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I tStau iANJt6 lIOIIlliI I J Ii j Ji f 0 L I 1 1 =MI 23 5 1916 t t w tI = i2 Hip arid vtf wi for the most YOi LmaeiJt r wet 4 8 Astiuf ohttKifc Wfdtfee4t OraiBg Hb 10 nk t14 WItattended by j m 3 and friMMi of lfc disfcn aished de e sis i I JNrefa Quite a larpe Wof prieete frow different p rtft of K tttekjr were present AtihMnii SeqrieM MaR XtfOTd f tfce Kt Ret Abbot reebtv ot GtatbMwaBe Abbev bete UM Ueteoramt Revs Wm ortjr and Michall Jaglowinz dsMOtt Aid sUb econ The WSott Wm delivered by Father Mi jg ganajfQ Of peoria lSl i intimate with Bbfctop jifaldias for seventeen 7M j ifiys bwr a clear insight otiefe oi the deceased andI tbeHMritwe pid Waa was 1oqrit wad deserved Arch bi bop ftpaldiBCi asa native of i tile county is js tJjFproid of the be Mteitd a a churchman arid cU sV ad nhi memory will be eti rorattt time on C t jr 4 Mrs Lena fowLing age 25 jeare pied at liar home near hE e Sunday Sept 21 after ten iyiJiltie of typhpid feveri Rjbe was born and reared at Ky 1She had k ae residing bore only a few made rie she came in contac SbfewBsa mcmberof the Oath olidvcknrcb and clied fortiOedby- ts fftotad rs fib t is surv ved bf ifcejr husSand add two smaH efelTdrenj wbohaye the s mpa ttfree rtift comm ity In their r UIft1J ed Mood mor higatSf Oath by Rev Fallier Haven Echo J rv Ttw s Ii Ill W Ji tJl JI g t TITlE NE14rts= r t tt t f4 lirMt itJ4 11- = UREuPvat XWCM SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON ICOUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 4 pldin- gi Miiugberof5reItIV t Meqciatiou tttkiewiliiTraBd prominence 4owhng Howardst6wir ieirsabDi dsOJaU witilsrwhona rbvMentserviceaiwerocondac erfneslehurcb 4HoyNew SeirfGocn Selection Pointers 4Cora this year sbonldrbA se Jacted in the field about the third or fourth week in Septem ber Corn should be selected tbab iis grown under average cnndi rtlous less favorable than the av lersge A tine ear crown under favored circumstances may not reproduce its kind Ayojd selecting the llate big type of cumin order to secure maturity Seleetgood sized ears but nott ears that pre unusually large Do not take seed grown near ensiiagetcorh Such corn is late maturing Immediately after selection seed corn should be properly stored If left in a p Je for only a few bo ra it may haat and ducti4eivitalit r rjseonly home grown seed Ordinarily it gives the bestyids Farmers Home Journall Broke Arm in Fall r r i1otTwyman Humphrey son oft HumIpbreyleft arm atjhe elbow Saturdayr morning Hwss riding on bisi pony and as 1he attempted to help a boyon behind him the saddle turned rpwlu him to the treet He was brought ton Dr Cleavers office for medical atteation The break1s a bad one being in the elbow Falcon Iv Farm For Sale We desire to sell prhately our rfarm situated on the outskirt joff Lebanon The farm coutairie3 80 acr s of well improved land TaylorHarmon betr pieces of property in Mar lon county Forfurther6infor marion call on J d Rarmon o 11 Spenaer Qlark Pboathed Model ute H mlam3 iboy rc juirti no f JAC Return of Old Loan Some of the legal hirs of fUyaoi Salomon the Philadelphia Jewish partriol are once more asking Congress to pay back the 660000 which hialomon lent George Washington to finance the American revolution The story of how alter nearlya ceoj lurv and a half this vast amount of money which made it poiii ble for George Washington to carry the Revolution through toI a successful end may be retUrn eel reads like a chapier from a historical romance Many YErsI after Mr Sal mons death OOflIL gress ordered the money refund ed to Mr Salomon son Ryan Stijomon second The papers reached him on Saturday andii being an orthodox Jew lie refused to sign them on theJ ewI ish Sabbath He said that he would do so on the following Monday The next day hft drop iped dead and since that time the maney has remained in the treasury of the United States At the outbreak of the Ameri can Revolution in 1776 Mr Sat omoiIent George Washington thq money through Robert Mor ristthen sretarybZ the treap uy aa war loan It is qlaim ed that the sum at the present day with compound interests amounts to more than 150000 00 but the claim of the lega heirs will be only for the origiji i ml amount When Judge Taft Vas president of the Uniieaa- lttltes a movement was fttdiie by z number of patriotic Jews to have the government establish a I national university in Washing txin to be named the Hyam Salb mon University whch would be maintained by the interest of this debt Although the matter was brought to the attention of President Taft and members of the Senate and Congress more than five j ears ago nothing was f done 1Now the legall heirsi have qome Velret Blue M Stni Priced Model Same heavy con struction thuhoct 1 TJJ J t to Ash Pan line Note handiomo duilQ And pro w e forward arid will petition trii gross to pay thernthu l moniLL Creed OftThe KnOCk t Mi believe that nothinc is rjrajbt Ii believe that I alone bay9the right ideas The town iid wrbg the editors aro wrong the tahtera are wrong the ppople are wrong the things they Iottre wipng and they are doiug them in a wrouy way anyhow I iUe1c lieye I could fix things if t eyIt would let me If they douK t ed to make others do thingsP1bB way we want th m done not believe that the town ouht to grow It Is too big ubw I believe In fighting every public improvement and tpoilijgevhY1 bodys pleasure I ant always to the front fa opposing tjittgs and never yet advanced an iUoa or supported a inovemett tnat would make peopl happiar or add to the pJieasurs of min woman or child I am oppofefed to fun and am happiest wheait aluneral I believe in staTtfngi reforms that will take the joy oat ot life Its a sad world aiA I am glad of it AmentLouis Post Dispatch i 1 Two Firms For Salel I desire to sell privately ray arms situated on tile S T fse and Loretto turitpike Iet home farm contains butfjS acres all in grass except biut 12 acres Has good wel4g- and aM necessary outbuilrHtv The oiher farm contain r bfut 120 acres more or less a idtddse to c unty road Has small house oa itand Unnecessary cutijsuild ings Mostly in grass iTerms reasonable i 0JasfOI1tSKIDfiEl fEiE3ds ad t 11Big Factory R Stove Salel- Largcrcwda intend to visit Our Big Sale In order that you may IIIfeavy receive the tersonal attention of the 1ctory exp 2rt we 11111 rnind1oin customers and their friends II liti 1v 5 Opportunityofa Lifetime Secure as that the sale starts promptly at y a ii 111 Come Early Everybody Cial lYecome I A ptdionHud Coal Radiant D2agznofKJ I J I ColesOrigial Hot r I j I Lor II 13 Saving Guaranteed Even Heat Day andNightjI Iwaste4I The safest moStl economical and 11 satisfactory heateii ever made Burns hard coal crushed coke soft coal 0slack lignite siftings wood or cobs No fires to build gives powerful base heat requires littleattentionVC IIICOME EARLY REMEMBER THE DATE COME EARL l J I I OCTOBER 18 McCluf 8 Simrns tp1Y1se It Blast b PostOffic Burganzed Bdfordjvillewas i morning about one oclock and tlie safe blown and between sixty III augfive dollarfi ere takent The work was evidfently done byw experienced safe blower as- hree large charges of nitroglycg erin was used In the hurry a package containing about fiftylI l tlcllars WaS overlookedS The post office at Bradfords IviIJuis in Mr W B Powells a store AJr Powell being deputy and Mr JoR Breeding pOs- tmaster t Residents 6f Bradfords yule beard an aut rbile stop on a side Street and later heard the explosions when it was blown Very shoijUy after the explosions were beardthe auto mobie was driven offIJCbiefThooi sOD was caled and took the county andcityp blood hound to Bradfordsville TlJeE dog trailed to wlre the autii wao known to have stopped but could not trail no further It IsjI belieVed that the guilty partiE will be caught A mastof vines running over a p5e of d brs in thu haclc ardI is u thing of beauty while theI HttQr it covers would probably be aneye sore to tbe landscape Plenty of stable manure cnlti i atAon and jqdiciouj pruning will almost without exception bring bick iirboariug theold orchard tl t seemstobe beyond hope Lime sbdnUV never ba mixed with ferUlizeror manure but if the lima la thoroughly worked Into the surfacQ after plowing there win be no danger of injur ious effect on tDo fertilizer or manure GraDQ vines plttnted in early November afiur iha wood has well rptfncd ami matured ualres 3t stronger growth than when planted m thespring You had beter take tbo precaution to mulch heavily each yule s o planted rho onion crop of the United j States is 78 3 per cent cf norma- lccmparedwith 755 IB IfllS and 8819 inJ014 Kentuckys croptt f is b9 per cent this year compar ed with 95 per cent in 1915 andt 76 In ID14I SacrificedtorCireeuneuDeath J t whilei vraklns oii tracts swing ingtrains or otherwise ttrsspa it i POll 1u prop hty of the South e1n Railroad during the eara euding June 10th 0Despitegot the practice of tresspalssing on railroad property seems 011I the increase For the previous yuurs the nninberof tresspabsers ki led on the Southern was sI folowsl 19ll 155 1914 120 10 15 140 making with 1910 a toiail of 001 lives sacrftlced to careless l nesii Statistflcs shOw that the great majority of railroad trespassers killed are useful citizens Walter raors unlit K thd tracks while walking to ajd fom their vorkI furnish a large proportion = nile fully a third are school buss tilled while hoppIgtraIns- Prohibitionist J f Espouses Wiluon The Rev R Orow pastor of a Methodist church at Braden burg and Prohibition nominee fo Con r9sff in the FJurth dis- triCt Mu a speech at Bradenburg Monday is said