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V = = = t- ESELPfLD i t m1883IiitaI 1 RISESYOL xfrPi 37 H SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 12 1907 LWFEtYEAt iiiITRUSHF Ti PRACTICAL QttN 1ST OIk OYcr JaT Hubert 11urork at reasonable prices S tt oa 1ranteedtSPBUGFIELTh KY OUt DIRECTORY arR1GfILPseat ef WMQiMgltn CpuatT 52 Miles south S Mojt 9 MiIeL- IIxmUySjl Gti BdStQflbflflCh o EerI fanataflr ami ayricaltHral district Two Banks telegraph aid telephone onlineysxiI Po Oation 1700 population of pouty i5ouI JUpreiiHitativeviu Congress Hoi Ben Jehitou Beds town K- yKje t itatiT lit Kebtttck Leai atice lieu W D CkyWpokc tileRep5arzy IaiiItet IjebIO Xv tiyDIiit YT r jOTCUIT COURT Cir ltbol begins i the fourt i Koidr iJiFebtlot 7 May 4d Octo tbr I H T armasT Judge R I Durkaat omitojwt1thAt t taey x RobtAkde Clerk Jt GV LachMMi Waster Coamlsa t Isr QUARTERLY COURT ijuartwrly Court is keldoa the tklriI Monday in eachiontk Sii L L Wtsey JtdgeliavCOUNTY COURT Cownty evrt ieets on the fovrtI 3 Monday in etct mouth B Iftlatsejr JudgelltcWF Booker l8 Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer5 Sidney Osfeourn Sheriff Sam Asdersoa Dic Jsham t HerbertEddeman11 DtptLSeaEd Masters c JamesF Moore County Surveyor T PQBryaa Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy f Robert lToe Treasurer t J M Mantgomery Coroser J W Bosii Bapt of iComaon ceo i P O s21ngfiL4i CITY COURT t James Tt Noe Police Judge r John Grace iMarshal i w IVGrJ sby City Attorneyy JUSTICE COURT nsri1aApril July aik October V Chuiih DilTctiry llo l If METHODIST CHURCH XeT G W Lyon Pastor Ser t rices OH the Firstand Third Sundays i ia each month at 11 a JUand 730 p xn SidayBchooIeverySUudaY at10 am rPrayer m e1nJ very Wednesday jgtJJ It ftCAT OLICCHURCH JRevV P F ilennes av Pastor Ser Vices every Sundayat 8 and 10 oclock 7 S rviCsat St Rose s B1e bout j =ai PL 3BTTEEIAN OmJRcncoed IRv R E C Lawson Pastor 7 otti i ms 9Bmdiir t lb av Prayer Z3tIan tYry Thmr d y yoBlBg at 7 ocock Dp l IJl BAPTIST CHURCH T 5Wi Hal ihiaa3sR to 11 Pea iQg yry Sunday at11 ax- 1toolever1ti drVvE ue t OdRIStlAN CHURCH Rev W F Rogers Pastor Seri ph- WIdat93Oam tI JrratBriial Orders SIIt MASONIC LODGE Springfield Ibdgt fu w Ker 50 meets first and third Mouda 3 ci each mouth p t Washuujrtoai R A Chapter No 5t Iin i vcets every second Tuesday in Springfield Council So S2 meets 01 ai verTtourth Monday in- NKKIGHTjr6f TSUjMiCAgHKS Mect i Si 1 d m f c f t i MO f SOurqStomach g No xppttita IOM e Mrs41tlT9IrY Wdach cosIUoia Mil bratui siraI deWJ MtIr rWnfi and caar of lb stomach aU ue toJ1nGtit XocIolnHe vM Uidi jettlan This new 4lscov ry ryrManU the natural juIcM of dtfesr 4hciifrotScia not only r1Iv iadtfMtios ytftftlt tt this iMMtK romoili all jtemadi troubiM y MifC P7 asMeak and Mn hsn- iaucowmemnez i tM Jj S ci JtJ w w1iII toriee E Twv lI I p5Nd ctoc I f SoW bj Bed Croe Dr g H ro w I I w r l flW LEADB R f l NI3WS= r J t 1i t i Cawf ht The Female jThe Lduisville Times of M6nI Iledday say Barefooted and clad Jn a flowing robe Frank Wan w nhiteDr W P Harvey based 4t jpT mTneh cun niPn and well kno n young women vho had tmpted to ste tfl rf horses and of carriage from iue stablet in the rear ot residence at 30 Fourth avenue shortly after i 11 oclock this morning Qnet f ihfe young faomen was caughtjtfirst 111tlVb1 n Wagner recognizer h rl1eas ermitted logo Wag j r1 who sleeps over the stable was awakened by bearing some e breaking into the h rnesst ioo Rcdmthe stairs to fluid the four work ing with small bars of iron atE tempting to prizo off the lock 0ne of the young women saw coachman coming and gave the alarm The carriage had been drawn into the alley and the horses were standing tied to tine door OCt the stable where thiey had beeni left to be har toodbase on one young woman near Broad way The tiers escaped in anar alley Dr Haryey is out of CDLcarriages had been replaceS IAAllen Harvey son of Dr Harvey was notified There are great many people vh attacks syandThe lu food may satisfy the appetite and hut it falls to nourish the body sim because the stomach is not in to do the work it ia sup posed to do It paionMJgiventhing that will do the work ICSEomchtion and Dyspepsia combination tDaturaJdlgestants and vegtable acids digests the food itself and tfetomathtfe J Jwv i ajbl 1 have for sale the following sa1e live stock which can be seen at out place at any time on the Bardstown turnpike four ard e half miles from Springfield on 1ihreejacks3ndsevijenneth- Mac bur sbme goon Southdown buck s cattle and other stock well Some good farm horses suitable on or family use For luther in and ormation call at my place GO I will also rent my farm which Th ontaing 106 acres fruit Tvj Hamilton ItFDNo2 Springfield Ky ses Usa pluaof Weare rlased tbat latfOleyswl1coldsby the National Pure Food and plac Drug law as it contains no opiates or er harmful drugs and we recom cow nd it ad a sate for wandJiouugl salev ijRev MrHunt Retracts t fj S adI es before the Long Run Bap erittis1aatc in his strictures on A IE I ilison Republican nominae are for Go ernor with regard to tiietieJ temperance question ssue dani antstatfnxent Drulyhas made in this rpgard SthisS his own words which appear I follows in his written lJteIs tToIt is because 1 wish to wroJwt maff that this statement is made On two occasions re cently m addressing myself to he temperance question I have tiaiveirbe chat the iqnor interests of Ken lJcky were HUng to a prmpaignjrder to secure the election otanB Wilson the Republican A candidate for AtMyi etween ifr Wilson and the iquor intereeis were made ujnwhat appearedtQ be high nLUitte h doorityFosincekIdbovethotougbly cwiviocfdj that the It story has nn fouudfttipn nfactSJj nclrs I notonly withdraw my words but express my profound rfgret that I should have been by what I thought good au thQ Thnity1 ert a false story HUNTnf Ocuasional headgche belfihing r bad tcste in the mouth lack of app e Ute nslIghtneryotxsneBs are corns 01 tuuigiMiiuutOiKii when allowed togo u cared for will de yelop into a ease of dyepepsia that t w l Don giotneglectoz t1ndicatiors itsrWworkKed ingofwill do this Kodol will make your he food e begnjoywerCros4 upForS1 A ycJJiJIacre s House newly painted Nice location Will sell reasonable For further particulars call T D Tapp or McBlroy i b Whaftcn Real Estate and Irisuiv e Agents Springfield Ky d Hay Payer H Stonier Cold J Niisbaum Batesville Indiana and writes Last year I spffered for Ingdistressing recipndptomsprescription did not reach my case5won I took several jnedicines which seemed tporfly aggravate my caseS was thFoleYsoncySumagewhiwifeeyand Tar with the same sucL1 Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store 4 the and sortfOR bI will unless sold privately on WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 croooto the highest bidder with FureserveLear deceased formerly known asthe Josh Tumey farm lying the tthe Mackyille and Harrods 1 thingkyille containing 78 acres imprpved This farm has iit a good dsvellingof 8 rooms a good cellar Barn 40 by and all necessary outbuilding s easksfarms in the countyej having 12 2ipres of apple orchard bearing cboiclI selections for marketing pmpoI withandt thmsall kinds and some tobacco Personalty of deceased Jl be sold at same time and 1ework horse one good milk farming implemeflts one horse wagon spring wagon sehpld and kitchen furniture Terms made knovtn on day of WILLIAM LEAR Trustee of heirs ors E Lear M Campbell Auctioneer The wop togetridof a cold wheth bbrd cold or just a little one to get it Utf ydursystem through bowels Nearly all cough cures especially tiiose that contain opiates constipating Kennedys Laxa Cou h Syrup contain no opiates acts gently on the bowels Pleas to take Sold by the Red Oroas g Store j aturdayeptt 14 The Date of The Grand Picnic at Frederick town t Dont forget the date but come outandbring the children and ve a good time Therewill iJenty of amusement and innocent games for all The oceeds are for the churchS ft drinks and refreshments d a substantial picnic dinner good shelter in case Qf rain mission Free and everybody l1 be welcome Healthy kidneys filter the impur s from the blood and unless they this good health Is impossible eys Kidney Cure makes sound- neys and will positively cure all ms of ktdneyancbla4derdizeases- strengthens the whole sysjem a by the Red CroSs Drug Store i Wattersons Dream t e Courier Journal Editor Has a Strange Dream About Things Political Ii The Editor of the Courier Journal had a dream the other nigTTrN l ZJ 4eamfc that he diedI and was whisked otrOln- s rS1 below Old Nick met him he outer door and extendedl most hospitable welcome eve been hooking and wait impatiently for you says Some of the boys were inning tobe afraid that you renot coming but that they wbud keep you in the shop e but I told em to cheer You seeI know that some tithes they take pity on us and send us a goodman Why r friends 11 be truly de ted It Whos here was timidly ask cd Whey are all eresaid Satan JTheres old HI aver arid John G Carlisle and Teddy and Got any Kentuckians Plenty of em Theres Gov ernor JBeckham and Colonel John Whalleh and Aaron Kahn RichqldKpottw bybless- youwhen I get tired of whoopS of em up and want a little eation I leave Dick in charge feel perfectly safe the fire t gO out tilt I get back Then we enter d The placE fitted up eleJant7jjust like Buckingham T beater with aJ mer Garden attachment ch they called the Re Ul hSirnonstattihg tickets and when he sawI newcomer he c ied hooray saia you pass in freeswas arfine sign t inside Alas of people and politics andJ religions DemocrJtsandRep1b1 licans and byterians and Episcopalian l From every bough swung a k dra thief Some were marked Louisville GionistHere Satan wi reverse earthly rule We honor perfidy and pharisaim above all ps because they are so eni IIcruits r But your Satanic Majeaty where is Mayor BmghamV was ed Oh says Satan lies a Baptist Wbatbas that to do with itEDont you kniw says he a kind of awe in his tone at the Baptists are a very exclusive congregation and dont like to be mixed up either in their dunks or their damnation with other denominations Come with me and Ill show you Then he led his wondering visitor through a long dark corridor which he said was called the Vale of Prohibition a small velllighted vestibule hung round with portiaits of Lorenzo Dow apd Tom Watson lanel Hoke Smith and Car ria r4 Uan She sa Kentucky jjlrlfV he said triumpliandy52J lwe passed herand then he llifted up a trjipdoor and pointed to a pit blazing with ugh There are the Baptists says he solemnly in dose common ion We looked and sure enough iit was as he said there theywere holding a Long Run Convention every man of them a red nosed anelwith Dr M P Hunt residing the Reverend Mr James Van Arsdale in the act of offering a set of resolutions tthe purport of wHich ran Wi make Kentucky was Dry as H ersoninl d How io YOM AvDdll1c1tiT Most victims of appendicitis Rcathsse who ate habitually conftipatet drino Laxative Frut Sprup cu cbrouic constipation by stimulating thenaturalFruif Syrup does not nan eate or gripe and is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Convention Called RElpublicanl Washington County Kentue eld at Springfield Kentucky O l Sent 2 1907 it was ordered by said committee that the Re publicans of Washington county alI meet in miss convention t the court house in Springfield Rvon Satuiduy Sept 14 1907 at i30 oclock P M for tthe purpose of nominating a Repub lican candidate for the House of c Representatives to represent Washington County in the next eneral Assembly of the Com mon wealth of Kentucky to be voted for at the November Elec tion 1907 W F Grigsby Chairman M Duncan Secy f One of the vcofst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious dis eise and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal mall ady Take Folejrs Kldney Cure at correcs6irtegulariticR j Liseasee1 Joss Dru StoreCc In The River Because she had been cho a ar ttlt More Than 25000 in Prizes A SUte Pair ribion has the kackiaf ef tIle CeauwBweaUh I eaeythatLowest Rates by Rail and River f You Just Cantt Afford to Miss It I iwelledtof See onr new grounds and new buildings costlag S275M4 steel and concrete grandstand mammoth ezhihitiea betas fastest trtt ting track In the world Trotting racing Running Races Daily I i An amusement program rannjtig way late thessaadstl dollars t united within exhibition plan never hebrt attested UEPT16211zj1 I LOUISVILLE I j Capt Knabenshne In his ale gercarrjlsg airship the narrelof tthe ceniury with daily flights aa exhihltioas aad a aight ride o ia dflaltooncaptive balloon Sensational acrobatic acts free each I mAndprices titerbPahia famous Maahattaa leach lire wicks tad tile gigaatlc t pyrotechnic spectacle Eraptioa ef Vessylu ideal repredectleihof the aweiaspiriag calaaity of 19M giTM alghtly la iaileU U trait of the t pThreefiftyaartists Irm the Laid tfI Masic 1 l tackyLegWatereJtordtf AgricftMwre Write IK citakgw sad UlMfcifed HecrJUy Met 11 E llUf KJ Scft4ry LwliTtf S jr1 tised by her mother for keeping company with a joungman who had been forbidden tq enter tbe house Miss Arina Caldw ell iaged eighteen years a veIl known young womati of the High Bridge vicinity attempted- to suicide Monday afternoon by idrowning in Kentucky Viver She was