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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r AMP j 4 f 1mII i lit ro t j 1 MW IEWESYOL XXXII No 23 SPRirdFIElid WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 3 INPUyI ii I j ktiIBfec Grass FairHow +1 t zBlHfeOraBa Fair association Ia always anxious to give Its pitwiu the bfest that vpn be obtained nndhave this year en Wf3 Wclxjcs Band ud0ttiiJd Opera uIcon ot Cincinnati to supply the I BiH lMl program dT kee concerts will be given tree w ck diYand evening In trout of the and stand In ensaglng Mr TTSbor and bIg com ptoy the nanagcment bollevea that UieCUred the best musical attrac don aTtltJt18S the Weber Band has 4utly earn 4 the title of the Prize Band ot America In addition tq the fastrusentfll program we WHV have h Mlsa KatherIne Hoch soprano Mr John Dodd the great baritone and Kenyon and Elwell In popular Bongs dtI tfie day Fpr more than a qnartcr of a centary Cincinnati has been recognized ha the musical center of the United States Contributing as much ns any other one 1 CityVItJPrize Band whose splendid musician i ship under the direction of Its tireless SI and capable director la now recognlxed throujdiout the length and breadth of ji the land sfL jt rha Is the PrIZe Band of America t jf won that title In two national ieastfists and Mr Weber Is prepared to 0Wend the honor nt any time and plac It to a bargain offering Indeed of mu J sic played sung and rendered in vari utorm or Individual and collective styles by artists under the direction of the dIStinguished John a Weber A great treat Is In store for the music t loving public of the Blue Grass region STATE UNIVERSITY EXHIBIT AT BLUE GRASS FAIR Farm Orchard und Garden Products at- FIoriI Hall At the Blue Grass F41r Aug 712I the College of Agrictllhirc of the Stntei Unlversltj will make an educational i exhibit In theFloral l ilnji of farm or chard nnd garden products awl also many other material representations eack Intended to teach Ita lesson The exhibits Include Uluslnttlrc ma teriaf from the department of Agronlromy splls and crop Horticulture i Bacteriology Anlmnl Husbandrjr Food- kndvDnigrs Entomology Veterinary Science Dairying Poultry Borne Eco norfdcs etc OTieseexhlblts are Intended to by material representation the teachi learned by exi crimcnts conducted ntli entncJicytopcrljneiitStatIon or1 bTlItatJOUS Iii othei stats The purpose of the whole exhibit Is to Instruct rather than merely to amuse or entertain the visitor It fa 5Sn easy matter to arrange beautiful festoons of grain In the sheaf and ot other benutlful things thnt may have I been selected from the fnrm but fcuch an exhibit does not give the spectator J a beneficial Men that will help him when he returns to his farm It Is fill this need for help that the exhibit of the Agricultural College Is prepared Again the worjc of coiujnetlng these exhibits Is on effort on the jwrt of th college to get into close pcrainn con ttctiWlth thE tanning public with thfe Idea bf mutual Iiolpftilna Reprfr- sentallves of he college will be In constant attendance for the purpRse of consultation Bulletins on various arm topics will be distributed tree of charge Character m Eyes I Wide open ej ea are 1indicative rashness Small eyesare surpoedtc in dicate cunning Sideglancififf feyea are alwas v tobe dislrusled Tile dowrxoatt eyes ias in all ftge been t5jre1i of modesty The propeji disil nce betveen the eyes is the vidtli of one eye P ope of mtl rch ly teuiepra mint rarely have cluar blue eyes Eyes with longf harp corners indjcato great discernment andI pent The white ol the eyes showing 1Ibeneath the iris is indicative pfI I mobility of chrrtcter4 b Vbcn the SEp v lids cover5 half or more of the pupil the In dlcation M of cool delibeni ion Atveye the upper lid ol which passes horizontally across the pupil indicates mental ability Unsteady e j es rapidly jirking from sideio side are frtquenU1 indcative of an unM tted mind Eyes that arfc wide u part are jwtil bl pbysiojjnotniila to indi cate great intiUfO ce and ten t aclous memorrS4aEye placed clrsa together r the hcLdaresaiJ tJ ndicaie pitf tnesa pf dispcsluon je lojsly and a turn lor faultfinding W ide pen bluing yes in waak con Ion ucp iodicute jealousy J bigotry intoleVacce and pertinacily without any Irraest JWhen tha under Mch of tl a upper eJ eau is a ptirftct StWi circw it ifh dcati ye of good ness 4 bta1ol of liidjaiiy sometlmts JMCe i cLwrdice- UflKThmq 7 Trl t P t i rrijris1 r t 1JiK iiIJ I 1916 Farmers Will Benefit By Jhe Rural Credits Bill fiere is what a farmer vhc needs money can do under the Rural Credits BW which was signed by the President First he must join what ia to be known as a National Fara Loan Association paying in5 for one of i s share for each 100 he wishes to borrow fie has one vote a share but not to txceed leu votes in all Next IK applies to the associa tion npte lher for tccured by a mortgage on his farm If vhe association approvei the loan it turns the mortgage to a laud bink1The lane bark send Lhe amount of loan to tile association which hands the money to the farmer No commission brott age or rakeoff is charged to the borrowerNo loan is to be for less than 100 or more than 10000 nor less than five years normore than forty years The loan must exceed 60 per cent and perfei ably shoud not go beyond 50 per cent of the market value of the land covered by the mort gageSThe borrower pays semian nually the interest on his note plus an installment of the prn cipal He must o be charged over 0 per Cent iueresl Bich National Farm Loan As sociation must have at least 10 members and it cannot begin business with less than 20000 in loans applied foi- It is illegal under severe penal ties for any officer committee m n or member to accept any commission fee or preqoisite of any kind for granting any loau Toe only paid officer is a Secre turyTrtasurerI Money can be borrowed byth s system in order to pay for agricultural land equipment ferlit iztrs live stock buildings and improvements or to discharge a pror mortgage The land bank may charge tire berYowing farmer only 1 per cent more than the rate it gets on its bonds This margin of one point titEx i For The Kaiser cr The President There is not the sightest doubt that the GermanAmerican Aliianc demanded the nomina tion of Mr Hughes There is not the slightest doubt that it will thr w all of its infioenceto secure the election of Mr Hugh es and the defeat of President Wilson There is not the slight est doubt if they ccplbff their purpose hilt it will be re gard ell in Berlin asa smashing German victory For the first time in the history of American politics a large element of for eign born1 citizens and a number their descendants are under101 ldnr by banding together to rebuke tfio country of their ad option for its policy in dealmg with the country wfllcn yjey left to become citizens of vithed United States Because PIPSIF dent Wilson dared toilcin Gtr many down for the murder by submarine warfare cj American- cttizeiiOUthO SOILS i1L violation of international law these Geri uianAmtriuuus have baiiBed tOe getner to rebuke the policy of this country If Mr VlJson can be beaten by the German Vote because his policy is displeasing to Berlin then this country be comes subservient ttG German control and German demand Itjd is enougft to cause the b od toj- boilin the heart of every true American Lcagardless of what his former political assosiaUon has iss inThi blcampaign1l l dorsement ofVresiddul Wilsons foreigh policy which forc ed Get t many to abandon Its submarine policy on meron ant and passenger Ships or shall Lit be defeated to please Bet Eli ab lht wll News t Learn a Little Every Day I M icbigan hs eighty six auto raopilafaetbripi Americas fisheries yud a re turn of 20000000 A fun grown elephant yields 120 pounds ofjvory 1Forly eiiltdifferent materialsl ti in tlia cbnstruclion of a f p ano- About 100 different specids of i oysters hie been classified by scientists ImVOl1Y day the Themes river ssoqps 1500 tons of earth froni its banks Th4rissaidtObe about 30000 farms In Texos on which no cows are supportid t Natives of Algeria bury wUh their doad all the modioioes used fn tueir last illness f Natives of the Kong Africa Uio gassware and oockery to a considerable extent j Thoi0rreat least five libraris ia the worle which contain rno than 1000000 volumes eadh Abont 100000 persons arQ on gaged intbe meat packing industry of the United States lIP 8el sJt I S 8 zacc SureSt fiOIca Wjjon His Free Choice IIIIhave in my vmiug career least my ballot for Bleveland Me Kfitevj Bryan anfqrffepig vJBltl and therefore cani 0aim same greeVf independerce iaflb W Alcolt of Now ayen Cdpn iiiu a letter to the Springfield Mass Republican ltiLre are so miahy reason rTte nued Mr Alaottwbvian dendent way should prefer ilson lo BugheLllat 1 am- nfTtijour space wuldai b- etken upiti the enp iteration J will therefore givejliut three uli isufti Uq re9ons orthe faith wl fniJne First th6 Presid n t isabsohro ly honest and conscientious in- aIuIiditthiigsaijd Js high l4ea u4 moraL pqrpbses botii ead1t1Plrm1lCQca ftllt iHn hdtlnn 1 t soonamany4 great acljieve nibnM foStbe bertitofriijankihd wh tr thrjorwn into bbales against his mistakes of judgment sO far outweifh the errtaiis that gte ajance in favor of ihe good that he has done carl not be estimated IFThird Mr Hughesbas nothuic o offerjJiatve as a nation are not already Tn gaossBShionlpf J LA Wily AUeht r iiii rI A magazine athiredai- ors j and buggy fr u McC6re- Mi1lEr of Fern eelr IJ juiyr under agreementr tutn rig upon the samat1fHo ever the agent did 9t r lfillr1 contract and Batu r night ipI up the rig at the ityferfiyef stable iin this city fPhe agent beconitg uneasy t niatme- dIeItnitli Ihour Of 1dn1gli Sa- ludayToparts un town onty to himaelfT Mr Cut received a des ripton of tbe tse and bng gy Sunday from tl i Fern Creok liveryman and he tit once tel ephoned then lhIt the J1tit was inhfs slablrrho Fern Creek liveryman r Qverad their property Monda Th6 fling azine agent or hor thief osoip- ed detection andhl pt ojlly by a few hours JBUzaU htown Mir ror i t Conscience Fund LI Money from the guilty on its remorseful way to tho conscience fund in the nati ml trQasurj passes over the de k of Geor e R CotAsey priva e secretary of Mr tlc doo B thp4heiican i imaginajLife and a newspaper Ir1tor by pro fssin Mr Cooksdy cnn read the mental tortura fin tjie brif Jl f estof scrawls ant lbC ear pride and peuitened in the longer let ters that are often feigned in penmanship ptnposely mis mbney is now being re ceived at the treasury from men and we men who have ohesitiju the government than at any time heretofore The totall for the year to the mouth of May was 68000 In alj Ihe conscience fund amounts to 500000 It was started in 1811 with an unonymou repayment of 5 und Ihs grown by tits and starts Ovrs- lflOO Is me necks ago Mr Cooksey d a package untidily wrap pd in rough paper and smeared with