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PsLISHEDNoMINI 1883 Ja kl THE NE i stJli tf tl I VOL XXXIIi f ND113 t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 21 1916 L t t IIJri tr t i t jT fr f 1 j oO tI BIG f J J J llS t 1t l ti Iif J 4ry r f satIIf A J 1JdIrwJ tt UtoJt i It Y i t Q R A IER L 1 c J f i t tft t t t SPflIND f t N JI 7 if tt I tif t 1 J tJJj 1I t 4 + r1 I BUILDING LOTSajd v r r 7 JM ONE RESIDENCE M i tJ r r i 11 ttr7 t LL4LtIubIicI itictionI I t = F L IJ J 1 J THURSDAY i k tr1l 4AT 10 CLOCK SHARP Altt t A I H j InBeavtiVIt 1 U ERCMANt CORTIJ r J I ffif Lr7 jf l f 2nt 7f SELECMAN COURT is situatEdbetween Main Cross and falnut Streets inside the city limits of Springfield Pavements water- lights t f lr r mid all conveniences right at hand and is ideally situated in the highest and best residence section of the town and is Ji ONLY TWO BLOCKS FROM THE COURT HOUSE AB MAIN STREET r ViI + 0 Grundy and Virginia Avenues have befin extended through o Alain Cross Street and are well arranged for convenience Handsome stone approaches mark the mrrJllji tvhenewJ streets which have been graded through the court Beautiful shade tides and ornamental shrubbeey already adorn thee tots All lots will havea bfcildinf Mt cliitt itfhed to them and people who buy lots to build on may be certalh of the surrounding houses being In keeping with their own I flt t t ti r The Handsome Old1 Selecman Residence t i = m Yi1 ttiProt6y the best built house and certainly no prettier or more idealI home in t J e county will also be sold Large rooms and halts 2 bath furna elil1JSarid water V S se s 4 conveniences The house is newly painted and ready to move into is on a spacious and shady Jot and the outbuildings are in perfect repair t t SEJLECMAN COUkTis c only 5 minutes alK frln tHe best Graded School of any town this size in the State For its population Springfield is tk j jytown in tHe State now and Has a foundation to make it as good as any of any SIze with a little boosting Keep bopstlngthat counts You hair tM tiScKoql Churches of every denomination uptodate merchants and a good cuntyto back it up Springfield Has by far tHe largest tobacco marhalg luUUitl sidt ring its SIze of any town or city in tHe worldand its Here to stays tHe good people and tHe fertile soil ot Washington county make it thela Ti of Ky You need lots for lots mean new Homes for your growing population THe country people need these lots if they expect to come to town aiUL I cite their children Then why miss this opportunity to buy the choice lots of a life time at your own price I 1 To make the day attractive to those attending the sale we will GIVE AWAY ONE LOT valued at 500 and other valuable presents Each white person on the grounds fy 10 odock gets a FREE chance orr them You dont have to buy anything or even bid on anything to get these chacs but just be with us at that time and boost for Springfield TERMS EASY IIycarswithsixEverybody cordially invitedto come out and llook the lots over lidn tile fayttim 6 GET THE HABIT iiBE A f I i j Sand Concert at 9 A Nl and During Sale f- A r l l COL IT COWHERD AuctioneerC11 ri In ICE HWS4CAO PRINGFIBLD ICYI iwuromKY in L JIIfft NUN A t tiMn asst Publitelrs I tM Ipjdacihii 3Cy Posttstart it ireed ctoaaBaU matter t rWn otiH to announce r WM yociRHIE a a eiiirli1selJatlr et Washingi Ml eMellrr Mifiit to tM idiot of 0t11Ii rwk APia Mr ObJY9ll r Mr JackMD Johnson SC w Ltate mmnvificturer while ad iiuitl that a railroad strike wo Ii yeost his vomfanyA- 2jOiOOO a otb asserts that he IMS YMa 11111ali1 fo get anyone to j eYaIt io his satisfaction how 22Prsiieat W ikons course was pflfht Very well II Mr Johnsons factory should caick Irs iroald he have the fire J apr tont stand around and argue how the building laws 4 toM Abe revised or woUld he toKxtMgakhtbe blaze- dIf a tmrgaon la called upon toy perform aa operation to save a aa life would he have him tint prepari a thesis on the WroilC soda of living which seas the operation necessary rorjafcouldbe go ahead at once psanl pirate Iftlti ave a city from destruct tai by load It became necessary to Wat a dike and submer ea i far wlieatfield would it not 4 tie betterto dothat tibia argue t 7lar future inethotls of flood J control v t Im the eaigrgwcy the Pros dent and UgtjrrjMS obeyed th ola Roman maxim Public wel j fare is tbe supreme law A ptolonjred railroad stride would have cost the people of the TJni ed States hundreds mil ws iiuna and inestimable suffering waich no future legislation could nave squared Tne settlementit r a- f ode by Congress has prev ented all thai loss aad misery ana has done aq injustice for which fn tare laws cannot provide co haattcabt Louis Post patch sst 1rr ks A BiJob l No preeideotsinceLincoln ha bad to handle such complex problims as President Wilson has been fronted with He has 4 stoppred the railroad strike Financial agricultural and labor legislate om of his administration stand as a grout monument to work well t done Do yotfwant to make a Cban aLeet Mm EinTshli i gewkbridge Mr and Mrs Art Ryan and daughter fethf Mrcand Mrs J hn rand daughter Taelma sPent Sunday with L E + t P Perkins and family of this place Mjae Baz l Ttompson spet t Sunday wi h Mars Marla JVnk leis attended the wedding of Hester Hardin and tannest Hard of Figh GloverMiss Kathrine Hale and broth eispentt Saturday night with their uncle R L Crouch and ati tended church at Brush Grove Mr and Mrs Roscoa Brown j and children of California are visiting friends and relatives near this place Mr aod Mrs Hugbie Keeling this place spent Sunday with father Aiford Snider of Fair View f Mr aud Mrs Cleave Hall and children of Polin spent Sunday with her fatuer W P Ryanrs Mr and Mrs Ezra Misses Kathrine Hale JIardioII Ryans and Irma Njcb Messrs Yocum gordon Conway and Ruel Scott wereIsonII guests of Misses Jcsdio Ophelia Crouch Sunday e Mr and Mrs R L Crouch and daughter Keron of tilts place spent last Tuesday and Wednesday with ber Jatbef J11l Mpntgomery of Maud Mr and Mrs W11f Kays and children spent Saturday and Sun ay with his father George Kays of Fair View Hurrah a Rj N 1Almost1 1yoongsters1 th R n ling Brothers cicns is J iLouisvillei ran so high befnre and it is Mk ly that thiaidiatrict will send theelephants Unusual interest centers around the gigantic spectac e Cinderella wit which tha fauioas showmen an this season opening their wonder ful main tent propram Cin desalts is probably the best loved of all fairy tales and to set it produced wish more than OOO persona hundreds of dancing girls and glorious pagcaufc ii deed gives promise of m ring childhoods golden dreams come true Iti the same greut tint wiih cone the mare oun circus numbers in which 400 met and women perftroiers scorer of trained animals and a gaivx sofspecial features are introduce The majority of the acts are en tirely new to Americas theoling Bros having secured the pick of those European perform Jers who have been obliged tc seek engagements iutliis country because of the war Theallriev street parade will take placej shore day morning =1 New Book GOes to PreSs MondayOct2 j THE BELL