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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r STABLISMED r ANNO DOMINI1M3- i 1 f 1iflENEWSL13ADER NEW OL XXXII 23 7 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY t KENTUCKY AWJUlT 17 1916 1 t EMINENT FAIR DIRECTORS l1 MM S C ben and W J Gooch Are Arranging Features of i laleriit and Vital Importance Which Promise to J w Jfefce the Coming Far the Event 44 in the H tory of the State t a to to a Is r Dto lYV uz VY Mat S Cohen Upper OMINANT In the for and operation preparationI lucky State Pair officials the Commissioner of secreItarTand welfare of the great agricultural and Industrial celebration which serves as a clearinghouse for the years accomplishment throughout the State and both should possess gifts beyond the ordinary measure And it l atlargeyear with men who give promise of btog Ideally suited togulde the four teeth Annual Kentucky State Fair to lje held in Louisville September 1116 to a success which will be a revelation to the State at large 2Cohen s Standing MadIson Sandidge Cohen the newly elected Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics and more briefly known as Nat S is a newcomer to politics but his whirl wind victory in the November elee tions typifies the man Prior to his entry in tho political arena ho was a recognized authority as a horseman b and stock raiser lecturing at Ken tucKy State College Missouri State College and Kansas City State College arid writing and publishing volumes bearing on tho subject dear to the 4 heart of every Kentuckian and Impor tant jo the commercial welfare and worldwlde nrentlre of the State ss an 0 t State Fair for 3 Boys Pig Clubs in An I Many Counties to be to be Free to the Fair 1915 a boys pig club was JJN into Thir teen counties wore organize- under the ot their county agents and Gl9 boys became members Local shows were hold and the lvinning boy from each county ceivcd cCrco trip to tho Farmer Boys SixteenweroI eighteen pigs Were exhibited This was the first state pig club show inj Although the exhibit wa small tho Interest was eo great and the showing so good that tho has become one of the most and clubsboys Demonstration Work FllrmI From this small the jpg club has spread to 40 counties boysl a membership of l2GO boys In a year Bankers business men an farmers have cooperated to the ex tent ot placing over 500000 worth ofpure bred hogs In the hands of these state arent and county agents cooperated fu holding pigts Malting members and Instructing a thltm along the proper lines of animal k liusWndryi The 1916 pig club staitel May 15th Etch boy hold a gilt bet rcon two a foUf month of ace and most of the secured reg terell pigs Record boo sere furnished Iho boys ttpd pigs were weighed and ear tagged byj the county gent at tho th contest Loal t Shows First fj It is contemplated that a local sh- be held In uch of the counties organ It lied at which numerous prizes will be county1U1 Iuscrinttonsi j trust rr icJIdlr f 1 cud vvaa al en ip iis lIvjne Bli rolatives tIQ t f11h ied lu the lle ire4tlori tl a ni T ui 15 ciai laat to Bsakt a w lath The tit t bx kbott d be extra wide vvilhI Vn In R t u Pt acnu eu both alaes u i if theie H ai w Jwt 1 0 j 1 1 t i j J 4 i 1J1r d f W Ig ii 7 t J MMES No Greatest t better Cohen r estn yWonceIeunrivaledin stock raising and agriculture will stand him In good stead as host of KentuckyStatemanner brilliance of Intellect and personal magnetism will make him Ideal in that capacity of GoochUIRecord the public will JIdeals ofjIn his hands the reins of State Fair MrGoochlence and a nan trained by years of commercialI190S as Speaker of the Mouse presJd Ing over the dally Joint sessions of the Senate and House during the memorable deadlock in the Beckham Brad ley contest for tho U S Senate To his high honor be it said that he was elected unanimously and his record boostjpersonal knowledge of and friendship for led to his the latter to take charge of the great enterprise so important to the commonwealth and the people of the StateE may one bf the most brll llan successful and enjoyable Fair nA1gh1etnn ever vtvn In ttnht Kentucky Provides Elaborate Manner Represented Boys Given Trip Great i introduced Kentucky leadership Kentucky beneficial plgciubI beginning organizing beginning jV7 IgH idhly cripliu ttrGooch requesting anticipate Encampment given by the State Fair boydws a Best ho purpose 40fb25afNotgiven a free trip to the fair but ne gotiations are now under way whereby isthe best two pigs from each cojinty will be sent to the fair free Ahead one of the largest railroads in KenJ transportationtopigs in counties having pig clubs along its lines Free Entrance Fee Iilvalue of an exhibit from these boys and to that end have opened their doors wide allow ing each pig club exhibitor free en trance free pens and a distinct and separate department at the sam time giving them the privilege to exhibit in the breeders classes Over J15000 In prizes has been given by record associations business men and l oltol methodsthpure bred hogs have been taken into counties where they were not known community breeding has resulted in six or seven counties boys are becom ing Interested in the farm greater interest Is being centered on the swlno Industry of Kentucky and this codling September 11 to 16 1916 th t i greatest hog show in the history o the Kentucky State Fair is rcdlcte41 e9h8Um IreomIIW wai away a jd jbSJ haudl d the 1job It was a startling ford piecejwhich turned up at the The ribbon was extra wide and bore the inscription Rest ini theyhis room we shall meet in heaven 1 It will pay you to trade with dr 3ilKimballl t I t A Fortunate V Ruling- It was a Fortuna thing lorI the cause of law enforcement iin ineraLoganhave jarisdictiou in the first trial of persons charged with the violation of the local option law It was believed in some quarters that since the bin became oper ative making the second offensti for bbotleggmp a felony such tribunals as Police and Quarterly Courts would not have jurist diction to try even for the first offense because the sta utevdoes nc t allow them to pass 6n felony cases but hold examining trials only However Mr Logan rules that they have final jurisdictions in all cases charging the first offense and the second offense shall follow the usual order in being submitteJ to a jury in Circuit Court The wisdom of Mr Logan s ruling is evident Offenders agaiusb local option laws are the hardest class of oriminals to convict One reason is that there are a great manyjurorsofwets- a mvatbias and they are so anxious that prohibition shall oe failure that they are induced falsify their oaths and volt acquit when the facts clearly warrant a conviction The must important reason for speedy trialfor bootleggei the character of prosecuting They are usually of a type and pfttn turn up the blind titEr operator because some petty personal grievance md not from anp desire to make more effective the enforcemea- of the low Asa ruse they Br witnesses If it was necessary top wait until Circuit for a Nraud jury to indict and then perhaps for soothe term for a trial the prosecuting wituess would in many instances bo spirited awry by the accused and the trial go for naught The new bootlepgiagMaw i a is good one and hip Logans ruling obviates what threatened tube one of the principle dr a tjacka to its efficienc in dealing with to perplexing problem Ehzabettbto n News h Holy Rollers The sect of religious people calling themselves the Hot v have been holding al meeting tat Tullahoma Tenn end it is reported tbat they ban died live c pperhead quakes as child would play wit1ai pet kittr yen Oueof the members was bltLenby a snake twice once oni the cheek below the eoe arid grace en the neck just Behind the ear The place bitten did not even swell nor has she suffered any inconvenience from it sincE At one time white handling reptile it seixed a finger of ne same lady and fastened its Fab1 uponher tinge She held n er hand out belcre tbc audiance with the snake hanging by its fangs to Uer finger Straolfto say her baud neither swelled nor dicj it get sore It is aid i P reJt l a chicken hadies a worm A chicWu go s u worm iAi us mcuth ubrt all the other chi ke bs chseH tying to get the Worm people hold the naUo above their head IJcAviipg Green News f Farmers and Hodse t kefters Attention JWhen 1aave anything to sell you lgrt where Jou get prlciH and it should be tije Ibes when you buy To go re y Durj Dollar does Its dujtTy both in Quanity aud Quality will pay you to visit our Fe and Flour store 6atiefactf rotundtTelophone ii JI M Wilarnr Ct b p Poftt bffic 9 Sprhigneld K7 I CMSTOR1A7er Jfefiuuit aztti OUUis swii d YwKa roiAIIItlIiIPt =J f t Killing Hkat Wave IA IRports fromlIllinois that the hot wave is kill rig farm animals and from Nebraska that ubless rain falls within a week millions Iof dollar loss tq pJn crops will result indicate ttat Kentucky is riot get worsltfof itMay be sons lation iin that lIngqUltfefe I t an abudaut W tier supply an I will tand a continued drool vithou Buffer iing tor some tim tor wt ter for human beings or animals But taro in 1notWhere the ortiasI not flret be come large enptei to shade the ground the flelu i vill balle hard and injure the rowth unless they are plowed i ud wlierethe porn is too old t j low Ajujrhas not even shot there tis danger ofa shortage to the ears shooting during tjxceafeiveljj dry Veather Bu Icofn crop is tenacious of lif j and it is observable that when the most pessi mistic propheesi have been made all summ j there is a fair crop in the falli Farmers peed not Igive up ho because weZLre having some blistering days when the corn ipund is not islas good condition as it might be- Lo hold moistu t Struck B Lightning John D Iiii rone or the most popular and influential men bf our cot jjtry was struck by lightning 3 Ulerday morning said instantly killed krlyei bdOgoto the fields t sit any of his stock had beett injured bvtbe xstorm After beina e v hops his wife t efcome 01 7 assent a hired mIto look for him Be wasp found + the field ying upon his face kith life extent INo narks violence vere abot t the bod bat it was sup jpoked that be was struck by l lightning j Mr Miller was a native of J ortyfid to this county bout ten years ago Be own and lived upon the well known Kemmore Stock Farm and was ajn agriculturist and stock raker of splendid abiity He wad a faithful mem ber of the Baptist church and posessed a character abrve re proach He was upright and honorable and hi9 word was as good as his botjtlt He wStL1so a faithful busbind soils devote fattier and bid jlpss in his home Isirreprable Bardstown Stand ard To Tnjei Boys A Fly Camp gn has been star aed by the Won ajs Club Itproposes t uy flies at the pintceFiles to btu n calved measured and paid tor