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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 f STAaLISIIED c J NNOlMIN f88- L Io jitti lip SIN aYOL XXXN fo23 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTYKENTUCKY AUGUST 24 1916 EY wti WTO BANES CONTEST TO BE A I r VALUABLE FEATURE OF STATE FAIR Its Innocence BABYHOODI helplessness heart in which there to throb of humanity tad to the ass rUofl that all the world Jsves a lover might bo added and aI fcaby but babyhood means not only Jov but responsibility and responsibil ity Should go hand in hand with lcowllellge Would any farmer or 4eck breeder t f the most ordinary maUlity attempt the commercializ tec ot animals without a due and a4uato understanding of their ne ulUea their habits and the sate aardlagof their existence And yet Members become mothers fathers as Mue the responsibilities of father fcwd iirqaopt the profusion ofI JUare1rtbafeyhooi which is appalling Babies havti for ages been regarded as pos loss whose prestige depended krae1Tupon personal prettiness Secondary even to precociousness or- physical progress and tho expression q tthla popular idea was the oldtime fetaaty show of the county fairs But the beauty show day met its Waterloo sir years ago and with poetical jus Uce at a Fair celebraUon Here the contrast between scrupulously cared for and scientifically scored animals and the fretful illfed unkempt babies of some of the visitors to the Audubon County Pair of Iowa led Mrs F S Watts to speculate on the yalue to humanity of children eden t tifically watchguarded in like ratio to the caraand consideration bestowed upon the animal kingdom The out come was a Babies Health Contest at the Iowa State Fair August 27 1911 Kentucky joined the Better Babies cru saders in lpl3 holding the first Ba bleV Health Contest at the Fair with about 12S entries Governor Will Review Babies 8 This year the Babies Exhibit will Superintendent Superintendent ATHLETIC EVENTS TO BE NEW AND NOTABLE EXHIBITION AT STATE FAIR Statewide Competition Among High Expected Stimulate Much Interest Feature the Day the HILI3 the curriculum ot a W school or college does potj as a rule carT athletics ask a part of its course it is MvertkelCRS a fact tho develop Mftt of the physical along with the Mental is looked upon as of equal it aoL paramount value to the atudcnL- For this reason the Kentucky State Pair management In planning for tbe great exhibition in Txiuisvillo Septem ber 1116 gave thought to the athletic subject and decided to show just what Kentucky can do In the way of well developed school boys by Including ant Athletic Day in their list ot feature events Saturday the final day of the Fair was picked for the time the matchless halfmile speedway at the Fair as the place and from every col kre ant school In the State a repro sentative color bearer for school will it is act as tho Th direction of tile ircet Kill be in rCMeek1nsportIJaouraal and presWent of the Louis vllle Amateur Athletic Federation To make the movement the big suc MM desired ltis necensary that the I Uffement havo the of c e schools over tho SUite and the beng1tIII at a t 17e rotnpeUtloa are PrQ 4iMM la MM jrecramme as follows Wife Hire Kuslard t va verdit rttumtd C J W B aii ur iwMtitfic cbIeft Dnp erj1j probably wilfec un purer to hIs wife as It convict bwrmr while heIfi ei v r g u ttvct r oteEcafor mMiaVuiIiU r r 7 w T T r y m 4 W Mr rA wi f 1 j TIiENE J gJL A l Photo by Steffens Berry Studio under the supervision of Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S Cohen ot Frankfort who is the member In charge of the department and of Mrs John L Woodbury the superintendent of the Contest be augmented en larged and combined into one of the moot valuable spectacular and un usual features of the entire fair It will possess in full measure nil the scientific advantages possible to the movement and in addition the exam inations instructions sqoring and judging wilL be climaxed by a grand tableaux IP the 5100000 pavilion which will bo one of the most picturesque exhibitions of the enUre Fair The babies and their mothers will enter the ring in ribbonlinked line preceded by the State Fair band and Gov A 0 Stanley Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S Cohep State Fair Secretary WJ Gooch Mrs l lrvjddVbrgChief The aides of Mrs Woodbury and Dr Lindenberger In charge of Infantileiby ribbon lines from which they will radiate to a position surrounding the platform on which the State Officials and Examiner are stationed The Babies and their mothers will be assigned positions around the pavilion rail on which elevated scats will be placed for a sliowy display of the captivating conteators The arrangement of tho babies in this gjant oval will afford State Fair vIsit- ors an opportunity of viewing each and every dainty and dimpled tot entered and will likewise protect the little ones from crowding or discomfort The ceremony of awarding the prizes tsill be a protty and elaborate one The championship babies will this year be presented with handsome eli ver cups instead of cash awards as heretofore Entrfes in the Babies Health Contest will close September L No entrance feo is required for this contest Premiums of cash ribbons and cups will be awarded Friday Sep5 15 at 3 p m in the pavilion I A School and College Boy to A Big for Final of Fair that that hoped boy cooperation eaiwtth tember 10 to 12 years old 12 to 14 years old high schools ago limit 20 years and whonPTesentcdtheir The programme In ful follows Ten to Twelve Years OldtBOyard dash Twelve to Fourteen Years Old 75yard Schools 100yard dash High School 320yard duh High Sohooli 40yard dash High Schools SSOyarU dash College 100yard dash Collegea 220yard dash Collegeai440yard dash Collegri Onemile run Twelve to Fourteen eanij Old Half mile relay each member tpiruir 220 yards High Schools One mlle relayj each member to run 440 yards College 1rollo relay each member to run yards OldRunninghllltump Twelve to Fourteen Years Old Bun nine high jump jumpTenOldflunnlegbrOhdIUmp Twelve to Fourteen Tears OldRun nlng broad jump JumpTwelveihotputSf ahotpuOCollegesshotputHighCollegesPole vault vCollegesoteThe age limit for High SckMl competition Is 20 years Tbo jury stimulated tbat the stae be given the privilege of hiring him out doing his set tehee and Mrs Slaughter asked 1 jr thecoitraot SaligUteruJso tldWeaver widow of the man he was charged irith killing f Weo Ate or Wi s n Because through patience and has kept us out oj IdiPIOmaCYbe and Mexico neither milis a itarist nor a pro flat Because in three yenrsj hb hij done much to repair the neglect of the urmy and navy during tbe twelve years of his predeces ors Because he stands for a na- Iq4aized state militia instead of two seperate and antagonista forces Because meaning well firmly he does not find it necessary to express his meaning fiercely Because as the indirect re suIt of his policy he has kept M Roosevelt out 13f the army and withdrawn Justice Hughes from the bench e Because bi believes m leaving the regulation of the suffrage to each seperate state Because when ocean naviga tion ceased for Jack of insnrance he established a government bureiu or insurance relieved our commerce from strangulation and made two miilioh dollars for the treasury Because when war broke up on Europe and imperilled others he toots extraordinary steps for relief and made our warships relief stips and our mmistus and census1 agents of stranded AmericansCBecause by a revision of the tariff and the removal of harriers to imports he put the count ty in a position to reach the high est results from war traffic Because he resisted the clam ors of Ge many lora suspension jf American traffic in war muni tionsBecause he refused to deny to American citizens the right to tuvel through the open seas in merchant ships of any nation Because after the sinking of ittoLUtthna I ha r1P lared the purpose q the gov rnment to exhaust its resources in exacting reparation and in en forcing the abandonment of sub marine warfare Because like President Taft lie refused recognition to Buena he assassin of Madero in Mex ico Because he has strengthened our strategic position in the Caribbean sea by the Nicarrague treaty by our course in liuyti aud San Dumingo by the purchase of the Danish Isfands Because in the interest of commercial expansionand in lernanonal anity and of tiict ervancoof our treaty obliga- tIons he stood for the repeal of he Panama cauaU tolls bill as signed by the Taft and approved by Roosevelt Because he has redeemed repeated pledges of both parlies in perfecting a rural credit meas ureBecause in onmpletine the Federal reserve bill he modified the features engraved upon it by Aldrich and gave it through twelve seperate banks a forD 01 decentralization however the adrai Disunion of the measure may alter the spirit divi- sIonj ottlat Because he made tax a permanent feature iof our national revenue IBprause in mobilizing the mil itia be has demonstrated mar- tt velous advance in the conduct of- military affairs between tho days of McKiuley bud Alger arid the days of Wilson and Baker Because in aa ageOf mad war ship of the God of efficiency through the ritual of centralized pow r he has not abandoned al together tbe decentralizing doc trine of a progressive Democrat Because in his cabinet he has given us Lansing in place of Knox as secretary of state McAdoo in place of McNeagh and Shaw as secretary of the treasury Garrison and Baker for Alger in the war department attorney general Me and Gregory instead 11For K Lane in the In tfexior Department instead cf Richard A Balllnger Tosephus Daniel as secretary of the navy instead of Meyer1 Newberry Metcalf Bonaparte and Morton Burleson for postmaster een eral in place of Hitchcock Mey er and Cortelyou Because he has sent our min later to Austria gBredenck oj Penheld to succeeo lchard 04 Kerens and Bellamy storer Because he found so admirable a successor to Mr Herrick a William G Sharp to maintain 13 France the reputation wor by Washburn McLane Euslis Porter Wrfite and Bacon Because 4io appointed Jam W Gerard to Berlin to suSceed John A Leishman of Pitfsbuig Because ho sent Thomas Nel son Page to Rome whore Leish men had once been and where Thorn ia J Bryan remained Btcause he sent Walter H Pacro tn ritir on Brand Whit lock 10 Belgiumi Henry rvJDyke to the Netherlands Because through an area of orld wide wsr4e has maintained condition at home under which commerce has flourisLcd Ibdustry has been devploped to a new power employment found for the idle and the railroad have been raised to the highest point ffof efficIncyLouisviilei- Post y