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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yjyI II r ZJSAAED 1XMINI 1883w I i I YOt XX f 23 1 ct r SPRINGFIELDI WASHiNGTOpouNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 7 SiftY h KJIIo oooelf IsCaniu1Iy- PiaJUMd BAwftrjL VM4croa formerly wmJUtmk ilaiita foreman of the L J t turn pTa- ebi wftst bM be y employedl in the reread shops at South kbrthe pa t five years Jr i j sadkillxi hI11If at the- b et lam J Jr IfMfjjiMr Finley tate asiy iitfiU Letters in his F tot ibt k Wt that he had t waVtke over Domestic affiars TttfefMeral eervice were held Is44ilnTylor county 1 Tfipay aad bur la1 was in the JI iiry ibpe PaUerioe who was a son of JWjafa Pattereon of theFiqley II t MttfcM wae a yCHrig man of flno 1 and modest disposition 5 Iu aMiitive to bi s work- 1 everyone Wbo knew him MKeeVnim His death came as a t kmkboUi to his IaaidfI 7 r younar man arrived here fcejtfce 8 tclock tran from Lou JerJjK Satirdgy night and to Mgerall person who knew him fce kalkeig cDerfuliy at no time WtJraatiBg otner than that he J e eM tor a short visit to hs- bOBQfe Going td i local ga ke Wcured a machine and a wiYer and was taken to Finley I pheie he arrivtd at a1Jatehour kjjsW mTKofc From Binl li y he td by the home olht5par 1sJt Ih resideuce of f ant notti roagh tb4 yard to Mr Hunts Mr Tfcfc barking of a ogonl sedMr Hun aid thaknf aoone wasat temp iX to stiill SOme wheat in the barm he Went out in his yard A iMOOMmt later be sw the flash aad heird the report of a re JIplnr at th barn r t rSS rw T iw ThJ r ti 1- 1S t Kt r i itt THE NE li t t LIi D w t Wf t rtlif t QI jlr I I4tJIw J- L1 t i I t 1f ljt J + 19J61t T11ftV r t llViare4 brotherinlaw iMita I1 Ritffrnngto the house Mjf wbolpurriedto Investigation Just inside tb door Mr Hunt stumbled over the body of his hrotherinJaw who was breathing his last Three letters all addressed to Mr Hnnt were found in Patter sens clothing In them fan asked v that his wife in Louisville be noticed of his death And statedl j that he bad come to Finley be cause he wanted lodi at blsol home He also asked that hi g people see that his two children 4 and 6 years old be cared for amLeduca ed and gave directions abou his burial The fetters were written before his nrriyal herB anti yere in his clothestit the time be conversed with loctfl friends pear1jJuddchildren suryive Lebanon Bri 4 rpriso Fair Invites Veterans Th management of the stat Fair has extended a cordial in Vitalion toalI ConfeHerateivet erans to attend the fair ton Sep tember 12 which has been set apart as Governors and Military Day Especial courtesiesi will be extended all veterans who at tend Those who do attend are r quested to meet at the office of W J Gooch the fair secrataiy at 11 oclock tht morning and join in a short parade a com- panied by bands playing Natipnf at airs The veterans a rve requested to wear their Uonfeder ate uniforms Confederate but tons or Camp badge one or all Children CryFOR FLETC- HERSCASTQR1A Dog Saved Child From Being Killed efhe right kind ot dog makes a splendid protfctpr fprthocbilI dren It seems to be the chosen occopaCion of certain breeds tto watch the little toddlers whei the parents eyes are not upon them How many times d ear the quickwilted fourfooted thelI1Instances are without number The editor of the Fort Deposit Alabama Clarion sends to us for publication the following true neighjIj gentleman has a full blooded registered collieabout lone year and a half old Foalso has a biigtiittlei boy of three The little boy and dog are great friends Whreveryou see one you see the oiUefe Some time sgo the little boy came don to the dragstore to pay his father a visit Many trains pass herpin the aftefnoouf and he asked his rather to let him go outside and see xhh as hey passed His tfuther gave him permission aud the boy vjeot t out and stobd at the edge of the pavement for awhile the dog keeping close to his side Soon 1a fast passenger train came along one of those that dosent stop but rushes past at about fort miles an hour Childlike the little fellow left the pavement and started to go neirertbo track Afterfcomg a few steps the collic took hold of the boys arm with his teeth and wouldnt let him gdj lOOP step nearer the track until thj fast train had passed The Hut Tellow scolded sthadog and struck him with his free hand but the collie set back and heldl on to him until hd express had gone by 4St Duringthls week tte will have a special demonstrator from the Majestic Factory to Explain hotf tie Majestia is madb and Why it is absolutely the best range wl y Itlasur longorand cut dovn repair expenses why it bakes bread evenly top aidts and bottom vithout turning why it uses so little fuel anIlslLves food waste Bet X wjf explain its labor siwing construction and why it hats an abundance of water+ ji fR t P9d and h9ta wig convenient and usefuL thing jto lve a bgnpplv of hot water rl way o tin hand rn tit Tr Tcbuf a rangeby mill is almost certain tqend in disappoliitmendand loss ofmOnpy ynaay kba Exactly as ruprSrmted y6t iiot be what you thought lt was tor what wanted5SOU IV tT Here you can SIt SV ry part of the Majestic you can know wlat you are getting i DeCIde rangeYurange 1 Jl1rs reputat on The deyioostratir will answer any ifue Jtior re tng to stoves i J Souvenir Day If Tuesday Demonstration WeeK from 3 to5pin JBJestic Aeroplnes FRE- EChi1ds t I1UN FUN FUN- S rttris old r and young you can have a world of fun with the Majestic Aeroplane It is easily Yi mate to fly troth 10 to 50 feet in the air You will all want one Dont fail to get yourS The flrtwm boys and RKIS who present to the Majestic Range Salesman at our ptoru b lweenJii and 5 p m L on Tuesday written answers to the following questions will receive one of these aerpplanes FRKB1 j iS What is the name of yoar molhers range and how long has it been in uso 2 Givenupiea or any persons you know needmtt anew range ai Why la the Majestic known as the Range with a reputation Iitt Nh 4 What s your jgeSI When w yo blrhday i r f100 Article FREE 1vnr g1rlivng tthe neatest and best anver to the third question may selecanybOO artiCle IPNart stok in addition the souyenir I J A Prize For Everybody 4fua t 4t g1Jtyou nntt ne of the 125 to Jtt an aeroplane You will receive rMatastic Pusfrqtu you many hour of amusement Bestirs to havo sour answeru tcaiv to hand a liTtoIelldtly utUfrnoon between 3 and 6 They must be writteu if you wish torecelye J t r4L 81J T1his a true story out IrHi Otflourishe Tba og1s worth his weight in g ja9 proved to be much more with its charge tlian the avpragQ 1nurse woud haVe been Our Dumb Animals prPaper Famine nd The price oi ipper Whhasj beqnadancedIJotn 100 to 200 per cent or mote over prIces prevailing a yeafr ago seraously threats the lifbof a larum her Qff publication lhrQllJ out the country end greatly lessens jtbeprottisof other It is doubtful f any other large industry in theyuoited I States has had to face so aferidns a situation because whenmrjc s of faw materials tJvead winced the m nUfact rerblor the flifisbed products have vane4theirp- rlcCs l and thus t town tngiburd en on the ultimattt bonsumSr In tho newspaperb4inesst islias not yet been doflej Tuea ews papers from the largest dailies to tne smallest Iweekliesl have been bearing thty burden fwhicb to many publications wij mean complete destruction and ft mat y oJdlers the wipinkut of a prof1- tIhd the Ofr the country been efend ne1pperstheir own have the interests i tooIwould before tjhis have ttkeh to save tpbmselvesby ani advance in sdbscriptionv price and in advert ihrates4Jilder belland they car njot postPlltIt much long r wjithout serious financialemba4rasinnt to many or them Hundreds oftbesmall- nf weeklies i i41uling Tinie reI blvebadbuttween loss and profit twill we fear suffer most seriously and many of them disastrously un- Less the public promptly recog nizesThe situation and accepts an advaice in subscription aud in advertising rates and thus savesptbe situation The day labors the mechanic the farmer and nearly ah bu- sesi interests manufacturing mercantiievunde- tbe activlan of tie times are showing Jarge earnlngs than for years Biit the neWspapers as a whole are m9tlng a more perplexing problem m the doubling andin some cas s the trebling of price ot paper atd m the absolute inability to contract in ad vancefor supplies than they have had to face before The statements which have recently appeared in the daily papers on the subject do not at all ex2 aggeraie the seriousness of the problem Manufacturers Rec ord Going On The Road A special from Ma field says that George Bingham will start on tbe road with his bgwalli w show sometime m the early pan ofSeptember As the editor of of the HogwallowKentucldan Bingham has made a national reputation us a humecous writer Hehas announced that he will resume the publication df the Hogwallow Kentuckian at an early date He will write the copy for the weekl while on the road Wtth the show and will em ploy II business manager to look after the business interest of the paper The Hogwallow ICen tuckian Jill be published at Paducah whord the office ofthe weekly was locaed o= oW3sZii S caP p eIr crta t c t SpecialI Demonstration and ateS l i 3 t i J GREAlLrI t I I it MA JE5TIG Ir S 1 7 RANGESi v The Range W4Reputation u w r 41For one week only E GolitiFnencing JVlonday September II This 80C Set of Granite and Copper Ware FREE I Li Asa special iudueement unring our demonstration week onlywe will give with every Majastic sold o6e handsome set of kitchen were as illustrated E cry piece is tbe finest brf fts kind and the entire set cannot be purphasEd forlbss tItan 300 Thelcep ot the Majestic remaTns the same as ifl ways and the quality of the slowq is the same This kitchen ware fs an outlnd out t present See it at our store t t t Everybody Welcome h Evenoub ou do not xycnt to buy a now range fight snow lt will be worth your while to atWcl this qemon trl1ti abp know aM taljont the Majestic Range You are placed under no oblfgallon to buy i r tC 4IIJ CeepthisDate inyoiir minds eye Brinjf you neighbo wirn I you j MoCLURESIMMS Another Falsehood Shattered Col Roosevelt and other Re publicans have devoted much criticiRthto the alleged ioefflci jencv of the United States Navy under the Wilspn administration i mar1Qitions and fiuds that the reverse of the charges is