ej ci Friday at 4 p m at tli3 Libr r building be giving August 2 th This is a churn etor the small swatter to ge tj iin some good work tot the htjcUh or the town and which isoflciore importancej to him to makM some money IShot His on In Law jlMonday artf o In Tom Turner shot lids so Uii ulawt Marshall fTaylorinf iimi painful but not serious wound The shooting was on the tnt ny f Mr Surke Abell about four miles from Lebanon on 1 4 National cemetery and Ca arv road Both heare tenants en Mr Abells tar m and had beeO Lebanon thatl day Both i reported had been drinkinriaad according to sitthe tale told y Taylor Turns V 0 hipo with the oldrani WhenTu net house twi reached ho got burrl d drIs tones away o far for the shot to injure btBi seriously The shot scattered striking him over the back qf his body and legs Marlon Batcon lgBrowii Idwell Insurance agents and real estate dealers bpnugfield Ky Life ACcide Fider VICEPRESIDENT Marshall To Open Demo erotic Campaign at Win chester Sept 9 Arrangements are being made to make the opening of theDem ocratic Campaign at Winchester an occasion of great political im portance A monster Democrat ic rally hits been planed sad tl d Izens of Winchester and Clark county are making liberal dona tions ot cashand supplies to meet the expenses incurred Postitive annonncment that Vjce President Marshall will open Kentucky Democratic campaign at Winchester Suitor day September 9 was made Tuesday afternoon by Repre seutatlve A B Bouse chairman of the State Speakers Bureau Representative Thomas Heflin of Alabama also bas been obtained by Mr Rouse for the Wn Chester rally Mr Hefiin is one of the best campaign speaker in Gftngress and the toot tnat be is to tire the openiug gun in the present campaign is hailed with delight by the Democrats of this State of the Government build ling and Congressman Hefiin spoke in Bardstown at the laying of the corner stone those who heard him on that occasion have some Idea of what is now in stow for the people of Winches ter The Vice Presidents trip will be so arranged that be will be absent from tthe Senate only one day Mi Rouses success in obtaIn- Ing the Vice President tor the Kentucky opening followed un successfultefforts of Illinois and Wisconsin Denvcrats to bookI at sPeecheadMurphysboro Milwau kee Strong pressure 1wa brought to bear upon the Nation al Committee managers to have him apeak at those places early next month To obtain consent of the Nar tional Committee Mr Rouse was forced to agree to permit two Kentucky Congressmen to speak in Maine shortly after the cam paign opens there next week Although Senator James has been named as one of the prin ciple Democratic speakers i10I Main Mr Cummings insiftjled that the demands for Vice Pres ident Marshall were such that the National Committee could not yield jls servicd to Kentucky without additional help from in the Maine edMr Rouse agreed e from Kentucky engagements Representatives David H Kin chelae and Alben Wv Barkley who later agreed to go to Maine between August 15 and Soptem ber 1 Senator James duties Iin hietabsence until after September 1 and he scheduled by the Na tionall Committee to make not less than eve speeches before the close of the Main fight ep tember 6 1Commissloltters SaU Margaret C OBrylinPlffvs Equity Edgar Linton etc Dfts By virture of a Judgment and order of sale of the WashlngtonCircait Court rendered at the May term 1916 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST 28 1G19 at 200 o clock pom or there about oelng county court day to the highest bidder on a credit of 12 and 18 months the following described property to wit BEN EDWARDS FARM A tract of land containing 1031 acres situated abopt 2t miles from Spring field on the Walton Lick turn pike On this farm there is a good dwelling house barn and other outbuildings well fenced plenty of fine jvater good tobacco land a very good orchard a desirable small farm mostly in grass For the purchase price the pur exeyntsrbond with approved surety or sureties bearing legal interest from date of sale uhtil paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these termsIC F BOSLEY M C W C C On every pnrchas of SI or more cash at my store you will be Presented with 5 percent of purchase price with soya article out of stock ratAt C Kifflball f ns Club Notes Meeting ofWomans Club held at Library building August 10th at 8 p MeeLingcaled to order by the President 7 Reading by Mrs Humpbey The Mocking Bird Reading by Mrs J O Mc ElrotThe Sky Lark t TheEconomicJ Of Teaching Children to Know and Love Birds- Questions on Study Course Roll Call- Reports of Departments Treasurer reported nearly all dues paid up to date- Administration Committee reported having made the payment n Library building for the present year Civic Comqatttee reported bav iiig awarded prizes for the bet kept premises among the colcrd people The first prize of 3 being win by Lizzie Wakefidld whose place in so far as she could make it was reported to be a model of ueatnes The 2nd prize of 2 was given to Tom Ry whose place last year won 1st prize The Club was pleased with fee report of the inspectors and hopes that next year there wi ba still more improvement and tbat not only fete places will show special care but that they thatltheto Improve until they rival fife appearanceIf do its part we can be as proud of High Street as any street in town Finance Committee reported nice profit from the recent C P O order The Club was requested to get possibleIforthe member getting the largest order to receive a price of cut glais to be given by the Company Book Committees reported 4C9 readers for the library with a weraga of 449 books read each month Also that 100 new gooks have jpeen received from the StUte Library Commission to take the place of the 100 wbiclr have bee tenlmonLbs1 inCrUdingJdrY8r j are exchanged enc the necessity of funds to keep up xpenses A gift to the Library of 10 to tbe used in purchasing books yes made by a former resident of Springfield who is herefron Alabama on a short visit to fan ilyj and friends Such generosity witbdatBolic itotion unless the OIIl lf lM1 Uat its work is fully spprscuiisel The Libarian t f the Pea t weeic wa h surprised ini pleued to note that 45 of the readers are c children under 10 rears eLager Mrs Rees reported that tbs f l100the Club is raising for the Illiteracy Campaign bas been nearly all received v A full attendance of the mem t bers of Jtbe Club is requested for the next meeting as there is business of importance to beJ transacted The 3rd Thursday in SspI esi bar is tie date for the meeting Vie regular time riot being H viaable on account of the State Fair Youn Girl 1toOtI S t q Miss Ashby Isaacs the gixtex a year old daughter of Mr Alfred Isaacs a merchant ut Gravet 1 IK witch shot herself in the lft breuBtat the home other pareati Friday morning It id reported t that Mr Isaacs liad had a 4alk with his daughter obJect1ucto shllhadIsaacs secured f thlrtyeigbl revolver immediately afterward and shot Irerself Dr T I Campbell was called and hued that the ball hart entered the let breast and glancing on a bone had come out on tnS left sidi iatiicti ga palnfulljat not serious wound Marl Falcoil Dog Tax IiThe dogs ot the state have added 35 940 48 to the fund for the education of the children of Kentucky Last year the dogs thisatpurpose Pike count heads the dog tlX list paying Into the state treasury 240902 from this source Boyle county collected but 531 in dog taxesIMany of the best equities of thee slate are entirely without doge8g according to the records iIIi state auditors office Notable j Frankn t lin Bourbon Clark Bath Clay Fleming Fulton Giant Bar j rison Lincoln Madison Mason Montgomery Nicholas Uldhaot j Owen Robertson Rockcastle t Washn t ington and Webster C U UHI 1Crop Report jTbe generally drpandextnlia ly hot weather during the moral of July as shown by the crop reporters give the count tlon or growing crops as fairy ood and a chance to bp KrHtly benefited f yet by Rood rains In sufficient showers have falloff iifi localities and complaintj la aadle of heavy haAaud wind storms damaging crops The late cwa u WAR INTLUUODC SU h1ARtlJ6 MASSAG2tS tfRMAM Q3HSWRACICS I 111 US tlvteurnoM IN MEXICO IBAHDJT RAIDS ON THE BORDC R- NUER7A bEAb wrtN GRrvuv MONEY 114 HIS JrTSu s y4 EA ce ao tif we L aM1trai sstll- I kse ot tLe Oere p tsM xrM are rrt4rtd w hitdy oalti sdltlos tN atiat of eerie as rtfpctW M J i SitM Rse 87 per os at a sasws oatAttlNet lfc at 90 per ieatt LtilMtbC teyield Sa batesper acre oe a UMyMr Attlrie the what yield tbk js r Hat gins itH bIIMMIMI is qor y stances of kferiof q Htjr Th Hessiaanf eatajH i ifce wtaa irMll 1eatiitMs tg- ips as sltcaia detirtM esisil- L ii eMiW itwi 55k wl1ineki eterli ol 17 latidrtMila M I ten bushels The ac et3 a trlqr M gooo is given at 92 per ew orlLliMt i lev Mralb1o osat oc t iItlola it Q seat conaitioE ot be gfe see U 96 ar ate t T Grare es J ul- clover bels T emat M per 4lilrial tnasst t soresuKtvdla air o r eetrtr Th 9 srt of Wall catilawl 4 slGtiu r Ritwt Mtoft IItU l b ptpa awiiaiMt of ildailttYshows at8d per ipm Gardeu cdilkNMi aWw M W per oea wbil pt S gjven at fife saw Th eeitAkto vi live sMsif III Varrff9i aa4 W lithe rao dleeae ii be lgt eo vattftt iSom JMC cholira tic iataia 1e3itlea i laforirrlicorseh U erap i a ullarr sticofldltio a M M per IIii l 02 per ttwttt i R H le r oent i we All hire lM i4 eaW Mhjr SOSM ps l ajr a4o iila hseiqF w lM fill ja UM fret tt1d of 1 4ry oftI i p etal krtL Lh11att real hapjit M hip v psM4 lIt k Tpritef fISariks r took hi r ntR w riot Jobs and listed alrieiMl aod IOstititrts Not for a 4af ew UM river They west to MM Mikf Lfl htto i bejoiid CeJtWy awl hide pnmi 4ay ttetswlirtiittut be jm aicidad on a ant aU ItMK iolo AI Us1 beat a+ rtel r trea the TMI irvad not llTw lac wow a 1w4 poystl tries i d oat of AMeV biikboy graWNii Joe Ifcf fl ywNf Noe wa YMI9l MM UIIi5t Yd I =had tb ieh p Mrap tMM Ibrf Alariwi Fates Xe YaTt etiteiit rws Mb tlllea111SK Par pafsra A0- fJA isrnitMk serrN soaOt1prices rt Itf PlWSLfAI1ti f 4 IMtlHGFIBLDKY It tNtal leaVzzTIU11IDAY 1A MJ IN Editors and Publisher 1 iJUteridii at the Springfield Ky Poet l f Oftee ae second ClUB snail matter eb Vasce C McCormvb coal J main of the Bemocratte Nation1 CottaaUtee anooancfd follow ing R conference with Presiden WilsoB yterdsy that ihq Pres 1 Tdeot will notr making speaking ftOBrV but probably will accept invitations to speak fit vario s places Ho ivill bo formally no titled of his namiuatlon Septem burl at Long Branch N J t a The nof iflcation apeechwill be- marie by Senator James cf Ken f3 tocky ii Efforts on the part f Preai deut Wilton to bring about a settlement of differences be tween the railroads and their rYsttsployes have reached a ppintt r tbee a groundwork for further negotiations