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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 7 a- 4i b0fl1N1483 w r ul iIEW SERESYOL No 23 WASHINGTON COUNTY JULY 13 1916 SIIOOjEIYtAI L TatThank 1DoYou Give Her t 4w m tehe ipent a long hot hour get DfIt And you thought it was V fine meal But did you take a econdtoteHhersoii watching you enjoy her cokin thatsbe didnt eat much herbelf Notice women who du the cool I log iu hot weather and ouJ1 havent much appetite But mo was quick to see whe you needed a second telprngLMaybe when you finished you lighted your garandd picked up the paper and went out to tile front porch Ahd jott rtell perfectly complacent in jtbe assurane that you had com I pleted a good days workIJut her work was riot doneI iShe had to go out into the stuff kitqbeu and spend another hou 0over the teaming dishpan x And she didnt even get a tip for her trouble INothatshe wanted it What sbe wanted was something like this L Gee Flo that was a dandy thissifWhat will sour litte word off t appreciation mean to her The Difference between teaT 5h and smiles over that measly dishS pan the difference between a song mixed ith the rattling i dishes and ft Lob hidden by the of the kettles Such a little thing for you ttoC say so much for her to hear Warren are like that Do vou ever stop to think man that un less you take a little pains to putt some juy into the life of tli worn in who is your wife sheI isnt going tohave any too much i ofJtf Louisville Herald Every time a an starts inIbusiness lor himself he learn a IIt of things he would rather uotknows A Bargain Feast I I r 1 Hope Cotton Tcheap at toe t sale price per jard I Gojtton worth 8 He orlee ner yard I I Bleachedjp4 Sheeting market vali li334C sale price yard Unbleached 94 Sheeting market e I value 3Oc sale price yardM 3cI t I yard I Apron Ginghams mlue 8c I sale price yard I I GinghamsIFew Pieces Percale wdrth isc sale price per Jardaleauuful Figured realval I2c sale price yard Special Price I on 9x12 Matting Rugs 7r i 7w vj i TIlE c NE1S=LEADI3R J 1 f tIt i t w j SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 4they The Rise of Womens Club The recent convention of the Federation of Womens Chubs in New York ad vor lisas anew the reinarltabe development of wom ens social activities As Rev Percy Stickney tod the woman womansDtubFhasqueen Departed are the glories of heI social saloon w th its snob load ompynextravagances Ve will gVant- that society of the old form was not without grace and re fining inf nona 5 whore intellectuality erpeoJallyII nlwasnlt in the presence of society of the old type was to bo guilty of an indecencyrBut in the last decade the womans club was practically oc capied the whole field Woman first monopolized tho high school and the secondary Woman then monopolized the magazines and the books It uponlIand she is now queen of the Lt lmentmoldlug social force When modern society out grows political parties it will govern through social and com m unity clubs The delegationII f goyerumenjt to r will not serve Icracy as well as it has served the past olgarohy The neigh borhoods the groops tho comI- munities will express themsolv in clubs We find partisan rue place tp the nonpartisan fn muI mcipalities But all would chdos were there no means of bejj using and articulating public senlimentThe club is the thing the womans club the park the- utirage club the educational 8 G 1 1 1 1 I fi1 XXXII scouring colleges 6c 6c oltf the art Hub and the nurs ing club Aiuionj men tihora iat present ho such lively intolleotual activ ity as among W sit SJwtrjffiL weighty Tnattors of government land culrure As a result the elflb written Iravo a much gcasp of the larger affairs of than the average man has Anyone who does not compre hend the tremendous force of th wqinens clubs is in a state mantal poverty Lexington Loader r The business nmn of Aluu drew up a petition asking tlp city council to appoint a to hang evory min Iiiister 51 gospel in town He amongigen including many Influential bankers mercimiits and mann And twenty of thorn signed it Sfow thfiy oxplain i nk that they didnt know what tlloy demur Noedlss to say they dont want tohang tho proachers They simply signed that paper without reading it through And it is a striking proof cf the assertion the circuS lation of the petition sot out to prove that the American man will sign almost anything The docnmant of course was carefully baited It started out with the usual array of where ds n asking the city council to adopt an ordinance excusing tho ministers from pay Ing a sanitary tex The last paragraph con tained a little jjoker in the form Of an explanation 4tlmi ia order to gain immunity from tax tiba ministers would have to be banged Messenger Thp and Louis villa Post one year for l5O X Ir V BlGqzm I CLEARANCE SALE I i a 1 0 f Spring and Summer Goods i I I p IHoosier I per I Lawns i the giving Only Unti- lSaturdayNigW c 27c 25c lOclOc lOclOc Extra Special 250 bettor life the were the Good assortment Scotch Lawns worth 7Yc sale price yaid Extra good size jetton HuCk Towel size 20x40 value i2tfc for Turkey Red Damask real value 3 jC Ale price yard Big assortment Shirtlnu Cheviots value 1Jk German Dyed for Bungalow Apnans worth 651 snle priso s Diveses worth 650 IChildrs Corset Coyerti regular value 350 saleprlie Gowns regular price 650 sale price regular Irice1ias1Gowns Ie price A lot oi New Style Vhite Lawn Waists worth io for Remember stiliofferi JoyMen Hanging PreacheYsj Birmingham jciomraiitce Ifaotuers arbnsying Owensboro XewaLerder Ii l 5aj tOe III 25c 10c i8 50c i50c 23c 1 49c I i9BI aolgates Talcum Powder worth 250 sale price only r ts 15c Cart ekeIIColgates CakeCLARKSWe have only a few of tliese Rugs left and Iwill have no more this season at this price weI I I I ana eparate Skirts at Reduced Prices LinoI IiMiss HalfPrice Deep Cut In Prices of IMENS CLOTHING tIIisNO TROUBLE TO snow GOODS IIR f I The RoberfsonClaybrooke Cor 1 T t-New Facts About The Army J clArkiCaps ers Tobaeci issued every Weolc Supply company never drills Army rifle wephs 73 pounds Pour inch gun veiglis5 tons Artillery buglers mukt know 70cttlls Coldtea is army dr ntCjon tine march v Dtans are no longer popular army rations iDHcn infantry man aagcies QOi bullets t mjtj Leatlrar pultees areyybrn only Ifbyf Artillery has hardesile je test for recruits I1 It takes six months tb train d cavalry horse i Engineers mu bedJo tb tie 43 ddT rent knots 1 Oilicgrs pay for tlpir own cquipnieut and uniform 1 Mounted scouts cc llSp1ior for culling buried wfre Captain acts almost entirely throuLs his tirst srg3pLt Mounted scouts arofVmessen gers for rogimetttal o ioers Supply company is feast ann ed carrying only revolvers Artillery horse cqflars are made of stool lined wifli ziiip Each Hhurpnell rdll h lds from 252 lo 285 load bjuflets Takes fourteen horsfej to pull a otionRookias commands in three days Restahraitts are pad 75 cents adayforeaolnmansbard Soldiers are require to sleep from 10 p in until qm Regulation shoes at 2 made ofr liorBehide Are wato proof Corporals and servants are the ouly noncpramlssl ned oRble ers Slogan of artillery K Horses drSt equipment socncl men last 1 Only Biblasuppliedioach regil went is one carried Llm chap Iain q Each battalion of tit lory cat ries tHree miles o tolephouo wire No medals may bel worn on field service J Thirty rainutosaftaja man ap plies to tho reqrultiiif officer he is a fullfledged soldipr = Right dros4 meijis put your Vft hand on hip tujn lined to right and get in iimr Ertdi company ha coppany flag inscribed wiUiVfroglmontal numberand comp n luttpr Armed soldier always salutes when he passes Uujjtod States f ag unarmed soldier removes htt Ct inmanding ortiojurs give ad v tubing and retreatitfg orders lot siuad by gnaling vith hands flOBO bulets usC iii rifIeI have a killing rangef if Clireci miles Gun is held att I5digifae ange Ofiloer ofday ii4ap poiir ad each day Is rspon4iIe Ion en forcementof orders ind ruloslnI camj Lirgo flags of ih fun try ara called colors sm Ijor flag3 of cavalry and artlllor Are culled standards TakeA two years qr enginodr i U llearn till duties h iltiding sur vegint map making ibrid u an it road building and s1 putting Eight kinds of Dialing are used vireloss rut immne tolo graph flag sunaiiiore hoiio grapnbugle and Asile Any omcor is IfJ e for pun ialunjnt foofaiiurcj reTurn ihe Salute Xf jrivatugotlier sub ordinate It Is an it 4iiso for fri vats to stvluto tfo lomuiission ed ofttcffis Watch ThS Bees Onttle pahers ittgQ have no fear of pasturing U ir cat lee n white olovor field l lat are Ire quented by hone en A dis patce from Kalmon says Tie farmers of Peiifcljton county have lost no boat by feeding ou catLlfOIn when the Held s the bpes but the fields hhl ihcd by the bees have proven ffital with the cattle The farlp jfrs now before turning Lh09stocle ia on white clever lnto see if the Does are on it if not they keep their aiail uut or their UjlUi and Ithey have adopted tuat d they have notiobt any stocl f om bloat dcKentuckyHumoristSees ItI asKontpckyisflsstAmericanoimatioally but politically onlyi t iis situated just south of lheaithy repartee bolt und is sthoI oratedl from Ohio Indiana aidnfl rifopis by me Ohio river wliicli is often swum by minority del agates Ju Keutuekyl ciuctisesev eviCodluritcysuffragette shoe arid is of mo IOium size about No lun an EDo lastl It was settled by Daniol vo3oonerifle in 1700 and the Dauiol Bcone method of settlement is still piously nmintulnod in most lpafttf of the state in ai imp r latlt questions I KtUiuchy is wonderful fertile rogiot and huge rops are raised whenever tho inhab tuiits have lime The state is full pi fast lhorses beautiful wonoh tine xviiiskey and rod hoi men It hhasnt much of a population con t sideriug its size but iit ouu d have had twice as much tftho early Kentuckitin had bean water shootI1cj l other over politics In Tennessee and over cards in Texas and as a recreation in Chicago but in Kentucky crops politics abet funnily quarrels are all fatal The result is that In sui ii dis tricts the Kentuokiah who dies In bed with his boots off is sat uboti by the coponor who tries to find the ropson Kentucky ralijfJ6 more tobacco than any other stile when the tugut ruler dcsent ride Tin night ride isl a snrt of a liuman boll weevil which gets into the drops and ruinsthum with a hoe ld It travels in crowds aiyi it brave v thandpoueril is unarmed The fu d is s another Kentucky disOase which Inns put a sad crimp into the pop ulatiun The lurid nourishes in the uiountuins of oast ru IKen tucky vihcu the railroad add ii public library do not intrude genertionlhmily wets another feudist in a oar a row alley and the second foudist tto refuses to sidalrpok the first feudjist shuois him TJIioii theja tiSOfltim feudist of tIne firs part nndl the nophcw of the feudistof the first part shoots the on Dud second cousin of the foudibof tine second part and the brother inlaw and uncle by marriage orEI the feudist of tho second psrL1i tctcha id sister aal cousin by marriage tiofc lurch and fill them so lull of Jead h it they htiye to be taken home on a tuok Taking hoJ fCtutiIl cowork id a poorhouse jbi Bob Burdclts Advice lv Young man gut away from theJ trowd awnil UIH thintr Stand j un ono side and lot tho world run a by while yop gp ucquninted with t yourself and sro what kind of aJ fwllotv you ro Ask yourselfrt otlrseltlAifyouaror reedy tho manner ttmm you siy you ate and if you JsHuueJ i i75c WAY ONE tnilfit your rifois as good and uptight at 11 oclock at night as It is at roon if you are good a temperance man on a 1iing excursion as you are on Sund ay Schgol picnic if you I tbeIinI nyour lather hopos you 81 rsolfr mPf of orestAosnwlli bt a stronger and purer man nt 0rej this and it will do ugood Rules For Dragging Dirt Roads rlhe following rulps are giveij by the ilhiioia Highway m issIon ComI Use a light drag I Halt it over th4road at an angle so that a tmull amoujitot earth isppsh l to the center f tho mail Drive the teanj at a walk Ride on the drap donot walk tileIroad returning up the opposite side t Drag the road as soon after every rain as possible but not vlien the mud is in such a can dition as to stick to the drag Do not drag a dry road Drag whenever possible at all seasons of the year Always drag a little earth to ward lliOiCetittir