DIRECTORY referenceIfour months Subscribea now and get your name in l the list Of the best people in the community Arrnga today for changes and correc L tions in your present listings t t If You Advertise 1 itskiDdtoday r 1 JUI one write or call OLHI1ERLAND TELEPHONE r AND TELECRAiPH COMPANY Inoorporated Iiii v I Great Demonstration and Sale for One Week Only Beginning Sept 27 of TheTT Bout Bend Malleable RanI e i+ Durrrog the week of Sept pct 4 we will iliave a special demonstration from tbg South Bend Malleable Range Fact y t txplainlhtt mffldng of this great rang and why it is superior to OU other ranges whyit lasts longer and costs less to cporute than other ranges anti wnv your range money will buy the irost valu if it buys the GENUINE SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE Intaresting talks and demonstra tions will be given EVERYDAY which will bd K liberal edu c 6or 10 the housewife on range economy We waat every tpdy to come without fail whether you 1nend buying runge or not Wiilf the reputation of our store at stake we have re fused to sell any but reliable ranges Thereto k we sell and rtcomraend The South Bend Malleable because we ki ow its quality and constrviction is right The South Bend Male CopperBearicnBt ivi comparisonInl veryliid1fmany ullier important reasons why the South fiend Malle Uble hould be dour ranEe choice We will show aud prove there r as ns if votr will call rile South Bend Malleable is the range of the Ameri can family nearly half a million kitchens ib the United States are equipped with ranges and many thousands of foreign homes since they began Jo make them about twenty years agotlSuch an enormous output enables economical produc tion which in turn permits us to offer the South Bend Malle able rmae at a price comparing favorably with ranges that do uo even approach The South Bend Malleable c ass Keep The South Bend Malleable in mind and remember it represents the best range valie we know of or we would not tecowmend it iO our friends and customers Set of Aluminum Cooking Ware Free As a special inducement during our demonstration week only we will Pine with every South Bend lunge sold one handsome set of kitchen ware as illustrated Jverj piece id the finest of itK kind and the entire set canfiot be purchased for lets than 800 The price of the South Bend remains tilt same as always and the quality of the stdve is the same I his kitchen ware iisun out and out present See it at our s rte V Dont forgel the date and be sure to attend this edu catianal demonstration You are placed under no obligated to buy and even if you do not intend buying a range ifh y now it will be worth your time to know all about the holy Pm derful South Bend Malleable Range i Two Farms F Sale r I desire to sfW privately myj irras feituiUad on the St Ruse tud LofcetU PurppileIThe iiome farm contains about 05 acres allhr grass except about 12 acre Hits good dwabiugi teal uM aacesiary outbuildings The oilier firm contains aboutn 12Q acres more or less and close to cuuntv road Has small house on it and all necessary outbuild ings Mostly in grass Terms reasonable t JasBHill f Commissioners Sale t It W 14 Mcffiroy etc PUts Equity T K Smith Jl Wimsott et nl Lefts ByVirture Judgment and order cf auie of the Washington Circqlt Court rendered at the May term 191ft in he above atylod pause shall jxoceud oiler for sale at the Court IJouse a door in Springfield MONDAY SEPT 25 191- 6it l 100 oclock pm or thereabout d jti mihs payment to be vqual the follQwing deecrtbetl property Uiwit t A certain tract of land situated in Waahjngtou mnty Kvon tho waters i Little peach fcrk about 4Ji miles forth of SpriQgfiekl and formerly xnown at the Tom Punean farm con raining 1l6 acre 8 roods and I poles more orle rhla iis one of the most productive farm ia Watihiiigtcn coondty and has firmclew improvement consisting of good frame residence tenant house large stock barn and two large tobacco bass tThe above property iis sold to satisfy debts as follows W W McElroy note for S1MOOO wink annual interest from Jan 1911 tOj Sept W ID16 subject to a credit of of 3W March 13 llGta 1668111 A C Kimb ll tdmrf etc note for and interest from Jan tiltrro sept 21 1916 17W4J cop es Deposit Bank 2 potoa for U HSi6tX each and interest from Jan 193G to dept 21 1916 27SMG Cost estimated 000 Tatal fG1878 vnr the purchase price the purchaser- r pirehasera with approved security or jratV must execute bond boaHnjr legal intVoBt from date of sale until IlBid asd haIng the force and elfoet or a Judgment Bidders will be prWUrodf to copI pesmltfly with those 3 elC F M08LEY M CAV cC- I The Ladies cfjias tern Star 211 l will give a Sock Social and Musicale at Walnut Street Theatre Septem ber 27th j inviter J 1C7 1tDUet6 In scaled smltarycana Finest fortable me and baking Ask your grocer for It Sendc postal card for booklet of Prizo Becipea t4IP DUFPk SONS 920 Dognesno Way Pittsburgh Pa STAGE FAVORITES NO MOR Held That Negro M Petrol Companies Will Be Only Memory Before Many Years Of rjl the varied a id manifold kinds of theatrical entertal went negro min is the one w Ich Is absolutely to these state and which could not have come tat existence any where else in the civilized world Here in America alp 10 has the transplanted African beta brought Into in timate contact wit the transplanted European Other aliens may have disputed our claim q the invention of butInegro minstrelsy as Indisputably due to American inventiveness as the telephone itself Htjre in the United fUatoa it had its humble beginnings Uure it expanded ad flourished for many years from hire It was exported to Great Britain where it estab lished itself rqr many seasons from hero it made sporadic excursions into France and Into Germany and here at last It has fallen into decline and degeneracy and a decay which seem doom Jt to a tp jody extinction Its life was little longer than that Vouchsafed to man threescore year ton for it was born in the fifth Uoth It lingers superfluous on tho stage with none to do It reference Time was when the negro minstrels lad possession of threo or four then tors in the single city of Now York and when a dozed or more troupes wore traveling from town to and now they kayo long ago loanIj their last hail in the metropolis and only two or throo companies wind tholr lonely way from theater to then throughout tho United States The few surviving practitioners of the art dry roilucod to Ute presentation of brit interludes in the alldevouring variety shows or to tho Imparsonation sparse nerro COb8trs in ooca lot11uc SkWmora Quanta who paraded so gayly at Har and Harts aro disbanded now these many years Johnny Wild of oyottt memory is no moro and Bwetnam bereft of his follows In sable drollerY lIa soon only In a chance mc Iy like Excuse Me or the County Chairman George Christ sad Dan Emmett and Dan here gone and lloft only fading aes of their besets songs ro dances and their flippant Matthews In aorlbueri J IJtzln Bejjln to See Daylight Tho doctors majr disagree over the origin of pellagra they disagree about host things but tho theory of the abllc health