rescued by several men after she had gone down un tthe water for the second time It is s idtbat the girl and jh mother indulged in a heated c rr lMOndayat noon follow i crngnoanced bcr tntentionoT In iiing herself Little or no at enIttion was given to the matter by h anerbehevingthatshe meant tQ takjr her life Shortly afternoon Caldwell disappeared from t h plousesence was discovered her mother wentOin se irch of her The grl had gone to the river just be tthe locks and leaped jn et Just1lj 1 he alarm was given and sei all men who were working in eld near by hurried to thad9f1e men jumped into the water 3ndesThe girl was unconscious b several hours ufter being res cued her 101lbe Caldwell family lives near Champions store The you n a w haOmansand highly respected farmer o1 that viciLity Harrodsbi Democrat cA llumll 1DDCDI heAhuwane eokyviWestMe4nto all persons with weak lungs take Dr Kings New Discove the only remedy that has hell me an fully comes np to the proprietors recommendation It saves piIOre liVesthaq all other tnroat and lung remedies logether l Used a couLi a n odcurethworldover Cu asthma bronchitis cr0 w ahoopingness and phthisic stops berar m Torrhagesbuilds themup Guaranteed at Haydn liobeitsonfs drug store SOc and L Trial boillt ree PUBLIC SALE We will on the premises aboutt miles from Springfield on the ebanOn and bt Rose turnpikf m the waers of Shepherds Run On Friday Sept HOO f190II at 1 oelock pm offer IOnsalaex totbe b ofsth e farm known as the iy Yrs Emily OBiyan farm o 1those keainingwill be surveyed if the purchaser stj leddDtnainder in good cultivation Ath good orchard and iin one of the best neighborhoods in th conn metythe grounds for sale TERMS Onetnrd rash bal StancaPossession January 1st 3997 Mrs Emily OlBryan andvUelrsnl S M Campbell Auctioneer aw i traTbeesyour backright where t stlthhes j ever tune you bend overt turnaround gc or yralk any distance Its fein your kidaeys Take DeWitt 8 Kid ney and Bladder Pills They are uu eduaicd ror backhche weak kidneys and inilamatioh 1 of the bladder A beweakst FIRedaIrT FaiFOR I will unless sold privately onIhiI wa Saturday Sept mber 28dea avofferer the house and lot on Leba is non Street known QS the Leach drink A an Home An opportunity to uy a nice home cheap Good table and grass lot for cow and Ma qrse Will gladly show pros rctive buyers through house at ny time For further particu hisarsaplyttjWAI TER E LIACUMANp 345t Springfieldrryl r DeWitts darboliized Witch tHazl jkas aveis ojr boils burM4 r wI scalds and kinjfJIseace It iW el peciallyjrool fO4plIei Sold byI ILw Red Cross PruJt tore a T 1 fir lll1 Sl1l1SC tfJHJN lNi 1URq re DESPERATE DEED Terrible End of Lyne De son a Former Sprinf field ManColt Lyne S DayisonwboVasbornl dendCdermannerhthrowing himself froth th4 tenth story of the Cofutabia building AHibwasinushed to an almost unreco r njzable mass by the force of the ondency Perillb iI4lai d his 1u i conitinn ItheI given as the cause olTl deerer ate deeds LyneDavlson was born at this Beace 59ye rs ago and was the son ot William S Davson who wa grasthwfatherlirtlmoUleretand he together with his oli lelYca deeraE L bafcOmfortable lortune bytbe Dayiorson moved to Chicago in earfy ife where he dealt extensively in real estate and other vntu reszn which proved disastrous JP d been making his home Lonisvillefar severall yrs Put5 afrSpringfield he is kind Iyeme bered asa geaerou whole souled boy and many friends re express regret over the aad ding of his life HaUsnr ved by two brotnersr IiUlR Davison of Louisville and Wil HopldHYUeyUarlarptedter of LouisVille The rrmains were broightto Springfield on Saturday and jn ceulteryHilL Simps il1raliMra- d gravees QPHE TEXAS WONDERt Cures ali Kidney Bladdtr a4 Rheumatic trouble acid byNo ill Soutdrbggistscreatment by mail for lOfr IL W Hall 2920 Olive atr t St pikeLouisstirnonl als atUea SIX G ATDAYS ANDMGHTS s Price statet Fair at Lculavllk Will Ii a Mile Memerablt Occaaka fiIaa Ias1Everythingl l opening of the State Fair Ila LoviaviHe Spr for the week ot sept SOt The entrtea made Ila all cIen ateUN ceed the moat BangulBe ip eetetkMM J seethei the live stock exhibits as well as in other departments will are ia repa eping with State Fain that IS many years older than Kentuckys Ilaj S1g1 eltutlonwlhIthe visitor will have eaoagh to II MteforPIX several days Jndeed It irnot exp at 4e4 anyone collet fully cover telc ea tuck State Fair 1a oae days tfaave IPaSsIng from the exkiMt cIettrl gras ats to the atMiMati fMt sepit J6I y be said without fear of eeatraiite Ky tion that the biggest attractUHW ot the H kind that were ever secured for aPr 211atee State Board qf Agrkultara varier wNt whose auspice Is to be held peti iaatly In Louisville tke State Fair The State Board has pallid tttitf l foaaybmpanieccts only for tb5 1Agest mian tt 213tureswnthese 0lhe fpaflf The fireworks cslilbltoa at ate lit 2l4 when the Eruption of Vesuvius Is re SrJ produced will prove a great card aft 4 In addition to all this Captain Kna 215 nshue wilt personally appear at tkr fHir In his new passengercarryJ lag tbbC 2Ishiphere will also be ballboa cee algrcaptive balloons I f yen want tosteaU ottM r 2lIt I this year we would advise you to komecome prepared to stay several day 45 238 a schodk in Ancoats a cJerxymM east goodirvored to emphasize the virtue pt aartk iding cecasiona uf sin IlIa1 good uld a mpn avold11c asked w 211 In the habit of getting too muck fit brighteyed but ratherlwrtenl 223 titrnriltt01lJdla l Mack bar Ilr conttlauteijt cleat eoeiil ft wt ce last L f1tffFin2 sw zes abJCOIHiJ No iot a p 4 L rtt wefltnbeat rttyoeub bf WE1t raIai is aBit i H KfcNTUCKV sTrr MfTEf l YI1 kncl e pke 1 tJasilver iriate are toMtM-Y Ken tscky Itats Falr Aaeagtk are a akuHdred4oll cap wVcrW ky the Americas MMk Hint MniHtii ocIatios two silver eiHM ftvW ky W J Hocaiu oe teek bY Fow hat taa stock lara taiyacr bras Jf M Sharp awl W T Hayea The blgaaaoiimt of prwrinaw eefed by the BoarS ot Jlkwlt eat tM Ke tiicky State Tar te sa Jlhi t tt4 as follows By the Skort Hera Br4daers Aaoctatlea 171 b aM Were ford AssocIatkMi M ky the PiMDurham AsMdattoa fgM kytk ercaa Haniwkira Sfce Aaeoctsf tion 22 aad ky the Oxfa l Dew Sheep CJaUOBl4i C Vr4d e Kentucky State Fair aursfatiac la tife poultry depstat 50 hi the vegetable aid mekm ppertmM i F 175 in the te14 Hd aM rafe de iMrtaient 113 0s alfalfa avy knw 5otobeeoead4 hor teultu The raJlroa4s of hay e nted a kalffart vMs Mi of the Xeatuehy S aU atrrttbtkiwxouad trip eta ke perebsead ior oBe fare pits 25eetttl TiefceU will go on sale Saturday te9t i4tk aM wlU1Jel good retaraktf HMM nalit a1 Sept 234 J SUnklBg oa a kilV er Fiskeraeaa Beach Swaataceott Js a akanskeir it yearly 115 years ao aid Ittit ttke purpoe foe wkWrltwa erfgfull iedg I HitHiwiTie a IRe eetit biitbiii 7 ItAe m aMewaorIlin HetV traveled as far2M HMKJT ia geatl a aa AM Mw ktot isiasjr haabaoda XWITMjnd Setare a v r IIivie long eWaftewL I IJyo1RtcnwtJA4ttgldtIaIii1KsiJTMWbNeseefbIaw4brav4i vItora at14 Ute caltoc 1S4ity iriml tDp yos Iflce Z my Mid TJke ckiU Ia ee try iwp M X IV li de Maaasa aa4 At MInE J WM a perfect trifk tat tt ost frlktc JBC a Wtt 4Se who coaWite aSvF1j f deaoswIcb4abj t k5Ika f tLitt a icFiiti 9 NMLE R 1tt iMcEIro HAr Nit IJSPRIHGaELD IJ F PII JJ ac eiIIIik t h ef Ten WIMIa w 1fK If tt an well J tatzsuet all god iasd 1NUaMre Price III per acre iiNo 20t JaIW crIi d5 1 ortk of 8pr1ea i Jdwelliir sad banls ulgva 9wpec acre jo ie hra1 acreejttua e 7JawestefeeiJ P ant god cona aetscc 1 al1101lL Price NSperaeee fy 187acre rasevw afrieaI hs illtewG4i DiIw 2 a well f acedaId waere17rj 3R7 Jtcre Imxm WCMe i1 NnItOfaa SprliIel4 aU kr = offt cIaisirr i 12 caefarrn 414ka11eid all good 1uII 8ix 1la stock and toteccb r fenced AH tkt land i awftlMl d i lL 1 klISecreIrii 7ri17 4fi 3N C jwtliacre 1 108ftcre farm located t I IOf eptlq1 kC QoaAlajspa JrJ it aO 7 arn 50acreshi op = t f 6 36 acre farm Ivsuti AllIIeawUa tlfi1 Odlaed4wt= Pvte eracve I 310acrelarm four Ie fNIi lacJew 01 sibsweU Ii4eaNpsreazs Itkcrt fare located tkeutof pdatk II I5aIs fill CISsd tWO IUS 5 ea 2IkcnSJf per OIacre ana Ieatqd of dIeM aJt fiibarn Pikaylt ltlacre fare 1ucaO of SrIag1ekL Alt LiaprovemgaU I9f ybr = r iacre tarn aJJ ta gr tviHroTca i of essay J pel acre i3Gacrfavl aI it JeWiII1aai Jbsr c Iea ai vflle PriceFi sUIN1t 110acre hI 4 14 1714GoodPi eSIfiOacrefam foeatadl S Bile of Spriafteld Good taprore of ererrktod Price rtffkt 210acre fann 3 miles from Jk Good bouse mod barn and outbuildimf Land all lies Wuder food fence and U ia the 0 of ajBiapV It is a rood place and desirable howe loo per acre T flit t 1NfWSlfADm I t 1 III J YTTIUD J rtJi M ATKAR Jrt l ADVANCE t 14PJtIli iWELDKY t Y atl l iDAV15P 0r Jr t iL tIN1 44III l lQ i ti ttihiNiouH1111 4dW41Jiuiii political matte A ILatl wRtH b tcasb kttfIfIlUrdt1hn jtr J hMyutIs eetraeM ade on liberal I r atJ reeIutoE5 of ruafct slsp41L i AIofmvxx =t Ms4at f 50I ttrktO e u 1c- OcyJ s T4KJMDAT SEP 12 1907 4 U ANNOUNCEMENT ill VTe are authorized to announce J ltf ftr Gore Springfield a candii itvH State Senator from the Fif tef tk8 atorlal strict composed t tl tarloa WishiDSftxm and Taylor erratics iubjccl to the action of the DtatcratIc artyIsI 1 ojfitie fttit1de9 veI1mg tcMd the various loliUI cMdidite is always interest ii f because it is problematical 1 Witoc Knott while advocating JGtov Beckliam justribwiu his 4 Ttc Ior Senator cannot swallow i 1 Hajfer as the JU wing from tbp tlfrost will indicate Mr Hager t ta amiable gentleman of f atnral ambitions but heroes otstand for those ihingst for wSicb tbe Governor contends s He does notleadhis party he follows men nuworthy to lead I He dofs not lace bodly political c mp1icatibn lqe tries to corn promise with ibfloences that sbotfld be resisted He has not t aitfedin the regeneration of the Democratic party but he bas raiher strengthened those i- nieiesI that retard its progress t Postheorkto be done in Kenf tr tuuky we believe Mr yil Is on t and the policies for whIch he speaks rare more to be trusted than Mr Hager and the facUbr 1a the Democratic party whicil l secured for him his nomination j 1rV A pefitibn signed by nearly all of the clegmymen of LujaJ t yule tfrglng Mayor Bmgha nto run as an independent for M i t oFbeing circulated YI Bingtani refused to enter J irei for the Democratic Ilo inaj ton against Tyler and wbat iJf f yknown as the old gang It v matters little whether Bingbam gets in the race or not the sp1itI I intbe Democratic ranks is wide enough tto juaran tee the election JOf th Republics n tckqt f Pennsylvania court has de vrclaredunconstitutiontialtne law recently passed by the Legisla hire fixing the passenger rate in bats teat two cents per mile If the decision is upheld by the vliigber courts it will be jar j Breaching in its effect and will he L a great victory for the railroads j c AufustusEr Wilson is greet edby large and enthusiastic crowds at aH points on his fJ speeking tour of the State and i i reports of his speeches indicate that heis arousing the boys and ioaking things hum De Witts little Farly Risers are good for any one who needs a pill They are Btjnali safe sure little pills that do not gripe pr sicken Sold t l7bj the lied Cross Drug Store t tNight Riders Attack Homes r Hopklosville Kyk Sept 10 tUNight iJdersgotbusy In the northern part of this county irff Sunday morning About lv30Toclock lOG men rode to tnt l horde of W J Ladd and cal1in V hiHatot his door dqmandedl tint Belfolfbw them to the barn He jusked them 16 wait until he dbuld pvVOB his shoes and they i arid rlQ doso but when bc turned to Jfanto the house they p cd tire and about 100 shots I 4f il fired moet of them b1 ing t4o ped bj toe 10 which the 1iijse iifM buiC Several oJ illll tbwever fuund their way Sko vtiMJ rooms ivhefe hij wife ebildreiete sleepingl 4t W Ld4joinea tile ridersI M ijook htm down t the 4 toJdbim they dDt t j 4 destrdyhi t- ov IOjlbe woUldl come ktta ipfVilI ndsgiw ftcp1 1 ieLrsMrdsy jr 04 ibjcll to the tJ wMW thilDJO Bip J 14 agreed and the men then went or to the homes of J M Crow andI Oscar Smiley where they calledI them outand warned them also to come in aod sign today They werealso instructed to see that Joe Clark and John Roarers also farmers in the same neighborhood and the latter a MagistrjEitef signed an agreement Ladd Crow and Smiley came frinto town this morning and signed bringing the firstnews of th 5 attack H OYiThis l Wi Offer one hdndred dollars re wrdorIt aziy case bi ttarrh that cannot be cnred by ffalls Catarrh Cure F J Obeney Co Toledo O We the undersigned have kupwn F J Cheney for hellast 15 years ants believe hm perfectly honorable in ah business transactions and fiuah daily able totqarry out aty opliga tlcns it ads by his ffm- Waldlng Kinnan IMarvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intr nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tae system Testimonials sent free Pj 5perTake Hall fJn glssIt t aniily Pills for con MOORj71LCE I JWe have fad plenty of rain and everything fs lovely for the armers The tobacco growers are rush ing iin their tobacco in a hurry yv e attended the Nelson cOunty- airi Saturday There was a good crowd present and every thatdayquietJlYMooresvilte about one hundred going Well Brother Gore has oppo ilion but of course it wpnt amount to much dhsltobacl He had 6040 pounds arid it