ofthe r iad un til it is raised from 10 to 12 inch es above Ute egdesof the travel eell way If the drag cuts too much shorten tho hitch Tho amount of eath that the rntgwlll qafry along can bera ucnsidorably ccntroied by i driver according HS be ands near the cutting end or t away from it t When the roads are first drag t ged after a very muddy spell the wagons should drive if poisibe tt hasllaThe best results rrom dragging are obtained only by repeated I tlHet tl utluin is necessary to maintain n onrlh road iiflts best rn Contitltl Before And After The members of tlieerib were h ug yarns when a quietman tt m corner was asked tocon- t tribuLaJt Well said he I once en ered a restaurant where they wolghjou before eating and tyout ead aud WitS charged 5 shilliuLS he next liuioI wont I t note in y pockobs bricks weights old 111 and such like I Wit 8 weighed and thiGh went up stairs and had a banquot three ti mtlS as big as tine last A HOI gottiiig rid of tile ballast I weut down nd was woighed again but they couldnt tqake jt outSlie paused Uciuldnt mike whut outt Why answered the quioll lUnnI liey owed mo fonr andj tupince London TitBits foLEYS1IDEYCUREa J = jNEW AUTOMOBILE EI l IIIISPRINCFIELD and LEBANONJJ 1 1llf 11i As wo have the ooutriictfor carrying tim mail youa f I can depend on us guing Rain or Shine Wo are equipI to tied with new Maxwell and end ottisatod will endeavor to givo our patrons the best service possible SVuanfoFhave Cars to IISire and partiedesiring to a tr and want u nice car Good Livery iin CQnnectionI I pIILeave Spriigileld Leave Lebanon 8 urn amic2 pm 1030am and 3 45 pm LI I 1kIf jThos Shader Manager 1- Ii1IlR IiIIJ 2 I iIIuIIuuuIoIuuuIIIIuuiI t I I Saves Health i t and 1111re l Saves Money and MakesBetterFooda N Horses PJainly Evident The need bf about 500QO hordes in the United States Army and Secretary Bakers call for thoroughbred horses for officers aad cavalry in mine army calls attention again to Kentuckys neglect in breeding pure blooded horses needed for this purpose To improve conditions ten thoroughbred stallions were placed in different parts of the S taltwlthn the aid of thfe Ken tucky Racing Commision rnd tho Department of Animal Hus AgriItelr sons ought to be of cn aioerab d value in improving toe horse of Kentucky The larD ri of Kentucky are imlpand with mean at hand and the demand for pure bred horses strongly mpbasizd again it i Icsvary probable tat they wi cjiauge their old policy and turnIt i prOjnKLrlelr t Reports jshow there isa scarci tbeJStthis disadvantage and in a few years the average breed of lien tucky horses as well as show Ting arid track stodk will be much better than at the pressnt imet Com iuiqnera SaleOf Stock Wiamhjatham HqPlff uityJoeBy virture of Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1916 in proceedtongfleJd Ky ON MQDAYJULY24 1916 nt 116 oclock pm or thereabout being county court to the highest bidder inIlOne blqck horse inulo about 3 years ld named Ike one black horse m le bout 4 yJara old named Bill one bay mare about 4 years old named Gray one black cow about 7 years old nanied Black together with their increase Thd above described property will bo sold to satisfy alien debt on same for the sum of 30216 of date May 24r 1915 subject to a credit of 10000 of date January 17 HUG with interest to July 241916 amounting to 22112 Cost estimated 4000 Total to be raisod 926112 purchaserIor surety mut execute bond bearing tlegal interest from date of sale until rptlld and having the fOrce and effect Judgment Bidders will be ofIcomply promptly with these I c F DOSLEY MC W C C armers To Tend Vropt For Me In The Array iJt The growth of Line cooperAfeye spirit amoug farmers of Ken tucky is burneout in the decision by husbandmen in several secjj jons of the Slate that they wiltI Wlloluvetroops arid are oil their way toi ward tne Mexican burder Growing enps w I be tendiJ L timethecrop L will be boused for tbe abwat men Suchgenprout ofwiiart appreciated by the man who JUM gto to the front by thOH S l pendent upon him and bj Vltk those who bear of ItrThis merely marks aiotbrs forward hohasm ytitby a socailtd stubborn htmlde him always fiebt alnunion lies strenftli tWihtftr i era of Kentucky are rrofrl c tstronger every year A better I understanding of the big prwlk ems facing him whlcfc JiM resulted in a luge mnaijr fri B payiug hteJ to tbe tfltcitliiiKl and experimental burAM astIious to hnlp him II pltxiiaf 1M farmer ib the torerrot Walt Muoa PItihspkr The tapmeriI1 ItM a field and whiathjs M iigM Twaa thus 9tspieledw Paw poets ever piMM cross I Ita the rockytanior hibor fing with ruytv tool iiibM back or arm Burns w M INonly farmer bard I caa rtmtm her now and he believed tlM klhisl ilffarmer lift lila voice iti it song except when at day shift be ImrC tlMrusedosyyryb3ues und 1 put up a tbouenitil g ax where 1 turned IOOMOMM tax 1before1 many errands to pars e be JHW fltithotosing Heonlywkthi now and then wjieH be cstdW call the dug to ch e 1iNti- the corn again some sjrajrboe headed hog HIare iize UJOH the sky to note Uw wsgi fd Igrowingkin vines and droath irlll kill the beans and pea ht pimitW ia the spring and UilakittfW ithings like hHl he falls mile aad sing C 4Acalling upon a grocer the MMI day when a poor M WMMUT tered soliciting alms TS grocer wishing to play ajoto e tho traveler told tMe KMMT s- ask the master at Ute sstime pointing to tbe M MHM The traveler was ifcaiiarMntck llillIMaliIbis very ImaUatire this poor tfMui a ttMrilrIMlti of the till dTbe KM W paW Robert W Jbeir lemeti1 of K8Dt kj MLW IZMrsq the nInt M iMeMte p4tta IMP been name4 tokA Uw IIJIJejr J campaign juiueePss WIcA mi N 4AELR- i pnip4cFjr I JIUI MVgMY TIIUIUWAY MNESl m JOSEPH POUN Kdiiorp and Publisher 4 Elerea at the Springfield Ky lOlt lleoiB joondcla mall matter Lt4sLYr News t Vi 1 FRANCE r The capture of the whole of the Germans first system ol defense on a front of nearly sghi miles after ten days and nlglilsof continuous fighting Is announced in tbe official report from British headquarters in France The number of prLo orllbken fxceed 7500 Tiie British have finally captured the fiercely contested town of Con I taimaison after desperate day and night fighting and are now holding tbe town against all the Germau counter attacKS This importance the Germans have attached to this position may be measured by the tact that they recently threw the Prussian Guards into the fighting at this point The British are also in ppsassion of the greater part of recapItared niarly the whole of Tronea Wood r EASTERN FRONT More than 271000 prisoners have been taken during Gen lJrlua offs drive on the Eastern front according to an official report The Russians now are l within twenty miles of Kqvel VXilJabandita t MEXICO who attacked 4 Uj rranza garrisons at Rosario and Farrali were replusud with heavy losses according to the statement made at Chihuahua 0ity 1fajGeD Bliss assistant chief ot std has been ordered tpithe border to inspect The bor der camps t Gen Oaths has ordered the disbanding pf 4000 Mex can vol r nntfcers siaiiuned south of Doug lM IAriz w airViewcp Mra Joe BOdIne1 of near Mand pent Friday with Irs George t4BodinoTho farmers in this section wejre Klad to see such a nice rain Friday It seems tnat it only t Irained In spots Hope next time VtVjh1 rtin in allV FD Ch atbam was In Spring t UelrfSaturday JotQhite a number of the young folks from here attended the party given by Mrs Pearl Ire tland at her home near Midway Saturday eveningV wjfciilev Adams and Mrs Adams ad Mlm Hnp Willtuns dined vi li vr nil h Vtae Sunda rI II cIft It 1 aw tire v nprin s to isii uua Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred htmlniro and little daughter Suanna visit ted ihe Utlera parents Mr L H Hardin at Willisbnrg Miss BUHI Colman visited Miss Zula Weekly at Midftiy be latter part of last week Mrs Howard Lewis has ra turned home ftera visit to liar sister Mrs George Grlgsby Those that attended church at Mt Zion Sunday and dire vfth Mr and Mrs D Humphrey wore and1MrsVivian Tatum of VaH0y Bill Herbert kooliigof Booker und Roy Eddleman of Mt Zkn and Misses Martha Moore BuHUi Coleman Sarah Hays and visi tor Lillian Humphrey of Nelson county Katliyrn Grigsby and little sister Roxie A nnai Eva Cbeatlitrn and Maistar Rn dall Moore All reported a nice timeV a Putting up hay while the W shines and picking blackberries is all the go at prosont Miss Mary Cbeo ham is visit leg Mrs Riuhard Bodlne fttria week Celebration To LastV Five Days The Celebration of the fiif hundreth anniversary of the laying of the rnerstono nftbu Cathrednl of St Joseph Bdfds town will bo begun iitfxi Sunday and continje tivo days with ceremonies that will attract the attention of the whole oolt try and members of all rejigious do mnrksltcathredal in the United Stttes and the first west of Lbs Alleg hens Mountains where tlio Ri Rev Benod ct J seph PUg t bishop of the doc s of Bard town afterward Louisville ruled spirruulv the whale of the Northwest country Tbousunds pf people from LajuisviUe and the surrounding Cuntry2as welt as many from distanttptIr s of the United States will trend the celebration Cluof inerest npxt Sunday centers in thajub iiee sermon to bo preached by t u Must Rev Joiin Jt Gtemir I D1 A chbish n of St LQUj1 one of the countrys must ulo quent pulpit uratt rj The opening of the palebctation next Sunday will bq kuovn as Bishop Flagot day The iptfn mal will begin with a pohllBci l high mass at 10 oo1o k sunrg bJ the Rt Rev Edmund M QJjreth 1Jcth1Hemani Giennon will preach tha saWmon In the evening there wrtl be 5 r l Praise Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Women from the Atlantic to the Pacific from all sections ViD this great country no city so large no village so small Vbut that some woman has written words of thanks fort health restored by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Glim 2 pound No woman who is suffering from the ills pcciiaiar 111 t rctn11dyja trial Is it not reasonable to believe that what it didsfor Vthese women it will do for any sick woman I- J t tV Wonderful Case of Mrs Crusen I i of Bushnell III r niyVtharriao was caused by exposure when a YOW11 girl MVrVJ Vbeen housework of all kindS and I have done milkingin the ooLs1RtV snow when I was too young to ronlizo that it wuult hurt zueVVV suffered very much with bearing down pains in my back and mcli mtaerablo pains across me and was very nervous and generally iuiV down in health but since I havo taken lydia E Finkhaina Vegetable Compound my back never hurts me my nones are stronger arid I f am gaining in health everyday I thank you for the great beii IV have received from your medicine and if my letter will oencflt uf fering women Iwill be glad for youto print it Mrs JAMB Cmavxv tBtshnell Illinois n1I VIVjtV A Grateful Atlantic Coast Woman 1 iO HbD DON MEI feel it a duty lOWe to nil suffering woman to OtieIf ar ago I ipund myself aterrible sufferer I had pains In bot lJIdea oud SUch a soreness I could scarcely straighten up at timaaj ily back ached I had no appetite and was so nervous I could not deep O thetlI would be so tired mornings that I could scarcely gcfraroatjd IuoperateitloLandlOOlI feltUke a newvoman I had rio pains sltpt welt had good LPPeUte and was fat and could do almost nil my own work for a fain 1 eil19f four I shall always feel that I owe my goOO health to your 10 icne HAwABD Sowzns Hodgdon ltlaineV d VegetableI2 rcmeclCoreJIIiIWIM19 jM Ce to herself If she does not try this fn uetIM made fro roots and herbs it Me4 re4 so many goffering women tobenltji I KWriHtoLYDIAEPlmrUAXXEDlOINEOO k If WSWb61L la strict confidence r c psaVL v h Va u III flV Ih Kvr DVJP hi pl1V Si ate d tn r ju Hula opening oc ctipyiug Hie Kmfi ihroneJtpon which iba Hrst btsbop of the dio case the veerbIe Plaget him svlf so 6ii t sat VV PIANIST BUILT A CLAVICHORD Admiration for Bach Was Young Mans Inspiration In Its Construction A longing to hear and to play tho aansla of Bach an tho clavichord the Instrument on which Bach played and composed his music led Frank M Watson twentytwo years old a Jack son musician to build one of those in struments and to build it under such a handicap as would cause tho aver age personto despair a Jackson cot roBpondont of the New York World writesVTwo years ago Watson Went to Boston and studied for a year at New Eng land