to have calle- dI his supporters in Monde cuunI ty and throughout ttio district to- vote fOP Conpressmun lIen John soneand the Democjatic electori in November He is quoted by Mi Johnson as saying that the action of President Wilsonos keeping this country at peace while practically the entire old world is afwar is in itself suffia put reason whyJthe voters of tl1eI United States hould vote to keep him in power oi CSTOR1ATor lafamss and 01dlirM 1M K YII All IIIit Bears the JIIpMv ot t The Farmer and the Strike The Republicans have never been able to regard the farmer s they do other business men r treat the farmer business as they do other business The hole legislative record of tha party showsthis the lilt of ar men used to thefarm by the speakers and m the r campaign literature show it The llatest and mot remarkS linstance pft this is the preach ment theyire now potting cut that the settlement of the strike bv President Wilson was ofne value to the farmer and that a grnat burden in the way of lin creased freight rates will fall up on his shoulders y There lis no basis for either ossertio The ktrike would not have caused the farirer to actually suffer vor foodor fuel as this poor in caies would have suffred But bis business would have hut fered With the railroad traffic of the nation blocked the farmers business iii tiomn ways more He would have seen his grain his corn his cotton all his staple products held on the larm or running up storage chargas in warehouses of no present use or value and to beI later sold in do impaired market Were beship ping on contract he woudbave been forced to breikiiIe coo T ct He would have een his fruit and vegetables ucd all peii hable produce rot for lack of trausppr tat ion to market a dead present bss to him anda disorganized market at the end Those farmers who are feeders of livestuck and who depend in part on purchased foodstuff would have suffered extra losses The farmer would have suffer J ed inconvenience md loss us to everything he ships to markettt and RS to everything be buys from other points 4jid in addition to this direst S stbe tuo with the rest of the population would have snf fered from tjio disastrous state of the business of the country t brought about by the strike The artuerl2 not prospered by labor being idle manufacturers mines mills and stockyards closed and 01l comma ce- handcuffed With the poor suffer rig for Tcod nJit the baties for milk in the cities The harped on iucriase of freight rates the farmer Is going to havo to pay is mare pt Qmpr Iou No promise of iucreaae itias been Liven the railroads iit What has been promised is that n investigation shall bo made and just and fair rates allowed How welcome the fulfilment of this promise will be to who rail- sroads is a question The net learnings of the rail g truadsyear ending Joie Ii 1900 were 708 million dollars more than the hst year of die Taf adminidtra 1tionotyt just rates does not necessarily mean higher rats The water in railroad stocks the mauipular c i s tion in railroaddeals and maiij a thelburdenl I men in WalL Streett who got mull lions fort light or even ub ousJ services to railroad managet as in the Now Htfveti iqstanpe instead of the shippers bearing the burden b the shIpptrs- farmers or uiioera or mahufact urers or lumber men Tint pbsiUon and the rgUt r mepts of the Republicans rer 1I1 f view the farmer in his traepowii tion in Am6rtcan life abusijaMM t man that there Is a producing t end to his business as 3o that of the miner or manufacturer t1atIi there is a selling end to hIs busi J ness as to others a financial phase to his business as to others that as a shipper and ss a re ceiver oft freight he stands In tbe Same shoes as the other shippers ocdlecel versot t jud amain fundamental diIc ference now between the twq parties is that the Democrats undiir Wilson have recbxniiit it the farmers real status I FOR SALE Ktd IgilU a wheat and seed barley f John Waba IA J uAt tt IL I w 1 Ero ft r i I I 4Ip 1 h and Q V8Mfl Ce I t tZ f i I rLtIidir J 1 hI r f I t rJ l qLaJ4o- The Ad IIMon Law I Judge Hugh s asserts1 that Wilson should be defeated be aiuso cJftbc Adamsuif law Sevenjy R publidan menlbera of congress a majority of those voting oted for thiar lwa Doe Judge HUgheS sayThEsboU1- dbedefatd LaPollotto votdfor tlje Adamson law and then fiFoir ette appa d4d to the voUtiof Wisconsii nd was renoma td for We Sot almott two for one Does Judge Hughes astr the Republicans of Wiconau to defeat LaFolleite- Jjadge Hughei asserts that tne Adassson law iathe reealt 1art son called both sjdesto tlie oocT trovers TJefdre him Had IraftrA their case He recoinOi1iJ That the eight hqwrliw fp into effect J nM asd that iU results be observed by a COB mission for nine months At tbo 8lld of that time they womli report to cclngress and a month j alter their e btboar law would lend This wu the onlrptacU l plan of investigation altdI getting the facts Pulhermorfi met a condition and averted aJstrike whick would bavplt haps been quite as evil as a civil war The railroad managers refseed tttacceptt toe pretMentiippealedt topoa ross andcoDgreen in reapoiwe o bia leadership jcave Preeid ot Wilsons 8Ujgestion the binding force ofJaw 8yeaty Republi can representatives and 6e1tJi LaPollelie JQined whhlh IIcrats WM this coercion tp follow tfie iprfeSHeiiVa lle kr Snip What bJ9 demand thtit ojabor Itgislatton bt acted npflin lief oreaijottrisserit pittiiiir pistwl to 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irlOHMrt ya r ktBr hers sod OM hoOt et scall the bills tor tWa Tats lave ordered but foi HMto aMKtlMW wHkoat year moral eeI1certiBcbIHw petted hwiaod you have B t MMUif ti thftt tf t should go alomr Mr w r lie M sae atoplwtely na to see aM t mr Margate orange IeM n Jhptg esapartsenta and- behi a yretect aa from lie total strangers 1 I1ty HI War arrle4 MfBt to feel patty Mel abettt my wamtlar TPV to fo Myw y Mi yN wwM if lox had a M rk of Ttesete fMltev yon fI Tfc r M E the petted husband to saxborfMosliatsid doop Mi M IatM for six heAt Mel tie wULt the PMr W kMM rMMrkW ts a Mend- seoy I rosato My petted husbrta aiotg The poor alaa grboolotely 4 a M if MM Life v UfwtoMo MMH- Tk4 eelMntt4 observatory at TM Tkk the fke from which we i feBffltVM was founded bj rlM H to 171 udnly for the PUT I el lavesUcKtlBK the norementfc the moot to the tottrMts of navigi tier kkMda fa tie Imtwvealrig two ii a JJa1l ewtttles astronomers have worked ai the problem the moonTias faot yet beeoB entirely amenable their BHiUiMMUci The astronoj Kewroyal f Grist Britain In his rtr ten 9i the work at Greenwich daring the put year eagle attention to the ln crMrimc vtoUM between the cali eIlatM pMitfo ofth mooa In they aiJ iti real yotitloa U shown by tk Ortcawkk enervations The d1 TktlM has lately leer rrowlnr la s arises llaaaar The errorlut year than twelve time largewu more as M tJae cror twMty yaari ago and the ATerp arnaw tocreJW during the two 4ec M iMr amounted to halt a C04 8l are la longitude Tht rear tom tbc Mtrnkmtri laa vt failed iis wac select rendt from calculations bust K dyBMEloal laws of gravity Ut4 it MtCUy to mte of soy MtMtClvt fere that they UTe let MiMTtcti altMVik the rei 0Imay aiM tot aCtttti ky th trHaha of tie Mftk wkkk sty swath URt j terlt twtTnthi eeJD IIf ClvIII M Utrn to thttt- Civttaa rUe club arc attly rv1 ttivtag mvtk attention They have 4trtltptd a mumiber of men who are MttUMt Mttt with 22 callbtr riant tatfttra at a distance of It to 71 tttt Ctmparatlytly few however are akle to kadle tke modern hljbpow trtd Mtallker United States maga tine rile sad kit a target 1000 yard away Moreover oven were all our toot good afcoU ltbe remeis bend that tkooUag la merely one of the taiptrtamt ports of a soldiers tralmtag amd that It Ji a very small part The soldier who cam do nothing but HHNC has akqut the same reUUve mlM u a polo platr who cam itf M a Ietbe and wield a mallet skill tally ht wko cant ride a horse Capt Rtekard Stockton Jr Cot Mtrt Weekly fCthlIf the arckeologlstt dont stop dlrgang around in the ruins In Asia wt shall sect fce as uncertain about whit oudI IUD TO CONTROL NERvE ten the Iravttt M f1 Have IMM- Kntwn to Exhibit FHr Pttert ti Ini Inured tt rrquite Xen in the trenches used to the war genre have been described as feeling Jump1the sort of af mamu sends Here Is a tate of mind not Irtceuarlly blameworthy for even ua cpeziIMCtilL The feelmr Is liven Tariout mamec As when a young nobleman was sent to the hospital suffering front heart paralysis Being immature a maert youth his heart in fact his whole body was undeveloped a man tm spirit but not yet in body Being so cohaplcuoua a flgnre It was up tt couragedcourse adecood All ths tame there was a profound shock to kit physical organism and something had to evidenct that chock Hla soul was strong and linn but his physi sal being with subconscious Will tolive WM afra44raad too shame to K or to its princely wnerIWhy should mea get equivocal about fear oa the battlefield Why not frank ly call Jt that and Dfnerns or courageofahesjd despite the fear The subllmest courage is the two in the morning ijt when ones iphalcal condition is oat Its lowest Ab And the wond4lie just that kind of courage Is noir being so mag niflcently and so lavisji displayed all along the battlefron where muct tf the Ughttec tif dose it night All soldiers are likely to afraid until they ret used tow t e TJits has been true of many nscorn IActiumIj l f coward Is he declar Le bravest of Use brave who boa t never was atrafd DemosthenW talked fight aplenty but he ran away from hit trot engagement u alai CIcero Bclentlflc