Wi1sjniuchpleasEd Mrs Martha Cplni m of LOu isville spent last Sunday with 1 her parents lJr and Mrs J W Hays of this place Bro Maxwell preached his fareWell sermon atMt Zion last Sunday Mrs This P M ore is still getting along very well under the circumstances upthreshingMr Fred Mann of Bradfords yule visited his brother at Booker last week arid took he Nelson county fair inl Mr Elijah Facris and family spent several days with Mrs Farris parents at Slielbyville iast eeK v Dive Hays of Louisville spent last Sunday with his par juts here SquireLjendren f fend hope God will lighten his Burden while on earth We were extremely sorry to thear of the death of our friend Sam Andersons wife which oc urred Friday morning at 4 clock am She diedofty phoid fever raJ1q Mrs Burnett Wall and little son J W visited Mr ind Mrs Sam Yeager Jast Tues diY at Willisburg Mrs Mattie Bishop and Miss JStranI arejvisitinj 20 i 1tbis atd the Valley till commu pity this week 1lh death loves shining truthfullyillMrs Ida Pie of Booker which occurre Monday September 9 ipnlybeenwas a meinber of the Baptist ch rcn and was truly a Christian woman loved by all who knew her Her remains were interred m the CampGround cemeLeLr- Wednesday Septembpr11at 10 serIvlCesro the bereaved family whichconsistslof a husband two MrGeorgethy Health rn IheGanalZone IThe high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skillea workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal1 Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers und ma1 1 It lis the kn r i onetbosen tcd Electric Bitters o go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Elect ic Biters qn hand Cures blojd poison too billiousness weak ness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson drug gist 50c Thorn Hilt i Mrs G W Fenwick and son Stanley speqtVepi1f sq with the formers sister Mrs Nannie Fenwick There will be preaching at Hardins Chapel Sunday evening at 330 p nrlMr Leonard Fenwick was thc guest of his uncle Mr A L Satlter Jennie havj gone to Tatbam- Springsfor a two weeks stay Gv Fen jCk bought of H si Lisey two heifer calves at 15 each also bought of Dee Sallec one steer calf at 1450 Misses Mary Lanham arid Pearl Pen wick were the guests of M ss Adray Canary Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nellie Logsdon aDdami ly spent Sunday with the family of Mr Marion Sweeney Edward Fenwick was m Bards town Saturday and Sunday Miss Hattie Logsdon was the neyBaturdavlMrs J I Brewer and sn Frank and Miss Sadie Fenwick spent Monday with the family ofG W Fenwick Mr R C Canary and Misisi tbei3FORGETMENOT Gen rsl Rott itLe Was the greatest general the wold has ever known Ballards Snow J dinin1nt is the greatest Liniment Quickly cures all pains It Is within the reacn of all T H Pointer Hempstead Texas ntcsirhl to i certify that Ballards Snow Li nituent has been used in my hOuse- hold for years and has been found to be an excellent Liniment for fflea jnatic pain I am never without jt5i Sold bY the Red Cross Ding Store IF reslViewI jThe Procurator General of the IIPUBLIOSALE 11- II Lives Stock and Land I Tuesday sept 224 M I To dissolve partnership business we will on the premises 5 miles north of Springfield 2 miles of Valley Hill on Beechland and Valley Hill turnpike I Ifollowinglive8 good work and broodmares filly by Chestnut Dare I2geldingsI filly cows coifs mule colts steers od stockewes r IIyearling to pigs pig within a few days lred Duroc Boar TERMS OF SALE AH sums under 20 cash bver 20 note with approved security payable in either banksix months after date with interest from date Will also offer for sale farm containing 191 aces 1 good dwelling house tenant house 3 barns well house 20 acres tobacco land 2 good wells 2 jgoodorch rds This isi af number one tobacco farm Will Ibe offeredIn two seperate tracts and as a whole if not sold privately before day ofsale Terms farm made known on day of sale I Derringej Montg meryJ j I v Dominican Order Most Rev Henry Desqueurous wit 0 is olding an Apostolicviitation- ofail houses in America recently pent three days at St Rose Convent where he conducted visitation of the Fdthers and was hospitably entertained by byFatherDyJl11r visitator Father Hone has been a resident in Rome for several ye4rs past Mr andMrsJ R ONeal and Mrs Sam Montgomery vlsii ted Us ono day last week Mrs Hundley Wet died list Friday morning and was buried at St Rose last Sunday The wife of James Weathers a diedSaturdayMonday Cures Blood tfjkln Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood iis imptire thin diseased hot LOllhaear bn ICJ t si sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tisin or any blood pij skin disease take Botanic Blood J Balm B Soon all sores Jheal Caches and pains stop and the bloofl Xsmade pure and rich 1ruggists or by express 51 per writmgntoJdBf is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails 9iyi tnV Valley HIlL Misses Della Virnin Pearl I fogene and Maggie Goatley were guests at Elm Hill Wednesday night Mr and Mrs T4 Tatum atc tended the Freedom Association at that place arid visited relatf yes last week Mr Frank ONeal who has a position with the K C Railroad with headquarters afc Paris Ky t atItendecltu nipg via Cincinnati Monday Miss Matti Bjown of Early GrundyandYjl Miss Ollie Parrish and si of Woodlawn vjfsittd relatives here Saturday Daluiel and Ed rlCeliey attend I ed tU Bardstown fair Saturday Miss Mattie Lee Strange of Blandville III is visiting her father Mr F M Strange of this place This is her first visit in Kentucky for 8 years Mr and Mrs V ill AUdof Louisville visited Relative here during the past we Tt Miss Lula Jan 8 of Louis ville visited her parents herJ parents here during tie fair Tones Hundlev yisited his aqdSI Mr J Q Piles lifts returned home frcm Bardstown where beheld a position during the fair Mis 0 lie Grayvof Hardesty was in otr midst Saturday Nealt3pentgoraery and wife j Religous Sunday school is progressing nicely at this place il Rev Lyons of SprJngfiftldde tiered an able se inon here OD1 the first Sunday in this month Rev IL E G Lawson who was to have held services here Was prevented by illness Tne Maud pastor will hold services at this place on Sunday aft rtoon Sept 15 Everybody should attend Stock Brevities Jr Tatum Moran recenty purchased a nice 000 pound heifer of John Hardesty at 19 also two heifers of Edd Mudd oJ Nelson county at 46 for the two fl H Tatuui purchased a call oEd MuJd at 16 and a cow auc lone bud ofFr Osborhe Tor 7JJ JI1 and sold to local pars at tbi place last week two car loads of western stock ewes at prices ranging from 0 to 8 YoF Moran purchased 19 sheep of Earnest Settles at 90 for the bunch Howard Tatlmm purchased a fine cow at37 Business is inclined to show up better each day in this comI Inanity Prospects point to a suceorsiul cop yet The local butcher is having tine trade and is troubled to till orders Messrs Pete Shehan John Polin Chas and Roney Mont gomery Hyacinth Mudd and GeOrge Gamble took in the Bardstown fair v Eyery bcdy contemplate a bigI time at the Ken ccky State FairI Most everyone is going expept Uno who is destined to mis all tti good honest affairs Tobacco cutting istha order of theday here The fleu Is one of the most aggrayatng pests of modern years and i mu3t say that that tins SEc lon has its share of them Howaver though a foolish ffeak we have discpvere J that a iittle common saltis ihs best prevon tauve as yet dscoverecf Sinc this discovery we sprinkle a quantity of salt arocnd the bed arid manage to sleep six hours each night allowing to hours for encounters with the fieas There will be another cheap rate excursion to Louisville od September 22 wInch villeniblafi several tamake a trip to tHe 1 city at a very mall cost atjworkonf ffrSpringfieldt ibetween LebinbiKand Aliceton prqsumbly ut GiaVel Switch which would be of greafrbQnefii to the county Coal arid inffec 4allcured Vit a much cheipar rfite Hers to the girlrafDenboe Who wishes toknow Unp To rat perfect will Comes ValleyBill wIllhavefor one and all and the question I Frizzle Head where art thouM UNO The Touch That Heals Is the tOUGh of Bucklens Arnica- S le Its the happiest com bira lion of Arnica flowers and healblng balsams ever comoundped No matter how old the sore orI ulcer is this Salve will cnmlik FJ hurn euscsoundtor piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by Haydon Rob ertson drugg sts 25cs paA SOOD LAWN THo Best Way to Prepare the Ground and Sow tne Seed A good lawn may be made either bllaying sod or giowjng seed If thrisis used the lawn is sometimes reads for use in less time than ayhen seed is used but practically the difference Is very slight Fewer lawns are tundeh from tqrf every year Tire turf or soilsIs nearly n ways obtained front a iieaP by field It abounds in coarse grasses and pernJelous weeds The frmremay be gut rid of after considerable trouble but the latter rarely ever Qt1c ilaid laviiis are nearly always unevon seamy and varied In color and texture I Their cost too is much in excess ofnsevding the lawn down A lawn produced from a mixture of good new rocleaned seeds of the fine grasses and clovers is superior Ju qiuii ly aiwl texture to the host sort fcbtaiu fcbie To obtain trio best results from sowing tire ground should be carefully QIpIinehesj eled off then sow onbroadcast a gthfertilizer pounds to the acre or about ten pounds to every 15 by 1 qoare feet Rake tins in and roll itj or flatten it with the back of a spadenthen sow seventy pounds of some gocJr1 lawn seed to the acre or one ppurdi to every 13 by 15 feet Sow half thlj hquantitywalklngat right angles tp it so as tohget even distribution Do not sow inIl windy weather mill be sure to rake tthe seed In and after owlng roll well or beat it flat with the spade Those reeds that are deeply buried will not germinate and those that are exposed tvili be scorched b the ssw blown or washed away or talitn itthe bites Vhcncver necessary to sow In summer It is hotter to mix with seJpr oats to protect tire tender shoots from the hot sun Suburban LtceC TheConey of tho Bible Tliere la a queer little rock animal tfound in thousands in all parts of Capee Colony South Africa and called by the Dutch daasje pronounced in EngfHah dassle This little creature has many other names uch as the coneyiJ jlamau rock badger and rock rabbitUIIt Is found aUo in Syria and is really Ui6 cone of the Bible for one of thef highjand the rocks for the conies while in the book of Proverbs we tend The nies are but a feeble folk yet make they their houses in tIre rocks The South African daasje is a pretty grayJ tfurry creature merry and sun lovingb and when taken young makes a ing per Amy Sutherland in St Nlchl sins f o The Drawback t 3IIIe Victbrine confides to the janitors wife that lier yilstress who is old and feeble luis promised to remember her In her will if site takes good care of her till she lies The janitors wife shrugs her shoulders The worst of that is my dear that the bettor you jtake caro of her the a longer youll have to wait for Yow legacylarls Journal Both Out and In The Need QtHI say old man- scould you lend me a dollar for a day or two Thin Other One MyI dear eJtlow the dollarl iendIs out at present and rye several names down for It which it comes back Harpers Weekly impertinent 1Vheii I was coming homo last night said Miss Skeery I saw a man Psi1 l liittiV inquired her little brother indn ceiitly Cleveland Leader rett ot sstII Julius Brown Hi ecctfntrlc son etEThe war governor of Georgia gave a Oinner at Atlanta on the occasion of his fiftyeighth birthday which was rOot it4nnrkabhepersons were present one otwbomB was Governor Terrell On the tnbleII was n black velvet cloth At each covJ r was placed a black fjner card A flskullplate while suspended from the centerI bf the chandelier was another huge skull of ashy jrhlle under Which on a black pedestal eat time figure of a monk draped in black Candles werec at each plate and there was a candle tor evco course of the dinner WithPthe end of each course a candle was t snuffed out this helpg continue t dleftHorKtinto Conch 1ennii Shot Patten Dennis ITorgan the worlds chats ploa shot putter will be at the TJnl vcrsitj of PuliiHylvauiu tq assist Coach tike Murphy in tire development the red and blue shot putters He originally from Ireland but has been Iu New York iht hist two years He wIll bi a big addition to Peim wachJig staff While he has no pfl clal ednncctlbu with Pennw athletic tutors ha will assist tho men in many li ways IIIII Ilyan In Still Alive Tommy Ityan says ho will como ovt sf retirement and fight Joe Thomas IftDue of the Frisco clubs will hang Vf i f10000 nrsott Theonly treatroentfor ctitarh that costs nothing Unless it cures IS HyQme1 Complete out6j- f t sold by the Red Gross Drug In utorefails What could be fairer of w A7WCHURCHJohn Sere flay CrceiUemi OrRrnitlxntloa Anew churchn creedless one Was formed the other dny it Is tile Ka presidentJoltn WalJIsing of the National church was held at the Berkeley Lyceum theater In Xew York with about 100 men ant women present Meetings will beheld every Sunday afternoon at the samI place from now nSlnce the chureb was organized its name has been changed from the National church to the National InstItuteIbls Is the work planned by the president as he announced it callJwithoutofhonesttavorInkingto