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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t1 ft s M1 X1883 W SERES 1tOL XXXII No 23 7 WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 20 1910 tlrt t SIAQ ER YEAR + + + + + + + + + + + ft yJISKJtftRACTIONS AT + ++ 7HBILUE GRASS FAIR + 7 + t + AUGTO 12 + + + itThat thtr will b pUnty to t t + + + Met hr at the Blue Grass Fair 4 + rvfalnt from following splen + + ilil rogram + + Wb4e Prize land of Amer+ IM 01 i + Ml 4 Kathirlne Hoch Soprano 4t + M4M + V Mr Jhn Dodd Baritone + MMMY Knyon and Elwell + TvP puIar tad Ragtim Songs + J Th Frrii Wheel Girls in a + + fa t routine ef gymnastics on a + + bautiful nickel plated apparatus + + thirtyfivt fist high + Posingi j Art+ + rive Young Ladies Talented t 4 InetrunMntalists Beautiful Cos J+ tiinwc changed daily 4t 71V constitutes the most J t + + extravagant and expensive pro + + 4 trajn ver offered for the one +T iV lyt tadmission 4 t + Ijmttnn3 doing all the time + fV + + + + + + + + + + +t JSPtED PROGRAM OF THE BLUE GRASS FAIR 1 Trotting and Running Races at Lex ington Aug 712 i The Blue Grass Fair association In anrAug 7 to 12 1010 TWO TEAR OLD TROTTING 4t30 CLASS c IN jsoo00 hreeYear Old Trotting t Trotting Trott tarsRoo30000tJS3000fTboi track Is a mile In length The rules of the American Trotting association to govern Two or more horses under the sam i ownership or control or trained In theme stable may enter and start In race J Supoc payment of en ry fees A horse distancing the field or any part thereof will only be entitled to first iponey The tight Is reserved to postpone any race for any cause to change tbe orde of racing or declare oft on account of bad weather or bad track Also to de cjar e off any race If it docs not till sat isfactorily and return entrance fees to owners Money divided 50 23 15 and 10 per cent Records made In Kentucky fair olr cnltno bar Other races by members of the Lex- ingtonl Driving club The running races of which there will be three or four each day will he foalahlchPorlmntnel betting on all mica Womans Department The Womans Department of th Blu4 Grass Fair to be held at Lex Ington Aug 7 to 12 will be more Im portent nth extensive this year than ever before The pemlum list has been a revised and classes offered cover al most every kind of womans work and table luxuries The third floor of the Art hall Ir given entirely to this tIc partment and usually one of the most attractive exhibits of the BIg Fair IEntries limited to Kentucky only iftIParimutuel Betting on All Races the Blue Grass Fair Aug 712 V t Building A Shp Every Day te United States navy yardr arebuilding a new ship every iiY says the PliHadephia En quirer It is a record never bt fore equaled in our country and r l4hJeque o our st Jptnduca- 8upoi sat a time lhen old com erca is upset hv a i orrJd war There arc nov bnlldilgtor u der ciniract 898 s Oe1rl esiels the sggregatevJ r who loniage a5tleds lti26 000 tips bearin- e g heBfcrrtjan itSTrij ei have more than dtfiibed since the war began and the increase is still go ing on at hint tide Prio- rI to I AugU8jtjflOl4 less tan a tenth of Americas foreign c immr ce wltiicarcied in Amerctn ship3I butat the present rate of build iog now one the period fol owing c tie end of abe wur trill see totally Aflifferent story The basin esfWoT fansportmg over five billipns of exports and im igoinmi after and he iiog alter it 1Riget It Lilli When in nutf+ ofI4- tfLOUR and FFEDI + Lof all iinds como in and j GET OUR PRIES Wo are Jn ft position to urlr atillUUjwgs in anyqiianlify t1dJands 1o0p OIB rJJIo 9rcbu i Ota int 5Tchu eVn Peed 2J1 stud 2i per llb fi ltofper ICO Iha OofJmeai 195cbnIP- ltMir best to be had xl 80 iand 85c per sack IIII knc tit ir 411n las at eo Opp PMOuce dpringlield Ky r J 7w r j1i 7w T j Tnl3 NE Ssu LE D R I I f bW LC SPRINGFIELD An American Platform The DemooLaUc plaVformj should unqualifiedly indorse tti Presidents stand for American j Amrtoican lives and property on the sea The platform must condemn a11 those alien sympathies who denouncsl the Presidents fight for American rights and who are now making an issue against Htm bucauHO he stood for Amer ican rights It h ulddeDoulleei Joall who on account of alien sympathies have triad to con trol our polities in the interest qf a foreign nation I would not aniline for the Democratic convention to do taste for Americanism No tin nation ufthe Republican partys feeble Americanism plank form ulated to hold the proGerman vote will satisfy the America people Mr Hughes assertion of his Americanism does not meet the issue The mere asser tion of Americanism on the parIof a candidate for the presidency of the United States is a mean fogless platitude under present condition trig Americanism of national politcal party mad be assumed without assertion The alien propagandists assert their Americanism wnile conspiring to ddfeut a pr sldeucwho lists placed American over foreign interests The party must denounce antt abstractebut in the concrete=in the con duct of all those who are thrust ling an alien interest and issue into American politics Bv adopting a strong uoI anticAmericanism and the alien prop agandtlie Democratic con van tut did not raise the issue of Americanism It has been raised by too anFi American propagandists- It was raised when the Presi dent was denounced for demand ling that Germany ceases to at tack merchant ships without warning n violation of iotgrna tional law and neutrall lrithlsand to destroy Americans travel ing on merchant ships Presiefeat was denounced for refusing to warn Americans not to exorcise their right to the fraodom of too sea It was raised when an effortc was made by Pro Germrn leador- to control Congress against tiuII Presidents policy of insisting upon Americun ri htsIetThe issue is emphasized and madeacute in American politics by toe effort of the leaders o tie German American Alliunof partsGerman American votes to th support of that partys candidate iortlle purpose of punishing President Wilson ItiDY use doubts this let lira heed the proGerman demand that President Wilson be defui ed onacoount of his Amenicau foreign pIidy let him hoJtbo proGerman boasts that thoGol manAmerican Alliances obtain ed the nomination of Mr Hugh s and dictated the Republican platform in order to defeat Pres dfint Wison with hvpiouacd protcrmtLnapprova t- Mr Hughes as the Gorrairi American candidatet As the New York World prov by abundant n uc tatuns from Lled = 7 = i OtJE II75c WAY flair uttarauces practicallyI all tihn pro German newspapers published in the Eng ish lang languageojournals and all Jtho leaders of time GermanAlliances and other Vermin societies am supporting Sir Hughes and are calling tip on all citizens of Gorman origin to support im as a rebuke to ll resident Wilson Mr Wilson has mot the issue by uuwaving fidelity to his duty and responsibility as President He line held his c iurs o in too zace of dtDunoiation abuse and undermining conspiracy lie c xnpellea Oorigress to tne the iissue He has publicly oon dBinn d ovory phase of anti Americanism 4 The Democratic party must meet it without Jllnchin t or evasion It must speak out in Juril age that no man Gnu ImUunderktand or isconstruotirho issue is ifithe most im portant iin its bearing on the welfare tit the country Before Me end of the campaign it may dvershadow every other issue It must be settled now and set tled right so that never again wl on effort be made by men oaiHng themselves Americans tr auitrol this Government in be hulf of a foreign Government so that nsver again will an Ameri Ran President be threatened with fittest for doing his duty to the country St Loui3Dspitcbg- Confea3iona Of An Editor One of the most difficult Of the aditord jobs iis Ito get facts about births marriages and depths Peop e stem to blink 6e ought to know tthese things toy intuition If not that the rrirtb marriage or death is of such importance in the ion med taro family jlhut it is presumed tiat the editor will be Informed by some such wireless or just grow into the information Then when the paper comes out and yo mention is made qf time event fife editors blamed for not run ning a good newspaper or not Betting all the Wows Remember cnMe are a good many people in tuis count If the editor knit web otieot them by naroe be iidns tbirrrfamily history and the chief ovenUs in the livtao every individual he wouldnt bu demigodbrestiii antiosipping rmhrosia In toad of iti MHbiting an oiling chute find won Bering where ho money for the next bite paper bill is coming averageTnewspaper man is a gay vie Gatbet fug tiows is second nature whU him Mktf picking his cosRIng tho utlidB towel Lust week ve thought of a million tIig importance Uiisitos a couple houdred thousatid swath items unworthy tocn4nttuti And it was a slow weak Ae ire an xinus for ye vs for the paper audit wont put you to mat h trouble to drop tb v the qftice and notify us or telephone uawhas happeuiug at your house Titer If the item d s mt get in the pa pryou Imro a right to come djwn and kink t tltOJtumn outol thu cat OilmrwiRU donVblamit usR A Great Blunder Secretary McA1uo in a relent = EYAUTOMOBILE ElI IISPRINCFIELD and LEBANONII tTRl1 ROUN DII jAswe have ilia contractt for parrying tho mail you I1can depend on us going Rain or Shine yoaru equip p id with new Maxwell and Bk rd oars and will Qndeavor 1to give our patrons tho host service possible Wo also have Cars f p lUre and parties desiring to aice a trip and want a nice cur i Good Livery ire Conneetlottoj t Luav l7gHold Leave Dbanpn 8 a me and 2 pm IO3O om and 345 pm Springfield LebdnonS or 89 IIPhonfJs T D TAPP Proprietor Shader M Cos I nagerl speech declared tha the failure uf Congress to pa1the strip purchase biMin 1014 yasa fatal and irretrievable misttkeanda striking example cir narrow partisnaship Mr McAJdoo wept on to say lthat if we Had ought t n the fall of 1914 or the early days of 1915 luwuvijuuui worth have of m could at the per rchantesseJsrjrjrjCbto ves 6 sels could Have earned fifty to one hundred million dollars of net revenue while at the same lime carrying Anie ida i products for the farmer themfi ihtacture- and the business tnttnj at one third of the existing ettort orate gcean freight rates IF When the historian of the future studies this pbriod Mr McAdoo added he vmitsay that the failure of the Uni ed States government in tho til of 1914 to buy merchant ves e Is for the prntectlon of AmeJsan commerce was one of1jthe monu mental