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L STABLISUED aAMNO D0M1N11883 l j f rt h i J uI I OHEW SERIESVOL XXXII rio23- n SPRINGFIELD WASH NGTONs COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 10 1916 IJ J A I DAILY MUSICAL TREAT AT STATE FAIR BY NATIELIOS ROYAL HUSSAR BAND Marianne Conway and Signor Ernesto Natielld t T HIRTYFIVE highclass mimic laos including tho famous bancliHRhlcr Sgnor Ernesto NaJello and noted soloists and tInstrumoiitaUEts commute the Na Uollos Royal Hussar BaRd that will tuck1Sn nageewwt was very fortunate socurIngt1iIs band for thore Is none tetter In the country All tho men will be attired in white Hufwr UBi forms that give the band a distinc tion all Its own Both the band and the IJotf carry put Signor NfctioJlos long known roofto Gtve the people the music they want This gives lao I tton all around and pleas everyone The proms which are changed daily Include l0th popular annl chuck selections CThe foJoJllt with the hand is Marianne Conjray one of the foremost concert sopranos in the United States she has sung with the Boston Fad nos Theodore ndihinhiht Orchestra IJ81vRich Max Hormig prchestra Has ajrangijthafttnabjea her to sing all fass 1Hr pl Ii I A feature that Is attracting much JffiW STARS To Prance Prizes inBanner Rings at Coming Kentucky State Fair HEN the pavilion gates swing vtlAa for the eatrmnts to the four greatest horse events listed for tho four t teenth annual Kentuqky State Fair to be hold September 1116 its Is surmlsod that not one of the proud In the Cbflmploaship l Jre Gaited Saddle llorne rlns fori ineriy known the ConmiMioveras orI Acricultures FlveGaited Saddle Sffakfi hold Friday night ttli FaIr thP KentUcky Cbamgloneblp Roadster f Stakes to bo shown Tuesday night of the Fuir the Kentucky Championship vEfno liamea stakes to be ehowa IWedhgda night of the Fair aadjbe Jow fpatureT ChBrnpfooeWp Three Gutted Safirtlo Horse stake which will be shown Saturday afternoon of the Fair will be rocognfced by boresn or a horee ovinf public as ovor haYing perfortjed on the the great theKentucky Upt of nominators ef the former stand bys of t4 Fair it Swoff lcnon to tbdie posted In horse history that a phenomenal tnimber of the most noAdTkorses the nut dp cade ownod cy them have departed froth CentuoHy berderL4mof tie list being 1L H aiorelaads beautiful Cei cade whldte has been sold to a Pttni StocklFnrmwho has stop been dspjMed Penn Bylvinlaf Wi G Shrepsaires aatchi less Hazel JJtora whlck was sold two seasons ago to futaa precitait and r her abje ngte Jack Barrywove who kgasj econtly shipped to CaUfornie as ifetowihajjie at the Exposlttoa W QUeeR X D Mooros My idol od into New Yprk A G Jones Sozis Princess Vwho has also boon skipped to Pennsyl vania P W nays Sunflower sold into Pennsylvania Mrs IL T Lovn des famous Mary tfandel Fox and Beautful Keatuokys Choke and Bob Morelands NIcor Piafe wklek baa been sold inip H suuri Tim above named haTe aH figured in the ceWjratod Kin tacky State Fair and QUtVcotel rings la tho flqe Ninic i4 thrceealtfld class deported lObheH of botH flesh aro losstp champion three iI gaited mare OiwiB H ekattptoa flno 1hnrncss mars Wirche terchaniplaa fine barnesa geWIng Bthei Mao and Gladys UonUr oksnplon road mares and Ebony King champion road mare I Increased Purses Instead of offering Ute former priio awards in a flat sum in coanectioff with the four features mentioned We have clubbing rmts wjlb all Jlending Fain pVrers and a IR O lit 4 rIP FLETCHERS S T O I A it will pLY you to trade w th j J Kbel1 r I T TIlE ATES=LEADERT j A r tirf1t L e i r i g1 ft4 I I a to attention wherever the Natielk Band appears Is the UnaFon A new itfstru nent It is played like a piano sIN has a rick tine that can lie heard at great distance This band is the ftrst to include the UaaFon in its oqalp mont Leader of Ability vBniesoNaUeIlo leader of the oefe brated band of thirtyfive pieces bear ing his name will be a feature of the Kentucky state Pair was born I Illslatherto America and was appointed tuid1 master on the United States Ship r11ID1oIIa 1889 Kntesto returned toBtirape to flaish his maeleal studios Attain ing the hljftSBt decree nt nrfr3a Ithe cornet young Natfollo canfe soiIpr an American tew he retaraed to ItaUanjmOnt for six months Then be again camo to AmaricR and Joined a profit Lnimt t band fk ctiy after which 4 TWeAiitSd of biB own SADDLE HORSE I for W hjcbatepporaj force tcnharkOtof Nico1Whezitkys oajfurnbbI1U3Ott reaonki- urict h1fttreL which mulrevorgwjliaillon above the State Pair management hat announced th more tempting plan of ItetUtg all the entry moneys in a lump mint and adding to It for the CbaRJp IT Gaited Saddle Horse stake in cash and a handsome silver tro10j for both a Kentucky ChaBlplo Roadster stake and the Kentucky Champion Fins Harness SUlks Stp additional to tile entry moneys and in staketbo 200 As this stake Is sew to State Fair history the entrants in same will InIthe fine baVnees take Ute proapoat are likewise for new blood In thp roadster stakes it is antieijnUod that the greatest lot of entries ever shown tleicontest purchased BOBdnaUona aboe are A KENTUCKY CHAMPIONIHIP FIVE GAITBD SADDLE STAKE It K Morsined1deiSl Kr- X K foreiai4eiti Kjr Powiitan Stock PiriiPwsi Vaflsy v VattaKrXeCAijr Xz1KL a Jones A Heis No SdIstews ICHAMPIOHIP THRIUI STAKE GAITED 71 KrHiJ T Collliu ion North MUSIillwn KSriVwhJ R ThomCWeqe Ut KbwHIYII dot1MIICyRKyPetvtMtiutPWiti m nnP Vsiis7 Kr DLJr KrOsprTItoII n PzbiNeiv4il Teen TnIKENTUCKYR K Mor1gdLsslngon Ky KyJTXfettlne ZrPVailsyPewbetan VsnW S Ntotff KWeetfwrR Ky I KyQUMTg D Moore ColwnWa Mo Yfobt On every pjrclin f of SI or more cti t my sitfre you whI Be pieaeetud with 5 poaafcfedf pRrabas price tihme atllle oitof stocfe A 0 1i1I l tWtts I SNW 1w PIw Gurna Sm A Tribute To tt 1DemocrtticPriiaiple ThenccepUinj orMr Charles E Hughes 13 nn indirect but inking tribute to DBmocratic d ctrineandDbnibcrat c prihoi pio In outlining the issues he pro p ses to raise in the coming cam paign Mr Bugiiua scarcely no tices the domestic achievement of the Wilson administration jpriuciples for which the party npraiion9butI indictment ot Mr Vilson s foreign policy at atIme when part iseuship should be submerged in patriotism Mr Hughesdoos n6t utter a syllitblQ ugainsu the income tax measure which was enacted dur ing the Wilson administration This lawhas been contondodIor- byl the Democratic party fqr more than a score of years and wa passed by aWilson oongress over tne vitrotous protest of theI financial Bourbons Mr Hughes is Jihewhe silent ti a tomo on the currency law ihecrownng achieve neat ol tbeI Wilson ndminisu ton Whidli transferred the control 6f the countrys ilnunces from Wall street to Wnshinglon anti took rom the trust magnates antI flInancial barons the power to crete a panic at will Mr Hughes does not attack the dite t election of Senators another rf rm measure for whose ajdvocacy Democrats have been denounced as iinurchisis and enemies of popular govern went but to which the RtpubI tican party bacaine reconciled in later years Mr Hughes lips nothing to argue agail1s the antitras measure the Rural Credits Bill rtho Jonest Coirpeasation ActI hree excollenb moaSuros passed uider tqe administration of Mr Wilson f Mr Wilson is uhVilUng t pitch hiSs campaign upon ihe is sue of Democracy vs TJpub Ibans as itwadelllc1 in 1000 iy04 1903 1912 or In any otter Presidential campaign Be Is unwilling to deolaro that the Democratic party has not re deemed every singe pltbforui pleuge of 1912 or to pojnt OUt where the rydamption of Um e pledges has not served tne country best interest Mr HugheS rnalcos a new de partura in PresidentialI oarapaign ing Bo tikes up the east 01 Victoriano Huerta against the United Stales Government rdI ol Wilhelm Ilagatnsttliq United lStteGoeernurent1and with out giving the slightest bit 01 particulars indicts Woodrow ViIsoa and the present adniin Utrutiou for uufaithfutnasd Hiid numerous other offenses against each of tnese illustrious patriot It is upon the e issues andJ these atone that Mr Hughes st dks election to the highest office in thu girL of the people Elizabethlton Hjpys Snort Stops iIan coniors QMuteini has nothing tj look forward to It ii HMier ttjacquirc a repu uriou for jf reatnass thNi It is to mukegtrofl 0 e oji the ambitiors of the av mjee man iStq do Uioeo hd has been dpuoby Many a woman who doseut k ow her Gin ndj3tI givaa her husbund cfSOf it- NoThiiits gained by abusing those whose opinions differ form you r own Mon3rovbiL ontiie mare doseut always pu hI hei uiuler1ii t e wire first DorH be w t liurr to accept a batdhmd as an official badge of wisdom Y u nun noah fill trpur purse by adding a littld more than ou takeOut I Many a mat who thinks hes briUtant is not even odinarily bright Pawple will have a good qpin lion of paifi yoa agrae with thom If a jirl in lovxe becomes thin neritiisVtSase of loved and lest It tales a Bpitster to give a motherly ad iic6 to mother r atyoqngI Batter not try H on tilvci dog unless you are sqre of yO fpg Most people aro too poffci to speak the truth ori all COOt Elbert gqe say Ji r iZ T A womans Idepof ob fa gsishetto nog her Ij Jtt fs much0ier to gata sweotUmxrl than if is logai ld oft wife t INojonlyI f j I Some folks get so high hi the world that they Joant liote dowldjuwethings re dOlt v unt todo PolkaTvphoarc ic honost as the days are long jmut attend to business at flight Thu poacernakeirhouldiilwaysi bo prepared to dIid himself ftgainstboth sden4 to tha cui3 troyeray I Whom tbe gods jvyonid d astro they ilrat get to ljvriting llettorff Dontslowdow on the road to success and wa bfor the otllei ffellow to get abea 1IThe almighty d liar covers a raphituda of que6 transactions 1 