unite for mortheaenstruguns themrbandIr Should our lend using our own united cash not for ary work endowment funds Ifto theological seminaries but to build our own self supporting headquarters In ery assembly district along with cooperative hotels commercial enterprises rinks bowling alleys and even out own banks Insurance society and thentetf j words our plan Is a stupen dous fraternal and financial one based on the laws of feclentlffc socialism W will advocate u hjchejv unselfish life a our brother csus advocated lt We wilL talk of the unseen Worlds but more ol this onetand sing hymns as well ascotege patclotlc and popular songs any ong In fact which has a refined upliftt ng and enthusiastic ring to It I want a natural not a supernatural church Anl as NapQleon chcouraged every mart In theThadso I wan every man and woman In the organization to feel that they can grow in It and if they have any Went s speakers or musicians or writers xecutives they may as rapidly as they develop those talents become leaders is ur ranks I want every member to be a workei believe InI the religion of work the work which mates you happy and causes o one else to sweat and struggle to ompete with you The last day for pro testing creeds his come the dawn of unir versal brotherhood ts here Ir Wall wants what he calls a sev en day church On this part of the woik which he Intends to do he say in a pamphlet If business is simply gross materialism or wicked as the clergy often preaches no employer or employee nd mattE ow high or humble he may be has a Ight to become a church member the church which is really the congre gation Is so divine so holy on Sunday I say when Monday comes it bias o right to let itself slip Into gross m1 erlallsm again The truth there ihould be no such thing as gross mate rialism any more than there should ave been slavery before the civil war There should be no such thing ason oiy day In seven Each and ewy day hould be holy each and every day should be a time fdr helplnz one another Cement Paint It has long been noticed that Iron which has been Imbedded lIn concrete for many years has shown a wonder ful state of preservation when taken nt Experiments have since been wade withr Portland cement with Us result that it Is made plain that a thin coating of Portland cement properly Ipplied to iron and steel will arrest oxidation says Farm Field apd FIre Ide The cement must be finely dividl d free from iron salts and diluted with pure water Then If It Is free rom iron calcium phosphate and sul phuritcs and is of low specific gravity will set quickly and become prac cahly a part of the metal It will set within the Iron and will not wash off with rain and no moisture carb dioxide or factory fumes will affec the metal Coivpea For Fait Crop Cowpeas may bo sowed after w eatt tits or rye at least from the latitude f Washington sauthwarj and may e harvested for hay In time for an Dtlier fall crop to b r sowed fl J Waters qf Missouri has grown owpeas between wheat crops for soy ral years past and increased the yield f wheat Ino marked degree Stfverlng Mirrors Mltrors are usuhlly silvered bycoai lag tire glass with atnajgaiu For th1 purPose a large perfectly flat stone provided and upon It Is eveniysprea sheet of tin foil without crack cIra law This Is covered to the depth of oneeighth of an Inch with clean mer cury The pldte of glass perfectly leaned from all grease and impurity Is floated on to the men by sliding o as toexQlqde all stir tHifcble5 It Is pressed down by loading it with weights in order to press out all the mercury which remains fluid This Is received In n gutter around the stone After about tifontyfour hours It ji gently raised upon its edge and In a few weeks it Is ready to frame His Perseverance Henry Arthur Jones tho noted Eng lish playwright was giving the stu ents of Yale an address on the drama Your American vernacular Is pictur he said and It should help your playwrights to build strong rmcj Mays Bit neither vernacular nor otty Itbl1l1 else is of moment It perseY i nto is lacklnfe No playwright xu succeed vho is like a mon know rad to tnUs map one New Year 8 day I 0 yoajeep a dlnry PhilinT Vcs liei answered Tvo UepV one for the rrt two weeks in Joptfafrj tCitJa ttst sevpii vcara1t 7irm Cut O fp Save Man SuHpcndcd lluniidair with hits arm caught hi theJiiogwheelsof a traveling rane at ihe Baldwin Locomotive works liT niillnlolnliln John TtnrAra a ainter Imug for two hours anrt twos tyseven minutes lie was caught by the arm asthe passed tile CJjune antI rawit iInto midaIr The clogged ma hinery refused to reverse A scaffold life had to be burn to him and on It surgeons of the Jtlahneuiann hospital wdrlced and amputated the arm to re Jnase himL Injections of iori hine deadened tire pain until tbescaffoldin was built lie sustained Infernal inju ries also and It Is thought that he will die V Fierce Fight With Half a njkt Church Barkloy of narrbdsburff Ky mttisi terrilAe battle with a monster wiakc a few days ago He heard nolso upstairs and went to Investigate lUll fonnd a snake colled on the bedl lie fired at it with his shotgun and nt it in two The part with the head bout lhrqa featIOng nat1o battle nnd- triwl to bite and coil around Barkley legs He had to fight itout with par t of the snake and he snyS he never dIll taster kicking kt tflftally dispatched that part of tlieifreptile The entire measured utile feet njue Inches length gad had ft hora orsome hard IIilistalimo thrue Iriches Jong ob the end Ita tall f IP IScREN1 ut J Bug Brand1J 1 The Kind Thatt Kills tiil iii- iI fl L l IIHaycthn qbtsqni i IIi 111f I COR ERDRUGT ORE IJ v 1d dII J t FOR THE CHILDREN v Witch la the Jar One of the boys and girls acts a I witch or wizard Eacbr of the other player chooses a tree o anything els LCor a home The witch then traces out oil the ground wIth a stick as many circle I as there are players and calls thea circleS jars The players all run put from their homes and the witch runs after them Every one that shecatches she puts In one of her Jars The captives must remain iu their jars unless they arc released by a touch tromso th uncaptured player If released he can- nOt be recaptured until after he Ira reached Iris home anti started put rom It once again But his rescuerruns great risk of be tfug captured as the witch naturally keeps close guard over tbe prisoners and stands ready to pounce down upoa any would be rescuer When eery player has been caugb witchi new or wizard Is chosen and the game goes merrily on again My Master Seaa Me to Yea Sitting in order round the room that first player begins by saying to his tieighbbr MJIy master senQs me Jo ttou at the same time working away with the right hand as If hammering on iris knee The one to whom this re mark Is made answers What to dot lnrep1y to which the first player saypl To work with one as I do Thesec end player then working In the sam a way must tnra to his neighbor on the left and carry on the same conversa tion with him and so on until every one In the room Is working with one sand The next time of going round the order iIs given to work with two bands after that with on toot also then with two feet and Jast of all will the head Should any one be discov ered not to4 be keeping both feet hands and head in constant motion while thee game is going oh a forfeit may be de manded Breathing Fire bid you ever see a juggler blow tream of sparks fromthis month Of aourae you wondered how he coal oeslbly keep tire in his mouth without jetting burned for he must have fire r3ere Iu order to blow out the sparks It Is a neat trick He rolls some fla or hemp Into a Jail about the size of a Walnut and then sets fire to It and let nit burn until Itz Is nearly consumed C11owhne it I still burning e core flax or hemp around it rand confines the lire In which condition it 4111U9 for a long time When he Is ready to perform the trick be sUplttn naIl Into his mouth and by breathing through It makes sparks fly out with an effect that Is quite startlIng totbom 1whQ do not know how It is done Cf course while he performing the trick be has to breathe In air through kk nostrils only Not Hoptful MTls a fine elegant husband yoxi maum said Maggie Him and IIilne was talkln about Irlaud Us ItI InRes traveled as far as many gentleman And there aint many husbands as good to their wivepf maam Look bow he brings you JetI tuce anti things from the market But dear ear That kind nevenAllveii long Newark News Independent Crtlc m X little girl sat gnzlng xediy at th new bonnet of one of her mother obtors until the callery Smilingly aeked you like It lJlj dear Tile child Innocphtly replleoi Te I do Mamma and Aunt Milly said ILlu was a perfect fright but It doespi trtibten meXbfe He rhtf commits an Injustice is evv made jrnxtt wrrtclied ifcau he who suf 2111 MewmMA Plato b BwTJe jcsvJt of the publicity given tM reinstatement Of Vincent Streasm e- Wasbingtos the star quarterback if the University of Pennsylvania tttfaculty of the university has decideI place him on the black list for a other season Stevenson is eligible to reenter the unlvewtlty but the faculty desires ti reduce the prominence given athjctiCK at method that uuititution and has taken thisIjj If the dlslumeat holds gpod through this season it will baa bard blowte the teams chances this year as Stevenson Is the backbone t the football tears and he had keen counted upptf as M important factor against thi WolvtJenes In the game between Pean I Ulcblgta this year A Trojbleiome Futur- eNlrseBridget come here and see a Jhench baby born Jn Dublin Bridgett tjerIthlnkiu when you begin shpoaklnJr Punch tT rvint ar View meamtwMtabeltako their flight remarked the c6rl ous nina Terbap be meant single blewfa ness replied the man who Was w oapplly married Houston JPoat cprnKraisoak all night In bftttersalHc eiv lInt rinse Wet with kmoa Juice ancl run Into the spot all the eaitjthe mice will hold ray In the uns kwysw t to tIt stain remal repeat tteirMe yeeciai w1 l ARGAffD LAMPC c ii A twin Desists InyentUn ami WIt It Accamplisfi What did Argand do for the laap Examine an ordinary lamp ln wIcii 1 rreal oil is burned The chimney pro lects the same from sudde gats of tI twind and also creates a draft air iltslust as the fire chimney creates a drift i PnArgands lamp was the first to bare chimney Look below the chimney aid you will eee open passages threvck which air may pass upward and IM ItIts way to the wick Notice further tthat as this draft of air passes opwai It Is so directed that when the lasap Is 2burning an extra quantity of air plays llrectly upon the wick Before Arfsjii the wick received no supply of air rtliati flat or circular but thin The air Ia Abundance plays upon both sides of tW ithin wick and bourns it without making fimoke Smokcf is simply halt buraedtparticles soot of a burning substante The particles pass oft half burned pe cause enough air has not been sns plied Now Argazid by mukins 1hlt t Plrtort to burn with a white flame After the Invention 6f Argand the art of lamp making Improved by leaps and by bounds More progress was t made In twenty years after 1783 than ihad been made in twenty centuries ibV fore New burners were Inveilted HOW rand helter oils were used and better wicks made lint all the new kids of lamps were patterned after the At t 1 gandS Fonnau In t Nicholas J HIS RULING PASSION iiBusinMX jPrMwitiiiir That jJ usI Failed f SUCM There lived In Detroit a man jwll ijivos the champion letter writer toi tin jnewspapers and to the heads oi all public enterprises One of his fads was t to write evgry day to Presldeitt JL l l iyard of the Michigan Central railroad rdInd tell Ledyard whereha iwasilfaH lag in the conduct of Iris yoati There was a letter tot Ltedyard tJTer morning They annoyed him antii v sent for his general counsel 03 day and said Russell Im gettbjf tlrwt c cJi ftmor afiar If you will a4t tuand him for MoatlHi r tISappealed to Rusel1OIl M JIftlMltoto fliid the letter wriferf He IMM tim and cade a bualas propotiam 11ow see here he ealdI ant 1to stop writlmg letters to 3ir Ltdyatrd 1 Iet you wll quit for a year i will give fOU 15tG 4TheI JIJ laad Russ was happy1heit W1 1 1r was a wreclc ea tbe road The kttc d iiI wh3th thought about the road aatIt8pre3ldeat and its mnI1RgemtJjLedyard seat the letter to flsea tl t with this indorsemes This Iis w er JJr tdayt j tit 1Absiith rretrllrA Paris paper pulllsha a letter f correiipoaent who 1th cs e temperance cites R great nnthafitjvSt fohn the Evangelist It JsXIawdih thalInspired writer roclalnw ubsteth aSR aterrlbetanef ifl powers la the eigktkchapter tjf the look of Revelation where we iW verses 10 find U Thethlrd awr sounded a trumpet and a IIfeAIbright as a lamp fell from the jMty fe tto the thlrdjiart et the rivet d fom rJttJH talus awl water This ur It eais4tWormwood and the third pateuwaters ai a yd1bits t tetcr Wormwood In the EngUeh Ithorlzoa version is rendered abeiBtk ll Ithe French transteUae of the Km tJi5twtajBeat j rIWMlateke1L A lively writer has said I wa mp oken are the three hardest wiwd Is Ss cSet1 ilYe are wiser than we were beforei f iee our error anti humbler thaa We toitvere before to owa it lint so it hj C icAnd Goldsmith obeervn that Frederick i fee Great did himself wore Iwwor hfals letter to his senate JthttJug ihat had just lost a gretft battle