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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rV aSa M- 1E NEWS LE Dfi tJt I I XXXN WI 23 SPRINGfiELD WASHINGTON KENJAJCKY SEPTEMBER 28 l1916I tIt J t tt V t1 dw t ii ia uxlaccteil- Th i r correspondent ot Juice bake TjDd e ode his Mlet1ntfrvfew wlta Mme A 1 1de wtfl know n Frnchf 4blafr ifiMtyy1rto6 sb Pf iy stats that the xar will i tiretho nehr ftIiWb said In19l3 ar1 tbe ygr 19U would be tbe year of great heroism sid despite ins shWiedd4Dg of blood and tear woula pies tY ard r Franc 4Lehr oa rea rn- oe k DR fne ort08pIDdent 4 A de Tbeb s in her rtke 47ir1 1trd Wagra brtview l lfrnjpj tbe rgs potidantt tosser aleiaatic or1lbut y coatedte d tttii giv h1 tl WbleMage nGa hara IIed cbe ey as paIr an Y r4 l on ha aolhtar efficIercJir titi rn lirt we arwill uJwjp IT Wa- rit Ofcovers e j eiiry line1tto preactr lwr 4 k1dab Jo- Pkace r aIera P Ir i twp tats iltp tbe earth CM flicU will U ii lane This toe name wllh nationsf War willlj ever cease 11at9is be cause riot betonga tu tEie DAtura- lordar f things itj4rtke resent jvarw B t teach ev etiwttf halest nitI Jn1that oat slJlaYffl be pr 1atth l The wolf gill d our the lamb i he gets t the pp otjiBily 5iT j I Vil redtel 41 tbatti W will er and I desire- kito ray 110tl espite allcircum Stance andi arguments to tbe that peace win be dE coai sthe pew year And 11IJc3 snddenly nduDt expec roar of ttn gtfnsfUCiWifever nlKbt And he bra In both front will be catflabutne4QPellcef par y hJas so drepach Jt rr1litsIFatt 2T r OoDd H Tw hulnlin ekeletonst which are sup 4Jp be bexemaine- qf LTfQMu yoUtlcolfdrs then et wile 8Utu hiledoipKi c dut ju t o fore the fatro is er battef Mill Springs lin 1862 cv4t recoyered v ql 1e excavdt idg on tbd ColqJJJcbla road atl- o S1- y I t w I c r t 151In j t COUNTY 0 f r J tc r I i I I 1 r adill t r t I dlyThe t r N1A oylsiyttru daYeBt 7t Tha plow thatfwaslJeing useo for the roadwork suddenly calIe la contact with som strange ob jjfct slid Before the workmen nl knew what hai been struck piece of oneof the skulls had been severed by the r sharps Ijp sbrnment After several strokes cmpletetwerefQ gd upon examination were found to be In a fair state of tlaf tl were still intact A 20 gold piece bearing the dateof 1856 was QpJgd byvElbtir t Simpson In the dirt where tthfr skeletons were discovered Somerset Journal J L H Tent Put To Use Mary BAnkr had alwiays hated stadyi Tojswim ylde rowrto play golf or tennis to manage a pair of horses bad been her greatest pleasure Indulgent parents and agood deal ofononey bad made this possible Q1tbe aeofK1 V V Two years ago she found her self Alojieiin thfe world with a smalU jifcaifficienti income Ne cessity is often the mother of courage as well as of invention and thiscQuickwitted girl rea1 Ized that her athletic accomplish meats might be tnraedtv protit a ble account in a summer resort She remembered a summer place where she bad once spent three months and where she- new every road or miles about as well as every charming spot on the serpentine river and lQnK they beautiful bathing Before theseason open ed she settled herself in one of the best and pleasantest hotels on the beach The proprietor allowed her to post up in the offices card stating that Miss Blank was prepared to givejes spns tnswimining riding golf QUJUil LYvlain e mentoja apgetoVery soop bliss Blank lad more customers than sheI could attend to Her Jintimate acquaintance of country and riv here was soon discovered and sbe waS in demand tO serve as picnic RuBe ttadas coachman for driving parties One the I Sept 27Oc t 4y specialsdemonstration fromTH5iSoaihBend Malleable Range Faa try v explain tile waking of this great range and why it is s parlor 16 alt other ranges why it asta longer and costs I lei s toPrite titan other ranges ant wny your range miaey l TEND MALLEABLE1 Interesting talus dnd demonstra iiODS wHKbe given VERY DAY which will be liberal edu cftorio tha housewife on range economy We want every Jbody to come without fail whether you intend buying a ran o tJ ttt t WM3POl off our store at stake we have fused to sdtl an bt 1iable ranges Tbareror we sell mj recommend lhtSOO Bend MfliHeable because we know us t ISqtiBiitf acid dp fltrueijFuIs right The South Bend Male AK i a lis the uufY rurge Qlidl with atebted eystone Copper r euricg Alr4intnum Fused rIa xhi makesTb South- Bentf MillatllB ne cn4 urtlborgbodbeyond ctowparison t In addition tor tented flub cuJjt action and sib very highest grddethtWe Sbsed in lH roughont there are puny other rrportant reason why thejSouth fend Mle able should he t cur range choice We will show and prov- ethestrias US ifySriucalloml I u i SouUi 1endd iTiVableis the rapge of the Atm ri cMfuji 1 ueifrlyliaif a million kitchuiis m the Uni4tt i i iAt 4b7nrei iquiiped with ranges and many thousands of fprelgVi hoidea since they began to make them about twenty ea1iO Such an enormous output enables economical produc t opr wliichin turn permits us to offer the OJth Bend Malle jtblgrantte at aprice comparing f Vorblywith ranges that don of everiihparoacb rIle South Bend Malletibe class K pTllto SoUili Bend Mal eable in mind and remember a it nepe eqUr thet tiest rnge value we know of or we would 4 note ecotiniend itio our friends atidclastomers Set of Aluminum Ware Free Aa speciall indacement during our tleiionstration weeic t lOiS yr willrvivewi every Son trj Ben RIDge told one 1b EvervPikcAIsthf i jjror lets jhan 800 The price of the South Bend reinalnn thseatuuasalwaSsandtho9uatityo t the stoves thosmef This kitchen wa hisi aa out nndoutpriaent bee Itsitturstore Dostl forget tike date and be sure to attend this edu dermw J riitlwi You are placed under itpobJaliQn 1 fenaive evelti yow do Not intend buylnf a ran righT Jwl Kwonfberwi cIdIj ii Betkf tatige Ring Ing ost Coming r JThtWaqJthat on nlAUICuncementip1adej Ring ling Bros circus will give afttr unpin and nightt per fornjances jit wletremendous fairyland spSotale Cinderella will appeal to both 1000n jtJ RingllHIjJtits glorious Ballet of thetFair iesjwjihJQO dancing Yirrsi is In Itself worin going ihany roiled to see Following Cinder 400 arenic artists appear fa lli11 main tent program the great European war the RinjgliDgs bavesecured scores of circus performers never before seen in Aulerica Ah satire trained animal show line been made apart ofthe main tent program this seascm Theme ngBrie now numbers 1009 wild aaimais Theelepbantiinclud ing Big Bingo the earths liar4est pachydrem have bem i creased to 41 und almost 800 horseo are carriedt There will be OOCiOwns rand abigfree three mile street parade nhWAday imorning One On The Judge Judge I H Thurman paid Spurlingtbn a flying trip oue night last week As the Greeks burg train made its stP here the Judge goat ifBbd HS usual fn a hurry Down Main Street he went toward the New Mer e charts otel but on bsing balledf Iby oneot our citizens the Judge slowed up Hello Judge arent you lost No ncirflplied theI Judge this is Campbellsville u iOni was at Rp urling ton the Judge laugh ed heartily and said hy was glad it was nt After pas lDga few jokes and eating a watermelon and inquir ing about some whitefaced calves the Judge gotrigto communication with 4 T Gowdy a dafter a few honks of the auto he lauded at theroal Merchants Hotel in Uampbellsvilte Iio bappene31PuHingtali yille Leader The Union Does fiV F lloW1r if r WYII ine1Qthough tljss People to feet conI i pern The factcil Mane has sincetl1elJ whenlraiLnormaLRepublican vote wherea DemoIvJ entRepobIIicsnt filsityothe8UperRtitJon Never in the history bf ihd state have the Republicans corned ijbyso small a mtjorityas last Weelc and if the sign is worth anything the advantageisai ttogether with the Democrats More than 83 reJJUand if this ratio is maintainedt all overt he conatryYPcesident Wilson is sure to be elected by ail overwhelming majority Be sides the Democrat gained this y eafjlo434 votesbver 1912 while the Republicans gained 5819 or nearly three times as many The Nev York Heralcp a strong Hughes