Conservatory of Music There he acquired a technical knowledge of the piano and kindred instruments whjch enabled him to build a reproduction ol the clavichord an instrument whlch has not been used for 200 years from 1InMichigan there is a clavichord built lin the time of Bach but knowledge of this Instrument did n6t cane to young Watson until he had practically completed the clavichord on which Tie was working However he made a trip to Ann Arbor and not only Inspected Instrument at close range but puttheI In repair With the exception of or two Uitaks he found that the dav chord bvUtbjr lila hands was corredt and details which were wrong were ol a minor nature Potash and Phosphites Tho agricultural department of tht University of Illinois has published another report dealing with the son of ibis state aad the fertilisers whici they need This now Investigation like the last shows that Illinois farm era need net worry about potash With the exception of swamp lands our soils have all the potassium salts they need and the addition of moro la a sttnu lant rather than a food What Illinois land usually dOts lack Is phosphorus and the United States has a plentiful supply of phosphate rock Title is good news to farmer who had been taught that the lack ol Gorman poUsh would cut down thou crops It tends likewise to stimulate an American Industry which was be lag hMden behind clever foreign ad vortlaUg By the time this war it over America will know how mMcb potash fertiliser It really needs and what the stuff is worth on tho soiL Chicago JournaL Tenant Defense LeauesV The workars war emergency coin mitteo of Great Britain In cotisld eratlon of the Increase of house rents throughout the country are organic lag oonfereneea to be held in all tin chief Industrial centers within toe next few weeks with a view to form leg toaaat SefAMo leagues Tbea leagues are to organize the ten atr with tko object that they shall refvsr to pay the increased hoOeVtS situ lug the war It has beet Indicated that the govemmont woald take so lion against the abusive den o landlords bat tth irorkera war omen gency oonmlttee will carry out their present plaNe Dawn Near Armontlerci One 41 the most poignant memories It may be that I have brought back from the war is the unearthly beutj- ofthe dawa In that low country writes n British captain in the Atlantic Monthly Morning after nornlwg I watched It aad the vxmder nevei coAsed water mirroring willows inc the silvery sky stood ever in thasfore groaaeU the low farm looses lay aye tortoise the battered church war whole again With the tan light allt an awfck oaed world the picture wai eomaMHinkwe e in the half light tnd the aHenealtB beauty seemed the oat ipiriteal clemeat in a ravaged world IEEPSVCflCKENS AT VORK Chicago Man Employs Unleuc DevtaV to Inereasi Production of Eggs During tno Geld Weather A raeMent of Ohlcago Is report i w bava rieed a wajr to keep his rhlrlL eke up their work durlug th wIn- ter naaaaii WhOVthe short days hAVe an undesirable efffMt on the irdUC tioH ot1 lys plan Is to provide j his eWekwltla arttflrjai light tr work by and be his iBtallrd sfrltIot electric Ufhts fn his scheme at ronflac lo the Electrical Hcvl w At six in tile morning turn on r the HWltch and tbefowIset up ihlnk Ing tthi dajrHght The light aleIturned of at daylight whoa the bora Jowls are Just aristiiK At tour tba llaU are turned on again and 1 titer are kept pine until nine atI night when tnrn out all exrppt the two eaMlevo 7ir lamps Thee Pre Juet sffficient light to give the aa sNna of aeak amt the fowls hagte- revaCgoing o I ave the small leaps jilt all night o that if my of the fawla want to get up at liiKht to ieat they can da so Cloven days af the lights ftore installed tbe dally Jumped from Z6pCKI to 13 Iter the noltlQg season under the cvatoai when most ql the food was going to foathecs Instead of eggs had only 11 IPa day Now I gel a day duringthe moll season Uy sty metbod I keep the chickens thinking they art getting ihe saaie amount of daylight all Use year andV I am keeping them the timeP rou4jj JuntoireyoM perso Jlr 1Rt ed jWttaeaej Ju41Wbt can rOD say aa to bla reputation for veracity Wltjttst Wail your konor he was once alit laserance aUnt alld JHigs That will dti Case dls missed ApprcctatlenI man tud der night rishtBBUck in de act o running olt wld muk wife stated Broth or Tolly TlnkuniVV Well uhgopd Lawd salt What did yo dor Aw I plaudod do scamp good and DlqntyIwV SSS IIUF UT t io4 VlCOVft4YCI at New ark j t When astamshQjoi had excavated pit in connection jwlth some grade crosslng work aaz4ew York it ex atIil1fuhorsubway and then t und Jed Itself out on theThostory Is told In Engineering News which calls It a trio of rosourcof ulaeBs in operating a sleamshovol We bend The shovel t 1was used In making the secOnd jcjut In a sootlonof the gradecrossing Imlnation work which the Lpng Island railroad hasV had under iway f9r the last three years In Edt New York When this section of tho second cut had been finished the disposition of the shovel presented something bfva problem tlwould not do tollfl it out of the cut because tho slopes might slide nor could it bo tacked out by tbo way it had entered because of tho timbering In the rear The tour tubes of tho tunnel had been completed to a point where the second cut on this sec Uon biganIt was decided that the simplest way of moving tie sbovol to the surface was tojUve It dig its own way down to ono of the concrete tubes the floor ofnyifch was 22 feet below the floor of Ihe second cut and then to run tho sbtpvpl l out to tho porV the track iftld insldo the tubeV 1talonspoil handIdJ by the shovel aiw order to keep tl rater distributed Orob1lrnlnisHovel was remn4v d and the sb vet skidded on limbj down an fS per cent grade Walti r H Oahagan the contractor state hat tho entire op oration was perft mod without any particular dlmeutISOLDIERS DRIVAT GOLGOTHA And Armed Afrc raft Hover Over Satred Betide e n and the Mount of lives Armed airship nil aeroplanes ara continually turin vor tho birthplace of the Prince of taco at Bethlehem rcordng to the oto aus Zion The Messenger from teaL a newspaper published in Pal plu by a Swiss mis sionary Nearly I ia entire lImy Land has been trans med into a mill jSoWlorsj on the Mount olives at Golgotha 1anel Jerusalem ho English Preach RussianV tvents have been turned Into barrages and between Jo dea and Jerirhoji hero transportation was by mule pajj in the days when Christ came to bri ig peace on tlarthI n road In bl constructed for arraore U motor jIrsVLong columns itt buffaloes driven by Arab peasants abj r haullpg carts lead ed with powder projectllos and other pupplies for tho Turkish army along palIoattnei thejTttrklhview IeVannhar 1tek upon 1L1L Light Inlfriederh War tIFrom hat hapeen said It ftWpeaYs that Ute new arsif flghtinf with light Is both Light U IB muck natter oat a a OftflnllverdrJ Bt 8 IsI SUet we Ullt leant won repreeents exactly the prabtom that Uncle Sum fs now tWing to JIIIh lavteiblllty Is lite keraoUioX mod era warfare To vin the flgMttig man mist not be M3a by his a4ve s iry TIenc the leveio meot of nightlight lag Never In thp history of war has the surprise attafk cut so teraa fig ure as in the p3a nt ronffkt Dark nex for such ijirpmie8 ts the best kelp A vintage la taken cf the cover of night for the Inlinince of large bod lea of troop fort hank movements forth enplitcing tl artllfery tor tbo construction of tjtwsr for the bringing up of munitioni The Zeppelins are uizhtbirtIL4V Vncr ituv Are you baldh ded why so Th irei no reason for 1 Fasting wilt make your hair grow This Is according to a horailt who w found hung In Van Corttahdt park York He told the ewurt that h Itad been tasting for jelrfl ftG pu 1 Before hiq fast which had last 13 days ho saW his belfry as Id as a blllianl ball Now look atand he pointed to the topV of his fad which WaS coy ered with aIenss oj lair that would have ma him ellgJWJ to aiiy ftllAaierlcan fo JU team Ajecordlni to the hermit t the baldhs sled tnao Allows his In HrtlunH tbe lama a Pest row at a airal comedy will ni more ronslvt nothing but nude rtomii Tt Iji1 rtitrtlona Lire lit the n flrlak about two quarts of wale day do not eat any rood Nix on eats If any bald headed pompon 4s tide ays the her mil la a coup1 qf months his think ling apparatus rbsowblo that o- fJteiuCosa1 j Be It r So Humble Witen war br e out In IfcKopo a Bn vannah negro d beNt doug t bone rsttlthg i43o umplng set in ono of the London m d balls sad like the Oeotfla negro o told Judge Latsba la Kansas city released honould go m far that It would take 9 to send hint a postal d he wanted to get back homeV AJong with at Iscellaneous company of Americans watf besieging the AaMrlcan oons ate when a southern er In the crowj noticing him said Nigger whatVV e you doing hero Wheeling wi the light of discovery in Ida eye Ilaji s replied MFo Gods saJta boss sifii ills nigger to tit back to el Geogy j ttlso hungry I cn heah de pok ebo CQHluICoU1 Weekly SROILAN The first tun aseful aeroplane was made by the gist broWHoraof Day ton 0who n ide their ev rmom orabfo flight atKitty Hawk N C in December lijOS tof three years after that timid were but two men who could fly Wilbur and Orvillo Wright Since A906 the advance has bqan plrnomenalas the present European war clearly proves The future of the bdronlonc no man cn tell J T swVVA5 hl VVtijr1 triJdIj For the tow who would rather steal than wark ifc is seuiiiK harder mil the time says the Btrrafegbaai AgHoraldTake case of the thlof who broke Intoa photographic studio in Dcllovlllc Ml the other day From the viewpoint of tho prowler a photo graph shop ought to be mile safe for the plying of his trade Nothing dangerous than the oheniicale would be oxpoctcd in mirh a placd and likewise II little of value to any save tho photographer t izid lie found there But the ownet of the atmlo In IJollo vlllo had boon fearful of robbery for some tine Therefore he iastalled an automatic dovico to photograph the iiiterior o his studio at stated InterP vald the device being ordinary burglar alarm apparatus Now thd photographer is out consid stable photographic supplies but be is able tp furnish tho police the Very II best kind of a description of the thief In fact bo turned over several photf graphs of tho burglar at worcons of which shows him in tire act of putting a Ions late hie pocket Once the thief is caught there fhould- be no difficulty in proving Ills guilt the photographs being powerful though lillenl WltnosssVHerein is n suggestion which may well bo taken advantage of by manu facturers of burglar alarm apparatus for If It worked so wail in the photographic studio it might provo effec tive isa protection to bank vaults and other repositories of valuables Its hard on the thlof of course but then burglary is getting rather un popular as an occupation anyway WISE AND HUMANE PROVISION Uncle Sam From This Time On Will LookAfter the Bankers HUh VertoNegiected Thoso who brave the dangers ot storm tog sad icebergs of that old rated svbmaiao piateau oat of Capo Cod wborf the bankers seek tho cod aro xo be looked after by Uaclo Bam The men of lisp big ftehing fleet which puts off from the New England coast from GloSceeter Boston New bUryp tt apd Portsmouth lead ex istences which are dangerous to bod ily health and even to life Itself The flflklng craft which seek the cod hake halibut and other deepsea ground fish on the Georges have men Iiger facilities for men who become 1I1e and the usual procram has been that when a man jot sick he lied to stay sick and takeklo cbnncelot ro covory being out of reach of phI clans says the New York Press edl torially Ina single ne M 9 maRl boats and lives are lost with nut fierz i more of men injured sThb national government IISB placed the coast guard cutter Androscoggin at the disposal of fishermen that nay become sick or disabled and the Unit ed States public health urea has fitted out the boat Itk hospital appli ancos and Attings A very thoughtful and attentive looker after the welfare and safety of Americans is L7nele Sun becoming in many different ways stid directions lsT PETER THI FIRST POPE t Traditionsof the Reman Catholic Church So Record Title Once Given to All Blsrieps Acntii to the trailUion of tbe Ilotnrfn CaUfcolic ihurch St Pettir was the fowiderolt the chanlr ami itsfirst