by hVa ejirm fault tbaa by all the vktorter he h 4woa Perhaps our greAtest ertM4iftf aere Is not to escape Ixstpefeties k te see antI ackaowl lg Wl1easu ind correct tueBuJay fl i IDeNItIrMbkoqI 4Armyoreign cities asd la German tN e ent being stared 4t by tsqtgmten assuming threatening ttJtu4M ftr retaliation As tho Uw pernilto tthM to rJiDot civilians oa provocatI itWi not to excite them It ta ye brcMcmbo that flicy do not feel eW l 10 tiir out tot pedestrlajr ers h iii i ATtavel Magazine i1JPeariiii the mit Lute Elsie LetS play M0 i f houso Ill be Use tedy of the h i Little Margte Aiid what iriU I l t ittle Els1ao yeci1lbeaso usre to call o a lfl Ws 0I- t laiL to M yPouCicais i4w WMt grasagrow7 LkLyThe grsk hssiI- se k citts i aa i s l4 DR1 fWON RgBIDEI4T DENTIST rTEETH EXTRACTED NiTHOUT PAIN l cu1a p MIr- sePtXOIZLD XX- A114 DUU YxxStrictl r Fktds DBJ c ilUDt Pkyiithi Lid SireoiIJ I omoowr8to9arn Y v lto2pm Offid 6 r Haydpns Drugstore JiamptonMD S 00kt ta Oiera totce ofIscrh L jfituceN 38 j WrFGRI6SBYS ATTORNEY AT LAW- 0Ih sir fe 44I J4Ek- ytj KY IIJPKl J1B BOBAZIRO8AR1S irif iT I girgensp r Oe ovsr 3 In gro l ery oppBrebyterian church f hDrcW WRaypiIsK- I4wAilsUtGEoL Haydon nobet QIrM iI 8011 Qrll SrrLt1Pbooe IOCS 115sf Residence 172 p JtMtN YMAYfSfU- IEBAl p lllHECTOR AID lcEKsm FM8AMER R w I= TELEPHONE DMI19NGHT 74 SffiUBFIELl ne KalPOiIdSchedul Following iii the time schedul now in effect on the Bardatown lId Springlield branch railroad Ikt 4ILeaye Louisville at all 430 pm Bardstown Junction 62 p mBrdstown606 pro t rrlye at tSpringfaeld 705 p m No 42 Leave Springfield att- c iiomJ3ardstown 607 im a Mr4siowu Junction 650 am irriTd atXx uiSYille 740 am ter 1 NO 48 Leaves Louisville at 620111 Bardstown Junction 830 am4 Bardstown 1100am irrivt Springfield 1230 pm o44Leavea priD tieldad 1 100 pm t Brd toW 220 pmMBardstown Junction 485 arrlYe at Louisville 545 pm xHo 9Q Sundays only ijeavee Bpiiti1dJ at 715 amBards ow8am Bardstown Junction 845 amt arrive at Louisvilled v tg5am 4 ho 91 Sundays only Ceaves Boawvillejit 6 pm Bard tQWD JlactioD 645 prm Brthtowu- rIO pmarrivea at Springfield r Jt51m 1 KlLLTHiCOUCA- uAM CURE THE LUNCS WITHflf1Kings a Ntw Discovery f I I FIJI c Br 1111tMi MlTIIMATIdfDlUNITIMMJIlEI fC UAftAXTUD BATIPAOTOZZ OK KOJBYFuIfDmC C JaSPtrQn Market t Mr jasper Whallen formerljj V J yfeijjrJjai Kearns ot LebaT l joYLKy li now associated wit1g W L Smith Market Streeit n3rdrand 4thLouisvil 1Jtt YtWe cordially VlteOQ3I rJ land your friends to cal Vl P when in the city and tbzcd us orders for any goods 1r 5 najneed r r t irM1MJ n i Pira Itttied In bond ftoo tIOper CISt l t l WfW1r ship to all points fron ltktmdvilIe House or fiom 42J 1 14 425 State Street levrAK TIf TJlnIof thII- J t1t IICracINI r i 1 Yi liiiii pletity of griiiv i of tbs bissi inII teItend W H Dqr fI IfflNJLocalo Happenings or Interest f Freshest and Latest t JAliut Yourself Friends I1a1Acquaintances r y tenantjforl nice candy McElroy Shader r Try a can ci breakfast syrup t is delicious McElrov Sha der A Dr t B Mudd hag sold his residence on Main street to DrI J Smock ftr 1475 I ftave for sale two jjersey bUlls old enough for service W H Leachman Red Band Brand candy the kiwi that repeats only 10 and l 0 dents per pound McElrojJ j hader il t FOR sALE4 family mare St aroid in foal to OHestnut TUarecjM1 ha e for sale a two year old- elding Will sell cheap Will Derringer near Valley HUt er shipment of Red Band brand candy just received prices 10 and 20cantsperpoundi McElroy Shader i lam out of saloon business i want to respectfully ask all owing me to come and- oettle JF0reen Free wita a poundoflOc Red t Band Brand candy a nice school i bag only one to acustomer I McElroy Shader sjYQju will find something to suitjbu in fall hats in ready to t ears and tailored hats 1 atD FoRSALEaOO good stock wes and 25 good Southdown bucks G LBrady Geo Cccanougher th- NOTICEI desire to notify thefl public that I am at the same oldb stand and am prepared to seryet kindsof soft drinks tlJWe are agents for the Mistle e brand of hams lard and breakfast bacon Nothing bet can be had McElrcy Shader Mr BD L ke the real estate ealer sold for William Lear his d farm one mile from Mackville to r Pave Simpson The farm contains 78 acres The price as not made public That good coffee thafc you rank ajb Shultz McElroys cooking xhlbit was the Chase Sanbourn kind McElroy ShadersoJeBgen s On Tuesday September 17th the new Masonic Temple arLebanon will be dedicated It will be a gala day for the Masons id a good delegation from thijs h place will attend NOTICEis hereby given that the 5 per cent penalty has been added to all unpaid school tax1 or 1007 which must bepRidinJ 0 days from date or a tax W rIifaht will be issued and placed iin t the bandyf the Sheriff OI i C WiiartonTrea The regular term of the Springfield Graded School openi i ed Monday with an enrollment of260 pupils Two new teachers are in the faculty this year hey ere Prof Kessner of VirIl inia whb will have charge of IdajMcOlure Sallie Carricos place in the Fifth grade the latter having een promoted to the Seventh grade The outlook for another prosperous year under the prin eipalship of Prof George Colvin bright and the school wilLre ceive support from pupils rom a distance as well as in the school district Successful Sale Messrs Brown Thurman held a successful sale of live stock onMonday at the farm off I H Thurman near tPWIJSix registered Angus Bull calves were Sold at from 40 to 75 each and six registered cows of the same breed sold at prices rang lag from 55 to 100 Ten tuTud horse aflccQltg were also sold at good prices Mules and mule oitorougttf air prices There aita i sold jtfJotof Jennets rfcfc colt belonging to the 1e ofiie late R J Mcglr oy TOPICS 1 I f WMW brought only fair prices ammounted to aboutt tjTqese Col T D English of count was the auc tioneer A Pleasant Occasion Last Thursday evening from five to six oclock Mr and Mrs James 6 McElroy entertained all the members of the McElroy family of Springfield with1 a lawn fete m honor of Mr and andMrs Emmott McElroy of Kansas City The guests were received by Mrs McElroy in the parlQr and from there were taken to the lawn where favors of Japanese fans were distributed among the ladies and gntIetnenaMminia ture drums and tin horns given the children A bench holding p1DS of suds and pipes had been prepared by tthe hostess for the enjoyment of the children for bubble blowing which proved as fascinating for the grownups as the little ones ard agorded much pleasure to all 4 e summer ouwiere watermelon was generously dispensed Was made bright by Japanese lanterns that also illumined the lawn The porch vas specially attractive with its bright rugs comfortable haIrs and pillows against a background of vites tfu nedI ver windows and plants banked against thwalln tbe spaces hat were not covered by brilliant tapestries Besides being a thoroughly enjoyable affair it was the occaj iGn of bringing together the members of one of the most in teresting families of ihis county eath ofMrs A dersoQf Mrs Rosa Anderson wife cf Deputy Sheriff S T Anderson djed at her borne in the county on last Thursday morning from e effects of typhoid lever aiidr childbirth She was taken with r about ten days before the irth of an infiuitatid Jiyed about wo weeks after that event but he ravages of fever proved too much for her system and the end came in spite of all that medical skill and careful nurstt ing could do The baby is livings and is etting along nicely Threhas not been adeath in this county that has caused deeper sorrow than that of rsJ l1eO w sa young jwffe and mother being pnly about 34 l years with a happy home and numerous warm friends The eepest sympathy goes out for the bereaved husband and the six little motherless children The deceased was before her marriage to Mr Anderson Miss osa Edelen daughter of Mr George Edelen She was a woman greatly admired for her manylovable traits ot character The funeral took place at St Rose on Saturday morning sheaving been a member of that church DEATHS Mrs West thewife of Mr Hundley West died sthcr home near town on last Friday from Itbe effects of childbirth Her maiden name was Bradshaw and she had been married to Mr West for abput three years The funeral took place from the Baptist church on Supday morn ing conducted by Rev Williams Mrs Milfred Don lly died on Saturday last at her pome in the Canary neighborhood after a tong illness consumption The deceased was a daughter of Mr Eli Mobley who died about two weeks ago She leaves a bus band and two children to mourn her death Mrs Ida Pile wife of MrJ Jess Pile died suddenly onlastMon day at her home near Booker this county Mrs Pile had been suffering with a slight attack Of tjpbbid fever but was not thought to be dangerously ill Shedied very suddenly of heart failure She was befole her marriage a Miss Moul and was a worthy young woman with many friends Her remains were buried at Camp Ground on Tues day HA good stomach is rather to abe chosen than great riches Mi onais guaranteed to cure all stomach troubles or money refunded Fifty cents a box Sold by the Red Cross lrug Store Early ni1I1 T o Elizabeth tthe little daughter of Mr land Mrs Irvine Adams iis ill of feyer at the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs W F Nekirk Albert Mudd who left here about three years 1go for the far West is at hpme for a visit tb his mother Mrs Teresa Ivludq EAl is now a resident of Seattlp J Washington and is prospering Miss Mary B ope Carpenter who has been visiting friends here for the last two week has returned to her home in Perry pi l1efMisses Mae Bell Gibbs and EllenV Gregory attended the Bardstown fair last SutnrdayI Mr and Mrs Frank Noe are visiting relatives in Southern Kentucky Miss Sadie Mayes and Mr Nim Tatham Sun day BUterwere i Mr and Mrs James Allen j of Bloomfield visited at the Palmer Grundy hon the first oftbe week WathenSimms was in Bards town Sunday i i Will F Simms and Byron Parks are in Louisville this week buying horses er field Sunday and Monday i Miss Nellie Green and Hugh Lee Smith attended the Bards town fair Saturday Mrs John YV Mayes and Mrs Lizzie Durrett are at Tatham Louis Kelly las gone to Owensboro to attendschool l Messrs Morrie Durrett Lester Gibbs John Kelly Parker f Medleyr Arthur McGill and CliffordRoberts took in the fair at Bardstown Saturday l Mr E R Davison Mrs Mart garet Peters and Mrs Morris Gifford of Louisville aecompaF niedthA remains of son to this place for burial Saturday Tfiey returned Sunday motumg Mr BenjMedley has returned j to Owensboro after a visit tpb lativps here Miss Laura Montgomery of Lebanon was here on Tuesday Misses Isabell Medleyl tandlj Nellie bimms nave gone to r Nazareth to attend school Miss Laura Baker has goneO o Bethlehem Ky to attend Messrs Theo Campbell and Walter Leachman haveflreurned t from a tripto Waterloo iowaM where they went on a prospecting tourfjMr T SMayes iis in Bards town this week attending to the opening of the new bank at that place Robert Mayes has returned to State College Lexington Miss NewJI McClaskey of Bloomfield is visiting her sis ters tilt Misses Brown this week v Rev W M Stalhngs of Smith Grove Ky was b ret one day last week Mr Palmer G McElroy spent Monday and Tuesday jn Louisville Mrs Ruby Smith and babs are visiting relatives in Warren county John Shuck McElrov Jack McOhord and Leo Simms left yesterday to attend school at Central University Danville Andrew Yankey has returned to Lexington to attend the State College l j On Friday afternoon Mrs JIC McElroy was hostess at Flinch totwenty fieof her friends Mrs T J Underwood whoc has been visiting Miss Zula Nally and other relatives jn the county will leave Sunday to visit relatives in Louisyille a few days when she will return It SpringsIM Moss have returned from two week trip on the Kentucky river fishing and boating Mr W C Grigsby of Bards town and Mrs Will Gri sbyof l llinoisvJsltedMrs J N ji Kelly the first of the ek1Little Miss Alice Haydon is very low with ivpnoid feyer at the home of Mr Irvine Wimsatt Misses Bertha Miller and Nell Bailsman have returued to their home in New Hope after a Visit to the home of Dr Trusty Miss Ellen Wathen after sev eral weeks vacation has resumed 4 her position wiTh the Robertson Qlaybrooke Co rl Mrs Mary Ros Bowling orJ t9Ui1iYillI1 e r vi11ttJ J sou and the Misss Young rrofiss May Booker who has been visiting relatives here several weeks will leave Satur clay for her home at Little ROCk Ark Mr G D Duncan has return ezl from a business trip to din cinnati f s Miss Flaget Simms has return ed to Nazarethsch ol Miss Mary McClellan after spending severall weeks with her sister Miss Minnie McClellan will return to Lebanon next Saturday to begin teaching school Monday Dr S C Gibbs and Mr Ezra Gibbs of Glensboro Anderson county spent last week with their brother Mr W S Gibbs Mr Edgar Willikms of Louis yille was a guest MissFannie McElroy overlSunday- Mr J R Claybrookeand family will move from their home otthe1ho0rmsbylwl1a ton audI Hi Thur man on COVlD ton Aye Mrs Katenplliam has moved in to her cottage just completed nonh of the Christian church on Walnut street jj Mrs Hiram McClaskeK vi tier sister Mrs Lizzie Durrett last week v Mr Lyman Barber one of the High School boys will go to Madison Wis next week where