andinexplica i e blunder- of the timer In view of the ubsoquent events it almost seen s that President Wilson was t owed with prophetic power Cr urging the pissage of the ship II TherA io boubtthat Mci doos state fpxlmlLle1Vcorrect bill when it first wa urged by the Administration And de jPubJicansiS1 hard to defeator iir least t dotsYthe to AdIi lustrations hipping program tate Jour na I r iINot GuiltK Waukegan lInLlulv 15 Willlam H Orpet t i univeraitY r student charged wit u nurderiug Marion Lambert a Iijgh schoolgirl and his former sweetheart was found rot gull y by a jury iu Tudge Donnelly court afte five hours deliberat oL Tbo jury retired t p 50 oclock At oclock its members wer biken to dinner wl ere they spent hall an hour I lOne hour later cante word that had Probably fifty berreaohod waiting tor it t tar in his cell and J uqe Donnelly louseI The first two stood eleven to one fo acquittal Orpot was silent through ex cess of emotion He was barely able to return the handclasps of his attorneys He Dado his way to time jurors and hook their hands one by one st fling wanly but saying nothing FlatfSince those few4ffervQsoent bubbles whfch followed the Re publican nomination have die appeared the couni has amost forgotten who the lapubrtoaiiss and Hull Moose norainaiud for President Every day brit gs nude t1proof tint the country iIs more then sltlsliogj witl the greatsafe and sane tatoonan in the Whit House ntjd that It Intends to engage his services for liur more years There WAS a very significant development at the Chicago Re publican conventio whlol a good many have overlooked When the Republicans hive hopes of viiiQing a victory tlere is not only It eramb e fo r tho torn per ry chElr nanship of the convent 50n jut d scramble for the permanent lairmanship too These two 01i iitare high uotiors and incum i lits arc tho two keynoters of V i Convention This yoir howevI the Ropub licans did not haVc enough is sues for one keyml much loss two and so instea electing temporary and pet nfnt clia r man thus honorii two of lits big leaders they de poor pid Senator Harding Ohio fill both bills as theres no sera blo for chiirmalTsl this year for the scramblers did not like the idea of tryi to malts a funeral sermon iDund like a battle cry and so ieyw allowed the double honori develop on Senator Harding ho was both tpmvorjry arid pe anent chair C airman Kentucky Crop Report For June Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen Tuesday issued the rune altll crops with the exception of fruit ardin splendid condition antoutlook favorable for a bumper year 0The last oGf one found every body busy on the farm The late c n is scarcely laid by t corn needs cultivation tl1nesrlyI hi begun in many localities ort hartI no day is sufficient for the Ken r tucky farmer at this time Excessive rainfall oter a largo1 area of the btatu during June has prevented tho pi ope r cultivation of the crops and in consequence the growthof same is retarded by weedy and gaR Pastures are in good condition This months reports show great con trans as to weather and crop Ssof the Stl1t- eThreshinglsln full swav and while only a party of the whoaI has been threshed it is estimated that a very small yield will be the result This yield is es timated atten bushels per acre rye is given at eleven bushes and barley at seventeen bushels per acre as a State average Corn is reported as looking well and with seasonable weath er this crop bids fair to be a good one- Tobacco as a whole is doing well though some complaint iis made of blight on the plants Garden conditions are good and the estimate on camels give at nitietyfourper cent T The conduit of livestock iis good While hug cholera is re orteias bpig prevalent in some localities no heavy losses have been sustained due to tlc fact that antihot cholera serum Ii being more generally used and tro time feeding of hugs and the san itary conditions surrounding theme A shortageof Bluegrass seed iis TO ported The donditjon of centt clover 92 per cant orchard grass 91 per cent and alfalfa 94 frultt are not satisfactory vith the ex caption of the blackberry crop which is said to be the largest in nrbadly Condition of appjus is ioar3givent i08 per cent plums 78 per cent grapes 62 per cent and blank berries 99 per ceul Hew To Foretell Fine Weather If you want fine weather lout for finest weather signs Here are some of the most reliable fur they are based upon scientific facts When the soh sets in u sea of glory that Is wthon the sunset sky isretl yoiumay expert clear weather on the following day istclear and show aloan edgeo wih no halo rr ring of mistsurroutd lug it there is a little danger of rain Watch time smoke from a alum ooy or from your campfire it is a good barometer If the stroke risup high tt means clear weath er rho smoke will also show you from which direction the wind is olowiiig so will a nag un an upright flagstaff A gray early morning not a heavy cloudy one protyisrsa fair day A hoivy dew at night is sel nex1IWill remember wet feet dry head If there are no clouds at the western horizon you need not worry about others Animals are said often to show by their stilton what the weather 1will be and there is reason in his Some of them certainly have a knowledge of coming storms We are told that spid ers are especially sensitive to a ea her changes and wheL tuev malts new webs the weather will be fair It they continue spinning during a sootier it will soon cle r off AdeliajS Heard in St Nicholas Too Much Civilization A railroads publicity aganbi once took an Indian from Glacier Pars11bntaana to Now York bactIbeen in the metropolis ahrt jtinjo tho agent asked hlmforatv e rjingHeap boys n n J replied the Indian Why bon umblaek stuff in horse tretttustt The about explained that this black stutTtcirs tar which was being sctdliu repairing tile stroat Then the perfume used by ire iuvelItltbwdrug store ho said Even worse were the oombinad smells tobacco whiskey suaprr etasI lIOf tho znpii In the hotels the posts or departed meals assailed ins nostrils unpleasantly The theaters smel ed Lad likocld utrILbedmany monuiowaior tong t mc The smellof burned f tisoAnq from the autpmoiyps tho odors shonsjtheoamo1 up from glints and the u ba ayes minglad with sewer gas iiAw and then at length disgusted Ifim ut terly i Indian must go home ha told the ugenV Big towntco many smells all heap bid Make nose herp sick u And nothing would do but tho publicity aguiit must goatouca I taku him bask to tGlitoiar Parks where the big pitys malodorous penetratednThe Pathfinder j Why Judge Guffy Hung Around The Democrats i MAside from its quaint ppaar nee and scintillating humor the late Judge Bt L Guffy of Kutsr county who served a term of eight years on the x36urt of Ap peals borsch was tTotod for Ills repartoe aiid there never was a time that the quaint old jurist cuulJ not hand bank IlRgoqdas WAS sont l In 1800 while Gcdya who was oioeted IS a Ropubliciin was on Appelato bancn the Democratic State campaign j located ItFral1lcCortIt a frequent and wolooine visitor thorn ne being porsonaUy fond ItcrticIn fact Judge Guffy apparently from ohoic wad in thu h ihit oflfratornizing with Democrats to lit the exeiu ion of Republicans t oft mush so that iit was poirm upon JVnOd1 tOh one occasion a woman friend of Judge Gutiy on oh s t r etIa I t LKNG ar Makes the finest light est best flavored biscuitf hot breads and Ntl i pastry Renders tfteOf more digestible and wholesom a e4bWTELY PUIg3OYAL- SAKINOPOWW I YOM = serving bira leaving the Demo franc headquarters and having bion ia resed with the sumo oucoiT nc8iuany Limos before acaoterfhlm with the query is it that you a thnngtL1t1u rises r Not to be outdone the old jurist wth a merry twinlrle in his eye q lcky retorttd WJiy Iets your s jnL madam dont you know they iogp raightv good licks in thor Oviurisr journal Hefty Greens Will 1 Mrs Hatty green time riohest woman in the world in tier will leaves all but about 5900 OPQof hor 100 000000 to 190000000 estate to her sonrCol E H It Groan and line daughter Mrs MaUhftwAfetor Wilks a joint tenyear trust fund Of the re mainiler of the ostata approxi mately 504700013 bequeathed speraleIaged by her brother To her sonlulifw M r Wilts Mrs 1ltpprecaKuntri nuptial relinquish men t uf ailS cnw on hip mfeH p op gets Itbte leaves nothing to charity Tam only S520000 LOI friends und distant reiaUvus r School Per Lam Frankfort Ky July l6rThe seven months school term In pircapitat school fund was increased trot i150 to S525 will be continM this year and State Super- Intendent Gilbert believes iit rfs permanent He declared a per capita tod y of 510 Last year tne fntid re ceved nn abnormal incn ad by reason of the me Hi of ad IJditional taxes by railroads ia their suits over the franchise for three years and this ear a 15 cent reduction was necessary This will affect the salaries of teachers about 75 cents the month unless counties make ap the difference The estimated schoolrevs lIH bribe year are 3781788 as lastyearpupils upon which the per capita s + estimated is 743487 w t- trCSTOH1A 0 I For Infanll nil cktl iesd The KINd YoII Mati All Bears the AtSJIWture or SADDLE HHORSES AT THE BLUE FAIR LEXINGTON KY AUU 712 iS I cake food IIJuc1gwhy GRASS JIADDLE Iouips will lhe air liniwrtant feature at Ix xlugton thin re4r The Blue prsa Fakt t95ISto U1 will oft r tltlk es anti purses for nil ages and classes of sa die horses also for P + 18W Shetland topies anidji full quota and dnaelflratloafor the thro great brc dlBsel- atliriijiitTfU 7iii1 edlo lSt TJ t tFNWMAURmt t t fIrsJ MtJOSLIG POUN XdlVora and PubJlsbera- SM ffd at tk Bpringfiild Ky Poit Mraid rtiiEQail matter r The eUrnal question Is What wMld JOB Mr Hughes have too under the same eAnd this is the cIrcumI teat tbl American Aktagtcdav If the antiwer t 1t he wosld have done as isI Wikon has done then wby cbDft If Mr Wilson hassa peoplpe 11 w1sry particular then what aon do we want If the answer L tht nt woald have done dif IwMi then bow different Would Jots b v plingqd us Into the Jfrropetn nightmare with all iits btrror or mould you have ph Ked v into the savagery of the Mexican Imbroglio If you wild then the American people are sot ready for such a change For although there are some who t ftlteapt bo ridicule Mr Wilsons Mexican policy yet when it g is right down to business huw MUJ of them realy waul to light Nor GX1e They talk of his pul ieytwatchful waitiug a May that we are laughing stock or the world this