true the navy being better organized better bettersupIeconomically operated and better balanced than at any other time in its hisicrj Every branch pf greatly1918 and the organizationt of the Atlanticfind other fleets developed to a higher degree of efficiency The present administration has added ninetysix vessels to the active and reserve fleets ID the Atlantic and will have 25 battleships 48 destoyen 22s submarines and 72 other vessels 172in ail cooperating in the summer moneuvers this year During three years the ndmims trallon has authorized tbecon struction of 10 dreadriaught and battle cruisers 4 scout cruisers 29 destroyers 76 submarines and largely increased the ammunition v torpedo and p ojectiia outputsl It has also established a naval reserve saved the country t1110000 on armor ci n fads and effected numerous other cont acts ag grsgatirfg millions Desertion has dropped 50 per ceat and is steadily decreasing Secretary Daniels has added 6331 men to the enlisted men of the navy and lor the first time in many years there are more men on the pav roll of the navy than Congress has actually authorized Viowed from every angle the Wilson administrationi has been th fJ w IQ ttv 1l h accomplished tntheI0rf thtvgop of the country than any in tne memory ot men Tbe peopK will not be fooled by criticisms that have no foun datlon but recognizing the great services ofr Woodrow Wilson wilt see that be is reelected to coniipus his efforts to relieve the country Republican misrule and thereby inalhtainl prosperity Notice To Road Contractor Sealed proposal for the im prlJvenientf or State Ad Road in Kentuckywill Court at tire Gountp Court ETousd in Speingfleldr Ky until 12Qclocknoon Sept IS 1916 The work prooosed to be done rnvolves approximately 500 cubic yards os excavation 4800 cubic yards of surfacing 30 cubic yartlVof concrete- Six mile resurfacing ftwide Approximately 4800 cubic yds crushed rocli Acertitled check for 250 musj eccompany each bid sub mitted The right to rtject any andall bIds is reserved Plans aria specification mat ba seen arid form of obtaiuod at the office proposalI Wycoff County Clerk Washington Kentucky alsoat the De partment of Public Roads Frank fort Kentucky oJf A WVCOFF County Clerk Sheriffs Sale 32377d1retedClerks office of the Washington Circuit Court in favor of A Russell against R T Gardner I or one of my deputies between wlJlonIand 200 oclock pm at the Court House door in Springfield county of Washington Ky t expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the follow lug property or so much thereof as may satisfy the amount of the Plain tiffs debt interest and costs towlt A certain tract of land situated pn Washington county Ky and bounded on the north bYSt Rose and Lurotto plkr on the wee t by Dr Wright and Lud BalVon South by KIdwell heirs and 4 D Stanfield on the east by John A Medley md s3hool bOUH lot and contains 28 acres and two roods Therejs excited from this boundary 14 Ret b VUdebt interest and costrft9I1nto i TERMSSalc will be Iona- cr lt ofthree inQuths bond prdv d security required b t I- sterstatthetaeot6peCst n jforceJithdayofVuncWie 11 EDDDEnWC III iA jt rHerfrareitome r cif J siI tbefaceIIintelligence An Jlt71lsd- anc bats1ly JnainVan5wnbeaa tthe face i totKeep Smiling keep herfal et the saS1 n on your lace to make up for anylacl oii nDtnrespar PBeselflsti Dot g fflk iboilr hoir You lodlr but about what yo CM Clbtl b1 lot rjbirCpdtiiCistework add tak plenty ofexer cise Live HVori can iw1 tlM open sir TJae jyafte eiifrpcy iinside and out Forget a1rAbout yfiar 4Mlr t he i tltleaboutryingtcr ness icToYher KftliP thiitryea could hear what other piljirsaying arbcut you when yo areI notaearryon wiUjbhink S oebeye found real beauty Pohtsji t iJapoNotlneit 5icbT- heWilson t Adml nistratiori d 2 stroyed the monty trust and the panic trust r TI acnlevel preparedness It pas ej the hipplqg Bill feno distbiitsnbidies It enacted a Rural Cfrediuilll for the benefit title Tarnlir UbI1I it tai n d1 peaces with Europe and with Mexico wilhout Sacrifice of eiidrights5 It added to the sltratldhealth ot future Amerlcaa br berlBillBillIt ecu red prosperity with baeitI atOrJameato Wilson thaVjf I sare nflbossedunownedj1511- 1LII1 j When peace shall spread II 9bloodychamber of the just hiptoriut when thetiin and the roar pi political t anVagqnlasi and passfoo of Jartij nship snail hayS diad away whennprlnciple shall act nat men and parties ratb r ttjam appetite when ambltioa iKI I have no longer lure men aa4 parties to unjust attack tht nii torlan will accord to joj sz your Administration a forcmott p ace in the republics Ute Good FarmForSak I desire to sell privately my farznol J2 acres on theBaria town pike four mIles from Sptjngfltld UflrstcUMilkroBjr land half of it Crtwright crWlc welttprqcnasr tobacco and stock bain weU Watered and haisaKoodorcbmzij L Write callor phone BEN CECIL R FDl e 1rn4LIiPL ilia n L ffWLl r t Theuba + M ecniRtry f uJiica aiL Mii rallIpWjy J TbsUait4b1a4a 1M t iaitai lrln 1104IUWv SSMiMsb s Ia 1b4Sxeciisidorius The Deoera1i 1aJMI1JTl JIa t1J i hejr8litC j r IMrfruM lite M411ii 7wrttbEP41Ul IaMWa- th4 thsry jTbe t fUd lis1 dftW lw T1srsssnavi44 aeet W JU inl iJ fntuWareeo PvqispV- MI ee14ePXSL 1 ThihL p1sUisSll e ad a t B rIJ kPreaciutthslavc 1tOI arse of that eaill t pQJ we WhMk ptin t r tbe Utat S it tiaj4lblb HilWIl 41 i WW 4apifi tiilft 1IeJMi BstbiLb1NLTy s vs Tbey brittle iIIJznIOI t dIk ze1h c34i tt atIshI4 0- 1SraJ r lM the lffrei S1dil- 5dIIYtdr11lD c l1ie IaptWsIiueus t1f oCfJaowe bb Jas 1- aMM 1I Jon h tora i iIt 1 I- HeIN te r1Vtdy alp fr 51 LaejPTbko t 6- 6as aII 1assraa4 alL oaIeek TM oAr a oa to Eari tTI 110 on OMB mf fJf a- teeiarto oeroMok Stse I 9FFINE I j1 IwmonthspCeMiMS9it- r TtCdy1SepLejI1 LI ATibPIoffr forsia iyj1IM thUM1 tJlf Bl Spike and kaaMSA httttnt Abgiur- 2AS I r111locMd foar a5S ft4 Ipi1m s an of tkM K 1JiiTiJt IL v11aH WfMi MY rroM bdsU1MMc it land wtiWi wUI mr asytWl Os a f d ptkSz t cbilpaAhw Ja irni 4aauIhbUO ee dq of isIs a M5I5lOI1IlI SSU Markibarry as 4iits I i r CtASlMARKSB lLflflUrllrIamsluJnhlL1Juwtrnts1tuJuuul rnleete1 L It PNtlLP KY sraasaaaewgYllsdT L lLr bliMen t srii MtM lpeiss UKy Poet ta M sifiiii else mH raaisr ass Wj ae1f11MiiM is assteSI- CeU YtOHI1CSfor emifdtntei Wa hiBf at sity shkjeet to the action of iwIl Mil pijiiI7 Attpel 1917 r jI Fk VWw r tint J I1l k Parks has raturped tiMM kr PfcQville aftpr an riait lo her Mister MrJ l M CttltriMt MtraM fiI- 11II rst Howard Lewis Lsd ih Jairat Bardelown r7V14u Nall y was i of My latet Week Mr Wlllk CacheT attended tali sVTJBtiwa Fair Thursday I111ft 8 iHcI Yooum and- WMrtsi wAataa of her sis J jsw MM Frtfckm Moore I UMteSftrAh Hen Wofordwas o HM tIjlMr fraudfather last 7 r here attended 4lzssppstatl Maud Saturday Mr a i Mrs Richard vW4i1 Mr and Mrs C R b 19Mr aad Mrs t1B Carus M fcitirM distal with Mr and Mi Ckyton Wcford 8qnday Kelsorn tNay iftat Satiday night with Mr ad stint O1orgEBQdi- aeColrwetrneri J Sale oJ4IFW MeEkey etc Plffs e EquityTIfs vkSMe tjBdtment and order of sale et vraekinftton Circuit Court ait tie May term 1916 Jtieate e M led cauee I shall pro Eonsfeet e f 1916ii 4169 Scott pn or thereabout highestiMAert Jk theJkJ e inWi leech feck about W miles esMl et fieId and formerly l iMtsW coilsilI t JDostfas d h4e iretelM Improvements b residenceteam o twiaEa i teatifdlailey W WMeE f aM for lWOO with alLetilAHrtit from Jan J 1911 t creditYareftof t 92 flt3iKor 2 17664Di= f fVJarat 6 tiM Mtimattd oOO t618788 l1W stt Iuehce the p rcbaaer aecurieruntilNiW effectaIII Me fftmftiy with these tennsa 14J CT 08Linr M C W CC 1ANJM TSMBSI for It Putlnv TMra1 yew htr grew This i aeco Vascerthshtlie eevrt that he kai Hfasting for seiefYfe plwt fee Before his fast which hd lasted SI due be Ball hie fceKry was M bald as a billiard ball flew leek at It ad he pointed tome top of his head which was cer end irith a wHdernees of hair that wcxdd hare made hlstellclble to any all Atatles n football teas According to tits hermit If the baldheaded man joUews his iBrtrmctloBs the famoul limitt rew at a sauafcal coaedy will ne- core coaslst 9t methlng but nude domes These nee the directions Lire Is the opt air drink about two quarts eC water a lay de not eat wed Nix om the eats If any bald headed person does blue says the hen mitt In a couple ef moths his thlnh fug apparatus will resemble that of Ruses Cossack Be It Ever to Humble When war broke out In Europe a J5a rannah negro had beem doing a bone rattling baajo th Bptag act none of the London ute halls and like the wouldtlGeorgia negro who told Judge Latshaw go so far that it wevld take Ii9 to send hist a postal card he wanted to get hack hors Along with a zalscellaneous company of Americans fee was besieging the American consulate when a southern er the crowd noticing him said Nicker what are you doing here Wheeling with the light of discovery In his eye Rastus replied Fo Gods sake hots slst dls nigger to git back UolOeogy Ise so hungry 1 on heap cJ11aJcwwW F Retort Courteous Chairman Walsh of the industrial holdetag his own with millionaires They tell a story about a millionaire with whom he played a round of golf dur InvestigaFIt was on the jellllonalros private sours and Mr Walsh teeing off sliced the balL which loll Into a marsh New bait cadifhe said Bat Mr Walsh the millionaire reo raonstrated arent you going to loo let hat blur rNo air Tm not Mr Walsh an swered lt Mr WattIt persisted the m tooalre that ball cost 75 tends Mr Walsh looked the millionaire la ytdie eye and staffed My dear aube said when I get id be as rich as yes are maybe Ill b loedput new on here q Jolly Optimist is giventH f oate was naked how long the war would last It will last a great while or a lift t while according as yoare au optlst let or A pessimist said Lord Reading storyTwo under a tree somewhere In France This war will lost a long tlm ret said the first soldier Our com pony has planted rose bushes in front K our trench Oh you Jolly optimists said the ether Weve planted acorns In fromt tours TaxoTray Cochato outwitted an East Mahoalng township assessor by piano tag his two don in sacks and hang lug the sacks to the telling of his coat house Believing the titan owned dogs the assessor made a thorough search et the property but could not find them When asked where the dogs were Cochato replied that he had hanged Ujom Cochatyto