Amerlcap4 t j Grant tf fttkra euU1e rtutlc df the ittllav calltcalatiostimes at bright u thejun It is 134 times as large as the Mm la diameter 18000 times ta surface and 2420000 tlmec im volume Its distance from ot according to lye SMt estimatt ii 4H light years Supbpso says Mr thisterrsreaoeater tf eplar tystea la lieu 1tise Ute tarn It would then occupy ty kuadrtdtks of the space ly ing wltklm the orbit of Venus and as 1AlIawhoa Mt lower limb was on our loci set itt vpper would be within 20 let sayia neighbor SubjectI btpre the little old lady is the back teat The president ef the woman club rapptjl loudly for order Dritflaies said she Vlll ftft their attMtlom W the business oC UM ehtdr nrCon- versing With Ghosts Some scientists of roil eminence kave accepted the Postulate of the Individuality and selfconsdousnttt of the soul after the death of the body and have even attempted to demon comIzunlcaUonspirits Sir Wllllai a d1JembodledI found delver in ch to Vadloactivity aswrted years ago that he had had communication with scale of dead friends bat for several later years he has been silent anent this matter Canaille Flammarion a rather speculative and sensational astronomer declares that he hag seem1 and conversed with pie ghosts of dead friends Prof William James brother of Henry James the novelist promised before he died that If pos Bible ht would communicate with hit friend Professor Hy lop boih eminent psychologists but at last accounts the soul of Professor JJUBM uMkte Hudson lay j Road cI rtt competition of the Hudtom flay railway now under construction from the PUt Manttoba to Port Nelson will open a vast area of rich natural resources The whole region with ita history and possibilities it described in an illustrated volume entitled rrfit HadMB Bay Road 14981916 by A R dt Tremaudan of the Manitoba Bar tI t 1 II IAboutI2 i f t 1 tI1r 1 t 11 WE WILL HAVE PLENTY OF IT- o 1 t 16c delivered 15c on the car r ht oil Pricssons Grass Sneds of all Kinds 1 We are always in the miarket I i I F T =CAUSES OF FURRED TpNGUt Many Reasons Besides a Disordered Stomach May Do Responsible fJT Condition 1 suppose that there Is no more In eradicable idea In the mind of the doc tor than that tho furred tongue Is es sentially an Indicatlpn of a deranged stomach whites Sir James Qoodhart hoepttLondon bably an attempt to kick against tho pricks to say otherwise Yet accord- Ing to Sir James It is by no moans al ways so And he goes on to prove it by cases In his own extensive practice lOne of these was of Snan in a very montohad to be obeyed nn from whom ho had to hear much grumbling a very talkerhave II playing every ounce of it He was InI splendid health but suffered from a furred tongue and a bad taste in the mouth In his case these wero not duo to the stomach at all but to a disor dared state of nerve control Nervous fears and nervous tastes are common enough and they deserve Bbelieveswholesome largely by parvous control and when he loses this control the parts become fevered the mucous membrane dry the nerves Irritated and taste Is perverted The men eo affected are those who are nervous anxious hard worker taking their abplltandTie Carbonari whichtooknational unity and liberty and the name of which meant tho charcoal winters or colliers only became in slight degree known in 1815 The con injinstitution it numbered from 24000 to 30090 adherents and its rolls creased so rapidly that in March 1820 It was said that as many as 660100 new members were Initiated Little Is really known aboufthe secret society originbutIkst French regime In Naples Its movement was directed against the Neapolitan Bourbcaa andtoward ItoV lea freedom OSTEtiDS HISTORY IS BLACK Beautiful Belgian City Has ThrOugh- the Centuries Been tle Prlz of Various Natlbnc The fist siege of Ostcnd the beau oft Belgian city ended 310 years igq on Scpiembor 22 1801 when tha SpanIl thmootheroicrarfarc On the death of Charles It of Spain the French anted attend- but t in 1706 after Marlborough de feated the French at RanrillkM ii iras tokent by the allies Vln 174fi iit vs retaken by the French but n stored three yoars latttr1t 178 the French gsrrrapned the town for Ilk Enipress Maria Thereaa in1 It9i Ostend again clfto the rwicJi who evacuated it in 1793 regained if EIIgliyIthtre IronS1811 to 830 w7lten Brfgitoa re gained jitiv independent MoUcn Oitend u knofrn as Im Reuse dt- tPlnsesthe Quern of alliesan4- for many years it has been the reatr est setaidz playground of Europe a favorite resort for the peeplof all nations If magnificent hotels un among the finest in the world anal the abbreviated bathing suits wor by both sexrs are tho ilcsnair of Puri taur When the Workers Quit Tp the number of mow under arm add those engaged in making war inn witless except food and clotnibg ihough a great deal of war clothing it wasteful in that It is used up far Cast er than If the wearora wore In acid considered all theaf men are idle for they are prodacfn eo wealth for Treat Britain their number has been calculated at eom e thing like halt the total working pope latlon The proportion is probably about the same for the other Bata except Russia where it what lower boUtrr Suppose something like gainfully employed population United States struck work sat down and twiddled their thumbs for two or three years belpg supported in fella new by the government during that period Suppose there wan sonte de struction of real property by blowing up bridges throwing explosives into factories burning villages Suppose there twaa a very high casualty and mortality rate among the idlers Our economic position would then be bout like Europes The government wattld be borrowing Immense sums to sup port its millions of pensioners cad 07 problem would be to offset tho as much as possible bj levying aIabor that is not normally roductlv ly lhe surplus later of vomen children the seed aM the haft and by economising in all voptr orturdj taitn p ellcsot Cliff Dweller Rocbhtly dl coy l was made by fprcat rangers of an unorplored rolo of the ancient cliff dwellers in the Mesa Verde park and subsequent de velopments have proved that it Is both xtensivo and Interesting A long ladder was constructed and swung over the face of tho cliff at a height of 600 feet from the bottom of the canyon The ruins contained 25 rooms but no kiva orelargOCoremonlal chum osf such as is usually found in slint tar ruins Tho rangers In a brief and cursory exploration of the ruins found In jflaln sight ten stone axes fourteen large stone jars each eighteen inches high and three feet six inches in cir cumference two small jars two parts of woven baskets one wooden slab Inches WIde twelve ncl1QS long And ono half Inch thick curved up c the sides several pieces of yucca rope one piece spliced with sinew one piece of woven yucca hoer ajai WYrtl bumaa hoses a 1w i 1t e err1 Ton Automobile Own rsI Have the Carbon removed from your motor by Oxygen Process the process that does not I require the motor taken down and the moft 1 for carbon v perfect system removing v jI Auto Repairing of all IMs IV J Auto accessories Oils and Gasoline Agent ffor tWjJtL c ItimesI l IIf4 Springfield Garage IF W BAUMBAUER Plop Jfflai ainSt FREE AIRDRIVE IN JSpripeW 1Cy = 4 C teddya Good Shot One of Colonel Roosevelts first hunting instructors waft old Bill Sew Presilieof friendship and advice by an once When he was a toy the colonel went into camp with Sewall Deer season came along and they went out to give the youthful Nimrod his first chance for a shot After a time tho colonel says they saw a stag tuItureThe stag ran a little way and droppecJr Youve gofhimJ Youve got him snouted Sewall as bo ran forward to happenjWhy velt drawing himself uP proudly 1 aimed for bls treabt1- t tYou done well said B1IU Tot done welt You hit him Ila theeyei Power of PolJtenenIHonosty is the host policy saltS tile readymade philosopher Of course it is replied Mr Dos tin Stax But he public doesn t ways realize it Most people would rather bov cheated a little In an affable way than dp business with a person whose conscience keeps him hi a state of irritatlonj RIGHTS TO BE DETERMINED 1Eligibility of Porto Rican s American Army Officer Is by 4 rngQulsloncdI The question as to whether Luis Raoul ESteVes tho Porto RIcan grad unto in this spears class from West Point Is eligible for a commission In tho army bf been raised Under decision of the court Porto Ricans are sot oltliens of the United States l for that reason it was suggested That Cadet BatcveS might not qualify as an ofileor of the army While the quosyon has not been passed upqn by the legall authorities thle opinion of those who have been looking up the precedents Is that the tact that the cadet Is not a citizen oi the United States III not disqualify him from holding a commission Beginning with tho Rovolutionarj war down through the Civil war for eigners have held commissions in thfc UnJted Stales array Without regard to his citisonship the Porto Rican nov has the local status of a cadet He on a dlffotont status from the FIH plnos who under a special act of con gross are pormiUoJ to take the course at the military academy Esteves en tered the academy and was educated tinder the same provision of law as all other cadets and it is thought that it vlll be held that ho is eligible for t commission in the army Washington Star Profession for women college Won not estaK rNew in tholr own clUes in all parts of the chantry Such stores would meet the need for a cautng and should yield a fair ic coiAot The wares are familiar to bete worsen whQ have mt least a ctiUlv tcd interest In thom Periodl