his been laid Hope r afar arbitration of all issues wan td during yesterday but the sit dI ladtiofll was brightened by th- x poMibility of a settlement being 1Ii reached by the railroads conced ing the principle of the eight y botr dayahd both sides tsettling collateral issues b bohie form o Begptiation as yet undetermined i President Wilson has deciinet a to make a speaking tour butt will accept invitations to visit xarions places Mr Wilson says h that A stumping tour is incom sI patible with the office of Preai dust So say we all r tt Senator Ollie M dames has J been selected to notify President vt Wilson of his nomination Ollie isihe boy that can ao it The filg Kentuckian is looming up bigj 98 Presidebtial probability 5d iB1920 oJ rM The Latest tRUSSIAN FRONT TheTiiei6na have lost Ta llontlzaja principal gateway t the Hwngerian plains and Pet 0 regard reports the Rut a an o Pensive jn this direction Is cut 4j ItinuinK Further to the noiktl i i the driving operations agate t e x lthe Austrians are being cuntinu edJ troops pourng acidss the v Zota Lipa at several points xf pierce lighting is In progress jadouftbe entire line south of J Brody ITALIAN FRONT The Italians vigorously are l preesing their advaica oil the rCario plateau and Rome reports the capture of several sections of trenches with 1600 prisoners t U Cffiqial dispatches from Ital ian tources say Gen Codorna i tt fwithin thirteen miles of Triest Mand that the Austrian fleet has J left the harbor WESTERN FRONT D The Germs admit the Brit ishha e obtained a foothold on- t the T1iiepvalPozieres front ann ireport the repulse of yioleui r Freucb and BrittUh attacks iu other sectors of the Somme r v V4 Saying The Roads if The greatest question iu Ken tuck lieii riot iin bnidiiig uew roadsbutini saving the old dues notirii spending minions in qou structiun but hundreds uf thousands in maintenance that tb tnaillloc put In new roads bhai teCbe wasted There is mo- rtj Seal prudence and economy if t 1 a tokng care of what yiu hat e j than m anything else thai c rJ l be dcce Ibis ejptith wit f4 J 1 75cOl E NJ oJ rt w r J TjFJi l I CAMP SCENES OF FItS KENTUCKY INF ANjwrf u The First Kentucky at regimental parade with its band and trumpet corps ofl forty pieces in the foreground The parade is watched each afternoon by hundreds of visitors 5 tom Covington Newport and Cincinnati Jt equal force to the roadsas djes toSoui business or fb yo itur fiiVin There is nothing more recklessly extravagant thin to build good roods and Then lei orethe lackart p dper repairs Ti editor o too Ncw urg d a main tfnaic clause in the original staid a dbill VVe have erg fit ever SIDCO It was turned down in the original law It was turned down by the powers that benjn tile last Legislature but it will not be turned down by the next Legislature T people have ak1Past hats their eyes opened to Ihi great nee Is of maintenance They sefe the common sense and economy of taking care of the roadas libe understand the importance oi taking care gtif their person possessions Already raanjgpod roads well built uiidor the stat Hid law are beginning to ahoy need of proper repcir The countiesi must look after t nuUer until l be next Legislature meets and tbecoiiujty which fails to do it simply wastes the p pies money in building goo whibUoMl and all roads should be tbor tfwinter You cannot afford eg ecta road any more thou an tY ciu aftrd nut tefeed y u live ttockE jjubttthtovn Newt TrespuJChlesuprnurcomment In Fall Greek Sheep o pany vs Walton on the effect of a statute relating to trospaaalag hogs The man who drew the amendment made swine an exception ip the la of Idaho troD all other kinds of tr passing animals So now when th clovenfooted quadruped of ancient toriety goes foraging beyond the protecting care of tho swineherd ho at onco loses his character as a domestic animal and becomes ferao natu roe subject to capture by anyone on whose premises he may at any ladlacreet moment find himself Of course the hdfe doesnt care much about his Char after he would ordinarily Just as be treated as a wild animal as to be treated as It he had been domes sated forcenturies ceDVallVarea maser or miuuns Last summer a man In an America sits read tteustatemont in a xaisslaa ary magazine that ten cents would buy palth1cnttorwhich thirty children from the str ate gathered each week for Swud school in India Whereupon he wrote to tho editor a letter in which Ha com plulncd that his pence of mind had bean greatly disturbed Just think he said what this will mean to mo tomorrow and the nut day ad for days to como I will start for Mass cool of soda water and find In tii bottom of the glass the faces of thin street children of India looking at mol In too letter however he Inoloaed two dollars with the prorate of more to be credited to tho mlstion ary society of his church tho par pose of tho gjtt being to restore his peace of mind for a couplo of waoks at least Y aj BEffAMCKflBlLELINEC 1 1 11SPRINCFIELD and LEBANONI 9 i rTRIP ROUND i Au wa have thecbntract for earrytu the mail you I can depend on usgting Rain or Shine We are u ped will new Maxwell and Lard cots and will jenfltavor Uj give ourpktron8 tuetbpst service possible Wka o have Carte to hire undjpdrtiea dusirluft 10 uke a trip ttad want a nice car- Hty4 Livery in Connection I Leare Bprlnf field Leave Lebanon t pp and X pm f IO3O am and 3 45 pm jjf IJtedMs Springfield 8 Lebanon 48 or 889 r t T D TAPP Proprietor IIThosr Shftder Manager I t SHOWERED GLASS ON BABIES Mother and Children at New York Deluged With Shattered Panes When Trains Crash While shuntlnj an empty train to Iethe center track for storage at Third avenue and Ono Hundred and Fifth street motorman who gave his name John Doe frrentyBlr of 348 Pow ooll1s avenue Bronx rammed another r ompty train ohftad of him The crash was heard =for many blocks and broken glass ihowored to tho street Someone turned In a fire alarm and an ambulance was also summoned from Harlem hospital onlietbe neok f Peter cfJiiof 416 East OnoHundred and Tirm t third street who was puenglx1ow the structure with her ofISlasaa fetth flllod tho baby carriage 11RIle ttiUd from the shock but wa- sfable tw 9 hemo Neither she nor thil hildtea received a woundNow York World WomanoOf ooarsa tnere are no homely girls in Ugh so this Item will nft intereat the or sex of tho steel city conhi8Belted are tie Now York girls ttttetrlcal irffeager offers the AI of a Ufetligr for the most notfoqe h 8 como to the front to prove Idsbe ia P8rcet bear It this frightful ellezsaysle of revorBo beauty is over round there lg awaiting her a big part styin a ooatlf production fame money and a theatrical future The author hKwho wrote this homely woman part hetoauuiped 4towould Indlmr swsn a person for the role rrBut he ft ed to rookon with the alarm lag lookers for they have passed tho trek to their sisters of still uglier facial construction In the meantime the thMtrlonl manager has reached carelwhether the ugly woman has ever had any tafl experience before He Iwill aoeopt for the part only one whom can prodHcea warty proboscis the knockkaees the straight hair the absent ohfnJrVio flapping ears tho spear Jbowsfctht ham hands and the oorIsnaChance f American Fruits Trade o cataks which are noted In tlts tart of ptuiada writes Consul Felix S S JlhnBdn Kingston lire thMo for peaks watermelons can taloupea paces and sweet potatoes whtoh could BA brought to Ontario from Marytanlf Delaware and New Jersey and seta pt a profit FruIt and vrgatablejs in ohe States aro ready for market threes or four weeks before those ot Ontario thereby providing ia splendid opining for the American article Sweet potatoes seconds re IItall on the local nnarZtet at seven cents per pound watermelons at two and onehalf cents pAq pound or five cents a ells and cantalippes at ton coats apiece It is wlh a view to otab lishing Araericanfrttitt In the markets iltof Ontario that the attiatlpn of fruit asrowerep called to thiftioaUor r SolencM ant Nature One great feature of tfintneteentb century Tom 1860 onwSrda was the extraordinary progress of eolonco and tho Interpretation of nature Everywhere was discovered that Leby keeping close to tho sphere of ro raUty by seeking to understand nature we wore able to maitg largo progrosb not only in knowledge but also In the practical conveniences and utilities of life It science won successes in the In tellootual sphere they wero rapidly adapted to the uses of mankind and the conquest over nato meant not only definite mental acquisition but a t comfortI utilitarian time was isle in moral and social It llfte ML FEOPLj IN SALONIK1 rcbably Justf avi the Meet Cosms- politan of t Great Cities of th World Salonlkl rise jgrayly from the muddy jado waJsl of the gulf spiked with a hundred olnarets and crowned with tho yello malls of Byzantium And of the Latin Ipgdom In her narrow twisting ffBete under the Bbashnlchara dt wooden Turkish houses the qui Turkish life flows on weakening y r by year before the mounting flood busy inquisitive Greeks Mosque itjtor mosque falls to ruin and every ir nth sees some minaret silent and olceless where the muezzin called prayers each sum set for centuries Yet In tho glo a of the roaring ba zaar where croi slegged Turks lel1I old amber and i awed emeralds and stuffs from Bokha a and Samarkand In little Turkish cafes opening on Wat squares high up in the silent Turkish town where incredibly aged plane trees make a green gloom you cue find the glamor and mystery of Orion tat life Along the sea front too fishing boats with great red sails aslant built like Greek galleys and painted with Phoenician symbols shoulder each other picturesquely at the quaL In the streets paSs the strangest mix lure of peoples that ever was brought together In tho world dancing der rishes in dull gray conical hats1 Greek poapanta wearing white ballet skirts embroidered Jackets and shoes turned up with pompons a the toesArab porters turbaned and barelegged straight from the Arabian Night- veiled ladles of the harem followed by nttendaiit eunuchs In fezes and frock Mats Albanians Serbians Bulgar- lass Roumcnlan3 and all the nonde script and picturesque riffraff of UM LevantsThe town is full of Greek soldiers of course and they all seem to have hen in America Again and again as walk along IJhe streets men stop I10U with a Hello Bill You Ameri emf What part you from Sure I been alt over the damned states work on farm IpOhio in the cod mines in Coloraf I got a brother there he runs q candy store In De a ceIgay cai John Peed in th Metropolitan Maw deatss Limit Llbatloni to Tnree There Is a limit The number of cocktails highballs Ones and other flavored and per med libations known to possess a slo sinuous undulating recoil action familiarly known as a kick that ma e consunfcd at one sitting Is Just