Farmers and House keepers Attentien When you have anything to sell you go whojre you get the best prices and it should be the l slime when you buy To go JwhtroyourJ Dollar does its duty both in Quanity and Quality it will pay you to visit our Feed and Flour store Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Tclophonc 111 j lJM Williams Co Opp Post Office Springheld Kv 1It C will Kimball pay you to trade with i 44- II PtlBLICSA EiGOOD HOUSE AND LOT iiOf i As Executor of the will of Mary E Corcoran dcceaspld I will I On Satnlrday September X2 iAT 300 OCLOCK PM Sell to tho highest and best bidder the following described properly The home place 6f the late Mary E Corcoran located Jn Spnirgt field Ky on the North side of West High Street near the Catholic church bounded bYthe property of Miss Fanny Wall J Y Mayes ahd Mrs Channie Cooper This dwelling has six rooms and a 4 aunimer kitchen is two stories in height has good Cellar good 4i cistern good outbuildings including barn the lot on which it is located contains over ono acre of ground suitable for graze lot gar den or gdod building sites Property is in good repair and in fine neighborhood 4 TERMSThe property Will be sold for onethird cash remain o den ti one and two years notes bearing six percent Interest from date interest payable annually secured by lien on laud i JOSEPH POLIN Ezecutor Executor of the will of Mary E Corcoran i Capt T Wm Sirnms w Auctioneers JOHNSON DIGS H UP 282 75426 Money is Turned United States TrealuryI Washington Aa uRt16Rep resentative Ben Johnson who jfias a record for discovering and pausing to be collected large jsumsof money due the Treasury has within tbe last few days add 282754 26 to his record ittel developed here today AccordtngtaMrJohnsonfines1- and foifeitures in some of the Courts amounting to 28275426I jneyer had been paId on the fflreasury Recently Mr Jobn son called upon Secretary of theI reasdry McAdoo for the purpose of enlisting his assistance- InJlollectiug this money and hovI 1D it paid Into the Treaury About three years ago after very extensive research Mr Johnson ascertained that there was owing to the United States Government more than 1000000 treatIment of residents in the District prColnnbia in the United States Government Hospital for the In sane Mr Johnson says that as a result of his efforts in this dl rection there was paid into the Treasury of the United States three years ago the sum of 719 53609 During the present session of Congress Mr Johnson has con tidutd his work relative to the Hocal patients who did not pay for their board and keep in the lunatic asylum and as a resuit of his work succeeded only a few days ago in having paid into the Treasury on this account of thn additional sum of 28275426 Therefore Mr Johnson has caused to be collected and paid iutotbe Treasury on account of tliaflinrx tw J u ur mV large sum of 1002290 85 In addition to this Mr John- sstill has dug up other amounts aggregating considerably more Jtwu 1000000 and has nc unlly i bad the money collected and deposited in the Treasury of the United States For a number of years the peo pie throughout the country hvp been taxed to pay part of the t current expenses of the city of Wasnington About five years ago Mr Johnson inaugurated a tight in Congress to relieve the people in the Stages from paying this tax When ho nomindiced his fight the taxpayers in the states were paying annually about 25 per cent of the currentjj expenses of the city oi g ton During the fiscal your which ended on Juno 30 last the proportion paid by the people of time States toward the expenses of the city of Washington had ben reduced to about 84 per cent and the indications are that this proportion will be materially reduced ddrong the 6sclilI year which will end next June i Co mraissionera Sale Margaret OBryan PUt vs Equity Edgar Linton etc Dfts Dy vlrture of Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Cir ult 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 MONDA AUGUST 28 1610 at 200 oclock p m or there about being county court day to thehighest bidder on a credit ol 12 and months the following described property to wit BEN EDWARDS FARM AtraCtof land containing 1031 acres situated about 21 miles from spring- field on tho Valtona Lick turn pike On this farm there is a good dwelling house barn and other outbuildings well fenced plenty of fine Water good tobacco land a very good orchard a desirable small farm mostly in grass For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bond with apprgyed surety or sureties bearing legal Interestfrom date of sale ihtil paid And having the force and effect of a jjudgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C yiC C On every purchase of SI 01 I more cash at my store you wi j be presented with 5 percent ol purchase price with some articit ojt of stockIA 0 Kimball 1fl The UnwritlenLaWIelIndS1 Acting Judge Reedvy of the Police Court dismissing the cane of BJ Duncac mtyerof a man who he sajs had ruined his home It sad fatuously I am a Kentuckian shameful that bv the lItisof the power of an Acting Judge a mat who has In Red another escapes trhtl1 Acting Judge Reedy refers case a generation ago in which a Police Judge dismissed a man who had killed his wife and her paramour Kentucky gained no credit from that incident The injury to the Staleand the prac tical effect of the encouragement of lawlessness jIs manifest when the case iis cited as a precedent to uphold the dsiissal of the defendant in this case Ntbrldy CliO say how many murdrs that miglitiuo have occurrd but far the incident t which Actig Judge Reedy refers owed ihIr occurrence to the declaration of a Police Judge that he woud not proceed with the trial of a man who was fresh from a double killing because in bis opinion the two murders were justified But it is plain that at least one man acting in time capacity of Judge was influnnced by it to stand between the law and a de fendant who should have been prosecuted for murder A majority of Kentuckians have liked to believe that Ken tucky has advanced iu many ways during the last twentyfive ears and particularly matter of objection to murderI upon ethical grounds and upon the practical ground that one u punished murder induces another Very few Staterespecting law respectiog selfrespecting Ken tucldans will regard Acting Judge Reedy as being anything more t1an a backward citizen and one who falls to grasp the gravity of his folly and its far bffcfnsLnr igr of crime One of the Kings of France aid lam the Stite Acting Judge Reedy ofthe Police Courts not the State He is a Ken tuck ian it is true but his action does not proclaim him represent ative or credhuble He boasts his citizenship bombastically v while doing an injustice to Ken tuchy uuJ iuvi iug mUrder in Louisville Courier JournaM- t l Has Narrow Escape i W W McElroy tho well known farmer and stockman had a narrow escape from serious in jury Tuesday afternoon when the vehicle hi which he was sitting wits struck by a runaway team The rear wheel of his vehlcle was demolished and the buggy was otherwise damaged Mr Mc Eiroy was thrown forward outhe dashboard but fortunately es caped bjury Tne horse he was driving was a gentle one and made no effort to run The team which belonged to Mr Malone of the New Market section and whidh was standing in Jront ota warehouse on Spald ing avenue near tho raIroad crossing became frightened at p passing passenger trin and ran south on the street Mr Mc Elroy was HiLLing in his bugg in front of Haynes plumbing shop His back was to the team and he did not see it until it ran into his vehicle Had the fright ened team not swerved a few feet before reaching hint he doubtless would have suffered serious injurv The team continued south on Spalding avenue until near the tiatholic church where a young man jumped on the rear of the wagon and getting hold of the llnes brougbt the mules to a stop Lebanon Enterprise Fou SALE Good 12acre farm one mile fiom Springfield well improved huiving on it a good house good barn two veUs and splendid orchard Inquire at t is office- Strayed from mv home several eeks ago a large black bOW with Bfthe white spots Any one telling me where lo flnd let will bo well paid Harry Derringerl Phone HW Mooreavilie I if j JT t I lLr J y- Sj it J f i I II j 1 1r1 t r 1 Makes the finest ligh- teststfIavordbfc h tbreadScakeanct t fYmoed the and wholesome Il fa BSOWJELY Peg ItOYALIMcIsIPoDJQNwvHICI 0 y Attention Veterinariansj Ie By an act passed by the last General approved March 24th 1910 now known as chapter 71r jfthoAcisofr 19l6 which regq lUtes the practice of Veterinary Medicine Surgery and Dentistry in the State of Kentucky a State Uord of Veterinary Examiners hwas created which Board abalthold meetings whenever necessary for the purpose of receiving Applications for certificate eta candidates for such certificates d All persons who have beenI I practicing veterinary medicine c surgery or dentistry within tilts State for one year next prior top he passage of this Act andd those holding diplomas from recognized veterinary colleges are entitled to a license utxm ap plication to said Board and its approval of same and upon the paymeht of a fet of 7 Such certificates of license shall be recorded in the office of tbeJ County Clerk of the county in which license resides And on tit such license 13 recorded tbt m holder shall not exercise any of I thejrixhts and privileges therein conferred SI I After the first day of January 1117 it sb4ll be unlawfultor anY t person to practice yeierinary n medicine surgery or dentistry or hranchthereof in tills Corn mo u wealth if he does not hold a certificate of license as above c stipulated and any violation of t this Act shall punishable by a tine of not less than 50 or by t imprisonment of not exceeding two months or by both fine ando ImprisonmentIAll applicants for license shall present their diplomas or other credentials as required by Sec lion 8 and 4 cit this Act to the- eState Board of Veterinary Ex miners when fjltng their ape plications State Board willI hold meetings at the places designated below for the purpose d of receiving applications The meetings wilj begin promptly tl9 a m i at the folowing places i LfXiugton Wednesday pop ternberSOth 1916 Phaonix Entelbt Louisville Wednesday Septetn ber 27th 1916 Sehbach Hotel b leudterson Wednesday October 4th 1916 Kmgdon flotoltSelect quO of the above places ttfi for your application of 1ceusb and be on hand promptly MATS COHEN Prdsldent i State Board of Vet erinary Etia SwallowsdRedRibb0Marhfl o oMof Oil City Piit ijg djilKf from internal poisoning fbllo log the