alii m cio jinotographa and other art prbdncts could be added to he stock and the desire for social serv Ire could bo nut naturally by making UH store a cantor where people could mn 1 where they could examlro books ntt periodicals while waiting and where public opinion could be formed The stern might also sell tickets totI concerts aiidloctmrts and the right could exercise a large In IWODlf1 in matters dlroctVfig the public taste Jtls clear that sgohentQrprisosia- slathe case of the librarians 30 years ago sad of the more recent social workers would have not ont to fur nlth what the public needs but would also kaYo to educate tho public to want what it needs This would re quire skill and technical knowledge exactly as in the case of too libraries and the social service movement and special schools would have to be do Sloped to moot this used AUantlt Monthly u r Uttffm FooeJohn im 1 the morniag to be adr ia byhis ivlie ot n serious deficit iu the pentrst HundloyhonGSwere too rough for the animals the familys strong box hasempty and the farmer resided six miles from town But John met the emergency Ha constructed a large sled hitched nino fox hounds to It loaded on five bush els of stock peas and hit the trail for Camden After a couple of hours rest llundley returned home the dog pulling a bag of meal and a barrel of ilour through the snow Camde TenD Dispatch to Knoxvillt Joy PC 20 a will 1Cole1 Ito 2500 annual saying over previous Fuel Bills is the rute with families using Coles Original Hot astj The Cole Manufacturing dio of Chicago estimates that their first half million Hot Blast healers have paid dividends to their owners amounting to 50000000 in actual Jcl bills saved Afbc it the time to replace past fuel waste and poor results Coles Not IItmmk your coal pilf last fo acolJimitationiloJt fmf Con fttJ floor McClure r 6 Simms I iWQjtW4M itJijvii w c Notice1 j 0 t iH 11 Jt v i c The annual meeting oc tbi 3 Stockholders of the Burley To tJ bacco ComplY1 will be hesld atr I our warehouse on South Broad 5 U iS way Lexington Ky October 10 1 1916 afr 10 oclockI AM 4j j 5 li BUK1EY TOBACCOb OMPAHt IJf j JOHN W HALLS i tir 1vf 1f I 71MI t THE REVERSE SIDE V t Dirt you see where a labor tnspeer tor iisMassachusetts declared that fa tile night scctioji the telephone girls work while they sleeP Humph thats Dpllling1Ye Muni them to sleep while they work i JUST A WAY THEY HAVE A man remarked the moraliitr grows old before helaiowBit And a woman rejoined the dc orftlizer grows old before elic leti iyone else know ittNEIGHBORLY COMMENT t niAEROFLANf t The first raccvaaful aeroplane trot aaijlc by the Wright hrothcra of Day On 0 who made their evelfnEn orabl fight at Eilty Hawk N C ip December 1903 For threaytart niter that there were but two lea who could fly Wilbur and Orville Wright Since 1506 the aotTanee has been phenomenal M the ptttMk European tsar clearly proves Tfct future of the aerppla M cwt Mm ta1J r p GEr Ir1111 r atajt thMrThatMiWe lMM- aiK Mi- wlIk Mtr freiq1etMrii loci butt r a4 Mia dMy are t tbk bM ta tM MrA1 sods witiaer w st tb sewn Mo t1r b-nisyrrRoUftI aiit- sonductedby the lfsehdM iaM ward et1M sail to ivt ttw- tdeaprM 1slpiskMls1 IMCb site oa tM e1Mrmr IMs trio rent oeditioa bs eMlc ulkkM Y- tirtrse Is ItayititOS ro itllt tlaStlr Ist to tort oile winter whim tb Qows orll plat IauWi At twpeMs dU l ll Mcterlata atilt n to w frllfetto Mrthroe tkM1fakW while t rtttrearltwill we Iwkr silk siosM 1e hs odd wilt trwr fie M- tfitk isr- lit Wt CtrW CekJ bIib ar- arrtore t M W4were rIWoc Mt Msbr sbU- rldYadl idI irarylCrtalrar t r fhirr Itlol itle IItrSL- s J a a r Mto N sit littlrV J rItUGPL- gsictu D ul Sugeoa 1 OAcw nopr i b 9 s trl 1 a9 s nr MJlQaIf t3te ty reI L i JtwMYATTJ wt Bta- a te sa o1wMir lO w11FGRIGBY 1t4 ATTOIW YAT LAW lalesf k p IJltU KY tAr DLr F TRO- SrtDENTIST r OCk oYer Bay u il Barber l MalI wy U r M MMible price i E n work rtir iotle OISET IOORSEY LkWYERsl- MitSVt1fi t i I6IIiJ i 1 H 4 h r j j3lV UStiac at L Outs J viiebi r cal attention t areoAj TO WOMEN f eeemkal etng uti i jwtf i aIeirl aaati +e tics ia y ILEsiih A 1111k Powder Ie41 tit II ldm water M MMtfal f elnalaatteeptiafordonchfa or ed tiitwMioa of DON throat tad that wpwAbf fMtlBia llMlt kas no equaL rm Won tin JJtUa E Pinkham Iiidtia e Obas yeeeuendad Paxtine IIIa tIIiIrprl vorripoadeace with I ww M wkkh met its superiority wettest too bees cured say fit to mrt its wt1i roidAtAMMMta We large Lx or by malltmaawa Tut iMto JluL rt lJt TREES J Lda Yllt eesJRtcav Wry Planis Grape Vines Shrafa As ar ptst Rhubarb H Sdgliir st1 Everything Ibr QrnWril jLawiT ad Garden iZr r frt Catill 14l iilleJer1 Sonf fJS41 Laxingtpte Ky 1916 f a seiI4leMTfc iimMker te Irrepressible he e MKM kits jHw as iombstokes anAaJw wirt Mtatr James Pallerton i1MtaUo faith than of fears idle fct jresolatloa than Of paiUS shallot ef hoaour thaa et days quf1kerthough strange yt true full soar Bty yefirfl was his wile happy with keg Tears I v1kinHere1i fIlM blownI but of breath a dwho lived ammarr7 i and died a TuWIthi 4 lAiaoth sayer Here lies Thomas c rf IHMdl Qreader dont smile but rAct ma this tombstone you view iaaTDeith who Icllled him In a n7tl2 kpct wkll wijl huddle a stow upoa j v v UM fr Priwrwrs of War AWtrla hit dii co Bred a sdcritlfl anal forirteem efa ofirar Doctor Foch ethnoat oiyat the tTalT rslty of Vienna ha- fct a grafted this sum of 800 hj the J saieatto conduct anthropological a r M4r liM among tho captives of Aus- trlAR arras He will measrra their skwtl tabulate the color of ialr an b ayes eellect data as to dialect and Mkewie subject these human sped Msli aa UM scleatlflc onc ToreMji ttacs repeated The good do tie enthusiasertrva materialiorTired Hunter Was a Corp 1 jmm p 4 Burr went to hIs grist s fll3M ar Bells Mills he found leanCitac aiait the floor what he at first ruy eeat was a tired hunter who had taiVH te rest WkMt he ease closer he found TM the body of H Fran din Sports wk ted sy all Indications placed the aNia ef a hotgan in his mouth and s pftttfl the trigger with his foot blo j lag oitt iris bragWllliilmspert psi dial Mt TM ANWa latuitr few leola hisVL toftNi infiiaaa 101iUlJg With one posajble ex ftiMif =whenia certain conditions pet CMMtrjr modern military bullets trf MM M those standing back of tbe Or tot llaese4htag Is audible except thewutspeed At a velocity of 1500 feet a wcMi It more the aolfie la 1retkiig p iBHeli a tong and very Ishii r cracked blacksnake whir+ yJ1C fear enough from hear the waets crack and la dM taiidhv noise of the rifle It iHM irkMi tier W n outspeeded LroiMi make a Sadler hit at 60 l erAW hear the found of the r piiirm Mac a4tkea feel the boytpf S ballet Set tke bullet would hankN Nl kirn lick s I coil before t 1- i T tawa 41nrilr rracheL k Fore Ligll Iitiltz s wlaM IH1dUarlty John Ii Wathea Le Xy TOWN wo JiiW ri IW4N4i51- yi5Locitl Happ nlns of Interes The Freshest avid Latetg Aft Abut Y Mrseli Friend liS I a1M1 Acquaintancel IOOfFor epure Apple K arMrs EaIJ vteIeI There will ba a social Valley Hill school house night Oct 13 for too benefit of the school All patrons and friends are cordially Invited elQuite a largo crowd from herI attended the sprakini at Leba pops Monday last when Con gressmen Heflin of Alabama addressed a larpje crowd of en thtisiastio citizens Mr Heffin is a very attractive speakerand alwavs draws good crowds when he comes this wap The Lou is vi Me Conference ofl the I etbodivt EPiscoPal Church at Louisville October end made a number of changes in the pastorates of different ministers Rev Lj C Coward who has been thelitBikhorn Ky and Rev W O Brandon will come here Rev toward was liked here byall toorergret to him 11Revthea pastpr at the BJ1 Street churqh bufarmerlin Louisville Rev CR Cow go Braden buyg and West Point while Rev TJ Wade alsoa former pastor of this place wiM go lp Irvipgtoh Bkptist Chnrch MO J 980 am Sunday School EvaoS Rees fcupt Scholl graded and departmentized food teachers Pasivrrco6Pm1BNallfPref Joe F Pt tusfleader No services at niirht bn Hcconnt of revival at Disciples church v y Church Dedicated The new Addition tb Jhe Springfield Christian churcht nRevWv Brooks is a very ueIttJ speaker and kept his heafera iin in good mood during the entire ot rvice It was announced that the new addition had cost 0000 d that 8000 bad already been subscribed The remaining 3000 was quickly and easily raised The new building iis- ite of ornate in both exterior andL iutedor and the members are to efectionIn The Courtsi i AMondaySpringfied PolIce i IITberewascasea in which there was a ctfn test The regular October term of the Coprtof Claims l rrruesdav theweek The County Judge an nouuced his reappointment RoaadrEngineer for the ensuing wo years and the same was anprov j by the Court Dr J C Moth o was appointed Poor House phy siciin and Frank Willett was appointed Popr H use Keeps and G E Eduien Poor HouSe Commissioner A number of sheep and oilier aims were allowed A nuinberoft prominent far tlite purpose of asking he CourlSo employ a County PJartn Uemori oWrator Dir a theU 8 Ueparment of Agn t SC Dont Fear Modern Dentistry at youtacontinue to neglect them because you are afraid oftb the dentist You hate to begin kealthough you fully realize the serious danger in bad teeth ogyour entire system yznpathetic toothairore doing the least work you wouldntyou2That Bi ery uay Ljextract teeth 41ndI hteeth live nerve put of decayed tQ their astonishment nndV great TOndtrithuut least bit nunestheseuehas taken all the pain Isnt wonderful DR W VAUG STAILAgD ly TOPICS g a1fpa1f ernment woald pay one half the salary ot such official and thej