase pretty wuinen last horses ano imd whiskey used tj dascrib Kentucky sfampus products i Skid to belongto Yielding tHe- riLeldl Representative in luu Legisaturu from Nelson count wno served during tHe tourtjeLs It was ealyiu the session und MerriBo dhad ordered bis fits bill and taken his seat when t i prominent Whig leader from ibt uountajns iquired who tilt tfcuilerdan vas who had offeree1 toe bill arid whefa be bane from Quirk as a flash the Nell son county solon was on his tee and lookingioxardliis colleagt tie said Air Speaker it Is witfrplfaa ure that 1 arUe td enlighten the gentiejnan from the mountain lops where the invigofating at modptiere lends strength to all so uuforlunate as to hail from that section of our Commonwealth where the thrushes the low Qutus can bb heard from sun ran to auuset where the buckle oerry and wild grape vines areaS- dtinct part of natures produc oIoyhUf where delightlul bruizes fan he brow of tho weary traveci out Mr Spenker luVtfin affliction of dear old Kentucky where we luve an atjuudauce of prutty wuiueu fast horses and good whiskey where on every uido can be observed waviug bluegrass ojid growing crops uud there are no weeds tr briars to contend with and Air Speaker for tho enlightment of tliugctilleman from the hill tops- I su + e myself as his truly Fin Injj Ierthe1dEsquirel Ai mfidldl6 tribute to his county mate him famous and the pnrase he coined oa that occasion win live long after heiis forgot ten Will S Kaltenbacher in the BunduyrCourier Journal iThings fco Kentucky t Kentucky has the largest Oflthel Ofl lt9Jpupulltion Ilhere aje mqrn people in Ken lucky wortu 5000 and over and more with incomes of 2500 per year and over than in auyState iu tho South tyjntuciry leads all States inI the Union in thorobred burs in tobacco hemp and sorghum cane Oar tobacco crop in 1015 was STOob OOO pounds mQre than two thirds of the total crop of America Kentucky is the tenth State in the production of corn showing last year ayieild of over 115000 000 bubheJs ii Thertf Wr more regiatbred Jer ey catlfi in Shelby conaiy Kr than in any county I11417 State of Amptica Among the States south of the Oho River Kentucky leads in lie production of 4aky ami In t cattle horses pi llryr hes ind wool i leads 1M Ila heat and tobacco sad seims ecnd tn buy lad potatoes There are more 1108 te Stoii tacky thaUip all ihe other tee of the Geutral South pet tefettMr In ISlstrthepe were ren erg4 in KentuckywOnly 8750 amteic biles Today Diatraticm Ila over 24000 There wore twentytw ftttateji in the Union las year that JM dhced farm prods s valfte Vt over 100000000 Keiscky was one of these- Kentucky leads sUISsouth of the Ohio Kivcr Iia its total poultry orodactl thatia eggs and fowls Kentucky also leads the Soutii in the purchase and ass if tara iwpememSkndmOM5f7I What iis NcodW e Tite FarM AhousewhTis squa4e1e the needs of ibfaUl a4 equal to any jiouse im the com munity as homeif sOt a ligeee A barn that Ioe4cs pretty ffoe4 to the neighbors who p ee fcf aud feels pretty gcoi to Ute itock that pM into it Afewdhde trea1tbt Jaw Home of the hot sun aM bard winds but none of the beauty el tie place A Cuw that iis worth her Wttrfut in butter and te mot for sale A bunch of beos wMick 4a f lut of cackli0K aad layift ui the rest of the time are ICra ee lug for theaiselvee aai Uwlr owner A dog thatkWill bark stMisage ers and Ioetiaes at IM IMOII Rn1i will wag Ida tail wItH MM neighbor topthe walk A well that never HIM e ry a family boris that naver miM suyauda bill at the IrelfaIwhich U never allowed kre h of19bA garden whicb hMsotstUhtec growing in it all bs it4T around besides weeds A mall boa tkt M MIempty when tha carrier ssu around and irftever 99 woIhe leaves An orchariihat will bear at kluds of frailja cray kM fC inspection A daughttir wheee eieftec ISIS ljerIuthekII AusrI the parlwr P i AgroWI Mle wbs OIay1M w J tIle araisfr1tScMMr fWlt 6wIth to go b1 feSo e cate a Ml vety So toi M- tha1 C f i s 2 I Ztrew it t f If n PPJI GFt c rK yIa t f 4 UBLnBJDYVEIIYTaWIdDAY liMES R KOE JOSEPH POLIN e dir ditOiaanci PubJisheri Ttered att the Springfield KyOllt s eflee aaseeandclrsi mail matter Mexican Situation Early resuraptjon of friendly diplomatic conversations with t witb the de facto Government of thatMexico peace and order my be restored in Northern Mexico and along th- edtobethejforder issexPsett tbe United Statesf nnswith its Jextstepof bbor The crisis kiss by Villas raid on fly lColnmbnaIN M and culminat inK in the figbt at Carrizal MeX Ico between Amtrican and Mex d can tro ps appeared last night 1t tohate been dissipated by ad 4enote from Gn Car J ranza presented br his Ambas i sador designate Elisto Arredon do The tote props bat the differences between the Govern ments be settled by meditation eor by direct negutiatiuus tis remarkable for its brevity and its restrained and friendly tone The European War j eTheentira second position of the Genrrnssouhof tbeSunime over approximately six miles bus fallen into tbe bands of the k French Who have also captured K j the village of Hm near the northern extremity of their line consI4neatTbe British line has apparent r ly failed lo advance except e slightly in certain sectors UB 1lbeoners reported by tbe British and French has reached about 36000 waile the German casjal ties have been utiufflcially ehLi mated at 60000 A success of tbe first impor tance is reported by the Russ ians who claim to have cut the railroad running from Lpmberg the capital of Galfriu to Dela ton This is the mtiu line off communication for the E Germans defending AUJtrol Let no man criticise what President Wilson has done who la afraid to say that he would have done under like circum- stancesV i What would YOU have done Mr Hughe tr r No seeker of special privilpge desirr s be reelection of Wood row Wil on Fair View I Miss Mary Kathrine Hum phrey of MltZlou was Thirsdav iafternoon guest of Mr Pr sow Moore and her visitor Miss Cole man of 0anviie I Mr and Mrs James Grigsdy a d children attended phildrens exercise ai Nrw Hope Sunday II Retiretv1lqBuy Flak hl tiiuttt t ld i v ft ui j u It II iB jtline of lit IMJII vild M r an d Mrs R cbafd Sodiijl Smula Mr Prrstoni MfOr has bei on the sjok hat but Jre glad rupuri duaS better A nu in bar of piwfple from Jir uttrnded1 iLe exeipses Hl fei Hops Sunday HWl iJhald4t e given by K i GftM the eve nine Mines Pearl land Ru Ith 40In man rt tjrlodZji VVeekoy Mwers 3itnI Cheser Jtff Plies Arxitw ekloy an Will Morin were igm twn call- erS of Xflcfk JIffeVi Xfna an d Myrtle Oarney Mr Gilbert Hartao1 wif of Ira field visit 4I SPr and Mrs Fred Chaaihaui Sujttlny Mr Clanuic njtlyk wif and baby auan led jfilte exercise ai New PO un19 mid dial with Mrs Buuna1ffHccy Mr rat Mrs Tfoliws Virajn passed thru uerfNondvOi their way 10 Mr llffMS Go dle Mr JKrGo itfavtf Valley llil was n our midst jf1imdYf Mrs tiiwardL Is iArisitia her sister Mrs Gifipge Gi igab tins week Messrs JanieJ and tie Vn Grijsby were fit Springk Monday ij Little Miss B bjay K eiin of near FoirBtd fe visiting Si anna Chuathtt 01 at this w ruin M r and Mrst Psl6ii V o gave a watt p tVtv 1ui b eveping i hdCJdurlfthlrriMis COL a RIGHTS TO BE DETERMINES I Eligibility of Porto Rlaan u Amer Army Officer Is Being Questioned by Authorities The question as If whether 1tI Raoul Est es the Veto Rican uate in this years jiaaa from W Point is eligible fort a conmrissloft the army has been ralaed tn ler I Ricanst a ri not cltlzois of the tAafted Statea jfor that reason it WM suggested lIIast Cadet Eaterea might mt Qualify aa M omcor of the army Vbilo the queMlan pas not passed ujjon by the legal aufioritio the opinion of those who Tm vo been titlthe United Stats wW not thsquaittl him from holdiaKajaMiniiacfoa Beginning with Uie RwwVuttone war down through tto Ciyll war tbf elgnora have held cewnlaions Inlbl United States araay Without egor tb bU cjtfaenahly Uwerit Ricans pevr the legal status Wa codex Jfiaf on a different nUUM from tbe Ftl plnos who under a ipertal art of seq press are panaitteJ Uf take tha coq r3 at too military aradifiy Eptevee M terod the academy ind was pilufmU under the same provtaJbH o law en aJ otbsr cadets aad It te thought t mt t ylll be held that Ue M eligible for eommlaeion In thettrm7WarbingttiB- tatr Floating Baio for Submarine The South American country mt Bra til may soon payeeS an Innpvattom la ubmarlni warfare in the fort 9t floating aubnvirlne bass capable t taking taro of six avbmertlbteii ef th 100 ton type It will be pro 1d 4 wIt1 tho necessary auxiliary equijJgefo charging tho accumulators and air rt enrolrB of the undorwater intl Ilbo floating tutee or tefdfrwml 226 reeL long 51 feet beam aad irt have a draft of 13 feet Sixtysix h U dred horse power will be developud two sixcylinder DIsMl en iaes of H two oycln aingleacUiig typo An Italian company at Sltsta j building thecaft fw early delivery I BratlL if itr Mt ta3ten over by fb- MtrfIIttalltt9 L es t u n a jjIcho- iijitnt of Villisuw hnme yiars airo a humorous story r weJu Lthe rUUhl1 of the newspapers about a young turfyoho at a gather ing of the Seus ami a lighters of the Aaierlctui Revolution held her head exceedingly high exYiaining her kMitM demeanor on the around UMtt she was decoudedtruup a bona Ida private so Jier 4he only private she waa oupvinced in the Revolutionary hall The rullowinc incident would aeeteto intiiUate that the Mexicans wkn are lighting today are lmoai aa I4well oOk