is sometime mi fttldecf politics and some t 45 it is pure political bun cob As a matter ot fact ou laird of peace and plenty flowing irth milk and hnnev IB the emyy of all the world Whei mf jlJk with such sophistry a yuvnelf the question as to boA Much tetter the United States t today and any other nation of Hw world men are receiving I good prices for their laodr and 1 their products and we are at peace with all the word the policies of the President have brought prusperity to each beartbatone and it was the Pres 14eat that kept us ou of war Tatham Springs t Ed Farriss Is very low with BDMiHQptlOD Oole Pearson is very sick jus typhoid fever The little daughter of Mr and lira Jim Snider is sick we hoi e to report her better at our nezt writing Mr Joe Bdrkhead wen t to Ft 2lio iaa Sunday to see his sun a rho is at that place preparing for the war Mira George Shirley and son Ocar spent last Thursday with I M v Earl B ed and wife and Jltle ion Air Au Royalty and family ri lted Ohomar Burkbead anrtI family Saturday night t i a Mr Charlie Burkhead an old j 4ami reepectfd gentleman of the BMh Grove coma unity died at thebomeof his son Joe Buik i r 1 head Tuesday July 4 He came up for a visit on Saturday and hrAtfwACJnaMat r eryttatglatt pound hmntdT tfMk tponfimolttintr eM MofAi fM tobaen in ouch etldtd dtttn wa theil It c E- ltvaH is n fib h tiir dt ue UUfot ul IL tli N11hill children are Joe Silas of Obnp lira Jauttis tJf Indiana Sam of Bush GroVe and Rena Thomp son of this place Annie MHbern and Bell Hrdin of Bush Grove Ho was butted the following day by the side of his ast wife tuner al services wets conducted by Rev Batohelt Birthday Celebration- 1Tb many relatives and friends gathered at the home of M r ana Mrs Westly Foster Sunday i being Mrs Fosters 50th birth day There was a dinner spreo fit for a Queens house vo ota bles and salads pinkies ant meats of all kinds pies cake and other good things The fqi lowing families were present M Royalty wife and two grano children Silas BucUhead Wit and two children William Wait and wife J S Royalty and wif John D Keeling and wife I aia Coulter and wife Merrill Siti wfe and 5 children John Whi and one child Htrbd G ff A fred Snide Clav Poster wr dolldun Rev Hatch tt and wit Rev Simms and wife Ssr1 Burkhead and tivo childrfl E laha Keeling wife and 2 alii dreu Ray Burkhsadwife ant son Hugh Kjteluig and wfie Uiah Keeling wile and Urre c iidren Dock ICuys wife am four children Marion Ryan wife aud two chi d ou Loe Bird wire and twc children Totnflul Vii wife and four cnidren Wil ie Ouulter wife andrtw children Jacob Snider Jamty Dean wife land eight children Harvie Thompson wile and 8 children Qllie Foster wire anu daughter Oscar Poster wife and two chidrtn Ivan Foster wife and 8 children A a PoSter wife aud two children iJtt Je kin wife and two ohildiui Sudie Carrier and fi ur children Everett Uuff wife and two chit dren Eugene Nicholson Ira Thompson Amos Tnoinpson Qphia Thompson The da seemed to be enJoy d by nil present lead reading by Rev Hatchett ant prayer byte Kv Siu s after which was sung Uod- be with you nil xe meet agftin1 aud clod ug rHytr by 0 C Foster after uhich they till ret turned to thuir homes wishing Mr and Mrs Foster many moil happy years together fJVJrs Foster has been an invalid foi 15 sears We that are biassed with good health audttnjoy this sunshine and fresh air of this ubpuhowlife So let us all try to live to Him with givellil us aU things and titanic Him fur our gjod health and beautiful world May Gods richest blessings rest upon uj all till ve meet agars in the other world Is my proper Total number presort 120 ONE WHO KNJOYBD irna JDAY L LDt mm F TplACco is PREPARED Jint FORSMOKERSDNDERTHE tROCESS DISCOVERED MAKING EXPERIMENTSTO- PRODUCE THE MOST DE LIGHTFUL AND WHOLE r 1 SSPME TOBACCO FOR CIGt ETIEANDPIPENOKER5 PROCESSPATENTEtIJ WlHSIOHSAlEMHCliSA A DOES NQTBITE THE TONGUE IiI I Jlt11 RINEE r nationaljoy I WASHIWUNI ouNTyfAInI i AugUstII 3 4 and 5 gg- R Offers one of thdibest programs ever offeredf allj a County Fair including a I 1Q X500 Harness Lake X500 Saddle Stake jj- On i the First DayJJ On the Third Day t i 1 t t10U Roister Ring on Second Day Ii j lDBanii i Gorerfsj olerfs j OJherAffracfions t + I School Children admitted Free Second Day i ranF BOSLEYresF THEaO CAMPE3LL See f oooomma cAa cooevoooo i ec oaooQ s x x x 4 tooceac Commissioners SaieOf Stock Alas ltattltsm Ptut EqaL7Joe erderIINtIerendredat tlw February terse 1916 in the atykt Mae I shaft proc ad to infer at Ute Court UOOM dour ia SpriugflaW Ky fOJfDA1 IULY24 1916 at l15Veloek p asor thereabout irfg be ebiiifef cipurt to tilt highest biUder un a credit of 6sadl2 months with a ft tolluwingdeOnoMttdt horse mi le about 3 years old nnmtt eke one black horse m Iti about 4 jaws old named Kill sue marf about 4y r old named bar onublaekcow abut 7 ears old named lilackytogeUierwih their increase The above ilMcribed property will be sold to Satfcf a lien debt on same for the sum of 91021 of date May 24 195 subject to a eredit of lnou of date January tT tItnO with interest to July l91 to 22112 Coat fit Total to be ra B6U1 For Uw pricfe the purchaser or with appr ved security or surety ma c ejtecut bond beariojr legal iwtermt from dAte of sale until paid ao4 having the force and effectttor a Judgment Bidders wilibeneparodl to comply promptly with these termso C F tiOtJLEY MI C W l C CASTOR2AFor Infant and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears ttov8idnottu cof fE 1 P A puts new the sport of smoking f YOU may live to and never feel old enough to vote but its cer tainsure youll not the joy and contentment pf a friendly old jjimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get On talkingterms with Prince Albert tobacco P A comes to you with a real reason for all the goodness and satisfaction it offers It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch You can smoke it long and hard a comeback Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums We prefer to give quality Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe hid Cigarette enjoyment And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds p A just answers the universal demand for tobacco J without bite parch or kick qllCk barderthanand ask forua supply of P A You pay out a little change to be sure but its the cheer fullest investment you ever made the smoke ft MBpuutintf estfanitdd parcknae purelMiaen joy into know without tobacco ALBERT II Itiaw Tobacco Co WIatonSlm N G Copyright 1916 by R J R rcolds Tob eeo Cp I COLLECTORil Y SEAT THE BILL Jhy talan Had a ethod of His Own and It Prove t in the H Degree lip Effective gheatI flovoral years igo said a New York physician tlipre was a pbyal wbosoIbe hail a ftno nujjloal practice Like a good many oth J8 who have money to pay bike with Ae doctor was ox tremoJy stow pa and collectors hall lnvarhibljy nian rfpoldjwk It ho to Me the doc tor i 1M if the caller sad bo did not aewirod theI doctor was not Finally one ot them wont at ItI debt and when We men at the door aaaed If bo wish to see tits dbcto professionally he KiW ho did and was poUtely pealed into the waiting room A detest more patjmts were ahead of ihh but be wasIlde at mat and on Ida way to till doctor ai ha waJtoil patlenllyWben ho rasehed the doctor and said he had cnrae with a bin there was a great row at onco barlttodieaenoughIThe collector didnt care so brig as begot the mousy and sjUmtghtway told haw he had done It Then an other one tried itl and was sooeaesrul but more were The third collec tar got In with aUlll for about 151 but aldn t get 111tj with that amountl Mae doctor pharcwl him 11 pro lllonal call and handed hfm the balance One or two oihora overtttreated the same Ways on their Hlenal TlsliB andjtho word soon around among tba collectors with the result that the profeMlonal cabs were abandooofl Afrtr which ootroctlohi vroro made any way they could be uMdooscept thatf ay The DIre tlve Baby At a this when poUtldanp aad gon orals have to decide almost ovary day whether to purchase a trench or a hill at the cost of 10 mpiiyhumah llvo the death of a helpless baby has set a whole nation talking This hajaiena to be a nation pkh cannot boast tHat it carve 8upmlY about Its ba bleu for hundreds of tJiooeanrtfl of then die overt year of preventable cal They dla of tenements which could be vonlflatcd ot milk that could be kept clean of geglOctthat could he roatodled Tlijly die becauo their fathers are unde Nild because their raolhora are oversao ked they are run thereIrue inuGut p roundll they at Infected by dirt Mfceawsa they are tarred Given n je lance In life most ot theSwoeld bIjoue happy and uio tel They are ret u wl that chance be cause public oplali n to too Indolent became many lai ords ant btislBera men are too gi jo ly because poll UcbMta are cow n ily and Ignorant Every year herd s of fine human bo iugfc are coudemi to death baoauio it costs too mutt y save them But Ute rataeal to k1dive a dofornwl idiot has becon a moral issue throughout the nonFrom tho Now Uoputtlo i j Cngllefi J jMuce Seaaon loollnlIf lthIareIsport that boon kno a oentwry and th anre of lcBJ3y mfILondon papers that oply half the HnglandIl prlvlIyear moreover lIderly men and oil core on leave fr 4 the front will haveI Ll themselvesialmost eve y sportsman of mill tary age Is fig j rig for his country The demand foi rouso In London Is IICar below too i n alI level as grouse thnnIbolnrIleft for this work The grouse seem to bo in tuck j i Bridging the distance twixt you and anywhere J The Bell Telephone with its 16000000 miles of wire brings millions of people within earshot of your voice Many thousand of them living within fifty or tl hundred miles can be reached for a small toll charge Are YQurfarmres a theBelli Grasp the Opportunity Call or write the manager today CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE S S TLLLGRAPII COMPANYtitrioonr otuTD BOX 219 LOUISVILLE lIT rFirst Telegraphing New worlds rodords for fast and accurate telegraphing wore madoat tho international telegraphic tourni mant in San ftranolscoa few weeks ago Richard C Hartley rananrttted th bytickingout an error in 28 minutes and 13 sec onds and boatIng the automatic trans mlltersItrnnLICrlbIDsee onda rieaJAmerican Linotype to A j Tho first American linotype machine has recently arrived in Tripoli AII rice and been Installed by La Noova Italia the only newspaper In Oal coluny IJlJu more pie turesque in the reports of Afrlean war fare