Charity is but ffis of the many melItf4lowtheir own views shltleGSlhoA gocd mirror qls the truth no matter upon out it reWoois Two men tryir f to entertain olio women oins i 18 a fair ex ample of a silent ijority Many a girl wi i cat Singes iGFIIotttod with tl da tliRt slim- sail It TuG average re ia would rpth er fsomproniH an ilght It is ear ier for roie modern gui to knt her brawlk han dacrt liar boso WbIi man ih down lila Jn mTsp kijki i jhlm anti his Irieids begin When wexetji we doittojire whethar wo are i ontented or not there ia uo lOll qr any tiling to worry about Rftiit falls upojii the jiist and unjust alike butj jtho uinUroll B ae not as Impartially dteirlbut od if A goad story tlltr is upaly popular but isnjtiln it With the follow wllio lists tt4var heard the other faliows oW The man who ftjnt inarrfedlls quite likely to Iwvij a word habit The devil may be to pay but if hed give raaeip many would thd they have pad him HI full wan tines I A man smiles at cynical uiUe whan a voinanf safs iba has gps to spsnd an efuiuJig dOxn town on cjinmites wdtr Pjaliip he tniiiKd sLid ifki worbidg the same gtig h i hao s often sQrIcci- A lot of folk s ty they have ho apologies tCI cake whim thu fact is they are l1ur81y tap stIff nt ked iht make ow Tbe diff rellce et seen pleas uro and real hap ftesi iis in the price you pay t Horns of the b ball playecB must n1 0uleb a cut Its Won dorful slides Wlratpumles is how a king with a iartm rla- bo if W Sorn lcalled poe o v It is hard toIt I patient vfilb some inon as s to bow money from tb Lt= erIHappiness H I180 your dau married that handaomo young it who stopped with you last ob Farmer Hayriolc Bjar Van She marflW him And sliesgoln tb be Tery liapp7 of course Wall Idunnojhlanl 1t1 poW orrul nBBtItoM iSpee EASY QUESTION r When the lIcxjtfeiin the Ppnams canal wont work iat do theyaoF Find a key ttLh situationfI II r1rjji 16 will pay joIto trale with A 0 KiabaT Taking The Home Paper t Do you know of a person in his whole community who would fbe willing to gp through lift month by month and year by yeir without a knowledge of th news features of the township Iii which he resides Wtmld von like to bu that person IV is dif jficult o convince be averag reader of the real value of hh he me paper unless he has at some time or other been forced thatist ttIi and absorb the news it contains as matter of course giving scarcely a thought to the vat amount of labor entailed in the production of the issue Am yet that issue means a tremer dous concentration of though and energy and perseverance or ihep arCof both tbegchtor am his enjire force of employees The work thus represented on at issue of this paver fur instang costs the reader less th cents Would yatI1 tb editors shoes for1t week or month tir permanently Woulc you consider that Ute labor thm involved had mot with just com ptillsl lon Com issio1era Sale J W Dlrland et al Pfr- vs Equu DeiIrendered at the May term 1916 it proceeltoON SATURDAY AUGUST 121916- at 23ft oclock p m or thereabout tq tile highest bidder on a credit ofO an 12 numUm tho sHowing describe pr perty Two certain tracts of land situatec in Washington c xinly Ky between CherrlGroveaggregate 87 12 acres more or isa This property has new frame housr barn ahd other necessary outbuilding with some timber t Tfor the purchase price the pu chase or purchasurs with approved sdcuritt ojurty mUtlt execute bond bearin lal interest from date of sale unti psid and having the force and effect ni preparotto1C F BOSLEY M c W tC C An Unreasonable Request Oceassionally man who ha been hauled into police court stys n western newspaper ask that his name bo with held II OP Recount of his mother And this paper being a longsuffering fr n rally Shows a respect ft r the buys mother that the boy hi iq self does tiotbow and grants the request It takes a lot of nerve for a man or aboy to ask a newspaper to withhold his name in con tioc tion with a police court story because tho person who inaktp the request virtually admits that ho expects tho papor to show a respect that he lacks Saylng otof police court is opiional with most persons But until the ondof time whiteliv erod individuals who got io will orawl to the newspaper offices aid ask others to respect mother whom they by their prest nee fu police coflrt ShOW that they do nofraspoot It also happens in newspaper ofllces that friends of men who dudrve no muipy aslc newspapermen to suppress faqls or omit comment out of respect to the mans family The wrongdoes furnish the family and tbe news papers furnish Ihe respect Plant City Courier Farmers and House keepers Attention Iwhe yauhavd anything to sett you go where you get the be t prices and it should be the s ine when you buy To go wlitre you e1j Dollar does its dqty both in Quauity and Quality it will payyou to visit our Feed and 1lour store Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Telephone 111 JIM Williams Cov Opp Post Office Springneldt Ky Brown Kidwell Insurance agents and ieal estate dealers buvingfieldi Ky Life AccidentI Fire I Crow A recent government report estimates tbe number of crows in winter roosts at Gutli ie Ky j a thousands of birds in the ce d rs and oaks large numbers at H trrodsburg ani several roosts i and near Lexington with a lThel erslemate their numbers at bout 1 000 birds These birds matte daily flghts rot mhos in search of food but heir danish natue causes them to seek a common roosting pace Phis nocking together iimore ark d in culd weather than at uny other time of the year heir chief ration in winter is orn wh ch fact puts them in reat disfavor with the farmer The corn consumed by these winged parasites is a consider able quantity In tbis state wnere the corn is oft in shocks for some time in ne fall and winter losses from tie crows foraging especially vhen the shuck iis not made properly is very great Rey ions near the big roosts suffer most from tbe nmrauders How ver it has been said that the toss in corn and other crops con sumed by the crow is off jetby be number ot grasshoppers the birds consume in summer It is a well known fact that a row is a difficult bird to kill but ate in the summer andearly fall few shofp fired from a shbtguh ito the roost usually results in Breaking up the roost Crows re not edible Farmers BoLe tin Excitihg Several exciting and hairrais g incidents took place at the tome ol our good friend Mr J f Wigham near Bethel church ant iMonday Mr WJgham Was hauling oats to the barn in the loft if which was an old bale of hay and unknown to him a colony of oumble beds had made their tome in it When he begun coving the hay bale the bees came angry and began to ap eur in gre t droves to aee who vIva bold enough to moles their resilience end di u rb tbeir peace Mr Wighm ran to the door of he luft and jumped into the wagon and as he went through the opening the king bee stung nim cn the back of the neck Though nova of the bees attack id the horses they became exulted and startaJ to run bump iu5 the wagon against the barn iUd knocking off a number of plunk iThei impact threw Mr Vigham from the wagon and he mded on his back on the ground and just as he had collected him s If enough to get up his sister appeared excitedly at the door and called him to come to the house qpick as a large snake had gotten into the room Mr Vighatn yelled bactc and asked II How close iis this pace to Shoel but he hurried to tie uouse and reached there in time bill the snake Barrcdsburg I Herald rBut He iept onTaiKing Omar Vhon It comes to absence ot mind that now barbe scoops theJOL Heiny Whats he been doing Omar I got in hiaChalr for a haIr- cut this morning and he pinned a ewsTUII around my nock and gave me a vffftt to read Hard to Tell No Chinaman jeeoma to have any COWlU71withi III wondor It I could go to chInA and get rich with a beanery or a boiled dlriher Joint Did She Mean 19 They lived In adjoining hbuiM ant3q one of those inevitable neighborly spats was on You must think I am a fool remarked tho first female of the ipeelee Well rejoined lady No2 Jwouldnt say that but you cerUlaly are next door to one easy te Open flat A rimplo divice for the operation of the heavy and cumbersome karmyari gate is that ot attaching a w 1M te the free or swinging end Im many Instances farta gates ate so long that the ordJnarhIhgeii I not strong enonca to support the eatjre weight aid it IanecessarytoaUowtkefreseedisrest wheel make K mmeusiry M lif- tthsgtwhjaittUks4bSW J Woj JSflKISG PoW II Makes the finest hht bisCtifthotbre pastry Renders the food more digesSbfe andwholesome L AM QlJELypuutr IMCHM NWMk S HtW Ati mpted Suicide Distracted with Rricf and worry over hid daughter Ella Mon roe accused of murder Tobn D Monroe attempted suicide late Saturday afternoon at his home near Sol way in Hardin county In alit oC temporar insanity he sot himself Int1te with a 22 rifle butr onl forrdJwound was infliqted roe ia speedily recovering from iiis wound and bis mental de rangement appiarloniIUbz sided Mr Monroe made an attempt to end his life about live oclock in tne afternoon Without a word of warning be Mt the side porch of tte house wbere he and his wife were sitting and wcnt into one of the front rooms where he procured a gun ard ehot himself His weapon Wb1 twentytwo Stevens rifle the properiyof his son Ova Monrps Added iimpetus to the movs merit to secure a bond for Ella Monroe accused of the murder of Eva Gregory was giyea Monday as a result of the sympathy felt for the Monroe family following tbe attempt of John Monroe to commit suicide Twenty six signers with the verbal agreement that they are bound lor 50 each have been secured although many are willing to as sume a large obligation It is said that a friend of the Monroe family