supporter says neither party has anything t6 brag about in the Maine elec ion aud if luuine is a barometer the National election la still on the ktieesof the Gods with no abpoluie certaintytat it will go to the Hughes columjn The hop for Hughes landside failed to materialize arid the result is worse than a dog fall for tie tbejegies for the an who has done io much fur the country Money At Five PerCent The Farmers Trubt Co fit jindianapohs Ind has appointed me as their loan representative lot Washington and adjoiniug coun ies on farm tdud onlyat 5 tpercent per annum Htfe or call on R 0 Brown Reali estate dealer J Good For Evil t iiltiwersi was plaYi4K in the dusty I Some how the sight of that d IDtyI t ofImi chief In the boyt and suddonly a handful of dirt the edge of the white fell shoes in a shower upon strUCkj The girl stood still flushed pink Her lips trembled as if she would cry But instead 3a smjle broke over her face tab- gfidtv 1rOD herhnncQsq e tossed it at the boy who stood waiting to see what Rhe was gu lug to doR- A more surprised boy no one Aver saw nor one mare heartily ashamed He bung his head and rbeeksreddenedunder their tan and freckles His unkind fun was quite spoiled JnsJ because that for a handful of dirt some one had thrown him a flower What a changed world th18I Would be if everybody andrlittle Were as wide as this six lye rold maid How quarrels would go1 out Vf fashion if for angry words we threw back gentle answers How ot1ll looks would become scarce and disappear if for frowns we ai wayareturn smiles In some Jands where flowers are very plentiful every yeSrI they have festivals wneii the pepleon they street pelt one another with blossoms If we fel lnfoIieway of scattering about the bright logics sweet words and loving ftfeeds the whole year even the cold snowy lungfestivatown News iccording to a Republican the objection to registration in Jefferson county outside of Lou isvilleils theffear that fewer Republicans will be shown than toting order tgigaibst the registra ron asked for by the Republicans wasdenlod yesterday i American exports have passed the half billion dollar a month nark This is a record not only for tho United States but for the world i is Ret m ofProdigal1 air a- Enactedjsine return uthek hdlg isand the reception recorded hjmi bi I iaGher cvasenftctedF itn1 day afternoon by the Rev R Quartos of Paris Wbb has been onjjth6B j j i enlaced churches tt bo ono of f e best Deer pre chcr4Jln iheStaife ll ifJ parental forgiveness ig always a feature of the cloriirqdaysofhis- W waeetitqt t tjFollowed ly thee P1eughtpgor a powerful afermbtf dn ih illa- nd evils tittt Des tthiodfset and seuteuce g veaito inos who partake of things un leain tno congregation wafl lted aiF Jside the tent VbereJMf f lsc- altringrobeand CroWcf awftitr ed It was almost sul1dQlo1Ddtlt rays in the distance oondif closed the coming of theproIicai 9 With bowed heads bands rosa ed behind him nod wearing ii downcast looka youth of flftefen years was seen to approach Amidst the shouts ofJOY and gladness the blessings bestow d by the fatberUndmwmbejsbf the congregation th6 backshfeep arrived and ways embrdded by the Rev Quad ac After a 4b = arty welc6me tha robe t was vSr5nghti forth and placed up otbik neck tu replace the ti4 teeredaudjWorn garroeiith that adorned his body since the wasting of his p r isle iu JJo oijS living A crown wasNlaced up Ion bis head and the rln brought forth v r s Next in order wan thee least- A fatted calf ti prize Jersey billl of some six modths orji tlunil slghtly unruly was rtped and led tlfrou h the rowel tC be Irjl r of the return of tbfi lost stn t An Imitation slaughter otfoe animal and the restive spftadf vas given as a SnaleEarle Democrat ULIt S Wi dKUwn mtll fUfrCf BfftbY a ry AittbemontrtiOi1 r arid Sale 1 f0r Week Only Bigltig Sept 27 of 57 Sa South1 Bend MalleableII Range i I 8 During1heweeko SQUPt3la re i Cookinj MalleaWe The SouthBen d Malleable Ran e IJ t Rae wthe l 4dt1iis Set oPuKJe Almi urn Cookindi ware II rAt tKe Price otKe Eande alonetheXareisfee I I TTTTTTJT i I kIMBALL Springfield ltyITTJTTT f J t 0t of r I iN t t I1WD IJ Makes the fLr wr J si- e hsiiv r r 1r1 i to Ji- tRendrs1tS 1 Ia 1 pas f d more 1IMw s t fan w ot- E rej 1Yit f aiflt 1trt 1 BSWftI iti 1 f 4t r aJt ay Iti f Q Ly 1t1xd1AttiNaPO Yt qD i1I J f j 5DP hQj tf t j Vi the sins of fhei eatber Wrr nave beehfOfglven Sonic oTiy thepaiient pbbJU Win know vho payeithe1r jfi1t boo nt 1r platsrthat the tiinqt 1sv tli tkr t next tiiSj i J omerare beitenU ltdtut Br e boileea ritGuwhetlfacisries f EM vi a I Diisyt rshtres r7tsilivaya f t hottest because polished hoe throw oft tbeL aw r elves 30OIJOJlIe 4tfrom r 11111w g fi ren dIte e y offt the grass signs f i4 Water rolls off cabbage leave because tbet are covered with very ifihe dustA y l a rb leitas bs VEa j cw4ihtaiuti1heuzQ er d otsoprov n t J r 1Jf our beat fighting until ripe are clown 011 I Ile ttbbleS 1n111iCbJ the Poo- 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frailr CASTOHIAJer y rtae s K M N1MMti VIM 44W1N tJ jMrt TWCa Ma eft1terAt i RitSr NATION LBAN lr MJl lillt thtStat XtAtt1C e Ii 5ehL 1Z1l16a RESOURCES1 t ii uta saptlhw a1wn r nb i2491iS2 iltLNJIIIIJIl Is a ekealatteo parTalue 6t00000 194270 11ei1MNMi as U I M4f not 4aetadipg toWiblleldg1 649187 tN1 tr tafeuwcription 8UOO00 AArit k es HNa 340000 nx 182500 nd6kee titesbakiag hoses t 513 29 due fte TeeIlJU erve aw 664366 fstaMwtde2twa awreVed reeerve agents in New Tn CMieyot it LwIImfett toe fmea fcpKeved reeerva aceats Ja Mien reevYe atiee i 8il508 Sl44482 lieftpeetAM frem iMaka aaA hankers other than ds aia Mor 11 a J 1486 sh ir lb Let ie HM Sa tka aa I 1dtruwni as report it IS leer 287006 r elm cad 12600 aitlcie aid seta 4400 6900 II lMka t 4i600 salts U j = 897780 =awesa JL 116100 fend wJtk U Sreurerrand due from UI 2600Q0- T s 34774477f LIABILITIES aiMi seek tiM 0 16000000 w 4110000r 4344- 65eler r jatsrsit aid taxes paid 14660- 0j 28604 aMes swtnIfC 6300000 sarwcAM M beets and Hankers other the iacla ensile U y 84S00 e WMt W efceek i 125 6769 aa llllX deie 1kM titan 10 avs 433000 i r 31394041d 5511561 I t iailaiiBC all esagaHias reafeieaUaf moaey 1000000 elsi S47 1441- 61ft Aft Ot Yl1fxUCT IL O1J t2 lttir siaeS ye saeeSdDak ioeolelnn aet4lotllM rlPJyLt o heItaf aykiwledge L1M01 YtS rMAnIbii r SeptesaberJSKti I P F8Suary Public 7 AiMj- F f TlO1 r IIUM- F tJ Jl JIL GEUNDY Day S DOE i Directors M TiJf w ww w w w taI il 13 I 3 The ann meetipgof the gi 3 Stockholders 1tthe Burley To tpI 9 bacco Company will beheldat g 3 our warehouse on South Broad gj 9 way Lexington Ky Octotyei 10 g iQie at 10oclockl AM I3 1 BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY 3JOHNW HALL Secretary mgtt unf fTT1T1l NMtKtNggnnr cn f 1I1fS 1f H Ii itGRADESIM MEXICAN ARMY American Vomaa Learned Soinethlni- Fr VUli Paid Herm by a Detach Vfllstase8 st07wei1tatyaut a younr lady who at a cathel jthhmericanexceedingly high explaining her haughty demeanor on the ground that i she was descended from a bone fide private soldier the only private she ROVoluttonarrhsees to Indicate that the Meriden wan are righting today are almost aa will offlcered as the patriot army of the young ladys lively fancy Jim American woman now safe in the states writes that five soldados oi the iwjllsta following one day rode In to The7efethreats stills in the absence of her husband it seemed only wise to glvf them plenty of food and drink also to yield gracefully to tile request of ona of the number whQ sold he was the captain for the loan of a Blanket Pretty soon a second warrior JatV Hated that he too could use a blanket to advantage in his campaigning add trig that he too was captain When a third made the same request also an Bouncing his rank as that of captain their hostess paused in her dlstriba Lion of blankets 1sdcaptains Ohsto senoyal replied the one who had first spoken I am Captain Prlmero this is Captain Segundo and that ia Captain Tercero ThoreIn dicating the two remalnlngrHare the print soldiers And at