county pay the other balL and bis expenses and furnish him an office at the county seat Judge Thnrman Mr W0 Mc Chord and a numb r of others delivered talks on the sqbject The Court declined to make be upprpprintion but advised the embers to investigate th merits of the plan Willis =Vaughn pMrLaura Willis werem rried todav Cbrjtbanj of Marion coynty GraihmFox i f 9 W ord has been received here ofihe wHidinltin NprthVCan Uu Jof Miss Mai aria Grahai Mr Fox The bride is daughter of the late Sim Gn and lira Betty Graham is well known liege while her7 husband is a promtnr t sinessman of South Caroliob Pr inentCjtin Dies MTV Palmer Grutidy died a home last Sunday morininp old age He had ben inifai jnghsaHh for some time In thedeath of Mr Grundy the county lias lost one of Its oldest izens and at the same time tdeaat tam QitiPS ys wen prominently identified itji th untys early history Mr ban Grundy the grand fatter of Mr Grande cam6 to thl county frrm Virginia sever ars befrtre Kentucky herame state His son Charles R Grin dy was the fathenof Mr Palme Grundy who was born iin thi cuuitby July 26 h 182 H mother was Mi s Miranda Hobb daughter of Thomas Hobbs o Maryland Mr Grundy watt i of the Hon Feli Grundy who in earlyl days of the legal lights at the ba Kentucky While a tredden t t Kentuckx he became jCbie Justice of the Kentucky jCourt of Appeals and later after may ug tp Nashville Tennessee he became a member of Colgres i and Chief Justice of theiCoun Appeals of Tennessee and afterward a United States Sent r Dprf mher 20 18o2 MrjGrun dy was united in marriage 10 Miss Sarah F MdElrnYTi this union were born flue chil dren hieasrsH M andrThos Grundy Mrs J V Moyes an d Mrs A B Hundley and the latq Charles R undytjpho died several years ago Ars Orundy preceded her hU9bano c to the grave by several ypiars His whole life was spppt as ato armer He was always one off e countys leading citizens pubiic enterprises W ading stock men of the state Funeral services were con t lucud atMio bprinpfield PresI yterjan council Tuesday by Rev Liawstn and burial was in Oime lery gill f Accident Proves Fktal 9 Jin pur last issue appeared an account of the terrible accident in which Mr Virgil Hauby W the victim of a dynamite exp 4 ion which fright lilly lacerated d wounded hive He was taken Buldrick Hospital in Lebanon where aft r lingering between life and deaih he died o Friday j morning Iho remains we brougln hers the same day and funeral hervicas were condupte Wiliisburu Saturday an oural was in tbo Cemetery therp Mr Hauby was she soon or the lute Thomas Hanby Who Vasj iifel number of year ago by being caught ou a ra idlY re volving Awheel of a gas ltne en1 lue He was 31 year of age loud wasborn and tsar d in this county a number of years ago he was marneJ iti Mss Ire a d Jlilev who with a number Qf small Children survives He was I very dn tripus man slid wasJ Veii liked by everybody who 4cutfW him v j1 f f McMakm IJ MI B McMukin popular called Vi atty JeMttKlut diettat his homeII iomfieldL MrLI eJsnIa con sid stools fortune Pol 11aPiles qrvlvedbyi MrsIMaglPie saverColon MelukGecil Pat peali the 12 year old son diedeat their home Sunday mornngr iQ had beenin declining health SaturdRYitnon jrformed in tle hope of saving h evoung mats life butdea h oil owed Sunday The young In ail was a very bright intelli gent young fellow and his early veers gave great promise for a brilliant future He possessed t kindandgentle disposition and vas a generaf favorite with all rho knew him- Public Letting vr On the grounds at Pinkstcn ord Iwill on Saturday Octo ber21 191 Ojjafc 10 ohlockam yt to the lowest and best the contract u erect a turnIridge orertue beech ie new steel bridge and Ghapiutructuroft and superstructure Withj material or sppgrstrnctute o n the grounds G C DCSNAHOE Rood Engineer = fc P DRfiONATa R H Edelen Sr of IMr is the finest of hs tert Mrs A F Robertson RChardand John S Edelen of Banlatown were bere Thurf d y on business Mr and Mrs T S Mays aid d fi ghter Miss May bf JLouit vule spent a few days sere this oasis IIt Mrs Emmet Field of Louis jrille attendld the funeral of 11 Palmer Grundy Mr Hk J Boone and Miz s Louise Barber were in Louiu dUe Thursday Miss Mary Tones spent is visiI ting relatives at Bardstown Mr and Mrs Marvin Will rarUrns and Mr Walter Williams erg attending hie Williams re union fit the home or Judge and Mrs Wallace Brown ai BartkI town Mr Downing Robertson of lLouisville is the guest of hi patents here i Fair Viewvf News of hiO IS8carcelufa Mr wen t Aai iodsburg Wcfdnesday fLittle Sarah B Woford visited jtint grandmother Mrs F M Cainey Wednesday Mr Fred Choalham attended wplisbUrglat Mr Lee Cheatbam of Chaplin was here Thursday The farmers were delighted to have such a nice rain teat week Jklr and Mrs F D Choatham were in Springfield Saturday Miss lulia May Carney visited Miss Beulan Caruey neat Booker 1aAMr and Mrs Bichurd Bodine were guests of lrand Mrs tJugh Gngaby iSunday Mr and Mars James Grlgs y visited the tAlK pureqts iin Nelson Qunduy t rMr W rtivlitclull wag in tbi part of the section Duefiduy dM r James Grlgsby was I tiPgin tiCld1t10nd1 Hauling coal jis t ljfe go withi the formers at present t tinrLThe regular annual eating of the stockholders of the Was ilngton County Tobacco Warehouse Co pony will bethe held pt the office of the Company in Springfield Ky Saturd iy October 7 that1016 at 2 oclock r p mr for the pur pose of electing a Board of Directors and the transaction of riuch other bus iness as may properly cpqie before thethe meetingEvan SecretaryiB JfORJI OASJ3LOEMAI r S TAKE THE TIB I 11 i BUY NOW f II While The BuyilJgls Good Our different departments are well supplied with 1Vferclandisei co t for months ago a great part 0 ftI PRICES + J b I OLD I i r tt- I The manufacturersand Jobbers are now daily advancing pries l5fb arc I Kewillmost I FOR NEXT 11O DAYS y t J I Jpoht put it off Buy early and get advantage of our f t ko A SPECIAL LOW PRICES v t LadiesSuis Ladies and Childrens Coats Mens Suits andOrercoats X L j i rIIOn l and Men s Shoes and all kinds of Dry Goods v fr KO TROUBLE TO SHAW GOODS AT OUR STORE j i I THE ROBERTSON MYBMOKE GGO II Incorporaed L 7 14 1f APANS RULER A WRESTLER Bested Ir the Art So Popular In Hla Empire by the Son of a Poor Farmer The mikado of Japan whoso sub seta have been doing much to lelp thq allies In the present war If i thorough soldier and has a wonder ul knowledge of military tactics and llstory When ho Baas quite a boyI le was Induced by his father the late mpcror to take a keen interest in the principles ot national defense Ho was taught wrestling and was uadc to try his prowesp with young men lu JIB humblest walk of life IiOn onoocensfoa ho was presentInth bis lather at a big tournantent and look part In many m ho matches He thtew all of tits op ponents until there stepped into the ring d young farmers son of such a burly build that It was evident that the future mikado would have a very ough time of it Boweyer he went manfully to work but was heavily tbeaten and had to confess that the tanners son was victor After the match the late emperor sent for the umpire and pointing to the farmers son who was feeling ther uncomfortable at having benton this future sovereign he said I wish to speak with that young man When the lad appeared bcforo him Iho mikado remarked My thenceforth you will become ono of the cbnopaniona of my own son and slit live and study with him while hl emalns at school for later on when nandsmany a man like you The heir to the Imperial throne1 of fiapan and the common farmers boy became the greatest of frlpndf sad UJ present mikado possibly orros e treat deal of his democratic spirit to that memorable wrestling bout fOR L FTHATDED PERSONS Michigan Jeweler Has Put Forward k Timepiece That U a TrI- umph of the Art P folor a local Jeweler hae mado lhe tabled reaper obey that poet o summons Backward turn backyard 0 TlmQ In your flight a Kala aazoo Mich correspondent of that eWYork Sun writes He has ILCMIDf ollshed this seemingly Imposalbfi thingi by the simple expedient of In venting a lolthanded watch Instead t running from left to right as the case ot the ordinary tlmapleca Mr Foleys watch sends Its hands around from right tb loft The watch was made because one ot the Inventors daughters complained that the lefthanded person has such 4 slim chance In life machinery street sag dogs and pventhd hands of the clock weuf toward the right hand as If to balk thb person who happens to be loft handed Just to meet the situation Foley de signed and built the lefthanded ratch Other lefthanded persons ob scnrlag the ease with which time Is told on the backward dIals ezprcBBfi On Interest and It has been found necessary to start a Jlttle manufactur handAdal Watches vnd clocks Alefthanded wrist wich to be worn yery prop nerly on the left wrist la the nOt thins to 11e turned out Taken In Trade TIle Ignorance of real cotton oa the part of New York cottontraders hw long been a subject of disgust In the flouUk A Georgia cottongrower re calla an Incident which he says is a true measure of the margintrader1 feiowledg A man who had been a member of NOT York Cotton exchange for 20 tear wu Invited to attend banquet the cottongoods manufacturers annual convention The tablet were decorated with great clusters of cot ton boils The exchange member sat feast through and listened to all the speech Oa the way out of the banquet hall he said to a friend That traafa Bee feM all right and good talk but what I wamt to know tIs thlit What Js aH that White friczy stuff In tae middle of IVOry tablets jHlstrAte4 Sunday Magazine