rtd wax along its seam aud round 80000 in bills of Jar e denominations This amount wrote the person fron wlom the money bad come in a lletter tltai wasreceivecV tfy tbi same mail makes a sum agmegating ego 000 which I have sent to the United States or four times Urn amount which I stole years ago Couscience the writer went on to say liiia jfiven mft a reSt untili Ii have consummated the fourfold return like Zuccbaou tne pubhicanofold May every thief understand the awfulness of stealing is the sincere wish of a penitent Thou seemhifly as an afterthought ibis line wt added to tho letter Letn pi e claim auy of this amount on any pretext r bale CoisJonersw P vs vEquityClarence Ohier ot al Dolt By virture of Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at thu May term 1916 in the above atyleti Causa I shill proceed to offer sale ou the promises on ON SATURDAY AUGUST 12 1910 at 230 oclock p orthernbout to the highest bidder on a cre it ol ono 12 months the following described property Two certain tracts of iandsiUiated in Washington caunty Kyf between Alack vule nnd CartlwoH noM Cherry Grove Schuol House containing in thw aggregate 87 12 acres more or es This property has new frame house barn and other necessary outbuilding with fiqme timber L For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasara witli approved security LumrillJJllogal SIa Judgment Bjdders will be prepared comply promptly with those tormaa Ifto C F BOSLEYy M C SV C C IIi i BulLGalf For S1e 1Can rpgistor iiiioitliar Short PoLled Duriitim rtgHtfr 7raOntliH old dark rod one pf the best in Ky Price 880 ISeo phono or address It P Bendrcn bon Mackvil o Ky 7 4I x4444ic3 r w- WA5HT0N tt COUNTYO FAIR1 J August 4 and 5 I Offrsoniei of the J best jpfbgraiilrlrS ever Qfferdd at i aiI I ia County FairMnclupriea S H vt- i I I1 1500 Harness Stake 5d Saddle Stake On the Firstpaya t i On the Third Day i 100 Roadster Rllgn SSlond Day i i J11 9 C iIDaiFut v Band Concertr ffhert Affr cfions j J t ShQl Children admittfe5Fr Second Py J 1 I iiO F1 BOSLEY Fres tHEO4 CAMPLL Seci + xs t 4+ 444 wa Deaf and DuinbMan Injured1 rjA team of horses belonging toS the Bardstowd Furniture Go J creaed considerable excl mef on the streets Mptdiy afternoon whim ji driveless it dashed up Arch t runta deaf And dumb map missing Orumes drugstore by a narrow margin and falling IL trout of Grigsby Cos pinceof business The team was II It atiinding4- nr0t of B P Griesby rsi dence on Arch street Iie horses became impatient and ttortod on their own accord gradually increasing jneir pace uqtil they becan to run at the corner of Maui and Arch streets the horses starts Jto turti duo Main street but from ciiise Or other tthey changed their xtfurss and continued down Arch until ithey slipped and 1011 Frank Auberry u leaf and dumhm nIu native of tnia county but who fir a number ot years has hen an inmate of the Deaf and rigb Institution at Danville was walk ing across the street with lKs in the runaway team entirely unaware of its approach tin tongue of the wagon lo whchi tlio horses were attached struct sum in the back knocking him opwn the horses passed one of Hither side of tte unfortuuati man Aror theteRmt hd pass ed the pVostrate Ulan was plqkpd up and taken to the office of Dr Greonwell where it was discov ered that he t ad sustained tViQ painful but not dingerouafecilp wounds and a serious wound in the back where lib was struck by the pole of the wagon bIDr has not ad yet been able ttI datQnuina tile ful extent of thiJ wound as it iis feared that heiit injured internally Aft r h wooiids were drossod Mr AI terry waS removed to the home of his sister iiar town where b had beon visiting I3ardstci- wnjpird Poultry Notes 4 fIt never puVs to tryto save money on Urn equipment or fCiad bought for roaring liltlo chicks They require the best tf thevjare to tiye and develop into tuemgtt profitable fowls Never take chicks o tof the iincubator as soon as they are liHtched but letUicm stay in the nursery under tfie egg trayfcr Si hours ann get well dried off able to run aroungand sfrong In damp seasons there is like ly to be more mold and musty material winch hdiio and cljjck onaKMii gat hold of and an effort should bj made to prevent tbeir gaUing such material because it avid cause canker in many cases When chicks are first plqc in a brOoder thjay Hhould bq Icmpt under tho hpvbrmosi otliti tiirit fur tho Hrstday s that they will not boeotno dUlled and so that they will get accustomed to oiing under the hover for warmth If the wings of little chfck grow too fisi und hang down they will require too much ol the strength ot the chicks to ciirry them around and the big huavy feathers should be cut oil oJoao lto the wing tefcd only wnaC chicks will eat up quchthi so that tluywll be nnxious for next feed provide plunty of grecA succulentl load Sprouted oats lettuce ripe mangels beets and c bbage are good green foods Tliey are ns necessary for CIJikS as forlay ing hens When ench brood of chlcksis natchad it should not be placed in coops or brooders u tHtbe coops and brooders have bean thorouuhly doaTied an dlsinfec td with some good liquid dish fectanl if they have ever been used biefore un iu tiea 1h1gaM s vrt Iln tlli sh4iip 18111 OXtjO 11I jo swuwifiwu gull fun 1 8tnnitnoad upOOOOOtS aujJDjjo uonBjaosM atn1talill JoJ Aiotig an iDa piOJaJOll aIl oq utA WIJ1Ix po1- otIl JO ealnluaJ ar flw linipuvis mo sossnp oraqv uj fBidsjp 3jq jo pojufisB oq ojtqnd flqj pan pojtifiai oj uooq OABq daaqs ojj loo tOl0 Joj eossup Ui Xj aa tfj 3stt3J3U lquronon au Sf U3clt pun JB3Jf SiQ1 pAsjAOj u9iqsUqJjI- S onia oqi J 1it rannijDjd oqjQ JlIJl-0 nll IWrfIIU l pr Ij i 1 z J I S o1 T t J4KIN0 PoVDS r Makes the finest lgfit I a estBestflavore4 biscuit Hotbreadst cake arid pastry Renders tI j food more digeaSi 1w+ and wholesome 12 fl Ti L f r ABSOLUTELY E EAKIHaKWOCI 00NCWVMW 1t= u- J 1e Utility of the Hpric In spite of iba effort that is be ing made ih this modern day of labor saving machinery anil corn tjf tug invention to replace iho norae as auttIul factor in our every day life thaj noble animal esnans faithful friend aud coo tinoea to pOve hiS utility True some people crtfl this the horse less agor but its not They con end that the automobile and the STOCK lias put the liorse vpttti cuiniiiissioUj but they haveat Lets see iif they have It is said that there has been a good dealS If la k about the horsa in gress lately and the casa for the horstf cud his owners loolj rosier that some folkswould have us oelieve Reports from all over coutitry indicate that the tterIpriceswore active In this country during the past fifteen years tutjra has been an increase of more that 10 percent in the sum er ol horees Tbare are over 2XUuO000 hprses in the country owanditbout 2000000 auto mobiles There are less than four horses gn an average to overy farmio the podntry Motor tractors cunnOt be eoonomically used on ine fwui where a tractor will notdi dlace as many es four uorsos Therefore tne use of tractors is a much lle s menance to tho horse than 4eiedprob- able when the tractor h JSine lirsi bdjfan tobe accounted 58I factor Froni a half a million a million horse have been shipped to Europe for war purposes Europe is killing its horses at a f arfulraie aiid will keekp on needing ours alter tho wars All his preliminary to explaining what the GoverninentU going lo for the horses There is 110 doubt thai ilje bet horses are going 10 continue to bring high prices mdefinately The good norso will compete better with the tractor and motor car more overbe IS getung fashionable againin the cities and finally theincrea iu the army is open lug a much larger nurket for him in that Direction A Boston journal devoted to the interest Oft the horse made the sUtemen recently that 881 per ceufof the transportation of this country is still being done by our horses Bnt for oar horses we wbuld soon starve to illjIbicycle ihree orfourdeeaaei sgcII it was the prophesy of many the horsfcwprtld pass 7odav 1M is more valuable tbaa vr be fore while the bfcycle his si most pissed into diMAM Thus the idea that oM 1 is geunitv liar or ever WSi J pstro is a prerioeterori OMS5 Aft rjf as time shall taiL be will f M contributing sabsppiuJcandcouiTorbasaijeafii ss1 r for which be IssoreMel 1tf OM in the beginning Woinanrk 3iFiir =For the second tie a iii history ofth Kwatwcky Ai bs Fair a Womiaa SiMji ie1O M a5 part of sanaa hayr Mfc Department 1f11 hMM pjfM A ast year ad wlw1 foiasd tIfT Ibe such au attraciiTtt os l4continuation ai4 raurf WMiW 1 this phase of exbHriM t fit placing WOIllIla bMtfirirkV bsfore the btiyiajf pv lK WM thought tobe wise IIn the Woasa jJipattoiiat articles Of wotaba hIdiIIIrk textiles art aid ebdkcry i Iiai d in copeoUMOtir J prizes The WOMAS tih is intended to give as qpp rt iitju to theladiea of the SiMs Ito M bibit their handiwork ior a tie IA small cmrmiMioa will 16i charged but sely oi iii4iks sold AU articles to tbs Wr maneShopwiltbtskemsivse to the best ability at a corHtt iefficient ladies in chartf ai lw public who are alUcctoi to UM Fair will hays an opporfaMitjret purchasing so1hiesadm er ti prlctnel that IKUI lthe houdijrdrk ol Oto boi makers of oar Stato AVkifi ranging frow qtiilwi W kW caps and hutolictreiikte Met as beautiful things in art wiii son sale WhIloeetSful things that WJK UI Iastearwere 1ietu1d7IS names of the waker wi 4tolMi c f by the viiitot saSbegLven1atroTbS1EItaI leSei Department iU UM llto t inltiehumisI7kYUO9tUnity to t the buying iMMfe Uro fichaanei of MM S+MS7ui to4rl fair your fair 4rek IFtwt you take part Al SS Those who ha 4Mv a catsiogust KSAte Fair m 4 II sending tbtir J Itto Wi J Oabek 1M l isville Ky i- Faraers c a i Rsi- NkcpersAm 0 yoe eliS aS7 1Wli iyrk aM 3- Iew7tit wlKir ywirj Date bo4It QWtQ wlU YyMww graties or oes7 ttdT1pkan 111 jIWscoppP fft wij T 1 RNf4stAD A t IlV flJtItG t i fIt irrre s1YLwalaAY N 1 il JIJIft NI Liter xhd Pablit6ere Yeesf ir rItitlltt As wy KO to pre tile A lie 1 tflil iiQMtwltot oilve in tilt lAiwjpeaa wr sad eontlmae to yrftpa l TeaIoossback jz A MMator of Mexican bandits t oroaMi tW border line into- Arreriest territory for the pur pOMOf pJnaierirK but wero IKuoHrtly aTafHrthanded by ibo tanker per which engaged Ire little in which two tA tMrica M wtr killed and one weMied All this bandits Were ttaLMit1 to have been killeds i t rIt Ii Ih Asipid- j1of tf AtT then IMtitute t e r We4h Ce ei i1ttu on Relations f J rWWe ftaeCoenty Teachers laiMieti wiek to Mibvit the following seuiuMsi Be krwtred That we highly com 1sied MiMjMMHMtjr for the efficient aaeer ta wfctefc tie institute has been NtIN ste- leped Bat wi to extz4 our tot feitowkc for the in pr faj MIl sifirt MUreMt delivered to S tat Msatetie JeJ rosin 1aU Dun eaa Ibe Mee W T Grigeby Prof r t t Mesrt Mr Kite and Mr Keller d asrfaketetbe fellewiaf Musicians tort whew we are iadebted for so much fhnun Kathleen Miller tin Boeley WNia milrojr Mn Harry Shuitz- FeeriJieeWeil Grace Jeffries Edith s MeClafai