this the admiring senora ao cording to her own account at once gave a blanket to each of the two high privates 1nthe rear rank Wooed by sympathy with them for ing captained Irstly Secondly and even thirdly ani elsoby admiration of a WHITE RUSSIAN PUREST SLAV Ht aelaf Habitation Is the Most Baokward Rs lon of the Empire ef the Czar A iketck of write Russia the first part et old Etuaian soil to feel the power of the fvador Is gives in a Btateaeat issued by the National Oe egraphio society White Russia comprises four Rna sian governments Vitebsk Smolensk Uoghlleff and Minsk U is said that the name Is derived from the predoml peuantdressTbIdlT1llon Prlpet river basin on the south aniniy the Dun or southern Dvlna on the aorta It supports a population of about seven and onehalf mUttOn two third of which Is white Russian and the rest Lithuanian Jewish and Pol tab Here likely Is to be found the purest Slat type almost unblended This region blanketed by swamPland marshes and smothered IIs forests it one of the poorest most backward re- Lions la Europeafl Lnssla Finns dwelt here before history be tan for Europe They were expelled by Lithuania who In turn gave way before nitrating Slavonic tribes The country finally passed back to the Lithuanians then to Poland and was won piecemeal by Great RUB ala Polish oppression and religious persecution worked a wholesale deso lation here and thousands of peasants fled late Russia while those who raI malned Intrigued for Russias coming The whole of thereglcn was not an sexed by the Great Russians until the SlarTajUODagain with as terrible effects as those experienced by India In the grip of White Russian Is not ot soI sturdy a build as the Great Russian nor so comely as the Little Russian He is less aggressive than his ngrth era neighbor and rijore heavy thn hi1 southern neighbor His hair andeyes are light and his face 1s generally drawn The garment peculiar to him Is his white overcoat which he wears on all special occasions as proudly Ih sweltering July as jn thIS winter His villages are small Iso lated and badly kept His homes aro printtlve Ills light for existence is a bitter one From his ranks are recruited the workmen for the hard Set least paying taW e tJia8JD jtTNf ptreI Hive utrr mcrni- X aorel burglar jiu bees placed on the marketHa Gruy corn wed of aJumrcu1ar ycarriedlathat detonating cap ilea rted and so loaded it becoBealCIWwr to sneak thieves Suppose atraveler is1 staying in a strange hotel and finds that he cannot lock his door He places a chair against the door and slips the disk under one of its legs Should anyone attempt to enter the rooa the chair 1s forced out of post ties the diet dues open and the cap xylecee awakening the sleeper The 4fsk luy be used undo baggage In parses nnder bicycle or automobile tine aat In tataaj other ways II INSURING LIVES OF OTHERS Practice That Is argelY Prevalent Though It Is Ijjebal How It Is Done Ih th Trenches A recent case before the courts threw considerable light upon the IPOCUIlaUDgWoman held life insurances on parents her children her motherin law bet brothers and several friends t Of course that sort of thing is illegal a 1but It eem to be a flourishing bust ness neverthel ufBut hope delajAjd mafce h the heart sick and after the Inanrcre hkve kept the premiums paid up to pretty well the amount they would gain from the Insurance comps y they see their profit melting away and call the law to free them from their investment claiming their prhmlums jbjick pnall sorts of Ingenious defensest Rather a rotten bush14II but we are assured that It Is much more prove lent than we have an Idea of There must be a tremendous temptation to assist fate at times and in any case when relatives form the chief Investment on these lines It must be rather exasperating to have them politely In form us that they ate quite well thank you comlcoolsongwherein an BanII that htCwas stony broke with a wadll of dough staring him in the facpISome of the stories of the sweepstakes In the trenches are equally disturbing The nhme of each man In the regiment going Into action is putJ Into a hat and overy msn puts up s franc The money is divided between all those who drew the name ot a man who is sttUJ alive or unwounded at the end of the day A soldier can spite a chaptholnlng his name by de liberately courting the attentions of aIbullet On the other hand it tends to m4ke them tenderly considerate of each others lives and urgent aumont Lions to take carol are not naco lanlv dlslnter atMtIWARCfilESJISFP BY THEJEW They Are Many and In All Tongue But Ahother pne Is Said to Be CpmlngI The Jew hue ajs many warcries aIthere are tongues in Europe for he fights with them 41and then he has his own warcry that eternal tearful cry of his that In these days IIs rending tho heavens ove Russian and Gallclan Polands n Upaett write la the Century And still there is another and a newer cry comix the warcry of the neutral Jew To arms to arms 0 Is melt has arisen the sudden thundert Ing cry the length and breadth York Ghetto and nil the thrOUiqut In the larcetI cities of Wo what are OleI arms of the d 4tto Jew they tongue and pen By means of areI It is intended it raise the Jew the depths of hli shed and make him a lire nation p eta A congress of American Jews s to becallpd and It ts to demand at the conclusion of the war or before the return of Pales tine to its anct owners For the len are a natio and they must have a land and Palestine is theirs That is tqla brief that while nearly three ua ers of a million Jews on the European battlefields are at one anothers throats In vindication each of a different nationality the Jewa far away fr m tho bursting shells and glittering ba yon eta are calling out tc them No yob are all In the wrong t nojus to determine whether the Jay a a a a nation It is not for ono nm to tell another what ks should be One is what one fools If the Jews tee themselves a nation that is aumclenf aormatf tension system IIn reply to Inquiries and trfcorre r misapprehensions about the relief ex tended by thapennan goveroment totthe relatives of soldiers Ikilled in tht war the North Gorman Oftuette atINovember 5 gives exact details coeC cernlng this relief The rate depends first on the r4nlI of those killed The widow of a pri vats soldier receives yearly an AvetI ego of 400 mark 1100 the widow coI u noiiwommlsslonhd ofCcor 600 marks 1125 df a sergeant 600 taarlo 1IIITearan orphan receives 240 marks t J60 In cases where pursuant to lair for relief of IOldlerafamtJ mUltal1lregular relief Ja extended at a rate per child ont account of Ing several children in a family the dlfforenc may he offset by special ra Uef donations steeping Vital Statistics The officers of the North Carolina state board of health are making vlp onus efforts tp cnfordo the recently enacted law roqulring the reporting and registration of births and deaths In that state JA special prosecutor has been osslgned to the work prose Ibrowo cealtly wltk jtat IaI c y7 DRJOHNJ R SAMPEY Prepare Sunday School Lesadns For Twenty Million People p Theta are few positions that call for sudh rare scholarship as that of preparing the Sunday School lesions for most of the pupils of the world What known aa the International Sunday School Lesson Committee has always been composed of the men whd were prominent not only as educators but for their knowledge of the Bible Dr JohniR Sampey of the Southern Dr John R Sampey Louisville Ky Baptist Theological Seminary has been a member of that committee for longer time than any other person who has ever been on the committee This noted scholar has notconflned himself to preparing young men for the ministry but has kept in touch with all the movements for the better of mankind He will be one of the speakers tit the State Sunday Kchool Convention at Somerset Octo ber 6th AUTHOR OF THE GLORY SONG TOLEAD MUSIC fchas H Gabriel of Chicago Whose Hymns Are Sung the World Over on Program Probably no song In this age has been sung by more people than the allIdr writing this