living in the vi cinity of Solway is willing to as sumo the entire remainder and it is unlikely that the girl will get her liberty before the week it closed EJizabethtown News Russian Proverbs r The cynical humor of the Rug sian admirably illnstraed in their proverbs Here are some A fool shook God gnidee the bullet If you are not caught you Iran tbeif When money speaks truth kieps silence The spoken word can not ia swallbwsd f Dogs bark arid the wind carries it away It is a stupid mou e that know only one hole You cannot sew bottoBs OIl your neighbors month- It is a bad soldier that ions not aspire tb be a geaeral A woman laughs wile siessia and cries when she wbbee f Where God baildsift eIethere the ivIIb kleisjpi The Krea d nM M i be put to be d with a eevave- lIf I you fd to- aasjOWrfleY WM It f9 9 psy wli k pr7 three tiiw 1Jae7M we goIng to get married t Tfn ia hell the fejhtfc wB I in nThvetonerveqe kjuMkru Jet whiie the latter ieeiifiiitcauldron the foraer UlJto putthe wood Aerit Must aitJ 1timoriPelKMR wday begal jiM 0ofa municipal ociiInanoptoi4- lug l that jasi4cmns ycttxmtn qr other peraoa 4U 04I- Whn playing sioKiM cnmttr liThe gUr 8psls4 l t Jt Jt tWttof the H4iMMMt eitbs yullty of2Ialadsmesasi sa4iep on coQvicikM etMtli IM iwMl a- more than fiOO Diatrbailo WM mde to ill th1eatrs1 oviag- restaurants eWN I aadmsJs Mi Ietie offices of all vajeete 0iir brunches ia Bfcliueore IIn the circtUr ilk piiiitiaei that the iIadIerieiee1s rsiieir 4ingn nerlJ or parts thereof iim nia- thea with e4ker onpoiatends to 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monthaanSuncer 1 yea M GfiC Wharton raal ef4imbotha old SPThomp on IsU Wferton and Waggoner 2nd SQiw byes year old Mx 6 Waggoner Sow near6eeoaths and under 1 Yea itch G oaWIiarton Rbbt Hudson 2nd Sojmai emontbaold S PThompI- Jee ItlfWliartoq and Waggoner 2nd V PUBOC JERSEYS Boar wider b months oldJ W Mil jfora 1st and tlfiartvtjiatvolJaHdovcr EjSMayes 1S tid J owjMMter months old W G Gradjribd2nd SOW ever tooaths and under 1 Yet tfiVS1 Hayes 1st and tad t So 1y aadbversE SMayes- l9tantft2 1S epUlkeAny Breed cBoar any ire KS Mayes 1st W G Grundy 2nd Sow anjrage W G Grundy 1st M 0 WaggoiJerf 2nd f nerd any age E S Mayes 1st G Grundv i2nd Saddle stallions and Mares StalUon or Mare 3 yveara old and under 4 McCray Bros lat Hpjvell l nesS alding 2nd tar d4 years old and over McCray Bros lat Knlararaa Farm 2nd Stallionpr Marofc under 1 year old Kalaritina Farm lot Haydon Haydn ad Best Turnout Best Turnout single Ray Thurman tit Bohon Lucas 2nd Pony Ring Beat Turnout Will Roger Urownlst Charles Wells 2nd Horses for general Purposes Stalli6nor Gelding 2 years old Under d McCray Bros let Howell yones Spalding 2nd Stallion 3 years old andunder 4 M Affoid riy but a TitanoI 4 ssc v l t En Pv rites for kerosenee and kerdsene engines save Out iic per horse power per aasoIjne e Wes AiI Y oti an 8horse engine the savIIjnaJohour day 881n loo tr Is all your e nine does in a f ItMlE thai yO a need toPaT toIr is EmoredCur you U afford even to thnkofWh n clad et aTi that tII talk this OYir Hsi IOIDe ill you 4rr i lu a Tjtlel- r McClure ct Simms iiiiq r nro ij- Ai 11 wAiw wwwwtje iIiw i SPRINGFIELDI DRY CLEANING CO fi 3Suits Brushed and Pressed 3Sc Kid Gloves Cleaned i-i5c Ii Straw Hats Cleaned and ReblocHid 3 We dry clean twice a week Tuesday and Friday t- j LEVI NICHOLS Propr J Phone 154 Next Door to CleYks Qffic = IlHrn mem mmmr n mmM rx f V mmrn II Cray Bros 1st Howell Jones Spalding 2nd Stallion 4 years old and over Howell Jones Spalding Saddle Horses Stallion or Mare 1 year old and under Kalarama Farm 1st and2nd stallion or Mare under 1 year KalaramaFarm let Haydon Hay don tad Three Qaited Class Mare or Gelding McCray Bros 1st an2nd Bohon Lucas 3rd Championship Stake Light Harness Championship for Stal lions Mares or Geldings any age Mc Cray Bros 1st and 2nd HoWell Jones Spalding 3rd Kalarama Farm 4th dBth RoadsterRmg Best Roadster Stallion Mare or Gel- dtng1 C James 1st J T Clark 2nd SECOND DAY Jacks Jack 3yearsold and over G L Haydon let MA Mackin 2nd Jack yearsoldand under 3 J Wi Funk 1st Marion Smith 2d Jack 1yearold and under 2 Marion Smith Jack under one yearJoldTee Coch 2drJeinets Jennet 3yeariold and over J A Sea 1st W P Hays 2d Jennet 2years old and uuder3 W Heysr Jennet under one year old C J Haydon Sweepstakes Jack any age R Do Cregor let A Mackin 2d Jennett any age J A Sea 1st W PH ys2d MULES Mare Mule 8yearsold and over 2nrMareTMutc 2years oh and under3 Harris Woods 1st Phillips Bros 2nd Mare Mule oneyearold and unde two W R Beaven lot John F Simms 2nd Mare Mule under one year old Jno F Simms 1st Harris Woods 2nd overW C J Hay onIHorse Mule one year old and under r two Harris Woods 1st Robe t Woods 2nd Horse Mule under one year old J c Arnoldtlst W C Arnold 2d Mare and Mule Colt J F Simms 1sHarrlsWoods2d 11Sweepstakes Mare Mule any age J F Simms 1st Harris Woods 2nd Horse Mule any age Harris 1i Woods 1st R B Woods 2nd Mare Mule under one year old Jn IF Simms Roadster Pony Bing RogeaBrown 1st and 2nd Chas Wells 3rd Harness Horses Stallion 4yearsoId and over Kala ancd lSpalding 2d Stallion 3yeaia old and under 4 Howell Jones and Spalding 1st Ray Owens 2nd Stallion or mare 2yearsold and under 3 McCray Bros let RichPaul 2ndStallion fof mare one year old under 2 W F Woodward 1st Capt W 0 Reed 2nd- StalHSnjor mare under one year old Kalarama Farm 1st and 2nd Mare and Colt Mare an colt for saddle and har ness purposes Kalarama Farm 1st and 2nd Roadster Ring Roadster stallion mare or gelding JiT Clark 1st I l James 2d an 4UtOO Brewer 3rd r THIRD DAY Beef Cattle anj breed Bull 2yearsold andoverO on Harmon let C D Miller 2nd Bull one year old and under 2 0 R Harmon tat Ray Thurman 2nd Bull under one year old C R liar mon 1st and 2nd I Cows Cow 2yearsold t and over A H Robertson let C R Harmon 2nd Cow one year old and under 2C Harmon let and2nd Cow y under one ye rold Ray Thurmaih let CrBHarinon2nd Sweepstakes Bull any age C R Harmon 1st and 2nd Cow any age C R Harmon le and 2nd Best herd of beef cattle C R Bar I mon 1st and2nd Pony Ring Shetland Pony toe Haydon 1st A H Robertson 2nd Hors for Harness Purposes Mare 4yearsoldl and over McCray Bros 1st Howell Jones and Spalding 2nd JMare 3yearsok and under 4 Kala rama iKarmr 1st C JC Brewer 2nd Stallion or maj 2yearsold and under 3 Rich Paul lot McCray Bros 2nd 1 1 Stallion or mnjr one year old and under S P T iompson let Dr Huffman 2nd J Stallion eel mare Under one year old Kalarama Farm is t and2nd WnlWrr g Ring Best walking are or gelding any T M Parrdllat Bohon Lucas 1age Champ ahiptake Five gaited saujJ e championship for stallions mares o geldings any age McCray Bros eJ and 2nd Kalarama Farm Sid How Jones Spalding 4th and 6tlri Commis it nera Sale Margaret C OB yan Plff I Equity Edgar Linton ette Dfta- iS By virture olya Judgment and order of sale of the Wjjs ingtonCircultCourt rendered at the ay term 1916 in the above styled cau ie I shall proceed to offer for sale at he Court House door in Springfield l1M on MONDAY AUGUST 28 1619 at 200 oclock p inor there about being county conicl day to the highest bidder on a credit oi 12 and 18 months the followingdesijribed property to wit FARMdA tract of land containing 103 acres situated about2 miles from Spring field on the Wattna Lick turn pike On this farm tgeioMj n good dwelling outbuildingsIwell tobacco land a very good orchard a dasirable smart i nrm mostly in grass For the pure laae price the pur chaser or pure lasers must execute bond with app vcd surety or sureties bearing legal interest from date of sale uhtil paid and laving the force and effect of a judg nent Bidders will bet prepared to comjly promptly with these terms CCCommissioners Sale B A Grundy ojd PUTs EquityDanBy virture otjJidgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered attt May term 1916 in the above styl ause I shall proceed Houseodoor in SpringjWl Ky MONDAY AJUCUST 28 1916 thereaboutrbeing county pct day o highest bidder upon crekit of 6 and 12 months the fi owing described property towitI A Certain Muse and lot on SpringfieldI Grundy de ed For the puree price the purchaser 1or purehasere ttoppnved security or surety rmjii- ecuto bon bearing legal interest fljAiti datoj of sale until paid and b 1 inv htt e force and effect of a liirin in Illililnra will ho preparod to ctfmply prorjlntlyl with these termsa c F mSaiiEY M C w c a Iw THE ERSE SIDE NDid you horn a laborI inspec tor in Massai r usotta declared that in tthe night cation tits telephone girls work vlii Iljthey sleep Y Humph da nothing Ive know thomsleep while they workd j JUST A At2HEV HAVE A man i anjarkcd the moralizer grows old be foe he knows it And a vroj nan rejoined the demoralizer lcg otJB old before she lets anyone else R it NEIGH LY COMMENT ButHcJKcptonTaiKina Omar Vh6tt It comes to absence of m potHennyWhdoIngOmarI a haircut this aRjr my neck and gave me a fWtl to faad Haw to Tell lINo anytroubleCOUDU7withWell 1 wonder If fcould go to China and 1t0Bettnner y 4 + r s 1PS n L 1 + r I b t s Iiir- y t a 1iI j Staii tics show thatm 1915 alone over ONE HUNDRED TH0BSAC CARS WERE STOLENr Why Take Chance r NEVR J ro T HAS A CAR EQUPPED WT H AN tt l AUTOt r Been One of the STOLEN CARS r I nYourrand so perfectly put together that it is a puzzle how It is manu factured No Tumblers No Pivets No Springs No fins No Bolts Nothln lo jiot out o order No Key sto Lose SAFE AS A SAFE tPo UivelyMonSioablo it as t car is at of l ri i it one to to c rr to of JJ ta of in 5 is the lire of the car upon it Is i f I 1 1 t L a J I I I 75c WAY OtlE 1 l can on us or Wu are new will We alsoto our the to and to a and n nice car in 11 Leave Springfield aud2 pm Colorado Grants Dog Pony Show will ex hibit at