Ill goodness and in pipe satisfaction l ris all we or jts enthuse astic friends everclalm for itl I1Time to Fisk 411 1 t 1iJ P yice Albert giret iiX 1drit flavor M s0 t IJ r MIi llypOd ti it camt Inte joor ip jpi r r Jfit kLip jTOW liwMtr ttt ucaa Mtob it j IIAI 1 cotM zisbor 1 pieul r t llisAlbert paa ii JtOCIATST 1 JtiLY ieu1Mr tltmNrWI to as 1 1 t yiofdWithpatcouoo1I q= to I IVoor t 1 t RIN ALBERT the national joy moltt VOULL nod a dMury ttowdy a on tt n z Hethowmchoratrrn4r7odarintMackoflh lmrtiaridhrnccratthAratplao ipi t The tope nd- a tjlilJtinomo powid and balfpaad tin humidor vne tM U7auJI1AHIniflenrlf edpony rirlwAr It answers every smoKe deslreyou- arr any other man ever had I is so CQO and fragrant and appealing your smpkeappetite that you will get chummy with iit in a mighty short time t I vfm you invest f 5p or lOc to rove out our sy so on the national joy smoke V lRJ REYNOLDS TOBACCO t Wiaseton SW N C Re tire2r1 yY X 1 a t4J caJI ii f yeu lint Wa thatrl toaacco pal ==ccin It to t CO = = h l i fI lr tS r i pf AINII Iii MVrtr110 wpe 1 i rr l 4 of Fisk Non the I t f X330 104p 1340 4x33 2200 1ri JIIIP ji jr ltillarilLrM arytriaa Myrr Compare These PricesGrey Skids with plain tisJ sa31x30 4ix35 73S y 4= x31 II 1 i S 37 JTM Then you will begin to uxxleMtart l 4igr 1Fisk users consider 1Io t I NonSkids 11 The Best Tire Buy on the Maitel UII HIS year Fisk Tirea areRMJonffg d Ithan ever befora Fitk Strvkt at M1l nswat FiSk Bran 1eaiJeI dhre wSrl lo tMt promptest onMd tier t Ths Fib ganizatipn is the mofffco p slet mW widvispM iJII rrtt H agan o Bros Agentsf c FUBfmJm b Urn TtffllS ca 1GCT SfORY TELLER J wi FrtytMV f u11VtMiIf Known JM Sn u iflP Tft M Ot flhMt stosy Whi AaeiI ca fa dlsfinettoe of up umtwtttft aM Ttt it iaStm so Ufety U9t Xii Nvo e Lee 3Vt tLftOsvillt tkt oae Jtos ctohPrhr1aths ex rCtS of sr M art to rteofmke1 Vie tetitt of fce critttftt 4tet wMh i1v jlwthat dIiu PrrIIi- 1iray3t i W doCator ri1is- a I f htx thought and tkat to the aAt ilesla In alt educational isoTt Mb NAn Li Frmyw It UttlpYlHt Ky Sb hasyfor years bon active lyHKhool werk being tie Elevj iateaaeat of the Ken l iia1 AisocHtlon and jmiherity on methods of J chlHrea aad directing J aaihrttlts itO healthy channels M Ttars most of tha summer hvt lM n taken nfc by Miss til attesting Sundayschool aad gckoolsof Method I Mafia st she has reserved t Mac her best to thp I kLYj4oM Convention of jrklck will meet at Bomer 544 Yi llN WWKlNfi PROGRAM I rf prConventionk ecTtheestI t i ArVMy eoayreeaslve program has L 19Ul State Sunday I4whjcV tJll beheldi IL 1t Ocffifier 5gJ Tfiere VW S rijrer meotlngs county jSw MM aiBtipper parade r itrvice acquaintance 2bay ch901 syppils 9 irIs1ona1 conferences IBMS Bnperintendenta 5iF 1Jkii tar standard e4sMaychool day Christian cit ik1 ciaowckool and county prob l irfli all 1iao place in the dlsJ SSL L t pwcIsKwr W A GANFIELD olu l Miir ttf HMIpiaI Reputation and EducaiorfTlnnjii set a Keatiicklan and bay i feS UrtiL 1a tke SSite only k little over j Pmde t Qanfleld pf Center CtoI Swflfei Is vfast l fr iair itrMtJ1S oC the makIngI lii til aa in demand for 4r Ma oo public occasions during adI bit yMi1 Aa soon aa be arrived PSiPWA CMinfleld Danville Ky e ljfiuhe connected himself with Ml jEMWT Buat that are trying to akIo gsvter state His expo tSSe 1m e4acatl nat and religious 1M iiallm DM North and West 4wfuad of information th- atUtltog speak with a broad t sk Tie committee is glad that Ctarikll could be one or the speak us a4sthe Somerset Convention in Oc I kEXWITSATCONYENTIONI 4 Ai IaiAr7sitIi EachJWtlont Mas Been i Arrad For at Somerset 4 1 nptiaits inot always given fexkllilt of bopks Sundayschool charts and maps at a stats tlon So many delogattw are so 1teia the aifdrcsscs they tfcatta Targe paxi of education i tkroegh the eye At the Som Cot yUefl ample time will be Jar Ttffthw 1e exhibits without 14j ISC UM addresses upon the 1pro1raywsfas TMIsr rorturvIreso i wtrMti oven ItMCA 44 YJiL ars id law J S Sr W d I Uli omcera1 r aI e purs i t I i Ia mA their income I bay bdMgrL of the dim t fejfMTi private for Mtsw But evea with IO4Ceil udlinterests t1e beuIeieebbztsII w tte ricbMt Bdooarch in MMflL flat bsi HM always be dk fIIUfWH M his acces late the Kmnajwit private I Jfetotftff abcwt two HlIona n sv tWthli aalaty ii1 rt5f MllHepB bft f M BfB ynttable imvMt wita eapessba y to cramd dike4 and ss eyMbc hii- dbii Iaba sit aesooM hear ri0mflMd the MlMt JMMVCk la the 1tM14fv ahwd of UM TyrtaUh BI 1aA i osti AH tb Old Writ JA Woir uist-t iii j I fiOfEL ATOP QRAHITE HILLS Neiv Caravihsary HM VMII EaUk I tied onthc MostLevWl Pe ce White ountalnc Half a Century ago tarv lOaf pointed out that Mount Ckocoma way the only notthtIn la the Wkl t bills 5NeW Hampshire that tta crowmed with a legend It a thorwfbly well Intentloned bat as it seems to eons ttIhast mlsdlfected amWUon Isresi zed that crown will soon be die insttu1UoI rranscript states The recent Sop cember gale swept away the little inn that tor tweMtyyeara or so bad stood atop thq oitherm shoulder of the iaoMhtaiaj at the foot ot tho towering cone That aoiwe though never an adornment to the mountala landscape was ever dear to all who climbed the peak because 6f Ihe wholehearted type ot Unpreteadlnt hospitality dli pensed by1 its rcceran boniface A more Aspiring successor with the InI Qmltablecnergy of a thorough mqun Binder has laid his plans to bullrf open the topmost rocks qfrthe itself where the Jumse ma prtfaence td the trorl at rte pc5kI It Is safe to say that Chocoraa day the mqstloved peak of Uthe Granite hills admired by every be Bolder for the unique and striking beauty of its form and delighted in by old and young who enjoy the mfld Jy adventurous mountaineering all 1ta crags fliford Notwithstanding aU their harshness tho elements iin all the sgcshavet never marred the beauty of tho mountain bat man in spite ot good intentions has la few years time brought detastatiou to its forests and all but squalor to its mOs4 sacred places And now the chief tams curse bids fair to become somewhat less poetic and more tangible than a crowning legend IT WAS BAYONET OR NOTHING tl rfHftrflCharged lt lay Just outside the parapet Two lays after we had taken theLone Pine trenches when there came one of the breathing Intervals In thlitslz day counterattack someone noticed It and pulled It Into the trench It was on the extreme lefthand edge of the Captured trenches lying Just as it had fallen lathe red sumlght during the last hours of that fateful afternoon The bayonet was broken off within an inch ortwo ot the bilL The magazine was ull but the cutoff waa closed the satety catch was pulled back and IthO whole rifle from the broken by met nearly to the butt was purple with bloodIdo not know who his ras nor where ie feP but that broken riflb spoke more clearly of his qual ities tban the most fulsomo tombBtoho The 10nglooked for day had come and t1fy wore going straight for the Turks wHfc the bar met He was not going to spoil It with any rifle firing Ira maguineCori eve man went Into it with a whole 801Lonaon BegJn to See Daylight t Tao doctors may disagree over the rigin of pellagra they disagree about Itoat things but the theory of the pabUc health service is enough We are target reasonalBto says the Boston Dally Advertiser Dis eases that once wereiatal are noii treated absolutely By diet and treatoa sttccessfully as all physicians agree Perhaps in another generation1 the drugstore will bo a food shop Instead of paregoric pr castor oil the family doctor will prescribe orange juiCe or lettuce Every child will the relative Importance of fats knowI ted and carbohydrates A new gen oration will circulate pledges against sugar and piecrust Both hate slain their thousands and tens of thousands and sugar has killed more Americans than rattlesnakes ever did Many a mat ttakes far more worry over the Rubricating ofl he uses on his motor- Car than on pus fuel he shoyels into hiS digestive motor We call this a civilized age but In tho matter ot food and lood frauds we hive just begun sparring from the stone age FINISH IN THE WASTEBASKET That Receptacle the Last Resting Place of Ideas Which Failed to Survive HaveI The wastebasket Is a symbol of ob linen To it are consigned the fail urcsand tho hasbeens old love let 1Ar8 itpeals that meet with no re sponse things emptied of their Blgajft cafldo by time It Is the grave of dead thoughts What a mass of hum n effort and emotion its contents represent The merest printed circu lar flung thefp with hardly a glance stands for lohg hours of eager plan alps by somebody and the skilled labor strivenJwastebasket records thIr failure those little InkInscribed bits of paper that lie submerged in Its depths are pieces of human documents lot ters of friendship full of cordiality and harking back to pleasant expert cnccs family letters exprcertng lloyal affection and giving word of those at home letters that once made tfc heart beat quick At first a 1 bythey becamp an accumulation and are now a a popular magazine of last January How utterly fiat and stale It seoias The heroes and heroines that stalk chatter and pose through its pages are now forgotten The great man eulogized In A glowing article baa since fallen Into disfavor Tho big names flaunted on the cover have a took of mockery Tie most gripping etpry ever Tpltten has been superseded by aBcore otothers The brilliant comedy success puffed by the dra matte critic has lot the boards for liTer In amotng theO hasbeens are a bout of mighthavebeens inchoate Ideas jotteil jim but nerer consum matedwere written but never sent jpta a l e kostes