tt jc j The threeround limit applies 1i1 w yen to a relatively small zone of operations but never theless a populalij me Tho rule has bee n promulgated by a leading hotel fq luidance of the fre quentors of the ju die room known as the lounge and h ch is most crowded during the aftornp n tea hours Sinco this room la de ned for the special omfort of vow nr and no mere man can purchase thing to It unless he Is escorting on qr more of the fair sex there is a h s scion that the rule bad the women view when designed San Fraaclec4ronicle TOO BUSY LEOISCoA M That more tth n sixty per cent of the reprceonlajj da in congress are sawyers ando y 15 per cent are Imainr s JIJJ bewailed by our sprightly contflu ipOrary the Wall Street Journal t Ihich would like to gee this state fairs reversed If the recent depr lion in trade were to be long OJ d this might be accomplished not otherwise Tho reason busine I nen are not in oor grew is that ttitjyjl dont want to be there they arc jfdot busy New York Herald ift t I Fourteenth Annual t II KENTUCKY State FAIR LOUISVILLE 1916e OSE4DailyQ SHOW Races I Clean and Classy tIsTournament Cnnd and Athletic Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Jrizes r Great Fraternal Gathering for Frida of Fate Week Free Auction Sale of PureBred Livestock Thursday aa4 I Fridayr fI I PremiuasISuite 604 Republic Bldg Lou viUe Kentucky a LETT 7 REPORT DECREASE OF CRIME British Prison Commissioners Have Made Report That 1Recently Read With Interest WillI The prison commissioners of Great Britain have just published their an nual report for the year ending March 1915 The decrease of persons who were received under sentence during the war year of 191415 Is another proof that employment is the great cure for dome The total number of persons convicted amounted to only 114283 Including debtors and those committed by courtsmartial a tlei- theIyear lowest numf bar of convictions on record greater part of this decrease is at tributed to circumstances connected with the war Enlistment has give employment to many of the habitual petty offenders the restricted hours for the sale of intoxicants bas un doubtedly decreased the amount of crime while the great demand for well paid labor has given employment after the outbreak ot manyI were issued whereby prisoners who had pro viously served In the army were al lowed remission of sentence on recom- mendationI of the military authorities with a view to rejoining their com panics There have been over 340 inmates released for this purpose The report also states that drunken ness among women has decreased 7 percent Our Schooling Inexpensive Twentytwo million persons were en intherequired 700000 teachers of whom 6660QQ were in public schools to guide them in the pads of learning About 34 apiece was what It cost a give them a year of schooling Com pared with some of our other expenses as a nation public schools seem to be a decidedly Inexpensive hobby They cost less than onehalf of the nations expenditure for alcoholic liquors and their expense is 300000000 less that that of running the federal govern ment Even for admission to tho mov lea we spend a third of what the schools require Measured In terms of products ot the soil tha United States spent a little more for education than the value of its wheat crop and less than half the value of the annual Harvest of corn What tho ultimate value of the educational harvest will be It another gdestloaNew York Indo pendent Coin Shower Deluges Workmen Workmen employed oc tho ditch ot setoffstump and then the air age filled with dollars and half dollars The blast uncovered a money cache that bad apparently been buried there since the early sixties Most of the olhs were of the mintage of tho fifties and when wildsscramble for It The cache contained about 500 according to some others 2600Someamong the United States coins How the money came to be beneath the tump or why or when Is a mystery Ashland Ore Dispatch tp Los An tales Times WantedA aoutnerner He was a goodlooking young negro wHose clothes gave no Indication that ho was out of a job He entered the Enquirer office at the moment the stag was taking the rolax anon which follows the consignment of the last edition to the press Said the young negro Kin 70 gommen tell mo whether tbas s suthen gemmon anywah round beah Whats the matter with a northen gammon Inquired the staff kidder Boss answered the young negro Ah jus got in fum Goorgy Aa hungry F Ah kin fin a gemman fum down Souf hell help me out Maybe thats a now oho Possibly its a late and neat way to make f ralso But if tho young negro was oc the level and ho looked it tho South received its handsomest rompllmcnt in these parts In many a day Buffalo Enquirer t Another Peach of a Peach Story Brown Bartholomew and Johnso counties all combined make this story AIr and Mrs Ellshn Davis live on a farm in tho corner made by tho three j t county lines They have a peach tree on their place that has been acting an unusual manner and Mrs who visited Columbus Ind InI brought along some proof She one twig from the tree on which then were 16 peaches the combined weight of which was seven pounds There was not another peach on the tree but the one twig did nobly Just a little distance from this tree thorfflson other that is sending forth its second crop of peaches and nearly all of the limbs now are full the peaches being about the size of guinea eggs On the Davis farm there also Js a second crop of blackberries growing Indianalo lls News EconomyWhen to the subject of economy this little inci CongrossniaztChtrlea Jenkins was sitting In front of th firehouse In a suburban town whet a followcommutcr came along and so reeled a dissertation on the high cost of living Speaking of the high cost ot liv tog responded Jenkins everything 1s economy down our way now My wife Is practicing it to beat the band You dont moan It If exclaimed the other In what way Is she econo mixing She Is economizing on my shirts was the rejoinder of Jenkins She is buying me three for a dollar so that she can get a 16 hatPhUadelphia TelegraphW TIME viNOI I never waste time contradicting my wife said Mr Meekton Are you always sure she iit right I wont say that But I am al ways sure she can convince me that hu is DOMESTIC DIPLOMACY Why doyou inmat on having the servant call you at seven oclock ery morning You never get up at that hour No But I want to make sure JJtt Mrrgt iiawtlw 4w 1jm1 4 r ii I To0 AuOmoieOwners the Carbon removed from your motor xygen Process the process that does not IIHave the motor taken down and the newt 1 system for removing carton 1 1 into Repairing of all Kindsrd 1 Auto accessories i Oiland Gasoline Agent for tke Rel Wit I I1timesI t Springfield Garagei 111tf F W BAUMBAUER Prop I Main 51 FREE AIR DRIVE INc SprmffaeU Ky I HAp n TO CONTROL NERVESI Even the Bravest Men Known to Exhibit Fear Beore Be ing InUred to Battle Men In the trenches now quite used to the war game have been described as feeling Jumpythe sort of af diction hat used to be called mau serttisV Here is a state of mind notInecessarily blameworthy nor even experi1Iwas sent to the hospital suffering from heart paralysis Being immature a mero youth his heart in fact his whole body was undeveloped a man In spirit but not yet in body Being so conspicuous a figure It was up to him to display the aupremest courage and of course he made good All the same there was a profound shock to his physical organism and something had to evidence that shock His soul was strong and brave but his physi cal being with Its subconscious will to live was afraid and no shame to it or to its princely ownerIWhy should men fear on the battlefield why not frank ly call it that and not nerves or some like foolishness The ties all In going ahead courageI fear Tho subllmQSt courage two In the morning sort on physical condition is at its bb And the wonder is lowestI kind of courage is now being nlflcentlr and so lavishly displayed along the battlefronts where allI of the fighting is done at night All soldiers are likely to be afraid until they get used to warfare This has been true of many famous commander Augustus who won fame at Actlum Turenne Napoleon NeyUA coward Is he declared the bravest of tho brave Whc coasts he n ver was afraid Demosthenes talked fight aplenty but he ran away from his first engagement as did also Cicero Scientific American WARCRIES USED BY THE JEW They Are Many and In All Tongues aut Another One Is Sold to Bo Coming The Jew has as many warcries as there are tongues in Europe for he fights with them all and then he has his own warcry that eternal tearful cry of his that Inthcao days is rending tho heavens over Russian and Galician Polanda ER Llpsott writes la the still there la another and a newer cry coming the warcry of the neutral Jew To arms td arms 0 Is rael has arisen the sudden thunaer Ing cry throughout the length and breadth of the New York Ghetto and all tho other Ghettos In the cities of America larcerI W e know of course what arms of tho Ghetto Jew they are tongue and pen By means of these it is intended to raise the Jew tram tho depths of his ashes and make him a live nation again A congress of American Jews is to bo called and ItIto to demand at tho conclusion of the war or before It the return ofPales tine to its ancient owners For the Jews are a nation and they must have a land and Palestine is theirs That la to in brief that while JewIIonone anothers throats in vindication ouch of a different nationality the Jews far away from tho bursting shells and glittering bayonets era calling out tc them No you aro all In tho Wrong For you are all one It is n et for us to determine whether the Jews are a nation Itis not for one man to tell another ke should be One Is What one whatI If tho Jews fool themselves a that tsI sufficient noUoojj etna and Germany uod j 1themany has for home years been collect ing and storing the metal for war uses t The great majority of thy drlnklns mugs cans and cups of tho Gonna soldier are made of the light metal Tho frames for Zeppelins and the fuses for shells are made from mlnum alvoI One of the difficulties the Ocr mans have had to face la the shortage of copper necessary for the rings around shoos Many of the Ggrmin- shells are now provided with alumln um ringsIAlthough aluminum does make aJ substitute even In cartridges as weU as shells and fuses it Is not so COM- as copper The French authorities experimented with it some years ago for artillery purposes but rejected it Tho Germans are me It U suck largo quantities because theyrf forced to 1o so qn account of the rtajl of eapnfl n Can You Afford Any but a TSan Kerosene Engine AT present average prices for kero net dgasoline Titan kerosene engines fvc perhourr Figure it this way On an 8horss engine the stv ing is 88c an hour SSe