August 14 Adults 25c Children 1ScI YOU CANT TELL WHEN THE AUTO THIEF WILL SE ECTwYOU RCAR for his loot climb into and drive away other cars driven away under the very noses of the police Bear in mind AFETY FIRST when leaving our carl p theft Insurance is Necessary v your equipped with the AUTO SAFETY DEVICE whicfr LOCKS not only the Magneto the GASOLlNB and battery The twist aslsgle lv makes impossible for without the special knowledge get fuel tlae buretbrora spark the cyclinders Prevents Flooding Carburetor aka Gasoline Reduces Fire Hazard Ho Two Auto Safety Devices Work Alike 17900 AntoSaMy Miees nOW ia USB Not one has teen stol ThisWonderfui Device can be Installed minutes Evorj HcVjbe gyaranleed dnrlnj which installed In order to introduce this 9th WORLD WONDER p vention to this section and territory the manufacturer wil during the months June July and August oaly stnd by Pared Post on receipt of TWO 2W al charges prepaid tho SAFETY DEVICE After September 1st the retail price will tv11 OOeachalI instructions accompany each DEVICE IrCane0 l Tfteft Insurance and flli1 iA Jt ADDRESS TOrWrW POTTS Mgr NEB AUTOMOBIL E LIN Fi IISPRINCFIELD and LEBANON 125 ROUND TRIP I IIIdepend going Rain Shine equip ped wilh Maxwell and Pord oars and endeavor give patrons best service possible have Cars Hire parties deatiiug lake trip I want Good Livery Connection 81i mlI are but of Leave Lebanon IIO3O ain and 3 45 pm 1I1 1 Cos Shader Manager M 1 and Springfield Monday Admission t I t DOLLARS AUTO Your I t Lublin an Old CItytLublin now tntboAOOuptlon of the AbBtroGormon foroea may ownim something of te fah which came an earlier day for fh was unco plun dered by the Mongols It is avery old cItyIts catWdn dates Yom the thirteenth cent rrand at one time was a treat commercial center The lilt of unIon between Lithuania and ol WM nlgns tint to 166B AUTO SAfETY DEVICE MFG EOM 4545 South Michigan Ave Clici=o n ffw f r at once f my hori is i iPrqmpt attention mmt bt jfr i en ailing stock so that farm work may not be Jilijil j It also keee you in tpucn with the n ark d your nei II If therevis riQ telephone on your imrm wriitday for our Free Booklet l if rt1P i farmers Line Department t I TELE1PIil0 VB- fc TELEGRAPH COM1AX INCOroIVTS BOX 2it LOUISVEll KY tC jtohborsS 1Address GiRfB1RLAND V i 7f- lI f r PPrRJ liAMLTON vi1E1iDiKY o l roStr Phon r rf r 73Ote8 JO4 1OOta3OOP M 11 Qj j c 11UDD- Pkpciu tlfs geol Ochoars 8 to 9 am 1 to 2 p m Oty Haydons Drug Store JJ L tII m w HYATT T OAe orer BpringQjpld State Bk OMc hourarlbrSO a m bsi2ttoPmi WF GRIOSYhj ATTORNEY AT LAW IMKINOFIB t Dl f F1 TRU- StYDENTlST Office over Harden Barber P nUl work reasonable prices j11 work guaranteed 1 ORSEYIORSEY LAWYERS srtIifkMl Loutsviile i If years experience at Louis yule bar Special attention to tollectioDS and adjustments 6 PEALTOMEWVW Mt economical cleansing and ftrmteldal of all antiseptics la IIll A iDleAle Aaeptie Powder to W hretIwater as needed dOpchCbIIIvfeeratloa of iloso throat and that sMed by feminine lite ithas no equal PlulthatnI SMedicine Cohas recommended Paxtino Ila their private correspondence with venen which proves its superiority Wen who have been cured say It II Worth its weight Is gold At pomTREESS Bbadrand Fruit Trees Straw 3 berry Plants Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb tIOrchard Lawii and Gardenq m Agents free Catalog T HIF Hillenmeyer I Son- S i 1841 Lexington Kyr 1916 = == BU STOMACH TROUBLEc Titled to Delicious VinolB Nubanywowould veryweaktfee without help I saw Vinol advcr stomachtmubleMARSHALLVmol TtiridIf tke stomcch nnd create nervesS strengthb JAPANESE AN ABLE ORATOR ln Yeunf tturfent Hae Carried Off Two llf Prlxee Within a Remarkably fE Short Time 018 of the most jniiMatudentaMreunion held at San Calf kut August was the oratorical contester a prize of 50 offered by Direotor Qemeral John Barrett of the Pan Amer fcaavnlon for the best oration on tho nbject of FanAmerican relations ItAlraot econOClICd1tJapan February 3 1891 After finish Japankeand entered the San Jose High scho JJat San Jose CaL- la 1012 he entered the College otI tie Pacific and the following year transferred to Stanford university In May 1915 Mr Hlrao won tha frat prize of f50 In an oratorical con test on JapaneseAmerican relations keld under the auspices of the Tau anese Association ot American Collogi Graduates The winning of two prize witta a perkxl of throe months UaiK tho trullant young Japanese M an crater sad thinker of marked aittity s EvenIA7eingwsmempioyelInaLe iayette bank la acknowledglng a TOWteey skowa ty an Indianapolis yogag Bias who lives at the Y II C Ii A la leM4 a check for five cent mlyfor faymeqt for service as erV raM boy She remarked to tho youn- gaaat elster that he wouldnt have Jhe aerre 8 cask it tS Tfce yeiec ma enjoys a Joke ana wIt UM sick ta returned to the La CMreMe Itek Jt will bear In addition toptp et several banks a list or 11I111kIck wilt hoIt hall M ety JM a circulating merttum IndlanapoltbfrIL ie what wfll happen among 1s g frlaaat the La 1Il when the deck Is pre k Ja ynIndIsapolia I 1 II TOWN SSS MOO I w r iWnHrW nwh WW iThi p AlUbout Yourself friends I and Acquaintances MM M MM o3wi- It will pay you to trade with A 0 Kimball OneJaew wind shield for 1910 FOrdVfor sale cheap alsd one set new tenders CAMPBELL BROSJ Rev Mitcnel officiated at the wedding of Mr Aid 20 Lay aud Miss Mattie Crook last Saturday Both are prominent young pod eof the Hillsboro neighbor ood The new concrete brIdge oVer th 3eompJetlonterected at light cost to the county the State bearing o kneo every purchase of 1 or mora cash at my store you will be presented with 5 percent of purchase price with one article out of stock A O Kimball lOST On the road butwaen Springtield and Mr CJ L Bradys on the Mackville pike a a1iandbagbook in which there were two keys 2 20 in giiver a handker wllefIrcheck book Finder will please re LturnAutomobile Bargaini Tf taken at once one 5passen gar Overland car in firstclass condition 350 inquire at ttris office Notice Every member of Guiding Star Chapter No 225 0 JB S j Springfield Is urgently reques UrSdayevo1nD p reI fTryta LILLIAN BBLLBAUM 11SUSIEi SecretaryILr Primary Election 1t it 4ThRepubiican 4t tion was held Saturday Soj uiet an affair was it that but faw people knew it wan going on The countys vote was as fbl lows Hobson 131 Nichols 6 purier 7 Ashlock 1 Haswell 81 1IIn the district Haswell re lved the greatest number of votes and will accordingly en Jo nsons opponent in ovember Heavy Rainfall One of the heaviest rainfalls known in the county fell last uesday night TherQ were washout in the roads an ridges in different parts of the county Toe temporary bridge ear Mr T D Tapps ascnr ried away as was a bridge near the residence of Mr Joe Glow ents The barn of Mr B B Leachman was struck by light was also a hay rickckr Nat Tholl pson of hay was burned The mind a thunder continued ir jBss antly throughout the entire nlghtr Pick Pocket W H Wacfiman tdpn ex aminatiou Monday before JudJie Noe on a charge of robbery aliened to have been commute ICoOslOCctrailing alng in a orowd MrCBms ock with his h behindI his pocket one night uring fair Later Mr Uomstock found hs pockeibook missinc and a warrant was tacen out Uift- ithwre was not sufilcinrt poorqf forcef being THed the defendant j was held merely on a disorderly t conduct charge and given a ti e IJurintj the Jfair there we e nTOPIS1I 9 M OOM a quitf a number of drunks in townf number of whom had to btf placed iin tileIJlock up until tboy became sober Crow i Mrs Nay Crow died at her home at Booker Iast4e4folo- wingl Ji itroka of paralysIS She was born in Washington county iut ild Her husband Ben ago1Puneralat Now Hope and burial was in the cemetery thuro She is sur vived by five sflns and lire dnughters She was a wOman hitlHy regardEd by all who oaw her r Borders =On last Wednesday thaoouuty lost one of her oldest and mbst highly regarded otilzona when death claimed Mr Henry Bord 1t ers He belonged distinctly to 1hereinll his lifo here He was a son of William Borders vno died many years ngo His wif who Miss Mary Wei leer with the following children survives Mrs 1l e Guatley Gland Xionnie and t ElHsBofdftrs Fen ral services VIbe conducted at St Dom inicV this morning and burial wilTbeinSt Dominics cemetery Mir Borders was a good hoii ostand industrious IIUIr who enjofed Uie respect and esteem of a Iarge number of friends PERSONAL- Mrs Naomi Dbs of Teen motborIM1If of Lancaster and Mrs A lice bownsun and daughter Miss ancy are visiting reLatives here Mr and Mrs J Q Duncan of Louisville guests dt rela fivEsinMrs Margaret vNorraan is visit ngin Louisville Ilf Hinkle Bars Louisville FIrtWlnel here Miss Florence Ragsdale is visi ting relatives at ljarVl tovn Mrs J H Hopper and Mrs Salli VanArsdale are at Perry ville this week Mrs August Ott and children of Louisville and Mr Walter McLaughlin and family of Gtiensburg aret gtaetsuf their mother Mrs Elizabeth Mo Laughlih Misses Jennie Jtaddng and Ella Duncan are spending a few days at Dawson Springs Mr Ricketts Boulwae of Louisville spent the week end with his parents hero Mrs Alex Jenkins and daugh tar Marianna of Jincinimti are visiting he pi rents Mr and Mrs G D JjQiiefi Mr and Mrsi Waiter Thorap Bbe of dtanapolls visited rflla tiVes hdre liSt wsk 7 Mr John A Ryan qif Oklaho ma City is spending a few days hire Dr Georga M Slmunty nid vffe of LcmiavillQ spent fsiit week hore Mrs Josonli IBflaionr and Inje jdlT Leaohman are vidiUng fiIends in Now Havoix M Pat Tbbin isspendiug SpringsIot ATa banja war tiare last week LDr R H Williams and wife of New Hops ytslttd at thp home of Dr W F Trusty laj- veek Mrs Li Han Oray croft Mel a a d oaujibter Miss Dorothy Metz hiVe rttjrued