escaped the dog tax had 00 not been so pleased with the joke fiat he could not keep from tolling IItt Indiana Pa Plspatch to Philad6 it North Amtrimo pt Bankrupfp 8aIe 1 fatto an order of the United States District Court for the Western District of KtBtackp in the matter of R H Edelen Bwdtript the undersigned as trustee of 1 tiw iNuakrtapt estate will until 2 PM 4 SeptemberS 12 19I6i Vit Receive Sealed Cash Bids at r = 4 J71I Paul Jones Buildingg ttperthe following corporate stocks 757 Shares old InterSouthern Life Insurance Co stockconver tted into new stock will be 5209 Slum 50 shares Castleman aic Prcferred Stack X81IWslMiDistlers Cooperage tJ Ben F SiifimsjT- nrtj of RH isXelcn Baukrup OLD MME FOH rYEW SHIP rAppellations of Famous Sea FIhters May Again Be Used In Arner r lean Ffaet Mould congress provide for the coa 1xrnctlon of several battle cruisers the aavy department will Small probaWmy name the uew ships after several fa mous old frigates which helped to make American hlstorT the Cincinnati Tlmee Star stated The starting of a new class of ships m our navy makes possible the carry theJreentItJeahlpaers after and torpedo craft aftet ftoIU8craft have been designated by useful numeralltaken great Interest in ships bearing their names but at the same ime the present rule has been responsible for the disappearance from the navy lists of many names which are alive with historic Interest and the flavor of naval tradition If tho navy department puts Into ese the idea now under consideration glorytoar4a Constellation ormaybe a Hart ford onto more going to sea under the flag The famous old Constitution is still carrfedaltiOug1nomlnaUy on the naval lists As long as she will float American will Insist that she keep her honored place But there are still left plcmty of hlalorlf names which should bo perpetuated and hol ored In our modern navy tOCK OF NAPOLEONS HAIR ReNc of Emperor Obtained During His 8t Helena Imprisonment Soltf In New York A lock of Napoleon Bonapartes hair obtained whild ho was at St Helens was bought by George D Smith Ter 110760 at the John R Burton library sale In the Anderson galleries at New York It is preserved within foUl sheets of celluloid and was accompa nied by a letter of Capt Thomas Pop pleton of the Fifty third regiment who was permanent orderly over Bona par o until the close of Juno 1817 The library of the Nebraska univer sity paid f280 for a fine copy of John mngsborUgh Antiquities of Mexi 188148k7 F Lewis gave 88 for a manuscript Kpran written to the seventeenth cen turyto re4 bud black on native glazed goldDlines and the first two pages are surrounded by ornamental Borders ia told aid colors Plentifule pretineAlaska and the tri Uof islands the species has multiplied so rapidly that the bureau of fisheries now recommends that the killing of male seals be resumed Ever sine the signing of the pe EnJland1apanlug the destruction of cow seals upor the high seas the government has taken an occasional census of the deals The last of these fixed the number of seals owned by file United thandBesides fur ojhsr possible use of th seal is being considered by the bureai of fisheries The scarcity of th worlds meat supply and the tram r dous Increase to confine revealed b the llast ceniu suggest the shippmi of seal meat ta the United States tot rood Those who have tasted It MJ that meat from a young seal is dell Tious to flavor and that seal steal would be a popular addition to a fob lonable hotel menu English Writer Ignorance Dufcq Cbajmers thin eesaylst wet talking about war writers A great grist of iXsgllsb literary hacks he said were thrown out oli regular work wises the war begam and so they all turned themselves isle our military comspondent and It died put optlaaistio soothing sirup to the public to the dally pre s at a guinea a column One writer reminds me of the young lady who once carried on as olio naval argument wjth Admiral M han at a dinnsr A third person sai to her in seine aitoalshment Why how well you talk pp to the tdmlral on these abstruse naval top Icsl Olio said the young lady rye only been concealing my Ignorance Not at an said Admiral UabM willantly quite the contrary Discovering Borax Nobels accidental discovery of dy paralleJsIstives was made known by a tray eler in T Uowptone JPark coming upon tho dead body of sUtfrse The ant3mat mutt have beea dead a considerable time yet the body was perfectly preserved and this arousing his curl OBit1 led to an examination of a COTIJtobecometined 1mdaBbr ftItnuEfgland tielastJJI and weighed one pound and inaneuncos MtutmeLatatAmerloacI1ty buyeither Pithua room In streetafuSundayschoolwrote to tho editor a letter to which he com hbtJIJnthinkhemetomorrowfordaysCOOlJusthebottomthirty street atmelmolathe fadooltwoofmoreailsvfoa poeofPMCIettoast It i LjTEI I CLASS FOR LADY RIDERS PRETTY z FEATURE OF COMING STATE FAIR pretUestJ1 popularKentucky State Fair celebration the comlmcKentucky Louisville the week ofl September WOMENS EEXHIBIT OF HANDIWORK Forms A Leading Feature off the Statej Fair Along with the fruition of garden Sold anu orchard there b growing to perfection in the State of Kentucky another crop of keen and vital Interest to womankind This lathe blossoming harvest of handiwork which will form one of the greatest exlilblte of the State Fair scheduled stir the week off September 1116 In Louisville Up to Aug 28 the final day for entry in th Womans Department busy fingers will be tfashioning a bewildering and entrancing list of useful orna mental and artistic articles For the proper display and bbuilng of the myriad Interesting and valuable en tries Inthese departments State Fair Secretary W J Gooch has made elaborate improvements which will mate dally enhance the appearance of the department an well as offer many adds tlonal conveniences to the officials In charge Of these departmental heads appointed by Hon Mat S Cohen Mem ber in Charge Mrs Hurry McCarty kiiffiiGRAIN It is a well known fact that Kentucky is one of the grpatest corn grow ing States In the Unlpn dud that the ts not far back in the van as regards field seed and grain of every variety For that reason every resident of the State should feel a personall pride In this prestige and each and every Agricul turist make an earnest and strenuous attempt to have the field seed and grain exhibit at the great Kentucky State fair which will be held In Louis eix tensive in Ifs history and a showing tepresentfttlre of the states ability In ttthe grain line One of the most interesting features of the entire field seed and grain d p rtment Is the competitive exhibits pi the various counties Rivalry bade n the sections Is keen and In coneequi nco the Show oned e exhibited neat In packages or sacks d prospectiv e 1116 some of the best horsewomen of the country will figure Abovo is pictured Mrs Hazel Ritchie Elbbrt of Chicago Ills who will bo a bright particular star of this seasons eques trienne galaxy of Nlctiolasville tops the list as Gen end Superintendent tn the section of the Womans Department known as the Woman- Show all articles of feminine manufa- lure will be sold free of entry or com mission charge SPECIAL SEASON BOOKS The Kentucky State Fair mana ment has issued season books for the fourteenth annual Kentucky State Fair to be held In Louisville Septem ber 1116 There are both day and night season books the day eeasbn books containing six admission tickets for the sum of 2 The night season book good for either tho outside en trance gates to the Fair or to the big Pavilion Hippodrome show are sold at the rate of six tickets for 4L Merchandise tickets are also being distributed throughout the State by wholesale Dealers as trade induce witethe dealers on a consignment basis and the handlers will be hold respon sible only for the tickets actually used at the Fair gates Monday September 11 win be ten cent bargain day for women and children with a bargaindo y price of So to alt the Great Dominion Show Mid way attractions Admission to the Grand Hippodrome Show In the Pavilion at lab p m will be 25e r Cut rates have been announced by all railroad leading Into Louisville during State Fair week exhibitors must list their names with State Fair Secretary W J Gooch not later than September 4 and exhibits must reach the Fair Grounds not later loan September 9 Judging In tho field seed and grain department begins Mon day September 11 at 11 oclock TOBACCO EXHIBIT AT STATE FAIR One of the most Interesting vital and important features of tho coming InILouisville September 1116 will be the Tobacco exhibit The prizes in this particular department will numbftr SI divided among 23 Glasses for Bur ley type product crop of 1915 Burley type crop of IBlfl dark type crop of 1915 and dark type crop of 1916 AS tobacco Is one of Kentuckys most noted products this department should claim the interest and pride of every State Fair Visitor Evan S Rces off Springfield is superintendent of lb t wll1Iera IW WW W W W W PUBLIC SALE Of Fihfr Washington County 1 F8ng t ands EoIOn Tuesday f September 12 iATONE OCLOCK PM E 3 at the resderjce of tbe late Martin V pa1 din g on the St Ia Rose and Loreilo turnpike offwr for sale to too highest C bidder all of the farming land of the late Martin Spauld f3 ins consisting of about 3OO Acres I Tiiis land is sitoated on a good turnpike road with good fZ old fashioned dwelling house Rood orchard well watered L t and a fares amount ot new xnd sUItable for gruvin to bacco This farm wil1 be offered iu separate tracts ofC ftFor further information call on the undersigned E L T Spalding Admr of M V Spaulding fS M Campbell Auciionaer fmi t lfm J The Daily Evening Post iind News Leader both one year for 350 Suchtobacco enjoyment you never thought IIas be is yours quick as to you buy some Prince Albert and fire+upapipe or a homemade cigarette I Brince Albert gives you every tobacco sat isfaction your smoke appetite hankered for Thats because its made by a patented process that cuts out bite and parch Prince Albert has ahyays fmiqrnsWef arplvoboao th411o- f July30thwdhitmad j i PRINCE ALBERT tioo r t e the national joy smoke offtAnd i t Men who think ey cant smoke a pipe or roll a cifmlay Prince Albrt Prmwweeratoppyredbarssc tidyrmd Albert And smokers who have not yet given P Aa try atuuend lml1 po handsome and tan pOUJltlout liml certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment donanjthat corking fin coming their way as soon as they invest in a lupphr tpound dr sotto 1SSSSASl Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story t l gafJJtSZL3 gi R J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO WrartosvSal ve ji o AS i ar 1t1e1e r u I H IToAutoImobilo ewneI ss- Havetlie slo Carbon removed from your motor 1 doesriotrequirethe m perfect system for removing carbon IIIr Auto Repairing of all Kindsrv i 0t Auto accessories Oils and Gasoline Agenttof9r tkc ItipiUic W MileageTires and Tubes i Trouble car at yoar CcoMMaisJ at fllI times night and day Phones 138W and 138 1 4JCfi fJL II Springfield GaVe fll rZ F F W BAUMBAUER Prop 1f f IK I 1 iinSt FREE AIRDRIVE IN SoriadieU ill Madamed dansGene eTa spite of all tho nursing and 11oumh In nWnlthat a certain lawyer of Paris whose delight It has always been to make solemn folks llaugh appeared the oth er day its counsel for a woman charged with some not too grave mis demeanor She was only a washerwoman she was elderly and plain andthe court was distinctly bored Gentlemen the lawyer exclaimed genUemenguilty preshlIplesharplyBecause replyheIs her glorious privilege at this mo hllkandkerchlet gfetraiteathereupon case They not only found the wash erwoman guilty as charged but added ten days to her sentence for teapot IHnermJ Joffres uaidkerchief + U ineandeacer According to a mend Thomas fidlson Is of the opinion that It wu anger that first turned him toward In reportltheIs related by the friend who says earlydaysqultotheenthusiastic noted sleeping Ho lives In 9 small house innocept of anything approaching a laboratory scientific devices were In every room and nil the money went for experiments Then one day came the crisis in the guise of the collector for the gas corn pany He had been In the house often but Edison hardly hooding his calls had waved him away saying Dont bother me tfBttrDcUont vm ehi gas LongnwoeThe loneldemean the French astronomer Is the comparison of simultaneous photo ItaUonThe sealth being shown by an arts placesieater difference loagitude and It the longitude of one plaee Is knows that of the other can be fixed with aa wncertalnty claimed to be only a lex i MttiseVsx tea M flfuea Copn1 Ill Oa thte Udr rwl tin you wilt rods Pro tctoxr plo whr iJf i bcfotwl tl IOc t = the Can You AffOr dFj Ji 1ili tKerotcne t AT presqnt average prices forkMid j gasoline Titan kerosene engines their owners about iic pet horse poiWfsifef f hour over gasoline engines 4 fl i ieFigure it this waY On an horselengi tJr Ntring is SSe an hour 8Se in b a lo hour day I lli IOSt days Qf work Say that is all your enliIe deMm m year VItwould wrunlcrtOe one you Tt M rettie throw th9 a third of the priee of the encne Can yatw aetJ ti efbuyinhtYiilaetthusesaael talk tHe has some interesting figures to show yea4 3 Ii terutioDalHarvest1 fimf mj tiAmmtm r t Ja J J i Jr rt i r Titan kt reae i 1e aw eH 1 McClure Simms i = PhYSicians Adrtoe 7 the use of a goodloxatlve to keep the bowels tea aM prmnt HMMSMH d rlt tI I1toott from getfjiglnto your system reliable The lasts ofPap of sdenA VELVO Lax tJve oust SnIt trMM tlt ssitlsatteatachlebiliousnessl Mc 1 v r l IAXAM lLIVER SYRUP V D14R J HAMILTON BfaG1IZLptKY 0sK Mis Ceeee iiwMtPfaoaa M0IIIa I 1 J C- Pyidu i IJ ha rI K Store i t M W TT OM ier Springfield Sta- 19taik to If Oftce kpurctt 1080 a m toll w4 to I p rt WF GklGBY Wrwee e JM f iIRIitfZLU KY nB w D TRU- 31YDENTI5T ill I re v II ok ever HavdoH iBarber PMtal Workittrsaionab1er prlcei 111rarktiaranteed J iIsETDORSEY LAWYERS rtiiiii r iV Lwtsvflkl t lOjMir experience at Louts 111e bar Special attention to oo14ctioD and adjustments SPECIA1rtOWOMEN fire M pM mkaJ cleansing and jimliiiri oC ail aatbrtptlca Is A J k II i Powder k- b slaakd Aa aadlsMI aatiwpUc fordonche 1 la trestles eatarrh laflaxamatlon or akeraUoa ot aoee throat aad that ti eaaMarajr taalalae ills itaai M equal Por tea yean the I raMa B Pinkham Cawsrooaemeaded7aslinaa i JH8TM11wnorltyw R Si worth Its t1IIItt J dotAt iratdete Me JIriJei or by mall to Factan THtiii Otw Boatoa KIM EESv 8ba4 and Frt lire Straw tetrrjr Planti Grape Vines Shratxi Asparagus Rhubarb fledging etc Everything tot t Orch rdSL wn Vnd Gad n Nicils free Catalog I K Hillcnmcjcr t Son f 1841 Lexington Ky 191tz wTiNAcuooBLEr tiiiti uThai LaUI hid a bad stem aek tIMiM or yews and became M 4 anweKreryweekrilile witfcwit HIp I saw Vinol adver id tried itad now my stomach amWIiEthtitNti iM stos Pad treats strength DISCOUNT ON CZARS CHECK f alnt r LtfrnMl Something About Hew Iliisinss Is Conducted In the Rtata of Nicholas Wke Professor Tuxen the Danish erttit Md finished his great work 4h Coronation of Edward VII he iseelved it appears an order from the JHHlsn emperor for a copy of this 9 MtiBC for which the czar was to Jer 12 Mt rubles jk itrt bi ttrt the professor repaired to Ptr tai to deliver the painting a lit 11M graaUi aa audience with the IfiMAr who egpreeeed his satisfaction tae picture sad who handed JJNcMHl aa ordef for the sum agreed UWlwa the irofftssor presented th- eiiak for payment he was told that its osier fr9Ithe emperor was sub tIjMit te a diIKOU td had there liar to aeeeyc a sum considerably a stoner taaa tile five value of the t check Before his departure tram Russia UM professor had a faroweJl audience t whir the czar who in the course of etuFgrsatloB asked him Did you getyevr laOlllrprofellorY Professor Tnxen replied that he hd muterknitUM lasetios he would say that h- eM received only Dart of the money At this the tsar seemed not at all twiriMd but calmly made out an I otker order for the sum which ba- E Mea iei cted frost the original at aM teas ttN Wliiita altari ri Czxtea WMK t rKera e ladiaaa has te4 MiillnMiM eliH null scaooihevM irlwre M a 1x7 W earned hit Mrs t mtHprnlnlati zr ateiwa feS1fHP sp sacs a day Ito this tart ke received ivei ceutsa week fie stltl ietfa that lie earneiv i fl tft uia Wheal HrvtM 11 M hits krveetd H7till lerx tt he j v TOWN HHiiiiH HfLoco Happening r Inttres t The Freshest and Latest g AIIAb Yellrlf FriendsI i ami Acquaintances tMlIUY ddIdalSaR aN B D Clements R R 2 has for sale tobacco sticks and oak lumber An icecream supper will be given at the Booker school house nigbtSBrown Kid well insurance agentsjxand real estate dealers Springfield KyLiTe Accident Fire We have installed anew weld ing machine to well all kinds of broken casters Bring us you broken castings and save money Edelen Barber MrvRM Cecil has been ap pointed guard at the State Peni tentary by Gov Stanley and left last Saturday to tae up his duties Mr Cecil is one ofthe best knoWn Democrats in the county andhis leglb n 6f friends congratulate him upon his ap pointment The house and lot on High Street the property of Mrs Mary E Corcoran was sold last Saturday at public auction for 1940 Mr James Patterson was the purchaser The property of Mr Lev Brown on Lebanon Hill was also offeed for sale last Saturday but was withdrawn The Ladies of astern Star Chapter 211 will five a Sock Social and Musicale at Walnut Street Theatre Septemll her 27th EverybodY invited When about to buy an article such bs a range that plays an aportant part in tne dallys routine of the horns it pays 16 examine it carefully and be sure you are getting the best ange value 1A range expert from the factory will during the weekJJ commencing September the 11Ishow YOti how the Majestic is bunt rvhy it lasts so long why it is the best McClure vaue hndI One of tie biggest deals in roalestate which pas taken place here in a long time was the sale rop1arty j Realty Co The price paidwas not made public but as iit is oneJ of the most desirable pieces of property in the city the consideration was no doubt a good size tigure The Realty Company l 11ertv11 j i will bring a good sum Teachers Tue last examinaMou lor white teachers will be held September 151tl for colored September22 and 28sElla D Shauntyt County Superintendant J State Fair TopaccoShOWjlj 1 have had several letters and annmber of calls relative to the tobacco show at the Stete Fair Each one bus asked how to Duke upsamples for exhibit so 1 II have concluded iit mightbe t81rft ourI CCIbibltyou want 4 samples of twelve sugsIBrhibtSecond Pack the 4 samPIf- in a box put your name and grade on the samples and shipj the box by express not later Septembed r j 1el- upquileL TOPICS I pytnngiuR 9th to Kentucky State Fair Td baccq Department Louisville Ky and prepay the express Third Write Mr W J Gooch State Eair or myself in care of the State Fair to enter theri for you I will be there aft r Frida y and will be glad to attend toe them for you r Yours Truly tEvan S seseI Experience in thousands of homes has proved that the Ma jn tio is the one range that gives dawnrthe coat of living An expert from the Majestic factory will be at our store during the week commencing September 11and wilt show you why the Majestic- is the only rangp for you- McClure Simms IMoney At Five Per Cent TheFar mars Trust Co of appointedmeof Washington and adjoining coup ies on farm laud only at 5 percent per annurnjj See or call on R C Brown Real estate dealer Laborer Badly Injured itJoe Montgomery of color wasI badly injured yesterday afterJnoon while working with tie Washjngtou County Road Crew in a flock Harry ease IV Thompv sons farar ri tile Pleasant Grove neighborhood The fcv were working in toe rock quarry etI thetWiUisburata Aidithey had set a charge of dyna and the dynamite failing to explode after being touched off thy had wetted about an hour and begad tb drill out the hole again when for some unftrfown sense the charge was expfo led striking Joe m the right hip and thigh badly tearing the flesh- atidshivering the bone He was at once token by the way of Lebanon to Louisville to be given medcal attention He was accompanied by DrJlI Hopper JosephPGlin0 PGlin0Good Woman iesk i Mrs MuryE Arnold died at WashIday Sept 5th from Infermatles of old age tn her 78 year A number of years ego she was united in marriage to Woodson Arnold who preceded her to the grave several years ago She leaves surviving her one son and two daughters j Mr W T Ar HKirlorCimdbell of this place tibewasj a devout member ot the Baptist church funeral services wore c conducted at Seecti Grove Wedneadiy and her remains interred in Betbl ham cemetery PE12SNr1L spsndngtaMoss Vivian Nalley was in Louisville Saturday consulting