than n sentence In the belatedI account oLthp British d61ekura which Is just Inside the border of Sotake northern Nigeria The German of refused again to face the Juju at that place A worker among native races sends mo this word of explanation IIl is no wonder ho says that the Germans could not get their natives to odvnnco adhere is nothing theare moro terrified at than a Juju which In this instance moods that same powerful witch doctor bad laid a spelt on tho place drawing a linn round It which must not be crossed This line would bo marked by piece of tusk or hair or something of that kind Thb natives ohlbear more afraid of facing the Juju Iban they would be of death beeaMsa to do would rateu up against them the soII Us of their ancestors Manchester Oowdloo ORNAMENT AND UTILITY 1trij choir theI I ln vw bun alined to tbi in the choir t i iTS NAME IW1t skill I had flits column of family tlinner cli hw Why not call it tablr talk rShe Knew takes Amos trolley ride through the country sajjs n writer la tho Boston AdvnrtkMr sees and hoar much that la amusing A few days ago while I was riding through the outskirts of Ameebttry an ofd lady but a decidedly spry onehailed the oar She was accompanied down tc the rood from the house by young woman possibly her daughter OJtbeOJ JUSlthatSAll aboard shouted the conduc tor Hut the old lady paid no atten tlon to him And L4aaM anti continued when you pick the ectca blsneby look out for that Rhode island Red that wants to set Sfcrtl jrtck ye Kye aint careful AtI alManl1 akata shouted the conductor but as the old lady pad eettlMl to climb on to tho oar alit pawned long oMOuili to say to him Yo oant soars me taws Ive kriow ye IAmoscane Hudson hay Road eke compeUtlcm of tile HU DAy railway now under oonetructkM trout the Paaa Manitoba to Port Neon will open a vast area of rich natural re sources The whole region with Its history and possIbIlitIes is described in an illustrated volume entitled Tho Hudson Day Road HSSltlS by A H de TromaudaH of the Manitoba Bar Making Food From Strew Professor PrledetiUial of Berlin university Is said to have discovered a net food jireparwli from strays The discovery is said to be likely to reTOol lut QUe tho food of the pOtrIDuok Turned Into Soap AC the State university museum to Ltneoln Neb Is the body of a duck that has turned largely into soap This 10 the first known specimen of the kind DootorWalcotl explains the phenomenon by saying that tho duck was fat and that the water alkali and Iiot sun simply made soap ot that por tion of the duck that was susceptltile being so transformed 1121 z IINSeliceTib THE FAMOUS t qp t IIJft I OverlandI Cars r Are For sale at the SPRINGFIELD GALA c I Overland X615Roadster75h X595ModeiI IJSTRoadster t Overland Six model 86 Five YS1145 1Willys1 1 All these models are equipped with electric start ZToledoI 695 OVERLAND now on display at the Springfield Carafe pppo site Pofloffice Do all kinds at Auto RcpkriMf and carry a full line of accessories oils gasoKpe STEAM YULCANZNG AUTOS FOR MIRE 1 Phone 138 or 128R for Trouble Car SPRINGFIELD GARAGE L c F W BAUMBAUEB Propr I Can You Afford Any but a Titani 4 Kerosene EngineIiw AT present average prices for kerosene aDd gasoline Titan kerosene engines save their owners about iic per hbrse power per hour over gasoline engines m Figure it this way On an S horse engine these ng is 88c mi hour 88p in a ichour day 88 in zoo days of work Say that is all your engine does in a year It would cost you 88 more than you need to 1t flftfrethanthrow away 88a yeir Can you afford even to thimkef buying a gasoline engine when you can get a TIMI tjitt uses kerosene See the Titan dealer and talk this ovc He has some interesting figures to showyou 4 International Harvester COyIif Aijttfcu j J1Titankerosene lare MU kr a McClure Simmy I A CALL TO HEADQUAI liRS 1 I tIILot HumpkeyModernlie your old Buggy or Automilit Lat At Style of Painting It frlwatdidr i t TBuggyBert 1 I GdueralRepair HENRY Worki e 8rT J1 1 Phone 280 LEBANON KY I r l iJ lJdi i JwiiwjWiir I COI i Suits Brushed and Pressed 3Sc Kid Gloves Cleaned 15c- = Straw Hats Cleaned and Reblonkud I2 We dry s IrLEVII s Phone 154 Mext Door to Clerks Htr fi- wvwmy9wmwwwwM M I j Fiiysicians Advise Y6ssYiteaTile latest product U scfencu MalerrYabhrfeestennathInbldousnetc Try V Vw LAXATIVE s LIVERSYROP1 it Drv R J ItAAII TON fSrRINoF XY- j i Stre tPhonV MtpR J G AWDD PhJttaffIUd Surgeon f 8toOamQfflqe hours 11to 2 p m Over fiaydona Drug Store DRwa M W HYATT Oce over Springfield State tnk OMco hours 1080 a m totl2tn 4 to 5 p m jlF GRIGBY ATTORNEYAT LAW Ode o w JQ plo Bank t IPRtNG FIELV KY DR W F TRUSiY 7 DENTISTfaOIIceo1er Haydon Barber Dental work reasonable prices jMl work guaranteed r HORSEY DORSET LAWYERS r Loutsvilleingf s If i13ears seaPerienceat Louis vlil barnt Special attention to f4 collcctiotis and adjustments L SPECIAL TO WOMEN lhe most teonomlcal cleansing andI germicidal at aU antiseptics Is A wAseptic Powder to- W ifaiolr J in water as needed r As a medicinal antiseptic for douche In troaUng catarrh Inflammation or- Ulceratloa of nose throat and that f Muaed by femlnlno Ills It has no equal p For ten years tho Lydia E PInkhamA l dlclne Co has recommended PaxtlijB- la their private uorrespdenco with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say t It la worth Its weight In gold At troffilBtr EOc large Lor or by mall Oft t PaxtOn Toilet Cat Boston Moss 1t I TREES StrawberrY j shrubs Asparagus IRhubarb ft Hedging etc Everything tor Orchard Lawn and Garden iJffiAgents free Catalog r 1KFF HfflenmeyerSon lltl Lexington Ky 1916 T Itf STOMACH TROUBLE j 1iiits to D licious Vh101i I ryliicey fort LaCI I had a bad atom MWIroobIe for years and became so weak4 could hardly walk or do any foodIf4 WMJc ai nervous I tried many reme isiW thout help I saw Yinol advor stomachUM1et w iTMAASUALLVinol thetiredthaa create neeveaJ i I i TOWN W iiViiiiinmnroVhn Local Happenings of Interes i The Freshest and Latestt tIIII AIIAbout Yourself Friends is and ifl-nt Acquaintances IULDnnnn nmnnrmn nnnnnlPl J Tho 16 months old child of Emanuel Med ev died yesterday land was buried at St Rose today iLOSTOn the streets of Springfield a St Catherine lids Class Yin Finder will please return to this office On account of the Naiioaal Dental treating at Louisville II JUIt25ItoDr H J Boone Lost strayed or stolen from my place DO or about June 2ifa four mouths od red steer caif brOed1Ger pet calf Any information as to whereabouts same ro suiting in recoveryi thereof 1ll1 be rewarded T M Mays a New Restaurant + Mr John Hayos has opened a nw restaurant in the Campbqll building m Main Street Hayes has been in MrI Springfield before and is a clev er gentleman who we predict will do wall in the business Twc fire Alarms During the past week tliei e were two fire alarms turned in On last Friday the house of Mr Stanley Hardest was observe to be on fire The department arrived promptly and soon had Abe fire under control Mr liar desty suffered some lloss to his furniture The other alarm was that ofMajor Whartons house Enters House i A burglar entered the house of Mr Earnest Keeling jjuttt over the line in Marion county last Tuesdav night Mr Keel ing and wife Ifad left home for a few hours and his brotherinriaw who was staying there started to enter the house when he dis covered a colored man inside Going around to another door hp entered when the burglar us caped Heat Prostration Mr Thomas W Simms SJ was the victim of excessive hEl t last Monday In the afternoon he walked Op town from his residence to thq Oourt House and was sitting in the sfyajle talking with some friends whan he was overcome Physicians vere called immediatolv and ad ministered to him Be was laior taken to his home and is now well on the road to recovery Lightnings Pra kstu Durirg the ast week Hghjt nine has been playing unploak ant pranks upon the people Of TOPICS I UWJirU1 DIU14lutnn DDAJ the county On Monday during the storm lightning pntercd tt e house of Mr Ellis Harlow nea lFenwick severely shocking his MrjStrotber the floor Mrs Harlowe is still in a serious oandiiidn The lightning entered the house over the tolephono Agate oil Tuesday evening lightning ttio acme of Major J L Whartpn over the elebtric light wires breaking several electric tignt bulbs in the house aud setting the same on tire AI fire alarm was turned in and UI departmentresponded but by the sceneIlheJlrOb Receives Gunshot Wound Littlt WUlie Uckersonr SOil bf Mr Blclijird Hickerson who lives near Mbokville was the victim of quits a serious accident last Tuesday morning tJJs brothers loading a gun which accidentally went cit striking wiilie in the abdomen Ho was immediately ttaken tothe hospital of Dr McOhord at Lebanon and anotfort made to locate the bullut Tho wound iis not thought to ba serious and it is hoped that the young titan will sion be ibla tu bo out J State Fair Tobacco Show The present out look is prom ising a great exhibit of new bur Iby at the big tobacco show or Slate Pair this year Last year Washington oounty had twj fortunate Exhibitors W L WbOicarated this year as tliefa 1s nothini Unit advertises the individual crop or the quality of tke tobacco grown i county than to have a par tion of the ribbons to go to a cpuntywLttts gbt busy and lot the world know that Washington county grows the bust of everything espoulally tobacco of qual try Anyonfcdesiriug Enry blanks or in formation abjtit the show call or soa Ifivaji tees of Wash ington Co Warehuusolvhpbas charge ff the Tobacco Depart went aihe 38iftr t I c NAL Mr and Mrs F U Noo left Wednesday foV a visit to relates in Western Kentucky MrVlncent Kuhn of Nash vllfil Tonn mtlis guest of friends hero MrsV Trsiy has return od foptn a visit to New Hope Mr Lviimn lBjirber has return ed 10 LdtilavitlttI after a visit to his pOirlltlS hone j Quito a nurabsr of young PDo1 r ROB SkidSi Cost Lessthan the plain tread styles of several other standard makes When you buy a Fisk NonSkid you get the best tire on the market for a price that is reasonable andrightthe mileage returns this year are better than ever Compare These Prices 1 ll- on Fisk Grey NonSkid Casings 3 x30 1040 4zc 35 3120 V Six= 30 1340 4z X 36 3155 4 x33 2200 5 x 37 3730 and remember that besides Fisk Quality there is Fisk FREE service at more than 125 Direct Branches V Hagan Bros Fbk Branches In More Than 125 Cilia 7 IOTICEi I II I IIl I F the brm at once Tlioso indebted to us will please cull and settle at once at the office