famous hymn be longs to Mr Chas H Gabriel of Chi cago who Is coming to Kentucky to be the leader of the music at the State Sunday School Convention Mr Chas H Gabriel Jr will accompany his father and be the pianist for the con vention This gifted man has also written many other familiar hymns among them Just When I Need Him Most Somebody Needs You Help Somebody T daytiThe Way of the Cross Leads Home I Will Not Forget Thee Keep the Henrt Singing and Ho Is So Precious to Me It will be a great inspiration to be part of a great chorus composed of consecrated singers and have the man who wrotetha tlPffillJ8rolh liPraw amiic n to Somerset Sunday afternoon after the close o the conferences at the different churches there will be a Vesper SerV ice In the public square whore a thou sand or more people will loin In a song service DR BULpl WILL TAKE PART rHead of Wesley Bible Class Movement and a Very Enthusiastic Worker It waa a great advance step when the Methodist Church South a few years ago established a department for the Organized Adult Bible Class and called Rev CJias D Bulls D D to be the head of it Immediately there was ia new life in the Sunday schools of that denomination A little Dr Chas D Bulla Nashville Tenn mantheSecondary Division of the Sunday school Ho hits not only been able to do marvellous things himself but has trained a body of workers who are as sociated with him in working out the plans for a great future Dr Bulla an attractive speaker and twill delight all who hear him at tho Kentucky SuuI jdaySchocll Convention at Somerset October 68 An Aid to Dignity t 1 didnt realize until this dancing craze swept over the country and oc togenarians began to hop about ballroom floors that rheumatism and the 1WhatThose two complaints have pre vented a great many old ladles ana gentlemen from snaking themselves ridiculous by trying to dance thftingQ and the r lateittrotsDisgraced 4- 1I iavent seen Hammandhaw fee a week i Jio he hasnt been out of the kogsi- hLaccideaLs vWasJ7 No but lie feels the dlsgracr deeply Disgracer Tea after living in tIle heart f the city all his life he went to Ue eeuatry one day lost week sad WM = 11se a1 A ismswas y 7 10ftb r r I i110 AuJ mobile Ow era the Carbon removed from your motor xYgen Process the process that does not IIQave the motor taken do wn and the mot ti k i L ctt system for J 1aVll1icarbon fii to Auto RepaJriflg oW Kinds ilY 44 f Auto accessories Oils and Gasoline Agent for the RcfiAlic Mileage =Tires and Tubes Trouble car fat your coamAwl at it1 times night and day Phones 138Wand 138J X Springfield Gaagfe I i F W BAUMBAUER PropFH 9 Main St FREE AIRDRIVE IN Spra i Xyt o it FINISH IN THE WASTEBASKET That Receptqcla the Last Retting Placo of Ideas Which Have Failed to Survive The wastebasket Is a symbol of ob livion To It are consigned toe tnUi urea and the baabeans old love let ten appeals that meet with response things emptied of their signifi cance by time It Is the grave of dead thoughts What a mass of hu man effort and emotion Its contents represent The merest printed circu lar stung there with hardly a glance stands for long hours of eager plat ning by somebody and the skilled labor of many hands Men Lava striven with the utmost of their ability to win your Interestrand hive failed The wastebasket records their failure Those little InkInscribed bits of pa per that lie submerged In Its depths are pieces of human documents let ters of friendship furl of cordiality and harkjng back to pleasant expert canes family letters expressing loyal affection and giving word of those at home letters that once made the heart beat quick At first a Joy they became an accumulation and are now a riddance There Is a popular magazine of last January How utterly flat and stale It scemet The heroes and heroines that stalk chatter and pose through Its Pages are now forgotten The great man eulogized in a glowing article has since fallen Into disfavor The bit names flaunted on the cover have a look of mockery The most gripping story ever written bjis been supersed comedy success puffed by the cirao forfamong these hasbeens are a host of mighthavebeens inchoate Idjgas Jotted down but never consum butnevernever built dazzling schemes abaa doned out of fear that they were vis- vlonary Aspirations gopingahow they might have changed the world for some of nil Few things escape you long old Jug gernaut One after another they lose Their bold and fall Into bop And bas are always waiting Te tnorituri solutamusl Judge MILD PROPOSITION HeIt is always well to hen something on hand SheYesj something nice lib an engagement ring ITS PAY This dinner of Smiths la certain ty a swell aaair Thats all fight He pays for it from his iinflated stock QBVIAuLa IWhy do yon Rapt this articlaol yours leaded Y 10 lend weight to my argn menti t VERY NFAR IT WOIlcht 10n enjoy hearin the honk of ybjur own machine I don t nul iL I have a pet g00ee I t aii IiIr cult IWHyHE SEEKS TrjE CLUB Mrs OntamenYour husband j spends most of hu time at the club jMrsj eupppsa hates to stay homo aloneJudge f tBeoInto BeeA9yht rho doctors may disagree over the srigln of pellagra they disagree about boat things but the theory of the public health service Is reasonable enough We are largely what we eat says the Boston Dally Advertiser powf succesAfunyj powtreatedas alt physicians agree thedrulstead of paregoric or pastor OI1th family doctor will prescribe OraI1B preItaldeJuice or lettuce Every child eI oration will circulate pledges against sugar ana pie crust Both haTe slain f their thousands and tens of thousands and sugar has killed there Americans than rattlesnakes ever did mIlL ftaket far more worry KanII lubricating oil he uses on his car than on the fuel he ahovelaInto- his digestive motor We call this a OtJadj worgtnr troth the d ate tti Qn Eacht ColesI I Original t J r 4 HotBFastS fj J L We guarantee a saying of onethird in fuel over any lower draft stove of the Same sue wltk soft coal lignite or slack 3 We guarantee Colas Hot Blast to use less hard coal for heating a given spac than any base burner made with same size firePot 3 We goarantee thatthe rooms can be heated from one to two hours each morning with the uif put In the stove the evening tIl r 1 4 t ctEyeMeeiat 4Md M4 kw4M cw 1M t J 4 We geiat that lie store will JaeW fEif wkstltthtorbard cooli leasserdyenIne hjoedr aeertJr z 5 Wp a tiM Ur t hard coal or Hfak f 6We gasesw evtty Ht +i r tonmuln fWe gaarelee airs f door be s ecI JmfMt L We guseeal a 1raadk Ii i + x All we ask Isthat the stove belspecated 111 1 W rz r dircction ands ccAnected with a Coed floe afStirned ScSLE MAKUFACTQKDW CO IftftlM t hakereoft iOdelaalyakakf4ialesuirel s This cannot be made other 1IQw l Cle Hot K Make Y0mr CM FL t t tLbfiTiltMMCeteMj1ILMi inilNiM r 1MCueSimms I t i Heater irMyckLpY t to Inbeat JJaneto liypuwant f f 0 i r wvr tJ 1t r t u a J 1 lJ 1 J t G6x to F1 i x1 Mondia f t 0i I Orf ItV v I4 t f 1 THE BELL DIRECTOR Yy0fo7 r The most frequently cO1iUlltcd efcriow lIjfet in the city Corrected and ridyfour months rSubscribe npvv and get your iMiMW iia the list of the best people in thec co Mi ky ArrahgQ today for changes and 0fifOf tipns in your present 1listings if itYou Advrti f This is the preeminent medkMii 66 + iii kind The spice ifc limited Ask ion nrtit to dJJust telephone write br pd a CUMBERLAND TELERHbNE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated t ubscribfe for the NewsLeader r PogALIGood12cr fr a a USpI1tIld 1IU- r IprsrJ1hiYI o it aoop In two wt UI- tuaN1I1qir s t the J C AfllEI1 uui lugeR tI- I to iam 1 10 2 prXD 1Q1sr prutQre- i 11 M W HYATT oisi Aptmjcfield State 1Il 0hoers 1080 aiIl IU i24tmIp WF RIGBY TTO MYATLAW rhat IEr1if4 JtY VL I F TRUStY Jr IINTISTJIILkJlar r 1I- atrabl picep I tt WtSflr DORSET 1 LAWYERS JiIf i tMitsYiIIe t i YS te eat ouis yiaIsbu attention to ALTO WOMENI Mwg a4- ASIItJathP1S tfl AtttlMAttM ift ll Pwari1- iiiai IIIi JU fM MtiMttie for doacheb la tMpilBg MMNTfc IttlHQMtlon or HiiiiMia stasK tfcro4f aai that thaMm5UM1tkaaoquai 7MM