service is reasonable enough Wo are largely what wo cati aaya the Boston Dally Advertiser D15 cases that once were fatal aro now treated absolutely by diet and treated successfully as all physicians agree Perhaps in another generation the drug storo will be a food shop In stead of paregoric or castor oil the family doctor win prescribe orange juice or lottuco Every child will know the relative importance of fats pro tells and carbohydtatrn Anew geef oration will circulate pledges against sugar and pie cms Both have slala than rattlesnakes ver did Many aI mar ttakes tar mcjre worry over the lubricating oil he juses on his motorcar than on the fuel he shovels into is digestive motor We call this a ago but in the matter of food food frauds ife have juit befoa iMrglnp from thq stone aga TheSouthBendMatleableRanoe I I Iffndthis Set ofPure Alurmmim Cookindvcire 11 IAt the ofthe aone ispee 1rlA Co KIMBALL Springfield ky I Ktl dbiddr Chapter Everybody dI andIn BryantI ot1housandljand R2e the FISH A LA BOMBARDEMENT Gorman Shells Provide Meals for the Inhabitants of a Part of North FranceEWhen a certain great stone struc beiogJIlainment They know the various schedules the shells run on and time their arrival Who German guns firing them are bear oft that the report cannot be heard Thore ia a deep bass touring roar closely fql lowed by another for they come in pairs and then two huge columns of Water hurtle into the air for hundred feet nccoUlJaenicd ley two heavy detonations The bleacheroc cupying Anftf icanfi of thcuambulance lections thoy have installed a bench lo sit onthou jump up and scurry for a wall which affords protection against the oolnU that sing back from the shells In a second there is a rush for the hot chunks of metal while the native emerge from their shelters to gatbr up the fish that have been killed by the terriflc eon cussion and fisha la bombarde menflis served to us the next day J R McConnell in the Outloo HIS POSITION NO SINECURE WorkiHis Royal Master J Persia appears to be the only coun t try besides= England where a poet laureate has been maintained of re cent years Until inaffaredDia tlxtlisheil the post in 1806 the court it Teheran shad fps centiri pos scieed a laureate whoso duties wer tar more numerous than tbose of British confrere hirI Aeevding to Narciase Powin rhoI agent some years in Persia at the beginning of the nineteenth court etiquette ccntuI whenever the shah traveled pntside the capital his Suite must include a dwarfa giant a jester a histgjiog rapher and a poet laureate The last ttwo were kept busy for while the historiographer had to re cord for posterity all the doings and sayings of tho shah the laureate was called upon to celebrate a large pro portion of these in verse M Persin highly commends this custom which he found rigidly followed for the shah knowing that ninny of his iltt ferjinces and deeds would be crystal aeVin an ode felt bound on these royal l progresses to speak and behaw majestically NOT TO BE EXPECTED Itt is useless to appeal to the high1beeledsnoesi expectfthem to come out flatfooted for rej form jAm SUCCESS t Dyer How did Litely overcome Qotrox objection touhini as a SOil law daQljlstepJ lliisRrtRe Price Ware I iiu i S IT rsIw Ownersjtheve Oxygen Process the process that does not t IIH the motor taken down and the moot IsYstem for removing carbon IIIIAut Repairing of all Kinds 1 Oils and Gasifue Agent ffor the RefdbKc MileageTires apd Tubes Trouble car at your com und at al I times night and day Phones 138W and 138J i r4J f I I Springfield 6ata jj- F tW BAUMBAUER Prop I Main Stt FREE AIRDRIVE IN Spriaffield I- lt Oiita- u L 9 25 For l AJiExptiDse IwoDays Tour from Spriu dd StfC Mr 1 Personally conducted by the Excursion Agent L Jk FT L It Round trip tinUtlsSS 75 Board at the Cave Pot incudfntr the several roDt2 io heiu vefer t 50 Tickets on sale fo r uji ni Q trains phone Latt JN Agem ii V I Chases Valuation William M Chose figured amusinglyl in a transaction concerning hlmleUI and an unarttatlo owns a bad painting Isnt that grandf the latter reo marked when pointing out his pUt chase A great bargain too Got It for four hundred dollars and William H Chase says it is worth ten thousand dollarsIA friend of the painter heard this statement and took it to Chase smilingly explained whoI Heicornered me one day and ed mq to fix a value on It but I him I couldnt do it He then tOldI me with qnsstlon I couldnt dodge Well Mr Chase how much wOUld you charge to point a picture like that I assured him most earnestly that I wouldnt paint ono ilka it for thousrnd dollars telj At the Boarding notice New Cook anxiously There arc 14 more to served maam anti Jove nothng but ilrty Ishoa Landlady Tey Gorge lit the gravy Cornell Widow mn 1AWaionar think that sonata is the most ISbeImuslo I ever heard the rattle of a turaltw p eats it Ia Mllw a Not Always What They amITony said a British officer to his l soldierservant something tells mo that I shall never come back alive I seem to havo a presentiment that wayThen take no heed of it sir T sponged tho servant Thorn present manta Is frauds A cousin of mine had one once and it treated him very badly It was ust like the one thats troublln you now sir He felt sure that haUbo killed out in Egypt so he divided his savings between his sweet heart and his bosom chum and went out to be shot nut never a did ho sot scratchI I And what happened when turned home Did they give him back his ioncyINot a farden air Theyd been BdIgot married while he was away and theyd set tap Souaekeeplnr with UM monoyi A Partlni Shot Woman romanced Ute s M6p It ssaarsepeeierYaiI slavey youth aa hi Vi4i a ftryk cigarette No of course yea e V iM No lrted Thats what is Ute matUc with tha aaajority 9t voiir asg t l ciZr iineesseislenelirldeThere ft eeit he Ve have Mt trew seetIM a month and alreMJ1efI ease Need to care for me Younfr iTustasii Wly Mr Iwhat daa yea be tWBWa elf Yesdearer to BM arar It lant1 hew tasil yW took meats at nr ACMM Ma K tiabnfore we wsra Ma rtav salsa IItscarcely awls a 4k Bav ia abe knew T M were IT Ja IRe tie cauBd yet k 4 M ap sd 0f Certte list iiiAnd few yep ar wr a ieilapin jest beeII IUltJllBj fir kear if 1 Hes aiQ1teM = CArrIWel1ealer sls tie Its x beauty ami t Kw acw rie eMi sparrow chaser aft Jp acts YQtiw cold ha Is paM H lai rAk rr WAS Ing birds lac sltilpslr II Mer Mod miserly at WiHiatu lav lbssit- og put tw WIll dIeithi Wuse ot tH 4e1 ttflreItuinto court Me sIII g el Iris eM 17nYsat ltddletex was thsealri wl a ee EOMJt7 CWet m Ilel sliras a4- tti owq ilteahetm tah rel V 4 u FOR BALK Good 12cre farm iU from BpYin = field well r b Irhif om it a good 1r two jells and iiMt rcUrd Inquire at r DfJJ C AI LIED uui Sirew Oros Ii i4o11rfSto9amto p i Itli OY T Haydoaft Drug Store 7DI 1 W HYATT 0tIIii net Springfield State i 0ce hours 1030 a m w 13 is 4 to 5 p m I 4WF GR1GBY Er 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW f XBM JKt oples Bank llIN8FlXLU KY stiriDLW t ENTISTjiji tMMJ l i fDORSEYtDORSEY It J LAWYERS WfarfJietf tLwtsville h 1 11JtLouis to litI SPECIAL TO WOMEN fife acct uJcleilaidpa and Naeiil tIf lilt