of B D rake Cu or with Polin d l blini whpm we have employed to do I collecting desire to thank the people for their leIIage andtrh you will call and settle at once M BSTES lT J1gJthMr Charles Jruggs has re turned to his lhWe in Kansas City after a vfe tjtotj rolatlves here Mv Ii J UMr Kan sas City Mo is rli4 guest of hiss lather hereiMr Jvihn t and wife ofI Denver Col ti guest of his parents here Rote Mr H M ss and Misses Mary Nqe and 5 usje Penn spent Mondayin Cam b011syile J Mr Fred W Iell of Stirling 111 is the guestj bf Mr Grundy Mayes Miss Clay McJh roy of Oklahoma is the guosC of her parents here j t Mr Prank S mros of Bard town was here Tuesday Mr and Mrs H M Non of Stanford visited relatives here the first of weeli Mr F R Neali who has been quite sick for several days we are glad to repo4improvtag Mr and Mrs rank McOale of Louisville wra called hrby the illness aii4 death ofMis EUzrbeth McCabe W M Hagan iljftft Sunday to join Iris wlfQ in Tonnessea Mr and Mrs t D Maker and Mrs IrVin Thompson of Bardi town WOre here iPuesday tout tend he funeral Jbff their no Ice stirs Douglass J Mr aid Mrs N5arvinHardo t t jdfrelatlvosf IIMrleave today for T s thain Springs Mr and Mrs Joe Bogomannj of Bftrdsiown woi o here the first ofr the woekmDouglass II fJnlte a sail d itih was that of MrH Margarot poiijrlass wlrloh dcurrod Jn Birmingham Ala bama of urn urn poisoning She had Leon inllier usual good health until Frt riand afpwl t4tiriGkenlhadBdolan a letter On Sunday morning she d tnrtod this life- wasSn 20yoarH qf ale Jiiud was a dnutihter of v V B m BUolon of Birmingham At tbjima Mosfc of her life was spit pn Springfield and she arsally admired Last wasulltltl united in mar riage to glass who survives She wa ij lady of soo jjonia tlisposit and made friends of al ho knew liar Thin rumaiiis nr i fsd here Mon day on the soot lain und fojier al tiBIfs war ud ciocIot t IlImnlftN Tut iii y jitid burial wasJn the com y th9ru- ryl abe0 JAfter linger U for sQvorul months botweinil we and doaMi Miss IBlizabeth Uabo departed this life on Tuto djay afternoon She was a dau i ter of Mr and Mr James J MoJabet and Was horn in Sininiil lId 15 Years a Al o hough ii wm notgiven her to lve a mutt r j woman and W ilft the span o liar lito was hortlit was fii ofr all those vrturx0 wl iuhli Io to snake a life wtat it t duld be Just at the time whqfL she was about to venture llejond childhoods juuiiy hours iijip the trials and tribulations that come witn old years and ere the rosebud of girlhood nad jtilossomed jnto womanhood ah was called b Him that tha isunshine might nnov no slmCQWf and Uieros bud never be witted Funeral services will bbf conducted this morning at St Dominics and 1burtalJn the cemetery there Children CoxY FOR FLETCHERS r ASTORI I Club Notes Meeting of Womans dub at Library building July 13th Thursday at 8 pm Club called to order by thin President Piano solo by Mjss Willa Mb Ero Paper by Mrs if D McElroy op the preservation of birds a comprehensive article and one which it would be well fur usto study and profit by This was followed by a gen eral discussion Thplecture on Birds by the Naturalist Harold r Baynes and the Bird Masque both of which were given at the Leb anon Ohautauqua were also dis cussed by the Olub Mr Baynes is using his influence on the CJhatauqua plat- t rui to create sentiment for the protection of our native wild birds aud Is organizing Bird Clubs evepy day where evar he lecturesWe glad to report though otSprinihuiastic bird lovers Misses Louise McElrcy and Elizabeth Roberts have interested the children of the town and have a promising Bird Club This U putting the work where it belongs in Spiiugfield for the small buy however much he loves birds is ilielr worst enemy wnen it comes todestroyinu them The progress of the new club w bo wafohed with interest Mrs thou gavean interest ing talk of tire onehundred rep resentative Cilub women of the state for the purpose of devising way and moans to raise funds to tIb used In reducing illiteracy in Kentucky The State President of Wo mans Clubs Mrs Wallace Bart leit of Lawrauceburg after ex= plaining the need the illiteracyi commission hay money to carry- on this ckmpaiguasked each onu of these womQn to pledge themselves to raise 100 which would m nlOOO to be used this year in the work A committee often have beer appointed to raise the 100 for Vap1f1ngton Oq i A collectIonsfcLr this purpose hftvw not been coming very fast it Was docidotJ to ask eicti Sun day fcjcho all in flip town nnd county to donate the collectioii taken Sunday July 28rd to the It1itelcYOnUJp n Besides the 8100 the Club is rhising it voted to give 25 if the county would give as much to make a fund ol 50 to ho given us a prize for the bust Moon Light school taffghtiji the county the coming suhool year Thel teachers huve boon selfsacrific tirg and have worked with no ex reunion of rward According to the llliteacy commission report Washington c Junty ling 1187 citizens who cannot read or write Hence the crjingneed Iphelp along this him Roll CalifMinutes of last meeting lead and approved Reports of committee wore as follows Ffnance committee reported a Idss 01 165 on tuolajt picture show About 10 was reported for this c P 0 order which ah the chairman remarked is a far cry to the necessary 85 Civic committee Mrs G C Wharton olrairinaji rbpottod dotnplotion of wolle on the Berry andrpleasure instead of the unsightly dumpheap it has been for so long The Olub is justly proud of the activity and efficiency of the chairman of the Civic Committee The treasurer Mrs Q tGreen gave a report of All funds for the 2nd quarter and a fal endingJulyMeetings held the 2nd Thurs day in each month at 3 p m at pulit = JIIII r i IISALJJEm now un 011 II f f I the following lines viz I Woolen Dress Goods Silks Lawns Organdies j FlOODS 1 ImatenalsI These are all the newest and seasonable merchandise at very I prices i ltsI Ladies Coat Suits I Only a few left the regular prices off which r rangeialJS t- X25 1 i Your choice in this sale 698 These are all this Spjrafs Just 3 Silk Dresses left ask to see and hear price SeE ft 12 price Ladies White Velvet Corduroy Skirts at 4ldO IIIstyles to 250 cut in the latest models I Bargains iin Rain Coats ffor both Ladies and Men I EXTRA SPECIAL I A lot of new style Lawn Waists worth 75c for 4flift- Jolgatos Talcum Powder worth 25c sale prico only IBc a 4n I HkeiIi I IClarksON T Thread 4c Spool all the fme it I SPECIAL Price on 9x12 Matting Rugs J250 Wall Papes Rugs and Lin- oSteams at Reduced Prices CLOTHING ofII IHave d few Machines on hand will at Bargain Priced 1 The RotetsonClafbrookeb Go I u L Incorporated t STILL LOOK TO AEROPLANM Military Experts Have by No Meant t Abandoned Faith In This Weapon of Warfarctt It is an acknowledged fact that i moving aeroplane Is an abnormally dlf fault target no matter from what dId tnnce It Is aimed at because the air man can easily adopt rapid and erratic flight and repeatedly alter the direr tion of his progress In a recently pub lished book Aircraft in tho Great Var by Claude GrahameWhitb and Harry Harper the authors discuss the possibilities of duels In the air tlf against tirIng craft the land gani are largely Impotentand In this war thoy have beenthere Is still ihdat tack from the air and here as we have indicated there is scope for daring work But tbere is one adverse factor Even a motor of 2 horse powerI and this Is almost the limit today gives nono too much Power for a large and Heavy craft and for this reason U a machine has a gun and ammunition and carries In addition the weight of a pilot and combatant Its spaco mat be so reduced that when H socks com bat with some highspeed hostile scout It will fly so slowly that the onomjhaving no such burden to chock fil- epacecan fly out of range and es cape lied there been enough machines air lighters would liavo played a ledI ing role But as It is the air scout has boon hampered merely In his work and this to nt groat extent Instead of fKlru g SMTon from tho air We have only a few of these Rut h4Zai Iwill have no more this season at tAN pric I Deep Cut in Prices MENS sell R R1t1 1 1rR 1t1t111t1tt f1 1lRR1f r COMBINATION it ttf Quart House AND Sa1061jDS I Old Willow prings Whiskeyf Spring 1908eight summers per faL K W ft Spring 1910 six summers II t 3 00 t Spring 1912 four summersu K 240 Spring 1913 three summers tt u WL 1 We nil our Gds OH wr Sites Rtir = We tear Gtvernmert Insfectlm = CCYWhiskeyI HEADQUARTERS FOR pp Brandies Vmes CordSalsr AlcbolioJ Gin sad everything kept in a flrsiclass WhiskeyaOtlN = lW RI GL I1t= = LEBAMONKY 11 1 = If you need anythingt in this line Why dratl t ywi fcty K rr = a t man yon know will give yon a ire dies j PUBLIC SAL II Pursuant to an order of the United States District Court Jbr till Western District of Kentucky in the matter of it H Edlle Inusknf IIwIll as trustee off said bankrupt on V Monday July 24 1915 A z AT ONE PM at the Court House door in Springfield Ky sell to tfe luffcott UUar the following shares of corporate stock 14 slur jifei Iiil 11 Bank Springfield Ky 25 shares Washington Cotiirtr JPTAiwca iiti 10 shares Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co ji isALES WILL BE MADE FORtGASH J y r j BEN FIl1MS i Trustee of RH Edtleifc Bankrupt TTcWARCBI USED BY THE JEW 1 11ye rkjany id In AH TonOUtol tout Jjo her Jnft InSsM to ccIrJ tnit Jew has u many warcf le 1 a j IMn irs toftcwi IIn Europe for tittktheialI and then he has U own warcry that eternaf tearful t t laCIMM heaveou over Pclarts H L LlH tt writs In the Century HAM sill there II another ant a Mw r or coming the warerr of the 1 MVtzal Jew To arms to arms 0 Is rtelt hM arlMB the sudden thunder tIC cry tmroufhout the length and hretith St the New York Ghetto and u the ether Ghetto In the larger eIUM ot America UWe know of course what are the ana af the Ghetto Jew they are sjnd pen By means of theeo zkis teteaded to raise the Jew from 4 toke depths of his ashes and make him t a Ihe nation again A congress of IL American Jews II to be called and It Jb to deand at the conclusion of the ttar or before It the return of Pales M to Its ancient pwners For the t 3marea nation and they must have a tend ad Palestine is theirs That Is to say In brief that while A ievly ttreftqnarterajjf a million Jews ea the European battlefields are at s anothers throats In vindication each of a different nationality the Jews tar away from the bursting shells and glittering bayonets are calling out- t tkMir No you