tto X4N R Plakham iOi1 Mil I Faztine fiiN M irrios5dEt with k peror1t7ww fhtte I4HAt J tuSksbc or by jaalL MXaN rRW 1 rr jStraw it 9rpe Ylnu hr AapzLg1Rbbib JBfjirything Jpr zsN Orden t treeMah1c J 1ftiysr I ILt i exLigtta Ky 1916 1 Ii U 1I NI1 f fll 1IIIautWu j O ThrMII seI1sejei PNY1AIi1tflLtJI JJ oathebe 1ia tity mdi 310 years II1 1IKW en Wt1 dtrw t rnnmltqtl t fke SpaI kid jftfMUi iW city 1IH M 7MM TM Jwnonbt WM Jolloir i eBeaf tbt a iusso iu hitoryofQi I 11 MiMi Ostend ljKarlb dfo tItatBtmilliei it- S ttW fcy Hw aUiN Iq 1746 it by the Jrenck but e 1ater In 1766 the 3tiiik pnee the town for the J MiA Theresa IlL 1791 idl to the J 1f Jt173 regat rencbit 0teBglib- 3k Ut eItr un e M t Clb IMlMriteda from 1kk UiOr vW BeJpunt re iM 3 iotooKfoKe kodOTi T WLMLRtheded- t ey- iiJtuI i1Zrope Ii aIJJ2T bathte1a aiI felM i tW wwrld Bidl 14 toftttf Hito won rOeiPI I iT 1 TOWN r r ft Lci St Inttrts The and i AllAlMHt iUas1T Frled ami AeqiialHtaacts I 7rorSaIePure Apple Vihe gar Mrs B O Walker SJLLE Ked Fultz seed IFOR and seejd John barley Wathen r Lebanon Ky FprTeOne Upright Fish er Piano j Mrs WV Fv Booker Born to the w reot Daniel Hines Mcintyre ml North Carc lina a daughter MrnMclntyre was prior to her marriage1 Miss Lucile Greene JI The ladies of the Springfieldl Qhrlstian church served a county court dinner Monday There was plenty of provisions for the large crowd and a nice sum was Xealjzecl Special of the South Bend Malleable Range at my afore during the remainder ortbenweek On Saturday wili serve hot coffee Everybody in vited o come whether you want ta buyor noljjBr i A C KIMBALU- The sale of the personal prop ertyof Mrs Sallie Seleemap was held last Saturday at the f6rtofer residence The sate wasrather a large one In the County Court Ajonday the will of Miss Mary Lctiti Fields was probate i There was alight docket r aha very few matters before the Court t The teachers of the Spring field Graded Schooll held an Ice cream supper at tha Court House list baturdayeveriing the pro e ps fwtif willl be used to purchase grafanola for use in the musical department in the school 4 The secOnd annual electionof officers lor the Womans Club was beld at the Library yester day morning Mrs Rees was iee1ect4d president Mrs Will McElroy first vice president Mra Jda Olarkson Second vice president Mrs T 0 Campbell rerdingsecretary Mrs WJB Leactimati corresponding secre tary andi Mrs JC McElroy treasurer j f I In tb vsiGardener Mr Gardenersfarm oh HardinXCreek wassold by tho Sheriff at the Court House door jastMoriday for 350 The farm formerly owned by Thomas Ddncan was sold at Commissioners sale iin the adtlon of McElroy sExor vs feovlh and others Mr George Wharton became the purchaser at 4505 per acre There was a Jarge number otmntesinttown Mon day lot sale there were also a number of mule buyers here on the marketf The WaahthginCounLyBard- of EdncationmeMtt the office of the Superintendent Tuesday for the purpose of disposing of a number of school house sites which because of consolidation of districts have been unneces sary Tne building erected north of Sbarpsviile tJS a splendid structure and will afford the pu pils of that sectipn a fine op portunity of attending a first class school i t Baptist Revival II Pastpr Giles curedttesCrviceaof TavJor has se Prof B 1Petroffv Hungarian Gospel Aj K rof Blue Mountain MISP to aistnila two weeks revi val at the Baptist church beginning October 16 Pastor Taylor will do the preaching A cordial in i III ILI i Our First owinSl QTISE4SONS Jltestr r t till rI Millinery Styles Ii WILL OCCUR ON si temb r 3Ofh 11 WATHEN BLANFORD ii c v wrt Happenings Freshest Lteti B demonstration TOPICS I Jg PPM vtation is extended to very body to attend and take part as far as they can consnlebtiou ly 8pQCicationsJon aTproveder and the plan of the county force doing the work has aldo been approved and the work has begun Musion at Catholic Church Beginning October 15th there will commence a one weeks mission at the Catholic church here Rev Hennessy announced tnatthe mission would beheld and that he hati secured the services of a good missionary Church To Be Dedicated The new addition tto the OhrIs completeddUwili day At the same will begin a series of Gospel Missions Rev PastorwHltJllb andGeorgesong leader The new addition is quite a handsome structure and was an improvement much needed as the congregation bad outgrown thg old church build ing and iifi addition to this it will be quite an improvement to that Md of towm I l i Held Fair The color d fair was held Fri day ad Qf last week at the fair The best of order the entire three days and the color ed are to be op the best lair that they have ever held The Were all very and the were good each day es tbe last dy vyheu an ex came here Louis fair was also a great success in way and a good sum ofJoqel was A was ip each ay and j music One ot the worst that has in the county for some tme was that which befell Mr Hanby Be was in out in his Held and had set a under a stump and had left near it a bucket five sticks of the and a number of caps He the l under the stump and it W4nt he and the set oft tbe dyna mite in tbe bucket at hw feet His vl eg and band were both Ph vs W re r tl aid to him after welch he was taken to a in where part ofhis hand vras am As we go tu press this a message has been from thai Mr spent a laat night and io Well The and Demo crats both in this county last in a Joint debate That the licans have no case to to tbe pll tied as they Wtt3 Owens one of ttie ablest nen they haven the state a wan Iin all the arts and aI ndjvof the oV 10 point oqt a flaw on the Mi y + A u i tud for to BiIta and for not war on Mr HI lm con from the eith dis t ddct was the for the and led out in a cf OnO hour af tdr which Mr Owensspokefor4e4 hour and five to1be fo lowed nlmJnutesrcrowd of both and hi the bodse the w Mr Helms reply in be went after the oi the man from and called upon him to say asrto if elected to he would intro ducea Coo grests to declare war on Mexico Mr Helms was to the and they hope to have him with them again when other po1ItialraOea- are on- Bpth men are able and each the crowd and each that they were with the of the j Big One of the lot sales ever held in or in a town was held bv the Wesfr Realty Co last at the bid Selec man The entire had been by these and dived In84 rFAlL1916II I MILLINERY REVELATIONS I 1 On Saturday Sept 3jO I is your special invitation l IThi be to come j t L if9e F sJGood county Thursday Saturday grounds prevailed during people having exhibits creditable crowds pecialy cursibn from vllleThe alinancial realized goOdband attendance furnished splendid Frightful Accidefit accidents happened Virgil yesterday engaged blasting stumps charge containing explosive lighted cbiirgi offjbefore expected coqcussion frightfully mangled ciansI calltdand admitribtered nospltal Lebanon puiated morn- ingi received Boldricks Hospital Hanby goodnight resting Great Debate r Republicans omnedtheir campaign qnday Repub present people WIlorWblyt1em httTMr l politick i administration single Fellwfbcon siderable tionand criticised iesidnt refusing recognize declaring Mexico Harvey gressman speaker Democrats i ppeech minutes Democrats Republicans greatest enthusiasm duriog which speech Louisville whether congress resolution asking speech highly pleasing Democrats speakers entertained snowed familiar politics country SaleI biggest neighboring WkeQeld Thursday homestead grounds purchased companies 1 I I vvSp t sure 1 Washington congratulated i cixperienqed Springfield to town lots 25x150 feet Tile large residence which is one pff the beftt in the state located dii a beautiful slt was purchase by James I Royalty foe 8401500 Mr Royalty alsu purchased a number of lots adjoining the residence The highest priced lots were those sold on Iha ex tension of Virgini Avenue and 01 Walnut Street Must of the lots sold were purchased by per aDdIin th upbuildunttv1AAnd gave ootbetrOUnds sale there drawings fur prizes during the sale and a number of yaluable prizes