pap Both the eecWiastu and hit teaaoral authority formerly exerctaed 4Htd stilt claimeii Hy tlho pope of libme are heM to of die vine ajtpoitnnt t and to harf been- banded dova in hrOkenCfltltnI1i1yV front apostolic time fo Hie prcMHit Ige IMer the apj He itzirtet1wag indicated by Chrit hiimff aa superior to the rest of the twelve in the faith and spiritual dis em meat sod M the oae of tlflflllltr intttltIwtqDtormit1i rontpnaMH bj Paall it said to have gone w IHNM after ChfistV lath and loan a church over vlijc he presided ae ils bishop fur i ytaf from 41 D to 67 A ILrvizstu- ally aHfferiof UMtrtyrdom in tthe same year aDd as the same day as sC Paul in the persecution un lr XTO The title pope was at one tune given to nil bishops IItt first 4eittlii UYl in ltJ A I and im OM lioniface III imlncwj rhoc X OstjKfor of the KaM to roiw tine it io thepelatfs ot HOHIP AXiet compiled tram the njjisUM lIt il Itouuui dmrcb fives MIRe uff taJjJ poniiflfo REALTY MEN AIDED BYWAil Mlllfons Are Being Spent for uw York Rentals In Pie c of Qalng t Europ- Aftar balancing taU rental accounts recently brokers tbionghnat tbe uHri ashkmabla distrltt estimated that more than 1Ooee will be paid for Manhattan bpnies during the coming season by fawlllas that usually make their abode in Europe the Nw YArk World Etfefl their aggregate liv lug expenses for the year are placed near S 9MOeo moat of which WIN be spent In New York More than 2JW such families bavcr rented RpartraenV or private dwolfe ings during the put few moatb The have paid on average of SlujN yearly rental some paying as hip as I25WO Their competition for llax uriottd living quarters has forced nor mat prio a to tho highest levels on reo ord sal old families that kayO beeiI in the habit of renting costly homes by the year or for tho social season have hail to pay fancy figures This was Illustrated recently when Urs Nelson W Aldrich wire of the late sbnator from Rhode Island andI closely related by marriage to the 1t61athe northeast corner ot Fifth avenue and Fortydlxth street for the winter season Mrs Kingsland herself leases It under longterm contract from VII lIam Waldorf Astor Asimilar rental Is helng paid for the Judson Todd So VVVVtIVV 55VWa r cf Situation nut Victory Was a Costly One The greatest dandy and fop of mod Brummellrknown an Beau Brnmmell Ut lived fe delieata and lenuireiU andsince t was poor his living Upended upon the favor of tile court The court thoIllprinceIIbrave man but Beau Brumraell gave InnUnt proof that bo was not only a great dandy but a great man as well Tho details of the story are somewhat vague but the main facts arb certain RrummeU knew that his quarrel with the prince would mean an end of his prestlgtbut he refused to yield and en the eay following the quarrel went walking with a friend flild to have been Sheridan IVThe news of the ruptre between the prince lad the dictate of fashIons hail spread and there were not a few wbe gathered in the hopes of a paaeage at ms betweom them It bapnaned that Sheridan and Brummeli met the prince and his party With princely ostentation the royal personage called Sheridan aside and spoke to him pointedly ignoring Unuamell who stood by prommel did not fllnch In Ute crisis he was the only person ho seemed to be in different Then Sheridan returned With a gesture of lndlfforenc Drum tacit lifted his glauses to his oyes ADd Indicating with a slight wavo of hits hand the person to whom Uo re ferred ke issued ih a clear but inn geld voice the fIe question ISlaem whov fOur fat friend Bruatmell peat ihtf greater part of the remainder of his Jife in Calais an onUfest A broken manBut with the memory of his great rebuke Jt can hardly be said that in the crlsl ho was found wanting Ishlu Women Work at Night If a woman desires to have the ox tra wage which night labor brings if abe doesnt Sad U Injarhws to her health if In a word she prefers to work at night instead of during the day why shouldnt she be allowed to 110 so the same as a teneT Ctrtain kinds of work must be Performed at night and no reorganisation of Indntf try will make It different wrKae Pea ces Petit 4n Les1losVV Certain poet Uoasta such work are peculiarly suIt able to wonwn sew labor laws would prevent women from Slung these position FOur Aorneg recent y apv arctf efore the state factory lavesUgatlnsconmlssloR In New York city PTCCthIsVIeat any chang In the labor law that would prevent u1nn hon doing night 14rk Miss Joe Cot 11m who isis worked for 20 years in the printing department of a Mwspa per said that use liked night work and could Dote tbe jnrUoo of using cam pelted to work lio be dajrtlmo beeatifta tome oaa else 4lldnt llko to weekpt 7Tlye Cheerfulness Cure TTonlWi Officer DIxon of Pshaajlranla lara it lis very difficult for the most skilled dtagnoetlcian to trace the exact connoctloit between mental dear oaeloB sad physical Illness but ke Inetatt the oonneetton Is there aN the sanie ik Idea la that cbeerfalneaff largely a baWl which Is so closely rekueil to health that they go together Any person who gets stok should try Brat jto care himself with cheerifuUienB It iMmany a Jime Health Is bJL meity Joy kindness hopofulnsaakep fnlneee The Bible tells 118Ia riferry heart doeth good like a medtotae It people would osly take the marry heart kind of medicine It wonW save them hundreds of dollars Tharo is hardly a malady lint what ft will euro or at least make better There Is na reason wbjf there should net be a school of medicine In which cheerfnli aess te 110 daily prescription Besides 8y drug medlctnfc one takes has to be mixed with cheerfulness or It will ut oily full A wboto drug store wouldnt dO any good to a man who has t Rrpuah on Colurab n Journal Building Great Warsnip TIM new dreadaavght Califarnie t bo completed in February will mess are 443 feet in tlength and for a fqj aontafl will be the laraeet craft In the worUt England is building one tcc- feet long which will probably bi launched next summer TIM California k the flrft Americas natal vessel to be built with ha bos curved aft below the water The bow otf the older boats curved forward be loW the water so tlaLthey formed Waponskhigh power of rae modern naval puae makes It iatnomlble far war Mla to close tocethftto ramITIle armatvre of tho California It Ib0Iekaeis an hour and can carry 1W56 men The cost of the boat alone It RrOOWf bat her lnwent of guns theVvaJno to ILOOOoV GameRalsJrto Farm Pram the Pest game finn In eota tabltis eplrures will bMlnnI pUe4 with pheaaants ana dHeks within two years end poattJMfj ylUiin one year if present iMioea are roaltMd VVV Wo will raise nOtnlt grouse prali rle cklckenn pkeaants and docks on the farm said siip rintendent of the Gaw Protective league Thto la only a Uarter on the more came movo rnoaL More UlAn a hundred citizens g1mehnaec1lngpurpoaee and for the market Weary game blnl raised and soul la captivity helps to protect the states supply of wild game and it SlY plans work out Utnneeota will within a few years W the greatoat gameproducing state in the Unien IUpldo Down and Back Again A singular case of salvage has come to light at Qweenstown Ireland where the Uneaten vessel Ualtsar arrived in tow laden wtth timber from Quit Port bound to CorkVIt appears that on September 27 the altar vas daaegd and turned tur tie In the Atlantic but thanks to her cargo of timber stilt remained afloat Bhe was towed bottom upward Into Borehaven where a salvage contrac Iwr got the vessel to bOAt again in her original position with her decks upwards She was then towed to Queenatown whence she will proceed to Cork to discharge her cargo v1t- Nteice To The Pabifc V1HE FAMO- USOvepland LarsAre For sale at the SPRINGHELD A r Orer1andMode1 75Touring car 615 GII ci Roadster75 UW Modei 83B Touring car 695 II 675Overland 11 IIV1145WiljysKnightl t Touring carJ 1125 IRoadster 1095 All Ihesc models are equipped wIth electric sfart IFOBITOledOji l IRepairiiigI I F W BAUMBAUER Propr 1 Can You Afford Any but a Titan Kerosene Engine AT present average prices for kerosene and gasoline Titan kerosene engines SaVeV perhourFigure it this wayVOD an horse engine the sav ingis SSe an hour SSc in a iohourday SSin OO Vdaysayear U would cost you 88 more than you need tot tVrun an 8horse gasoline engine one year That is more tothrowbuyinga gasoline eitgine when you can get a Titan thatVuses kerosene See the Titan dealer and talk this OYIC VHe bus some interesting figures to show you J JVInteriiational Harvester CoapanjOfAXiC lacrprateaV 1 4 pVThankeroienocnginuazesolulky 1McCIure5irnrnsrA Ill 1 ILet Ilunlcy Moderalzc your old Buggy hr Automobile In the IV Style ff Painting R bL In chorge of my Paint department yet IekrBfRln ratGlass work Why uot Have the IVIVLatest Humify emiip yvur vehicles with Rubber wjp ftMteaal Tires TKe liest mndt t rni Repair Work in all BraKchuV iIiIGeu 4 HENRY HUM KE Lone 286 LEBANON KY FSKNonSkidswith their strong traction tred giv- eyouasuregripontheroad ThePrkeIsLethan that of the plain tread styks of several other standard tires Make yourown cornparisons Price on Fuk Grey NonSkid Cneia fy 3 x30 1040 41x35 31JK 31x30 1340 4ix3 31vW 4 ac33 22OO S x37 373O The biggest service organization in the covaky 125 FUk t everyFisicTirei Service for dealers and tire nears Hasan Bros t Ra Branch haM 12SCIfLIeI I W5 7 JrIt J jj4MIL 101 e StreetPiionI r o Bee M Main r Cross 730 to 830 A f 4tii toun 109 to 300 P oR J C A1UDD Phjijclin ind Surgeon StoOamOfflc hoursto 2 p mo IOveruaydons DrugStore DR M W HYATTb OMc orer Springfield State Bank Office hours 1080 a m to2 m4 t05ipm 71URIGBV4It ATTORNEY AT LAW pfflo rFcoplo hank- B14UNQFIEIJL KY iiIW F TRU- SrYDENTIST i QBlct over Haydon k Barber PtnUl work at reasonable prices All work guaranteeds DORSET DORSEY LAWYERS lk SfIS1It Loutsville J 10 years experience Louis vilUjbar SpecialI attention to collecttobs and adjustmentsth SPECIAL TO WOMEN hijflTgermicidal of all antiseptics ulIA aekiMe Antiseptic Powder cpL W aVaaolTaei ia water as needed Asa medicinal antiseptic for doucheIIn treating catafrh Inflajnnmtion or ulceration of nose throat nid thatt caused by feminine l1ls1lt him no equalt tIVFor ten years the Lydia E Flnkham Medicine Cohaa recoBimendodTaxUne in their private rrespondonco with women whIch proves its superiority Women who have been cured sayj It la worth ItaJwelBht Id gold At- dNiglstL BOc largo bcx or by inaUs toI1Ji Paaton Toilet Oo Boston Mass II IIS Shade and FrUIt Trees Straw berry Plants Grape Vine Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb Hedging etc Everything for Orchard Lawn and arderztt yNt Agents free Catalog H K Hiljenineyer 8 Son 1841 Lexington Ky J910 BAD STOMACH TROUBlE Yields to Delicious Vinolt Shreveport LaI had a bad atom lab trouble for years and became so iworkwould not dJget I bloated and was very PiesadvortIsedtrouble Is completely cured and I am welLE I MARsHALL Vinol is guaranteed to tone the iofHERE IS THE LATEST ALIBI j ritsn Asserted Ho Was Full of Qu4nIne WhnAiTcsted for As t saultlrfgi Man AnePAltercatlon rAt a London police cbur recently flrederlck Hewlett BurtonBrown fifty tree years old who was lh the unl lam of a captain In tho royal army medical corps was charged on remand with bIns drunk and riotous and with assaulting WlTltam mule a horsekeeper of Bloomsbury s iiare ky striking him on the hoed with an electric torch Isays the LoadwiSThe attorney who apjjared for the defendant said that on tho night he was arrested he was leading an offi cer who had lost his sight In the Dar danelles and when crossing the road sVltchod on an electric torch to see his way There had been a Zeppelin attack sonjo twenty minutes earlier and the prosecutor thought he might be signaling the Zeppelins and pro tested The defendant became ex cited and a policeman who appeared oa the scene wrongly thought that his excitement was duo to drink and ar rested him The defendant bad suf fered from Indian malaria and hadI been taking large doses of quinine which accounted for hIs condition when he was arrested He desired toI exprets hIs regret for any Injury ho might have caused tho prosecutor and wua willing to compensate him The magistrate allowed both charges be withdrawn I IDu Man Drives Horses John G Qerritson sat dfcad Wt bolt upright on tho wagon seat hisTtraveki safely for more than two anN the winding valley road at the loot of Garret