are all In the wrong t Ter ye are all one It s not for us to determine whether the Jews are a nation It Is jiat far one man to tell another what he should be One Is what one feels If the Jews feel themselves a nation thatfe sufficient JAPANS RULER A WRESTLER ft In the Art So Pppular In Emplrt by the Son of a Poor Farmer r HieI The mikado of Japan whose sub jjcts have been doing much to telp the allies In the present war is at rough soldier and has a wonder ful knowledge of military tactics and history When ho was quite a boy he Was Induced by his father the late emperor to take a keen interest in the principles of national defense Ho was taught wrestling and was made to r try his prowess with young men In t the humblest walks of life Oa one occasion he was present with his father at a big wrestling tbaruaent and took part In many ox Ute matches He threw all of his op ponents until there stepped Into theI ring a young farmers son of burly bmlld that It was evident that the future mikado would have a very I IrouChtime of It However he went manfully to work but was heavily beaten and had to confess that the Stanners son was victor After the match the late emperor sent for the umpire and pointing to the farmers son who was feeling rather uncomfortable at having beaten his future sovereign ho said I wish to speak with that young man 4 When the lad appeared before him die mikado remarked My so 4 henceforth you will become one the companions of my own IOn ofIWill live and study with him while rwnains at school for later on be becomes emperor he will need many a man like you The heir to the Imperial throne ot ffapan and the common farmers boy became the greatest of friends and HM present mikado possibly owen a treat deal of his democratic spirit toI 4 lht memorable wrestling bout lETTING ifrro THE uouwrnr ggithn Frem Cities Is Powerful Rea sn for Matting the T WM More SuburbanI lhl is the daJ the auburbmore more are the people of moderate oSimoving out of town vlt used to he that only the wealthy could en joy green trees grass and flowers Jow all this Is changed because of lie Improvement In car service Thirty years ago the man of means tookrthi mkMn to his suburban station =wu mtt there and driven to his home rKoV even those living on small In tones xaar enjoy the quiet the sweet sir the wholesome environment of the aeazl country life without Its former 5pai1 and drawbacks The den trio cars Uniting all large cities with a perfect circle of outlying settlei aeats have made this possible Even the workingman has been thought of taring the last decade and many com lortable houses wIthin reach ol his yecketOooX can be found There are SK longer the old obstacles of no tore ao churches no schools These sad all the other advantages of city Uto have followed the ear lines Field to M t4s and streams are the pljq sire4 fa God meant for the children b i TIle saty to aoi Tuneless Soli floor Marconi the Inventor of the wJrtleM telegraphy who returned re cently to Italy from America at the re eV4E of the Italian government It likely to prove of great use to hU country In the present crises An amusing story Is told about a reply that the celebrated Inventor onc rorrequally famous compatriot cagnl the composer Oh she said gushingly Id love to hear you play your beautiful Inter mezaoI Madam repUed Marconi gravely III do It with pleasure If youve spf a wireless piano GET BEST MILK IN WINTER Itsxint Investigations Servo to Show That Former Popular Impressions Have Been Wrong It hu always been believed that tellk butter and other dairy product are at their best in the spring and vuramer when the cows have the best pistils But recent Investigations oaducted by the Massachusetts state beaM of health fall to bear out this irliMfrtfti popular belief They indi cate os the contrary that udder curl rat c0tlttee the milk obtained In mHBMMr s If anytMns somewhat in Itrttr Ita aallt7 to that obtained in HM wt r whta the cows are abut up taiUMM At a tMpcratwrt of 50 degrees the toetcri la Milk kwfll Increue In fifty kwt tnm threto thirty times the fafeSal BMiWr phll at 70 degrees t tJMy wmjMJH y 40CH0 times Thtt If Trfcy vMc sfcwU H kept cold 1 MIlrL cTw DISCOUNT ON nArV3 tfIEl Ptntr Lean rt I Lsr is the Ri cr ft i When Professor Tnxen the Danish artist nad finished his great work The Coronation of Edward VII he received it appears an order from theI Russian emperor for a copy of this painting for which the czar was to pay 12000 rubles In due course the professor repaired to Petrograd to deliver the painting Ho was granted an audience with the czar who expressed his with the picture and who upon professor an order for the saUsfacUonI When the profnssor check for payment he was told that an order from the emperor was sub joct to a discount and he bad therefore toaccept a sum considerably smaller than the face value of the check Before his departure from Russia the professor had a farewell audience with the czar who In the course of conversation asked him Did you get your money orofessor Professor Tuxen replied that he had not intended to mention the matter but since his majesty himself raised the question he would say that he had received only part of the money At this the czar seemed not at all surprised but calmly made out an other order for tho sum which had been deducted from the original amount and thus Tuxen got bis money Washington Star FEAR INSPIRED BY BALLOON More Than a Century Ago Great sin Dreaded Visit of Warship of the Air BrtI One hundred and thirtyone yean ago the balloon a Frenoh invention of that time gave an unpleasant feeling of insecurity to England which however has had to wait for actual overhead invasion until the Zeppelin the airmonster of today appeared The fear was even then entertained that this French invention might bf used by the natural enemios of thej British race A British caricature iis mentioned in Chambers Book of Days 93 having been published in 1784 entitled Montgolfior in the Clouds Constructing AirBnlloon for the Grand Honarque The grand mmarque was then not Louis XIV but Louis XVI In this the French inventor is represented blowing soap bubbles and saying uOb by Gar dis be de grand inven tion Dis will immortalize my king my country myself We will declare the war against our enemies We will make des English wake by Gdr We will inspect their camp we will intercept their fleet we will sot fire to their dockyards and by Gar we will take Gibraltar in de airballoon j suds when we have conquer de Eag lish den we conquer do other coun Ata and make them all colonU U i Grand Konarnne Pacific Kelp In a recent article In the Journal of Agricultural research Mr Guy R Stewart of tho University of California agricultural experiment station discusses the kelps of the Pacific coast is a source of nitrogen As a result of extensive experiments tho author- finds that tho readiness with which the nitrogen In dried and groundkelp used as fortlllxor is changed to am monia and nitrates in fresh field soil varies with tho species and with the way it is prepared Nercocystis luet keana gives up Its nitrogen with isIs live quickness but It is of minor coin merclol importance Macrocystls purl fera changes slowly in tho soil but the availability of its nitrogen is increased if It is used fresh or at least only partly dried Unfortunately macrocys tie must be dried until crisp in order to grind readily Tho drying should not bo continued longer than Is neces sary and the kelp should not be scorched or overheated In the same Journal another California chemist Mr D R Hoagland gives a detailed account of tho Organic Constituents of Pacific Coast Kelps Incidentally he deals with certain interesting economic questions in retard to kelp namely the possible feeding value of kelp for mali or animals the utiliza tion of Its organic byproducts and the destructive distillation of it for com merclal uses For all threo purposes Its usefulness appears to be slight Profession Tor women INew ay college women not estab lish bookstores in their own cities and towns in all parts of the country BuctI stores would meet the need for a coiling and should yield a fair In combS Tho wares are familiar to aIn3 music photographs and other i products could be added to Jia stock and the desire for social servo could be met naturally by makinG the store a center whero pooplo coUld met whore they could examine books j end periodicals while waiting and where public opinion could be formed forItasteIt It is clear that such enterprises as In the case of tho librarians 30 years ago and of the more recent social workers would have not only to fur nish what the public needs but would also have to educate the pbllc to want what it needs This would re quire skill and technical knowledge exactly as In the caso of the libraries and the social service movement and special schools would have to he de roloped to meet this Atlantic Uonthly nerd NOT TO BE TEt lIt is useless to appeal tp the cornea who will wear those high heeleJ shoes expectthpmform A KEY TO SUCCESS DyerrHow did lately overcome Octroi objection to him an a son inlaw ByqrBe taught him a new done itep Judge SWISS ARE WELL PROTECTED rPsCriidPaeStir I in Single Column at Tre mendous Rac National defense Is no light burden upon a state of less than 4000000 Inhabitants although the natUre of the country lends assistance The mountainous boundaries which sur round the Swiss on three sides are valuable allies but the lowlying country on Uio north from Basel to the lake of Constance Is seriously exposed This is the part which in the past has tempted the Germans and French to try flank movements and where the Rhine would be only a hindrance not a prevention of Inva zion Between 1663 and 1710 at least seven expeditions of considerable military Importance marched across that portion of Switzerland without re gard to tho feelings of the inhabitants Sflnco 1815 tho neutrality of that ro glen has been on tho whole observed but the Swiss have maintained the greatest possiblo watchfulness luring Periods of war Tho Alpine passes aro approached by fine broad roads of comparatively easy grade and could be roadlly mounted by armies anti their artll lery bui this must bo done in slnglo column and tho risk to an enomy would bo tremendous At several points long tunnels admit railways and tho obstacles to peaceful com merce have been removed No war fins brought the tunnel ttho tost of defense but every preparation has boon made to stop tho entrance of