utlMptlcs Is A uMili AaHiepHt Powder to i i W ihiiWii m waler ae ededI JrNCSi44alaatisepUefordouchea- to tMiHeg MUrrk lifiamBtlon o- rthtr Um tIf aoee throat and that a iawl kf fM mlM lila itlnas no equalL Mr tea pars tke Lydia E Plnkham Mi i Me C luw rteoamended PaxUno ta tktr friVftU eorrwpondence Wit- hsuer trkkk yroTM Its auperlority WI wko UTe been cured say K is V rtk 1U weight In gold At rei Ste We lame xor by mAlL lite TMrten T0UH Ca Boston Kasa wTREES l l BludVand Fruit Trees straw kiMrrj Plants Grape Vine iritbs AspaWLRns Rhubarbj Ttodging etc Everything tor OreKard Lawn and Garden 4freeCatalog v jpl F HlUeileier i Son 1841 Lexingtony 1916 SOWN r Woa 5W HH r festalI ml a teIThe freshest anil i AllI ut Y urseir Frlf ads I and Acquaintances M Mn MM For Sale 100 bushels seed ry j A Boulware iLos On the streets of Spring filda pair of gold frame nose glasses Finder will please leave at this office Mr L M Walker has purchased from Mr 0 T tx gsdon the farm of 19 acres neat town on the 8priDg6 M and St Marys pike The Charles Marksburv sale was held on the premises last Tuesday Mr G D Oatlett bp came the purchaser of the farm at 7550 per acre This farm iis known as the Harrison Nally place and is one of the best stock farms in the county all tin land being in 1bigb state of culti va Zion U The WomansCicbiwill givo aDI entertainment of the Opera House Wednesday night Septem ber 19th The principle feature of the entertainment will be a repita1 by Miss Boldrjckf Miss Bold rick has quite a reputation- in this line and will be with the Lyceum Bureau next season Setts are now on sale and all who to wish to see a goodenter tainment will do well to attend I A warrant was taken out in he Police Court for Wade Mc Murlrv colored for fignting one Bill Hnngate Another warrant wits taken out for Alex Bakei colored alleged to have maliciously shot and wounded Dee Best also colored with iutent to kill- Ijst Saturday nieht The examination is set for next Saturday The case is said to inhoU o Mr ns of domestic difficultie h ft Mr W T Simms is making considerable improvement in the building occupied by Georg Overstreet as a barber shtp New weather boarding is being put on the building and it is being re roofed and painted When complete it will make a trioc better appearance in that end pii town The sale of the late residence Mrs Martha Pardiew wa 10f last Saturday afternoon was purchased by H R Eddleman at 850 This iis valuable property and Mr Ed dleman purchased it at a bargain t The Feet mad stove puttYi explain why imitation hot blast heaters and stvM with other saving are not to remain is Coles Hot TOPICSj1 Sale tII We desire to sell privately our farm situated on the outskirts ol Lebanon The farm contains 80 acres of well laud v and Is known as the Taylor Mr Harmon farm and is one of the best pieces of property iu Marin ion county For further infor and themation call on J C Harmon or HeSpencer Clark I Young Man Mes- Quite asad death was that n Kir Ben F Simms Jr which occurred last Monday morning Some five or six years ago white e t school Mr Simms contracted tuberculosis In the hope of bettering hia health be wenttii from here to New Mexico where he spent a number of years Wten he returned he was ap i andPseemed as if he was almcst re covered But a short time ago his health again begun to tail and the decline was rapid until at death Mr Slmms was born in this county August 26th 1890 being the son Of John F and Ubarlotte Simms As a boy he was dis tin uished for brilliancy of mind and excelled in all athletic sports He was a congenial companion life and 1ked by all who knew him When lie found he was afflicted she with he madu a her heroic fight for life and bv the force of hiy win and courage doubtless his life Funeral services here conducted at St Dominics morning and burial was in St Dominics cemetery 1 M roe EUTPthrund y JS Mrs widow of Felix Grundy one of the old est women of the State and ad member of one ot the best known families in Nelson county pass ed Swy peacefully at 10 ocock d ninetyhsix at fire Church Home and Iu Urinary 1508 Morton avenues iwtiere snehad made bur ttlta for the past eight months She shtd been iU a long time of in a tirmities x Eight mpnth ago Mrs Grand asked to be brought to the bomeI 1fromt her native residence Lep anon Ky She was hardl able Not ceTha 3 Sieves in 1 The OoTsida powetlut Raditiny Body The Inside durable Castiron r Hinter J LjTwo Stoves for the Price of Onew f ti We offer you only reliable goods made by reliable manufacturers Hotiestt prices and honest values is our motto If there is one place where a f qualityi counts it is heret coles Original Hot Blast f is adoublp stovea heavy durable heating stove slipped inside of 4J tthe powerful radiating body which radiates all the heat This re markable fconstructiomnakes an absolutely airtight staytight heater 1P until Monday morning This 7 t which holds fire from night C1 aranteed stn ti htconstruction in connection with our Hot last ti savingr draft makes our guaranteed great fuel economy possible l f r Many Leaking Joints temporarily tight with 4S fuel devices guaranteed airtight- liraystasI Blast MaipenlH improved tuberculosis prolonged Wednesday ElizautiiGiundy home r Saturday OfI Coles Hot Blast burns any fuel soft coal hard coiJ or wood It is a powerful radiator of heat It gives a sizzling hot base u It gives a guaranteed fuel economy You cant afford to be without thistremarkable heater Come in and see it today F Colefs Hot Blast makes your coat pile last To avoid Imitations look for Colag Ml Clure 8 Simms 0IIbroughtbere1 Mrs Grondysaw diany s y IIDew L II j a 810010ckwhere81 I Kentucky Grandy WitS one of the prominent members off the lla the early nineteenth rentuy Iin 180G7 Was a infliub ijof Kentucky Court of Appeals was a member of the first 1SL i 1I OfIaonglesSOfII Louisville Post I dlspotel K Fields II Miss Mary Letitia Fieldsi died her home near Maliicon last Thursday aiter a shojty She was a daughter of the l Sim Fields and was born ladyIIIreared in this county She about 42years of agd and a highly regarded by everybody who kneW her During all herI she wa a resident of this county and everyone with whom made acqu intuice became staunch friend Jj Her only brother Oscar Fields was killed some years ago by lightning Ftfueral services and burial were conducted Saturday at St Hose and burial was in the cemetery there 0Good Lady done Itom That we know not the day nor the flour when death may come was exeinpliiled last Fri morning in the Ufpth of Mrs j Monica Willett but in tier cese she was not unprepared but had uring the whole oif her life herded the warning Ibu vaf therefore ready She so lived tnat her whole life wits a con t preparation for death ftvoinan constant mil faithful in her Christian cluiies loved and revered by al She was such a character that her death loaves a void in her community her many kind and neighborly acts will be missed ty her iiuui eruus Irieuds Monica Jane Janes gag bbrn in the state of Missouri August lOih 1858 find cam to this coun ty when 19 years of ute Norctn bet 17ih 1874 she