mountain from Lodi to t 7wIIxt oven years old ol 141 Pftssale avenue Lodi was one of tks largest contractors in that vcla Itra ago Ho started to drive from his home to tboiftlkrlor IteM wuurry at Richfield Otto his kM passed over the road to the Oarry At the familiar end of the joorney the horses stopped Unnarrv saw GerrilsAn irI d I II 1TOWN rIwu 61Wnlnnu trtrtrtt WtW dtihfrtt ttflr Local Happenings or Intcrsi i The Freshest and Latest s All About Yourself and Acquaintances WM The Womans Missionary So ciety of Pleasant Grove church wUI give I pngjoant Christ in America Wednesday July 19ih att tilt church beginning at 740 p WtA frog wilt olTering willI e taken rut Assemblys Home Missions Everybody cpidiallyr invitaa Mr 0 A Groan carae neap bt ing the vIctim of a very serious aocidaot a few days rgo ha was Mtandini III the new addition to the Christian church now undjr construction talking with Air M cClGlle wiioii a brick fel fromf above making a severe oat and bruise however he vns saved from serious in jury by the fact that no wore a stiff hat which warded off the force ofr the blow Mr Red the iooal Stats in poctA or for work under Stat aid has received a promotion and 1 ilL yesterday for Bardstown where ho will be engaged in engineering work under Uie Sute Roads Deprt aont The road in this COUllflJ being already graded and being bet a matter ofresurfacing the services of an Engineer re not required In the inspection work liars and e department being short ofr utiulneora rotnovod him to place m in that work Rued gave ood service and was quite pop lar hero The school l boys and girls of the early sixth in the Jane ane school have formed a par inanent organisation Iu dwth hold an annual reunion herf fter The first reunion wasl held at the residence of Uoiiryj Keene and sisters those presont were Henry Keene and sisters Missus Mary Labile and Mnttio Milton Keeno W A Waters and on Thorton J H Waters J LI Moran wife and daughter Mar gjuret A B Walker tiifeandi Ben1FI day was spent ascii one reofting reminiscences of oid school days when You and I were young II wyfurmude eoid president of the Ass ola tion Will Celebrate Centennial 1The Historic O prch of Bt Joseph sin BardatoAu will on naxt Sutklviy begin the celebra oiz at jis can tannut The jrnerstone of Uie praspiit churcli was laid by lit Ret I3en edict JOStfth Fluiest Vita llrst UathuMc Uititiup ol the Louisville Bishop Plaget wus a close personal irl ndof Louis Lhiilite the exiled French King 11cwMwwJ11 ti who sojournol with him for a time while in this country anc whpu later restored to his throne J oatf trrrtitudelfi r the kindness shown him by Bishop Placet he 11sBnt tHin many priceless painting which now hang in the church The whole collection it is said is worth more than 1000 OOOtand the congregation has bqsn offered 100000 for one painting The Crucifixion a painting by Van Bree a Flemish painter The celebration vrilr continue for several days and wil be avoided by a number of High Church Dignitaries Springfield Boy Gets Appointment Mr Robert Maves had during tharpast week quite a compliment pafff to his ability as an accoun a11ffJGoernor A O Stanley havfn appointed him Prjesldent of tilfe Kentucky State Board of AcaquntMicy VMMayesisMcs T Scott Mayes and has hadj considerable experience in ac counting having been on tbe District of Columbia Investigat lug CoraraUtee which discovered millions of dollars due the Gov eraiBtfiit from ihe city of Wash Ingn At present Mr Mayes is tlie head of an accounting bflljifi in Louisville eteram Printer Killed Jfthnny Caldwell 6neof the bagi known printer in the coun try was run down by an auiomo SUlldavJsultad in his death a few hours af forward The automobile was driven by Mr Giovannoli editor of the Lexington Leader and a warm personal friend of Caldwell Giavunnoli was driving along Broadway wliQhesaw Caldwell starl across the street When he reached the center of the street Ife became confused and staIiib4 back when the auto sfcrtrek him passing over his obilv Ha was taken to a hos piita1seeminglyl not sariously Huffy but dbX a short time after- wi4h st08i survived ty two sonsI anD tw9 brothers Mrs J M Wtjnsatt of this county is a niece Mr Caldwell waS well knbwn hard where holmd worked onI thgllocal papers He had also worked on most of the dailies in UiO large cities und before the sdVBiitof the linotype was re garded as one of the ffastest type Slitters in ilicuuntiy r LEiidUUREMa- kes KidneYs rnd RladKep Hlih iSiW bb b i VReport of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Springfield in the State of Kentucky at the close business on June 30 1916 i i RVIts0Urb H Loaand diseounts except tfceie alifgth ert U t3j lt ilOverdrafts ua ocsredVV L 96104 U S Bnnde to secure circubttSwi psrIueT iSOIIOQUOI HUriti88 oLh r titan U s bonck tMqmtcluding tHkU owned unpedgedf Jg D49187 ISubacriptioft to atoc of Kcral Resale Bank LbOOO0V UM unoontanpHU tWO00 300000 Vau or Ihankis houikt iT uuiprnb4V 340000 FurAUire and FixturtisVVVVVV Kal estate owned other than basIdeiitee KM amount duu frUitS Kedeml UsrfUH k Net amount due from approved reUfrygf ohiu New OMAfNl 182600II other rwrve Cit t8 Vi4Io0Net amount InlUorliVVVV due from banks tied bftukscs other than infehidotP VVOther checks tank in be tup t city ai twn t repertitig bank 23t60fi 1SPPrseUooMl 24412ttisl Cein and iertlestetV 27JQILwrsJWnder notes i Redemption fund with U S TriMStf- tTr HKtUlue from USV esir r 26oaoo 7 ItftIOl750Ij LUBIIIi i iiCapital flock Mii m S 000000- is fund 4810000 Uiivided Imiti 1 VV 3848S8 Reserved for texts 110441V i 2OI72DiNot amount due banX sod btyikent fSser than indaded InJ29or30VVVV 171085 Individual oVpeeitftsabject tcheck J13884165- Certiflcat of deposit due ill 90 days VI 3452SW8J84t06CsrtMcatM8 I5438731 Twtelof UfM9 kq ositi Items4l 42 and 43 6433731 To43600i70i STATE OK KSFJKrY I i Cewitjr of Wasbfoirton I J MeKlroy Cashier of the above rmmiwl hank do Solemnly 5swear that the above iitatement Is true to the best of my knowledge a hlitCMcELROY Cashier t- Miicriliiil ant worn to tiefore title 11th lv off Juy l1V meI orrttAttestiiItWI f Fno1oTEtrIlIo W SIMMS luI11II ff Direcorsf sJ F fwm iiiij ii- Note 1rj f Dissolution 1 I ICoI and sett eat once att the office of B D Lake Co or I patronIagevy T M ESTI- 1 1 JPiRobinson Reyrf Ids Mr Roy Reynolds ujl Miss LillieRobinson were rJ raod by Judge Yanltey in bist ftlce last Saturday afternoon r 6 groom iis a son of Mr and Jey oidsand the bride is a mupnjter IRobjnson PERSON Judge I H Thurmar jfelt MorC day for Hurlan KVtW ire he is silting as special judge i Iaai tested election c seIHon S A Russell ol iLubanoiv was here Monday on btness Hon T Scott Mayesf MLouis ville spent from Saturday until Monday here 1 RevE V Flood of 8t Roto Iliis quite ill having suffered stroke of paralysis Mr Yancey Barbej oll Dards town was here Saturday on bus iness t Mr Hobson Candidate for trie Republican nominationfor Con g wrossSaturday Mr B T Hardiii Clomnon wealths attorney of thikiDisiiitti spent a few days here idsVAveek Mr Lvman l3ar6erIoni ville is spending his amtjon att home J1 Mrs W O McChord ivho has been quite ill is improvlm Mrs R C Brown erltertainodI a number of young frfe idsVri day night in honor of Miiss Lan caster of Chicago IllyMiss Louise Mudd ha return ed to her home in Chjcigollfj after a visit to friends ro Mr and Mrs C HV Iclnliro were called to Meadec nly by 51ofather i hnUres Iij Mr f Charles Rcruecs if Uk11k1l hem a is visiiitg relati s hordijJ Mrs Will Daisy of L isviUjj iis visiting her sister rs OtJ D V M 01t1 i 01 Dawflon Springs I I Miss Ellon Wathon ho jeturn ed from a visit to liorl brother at Bardstown JunctionI IV iMrs44ertaii- U I cd at Bridge Saturday alternoo Misses Mary and MLiiyio Mc Clelan aro epeiidingtQ clays at iDawspn Springs Miss Cecelia Cregonjoft State College Lexington isjjl ome for her vacation Miss ITettio Rudd wllttto enter t itamcardsFnday aftcrnooi from 8 tillO I H t IMrs Everett Busier Jifts re turned to her home in fHarrodB burl afior a visit to INJ jlartnts I jMr ant Mrs T Y Mrlbfi- Miss Rose MrCfollaills yisil ing friendsinJLouisvili I Mrs Waiter Lxmchmn enter tainedat Bridgo Tucsa yfaftw ooon in honor Of Mrs Pipn Lout iv of Louisville Miss llettie Rudd visliod I friends in Lebanon the first of the week Mrs Mitt C1iiye4and son Throne left yesterday lra visit to relatives in Llncbln Nebrasla iMr Frank Simms of Nolstn county was horn 3 csto day business vi il Mr L 0 McCarty ilr an tbJ Norton Infirmary in ouisvilu ttwheret ment for his eyes Mrs W T Barnettaentortain fl ied ti number of friends Tuesday afternoon t yfOliildren Cory FOR FLETP- HtRSCASTORf A Tribute Mr EditorVAs a citizen of tilE oitiy of Springfield KYt and a reader of your paper I would like to have a little space in your columns to sav a few things regarding In ffiVhumblesup port end encouragemont of not only every citizen of our city but the entire community as ve 1 have reference to the Womans otitIns oranjzllonnnd am not sure that lam eligible fit mem bership nevertheless it is a groat body of noblo women who by their energy and grit have without hope of toOor rcwardft done a great deal towards the up lifting and upbuilding of our town and community Especial lly ia this true of the Civic LeagUH LB ranch of thoClubof wiiicn Ms Gabe Wharton is Chairman a111 pparentkVthe entire committee How anyoneeauecsalI tholu sightly vacant lots on our street only ia short whtfo ItLckand look at ithose ame planes not Ithout Lt least saying well dons smore than 1 can undttrV stand Only a fpw weeks ago wL iiieadtn article In yopr paper on education tndwhile we en dorse every word in the article stUwe think ttuFB ard martyrs to other cause ILiad if we have any idea zts to io meaning of the term we think Mrs Virarlon a martyr 10 the CJUSQof Ciii work as outlined in tile organ iil8tlon of which she Is the pUaj r man Ve believe in giving creditt tto whom it is dug end wo hope ou will publish these few lines as a tribute to one whom alore end unaided has done mcrealortg the line of cleaning up and b veartthan has been done In our recol laoton sptiughicken CardofThanksV We wish to thank pur many friandu arid neighbors for LItejiV many acts of kmdjwss during tini Jillnoss and death ofour dfnghler MrandMrsGIi1idiloi Methodist Notes Services morning and evening 1r LandreUi will conduct the union sorvict RtWia Methodist ciharch bunday bvoning The Junior Loaguo had social last Friday evening week Those liltu folks bought aDav on port for parsoiiato At this meeting they reported collected for this purpose as follows B atrice Burns lOc Robert OravQiis TOe Mary Merritt Ot- Mncirai Cow a rd 800 t Next Sunday evening wn ex poet to commence a weeks meet ing at Texas Sarinon morning and evening It Is our Josirc to i tilllIr1tItu cwmu to Ohrist Noel Ifort will be mado to boosj nuv nd1rIllead by a young men raisedinl Itnls county S L C Coward When in need ofJ FLOUR and FEED Ianll kinds coma in dud GET OURPRICES- n lllan furnishjlatallMidlands 150 per 100 a 90cbut57cbu Chicken Feed jgfc and 2fc per Ib Molasses Feed 165 ICOper Gorfi maal V 95c lbsI plour best to be had 80 and Socper sack lTelephonel J M Williams Co Opp Kya 1rt r4-PUBLIC SALEJO Pursuant to an order of the United States District Court far th Western District of Kentucky in the matter of R H Edelen Unknpt IIwIll as trustee of said bankrupt on Monday July 24 I9I6i AT ONE PM hiihestbiddertheBank Springfield Ky 25 shares Washington County Fair AssociatiohV 110 shares Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co V SALES WILL BE MADE FOR CASH a BEN F SIMMS Trustee of RJ Edelen Bankrupt Uerman Pension system In Voply to Inquiries and to correct misapprehensions about the rMef ox tended by tad Gorman gov ramnt U tthe relatives of soldiers kttM In th1 war the Nortt lenses fliz tfi ot November 5 Rives exact detail cosV uerning this rolgefVThe rate depenils flrstf on the mnl ol those killed The widow of a put vate soldier receives yearly an aver ice of 400 marks JIM the widow no Ho mlsskmd oCcer MO mark 125 or a sergeant 000 marks 150VEach cblM of a private or nomom mlRRloned officer whoso father is killed i n tho war receives 13 marks r4year on an average and each child Ileft an orphan receives 240 marks iO iIn canes where pursuant to military law for roUst of soldiers famlte Lbs regular