Martha Melatire Jiarptet i gayae Mrs Beni Althair Helene aad Cbartette S4wBir It B Edelen ups Mslsa Viaeeat Kahn Thornton MnaJWe Jtefcerteea TfcM WI wiak to extend our appre eeMSea to the trustees for the demon yFallteUea ef their Interest and coopera MN wki tee fa rWorkIJTewth We wkh to urge upon the edanceofearryhhgoathte iii tallest their reflation regard f te Ifce liiBJag Circle boob jPKea We wink to thank Mist Emma Meewi fee tM excellent manner In wwa stelMM kept the record of the MwW a4 recommend that thee eetfof 110 be allowed for her S4 feih That we extend our sincere tkeaiks to the city board of education S pet their Madness in furnishing as with the piece and also to Mr Rees feraeeuriaf the black board for n r peerler their lutereetin aor instltote which t 1iMr hare sewn by their pretence I Ifhth rate hereby heartily ror eive hatwe will do everything our pewer tsrboys and girls 1t tiIaslsetaeef patsing the Common cheilDfploait examination and enter highcko w j Utawtfc Tbatwe appreciate the co ablyieoeae4ei tk v devotional services for tie t N JUt That we appreciate the Work I tee e hy Prof Colvin in the summer easel sad ita efforts to make it a suc eese We aeliavethat this is the great etedfccrtfeeal movement that Vasb Mffto uutJ has experienced in many eMI aced we hereby pledge ourselves tee cveryta4ac in our power next year te make this a success1- Kteveathe That our sincere thanks fT heexteadedto our Instructor Prof Gel Celvia who has so ably dis eaeeei dariaf the week every possible c piece ef edveation We realize now Mre than eVe before the many things ttukt we MeIiW know in order to do the Iprratwerk which is before nee And l t 1 1 If V rale stilel Inftlt1etlonltu fillfd tn wjth a entire to mae Wpadngtn Gran first is edge n hQ rtpt a this w4j lnc n t r f Ind lurajcc n 7 IhB B TTOM I Ic MATBKXLT OBYAN XOYAITY Mwc K Ceeueittee oa Iteeehttieaa 1 lMWPS THIEF AT HIS WORK ft tMis elte Dirk That rh4prap1 e White M tIM Aet ef 1Ir Hie Trade F r the fellew who wernH rather Meal than work life IIs leather hanle aH the taae pays the SlrBlsffcasB IAITake Herald the case of the thief wile broke into a DhotetrafUe etWie la Belleville WL the other day Itns tie vtewpoJit of the prowler a yhoto ferj4a icerene then the chemicals be expected la each a place wouldIII wise little of Yalae to any MT ykeiofrayher T 4IW be found But the owaef of the etudlla Belle Tllle had Mea fearfal ef robbery beat r ties Therefore he laetallei aa Ulel1Atnetvale the device belag Derated eralaary burglar alarm ayaaratve bl Now the photographer la eat coaU erable photographic avppllee but Is able to faralsh the pence the TM7I beet bed ef a deecripOen of the thief la fact he turned over several pbetf raphs of the burglar at weree ef which than him la the let of put UBe a leas into his pocket Oaee the Wet to caught there ekoul be ao AUIealtr la preying his pUt the photograph being yowirft though Qeat wltneeeea Herein la a eaggeetloQ which say well be taken advantage of by maao Jacteren of burglar alarm ayyardtae far if it worked to wtU fA the photo graphic stveto it might prove elec tive aa a yroteetloa te beak vaults aa4 ether reaeeltoriee ef valuables Its hard cm the thief ef ceurte Mia then burglary Iis getting rather ua popular as aa occupation anyway WISE AND HUMANE PROVISION Unele Sam Frem This Time On WH Lock After the Benfceri Hlth erte Nefleeted ThoM who brave the dangers ef- aiorm fog and Iceberg ef that ele rated nba arlae plateau east ef Cap Cod where the banker seek the cod are to be looked after by Uncle lam The men of the big lhlag feet which puts off from the NewEeC1aB coast from Gloucester Boston New buryport and Portsmouth lead as iiteaee which aro dangerous to bod- Ily health and evea to life Itself The fishing craft which seek the cod hake halibut and other deepaea ground fish on the Georges have mea per facilities for men who become dm abled and the usual program has bees that when a man got sick he had ta stay sick and take his chances of re covery being out of reach of physi ran says the New York Frees edi tonally In a single season nay boats and lives are lost with numbers store ol men Injured The national tTorernaieat has played the tout guard cutter Aadreecoggia at the disposal of flsherms that say become sick or disabled and the Uatt ed State public health bureau UI fitted out the boat with hospital ann sates and fittings A very thoughtful std attentive looker after the welfare and safety of Americans L Pncle Sea becoming in many differentway aad directions THE REVERSE IIOK lid you see where a labor petor in Massachusetts declared that id the night section the telephone girls work while they aleepP Humph h thats nothing Ive known them to sleep while they work JUST A WAY THEY HAVE A man remarked the morallser grows old before he knows iit n And a woman rejoined the demoralizer grows old before she lets anyone else know it- NEIGHIORLY COMMENT vCaa You Afford Any but a Titan Kerosene Engine- AT present prices for keroseneaverage andj evew41tholet owners about iic per horse power per fcotr over gasoline enginesIFigure it this way On an 8horse engine the lay Yr M iiJfc an hoar 880 in a Iohour day 88 jn icx cr daya of work Say that is all your engine loa in a 11 It woldcet yon 41 BMT rhea rea MM U par to tyjaa fkofM fasoline enfine one year That is more g a third or the price of the engine Can you word t ts1 fc2fpay J y1 Cue you alordeTen ta think qf 1 MqMK a pulie saciMwhfeBi you csa ret a Tttoa that IiIhlect1M TUtai dealer sad talk this over f 11rteua iat1lK icva tto skew YHo h t r 6 J1I trtI1IfCIIyArblJ r It r1 hsrN saiw f ed a a j r CCJ re Simms tl 1x r Jt t 4d 1L 4JINIn1A b LiLt ll ii p 1111 c r f I UtJ I tf 11tJ L2 L t L u ti 11 srr Suits DRilled and Pressed 3Sc = oJVJU Gores Cleaned 15cfaaj Straw limits Cleaned and Reb o ked f 3 we dry clean twice a week T I LEV NICHOLS PropE Mud 54 Mexf Door to Clerts Offic mi rmr Ift mmMr m nmMn mn r mrrr PIANIST QUILT A CLAVICHORD Arfmlratlen fer Each Wai Young Inspirationl InL lta- Cenctructlen IIMan to hear ud to play the jaeale of Bach on the clavichord the iaetrumeat oa which Bach played and competed his music led Frank M WaUoa twentytwo years old a Jack wet mulclan to build one of these ta ItnEta sari to build it under such handicap u would came the average person to despair a Jackson oor respondent of the New York World write Two years ago WaUon went to Boo ton sad studied for ayes at New Eng land Conservatory of Music There be acqujred a technical knowledge of the piano and kindred instruments which ofdthe clavichord an instrument has not been used for 20Q years from printed descriptions of it ha ute museum of the University oi Michigan there is a clavichord bunt the ttmof Back but knowledge of this instrument did not come to young Watson until he had practically corn pleted the clavichord on which he was working However he made a trip to Ann Arbor and sot only inspected tht Instrument at clog range but put itt in repair With the exception of out or two things he found that the clad chord built by his hands was correct and details which were wrong wore at a minor nature Fetaeh and phosphates The agricultural department ef tht University of niinolaha published an other report dealing with the aollr oi thus state and the fertilizers which they seed This new investigation like the Jut ahow that Illinois farm en teed not worry about potash With the exception of swamp lands our Bolls have alt the potassium salts they need and the addition of more is a atlmu last rather than a food What Illinois land usually does lack Is phosphorus and the tlnlted States has a plentiful supply of phosphate rock This Is good new to farmers who had been taught that the lack of Genoa potash would cut down thelz crops It tends likewise to stimulate an Americas iaiaitry which was be lug hlddea behind clever foreign ad vertUtng By the time this war it ever America will know how nwcb potash fertilizer it really needs and what the stuff fe worth on the soil Chicago JonruJITenant Defense LuuI comIalUeeeration of the increase of house rents throughout the country are orpn1J mg conferences to be held In all the chief Industrial centers within the text few weeks with a view to form tag tenant defense leagues Theot leagues are to organize the tenants with the object that they shan refuse to pay the increased house rents dun lag the war It hu been Indicated that the government would take ac tuna against the abusive demands of landlord butane workers war emer geacy committee will carry out theft present 1Iaull One of the moet poignant memorial It may be that I have brought back from the war is the unearthly beauty of the dawn la that low country writes a British captain in the Allan tip Monthly Morning after morning I watched It tad the wonder never ceased Water mirroring willows and the silvery sky stood ever 1n the fore rOUt the low farmhouse lay mys tenon the battered church wet whole again With the full light and am awakened world the picture was commonplace In the halt light anl the Jleice its beauty seemed the one firltvai tItU a ravaged wwI AMtraUan high PrlvatIdivtx bis rife ulaa applied at the trill town hall a few days ago for enlistment He said his business won radar writes ss Associated Press eerrespondeaL Are you the owner of the tacI nIerutUaperhaps the Melt widely known of Australia nill lionaire He owns several race latfatereltMlat the Victoria cross Wren fused all the tests and was promptly ticketed as a private in a ftewly formed redmeaL He give his fJf Y ertrthraa e The ChMrfuInee Curs Wealth Officer Dixon of Pennsylvania says It is very difficult for the moat skilled diagnostician to traco the exact connection between mental depression and physical illness but he insists the connection is there all the sane His NN I1s that cheerfulness la largely a habit which Is so closely related to health that they go together Any person who gets alok should try first te eve himeelf with cheerfulness It ti done many a time Health is her l helpfulheart death good like a medicine merryheartkiadthem hundreds of dollars Then is hardly a malady but what it will cure r at least make latter There is no reasea why there should not bo a eheel e medtetee in which cheerful seas iis the dally preemption Besides any inc medidBe me takes has to be mixed with MrfalitHI or It will ut rely fad A wHIt drug store wouldnt U w tr d Ie a matt who has t ecit ea Celimr v Jouroa r HARD CASH FROM JUNK PILE Great Manufacturln Concern Turn Its Waste Materia Into Various Valuable Cpn modltles If the pork packer uso adof the pig but the squeal the great manufacturing industries are not far behind IB utilizing every ounce of matter that comes into thVIr hands The wdrks at Hawthorne EL of the West y for Instance waste material Brass iw emfEleCUlccompfSi German silver steel 89 tone tons lead 838 metal axe kept separate and are baled by hyflraullt presses Chips and sweepings are passed through separators and mag