to their home li U1 111NO1 pjiqcS II sold my 4 t rei n Vho firm of B D Lake IIHaviit needS ry mat the business be closed and Iwill be oiitnpelled to collect all accounts due Iq lhenrmat once Tid omdobttd to us will please call tj SvtUat once a tjbe offipe of B D Like Co or IIaDd patronIagei LLTv1ISThSjaIiftpma II h ereIMaster Jdhn Oraycrof Cin oinnati is here for a vi4o his aunt Mrs GabeWharUr JTMiss Fannie Wall has fe turned Inme uft6V several wee s in Aahvilla jf O Mj stayI lsh1villehero t t Mss j1 s1sillng friends in Loufeville 1Mrs Pattje BlanfdjVd and daughter are sjawidiug ten days ut Tatham I I Mrs Annie Motoalf AL rA1is vIHe iis visiting Mrs L WJ SltiioisSr f v litEr W M hogan si tit the ifirst of the week iti Lot i yule Misses Catharine a EmiFy I Spalding of BardstovnIvistt ting friends l 1uregtf Miss Mary Waters oft Louis- vIlle is hero for a visitito herj aunt Miss LulaYttersIS Col John B Wathon rind wife of Lebanon atundedk1m fair here Saturday Mr Oscar Gijogory offi Texts visited reltitiyas here last week Misses Ohio and Kakhurine I arelhet Grodko Missi Rusie Miller is tAJQ gust of Miss Quiqtt at Mattobh III Mrs Frank 0 Pot Ja and Miss Louise Qaydon are visiting in Lexington f Miss Viola HQward ijns ro turnodt to her home in I dwnrds town She wets ucooinf uledliy liarslsior Mrs Jo Mis JJP Bklecn i r ophjdvrnhome on Lebanon Mr SWOai boon for sjaveral dis im proviiig Mr and Mrs J D i ner of Lexington visile rela a hero lldt week Mr H M Moss a M iSSQ Mary Nee and Born tja Spald inx spont one day las uewk at Grab OrchardSRev Rogers forme Pastor of the Christian chi i hole but now of Louisvitl isi con dueLing sorvioe at Fill I pro tills week Messrs LoUis and t iu Tant Arsdale aud James TAjrilteis of- flurodsbu rg attend li Jthe cal here last week Mr Lymnn Barber rtrrLous yule was here last w tf-k Miss Ida Glnybrool bas re turned from a visit to J Drs John Offutt in BlooinDeld Iltl Miss Poftrl Claybr has re jIxintclIsol1 t iwn te tho guest if lifir sistor Mrs R H IWelen tVValtor tilt of JJeJfttnoQ is the guest of reUttvei here Mr Robert uSillI has TQi Iitoi Montttomorv t spent the wotk and atf Lexington t tj tJ On ovary puroIiaiof SI cr m i0 cash at my stw a you will be profionted with ri parocubof IIoutAO Kimbal s f MAMMOTH CAVE y25 FOR AN ALL EXPANSE WODAYS TRIP FROM SPRINGFIELD AUGUST15Railroad fare 8 75 Eoard at hotel insluaing the routes Iti the cave f r 551 Roand trip ticioljj on sale for morning trains at all way statipns Se L N Agent Sharpsville Messrs W E Robinson and ar Beay were iin Springfield on business MVVilas Graham of Louis yille is spAnding the week with his parents T D and Mrs Gra hani AIrs H S Robinsm returned Friday from a visit to relatives and riends iu Lexington and Niouolasvillu Mr and Mrs Wade Royalty off Salvisu spent Sunday with friends bore Sheriff Eddleman and his deputy S D lila Aere here one day recently or business cblldIriui relaIt of BuclM Svfrc the ueSts of Mrs Ida Sanders lass- vcert Prof T J JLeathers of John o vilie was a welcome yisitoi IIn our little city Sunday Miss Mattie Cornish of NioholiasMille is visiting her sister Mrs H B Robiuson A little girlarritedat theahomei cf Mr utidVMrs Vrank Orofcch on tho 81stfe tSirs S A Rlibinson Cleo Penuiss W 0 Saterly and Capl 1 G Den iSRleit Monday Jor Cumberland Gap and thecLookout Mountajns They will be gone ten days Mr JJ J Yates the junior member of the firm of Yates Yitas was in Meroer county the first of the week pn bushmesslMr W B McRay was in Hloomfield and Plrfield Wednes dajy on business t Our honorable jUouuiy Clerk JJt A Wycoff was here Wed nes day on legal business Mr andMrs WM Wells and son Thomas Booker of Dugaus vilje aud Mr and Mrs J H Heed of Duncan were the guests lhursday of TD and iVlrs Ghraliam What has bacorae of our cor respondents anqwhyq have they fallen from Grace can oine one tell us Such a neglect means an injustice to the town or neighborhood from whence the letters come So here is hoping that every ink sHnger Avil oil up lknock tho must off and come again The popular Flat report Of needs no shaking up because weare aware of the fact thathis time is all taken in catching hickory shads from tho bank yaturs of Sulphur ereekI Fair Vtew- Mrs P M Oarney Visited JuLterIt part uf last week spentWUdUeSdtlY A number of people from here dlr1ustdl Vivian Tatum of Valley Hill Jwas here one day last week OnI business Miis Mary Y rioev visited in weetrtapont sun- day with Misses Myrtle aiidt Julia Carney Mr and1 Mrs Clarence Van Mfstwith yrandMiss BalahColeman has re turned to her home in Danville after an extended yjsit to friends and relatives heic A number of people attended SundayJRev Lutus from Louisville I School opened here Monday with a gpod number ot pupils tbeIteacher Miss Nalley of Spring field our best regards J II AnfLpound vr7whrIn10 IIIJJlini that elvr cryttaftlaii pound humidor with tpong oiatrtop tpltndia that liup condition tll tobacco ill audi I 1R1NCE I R J Tobacco 1M WJL 3 f fTi t QUICK CHANGES OF LEVEL toko In Eastern Washington That Causes Trouble to the Residents Along Its Borders subscriber who was interested iu tdie Companions account of a lake iin Italy that rises and foils in a sin gular and unexplained way has sent us some equally strange facts about lake in eastern Washington The ttown of Kahlorus is built on the shores of the lake and since it wa Price nearly submerged by one of the lakes sudden changes in level a dike tton or twelve feet high has been bum to protect the houses against another catastrophe The lake normally a quarter bf a mile wido and a mile and a half long but at times the water falls so ypwwidelcvontunllydollows the lake and there is no visible out llot but the water is always fresh throughKablotus the tracks across The lake on an em bankment but the sand was awe lowedup almost as fast as it was poured in ditch wns then dug to carry off the water through a tunnel i t wnytHrougha crevice and disappeared into the oath Where H comes to the surface again no one knows Out adds that on a ranch near the town of Kahlotus there is a doe p well the water of which at intervals of about two weeks rushes up geysorlike to a height of several feet above the ground Youths Companion Giant of Stars Canopus tho giant of tlJe stellar jtystein Is according to a recent cat isolation W F A Ellison 49000I tImes as bright 03 the pun It times largo as tho sun in diameter 18000 times In surface and 2420000 times in volume Its distance from us according to tho samo estimate Is 4Sd light years Suppose says lit Ellison that instead of being at this enormous distance it wore placed In the center of tho solar system In lieu of tho aim It would then occupy cightyOro hundredths of the space ly ing within the orbit of Venus and as Been from the earth would subten4 an tingle of about 70 degrees of Thus when Up lower limb was on our horf ton Its upper would bo within 20 te green of the zenith Needless to say no lifo could exist on earth with such a neighbor Straying From the Subject The business of motherhood be gan the little old lady In the back teat The president of the womans Club rapped loudly for Delegates Uwlr attention W the business or the HOIIdWtcr rcflth The war department of tho Netei lands has developed a new sort of tronch for us In the low and marshy parts of tho courtry where In case ot Invasion tho whlef battles might bo expected Fighting along the Ysor has taught tho strength of a water dofcnso above all others For this purpose as is well known the socalled waterline has been brought into readiness But a great deal ofc fighting might take place upon HeiiendleSs tracts of meadows which all around tho capital of tho klQ8d The trenches which will here be con structed will bo arranged In such way that at a moments notice they can bo turned Into flooded ditches In tho warfare In France and Rus sia a conquered trench means an add ed strength for the enemies who Im mediately turn the trench into a rev tress tttheir own The Dutch trenches when It is necessary to abandon thorn will almost automatically become a deep flooded ditch which will be no rise to anyone and will merely form another obstacle en the way forwapfr PV 4 I 1srMe Ft 4p Jpcnij j L t I cerinfl wand ofajirnth cigarette uniesp tl with PrinceAlbert lvP A comes td youLa o 41goodness and satiiciFeg i41u f arichfYcu IIback PTfaejUtev wWbwi rtyocoupons or premiuom W preftr to pe i1 Prince Albert a brdkthft k opt d enjoyment Arid i Uavafxi l tcoolness is as Qa a s tukt founds p answers ihc umvj kiAtA f4r JiL without bitepiurish or ti bck 4 T Induction to Prctsutiuittnp ise Mr5tobai fullest investmentyosav piip j the national J Y smoke f rolled 1 Reynolds CoflitonSaN C Cyniffat asj I correspondent of arc orderI g r U INotiC 1 f t I rf I THEO4B JZ f I iiII A RJ 7 JModei 838 Tpiagar8 Roiv i II Overland Siz18- Fiy- eI J I pi WillYs b a 1Tonriag rThI OaaKer rooo U IIAll tLelcmodeJI arequipped iand lighting sys4tii Tt Toledo Ohio ComaAdss dre oI 695tWERLAN Jc I fy now on display at the SprafiId 4sIte Poslofflce Do aJI aail AI YULCM4Z accuui ALJT Nt J laDdcaAI or 128R forT Cali FWUMB U iU 1t COMBINATION 3 iI QQua tH q A t 0 aj rs f t 1A k114 1Old fflnOWiLiak Spring 19O1M j = SPrJnI19J q jt W = = tw nn J ff7rat Wtkir kYITaSU1pI11k i rto Twelve titfth Bottk t Whiskcystiat It 4 TFoRA1J1Ietf J BrandiQa Wines Oeud14 tJt thing kept in i b i J w p Jw1thE e L r a i ti a LEBAMcKY eJo Ie Y d ytJI1lib l f I Mln Ylil k j fJ1 PI1 HI 11 te use ofagoQdax4UvJto bows f 1foe from geutndrito your system rbe ofsdencs tVVO utiureliable USLu n as WtIM stPJAcb and trtraroaWk 1l It bWousness sick hsaezcM Is jJ VII I LVI LXAE LIVER SYRUP t1 r TrAUTO RACING IS tfrt tttibl1Cit i L L3 nR J I ltu i t TIT iI4IINQ AROUSED IN