an eye specialists Mr and Mrs S M Campbell and daughter iJss Lilly Comp bell have returned trom1 visit Milwaukee Mrs Ida Clarkson spent Tues day ui Nazareth j IrW111friends here1 Tuesday Mrs H LSinith and Mrs R 1A Noe Wore In Louisville Tues day l M r Earnest Tong RDent Sun in Luuisville srRev P F Hennessey who has been seriously at his home was taken to LShisoa this morning for treatment WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT tISALES OF MILLINERY WILL BE ON A BA cIS OF MEtifl v FROM NOW TO JANUARY I1st WILLIAMS WILLIAMS MISS EffiE FOSTER WATHEN BLANDfORDI r Announcement i We have the exclusive agency in Springfield for the if imo- usBallards0beliskouirfNow selling at 15 perls ick Jilts 1 WhtteNorthetn 65c k fjfc bu FlourGuaranteed to be A Jp 1 sack 105per 1 Corn Meal pet bushel 4UO Chicken Feed no grit ins lots pet potfnd ii 51c Chicken Feed no grit in lixj pound lots at i 215 Good White Corn no small ca a 95c ShortsMidlands 150 anc 165 per hundred sacks turniped Molasses Feed Sure fattenmtf kind per Hundred J15 Remember courteous treatment prompt service quality and weight included in ubove Telephoqelll or fuaUtvIJM WILLIAMS CO- Oppultt P st ffli a Miss LnlaTitnmons ha return edto her home in Leban n after a visit to Mrs Fannie Blptaford rr Misses Katie Cain Mary Con way and Louise Shader ave re turned from a Visit to Ci icinnati Mr John Wharton and sister Mary Steele enterteined u num ber of their friends SiLurday evening from eight to eleven Mr and Mrs W D McElroy Gabe and Will Wbaftbn and Marshal Duncan spent Tuesday in LexingtonMiss she Medlay and spentMonda Miss Mary McOiellaud has returned to Lebanon after a visit to friends here Misses Rusie Miller Margaret Haydon Margaret Mary Steele Wharton Althire Spalding apd Gladys Mudd have returned to St Catharines DIr and Mrs Harry Nan of Louisville spent several dais here with rieijds this iyteek Rev J Powell Tucker and wife Oft South Carolina were Tuesday TJ Mr C To Cunningham of Lebanon was ic town Saturday Miss Nannie Thompson of Indianapolis Tdis pendibg the week wire Wissf Jennie Leachman f Walter Clements spint several days in Louisville ast week where be will shortly to en tar the practice of law ro Messrs A M Duncan W D McElroy GO and Wharton attended the Wli the tte publican campaign l exinnton Tuesday l irFer Kuhn JJ of Nash villA Tenn is visiting friends here I Miss Corinne lclntire has e- ntd school atBethlehem Acad emy J II Pro White of Richmond has arrived atd has began touching m the Springfield GradbdSchoul Mrs Louis Humpljey enter tamed at 500 card party this af erno o Mr ahil Mrs Franc Bl an ford will move to Pewee Valley to morrow to make their futur- borne Mr Blaiford haying a farm at that p ace A number of Democrats from here will go to Winchester Sat urday to attend the opening of the Democratic Campaign iin Kentucky VicePresident Ma shall and Congressman Hefliin ot Alabama are among the speakers Rockbridge Mrs Janie Walkerlanli granddaughter Virginia Rico or Lou isviilei are visiting W M Coulter and fanqily Miss Stella Crouch of Sbarp viile who has been visiting her uncle Mr RoberttLee Jrouchfor the past two weeks has returnedI f homeIl ISuudayat Hale Mrs Nancy Scott jf Spring Held is spending the reek wit o friends and tills plat Mrs relatiyestt and chic drpn of spent Irfst Sun lay with Mr adMfS He lnvedneSaYifJber spent cousin Mrs Vernia Sli maker n Sweet Home Mr and Mrs LUJ ter Perkins of thin place made a business trip to Battle last gdne da Mr L M SanerlV and famly i T2r r4J LATEST FALL STYLESrr + IADIEI COATI SUitS j being received rightTalong now in the Popular New Models New IIAreandnew colors tqurf garments are ffaultlessly tailoredand ar 1to Prices give the range weaker from absolute satisfaction The values cannot be I = r S15 TOS5OTMEST IYfl tJ Sep arat 8kitt r I INFwt in all the Ileading Woolen riri pleasiif prices CLOTHING HATS AND IfIf1he Fall Line of Clothing Hats and Shoes for Men and YoidiMen i is RoW oa display SSr Iinspection Drop in and we will beglad to show you WO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AT OUR STQREl J THE ROBERTSON GLAY 3ROQKE GO e i ncorPOratedr t td I oI are spending several days inJ Shelbyvllle Mrs Derr of Sharpsvillo is visiting Mr and Mrs Vallaise Royalty Mr Boone Baxter of SprinI Qed ispent last week with hlsI brother Mr Marion Baxter of tuisplace Automobile Bargain Jf taken at once One 5passen gar Overland ctr in firstclass cbntlliiun 250 Inquire at tbisI office Mules For Sale hlrf1 horse mule coming 4 years bid 1 mare mule 1 year old 1 horse mule jlt year old 1 suckling mare mule J H Waller Two Farms For Sale I desire to sell privately my firms situated on theSt R se and Loretto turnpike The home farm contains about U5 acres all in grass except about 12 acres Has good dwelling and aM necessary oqtbuildings The other farm contains shout 12 acres more or less and close to county road Has small house on it and all necessary outbuild lags Mostly 1in grass Terms reasonable Jas B Hill t a Dtgmpisn or coansii along fns northern and eastern coasts during tho latter part ot June caused a salt Theesalt used by the Newfoundland flsher folk for curing their catch ts obtained from Trapanl In Sicily and Cadiz n SpaIn Practically all tho salt In the Island has been absorbed and it Is claimed that about 15000 tons more could adrantagoouslyvjUsed It U worn available At least this Quan lity and probably more has been thernext month but much of it will come to hand too late to be of any real CrT Ice This shortage of salt Is likely to affect tho banking fleet also whfct has had exceptional good fortune In Its earlier voyages this year The average price of cod paid last year lnd the year before both in New taundland and Nova Scotia was about 660 per quintal but with foreign markets as they are at present it is oped that at least another twenty five cents per quintal may be ob tamed The fact that fish of lato are eo plentiful is inducing industry and raillo stimulating smaller bperators to = nte the shore fishery more po lansiv Juju There hoe been nothing more pie turesque in the reports of African warfare than a sentence in the belated account of the British defense of Tn bordertof northern Nigeria The German of ers hat repeatedly attempted to take Tnknm but their native troops refused again to face the Juju at that vises A worker among natlvaeoa- e sends me this word of explanation 1 It is no wonder he says that the Germans could not get their native to advance aa there is nothing they lainnwhich in this instance means that some powerful witch doctor had laid a spell on the place drawing a line round it which must not be crossed This line would be marked by pieces f ef tusk or hair or something of that kind The natives would be far moro afraid of facing tie juju than they would be Of death because to do would raise np against them the splr t of their anceatorpManchesteIts GroJajt J I JAPS KNOW NO PROFANITY Their Language Contains No Swear words Unfortunately So Com mot In the West The rap Is always polite but onco in a while he slips from graceand when he docs he is up against it for there are no swearwords In the Japanese language says a writer In Leslies Weekly When a Jftpaneria meets you he bows three times and takes off his hat but dovss not shake hands When ho greets you his1 first concern ia about your ancestors and next about four stomach It would be almost an open insult for one Japanese to meet another without asking him how his stomach fares On tho third bow he asks This morning how Is it with your honorable Inside As youconja up on your third bow you answer to the effect that the place mentioned is dqIng as well as could be expected and In turn ask him what nets he has from the front Then he lifts his hat again and says Your delightful head this morning I hope it have no commotion When you tell him that you ore pleased to report that it feels well this morning he asks about a few generations of honorable sores tors and then you are free to take up tho weather Even though they are elaborate polite once in a wile one Japanese will get mad at another Their anger kindles slowly at first finally fanning to s blazo that knows no staying But rften though thero U a torrent of emo tion seething in his soul thcr va no wands to give it vent It keepswrging harder and harder until it throws aside all restraint and gives up all idea of decency by putting into one phrase his bitterness and snapping squarely into the other mans aston ished face the worst thing thofcon be said in the whole languages Your iesthe final insult nbthlng more can be added he has cast the glove Thereto nothing loft for him to do but to give his enemy a cutting look turn on his heel and haughtily clapclap away on his wooden shoeltCame Handy In His Line There is nothing like sleep r marked a chance acquaintance to the newspaperman as ho sized up the belated sleepers in a New York subway car in the woo hours of the morn Ing All my life I have done what over has been in my power to help the cause of sleep In the human race Whenever t have heard that a doctor is counseling his patients to sleep longer I have made a point of writing him a letter of congratulation And do not mind saying that I myself bare keno a bit to persuade people that sloop is the greatest blessing to man kind The perfect sleeper oa served the newspaper man is he who by rigid and constant practice has brought his power of sloop to such a stage that ha does not aWake oven when a dynamite bomb Is set off in his room Tho chance acquaintance leaned back in In his scat with raptt expression as if contemplating a beau tiful vision And what makes you take such an Interest In the slumbers of thQ human racer was asked I am a burglar ho replied But Just because one of my fellow men did nott teach tho stage of somnolent perfec don I had to abandon my trade for oniA VISH No Use The civilians who volunteered the serVices of themselves and their mo tor cars to convey the Fatherland holiday gifts to the German troops li the trenches at the front were sum monad before a gray old Bavarian general to receive instructions as U their behavior in the enemys country The general explained to them flaxt they might expect in passing throng a village to be fired on by francs tireurs and added that the persons who fired the shots might not always bA men