was united in marriage to Mr J W Willett wh with the following children lryWaiter y and berecbel Willett Mrs J Muloney Mrs Louis Mudd and Miss Alice W IlOtGtFuneral services were conduc ted at Frederickstown by UevI T Pieteri and burial was in St Dominics cemetery In The Courts Monday was the regular term of the Wayliin ton County Quarterly Court There wits a light docket and only one case in which there wia contort That was the case of Ed Smith of Marion countv vs Rue Carrion Sime time during August 1915 Mr Carrico went over into Marion county ands cppedall night with Smith Diis buggy which had two pounds of paris green in it was left Inthe barn During the night a C3Jw ofMr Smiths entered the bart and Me the poison and was found the next morning lead The oujy question rf fiidt involved ws as to whether Mr Cameo fold Mr Smith the presence of-f the poistJn in his iiggy Mr Smth claiming that he cd uotland Mr Carrico cl imiug he did Toe jury ifter hearing the evidence instru seas fther curt and argument of counsel1i found in favor of Carrico Th- plyiatillwus represented byHon 18 A Russell and the defendant by Joe and John Polio t Money At Five Per Cent The Farmers Trubfc Co of jtndianapohs Ind has appointed measlheir loan representative of Washington pnld adjoining coun lea on farm laud ony ut 5 percent per annum Fee jt call on R C Brow R testatL dell r I 1r 1 uI fjc r LATEST FALL STILES IIN LL I I COATI SUITSj NewWeavesIguaranteed to give the wearer absolute satisfaction The values cannot be Surpassed Prices range fro- mX15 TO S5O THE sura I 1 f NEw Separate BMrtsv i Latest Fall Models and in all the leading Woolen Materials and at plasiDfP 11 CLOTHING HATS AND SHOES J Fail Line of Clothing Hats and Shoes forMenl and Young Men is nowon iuJy i i r J 1 r IThe inspection Drop inland we will be glad to show you x IrNO TROUBLETO SHOW GOODS At OURrSTOREj THE ROBERISONGLAYBROOKEC08 1 t L Incorporated BIG DAY Lr FOR SPRINGFIELD I Thursday September 21 When Selecmau Court Will rfe Opened 0One of the raoit extensive lot sales and one which mans morel to the City of rtpringtield than any other lo rouiq ever bed here is the me which beheld Thurs dot Sept 2lst Inthu beautiful Solecinan Court In most ILJ stances lot sate are held 10 a suburban part ltf a citaLd for some time are note the most sought after because the public cannot accustom themselves to the increased distance hut this is not tho condition that ispre sened when the Selecman Court is opened next Thursday aod the public will be given an opportu rthe many beautinity to secure ful building sites to bl found in this riTVision The West Waketteld Realty Company pumiased this ontird property and subdivided it into town lots frotiMng on good stroetsfand sidle ill is lot sale gives the public the tdvnn t geof btcuriig these lots for building sites yet it is a sale Which is greatly to the advan tage of the City of Sprlrgtiald in that two beautiful streets will have been extended Grundy and Virginia Avenues will be extended tQ ManjCross Street The extension of pi gmw Ave nuo will be called the Seleoman Court and indeed it may well be callod a court for there will be no morw beautiful street in tho city being at the same time within a stones hrjow of the main part of thet city and yet Having about it au atmosphere of perfect calm quiet and retire went The splendid mansion will at the same time and place be sold to the highesi bidd9rtrhls was formerly the propertv of the late Richard Browne and is one of the best buildings in the city It is tilted with tin modern J COP leniences and is a beautiful home Tho lots wilt befold singly withitae privilege of taking two at the same price Tho lots are f in a handsome part of the city it is the Intension of the sel land of this properly to peep it up the standard Tlia diY will be a big dol in tho Citys History and a large crowd will= be in attendance Thee Vakefield West Realty Co are malting great preparations for the entertainment of the crowd- A brass band will give concerts bah on tne street and during tle sale A large number oC pieces of imported hard painted china will be giydn away as will also eno of the lots Persons in at tend nce should not fail to se cure ticUets for their chance + Children Cry t FOR FLETCHERS in t in is all we or its h M r of is i is the l her F and a to at Kv H is R I a J last has to her in a to her Leb anon is o T A and Mrs the Mrs has toani Urs at TUP j i J J Jso t o J it t cut I as as lilt I comeback II es I 1 the side 1 you will pII JULY to you a of s fltsa sold or t t to t ARItlEEI ALBERT the national smoke goodness and pipe satisfaction enthusi astic friends ever claimed font gives tJ delightfully Lar n on tf M thft tells The bt oa pound fad tin tad Doped + U lU tob oco in ii w1Ior any It is cool fragrant appealing to smokeappetite that chummy in amighty I l invest 5c or lOc out4our BQ on national smoke aJ REYNOLDS TOBACCO WintoaS le C StONAL Wisconsin the1 i guest of Miss Mayme Donenolly Lou isvtile tucstol parent hero Dr W family have returned from visit his parents Sebree Dr Williams of Now il with appeidictis large crowd attended the Fair weekt Mrs Heff Rubel returned after visit mothertoMiss Bernice Spalding cf visiting Miss Barnisten Miss MontgomerY hereLouisMr Spalding of Bards town was here Sunday Mrs C Shader Tom spent week nd tn Louisville MaO Mays return edSrter extended visit ttfrlaldsintOatHorQid WillRussell entertained cards Ian Prince Albert tt smokers such delight because f itits flavor k UffarMrt MM good it cant wu wseis tlcant pwrck yew you sire k M lssttidhard you 1tIlCIbut On jof every Piiiw riM PHOCCSS PATCNTCB 1M7 That mesas Jot tsibrees loyment Albert MIa without coupons paeirs wagive quality tQf joy YOULL Gbr Mwdrd UhicknoeAlbvttobacco foppywcf Unto rcrrtttJtth21fpoond humidor the crrmttltUtttnimiiloTwith pJ fnafMMrM bualOO r other man ever had sd and and your you will get with- t short time Will you to prove say the joy OX N E1R Duffy friends Trusty Haven Quite State home Lebanon j Ktiott Myrrie John Conway diM real pin reverse Albert package Prince tlorprefer il t I t far f- fTW tII tits ww ifas dPs Aire riJYs apIoAw It I trprlw J tn 1tk 1rij ifq t t t r i 4t j t gI t To The Public ip1f I I if f w I J i W s I will continue the business of BD Lake A Ga Ms tf J 0the old stand opposite L N depot wherel rill kesiist 4 hand a full line of c Field Seeds ahd FetiTBest Jeliico GoSU P I 1 I invite the public to come and exmine my stock J- Mf buying Suva just received car load of t f 3t 4JfNORTHERN OATS f It That sellatI 57c firiUAli Vi Bran b140 per hundred Chicken feal t grktlt Beat Jellico Cp Iloaded wii ilittc IkhCall and see my sfeck Priest rtatYt +s1 t IDIIa LiUftW VL r 0The Daily Evening Foil and ifotvjjr Leader both one year for 350 T T 4 OiirW IIiPombj toii L I f ItofftofccartiMjKbqol Ull WNadfglhtr pY bokw4 eWJ7 ir df eer wocivd o tfWlka MM croM ttw babbling biiuieocks On w btf 1011 or ip1- I i rrAflr 10 YOII flilYOC k1g J oa IEOtk411 jyin afore 2twcher deao 4iiiacY1and somed t a Mit sWeSClk bkI1 Idik lu1411 Lucy 1 1 Mf 10 wia her pretty smile and i rI r tOb