rod M the patriot army et- thet young ladya li oly fancy An Americas uoman now te In dr the atates write that soldedoa ot the VUliata following one day MIlt to bos remote mofuaia earap tbay I were very decent fellows tmade vo threats tlUltn the abeenee of hr0t lau baad It seemedi only wine to She s them ikknty of food and drink teoia yield crarcXully to the Peqneajt ofo vi of the number wfto said be was tfca Ciptam for the loan e a blanket a Jpreity strife apt cop j warrior tell r ted that he too could use a blanket I to advantage in his campaigning adds lag that he too was captain When a Utird made tho aamcr ust also an- n unctnK his rank at that ot cajtUUn their buttes paused in hqr distriU- oh of Llaukcta Tell me site linquired politely la 1this ejitire dwtacbnj nt coupoaod of f Captain i Ob no senora replied the see tapWattips isXaputinSegundd ind r tII 1f caattain Terct ru those4edk tii i tho two remaiuiae are the fislrate Bul1 rs And at tlllli the admiring senoras d trolling to Ir own actwnt at sees gsvc a hlauket tIrl aoh of toe two hllh priviuf in the rear rank f moved by sympathy with tbtm for aXr tuis den ittos xl liihtiy accdndly mid thirds and situ by dIrat1oa ef l em aq ug aisch rare birds1 t a tuaprcllum VVHtiE rJIA PUREST SLAV t1jU facial Habitation Je the Moat ftaakvaid Region ht the Empire ef the Czar A ikBtih of white Hiffsia the lint part of tld Ruesfaii lnil to reei tLe fjftww of the invaderI ia given In a atenvnt fflued bytlie Vatioaal Go htc aoricty White Hlssla eoniprhws fnurRna can jgpf frtmutita tl1iIkl Smrff nRk areaItfoRhilrtf mad Itnl It ia said that the maine hi1rlved frogi the predoniV nant color 6f the iwnsint dr a This It division of Russia is tyinid d by tthe Pripet river basin on theouth and by t the puna or southern Drina on tile north Itsnpporttf a pityplatlbB of i boat auron sail onehalf nItIun10 thirdof wartk tla ihite RuMlaa apd the rest IJthttarrfan Jewish and Pnl 7 ah liar Uiry lIa tobe font 4 the pinwat Sar t v Bnint cnftlrVialtd i This rpRixi hlrthr ewarnpain4f martin BhJififunt a ort Is Is r one of the r un nra backwardl re l tmte FurtIfan 1aa1 Fnnsue init I info hiatnrR ran for i due i rP oipeUM- I by Llthiuit who tu fur jiv soy I before rnVritfr j f j J nir trttiPi The fpM rv tlituMy pi4 btrk- ento LiMTiiP teta Pnsvri ad wad vJ IPNI111 bV Orraffltu I its o predairt and religlnfia p4ftrut n 01 WIlfjIIIlf ftOo lbites bT anil tl rnaands praasiits Jod Into ffrsslawhfioI thI I who rr mnlntd idrlu for Rs as coming t Tbs butlGof io rurA not an i neTfd bvrliA fir iitRit 6iaB IoIftilhe t ttidpf thfflbtfluh cfnftiry SJ arva- tloBj bas swept thi lupdsrafa and- again with as terrll1n eTrria ea thugs ilI rl by lBtI4 in Iha trip nf faoOtie c1be Whwnho If not otfo t atnrdy a build M th GtttquldL nbr0 rorifly aethl lHtlo ftimsiuiL iIffffe la ls nzrrwBilvt f tn NA north era nVljtUlrT and mnrn hfaryihanhlsr southern Diiiriil ir jhtt indl ees- are t llkht and hi tare Is tr rlnjr drawn The fIint cufar 10 dhint htLIwemrniiTn all aTtorfal ormsioaa 4t tprotldly in aw Jr rii Jtjy M in app afilter Itla via s nra email Iso Utd andlarily grfr Ilfi horofS are Brin fHf for fximIi Bce I Mtt c fnc juhu VinVg are itatdCMt least iNtvtti r fish c f hit empre j j 2 i i r FCoIeThe3e Iof Fisk Gy Non Slida iah the plain 1i uVJ styles of several oilier ataridard makis 3 x 30 1040 4x35 31UO 3 31tf 4x33 2200 5x37 3730 Then you will bfgiri to under ttiuid why Fiskusers consider I J r i ii Amm l Loln The Best Tire Buy on the Market THIS year Fisk Tires areniakinasreater mileage rKoirds ever before Fisk Stories af more than t125 DiiQXt Fisk Branches dealerancf tjre user alike areassured of the promptest attention and droce The Frisk Brandt organization is foe most complete and widespread in the i whole country V Halgan Bros Agents Fiifi Branches in More Than 1 25 Cures i 1 ti r l uT N t r J Wifes Soyqitudo for His Health and Her Own Was Very Touch Ing fndeed Yea j 1WGr1 dlsUagtttahed phralel w 0 calto upon her some time leg the p ttedl aiiabaads office aI tapurht Ought to be Pe q ly trouble darting sale thoI td hit fend Is tills that if you saonld w tit mo to go with you tshoiiAl u to to Ievo say business just at the pe led when urn most needed to wake tar proofs large enough for me to m itttaln you in the proud llOi1o lion to vblch y uttawe beta aoeoB toured On th other hand should rentals oeclnd tfe first of tbe month will come w bout your betas here acid the thou tAt otK all the bills for thlai i you have ordered butflip- gottinU mention without your moral sQlJJ1IraUr dtoconcerttmc And Isuppoea hold the wife ef the pelt sf buabaBd you hare not Dlfldert that if I snoiilif to aleno there W Id be no one absolutely tie one to j about my baggage arrange about t sleeping oAMpartmenta and hotel p and protect me item be ing tIntvtp ed 7by total Btrahg r nbnitld jtit nit after oar bring married Rjkihet t ears you ought to Tfel prat tar goy ont rayjwantlng you to go anvwa ld you would If you had a spark iuman feeling in you The ion the petted husband Ins tenrfev the toHrtat agent lea saw ttu htf t representatives made at range is to stavo elf liii creditors afad ctn r up his business for six w nks At P i Poach UM wife of the pet ted bun nd remarked to a friend Y a brought ntjr petted husbnpd slang file Poor lIMA abaolntely seed a A f11 ot eseteLite Hi Unstable Moon The selebratad observatory at Qpeeni h the piaaa yfrem which we roekon 3 ongttude was founded kt Charlekil ly itTt anlv for the put untie 04 nveattgM4i the raoveraenti ldibel soil In tie taktfreata f navlga thin Jltb vckfK tkejlntenrethirtV and w ttf Ceaulalea Mtronomers jjaW worked At the K blem the moon ha Dot Ji become aptlroly ainonaMI to htfJtinarlieeMttct The astronomer rejj si Of Gloat Britain in bls fe port if is work it Grilwhhdorth tbn jrear rail attention to the in oaafl devltljll between the ral cr laid posfktaef Ute tarqn In the aky ski lta real position aa shown bj the ii onwfcb abeerTattunr The de vtatiotr gas latefjr been growing la a perfoanamr Ibo error last year waj s then twelv tltoes M large As t w twefcty iars ago and the av iannmU fejrrraae during tbv two ekdea has ainoiintrd to halt a IAf ah lit ktgif ude The rear non MtroMenert have failed l bltNMdagrttl from calc ulaiwHt hd dvnmaBfe 4 laws of frarlto Won la possible bbe 4xl tpnce of soon aftrartNie tows tbat they have not yet f i OTered nKfconrh the result may be atfeiBfei by the true hape of tii earth wife call avatf soon rate teraUoiUimy Youths Cbeipea dos i Iu HAfllVTO GfUlTROL NERVES t 1yent j I Wei fa ten 4jrjmclia i Cow quite need to ih wac game aav n dcarribed aa WiUng jumpiliK sort of at lIkt 11 needle called Stew JMrk re lea at n t of mina pot e itbaL b1ftmean r nor even im Luis Je rat bare expert tpIIle t e H Eibn various na As Mies i4It hr isi ap IJtn btft laid yet iu btKiy Using so tetwula ffttlR It WM iz thitsi lisi lay CIte awprtnirat uaraKe- ands oursa be madi good All the can brra was a amrhund shack te his airal o1JCU1ld m m targl had fcvflonro that auork Ills eonl weIt nj and t hit ithyM raJ iItb h tuiVPIWiuue HI anliuil sati afald no shame to It o l Lrte pr rtt 7 I1Ouhl Ste Jfit eyNvaabouil t ij the buttW rtd why nojl lr freak It hat bid mot nnett or nom like foolbBei The eouysge It itI gtagab 481JJ fbe ffaRlThn subiianeat rniirare teiHbe rwjjl a the mfcnlnaf aortwh n onVs ph al1fIII IIat Its lpwat b Anl fl jrowlrr Is Jut that y r mag- a ally iii M la ihly displayed all aloi ii the ball lf where mash 0rl J f gating to Ihie at night All col are plat to be afraid tail tb pt used to Wrfar This ba4 brjf teas of away famous sew mai nra AngMtiSiV who mn fame at Afi Turenaa MapoffOQl Net A mi rd Is he slaxlnrml the braveafof the Pave Waft rests be never was air Draaoatafalra talM light rP ty but lie fan away from hit tifi enppnieitt aa did also doarftj 9e entitle Aawrtean tChases Valuator W mans M tiara gyred mwualafiy In tf transartlHi oancnrnlng hlnsalf and uoMrttati aoncrmwman who a bad pit Uttk tOoJobatj t A mrant tercalQ too Oat it WIglatitMMdot JLH A jfrlelid ot the painter heard this statment and Unit It to Chase who smlUngly e pJalno- dIe cornarad me one day and want ed ife to fix a value On it but told him couldnt doit lie then came at me with a qnesUon I Uldutdodgo wall Mr CbaB9 how much would you cliarga to paint a picture like 1ht1 tssurod hJo mOlt earnestly rt hat I wouldnt palnC baajlke It for lox th enddol ira I s satisfied With Ills aooIHere te a sandwich for ycu Cut dont You reel kimated at living off the hospitality of others Snm times mum fPfll Id rather h tian irrt me living by going to afternoon teas bl- w we 7w J i Ir JtfI a Q I gPl jr P 1 jIUtffmit IW hvHIVHNAW III i18 I- jj m I UIf A tOoM s LJI i L IIo 0 Ir B ttft 1 IIs i i Too bad tooyet what can1 you do when at r dgarefte is built to give only part of itst taste But puff Favorite just once The difference is plain as daylightit gives you ALL the deli ecotemildness and delightful aroma and body I I that sortie cigarettes actually hide I v All because STRAIGHT CUT tobacco t draws so much more freely cfcd evenly t Notice the words Straight Cut on the packs C age when you try Favorites today I i ye J IjJ9rc i i t J FAvORITE 7t J 5 A Straight but Cigarette f i gets allthe good out cfao dcol I r ie 110 fr5tfll- sopacked 20 for IO W kQ pRN BREAD WAS A FAILURE but Husband Tried to Be Discreet In His Rwnarkii to the Dltcjomfltura of tho Guest 1yir were a newlymarried