in a Iohour da Islyii ioo days of work Say that is all your enginerd s iai a year It would cost you 88 more than you teed to NX tterun art S horse gasoline engine one year That is menu than a third of the price of the engine Cats you sWd ta throw away 88 a year Can you afford even to think e4 buying gasoline ntinewhcn you can get a TiUMi tfeftt tHct J Lat mationalHarrelter C tiAricrk j 1- Titan kereee Ve In wit I t McClure Simms tlrl lot s Irz e LA at Imyen tiling stock to that farm work mrmot lb djfajtd yamtoI yam kee firstyoprI yourfanaday r AddressaFarmers Line Department GmfBERLAND TELEPHONE 6 TELEGRAPH GOMPAJpT IMSMMM BOX 219 LOUISVILLE uv Come once 1 ti iiaW wiw w jv r t SPRINGFIEDI DRY CLEANiNG OII It 3 11It3Suits Ernskedad Prue 35c IKid Gores Cleaned 15c I1 Stew Hats Clfcaned and jjifMNM f We dry cleantwice a week TuiiUiy W FrUty tLEVI NICHOLS Proms II f Phone 154 Mext Deer to Clerks affic TM l1TitTMTT1 1STTT M1 1T TTNT r i Ti I d Br R J HAMILTON kJNGXELD KY 1 1i O Me iMain Crow StreetPhone- 730to830AMt f 7 100 to 3oo p ij i DR JC iIIUDJJ Hjifciu tit Snrgeon I jmM 5 S 5 5 Si- OysEtayIonsDrug Storey r blt MW HYAtT fiJ cover Springfield State B Bk Office hours 1080 iat m ltio12ii4to5pmt W F GR1GBY- tl fI jTQRNEAFLAWOHIo cfer People1 ilftnk M BPBINOFIEfiu KV ji 2t DicYlF TRIJSrY jH DENTISTQKlcc over Haydon Barber 1PitI workat reasonable prices 11 work guaranteed n DORSET DORSEY rI LAWYERS PsiintId Loutsville 1i10 years experience a Louis viii bar Special attention to collections arid adjustmentsg 5PECIAL TO WOMEN Tk most economical cleansing nod fcrznloldal of all antiaeptlca id I A we Aatiepdc Powder to W JinilTBti m water as needed- As medicinal antiSePtic for douche la treating catarrh Inflammation o ulceratlon of noso throat and tha caused by emlnlno Ills It has no equal For tet years tho LydIa E Plnkhap Medicine Co baa recommended Paxtjm 4La their private uorresnondenco witt f w mon which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say I It to worth Its weight In gold At trmlsts 50c large 2x or bymalL 4 3fe Paxtorx Toilet eo Boston Maes s TREES ftC badeand Prait Trees Straw i bBrry Plants Gripe Vins1 Shrubs Asparagus Rbubarb Hedging etc Everything lo O hard Lawn and Gardenr i KfAieRts free Catalog H F Hilleninejer 8 Son- 18U Lexington Ky 191t T MD STOMACH TROUBLE e Yields to Delicious Vinol ShrevepOrt Lat had a bad stem achT trouble for years and became to weak I prk anyMywnsverywHktKM without help I saw Vinol adver tiled and tried it and now my stomach trouble is completely cured and I am MARSHALLVinolc tone up the tired overtaxed and weakened nerves of the Btom ch nd create strength FEAR INSPIRED BY BALLOON JHere Than a Cenury Ago Great Brt aIIDfddVIt of Warship i I ef the Air rOne hundred and thirtyone yean sgo the balloon a French inventioi fof that time nave anunploosllnt fed Jing of insecurIty to England whicr however has had to wait for aclu overhead invasion until the Zoppdm- rfihe airmonster of today appeared The fear was even then entprUinet b Jthat this iVench invention might btl used by the natural enemies of tblj 44 rtj Britishrace A British caricature It mentioned in Chambers Book oi Days fa having been published ii 1784 entitled Montgolfiar in th Clouds Consfiiicting AirBalloon for the Grand Honarque Th 7 grand jonarque was then notfo1 XIV but Louis XVL In this this JVench inventor is represented blowing soap bubbles and saying Oh by Gar diabe de grand inven tion Dis will immortalize my king 1T country myself We will declare the war against our enemies W will make flea English wake by Oar 1 e We will inspect their camp we will 4 intercept their fleet we will sot fm rio their dockyards and by Gar will take Gibraltar in de airballoon Enghhrlmake them all colonio to ds nuid Kqnarane May Animals Kltlea Ubtf MarI of predatory anlmau tfef destroyed last year by federal 1 1t fereet fleerf la the national forest 9fere leeyotM were slaughtered than I CR7 iberaa1a1 nearly 3200 beinik- t1Se4 were Second InHJi aty kj of these 53S pieeUna TieMt sude Then came bears the 4ee Net betec 240 Other animals JdlM fat eonetderable numbero were frolYM lynxes and mountain lions 00Ter 40000 acres In the Cocoolno for et wer cleared of prmlri dg Sfl 22t tI wa Ji 11 w wUows I TOWN IC w iHroViiinWrinnro fWft Local Happen ns f litters i The Freshest and Latestii s AHAbout Yourself Friends 1 f1i and quaJntanceaI ttnnn nntta taI ftnnftftAftftnftftnnftftnnn1 tJt will pay you to trade with A 0 Kimball A ODe new wind shield for 1916 jord for Sale chealso one SeVndw fenders CAMPBELL B O On every purchase of tor riforo cash at myStore you will be presented with 5 percent of purchase price with Koirie article out of stock A arEimball FOR SALE Good 12aore farm one mile from Springfield wdll improved halving on it a good house good barn wqvI1s and spleudid or hard Inquire at tJisoffice Colorado Grants Dog p Pony show gltvean exhibition here Monday night Th valso exffibUed at Mxclfville and Fred HoUstawn They give a goo lshow on a smaUplan tfhe Nelson County Fair will be hokat Bardstown this year August 29 8031 and Sept 1st They have 1 lathe premium list und prospoots are good fora tine fair The Obristian church m It complethohorch which was a much needed improvement will ndd materially 10 the room in the building The BethldheiF church is un dergoing repairs the exterior is oeing improved aud extensive improvements are being made in the interior The entire walls nd woodwork will be painted and other improvements needed Strayed from mv home several eelts ago a large black tow with some white spots me teling me where to find AlIYI will bo WPllPRlqi j WIfooresville Lost or straved One black Jl10nthijId G Prather Willisburg R 1 In The Courts s TTpm Keough was brought be foreJudgo Nor last Monddy on charge of breach of the peace alleged to have ben committed by striking one Louis Lusco and giving him a black eye According to witnesses Tom then pro deeded to terrify the remainder of the negroes who stoodnear lefying them to reporthim Hf aas given a 25 fine in default f payment of which he was sei 0 iiWillie Herr was brought be tore Judge Yankev on a chajge if breach of the peace alegeul to have been oomtriitted by being fitDIt1esItionoddquor hetett0edthat he bought same from onij Julius Smith colored by leaving money in ai box car by lila direction and afterwards going tt eru andget ting the whiskey lhero was some contTct as to L TOPICS II fto M just how many cars wsre on the I track and the defendant denied ever seeing the witness TilE jury rendered a verdict of nott guilty I IT D Tapp Springfield has for sale oue duroc sow and 7 shots also a good milk cow t and calft Texas Road To Receive Aid Tne matter ofrStele aid for the Texas Road has been In sus pens for several months and roadIfear tba State aid would not be given them this year Citizens had subscribed tier work on this road the sum of 1066 23 The county appropriated 2000 and we will tuus get from the State 7383 18 making the county get S3 66 2 3 for every dollar appro priated and the citizens u201 for each dollar subscribed This made quite an attractive proposition and tbere was considerable anxiety to know that the matter would pBssth State Road de partment Mr Lewis T Hauey the division engineer for this dis tries by his good business man ageioont of the roads in his dis trict ustil his best efforts to as Sist the local officials in getting the mutter in proper shape and on his trip here Tuesday gave the glad information that thet road would be worked when the plans had been approved The plans will be in the Commission 4 ers hands this wek and it is hoptd to be ready to begin work on toe road about September 1st Th woilon the WMHsburg rsadis progressing well And Mr Hjiey was well pleased with the character of work The new coucret bridge over ihp branch oET D Tapp isnow completed ard is teing used by the public Tuis bridge was erected jointly by the county and State under State Supervision Campbell Mr yvftltam T Campbell died at his home in Texas Fast Friday of a complication of diseases lm was born tout Washington count 72yeas ago being a son of the late George T Campbell who was one of the prominent men of the county in its earlier days Early in life Mr Camp ball was united in marriage to Miss Mary Francis Isham to whichjunfon the following child ren were born Mr George Campbell of Marion county Mr John Campbell of Cincinnati Mr James Campbell who died sever alcarsngQ1lrs John Lay and Mrs Steve Wilson of Loulsuille After the death of his first wife he was married to Miss Matilda Crogor to which union tbre children were born Dr Charles Campbell of Grave Switch and Missus Znla and Willie Campbell He was a farmer and one of the countys best citizens being progressive in spirit aud ever ready to wrk for the general betterment his community and county Funeral sri vices were conduct ed at Texas by Rev Adkins and buialwnsiii the Campbell C3m etery l pPUBLIC 8LE l 1 OF GOOD HOUSE AND LOT J i As Bxeautor of tie will of Mary Corcoran deceased I will It OOn Saturday September 2 j i CATZOO OCLOCK PM SslMo the hihe t and biddor propertyTheAlary Corcora1 located in Spring fieldKY on the North side of West llighStreet near the church bounded by the proper 4fMisa Fanny Wall J L Catholici i and Mrs Channle Cooper This dwelling has six BlImmer kitchen is two goodcisternIbt on which it i located contains over one acre of ground suitable for grass lot gar fden or good building sites Pretertyt is in good repair and In fine 4tier t neighborhood iTICRMSThei iidaj JOSEPRPOLIN Ezecutor on iExecutor of tiwill of Mary EXorcoran 11Capt T Wm Simms Auctioneer i4 t x4 l rrT w fr i i liI flNOTICE Having silHTnfy Jttm n ihe JirofB1DLake I COI it is vera nicessary mat thi business plosed andII to do so we we compelled to ollectaU accounts duq calltt and settle at bjice at the office of B D Lake CuM or patronIrI 1FMCUSTIS JJ Ii iiPERSC- in Mr and Mrsjj R Neale tliSVilteMri the Misses Rodman Thurman Mary and Margar4 Noe garet Robertson M ibel Wi MarI and Messrs Evan H gan Robertson and R ly Thurman spent several dayat Tatham Springs last week J Messrs J R and Frank Mont gomery and Pat Tobin have re turned from Tainan MrsF B Noe has returned home after an extended j1s1ttQ relatives in Western Kentucky Mr and Mrs J A Boulware spent the week endin Emenence Mr L 0 McCartjr is visiting his parents in Henry Couuty Mr Charles FuRdzzl and wife Mrs F O Baumliiiuer Misses Mary Gleason H ipapd Mary Rudd spent last Tathatn w9atfMiss Fannie Whale l Of LouI iaville isthe guest f Mr and Mrs F W Baumbuer Mr John F jan haT re turned to big home at Oklahoma jeo 22d for two to 5 an of and g now you will find cut City after relatives here The the gave the home et Mr and Mrs WD McElroy Tuesday evenlng Messrs JotinA Polin Walter Clements and