meltedIScraps celluloid are tune into enamel for Insulating Iron jcores Sawdust and chips of e sifted according to size The finds its way te the plating and Wlri rooms the lat ter to the where it produces steam the product ol 6200 tons of year and wooo ash that COalia r an average el 16140 a year Waste paper 4 cotton waste ii made Into scratch dads or used in the packing department Lead from junked cable is mejtpd off refined and used again or has pig lead Copper wire IB bales fafler pressure for future use Rub er is groaad and used in the manufacture of cart rub ber parts As the company1 uya raw material amounting to the average of 1WO 000 a month the reclaiming of junk is a most important tem of expense saving And this Is true of every large factory it HONOR GIVEN TO 60LDFIELD According to United States Qeoloflcat Survey It Is f lchef Than Its Rival Tonppah The rivalry botwooh Tonopoh and Ooldflold mining camps eeema to hue been definitely eetlllbd by the United States geological swby Figures cry en out recently locate that Gold- field leads with a production of 65 000000 worth of gold and sliver while Tonopah has little more than 000000 to its cred t The state of Nevada however o n take credit for 1125000000 worth f gold and silver from the two camp since 1900 The Gbldflold territory was two years later than the openedi trict Considerable copper is yet being taken trim the of the Goldfiold m lea concentrateIpan fields aro pra t The federal euqe 0n the reveals that while the deposits in each were found in what Is technically known at tertiary Volcanic rocks In form and character they were radical ly different thus d sposlng once and for all of the old xaditlon that theIveins were the sam dipping far down Into the bowels of Jio earthbetweea- the two camps ST PETER TWFIRST POPS Traditions of the Roman Cathelle Church 80 Record Title Once Given to Ai 111fopa According to th tradition of the Roman Catholic c urch St Peter was the founder o the churchand its first pope Boil the ecclesiastical and the temporal thority formerly exercised and still claimed by the popes of Rome art held to be of di vine appointment IDd to have been handed down in 114 roken continuity to the present fromapostolictii e it is asserted Christ himselfae superior to the real of the twelve in the faith and spiritual discern menu and as the ofap of the number whom it wash his design to invest withspecial preeminence In con fortuity with the Sign Peter accompanied by Pp il is said tohav gone to Rome alei Christs death and founded a church over which he presided as its bis top for 25 yeari from 41 A D to tit ADcvenm ally suffering max yijdom in the same year and on thq mime day as St Faul in the persd pnon under Nero The title popoitas at one time given to all bish pa Itwas first adopted to Hygi ud in 139 A D and in 606 III induced Phocas em East to con fine it to the Bolce Rome A list compiled of the Boman names of 26i pon IIrlotlnlII sir may soon possess air innovation submarlna warfare In the form oftorIIfloating aubnuritio base capable taking care of sx aubmorslbles ef 400ton type It will be provided with the necessary auxiliary equlpjge for charlnc the accumulators and air res ervoirs of the underwater craft The floating base or tender will be 228 feet long BWoot beam and will have a draft of 13 poet Sixtysix kunfi Bred horse power will be developed bj two slxHcyllnder DIeeel engines ef tae twocycle singleacting type An Italian company at Spezla U building the craft tor early delivery naIL If It itW tahea over sy tGII IItMu or a r Tru In t ll lots 1 Y Ir 1M I i fl t ft iIifi I tatsstns how that in 1915 alone over ONE HUNDRED TH0lfSr ND t CARS WERE STOLEN why Take chances m 11 NE 7 ER i a qr jjcHAS A CAR EQUIPPED WITH AN lVI g J 1 Been One of the STOLEN CARS l u Iu aa aM 3M bg d- tJ fa Only Four Parts and so perfectly put together that it Is a puzzle how it is manu facturedNo No Pivels No Sprlinks No Pins No pelts Nothing to jet out of order Nor Key sto Lise SAFE AS A SAFE Posllively MonSoabI 175c WY vJaerWe e devoted polite surprised I devoted beeeme eaough a gallery geaala mairaHWa fD11I1JH1C1i11lBeYeellH 111eMse YOU CANT TELL WHEN THE AUTO THIEF WILL SELEC 1 YOUR GAR for his loot climb1 intoit and drive awciy bth rcars are driven away under the very noses of the police Bears in mind SAFETY FIRST when leaving our carl So Theft Insurancej is Necessarj ri t your car quipped with the AUTO SAFETY DEVICE which LOCKS Idott not only the Magneto but the GASOUNB and battery The twistbf single Weirjf makes it impossible for without the special knowledge get fuel Mite carburetor spark the cyclinders Prevents Flooding of arbureto Leakage Gasoline Reduces Fire Hazard 1 No Two Auto Safety Devices Work Alike t t17900 AntoSaftty n vices now in use Not ona has been stoletilj f This Wonderful Device can be installed minutes f device guaranteed daring of car upon which it installed In order to introduce this 9fih WORLD WONDER invention to this section and territorY the manufacturer will during the months of June July anti August only swL by Parcel Post on receipt of TWO DOLLARS 200 d charges prepaid tho = AUTO SAFETY DEVICE t After September 1st the retail price will beCr 1100 each all instructions accompany cacfc VvIV17 Canoql Your Theft Insurancei aild o r Ul6dtir ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO f I it AUTO SAfETY DEVICE M j CO f K W W POTTS Mgr 4545 South Michigan Ave dk d DL I 1NEWEilSPRINCFIELD I 125R TRIP IIit IcaDI ped with new Maxwell and Ford cars and will emjeayor to give our patrons the beat service possible Wo a so have Cars to Hire and parties debiting to mko a trip and want a nice car- Gwii LiverY in Connection Leave Bpringfleld Leave Ltbanon 8 a m and 2 pm IO3O am and 3 45 0m SprlngHold 8 Lebanon or 830 IIPhonesi T D TAPP Proprietor I Thos Shadcr ManerJfer Arts beat ilea say you have your M life artf said the tan who trill to bf evea when Te Mr O rox Wv myself to aa etort to riek te r t ef aU iflgte Mar eessl fMal t as f If is a one to l to or a to V of in 5 fEver the life the is I 48 Bull Calf For Sale Can register in either Short horn orPolled Durham register 7 months old dark red oils of the best in KyY Price 880 j Se phone or addressJl P Bendrn Son Mickvile IKj a my gorse is sick tit Prompt fittention must bs glr en ailing stock so that form work may not be diiaydR t Bell Telephone Service on the farm ebIe yov tto get the veterinary quickly 1 4 It also lkee 3 you in touch with thmrk acei y your neighbor + If there is no telephone qypur farm write taiday for our Free Booklet 5 t tAddress II F imer Line De rtmonf 4 h iI miBE LAD TELL ai F 1 BLBGRAPH COMPANYINC- ORPORAtDI XTrRQ IAJ1RfJ I Jj R J Ii ill iL 7 c I yttrium KY o iCress StrtPhOf1 ftAa Jkrs73Oto83OtM100 to 300 R x 7 m J C MUDD 1yiIciu n4argw V L f f 8 tog am 11 VWice hours l tn ii mt ver HaycTons Drug Stores p M McW HYATT J Oflk over Springfield State Dk OMco hours 1080 a to 12 Ill cLo J p w fsGflIGBY ATTORNEY AT LAW QMoiiFeop1cs Bank TIPRINOFIKLO KY OR W K TRU- STYDENTIST IOllctover Haydon Barber P ntal work at reasonable price work guaranteed w DORSEYIDORSEY LA W ERS prfrItd LoutsVille 10 years experience at louis vlllbar Special attention to eollectfons and adjustments SPECIAL TO WOMEN TlM most economical cleansing and C nalcldal of all antiseptics id aA lektU AMiup6c Powder to- M ifaielvei m wateras needed As amedicinal antiseptic for douche iin treating catarrh Inflammation or Klceratlon of nose throat aad that caused b7 feminine Ills Jt has xio equal For tea years the Lydia R Plnkham V edlclneCabas recommended Paztlne la their private correapondenco with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say It H worth Its weight In gold At rscgtU 60c large tecc or by malL he Pixtoi ToUet Co Boston 3iaJL TREES Bbtfdand Proit Trees Straw berry Plants Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rbubarb- Bodgingetc Everything lor Orchard Lawn and Garden Nt Agents tree Catalog r H F Hillenmejer i Son 1841i Lexington Ky 191- 6IJADSTOMACMTIOIIBLE to Tie1di to Delicious Vinol Shreveport LaI had a bad stom acts trouble for years and became 19 weak I could hardly walk or do any work My appetite was poor my food would not dlgeit Ibloated andwas very weak and nervous I tried many remedies without Tielp I saw Vinftl adver tIed and tried it and now my stomach trouble is completely cured and I am well EL MARSHALL Vjnol is guaranteed to tone up the nerveaSa KEEPS CHICKENS AT WORK Chicago MIn Employs Unique Devlci to IncctaH Produotloiv of Egos During tha Cold Weather 3Arealdent ot Chicago Is reported U tave devised a way to keep his chick ens up to their work during the win I ter season when the short days bav an undesirable effect on the produc ties of eggs His plan Is to provide 1 kls chickens with artificial light to work by and he has installed a series of electric lights in his scheme ao cording to the Electrical Review At six In the morning I turn on the switch and the fowls get up think leg it is daylight The lights are turned off at daylight when the neigh bora fowls are Just arising At four 1 the lights are turned on again and they are kept going until nine at nTght when 1 turn out all except the two candlepower lamps These giro just sufficient light to give tho ap pearance of dusk and the fowls begin going to roost I leave the small 7lamps lit all night so that If any of the fowls want to get up at night to et they CIA do to Eleven days af ter the Heat were Installed the dally average jiipe4 from 26 eggs to 8J DHriatj UM molting season under the old eutMIMit most of the food w WM felBC to feathers Instead of eggs IIidoa1y11esday Now I got 12 a day tvtisic the molting season By say JMUMt I keep the chlckeni thlaklBC tJae y are getting the sam araouvt W iaylicat all the year1 round Md f aM kMftic them thinking at CAUTIOUS lAatf Kpidwr ATho doethebabYJ J look t tecw Eim eutraLNer iitYWeI 0 IPYIYLV PAKIH p fwirifi a pessimist 4Anan wboV seasick during hie entire voyage of life Own to bed I v I v 2 Local Happenings r Interec i iist ii A AlIt Y urseir Friends It ftiMi Acquaintances 0 ft 17will pay you to trade with Kimball 1 We liave clubbing rats with1 all leading Farm papers and cau furnish same at reasonable1 prices Brown Kidwel Insurance agents and real estate dealers Springfield Ky Life Accident Fire On every purchase of 1 or more cash at my store you will ba presented with 5 perceullof purchase price with some article out of stock 0A0 Kimball Now as the fair is on beware j of all parties who have some thing for nothing Strangers Ire not out looking for some one to whom to give valuables i Mist Simms Entertalnci Miss Lottie Simms entertained a number of friends last Tuesday evening at her hom- eFredricktown PicnicI The picnic at Fredricktown sttaturday was a great sue t cessa large crowd was in at tendancd and a good time was gven to everybo ycTo Meet The President f Rons J R Durham end shal Duncan were the t Marj of well merited recognition