swallowing of s piece pf red riblon several weeks ago The caseiaope of the strangest in wedtcal l record ann pbjai cinns have SQ far beeo unable to IS05t do anything fr tfci H hild A few dsya IWu ttfcjfc zr tie girl swallow tWribfcyaW bick and breaM iMftaa fcf f7reef Steadily WeeMdpIIunJl it was of th4 MM the ribbon Her Jeettbegan to take oa UM M4 and was alao akhic4sd Ail alyais Phyalclww HI Ut MMIMI ive diagnoaed ty M pw rDal poisoning e l bf bAs red dye n the rib4o ib fhttA swallowed All MM AJitMate 01jhe ztn1smdveJtI Eton red coIgr fi r eeerinhwewjtssshsing Hlflfc ausedthe poiwmtmp iaiIdlnary 4Iece of MlIl iiIbiiurchaed in a Jetiffered Indo way fe silk ibboixcIii I IIl RetusAft15 Y M Lister B JrpsakIdkN pt mars believed by adl Ives to hive jMt will Jw 1 ofcamet rornio and walked i W r tore of his brother WooA tiI L field on Lo aA Mri led left hkk it EJivi- mere be wtmpioe s dberfLef aim 5e ei- o trace had les unulbo Dade hIs sppte- re 41 yesterday Cronfield llaf a wifeI f hilerea IxxitarUlai bas since UllMl tH iiI that her iiusUiwl WM diuir i tained a diorc asd ttmm W tiis two daigh n al UM f bis disappearaBe f Ur nine yean olrti bo4h uui r Onef them Mm WXk ot Fern Ctk nsr LanJa is the motfa r aJiftL N The other dae 1il r iMmtII at Wheeler ales et- Fwm Crossfield kMw MiUi marriige ofhkwift adii rr untiUtold by Mk bQ aySHe Went liiU th 4oM dIbrother yeetariajr boeiIyS his arrival ic UMS ci f m for thl tMt MM4 i rother tiul kit siam va t son Deaplbsllss- ad not lMK R e t I ttf teen ycar M w M INS recof niaed Wf lkki kiMk- eld r aaked if hiill tilL Ilvisig aad s 1I r residualia Aailereoa dW dti left veste laf ads pi- hik brother 4 fwii W aisM tbaottssbossWhen tsil bet bill reJrwt n aald biso her MI wNfa wll thi sas ft7esss to bIS S da JU M Ga1 a JM ONk wim fd41tsy an sot tts ItS elip- Crossdld ww O pars 6 bUDOiUIOI aaJOShISS for tbi IursS1o JSVl 7 7 w Iaa i 7 1 D 11 IRa 1lt = U IR CrR IIELSONII COUNTYI FFAIR- At 3fDSTOWNAugusf c 29 30 31 and September I l Ihit WantiM grit ii the State Fine stock and poultry exhibits 2reaitricultural Display r 1 i f Lute Prouasui Big Midway For further information and catalog write WP HAYS President VICTOR KELLY Secr tfry f aU U U U J U rr mIIAD R J Y P iMGPILD KY il dr YBKY ICTMBJLY r LNbabazatJlA lit ttlic iikeflW Ky Port orM frteeW cJfato+U matter WMaice WJI VOOHHIJCS M ft taniiaiU for Jailer ef Wmahfag 1Mrlatp subject to the action of tM Ltesacratk pijey Magus 1917 OM ot tfc bMtr piece of leg iftkttoM ever enacted in the oalirtrwas the enac ieIt of tb F 4ral Fra Loant Bill which jffilt enable farmers del ilriBg tounprovn their lands to Mint from a Feoltral Loan Bttk toM on reell estate from 100 to 10000 The officers of thi betTfl have been appointed bjr Jbe President and are now workiHT oat the datails of the ilite lit it into working order jjrfci Federal Loan Banks will be established at various point throughout the country end r Fane ere Lode Associations willItat tom tine yet to get the mailer to working smoothly ARU1 the Federal Government MkMilewited apices of warning to i l M l WllrLQLt ngn ff5tS diBlo be itatborIz d t DeficitJ Mock companies as no I otto te yet authorized to do so And welktbey may take tbe ad ytae ill this connection as it will uob be mecessary to take thet word of some stranger because in proper worHioj order nome JTblia will know of it Tjiere bay not been any dim culty in getting large loans for SMae time past but for person wbb wiaWd to borrow under ffWOOlt bye always bel1 difficuUi tt LoavtIlaAiathCri Last War Newt fLosdon Aqg 22Botb llied N + riiia e on the Salomlkl frost where the soldiers of at least sevea Baiions are iu battle have beett seal back by tbe Bulfniriaus In the center however where tae Allis main effort is being SMMle at the entrance to too J42ret Vardar Valey Fri re juxta important gains VHetblaff iti MWUbOut the Pius ritM of Ittlhft share in the iiflfcti sJMl as iiforcaatlon haa t jMtriv a f 9 ie thrlr strength Tfce SarbUM apparently have JM It the JMAfteat losers and have been forced lack on their eztresM left about five miles frontieir Tfcejr continued prnxreea on tbe othersectiou of their front On the Allis right tbe British j au FMCh ivhc had crossed tb f ttuVBMi toward tbe Bulgarian VfrWUec have beefc forced back f e 1 ties river 0 rye weetera front there JMa beeii little chaage The British eefitiBtte tbeirefforUto her roan4 Thiesval eel t i GerilrffCUon ol- rMr Kltr1Nr hu be M a ae of isiportaaoe M the AJtJs+a ForsevieteJl days Mefer Rw 1L J4m riftrle kAve lauI wet that If llneL IisifeniaBie Ile- pia oc TettHnNMt Isl tsW AttM BaVtlWjWTllJl JPwW eeeriBii very IfftUgf M lbe Htokbodaaci ia th- Mucus Aft interesting nunt pf the Ruseisn officiall TYPICAL SCENE AT THE MESS HOUR IN CAM potatoesMiOelarmy In the worldrstatement is the intimation that the Grand Duke Nicholas a a1DI theiOtiucasnsfighting around Diarbekr but no Important change has cc curvedhuThe tecVor the French state ment follows The battle continued on Au gust 21 on the whole front of tbe Allied armies on the Saloni ki line In the center the British VIORfitIyoBombarded Bulgarian positions on both sides of Lake Doiran while our infantry established itself in tbe southern spurs of the Beles mountains West of the Varda Rivfer troops have occupied a line of ilmaintainedil allppoints in epte of violent counter attacks by the enpmy iI Fair View Your Forest View correspond J lot will ffrain make its apoear11 absencewwith a few ItemsjMr and Mis R chard Sudgett of Marion county was in our midst Saturday andSunday II Mrs JoeMedlty and Mrs John McLain left Monday morning or Tatham Springs where Lhey will spend the week sMrsFCatharine Medley were the gueato of Mr John CarrJco and family Tuesday IsLittlevery ill for some time we are gla to report improving at this writing Mr and Mrs Bernard Smith are rejoicing over the ajrival o a daughter Mrs Pat Sbannahan spent Monday night with her brother Mr Joe M dJeyIMr and Mrs Richard CLl n ron of Raj wick were visiting friends and relatives in the tit Rose neighborhood Saturday find Sunj = rMrsat this writing eThe formers are veryfcu ay cut ting and housing tobacco Mr Rue Carrico and sister spent Sunday with relatives at RIp Hhin severalrweeks ago a large bloc TbOW AnynhirwillHarry Derringer Phone 34W sfooresville On every purchase of S1 or- aore cash at my store you will ofIpilreblH AO Kimball BORN BREAD WAS A FAiLUKL gut Husband Tried to Be Discreet I- nitlle Remarks to the DlscolVfft ro of the Guest were a newlymarried cdwplo the wife though a fair cook did o6i know how to mako things his moth had prepared And this vexed ha sband although bo was dlspoesd to jbo Indulgent for tho sake of harmony But thero was one point upon which b lorrowed not little His bite couUjt Dot make edible corn broad and aora bread was the food upon which b- ens reared One day a girlhood friend ot t- bwaararti ire atterBSaiBUVK III preparation of luncheon acceptedi an Invitation to stay and eat It wth the newlyweds The husband arrived and the guest and bo took their places tfcqkitchenBefore his plato was tho husbands orn bread but itffwas a miserable talll lure sljkly yellow flat and heat y H 3 becamo confidential There is one of the trials of a has band whose wife cant cook he Mid apologetically to tho guest Just have a loft at that corn brood Dot ustnt let the wife know what I saW tar it would huft her feelings When tho wife entered the room a yep moments later sho noticed that a drop blush suffused tho guests face- Why what is tho matter dear eho naked Its nothing the guest replied hvr rledly An hour later after the husband had gone to tho office the chpru 0ttwo laughing womens voices rn resounded through the household of the newlyweds But the wife has not yet told Ute husband that her guostnmde the oorn bread on that day she stayed for luncheon in fact asked the privilege beeaus she considered herself dept at making corn bread u Itienrizcecn According to a friend Thomas t l Edison is of the opinion thatll J anger that first turned him toward in vesting the incandescent light reports the Newark News How it thappenedt related by the friend who saysjThat was jit course in days and Mr Edison was then quite the Inventor that one reads of I enthusiastic never sleeping He llvei in small house Innocent of aaythiag approaching a laboratory scientific devices room alllai experimenttb Then one day came tho crisis in the guise of the collector for the gas OOD neap He had been In tho how sri often but Edison hardly heeding his calls had waved him away earing iDont Mother me On this last call the collectors ila Jitructlona were peremptory He nrj heI gas 1 L OSIEHUS HlStOHY IS BLACK Beautfiul Balkan OUy Has Throliflh I the 0e1furies Jfeen tM Prize ofSVarlewsNatluns Theirtt siege of etedtiletau tifii lguw city ended 310 jears ago on September 1604 when Uw site was surrendered to tthe Span Sefer over three 3earg TW ho twb 9 thImoat heroic defenses in the hiIt of Iaf f3iiin uiv uuJiat uVUuJ goOt bat in 1706 after MarlbdraugT fa Ifted the Preach at Bmiltia9 iitt was taken by the ailies In 1116 iitt betot no stored three years later In 1716 th Frcnck ftrriRoned the town far the Kmpreea Sfaria Itheresa IB 17J 2 Oetepd again Tel to the fteach who eratuatrn it in 1793 regeisjed ili in 1794 and ifeated theEi there in 1T96 The city wjw itnder Trotyn Itfll to 1830 HJhra eItI its sensed itj indefjendenoe Modern Oi lend U knbwujas Jja Bsia dca Pltfeerihe Qtof Bserhfi aaJ 1for UHWY ycern it bat been the jrcatt C4AUid Playbrrtndor 1Iwop farorite renort t the people of all srfe aset d l t IornIf IYfDot aoplfl ivt tick a hostile warflbtf trots a fttvor anable position but ptns to tMir very L lireII againerasvlesst protested in say way they can set attack them boldly on UM Mtlfa e of lira tft lieAee they ire eitl to annenver aiiUl they reach a post lion whence they can effoeUvaiy dia ebarc z torpedo sits at this time reare nestrssarfty srbaergwf The M rt e anee tDllttt tnt lit submarinett anoiS r wit n rompt t ty aMMM t UM tine she makes watch la visible MI tiN aurare p5 e water Gn TING AWAY FHOM sit T boW aIM fellow iwiieTei Irnoptbn the wcs fccr Who iis her jeA ffleteoroloB tHCaiiess Cit lontISaI r = = c Fourteenth Aikniial t KENTUCKYState FAIRY LOUISVILLE September 1116 1911 WORLDS GREATEST SADDLE SHOWcTrotting Pacing and iEjmng Races Clean and Classy aYeernatnent and Athletic Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parsee for Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of esjj Free Auction Sale of Puro Bred Livestock Friday andI Reduced R R Rates40OfO in Premiums t Address WJ GOOCH Secretary State 604 Republic Bldg Louisville