j l MiL PARTS OF COUNTRY IYlEUILWKS SPEEDWAYS Iet lltlATIIiM8J CBCUIT1 a- tW1l Mt We Drlvos Are t k 111 Mile wptkeWhWi WlllfrUre the Ofn i MQwI n CItyLabr Day TlNrfS aa rlIB auto rating JJ grow II tiC MMfaw tk dJaainiahing is attest 4 krTtk JHMib r ot new apeo4w7iI stkt aye h1B built or are contem 3dtW tor completion this taU or early VJsr te ifrisg Every secUon of the country IMS taken up tho sport with V the TMitwl result that there wilt be clrevlts ot speedways just as there arowwIth tfce jMspl tlon ofthe new Cln tesMtl Bf Wvay at Sharonvttle in IuHrrUM rIiniflg Jof the first InterI f MttwMl sweepstake race at 300 miles g Idtse Dy September 4 another l4k will fee added to what will he1 Ja iwm as the Big Circuit in which bSDetroit t tad possibly Minneapolis will 1M l1cla4d The Clncinsat manage OMStt Ja JIOt behind any of the others iai tM tter of the Size of the prizes xJr sri30 0 in cash being sub- aKri4 lW ufirst big event besides 4 a B m4wr o special awards and In tenet M tin Bosch Trophy and tho TTitla a1 jCkiaaipIoasbJp money award jtkat IMS wltk lir Tfce irsssmt plan of those interest i te dw fonukiok of the speedway bre ltSvis to have two races a year sr d1rack spring and a fall VstMt vit which all the leading dri Ttrs iA the country will compete Cln TtsaaUa alrydy been selected as DM place iior the nnnqti Labor Day eaid also will be asalgned anoth Sr date early in the year Indlanap Mfr the DecoraUon Day asalgn SM t sad either Chicago or Sheepa- Wa4 ky will be given the Fourth ot- Jftly Jfce ChacinaaU track is rapidly i readyiBftMile of Aucsst r FAMOUS DRIvERsI MAY QUIT RACING fRICKENIACHER AND CHRI3TAEN3 4 f CONTEMPLATE FROM AUTO RETLRINGI pFrdklily Will Make Their Final ratthe Cincinnati Speed x way September 41 r EWe RIckenbauher and Joe Chris 4t jta ns two of the most noted auto race drivers In the world probablytw the their last appearance on JOw big speedway circuits in the in Uraational sweepstakes race to be ru at the new Cincinnati Speedway ttSiuirpnvllle n Labor Day Septem Sr 4 over a distance of 300 miles for pciiM aggregating 30000 In cash be iaiiM a number of trophies h tlae ago Rickenbacher an I cd that he was contemplating tlrinc from the auto racing game be oa ue ol the great danger attached to aM that be expected to take up javktioa either as an exhibition flyer ior u preparation for any service he alfhtbe able to render the United lw tM in case of a demand for bird PMB should become Imperative With lsitke last few weeks Rickenbacher t IM reiterated this resolve and as the JIIt ICiacUnatl race is about the last big J pMtioaal event of the year this con jj is likely to mark Rickenbachers purewell to the speedways Cbiistaens who has done some won fiiifttl driving since he came to this seIlLatz7 expects to return to Europe againHeiter into activities in the war as an t rlator Before coming to America he iMrved in the Allies aviatlcip corps r bdt was disabled and only trecently hM recovered sufficiently to permit jhtak to resume flying Nogptlations tare on for Christaens to take part In t big Cincinnati race and he eIect to sail for Europe shortly after 0 Ikat event An Aid te Dignity fl didnt realize until this dancing srax awept over the cdnntry and oc tcenarlan began to hop about on jWUropn floors that rheumatism and j e gout are blessings in disguise lVhat do you mean Thos two complaints have pre j jTNited a great many old ladles and pwUcnien from making thcmselvct Mk lous by trying to dance tho tang IjidtthIatest trots i Dk ffrac d 7 a jreafc t Hammandhaw for t waflk I X ieIwiat been out of tht imlw- ii ee kIa accident Ws keHriouly ajuredr fN r Vut it fMl tht ilsgnct t4yj DNrcer- I J tTisfjrfUr living In the heart di AttjraU kk life he went to hi- f5 atrv MM 47 last week Lad WM af a 4 c Orlftln- fJM 40tS eowaoa Mcret ot want dti1SieIIi1fsIiatendencytojeIso the iiIsl 0a4 fftortunity or the com W1i be Wua4 r aa the lavish 111PM of all forcesHopportunltlea vkMi te TMtoM shapes come within p It M tae tov allass of Mai iTOMCit wkkk for tkimOlt e tIIoWr fives so unstUafac Wrtwr oJMt ait attke loom with i r d sift fillers hat the- IusI y a d without a tedalous tef tiier M the best may thrcwta We are ipt to fcivg 16011 to npJ that a kM bas rInd tH elotk wo Jet on ID tM wtrid art act Aanttd by one nor a jtoatrat Psa1 =JobI MOfto r Mua I IND BYPRODUCT OF vAi Chemlsla A NJcft i Prom the t tor riahiaithrown away are being found to ooa llab some Meld substance ha soita the maR of what was originally otvaidered a byproduct has ome tt ieed that ef the primary product It Mtf Thd residues ot sugar refinlns kftv beet discovered to contain a yalu able waxy substance in sufficient Quantities tu warrant Its extraction on t ttmmerivlal scale When a section of sugar cane is ex jnined under the microscope it is sees that trom the epidermis exude llttln- frofuberaHces itralght or curved and disposed perpendicularly to the vrface These are made dt wax which with other waxy substances contained Iin other parts at the plant passes lath the juice In tho process oi its extrab t LonIThe lime used In almost all refineries carries them away in the efuso of tho precipitation process from which tho Idea of rescuing them was not lone go broached For this purpose the slimy residues placed In a receptacle where it UP dergoes a fermentation wWch destroyr tho fatty matters without attacking Ittile wax The substance is then dried IB tho sun and afterward In a current At warm air or In a furnace The drj product is crushed and treated with or carbon dlsulphld The wax thus obtained is then refined by heIDi extracted anew with petroleum es sence and then by filtration through clay or animal black The residue ol this extraction may be utilized as c lubricant or treated to obtain the sugar which it still contains Cane wax thus obtained is white cr a1e yellow It much resembles in appearance Carnauba wax as also in 1U hardness and high melting point Thar dried slimy residue contains ten to twelve per cent of Ita sufficiently llarge proportion to Justify the Indus trial treatment of these residues JOURNALISTS OF THE BIBLE Hvlor Masterof Art of Publicity U the Assertion Mate by Dean of University Christ was a master of the an of nc rertising John proved himself a greqf reporterfUianliams dean of the school of Jouruallsir ot the University of Missouri who ad dressed a Sunday school convention la at Louis says a Et Louis Mo die patch to tho New York Herald Even Christs last words were not for silence but for Christian puhi lty said Mr Williams Wuenever church has kept the good news of thr gospel to itself it has died Whet It has given this news out Iit has con Quored Kitchener wanted 1000000 IWhenadvortlecd in the newspapers ohurch wants 1000000 strong men to aid its cause It ring a bell for five minutes on Sunday Luke with his vivid phrases wrote the greatest report in the world tht story of Christ said Mr William John proved himself the best editor for he freely used the blue pencil stating It J wished I could fill many the devil advertises utM Mr Williams hia sp94alty kip r waiie llshtaA- Building Great Warsnip ttbelure 442 feet in length and for a few wUl be the largest craft In the world England Is building one feet long which will probably be launched next summer The California is the first American naval vessel to be built with its bov curved aft below the water Tho bum the older boats curved forward below the water that they formed rams which were formidable weapons They are obsolete now because thn high power of me modern naval guns makes it impossible for war vessels to come close enough together to ran each other Thfl armature of the California 1Ii thicker than that of any otherboatin itknotsmen The cost of the boat alone la 7000000 but her equipment bf guna and ammunition will Increase thi value to 15000000 GameRaising Farm Prom tho first game farm In Minna IOta tables of epicures will bo sup plied with pheasants and mallard ducks within two years and possibly within one year if present hopes are realized We will raise ruffed grouse brarle chickens pheasants and ducks on the farm said superintendent of the Game ProtecUve league This Is only a tartbr on the more game movement More than a hundred citizens Sbreedingpurposes and for tho market Every game bird raised aria sold in captivity helps to protect the states supply of wild game and U my plans work out Minnesota will within a few years bo tho greatest ameproducing state In the Union Upside Down and Back Again A caseot etowirerthe GuItItutU8afloatSheBerehaven where a salvage contrac tor got the vessel to float again ad decksjShe was then towed to Queenetown Whence she will proceed to Cork to discharge her cari Judge re you porsozally acquaint ed with the plaintiff in this case IWitnessI am your honor IJ dgeWhat cai you sal as to his reputation for verftclty Witness Well your honor ho was once a life Insurance agent and Judge That will do Case db misledI Vila Appreciation i done kotchect a cullud man tud It r night right smack in do act o run nkigott wld mark wife stated Broth er Tolly Iinkun NWell uhgood Lad sab lVhr didyodov t Ar J nleudod dp scamp good ad 4 iTSELF OUT OF Ill Piece of WprV i d t 1rt4ewr excaate41acrossing work near New York it ex tricated Itself by burrowing down further Lath It reached a sUllI subway and then trundled itself out on the rails The story is told in EngIneering News which calls it tale ol resourcefulness in operating aI was used readIa section work ofI which the Long Island railroad has had under way for the last threa years in East New York When this section of tho second cut had been finished the disposition of the shovelIpresented something of a Ibcould it be backed out by the way it hadentered