that were never built cWszllair sckeBtes abaa done outfIt Js r that they wertTis rOp1eigkowthey Jsr SOBM 1IJugIIrIaMlossthe1rjrs alwr TraitiBg T lIacE1aetU1IuVsLa F RAWUM FNOSEWATEN retr of University Ot Alabama Believe Rlohes May Be Obtained From the Ocean t Prof StewOrtT Lloyd of the lint reraity of Alabama has recently published the results of an examination for radium of a Bampleof water ob tamed in the Gulf of Mexico about two hundred miles south of Mobile and has given4 this connection a resume of the results obtained by mcosurlngthoI ognition of radium as on important factor in geological processes has led to many analyses of rocks soils springs and river waters for that element while our greatest reservoir of radium Iho ocean has received but little attention Joly who examined samples from several andoceans SMSI obtained Itentdied with the Values obtained by IMexicothe author finds the average to b e 1J2X10 gram of radium per liter of sea water which would make the total radium content of the ocean about 1400 tons Scientific Amen an j CRUISERS OF THE NAVIES toNot Altogeihe Easy to Understand Why the Nnmo Should Seen Given Them HveI It is certainly strange one particular class of ship should have been singled out for the title oC iersmore especially as the punt majorityj of them have a much smaller cruising capacity than the majority ff battleships Our first ships to which the word was applied the admiralty then spelt it witha fZ were the picturesqup vessels of the old Amphion class launched in 1383 and shortly after a clean sweep was made of the term corvette In the stfam era the word cruiser has become associated more particularly with speed though there is no apparent connection Many cruisers now doing useful work are too tonsidt erably slower than modern battle ships while the 25knot Queen Eliz abeths are nominally as fast as and probably in practice faster than the Lattlo cruisers of the Invincible group These 15inch battleships ought really tobe grouped with the battle cruisers with which they have several points in common London Globe AWAIT1NGHERQRDERI 31is3 Gadders telli me she hai just met a French coi4who says he saw her in Paris and IgonUy admmd- ferJ j tAnthcount eh If he really saw her in Paris Ill bet r know what he was doing We1lf e i E was probably eaning in an elegant attitude over the back pf her chaitwitba pencil poised in one hand undo writingpad in the other ITHATS DIFFERENT IIBibber says he kept his glass upside down most cf tlie time at tho banquet last night1 So he did with the open end N ift in his face Bbaton Evening rranscript peat Aunt Euiny trrow veru will be homo In another weeknEd I ahall bring m husband with me Dont faint poor tloar auntie he i tho most splendid man You can never guess so I must tall you that I am marrying Anthony Burgess the son of fathers old frlendmrtrustee The trusteeship has been transferred to young Anthony pecauge bin father is dead and Anthony says it is perfectly natural that wo should have met and loved and married for now he can continue the trusteeship forever And best of all you are to give up thu boarding house and return hero with us If you will for the Golden Bagla has developed wonderful riches and Anthonys mine has a new vein of gold and we are all going to be very rich indeed And Anthony wants mo to add a postscript that we are rick in each other and richer in happIness than all the jRold in tha world colni wwfar HERE IS THE LATEST ALIBI BHton Asserted He WasJFuil of Quinine When Arrested for As t eaultlng Man After Altercatio IAt a London police court receiitly Frederick Hewlett BurtonBrown Hfty three years old who was In the 11 v form of a captain in the royall army twitht with assaulUag William Imrie a horeekceper of Bloomsbury wero by striking him on tho head with at electric torch says the Jyondon Tinius The attoraoy who api ared for the defendant said that on the night he was arrested he was leading an oflf cer who had lost Kisslght in the Bar danelles and when trpsslngr the road switched on i an electric torch to see hit way There bad been a Zeppolla attack scene twenty minutes earlier and the prosecutor thought no mighi be signalIng the Zeppelins antf protested The defendant became ox cited and a policeman who appeared oa tho scene wrongly thought that Ms excitement was duo to think and ar sutibeen taking largo doses of quinine Which accounted for his condition t when he was arrested He deslredto xprfe3 his regret for any injury ho tpilght have caused tho prosecutor and waLs willing to compensate him The Kagiatrate allowed both charge WhbdrawL 1 7 t = ACQUAINTANCE HOUR ftFeature of 8tasunday Schoolc Convention t All over Kentucky there are men and women who are doing fine things Jn their piifn Sunday Schools some are pastors soine at0BUper Intendcnts and some are teachers Then tl1ere are a lot of people who serve as county officers giving very muph of their time and energy to helping ill the gchpola in their counties to do bettor work nnd get more people intp their schools Many of those have never mot the workers outside ot their own coun ties Thqrb will an opportunity at the Stat Convention for tbesb to got together learn otch others ssesIsolve some of thd problems they have meL One jtthe grobt blessings that comes from a largo con tvontion Ip the making of now t friendships IKNOWLEDGE OF BIBLE ESSENTIALTHISYEARS- Uperhtendcnt j Educational Depart rnent of the KentuckyGundaySchool AasocTotlon to Speak atGonventlonJ i Leading educators now admit that a knowledge of the Bible Js necessary for the truest type of education Tho Sundayschpol Is fast becoming a odi oatlonal institution and the s realI ritsst or efficiency ish uld be given the work don thpro that Is given to the work done in the day school and the teachers In the Sundayschools should given r careful training Dr W Ji MjcGlothltn Educational Superintendent Kentucky SundaySchool Association and there should lVa opportunities offered both teacher and pupils for Securing this Bible knowledge Dr wJ MeOlothlln cjfiiie Southern Baptist Theological Sferainary Louisville te the st p rlBteadeftt of this dqpart mont of the St t AMoclation and has been working out some splendid ad van o pkiits He 41ffl come directly Jrora awtoinorUJi fwoetlD in Wash inidad Sbinerjtid heone of th- easJirsat ihe coaventloa ISA PROMINENT EDUCATOR President R H CroasfJeld Enthusiastic SupdnySchool Worker ls en Convention Program TItsrns seiopie who are able to 4o Jftaay things and do thorn nit watt Dr CroielS d yraa for many years IihsrtjJutor and organ Isedt llv his chwirtt a flue Adult Bible CMBV lAter he was called to the prwM a y of agrfftt univorslty and mlda Idia stfcewi of thatUbore was ad d UM TeBliewcy of aiBible col lege fir tt r aBtt iff ministers In 1wbatavM potitlott ho is plaeod he Is always t afly to sHi freely ol his gifts te hftytug In any litovement that Is try bg ta make tbt1 iroria tatter it a dtfficittt matter r attth a man to so adJ Bat Us time thi hgn accept the invitatlmn that o is to him It Is a great pleasure tha Sundaj school worker of U e i itel that Dr Cross field esa take pa in thft aaIMJal Sun dayMkool cpnvei foil to he b 4d at SomerI4Jt October 1 ENCOURAGjIliG REPORTS Vondarful Strldec Havo Been Made By SundaYs of StatesI The kit year khs fetta one of ra mtrkablft nowtB lw the SdUdty t ltjt of trtaily Tht ffp rts at the Pratideat Mr Huston Quln tin General Secretary Rtsv Gtd A JCJpI lln the Field Workers Rev T CGob nuer and Mr W J Vaughan tne Of floe Secretary Miss Ponces L GrlgsI by together with those of the Depart mentalt SuperlnttndoQts of the Kenj tuhy tltmdny JtOoT Association which WIll bexndde totiie State Ccn vsatton in Someri t Vil show that the lear has ben ond that haa sun pasBod aU former year Tno success attained however is only a challenge to greatert things in the futue- MILDRROPOSrnurs neIt s always wll ttq have GOraotliirig on hand SheYes eoraathing nicoiilca an tITThin dinrion o Smith8 is certainly n swelhlffai Thaf all it1right He pays for front his Inflated stbck OBVIOUS r Why tlb you want this article of yours loaded fiTo lend weight to my arguments r t VERY EAR if IIahonkI dont miwi it I have a pet 100M 1Ml1iIf w I GRADES IN MEXICKP American Woman jearned Somethlni From Visit Paid Her by a Detach ment of Vlllistas Some years ago a humorous story II went the rounds of the newspapers about a young lady who at a Ing American of the Revolution Sons and Daughters held pthuI ezceedlngly hlgh explaining haughty demeanor on the ground that she was descended from a bona fids private soldier tht only private she was convinced la the Revolutionary hod s The following incident would seem to indicate that the Mexicans whn are fighting today are almost ai Wall officered as the patriot army tf the yonng lads lively fancy An American woman now sate the states writes that five soldados 01I the Ylllista following one day rode iLa to her remote mountain camp They were verY decent fellows iu4 made no threats still ia the absence of hds husband it seemed only wise to glv them plenty of food and drink also U yield gracefully to the request of one of the number who said be was tht captain for the loan of a blanket lauIito advantage in his campaigning add tug that Be too was captain When a third made the same request alO announcing his rank as that of captain tholr hostess paused in her distribution of blankets 1el1 me she inquired politely ii this entire detachment composed 01 captains Cfh no sencia replied the one who had first spoken I am Captain Primero this is Captain Segundo and that la Captain Tercero