Kentucky iT zi I i i ILITTi d = fI au fFiftY Fitst ENiBlTION ia1000 Saddle State 8OOHarllESS Stake ei 3OOOINPREMIUM8 1 i1 AF 91 A Q fP1R 4 i Ir ClfSFhF tIF=Uuaa 4 HER POOR PETTED HUSBAND Wifes Solicitude for His Health and Nor Own Was Very Touch Inn Indeed Yes Tho putted husband and his wife were amiably discussing the advise blllty of a trip to Palm Beach in or dcr that the wife of tho potte husband could got back sonic of the strength that with her wasnt s latent as the distinguished physlciio who called upon her some tlmo dur tug tbo potted husbands office hour Ihofcht it ought to be mrbo only trouble darling saW the noltod husband is this that It yo should want me to go with you i howl havo to leave my businessyu- at the period when I am most needed to make our profits largo enough for me to maintain you la the proud Dos Mon to which you have been accu tamedtOn tho other hand should remain behind the first of tho month will omo without your being here and the thought of opening all tho bills or things you have ordered but fon rotten to mention without your moral support is rather disconcerting And I suppose said the wife of the pottod husband you have not considered that if I should go alone there would bo no one absolutely one to see about my baggage arran- a andIlag fIncited by total strangers I shoals think after our bring married all these years you ought to feel pretty good about my wanting you to go anyway and you would If you had a spark of human feeling In you Thereupon the petted husband in1 tenriewed the tourist agencies eawl the jLotal representatives made raagements to stave off his and close up hie weeks friendL At Palm Beach the wife ted husband remarked to a Yeg I brought my petted husband dong The poor man absolutely need 8ad a chango of sceneL1toS r 1Unstable Moon colBbrahsd observatory Greenwich tho placo from which wo rckoa longitude was founded b 1 Chariea II in 1675 mainly for tho pur poee of Investigating tho movements navagea Intervening two and a halt centuries astronomers bay worked at the problem the moon has not yet become entirely amenable astrania Britain in his re hport of the work at Greenwich during the past year calls attention to tho In icreasiag deviation between the cat opiated SIablltclatloa has lately boon growing In a 1ahrfors manner Tho error last year was more than twelve times as large tiaaverage increase during thv two decades has amounted to halt a second of arc in longitude The rea son that astronomers havo failed ii setting exact results from calculations btied on dynamical laws of gravita fish is possibly the existence of somo attractive foroo that they have not rot discovered although the resultI hnprIrata detetariattuen1outhe Comps oa OiseevarJno Borax Mob l1tl accidentall discovery of dye HAKitte has a number of parallels praaen1gtUpODtconsiderIpreserved and this arousing his curl deity led to an examination of a peculiar dirt with which was cov ered It proved to be borax hitherto desfinedtobeoometeal compounds In many folds of in dustry Lucky English Angler- A Juoky anglor on tho first expo once of Salting has caught at Stalne England a golden tench stated to ha the first caught in the Thames for the last 20 years It was 14 Inches long and weighed one pound and fourteen uncos Novel Burglar Alarm A naval burglar alarm has been placed dn the market in Germany com poaod of a small metal disk circular In shape which may easily be carried In the vest pocket It is so arranged that a detonating cap may be Inserted tuid so lloaded it becomes a terror to entak thieves Suppose a traveler is staying in a strange hotel and finds that ho cannot lock his door He places a chair against the door and dips tire disk under one of its llegs ShoAld anyono attempt to enter the room the chair Is forced out of pos motion tho disk files open and the cap explodes Awakening the sleeper The disk may be deed under baggage in purses under bicycle or automobile tires and in many other wayI 0The Blockhead Sergeant Now then dont tyoa know how to hold a rifle Recruit IVo run a splinter In iny fingerSergeant exasperated Ob yon yourcad F t t Hrr bo Automobgla OwnersI motorbyOxyaenrequire the motor taken down and tHe most iperfect system for removing carbon Auto Repairing of all Kinds 1 Auto accessories Oils and Gasoline Agent for the Republic MileageTires and Tubes Trouble car at your commandat at 1 times night and day Phones 138W and 138J I a 1 aragePI IF W BAUMBAUER Prop Main St FREE AIRDRIVE IN Springfield Ky L fBEAT THE BILL COLLEpTORS Physician Had a Method of Ks Own and It Proved In the Highest Degree effective t Several years ago said a New York physician there was a p hysl clan in this city dead now whoso greater fame was as a chemist but he had a fine medical practice iLoi Ia good mAny others who have money to pay bUrs with the doctor was ex tromely slow pay and collectors hMIbard times getting to him when ono called the man at tho doo would ask if ho wished to sea the 0I tor professionally ant It tho caller said ho did not he was assured the doctor was npt in Finally oho of them went at U right and when the men at the door doctoJJlrolesslwaspolitelyA seven more patlontsTwere ahead of him but he Vas Inside at last and on his way to the doctor and hb waited patiently When he reached the doctor and sold ho had come with a bill thero was a great row at once nand tho doctot IIndigndntly berate1 him IJowover being honest enough he paid the bilL The collector didnt care so long as ho got tho money told how ho had andatralghtaI other one tried it and was successful but no more were The third colloo tor got in with a bill for about 15 but ho didnt get out with that amount hI1rofesalonntsame way on profes atonal visits and the word soon got around among the collectors with the result that the professional calls were abandoned After which collections were made any way they could be ymade except that wayIThe Defective Baby At a limo when politicians and len erals have to deride almost ovary day whetherte purchase d trench or a hill at the cost of so itfany human lives thIS death of a helpless baby has set a whole Tuition talking This happens to bo a natfon which cannot boast thdt It cares supremely about Us ba bios for hundreds of thousands ot provontabl0rtcauses They die of tenements which could bo ventilated of mUk that could be kept clean of neglect that could bo remedied They dlo because their fathers aro underpaid because their mothers are overworked they are ruu over on city streets because thero are insufficient playgrounds thoY alt Infected by dirt diseases they aro starved Given a chancp in life most of them would become happy and use ful They aro refused that cbanco be cause public opinion is too indolent because many landlords and business men are too greedy because pou tlclans aro cowardly and ignorant Every year hordes of fine human bo ings are condemned to death because it costs too much to save them nutj tho refusal to keep alive a deformed Idtot tins become a moral Issuer throughout tho nation From the NeV Republic Lublin an Old CityILublin now in thef occupation of tho AustroGerman forces may escape something of te tat whloh came in an earlier day for Ii was once plun dered by the Mongols It is a very old city its cfctaedrc dates from the thirteenth ceattnTand at one Undo it was a great commercial center The treaty of union between Lithuania sad aadlrai wa iniee r 7 Can You Afford Any but a Tlim Kerosei d Engine v AT present avferage prices for kerosener ids Titan et4eirhour over gasoline engines r iariinbdays of work Say that is all your engine does imra year It would cost you 83 more than you nee4tM7 te6 MOTSthahthcow ajvay Saa year 1 Can yotf afford even to thiof t buying a gasoline engine when you can get a TMI thatt orcHSiInternationalj 1Iacorperit1 1iji A Titan kerojino engines are eHl McClitre Simtns af f0 my horse is ks Prompt attention AtMt fc liT z nailing stock so tliat larm work fiwyjBot be si sea 71 it Bell Service 1 J 70oMyourfVrfawrtetdttyAddress Farmers Line DeUtllMat CfmfBERLANDTELEPBONB iE TELEGRAPH COMPAflRT xwrwwTrt BOX 219 xuisvniZJ KY HCorne 1 RR HAMILTON t 4KYtoTH M JfrinCrowi StreetPhona 7JOtto 83Q A M 4 OISXOlKI 100 to 300 P DRif J C lIVED 1iciil u1 sirgeoi 8 toog m cc hours 1 to 2 p m- tz J er ira d na Drug Store t tDLM1 W HYATT r4L0c over Springfield State W Bifik Office hours 1080 a toi24to5pm 4rJV F GRIGBY ATTORNEY AT LAW OMo c Vet People Bank SPRINGFIELD KY 4 biYl P TRU- SiYPENTIST l OKlce over Haydon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices- lLworkguaranteed L DORSEYDORSEY LAWYERS sprgkid LoHtsviHe 10 years experience at Louis ville bar Special attention to collections and adjustments SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tht most economical cleansing and xemfcidal of all antiseptics Is A selsAle Antiseptic Powder to W elinslrss m water as needed As amedicinal antiseptic for douche Jn treating catarrh Inflammation or ulceratlon of nose throat and that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal For ten years the Lydia R Plnkham Medicine Co has recommended Faxtlno in their private correspondence with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say it Is Worth Its eight In gold At 4rstg1tta BOc large L3T or by mL- Ths Faxton Toilet Co Boston Mass b TREES fuBu daand Fruit Trees Straw bBrLryv Plan8 Grape Vines tali rubs Asparagus Rbubarb Hedging etc Everything lor Orchard Lawu and Garden NtAjents free Catalog fIip HilIe meyer Son J841 Lexington Ky iDiG t BAD STOMACH TROUBLE Yields to Delicious Yinol Shreveport La11I had a bad stem ach trouble for years and became so weak I could hardly walk or do any work My appetite was poor myfood would not digest I bloated and was very weak and nervous I tried many reme dies without help I saw Vinol advertised and tried It and now my stomach trouble is completely cured and I am- welLE MARSHALL Vinol is guaranteed to tone up the tired overtaxed and waakened nerves of the stomach nd create strength Taken In Trade The Ignorance ot real cotton on the rt of NaY York cot on tladers his loag been a eubject of disgust In the loutk A Georgia cottoz3 grower re calls an Incident which he ays Is ji truejaeasure of the margintrader bow dge A man who had been a member ot tILe New York Cotton exchange fer 20 yearswas Invited to attend a banquet at the cnttongooda manufacturers annual convention The tabJes were decorated with great clusters of cot I ton bolls The exchange member sat the feast through and listened to all the speeches On the way out of the banquet hall he said to a friend That will a fine feed all right andLl iobd 1k but