because of the timbering In the rear The tour tubes of the tunnel had boen completed to a point where the second cut on this sec Uon began It was decided that theI simplest way of moving tire shovel to the surface was to have it dig Its ownI way down to ono of tho tubes the floor of which was 22 feet below the floor of the second cut andI then to run the shovel out to the pay talon the track laid Inside thetube The spoil handled by the shovel was lifted out of tho cut by a crane equipped with a bucket In order to keep the water distributed uniformly in the boiler and the fire burning properly the rear truck of the shovel wat removed and the shove perIcontractor states that the entire op eratlon was performed without any particular difficulty SOLDIERS DRILL AT GOLGOTHA Armed Aircraft Hover Over Id Bethlehem of Olives and the MountI fArmed airships and aeroplanes arft J continually Hying over the birthplace Bethlehom18rCOrding tary camp dl1YIand Jerusalem The English French and Russian convents have been turned into barracks and between Judea and Jericho where transportation was by mulo pack in the days when Christ came to bring peace on earth n road is being constructed for armored motor cars byIed with powder projectiles and other supplies for the Turkish nrmy along the favorite routes of pilgrims in Pal estine Fast dromedaries of tho camel corps maintain communication be tween the camps in Palestine and the Turkish headquarters It Is supposed that the concentration of the young recruits In the Holy Land is with a view to another attack upon Egypt Light In Modern War From what has been said it appears that tho new art of fighting with light is both offensive and defensive Light under uptodate military conditions is in a way a weapon of warJust as much as the rifle or the machine gun If once drawn into international con ftlct we are not to be beatorjT wo must Ipiarn how to use It Which In a word represents exactly tho problem that Uncle Sam Is now trying to solve Invisibility is the keynote of mod era warfare To win the fighting man mvt DOt be seen by his adversary Hence the development of nightfight ing Never In the history of war has the surprise attack cut so large a fig ure as in the present conflict Darkness for such purposes is the best help Advantage taken ot the cover of night for the advance of large bod les of troops for flank movements for the emplaclng ot artillery for the construction ot cover for the bringing up of munitions The Zeppelins art UUhtblrds Ttnemerrtt fmprpvetf Into tho homes of tho people usb and air have penetrated and they htivtr acquired legal claims The first censoi taken under the new tenement hous I law found 361005 dark and aides haJJIof ttem without any windows At all Tbrfe are still more than 60000 win doxiess rooms left in Of eat or New York but they are going When tho last of them iy gone wo shall be able to fight tuberculosis and win Th dark halls have been lighted Life in the tenements has been made measur ably endurable and safe Not In the ten years since the new law was passed has a human life been lost by fire In any of the hundred and odeSI thousand houses for lack of means ofI escape pr other faults in construction In the ten years preceding 1894 258 persons perished in tenement house Ores not counting the firemen wh died In efforts to save them Jacob B1U In Centurjr Magazine At the Boarding Mouse New Cook anItand weve nothing but dirty dishes Landlady Hey George get the gravy Cornell Widow A Wagoner SheI think that sonata is the mos moving music I over heard HeNo the rattle of a furniture p keats it all hallow Nlght7Iftra wage which night labor brings if she doesnt find It linjurious to her health if in a word sho prefers to work at night instead of during tho day why shouldnt she bo allowed to do so tho same as a rnan Certain kinds of work must be performed at night and no reorganization of Industry will make it different writes Fran poslUons4 able to women but new labor los filUnlrthesefactoryinvcstignUngr city protesting against any change In the labor law that would prevent them from doing night work Miss Joe Cof fin who has worked for 20 years in the printing department of a newspa per said thatshe liked night work and cquld not see the Jurtice of being compelled to work In tho daytime because come one else didnt Ilko to work it l I1f r ffmEN IJ Bi ton J Aftci balandng fal ental accounts recently brokers th ii houtthe ultr4 fashionable dlstrJctij sUm tcd that m fooreManhattan homes di ng the coming season by families 8 usually make their aboder in Euro et the New Yerk World stre Tha aggregate lrlu agnear 50000000 mbi tj of which will b taeMore than 2500 su families have rented apartments l private dwellI Ings during the pat few The have paid an average of 4000 yearly rental some paying as high ash25000 Their competition for lux nrious living quarters has forced normal prices to the highest levels on rec ord and old familita that have been in the habit of Tenting costly homesby the year or forlh5 social season have had to pay ta9 cy figures This was IHustnUtp recently when theIIttto senator from jlhode Island andI thfIftockofellors paid Ati the rate of 100 bdrathe northeast corner of Fifth aVenut and Forty lxth the winter season Mrs erse1f leases It under tram Vilallam Waldorf stroftffor rental- si being paid Todd lFacJ Abotit run Although a great number of pop priced furs masqucrade under name that no actual anlmdl claims as lit own there is no particular secrecy about It Ono of concerns foi instance to In form customers thtfur they art actually buying bear for ex ample is the best raccoon chinIhaired and deIlCIJte colored Austra opossum French ermine is the Iuanof the white hftra of France Bal 011northernWhite Tibet lamb tombed until the hair is straight Kamchatka fpx it ho fur of the northern timber wolf Mdnchurian fox Is no fur of a variety of half wlld dog froth Manchuria Bat tlo lynx is the large Belgian hare Fin AustraUanjkangarooj muskrat skins of s lp ted quality and inland seal is thklnj of selected French white hare Framing Cl Idrens Code The Missouri cl Idjrons code commission appointed Gbvernor Major has organized its rf of codifying all childrens laws In ho state and oi drafUng needed n laws to be Introduced in the loglsl jo of 1917 Most St the work will I4011b at the state anlverqlty throug yio departments of law sociology a political science The entire commit 21 members kas been divided OtOtof to handle various It of the com prchonslvo work modeled on the sent out by the federal ouUlnttCIIU Consider liblo help is from the data tho latter g on childrens laws throughout United States The expenses of th commission will be met by volut tary contributions Rhodes E Cave Jt 4 of tho St Louis Juvenile court is i rman and Prof unlIy1 wish my wife understood basebal so that sho could folk to me Intelli gently on the suljdcL I propose to keep after her unt jsbo learns I think you are Djtbe wrong tack Situ doosnt expec to understand mllllnoZ7Loulsr CourierJourr aaL 1fQU EGALIZING THE fSKICKH Lb Irtilnont Lawyer Has Made tho Ex prssitlon Proper fay His Uce of In Courtrooms Because Assoclc t Justice Oliver Vend ll Holmoaof Supremo court it tho United Sutbs used this ex ircstlon the d fondant kicked igaluat thlc a great ado has been made of slang re uiving recognition from high judicial authority Mr Justloo Holrat s the distinguished sol dier son of Oliver Wendell Holmes tmrecogized as a itt Fl st In the use of Iho English language and any oxpres Lion nranating tro4 hl5 will be ceptod In Boston tmvn as a I ard I aoJ Tho word kCck liip long been rs one of the oxprosslve and plctur rsquo foiirletUred yords of the Ian cuago All the itar dud dictionaries deftue it To gvo n blow with tbi rtOt It is frequen ly heard in ordl iary oxprtMlonsfr o kick up ones eels to kIn up tow or a fuss or c ruoi us k tio bucket An Inter ual combustion cncino kicks a gun cults recoil IcioXs so does the wheel or the rudder of a beat Shakespearn employs it in Hamlet That his heel may kick at heaved Tennyson In troduces it In Tho Princess nail no poet exercised grater precision In the selection of prd8Make all women kick againlst their lords George Eliot finds ijto for It in Silas Marntr1 It Godftoy klftkofl Literature overflows with the use of the word for gonora purposes But it was loft for Mr Associate Justice Holmes to establish it in the highest ourt of the Unitedatis The Argumei t Cioaea- Yho European waijvas tho subje of the conversatloi The two men were noatcd side bI aldo in chairs la oneot the downtovn onearm lunchrooms They had fou ht over several of tho battles and tad also proved their ability as dlpTc its by disposing of a number of the most important questions Involved ii he great struggle But even then hoy had been un able fully to settle tb o war Still they disagreed on some f the main facts Oh well nobod Is going to be licked one of the I inchroom diplo mats remarked wlttj t uch emphasis This expression 9 pinion had fal len also on the cafr f a third man crated near the two Ie turned quickly Yes but when Ic 0 war is over every country will b ttrolte he said And it Is much iforse to be brok I than to be licked gqc I am speaklnf from experience In the face of thfsjccpert tsUmott1- l t argument was closed f 1 4T I 1flt I fJk t ny tctjcre tfilra n Uiordcred Stomach lillY b Racponclblt Condition forI I suppose that there is no more ta eradicable idea in the mind of the doer than ihatlhe furred tongue Is es sentially an Indication of a deranged Btonfsch writes Sir James Goodhart consulting physician to Guys hospital London In the Lancet and It Is prob bly an attempt to kick against the pricks to say otherwise Yet accord g to Sir James It Is