cojiple tuoMgh a felt oobk did not ppw how to paKe things his moth K had prepared And title vexed the jaafcu f gltbongh be was dispoaid t ion to indaigent gar the sake o harmony Set there was one point upqn which be lorrowfid not little Ills wlfo could Sot sake edible corn bre dand corn broad wu the food upon which ho- i 5 reared 0a lag a sjrihood friend of the Ip13Mma inrlutlon to stay and oat it wit the newlyweds The husband arrive d led the guest and bit tooK their places at the taW white the rife wept to WJ Mich j6 to tiring some forgotten dish Hrfore bis plato was tho husband orn bread but it was a miserable taih are afrkly hollow Hat and heavy He bream confidential husIapologetically to the guest JtU bavSj a took M L6t cornbresdj Jut you jrwtnt lot tbe wife Hno whfttIt BI fr ef itt would burt hearf feellngB KheM tilt wits entered the room t9w Momenta later she noticed that lop btuak iuQued the gists face- tWby what is tbp matter deaff ekeasked Jfi oUilngrtha guest replied burItfiodly An boor later alto the husband bad gone to the offlco the chorus o two biwgbiag woinons prolcos menU IHCMtiidtl through the Jipttsehold of tae newlyweds nut tbe wife has not yet told the buiibaad that Her guest mado tho corn brad on that day she stayed for taadMON In toot asked tho prirllogt because she pOHslderei hqraolf ap adopt at making cojn bread III Clvfllahs Learn to shoot rile clubs are lately re colvlng much attention They have developed a numbers ot men who ate excellent wilts with 22calibor clflns tadoorsf at n dlstanco of tb 75 I Comparatively few however au ablo to haudlo the modern hlghpovr erad iMeallbar United States maga sine rifle andhit a tare4 1000 yard away Moreover even were alloy men good shots it must be rdmem bereU that shooting is merely one of the important Parts ot a soldiers training fled that it Is a very small part The soldier who can do nothing but shoot has about tho same relative value as a polo player Vhp can ot on a fanco and wield a mallet skillfully but who cant rdp a borne Oapt Richard Stockton Jr la Col liens Weekly Creating Doubt If the archeologIsts dbtxt stop dig gang arqund In the rums In Asia we shall Soon be as uncertain about what really happened IIX orseveii thousapd year ago we are aoout the situa tion on thfi flghyng nut la Franc y WEst SUFFERS FROM WARS kittle Children pcclto the Sympathy of Those Who Know the fSltua tlon In France Of ell those who suffer by tho war none make a more immediate appeal Ito the sympathies than the little chil Oren left alone in the worldc The Ppmrnittge JFwncoAmarioan for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier has already done noble work under the direction of Mrs Wisa Wife of the fiooretary of the American ombass at Paris and Mr A F Jaccaci the artistauthor Quixhote is well remembered trMPI user isFrederic R Cdiidurt- OM hundred and twentyfive chil dren lif tie pnos like tho d who were repcuod from the region of Bolfort have keen saved from parts of Alsace rucfltotly conquered by French troops YprcA and other Fleihieh towns der stated by months of artillery fire Shelter has Van fflun4f fir bout in convents anti institutions fiat are lproviding a Toot butflro sogntlly im goaunfed unless food can be secured through othcri Tile little ones tire living on 15 qanfti q day t IESTHETICISM pouringya belowfl shoveling coal into the furnaces re marked the sympathetic man crOh ropiicd the giddy young thing but just think of the pie taresque Brands itt makM oh thr alcy nnvIdogs Bring Load of Fpoo John Huudlay a farmer awoke IIthe morning to be advised by his wife ofa serious deficit tv tho pantry iiundieyabroeswere itqy rough fpr toe anlujalu tbp familys strong box was empty and the farmer resided wiz miles from town Out John met tho emergency lie constjijptci forgo sleij hitched nine tax hounds to It loaded on live bush els ot stock peas and hit the trail for Camden After a couple of hours rest Hundley returned home the doge PUIU 9 bag of meal and a barrel oft Dour thrQugt the angm CAmdaM Tenn Dhipatch to Knoxvllle JQUJ rah Happiness and Hunger SO your daughter ifmrrled that ilwithil And shes going to bo very happy of coursp IWall- tl duupo laodyi got appw t triot aooetlte JudgV Can You Afford Any but iTitan7 g Kerosene Eng1611 AT present average prices for kerosene and gasoline Titan kerosene engines save their osti ers about iic per horse gower per hour aver gasoline engines FigurejttTxis way On an 8Horse engine the say l ii ipfPqdi yeae i i ift totlld vst you 88 more theriYOiI o4 pay to- nhar horse gBsolrne cnphe one year milt is more than a third of the price of the engine Can you afford to hYitt v alIlY 8R year Can yptjraffoT ito think gj pitTingt 8 1anc engine when yolitu pti4 fMat uses kerosbdm See thCl1tan dealer and talkthin over He has somf ntcrestinEr figures to show you J taternSional Harvester co t1f It Ianth i Jr IF Titan kerosene Engines are acid kV It4 Ml1CJllre Sithjs rCAL TO EADQUAkTERS orft t r I It v Let ttuwt ey atusarotztt your o d Bug i4to obll Iq to Sty i t ianmw v iJf KiltcHilba i tfs again in iOpRe of inyPSdati dcpaytmenl IIItt a Up uit torfate stdFPtnJtaJS voricWtiytuot have the Jiresi 11 JI teeGlal Jrr uera l Ropaii1i Work iJi all Bra cHff IIf HENRY HUMKEY J I ihone 21 aDU V LEIiANON t Cwsii er both one year for 350 i cbu n Dr R J HAMILTON a4q SyjUNGFiELD KY i O e en Main Croft StreetsPhono F r Omce Hours 730to830At i0o to 300 P 4 DR J C A1U D- Bijbiciittf and Snrgeon bJ 8 to 9 am- Offlcst hours jlo 2 p m 1Over Haydons Drug Store ifDR M W HYATT I j OMce over Springfield State IiBank Office hours 1080 a ml tol2tn4to5 pm 1 W F G RIG BY I ATTORNEYATLAW 1 ORos4TSrPeOPIbI Hank BPRINOPIELU KJT i= A DR1IIF TRUS- iY1PENTIST Office over Hayden Barber FfinUl work reasonable prices Ail work guaranteed jJiTI DORSEYDORSEY L t j LAWYERS ifJ 5pg1kid outsill f 10 years experience at Louis Till bar Special attention to cOUectlor and adjnstmej i SPECIAL TO WOMEN 9V most Economical cleansing and I 5 CKTOlcIdal of all antlsoptlca Is ft4 IW A8ptia Powder to bs iKMolTad in water as needed Aa amedicinal antlficptlcf for douche In treating catarrh Inflammation or i ulceraUon of nose throat and that caused by feminine Ills It huno equal For ten years the Lydia g Plnkham Ve nftPe haa recommended Paxtlnb lnthptr Dnirale corresDondende with ironien Whfch proves Its superiorityh Womea who have been It Tii worth Ita weight iIn gold At I IricJlif 6Qp1 1arg t p W puffi u Putoa ruUt eo Boston Mass i TREES t p Qtideapd IPrujt t1rehs1 Straw b rryPlauiSI Grape Vines I Shrubs Asparagus Rlubarb rf HidRing etc Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden tj WAenll fre Catajo ti- p ill F llhlienmeyer SonI 1841 Lexington Ky 1910 f m mm T8QUBU- fieldi to pellcious Vlnol Shreveport LaI had a bad stem ach trouble for years and became so weak I could hardly walk or do any work My appetite was poor my food 1would not digest I bloated and was very weak and nervous I tried many rome dies wlthou help saw Vine dd- vild kod tried ltud now my stomach ttble Is c p1 t red and 1 ellEo amt Vinol is uanuitefto tone up the tired overtaxed and weakened nerves of the atomtch nd create strength E Iodine for Treating Wountft Manj tgq lripg r cjl tha eaitor if tlliiJ page on bow best to apply 7 cut or abrasion In order lodlueI rent Itjfrom becoming Infected One of the most convenient methqds Is to use a stick Impregnated with Iodine These can be obtained at any drat store They come In bmhp I cf4 t91ttT 1 Igiats tnO apvi each suck has a head like a 4rutcb made of resubllmated Iodine 60 per cent and Iodide of potassium 40 per dent This when dipped In 4 water liberates an average 10 per cent soiutlQn which 5bpul4 bo apulidd free Ii tQ fbo tibt ana left to dry In using Iodine It Is essential to Jremember that no wet dressing may bet applied Exposure to the air will do no harm and the sore should bi QceroI a enlf teq there Is i tt st IU lltl tPtt4 W aming In o1n ikcrvw ferolga bodies and thus le- tqplr open IrDear Aunt Emily wroto vera ityrl IriH beiiome In another wOtt k and 6 hall bring my husband with me bont faint poor dear auntie a t the post fiplendlg tpl1l You Po nevpr- irec it1 Wl toll you that I am- fTlH5 AnUopy Burgees the son ofS ttthgr old frlQBd my trustee Thee 1 R tru teeghlp IIM bOB trannferr d t IIs Tyouijg Anthony bccaueo hU father dead and Anthony saya It Is perfectly 4 satural that wo should have met as loved and married for now he co continue the trusteeship forever And best of all you are toglvo up the boarding house and return hero with 1IUI 101 Will fpr tbe Golden Bagl- ofM doyojOped yonderfUl riches and Anthonys mlqe lias a new vein o i foldl and wp arp all going to be very rcli Indeed And Anthony wants mo tp add a postscript that we are ii ft eaci pther Rpl tidier in happjuesi tWP IB ttt jp14 J the wQrid coul J tab rM f If Did she Mean ni Ji They Und In adjoining Souses anij one of those Inevitable neighbor 1 iA Laipats wasion f wvm You sUIt think I am u fool re Barked the first female of iho species I Well rejoined lady No2 1 1wouldnt say that but you certain f M1 MXt 4opr to one L T trtrtftt OtirtirO SSX JMWW F TOWNS r iuuU cWQJ rUt iLocalI Happenings The Freshest and Latest All About Yourself Friends i and Acquaintances J cc3M 1QfMt J For RttiiJ Throo six room I dwelling month houses for 10 por fJA IJorLwARtt Executor J M Burl Monday was the ragulaciteroi of the Springfield Pwfoa ortthere xva quite a light