wek when they were members from this county for the State Committee to meet President Wilson wnen he conies to Kentucky in September to re a ceivfi the Lincoln Park at that place A Dom crat and a Ref publican from each county were selected for the Committee Mayes Complimented Hon T Scott Mayescollector off Internal Revenue received If quite a compliment some days ago from W B OSbourn Comij inisdioner of Internal Revenue Tue1Revenue I something mure than 5 2OOO1 j UOO was collected for 14 05 per thousand dollars and Mr Mayes nd bis staff are piven credit by Mr Osbourn for being in a large measure responsible for thel piendid record Collections in he Louisville office for the past year were 2250000 more than ever beforeCHobb Gil1isII Mr T H Gills nelia Hobbs were married last Saturday by Rev S L Ooward j The bride is a daughter of Mr1 andMra JR H Hobbs and re sides at Mackville The groom is a son of Mr Hugh Gill is and LawreQce1bllrg TeleIphoneisville jI Big Fair Opens T daV L What promises to be one of the biggest fairs ever held on the old fair grounds opens today Secretary T C Campbell has secured several strings of good eiery4ythe greatest drawing cards for WhOIhavement n the la ge number abd the class of stock that will be exhibition In addition to 00tt toe management has a promise of a large number of hogs ad r cattle mules and jackp to ccm p at e for the premiums offered and our fair draws good stock for the reason that good prfem turns are offered When con pared with the cataogs of other TOP1 I CSf n Lairs ours stands high above its jittairsare playing ou t bec us peple can go to the fcstate Fairs but this IB not true county fairs which are wortny will continue to give annual exhibitions To aUaphxce that the State Fair kannpt ndnrst certainly is this tree rom a social standpoint mattortDftrpai knowledge of the exhibits has a social feature to it that l tThec Iborofror all who attend The first d vis on Thursday tthis year and there vftl be hub three day of tIm far Friday will be fcbpol childrens day and it is expected that evary cliJd of school age will ha attoncfnncu In The Courts t Will Milburn ws tried on ex inination before Jud eYankey m a charge of confederating vith Howard Clarkdintimjciate ind was discharged on motion of hoCommonwealth Marvin WihiKuis was tried bea ore a juryj in Police Oou rL oli a iDarge of exceeding the speea iml and was cquittud Lizzie Cooper colored was iined5 and cofls on8 plea of lJroacif6heH tI RONIJ Miss Vh4a Hovardo How trdstown is the gUeat of hurt sister Mrs Joseph Bdelen Mr and Mrs George Robert Ionof Kansas City Mo is the uest of relatives here Mr Will Robertson ofL uis1 rule is the guest of his mutlior Mrs HL Smith has returned rom a visit to Louisville t Mrs CL Prica of Louisville s tile truest of frianQs here Mrs Josie Tobin Vattarson las returned to tiuisvtlle after i visit to relatives hare I Mr and Mrs W p McOhord nave returned from Dawsoii prings 1 Tilt large orowtLoSpringtid- people who speut lust w ak at raihara Jspriugs havo ivturcedi Mr Joe Clay brook of Nelson ounty washers last week non SA Russell of Leb nol was here Monday ou busindss Hon J W S Qlomtntd orI Louisville spaut a law days test week Miss Rusje Mlllbr entertained number of frleifdp at har hOI last Friday inhoijopof har guest Miss Quiettr of Maftuon Ill Miss Marie Kubaof N shvilfe Tfnn H thoguasb off Miss Lat tie Simms Mr George and Bon Modlay- of Owensboro aru the guests ol colatives hero f MUs Boijslu Suijli Ijm return ed from a visIt fidfrtatiils in Lob anon M r John S MfSSHtoj of Lou l hfsIJlUft1Jl8Mr Mr aid Mrs Rofifcrt Russell of Cincinnati Ohio arv the gpet of thtirpnreiit heie- Mr James Cnrrloo is tho guest or his parents In Lebanon Mi J S Yankfty Jt line fro tiarnod from u is1ti to hisslster Mrs tichoune in l3luciwlll Vir gina Mr Lv AjMoOarty has return ud from LquisYlllo Miss Sarah Litaey iis visitingf friends in LouikTH Id Mr F Noo has roturned from a trip 10 VostoruKeufticUy Miss Alefeii Sciiiinoll m re ULJV 4 iINTICE l I 1 IrrI t I S 1Coi 1 and sBttleat once i 1 the office of BUti Lake Co or t I i 1 11age11 4TSTI JIR L turned Ui her hiie in L Usvil e atyer spending sovsrul Weeks here It will pay you to tit with IA 0 KjwbaJh f Mr Ulna Mrs 3 J I axnnell of Loutsville pfinfc iSunUjr here the guest of their daoglll if Mrs RCbvr itiney r t Mr Hobart Mon go ty and wife of Kansas City M 1Is tha guostofJudganndr J Mr T Jl S Vankey y ItL Mr and lln D iiace and family Mr nnjfl Mrs tJittp Npa Mr and Mrs H E fese and Mrs J1t bahavefteburnedI- towTa1ahainSprthg IJtr Mr Walter L OlemJnjs hat r ret urufil ton 3bu lnt trip to L uisviile VIL Xn every parchtuie TO 1 or mqn cashattny storolou w ll bejjrasttntQd jvHh5 pcccasut of lioutI j j Teachers Instituter As I we survay the p tcIlo ejding8 oto1u Itihtiiiutif as a AJhole je roch the rfollovving conciusions tadisms in oduoatipn Have lisd passIinton county prihoipiesjarej saer1 in a oloarer more praciicatIigbt Hum ever biforc Tha precious jt time of art institute fsi 1O longer ictevoted to airng inipracthal pet bt oojas but t tnj study of the principles of edui4lioiPIie Wlua aid Use Wh ri knowing that If t1iutti thirt4ii1yun derslood the How will Lao careofiteqlf 1ii F- WIth this In mind frOf Col vin lopk op tile worlcw the InV Utitote Buuhtfc tliarefiuwQotn bind strongth of ujfjad IjeartjJ iad bo J r tl o p1tv1ttthe way fur thet waekswork Jjf submit jlng ttdresiowisgtitl s tOilS for UiouybL and oon iifet itioiv Is the world growing bei ci Has eductKlion proven aIpt lure be CtLUS over boy and gi r IIHS not Whnt1tiSt teachIr really ito gn w thej11 gnity and reqt1sIoILILy of Ui Iotossioni- jjIa nut incapacity or 4je part of tnu teacher respond tye fir tile attitude of the Word toward ttto profession Vbat tif jiducntion Are nil children laid tibfe VhI do only 88 per cent t q the oinlI dranpf the county ijud 48 par cent of tho tho State attend jbtldfOUji j01 becausu WQ try to mks Vhaji hild th JUio1 scliool iusfced qf ifekiug thfi coot ill the child Cvnomairtg that jtlio world ib growing netter t 1it oducauon vjhjoh is us otl as lIIlSrt rfcr the savato lal1 toy jam to do lidoS contributed toward its prok j gross and bQtleuntpif lhatit is not a failure bt catijlq some have failed to llearn ton jocund write that education is Uiu Uoolop maat of the iiitiett4i n faculties of the individual thar may be and do tu the mot or his oupaoity that whioi his dreamsH proinp6iim to do hat cbildro ido uotr attend scl ooJI bucausc ffthey are glveii the irhjoh they t dtgostIluni could and shcuid bb made I big enough and brolid enough to ffiv6 ovary chi J an1 opportunity to find himseif vitnout turnin jA MM1 101 Ii 5 y6D rUt AiN ALL EXPENSE IVODAYS TRIP f FROM SPRINGFIELD AUGUST 15 UuilroaU fare 8 75 Loard at Intel inluohig tl t routes ia the ave for 55 Ho iid rp ticUoia on sale for morning trains at nIl way stations See L c N 4 g n VV the school into a kitchtn a sh p or a farm Tne purpose of tiei school after all is to feed the mind which is a finer thing thari feeding the bodyVWhich subjects are to be tought for practicall purpose which for disciplinarian which culture and upon which stress should be laid wavnext consider ed in connection with cortrolation Throughcurrotion eighty thrysixThupresentation comparison and generalization were clearly po pouhdell by using the Inatttuta as a class and conducting recita ftlons in history and grammar Thejanguage subjects ISpell Tng W riling ReadlngLanguage and Grammar were di cussed asV whole Spelling separately lasR or Colvins addresses wre broad sincere and practical with thuughts of inspiration and en- Couragement interspersed thro Iout teachers of the Institute responded with suggestiOns ofvaluewere Miss Emma Hyatt Mdssrs JC Merritt and T J Leaiher3 who dscussed How to JeeJthe Boy in School MIss Regina OBrynn arid J F Willsuu woo discussed School Management and Mr GeP Net kirk wlionliscussud DisciplineV MrEagar Burton gave a tribute couched in Uowery language tothe In4ructnatld Superinten denZV Ciflowldresses etc Rev Mitchell of the Christian ohurch who con Hlicted the Devotional Exercises tvo mornings and whose inslruu Jtihms wore so fraught wih tiduuhls of inspiration Rev Upward oftha Methodst church who conducted the Devotional Ixercises one morning Mr Joe Foliri who so proficiently pro pounded the school law and srjd so many fine things about educa lib Mr Marshal Duncan who so ably and sincerely discussed tye qualifications of the teacher Mrs Evan S Rues who talked about geography and language MI Vincent Kuhrr whose tolk on Sanitation s1as appreciated for its sincerity of purpose and 80of delivery Mr Keller whose address on community civics gave opine usable sugges lions in a pleasing manner The musicians of the tovn who broke the monotony of mental suchrexcellent music vocal and in jstruuiental were as follows Misses VViUa McElroy Margaret Haydon Martha Mclntire Grace PearlII3oswell A thaire Helen andICJhariolte Siuims Nona Nell arid Kathrine Simms Edt n Miller Mesdames Hanyi s1IIIsy Evan S Rues and Effie Ro ortson7Me srs Thornton Waters Harry Sh ul li R H Edelpn and Vincent Kuhn Miss Sliaunty presided over the Institute with grace and en jtljusiasm Tho business endof the work waq sarried on byV her cnlyVof intexse interosl and devotion to the work Among the inspiring things gbaned by an onlooker wasthe eagerness with which some of the teachers listened tb the p dI lOSOJtheIrFinding that one week is far fceo short a period for the teacl rs of the coutity to consider to gither the work before them and now best to perform it a vote a4taltenand all present but three voted to make the aumnier school a ineans by which WCVtfl 11arn tbo things we should know and io make it a success next year The teachers also pledged ReadingCircle piss a credhtableVexathlnation on same Miss haunty and the County Bo rd are doing all in their pow er to encourage the teachers to aJ TT 17c i trI- v aL Slip Prince ia few Albert t 7smokes t 4IN 1 i many an earful about thePrinceAIbwtY1fpatented process that cuts out bite andpJand lets Asmoke your fill without aCOrnebaC1I StakeYoUrbtlnkroU you Ij VilwV ciwithout WeiiLq rch1ingifgotiqwideII jjfiring up every little so often without a regret Youll feel like your smoke pLhas I jL backpfafrbe ocry you cnnot prepare and keep themselves preparedVTwfintynve I of the fortyeight trustees were present Wednesdays trustees day and m1nyJJ other people throughout the county Division1 4 jf which Joe Burkhead iiV chairman wonI the prize for having the greater tiuccue The ofrepaesentatvesI people of the town and county in t the work of the lusthute was encouraging and highly appre ciated by teachers Instructor und Superintendent DR A M PHAR OJrdstownTuesday August 8th I specialjJ ize on tbe eye sightSI am at Sptin jell the second and fourth Month TuestaYI If pou have eVe con me All work guaranteed ntr r TTAn SCORED HEAVILY ON PRINCE Beau Brummeir Remark Left Him Master of Situation but Vlotory Was a