inywhen i ItpSShr 4st asauit the I 0 Ir4jit j e qairtiIn heeY4 tekjrtojOlpiMr o I ilateaud I 44iJr ts feet from four ahd iarh tbetMcbers frown and hate whIcrape em on the fc ii1oQr 1 Joig to Jdd naught unto I Snufhtlijr proce pained and I sow uci ipil oil the state and t Wif kiMt withi a swipe ol my IJM4 IWw Alas they av by 11 bkteri slate cannot no ifW bat all toast ciphr TsaQSorQn a paper t tTtiEiis amesly thing iJ Where bas nil manhood JMM toft Giys boys a 1ate1 say MMltettlM girls pad if they j i Otj touK I long for tbe AjjiiiiiIK iiW ir1Mrhe1 Vor J5MMTMt kawhen teachersb ilJG4I on tbe bead or- Tjour Forfrail canoe ipuasjs Oflhispa and qs f 3Mpk lt tbe bloomiu term i M zv ffhjar his piecibus lfe t jjMHkMe fcy eatin poisonous Sd Omthiana Democrat il4 p sbstto Martha J 4 WiwW itott Stolen i iGeMrali MartiM Wnahinnton a rare old platter of unique design has hi Wlnl jolic court i PMJJJ thy The old rtlic ni foiaaoreWd Iin the t roCrvzait wfio diaap iMrod iroe the hnrre of Mrsr f ffiftoMW mifHrtwiWfelMter a mem few of MM of the citys odesti- astiHiMOfbe platter exhibited liD eurt what tbe girl was a- rigedboetierl Initials M Wcrve4jut3y in tbecenter St tbiUsbtaikd aroand the edge W4C iiii afWf of the iiuteen tateimttift toxlae Uwion fFbi girl aliad guilty to the theft a dI pidTjftwaspre-t Mwtai to Mm Washington by rtitb Fcls warrior on one of his VMita ttp t t Uaite States after tlMRM4IiitiMii jrllAIIs highly- 1M4Oter iiLrnaI t vrIikiuult fhe W nlngtbns Tw DjMg SutsFiIdr t II vMr J Lfxtlc D Grave oflhlsI eiijr wIfepfotn B Graves has aeAjty ot Lebanon for f7 1 t1af petition state thatI 0tI Ap3j ti 1016 Mrs Graves tell ML4 etis1y aide walk inIIII froaateFS store of Mr B Boi45id that her Ipwer- liHWiwiirf torn and lacerated hipMal fracturpd and dslocat eci ali rirbas system Impaired WiJiipr Ramswy of Riley sued ilM lJft41 ftaahville Ril rW i C pky for 150 claiming JfchI a- lw DtaadamiiKe8 for in 3iVij r9 Jvidrljyfarrare belong t6iIeWnghurt In aimg riIrotjgti1LatRsey 1IacoOtIL tMiIetIa Not Deeds jr aii1ibemore nignel the serviceIrilfaSrea tbe people bv r w f President Wilson tbe mor- elttthe Attacks on Him by Re publican papers Hekept the cOuntry out ar BoWithoy abuse hisi metbJ dot dolng it fie settled the strike situation by the firm atibereLen IOltbe sttupje riuht How Rpoiicn ditors rave over his m ltd ofJ dolngit Heretofore their slogan I f criticisn has been words not eeds but now when his words re few and his action prompts they are even more vociferous in their abuse- Unhappy is thc lot tf RepubI t lican editors under the Wilson administration In every case to avoid palpable folly they are forced to the tacit admission that ither his action was right while his method bnly was wrong or hb method was right and hisI action wrong Oi e can detecta albngnotei a minor cho d of misery ip rtll tneir o juratlons I SHeriffs Sale By virtue of Executiop No 12377 directed to me Which issued from theI Clerks office of the Washington CirIcuit Court in favor ofS A Russell against R T Gardner I or one of my deputies will on M liDAY SEPTEMBER 191- 6etween the hours of 100 oclock pm and 200 oclock pm at the Court House door in Springfield county of Washington Ky expose to PublicI Sale to the highest bidder the follow ing property or so much thereof as may satisfy the amount of the Plain tills debt interest and costs towit tnWashingon the north by St Rose and Lurotto ikrpn the weet by Dr Wright Lud Ban on south by Kidwell heirs and D Stanfield on the east by John A Medley and sohopl l house lot and con tains 28 acres and two roods JChere is exempted from this boundary 14 acr SidneyUardner Amount of debt interest and cost 34749 TERMSSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing terest at the rate of 6 per cent per an num from day of sale and hoving th force and effect of a sale bond This 2tth day of June1916 HK EDDDEMAN s w c HAftD TO CONTROL NERVES Kv n the Bravest Men Have Reiii Known to Exhibit Fear Before B Ing Inured to Battle Hen In the trenches now quite Uand tethe war game havo been described as feeling jumpythe sort of at mctf n that used to be called man aerlua Here to a state of mind not necessarily blameworthy nor even un soldierly tho bravest have experienced it The feeling is given various names As when a young nobleman was sent to the hospital suffering from Sean paralysis Being Immature a mere youth his heart in fact his whole body was undeveloped a man in spirit but not yet in body Being so conspicuous a figure it was up to him to display the supremest courage and of course he made good All the same there was a profound shock to his physical organism and something bad to evidence that shock tHis out was strong and brave but his physi oil being with Its tfubconscloua TcUt tolive was afraid and no shame to It or fo its princelj owner Why should men get equivocal about fear on tho battlefield why not frank fy call it that and not nerves or some like foolishness Tho courage Ues all In going ahead despite the tear The snblimest courage Is the two in the morning sort when ones physical condition Is at its lowest Sbb And the wonder is just that kind ot courage is now being so mag nificently and so lavishly displayed all along the battlefronts where mucK of the fighting is done at bight All soldiers are likely to be afraid until they get used to warfare This hu been true qf many famous com wandersAugustus who won fame at Actlum Turenne Napoleon Ney A he declared the bravest of 1C9Wardls who boasts he never was afraid Demosthenes talked fight aplenty but he ran away from his first engagement as did also Cicero Scientific American = PUBLIC SALE d i JBavie JHde arrmnjc efaenta to move to another county 1 will on Mmturday Sept 23 1916 at WqcIeek o m sell my farm of 101 acres of land where I now reside on theI SWtliLLrg and Fox Creek pike about 1 mile north of Sharpsville WashinRton CMMty Ky 09 Chaplin River and about 19 miles from Springfield and theI Ituct om Harrodsbarc Ky The land is divided by the pikes and the waftmc M ftwaatory frame of six rooms halls and porches and all kinds ot IITltkit hpoa has been newly covered and is In splendid condition sets eJa hilt where you have a beautiful view of the country two large beauti tfiri Sric trees In the yard which makes a beautiful shade and other shade be ioee splendid stock barn and tobacco barn that will hold seven acres of to aaiji 5GeIP51ttre The land lajn a litte rolling and mostly in grass and Tw MredttcUyeand can easily be cultivated and in a fine state of cultivation Mdd oae f tbe most pleasant places to live in Washington county fine neigh Ulifcitd sad to win mile of tho consolidated schools where there will be three I wJUbe three extra good teachers employed church close to good mill stor- eWKWlIItOpaM The farm will be sold in two tracts of 50 acres each and itoftjM awhole There la a dwelling and outbuilding On one tract of 5p acres Ite buggy house stock and tobacco barn on tho otflot traot xvljich will ter aid Btirf jfrrlptmttely Plenty ot good wate on both tracts of rand and a twaurll iSSPJti a dwelling on tke tract witn no dwelling This is