oa enomy Elaborate fortifications upon tho St Pothard combine both tho road and the railway while tho Rhone valley Is defended by similar works at St Maurice and Martlgny On tho southeastern border the Swiss soldiers must stand within a few yards of tho road and watch tho Italians and Austrians contend for the Stelvlo pass at a height of 10000 feet On the south the boundary Is coinptl cated by the lakes wblclj extend from Italy or France into Swiss territory Along Lake Geneva a wide neutral zone has been maintained for years but tho situation Is none tho lest del Icato between Switzerland and Franco Review of Reviews w CERTAIN REWARD OF KI1tYjj Sturdy Farmer of Jeffgreonlan Slnt oNcity Had No Difficulty In Rca ognfzlng Sons Picture itwas one of those stubborn young men wMo carry out their own ideas regardless of consequences and when he left the farm to engage in the liv try business in a nearby town con iran to the wishes of his father the first thlngyhe did was to have a manycolored sign painted reproscnv Ing himself holding a mule by the 1Onotype came to town and the son in showing him about the stable proud ly pointed tQ tho sign By tho way isnt that a good likeness of mo dad ho queried Ynds replied the old man ad Justing his spectacles Yaas Its a godh hangd good plctwro uv owl reckon but who be that feller whats holdm yew by the bridle Plndiaa spoils Star ocoa r atcr or mistoni J aut summer a man in an Amoricu city road tho statement in a mission ary magazine that ton Cents wduld buy either a glass of Ice cream soda of paj thu rept for one Supday of a rdrn It which thirty children from the street am gathered each Week for Sunda ichool In India Whereupon h j wrote to tho editor a letterin which ho com pluled that his peace of mind had boon greatly disturbed Just think he said what this will mean to mt tomorrow and tho next day and for dars to como I will start for a coo glass of soda water and find In tht bottom of the glass the faces of thlrt street childron of India llooking ai mol In the letter however ho inclosed two dollars with the promise or more to be credited to tho mtskion alT socIety of his church tho parpos of the gift boing to restore his peace of mind for a couple of wooks a least Taken In Trade The ignorance or real cotton on tht part of NeT York cotJontradcro hf long been a subject or disgust In tb South A Georgia cottongrower re calls an incident which he ays a true measure of the margintrader knowledge A man who had been a member o the Now York Cotton exchange for 2 years was invited to attend a banqwi at tho cnttongoods manufacturer annual convention The tables wjpt decorated with great clusters of ice ton bolls The exchange member si the feast through and listened tob the speeches On the way out of banquet hall he said to a friend That was a fine feed all right as good talk but what I want to know this What is all that white fuia stuff In the nriddio of every table t Illustrated Sunday Magazine Many Anljman Klliob LArge uumDers or predatory anima wan destroyed lfast yaar by federal forest ofllcerf In tho national foro tJl More coyotes were slaughtered then shy other animall nearly 3200 beta killed Wildcat were second In the casualty list of theao S3S meet v violent ends Then came tears the death list being 240 Other nnlmalt killed in consldorable numbers werewolves lynxes and mountain lions Over 40000 acros In the Coconlno for brAGETTING AWAY FROM BIZ T know ono follow who nerei mentions the weather Who is hoP UA motoorologisU Kknaas Oitj Journal kICrnta a W ee Senator Kern of Indiana has fond schoolhouseher IntheIat least an hour before the opening of dayFora forneItLarge Russian Wheat Harvest Russia In 1913 harvested 9479g bushels at wheat t ttjT ATori SAMITE u r r U ElitbliahedWhit Mountains Half a coutt r ago Starr Klnjc pointed out tha fount Chocorua was the only mount ln In the Whle hills of Now Ilamps ifre that is crowned with a legend I a thoroughly well intentioned but nslt seems tc som at least a mTsdlt ted ambition is rca Ized that crow i will soon be displaced b a nit democratic Institu lion in tho shop of a house of public e entertainment tl ti Boston Evening Transcript stat is The recont Sep torabor gale sw p away the little InnIthat for twenty r ors or had atop the south Bin shoulder of mountain at th oot of the ilioI cone That ho though ne or adornment to th j mountain landscape was ever dear t aill who climbed tho peak because tj the wholehearted type of unpretending hospitality die pensed by its teran bonlface A snore aspiring cessor with the In domitable onorfey 3t a thorough moun talnocr has la i his plans to bullet upon the topmc rocks of the pdk Itself whero tluj ouso may shout IU presence to the world at large It Is safe to sdythat Chocorua lis today tho mostloved peak of all the Granite hills admired lby every boo holder for tho unique and Striking beauty of its form and delighted In by old and young who onjoy the mildmt Iy adventurous mountaineering all Its crags afford Notwithstanding all their harshness tho elements in all the ages have never marred thoj beauty of the mountain but man in spite of good intentions has In few years time brought devastation to Its forests and all but squalor to its most sacred places And now the chief tains curse bids fair to become somewhat less poetic and more tangible than a crowninqi legend IT WAS BAY NET OR NOTKING British Soldier Rotted and Barred His Rifles Magazine Before He Charged it lay just out fde the parapet Two flays after we hkH taken theLone Pine trenches when there came one of the breathing intervals in that six days counterattack Momeone noticed It and pulled It Info tho trench It was on the extreme lefthand edge of thV Raptured trenches lying Just as it bad fallen in tho rQd sumight during the last hours of that fateful afternoon The bayonet wa broken off within an Inch or two of the hilt The magazJrio was full but the cutoff was closed the safety catch waa pulled back and the whole rifle tram the broken f onet nonrlyto fhQ butt was biYIwith blood Idoirot know who I wan nor where hd toll but that rifle spoke moro clearly of ities than the most fulsome tombstoneI The longIookedfpr day had come and they wore going straight for the Turks with the bayonet Ills was not going to spoil It with any rifle firing Htf had bolted and barred his magazine for him It was bnjjonpt or nothing If ever man went into jt with ia whnlo heart that man Imtist have done so Lonaon TelcgraphL ILL PEOPLES IN SALONIKl Probably Just Now the Mot Cosmo poltan of tl Great Cities of th 1or1d Salonlkl rise jgrayly fram the muddy Jado wat fa of the gait spiked with a hundjcd Jl larots and crowned vith tho yollou walls of Byiantlum nd of tho Latir Ingdom In bar nat ow twisting treela under the shcshnichara wooden Turkish houses the qu Turkish life floWs Jn wpakentng lic by year before the mounting flood of buy inquisitive Greeks Mosqu fxftcr mosquo falls to ruin antI every dnth sees same mIn- uet slhnt and rpiceloss where the nueztm called ij prayers oaoh sunset for conturU Yet In the gl at of tho roaring ba- laar where ijloggod Turks soil Id amber and awed emeralds and tuffsfrom Boko irA and Samarkand In ittlo Turkish fas opening on lost quareo high m tho sllent Turkish Iwo where il redlbly agod plane ea make a eon gloom you can nil the glaroonjinkl mystery of Orlen ill life Along tl e sea front too fish ig boats with R4at red soils aslant aUf like Grne galleys and painted Ith Pheenlcii n symbols Hhotfldor- ach other pit ufqsquely at the quat n tlje streets f the atrangMt mix are of peoples tjidt over was brought igctber In th Jworjd dancing dew Ishaa In dull g Jicontcalhtsoreek aa anta white ballot skirts oarJtgtgots and shoes turned 0 with sla the toes Arab ortcra turbanpl and ban gged ralght from the Arabian Nights llatj IndlcB of the harom folIoWod by UfMlant inn bsj In tones and frock ataAlnfa4 Serbians nultcar- uis Ro lmPrnli j and all tho Hondo cript arid DIe Qsquo riffraff of ttyovant TJic town Is f fit of Greek soldiers f course and tioy all seem to have benIn America Agaln and again as you walk along the streets mon stop rou with a IleUoBIll You Ameri canT What vt1 you from S ro1 woo all ever te dAmn d slates co4talnonthere he runs 1 candy store In Des Molnos Iowa 100 hack Sure I go backvhen the war Is over No monoy beret A say ennt live In Greece Tohn Feed in rtb Metropolitan Mai k Discovering Borax obolaaccidenlal discovery of dy naiallo has anumjor of parallels The Value ofoofour chlof preserv atlvoa was maita known by a traVv elor In Yellowso Park coming upon the dead body a horse Tho ani- ma must haVOOen dead a consider porfectlyprosenodoslty led to i ii examination of a peculiar dust wjih which it was cov ered Improved o be borax hitherto used only in git zing linen but destined by that ac lBontaL discovery to become one of th jmasf used of chew ical compounds fa many Colds or in dustry ji tlLucky lijgllsh Angler A lucky angl r on the first expert ence of fishing has caught at Staines England d gel o1 tench stated to be the first caught In tho Thames for the last 20 years IIt was 14 inches long and weighed ona pound and fourteen uncea J L fttrtifRT DcGlF SE CF CRIM5 British Prison Commissioners Hav Recently Made Report That Will BeRead With Interest The prison commissioners of Great Britain hdve Just published their annual report for the year ending March 1915 The decrease of persons who were received under aqntence during the war year of I9i is Is another proof that employment In the great cure for crime Tho total number of persons convicted amounted to only 114283 Including debtbrs and thos committed by courtsmartial a de theITheIgiveIpetty offenders the restricted hours for tho sale of Intoxicants has undoubtedly decreased the amount ol crime while tho great demand for wellpaid labor has given employment to the nfany A sport time after the outbreak of the war orders wore Issued whereby many of the prisonoa who bad pro viously served in the army were al lowed remission of sentence on rncom mendation of tho military authorities with a view to rejoining their com panics There have been over 34Q Inmatoo released for this purpose The report also states that drunken ness among womon line decreased Tl per cent jOur Schooling Inexpensive Twontytwo million persons were en rolled In cTdgcaflonal Institutions In tho United States last year And they required 700000 teachers of whom 566000 wore in public schbos to guldo thorn in the paths of