Costly oneIThe greatest dandy and tap of moi om times wag Oeorgo Brummoll known as Beau BrummolL Hotlved n lIre delicate and leisured and since ho was poor his bring 4epended upon tire favor of the court The court at that time was represented in the set where the beaus Influence was felt by the prince of Wales who was if truth must bo told not a slender elnndJTo be a dandy is not generally con sldorod the first mark of being a bravo man but Beau Brummnll gave instant proof that ho was not only a great dandy but a great man as well Tho details of tho story are somewhat vogue but the main facts are certain Hrumraoll know that his quarrel with the prince would moan an end of his prestige but hb refused to yield and on the day following the quarrel went walklqg with a friend said to have been SheridanVTho news of the rupture between tho prince and the dictator of fashiqhfl bad spread and there were not a flpassageU happened that Sheridan and Brummell tact the prince and his party With princely ostentation tho royal personage called Sh rldanasld and spoke to him pointedly ignoring Brummoll who stood by Brummoll did not flinch in tho crisis he was tho only person who seemed to bo InV different Then Sheridan returned With a gesture of indifference Brum moll lifted his glosses to his eyes arid indicating with a slight wave of his hand the person to whom lie re furred ho asked Ina clear but lam truld voice tho famous quesUonI Sherry whos your fat friend f Brummelt spent the greater part lof the remainder of his life in Calais an outcast a broken man But with tho memory of his great rebuke It can hardly be said that in the crlsU ho vs found ITcxa wantingIHal Party riy a Texas cattleman from the Gulf coast and he stood on the fire escape at tho top of the stock yards exchange viewing the cattle pens the packing houses and the raw latca the Kansas City Star reoI In all my recollections 1Pit sale wo never had such a terrible year for flies Cattle are almost skinned aUto by tho thlfd party fly Only lie said pahtyV Third party y- 1Yssuhthird pohty fly Tie explained that the third pht ny was a fly a little smaller than a housefly but with a terrible stlnr nd that it made lis first appearkmc to Texas the same yearihe flrsfthW party did Hence the name RINGE ALBERT 4 the rmfionaljoy smos A I IYouIjimmy pipe or a mMint j cigarette WithV iPrince Albert for packing rAlbIIViLJSVEThOLSSTOaAccSVCfag s 4 WiM5h 5 Alt =rbjztthrra tM 4 o fVWSI ZozluIySIthlis7rePr SS-VthatthsUVsi55ja lIJ4V t mint has J1Msis p asI3Vbywhlell P Vd Andb7wiI throat parch t ce wbteMHePrlac Ia TN 1Ir = rttt Ir Notice To the Publicf I THE FAMOUS lJ I Overland Cars jiAre For sale at the SPRINGFIELD GARAG I 1 Overland Model 75Tourinf car S15 VRoadster75 5IS iVModei 83B Touring cir 5 Roadster f1S Overland Six model 86 Five passenger 1145 WiUysKnight mo4el 84 B Touring car 1125 f Roadster U S+ All thecc models are equipped wk lectrie Jeif ing and lighting system Thete prict arn F Q tl Toledo Ohio Come and see the c 695 OVERLAND I now on display at the SpnBficid Garmr ep site Poitoffice Do all kinds of AVIf r carry a full line of accessories oMIj STf AH YULCANZNG UlITiS Mt UK i IIancl 138 SPRINGFIELD or 128R for Trouble GARAGEV Car F W BAUMBAU1R Ft fr i L W Q euCOMBINATION l i Quart House AN Saloon = Old Willow pfings Whiskey Spring 1908 eigbt summr per ffel 449 t Spring 191Q six summers 14i t = Spring 1912 four arH H 140 t4Spriocl913 threauH LW 0 i We flU NT Gs M MIT Srttf Mw = = WeearGvtraeKSc wOWhiskey i = HEADQUARTERS FOR Brandies Wines Cordials Alchohol m a l efecy- tbinR kept In a firstclass Whiskey B iusV 1 tie WC KmDb C0- VLEBAMON KYVtVVV If you neel anytUil ife Itills HM Why tot ytii pN f a MUM ym kutwwW fn yt I sfmtt tel IhysicIaiAdv1ie i H of a iuztMboV epen aMVjfoJ tInelAtest tctof sdeece kVELVO LatkJNj5SIInM ble and ol a p s nt JGtovach and bowels and rtIctpEisiltIu2iuqtr VM- bfousies sick sdadis fssssssccEIcfLAiVV hyVP i r VWTMRRVP r 1 = 7- rr T mm yrF1j1 yCSORQKELMIllCOBC 1 wMI ye msas l oei Us grave eiv 1 SWMT kTM ctofW FtofA H tit 4 m wi wttk ti sad Ivy Mr SOB Jsy Jo l lesauaelretirt u isM aM aif ll eV R Sc w ss1t t ru aR dIM fr Vnr M JP1 dsM MMi Mr r M sVi 1ildn1MlllT te iaetr Wi Mi oiUB for me svaTlei RIIp JHiptt rtfM a paltry a Jf4osan to Mrt ae la ial I tar poeAstac up fatkers bust I JL IM kM Hile tor iisl 7IM l tIN tkM He ov at ljdIl sIboVN 4 1m Burnett to a ss sC ttM iiepest aHgulsh Mg from her eycs DI a to tell you that M w fI4lit Woskeditrog and k1a sv swvsic jist 9i the hous a mut MC ejeMi S spite and hatred T Ms ystet ot view Johi1 Veraer was m ttot SA WI feei re4 111 Had t Iialew BKtaeats long 1 i M woidd have learned tat sslckt UTe changed jbii of UM MM who had just IJ1 tS JOiaerfor his s e4 too M IM Inrt kiowa It cwr asi wfcea WlUlam Isfl this tetiker CJTtoya died h- eM is a sMr froMa l buslneM I rev pawled when a at IIIi iesmiM the business WIll III 11 t sy Ut oldest friend y ft wM kiowa that ki had iN MM SMtethlac In the w war Js PSfiS yrlce Hey knew HMt wws a SSMU out Del had M term atue UIls of the t II s sesv 1bM Us awOier JaM Hell F1yltMrsMy eeeuroalcatlve She h- ade ktaa he4 from college and told MMt IM wfvUhavs to go Into the a bi MM wsrMas the lacaae would hier7 UssMrt from that timo for M4 te aswertalnty u to Suet vbstditenthaaleotthsn ltfreprcl1nc his pur ii tho same To his way of Venw ad swindled his am1Mt lliJ upon her Ig aise aii kd got the business for jMOJt to wc He had fumed and JreoiW to M avail however Then in K Tsoostl lIHe4for he expected tho taM ao a right Floyd visited Mr V MOT H toU hist he had a chance 9iotjivciMM a klf interest In a prom J81c SMiaus Iia the city for a thou I ejatUrs ad asked a loan of that mV- 5To would Hl7 lose It with your kte WbMos experienc Mr Ver 4idecimrd Bi advised by m- epsWtMdtyIZyouth1nkthorea yfsjr SeW get a positloa ao matter how kvssMe aM lean Jreal business w fi Cia oaek a year with your eu prMttest I will talk with Mosttftl JatautotogtrId elLI rhs otd skinflint raved pII Til ttt crea Yes I will nQo em earth when he lies la his tsje tko Bcfcesstoc old miser and nWIacraTelbfancied rouge so oosissst Floyd It would hs oeorn 4IIIaftk to surmise He IN mot mooi to sets cks however M 4 ft l oom svopteiousmeos a false es tsaili of UM tnw merits of his fa Mfs oM friesd had urged lloyd to a pst of mmoeatroikBlo deadly I hid To Us mother he said noth aes of the subject only br- owSjjf after riejemt outburst he aa aiu4 ietli t Jut jl Mi osiff to tae city next week R sjooe- VjOmj mr sem remoBstrated Mrs VMeet eetiK yom not find some Tgorkmeortowalir 1ardly suftei to my ambitions ossrTea FMye grandly The chief is to oo able to some day come iMn a rich maa with enough to bay and sell that old plot w I womt listen to yo Floydr de oiitroi Us motfaer sorrowfully Some etii yomijrlJi kmow how sadly you han iea a truly good and honest Ik vttored Floyd contemptu iy sat tart tko mouse Ferteojo sarore Floyd Burnett It M ekes js Ut with mnformed JfeoetOf eetmeos loipetauusness and sissfeet weye me oketdl make hit way snjetfy s the loMer of fortune but Jt was Refroofered Within two ko voe ik if jertoer Im a grow issusi Two years later he eMirelywe sjeo4 sos so far as shar of ktarswlftly acquired Wealth Nttti Ub aMber was concerned al 4 SSIhedSdaotwrkeoftentoher Hery tke ku hter of his bitte- rSLOtatslia1thoughuptothe eW tt wen refueedthe loan by her I wker me ke4 Mea her accepted es o 1t m so ety fumcttoae of the little e roitiJi Br 1VH roeelveimews that f J Yw hal d ide learned fur sr itat me koto ai jeer Ills bust mWssewtr fsAei away IMo moth 1uthtwmem It mad i h em my there wee little lef- tuiudvr a J istt liootei Floyd b Me freta ay Zstr tood I eeeerre AM Ip I wtM y meek in M ta M rMwM1is rqi b iltltsmt e4 s4M yajveo to reeMse ruw toM Mr Toner IN ttwtfttaHC ia oust w r J T8i EYeth Annual fe frass Fair t Utt l air aai the MIPs West- cpens at t Lexington Ky Monday Aug 7th JOSS KATHERINE HOCH SOPBAfrO SOLOIST WITH JOHN C WEB ERS BAND AND OPERA COMPANY BLUE GRASS FAIR AUG 7T012 has appeared In leading roles with tbc Chicago Grand Opera MHOCR also with Hninmersielns Opora Company New York Hhe donna with the Ln Salic Grand Opera Quartet for two seasons supporting Signor Cnrnrndosn of the Metropolitan Opera Com pany Caruso said of her She has oue of the most beautiful voices In America irwa =that If he had Invested the one thOU sand dollars he would have lost it all Mr Verner probably recognized that the ion was a good deal like his father who was a poor business man with speculative tendencies At least Mr Verner had seen to It that the son had not made a false start on bor rowed capital Floyd decided to make a flying visit to the folks at home Business had driven same of the Impetuous nonsense of youth out of his mind For instance he smiled at the thoughr of his vow to dance on the grave of his enemy He might go thither and so cretIy exult but he had no idea of dor tractlng from his dignity with un duly capers- His way home from tho depot ad mitted of the taking in of the little town cemetery by diverging a couple of squares from the straight route and this Floyd did He sauntered along locating the Verner lot which he knew well Floyd paused as he Beared it A plain simple shaft of marble marked a new grave that of John Verner a dIthe solemnity of the spot made feel ashamed that he had Invaded this sacred Inclosure with perverted thoughts In mind To enforce the sentiment he made gut seated on the curb of the burial lot a young girl In mourning She was Mary Verner His heart smote him at the sight of her sad beautiful face Then his eye flashed for kneel lug at the newly made mound having Just placed upon It a wreath of Im mortelles was his mother He strode towards her angered Indignant Come away at once he cried seizing her arm almost roughly My son she spoke In glad wot tome and then No I must not go away until here at this holy spot I have told you alt Lower and lower went his head as the true story was fluttered forth at last how Mr Verner had taken over Mr Burnetts business at a loss to protect the latter from possible crim inal prosecution It had failed later to succeed and poor Mary was now beggared Floyd Burnett was a business man In a businesslike way he proceeded toI trolIblesBefore the restitution was completo owever the softened heart of the penitent Ftayd had realized the whole worth of this gentle truehosncd girl and Mrs Burnett had a new daughter to love and cherish Copyright 1915 by W O Chapman SHOCKED ALL HER IDEALS Lady Found It Hard to Understand How Author Could Have SuchI Normal Habits- I was presented once to a lady who Immediately fixed me With an eager fcye I am making a study of thaihaba of authors she announced Here a dreadful sinking of tho heart assailed me Kindly tell me at what hour you retire Usually at half past tel11 an weed wretchedly j lthat as I had expected her eyo brows wet up The author of When All Was Dark she informed me sits up all night She says she cannot