what I vjant to know la tfalss What Is all that white fuzzy taff In the middle of every tablet lUvttrated Banday Magazine New Profession Tar women Why may college women not estab lieu bookstores in their own cities and twusln all parts ot tho country Bucli stores would meet tho need for a calling and should yield a fair In come The wares are familiar to these women who have at1east a cultivated Interest In them Porlodl IA + music photographs and other art products could bo added to Jie serviioethc store a center where peoplo could meet whore they could oxamlpc books and periodicals vrbllo waiting anti where public opinion couM bo formed The store might also sell tickets fOr IICOnclrtB find lectures and the right woman could exercise a largo In fuence In directingl the public taste la these matters i It la clear that such enterprises a- lai the case of the librarians 30 years and of the more recent social M would have not only to fur t iu ablle needs but would sl e t educate the public to aeaeeds This would ie l technical knowledge l MltttT acue ot the libraries 4M1 tM jcWwfcjt e movement and ji peefel schools wJC have to je dc rflop d to at thnsjftdjLtUBtt Ifoqtblr TT r r I TOWN I 1iiHW eia HH LscI Happenings r IRteru I Ths Freshest anil Latest = AlIAtout Y ureir Friends IatIAcquaintances I IMM SM Kid well insurance agents and real estate dealers Springfield Ky Life Accident Fire FOR SALS One ccoker and canner in firstclass condition usd only one season gsOhe new wind shield fo r 1916 Ford far sale cheap also one sei new fenders CAMPBELL BROS On every purchase of 1 or mora cash at my store you will be presented with 5 percent of purchase price with some article out of stock AO Kimball v Protractedmeetings will COm- mence at Pleasant GrOve church Monday August 28tb at 730 p m and wIll continue for sey oral day Rev SoB Lander of Bloomfield will conduct the sarvices Night services will be held at 7 30 day services will be held in the moining at 1000 Those who desire to alien d these meetiugs wou1d do well to com mence attendance from the first as the meetings are not to be continued as long as usual l All are inrited The Education Association for Division No2 will meet at Mooresvilte Saturday Septem beriOat2amCbthSurnty Misses Shewmaker Nally Hays i Mr Sam Campbell Language in Blementary Schools Misses Arnold Wickliffo and Rudd School Management Miss Elizabeth Isham t Recitation Mr Sam Wells Address Supt Ella D Shaunty Address on Consolidated Schools Prof Geo Colvin The patrons tr stees and teachers are cordially invited to attend Mules For Sale 1 horse mue coming 4 vears 0ld1 mare mule 1 year old 1 horse mule 1 year old 1 suckling mare mule J H Walker t Nearirig Completion Dr H D Rodman is erecting a splendid residence on the East end of Gruudy avenue The structure is nearlng com pie tfon and will be quite an addtion to that end of town We rejoice to know that so worthy a citizen as the Doctor is to make his home in our midst and we gladly extend lo him and his good fainily the hand of welcome In1 The Courts YI j Mrs MaUieLEcwisplead guilty to a charge of using abusiveand insulting language to Mrs Ada Mattingly some time in July cl this ear The two ladies en gaged Iis a fight of wordst the time and Mrs Lewis also swore out writ for Mrs Haltingly Monday was the regular terml off the Washington Quarterl r Court there was a number oif cases in which there was no con test and default judgments mre taken The case of Hyatt s Derringer was set by agreement for Tuesduyaud was tried on Leforu a jjdjry The cast inolvt dI a quesiou asj to the O nersln cf a horse levied on in an actiou in which Dr M W Hyatt hml obtained judgment against Wit TOPICS i 11I51 Derringer The horse was claimed by Jim Derringer and the case resulted in a verdict in his favor The case of the commonwealth vs Walter Lambert charged with malicious cutting alleged to have been done last July near AnIdrew Jackson Votaw The trial was merely an examination of the charge ana the Defendant Was discharged Announces For Jailer In this issue appears the an nouncement of Mr Wm Voor hies for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer of Washington county at the general primary MrIcounty having lived in the north end of tbls county practically all of his lifeI until about three years ago when opentedmade mat y friends since coming here If nominated hp would be elected and make an excellent l officialS J Notice Farmers During ho past week the farmers of Nelson county held a very successful farmers Chautauqua under the auspices or the Coxa Creek farmers club Speeches were made by specialists on crops of alt kinds good roads ruralschool problems and home economics The attendance was splendid aud everybody was appreciative of the efforts put forLh by the Cox Creek club A number of Washington county people worth in attendance and cume back full of the proposition and feel that we can have one of our own during the mouth ofI October at which time we conld have a two aay Chautauqua combined with a tobacco show corn show and wheat si ow offering the best exhibits of tobacco corn and wheat To effect an organization a meeting of farmers Is called for Saturday afternoon at the Court House at 3 oclock at which time Hon WC McCliord will outline a plan of work Represent ative men from Tatham springs Willisburg Sbarpsville Mack vile Texas Mooresville Polin Valley Hill Mt Zion and other IpresentI Mr Wood Young aged 48 years and a former citizeu of this county died at his home at his bomo in Lebanon tthat Thursday after a long illness from a cancer He was an upright and highly esteemed man Be is survived by bis wife two daughters Mrs John Noe and Miss Gladys Young and one son Clarence He WES a brother bf Messrs Robert and Wm Young of this place Old Soldier Dies tl Nitnrod Hendron 7fl years oldI t Ia veteran of the Civil War andI 110ne of the oldest citizens of the county died last Saturday at his home near Riley of infirmities due to age He had been in de dining heiJMi fir several years 18I OO O6OOOOO ooooooooooo OO 8 Noticeg g All persons owing the firm of Mrs 8 Kate Williams will please callat Williams g Williams Millinery store and- o 0- settle accounts by September 1st After S o that date IIwill be compelled to leave i 8 books with a collector as I go to Harlan gQg gi I thank you for past favors and ask 6 a continuance of same for new firm Q 8 8Q8 ggMRS KATE WILLIAMS QoQ QOo ooQOO oo tS i Although native of Wasi ington county he bad made his home iu this county for several years He was a dvoot most ber of the Baptist clwwb Funeral services were held Sunday morning an8itsthe Hughes burii ir z aA him are liis wife d 11n children by a former WAV Lebanon Enterprise Judge McDowell Dead During this week the state has los one of its most prominent citizens it4 the deAth of Judge IbeI past with brigbts disease and at the time cf his death was visiting friends and relatives in CityMo He was ne KansasII years of age and ope of the most ItuckyI Elroy of this place He was married some yeinj to Miss Lettie Saunders of this city who with three children survive Duringuhis Ute be tIlled many important positioW He repr- esentd both the li N and Southern Railroad in Boyle county and was at One time attorney for the State Insurance BordIHays Mr James S Hays died at St Anthonys Hospital in Louisville Monday of cancer of the liver Mr Hays had been in failing health for some time aid was thought to be suffering appEndi- citIs however when operated on it was also found that he had a cancer and that tt wag only a matter of time until the end He was fortvseVen years of age and a son of the late James B Hays of the MtJ Zion neighborhood The Hayes were anong the earliest settler Of he county and have alwaysbti prominent ly connected with its history Mr James S Hay j spent u hsI earlier life in the some neigh horhood and was one of the countyateading an most vor t- ciizsns y He was one of the most progressive farmers and stock raisers of thi county and conducted his tar ing affairs on IaSeyeral yaars tgo he was united in marriage to Miss Nora Bonta who with two children s uryives A short time ago be moved from here jto Shclbyvlllo where he continuejl to reside un til his death Funeral sdtyics and birial were conducted at Sbelbyville yesterday A large number of his friends and acquaintances tram this county attended the funeral for altnough he was a resident of another county we have never pease to claim him M our own PERSONAL IJ1 Sulem Ind is ilio guest of her parents here Mr J H Walker who has been quito ill is improving Mr ij L Smith is spending this w ek at Dawtion Sprin 8 Miss Mayme DohcPy has re turned to Louisville Brother Christopher Mpntgora ery is the guesVof relatives here Mr Joe Moore left Friday for Fayettvile Arkansas to mate bis future home Mrs Henry E blear of Pleas ant Hill Mo iis visiting Mrs F M MaJtin Mr and Mrs A 0 Lake of Cincinnati vUitadui the home tof Mr and Mrs B D Lake the first of the week Mr Martin Hillof Louisville Iis viaiting rolativesin ihe county Mr and I ratS FL Bishop a id Messrs WT Grigsby and U R and A W Eddltman at tended Iho Zone al of Mr Xames aye of St blby lila yesterday MISS Mary G Qason is visiting friends in LJui vILe V Mrs Gabe Wliarton and Miss Mary Steel are visiting jsirs T Scott Mayes in Louisville MrN J R l3ijell apBHt the weekend in Cincinnati Mi s Lulu Ti rjirionH of v LbI anoa i the gue c of Mrs Dannie B anforcl J i rdrsYork City is here for a visit to Mrs C N Cooper Mr L 0 McCarty has return pgrcnslitlIJ I hoattss at a 500 partyruedaI rI 1FI 1 1 F 11- I 1- will continue the business of B D Lake Co III stand opposite L N depot where Iwill keep a full line of IIField Seeds and Feed atII Best Jellico Coal I I 1buying1 I1NORTHERNper OATS bushel Bran 140 per hundred Chicken feed without grit 225 Best Jellico Coal loaded with fork 15c I Call and see my stock Prices guaranteed r 1 LakeLilia afternoon from 2 to 5 The prizes were won by Mrs Steve Thompson and Miss Stella Simms Mr L U Walker ot Louisville spent a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs tf H Walker Mr Feidinand Kuhri of Nash ville Tenn visited friend here the first of the week Mr John Douglas of Bir- mIngham Ala is here for vsitto Miss Carrie Edeleu Miss Elizabeth Spaulding of Bardstown has returned to her home after a visit to her aunt Miss Bertha flaydon Dr and Mrs H D Rodman are in Louisville tOli several days Mrs Kate Williams and daughter Mtae Mabel l left Friday morning for ludianapols and Chicago to buy talll millinery Miss Eftie FOJr has returned from a visit to Chicago IN Mss Rucie Miier will return tonight from a visit