docket and no cases in which Iao1 amounts wore involved Tom KeouRh was tried in d Police Court last week onr char W of selli g liquor and also iferl minprAop trial and turned the defendant loose on each charge Lobanon Ohautuuqua closed yesterday after one of the ftast Cbauiauquas that has avor bson held on the Ghautauqua g ouiiiis there The program was ana of the best to be hd and a traoted large crowdslho fourthof ouiy was especially flay 01 o f tuIpatriotic exercises and mu5L9Was arranged tor that day One of he greatest attractions of the whole affair was the series of baseball games The Sofftjr held Dams did themselves pcfcud taking the palm frpm every tgnua r who crossed hats With then 4Qn ihe last evning ofthe Qhauiku qua tHe p ize was present to the team by Hon B S iMl Efrby in a well set speechl Mr LltBs Greene manager of iho Sprtiig field taura accepted the puiaon rbehalfchosen speech One night during thw Ghauiau s qua residents of our town sire vukenotl from their siuintrs i in the eurly morning hours by a runaway horsp which ran into 1an autpinobile ou Main etdaet breaking the machtna butjbrt nj occupant of ilidvea ide was injar d U i Recruiting Station Opened fi ieoJAndruw Goodman has from July 5th to iho ISllv a if SIArmy Roor iting ooeji at Lie aItq1IHtel Men fpQrn 10 to JSywrsQflfce1 nltlneedt senLI SS1 ap proved tlune 3 1810 A clJlRc j for ypung menffpm ijBit fft tof attend Crtzt School graduation for Con IiLliedrr Oaloiers and many o opportunitjos i Sf DeWfrals Orgau2 I Pursuant to call oft tthiUte orgAiiiz tiion ilIiq DriaorjIn the si ltd of Kcntiuolcy pltr1jieWK1 beir local ofguinxtlions Iurj dlL last by ecdn OtiJaavn hati man in Ute raRil V 7UIIT Iti jrThoi I r o ratio Committee hold iispjpeot ing last SOl urdll sod 1P ct d John A Potiu GnmpjHjiipair manol this county t lop lor tlllorithe purpose of projErtJa cnil ducting the Dunocrkthft Cami pniun thi fall TliO pfljpple of this county reuHni that Wood row Wileon is ui King 1 grott- Presidenr mid urG s 1UM qUlstlon but h Lthltwuq6tH the largest vole aw pr fur a President lii this uni To The Public Wa have had four yjfjif ec Iperl noji in MIB aulq pIsei s and fe1llke we ctn t1k1 you 11 perfect safety us wo hfijjjpttvvt r got the HpOid favor ffifea UIlS jPrupneterd and maiiajlrs do We tuke bur time anOr try to avoid all sccidenU todtw pII plf that waist ti lake tfide tid a e afraid try us once fpflet joy a groit owmfortuhlo rldls We aru Yours for Bftsinffts BROIs RBSOUROBS LHQi and UtteeUnts 3116qrlTJ Inking IJtJl41- I Other Rest istate + l Furialiure and Fixusres W Cash nand zsd ds lrem othodJaka 5tr Total 5J27 LIABILITIES Ccpital Stork 500000 Surplus 37fi2 1UftdtTtdid lroH 14 hula PajrahK ilttj d Individual Deposit J 8J2W 7 Total 39 j viUnbo I a aIUMUJ QWkfW PM Simms Grimes Me Hpwnrd Gritnes arid Miss Ollio bimraa are quietly mar nod at tlllJ Clerics office by Rev MilehaU oftaA Christian church tMt bride Is a dangler of Mr and Mrs Qharles Simuts Rev Ri L PH d m ofllciated at the weddingtf Mr Jtufius Daiing iu d KJias Ora Coca nou yuri Tht g ouin is a Mofl- of Mr and Mrs JL Daaring and Is an iudutrionS youitg furinerwniO hisbndu who is a dauKtuar Oif Mr and Mrs Joe Uocanoogbor is a popular aud ftLtIaubIvtJng IaUy Uiild Dies The two rwe old son of Mr and Mrs Aitfiur Stuion of Texas did yOiJtiarday morn ing aud will bAtyuvtoA at Bethldfiom this murnflrV YoungLady Diesi pi ioEfoadtv uiornitifj Miss Lz j ttoton departed this life- fvra an iill n ass of one year ofI tubercirtoBfe She ws a d iujrht of Air and ML4 George EdeS n and was born n this county June 10 J895 She was a very attractive you iirlfuly pos ssirg nanny riUrHCtensiics cf noble womanhood A happy a d consouial disposition whicfyl i not only mtuluher own life hipy bub shod its sunshine on ihe lives of thusoarourxi harAnvJng t jmilthukind futd Upog her assiciates in UK yovngr set she was a igeneral faYulite Finwral services Wore con duewd ttSltosa Monday a morning bj Pftthar Shraodar andbudalWaf in tie comotory t tiara Six IQBOK hjrtj acijuain iRuaesacjJa pall bejfrora Bankruptcy tyotice = jn the Dialrtei CXurl of the Uat ted Stan for the Weaterji District of Kentucky iE4XKR Y In thi pAfctr of Irsb Iirk- qd ObK3q s zikrpL 0o ttis2 thdftydtJuueA D llMtDaeMttitferin Ute petition or be atUlfsid bNntrUpOr- dtqbitr c jllrd on Jhe 27111 day ofrJitno Ail JX lffIIittss ordurori bv IIIIP cqL4uU a Viearing ho had mpnba SdZUC on the lItttIIh- LY of pfcenbei i D Hi 10 twfore stid court at Luttisvillo In aid ClhttcrAL 10 ueiouK it Lbt f fcrurpras car thO1Pti5s lira dCft2e1UW thittioci hie pf be pabljhlii one litneiu riJIfr1 Ov LKlifl1its t p r pwnuix in 3aid d is trie t and tltntali known brediorij and dthai pOfsoMin inter it t iua ap pjrttak1ttrnan4l place and sbot f aiy ttlt4y iKlYl why lbltra fiiisaki petitioner buG be rlLf i WkItb 1dUunor4be Wltbr BvR48 jBilgw of Mthl OJjrt Rnd tbtItlI 11 rtfof Loatsvtl Bin ild ftiietrict on the 8th day c- ilJflADj16 A GRpHAlA QHirk iIfIf bj I I UuIuLND G Pml ONJ Lr r Jil K RJSl8ldJlg ctf A ilo nl a Cj 4tpittijiir lilY vitljhU Aunt Mrs Jlha nl e do ipoj MrJ IfninK Ulaiiford VRS LouIiiteLbo first of the wet k on bosiiiis Mias 1lsatILIi MclBlt07 I Visiting rritnd In Knoxville Teen u i r 0 SemiAnnualRcportofTheIn Peoples Deposit BanKkf of SprincfleW IKJU it the Close of IltMinew June 90 1016 j 64a16 l on CocanougherDearirig er at UliDIVpED PftOFlJCS 21299IO7t0770pIII Total7289I lt ti-i II JOwtKMitoop FOLLOWS l t lB06KlPuidBalance lnthvthd1rofitsJ3 59 Total47289 991 II i J J bbULVARE CASHIER i U wJI Ii wtt W WII Ijjj kjfllItiIkIItIitI1- lIi SPRING IELO DRY CLEANING cfi E L e- os Suits rushedand Pressed 35c S S Kid loves Cleaned15c E 3 Str4 Hats Cleaned and Reblockiid IIWe dry cle in twice a week Tuesday and Friday 1 LEII NICHOLS Propr I Phone 154 Ii Mext Door to Clerks Office g- sw O tivyiwlrtMMM O wtw f If f f Lr 11 Rev and Mrs lLawson are at Dawscn Springs for severnl weekd Mr Alex Blanfo li of Louisville yMiodhls inotliarLffMrs P tale J Blanford the fir t of the waalrc Mitts Bertha H Ailou is ylsitt tl ingMrs WillHiiAri in Lebanon Ida Mrs Torn SpI 109 or tirdsJj town is visiting er mother Mrs Etiza HaydoneMiss E ifeabeth tlaydoh is vis lUng friends inI irdstown Miss Mnry isatttletL 11P8t 4iy foFOhioa t II to IsltherII Uncle Dan Polii u Mr flobert JIe1r of Tot ra Bauielnd I here for aishej to his parents M and Mrs W L MoOlolloii tI Mr and MrsJt Uox Barbur are rojoioing over t lie arrival f a m lfJn f i Mrs G a bo wi irtoii attended till Oh uaUqfaf Lebanon Tuesday t I h EMsaUhiba colll jis tl e finest of Mrs II O Grown Hon J H Crs ipeiilaewt days hero this w ihlr Mss lskhi1 rt mavM4 vliiting UoutsvlIle r f t rIHon J S Yanhey sp9n4af fewh days in Louiv4this wotb t lfitCelebrate Tweqt1yi tl f lj AnmversarrIIrThQ home of Brady was the afi t a niipwwiile kgatieneen Rueata presjjir ttromtl Marion and lioyleip aUiM ore CHild i have Ugtn rtfloflj ilitr had not rawed All enjoyed tliedf f and refreshments were served A jjco colluetion wast e nevfhLKver his tflS i fir Taylor tteld jokes wi courtship and ijr sirned life fly JnC w Bow of Lout Ip IId abu the Baptwi Hfw ewmpoaoa tutf read this imeint Tbhayo5 4ysnt yiti tWwit lUHtn by ni Wish hmla I td iuiby thssV Of iuu Sruin fua4sst prOs lain besr4 ijt ia TIien 1 344 kwnl tb prarkf 4 rh Wata To wsLku hrr svs- Herugimd their Ith rrba q I TIle r ws ia 1 wJ h RItau1- Wade tr t tTIM ntiloD Uitw ilyIi 10t JJ thai a eirA isEs ootU 1 itaHnuttruth s4l- t Tdaw p15 at wdr S It Witt ftfttti In b a1 aM iInI5s I5JCI vs etrivas kth w 4 I A wtw With rty A rurk for Iluit ii I4I l Hjgi1wiiIues I4ttaYtt ass arell8 Ie4isk Uta 1uwI Far oIlWth Og np wi i IitAItTI j IA rA puw stuiMcIt u tLI ui vallt dsvh hRd i JWdr Iii uw wull rJmtt 1NItd xxx ffcrlflci for Art Sake 101 lay yoi have devoted your lit to art said the man wise tries to bf polite even surprliuMC Yea iireplioI myself toon effort to beme rio enough to own allery qf genius sld muter WhlnIr10n Star Wlibu in needt of flOUR and FEED of all tk mil coind iIn and GErtoURPRICESf We are iif a positibni to lurnislj at all time in any quantity Midlands t4 SlStfPfr lLOI Corn A J 90c bu otitsk57c1Chicken bed 2i and 2J per Molasses S ed 105 ptfr ICO Ibs Corn meb l 956 bu b 1 to be hud IFJcmr j 80iand 85c per saQ Tcloph ie 111 DIJQppPo fficq Springfield t Educational Notes v byProfJune was the greatest ateiJet taken edwitodqiaWmgtoftIi ofhlsIOR ability left 100 day under the mid sun refressMd by in mtHlfctunl t feast savored of Uw highest emotional nd practical fcjeais Those wit have IrufColvin l rfui mind which speedily delves to the depth of thouffct xraap the meaning sees the raI4saad presets it with a mpKniic force thai commands the HD prrcmtion of alt At a surRVxtion troops et idea vtttn for ex pees ion at hM The purpoio of thjp Sumn r School was to tench aiternation nd cutrou ion Tho ttMOiisri of the statr must teach thirtow subjects on nehuf h1 J ilhltCllfXceptnate and whs at her iomuimi1 Actftt IliacinaboWtenItoakehfhivotopioff the fBHeriiit laru uv he imiivHJoai thathroviy know be ard wblchismildetIOuebhIlt It was with this in view that each aabjOTt ta ran of importarw Suetfnlwkh tohejpuMlbilptlos ot be toai4k rr who i nuws 1C1yTIv iasiij PchooJ we fervntIN Iiiafter tirsitn tnat Etiiha 1t1edueanowIgs yflihy tnt m Knetic fIIIDCf andj1J eouatjlucutidt4si inhetnliarfOvmhiuohicbexceed silswuuc IWhoAnd softer short of th nis- ianary picitwould inspire a t fom knD