George MVUey friends at Marys Tuesday evening Effie liost joined last Saturday trip to Niagara Mils Toranto and Cievand Mr Robert and wife who have beep visiting at the home Yankey have returned to heir home in Kansas City Miss is visiting friendg fhere Mrs Fannie Miss Ellen Wathen morning to the milliiiery opening icinnati and Mrs Nannie is spend ing several days Mrs E B ai Edith Mor gan visiting at the home Jle Yan key Mrs Jot Smith is visiting friends liere Miss mle Wharton will leave Friday visit to Mr and Mrs ScO T Mayes in Miss Glet lin has return from Tatham Springs Mrs G D RO teon tSr Mrs Allin Robertso Mrs Frank Miss and Will Wended The n Bicker on has returned IMrs home in Louisville after to the fa nijv Dr E L McIntire Mrs Robert is visiiing her parents in Louisville this week Mr W wn6 ha been ill for some time is new able to at work again Mr aud Mrs Earl Baker of Columbus Ohio viaitiug tils parents Mr and Mrs A V View =Since our wo have had two very heavy rains lots of damage to crops land and destroyed lots sence Miss Julia Parks of Danville is Visiting her Mrs F M Carney Mr and Mrs Grigsby were in Thursday Howard is on the sick list William Carney was in Springfield Saturday on business Mr Hardin of Fairfield visited bis sister Mrs F D Cbbatham Saturday and Sunday 00OOOO XJoooOooooooooO Ooooo cic Q 0- ii BOTCLI 0 Q Q- QI 0 g Weiyill close our Store Tuesday 6 0 Q Morning Liigust days p take ventory stock from p until inen Prices ggon our entire tockof goods 0 I RotarfcpnClayteooker CoI g j Incorporated fo- JL OOOO X5 OO O0G0GOG0O0 K rOO Presbyterian watermelon Junior a VJ9f1VJ9f1to of a r St IMiss a party Louisville fur a uffalq AJcptgomery of JJ1dgJ 9 Sallie Pop of Louisville Blahfordand leffrjtbis attend in Louisville Ui IndianapoliliIII SLbba i h Smith in ilardatoW Misses Mary of Harrodsbijj j are of J S f Looisville Mary Si r a t Louisville Mary ed i Peters LiHaydon Robertson i Lexington r w k of Riney S Cadwelf be are B Baker Fair lastwrlting doing of sister I James Springfiejd IMrs Lewis IMr Estih 4 and attended the meeting at Mt Zion Mr and Mrs Georke Kirsch were hostess Sunday at diuuc those present were wr and Mrs Richard Bodine Mr and Mrs Luther Kirsch of Polin Rev Adams and wife of Chaplin and Rev Eversole Mr James Grigsby was in Nelson Monday Automobile Bargain f If taken at once Qne 5passen ger Overland car in firstclass condition 350 Inquire at this office Commissioners Sale E A Grundy etc PUTs vs Equity Dan Grundy etc Dcfts By virture ot Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1916 in the above styled cause I shall pioceed to otter for sale at the Curt Bouse door in Springfield KyvMONDAY AUCUST 28 1916 at 100 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder upon a crekit of 6 and 12 months the frllowlng described prop ertv ijrit A certain house aud lot on High Street in Springfield Washington Co Ly the ptup arty of the heirs of Anthony Grundy deceased For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY 1L c W C C We have clubbing rates vith all leading Farm papers and oau furnish same at reasonable prices it will pay you to trad j wth IA 2 Kimball RME ALBE1NHy 4the joy smoke in goodness and iiii pipe satisfaction Iis all we or its enthusi astic friends ever claimed for it I II PATCftTC It answers every sipoke desire you or any other man had It is so cool and fragrant and to your that you will get with it in mighty short time j Will you invest 5c lOc to prove so on the joy smoke R J CO Wintton Salera Ne CARING FOR THE Pvatrlo o Work Undertaken by German Women That Is ol Real Serv ice to the Fatherland A correspondent of the Corfipanob In Germany writes of a touching thing that the lonely women of the nation have done women who have no eons no husband no brother no father in the war who are perhaps too old or too feeble to nurse or to be otherwise ACUVe No ono knows wherethe idea started but some women of that sort jade Inquiries of the regiments re garding soldiers wbd bad no fathei or mother they bogged to be put In communication with those soldiers The names of soldiers wore sent to those women this strange name and that the names of men whom they jld u2Low aJ1dbII4DfnQtJ tSch woman ends oae or two tel diurs to be her especial rare The childless mothers tent gifts andt sewed and knit for the motherless sol dlers Now and than cam in a grateful post card from from the adopted ron 0nco returniono of the cards i1any thanks dear frfand for tho package warm Imagine my surprise The mall aJIdyed I expected MOthiag but I was ge1tt t 1myboy fell a comrade brought the iwvs and a gentle lonely soul wept for him rhom she bad never known Ho had been the moans of forming a strong Uo that bod In Imagination a wom ans silent life with the mighty faW of her ountry She who had nevcf been a mother had become a volur tleer mother1 Youths Companion TOOK SPLINTER FROM HEART extraordinary Operation That French Surgeon Are Reported to Have Successfully Carried put L- An i operation unique in the annals of surgery the extraction of a frag ment of hasdgrinade from tho hnart waS described recently at the Paris Academy of MetHcino by Professor AnnalngHUd of Bordeaux Tho patient a young Parislaa ear Ccnnt ot rather delicate cousfttutkm who was preMHt at the session was wounded at St Hubert in the Ar conne on Ortobor A splinter one half inch jquara sad oneeighth thiolT lodged in the heart wliit toebI remained four arid a half moniha February 17 Dr Mnnrlce chief of the ambulance j Jacqups Dulttd Nwjnijr undertook to extract 1L On e the heart was laid open the itffltaltle began i he fragment Was Tory awkward to catch and slipped from tho forceps several Umea before It could be extracted but the heart continued to boat all the time though complications woro feared everything went well nnd the sor gcant could bo considered curod a month after Members of the aoad amy wore nbloto see for themselves tjint tho heart was now acting nor tflilly and that n cure had been sa rtnlfchcd beyond all ftoribt mg mrusn Ot ccasu aiong vie northorn and oaatarn coasts during tho latter pert ot JUne caused a salt famine In the Ancient Colony The salt used by the Newfoundland flshor folk for curing their catch Is obtained from Trapant in Sicily and CaUlt In Spain Practically all tho rait In the Island has been absorbed and it Is claimed that ibout 1SOOO tons moro could bo adrantacebuely uab4 It It wero avallaWo At least this quantity and probably moreJ 1has been crderod and ehopld arrlvoMurlng the next nonth but much of It will come to hand too late to be any real sorT Ice This shortage of salt Is likely to affect thd banking heat also wbltfi Lisa had exceptional good fortune In Its earlier voyages this year The average price of cod paid last year vnd tho year before both In New foundland Nova Scotia was about 650 por quintal with foreign markets as they are present It lit toped ttfet at leaat another twenty fivo conts per quintal may bo ob- ttamed Tho fart that fish of lain arc to plcntfM Is fntirtng indcstry ad alw ctlnLUlatlhs caralrr operators is- =fan wMio the chore P hfcy mum ox 7 Prince Albert gzy i smokers stofti Jtita flay t ide1igMfMood it cant bite your liaMjaajfI Isitcaat parch y iiirt caffi as hsds ye i t217r t COMeJiclc INt 7fNIlI iI C 1 pinr sI OnII the reverse aide of my p Ajbertpaageyouwj rmd J s I PflOCCM tJULY3OTHIeaY That means ttyyo a lot of i sold WI eorJIIthI prefer to give quality I national tTbcrLL hid a cbt ry Jwfy4o Up no utter how much ot Mranler you In the Ited ofA wodd you drop into for Princo Alberta rihthratth5rtpZc you p t that sIJ tobtcfot TK toppy red b tdyedtinfozotmj pourjd and hufpoand tin hunudorm and the pound cryttflel humidor with topLkeep to btcco in tiie- hbnjat AIIthibM ever I appealing smokeappetite chummy i a I or oufrbuifcsay national REYNOLDS TOBACCO UNKNOWI of Uoa8AGtj of and but at psC TI1MIil4spdthsPMc INtt J PMd s4tiyoe rsIss Pk Ay7ew = = = = sb1i i I PUBLIC SALt rII II Sjfie1djIyri11on Saturday Sspr- 2ionrlIC r I 1 i 7 I J eetit ittIISituated on Lebanon i and allmodem mprtfteamfts i I also Vjr I WiIIIww be II 1most1 Ii i L T BROWN Ics L Ii t irot a tet t 1t COMBINATION II Quart House Safcon Old Willow prings Wfildoy = c Spring 1908 sight summers JM fat rfM 1 Spring 1910 six summers i l0Spring 1912 four summers 14L4 Spring 19 13 three summers H I We fill our Gds M Mr Ski Httr J4 r We Bear G vcrnmcK bMMdlM s W U Ww i lAWhiskeyJ Ie HEXDOUABl ERS 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cotta that EUOoitL SSSIIs MiM Is kau ii Upla aalpi el pIss ee4Iie It t I W IsM tiHMrtI W 4 ketter tkaa M t MMUMt esiai tc with the Ii Jtr sjiV iuit sr vsunda RII fit fesworer IISMIMSI t satisfactory tc Ii Me as I4MMMi eVssfiB A ctUuk JrOCelat4isM a = fcr irwads la ws 3t IsTM7thIait S If sIulsss isjer ne VM of MuIt r= Mess for tke latssM sst esrs te kar meeN ssarKasi my tb s scSelrt1a1M tm W4cMtI1 AsMricsjk INtDPROPIrnupII J Xs Itis alwelt to hats naiIgndi p Jo ttT aeaethce 1ia- nargfm ITf FAY f 4Ii Jl r S hsartt mitk ki ctrtsim it t 1 wpap 1 K i = ytiIW el 1 J y1 1 IV 1 1t1 p IiiiI VIrtl TRJLrIa 1CHTINI THrHESSlAN FLY 1 ITHE LIFE OF THE HESWAN FLY From the U S Dept of Agriculture TIe life hittory ot the Heisian Fly iii shown above The life ef the adult fly M but a few days probably but a week of IMV aadthe treat ntaae ofttke flies will appear at about tlie sametirne If the wheat t is sown after the flies appear by the time the wheat is up they will be lone and the plants escape lite attacks eff the fly Experiment stations urge you to sow wheat late in order tip escape the Hessian Fly Experience has taught you that the best yields are secured from plants that enter the winter with strong healthy IrowthI m Solve this Problem by seeding late and hastening the fall growth by the use of 200 to 400 pounds of fertilizer contain loneI1It strong healthy growth fly does not happen to be present this year the good effects upon both the wheat and the grass seeded with the wheat willrepay many times the cost of the added ammonia You ouutot afford to be without this Fly Insurance Read Farmers Bulletin 640 U S Dept of Agriculture which says The application broadcast of some quickacting fertilizer containing a large percentage of phosphate made as soon as gent iL infestation Is apparent will cause the plants to tiller more freely and glv them sumclent vigor to withstand the winter and thus increase the number of healthy stems the following spring While It may seem tar fetched to bring forward a preventive measure the enrichment of the soil a fertile soil will produce plants that will withstand with little Injury attacks that will prove disastrous to plants growing on an Impoverished or thin soil This is because a fertile soil will enable an Infested plant to tUlcr freely and these tillers will have suf flcleat