entitled to bear arms Take an example said he axle his eagle eye upba one of th volun teers suppose you have ntered J- Belgian village and while you IIIt spinning along throoRh the rklist square there Is a lively fusllladS reeled at you from tbt surround houses You turn toward your assafl ontf and see nothing abut empty wiflt doors Only In the second story o one house an old woman It peerlni opt What yould you do in that Mr Meier t M Mt leak back was r sir c f I 1 To Thf PUblic IF t t u II will continue the business of B D Lake Cr at the oldstand opposite L d N depot where Twill kjMp M land a full line of a I Fieldr1 Best Jellico Coal I I invite the public to come and examine my kMter d I buying Save just received car load of J I NORTHERN OATS 5 J r I f I I That IcllJ at57ct r 140 per hundred Chicken feed wllhoit irik jlXt ti Best Jellico Coal loaded with fork IBc it r IIBra and see my stock Price 1PadsUW LBflL kto x I l- liJ =i i1 Executors Sill 4 1J1 tOf STOCK CROPS ftc f r Executor of the estates of Mrs E S Prod KiM HuHte A Citsss t i lltt I will on r IIIIAs k Sept 2O91t t AT930 OCLOCK A M farm owned by the Jte J R Clements slteaftA alert I of Springfield Ky near the SpriBjrAeU sad BtiiailtM t MrilM at public sale 10 bead of work male aged fret 2 Itljttmljtm fmule and 1 yearling mare mule tteJat bid 8f bs i f IINorth mares 1i cows and calves 4 dry eews baits4 yearling heiters 8 yearlmg steers lsees reply to pig 1 leiboar 40 shoats from 60 tolOO petiadt U tor sett I fete s twu lots sheep In one 20 ewes aod Met Ul lwsM cwt ggtat hens and chickens l surrey and 1 buggy UtI bus y 4 I mowers 3 seta harness 1 wheat drill 2 farts sad spnsnc iraa Mrs ti4 farm Implements tools etc about 60 tons of hay m Masker laic s = stack oats about 40 acres good com sold sucked m UM fteU I TERMS All sales ot 10 or under cash same drW that aactrrt i J ftbcredit ot 6 months evidenced by norM with Rood musky z sMaM I and payable at the Springfield State Bank sad bieritR IIMsss t kt 0 pile lecents from date of sale till paul At same time I will sell ten shares ot stock m the IpilatieU fMlir = Bank and three shares of stock In the Wukiegtea C HrtyTHe ee Ww house Tits stock will be sold for cash ia Mwd 1 5 w cumnt ir Jr I of E S fed 1a111e A CliMJMa Ieeli t rr f J I Fcwrtceatk iIIKENTUCKY State FAIR LOUISVUUE ScvtcnW H44ittlJWORLDS 6REAT1T SADDLE HOISPPJI IDaily TrolhBf K f- Ft OkiirtOttS5ylW n f iwe e F swtlljMAwCMW flv9VHVVsW Itr Ihies t GriM FmUraW Giliret ywr f Mldfli Free Actia Sale ef 1sirei I3t aetiA 7Lwiay et rriy- Rcdbcci R1 latllnt Goda3 f Swte 604 RepuWic Bide I rt tp rwJ JOCK SHOW At ij i KENTUCKYS BIG FAIR- AIIMr44of Crtlc Poultry Sheep and Swine Without 1 1 Liry1fii or Con wiak to be Unique Fature t J I 1Uck Premiums Offered to Exhibitors trTie unique feature of live stock aWetfOfi sales on Thursday and Fri rot Kentucky Stato Fair ieek tremenJI trjjljaaadters and sheep and swine 1ttiiderst BIftrtt that any owner or dealer In pure awBi stock May ship In unlimited aaaaunt to the State Fair for first eaaae first served sale under the Mer without entry fee or commis ii barge Is an Innovation which hfi aroused jvldeapread approval and cSaWses tke opinion of Commissioner tjAgriculfure Mat S Cohen and tale Fair Secretary W Gooch that promotetr tXeatucky The Kentucky State 4management will provide Housing the stock shipped to the Fair butt jadlIW obligated to provide TOeli atriea Stock and birds1 enterItr auction sale lade fttjiieiof the departments for pre aife conteajs or those listed in the Tapoua cataloged departments may JaIso listed for the auction sale cai H E JglebeafVof ElIzabeth town 30 has been selected aa auctioneer aakft Col F D Hengst of Louisville as aMBiager IJ Recognized Nationally tike coming dairy show at the Ken teky State Fair this fall will be one tjjjthe greatest events of tho kind from vcryipolnt of view that has ever been atbapted south of the Ohio River Dtlrl shows have grown to suc- hat proportions during the past fewI Taars that it has tfecome necessary to aVVlde tbjBj circuits much In the same Saner that the trotting horse clr- ijiit Is n6w divided and the Kentucky jate Fair has been selected as tke 0 PaceS In the Qrand Circuit j The different breeds of dairy cattle 4 ca have their associations with s Splendid organizations for advancing Se Interests of their separate kind of Settle These different associations QJare brought closely in tbuch wit iich other during the foot and n uth ease troubt Chicago In th r fall f J914 J IMrlt1 Conned an organization to rgorts for the entire interests of the t airy breeds One of the principal yllnfez they undertook was to select i s where the greatest benefit could derived by showing tho cattle and Ic were ma e to make appro UOJtS of money to be added to the list pf lairs where these klblfTon8 would ttake place El All the State Fairs in the country Jaaaaa latelr ibegan the campaign to 4MasrsJohn JAe r Mat Cohen W R Spann and aker Kentucklana jumped into the E thick ofvthe fight and after a great y 4aal of hard work landed one of these I jaows for Louisville l Someotthe most famous herds Uiif world have already been entered to compete at the Kentucky show Prizes for Cattlp I11iearlT 4000 Is offered In prem ivas for Jsaef cattle at the Kentucky 9iato Fait to be held la Louisville Saptember H16 and the greatest atew of beef jroduclng animate In the iffiiery of this Institution Is freely iSaictad I The Herefords lead off In the amount kprlze money the handsome sum of iob being set apart for this breed this sum has been contrl IofL KENNEL CLUB EXHIBIT Tke dog ahow at the Kentucky State FaHr the Week of September 1116 will baPU point show under American 4 JCwmel Club ruling and the auspices Cttke Kentucky State Fair Collie 11r4b It ia the only A K C sheor fJdi the State Indications IIEGAL1ZWGTHEWORDtiKICKW ijlawlfiant Lawyer Has Made the Ex pissriPrapsr by Hji UBS of It 4 Courtrooma1V q laacaose Aasociate Justice Ollvnr TfaMaf11 Hobaea of the Supremo court J t It tke United States used the ex 4 bfBfaciofi the defendant kicked ignTrrt tklsP a great ado has been erelong jrecaivlng recognitto Ihiib Judfdia authority Mr MUM Holmes tILe distinguished eol yMar aon of Oliver Wendell Holmes c tffacosnltei aa a ptirlxt In tho use of f4 MM Xngli h laaguaga and any exprea zff tea cmmatlng from him will bo ac IIaipld Ia Boston town aa a Itnnd Idktek l1u lone been used f plcturice JU1 the standard dlctlonarlef t fWJItTt tea blow with the t jMtft tt Jafrat1H1i1tIr heard In ordll jWlif1 sxpriiloos To kick up ones 4 tiMfe to kkk up a row or a fuss or II i ktuipM kle the bucket An Inter 1 iaf MBlMMtto engine kicks a- is gun f Iff rteofl links so dots the wheel J 1 iblf dA ro a boat Shakespear j fiJiiT y JT ia Haaalet hat his heels bar kMc fttJMav BH Tennrwn in- iiiiiK teTk Primes aad no j uvwreMM peat prteWos In of Word Xii aU = LItkkk MaiMt their L IIII60t fate use tolliUfai SUas V jItvsLy1ersw1tktkeusaoXj rr ijj IfSpf rgsm1eei nut It Str Mfc Jpr Mr JUMMteta IssUes tit aua It ie 1 b buted by the American Hereford Cat tie Breeders Association The Shortiornsare not far ehind prizetmoney OfhIch a considerable part Is given by the American Shorthorn A oclatJorf6i TTJ1 1aSs1lP Uon and liberal prizes are also offered for AberdeenAngus and Polled Burhamp Tho Polled breed will be Judged bn Tuesday September 12 tho Horefords on Wednesday anil Shorthorns on Thursday Entries for this depart ment will close Monday September 4 Liberal Premiums for Swine The Swine Department will present one ot the greatest exhibits at the Kentucky State Fair the week of Sep tembor 1116 Nearly 2000 is offered In prize money Liberal donations la the way of special premlums from the various Pedigree Record Association have helped to swell the prize list to attractive proportions A new attraction at this years show Is a class for Red Berkshires This breed originated in Kentucky and was a very popular type of hog as far back as the Civil War period A special feature for this section of the Swine Department will be the Red Berkshire Futurity Show All hogs will be Judged In the very commodious and well arranged Swine Judging Pavilion Bqrkshlres and Polandphlnas will be Judged on Tuas day the second day of the fair Duroc Jerseys on Wednesday and Tam wprtbsv Hampalilros and Red Berk shires on Thursday Entries for this department will close Monday September j New Pavilion for Judging Sheep If tko prevailing high prices for mutton and Wool are Indicative the Sheep Show at the Kentucky State FaIr September 1116 should out rival all former exhibitions at this In haveitho privilege of showing in the now Sheep Judging Pavilion this year afad theIequipment for this department there by rHIevlug the congested conditions of past years 1WO ta offarod In eash prizes for sheep and goats The following lead log breeds of sheep aro recognized InI SouthliDoraefs MerinosIold Rambouiilota alsoIEntries for Sheep and Goats dataMonday September 4 Lrge and Classy Chicken Exhibit 1Ob you chicken la suro to be heard at the Fourteenths Annual Ken tucky State Fair In Lonlerlllo Sop tembor lU6 when State Fair visitors enter the new and attmeUve poultry house prepared for the exhibit of the largest number and finest variety of birds ever shown in thU atata ac cording to A W Halter bird experttc and pet shop owner of LouiaVlUer who has been appointed Superintend ent of the Poultry Department In addition to the poultry show for grown folks tho State Fair has added department this year for JuvenilesIa the exhibit of the Boys and Girls Poultry dub will be one of the most entertaining and interesting features of the entire fair Entries In the Poultry Denartwent t close September and all birda shipped to the State Fair for exhibltfon must be on hand and cooped for ox hibttion by September S at 8 a IlL C ==recordbrraking entries attraetad by premiums the pjeatige of tit aua ttthe the netfand atlracttve boaaint Iind the fact tjiat the noted CMcR o Judge E J Tyler will preside In the ring The closing date for entries in the dog show is September 1 bcieiic and Nature One great feature of the nnetoeillxccentury lom 1850 uiextraordinary j the Interpretation of nature Everywhere It was discovered that by keeping close to the sphere of re nifty by seeking to understand nature v we were able to make large progress not only in knowledge but aleo in ths DracUcal