tba 0SUVentlter lailt and n htly ur With salary eM t nth heamuin COj mti uienfty mid mKini tiuity of ih oinoe4 11tdeaerroi fJjtonacoAteIITss couj T l ting with kor puma fureducan nut di vaneenwat a IIWe kavfseen herd tlpkand km w toe edocatorr v Kentucky 4n1 hriivv onrselew td uTSipn mtliltDIt to rccugsjisjs eAtnty wneh wi htl face f We know we tii it tei1 t IIN aite find thh IIIptlent iflthoUit utIIt pliedand other OMBtnec 1trllUtlod Com t slon r51 Sale Of Live Stock WiimhMtiMun j Hfrf- i yg Joei Jorism iih ft Uy vlrtiireof Judgment at uriifr of iI1t fiHfeol the W liitgtiHi Ciivim Court rendot dot the February term lltt in tk sjteoya styledl oturffl halllrocHd i liootfor itt the Court iloui 411n mtfWd 13 ON JHONDAY JULY 1IHii at Irlftodock p m or thr ilMut be tog county court to tOf hulu ikIron credit oandl2 mottiwith-jntrstfa date of akth ruwattg 11 idefined property OMblsick hmule alMut 3 years old MMtMl Ike one black hAre m abovi tyJHrs old named lii lone bay mqaast4 ev navn4 lraineb l ek eu bat 7 yeaisoUInameU Blacky logBtlier with their increase f bejdbejj January 17 WH with setsresttoAaril 841911 mftounthK to 217 M eatltiMftad 4fO Total to be ra lotI ntiFtor UM jMirdMMe price the pun h et or puralifiien tsjith approved wcurityf lteanDClogt I paid aa4bevin the for s and ellti Jiitigaoz mddra wUl be prrsdto- eonIJIl7 lIpty with these te is 01 1I08UEY W WO c NOT TO fiE EXPEfcTCDi tbaIiwouwii wise will wear those hfgk- hoc1e1tjiees kiMfetIbt tlwn toooieoUt form JJ A KEY TO SUCCESS IcD1orr IOaLik1yOIOIIO GotiO oiijfition to hIm as a lOn 4flj4 R3erT itttght Iiim anew danc e itcp Judgp In L MllJrt lLj 14J 1 I JI BIG I k4IIANCE sAEtJ 1 Of Spring and Summer Goods I A Bargain if feast 10I Hope Cotton cheap at ripe tale price per yard Hooker Cotto worth SSc sale price per ardiBleached 94 Sheeting market valL 2 c sale price yard a unbleached 94 heeling niark t If value 30C sale price yardCCalicoes vane 3c sale price per y Tdy11 Apron Ginghams value 8c t sale price per yard Smill Lot Dress Ginghams priceyardA ISCifneutUnr Figured Lawns real val I I2LC sale price yard Talcum 250 price Oh i Special Priceon 9x12 Matting Rugs And at 5 and Lino at I Ineor n Sovereign and Their rortunm Economy Is advised even among cabinet ministers and law offlcers who are Raked to diminish their de mands on tho public purse Ss what of the monirrhs and their lruome1 Wo have heard something of the dim iDulfcoii of tho kaisers private for tttqe owing to the war But even wIth- Wsfifty royal residences and interests In nil manner of ouslnesaetk he hu evar been tjie richest monarch tla the world That honor baa always be loaned to tho czar who on his acces sion came Into tho Romanoff private estate yielding about two millions aIyear Beyond that Ills salary amounted to another two mlllloni be pJdM many profitable investments broad There were small expense to bo deducted such 00 a year td duchesses But when evjorythlVg had been taken Into account the czar re malaod the richest monarch in Ute world far ahead of the Turkish sal tan with his minion and a halt or ota own kins who is the poorest In pell wd palaces of all the Old World pe lontntn Wsttctiisiwr uasen t subject of the conversation Tho two men wwe seatod side by side in chairs in- ouie of the downtown onearm lunch They had fought over several isj OUt battles and had also proved trfelr ability as diplomats by disposing o1 umber of the most Important losttons involved In the great strut aI e But even then they had been un able fully to settle the war Still they disagreed on some of the main facts Oh well nobody is going to be licked ono of tho lunchroom diplo teals remajrkAl with much emphasis Till expraeelon of opinion had fal len also on tho ears of a thlrtl man soatfd near the two He turned quick 11Y Vos but when the war is over over country will be broke he said Aail It la much worse to be broke than to bo licked and I am speaking tro the 1 railway now tinder construction froml the Pas Manitoba to Port Nelson wilt a vast area of rich natural reI The whole region with its and possibilities Is described In an illustrated volume entitled rill Hudson Bay Road 14981915 by A fH do Trcmaudan of the Manitoba Bar Making Food From Straw Professor Frtedenthal of Berlin i university Is said to have dlscorere a nev coed prepared from straw TkI discovery Is sold to be likely to revs IwtWalzo the food of the peorH i Cmts a Week Senator Kern of Indiana has foal of tho small schoolhouM- t whore as a boy he earned his irs nickel Ho agreed to build a fire UHf schoolhouse stove every mornlm at least an hour before the opening ol soho jl and to sweep up once a Aey For this wotk he received five ceata a week He still feels that he earaei ittLarge Russian Wheat Harvest Russia In 1913 harreiUi 8471 000 bushelsl 9i wketa t 8 e 6 c t Be 6c 1 I10c ISxtr Special Hi Good assortment Scotch Lawns worth7c sale price yard Extra good size Cotton Hack Towel size 20x40 value J2cv for Turkey Red Damask real value 3cc sale price yard Big assortment Shirting Cheviots value I24c German Dyed for Bungalow Aprons worth 650 sale price Childrens Dresses worth 650 sale price Corset Covers regular yalue 35C sale price v ji5s 1 regular price pjice6s regular price Alt ot New Style White Lawn Waists worth 150 ffor I r I I H I I j I I Collates Powder worth sale only15cScCakeCollates4cCkciCLARKS I250 We have wily a few of these RWfS left will have no more this season at this price I I uIiorhayeSkirt Prices Wall Paper Rugs fIeums Prices Iopell VoopHectlona 27c lOc DAYS ONLY Dont Miss IGowns IGowns pccsrs- ale tOe 25c tOe 50c 50e 23c 49c 98c I I ISeparate Reduced Reduced Deep Cut in Prices of IThe RobertsonClaybrooke IITSNOTROJBifTOSflOWGOOD5tIRf r ir seeI CloacerI 1i anda MENS CLOTHING I aMr1rT Bridging the distance twixt you and anywhere Th Bell Telephone Tfith its ltHtfH mU ot wire brings mllUoms of people ivitUm jMnfcot of yoW Voic Many thouaand of th m Hyimf within fifty or a hundred mUM ctm bm ridfor a ismtll toll chsuy Are you making UM of this vut bride om yow firm in your bom or ip your bias Tfctr a profit of time money orconytnitact for you ia tMh TekphoM if you w3U UM it Grup the Opportunity v Call or writ the manager toy CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY lnooi4 onATeo BOX 2Ji LOUISVULIIT 5cI 11 Ir IJSSe Cor J IBell COm i1Ri 1I I Quart HonseD Saloon ff- Old II- l = Willow prings Whiskey Sprimf 1908 iifht tuaissurs pr L 400 Spruif 1910 six tsUMsMrt 3iOO tI = Spruig 1912 f r HIM ens 244i19l3 tkrM MUMMTS M 2M ISpril1l = wern1wGd3Nsa1rwWe1MrcwmIspc 00Ig I Brandies Win Uortlili AlcliOti l iii a every tt thing kept in A iri4e1aNl Wade HM = tJwi RIBDBU S eLEBAMON KY = 11yedaIiNW11sb1Na f jt I n Nir ftEA FffCMi SUBMARINE fcnvtnter ef the Mlcrephene Tc t Ivv He Came it Think Ab the Scheme 0peouir bUlef Monthly nlI tls iiMcfte ZINIii W one ot tbb fcilUcifcoisUniinUH devise a system h s er tilpii s abMt hostile sub perimentsatiHicklei to tJW 11 CJIatflIIPQ1 MkMriM defector jUtbe ab Is 1plbIe to lee a it 4eec4y isMigil mtaiarine Mr Du MMer jeUet U there was a method ilt j T MISt Mi SSMt tocatkm In the IT ipjir IB inrrfshig his xperlmenta kM7ft 11os that a nbmarloo gave forth a aeva4 ef lOSe kind would it act W pbi M devise some form f Jnay wklck it could be kesjroT That in the starting idea of s tke esyertsMBts tit I conducted for 1 IMM aUM Times intAt MM the toting of the propel Jars of a sabBariM suggests itself It a e set thatfteteflatio enough Motor Iiv tI and other powers r 4rivem reseda bare propellers and al 4 fotUt tfcesr yerie of Tlbratlon la dlf IIIl iinesit Jresa that et any other engine fMraa eift BOM other sound must r t Mmj t ssaitiliiff u distinctive it mth esil SC a Jor the neighing ft a Mne v that bf ho pos lbe eM b arten for an c aiiMI j J few wkt I M chtia the weird ijjfeftl kua of a submarine Others had the htm IMC Wore I began my iMftrteesU It ITM taken for tcglno- YftratfesuW c Bat tt to much too high in jck Sac that M t Sound by actual 1 MM SSaTBMli MJielf that the jl akrfll slaest staging note that leaa M keaH wkea tke Diesel engine AM Lit o sat tM i marine is tray t Ma wader fewer derived from hei iterate batteries is due entirely to hOI jeiMirisI Baton The sound Iis unmis J I takafcfc Hey late any central station Jirkenr electric fever la generated c ktettya 4 ja will hear tho hum e a mMtiae Then is no difference Jto the ear To 4rrlM a means of do r Seetlftc ihic sovad at great distance J wa tH a4jjct of S7 experimenting HTktkrOphom at once suggested tara suitable Instrument and irith JtI use a submarine could U i4 at a distance of fifty miles I iftlilSH IN THE WASTEBASKET ii That RMMtecto the LaetRestInQ Phi ef IMM Which Have Failed te SUNIVII The VMtetaafctt U a symbol of ob XTtoeu Te k an eonsigned the fall area and the luwMens old love let eiaappes1athateetwIthnoreonh eaaee ky time It Is the grave ofIj i 4ea4 theoghta Wkat a mass of huIsiMeffert aai eeaotloa lie contents ireyreeeRt The merest printed circu lar flaag there with hardly a glance MaMa toy long hours of eager plan tac by eMMbety and the skilled labor ef aaay haada Men have striven witk the vtMoet ii their ability to r r ftm taliraeti aad have failed 4astibiakstoordithetr failure wJnjj Tkeee HUie Iak4nscribed bits of fer that He Htatfrged in Its depths re pleeee bt homaa documents let tin el frieadaklp full of cordiality a4 karklac back to pleasant expert Mser family letters expressing loyal