were given artay The lot which was given in a draw ing was won by Morris Durrett Immediately followiogj tbe noon hour two five dollar gold pieces were given away A umber of namoaof persons no present were drawn who undo the announcement coule not be given the prize The sale was a sue ess also from a financial standpoint and the promoter who realized about 4000 profit 4 HoskinsSchindler Mr John P Schudler and Miss wereIf 25h Rev A C Johason per rheIe1husinessi 9 adopted daughter Qf Rev and Mrs GranVille W pyon who was formerly the Pat tor of the Methodist church hen Slie is quite a laleh and was quite dYOU01Jal both with old end i- McFatridg jj I Mr Audre McFatrjdge dietI at his home in Harrodsburg last Thursday and was buried Jabt Sturday He had conducted a store in Harxodsburg for some years He vyas about kixtyflvu years page ind well known n 7 i zw Irw 1FILADIESreceivedright along now New Model New I Weaves andnew colors Allouri i ggarments are faultleuly tailored amJ T Iguaranteed to give the wearer absolute Satisfaction The values- SurpassedI Prices range from v I S15 TOS50THisOiT ftI I I NFw Separate irts4 a 4tifr latest Fall Models and in all the leading Woolen Materials aid at pIeasigpe TT i I CLOTHING HAtfSAN SHOJ3S sm Itt A rvf t M t 1 The Fall line of Clothing Hats and Shoes for Men and Young Men is roa U I your inspection Drop in and we will be glad to show you s I sTbIKff 1111- a Incorporated fi rTIbis county having lived the greater part of his life in M kfyule He was a pleasant geniat mau well liked by every body After leaving here he never lost his Jove for this count and was always Unxious to greet old friends and acquaint bn es from here Smithy Entered into rest after a ling eringilloess on ThursdaySept 21 1916 at 5 am Leonard J bIbandoftblscity1 KYuand Leonard Smupof j SmithfieldII 23rditl Calvary cemetery Deceased was a member of Typographical Union No 8St Louis Post Dispatch Notice All parties who have lots ioj the Pleisaat Grove cemetery pre berebv notified that tne work of 1qt pa fur same nscoutrlbutoDSr r S N P P Thompson LNReed Committee p ERSOAXJ rMr Walter Clements of Lou isville is tbe guest of his athei Mr W A Clements Mrs Barab W Simms spent Sunday with fiends at Bards town Junctidti Mrs T1 A Spalding has returned to her home m Bardstown after a visit to friends here Mrs Gale Whatto tx entertain ed anumber of L leiids at cards last Friday afternoon lMrs Fannie Blanford and Miss Ellen Wathen spent the first of the week iin Louisville Misses Eleanor Duncan and Nancy Simms will be with Dont FearttI Modern Dentistry Perhaps you suffer with you teeth add continue to neglectI them because yout are afraid or this dentist You hate to begin although you fqlly realize the serious danger In bad teeth to your entire system If you know a kindly sympa thetic reliable dentist who numb all the feeling In your tooth befbr doing the least work you voutd start to day would t you That irmy method exactly Every day I extract teeth and pull live nerve out of decayed teeth to their astonishment and great wonder without leait bit of pain Pressure aUaeathesea r has taken all the pain Isnt it Wonderful DR V VAUGHN STALIARD L tlze joy r in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all wq oiits epthusi astit friends ever claimed bot1I J lit or ever fiad cool ouf that YU vith time 5c out out the joy this season and invites their friends to call and ll Mr H M Moss and Wathen Simms were in Bud day Mr Alex andI wife of the week Science Nature One great feature of the nineteenth t nturytom onWards was the science and of nature it was that by keeping close to the of reality by seeking to nature we were able to mare large progess not only in but also the practical and of If science won successes in the in tellectual sphere they were rapidly adapted to the uses pf the conquest over nature meant not only definite mental but a larger Thus the keynote of the than wa maturallsm in thought and utilitarian tern ia morals and social ute NOT TO BE is useless to appeal to the women who will wear those lhigh heeled shoes Wjcll you could expect them to como out for 1Ok form KEY TO SUCCESS i How did lately overcome Gojtroi tiontobimnaar son inlaw He taught him a J u ftf7I t CnneeD AJbM irIWit 1Jl smo keg ct y ff delightI bccaua frtiJr dS a iIfrj o th dhigkfuUy gJ K e t iit cUff iHe r yYt itciat L ti t YJI 1 Yt1iIlIT f ai DI s rJfcomeback bsbsa1-pnr I 1v P tiJt hJ On the revere a4e d g ldr lafUfin Peea pATES1tii e iu1Y fIThat mean toyiiri InV iBliMijfm jj MAlbfftf ltf ll ii ifciii J sold without J aui i IijK ir RINR ALBEft1 national smoke lieJnkcJt ofthuirvodt you drop into FrPrirxAlbert it tilht thrat the Stat pac yo taaa that tobAcco I Tb toppr Tft bas a nckJan lb tidy zd5sa dim tbm thtru tMMidoc poondand haMpod ia boyudorm thu pomod rlorIipthat kg I Socco a sch baDju9fri Mae answers every smoKe desire you any other man It is so- 4J and fragrant and appealing tpv sxoeappelite will get chummy It ui tghty short I IIi Will you invest or lOc to prove say i iso on national snioke R j REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Win toSaleNCt Wathen Blauford seetbem townTue8 Blanford Louisville spent ilthrelasiveshere and 1850 extraordinary progression the interpretation Everywhere discovered sphere understand knowledge In conveniences utilities life v mankind and acquisition material comfort EXPECTED It hardly flatfooted JA Iycr Bjcr newJdanc IaThJWI pW1 flavor iks Aliertpeck ywiJl joyment copec Jiltiiit u oro J f ct klJ I 1 Ii I lh jI pit 0 s i 0 rtIII Ia t Pfrd eI t j j r rI y tc 4ii5r I r+ 1 r H jLi l 4 IIToT ThePllb1iAjhe ifrr f L 1 4 tS tl t1t Jarli I will lcon tioue the busutesqfs4old standopposite L N depptwh0reiWlil1rtijj 7o1 IIthe e futt eofS II r Field Seeds find 0 Feeitr Bert Jellicb Cdal i t 4 invitethe jrnblic to conic aUd xm neittt buying Bai just receivdaaar loadof r4 4 itfi it 4 t NQRTErr OATS Iii ThatIsellat5cpcuke1I Bran 140 per hundred Chicken feed wlthetkr t BesJ JeJlico Coafloaded with fork jflifa- Call and see my stock PXItA4S if t B D i Si ikLtati ilitl4 t 0 The Daily Evening iPort andws 1tl Leader both nie J3 for f350 k1 7 = DAYSCHOOL riMri MUTING I MJAT OMUET- IICETOSPEAK School Workers From All iMi to PreentMan- P4atioriaI Reptitat1of1 lt IIjsrram tfCIIU that has been prepared Mtyrst annual convention oft iicky Sunday cboolAsso ekus win tat SOMerset Oc is unusually attrncUv tH ot often tbatso many 11 or national tcputaUon carV be red for oo gathering but tbls colttee In chargo was te lJi gettlngjus the lead tOmake the program sc that thcrevlll be something he elful for all SundalL workers1wkatever the M Ziisday School may be Thert unity through the entire pro the general theme being hTo t M rtoii UtwraflC General Secretary IMmdqiaLurday Softool A so alMin chrcago I ten ttr 3dl1 ba such a va SzlMy M I treatment ot iho topics SIC ot eonfetlnct5 Ip t J tkL4tdlffeient rla ot tiliS Sosrelpl that every one will ableto tad ftometblngUal will suit 1Ja ipedal need I v The Terr moiiioa ef the named f lavaIhuace DrJq hnt Sampey l4rs- Phelje yA Chirtlslifl i Nan t LeeFr Ser Dr Ckalli1Progfdent H R CreMieldl President W 0 Ganfield Or W j KfcGlpthlltf 41r 01 Iu XrfrayRbMn1ik ma1cd on-0 fetfnaiq to 4ead the convention 1A TkiM ia aeMIUon tcjieaj JJr Chas difi Q MM slac and to bftongtto chorus 4 Vlth tkls sjp us adthorndIeder ot oqofthlw awaiting tho6 whp Attend tills bTtloBrr IT 0MrabetSwuiael per Senrlce leatSunday School Pa rade Acquaintance Hour Exhibit of Jhuday School Supplies and Books County Officers Conference and Supi tIQwJC9Jl ptel Tie officers and vofkers of the KMitudlpv Sunday School Association wllTviieV the work 9f the last year Bdl present plans forthe future tho aSSt- Treasnrer ikfr Clarence Wat ilnsj1 General Secretiry RoY GeoA- Jop n FIeld WorkersRev T C Gft OfficeSectaryall iavo places on the program- Every Sunday School In Kentucky la catltled to send delegates sad 4schools will send a number and hept clipl the most helpful uptodat plafii and ways for Improving the Sun