alaep until she has savored tho daWnA However slip was kind enough to giro me another chancq What do you eaU she asked Three hearty meals a dayfl I an swered Not breakfast she pleaded Why Bt George Dreamer never takes more than three drops of brandy on a lump of sugar in the morning JusE the sight of a coffee cup will upset his pork for a week And then she left me suroj do authNsoutdckaWts mAxljl STILL LidOK TO AERIDPLANr Military Expert Have by No Meant Abandoned Faith In This Weapon of Warfare It Is an acknowledged fact that I moving aeroplane is an abnormally dif flcult target no matter from what die tnnco Jt lis aimed at because theair man can easily adopt rapid and errath flight and repeatedly alter the direct liar of his progress In a recently pub lishofl book Aircraft In the Great War by Claude drahameWhlto and Harry Harper the authors discuss the possibilities of duels in the air If against flying craft the land nlj nrfe largely Impotentand in this wai they have beenthere is still the at tack from the air and here as we have indicated there Is scope for daring work But there is one adverse factor Evlm a motor of 200 horse power and this Is almost the limit today gives none too much power for a large and heavy craft and for this reason it a machine has a gun and ammunition and carries in addition the weight a Pilot and a combatant Its spaceTnu be so reduced that when It seeks combat with some highspeed hostile scout it will fly so slow3r that the enemy having no such burdouto check his plecan flyput of range and so es cape Had there been enough machined air fighters would have pliyed a lead Ing role But as it is theair scout has been hmporedinercly in his work and this to no great extent instead ol hClaxJMven from the fir When the VVortfsrv Quit To the number of men under arm aid those engaged in making war munitions except food and clothlngI though a grmlt deal of war clothing U wasteful in that it used up far faster than the wearers wero in a civil occupation Economically considered all theso men are Idle for they are producing no wealth For Groat Britain their number has been calculated at some thing like half the total working popu lat on The proportion Is probably about tho same for the other belliger ents except Russia whcro It Is some what lower I Suppose something like halt the thO1Unitedand twiddled their thumbs for two or three years being supported in Idle ness by the government during that period Suppose there was some destruction of real property by blowing up brldjOB throwing explosives Into factories burning villages Suppose there was a very high casualty and mortality rate among the idlers Our economic position would then bo about liko Europes Tho government would So borrowing Immense sums to su port its millions of pensioners Condo problem would bS to offset the drain as much as possible by levying on labor that is cot normally employed productively the surplus labors of women children the ace ani the holt and by economizing in all po BlM auturds tnIna p IConversing With Qhotts Some scientists of renl emlrenre have accepted the postulate of the Individuality and selfconsciousness of the soul after the death of the body and have even attempted to demon strate their belief by asserting com munication with these disembodied spirits Sir William Crookes a profound delver In chemistry pertaining to radioactivity asserted years ago that he had had communication with souls of dead frlendsbnt for several later years he has been silent anent this matter Camille Flammarion s rather speculative and sensational astronomer declares that he has seen and conversed with the ghosts of Tamebrotherpromised before he died that if pos sible he would communicate with hit eminentIsoul of Professor James had net fnokw WfYtS VAfEf IST- UtA t A PLACE PsMll71 T r idi Capital ef the Prffie oMJlht asia In the Furtertntury Flfwree fn the IJIiaMtri- usCapii of u Olsen They call Vilna Lit li44aits Ziie rwemblaace U not hertiiklna tothe western eye WJibn you have discovered that vnj stands on a river with hUts rtsl4 abcve It you will find little more iuggestlon ot Paris Its river the 1t1lya can hard ly bo 200 Tmrds wHu and flows through many wiadtn gorges or it files densely sbado4 by fir sad birch The town is traded In narrow and not too tiavor jroBtreets on the slopes of tho hills a iS above It oa the summit called Z n ikooaya Corn or Cantle hill stan Me ruins of an eightsided tower of red brick the remains of the ensUe which Qedynlm crand prince of Llthui la built early m the fourteenth century when ho established Vilna as biq jcapltal But the site has a mu4Bolder history Whatever the prlmlt ve faith of the Lithuanians may ha re been and firange are tho star ps old chron idesit Is reasonal 3 certain that iar away in the darItes they were worshiping a sacred kept forever burning like tho flanU of the Roman Vustals at the foot olibls Castle hIll We may therefore sume that VII na like Chartros an mane another city now forever ass dated with the glories and the myst6 ties of the Chris lisa faith was a shjlne of an older aud grimmer rellgloi bug before IU hills had heard the message ot Christianity On tho spot hnre the pagan fire flamed stands n8f a place like n Greek temple the C ttbedrol o BL Stanislas wherein Is he silver cofQn ef the great Polish salhi Caalmbr BtA there Isa sanctuarjltn VUna more honored Above the old town gate near the railway stodon there Is a Chapel which poasessbs an image ot the Virgin farfamed for miracles You may see the stet below tall of ranks of worshipers kneeling and crouching In prayer Catholics of the Latin and of the Greek church unit la their faith in the Virgin of the Os tra Drama chapel Vilna Is tho headquarters of tho gov jrnor general of tho Lithuanian proTI laces and of an army orps It Important educational enter It hai k large trade In Umber and grain Al the present time itt population maybe estimated at 200000 people But Ito chief Importance Isj neither admin Istrativo nor commercial It stands at the junction of the railways from Berlin and Warsaw to Petrograd that Is it is one of ttifc greatest centers of communication in Russia From the German frontier it is 120 miles die tant from PetiOgrad iniore thah 400 Prom Warsaw it isl i57 miles But these railways though the most im portant are not tholqnlY lines which converge on VWrtn JL is connected by r line running cquthcast through Minsk with Kleff and the great resources of southern Russia while yet another branch gives communication sue south with the fortress of Brest Litovsk and the Pripet valley and Bpvno Through AUusk on the south eastern line runs the railway whlcS ky way of Smolensk reaches Moscow It was VJna whichj Nppoleon choaa as the advanced bqaja fl his famous Uvuslon of Russia Ho secured theII line of the Nlemdr pad made Vlljw the strategic cehtif of thn French forces When he advanced ho left lIurat in command pf his magazines and hospitals The eatest of French leaders of cavalry jtms an odd and tQexpltcable choice tor such a post Nor did Murat who knight have done much for tho advi qe and something for the retreat id sjlingulsh hlnuolt at the base Hit ion when the dis aster of Moscow v ip known pillagedI the stores and left behind 20000 slclt ahd wounded an45 frincs Na lOt eon had run r r from the placi I In disguise sobleI tfs before Whon tILe Russians camp back twelve days later they found in one hospital alone 7600 dead bodlds piled like pigs ofI lead one above thin IplerI Wrens VMrst Work St Stephens Ctjlcman street Lou don England wlerQ a memorial Ub let to parish Ion r who have fallen vat the front basiut been unveiled was once unklndj called the poor est of all Wrens arks The orlfr edifice accofs Ing to Stow was linal Ums a synagogue of the Jews aid probably ibocamo a parish chyrch when they were bUnlsbed A relic ol the old church rfsjana over the gate representaIa Defoe glycs great praise to IIcndon undersexton of this durinIlad the Cistomiior The prtwout tIcs of St Stephens ih tho novelist who rites under the lItn namnof Merle ertrd Mttncn ooinet Too Handy 11I1e kitchen cabInet must be san tartly made so s to exclude mice and vermin of all kina write Lionel Rqbortson and T p ODonnell In doodI Huilth Carelessly used however th obJecUonto say Its various drawers and receptacles are apt to become a catchall I ui which will be thrown a ball ot string and a nutiaeg or two and a box of toothpicks and any number of other odds and ends It Is seldom cleaned with the result that dirt accumulates and the real end of the cabinet health fulness Is defeated Every part of the cabinet should be given thorough aad frequent cleanS91nci the Wink What think ot tha motor tar nee see It You didnt cce It Why I saw you tt the track Tie I was at tle thrack but I had to wink just at tHe wrong tolme andI vhln I got thru thje race was over udge n 8eekin9tKnowledpeI way ofr knowing all about the pronunclaUoa of the queer naties we encounter In the news r Here is a llsl showing how every eae of them is p tonouticed Tel But wh4 1 want to know Is how you proaon4i the way that tktf pIsnaisL1I IIVlCarIThe Jap iis always polite but once in 1 while ho slips fromgraceand when he toes he is up against it for there are no swearwords In the Japancso language says a writer in Leslies Weekly When a Japanese meets you he bows three times and takes oft his hat but dofes not shako hands When be greets you his first cQncern about your ancestors and next abput your stomach It would be almost an open Insult for one vJapanes6 to meet tnother without asking him how hisI stomach faro On the third bow ha asks This morning how is It with your honorable Inside As you come 1thedoing as well as could be expected and in turn ask hUn what news heI has from tho front Then he lifts hat again and says Yopr haI head this morning I hope It have commotion Whon you tell him you are pleased to report that It feels well this morning ho asks about a few generations of honorable ancestors and then you are freo to take up the weather Even though they are elaborately polite once in a while one Japanese will get mad at another Their auger kindles slowly at first finally fanning to J blaze that knows no staying But rtvscn though there Is a torrent of emo U6 r eeething in his soul there are no iords to give It vent it keeps surging harder and harder until it throws aside all restraint and gives up all Idea of decency by putting Into one phrase all his bitterness and snapping squarely into tho other mans aston bed face tho worst thing that can bo said In the whole language Your stomach is not on straight This Is the final insult nothing more can be added ho has cast the glovo Thero Is nothing lleft for him to do but toI glyp his enemy a cutting took turn on his heel and haughtily clapclap away on his wooden shoes She Knew Amos The man who takes trolley rides through the country ears a writer in the Boston Advertiser sees and hears much that is amusing A few days ago