vitality to withstand the winter and send up bead producing stems In the IpringL Plant On or After These 1Iy Free pates From US Dept of Agriculture If drought prevails the seeding date should be longer delayed UNCLE SAMS EXPENSIVE GUEST J W1ibeen playing hostt for over 150 year to one of the mostt menacing pests the country bas bye known It has cost him enormous SUM Its damage has bees so great that the farmers In seme localities have given up the growing of the crop It thrives on until It dies out But I I it likes the treatment accorded here I ama seems disposed to bang on It nothing that it has outlived its wel come but instead plods on year after year and season after season taking the profits of our labor In the wheat fields Wba are you doing to stop the Hes sian Flyf Your cooperatlon with your neighbor means as much to you as him and even if it dldnt you owe duty to your community to help In this eradication Remember these three things late prepare the ground well and add available plant food to your soil GiY the young plants a late start to be tree from tho fly but also giro then ft chance to obtain food by applying rat least 200 pounds of fertilizer con taming 2 to 4 per cent ammonia 0 that they may han a good growth be fore winter sets in Swat the IlMflan Fly is the bat tie cry of the farming members of this big family of Uncle Sam and wont you do your part to make the echo that much louder aNarly As Much Second Season Tho IncreMO in yields of the crops following the one to which fertilizer is applied Is often nearly as much as that secured in the crop fertilized oue experiment at the Ohio Station when fertilizer was used on wheat it caused an Increase in yield of the other four crops In rotation of 86 percent cropIsays n Ifarm writer Fertilizers applied to th corn crop wilt not be entirely used Iup and will benefit the crops follow ing especially when applied broadcast or drilled In evenly where the field in sod tl1a Half the Battle Before Plftntjnf rIcrops the proper treatment of iflc seedbed and the supplying of plant food to carry along die crop with a good start And a steady growth maybe considered half the battle As yheat ls not cultivated after seeding whatever cultivation is necessary must be done before the seed Is put into he groun HM IulletsrriThat bullets neither whine kiss Mwl r ham nor whisper novelists to UM contrary notwithstanding Is infer BHitloQ gives by Mr Edward a CrossI MB Outing With one possible ex teUoIiwlae la certain conditions off J1I eevitry e4ern nllllary bullets klM to thGM KudlBK back of the fir teg UnlHtlataC Ito audibly except a harp crash l air tteelugi around the toilets WM wkM It travels at high fffMd At a velocity ef 1500 feet a ssieai r assi tHus IJ like 1rIitWIaca terns ansI Ttry Ysstty ws bis4ke whip The wb SM far fII1i1k from tk 1ISS tM KUet crack tad Wef c1545 Ii the riSe NIt WlSk kM s psid4 Jut sa a ssMMT kR at seiI YuMpSsis rtt k+er tk sovU el tk a4 71 UI that tL the Wow el dM but B the toilet would kav t UM hi fstf jMCoad before tk IIIII froei Tts NeW Us L Double Ypur Profits From Wheat Millers pay more per buahenar thigh Quality wheat than they do for that which only grades number four or live according to a Chicago Board of Trade Member Ohio Experiment Station Bulletin 243 shows that high quality wheat and large yields go gether thus giving the farmer double profits The experiments reported in Bulletin 243 show a yield of 845 bush cia of wheat per acre with 51 per cent plump and 49 per cent shriveled ker nels where no fertilizer was used against a yield of as hlsh as 3415 bushels per acre of which 94 per cent of the kernels were plump and but 6i per cent shriveled when the wheat rJwas fertilized IAa You FeedSo ShaW You Reap If I expect my horses topull I must feed them and feed welL If I expect to grpw 60 bushels of wheat to Btho acre I must feed thy wheat the some way declares Murel Boa of Johnson county Indiana Last year Mr Boaz railed 1500 bushels of wheat that averaged 46 bushels to tho acre This year he is going to get over 50 bushels per acre according to present Indication Wheat Yields Beet Production Those 50 to 65 bushels to the acre wheat yields dont Just groW any more than does a load of prlmo fin ished baby beeves The cattle are never allowed to lose their calf fat and are fed liberally of a balanced ration from the day they are born until they gd Into the car for market says ClydeA Waugh in Farm and Fireside Iltedrd wheat crops must havo plenty ob a balanced plantfood raton to give them a quick start IiI the fall to enable them to resist dls ease and Insect attacks to make enough growth Intbe fall to cover thee ground before winter sets In to start out early in the spring and to make a straight standing early maturing buitpef crop of first quality No One Would Work a Sick Horse No one would think of workIng a sick horse yet there are farmers in al mot every community whO are conS tinning to work their slck colln arid with the usual result of poor qropi Fertlllzlnn will help some and lime is the corrective agent but for tho best results both should be used WITh wheat when limestone and for tilizer are used on the same land tho yield is larger than when either one of these is tiifd lone CropsA woe for green manuring Among the leguminous ojrops are sweet clover alfalfa cow peas and soy beans They are all very efficient and the growbeitsoy beans may be planted after the grain crop baa been harvested The crops should W turned under la the fall wbe a a svecoleat eeev titles Ea17 to OpeN Sets A simple flavic for the oparatio of the heavy and cumbersome barnyard sate Is that ot attaching a wheel to the free or iwimilpf etui In many Isitseces tara gate are so long that tke ordlaary hfaeis sot strong enough Is ssjpport tke entire weight and it tiwaearitsia1owtkefreaendterest wheell awltM it Hmmeoessary to lif- tthatwhaa114Msdtespej 2- T r Ii ttL SCORED HEAVILY ON CRINGE IBeau Brummejf Remark Left Him Mster of Iuatlon bUt VI eto Was 4 Costly One ryI Tho greases dandy and top of xrnt Brwlue11knowna life delicate and leisured and since he was poor ljiIs living depended upon the favor of the court The court I at that timo iiaa represented in the ect where tIej foaus Influence wu foil by the pr4s4ce of Wales who was Itruw must o told not a slender man It hap ened that the prince and tho beau uarreled To be a daB y Is not generally con tldered the frst mark of being a BrumDlftUPTIItn wel11Thrvague but tho main facts are certain Brummell kne r that his quarrel with the prince rou mean an end of his prestige but 2ie refused to yield and on the day following the quarrel went walking with a friend said to hays been Sheridan The news ol the rupture between tho prince and the dictator of fashions had spread and there were not a fov who lathered in the hopes of a passage at arpis between mIt happened that Sheridan and Brummell mil the prince and his rartyj With princely ostentation tho royal personage called Sheridan aside and spoke to him pointedly Ignoring tirnmmcll who stood by BrummoU lid not lUnch in the crisis he was time only pcrppn who seemed to be In different Then Sheridan returned With a gesture of indifference Brum mell lifted Ills glasses to his eyea and Indlcatlrig with a slight wave of his hand the person to whom he re forred he asked In a clear but lan guid voice thel famous question Sherry whos your fat friend Brummell spent the greater part of the remainder of his life In Calais an outcast broken man But with the memory tf his great rebuke it can hardly said that In the to wps fouuli Granting crisaI 4InDtisapprehen jns about the rcMef ex tended by tH German government to the relative pf soldiers killed n the war the N fth German Gazette of November nves exact details con earning th1I relIef The ratedpenda first on the rani of those killed The widow of a prt rate soldlorj receives yearly an aver age of 400 pjnrka 100 tho widow c noiiwomin uioned ofCcer 500 marks 125 oij 4 sergeant marks 1150 Each cbhof a private or noncom missioned bor whose father IskUled in the war ic elves 168 marks 42 a year on an t rage and each child left an orphan r celvea 240 marks In casesroo pursuant to military law for rcll of soldiers famlMes the reduceIing sever children In a family tht difference n4y bo offset by special ra lief donat oh ft Inconsistency Bride 4re I knew how it would be Wei not been married s month a you have ceased to care fo feYoung I Why my love what can thinking off You art dearer to ever tilt Isn so I know It Isnt You took mea at our house lots of tlmei before were married and voi scarcely Touched anything Ma sailr she knctf crpu were truly In love bo cause you ipd no appetite Of cou sfr dear but And now you tro actually crm ellanythingell Wcllcsloy college the home ot bounty aria culture now has an official sparrow chaser He is John H Oaken and he Is paid 40 A month for catch ing birds for dissection Cats were used formerly at Wellesley for dissect tug but this was discontinued when one of tbp college Janitors was haled Into court on the charge of stealing a prize cad President Ellen Flu Pen dleton was threatened with a sun mons by Chief of Police Hiram Brows and cats thereafter were shunned Hermit Are you baldheaded why so Theres no reaeipn for it Fasting will make your hair grow This fs according to a herm Who was found living in Van Cortlandt pork New York lie told the couft that bo had been fasting for scientific purposes Before his fast which Bqd lasted C3 days he oaid hit belfry vI as bald as a billiard balL Now lobk at It and he pointed to the tOIl of his head which was coy ered Wa wilderness of hair that would 0 made him eligible to any nilAmir an football team According to the i mlt If the baldheaded mat instructions the famoui 1tSllI it a musical comedy will ni slat of nothing but nude domes lose are tho directions Lire lth tho en air drink about two quarts p water a day do not eat any food fit on the eats If any bald1 headed non does this says the hermit i couplo of months his think lug app catus will resemble that of 4 Russian OlaaclcIWhen ar broko out in Europe a Sa vannah c cgro had been doing a bone IIkoth1Goordt In Karlfc id City that If released he would ge so ftr that it would take 9 to send him stal card he wanted to get back e 010Ith a miscellaneous company of Aria cans he was besieging the Amcrc consulate when a southern er Injln crowd noticing him said NJggp what are you doing here Whja lfng with the light of discovery- In his jje Rastus replied Fo Gods sake ft 38 slst dls nigger to git back to olMCeogy Jso so hungry I cn heah do1 fWit chops calUnrColllerV We4 4ijy Exonerates Dead Cow Whjwjjm automobile hits a tnjurt t badly the driver Is to blameI andt the cow oven if the cow did get ahrous when It saw tho auto headjlstits bearing swiftly down on it