iiiSaataand teachers who can possibly top ought to attend this convention W1D to tb Kentucky Sunday School IdAscjlaUontSMjLouIavIlle for further Inform 1ote BrJn Load or Fpou Jn Hundley a farmer awoke It tks Boralng to be advised by tits wife i5aiotii deficit In the pantry neither sour nor meat IwrKs were not shdathe 1undlyaI wetiJtoo rough for the animals the ta rs strong box was empty ahdthe iirmr resided six miles from town oIjccatnjcted a large sled hitched nine for8kou U to It loaded on five bush V i449atck pea and hit the trail forI CaMtoL After a couple of hours dogaisej 1 tctnow amda TLD Jo 4Aa t t APIIATEDECORATION- drouertlli9Jj1J1y1 10m nppropriatelysdecori a A Ltt M oirirMitdonea01 lJldrftwor1ce i rw CATS FQL40WED HIM titt SAILORS LITTLE JOKE NOT ALTOGETHER A SUCCESS c Army ef Felines Swarmed on Ship Responding to Call Which Thor Yffecoqnfzed as a Summons to Usual Meal According to Walter Jones chief steward of the 1hlteStar line Adrl rUin lelg1an buTchers have opened shops for the sate of horse flesh te their compatriots JA London ManI hester and Glasgow but far none haa been started In UvetpboU There are two shops in Liverpool where they soil roast and bolted horse flesh said Mr Tones but they haT been established for more than lOG yeais to supply the eatS and dogs of the city with their daily noontim meal This meat 3s carried round the trotfi by hecats moat man as bIIs termed who sings out in a high 4 atIcotJIfamiliar cry With their tails In the air the cats surround the barrow meowing plaintively until their portfost has been served them cut pieces stuck on a skewer The dos eat their meat boiled but are not sucS good customers as the cats although their food costs a fenny and the other la only a half penny a portlonA The chief steward said that when he made a voyage recently on the Arabic he had an Interesting expert ence with the Liverpool cats which Illustrated their fpudness for the roasted horsemeat About 060 hours before the ship was due tg5 sail he said I sent Tom Twitchetr a stnward to gei three pennyworth of lats meat as a treat for th ships pet cat TIddles a flnj ratter and very popular with the crew It appeura that after buying the cats meat Twitchets drank two oi three glasses of beer and smoked tpenny clear which made him feel the world was his own Jtfearjng the Iand lug Btn ho sighted two cats slttlm on a doorstep and in the lightness o his heart he called out Meat meat meat cats moat imitating the weV known cry aifd waved the parcel h held in his bandTho two cats fta mediately followed him with theli tails in tho air mewing loudly which Brought cat from houses oh each side of the street until Twltchets said he became EOysoared that Jio started te rutftb thc iuilpi Dashing up the steerage gangway hq was followed hy the trjny of fpllnoe numbering dozens ao cording to Bllli Gargle the assistn potato elerwho counted them nero erel lack cats white cats rod and white cat magenta an4gray catt pucecoioredcats tailless cats blacr end white red rusty bnjWn and eve kind of cat you could possibly thlnV of Twkchets rushed to my cabin fol 4owed by ile feline army and I drov hm out back to the pier and letvthex fight for It as it was the only Way fget rid ofthem Mr Joneswent on tosay that num bars of the eats sot lost and sailed h the Arable with him to New YorkJH outSidebls 1JIhocats going down into the engine roorx to sleep on th mats TwItcheta steward waJI blamed by the crew thEIt bringing them on board Jehlp teputaUonolbelngthetJggest cause he swore that he ceunt l it4 cats when they swarmed up the gang way Several of them wore drowned when tho Arabld sank on August 19 Mr Jones said I Activities of Wpmen Mrs BeUo Aplln of Hamilton Mo breeds siidfells pigeons for a living Mnylv B Sioddard pf St Txuis is on expert movlpg picture machine operator Thb Drench government has nard eda gold medal tq Sirs W K Yandor bijt who president of the Amen can cctamitUJo foY clothing for the wonnde 5rmcn in Kansas can hold any of coniressmore liberties than those of any ether commonwealth The 32000 girls employed In the aikrln and dr ssfu klrig ahopa ir New York city want a special d tai of 200 Trome police appplhtod tc protect strikers from gunmen Women in Canada no lodger have toe right to veto the enlisting of their husbands or Bond under eighteen The gcIjo war was given to tip women o Canada by Gen Sam Hughes who aow iA England and those who eve eeeded him have changed the ruling Splendid Chinese Flowerf Some time ago Frank H Shearer our genial cark superintendent showed the writer an immense flower of Incarvillea Delavayi a hardy plant but llttl known yet bearing very large trumpetshaped flowers of fine pink with yellow throat says the Los Angeles Times Both in this country Ianain Europe It is considered one pf the best hardy perennials an unusu ally attractive plant while in flower and in spite of Its Hardiness resent tug a semitroplcal appearance It has a long parsnipshaped roof which may be left in the soil over winter ttj the soil is light or drainage good orI tfstonqddntll1rnenay easily be grown from seed CropAare utied for green manuring Among the leguminous arcps erG sweet clover alfalfa cow peas and soy beans They are all very efficient and th to growbestpr soy beans may be planted after the grain crop has been harvested These crops should be turned under In the fall when In a succulent 4ltIOn CQAoI Keeping Vital Statistics NortbCaroUnJitate arena efforts to enforce urn recently enacted law requiring the reporting and nitration of births anddcaths in that state A special pro r been assigned to the work prose this ig Tlolations and alreadyo has bght n numbCr1of suits against tsrIand undertakers who nave failed Cttk4W r TIT1 i PROGRAM OF THE KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION CONVENTION AT SOMERSET KY OCTOBER 61 8 1916 EducetonalStateConventionl ToServeway or another 1r r GeieraLSeoretary NannieLeoClassDopartmOntBaptist Theologleal Seminary I Dr R H Crowtfeld President Transyl vania University D1 W A Ganfield Presl4ent Centre Collbjjo Dr Vf JT NuentDivisional sonlifrThe principal features cifthd prbgram will be THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 to43A NewElementarylonIrogramerresMrindaySchoolr WekemeMaorl 1918 Rev Gee tA JepHn Qualifying for jvJ air SlatIon X wrance IFRIDAY OCTOBER 6 beFieldReportJTiullaOrganIzdIndlvIdualflesponablltyAfternoon Theine Servinj the Multitudes Sons Service Memory Versea AttaInjSundayrSqheolEvening Theme Christian CItlzen hlp SongS Mr OhnsH Gabriel iundaSchoolTraining IhebeCUrtIr sruRDy OCTOBER 7 TheWorldWorldooMraNurentOur Weaver Business Afterncon Four Cftnferenpes Blementarj Thfime The Asforfntlons Pro OrnIzedAdult isbuleLofPromIseEducationPresidentl SUNDAY OCTPBER 8 Morning Attend Sunday Schools and Church SevI IJI LeePraysezFran Ill inlgsby Adults eetIng Speaken W J lI H bUn atWprll ItH l roshtdIRoyLpresslons SOMERSET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Church In Which Stats Sundayschool Convention Is to be held October 53 WORLDS ATSTATECONVENTION- Kentuckian S S LEADER Glycn Opportunity of Hearing MariOn Lawrance of ternational Assoclation To Qnlt One person can be given the honor ot being the loader in the Worlds Sunday School activities and that man is Marlon LawraiK of Chi cago General Secretary of the Inter national Sunday School Association Title noted leadtir has been secured a conIvantIonber 58 In his way hundreds of Sun willihavennhearing this distinguished leader Thursday aftcnidon October t will bof devoted to a Conference for mipcrin tendents and officers of Sunday Schools with Mr l awrancc as tho leader PUBLIC SQUARE SOMERSET In Kentucky AssembleT October KEEPS CHICKENS AT WORK Chicago Man Employs Unique Device to increase Production of Egos During tne Cold Weather A resident of Chicago Is reported ir havq deviaod p way to keep his chic one up to heir during the win ter season when the short days ha e Ian nndosirablo effect on the proiiui prvihisjwork ldIcording to tho Electrical