he will enter the Wisconsin Vni versity to study this winter Mrs E S Mayes Jr spent last week in Louisville Dr J M Burton has returned rom Danville where he visited his sisterwho has been very sick Miss Minnie McGfelMn will leave the latter part of this week o be absent two weeks 5n Cin cinnati and Louisville making p her millinery stock for the all season with Mrs Kate WilliamsOtho Hatehett of MackI ville has been engaged as clerk in the store of John Lily Bar ei Misses Effie Thurmond of Danville and 4 Nancy Rapier Bardstown who were visiting Misses Nell and Jennie Greene l last week have returned to their t pectye homes j Messrs W H Thurmond andtj rk Thralkeld of Danville i were visiting friends here SunijI day Mrs JD TurnerofLexingj ton who is visiting her parents r and Mrs JR Claybrooke a of East Texas gave birth to a- neboy yesterday morning Hisc a name is Claybrooke Turner I Mr Turner is here from Lexing l ton Mr Richard Wathen of Bkrds town Junction is visiting hiisisters Mrs T W Simms and Miss Ellen Watlien Mrs Jphn L Seaacy andI daughter Louise lefttoday Jorr their home at Nays Visa New i Mexicbafter spending the sunill with Mr Thomas ReedIi and Mr and Mrs M L Searcy b P S Barber Jrjhas gone to j Jasper Ind to attend school t Aif Ounce or Pewlion Is worth a pound of cure There are many poor sufferers Corasumytives who are hopeless of getting well who if they had takencare of them selves would be well A Cough is the foundation o I Consumption Bal1ardsHor hound Syrup will cure that cough Mrs S Great Falls Montana wites l have used Bal lards Horehound Syrup in my family for years my children never suffer with coughs Sold by the Red Cross Drug StoreIPUBLIC SALEOn Saturday Sept 14 at 2 oclock P M Iiwill offer for sale at public auction the meat refrigerator and tools used bv Gilbert Carpenter while he was engaged in business here v DeUaqa1penterI We have just received another shipment of Hyonlej the catarrh cure that is sold under unjlessit Sold by Red Cross Drug Store For Rent Thepwo story frame dwelling Ion West Main Street kpownas- th Casey property and lately occupied by W L McClellan pply to John W Lewis Atty A MiO ha stomach tablet taken ijefore meals will prevent iofistress or uncomfortable r nyII lugs Fifty cents a box TSold fe the Rd Orcsn Drug Store J A T iA special from Danville says John Williams and Ben Patter qon1 of the Stewart neighborhood in Mercer county while driying on Main street in this city just before noon today en gaged in a pistol duel causing wild excitement among pedestrians Each emptied a 44 cali ber revolver at the other and only one charge took effect that piercuig the arm of Mrs John Williams who was seated in another buggy iotb mfen were arrested The shooting was the result of an old family trouble which was J fought out in tbo courts Both iamiefs arepromi nent and the Maia street duel today created a big sensation Trouble had been feared forlr some time and both factions hao always been searched before entTriiigthe court room LostMfoidd Lstbetweeb 930 pm yes biiOUs1attackf headache This loss was ccaisioned by finding at Haydon Robertsons drug store aboxjoi Dr Life Pills the g3ranteed cure for biiiouseialarj and jaundice JAPAN IN LEAD OF NATIONS Nipponites Ahead In Civilization and Progress Says Professor Starrl Were not so much nftei ell for Ja jMin leads the world In civilization and progress Tbe Jiipahcse were better off sixty years ago than either them selves or the Americans are today This statement Was made recently by Professor Frederick Stdrr of the University of Chicago In a lecture to his anthropology students says the Chicago RecordHerald Tbp irofessor declared that the introduction of lane vatlons into America and Japan has checked their progress but that Japans still In a position ahead of any oth er nation 1t is not true that the AngloSaxons Jeai the world hesntduJapanlni the top place Progress Is that which tends to the general diffusion of happi ness and the Introduptlon of things from the outside in an attempt to gtt nhead is a mistake 1 Tliere is nothing more horrible to the world than the slums of our cltle and the slums of cities In f1urope There Is not a condition la the wildest = and worst part of Africa that will com pare with the condition of the white rowds Chinas crowded population ti much better off There tire many very poor Chinese but they are much better off than the very pcr Ainerlfc nns 4 ult is also n mistake to think that Immigration will hurt America The exclusion laws are a mistake Neither the Italians nor the Chinese are dan gerous elements The only govern ment that has continued uninterrupted for4 4000 years Is the Chinese govern nent HOUSES OF PORCELAIN Sheets of Glazed and Decorated China to Replace Brick and Stone The dweller in glass houses may be more or less fabulous Idea but the dweller In a china house will soon be common persoiige says a London- able dispatch to the New York Amer 001buUtto build cheap simple and cleanly houses with sheets of porcelain instead of bricks and slate and concrete aod to dispense with paint waR paper and prIn cleaning I The porcelain used for building this Utopian house is produced jy jo new petbod In sheets about an inch thick out quite as strong as a brick walL Its made of a mixture of Cornish clay d French flint bowlders An certain proportionsj The rnw material tis worked into a1 liquid state then pressed and rolled Into sheets When dry the sheets cane Idecorated in colors by hand or by printing process The final process Is glazing and firing used In thb ordinary potters trade Glazed on both sides the porcelain walls reduce construe don and interIor decoration to eimpUC ity Itself The outslde and inside wal of the house have decorative scbemex 4 burned into them indelibly before the Iihouse is put together Cleanliness is one of the srea test merits of the porcelain ho1 tWnter and Wash leather only are needed to replace the annual household terror known as spring cleaning DAVID HARUMS OF POLITICS London Paper Fearla Bryce Is No Match For Roosevelt and Root The London Outlook professes to feel a certain anxiety as it looks forward to Tames Bryces tenure of his ambas sadorial office It regards Mr Bryce as an Incurable Idpalist who is likely to suffer In Washington as in Dublin frum contact with the realities that tlhwnlt uItto iyrite admirably on the American common wealth It is another and vera en duTerent thing to uphold the interest of the empire against American tatem Ils men When it comes to a matterof la toternatlonalalandMrone would watch a New England farmS er in the muses of a Jiorao dents thAyFatherYis an optlwistloAil optimist my son is a man JIbe1l6vesthepredictions are favorable and who con gratulates himself on its unreliability when they the nof Washington Star be Itr Hours foThismarked the Jeweler as be handed the giwatchj wNonsenserCant I see for myself that its houra Jare numbered1j Not InheritedflFond PapaMr baby says such art bright things Dyspeptic TJnclerAnd yet yoq want me to believe In this rot bodt heredity Baltimore Amerlcau Garrlck tried to aWlisU prologues lahd epilogues butthe ntdlnce eLht- stwouId 4 l j iiconantii ad I t riL ok ITheDelightfulrjng of tJeSd fft IRwiWsoonbehardagajn t 4i i 1 I t III i I A s4 I I I1and1tFrockIIOther things in our line before istarting to idiLJ tffwould be awful glad tfJOUrd We have just eceiyeda Urge wplMDtof Jf J I flowpnceaon11rrJteyeT line Boys SbirbJH tfapl Shoos and Hose = at It ti J New Dress GdfII t i 4nCotton and Woolen Fabrics jjuq m iui6a t Ie forGirl Wear t f tc 1 1PIIf you want a stylwh and at tint a eomfortableandKood1weariatJaMe carry the largest SjWCK Of SHOES IinCntralKrgucky f Trunks Suit Cases Etef Nev Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes and BaM Bfg 4 Soaps Combw Brushes Towels aid everythiBfc 4 needed by School Boys or G rls except school book It will pay you to trade at tbs Big Store and bidwjll highly appreciate your patronage IiThe RobertsouO1aybrookeCo1I tl p t INCOEPOKATEP jl I t ftI f f i ii = iiI 1 m e i t tee Must llae oomi 1In order to make TOOBI for FALbXSQODS ewillclogoutalIStJMMERGOOli A Great Sacriflce For Casl r Ladies Shirt Waists Skirts Muslin Wear Lawns and other Summer E Goods at greatly Reduced Prices i i Ladies Oxfords y F osiiiand WHITE SHOES A r y d Mens SummerCiothingat alCBaiowif Oxfords and other Summer Wear for Men Is GRUNDY fl VnTVTTDI t I f tj iJ m t Ducks on the farm Ifl raising ducks 01 n farm it Is note usual practice to make much differ lce between the feeding of them and chickens As a general thing ducks require more animal food than chiCk- s Corn bread made up with milk very good for them and any sort of eat scraps They should be allowed run on grass As a rule they eat most any sort of food A Kry Pelftter Dont become JuhUHt over the tact at you have R entt Mya double liked eggff It saot fcrjbic nor le your credit It meias that h Is et- f condition that you tare feeding toe eavy a teed of a very fattening ma ture Cut It out IDiarrheaI Lambs suffering from diarrhea shoi given a doae at castor oil 1a bellowed with twelve drams of plte- pared chalk one ilraHi of peW J f i nger and one 4emkf lauJauiMBu pt C His Oaly CPdis bme years ago Pi1lllpa Jieks w rccoTerlrig teem ao n1eMltaM w ung hlmseU to all v Q Ipgenoll called Tha 1 tolved him at Mft Itthlayry miciy lIIikl Mr liMtbut why io you IWli FH deny yors K to yd r friipfcr It Iis thIs wayW foal coafldcat V ee mJ h3 nc twtlot lost ClMttJat t 7i A rLa ilttNltl aC uPJarsey Oklik1 t1Mt1a cuSs vesi aid receatly l Io M 1M s ta oted as retirl ctm thps- I IB tWtaftecalwic kYItI eye aad It takaa cMwUacmbte to get IN shape ugaki My with as autGCpSI7t- 1 iii wmuMrK aad I h4e a y a ceiitr5etWetoQ tbesw- t VaMecblIt Cup tets1irhkh lies bad such a j cipfei t dtaatoMythstIS rtticc aM weth c fros the a iMt ofily rom tte e4rcmf budi racks ftatww I i- IaitoaSs cMftasMla iMMlMair to MOM Ifeao v a ker aai iMy W MWI IK am oeea 1 sjpi rfad race I iMMt Mjr at pa wIiRrKartbsTSakttatcpra Bat ft l wkb iWa t am esct M tu7tI t If- iMi aw w so tb M t TMxi d r ft at w ot s afesd wa R tIstths 1- f1 flW at 3r r 7 1 t tor at rHI was IIIlT a sgpt M- wW Wit M a asat Ia t4k tha IM ka as rmrtt ot 0 e CIpJIIwj 17 r tIj L H LD W1A NEW HOME r iet Y t MP4I1171 S4C IATIO1 IS nv f fNw d MkI4i 2 I w tj the tmendatoy exressions tt MY t State Doard at irtdt iipljfU action In tie pur iiwMi frow poHJitlas park Jockeyl Ckb I tods ad buildings la + the i tlieata of Kentucklans as f wirtle tifire willlbe nothing but ptatttfts jiwko clat the OUte Fair to 1osisyIlle tPt IS to 21 Those who vpw e tooi ifully into the matter and- y iciiUly tfapW hOar acquainted i4tk the iiiiI1iI5iandgroLnd do not idl MIspt i hatfJb 4r enthusiasm kk accorJ thlproaomcethe ilcirton mpffit just one fl rA o Xeituky State Fair is a tte tIwkJtetiom created by the 3ener M Asweilfty and oiqratd bwra body IUeet t Its crltlclsmsandsuppdrt 1 edby a t teapprQprJattonevery citi 4 2 ha 113 the fight and should exercise 1ftto faape4 1 cIosel thebulidinga and Jar9UHi tfcal have been bfught as a 4f petaaeat 4 nome for the State Fair f Tfcey wlH Tkav this pppprjtunity during tHFj M c grettatyst beginning Sept JC fi5 lttijeI hfye been given oyerjt fv v tMr erhiMtio lJ r3 gb Ta rcplKrfJMlIn for such nnltt t 1kii f4r brief description will bej gYen JTba grounds cover 129 acres and thieJlmprrovementg being both new andBio Jem are worth inejccess1 r of 2tllMD1here Is ah immense fcrmnd iclot steel and concrete anti V exe ileatly constructed stables both tijr for exkiiltlon purposes and for stall FX wse Tlw ae at all fimilfar with Louis Tllle kdw that thpm11e trackI1s V 4 ack Qwl dgpd to be the fastest for j trotting exMbiUons OIl this country IttTr 01 1 aiot In the world There isa splendid oC good grass and large trees ttot 11iIfUdtwl ed throughout the grounds i vantages might be ienumer r fate bit among the greatest is that J Tiittraiuipprtatlon facilities Both steam 1aili ei trfc are unsurpassed The 1LoulavU l Nashville Railroad cOr0 j tpallY fimis the fair grounds xm their I main lhe and has A Switch running i tbefulfiniillt of side making the gro4in2most accessible toalF S exhibitors Every exhibitor f j jtrecognize In this a great advant crowds that are expected to at ej tend theg fllf wlllbe adequately 1 1handled by tho streetcar company which operates a snort Schedule car liy t m9niiouble tracks direct to the entrance only twentyfive mInutes be- consumed in a trip from the heart the city A loop gives to the street comp ny a place to stare 100 bo1bo1Ing at a time Carriages and automp n gala entrance pjff of a Veil stntted boulevard running into fair groundsand Intersecting at the otfiertend a half mile away the j4 Grand Boulevard which js an xtensioff 1asenue 1 f ffifflE RUBBER TREE IfHow tIs Milk Is Treated After the Tappcef i Vara Tubberis obtained from nilargs tree sixty feethigh The trees are tap r ped in the enlngand the juice Is ccilfected on the following morning A 4 deep horizontal lucisiptiv Is made near the base of lbS tree and then from it vertical one extending up the trunk pwith othersat short distances In dr IobUque direction Smali shallow cup made from clay and dried ta the sin f f are nlaced below the incisions to re 1 celve the milk each cup being attidi i ed by sUcking a piece of soft clay to t the