conveniences and utlllUos of Ute If science won successes In the in tellectual sphere they were rapidly adapted to the uses of mankind and the conquest over nature meant not only definite mental acquisition bat a larger material comfort Thus the keynote of tho time ww naturalism In thought and utiiitariaa Um In morals and social life CAUTIOUS BASr KnickerWho doss the baby took like i Booker He is neutral New York Timci FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING Top whats a pessimist UA man whos aeasick during hs entire voyage of life Gwan to bed nnw 1Nf 1 APPROgfllATE DECORATioN t ibothgrouch certainl Jhad hie tiving jroom appropriately uecorat ed I How was it done Moitly in fretwork 1 r wi 5 CAUSES OF FURRED tONQUfc Many Reasons estd eaa Disordered Stomach May Be Responsible for Condition I suppose that there Is no more Ineradicable Idea in the mind of tho dOc- tor than that the furred tongue Is es aentlalljj an Indication of ft deranged stomach writes Sir James Goodhart consulting physician to Guys hospital London in the Lancet and it is prob ably an attempt to kick against the pricks to say otherwteeJJ Yet accord lag to Sir James Rfa bjrno means ale ItIjresponsible posltlbrfifa leader of men f thntfveryIhard worker and the fastest talker i have ever struck full of energy and playing every ounce of it Ho was In splendid health but suffered from a furred tongue and a bad taste In the mouth Injhis case these were not due to the stomach at all but to a disordered state of nerve controlnNervous fears and nervous tastes art common enough and they deserve a special thought says Sir James Ho- believes that mad Is kept sweet and wholesome largely by P pandparts become fevered the mucous- membrane dry the nerves Irritated and taste Is perverted The men so affected ore those who are nervous anxious hard workers taking their work home with them to think about and dream about in bed IThe Carbonarlrsecret society which took an active parttn the struggle for national unity and liberty and tho name of which meant the charcoal aburaslight degree known In 1815 The con stitution of the society remains great measure secret Soon after its Institution it numbered from 24000 to 30000 adherents and its rolls In creased so rapidly that In March 1820 It was said that aa many as 660000 new members were initiated Little is really known about the secret society it claimed groat antiquity of origin but It probably originated during thQ last French regime in Naples Its movement was directed against the Neapolitan Bourbons and toward JUa tresdoa y IrttALIT MENAIDED BY WAfi Millions Are Being Spent for New York Rentals In Place of Going t to Europe After balancing tall rental accounts recently brokers throughout the ultri fashionable dlatrist eatlnjatod that more than 10000000 will be paid for Manhattan homos during tho coming soason by families that usually mako their abode in Eurdpe the New Yrk World stt ss Their aggregate llv Ing expenses for tho year are placed near 50000000 most of which will be spent in New York More than 2500 such mUles have rented apartments or prlvatp dwell lags during the past few months The have paid an average of 4000 yearly rental some paying as high as J25000 Their competition for lux urious living quarters has forced for mal prcoa to thd highest levels on rec ord and old families that have been in the habit of renting costly homes by tho year or for the social season have had to pay fancy figures This was illustrated recently w ien Mrs Nelson W Aldrich wife orthe late senator from Rhode Island and closely rotated by marriage to tha Rockefellers paid at tho rate of 0 a day more than 36000 a year for Mrs Kingslands furnished home on the northeast corner of Fifth avenue and Fortyrilxth street for the winter anason Sirs Kihgaland herself leases it under longterm contract from Wll llam Jaldprf Astor A Similar rental la haltfg paid tar the Judson Todd a wanted A aoutnernct He was a goodlooking young negro whose clotbaa gave no Indication that he was eHt of a jolt He ohtarad UM BaiiuIrer attica at the raluIatl9n wblelf follows the conslgamenl tha laat odltlon to the pr ra lot Said the ycfuag negro Kin fo geuunan tell me whether thafl t suthen gemmaaanywahroundheoh l v Whats the matter with a ncrthan ggramaa Inquired the staff kidder Boas aaawarwl the young negro Ah Jos not infuiu G orgy An hunary F Ah kinflnf a geinman rum outI ly POHlblrr raise nut lEthe young negro was o the level and he looked it the Sot received its handsomest ompllraom in the pertain mh1a day Buffalc Enquirer Ar cther Peachbf a Peach Story Brown Bartholomew and Johrisos couwtkps all combined make this story Mr nail Mrs Bliaha Davis live on f lana in the corner made by the throe county linos They havo a paach trOt on their placo that has been acting in an UnHsoal manner and Mrs Day Is who Viaitad l Columbus Ihd rocentl brought along some prpof She one twig fromtho tree on which thbadI ware 11 peaches the combined of which was seven pounds welPlI vejjs not ahQther poach on tho tree but tho nno twig did nobly Just a little jJIatuace from this tree there tIt an othor that Is sending forth its e crop of poaches and nearly all of thr limbs now aro full the poaches beln beDayIsgrowlngIndianaifs x EconomyI to the subject of economy this little incl 8ant uas related by Congressman Charles H Burke of South Dakota Jakii 3 was sitting In front of th- iirwjooso in a suburban town whet u fallowcommuter came along and an cqstcUVWg f Speaking of the high cost of ping roapottdctl Jenkins everytill1g MrImliing Sho Is economizing on my shirts was tho rejoinder of Jenkins She- IiaI buying me three for a dollar so that she can get a 15 ddphla Telegraph hatPhIIlI REPORT DECREAS OF CRIME Brfttsh Prison CommUiIoners HayS Recently Made Ilepoatt That Will Be Read WJthl ijitereat The prison commissioners of Great Britain have Just published their an aual report for the year ending March 1915 The decrease of persons who were received under sentence during Ithe war year of 191415 is another proof that employment la the great cure for crime The total number of persons convicted amounted to only 114283 including debtors and those committed by courta martial a de crease of 37320 as compared with the y searof convictions on record TheIber part of this decrease Is at tributed to circumstances connected with the war Enlistment has gives employment to many 6f the habitual potty offenders the restricted hours for the sate of Intoxicants has un- doubtedlY decreased he amount ol crime while the gr sit demand for wellpaid Jabor has gl ren employment to the many A short time after the outbreak of the war orders were issued whereby inny of the prisoners who had pre viously served In thfejarmy were al towedt remission of sentence op recom mendation of the military authorities with a view to rejoining their corn anics There have ibeen over 340 Inmates released for thls purpose The report also states that drunken ness among women has decreased tt per copt Our Schooling InexpenllveI cTwentytwofoiled in educational Institutions In tho United States last year And they 700000 teachers of whom 566000 were In public schools to guide thorn in the paths of learning About 34 aplecd yraa what it cost give them a year ol schooling Com pared with somo ofjolir other expenses as a nation public schools seem to be 1a decidedly inoxpehqlVe hobby They cost less than onoJialf of the nations expenditure for alcoholic liquors and their expense is 30JpOOOOO9 less thaiJthat of running thx federal govern l novlesechdols require Measured 1ulez4s Of products of the soil the Unite States spent a llittle more for qdlitatlon than the value of its wheat crop and less than half tho value of tie annual harvest of corn What tl d ultimate Taluiof the educational mrrcat will Ip another question Now York Ind pendent Coin Shower Del gel Workmen Workmen employed on the ditch of tile Rogue River Canal company off t a charge of cynamito under a stump and then the sir was filled wIth dollars and half d iljars The blast uncovered a mono cache that had 0apparentlyearly sixties Most of thr oins wero of tho mintage of tho fifties and when the fall of coin begap there was a wild scramble for It The cache contained about 500 according to some other placed tho amount as high as 2500 Somo Spanish coins were found among tho United States coins How the njonoy came td be bepeath tha Btymp or why or when is a matexjtAshland Ore Dispatch to Aa arales Times nog May Not Trespass ii Chief Justice Ailshie of the supreme court of Idaho makes tho following comment in Fall Creek Sheep conapany vs Walton on tho effect statute relating to trespassing hogs The man who drew the amendment made awino an exception in the law of Idaho from all other kinds of tree passing animals So now when that clovenfooted quadruped of ancient no torioty goes foraging beyond the pro tecting care of tho swineherd he at once loses his character as a domestic animal and becomes ferae naturae subject to capture by anyone on whose premises he may at any indiscreet moment find himself Of course the hOI doesnt care muck about his character ho would ordinarily just as soon bo treated as a wild animal aft to b a treated as ffhe bad been domesti cated for centuries Ills fate ia gear rally about the same elth waYIFacts About rurs Although irgrcat number of popular pric vl furs Tmasquerade under namiIt tAt no actual animal claims i own there is no particular secrecy about It Ono of tho fur concerns fot Instance a catalogue to i form PUbIlShrS ust what they art actually bear for example is Minnesota raccoon colored a dark b own Adelaide chin chilla is tho furl bf a selected soft haired and doll telycolored Austra han opossum French ermine IIs the ur of tho white haro of Franco Bal tic fox Is tho fur jot a largo hare oi northern Europe Iceland white fot i white Tlbot Ian b combed until the IIItoa fur of thf n thorn timber wolf Manciiunau fox the fur of a variel of halfwild dog rom Manchuria Bal tic lynx Is the la xo Belgian hard Fin land lynx Is a ideclos of Australian kangaroo Siboi dn pony is selected Russian calf sin Hudson seal ii muskrat skins Deselected quality and inland seal is lie skin of selected rench white harp IFraming 1IalChildrena Code The Missouri childrens code com mission appolntw by Governor Major LUashUcJrens laws Ir the state and