relief la extended at a reduced rate per child on account of pero tne lIng several children in a family thc difference may bo offset by special TA lief donations Mans Inconsistency DrfdeThc I knew how It watiU bo Wo have dot been married a month and already you have censed 10 caro for me Young Husband War ray love what can you bo thinking ot You art d arer to me than ever It Isnt so I know If Isnt Tot took meals at our house lots of tbtfe volcarcelshe knew you wore truly In love be cause you had noapifoUtsV HOf course dear but And now you are actually rtn plaining just becauAil I forgot to get anything for breakfast f Hes an Official Bird ChasrV Welleeley college the home ol beauty and culture now has an otaeial sparrow chaser He Is John IL Oskw and he is Paid 40 a month for eaten Ing birds for dissection Cats were used formerly at Wellesley for dtewel Ing btt this was discontlnue l when ono of tho college janitors was baled Into court on the charge of steeling a prize cat President Ellen Fits Pen dlelon was threatened with mons by Chief of Police and cats thereafter AlarmiNoveJ Btorglar A novel bnnclar alarm has been placed on the market in Germany com posed ot a small metal disk circular iIn shape whkh may easily be carried In the vest pocket It is so arranged that a detonating cn maybe Inserted und so loaded It becomes a terror to sneak thieves Suppose a traveler Is staying In a strange hotel and finds that ho cannOt lock his door lie places a chair against tim door and Ilpa Uie disk under one oft Its toPe Should anyone attempt to eater the room the chair lIs forced oUt of posit tion the disk flies Qpgp and the cap explodes awakening the sleeper TheI disk may be used under baggage purges under bicycle or automobile tires and In many other ways Important Discovery Tho discovery of a nrehtotorle puob Jo In Nlteu canyon in the Navajo mountains of Ariiona has addetf ma bushy to the archeoU gcal developments of the year tt oontKina at least eightyfour rooms or apanments which aro all more or leas connected with each other In some of tA se most interesting specimens of ancient handiwork have been f6und Among theta Is a largo handsome shawl ered with elaborate embroidery which Is in excellent preservation although It is known to bo at least a thousand ytfara old- Beads of Jade and other material baskets prayer BUcks a large variety of pottery InchMrag several good sized ollns In the rare black andwhite ware and some ornate moccasins of yucca fiber are among the articles taken tram Ute old ruins They will bb added to the nr Bcum of tho UnV vsrits otAylxnua MILD PROPOSITION IXerlt iiij1axs w fH to have Bomethiug ou handh l ShYes something nfhliq an engagement ring ITS PAY This UflllSr9f Smiths is certainty a swell affair S IV Thats all right Hd pays for it from his iaiUted 8todcv OBVIOUS Wliy do you want tins article ot youisleddQlVTo loud wpighfc to my aWl ments 1 VERY NEAR ITV Wouldnt you enjoy hearing the honk of tour own maihuie HI al nt miss it I have a p- etjjjjjj Bridging the distance twixt you andanyWhere The Bell Telephone with its 16Wf Hf miles ol- wire brings millions of people within earshot of your voice thousand I orahundredAre yourfarma theBeIlTeIephoneGrasp the Opportunity CttlJ or write the manager today CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCONPOMATKO BOX 219 LOUISVILLE KY 2 i JCZ2f kS f COMBINATION i Quart House A Saloono I c Old Willow prings WhiskeyVeVSpring 1908 eight summers per gal 400 fl Spring 1910 six summers 300 jSpringWe fill our Goods m iur Sales Flur t We Beer GoveNimett InspettloitV 0 Twelve kinds Bottlcdin Bond J1 00Whiskey stvnd brands Ier Quart c i HEADQUARTERS FOR ff BrltItes WIpeS Cordials Alchiobol Qin and every 0- It thing kept in a l1rstclR58 Whiskey HonM 11 = J W e0jLEBAMON= = If YOU need anything in this line Why dont ywJwy frwn jj- a f mn yon knowwill give yonl IIII are deal 11IQ aaa t pvdp- rw i itJ tilitfi diWJi IJU ifii jiWiw W M WiwH 1 SPRINGFIELD DRY CLEANING coIiIf 5 Suits BrusHed and Pressed 35c Vf w Kid Gloves Cleaned 15c IStraw Hats Cleaned and Reblocked r isWe dry clean twice a week Tuesday and FriYILEVI NICHOLS ProprVPhone 154 Hext Door to Clerks Ctts gtO lnt If fIt rV I r Physicians Advise 1 the u5VOf a goodtaxative to keep the bowels open and prevent the peieeee of aUfsseit rood from gettingtnto your systemVThe latest proJuct of science if VELVO Laxative Uver Syrap purely tintstii paUt reliable sal itf a pleasant aromatic Ikste Velvo acts on the liver as wit M M to statnach sal loueU and Is of the greatest possible efficacy in oetpt1emkuhI1VbMousness side headache feverishiiess colieUAtukace etc rnyV VP 1 YE 110 LAXATIVE iI j LIVER SYRUP Jl e 1 UiALftlNftt THE W0BS KICK 3tlrelt 1arr It te ti Pj Ja LPrc jfti U otrrrcir jtMfi ar juioclat6 Justice onvnr W ti4ell Bolmss of the Supremo court th Unltcd State used the ex fco iftfenditnt kicked this a greet ado has- boca psais stairs receiving recognition frcfa Judicial authority Mr Hrtfe Holmes the distinguished sol Us set el Oilver Wendell Holmes to reeogafef a Purist in the use of o MUh lM Mce and any expre JIM aamttac tnm him will bo ao split la r ots town u a atanel TH wert kick has lone been used M MM Ell las oxpresslfe apd plctur 3 MOji fewlettered words of the Ian All Ue standard dictionaries kf T givs a blow with tho S fiti it It frmwatly heard In ordl aP sxjirsssloas To kick up ones Ma t1dek up a row or a fuss or a r kick the bucket An Inter auteonilrttoUo eaglne klcki a gnu am Its recoil tiMks does the wheel x the reader of a boat Shakespear MH4er It la Hamlet Tkat his beds Psay kick at heaven Tennyson In trec es It la The Princess and no yoot exercised greater precision In l sjh allect1os of words Make all jlroaua kick against their lords btorst Mtot tods use for It In SUoa riIt Godfrey kicked ii Literature overflows with the use of fcas wvri sir gaaeral purposes But It was left far Mr Associate Sbfeolotts t sotabllsh It In the highest tvttthe VaItStatm QUICK CHANGES OF LEVEL la In Eastarn Washington That Caufs Trsuhls to the Residents fAI IU Border 0 I L A subscriber who was interested Iu tbS Opjnpaniona account of a lake in Italy that rises and foils in a sin gular and unexplained way has sent t tMJsame equally strange facts about I a take in eastern Washington TJio town of Kahlotus is built on the hires of tho lake and since it was pule feearly submerged by one of tfio lakers sudden changes in level a dike ten ot twelve feet high has been built to protect the houses tgainst another catastropheV The lake is normally a quarter ofI simile wide and a mile and a half fcg but at times the water falls so far that the lake is Hardly 150 yards gde The fall iit always sudden jmd so is the rise that eventually fol idws Only one small stream enters the lake and there is no visible out Ietfbutthewater is always fresh iWhefe the railway was built through Kahlotus the workmen tried to carry the tracks across the lake on an em bankment but the sand was swal lowed up almost as fast as it was red in A ditch was then dug to otrry off the eater thryugh a tunnel onto a nearby canyon Half way tErongh the tunnel the water found crevice and disappeared into tho earth Where it comes to the surface again no one knows Our correspondent adds that on a ranch near the town of Kahlotus jthere I Ia deep well the water of which at intervals of about two ISriMBigbJt of several feet above ierotutd Youths Companion theI IAPANESE AN ABLE ORATOR TwepShort Time feattelTeunlon held at San Francisco Ca1I JUt August was the oratorical contest jra prize of 50 offered by Director General John Barrett of the PanAme lW union for U1 best oration on the subject of PanAmerican relations The winner of tho prize Mr Ren Hlrao is a scuba in the economic a Mftmentot Stanford university He was born In Hlogo prefecture tapan February 3 1891 After finish tog his secondary education In Japan he came to the United States in 1907 achoolfatI In 1912 he entered the College of the Pacific and the following year rtraasferred to Stanford university f In May 1915 Mr Hlrao won the rjflrat prize ot 50 In an oratorical con teat on JapaneseAmerican relations under the auspices of tho Jai J iJan se Association of American Collog Graduates The winning of two prizes within s period of three months TrtsjBpa the brilliant young Japanese IM an crator and thinker of marked bWSIWIiWeSirence Wolfe Overton whose I nsrtment store work has more that jriEdlcated scientific management in IChleago said at tho Chicago Athletic club 4 triumphW1thof office and clerk Investigations fiome have turned out funny Tn an office this morning I said se verely to a stenographer- j aIL It true that tho minute the ftlock strikes six you drop your IDa Intilel freshdtOf course it but rue she said LW7 bedolaslltkRsmsrfcaets ajursncm r7 fTStMThmhls operation has beN byDosorJUUM4 Maxim Hubacek She was suf SSrf from a disease bono In her 1 PragueoMia howvrsr decided to replace the isd pst f tho teas by a corre snoisg pert ta oa from a dead pup o totBM4J t ly after death For WI aifHi ho iitlliMi girl who died In hsssttsl fvent a bullet wound In the tosifls Tho wutatMUte StooMt4 portion which ha tl4I snored fxoaa the girt Hubaceksl 5tTb0 oforatlcMt was so svccesifrU iiw NIlr rr iCT IDEA FROMTtr V II c tt t andt t In Ute Popular Science Monthly Worlds Advance William Dubiller the Ain rlan electrical engineer wh was called to Europe by ona of tblli allfed governments to devise system of harbor defense against hostile sub marines describes the experiments which led to the adoption of a remark able microphone submarlpe Although It is Impossible deteetorjj deoply submerged submarine blllor believed that thero was a method of detecting Its exact location In the oxperllU8n1a1he forth a sound of some kind would it net bo possible tb devise some form- of apparatus by which it could be hoard That i4s the starting idea of tho experiments that I conducted for tho allied government HAt once boating of the propel lers of a submarine suggests itself It not characteristic enough Motor goats steamships and other power driven vessels have propellers and al though their period of vibration is dlf foreut from that of any other onglno driven craft somo other sound must bo Bought something as distinctive as tho call of a robin or the notching of a horse something that by no possible chance can be mistaken for an other soundSI found what I sought In the weird shrill hum of a submarine Others lied heard the hum long before I bbgan my experiments It was taken for engine vibration But It Is much too tilgh in pitch for that as I found by actual testsI soon convinced myself that tho fine shrill almost singing note thai- can be hoard when the Diesel engines are cut off and the submarine is tray cling under power derived from hOI storage battorlos Is due entirely to hsi electric motors The sound is unmls stationIof a submarine TLere Is no difference to the oar To devise a means ot do tecting this sound at great distances was the object of my experimenting The microphone at once suggested Itself as a suitable Instrument and with its use a submarine could bt heard at distance of fifty mIIeaIi FINISH IN THE WASTEBASKET tThatt Place of Ideas Which Havejj SFailed to urvlvetThe wastebasket Is a symbol of ob llvlon To It are consigned the failures and the hasbeons old love let tern appeals that meet with no ro sponfio things emptied of their Blgulfl canco by time It Is tho grave of dead thoughts What a mass of hu man effort and emotion its contests represent The merest printed circu tar flung there with hardly a glazes stamls for long hours of eager planI ning by somebody and tho skilled labor of many hands Men bavo atrlvod with the utmost of their ability to1 wfe your interest and have failed The wastebasket records their failure Those little inklnscribod bits of pa per that lie submerged in its dapttta hiiLIand harking back to pleasant expajp ences family letters expressing loyal affection and giving word of those at homo letters that onco made the- heart beat quick At first a Joy they became an accumulation and aro now a riddanceSis a popular magazine of last Inero How utterly flat and stale U The heroes and horolnoa that stalk chnltor and poso through Its pages aro now forgotten The crest man eulogized in a glowing article lies slice fallen into disfavor The bIJ names