tree and pressing the cup against It Each tre yields only about six t ouBtfeBjbf uIcln three days To produce the rubber the Juice Is t 1eatc4lnth following manner A I ptececof wood about three feet long with H flattened clay maid at one end of It fo dipped in the milk or this Is placed over It as evenly as possiblel The Milk fs then carefully drled by turning tie mold round and roupd in rwhl vapor obtained by heating cer taloily palm nuts the vapor being coafin l within tertflln limits by th- orI narrojrness of the neck pf the pot 4r Tralck flue uuts nrc heated EaCh layer of rubber J3 allowed to become fifci before adding another 1 practiced aaM can njake live or slsp6nndsan Iwir Kewj york American i 7EA ING TROUSERS At OM 1nM tCutom WasRard- a irieijrug tit Vili MsureSly jCem mQ etlan tyaago that at one time and not so lOng ago the wearing of trousers waj retarded us irreligious r The fact that In October 1312 ap order was made l and Trinity coll 5ges barorchapelln man I Iwho appealed in pan talooasi or trousers should be consid ered aK ab entJs startling enough butt It would aiipear that eight years later bthe found rs of a Bethel chapel at Ebefteld liieerted a clause In the trust seed ordaiuins that under no clrcum tances wj mtever shall auy preacher 4 l e allowed to occupy the pulpit who Iweare trou sere Tkiii Is t triklayr but it Is even more IfipresBive to Jlndtthat the Rev Hugh Boanae on s of the two ounders of the tI Primitive ilethodlst Connexion said of mbr cofPunier That trousers wearing i t1 iier ilrlnk ng Clowes will never get to 1 heaven Had it would need a student f fvtkeiBneches Bible to say precise lyr wizen tl assumed connexion be t1r treeirtlie ogy sad trousers began and 1wre thf Heparture from It will endr X Leo NotMind Queries jz Iat10 the awearanc qf salons teen In t1hx a lile taitfeiaw tOO kltch i xl= = t ana eni wnere tuero td a lvtt l uJff flpthlngj particularly historic but reality there Is In 1550 B C Mosei Ask enc ll anything which Is uh Tory be eateiTwithbut salt The JeWIlnamlent times wereL jiandeii to use salt in their Sn omtt eiddQtus bpm 4S4 BC notes that tbe Egyptians preserve J meat fish and towhby steeping them m brine The Hebrews InvarUibly rubbed DEny bora babies with a solution PC salt to har2e stlie iklu klf1the ttynntli Jrpf ut stdndlsb seS Wherever balttstspoken of In ancient Writings it Is In most emphatic Ian riiage showing tub great Importance possessed for our forcfotli r2 Pear t kTLWi4S wcrH tRqUBl tondbns troufile iiyher fopr Tokyos tronUie Is earthqLakes In l her worst 200000 residents were killed The mistral Is the trouble of laN sellles an CSt wind that Increases the citys death rate 50 per cent ant theI lbUbonlcplugue lt bny Each city pays to beE trouble an annual tribute of 0000 souls Bagdads trouble Is the Bdgdad but irn ii sore that attacks practically Qvory resident mid visitor leaving a luttou Kho ed permanent scar Tadrlds tfbuble is the solano tt sum flier wind from the southeast It Is ceedingfy hot and Is accompanied b l7IJ05 pr 110 degrees all windows must be closed Philadelphia Bulletiuj The pf Chcistry Jfihemlstry did not become a science rin other words chemistry proper did riot existuntil the seventeenth con tury and lt was as late as the middle of the eighteenth century before Jt be gan to amount to much The old al chemy undoubtedly contained the germs or aIeistth possibilities pf the present day chemistry but beyond this the relationship between the moil ern science antI the ancient delusion ta sllght Indeed Still it cannot be- ned do that ftpna In thfoo1ishJsthtreli Cdrjhe P lJO sOl Ibers Ste ankh tho Elixir of Life that men first hitfupoii the discoveries which were destined to develop Into the great science of to layvyNOw York American Tho Sarcastic Cabby f The London bobby Is notorious rotI Overgrown feetnmi hands Llkewisp the Tiondon cabby is generally ac Credited with hover being at a loss for Al reply One day at bobby JIf dU1fI nls hand majestically to halt a cabby l tCn1Dldntl Jenmnded the bobby i1 tIM see the Sky darken a moment but my qrse was shYIn at your feet ietdrted the cabby as he whipped d u- ptndytouLondon Uraphlc The Danosand the Raven Perhaps the Danes selected the men forthcb standard out of feeliugs of gratitude for before the Invention of r nT4rever it he did not be returned to the loip London ChronIcle Equajy ulpoaljle 1j can say for myself that Ii never IniC bc mOan euaughto 1et ahother- vvpmans cookn way fljh rJr Neither have I but I must confess that once or twice I have tried to work out cook off prijisonie of my neighbors f Shut Him Off VTwt lire you ttaking for your cold1 Nothing Nothing But my dear fellow t NothIur I say not den ativIc FIne day l 1t 1hi1nstrilJ3lts HE HAS 100000 DM Moines Bachelor Begs Police to Save Him From Women Women are about to overpower and marry H J Higglns a bachelor with f100000 who lives Jn Des Moines la So persistent ben their courtship of hlm that he has called on Police chef Toms for protection i MI want tobe let alone he told Chief Toms but the women here do aot give mea chance to spend one hour in peace They write me letters nnd send me presents and skirmish around anti try to meet me I have just beep worried so much I am losing fiesb Look at me Hero I am and thin and aJJ worii out dpdglng men I dont want to marry pillettYOUISill protect me I shall not Please Mr Toms detail an iing9rn to protect ate J CIbulldozedCI against the women who love me but look what it would cost Why It would keep nil the lawyers In Ucs Moines b isj writing documents for a montl and about the time I bad the first relay served another bordcwoahl be camping on my trail Higgins is a tuna of middle age and uindsonuLA Maker of TnUrf Yes Miss Gay Is creiit at keepIni- the conversational ball roljlng Why I didnt suppoF she was a great talker She Isnrt but the things she does keep the other women talking Kcw Qrleans TimesDemocrat Ilurnl Iuxurr Cant we put In a lgig distance teinI phone for you Mr Oatcake asked 1the solicitor Well1 replied the old farmer I IsIallklu time u l Bent a boy out of a dime and th6 crime will never outlaw i Comparison may not be a detraction btit Jt Is certainly a half sister h The truth with unselfish people Is they are liable to brag about It 1There i only one way In this world to Jet your Own way inslstpron it 6 9S- 000A 1 yyXi 11re dfecf fCpit Emulcion on thin 6 pucbMtningILp f happyIOifypophosp1utestS i t I difwtedmMX DRUGGISTS l BOp AND SlQOA H4HL For ThinE PoorBlood I You can trust a tri dicineO tested 60 years Sixty yearstt of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sarfsaparilla tiie original Sarsa parilla th6 Safsaparilla the doctors endorse for thinblood weak nerves general debilityt nut eT n this grand old medicine cannot do lit best work It the liver inactive and the bowels constipated For the best powlMe re cults you sbnuld take laxative doses of Ajert PilI while talciug the San1parU1aI uIBMd by c7ez Co Lowel11ot A Also iU19tUOI ot liers PECTORALt tCRaggy We have no aeereUl We publtttt Ithoformulas of al our medlcinei AO National IIoTIdny We have 110 national hiilidays nut even the Fourth of July Of course diat boliday like several others Is pa iional in the sense that it Is obsqrved ill kover the country but not in the sense that it has been made a holiday by pn net of congress Congress has rot to pass an net mnklnga legal ay In the states tlttt power Js d In the state legislatures Conv make n holiday in the trIct gress of Ill Colunlaand at all pOsts In aU buildings thaLeloni to the DisII holidayrnment but to make 1 In any state there must be 01 8 the legislature to that effect Eye Thanksgiving day Js not n national r1fdaythe president merely recom t mends that it be observtfU There area few states in which the day is not a egal holiday Chicago News JTote It Down We nIl have bright friends mhosei opinions are valuable to us In r ItIto our reading They seldom recbm mend books that are not well worthwhile and yet at times we forget the hooks recommended by these helpful eaders Just when we might be able to and them This item Isa reminder to svrlte down such recommendations pf rood books to read at the time when they are made Keep a little list orIoooks tOread and then wizen selecting for a vacation a birthday gift or tboIlolidays you will not be at a tossStiKlcholas Game Kor Little People A good game from tho kindergarten Leads to accuracy and discrimination In the use of the JcnsesSe cralobjectsj are grouped on a table ajzhild Is bUndIfolded one object Is reinbved the child tens which Is gone ConnnilruniH Why did tha scarlet rmiuer run Be ause the dog rose When did tut linker bake When tho oaf or loaimlJWily did tlie voal suttleDecausoI iie tongs wers si appy ltlarchifna Song Bring the comb uijdplay upon It Marching hire we come Willie icks Ills highland bonnet Johnnie betts th drum vf AInrJ Jane commands the party t Peter leads the rear Fect In time ntCtad Each a grennfllorl fieartytt i All In the most innrtlal manner MarchIng double quick t While the napkin like a banner Waves upon a stick Heres onouph l of fame and pillage INov111 Lets en ttfcme attain Flower Game Distribute pencils anti give eaab guest a card With the following num pered questions on It and room to wrIts the answers Each question must beI unswtred by the u nof a tlower tor plant The one giving tho most cor rectt answers wins the prize 1 My first means mysocondon her toot Ladys slipper 2i A gay ferocious animal Dande iionq 3 Farewell to his sweetheart For petnienot 41 A church official Elder 5A Roman numeralTIvi 0 What a fortune hunter wishes tc ilarlgpld 7 Time for afternoon ten Four clock ttlo8 What father says In the morning 9 My first a weapon my setonI wheie money is made Spearmint 10 A fashionable color frevcnlns wear heliOtrope 13 Familiar name for a physlclafi Pock 12 A Very precise lady Primrose 13 My first In the dairy my second on the ten table XButtcctip 14 Her pet panic for- him Sweet tV llllam 15 Comfort in sorrow IIcartseasoe 1 Game of Forestry Each guest Is furnished with a leaf which Is pl nedonns a buttonhole bouquet If fresh lottos are not In season drawings of various kinds of leaves may be substituted No one Is to tell what kihd of leaf he possesnes but cch Is to write down a list of the Jlffcrent varieties he recognizes dee 1 orating his neighbors When those lists are completed ana collected pin n slip of paper xmtalnng the name pf sonao- tree to the back of each person pres ent In his effort fo discover what tree he represents each may ask any one else questions concerning It an werable by Ycs oruio Followjng this 1iiiay be1 a contest of verso making Allaw n set time say ten or flftesii minutes for each per oiv to write a poem or verse taking for his subject the tree lie represents Judges are appointed to decide upou tthe bes e poem the lists most zearIy- completOdziptltljol first on9ta discover uiine of the true pHihcd hIIthe lrlzs jouid be dmeJbOOks auts or small oyenta mude of wood IrhnecPThe at 3ry Is tpW of a lank discons durinrftljestcP3fwltIt 1tn lu fenstof sorne8ort Do you know wilds talkiirg In there brisklypziuising J 1IngI l outsriIdlb t 111t1lte VTiat about asked the stranger InwerdJ r erosa fala lorelicad l e1 WH rIS THE SOIL xtent of This Precious but Limited Surface Material If you were asked to name the most Important of mineral substances you would doubtless hesitate for a moment OfJconiOfJ IllidSfllitiCfiQtmixture of ground up mln tirals which we call thbsoU Man could make shift tq live and JlUi1QutcLy life depends upop the little film of triturated rock that is sptend ocr The surface of the globe In the form of earth The constituents of thl are metamorphosed into the substance orI plants and ultimately into the tissues of mail himself Properly to understnndth mtitter however Ifllltst be comprehended that the soil is no Important part of the earths structure except from d strictly Ihuman standpoint At best it is only a little film of material frayed off from the jacket called the earths crust IQn giant of such size that the earth were to him what an appje is to us the soil would be no mortr ihaii the bloom on the poach With his handkerchief he could wipe off the films of water that we call oceus like so much dew and polish vff the soil as we TUb the bjpora from an ripple clear down to the rock foun dations without changing appreciably the size or the weight of his toy serape away tilE entire crust of edith so far as known to us IlG be but to remove an infinitesi shell anti the total bulk of air nu aRgrcga7es only 7 per ten shell Yet the ocentis tihe earths surface and tllre itS meosurcd In human tent nilles in depth Hpw then shall we qstimnte the insfgiilficance of that little powdering of soiL only a few feet In thickness that Is dusted ever the remaining twofifths of the eaiths- cIustAppletous THE FLIRTING LOBBY Feminine VisUors fo the English Horse of Commons Women visitors to tiu Sngllsb hocsn it commons arqrclegai d to the amv seclusaoii of n gallery provided with 9 reIWY iron grating Wizen n gentle bum r conrersitionand light sugiiter floats down from the ladles gull t7 memucrs look up Vnd see through the ntes Ices of the heavy gvatlmr dpU cute tints ot soft fabrics th bioom o- fltllr c ieck or the gleam of a burn hltclvrm AmuHcinent and curiosity pf