to Mattoon Ill Mr and Mrs Joseph Edelen have returned from a visit to Mrs E leleis mother at How ardstowuMr e Medley has re tnrned to his home in Owcnsboro after a visit to relatives here Mjund Mrs ViA Waters have returned from a vist to friends and relatives in Louisvil e IMr W Cr McOhord Jr is spending the week at Battle Creek Michigan DRAMPHAR Optician and Optometrist of Bardstown will be in Springfield at the Walton Hotel next Monday August 28th I special- Ize 4i the eye sight I am in Springfield the second TuesJa and 4h Monday m each month If you have eve trouble see we AH work guaranteed UR A M PHAR Automobile Bargain If taken at once one 5paasen ger Overland car in lirstcla condition 3qO Inq1ire at this office tCommissioners Sale EA Gr ndy etc Pills vsEquttDan Grundy etc Deft By virture Judgment and order o sale of the Washington Circuit Cour rendered at the May term 1916 Ii the above styled cause I shall proceet BOUpidoorMONDAY AUGUST 28 1916 at 100 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highos bidder upon a creklt of It and months the frllowinjg described proji ertv towit IA certain house and lot oi plingtieldIeiMty oC the hbirs oft Anthou- Grundy deceased- For the purchase price the purchase or purchasers with uppruved sccurit or surety muat execute bond bearin legal interest from date of sate unU paid and having the force and effect o a Judgment Bidders will be prepare to comply promptly with piese tcrmao C P B9SLEY M C W C We have clubbing rates will all loading Farm papers ant oau furnish same at reasomibli pnc es It wilt pay you to trade will A J Kimball FISH A 1A BOMBARDEMENT German Shells ProVide Meals for the Inhabitants of a Part of North ern France rl When a certain great stone struc ture on the waters edge1 is being shelled the French soldiers oft duty adjourn to the shore for the entertainment They know the various zchodules the shells run on and time their arrival The Gbrman guns fir ing them are eo far off that the report cannot be beard There is a deep baSs tearing roar closely fol inIhundred feet accompanied by two heavy detonations The bl ncheroc cupying Americans of the ambulance lections they have installed a bench to sit onthen jump up and scurry for a wall which affords protection against the eclats that sing bade from the shells In a second there is a rush for the hot chunks of metal while the nativea emerge from their sheltors to gatho up the fish that have been killed by the terrific con cussionand fisha la bombarde rnent iis served to us the next day J RJrcConnell in the Outlook HIS POSITION NO SINECURE Persian Poet Laureate Kept at Work Immortalizing the Speeches of His Royal Master Persia appears to be the only coun try besides Englaad where a poet laureate has been maintained of re cent years Until MuzaffaredDm abolished the post in 1896 the court of Teheran had for centuries pos sessed a laureate whose duties wcr far more numerous than those of lu- British confrere ilcconling to Xarcisse Perain who spent some years in Persia at tht boginningof the nineteenth century court etiquette prescribed that whenever the shah traveled outside the capital his suite must include a dwarf a giant a jester a historiog replier and a poet laureate The last two were kept busy for while the historiographer bad to re cord for posterity all the doings and sayings of the shah the laureate was It called upon to celebrate a large proportion of these in verse 3t Perein highly commends this custom which he found rigidlv fpllowed IIfor the shah knowing that many of his ut terances and deeds would be crystal iaad in an ode felt bound oq thcst rejial progresses to speak and beTuvu majestically ITeddy Good Shot Roosevelts fli bunhbl instructors was old Dill Sow II all a Maine guide whom when prosl dent the colonol rewarded for yocri of friendship and advice by an office When he was a boy the colonel went Into camp with SewalL Deer neasoi- camo along and they went out to glvi tho youthful Nlmrod his first chanct tor a shnt After a time the colon says thoy saw a stag Shoot shouted Sewall and the fu sure president let go with his rUse The stag ran a little ayan f dropped t Youve got html Youve got him shouted Sewall as ha ran forward tc Invostlgato How did It happenr Why replied young Roosevelt drawlpc bluwelf up proudly I almet for hit reat You done well said Bill Yot t done well l You hit him In the eye Power of Politeness Honesty Is the best policy sal the readymade philosopher Of course It Is replied Mr Dut tin Stax But the public doesnt at ways realize It Most people Would ratter bo cheated a little In an at table way than db business with a person whoso conscience kea Ulli r In a state of Irrltatlo- Many Animals KIUM f LAIKO unmoerB of predatory ammah- ii wcr destroyed last year by feder forest officers in the natlooal fares More coyotcr were slaughtered tHI any other animal nearly SlHWla killed Wildcats were I ta Uu casualty list of these 3S tatviolent ends Tea can B4rt tbu c death list belag 240 Other IIItII killed In considerable BUBhert wn wolves Jynzes and Ktomtala flees Over 40000 acres in the cohto to- eat were cleared ot pis ss W fil aeeefPoJ5 csj 755 t frtiAui IISatllrday S1i1fiek1IwilloI y SSpt 2 I ATONE OCLOCKPM iSell fo the highest bid tPAblic II auction my v I IIHousealldlAt IM I F rtT M alt s I UIWinb V W way f ant 4 j I IstrahleI I I L T BROWN I I e i i f 1 I IIEnan the tirm of BD L f kej IIIUaviiagoldniyjsi that the bMiM M bSCIOdI Ito collectall ec M4c iM the brma once Those indebted to M will p as4eU settle af qnce at the office of B D lAkVsVjDtfttHr Polin Polin whom we have ewffHojt4 ttf rfo M IIand I desire to thank the people fw lb ir Palfoa and trust you will call and tattle at once k T MLSTLSjQ dJ tt ijCOMBINATION f 11 rQuart lloue8 DSa1oonjI = Old WillOw prings wwsey iSpring 1908 eight miMsurt per jl 4 zSprinl 1910 six fiHiHMrc 111 0 Spring 19 12 four suuscsH t itSpring 1913 tkre sin Mr LW We nil tw CtMb M Mr SlIM rtMr JP WecacGeraMIscje 11 t 1 ff Twelve kinds Bottkdisi BeW 11OOWhiskey std bands Per Qwxt p 1a = HEADQUARTERS FOR Brandies Wines Cordials Xlchobo eim SJM ereryN 11 thing kept in a firstclaw Whiskey Ho s ft J W NlG GbEeLEBAMONKY = If you need anytMi hi lUs Wit Why Clt yMibuy It lr If a man ym KMWW I jtvc yta i eII i4 J PiS1C SFOR ijALE Good 12acre faria 01V3 ilt ItopfiaiteW wtll trepaoved halving OB it a food houi Kood bars two li splendid orebard iBqvire al t iisofcce ti1t oa1kIwith thifrMos oarnePkL Ill thtbIodrJwaES 3zao2oiqsLiwatxl 4 1 4 x8OO ivtnlm itha I Is lFIsk UU tT1MLMIitStths htees sd =I1aanIJ3rost mtasa fW tee7 Ysartt- fb trim to be i esM Sh YIL- NpM ttUPrtudee Vb l TtI4vJIIr ee aeei tI esttoy5S pl1 01 geaia- sj e Mttf5jMu55- a Star UkLFO1R Ale4 Interest Is given the opening ol the new Cincinnati Speedway at HuJTMiTllli eat LaborDay September 4 by the fact that Smiling Ralph Mul I ctaHUwlii Ve one of the starters Jn the big 300mile 30000 race For the past jTiyiiarVMmlford has taken a leading part in automobile contests in this IcajMMij Ipnieesaacea art so drivermow before tho public has a better reoord of consistent THIEF AT 1IS WORK AutonatIo Dtvlo That Photogcaph- ifcirilar While In the Act of Plylnfl HIe TradI Tar the fellow who would rather a BlMl U it1waricKf it getting hardW jifl the tlMt says the Birmingham A Herald Tab the ease of the thief who HeM tote a photographic studio In 1 Btllvrnit HL the other day From the viewpoint of the prowler a photo ntpfc ahoy ffht to be quite safe for the plying of Us trade Nothing more 4aaxeroxis theta the chemicals would IM expected In such a placeand like wish little ol Talue to any save the fkotocraplMr i old be found there nBut the onset of the studb in Belle 4 lotoaaeauieaiatte t1H to photograph the Intertse of bin atadlo at stated Inter veleTtiM deice being Perated by nUaary bvflar alam apparatus fNew the paotocraphertaut consid erable iotofraphlc supplies but he s able to fitraka the police the very eetldri ef a deecriptlon of the thief hi fjEet ke throe over several phoU iP7tliket UM burglar at wor one of whicli shone him In the act of put tiaga lent rote his pocket Once tie thief te caught there should fee BO JIffleiUtyI ia proving his gust ike pkGltocrapblbeInC puwertulthongb- r net witnesses Herein to a raxgeatlon which may well tor Uken advantage of by manu apparatusyfgraphic itudlo It might prove effec tire M a protection to bank vaults and ether reiJosltoriee of valuables Ita hard oa tho thief of course but fihen burglary Is letting rather un jiofalar M an occupation anyway WISE AND HUMANE PROVISION Uncle vein Froth Thfs Time On WIK Leek After the iankera Hith erie Neglected rt Tkote who brave the dangers of rfogud Icebergs of that ele Vatfd vubvarlBe plateau east of raps iCod Whet the bankers seek the vcod are to be looked after by Uncle Sam The men of the big fishing fleet wakk puts off from the New England coast from Gloucester Boston New buryport arjd Portsmouth lead xktenccs which are dangerous to bod t fly health and even to life Itself The flihlng craft which seek the t deepsealefseLfaefttlee for net who becqmedi- mMeiJTand the jisnal program has been tkwtyk aJMin pt sick he had to MW tick and takf Wv chances 10f ro iphyslbeetstorially Ia a single season many koaGi aaef lives ere llost with number more of men Injured t yTke Mtlenal fcoyeromant line placed t tk coast guard cutter Androscoggin v at the disposal ofrHshermon that cony- beepmo sic1C ordistbled arut thp Unit q ed States public health bur oln has tW0ttttki ikoatwHhhoBpital applj- Vaacee and fittings Avery thoughtful Sao Attentive looker after the welfare b afed safety of Americans Is Uncle Sam kecesainr fa manyy different ways and t c 1rwon7 Ji knt ij Ij vlRD FA 1i r dx Fariper of Jefterconlan Sim JJclty Had No Dlfficujty n Kec ivIIzLn tcfurec iJrI1a was one ot those stubborn young Mea who carry out their own Ideas rdf ardleMof consequences and when ke itt the tara to engage In the liT e K yeta ItIP tr AseHpr town ppn j tq lw wiexrf hlSall1 rth cM iii was Ito lave a T nips fftiated repcesenv horig iWe by e t1t I r ji + r il M 5 stntiiIyvOljliCi r ens to town and Ute son In 1 kM alloe the stable proud 4 If PkbtM to tht Mp the t fkat a good like t1 et haquested- y iold awn1 ad 3 TaM Ifs a 01 Csv yew I wliaCbsere Star a FOR LEFTHANDED PERSONS +Michigan Jeweler Has Put Forward a Timepiece TJiat Is a TrI ouHph of the Art fpft P Foley a local Jeweler has made the fabled reaper obey that pooh lc summons Backward turn back ward 0 Time In yOur flight a Kale mazoo Mich correspondent of the New York Sun writes He has acoom hIthing by the simple expedient of Inventing a lefthanded watch