iJscMesi aad giving word of those at keen Iletters that once made the t kart keat tHlck At first a Joy they iMcame aa acctwalatloa and are now faX4Nsc Tke to a popular magazine of last jMHMuy Bow HtUrly flat and stale It MtflMl In keroec and heromea that II1k chatter aad pose through Ita pates an usnr tergotten The great anleclsed a glowing article has 4Maca falls Into disfavor The big rr ae favmted om the cover have a leek et Baeckery The most gripping fctary tver written has been supersed 4 by a sears eC oUlers The brilliant comedy success puffed by the dra raU oitio Ua teft the hoards fan Wirb la among thee hasheena are a beat of mightharerbeens inchoate Ideas Jotted iowa but never conaum Mated letter that were written but jfcerer seat plans for homes that were ever fcallt dazzling schemes aban ait ef tear that they were via = Asylratiens groplnga how iher might have changed the world tor seme of Ml Few things eeeape you long old 3u- garautl Oae after another they lose aad fin into you Acd yw pHIt waiting aalutamusTuagaI nrIAI CtoreaM Wolfe Overton whose d fartmect store werk has more the Vindicated scientific management in oscp saLt at the Chicago AthleU sb Ky deeartment stores triumphs rfch verhead have brought in a lot f f eelee aad clerk lavestigatlona JjftMM have turned out funny Ta aa once this morning I said se jerely to a Stenographer r1af it true that the minute the t matII J middle of a letter The stenographer took a fresh haw ef gum dOc course it heft true she said Wky Td neter even dream ot begin jttiera litter wk a it was as near aJ ttikat Jry IxeneratM DiEt Cow Wkea aa automobile hits a cow ant Jajvree it badly the driver is to blame ja d Mt the cow even if the cow did t get aerroM when it uw the auto teadlitts bearing swiftly down on it ludgeCJiattIf JIIHw skall Alt the cows owner AsffMt Semfert who owned the auto eWeed ceart that no didnt know tke Kawtkerae bridge was a browsing 1pMtiPs aad eat the cow should nave vera a red Uat oa its tail But the a Jwy 4teaareed with him Portland 1 Dtstaiek LM AagclM Tlrwe I Keer te Open Gets IA smilli dlvlM fer Ute operation of tke keavy sal cvmberMme Barnyard II Mtht i MMcktJlca wheel to sc iwteclac saL In many 1MI1NUs lira IMN arto long that Hp ary knVfe la ei strong enough ii ttW esnlsMiWelcht and It MMaiany to aHeW tke free end to l s Mr Tk M of a Sii a 1 soiaair7 te lilt skMsij iw H HYPNOTIC EYP LVn POUt 1 jc i AutemobH L t T ylnsscctpr 4 1h P License Ihspector H k iadcliftand A afstanilucon3e Inspector Henry KittredttoVere hypnotised by a shin lng eyeon a detectlte star at Ma iuette avenue and Third street While they were spellbound by the eye an auto thief walked into Poet Office alley half a block away and stole Radcllfts car The eye bright and shining was engraved on a star worn by D T Hoyt who said he had just come to Minne apolis to conduct some special inves tigations He had stopped several persons Radcllft said and asked them annoying questions when they decided Investigate Hoyt according to Radclift could not tell who employed hint so bo was charged with impersonating an officer Then Radcllft and all the night policemen searched for the automobile Minneapolis Journal Gifts of Winter Yn giving winter to men said thf Old Year Margaret Woodward writes in the Countryside Magazlnoil am conferring upon them ono of the great est benefit Do not the wise ones ol earth know that climate has much to do with culture that the degree to which a race acquires civilization is dependent upon It Nowhere aro the rigors ot winter felt more severely than In Now England and mark you the men of intellectual and moral fiber who have been bred In this climate Look at the races who bask under a tropical sun whore orange and banana groves grow luxuriantly and notice the indolence tho sensuality the lack of ambition which prevail It takes the winter to tone up the moral and Intellectual as well as the physical na ture of man One of your philosophers never uttered a truer word than this Wherever snow falls there Is usually civil freedom Winter should bring to a man a period of restfulness it should afford him quiet hours In the library and opportunity for social in rrrnirv BEAT THE BILL COLLECTORS Physician Had a Method of HlslOwn and It Proved In the Highest Degree Effective Several years ago said a New York physician there was a physi cian in this city dead now whose buttheI to pay bills with the doctor was exI tremely slow pay and colyictora bad bard times getting to him Invariably when one called the man at the door would ask iIf he wished to see the doc tor professionally am if the caller sold he did not he was assured the doctor was not In ono of them went at it tF1nallr when the mon at the door asked if he wished to see the docto professionally bosald he did muwas politely passed Into the waiting room A dozen moro patients were ahead of him but he was inside at last and on his way to the doctor and he waited patiently When ho reached the doctor and sold he had come with a bill there was a treat row at SInce and the doctor indignantly berated him However being honest enough he paid the bill The collector didnt care so long as ho got the money and straightway told how ho had don it Then an other one tried it and was successful but no more were The third collec tor got in with a bill for about 15 hut he didnt get out with that amount The doctor charged him 10 for his professional call and handed him over the balance One or two others were treated the same way on their profes atonal visits and the word soon got around among the collectors with firs result that the professional calls were abandoned After which collections were made any way they could be made except that way ITho Defective Baby when politicians and gen erals have to decide almost ovary day whether to purchase a trench or a hill at the cost of so many human lives the death of a helpless baby tau sot a whole nation talking This happens to bo a nation which cannot boas that It cares supremely about its ba otthemcauses They die of tenements which could be ventilated of milk that could be kept clean of neglect that could be remedied They die because their fathers are underpaid because their mothers aro overworked thox are run over on city streets because there are Insufficient playgrounds they arq Infected by dirt diseased thoy are starved Given a chance Jn life most of them would become happy and use fuL They are refused that chance because public opinion is too Indolent because many landlords dud bunnera men aro too greedy because poll ticians are cowardly and Ignorant Every year hordes of fine human be ings are condemned to death because it costs too much to save them nut the refusal to keep alive a deformed idiot has become a moral lnu throughout the natIon From the New Republic JAPANESE AN ABLE ORATOR Young Student Has Carried Off Two Within a Remarkablyt tPrize Short Time One of thq most Interesting faa tures of the international students reunion held at San Francisco Cal last August was the orat rleal contest DIrectorIGeneral John Barrett of the PanAmer lean union for tho best oration on the subject 61 PanAmerican relations The winner of the prize Mr Ren Hlrao is a senior in tho economic de partment ot Stanford university He was born in Hiogo prefecture Japan February 3 1801 After finish Japanbe1907land enterud the San lose High school at San Jose Cal In 1912 ho entered the College of the Pacific and tho following year universityIntile first prize of GO In an oratorical con test on JapaneseAmerican relations Iheld under the auspices of the Jap CollegjGraduatea piw w SI AGE FAVORITES NO prr feTht Negro Mn lrel r Vlll 5c Only Memory Before Many Years Of ell the varied and manifold kinds of theatrical entertainment negro mln air ST IIs the one which is absolutely native to these states and which could not have come Into existence any whore else In tho civilized world Here In America alone has tho trans planted African been brought Into timate contact with tho transplanted European Other nations may have disputed opr claim to the invention of the steamboat and tho telegraph but negro minstrelsy is as indisputably duO t6 AnforJean inventiveness as the telephpne IUwlf Here in the United i States It Bad Its humble beginnings rorst1odto CTront Britain whet It eetab licked itself for rainy seasoaii from hare tt made sporadic excnrstone Into France and Into Germany and b4ra at last It has fKllen Into decline and a degeneracy and a dc ay which seem to doom It to a speedy exUnetloni Us life was little longer than the rourhsefed to man threescore years and ten lot It wee born In JkI Mtli docado of tha nineteenth century and In the seoona decade of Ute twen tieth it lingers superfluous on the stage with none to do It rererenn- Time was whip the neYo nlnatreis Xald posccaaton of three or fopr thee toes In the single jcity of NeW Yiorfc anil whon a doaon cfr raore troupea were traveling from town td town aKofre80deredand only two on three compantes wtad tholr lonely way from theater to tkM- tArt througbont the fatted States The few surviving practitioner of the art are reduced to the iirtoetoUtlon of brief interiiHle1 in the Iourlltgvariety shows or to the lanpersonatloh of sparse negro charartera In area fllonnl l comedies The Guards who paraded no SklelmoteJ rigan Itnd Harts are those many years Johnny Wild of Joyous memory te no more and Sweatnaau bereft of his follows Ijij sable