course bring the ladles to the house of corn mons caunet be the oaly JJThenlOU fair visitors would hanl ly tiouble to array Kiemsclvss in such ravishing evening toilets merely to sit lu the gallery Ht lighted den whose dresses art Hot seeii to ad Vantage Xb doubt it was itlI a vfew to ibo prevention of tlirtItz that the rats was laid ddAvn that Ifu member desires to converse with a lady In the gallery he may do so fqx five minutes piily Mcjm liS especially the young and Impto slonabfe make Crcquuut visits to the tJge Of course it is fdr the puri ow of pointing out the celebrities on Ole benches belowIBut Irln doing so lio should exceoU Jive minutes tbe gallery attendant It enftypwered to call his attention cour tccnslr but firmly to the fact that h has itsHyed his limit It Is tu be feared that ibis official in evening tress with a chain and badge dlteu aitcrrupts by his Tifnes up slrV whisperings of soft nothings In the la lilta gallery or the illrtlngjobby ne t hasbwn nicknamed London La tUes Ssalta- Viackerrtchmldt Corning to Americjr The zinuouutemrut tIitCerge UoeL tnschinldt the wrestler is coining to this country soon has xausod a flurry among the itrofesitonals aed tthe Amer- Ican grappler all want n piuce ot Hacks guide George Baptlste once a well known wrestler has been In cominnnleatloa with lltiokQhscumldt for saute tlmo Biiptlsto fl4 now iISt Louis business man ttI ha willing to hid 10000 for a cliaiuptonshjii iniitrh tliare be tween the American chanipUm and the IlxiRjilan Lion Cidtch My he lIs svlll lag Fred Bertl would lIe tb tvckle nock stud IVilri JlrflfulUUf mint jmothiir whir rtIny or VtcV t I wonder what the poH meant when Oe said 4ItkutsIng4 biI hton as they take their flight remarked the curl otis niBti rerhnps Jib inoant srnglo biesicrt ness replied the man who was un uapplly miirrledrilpustou Post The Rahof of It Well finally gummed up the our age to Sltftlt to her father last night I tell you U was a great relief Gee What lid he sax 7 Ohyoul11limulelsUmd me He wnsht In PbJladelphia Tress = i The Cause of Many t r Sudden Eeathst There is a disease prevailing jn this countrv most diuiuerqns because ileceo thc Mtiivitiieiid- Oathis are ezuised- by ithtert din ease Hiemnuniu lUfart failure or poplc are often the result of kid iitey diaoHse If jkiduey trouble is laliowed toalUaiice iheliulneypoison cd blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the blntldcr or the kidneys theniselvcs breakdown and wnsttj away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result frqin a dertlufelllcntqf the kidneys and a cure iis objt iinctl quickest by a proper treatment of Uie kidneys If you are feej ing badly you can make no mistake by tithing Dit Kilmers SwampRoot the remedyItscalding pain iu qms injj ltp and over comes Urn unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day1 thereffect of Swani Jloot is soon realized IIt stands the highest for its wonderful cascsImid is tludJsample bottle of this wonderful liew lis it1fmer Co Biughaintpn N V Wheii vriltng mention reading thin generouj offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the iianieSwamp Root Or Kilmers SwampRoot suit the address J3wghuutOll N Y on every bottle r J a SAILS THROUGH SKIES NJw Knabenshue and His Pas sengerQarrying Airship KENTUCKY SlATE fAW fLIGHTS WeekjWill GoUn Daily During Se1t16A Description of the Aerial Wonder This In brlof describes the passen gei carrylng airship just Invented by Captain Roy Knabenshue of Toledo 0 the first American to master the problem ofaorlal navigation Captain Knabenahue will personally appear at tire Kentucky State Fair to beheld In Louisville under the auspices of the Stat Board of Agriculture during the wee of Sept 1C and present to the public the first passengercarrying air ship Iin the worlds J history Many years have Jean devoted by Captain KnaUcnshue toward the perfection of a c that will sail the uncharted l frt It was he who made the firs t jfllgh an alt sWo f America Thi feat Was accomplished In October lMifat the St Louis Worlds Fair and attracted the attention of tile civil zed world Since then he has worhtl assldubusly to the end now at tainfd Midnight oil was burned alt last winter in putting his Ideas gether and at last his efforts are crowned with success At a great expenditure his services and those of lila passengercarrying airship have been secured for Ken tucky Stat Fair His only appearance in Kentucky or Southern Indiana is to d the metropolis of the made L State during Stain Fair week inueeu he is to make only five other appear ances during the year two of which wll be Iti New York City sailing over Manliatten Island and at the James town Exposition sailing over Hapton Roads Easily the engagement u Captain Knabenshue and his passen gercarrying alrsalp are the biggest attractions secured by any State Fair in the country The secret of the Invention Is being guarded closely by the Toledo man but he has Jbnsentad to give to thol public a brief description The ves sel as a whole has but a faint resem blance to he smaller vcrafts bf the kind whidi have heretofore been shown In this country There tnIan elongated gas bag constructed of thousands oZ yardsof imported sill of the finest texture which has a ca paclty Qf more than 20000 cubic feet of hydfpgtn gas glvjng to the craft a lifting power of 1800 pounds Thi envelope is 120 feet in length ant something lllio J5feetln diameter Benccpitb efaVelope Is the carrying j car feet in tenghand very closely resembling an ordinary streetcar On either side arc two mammoth aero planes with which the wind la resist ed and the vessel propelled Tire ttfecret of Captain Kriaben shucs success probably lies In the two Delicately constructed engines of 20 horsepower each which furnish the driving power These enable tit a craft to Isall through the air at a speed pf about mites an hour when all jsicalm This velocity is reduced j tto 40l miles an hour in a moderate wind However Captain Knabenshue is able to sail under practically al most any weather conditions He sits at the bow of the vessel guiding I in Itsjourney while cushion scats arc provided for the passengers Visitors to the Fair who desire 1o make trips with Captain Jn will be accommodated AS fast as pos sible Those who are timid and can only stand antI view with amazement t the marvelous product of mans skillj ant Ingenuity will have an opportun- Ity ota close inspection of the alt ship which is to occupy a large aero drome when not In operation POINTED PARAGRAPHS Chcerfulricss is a great aggravation to nh angry man Neatly overyone Uilnks he is a goofl judge of human nature soil cant do anything very well If you dont want to do It It Is uot dliileutt foi prove ypn crf rlgnt froinyour own lppjnt of view How people economized In the old dnys Hut not ninny people do It novt Borne men would do wonderful things If saute little Ullneocle41ot 1Iult110 way When a boy wants a favor from hit parents he anks his fathers lcrml doD and tells his Inother he Is going to do Jlt The average fiIendshlp is wrcclad upon the fart that the average pet eons idea of a friend li some rie lit can impose upon Atehjson Jloba Ourro Drivers Carry Candles III Mexico till vehicles be they handcart automobile or anything between must carry a light at night This rule or law Is rigidly enforced Even the drivers of the poor ilttla burroor mule carts on their two wheels must carry ta Uplift So rather titan tiny lantern which cost money they take a din candle nnd wrapping It In a bit of Upwspapor ifr shield It from the wln1 carry It In their left hand as they drlv along homeward rout work after eves ilag tins fallen The effect Is striking as the light failing strongly on the In dian driver throwfcjtiip face of the jriao into strongfcllef against the darkness Modern Mexico English Jurorsl Romuncratlorii The scale of rutnunemtloii pf English common jiirynen is absurd In Ii clvlJ case In England a common juryman 1Is allowed 5 shillings 12 a day for n tewthi1t Is fort Inspecting any projv erty or thins In dispute but otherwise he Is in Jaw not entitled to any re muneration It is usual however the high court to give him a fee otl shilling and in the counties S pence Special jurymen receive tnuch hlghei rcnuineratlou The fee In the county court Is i shilling n case luthe imfj ors court 2 iieuce find lii the Lcnidou BberUTs cout4 penceM3hamberji J1OUrnlIO Necessary Motions 1EOLOOk ntthat woman on the oth er side of the street Avaviiig lipi hands i jtlXut her hendl Is slut practicing t l iijaiiui vujnnyi ouujuurujr nn Shes lIes r1bltg her new hat to the other woman Jn Inference When r nvrnke MID the operation J t frt 09 If I vns 1itilnr tiiFy u mn t lnp tYwht that T had been unsueeessful Smart Set vIORKOF THE LUNGS i What Has Happened When an AthlU j GbWinded TIme footbalf natch Is stopped Man hurt Take tluid Wtbese are Hit expressions be1 heard when a player Is wlnd dBut why has he col lapsed Why Is he gasping for air A few tact concerning the lungs will explain matters XDU have 200 cubic Inches of air 10I 11atcan you are unable to breath out all the air It would be bad for you If you could for your lungs are In a kind of bag Prick this and the tlungs col lInpse The footballer has had too much air knocked out of him No wonder he gasps for the atmosphere Is pressing on his Vhesi at the rate of fifteen pounds to the square inch He has lost some Qt the air Inside which should press against the pressure out ske What about the work of the lungs Suppose the word laundry Is used Instead That is Just the Idea Too Impure blood tar lsto the lungs quite dark red ila color The reason Is that It contains much carbonic acid gas Try breathing through a tune Into some llmewat r Notice tie clean wa Itert becomes milky This gas ls con tiuunlly passing from the blood Into the lungs You have to breatHe six or eight times before the air reaches the bottom of the lungs The firs breath only gets to your Collar sjbud The pxyge you have Inspiredt meets some carboniC add gns and they change places Down the Oxygen goes till It meets the air cpus Imagine a prison cell with a transparent door The blood as it were san see the oxygen Right through thtj skill wall tire oxygen passes The carbonic acid gas also passes out into the lungs to be fX plrpd i iviit Jnnd taking away ijiuu ii ILLL Yourblood Is full of small live bodies corpus l 5 and these will take as much oxjgtjn as you can give them The blood Isohnppy when It obtains some of this gas that It changes Its tcolor from park Ho light red Away It goes round the body and In a minute or two conJes back to the lungs with a fresh carlO of impure gas In one day you breathe out 15000 cubic Inches of this Impure gas Weigh It and there are six ounces of solid carbon There Is enough material for a dozen lead pencils Put this fact In another way iou will breathe oUtJIn ope yea131 pounds of solid matter perhaps as 1much as you weigh Where does It nil gr1yon ask Whut about the trees and shrubs They are principally made of carbon Perhaps a tree coutaliis some parts of whati was once man sA microscope will show you holes on 1the under side ofo teat At certain galilromhumanInto the Interior of tire leaf Nowva leaf Is green because It corn tains million of clilorophyl bodies these sake the carbonic acid gas izit iif you will the carbon abd set fao ccygan free to be rcbreathed by fap4rcanon8 Wcekjy A Curious Church The most singular church in thel ivoria Is probably SL Johns at Davos Plate in Switzerland Davos Pints Is aver 1000 feet above sea level and Is araous as u winter resort for con 1mfItywludsSt Johns church Is a very small building but nevertheless Jt hiss two steepJes One of these Is much larger than the other towering hlgb j above the church and presenting a emost slugular appearance being twistIed a ter tie manner of a corkscrew The steeples contain some fine chimes which In ancient times were used to duud stlie alarm when there wus Ithreatened Invasion of wild animals Amphibious Man Man becomes almost amphibious in certain regions Temperature permit ting he swims as well dives better than many animals better for In stance than any dogs The Greek sponge fishers and the Arabic divers must have sight almost as keen below otterTheyItrol the consumption of the air supply In their mugs The usual tlrao for a hppopotamu to remain below water jI flvo minutes The pearl fisher can emaln below two and a half minutes In a tank a diver has remained under water for four minutes But tempera ture marks the limits of mans amphlb Ions habits London Spectator Would Keep It Down Tho late Bishop Dudley of Ken tucky could administer j delicate re buke but usually took palnii that the 1poln should be obvious A wealthy but unusually stingy member of his hprch told tuba lie was g1ng kbott J have nearer been on the ocean said tho old skinflint to the bishop aud I thould like to know something that will keep me from getting seasick You might swallow a nickel re tponded the bishop t A Sushi Error surseoulecturIngr a ilass of students said= I was so excite at my first opera Jon that I made a mistake stuIlntOh no the surgeon answered 9 nly took oft the wrolslcJnSn Ah fpnlo Express IIThe glutton Is always thinking of l1spep1ltw1ult I IPOINT PARAGRAPHS- Tour sons probably 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