ofi irattiug needed now laws to bo Intro ducod in the lofeldlaturo of 1917 Most t o the wbrk vl bb dana at tho etaIa university throigh the departments sf law tiociolog and political scieuco Tho outiro com Isslonof 21 members tar been dividt d into subcommittees to handle varlo s Boclions of the com prehensive outline of work modeled on tho general mtllne sent out by the federal childrens bureau Consider able help Is e pected from the data the latter is Meeting on children laws throughput tho United States The expenses jf tho commission will he met by vc luntary contributions Rhodes E Cavfc judge of the St Louis Juvenile court Is chairman and Prof llanley O Hudson of the state unl Torsity secretary Let Her Alone Jwish my wife understood basebaL ao that she could talk to me jintelll gently on tho subject I propose to keep after her until she llearns 1 think you aro on the wrong tack She doesnt 1ctyOU to understand Millinery LouHvllla CoudarJaw Ml I w flKD BTPRODUCT QF YALUfci Chamlata Are No ExtractIng Waat From the Refuse From Proc aa of Sugar Refining More and more of tho residues of ts tfuatrial processes that used to bt thrown away are being found to la aincAsea tho value of what was originally considered a byproduct has come to axceed that at the primary product it HIt The residues ot sugar reflnlnn laTe beef Jlicovered to contain a valuable wax substance In sufficient quan tities to warrant Ita extraction on a commercial scale Whop a section of sugar cane is axitunder the microscope it Is sees that from the epidermis exude littln protuberances straight or curved avid disposed perpendicularly to the whichwithIn other parts of the plant passes inta tho juice In the process its extras lion Tba lime used In almost all reflneriet carries them away in the efuso of the precipitation process from which the idea of rescuing them was not long igo broached For this purpose tho slimy residua 8 placed in a receptacle where it un dergoes a fermentation which destroy a thot fatty matters without attacking hie wax The substance Is then drloti In the sun and afterward In a current ot warm air or In a furnace The dry product Is crushed and treated with benzine or carbon disulpbid Tho wax thus obtained is then refined by belns extracted anew with petroiuum es aence and then by filtration through lay or animal black The residue a hIst extraction may be utilized asftlubricant or treated to obtain the sugar which it still contains Cane wax thus obtained Is white or Ipale yelow It much resembles tallpearance Caraauba wax as also In ua hardness and high melting point Tba dried slimy residue contains ten to Ittwelve per cent of Ita sufficiently largel proportion to justify the Indus trial treatment of these residues JOURNALISTSJ OF THE BIBLE Uvler Master of Art of Publicity Ia the Assertion Mae by Dean of University Christ was a master of the an of adt vertising John proved himself a great editor and there Is no better reporter than Luke according to Wattes Wil ibuns dean of the school of jouruaitsrr of the University of Missouri who adI dressed a Sunday school convention Ila St Louis saye a St Louis Mo dia patch to the New York Herald Even Christs last words wWe not for alienee but for Christian publicity laid Mr Williams Whenever a church has kept the good news of th p gospel to Itself It has died Wheu has quered given this news out it has cox1tIj When Kitchener wanted 1000000 men he advertised In the newspapers When the church wants 1000000 trong men to aid Its cause It rings a bell for five mutes on Sunday Lukofwith his vivid phrases wrote tho greatest report in the world tha tory of Christ said Mr Williams edltcrtortag If J wished I could fill manlI olunxeLIthe devil adverUse7 Nit Mr Williams MJ1b Bpsrlalty aLrS wki lights STILL LOOK TP AEROPLANf Military Experts Have by No Meant Abandoned Faith In Weapon of ThlaI It is an Acknowledged fact that a moving aeroplane is an abnormally dif ficult target no matter troUt what dix tance It is aimed at because the man can easily adopt rapid apd erratie flight and repeatedly alter the direc tion of his progress In a recently Pub- lIshed book Aircraft in the Great War by Claudo QrahameAVhite and Harry Harper the authors discuss the possibilities of duels In the air If against flying craft tho land gum are largely Impotentand In this war they hafc beenthere is still the attack from tho air and here as we have Indicated there is scope tot darjng Vork But there Is ono adverse factor Even a motor of 200 horse power and this Is almoat the limit today gives noqo too much power for a large and heavy craft and for this reason lf a machine has a gun and ammunition and carries In addition the weight ol a pilot and a combatant Its space may be so reduced that when it seeks com bat with onxe hlghspeed hostile scoutt it will fly so slowly that tho enemy rhaving no such burden to check his pacecan flyout of range and so es cape Had there been enough machined is air fighters would have plaYed a lea Ing role But as it Is the air scout has boon hampered merely in his work and this to no great extent Instead bfin jvr n from the air 01I K EPS CHICKENS AT WOR Chicago Man Employs Unique DevIce to Increase Production of During tne Cold WeatherEggaI iA resident of Chicago Is reported to have devised a way to keep his chickens up to their work during tho win tor season when thl short days have an undesirable effect on tho produc tion of eggs His plan is to provide his chickens with artificial jlghttto work by and he has installed a of electric lights in his seriesI cording to tho Electrical Review- sAt six in the morning I turn o the switch and the fowls got up think log It is daylight The lights are turned off at daylight when the neigh bora fowls are just arising At tour the lights aro turned on again and they are kept going until nine at night when I turn out all except the two candlepower lamps These give just sufficient light to give the ap pearance of dusk and tho fowls begin going to roost I leave the small lamps lit all night so that If any ot the fowls want to get up at night to eat they can do so Eleven days after tho lights were installed the dally average jumped from 26 eggs to 83 During the molting season under Ute old custom when most of the food was going to feathers instead of eggs I had only 11 erl a day Now I get E2 a day during the milling season By my method I keep the chickens 1oamountand I am keepIng them thinking all the Urns 5 Ti- I At the Telephone jlllottoconspicuousiacer havlnlbeento order that Its patrons may learn t ServicesaneIand gentlo with the apparatus There re people who do not know that Snda t Sentionup and down slowly very slowlyhookS s Sinyt Seth is jIggled rapidly there Id no hookS li Sboutindiferentthe atIother end of the wire By seeing IsIone can easily gain an Insight Into her character The querulous cranky IItroquhaveDontoverthestaxidSJ i Hats as Peace TokensS storyIby Roy William Sellers FlghUnIMeltothe round of a military ward when she noticed a wounded soldier toVing with a German helmet Well she said to tho soldier I suppose that means that you killed your man Well naw quietly responded the oldler You see it was like this He lay on the field pretly near me with an ayfu bad wound and bleedte away somethln terrible I was losirf lot of blood too trw my leg but I boundidid- the same for me Nawthin df coors was said between us I knew no Gel pan 5nd the ither man not a word English so when hod done not seem boo else tae thank him I just smilci tfnd by way of token handed him mf Glengarry and he trailed bask and ConI5Cees Get Susy on Train Returning from the Oregon hilla thetmountalnsconsiderable game a pasteboard box with a swarm of bees they captured In the woods a Wllllamspprt Pa dispatch to tho Philadelphia Inquirer states 5 On account of the cold the bees were easily handled but when they were taken into the steamheated passen g er coach of a Northern Central trjiln at Trout Run they began to get busy and In a few minutes emerged from numerous punctures that had been made to give them air less time than it rakesto tell the jIn had all fled to tho next and the beeS held the fort for lome time Finally the conductor put on a pair of gloves made a dash Into tthe bar and raising the window tossed the box of bees but Into the night not before he had been careasei butI the nce by JioUooted cat Wenntpu ttIbe completed in February will men ure C42 feet In length and for a few months will be the lajgost craft In the world England Is building one 80C feet long which will probably be AmericanI l olf the older boats curved forward be tormedIhigh power of fao modern navalt gune makes It Impossible for war vessels to come closer enough together to rant each other The armature ot the California It thicker than that of any other boat In the world She will havo ft speed of il knots an hour and can carry 1059 men The cost of tho boat alone It 7000000 but her equipment of guns and ammunition will Increase the value 15000000to GameRaising iFarm From the Brstf gamo farm In Mmn iota tables of epicures will be supplied witi pheasants and mallard ducks within two years and possibly within ono yoar If present hopes are realized pralrlothe farm said superintendent of the Game Protective league This is only a starter on the morn gamo movement More than a hundred citizens n ost of thorn farmers will begin game breeding next fcprlngbbth for sporting purposes and for tho market Every game bird raised and sold ml captivity helps to protect the states supply of wild game and If Iaiy plans work out Minnesota will within a few years bo the greatest gameproducing state in the Union Upside Down and Back Again- A singular caso of salvage has come to light at Quconstown Ireland where tho Russian vessel Ilaltzar arrived In ladetr with timber horn Gulf 1tow bound to Cork appears that on September 27 theI was damaged And turned tur tle In the Atlantic but thanks to her cargo of timber sun remained afloat She was towed bottom upwards into Bcrehaven where a salvage contrac tor got tho vessel to float again In her original position with her decks upwards was then towed to Qnecnstown IShe she will proceed to Cot tc her carja Tnat Little Matter A certain captain of industry corn Alimented on an Immense war con tract said in New York One beauty 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