A June eclded the foregoing In Judge Gate ilcourt and awarded 1100 damt ares EmU Alt the cows Augus Sempert who owned the auto arguW in court that he didnt know the H wthorme bridge was a browsing past44e and that the cow should have wor red light on its taiL But the Jury aisairoad with himPortiM l PIJ M jkoiolM XUML w a= j ncSUftlNG LIVES OF OTHER Practice That It Largely Prevalent Though It It Illegal Hew It It Done In tho Trenches i recent case before the Courts IA considerable light upon tho some people haVo for specu lating In other peoples HvcA One roman hold life Insurances on her parents her children her motherin law her brothers and several friends jOf course that sort of thing is illegal but It seems to be a nourishing bust ness nevertheless But hope delayed maketh the heart jck and after the insurers have kept the premiums paid up to pretty weU tho amount they would gain from tOO Insurance company they ace their profit melting awar and call the law to free them from their Investment claiming their premiums back on nil- sqrts of ingenious defenses Rather a rotten business byt wo are assured that it is much more preva lent than we have an idea of There must4be a tremendous temptation tot Assist fate at tithes and in any case whenrC1 thf s form the chief invest float on these lines it must be rather exasperating to have them politely fOrm us that they are quite welL thank you One recalls that scandalous comlo song that had such a vogue a while back wherein an irritated hubby sang that he was stony broke with a wad of dough staring him in tho face Some of the stories of the sweepstakes In the trenches are equally disturbing The name of eaclt man In the regiment going1 into action Is put into a hat andjavery man puts up al franc The money Is divided between all those who drew the name of a man who is still alive or unwounded at thee d of the day A soldier cnn spitea chap holding his name by deliberately courting tho attentions of a bullet On tho other hand it tends to make thorn tenderly considerate of each others lives and urgent admonI- tions to take care are not ttoce arflv disinterested WEST SUFFERS FROM WAR Little Children Excite the Sympathy of Those Who Know the Situa tion In France Of all those who suffer by the war none make a more immediate appeal to the sympathies than the little chit dren left alone in the world The Committee FrancoAmerica for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier has already done noble work under the direction of Mre Bliss wife of the secretary of the iSinericad embassy at Paris and Mr A F Jaccaci the artistauthor1 whqse On the Trail of Don Quixote is well remembered The treas urer is Frederic R Cootkrt One hundred and twentyfive children little ones like those who were rescued from the region of Bolfort have been saved from parts of Alsace recently conquered by French troppa Yprea and other Flemish towns der Bstatcd by months of artillery fire Shelter has been found for them in convents and institutions that are providipg a roof but are so sadly im poverished that the children must go unfed unless food can be secured through other The little ones are living on 15 cents a day ESTHETICISM III new see the smoke pouring from a steamers funnels that I dont think of the poor devils below ihoveling coal into the furnaces remarked the sympathetic man Oh replied tho giddy young thing but just think of the pic turesque smudge it makes on the sky line jCoglBrlng Load Of Food John Hundley a farmer awoke ii the morning to be advised by his wife of a serious deficit In the pantry neither flour nor meal Hundley horses were not shod the sleet and Ice w8ro too rough for the animals the familys strong box was empty and tho farmer resided six miles from town But John met the emergency He constructed r large sled hitched nino fox hounds to it loaded on five bushels of stock peas and hit the trail for Camden After a couple of hours rest Hundley returned home the dogs pulling a bag of meal and a barrel of lour through the snow Camdu fenn Dispatch to Knoxville Joui caL Puns on tonbstones The punster IB irrepressible he sven Induce his Jokes on tombstones An epitaph in Whltham Abbey In forms us tDat SIr Jam s Fullerton died fuller of faith than of fears fuller of resolutions than of pains fuller of honour than of days Thero Is another of Daniel Tears Though strange yet true full sev enty years was his wlfo happy with her TearsSThis was written of an organists Here lies one blown out of breath who livod a merry life and died a Mwedltfa Another says Here lies Thomas Huddlestono reader dont smile but reflect as this tombstone you view that Death who killed him Jn a very short while will huddle a atonn upon JOuu IUn for Prisoners of War Austria has discovered a sclentlffo use for prisoners of war Doctor Pbcli professor of anthropology ana ethnoV ogy at tho University of Vienna haw been granted the sum of 800 by tha government to conduct anthropological researches among tho captives of Aus trlan arms Ho will moasrro their skulls tabulate the color of astir and eyes collect data as to dialect and otherwise subject these human sped mens to tho scientific onceover many times rppeatcd Tho good doo tor Is said to be wildly enthusiastic over the prospect of so largo and va a collection of human materialIIded his investigation jTlre Hunter Was a Corpse H L Burr went to his grist- mIll near Balls Mills he found leanS tng against tho door what ho at first supposed was a tired hunter who stopped to rest hndj Wkea be came closer he was the body of H Franklin who had by all indications placed the auzzle of a shotgun In his mouth and blow4iigOtaMUh Philadelphia Tnaulrec 7w j I HYPNOTIC EYE LURES POLICE While Sold Thief Rides Away With a Automobile lejonglna to Pollco Inipector License Inspector H K Radcllft and HoaryKittredgotag eye on a detective star at Mass quetto avenu arid Third streetWhlla they were spellbound by the oye an aUto thief WAlked Into Post Offlct alley half a block away and stole Radcllfts cnr The eye bright and shining was en proved on a star worn by D T Hoyt who said he had Just cone to Mlnne npolis to conduct some special Inven seTernlIIIHort according to Radclift could not tell who employed him so ho was charged with impersonating an officer Then Radcllft andnllthe night polico 4utomoblloi I Gifts af Winter r In giving winter to men said the Old Year Margaret Woodward writes In the Countryside Magazine I son conferring upon them one of tho great est benefits Do not the wise ones of earth know that climate has much to do with culture that the degree to which a race acquires civilization is dependent upon IU Nowhere are the rigors ot winter felt more severely than in Nevj England and mat k you the men of intellectual and moral fiber vho have been bred in this climate Look at the races who bask Under a tropical sun where orange and banana groves grow luxuriantly and notice the Indolence tho sensuality the lack of ambition which prevail It takes the winter to tone up tho moral and Intellectual as well as the physical na ture of man One of your philosophers never uttered a truer word thane this usuallytIcivil freedom Winter should bring to a mast a period of restfnlness It should afford him quiet hours in the library and opportunity for social in tercourae Not Always What They Seem Tony said a British officer to his BoldlorBorvant something tells mo that I shall never come back alive i seem to hale a presentiment that way Then take tp heed of it sir ro jpondcd the servant Them present meats is frauds A cousin of mine had one onco and it treated him very thatsItroublln heart and his bosom chum and went to be shot But never a scratch lOUt he get And what happened whon her re backIhis money rutdIgot marrle4 while he was away had theyjdset up housekeeping with the j money 1TheretheInewspaper man as ho sized up the oelated sleepers it a New York sub way car In the wco hours of tho morn lag All my life I have done what over has been In say power to help the cause ot sloop in tho human race Whenever I have heard that a doctor is counseling his patients to sleep longer I have matte a point of writing him a letter of congratulation And I do not mind saying that I myself have done a bit to persuade people tha sleep is the greatest Cloning to man kind The perect sleeper O v served the newspaper mn is bo who by rigid and constant practice has brought his power of sleep to such a evenIwbenl tiful vision And what makes you take such an Interest in the slumbers of tho human racer was asked I Jutbccaulereach tho stage of somnolent perfection I had to abandon my trade for oma vrara Retort Courseo siChairman Walsh of the Industrial relations commission used to hold ing his own with millionaires They toll a story about millionaire with whom ho played a round of golf dur Ing ono of his committee investiga Lions last year It was on tho millionaires private course and Mr Walsh teeing off sliced the ball which fell Into marsh I New ball cAddy ho said But Mr Walsh the millionaire re looktoyNo sir Im not Mr Walsh en nwerod mUlionairoMr Walsh looked the millionaire ia the eye and smiled My dear sir ho said when I get 0 bo as rich us you are maybe 111 be able to affordjtho time to look for lost KoK balls oneheroIJolly Optimist at a dinner given in York by Joseph hoato was asked how long tho war would last ull will last a great while or a Httfc while according as you are au optima t ReadingjTwo soldiers were smoking undo a treo somewhere In Franco This war will last a long time yet said the tint soldier Our cops pany has planted roue bushes in front c our trench l IOh you Jolly optimists said the thr Wove planted acorns in front et ouiHangs Dogs to Dodge Tax Tony Cochato outwitted an East j plaolughangIng gatheof tho property but could not find them When asked where thd dogs were Cochato replied that he had hanged them The assessor Jeft ant Cochato would have escaped the dog tax hate fie not been so pleased with the joke that he could not keep from telling It Indiana Pa Dispatch to PUiad pUa North America 1 = HH o I I I iAMfl T You Need a TonicUThere are times in life sneedshardWhen bctoCOlaposedtgentlyorgansandstrcnftli bcattfcmm It has benefited eailingwe k osucessy you cant make a mistake in taking mgr CftRDW I The Womans Tonic ttnaArksaysearthforI wusodizzyspellsandJl andasI anythingBegin dealersHas iChildren Cry for Fletchers tlio Kind You Havb Always Bought and wiiiekIMS eM i LABOna sup siace its lmfacy decelveyoaiatkliAll1MKExperimentsWants and Children Experience against Experhweat What is CASTORIA artox4t Is a harmless substituto for Castor Oil Pare gorle Drops and Soothing Syrups Xt is Pleasami Itcontains neither Opium 2IorihlHe aor ethcr 2Taree4v substance Its aoIs Its 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