flaunted on the cover haves look of mockery Tho most gripping tory ever written has been supersed ed by a scoro of others Tho brilliant comedy success puffed by tile dramatic critic has left the boards for ever In among these hasbeona aro a host of mighthayobeons Inchoate ideas Jotted down but never consum butIdoned out of fear that they were visionary Aspirations groplnga hetr they might have changed the world- for somo of usiSFew things escape you long old Jug gernaut Ono after another they lose their hold and fall Into you Aud you waitingI Judge An Aid to Dignity Sdidnt rcwlfee until this dancing 00togooarlanlballroom floors that rheumatism and the gout are blessings in disguise What do you mean IThoso two complaints have pro great many old ladies a5gentlemen from waning ttmmsolves tan4andiClsgraeed fcr a week No he hasnt been ojut ot the houie since bin accident jNoJ deeply rwDisgrace7SYes after Urine in the heart at the city all hs life ho went to lbe eountry one day last week and WM = war 07 a tmijt wagon Of Course not That doctor claims to have dlscor orcd an entirely new djaoasc or I hope he wont publish tho symp toms of It Why notSPeople canitqt have It If they do hot know the symptoms can thur- CraftyIA laggard in love and a dastard InI war was about barring the unlock YoungLochinvar uleep But the latter was not to be caught Ill Just keep out of It till tho stiff baa waited at tho chancel with his best mali while the brld l party marches down the aisle to that slow j thing of Wagners quoth be and suiting the action to tho word bo carried off the girt at last without having bed to undergo the worst ofS M ttt4Onvenlonce w HARD CASH FROM JUNK PILt beia Manufacturing Concern aste Material lute Vei6 Valuable Commoditls tIf the pork packers use all of tho pig but the squeal tho groat manu factoring Industries are not far behind In utilizing every ounce of matter that tomes Into their hands Tbe works at Hawthorne IlL of tho WOBI erri Electric company for Instance dispose of Junk or waste materiai 111jlonssolder skimmings 4 ions loot 833 tons paper 7 tons Scraps or differ6nt metal are kept soparate and are baled by hydraulic pressed Chips and sweepings aro passed through separators and mag foLio separators Those aro melted down or sold to refiners Scraps of celluloid are turned Into enamel for SawdustIto sIze Tho former finds Us way to the plating and drying rooms the lat ter to tho furnaces where it produce steam equivalent to the product ptt j6200 tons of coal a year and wood ash that Is sold for an avtfrago 10140 a year ofI IWasto paper and cottbn wnate Is made into scratch pads or used In the packing department Lead from Junked cable is molted off refined and used again or sold as pig lend Cop per wiro Ja baled under pressure for future use Rubber Is ground and tbormatorfal amounting to tho average ofil60000 a month the reclaiming of Junk Is a most Important Item of oxpettx saving Ami this is truo of ovdfy- large factory I HONOR GIVEN TO GOLDFIELD Accordlngto United States Geological Survey It Is Richer Than SRivar Tonopah ItaI The rivalry between Goldfield mining camps looms to have VvItodStatesl en out recently Indicate that Gold field leads with a production of 66 toO worth of gold and silver while Tonopah has little more than 0J125000000 worth of gold and sliver from the two camps since IMf The G0ddeld territory ws opened two years later than the Tonopah die trict Considerable copper la fovea yet being taken from the concentrates of the Goldfleld mills while the Tone pan fields are practlcallyabaadoned The 1eralsurleT on the two folds reveal that while tho deposits In each wore found In what iis technically known at tertiary volcanic rocks InIform and character they were ly different thus disposing ones and for all of the old tradition that the veins were the same dipping far down Into the bowels of the oarth between tliti two cauips CAUSES OF FURRED TONGUfc Many Reasons Besides a IHsordered Stomach May De Responsible for ConditionS I suppose that there no ntora In eradtcable Moa In tile mind of tIM dflo tor than that the tvrrqd tOll to es sentially an indication of a deranged stomach writes Sir Jawed Qopdhart consulting physician to Guys hospital London In the Lancet and it Is prob ably an attempt to Rick againstt the pricks to say otherwise Yet accord Ing to Sir Jnraee It is by no means al ways ao And be goon to nroVe l by cases in his own extensive practice One of these was of a man in avery responsible position a leader of men to whom he had to give orders that had to be obeyed sad from whom h had to hear mum grumbling a very worker and the fastest talkerhard have ever struck full of fnerjry and playing every oonce of It Ho Was In splendid health but suffered front a furred tongue and a bed taste In Ute mouth In Ids case these were not due to tbe stomach at all but to a disor dared state of nerve control Xervoua furs and nervons tastes pre common enough and they deserve a special thought aays Sir James i believes that lean hi kept sweet sn wholesome largely by nrvous control and when he Issue this control thj parts become fevered the mnrou membrane dry Ole nerves InIttIand taste hi nentortod The men sq affected are those who are nervous anxious hard workers taking bttwork home wlth them to think about land dream about In bed- The Carbsnacl- Tho Italian secret society which took an tfetlvo part In the strvggfe for national unity and liberty and the name of wfcteh moant the cbarcosl burners or colliers only csias in slight deGree known In IS IS J The con BUt ton of the society remslne tIn great metsttre secret Soon after itS loatitutlon iU numbered horn ZltM fo 30000 adherents anditn soils in creased so rapidly that ii March 1820 it WM saW that M many as C50000 new members wore kilttsted LIttle Is really known about the secret society It claimed great antiquity of origin but It probably bated during tthe last FYeneh regime in Naples lIt movement was directed againstl tie Neapolitan Dourbcnj and toward Ital Itnn freedomS Madame SonsGene In of 11lIurslng and mourning In tho city Paris still rb tains a touch of gayety It is related TajltwhoecdiHghtaolemn folks lasjph appeared the oth er day as counsel fbr a woama charged wtth asmo not too grave ails demeanor She was only a wsiW woman ahe was elderly and plain and tho tart was distinctly bored exdaimadIgenImy Client BHIIty And why notr ask d the pre lag sharplyBecause she washes for oral Joro and it Is her glorious nrivlege at this hisjnwtJlatratothtreupon uSG They not only found the wash ervoman guilty as charged but added ten days id her sentence for stealing C4acra Joffros banikerchlof j5 lf1 From the Hefuae FroVn Process of SugarrRefinlno More Bndiaor6f the rpfltdua ofjli1 dust rial processes that need tb b Utrown away are being fowtid to cdn lain some uaetul substa ico In some caimr tlie valun or what tvas originalb Cdusldered a byproduct has corns ic exceed that ot the prim ry prorluct self Tho residues ot sogsr refiniag bavo beer Jlscoverod to ototsin a vMu able waxr substance fh JaJBcient qua titles tu warrant Its omnicUon c oontmeNlal scale When a Bsctlonof Sit fir cnns to ox ADtiHed undor tIe micro ftcpe It is soon that from the epkleratp exude tUlle protuberaMces etraiRbt or onrved Aid disposed perpendio lnrly to the surface Those are made bf wax which with other waxy substasjetfl contained In other parts of the phtlt passes tata tbs juice in the prooowi Ita tuctra thIn Hi The line used in alntpstall refletrfoi carries them away In th oeor he precipitation process fvpJD which tM Wee of reecuiM them tral rot lass ago broached For this purpose the silmj resMlvt 8 placed in a receptic here K an dorgoes a lormentllUon which destroyer tile fatty waiters wItttoot ttttackioc Us wax The aubstaw to then dgt1 in the sun and afterward IIi a current of warm air or In a furnace The dry product p cruShed ami1 treated with eenua or oarbou dlsutpMd The thus obtaiMM is then raftaeil by lioiotf ecUveted anew with psirotoont as soace and then by flILratlon thrsMnjI chty or animal black IJTho raaldno of thto sxtractifm may bW nUlisod Ms ilubricajt or treated to fliltain the a gar which It still coutninsStan wal thai obtahd is whtto or ale ytUi6w It ranch rsntmbles la as poarance lartauba wan M also lit Hi hardness and high meltiMi point ere dried slitay sesidue oontains ten to twelve per rent of ItHra sumci sty 1ojItrtJOURNALISTS OF THE BIBLE Savior Master of tf Publletty It the Assertion MaVe jby Dean of Unlvarsltj Chrt ices a JIWItje tho art Clld tvenlsing John proved tfinself RfWOSi oditor and there is no ttLer rensttrfit JWR Luke according o WvtWwn hams dena of the echo of joniiHttoii of the Unlwaity of Wll ismirl who 5fr dressed Sunday scbs cpaventfam St Louis nays n 81 IsMjdfsp- atch to lbs New York HenOd Even CHrlRts text rds won dh far silence but for CVrl dan JN MleJtyr said Mr wmlamL W OMVsr a church has kept the ft id news at tkr gospel to Itself it has tied hus U MM given this iews St It k ci qeeredSVben Itltchener sited lllttSmen he advertised flOWRP5 Then ho church ate 1510116 etrong men to s4d it use It rthi a boll for AVt mlautoa hmn4y Luke with hfn vih j hisees wrejp the greatest report e worI4tht atory of Christ sa Ir WImsati Juhn proved hliuati pest etttcr for ho freely used th e p4eIL sjs Inc If J wisiel I old dtl mIussL Even Ute devil 5ertlsest4 Mr WiUtams aR 1aIty frfp- whme lIglisiScod aw MarVtf ampeo 4 big Mrush 1 dl ala tils aorthefa arid cis oasist dnfffag the latter part ot canned snsil famine in th rdony 1W- self wed by the Nv nilItnnd fisher folk for cntitiR thr i oheIdiIed from Trapani in ahd csdis in Spain PracticaVy lie tfalt hi she Island has bMInd wtli ni hirto claimed tnt a1MI iU tons more lIPuld be ftilvnnt Iy Iild ItM avallimliit thin quba 117 and probably his beao- rdered nod aI ye drlng the- Next nonlh but n Itmto Jean toolIatA tul Mttezy nnl mbre Ie This alHirtiiK tmt is lIkely 0 affect tbo buukm 4iL also wiSe baa had srp11n fottS1isJ Its earllor voyrr his year TM avcrsxe price ofi paid last year sod the yast bjo bth in Now faundlsnd and NTvar kotla was about Iin per qHrlIl1 b4 with foretsa market aS t tttr ietat preseut k is loped tba al lIet M rber tweet eot p pr jintk may bo talncrf TM fnH tli4flli of intspe in plontIM Is iinlrrWflMuMry lad she stlm Wlt awlW operators 0- 4Iite the bL jilshery n sro H anlat tmprtnt- RussIdH lrdustt7 TIt proflufkn otwon4 pt so1 tar Is a highly lmsftent Industry the timber di trvt4f Runsta A Mrge nusntlty nf utich auIistais is not jnnjy rll f bim conuwsBtloo It J i ito1ar5Ii mar I ianIunq Lilies vvr lflO04i barns y ry of Ranpitch and tnr In nMrntal tlnxv p15db Is exported chlV bij Knftan ftosm Archangel at If In on of tae srtn rlpal articles of tfile while turnnn tine has bN uhlp cd to Oermony from the TaHlc Ot md orerlntid In rN fnt yars In wetcrn Russia s- opetbyar no 1illla rkor liege quantitteJr f plti1 nrjil tntrnthae dY- aIt dl tild rrit th MMinps hin after the rl arii twit this bs tag boon In grou il1t4Uillt in Germany m account of its gw jl uCity aiodisfr lrire Up to the pnloant urns the op crating method emptoye4 la tIe ta dustry hse bsn Car time moot nut of R primitive rtvnraMer ant carried oft in mallct111I1II where the owner lIs at the Eu tilDe workman antl na1sian flub WMI Marji Crippletf loMlora A letter in tho Lbmlnn Dally Mull conveys the infnrtattton that hun drcMls of KuKtKh Kfyin have fxpresHed their willinKiM to marry crippled Rritlsh nlellrH imfllo rjiro for them is their c intrlh un Ito ihilr countrys cause The offers cAroe as lbs result of a published aurg ston that pluckyj girls night be of I rvi o so and sit tfnt stands In th way of tln aucrejW of this who2isiK ttifilclnialinj is that no flrRrco of iiik ami jiatrlotism Seonia auffli icnt It m ercome nialdcnly shyness The ptrW have agreed to marry but they ttnot walk up tq the Brat onoleRgoil puldicr thy see and toll him sor M tliiRS are to be ar ranged by certain nil of the Lou don Wil v1niv he Ifs5ir ffclng gina will b introduced to the lifelong burdens t icy have agreed to take husbands S5SI r Sr SIS lMay Again B i Used tn Amer lean fleet L cowtrtm nro irte for the osn Jtruction of aevinil tfle cruisers the navy department will in nil nebsblllty name the new shIp affrr smrersl fa mow Oldl frigates whicli helped to make American history the Cincinnati