while I was riding through the outskirts of Amesbury an old llady but a decidedly spry one hailed tho car She was accompanied down to the road from tho house by a young woman possibly her daughter The older woman put her foot on the lower running board grasped the upright and was about to climb into the car when she turned to the young woman and said Dont forget that gingerbread In the oven Ljza You know pa just hates burnt gingerbread All aboard shouted the condu tor But tho old lady paid no otter lion to him And Liza silo continued whet you pick the eggs blmoby look ifor that Rhode Island Red that want Ito set Shell pick ye if 70 aint care fuL All aboard again shouted th conductor but as the old lady proceeded to climb on to the car she paused long enough to say to him Ye cant scare me Amos Ive knows ye ever sinceye was kneehigh aAmos grinned pulled tho boll and we were our wayYoutlfs Com IMUltf Buy Junk Get Faroui ecu One of the moat historic bells of thi Bouth American churches was disco 1ered and brought to San Francisco bj two Oakland junk dealers WIHiau Roeenthal and Lewis Rothonbcvr wlh just arrived from South America en tho steamer CuzcoThoy have beer on a buying trip In Peru and Chile foi two years Tho bell is 325 years old and buna In tho cathedral of San Augusttno at Lima for more than two centuries In the revolution of 1S95 tho cathedral was wrecked and the boil disappeared Tho two Oaklandera bought the debris of the cathedral and in excavat ing among tho ruins found the belL It was thought In Llmacthat ft had been stolen twenty years before IPeruvians wished to buy the bent but the new owners thought it would be worth more in this country and re 1tuaod to sell The relic weighs 500 pounds sad Is of bronzo with inscrip tlooa in gokSan Francisco ChrpaS dA Hudson Bay Road lje competition of the Hudson Bay railway now under construction from tho Pas Manitoba to Port Nolsol wilt open a vast area of rich natural re sources The whdld region with Its history and possibilities is described in an Illustrated volume entitled The Hudson Bay Road 14981915 by A H do Trcmaudan df the Manitoba Bar Making Food From Strew Professor Frlodentlial of Berlin universIty II said to han discovered a nor food prepared from straw The discovery is said to be likely to rove lvU4nlte the food of the pcnrs puck Turned Into Soap tho State university museum In Lincoln Neb Is the body of a duck 1that has turned largely Into snap This is the first known specimen ot ittho kind Doctor Walcott explains the phenomenon by saying that tbo duck was fat and that tbo wator alkali and Lotlun simply made soap of that por tion of the duck that was susceptible It being to transformed No Use The tlvudiis who volunteered the services of thomgeJvea and thelr mo tor cars to convey the Fathorlaudf holiday gifts to tko German troops It the fr nches lat the front wore sum monad bororo a gray old Bavarian general to receive instructions astto their behavior In the enomya country- Tho general explained to them that they might expect Jtt passing through a village to bo fired on by francs tlreurs and added that the person who fired the shots might not always be men entitled to bear arms Take an example sid he fixl- nIbis eagle eye upon one of the volun teers suppose you have entered n Belgian village and while you are spinning along throunfi tho market squaro there is a lively fusillade rected at you from the surrounding houses You turn toward your assail ants and nothing but empty win dows Only In to second story of one house an old woman Is peering out What yould you do In that case Mr Melerr T4 not l ok back was the reply =It I t nwSii IN THE WASTEBASKL1 That Receptacle the Last Restlna Place of ideas Which Have Failed te Survive The wastebasket Is a symbol of ov Ilvion To It are consigned the fall ores and the hasbeens old love let ters appeals that meet with np re nUJrcancodead thoughts What a mass of man effort anus emotion its contents represent The merest printed circa lar flung there with hardly a glance stands for long hours of eager plan ning by somebody and the skilled labor of many hands Men have striven with the utmost of their ability to wW your interonand have failed The wastebasket records their failure TUOSO little inkinscribed hits of paper that Ho submerged in tIn depths are pieces of human documents let ters of friendship full of cordiality and harking back to pleasant experiences family letters ejcprestlng loyal affoctIon and giving word of thoso at homo letters that once made the heart beat quick At first a joy thoy became an accumulation and aro now a riddance There Is a popular magazine of last January How utterly flat and stale it seems The heroes and heroines that stalk dhattcf and pose through its pages are now forgotten The great man eulogizes in a gloving article has since fallen into disfavor The big names flaunted on the cover Lave a look of mqckery The most gripping story even written has been supersed ed by a sc roof others The brilliant comedy success puffed by the dramatic critic has left the boards for ever In among these hasbeens are a host of mighthavebeens inchoate ideas jotted down but never consum mated letters that wero written but never sent plans for homes that were never built dazzling schemes aban doned out of fear that they were via lonary Aspirations gropings how they might have changed the world for some of ul Few things escape you long old Jug gernaut One atteranother they lose their hold and fall Into you And yov are always waiting Tejmorlturl salutamusl Judga Important Russian Industry The production of wood pitch ank tar Is a highly important industry of the timber districts of Russia A largo quantity of such substances Is not only used for home consumption In Russia but is also exported to for eign markets England alone takes over barrels yearly of Russian pitch and tar In normal times pitch Is exported chiefly to England from Archangel where It Is one of tjojrin Ipal articles of trade while turpen ine has been shipped to Germany fom the Baltic ports and overland n recent years In western Russia es pecially near the Vistula river largo uantltles ot pitch and turpentine have ieen distilled from the stumps loftt fter the clearance of woods this hay ng been In great demand in Germany m account of Its good quality and low- rico Up to the present time the op rating methods employed In this In tustry bate been for the most part 3f a prtaitive character and carried on in small establishments w gre the owner is at thIs same time workman and salesman Girls Will Marry Crippled Soldiers A letter in the L ndon Dsy Mall convoys the information that hun Ireds of English girls have expressed their willingness to marry crippled British soldiers and ta care for them is their contribution to their countrys cause The offers came as the result of a published suggestion that plucky girls might bo of service so and all that stands in the way of the success of this wholesale matchmaking Is that degree of pluck and patriotism seems sufficient to overcome maidenly ihyness The girls have agreed to marry but they cannot walk up to the first onelegged soldier they see and tell him so Meetings are to be ar ranged by certain women of the London West end where these selfsacil fitjing girls will bo Introduced to tbs lifelong burdens they have agreed to take a husbandsJuju There has bean nothing more pie turesque in the reports of African warfare than a sentence In the belated Count of the British defense of Tu hula which is just inside the bOrder of northern Nigeria Tho German ficers had ijcpeatodly attempted to take Tukura but their native troops refused again to ftfco tho juju at that place A worker among native races sends mo this word of explanation It Is no wonder he says that tht Germans could not get their natives to advance as there is nothing they art more terrified at than a juju which in this instance means thai some powerful witch doctor had laid a spoil on the place drawing a lin i round it which must not be crossed This lino would be marked by pieces of tusk or hair or something of that kind The natives would bo far more afraid of lacing tho juju than they would be of death because to do so would raise up against them the 11f its of their ancestors Manchestei OOfrdl lear Aunt Emily wrote yens will be homo In another weekHind I hall bring my husband with me Dont faint poor dear auntie be if the most splendid man You can nevur guess so I must toll you that I am marrying Anthon Burgosstho son of fathers old friend my trustee The trusteeship has been transferred tb young Anthony because his father is dead and Anthony say it Is perfectly natural that we should have met and loved and married for now ho can continue the trusteeship forever And best of all you are to give up the boarding house and return here with us if you will for tho Golden Eagle has developed wonderful riches and Anthonys mine has a new vein di gold and we are all golrtki to be very rich Indeed And Anthony wants me to add a postscript itbat we are rich in each other and richer in happiness than all the gold n the wbrld couli supply IIGet Along Without 1t Maxim the inventor has an artificial left arm He losC his real arm experimenting with explosives but he can manage the steeringwheel of his automobile better than half the people who own cars He had to give demonstration of this before the au thorities would grant him a Ikoue 1 You Need a Tonic wnwfcMi hacdeeVhenthattjme IsposedCCIaI Idgentlyand helps build them back to strength Md heeSIt has wukailing wodeeYou cant make a mistake in taking CftRDUIThe Womans tonicMiss Amelia Wilson R F D No 4rA1ma Ark earthforwassoI I dizzyspellsI weilandasI anything dealersHas miImTc R Children Cry for Fletchers t Ir1olUnd You Have Always Bought anti which hu ft cc use for over 30 years has 1orn6 the signature Eland has been nndo 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and akaraAm id tile rcest efficiency and wjltiont the 01 a particle of alcohol Jnst the r rt of remedy you naeo to abs nth b1oodind cia at lauitude and celiA ofaeye sheseis Dr Pierce C ice Medical Disco Try t KM Punuc APraOYAL aflu has sold msr utelyJa tile 1i-years than of other blood purIfieasi cickteals t Some tfm tuot ot of 1SO1th7 siamack seel b iii eat of the treabta vriU Me RU TOixu fe of B S xii commenced to doctv with all Ow docMn at MIrft sa wea M wiiia I other ipecIaBrt on and dlve Nee aia-cifoSte fRet nwst of the McdfeiM U barin a1W i 1 sSs W DK Fierce DuiMo N Y nstatlac iMj I h aT r t Unt with fndljrcstiaB aM MiuttMtitei eat cdrtMi Iiriseea a- Ml5 DhlcovetlrelId 1kat Illli U I ie Dt covwr actPi tO tJw tlMlr r feet I Ioaiedtobei5ItwtlLtdJ lwJ42O o Isbes I rSt WnJiIH iA PI 0 uent PIt1 w t a L r WANT aBetter jQBf 1That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seekfafi- rviccsen It you qualify take the Draughon Training and Show ambition tern More hANKERS 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