Revlew At sIx In the morning I turn on the switch and thofowlsg2t up thtn ing It is daylight The lights arc turned hIthe lights ara turned on again and thoy are kept going until nine at night when I turn out all except tho two tandlepowor lamps These give just sufficient light to give the ap pearance bf dusk and tho fowls begin going to roost I leave the smalt lamps lit all night so that It an ot the fowls want to get up at night eat they can do so Eleven lays ter the lights were installed the daUtoI ayeraee Jumped from 26 eggs to During the molting season under the old custom when most of the food eggsJ eggst62 a day during the molting season By my method I keep the chickens ttiinkJngthey are gcttltfg the salnao amount of daylight nil the year rpud and I am keeping them thlnkbgjall 1 tlie time OHIOAN TO PE SPEAKER Mrs PhcbQ A Curtlss of Columbus 0 Will Make SeVeral Addresses For over ten years Mrs Curtlss has boon the Elementary Superintendent of the Ohio Sunday School Assocla thuiand has several times spoken at Sunday School gatherings In Louis vlllo After over jono of the mcatlnga the people have wanted her to return Juet as soon and as often as she would The convention la to bring many help fu1 speakers to tho Sunday School workers of Kentucky out no one will bring more pleasure than this attractive speaker Mrs Curtise Is known to thousands of lpeople as the author qf The White Gifts for the King1 tbo charming Christmas Service that has been used during the last few years by ao mSny SUnday Schools tor a Christmas service AT City Which Sundayschool Workers Will 58 vcrk fEIjE IS THE LATEST ALIBI Qriton Asserted He Was Full of Quinine When Arrested for As saulting Mao After AltercatloriI At A London police court rucpmtly Frederick Hewlett BurtonDrown fifty ibrt years old who was In the mII form qf a captain In the royal army medical rorpa WC charged on rnmand with being drunk and riotous and with UBauulting William mine 11I inrveku nor of Hloomsbury sqiare by strikluR him on the head with lilt electric torch says the Lriftni llwcl The altoinoy wliri api arod for the defendant said that on the night he Rca arrested he was leading an oil car who had lost his sight in the Dar Jznelies and when crossing the road switched on an electric torch to see his way There had been a Zeppelin attack some twenty minutes earlier anil tbi prosecutor thought he might b procexlftedon the scene wrongly thought that his xaltement was due to drink and ar sutIteen taking largo dosfts of quinine triilch am nted for jhis condition 4im ha was arrested He desired to rf exprt M his regret for any injury ho stiflbt havo tiaused the prosQcutor and i vufr willing to oomnensateblm 1The magistrate aliwed1bo1 charges lo fco withdrawn a IY W 1 ALE 1 j i T v 1 OF FINE if f FFarm Crowing Cropss Live Sock J j FARMING IMPLEMENTS ETC i 7 i It 1 A JEI order t to dissolve partnership we will sell to the highesttand best bidder t pn tAe t premises on i fN b J Thursday9October Ol B PliiiSlWi fIJ At 10 OCLOCK AM PROM er T tft11 ta3 The e Sympofarth ft 376icres 33Rods and 10 Square PoW i 4 II i This farm is situated one and onehalf miles from tqtKyThis farni has on it ar fine brick dwelling 10 rooms attic and basement large stock barns three cribs with shed attached one 10acre tobacco barn one tenant house and id necessary outbuildings in good repair and is one of the prettiest homes in the cQunfer y I j I150 Acres of Bottom Lend 100 Acres Woodland Pasture Jp3 Acreffbli Tobacco Land 50 acres cleared remainder in fine Cedar I vrfInterested parties will be shown over premises at any time This IS one of thenbeitliianUK 1 ill the county and will be offered in separate tracts and then as a whole imdjbU in dii1 way In whichit will bnng the most money I J r I Personal ProOertu r r t 1 t 13 yearling Polled Angus Steers 2 yearling H ifers 6 Polled Angus MfJchCowsI Shorthorn cow calf by side 6 weanling calves tII good 2yearold Polled Angus Bull 5 brood Mares 2 firstclass workhorses VH 2 worc Mules4and5 ears old weanling Mule Jennet 9 old in foalr lIen 2years old rn foal t 3 sowsand pigs I17 feeding hogs ft TER11SLOn one first tf 1917 iotereSt P ait fider 101 2 and 3 fi cm Jan 1917 sale payabIannuaIlywjthpfeci- I clause Un PersdnaltyAII sums 10 over that amount on tj wi ti jand payable in any to suit purchaser j baMt rj YOU yoni- tiervicos retatIoi Bookkeeping Bookkeepers alll DraughonsNew worryShorthandcia court write the System Bhorthan Colleges teach rifk9 Because they know t m DIVORCE YOURSELFF- rom Dirt Dust and urg I Combination Pneumatic Release Iron broom drudafcy from theSweeperIand luting furniture and iron the atd venn aued by the bythef rucumatic + whichalthough wily operated by hind creates powerlul wctioo force Which dries the dirt and found your rugs and carpets and the sam- etjxnethreo1yjng brIsh picbtip pUu tLruda- rlYclint ctcI fnade three and sold DuntIcyFor morl detaUed InformaHoo wrltt TODAY e Agents Wanted m WANT a Better JQI1 That will be asked you almost dally by busIness men seeking qUtlIftake the DraughonTrainingandibow ambition rise More bANKERS Indrso DRAUGHONS Colleges than indorse aUotler bust nrss colleges Colleges States Internatlorial qleaLaover the best dug that dust + Home Study Tfotuanetrol tattficask Ile3 boakkee6e and cfrngrujher holding good tho rosul pf taking Oranghons Hone Study fI CATALOGUE For prices lessons ForJrcalogue DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL COLLEGE NaariUor ToDD Paducb Ky rnrnville lad The Daily Evening Post a ridNews Leader both yew for 3 50 I f I i 50tonshayI I b sh fs clovr Jcorn t fflooa tlcks t 1iiIMCCormck Bindor Empij ewheadrijj McCormick mower Osborne mowerPPair Adrain Wire Stretchers lkfttitrVaiterRising cultivator VU1canbrekingpiowa J Old HickQY wagOJi J4afnarne2 f 2 rubbertire buggies 2s tsharness 1i Lot of gear other farming to9f i tarrn turd cash day January with from yfsakreyears I interest from date of under cash a credltoff6monfhsr good security neggtiabie i bank f SSt j I b t A I Q r L7Jijj u brudgery by qU5tlon COMBiNED reporters Draugbon h is oj tnj sic I Sweeper out all la at are in ze i It to 48 In 18 of all are positions as on BUSINESS MeafaU or Kwmille or or E one e 4tt r and GJrili Jj GOtIII Saved Girls UfI24 it iIiwant tto tell you what wondecful benefit t ba ceived frornthe use of Tnedfords BlackDrauf H wd JtIMrS Sylvania Woods ot Clifton Mills KYe 8 till certainly has no equal for la gri pe tbit oSliver and stomach troubles I firmly fcelteyt BlackiM fAit saVed my little girls life When she had the m 1reu 9they went in on her but ene good dote of Thtiitei frtfW frtO BlackDraught made them break out and sic IMS feMl 5more trouble I thall never be Ytfthoat WJ Irt ELAVGtflhA1c1IIn iny home For constipation lndfgetfo headacks HZ ness rralaria emirs and fever biUgusQe5S d sipiLW ailments Thedfords BlackDraugfit has protwl kktf4M reliable gentle and valuable remedy S If you suif r from any of these complaints try =i Draught It is a medIcine of known jnerit SeeIIty4Yt bCyears of splendid success proves its Value M4tcw nd old For sale every wrcr Pce25 ctfrtt Ii cL tt 5a NATURE ff1Jlk w rJ iivyiJ tti yifi Natura bA t taPttiffHi I 0telt tIto fMtttMaAMk Cnstrug t nature fnr u wLLI I th M rsiieeslsers rjwtw r ttocotuc eontk M ujctracl fff nii wi4ji rat nit pvHJCiII Jrh Poctcr JicCcs GPld = lYLe lca1 T4MIt UtokDr Pierce with r 9 arastcsce off nto learned ttosmht e1dI iditori work exporimcn in o eLj thisstIJr ii ecPfrtn3jt ed skedd rcatellic1cncy enl nrlrtmul Io ol VlMlttl4Ift e C t wuJVR Jbtt tllt rt vi rnasiy Uu nasa Ie blOodctnd en mt rUudo and fecis4 oMntl8Dr Piercel ictiIuJIcul Duecovarj s the p tI- PuBuc 4rsovtL wad5has sold snnre lerjly lltlN stt years than 1lD1jot er t4ood puni5er sod seakoaIe met tint MO I mt ot of hktnti aahss1 tit hi Peat ot UI jue wrlUla Mti BaA Wnua e Xe I commcedto d wltJt th deeteti lit MIM sI U other iii rvA ani = wves- to DrFIcre aaeh c eMug lJsaL 54itis4L5 triJAD Pkint1O5et 01 1t tt t+ Met cc tobS11b1thaedlwJ i it PIrice 1 HIrJ t 1