Orellefy te seen only in a cbanajs comedy like xmnee Me7 or tko County piairm GcoVg ChrJatr and Dn Enuaott antI Dan Bryciji have ORB sad left only failing orioaof their breezy eonts theIrs memoj bo dances and ttair flippant quips jTand Mattlid e In Scribiiera Macaalne MADE HIMSELF F SERVICE Englishman Who Ceuidnt Join Army Valueio tie In desperation he tried to join Ills tocal dafenso corps brit they Wouldnt have him there because they said be complotoly spQtlol the INk of their ttarado And whEn Jobos oxnostuhited nd urgad that the question of appear ance was a matter of individual ta to ind that for his part he would be shAmed to bo found deed wearing lace like that ot tho commander of X rompaay they tell upon him with agor hands and drflltounhenetl feel and throw him out once again Then having done his best Jonos wont belIto his baslBOsa A few days relatedIand its a help which they cant use however overaged under jsed t weakeyed and falsetoothed I pay he Taking n coureeot elementary surgery at one of the boiiplils he was asked No Making rcrftlt lug sperhea No PuUfng to overtime and AunJys at tho arsenal No What then r Something o never done before said Jone a HUh shamefacedly IItkn rotnrmiHg my Incometax form to the asemMWs with yhe correct amount otmy income tilled lnLondon THIMts HardWorked Stvdent t President Fllbben of rlrnvtoa ap pears to cot lInn the charges of th indergradvate who recently had at article In thQ OHtkok that a role student haill small incentive to uttte and that in most Instances b cq lrt loaf pleasantly through the ebrsi This ftrtlclo brought many letters to the Outlook and the disunion tool pretty wide range President Hlb ken ddreflned b conference of KM ters of church soiooU at Uamp a PhUadelptJft suburb and naicnsi tho things he saW walt this Me o isi tb woridi must earjn their bread by tIIoI sweat of their row but the fHwlcnt can acquire knowledge qvlte yl sri ously without having to exert himself t for it Ho should be made to tklnk his Way ofit of dUflmlUM Ulraaelf Doctari Hibbett doclared that rotttes s onntvo in the tendency of the jnider gradwale to pontpone until tomorrow Lbs task of toii y by making his work ucroeable The teeoher lielpk him tvoi aav dlfflcultr Hartford Courahi An Aid to Dignity 1 didnt realise itft this dancinj- crnie swept over the country and oc- tbgeaarlans began to hop about on ballroom floors Uwtt rbouiaatlsm and the dIguSseWhatTbpso two complaints have pro vented a groat many old Uilles anti gentlemen from naRlag themaelrea ridiculous by trying to daaca the taiipi nnd the latest trots C4sgraoed iavont seen Uararaaadhawj fcr a he hasnt been out of the ipute ilhoe hill aucideat Was befieriouely Injured UieLdlsgraeedeeply DlBgrace Yatter living in the heart ol the city all lite life be went to Uit country one day last week and KAI = 1rg7 mua wagoru Remarkable t urgici r A remarkable operation had beea performed la a hospital att Prague by Doctor Horak on a girl of sixteen named Mario Hubacek She was suf fering from A diseased bono In he right arm and was sent to Prague have tho arm amputated Doctor Ho raky however decided to replace the diseased part of the bone by a corre spending part taken from a dead pUt son Immediately after death For tLIs purpose he utilized a girl who died In hospital frojn a bullet wound in the temple Tho dead girls right arm was amputated and part of It used to re I hadI rRtNu LBERT blS in ge nessand in piie1 Satisfaction is all we or its enthusii astia friends ever claimed for ittJ It you or had It is so to that you will get it in 5c or 10c to out our say so on iJR CO C At theTelephone The printed Dont jig Blo the hook Isj peon In placoa all ovor Now York city been placed by tn company In order that patrons may loam that the way to t the best service out of thi iyatom8 to be sane and gentlo with e There are people whpI 10 not know that II central does t respond and properly to attract her at tontlon Is to mvjo the receiver book up and down ell 41y very slowly It such is tire hu r od onos conduct a tiny Ih Is flashed before tile taco of thei ermtor If the liook Is Jiggled rapl IT there Is no lamp lighted at all p the operator goes ubout her wml serenely to the perturb tato of the person at tho other end jUic wire By seeing tJ woman at aj ojephono when sire Is In a hurry ai at oth V times too Intoherwoman flying leer at the phone Is Btj She jkould have Dent Jlgglrf the overitid Hats If eace Tokens is a utiful story recorded by KJY William Sellers to hla npw bn With Our Men A col be Ps wife was making the round of a m litary ward whon she noticed a soldier toying with a German hellaoL 1tVell to the soldier 1 that jjm ans tdat you your man Well quietly the eoUler lYotris It this He lay on the Of near mo with an awu barjl wound sway aomr thin terrible I was loalq a M vt o fra my log but I ioanig J ttr K Iup to him and bound bus up as wel as I could and he did lb saru for Aa Nawtblo of COOTS wa8B W twtwdn ua I knew no Oar auk and Ihe Ujer man not award o r so wipn hed done riot seeln boo else tee tnk hlml Just amlU dt token handed him mfi GI B8arry and ho smiled baSk and gird me his halmet Youtho Gom Bees Get i3dty on torn the Oregon hills after several days In the Mr and MrS Edwin Ueoder In addition to TLami a box with a swarm of boos they la the Wllliamaport lJa to the Inquirer states I On account af tho cold the bees wore easily handle but when they wore tal4 n Into tlj paiaen trainrat Trout Run hey began to get busy and in a few riilnutee emerged from that had been made td giv j hem air In lees it takes to toll the hAd all ned to tho next1 coach and thp bees held the tort for some time the put on a pair of giolves made a dash Into Uio tar and tho window tossed the bpx of be as but into the night but not befdre hoi Had been caressed oa the coiie by ai ron T GET BESTiILKIJWINTEfl Recent Serve to Shovi That Fort Papular Rave Been Wrong It has alwvB been believed that milk butter t q other dairy are at theirrt In the spring n4I iHmmor hej the cows have Ute boat pastures Hi ttl recent by fie state board of lies ll fall to bear out this p pjplar belief They Indi cate on tho mtrary that undor cur rent condltloi tlu milk obtained in summer is in tenor n qu ly to that obtained In the winter cows are In stables At tem luro of 50 degrees the bacteria Ini Ikwill In fifty hours from ee to thirty times the Initial numl f while at70 degrees they will m ily 401W times This Is why bekept Gold Milk will ijsbt sour for soveral day U packed r 4tt a rriIT1 T tPrince Albert gives smokers such delight because its flavor is so different delightfully iitcant bite your it cant your throat you can smoke it as and as hard as you like without any comeback but real happiness PrthceAlbertIf PROCESS PATENTED JULY 1007 That enjoymerrtsoldl coupons or Weprefer to give Ifi 11 the nationaljoy smoke killed yOULL Jim a cheery Aomjrhfo on tap nd mtttfrhow much cia ttrtnftryou ara in th ofthf wood you drop info For Prince Albert i ritM then at the finS pee you redVJSfc tin for dime then there tit dlrtpound and hflfpound tin httoudorm and Iho pound crytlflilUt humidor with top that krp tin bacco In such bttniup trim answers every smoke desire aiir other ran ever oollIdnd fragrant and appealing your appetite chummy with a nighty short time Wiiljybu prove the national JOY smoke Jq fYNOtDS TOBACCO WinstohSalem N Injilnctlon conspicuous having telephone telephone apparatus protnptl tlicjay electric frequently telephone rHero hospital Fighting Trojrtiddd shols4Id BttlfeoM nawl responded wasillko pretty andbleedln b lK Enajtslf ndbyvtty ItlIanlon TrainIReturning spending mownfalna hdptlng jlfrought coaahlorable paatabqard captured wooda dispatch Philadelphia anihcatotl numerous pucturos tlmeSJhan paaaPHgera finally conductor raising tjutfostod j Investigations Impressions products Invostlgatlona conducted Massachusetts widespread anything bomdwhat rtlenth0 shuTup a Increase milkIiiult1 1114 = andso good tongue parch long tobacco without premiums quality ponfmoitttn smolc invest Indifferent Important Russian Industry The production of wood pitch anti tar lla a highly Important Industry ot tho timber districts of Russia A largo quantity of such substances is not only uged for home consumption In Russia but is also exported to for elgn markets England alone takos pvqr 100000 barrels yearly of Russian pitch an l tar In normal times pitch Is exported chiefly to Engand from Archangel where it Is ore of tio principal articles of trade while turpentine has been shipped to fiermany from the Baltic ports and overland In rdceht years In western Russia esv poclally near tho Vistula rkvor large quantities of pitch and turpentine hive boon distilled from the stumps hal after the clearance of woods this has tug boenin groat demand in Germany rtndlotTprlcerating methods employed In this In dustryha e been for Ute most part of a primitive character and carried on in small establishments ware the owner is ait tho same rime f rkman and salesman Girls Will Marry Crippled Soldiers A loiter in the London Daily Mall Conveys tile Information that hundreds of English girls have expresod their willingness to marry crippled British soldiers and to care for hem as their contribution to their countrys cause The offers camp as the result pf a published suggestion that plucky girls might be of aorvlco so and all that stands In the way of the success of this wholesale matchmaking