one of ihw nicest friM to live IB the eciMity Ad you will have to see tbls place in ordeij toap ptetMte it fJome to this 84le Possession ot farm give by October 1 1916 r LIVE STOCK SSOi week tun 6yr oWl gelding woiks good 3yra old two suckling I I Jw wtWl bred 8 Mortarinesrs 7 short yearling heifers 7 weanling nhm tBUa pM rd y4rliaETIorne milch cows 20 shoats weight atout t N e d 4 tNc have bs bred4s oats weigh about 100 pounds Farming iXttin HfcQBeboId Reeds a lot of other things too numerous to h ISIl jIiLafld will be 04tJ for one third cash li hand when deed Li nSado Ste fta z 2 3 sad 4 yearsyritb 6 per cent aittrest Personalty will itt iMMlft this witlKM JaterMt all snnsotier1O that and under I al1NI tekeriwkftuffji thowing the farm to any propctjvc pur IN r 5STI4OSIID GRAHAM JI 5OHVILL MERCER COUNlY KY ROUTE NO1 fpwri Y45ALL tucLoser T1- w w s HER POOR PETTED HUSBAW5 j Wifes Sollcltud for His Health and- t Her Own Wt Very Touch Ing Indeed Yet The putted husband and his wits were amiably discussing tho advisa bility of a trip to Palm Beach In or der that the wife of the petted hus1 band could got Lack some of the strength that with her wasnt at latent at the distinguished physician trao called upon bar some time during the petted husbands omce houri tMpght it ought to be The only trouble darling sail the tted husband MiiI this that if yot skutd want me to go with you I houfc have to leave my business just it the period when I am most needed to make our profits large enougk for tOe to maintain you in the proud posi ion to which you have beer accus the other hand should I remain behind tho first of the month will come without your being here and tho thought of opening all tho bills for things you have ordered but ton gotten to mention without your moral lupport is rather disconcerting And I suppose said the wife of the petted husband you Have not considered hat if I should go alone there would be ho one absolutely no one to see about zrry baggage arrange about the steeping compartments and hotel rooms and protect me from be- Ing Incited by total strangers 1 should think after our being married all these years you ought to feel pret ty good about my wanting you to go way and you would If you had a park of human feeling in you Thereupon the petted husband to tcrrlewed the tourist agencies saw the hotel representatives made alt t rangenttmts f to tan off his creditors and close up U business Jar six weekseAt Palm Beach the wife of the petted husband remarked to a friend Yes I brought my petted husband slangY The poor man absolutely need ed a chante of ceneLlfeti- nstabis Moon The celebrated observatory a Qreenvlch the place from which we gecko longitude was founded bj Charles II In 1675 mainly for the pur pose of investigating the movements of the moon In the Interests of naviga LIon Although In the intervening two and a half centuries astronomers have worked at the problem the moon has not yet become entirely amenably to their mathematics The astrono merroyal of Great Britain in hIs re port of the work at Greenwich during the past year calls attention to the in creasing deviation between the cal eplated position of tho moon in the icy and Its real position as shown by the Greenwich observations The de nation has lately been growing in a serious manner Tho error last year was more than twelve times as large as the error twenty years ago and the average annual increase during the two decades has amounted to halt a second cf arc in longitude The rear son that astronqmors have tailed In getting exact results from calculations baaed on dynamical laws pf gravlt tlon Is possibly the existence of some attractive forte that they have notre discovered although the result may also be effected by tho true haM of the earth which stIlt await ace rate determination Youthg Corny 4SIf Civilians Learn to Shoot Civilian rifle clubs are lately n th1ng much attention They have developed a number of men who are excellent shots with 22allber riflns Indoors at n distance ot to 75 feet Comparatively tow however are able to handle tho modern highpow ered 30callbor United States maga sine rifle and hit a target 1000 yards away Moreover eyen were all our men good shots It must be remem bered that shooting is merely one of the Important parts ot a soldiers training and that it la a eery small partTho soldier who can do nothing but shoot has about the same relative value as a polo player who can sit on a fenco and wield a mallet skill tullY but who cant ride a horse CapL Richard Stockton Jr In Col Hers Weekly Creating Doubt If the archeologists dont stop digs sing around in tho ruins In Asia we shall soon be as uncertain about what really cappenpd six or veyen thousand years ago as wo are about tho situa tIcs on the fighting linr la iYanoe SHADES IN MEXICAN ARMY American Woman Learned Something From Visit Paid Her by a Detach rnent of Vllllitas Some years asp a humorous story went tbe rounds xjf the newspapers about a yoong lady who at a rather ins of the Sons and Daughters of tho American Revolution held her head exceedingly highexplaining her haughty demeanor on the ground that she was descended from a bong tide private goldler Uje only private she was convinced in tho Revolutionary hosts The following Incident would roem to indicate that the Mexicans whfl are fighting today are almost as Veil officered as the patriot army of the young ladys lively fancy An American woman now safe in the stateswrites that the soldados ot the Vlllista following one day rode to her remote mountain camp Tho were very decent follows ad made no threats still in the absence of her husband It seemed only Wise to gIve them plenty of food anddflnt also tu yield gracefully to the request of OM of the number who said he was the japtaln for the loon of a blanket Pretty soon a second warrior intl blanketILug that ho too was captain KVhen a third made the same roqVest jilso an codncing his rank as that of Captain their hostess pauud In her lstribU tlon of blankets lell me she iriyulred politely Is this entire detachment composed of captains tn Oh so senora replied the one who had first spoken I am paptala Primero this Is Captain Segundo and that Ii3 Captain Tercero Thoseindicatlng the two remaining aro the private soldiers And at this the adiqtring senora ao cording to her own account at pnce gave a blanket to each of the two high privates In the rear rank moved by sympathy With them for DV big captained firstly secondly and nven thirdly and also by admiration ok them BI beipf Buck rate blrdallvi Youths CompauloB l 1DUG1 Remarkable Been 1Iate YorkIWhen a Btctems Level had excavated a pit in connection with some grnde crossing work ne r Now York it exI tricated Itself by iurrowing down still further xnOl it n ached a convenient subway and then trundled itself out on the rails fQ story Is told in Engineering Neirk which calls It a tale of resourcojfjilneBS in operating steamshovel We read The shovel was used in making tho secofap cut in a section ofJ j thq gradccrosajn elimination which tho Long Island railroad has had under way for the last three years In