Instead of running from left to right as In tho case of the ordinary timepiece Mr FOleys watch sends its hands around from right to left tlthetl that the lefthandbd person has such a slim tance In life machinery street car doers and even the hands of the clockwept toward the right hand as If to balk the person who happens to be left handed Just to meet the situation Foley de signed and built the leftbanded watch Other leftbanded persons observing the ease with which time is told on the backward dials exprossn an Interest and it has been found necessary to start a little manufactur- Ing company to turn out lefthandedI watches and clocks A lefthanded wrist w ch to be worn very properly on the left wrist la the next thing to bo turned out Pacific Kelp In a recent article in the JoufQall oi Agricultural Research Mr Guy n Stewart of the University of California agricultural experiment station discusses tho kelps of the Pacific coast u a source of nitrogen As a result of extensive experiments tho author linda that the rdadlnestt with which the nitrogen in dried and ground kelp used as fertilizer is changed 19 am caonia and nitrates In fresh field soli varies with the species and with the way it Is prepared Noreocystis luet keana gives up Its nitrogen with rota Uvo quickness but It iaof minor com purlternavailability of its nitrogen is increased if it used fresh or at least only partly dried Unfortunately macrooya Us must be dried until crisp in order to grind readily The drying should be continued longer titan Is necos Inot and the kelp should nbt be or overheated In tho same ch6D1stJaccount of the Organic Constituents of Pacific Coast Kolps Incidentally he deals with certain Interesting coo I kelpIinordal uses For all three purposes Its QSbfulnMs appears to be slight RIles of Cliff Dwellers Recently discovery was made by fqrost rangers of an unexplored ruin of tho ancient cliff dwellers In the RJosa Verde park and subsaquent de olopments haveproved that it Is both rtcnsivo and Interesting A long t faddor wqs constructed and swung over the face of the cliff at a height Io1 600 feet from the bottom of the canyon The ruins contained 25 rooms but no klva or largo ceremonial cham op such as is usually foundln shot- hir ruins Tho rangers In a brief pd curspry exploration of the rulnfliound 14 plain sight ten stone axes fourteen stone Jars each eighteen inches lirgo and three feet six Inches in clJl rence two small Jars two part baskets one wooden slab five inches wide twolvo inches long obd ono att Inch thick curved up c yuccaropeone piecirjof woven yucca fiber ant 1 bonesit t N p1IlIteiaalIrtoDOwho made their evetinem 5 orabl flight at Kitty Hawk N Ctt ini December 1903 For three years after that there were but two men who cVmid flyWilbur and Orville Wright Since 1906 the advance bal presentEuropean future of e tateni P JL BEATING THE- HESSIAN FLY fMethods of Successful Mich 1IgaD Tattlers At this tlrao when the fight on the Hessian Fly is becoming widespread and ovary implement of war tare Is bolnj used any word or meth od of control is eagerly sought To the pestered wheat growers nothing Is moro acceptable than news of the success of other practical farmers and because of this the experience of Mr P J Simon of Calhoun Coudty Mich is worthy of note It is not a one years tost but observations frgm three crops that the conclusion is basoQ upon As Mr Simons tells it The wheat Sold was severely attacked by the Hessian fly and the average yield that year was 3 to 5 bushels per acre Right across the fence trum my wheat fioid was another on the same kind of ground that had been prepared In practically the same way The difference was that I used 200 pounds bf a complete fertilizer per acre The application was made with a fertilizer attachment to the grain drill at the time of cowing At four different places across the field strips were untreated and the entire field was seed ti to clover Up to Juno 10th the fly had not attacked my fertilized wheat but had attacked the unfertilized wheat in the samo hold to such an extent that the drill rows where no fertilizer was used appeared as wagon roads across the field At this time the field across the famed from mine had practically boon destroyed yielding only 3 bush els pe acre My wheat threshed out 21 bushels per acre The fertilizer that yoar meant an increase of at least 15 bashols per acre to me Now when it came to the seeding where no fertilizer was applied I fail ed to get a clover stand while on the fertilized portion of the field I had the post clover in the neighborhood It shoull not bo taken that ferttW ser will fcil the fly It tent an to sectic debut it fulfills Its mission when tho increased health and vigor of the plants results and thus the fly turns to tho weaker sicklier plants to carry on the destruction Sowing late will help avoid the fall brood but no recourse other than having good strong healthy plants can bo turned to so that the spring brood wlil not have the chance of profit taking STAMP OUT THE FLY 1Throe things are necessary In waging a succoneCul warfaro against the Iteestan Fly viz thorough prepara Lion of the soil so as to form the best possible conditions for germina tion heavy fertilisation if the soil Is not already in good condition so pa to insure a qulek and rapid growth knd late sowing so as to compel the tiles to go elsewhere to deposit their eggsThis extract from Bulletin 194 of the Indiana Experiment Station con talus In a nutshell the main condi Lions tp be handled In the Control of the pest The Illinois Circular 146 aj so makes a good point when It declares vigorous wheat plant is much better able to react against Qn attack of the Ay especially bf stool Ing freely or throwing out an abund anco of now shoots from the root Whatever tends consequently to give vigor to the plant reduces proportion ally the percentage of toes This loads to the conclusion that a fertilizer containing at least 2 per cent ammonia and at toast 10 per cen available phosphoric acid maybe the salvation of the crop and the experi ence of many users hear this oqt With such crop insurance so cheap compared with results obtained the enhanced chances for a successful clover catch always greater by its use rerUllrar will play a very Impprtaat part iIn this fight on Ute Ileeelan Fly FEEDUP YOUR FIELDS INCREASE YOUR YIELDS There is at farmer whom I know who shows that he ia wise He knows that larger yields of wheat come when you fertilizeIWith crop reports much lowor than last year and prices blgh Tbe farnerfiaelly can see that plant ood Is his best buy Sumo nitrogen will help the growth phosphoric acid too A little potaak treuatkens straw and plumps the keraels too Lets help the pleats make geM utalk growth sad Ml the kernel plvrap By feeding them with plant food Sir Then watch the profits jump The profits cone with larger yields the avorage creps don t pay So gplntheWith wheat you bravo a kllhprlctfl crop and eXtra bushels count Fertilize youV holds lam RP your yields an watch your profits mount And when you see lost how it pays this year to fertilize your wheat Next year you11 feed your other crope and all ydir r eordc beat For farmlLg Is a game In which the Golilon Rule applies You teed your crops and they feed you so therefore forUlIzet t 1W Pleat Telegrapnhig New worlds records for fast and accurate telegraphing were made at tho International telegraphic tourna mant In San Francisco a few weeks ago Richard C Bartley transmitted the byIout an error In 28 minutes and 13 see onds and beating he automatic transmitters George Smith Jr Won the re ceiving contest by taking and tran scribing without an error 40 railroad messages In 31 minutes and 12 leo nude American Linotype to Africa The first American linotype machine hat recently arrived In Tripoli Af rica and been Installed by La Nvova Italia the only Mwipayer it tike t colony B rrlH 1 Jl I IFOOTPRINTS ON THE SANDS OF TIME RIGHTS TO BE DETERMINED Eligibility of Pond Rlcan u American Army Officer Ia Being Questioned by Authorities The question ns to whether Lull Raoui Bateves the Porto RIcan grad unto in this years class from West Point is eligible rn commission in the army yaw boon raised Under decision of tko court Porto Ricans are not citizens of the lotted States sad for that reason it was suggested that Cadet Betevee might not qualify as an officer of the army While the queetlon has not been passed upjkn by the leijal authorities tho opinion of those who haves been looking up the precedents is that theI fact that the cadet ta not a citizen tho United States twill not disqualify him from holding a eommlssloo Beginning wltk tile Revolutionary war down through the Civil war for eigners have held commisklQAB in the United States army Without regard to his eftiaenehi tbe Porto RIcan now has the legal aUtuaof a cadet Ho in on a different suites from the loll pinos who under a special act of con gross are penalte i ta take tbe coarse at the military academy Esteves tered the academy and was educated under the same provtokm of law as all other cadet and it is thought that it atI eommlwien In the army Washington Star Iodine for Tasting Wounds Maay liMptlrias roach tho editor dtl lodl1MIof the most convoaimt mrtkods Is to axe a stick iraprggaated with lodlnr These can be obtalaed at any drag store They com In bunches packs twenty in a smelll glass tube The tip of each stick has a head like a match made of TesHbUmatod iodine per cent and Iodide of potassium 40 per cent This when dipped in water liberates an average 10 per cent solution which should bo applied free ly to the cut and left to dry In using Iodine It Is essential to remember that no wet dr petne may be applied Exposure to the air will 1do no harm aijd the sore should be II otIItoot foreign thus trw torn open- ORNAMENT AND UTILITY cy have jKefeTTked to join the olloilV rI liovc heel f a4M to sTnVJn the choir ITSNAME- What shall I load tjjfs column of fxmily dinner pianos 1Why not call it table talks GETTING INTO THE UUUNTHl Exodus From Cities Is Powerful Rea con for Malting the Suburban Town More Attractive Iihls is tho day of the suburb mar arc the people of moderate means moving out of tOWQ It used 1foy1 train to his suburban setatlonwas not there and driven to his homo Now even those living on small Incomes may enjoy the quiet the sweet air tho wholesome environment of the neat country life without its former expenses and drawbacks The eleo trio cars linkingall large cities a perfect circle of outlying withI ments have made this possible Even tee workingman has been tbiught of during the last d cads and many comfortable houses within