TimesStar states The starting of a now class of ships m our navy makes passible Ute carry tag out uf this idea Under ihe peas eat system of naval nomcnclstareLat tlesbipa are namsefter states cruisers after cities sad torpedo ernft after nsval heroes c rsj6oar more or lexis classic nsmos while underwater craft have heiSt designated by useful tint not Itltttflra and namer ale COt of course have taken great tatnrtst In ships bearing their names but at the same Urns the present rulo MM boon responsible for tbe disappearsaaefrom the navy lists of many nnaei which art aMve with historic Interest and the flavor oL naval tradition If the navy depart ent puts Into use the ides under consideration Americans will in a few tears glory in tbe spectacle of s Bonhomma Rich ard a ConstoNsttM or maybe a Hartford once wOes gang to sea under the Sag The rnmone old Constitution Is stilt carried although nominally on the naval lists Ac bug RS she will Poet Amsrlcutsw1ll Insist that alto- kecp her boaorod plafce But there are still left plenty of historic names which should be norpetnatod and hon ored In our modorn aay LOCK OF APOLEONS HAIR- Relic of Emperor ObUln d During His St Helena Imprisonment SoW In New York A l ck of Napaisact BoMwrt lhzIJ Detained white ka WM at St HateMh KM bought bjr George D Smith tot i0760 at ta isbn B Burton library ealo In tbe AadWMM galUrW at New York It te pMMrved within folio skpets of eelhiJoW sad was acdompo bled by a lletter ot Cap Thomas Pop pletoh of tile ftttrthtnl ractmfnt who was perawaji orUerly over Bona parte until dk dhM Joe 1S17 The library of the Nebraska unlvop etty paid 30 ftr a flue topy of John Kinfsboroockl AntlqulUet of Mexi co published to Lodoe la 18143 J F Lewis tar SI for 4 manoicrirt Koran writtpt lit tue wnrevteeiiUi cen red and Uadt satire glazed paper Each pafftJs within ruled gold mines and the Ilk two pages aro son t rounded by onutiMU borders Ip gold tad colors f Sub Afaln Plentiful TJadeflr iaet precaaUona taken to pro vail the extlncthw of the Mr Mala in AJacka and th 4rlbilof islands the neeira has muHlpftedrvo rapidly that the bureau ot daheriee now rebem nu nds that this killing of male coals ha resumed pcillat the hicb seas the government has taken an orraaknml census of the i al The set of thle fired the nuinbur of jscals ownrdby tti VnltoO Fiatrn at tol isn tat art less than twenty thousand in IOCIreidni fur other possible nwijpf the I al heinfeos5ldred by the bureau of fshorica IV scarcity of thi wdrMa meal supply and the Bremen fouI Increase 1kseals aa revealed by the Inwt r aan mgiat the uhlpplna olseal meat M the fttlted Htatea for fnod Those who have tasted It say that meat from ayoung seal II deli ious In flavor and that ttyA steak would be a popular addition U a fash lonable llot menu cAgliah Writers Ignerance Duke rhahtwra the eaamyUt wilalklnft about war rUera A great grist of English literati hacks bfl Mwere thrown out bl JftKlllrtr work when the war began and so they aU tvrned themnelrek Into oem military erreapondeat end lr died rut oIsIc aooihlng airtip to th phbllc hi to daily prow at guinea a rrihiMB One rtt r reoUnda ma ot the young lady win once setTled on a llbtavai argonaat with Admiral Ma ban at a dlnocr A third person aaH to her In aom astonishment Why how wqlZ you talk up to the mlnHral on these abstruse naval tei tee 50ht said fltt ijoong lady rUt w11 begn conceallagy Ignomoce Not at mVMld Admiral Majtun ratlahtly Qako the contrary RUSKIN HAOSMADE BEVERAGe Hew Author Wfcom the World Revere Prepare d CoOs for His QweaU Ruakln not Itpreirhed Uw gospel- of efficiency aayethe Youths Companion bat whe the exigencies of the on ci lon demanded he practiced it albu In her entertaining book of remind i54n5fa Thineen YeVof a Hwry Woans 1ifs In A1 Twecijie- says that her tether Doctor Ilarley a wellknow Lex4on physician was rreat friend ed husking sad often staid at itraa wood One night Ruokln asked Donor Harley whether he liked ten or coffee Wore be ftoTup r A cup of toa he replied Why dpnt you chooM coffee Well to teiue truth I hate llvqd ao much sWuM that dent fancy KTR Itch coffee It te generally to badly madeSIlls host aahl nothing 18 next morning iMctor Haley was awakened and a struogamon of coffee penueatetj the rup Tnming to a aenraht ha ak IU that my cup of tea ft No IIlrU Mr Ruaklna coitee Mr Uuakiaa coffee What do you milThe muter waa up early Ho roast eel roftoo Mmao he ground the coftv liliuaeir sad he made the coffeo hirutU aid ha booos you will like It Doing His Part askedLiucwho was lujtorln about Ute entrance to a bail whore a mob of women wero holding a political rally Why yea in a meaner of apeak me pltetl tho raoafelookihg man If you believe with Milton that They also carve who oifly stand and watt What do you mean by that I escorted my wife here and Im waiting to take her home iILTTrst LuLStULi0 WlM Weld Thief Rides Away With at Automobile Belonging to Police- inspectorS LlQOBse Inspector H K Radollft and ARt License Inspector Hsnry KKtredgo w fro h pnotbod by a shin- Ing ape on a dotoctlvo star at Mar ijuetto avonue and Third street While they vworo sp Ul ound by tho eye an auto thief walked into Post Office alley bait a block away anti stole RadcUffs car i The eye bright and shining was engraved on a etpr worn by D T Hoyt who said he had Just come to Minne apolis to coadjuct some sports Invetv tifcaltona He had stopped several persons Itaddlf said and asked thorn Annoying questions when they decided to Investigate Hoyt according to Radollft could not tell who employe him so ho was erTIteRtnen searched for the automobile MinneapoliS Journal IGIfts of Winter- In giving wjntar to men said thr OIl Year Margaret Woodward writes in tIN Countryside Magazine I am conferring upon them ono of tho grca1 est benefit Do ROt tho wise onefl ot earth know that climate has much to do with culture that the degree to which a race acquire clvlllzatloQ Is dependent upon fU Nowhere are the j rigors ot winter felt more severely than in Now England and mark you the men of Intellectual and moral flbor cun1tollLooktropical sun whoro orange and banana groves grow luxuriantly and notice the Indolence tho sensuality tho lack of ambition which prevail It takes the winter to tono un tho moral and Intellectual as well as the physical na turn of man One of your philosophers never uttered a truer word than this Wfcerweor snow falls there is usually civil freedom Winter should bring to a meat a period of restfulness ItI sbovkl afford him quiot hours in tho ybrary and opportunity for social 1tcrcouree IGttlng Even omployed In a Lafayette bunk in acknowledging a courtesy shown by an Indianapolis yound mao who lives at the Yi M C At inclosed a check for flva cents Qnlyl for payment for service fl7 or rand boy She remarked to the young mans sister that he wouldnt have the nerve to cash It The young man enjoys a Joke and wisest the check is returned to tho Lnj fayetu bank It will bear In addition to tld stump of several banks a list Indorsements which will show it had ibis duty as a circulating medium among tho young mans IndianapolUi friends The young man is looking forward to whit will happen among the young womans friends at the Lafayette bank whan the check Is pro slid for paymentIndianapolii Kewa At the Telephone The printed injunction Dont jig- ll1the hook Is seen in conspicuous havingbsl In order that Its patrons mimi learn that the way to get the beet telephone Etontea out of the system is lobe sane and gentle with the apnarattia There are iteoftlo who do ndt kVow that It central does not respond promptly atttlonuv and down alowly very slowly It sack hi the hurried ones conduct a tiny electric lamp is flashed before the face of the operator If the hook M Jfegtod rapidly there is no lamp HghUyl at all and the operator goes 9 afaouit her work serenely indifferent to Ute perturbed stale of the person hi tiN other end of the wire By seeing b woman at a telepbon when she If in a hurrysad at oth times toq eel con easily gain an insight Into elank7Wfroqaently sees She should have Dont jtfsie the hook framed ovot the telephone stand- Hats as Peace Tokens More to a beautiful hospital story recorded by Rev William Sellers t1 his new honk With Our Fighting ten A colonels wlfo was making tile round of a military ward when she noticed a wounded soldier toying with a Oorman helmet Wu site sahl to tho soldier selves that moans that you killed yow anr thoulay on the Held pretty near mo with an gala had ound and bleedlh away nemethln terrible I was loan a lot of Wood too frn ray los but I managed to crawl up lo hUn and bound him un as well as I could and he did tile same forma Nawthln of coorse was said between da knew no Ger man tie Ithor man not a word o tM1 so whon hed done not stein 11andGlengarry and he smiled back and dan Me biahelmot Youths Com Ilasleild Bees Get 3usy on Traln Returning from tho Oregon hills alter spending several days In tho mountains hunting Mr and Mrs Ed win Homier brought in addition to oonatdorable game a pasteboard boxtt with a swarm of bees they captured- In the woods a Wllliamsport Fa dispatch to the Philadelphia inquirer slates On account of the cold tho bees were easily handled but when they wore tahoe into the steamheated passen 101at101 made to give them airIIn less time than passengers had all fled to the next conch and tho boos held the fort fort some time Finally the conductor puti on a pair of gloves made a dash Intc j the car and raising the window tossed the box of boos out Into the night but bad bean careifed 09 j IftheIf tubllnan II Old City Lublin nov In tho occupation of tbeJAustroGerman forces may oeoapo something of tfc faf which cam in an earlier day for lwas nice plun dared by the Mongols It isa very old cityits cal icdr dates from the thirteenth cent rrand at one time it was a great commercial center Tho treaty of union between Uthuanicv and Roland WM eln4 thert in lGP it j Always HelpsSMrs Mwritingoftonic She says further Befpfe began to useCardul my back and Head wOuld hurt so bad I thought the pain would kill me I was hardly able to do bottlesof1 l a new woman I soon houseworkasI I wish every suffering woman would give rSThe Womans Tonic I badnnrt Headache backache side ache nervousness tired wornout feeli womanIy tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardul for your trouble It has been helping weak ailing Today yearsi1 Children Cry for Fletchers llu lUrid You II ve Always Bought aritt vhlch has beennfI iSin use for oer SO yonrs has borne tho signature of anti Iran boon n ado under his per jCjb rfft fionnl supervision since its Infancy 0 decehoyon1nthtgA1 k oftnfantIt I j fSastoriaairlcfr props and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It I contnlrc iicttlior Opium 3Iori Mno nor other Karcotift I mihsfaiivc 2 tw itt is its guarantee It destroys Vonns nnd allays Fcvorishness It cures Dlnrfloca and Wind Colic It roll vi Teething Troubles cure Constipation and Flittujriicy It assimilates tho Food regulates tho nnturnlsIecpIholJlh GENUINE CABTOR1 ALWAYS Bears the Signature of f The Kind You Save Always Bought in Use Ttr Over 30 Ya siT ctruscvueArr7NuRsAynyncvIsgwvoas mi- j 1 j cr = tr v From Dirt Dust and I n oi tktl lid fam thu ve aised by ike el WMM sad the ld uhioned caiprt swecpcrcsm be Uttitttt ay the of the Duntley create powertul suction a t HM laveGns etc are made m tkccMM JaWunder a rigid guarantee rot one year You may fry a cicy in your own home for 10 dart Free ofCAaftf For more detailed lofornnlloo write TODAY i r I Natures lakk are aorto but dissect foSlows If fecse hrrt arssrteosoM Ge itnwrf tc nature for the eire to the fcrwtr thee here tlllliiwe can fathom foMwu Take tbe hash el the mWeher y trSfttfaa root stow yr en rtH c raet o i s me WOdfOQt and aiaa tIc nooalo Nt axtrset ot thara with just the right proportions and y ukMs J Doctor Pierces Golden Medical It took Dr Pierce with the suhtance nr wo learned chemists eilht yecre f nard work xparimonHnij to make this pure tfyccno extract and altsratm 81 tile dmecIt eTBcicnaynnd without till use of a partinlc of alcohol- Just the rlrt of remedy you oed to akreh n hlood and ell bit lassitude and fcclin4 oraerve cshaaineav Dr PlotH lJen Medical Discovery beats aha ataaap f Pueijc ArreorAL sad has sold zen lardely in the 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