learning About 934 apiece was what It cost tB give them a year of schooling Compared with some of our other expenses as a nation public schools setim to be ThQYIcostexpenditure for alcoholic liquors their cxponaola 00000000 less andI goiero1mentlee wo spend a third of what the schools requireIMeasured In tQraa of products atI tho soil tho United States spent little more for education ttsan the value of its whea6crop and loss than half the value of the annual harvest of corn What the ultimate value of the educational harvest wU be la another question New York lath pentont Coin Shower Deluges Workmen otllthooft a chargd of dynamllo under a v1thIapparently been buried there since the early sixties Most of the wOlna were of the mintage of the fifties and when tho fall of coin began there was a wild scramble for IL The cache contained about 500 according to some others placed the amount as htgh as 2500 Somo Spanish coins wore found among the United States coins How the monoy came to bo beneath the stump or why or when Is a mystery Ashland Ore Dispatch to Los An sales Times Relics of Cliff Dwellers Recently discovery was made by forest rangersot an unexplored ruin of thp ancient cliff dwellers In the dOojoIoptnentsdOojj of feet fiom tho bottom of the canyon The ruins contained 26 rooms lbut no klva or large ceremonial chamt btr such as is usually found in simi lar ruins The rangers In a brief and cursory exploration of the ruins found In plain sight ten stone axes fourteen large stone jars ooph eighteen Inchoi high and three feeL six Inches in cb cumforeacc two small Jars two parts of woven baskets ono wooden slab five Inches wide twelve Inches llong And ono half Inch thick curved up ct the sldos several pieces of yucca rope ono plqco spliced with sinew one piece of woven yucca fiber and several human lOnott Cod sh Market Swampeo i big Inrush of codnth along the northern and eastern ooasto during the latter part ot Juno caused a salt famine In the Ancient Colony The salt used by the Newfoundland fisher folk for curing their catch Is obtained from Trapanl in Sicily and Cadiz in Spain Practically all the call in the island tins been absorbed and it ia claimed that about 16000 tons more tould bo advantageously used it it were available At least this quan tity and probably more hap been ordered and should arrive during the next month but much of it will coma to hand too late to be of any real nerv Ice This shortage of sIt IslIkely to affect ute banking fleet also whloV has had exceptional good foftunto lu Its earlier voyages this year The Rverago price of cod paid last year wnd tho year before both In Now fount land and Nova Scotia was about 650 pOI quintal but with foqoign markets as they are at present It Is roped that at least another twenty flvo cents per quintal may be ob tamed Tho fact that fish ot late ate no plentiful fa inducing industry and also stimulating smaller operators tezr ntt the shore fishery mote ex lanhly and Nature 1Sclenco of the nineteenth onwards was the extraordinary progress of science anti the interpretation of flnture Everywhere It was discovered that uP keeping olpso to the sphere of reality by seeking to understand naturt we were able to make largo progress not only in knqwlodgobut also In the practical conveniences and utilities of lifo If science won successes in the In t tellectual sphere they were rapidly adapted to the uses of mankind and nOLIonIynaturalism in thought and utilitarian Um IIn morals and social life The Blockhead SegeautNow youknowRecruitIve run a splinter In my finger Sergeant youaveyourend w UAHING FOH THE UNKNOW Patriotic Work Undertaken by Cer man Women That la ol Real ServoI Ice to the FatherlandI A correspondent of the Companion In Germany writes ofq touching thing that the lonely women of tho nation have done women who have no eonsIno husband no brother no father In the war who are perhaps too old or too feeble to nurse or to be otherwise Active No ono knows where the idea started but some women of that oado Inquiries of the regiments sortI pardlng soldiers who had no father ir mother thoy begged to bo put In communlcatlonwlth those soldiers The names of soldiers woro sent to thoso women this strange name andIbat the ndmos of mon whom did not know and half nevor soon Bach wrnan chose one or two sol dlers to be her especial care The childless mothers sent gifts and sewed and knit for the motherless diem Now and then came In sotI grateful post card from tho field from tho adopted son Once I read one of the card ij Many thanks dear friend It reid fOrt the package of warm things Imagine my surprise The mall ar rived I expected nothing but I was tho only one to receive a package I alone the orphan From you I re ccivcd tho only package I ever got In my life Eight days later the orphan soldier boy fell a comrade brought the iiovrs and a gentle lonely soul wept for him whom she had never known li d had been the means of forming a strong tie that bound in Imagination a worn ans silent life with thp mighty fat of her vountry She who had nevei been a idother had become a vplu jteer mother Youths Companion TOOK SPLINTER FROM HEART Etttraordlnay Operation That French Are Reported to Have 1Surgeon Carried Out IAn operation unique In the annals of Burgtfry the extraction of a frtfg heartIAcademy of Medicine by Professor Armalngaud of Bordeaux Tho patient ft young Parisian ser geant of rathor delicate constitution who was pr sent at the session was wounded at St Hubert in tho Ar gonne on October A splintar one half inch square and oneeighth Inch thlcK lodged In the heart where it remained four and a half months On February 17 Dr Maurice Beauseenat chief of tho ambulance in the Rue Jacques Dulud Noullly undertook to extract ItiOnp the heart was laid open the ilfflcultics began he fragment was very awkward to catch and slipped from the forceps several times before It could be extracted but the heart continued to boat all the time though complications wore feared everything went well and the sos geant could be considered cured a month after Members of tho acnd jmy were able to see for thoaieelioa hat tho heart was now acting nor syilly and that a cure had been cs rWthed beyond all Aoubt n wanted A aoutnerncr lie was a goodlooking cong negrc whose clothes gave no indication thai ho was out of a job He entered the Enquirer office at the moment tho staff was taking the relax atlon which follows the consignment of the last odltton to the press Said the young negro Kin yo gemmon tell mo whether tbas s BUtuon gommananywah round heah t Whats the matter with a north rs kiddorlhungry F Ah kin Ona gemman f Um down Souf hell help me out Maybo thats a new one Possibly Its a lato and neat way td Jnnke raise nut if the young negro was ot the level and lie looked It the South received Its handsomest ompllmtsnt In those parts In many a day Buffalo Enquirer Another Peach of a Peach Story Brojwi Bartholomew and Johuso counties all combined make this tort Mr and Mrs KH ba Da via live on a farm in the corner made by the three county lines They have a peach tree on tljolrplace tltt has been acting in an unusual manner and Mrs Davit who viSited Columbus hid recenU brought along some proof She bad ono twig from the tree pn which therf were 16 poaches the combined weight of whjch was ee von pounds There was not another peRch on the tree but the one twig did nobly Jest a little dlstunce frctoi this tree tkro is another that Is sending forth Its second crop of poaches and nearly all of the limbs now aro full the peaches 6elm about tho size of guinea eggs On the Davis farm there also is o second crop ot blackberries growing Indiana to lIe News j Practicing Economy When the conversation turned to 4bo subject ofAeonoray this little Wet dent was rotated by Congreesmaq Charloji hi Burke of South Dakota Jenkins was Sitting In front of VtillrshoMse In a suburban town whet h follow ommut r came along and an reeled a dissertation on the high cost t cl living Speaking of the high cost of living rosjrandcd Jenkins ereotlttng Is economy down our way now My wife Is practicing It to beat tho band You dont moan itIN oxolaimed the other In what way is she ocono mlzlngl economizing on my shirts IShols rejoinder of Jonklns Sh6 mo three for a dollar so that she can get a 15 hat Pkila delphla Telegraph DriftingI secret ot want lelImissing ono opportunity or the oem milting one blunder as the lavish waste of nIl the forces oppofturtltlen which in various shapes come within tho grasp It is tne slovenliness 01I men and women which for the most part makes their Ilvos sounfatisfao tory They do not sit at the loom with keen eyo and deft fingers but they work listlessly and without a sedulous care to piece together as the beat may the broken threads Wo are apt to glvu up work too soon to suppose that a Ingle breakage has rulricdthe cloth The men who get on in thq world are not daunted by ono nor a thousand feakages John Morctoy jjOfegt wJ LLf JI You Need a Tonic sfckrtOa to help her over the hard placeg When that time comes to you you know what tonicto take Carduf the womans tonic Cardui is com posed of actgentlyorgansandhealthItweakailingwondedsuccrssyou You cant make a mistake in taking CRDwTheI Miss Amelia Vilson R F D No4 Alma ArkI think earthforI wassodizzyspells andasI anything dealersHasM II Mc Mt M il iChildren Cry for Fletchers flit Kind You II vo 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thing furniture com the dtaeiMM tcaMMf ofcluu and rerm that ate raised by the vie el tie btea byL+ p Sweeper which although eaJf opented If MM creates powertul suction force which draws Mt al sW lit and dust found tj rut and carpets attest ike lime the rewiring brush picks up afl JiM iVeaca rardingt etc are made m three MM NJ 4 under a riP guarantee for one tear You try DwC icyyourowehoweforIldaysFrnotCharFor Agented I IN ATDRES ESSENCE futractellm forest Natures kiwi ore perfect butdra follows iibsse sce jgPobeyeJ Co MraiR tc asPire for the cue to the crest thea are myjileriii1iife that we can tatticya for Take the bark of the wildoher y tree the root of mn4nk tOM r m r PC root queen root loodroot and toLcniealt make a MM nonalV ic extract of them with just the right proffordons sad you lutt J 1t1c Doctor PIerceS Golden Medical Dl cery It took Dr Pierce with the ussktai2Ce ofwo leatue4 chernsta eilbt rMn III faced work axMrimfcatini to jkc this pure glycerio cxtracand aitrative 4racst 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