reach of his pocketoook can be found There are no longer the old obstacles of no stores no churches no schools These and all the jthor advantages of city FieldsIjrouada God meant for the clldre TIlle aIItY SWISS ARE WELL PROTECTED Alpine Passes Could Be Stormed Only In 1mendo1 National e no light upon a state of less than 4000000 Inhabitants although the nature or the country lends assistance Tho mountainous boundaries which sur round the Swiss on three sklus aro aluable allies but the lowlying country on the north from Basel to the lake of Constance Is seriously expotod This is the part which in ike past has tempted the Germans and French to try flank movements and whro tko Rhine would be only a hindrance not a prevention of Invai slon Between 1CC3 and 1710 at least seven expeditions of considerable mil nary importance marched across that portion of Switzerland without regard to the feelings of the inhabitants Since 1815 the neutrality of that region has beenon the whole observed but the Swiss have maintained theI greatest possible watchfulness during periods of war Thd Alpine passes are approached by fine broad roads of comparatively easy grade and could be readily j mounted by armies and their artl1I lery but this must be done in single column and the risk to an enemy would be tremendous At several points long tunnels admit railways and Ute obstacles to peaceful tom tncrce have boon removed No war has brought the tunnel t tho test of defense but ovary preparation been mado to stop tho entrance of onemy Elaborate fortifications hasI the 8L Gothard combine both road and tho railway while theii Rhone valley is fended by i works at SL Maurice and shullarI i On the southeastern elfewItalians and Austrians contend fort e Stelvlo pass at a height ot 10900 felt On the south the boundary Is compli rated by tho lakes which extend from Italy or Franco into Swiss territory Along Lake Geneva a wide neutral yoarsIReview ofRoviewa JAPANS RULER A WRESTLER Bested In the Art So Popular In Hie Empire bythe Son of f Poor Farmer The mikado of Japan whose sub Jects havo been doing so much to holy tho allies In the present war H a thorough soldier and has a wonder knowledge of military tactics and history When he was quite a boy he was induced by his father the late emperor to take a keen Interest in the principles of national dcfehseHo was taught wrestling and was made to try his prowess with young men In l tho humblest walks of life On one occasion he was present wrestlingtournament the matches Ho threw all of hsopi ponents until there stepped Into ring a young farmers son of burly build that it was evident theffr the futuro mikado would pave a rough time of IL However he manfully to work but was heavily beaten and had to confess that the farmers son was victorIAfter tho the late emperor sent for the umpire and pointing to the farmers son who was feeling rather uncomfortable at having beaten his future sovereign ho said I wish to speak with that young man When the lad appeared before him tho soxhenceforthcompanions of my own son ofI will live and study with him while remains at school for later an when ho becomes emperor he will need many a man like you TheJielr to the imperial throno ot Japanjand the common farmers became the greatest of friends the present mikado possibly b01JJ treat deal of his democratic spirit that memorable wrestling bout J GRADES IN MEXICAN ARMY American Woman Learned Something From Visit Paid Her by a Detachment of Vllliatal rSome years ago a humorous story wont the rounds of the newspapers about a young lady who at a gather lag of the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution herd her head exceedingly high explaining her haughty demeanor on the ground that she was descended from a bona fide private soldier the only private she was convinced in the Revolutionary hosts The following incident would seem to Indicate that the Mexicans why are fighting today are almost as wen officered as the patriot army 9t the young ladys lively fancy An American woman now safe In the states writes that flub soldados of the Vllllsta following one day rode In to her remote mountain camp They Wer yory decent fellows u l made no threats still In the absence of bet husband It seemed only wise to give them plenty of food and drink alsp to yield gracefully to the request of OIl ot the number who said he was the captain for the loan of a blanket Pretty soon a second warrior tnuImated that he too could use a to advantage in his campaigning adding that he too was captain Whoa a anInounclngtheir hostess paused In her distribu tion ITellthis entire detachment composed ofllI cantatas Ob no scnorai replied the oneI who had first spoken I am Captain Primoro this is Captain Segundo and that li Captain Tercero ThoseIn dicating the two remaining are the private soldiers And at this tho admiring senora according to her own account at once cave a blanket to each of the two high privates in the rear rank moved by sympathy with them for txr ing captained firstly secondly and even thirdly and also by admiration ol them as belnr such rare birdjl Youths Companion GET BEST MILK IN WINTER Recent Investigations Serve to Show That Former Popular Impressions IlIlHaveJ Been Wrong It has always been believed that productIsummer when tho cows have the best pastures But recent investigations conducted by the Massachusetts state board of health fail to bear out this widespread popular belief They indi cate on tho contrary that under current conditions tUft milk obtained In summer is if anything somewhat In ferior in quality to that obtained In tho winter when the cows aro shut up in atablosIAt a temperature of 50 degrees thi bacteria in milk will Increase In flip hours from throe to thirty times the initial number while at 70 degrees they wilt multiply 40000 times This Is why milk should bo kept cold Milk will not sour for several dan f packed in Ice- Chases Valuation William M Chase figured amuglnslj In a transaction concerning himsol and an ucartlstlo congressman who owns a bad painting Isnt that grand r the latter re marked when pointing out his purchase A groat bargain too Got il for four hundred dollars and William M Chaso says It Is worth ten thousand dollarsA of too painter heard this statement and took it to Chase who smilingly explained He cornered me ono day and want ed me to fix a value on St but I told him I couldnt do It He then came at me with a estloa I couldnt dodge Well Jilr Chase how much would you charge to paint a picture Ilk that 1 assured him most earnestly that I wonldttpalnt one like It let tto tk ujuid dollars I I LifeS 4 I want tto ttell you what wonderful l benefit I hart iJ iMrs a O yIt t r MIl ooiiRlliver and stomach troubles I firmly btlfev BlaokDrMicht slaved my little girls life When she had the mlnlln tMsBlackDraughtmore trouble I shall never be without BUCKDRAUGHf in my home JJFot constipation indigestion headache didness malaria chills andfever biliousMSl and aUWllar ailments Thedfords BlackDraught has proved lie a fete o reliable gentle and valuable remedy S If you suffer from any of these Cbmp by BUcfc Draught It iis a medicine of known merit SmttryitvV years of 1arudold t M feott Children Cry for Fletchersu d VV 7Jl The Kind You Have Always Bought and which hU fee In use for over 30 years has home the signatwe slute been made wader his pier iranti supervision since its faia ey Allow no one to deceive yo tinkAll Counterfeits Imitations and Jurtasfod arebeet JExperiments that trine with and endanger the health Infants and Children Experience against ExpezfaMa s What is CASTORIA v- Costorin Is a harmless gabstttate for Castor otI Yesi4gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is P1MM M3t contains ncitlier Opium Morphine Bor other 3Sagttii substance Its age Is Its guarantee Ifrdestroys Yeetse4 tand allays evcrlslmcss It cures XHfxrrhceft ami Wltfi1 or Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CMMtlpnttam and Flatulency It assimilates the Food egeiatey1b Stomnuh and Bowels giving healthy and Blttiual ring Tim Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of ctThe Kind You Have Always Bougrf In Use For Over 30 Ye oennwH coumnv rr Yrtcrr vt Lhia YOU re+ DIVORCE YOUlfSELF a From Dirt Dust alMl Rrpwy zfiCoMlHaatioa P wuaMlic5 Q Releuefrerhaee tiestsid ner ing sad 1iI1i fare =the irr rserlaltp ot Jest udcenM pat aw Nii J Wjfcc we al la s V-Md the tddMbieeed be aMiwi rthe use of Uw Deatlr Chaiiu lhrsr Sweeper wUck aUiM- e y ued powered Mdiea leaw1M AUK eM Md t1s M dust bead m yeur nf ad tYss rise rerolnofr- 4veUagt Lvp1rt 1Ma etc t tHE SWCErfM aw safe m lUcMM ail T rider a rguar ek let eM Yeley la yog cwm ha ht tQ F198 rCk ret more detabae tairstt wrIte 7etaA- Agents Wantttl NATURES ESSENCE saEnacted From fatest lfNttum lm are erica but diif etc followt If these IIsweerwrsetebw Go itrig tc nature for the cure to the Icreit tbce are ssyeeiu141awe can fathom for you Take tbj bark of the aid cher j tree Mist tNt iirNiaiiet Itooe o on rnpc root queens root ulJooroot lead golds sees tic nonale 4iio extract of them with just the riiMreerti eisd pes Jue J Doctor Pierces Galldca i edlctal IIM at r It took Dr Pierce With the assistance dif two kaeei eiesiats ice Tw 4- Aard J work expcrimtniD to make this pure glyeerio extract sed aJMirti s 1It s fteaest efficiency and without tl r ci a particle of alceW Just the tart Of remedy yee ased so ebe rielw1 blood and co hat Iasekude and fetK t ot Mrw Dr Pierce C Jea Medical DweorefrkMM MrA PUBUC ArraovAL and bee sold more I rjjely M Hw gat +rq years than say other blood purifaa sea to13cl tease omet1mo ego I sst oat of ealthmiteaokteod1S ileat os the writer Juu WfIrUof 45 MIJ cam trvato Alert with all tV doctor at Leie e a other pcclIits on tt msth sal dhwsUvg oisrat No iti lie coNin nitsl whzt4 tto Pr Pierre tMt i lied sitep11 D1sis4 l te l a ete p1e lhecowY said Js rut sets 1lra taqbeJpttUJeiI J lfll itses- a wrujbrae rl JIrrrc r ttctAtisret + e t J iWANT a Better jQJ IIThat quntton win be as ion almost daily by business mee nelit-ssetvice it qunliEtL the Draughonlralgwd Jtw ambldoaM More hANKERS indorse RAuGHONS Colleges than lagorte anoMIpeas colleges COMBINED 43 CoUorel Ia 18 State Internseoalrpatsde w LaderrcerlaBookkeeping e Ilol 4 the United States uy that Draugbon ws deoMrrnr anti lttn are 41fromShrthaei Practically aU U So oftlCATaIOQ Pot pubs oa da court reports write the tettof 3Y NAIL vita juo PDShorthan Draughoa College teach PrtidIi 1WIrII Whjrt Because tbey know It kAf fuI oft ArcUCi DRAUGHTS PHACTICAI ieakvM 4 or llhy w se Xea YpalaslXlr The Daily YeninSan New Leader both one yearJPBF 350 0 p 1h