is that no degree of pluck and patriotism earns sufficient to overcome maidenly ihynone The girls have agreed to mkrry but they cannot walk up to the first onelegged soldier they see and toll him so Meetings are to bo ar ranged by certain women of tire ion idon Wool end where these soffsactK flclng girls will be Introduced to the lifelong burdens thoy fiavo agreed U tako ne husbands Of Course Not That doctor claims to have discor- crod an entirely new disease 1 hope ho wont publish the symV toms of It Why notr People cannot have It If they do hot know the symptoms can thor inc careless housewife wao rniis tclean the dust from electric lamps and shades cheats herself of money and light Dust absorbs iigbt If roll ire not Kept ploan they do not give as much light as you are paying for and suchllght absorbed by tiny particles Dtduat Is absolutely lost By wiping off the amps and shades with a clean tamp cloth attraquent Intervals a maximum ot lighting cUt cioncy reaufta Reflectors should be cleaned with soap find water Crafty A laggardj In love and a dastard In war was about barring the unfore seen to wed the fair Ellen of Young Loch In var But the latter was not to becadght asleep NlU just kopout of it till the stiff has waited at the chancel with his best man while the bridal party marches down the aisle to that slow thing of Wagners quoth he and suiting the action to tho wordho carried off the girl at last without baTing had to undergo the worst ofI tho Ulconventencot Doing His Part Aro you working for us asked tho suffragist of a meeklooking man who was loitering about the entrance to a hall where a mob of women wore holding a political rally Why yes in a manner of speak ing replied tho moaklooklng man If you boliovo with Milton that They also servo who only stand and IIwaiting to tako her home Curse of Poverty The Jlbways boast that their ances tors came over In the Mayflower Indeed replied Mrs Noorlch haughtily If thoy contemplate a trip to Europe and that vessol were still In service I daro say they would pn to go backla the MyUowcr TOBACCO IS PREPARID fORSMOKERSUHDERTHE PROCESS MAWHQ EXPERHEN1TP PRODUCE THE MOST DE I iUGHTrULiAHDWHOtfei iSOMET0BACCOFOClGI4EJ JE5 nil lh r Tn lid ot tJe Prioe Albert tidy rd tIa RsJ tins Palal d Proc torou and realize wh4t it m uu la making Prince Albert o aouinnrner He was a goodlooking young negro whose clothes gave no Indlcatidn thal he was oQt of a job lie entered the Ennuloor office at the moment the staff watt taking tile relax atlon which follows the consignment of the last edition to the press Said the young negro Kin yo gammon toll mo whether tbas s euthon gomman an wah round heah l Whats the matter with a north Jri gomman Inquired tho staff kidder Boss answBred the young negro NAh Jus got In fum Georgy AJir hungry T Ah kin fln a gomman fum down Souf hell help mo out Maybe thats a new one Its a late and nest way to IJosslblJI raise hut It tfio young negro tho level and he looked it the South received Its handsomest ompllmont in those parts in many a day Buffalo Enquirer t j Another Peach of a Peach Story Brown Bartholomew and Johnsu counties all combined make this story Mr and Mrs Elisha Davis live on a farm la the corner made by the three county lines They have a peach tree on their place that has been acting in an unusual manner and Mrs DubIIwho visited Columbus Ind brought along some proof She hab one twig from the tree on which thcrf weightIof which was seven pounds These was not another po ch on the tree but the one twig did nobly Just a little distance from this tree there is an other that is sending forth its second crop of peaches and nearly all of the limbs nop are full tho poaches being about the size of guinea eggs On the Davis farm there nlao Is a second crop ot blackberries growing Indrano Us News lj Practicing EconomyI + When the conversation turned to tho subject of oconqmy this little Inci dent was related by Congressman Chnlos IL Burke of South Dakota Jenkins was sitting in front of th nrfrhouso in a suburban town whet a followcommuter came along IUd an reeled a dissertation on tie high cost rjt living Speaking of the high vest of liv ing responded Jenkins everything Is economy down our way now My wife Is pracUclpg It to beat tho band You dont moan IU exclaimed the Bihar toIn what Way Is she econo mizing She is economizing on my shirts rlarj that she can gjt a J16 hatPhJiadelpbia Telegraph Submarines are not afraid to att ravofIable t and that their only offensive weapon jBgalnet warships Is the torpedo the I guns they carry being of such small- caliber as to be of no avail against a vessell protected In any way they can not attack them boldly on the surface of the water Hence they are obliged to maneuver Jnur they reach a position whence they can effectively die charge a torpedo and at this time are necessarily submerged The periscope Is one thing that dicates tho position of a submarine another when completely submerged Is the line she makes wnlch is visible on the surface ot the water = ILublin an Old City ILublin now In the occupation of the forces may escape something of to fat which came in an earlier day for was tnce plun dered by the Mongols It is a very old cityIts cathedr dates front the se thirteenth cenirranci at one time It was a treat commercial center The treaty of union between Lithuania and lA roland was alpni thqrinlaea thIBAgIW KnickcrWhctdocs the baby look c1LikeBockor Ho is neutral New York Times FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING = Top whaf ft pessimist A man whos seasick during hi entire voyage of life Qwan to bed ernew IAn a Jw 1 1 1 1 It Always HeipsoI Iwritingj Wallitlllltouic Cardui my back and head would hurt so h I hardlytoI of Cardui I 1 eeigainedI hOUlewortas1 wish every suffering woman would ffvt CftRDUI Tonicra trial I still use Cardui when I feel a ttttfe bid and it always does me gqod Headache backache side ache nervoesstuS owomamly yforwomen for more than fifty years Get a Bottle Todav Children Cry for Fletchers Thd lUrid You Have Always Bought suail wkkfc bii in use for over 30 years has borne the a1gaas s f antI has been Jla4le ude W pee sortal snpcrvsloB lace 18 JaIMteT deec1veyeSaAll tlak htExperiments that trine vltTi and cndaagcr tke lM Mk iiInfants and Obildrcu Experleiico against Eiyerisassit What is CASTORIAastoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oflf Pate gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is P1essaa4 It conUiinn ncitTicr Opium Morphine nor ether Ifrirectic fiiibstnncc Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Wensemil allays Ftverlsliiicss It cures Dlarrhote aM Wlstd Colic It rcllcvds Teething Troubles cures eeuuaJ-ut Flatulency It assimilates the Food retT tee tSM Stomach altd ovcl jlViiiff healthy and atxMd alss The Chlldrous Panucea Tho Mothers Pried GENUINE CASTORI ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought hi Use Ft Over 3OYarsSTtfc vu4sa etfr From Dirt Dust a Wl sui1s- a hFJ JrTtX tog sad liftog furniture aad the Jisguiss saafeaiaf ofdust and semi that are raited ay iw a and the nld laihioaed caiytt IWiif t Iq creates powerful sacttoa tcwUtfc fbaM oMal 1M dbt and dust found m your rues ood 1 time the retftlnnj bcwk pea f at liat vies nWaV raretingi etc SWEEKN are aeh J es J w For more dctalltd laierautl wrtM TWAT j = Natures laws are perlec but disease follows if the ew CM net i4ssL Go strait tc nature for the cure to the forest there ass ntyiuriia hiss we- can fathom for Take the bark of the vrildcherty tree sW se e ef toOl f on rune root queen root bloodroot end doidsa sMsesae sa iLe nonalcn ic extract of them with just the right freeertieM and yes ee J Doctor Pierces Golden Medical It took Dr Pierce with tho assistance ofwo nard work experimenting to make this pure sd reatat efficiency IUd without theule of a ourUde 01aleskilf YOU DIVORCE YOURSELF DntifMTT tHdv Cornbnaton Sveeir RdeiefroarbrooMssiasiass cb1aipasiidkSweeper MNoiaadatRViHBM YseaqiuysPessicy Agents Wanted L NATURES ESSENCE Ixtracted Frof Brest Hssttv eaTrIIrerMJ Just the vrt of remedy you Mid Ii ask skk p4 blood bod Cittiat lassitude and MSti eCnecre ea 1111 Dr Pierces C Jen Medical Discovery been ne ii Pusuc ArrRov rind has sold more Frdly Is s laity years than any other blood purifier and toaask atmotherIloIkI and Iiusunt Tbo Thacovuy P1iot4 hsn put ss se 4y lest council to bouat what I floolrd IcoWIaftteCOftUL e4 r 11lllCo Pannt Pellets ePe WANTa jowl 1 yaiMcesf MorebANKERS IralorsoDRAtGHONS Colleges than adore aMithea ness colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges in 18 Stats IntenaueMdrefweaAiecB- aoklar t Trieelt1sr2eswssstIr EaclUb 8pclltarAritk l Lii r IuiwElitE aaxlllarr kraatar Und uateMMMMbia it Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over Ho MiSMir Ttotu W ntme United States say that Draughons ifrs bookkftficrs aad kfnfArt j ew System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good poritione ae the yeenl our 25 to 50 per con In rorkand worry taking Draughoas Heat Stwhr f Shorthand Practically all U S offi CATALOGUE For pHeee ii hseeai court reporters write the System of BY NAIL rrrite Jwo F PftJMNMKNt orthan Draughon Colleges teach President Nashville Taia Fer weats Why Because they know it is Ihe best talogue oa course AT COLLEGE wHaf RAUGUONS PRACTICAL BUSINSCOLLa6Is- ltvuh or Msse1Ia KeavP4TaisrPeskv arlinasulNi The EveningPost and NewLqi both one year for 350