East Npr York When thla section of the isfcond cut had been finished the disposition of the shovel presented something of a problem t would not do toj lift it out of the cut because the Blopbs might slide nor could It bo baciejd out by the way it had entered because of the timbering In the rear The tour tubes of the tunnel bad ccn completed to a point where the si cond cut on this sec tion began It T as decided that the simplest way of moving the shovel to the surface was lj have it dig its own way down to oie of the concrete tubes the floor qf which was 22 feet below the floor the second cut and then run the shovel out to the por tal on the track aid Inside the tube The spoil hand ed by the shovel was lifted ou of the cut by a crane equipped with a bucket In order to keep jll e water distributed 1rOrshovel wat rem ved and the shovel skidded on tlmb rs down an is per cent grade Wa ter H Gahagan the contractor state that the entire op eration was per ormed without PoD particular dlCBcul y SOLDIERS DRILL AT GOLGOTHA And Armed Aircraft Hover Over Sacred Bethlehem and the Mount of Olive Armed airships and aeroplanes art continually flying over the birthplace of the Prince of Peace at Bethlehem according to the Bote aus Zion The Messenger from Zion a newspaper published in Palestlira by a Swiss mis sionary Nearly the entire Holy Land has been transformed into a mUl tary camp Soldiers are maneuvering every day on the Mount of Olives at Golgotha and Jerusalem TJhe English French and Russian convents have been turned into barracks and between JiP dea ind Jericho where transportation was by mule pack in the days when Christ came to bring peace on earth a road is being constructed for armored motor cars Long columns of buffaloes driven by tArair peasants are hauling carts load ed with powder projectiles and other supplies for the Turkish army along the favorite routes of pilgrims In Pal estlno Fast dromedaries of the camel corps maintain communication be Iwoon the camps In Palestine and the Turkish headquarters It is supposed that Pie concentration of the young recruits in the Holy Land is with a view to another attack upon Egypt Light In Modern War From what haB been said it appears that the new art of fighting with light is both dffensivej and defensive Light under uptodate military conditions is In a way a weapon of warjust as much as the riflp or the machine gun If once drawn info International conS filet wo are not to be beaten we must learn how to uad It Which in a word represents exactly the problem that Uncle Sam Is to solve Invisibility nrnrtrrfns of mod ern warfare fighting man mvjt not be seen by his adversary Hence the development of nightfight ing Never in 4he history of war has jthe nurptise attck cut so large afig- ure as in the present conflict Dark ness for such Ipurposes is the best help Advantage taken of the covers of night for thoi advance oMargo bod ies of troops for jflankmovements for the emplaclngl artillery for the construction ofpover for the bringing up of muiiitli1The Zeppelins are aichtWrds WHITE RUSSIAN PUREST SLAV His Racial Habitation Is the Most Backward Bjfllon of the Empire of the Czar iA sketch of white Russia the first part of old Russian soil to feel the power of the Invader is given in a statement issued by aeNatlonal Geographic society White Russia comprises four Rue sian governments Vitebsk Smolensk Moghlleff and Minsk It Is said that the name is derived from the predomI- nant color of too peasant dross This division of Purism In bounded by the byIthird of wSilchjis white Russian and tho rest Uthudnlan Jewish and Pol sh Hero likely Is to be found the nurost Slav type almost unblended This region blankfted by swamps and marshes and smothered Is forests is one of the poprost most backward re tons in European lussla Finns dwelt here before history be gas for Europe They were expelled WD11batoro I and was won piecemeal by Great Rua ala Polluh oppression and religious persecution wonted n wholesale desb latlon hero and thousands of peasants tied intoRussl while those who re malnod intrigued tot Russias coming Tho whole of the roglcn was not aa tiered by the Great Russians f It end of the eighteenth contury Starts tlon hasr swept this land again and 8gnln with as terrlblo effects as those experienced by India in the grip of famine jThe White llisslan is not ot so sturdy a build 2 the Great Russian nor so comely s the Little Russian He itf less aggn isslvo than his north orn neighbor an more heavythan his southern nclgfabpr His hair and eyes ere light and its face is generally drawn The gai mont peculiar to him Is his white overcoat which he Wears on all ipecial occasions as proudly In sweltering July as in the winter His villages are small lab lated and badly kjopt His homes are primitive His fight for existence a is bitter one From his ranks are recruited the torkmen for the hard wt leastpaying tAw ef the empire IS 5a U w- ruEuc=OF FINE a I Farm rowing Crops LiveStock FARMING IMPLEMEN S ETC t i In order to dissolve partnership we will sell to the highest and best bidder m the premises on IJWii v ASfarm2V L 376 Acres JT3 Rods and 10 Square Pol4r This farm is situated one and onehalf miles from Frederickstown Waduift Ky on county road and onehalf mile from good turnpike dose to claudt aJ J t This farm has on it a fine brick dwellings 10 rooms attic and basement large steck i three cribs with shed attached one 10acre tobacco barn one tenant Wmt aJ 1 necessary outbuildings in good repair and is one of the prettiest homes in tit cy150 Acres of Bottom Land 100 Acres Woodland Pasture J03 Aotsff Tobacco Land 50 acres cleared remainder in fine Cedar i Interested parties will be shownover premises at any time This is one of tkeWttiuMi in the county and will he offered in separate tracts and then as a whole ud MUiway itowhich it will bring the most moneyf 7rY Jijj- v r Per onal Property13 yearling Polled Angus Steers 2 yearling Heifers 6 Polled Angus Milch Cows iI Shorthorn cow calf by side 6 weanling calves good 2yearold Polled Angus BQM 5 brood Mares 2 firstclass work horses 2 worx Mules 4 and 5 sears old I weaInling Mule A Jennet 9 years old in foal Jennet 2 years old in foaUI s 3 sows and pigs 17 feeding hogs On one of sf 2 3 om of I On All 10 over oh a of 6 jn to I fI A = l be cia court write the of know it is the best c IIIIiI I Release from broom from ti ing lifting sad hom the oi dust and RUms that are raised by the and the U asKioncd carpet tile we the twhich esidy by russ time the brush ptel up all lint pint thread are made in three ue sari Tot dttarttd writs TODAY 7 u = That will Moro than income all other busS branehe undtf conditions All over teach Whyf they and and uroituie told more anilllarr Horod Study bankeast ll icrsY and are goof as the rcsul of Home Study For prices on lessons BY MAIL cute P The latest product of science Is VELVO LaxaUve Liver Syrup purelt jentte reliable and of a aromatic taste Velvo acts on the livery as well as on thf 1000 tobacco a Pair Adrairf Wire Stretchers rake Walter A disc harrow 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