ThoseIn dicating the two remaining are Uw private soldiers And at this the admiring senora according to her own account at ones gave a blanket tp each of the two high priyates In tho rear rant moved by sympathy wiurthem for ing captained firstly secondly and even thirdly and al o by admiration ot them as being such rare birdai Youths Compaiilqa I WHITE RUSSIAN PUREST SLAV His Racial Habitation Is the Most Backward Region cf the Empire of the Czar A sketch of white Russia the first part of old Russian soil to feel the power of tholnvaaer Is given in a statement issued by the National Ge ographic society White Russia comprises four Rus sian governments Vitebsk Smolensk Moghileff and Minsk It Is said that the name Is derived from the predomi nant color of the peasant dress This division of Russia Is bounded by Qit Prlpot river basin on the south and by thoDtina or southern Dvlna on the porih It supports a population ot about seven and onehalf million two third of wtilch is white Russian and the rest Lithuanian Jewish and Pol sh Htro likely is to be found the purest Slav type almost unblended This region blanketed by swamps and marshes and smothered Is forests It one ot tho poorest most backward re dons In European Yussia- FfnnN dwelt here before history be can for Europe They were expelled t y Lithuania who In turn gave wajr before migrating Slavonic tribes The country finally panned back to tho Lithuanians then to Poland and was won piecemeal by Great Ru sin Polish oppression and religious persecution worked a wholesale deao latlon horeand thousands of peasants tied into Russia while those who rt malned intrigued for itussiaa coming whole of the region was not an 1The by the Great Russians until the end of the eighteenth1 century Starva tion has swept this land again and again with ad terrible effects as those experienced by India in the grip ot famine The White Russian Is not ot so sturdy a build as the Great Russian nor io comely as tbp Little Russian He is less aggressive than hts north era neighbor and mofp heavy than his southern neighbor Ills hair and eyes are light nod his face Is generally drawn The garment peculiar to hlttf Is his white overcoat which he wears on all special occasions as proudly In sweltering July as In the winter His villages are small lee latod and badly kcjt His homes areI primitive lib fight for cxlstonca is a bltter ono From his ranks are recruited the workmen for the hard tit Jeastpa7lng taw cf the empire KEEPS CHICKENS AT WORK Chicago Man Employs Unique TSevIci to Increase Production of Eggs turtno tno Cold Wenther IA resident of Chicago is reported to devised a way to keep his chick Jens up to their work during the win season when the short days have an undesirable effect on the produc lipa of eggs His plan is to provide his chlokuns with artificial light to workby and be has installed a series of electric lights in his scheme ac nordingto tho Electrical Review IA Ixlntbe morning I tun on the switch arid thejfowls get up think ing it Is daylight The lights are turned offrft daylight when the neigh bors fowls are Just arising At four the lights are turned on again and they aro kept going until nine at nlgh when I turn out all except the two candlepower lamps These give Just sufficient light to gte the ap beginItho fowls want to get up at plght to eat they can do so Eleven days af ter tim lights were installed the daily average jumped from 26 eggs to 83 During the molting season under the old custom when most of the food was going to feathers instead of eggs I had only 11 eggs a day Now I get 62 a day during the molting season By my method I keep the thickens thinking they are getting the same amount otf daylight all the year round and I sin keeping them thinking all the tjme areen Manuring Crops A large number of crops art sued for green manuring Among tht leguminous irop are sweet clover alfalfa cow peas and soy beau They are all very efficient and the I one to use Is the one that will grow best in tho locality Cow peas se soy Hans may be planted after tfcf lThesellI In the fall wiles faa svcealtat tosv iitlok J i TTITIITILL PEOPLES IN SALN It rohably Just New the Mt Cune pDtan tf the Great Cities of the World Solonlkl rises grasly tom tht muddy Jade waters of the gnlf7 splke6I with a hundred minarets and crowned with the yellow walls of Byzantiun tad of ho Latin Kingdom fa her oar roll twisting streets under theIihashmichars of wooden Turkish itouset thequtet Turkish life fiowsI an vtakealng yar by year bafare the mounting flood of busy inquisitive Greeks Mosque after mosque falls to mln and every month sees some min vet shunt and voiceless where the cauenln called to prayers each sunset for centuries Yet In tho gloom of the roaring bar ciar whore crosslegged Turks sell old amber and flawed emerald and stuffs from Bokhara and Samarland In little Turkish cafes Opening en lost squares high up iu tho shout Turkish town where incredibly aged plant trties make a green gloom you can and the glamor and mystery of Orion tal life Along the sea front too fish tag boats with great red sails aslant built like Greek galleys and painted tith Phoenician symbols nhguldei each other picturesquely at the quat In the streets pass the strangest mix ure of peoples that ever was brought together to the world dancing d wishes in dull gray conical bats erI jeaants wearing white baUet embroidered Jackets and shoes ap with pompons at the toca porters turbaned and ArabI straight from the Arabian fatted ladies of the harem fqltewcd by attendant eunuchs in fezes and frock tlAlbanlJU Serbians Bulgar faas Roumanians and aU the nondo Mxipt And Tplcturesolue riffraff of tM Levant t The town is toll of Greek soldiers of course and they all seem to have been In America Again and again as t tlOuIINeIlII In Colorado I got a brother there he runs a candy store in Des Koines Iowa Go backt Sure I go II back whem the war Js over No money Jiere A gay cant live in Greece Jsfca Peed in the Metropolitan Map SHOWERED GLASS ON BABIES Mother and Children at New York Deluged With Shattered Panes When Trains Crash While shunting an empty train to the center trick for storage at Third avenue and One Hundred and Fifth street a motorman who gave his name as John Doe tweatyslx of 348 Pow ers avenUe Bronx rammed another empty train ahead of him The crash was heard for many blocks and broken glass show red to the street Someone turned In a fire alarm and an ambulance was also summoned from Harlem hospital Motorman Doe1 was slightly cut on the neck but refused medical aid Mrs Peter Corey of 416 East One Hundred and Twentythird street who Was passtag below the structure with her ove children received a shoVer ct glass which filled the baby carriage She fainted from the shock but was able to go home Neither she nor children received a woundv N York World thrI In IOftt is merely written to show howcoi celled are the New ITork girls A theatrical manager otters tho chance ofa lifetime for the most homely woman la existence but so far not rod has come tp the front to prove the is a perfect bear If this frightful example of reverse beauty is ever found there is awaiting her a big part tna costly production fame money and a UieatrtcaTCuture The author who wrote thlsaomely woman part knew his New Tork all right and ht assumed there would bt no difficulty finding such a person for the role But he failed to reckon wlUt tke ajarm Ing lookers for they have passed the- bok to their sisters ot still ugllei facial construction In the mean fmc the theatrical manager has reached the stage where he does Apt care whether the ugly woman has ever bad any stagS experience before He will accept for the part only one who can produce a warty proboscis the knockknees the cirttght hair theI absent chin the flapping ears spear elbows the ham bands and the iteeplechaeo smile New York Car respondent of Pittsburgh Dispatch Chance for American Fruits Trade openings which are noted to this part of Canada writes Consul Felix S a Johnson Kingston are ItaoupeJwhich could be brought to Ontarlr trout Maryland Delaware and New Jersey and sold at a profit Fruit and vegetables in tho States are ready for market throo or fqufweeks before those ot Ontario thereby providing a splendid opening for tho American article Sweet potatoes seconds rr tail on the local market at seven conU por pound watermelons at two and onehalf cents per pound or five cents a slice and cantaloupes at ten emu apiece It is with a view to estate lishing American fruits in the mark of Ontario that Oio attention eC rith Tn ots V rcolltd to this natter WHY HE SEEKS THE CLU8 t Mrs Ontamen Your husband Bperfda most of bis time at the club doesnt he Mrs Qaddcr JTea I supposr he Kates to stay homo alone Judgou Drifting The more cOmmon secret atntIof success in life is a tendcncyiOtt tIthings drift It is ndt so much the missing one opportunity or the com mUting one blunder as the lavish waste of all the forces opporttmiUes which la various shapes come wlthCnj tho grasp It is the slovenliness ot men and woaion which for the most pert makes their lives unsatlkfac tory They do not sit at the loom with keen eye and deft fingers but they Work listlessly and without sedulous care to piece together ill the best aiay- the broken threads We are apt to give a9 work too soon to suppose that a JTHJI act SaaateC bf one nor a the kfsakatesHJoba Jfortlty i 2 r L It 4 Saved Girls Ute IIwanttqteI1youhgtwondJfij1 1 IMTI re celved from the use of ThcdFord BtockDrat tt wisMrs KyIt bfll cob liver and stomach troubles l1firmly 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