by no means ways so And he goes on to prove iit by cases In his own extensive prac ce- lOne of these was of a man In a very responsible position a leader of men to whom he had to give orders that ad to be obeyed and from whom he had to hear much grumbling a very hard worker and the fastest talker I have over struck full of energy and playing every ounce of It He was In health but suffered from a furred tongue and a bad tasteIn the mouth In his case those were not due to the stomach at all but to a disor dered state of nerve controL Nervous fears and nervous tastes desen81Ithat man Is kept sweet and COItral1and I ports become fevered tho mucous membrane dry the nerves Irritated nd taste is perverted The men so affected aro those who are nervous anxious hard workers taking their work home with them to think about and dream about in bed The Carbonari Tho Italian secret society which ttook an active part Injhe struggle for national unity and liberty and tho name of which meant the charcoal burners or colliers only became invlight degree known In 1815 The con stitution of the society remains In treat measure secret Soon after its institution it numbered from 24000 to 50000 adherents and Its rolls creased so rapidly that in March 1820 it was said that as many as 650000 new members were Initiated Little Is really known about the secret society iIt claimed greAt antiquity of origint but it probably originated during the llast French regime In Naples Its movement was directed against the NeaPolitan Bourboas and toward Its Isa irttdoia IMadame BansGene the nursing und mourning In tho city Paris still n relatedIer day us counsel for a woman charged with some not too grave mis demeanor She was only a washerwoman she was elderly and plain and the court was distinctly bored Gentlemen the lawyer exclaimedii suddenly addressing the bench gen tlemen you cannot find my client guilty And why notr asked the presid sharplyIshe washes for General Joffro and it la her glorious privilege at this mO- unt to be weeping Into one of his handkerchiefs The entire bench of magistrates thereupon gave strict attention to the case They pot only found the wash erwoman guilty as charged but added ten days to her sentence for stealing He era Joffres bandkerchletI tho Telephone IAt injunction Dont Jlp is seen in conspicuous placfes all over Now York city havln I been placed by tho telephone company In order that its patrons may learn that the way to get the best telephone service out of the system is tobe sane and gontlo with the apparatus Tier are people who do not know that II central does not respond jromptlj and properly the way to attract her tention Is to movo the receiver hookup and down slowly very slowly If such Is the hurried ones conduct s tiny electric lamp is flashed before the faco of the operator If the hook is jiggled rapidly there Is no lam lighted at all and tho operator goes about her work serenely Indifferent to tho perturbed state of tho person at the other end of the wire By seeing i woman at a telephone when she is in a hurry and at otbwV times tooone can easily gain an insight into her character The querulous crank woman flying to plow attire phone is frequently seen Sho jhould have Dont jiggle the hook framed over the telephone stand Hats at Peace Token Hero iis a beautiful hospital story recorded by Rev William Sellers In his new book With Our Fighting Men A colonels wife was making tho round of a military ward when sha noticed a wounded soldier toying with a German helmet Well she said to the soldier 1suppose that moans that you killed your man Well naw quietly responded the soldier You see it was like this Ha lay on the field pretty near me with an owfu bad wound and bleedln away somethin terrible I was loslu a lot of blood too fra my log but managed to crawl up to him and bound him up as well as I could and ho did the same for me Nawtbln of coors was said between us I knew no Ocr man and thp Ither man not o word 0English so when hed done not seek boo else tae thank him I Just smile 1 and by way of token handed him mii Olengarry and be smiled back and give mo his helmet Youths Cots panion sees Get bay on Train Returning from the Oregon hula after spending several days in tho mountains hunting Mr and Mrs Ed win Bender brought In addition ta considerable gamt a pasteboard box with a swarm of bbea they captured In the woods a Wllllamsport Pa dispatch to the Philadelphia Inquirer states On account of the cold tho bees werS easily handled but when they were taken into the steamheated passer gee coach of a Northern Central train at Trout Run they began to get busy and In a few minutes emerged tram numerous punctures that had been laade to give them sir- Inleastlmethanlttakeatoteflth e passengers had all fled to the non coach and the bees hold the fort for some time Finally the conductor put on a pair of gloves made a dash mtc Ute car and raisins the window tossed butaotttt DQft toy a fcstltotet 09 II w 4 FORTUNES MADE IN AUTO RACES DRIVERS OF RACING CARS CAN BECOM INDEPENDENT IN ONE SEASONI tabor Day Race at Cincinnati Speed way Will qffer Richest Rewards of tho fearIThat there are other methods off ispoculattDgfnprizes that are being offered In vari ous parts of the country for extraor dinary performances in auto races Sd far this season there have been several races staged in various parts of the cdnntry in which the winner has drawn down upward of 10000 as his share of the purse offered to say nothing of special awards made by manufacturers of various accessories whose appliances the winners have used IThe international sweepstakes race f which will mark the opening of tho new Cincinnati Motor Speedway at Sharonvillo on Labor Day Septem ber 4 offers greater Inducements for drivers than any race that has been staged in America this year The rae ular prizes offered for this even which will bo over a twomile course for a distance of 300 miles aggregate 30000 of WhiCh d000 or W pa- intc goes to the driver winning the race Other jjrlzes ranging from 6000 to 700 will be given driven finishing in the race with three spe cial awards of 500 each for the drl era leading at 100 200 and 250 mlle respectively Besides these awards there will be the Interest of all the drivers In the Bosch Trophy and championship prize money which now amounts to more than 15000 and ilis being added to with each race A number of special trophy cups donated by Cincinnati en thusiasts also will go to the winners making the Cincinnati racd pro most attractive for drivers and for the pub Uc that will be run this year AUTO RACES ELi GOOD ROADS WORK SPEEDWAYS RESPONSIBLE FOR BIG IMPROVEMENTS IN HIGHWAYS All 1reBeing nLabor Day As a stimulus to road building and Improving the motor speedway in various parts of the country seem i toI be playing a decidedly prominent vldenoe of this fact is found in the experience of the managers of the newI Cincinnati Speedway which is to eI Inaugurated with a SQOmlle 010j race under the auspices of tile A XA on Labor Day September 4 in eon nection with the big event As soon as work had progressed sufficiently far on the new twomile course to make it certain that tho Inaugural would take place as scheduled the County Commissioners of Hamilton County in which Cincinnati Is located immediately began a resurvey of the various roads leading to the Speedway ascertaining just what improvements were needed to place those highways in the best possible boring condition for the big evont When th9neces sary data had been soctjrod contracts were let for the Improvement and the work now Is being pushed as rapidly as possible In order that all Hamilton county roads leading to tho speedway will be in first class condition by September Advices received from various sec lions on tho Dixie Highway also bring assurances of activity in tho Improve mont Une duo to a desire on tho pan of hundreds of motorlstk in the South to tour along the Highway to Cincin nati for tho big race and for the Dixie Highway convention and exposition whloh will be hold in Cincinnati from September 1 to L WANTS DAMAGES FOR Bllta Employee of Minneapolis Library Brings Suit In a Case That EaItablishes a PreCedentL Bitten by a man he ejected from the branch public library at the Gate way Jack Smith employed at the branch demands damages from the city under the worklngmans com pensation act Jerome Jackman of the city legal department said Smiths claim was the most unusual that had come to his notice A drunken maria entered the li brary said Mr Jackman Mr Smith started to usher him out The fellow struggled and finally bit Mr Smiths right hand causing deep lacerations on the thumb and Index finger He has had the wound dressed four times by a physician and It seems slow to healMr Jackman gavo the opinion that Smith probably is entitled to com pensation for loss ot timo and for medical attention Minneapolis Joun QJlt Ingllh Grouse Season for grouse shooting Britain on the 12th day of August but predictions arc J that It will bo the poorest year for this sport that has boon kno TK century and tho chance of lIfftff 0 for tho birds will be gn tta IfIever because there are fcwe tug theIand In Scotland have boon lot and everywhere rents shloluc priviI leges are 60 per coot lower than year moreover elderly men and offl cars on leavo from the front will have the shooting practically to themselves for almost every sportsman of mill tary ago Is fighting for his country The demand for grouse in London is far below tho usual lev1as grouse Is regarded as more of a luxury than ever before It is said that tho bag will not be so largo as heretofore be INPleft for this work The grouse seem to fet la luck c 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