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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jc7T i a fESTAWISJiflO I r IN2LY 1TId sYI1 29- SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUdkYr JU LYrJEF 1903 r 4 i F iiiPR- AG1CALs i DENTISTBayoLk Brr- prJceI i 8PNGF1L K UIRECtOY 1 PJfllGYIT4fl coty aeat of wai ContyS2 ii1e4 outh uIt i4txiton 59 milea from rftTini BirdiitoyrB fcranck ot J tosgnea Xag1t4U1itflrad ii LuiL agricaUfcrai district jranfe Potation 1100 popalaUpaof vt Hot t B J non Baidstowrnxy Z4I1 tati In Kentucky tegis pc ciitifiTC in State Seat c Hon y Jarvii CaiabellsvJleXY t +NMty DIrcty4 tCUlT COURT It U yebruaryj May aadpttoi i IvTt TJia man Judge KLDkai CommomwealtK A- liqSjiV v Itofct L Noe Clerk J4GteacbmaD MasterCominiss usr QU KTZR1OUT Owarterlr Court isfceid oautke third r jfiMHlay In sack month v 3u4g s QUNZY otJi kkity Cuurt Aeett onVthefo HB Q4a11a cch Mftuth 4y1Judge Wtli Booker 3Coun Y Clerk L T SfiKaye County Attorney x DoieCat1eCt1aL1erj I IdeyObourne SherifT Ml 1UerrtEctdienianAteft oQreQityi1rYeYOr r r Ikt1Msess rtt w1 IbertNoeTreasurer 3 Xotgomery Coroner a lusb JSnpti of COimofl iFQ Springfield I 5r hr 3ae OtTYCQTJBp 1Jin GraceLMarsbI w Grig sby vCity Attorney f7 lA r cour tt JnitlceCoiirts ure held in January tApriJ anlpctobpr4 I s y Ckurch ifi1 rectoryS tcR v S Kingr Pastor Ser tec eviyiSuadbilanjj arid ptn Pkjw Zetdtnt every Wed esday C CATHOLIC CHURUIaRenneSa Patot Serc tices every Sk day at 8and oclock jt Sefvrcea at St Rqsed ehopr ftESBYER1A1TtBev K E CLawni stpit fr ic3 every at mf Sunday icbool every the1i vrviirsday eventhg at I otfrck- BAPTIST CHURCH Preachiag eviry Sunday vat 1I air ad 7i4Sbm Sunday School ever a a in Prayer ineetin 1vry Tu Ly evcnsug at 7 45 ococ1 61LtTIAI H1rnrn tR W Wolf Pator ices flrst and fpiutbrSnliday Sunday I Frattmal Orders VA ONIC IODQ Spf ICiI Sfltaud- T a bo1tia Wuhia touR A Cbapteri jKo 57 Itsyery fecond TueEdajV Council lefIb totrfti Monday 4XIQZT ofTz MACAMIZS Mt 1 a- i it i fjtl in e r relm tornfee WIWWITEEI WORM REMEDY r = fMVMMM IJtYfY mardw LIR3M Co Ti LOUZ MO IftjX CROSS MUG STQIE i F i ir iIR JIB NEWS=L13ADEk 7 OBSERVATIONS IvI Whereit Was Done rr 1 WbmansHOme tjpnipahioii Joe Bliighecuttenccrdowooc1 Eromriseto setosun He utfit mil1 piled it fodrv Yes V4r thaVs whatlie done f To cat ten cord o wood I yow Ione tremendous Chore Joe Bing cut his ihind the stove In LuscdmoVs grocery stOrC Jpe Bingli9 uteight load o hay I swan an raked ifr too c An4n l2Jioprs bythe cock Hwas entirely through r HtjcQuld I guess betore he slept Cdtjesasnaiyrnbre Hecut iit where he 4Uiewoodt InLuscombs grocery store joeBIpghe ployed four acres onct Hfloed i dd at An1 fore tile sun had near gone down The job was all Complete Thle nbrses neverturned a haip anfctired nee leas bitsore Heplowed it all leone short day TnLuscmbs grocery store Joe 3 ng hejnade S5 onet Byjslinply pickbihops He done it all injust aday WiIiijiis ver1alt z HecouldaswellaReptitup Adozndays or rnorc Where was it xUmelT The samtbT pltce viIn Luscombs grocery store OEEpYTbe tteachers over the State will learn with joy that they will receive more pay for theirservices The school per capita has been fixed 4frj4C0 trfajB pinimum salary ill bd B333 and the maximum SIB 66 Nearly 8000000 will be paid to the teachers In te common schools of the State The fast scfiool census shows that there are 74 903 pupll in itt the Siatef an increase over Iastye2ir of 5887 Thf people Of the State are striving to bet er the edjcatoiaL condit misfThe greatest tobvie in this Iirecij tiqnTvas when the fivemQnths erin was extended to Bixtnpnths a While this raise in salary will be help to the teachers they are yet receiying adecijit corn pehkationfoflltB Tr labor r This fas always impeded educational ifbgress in this tate Thepo sition is one that requires a per son possessing education and n eTligencfr much above the aver revjfit is properly tilled It Skes years of patienji labor as e1Las cppsidrbj epinditure pt money taccjuire an education 1 pecuniary reward iu the pp ition of teacher is not sufficient o justify Any pers ntoqnify himself fdrtihe position witlj the intentibnof making ifca life work consequently jnHny ate today filling the positionl until they an find something more profit c ble Under the prtSent per api the maximum salary 6f a teacher is OO wbJch seems at firs thought a ood salary for six month s wortvbutuwhen the teachers necesgarv expenses for twejive njpnth is pddput ol this tbereTs but asmall amount re maining He can engage in no oiyber work during the other six months consequently he his re ceived 100 tpr his Year 4abpr TtulytIiereJ Tsffolt muck oppor tuaity for the teacher to attenc school durin the sumifieh Other officers of tile government whose djtuies are nrucb less onerous are receivin Bette salarieg that thb teacherSj hose office is o I DtjbreN luipbrt fle to the future than ansi other he orlly wa to place iflle oc cupation of teacher on a profes ioa1bsJs1 is to pay prof essidhr at salaries to those willing t engage in It andthe educatiopal standard will raise spotftaneous T ly j itx T HB J3NE STATEMENTS of the First Kationai and the Peoples Deposit Banks show thatIbe individual deppsits i the two banks amount to over onehalf million dollars This speaks well for the busings mar ir ageraent of olir banks and the credit redounds to the people the cdiinty The fact that so much monB7 iis on depoiifc is ev idence of the facb that Qpt nuc Is berng kept out of circulation by being hoarded a vyayatdtnat th people arelookihg to the welfare of the general public ivhilevdomg the most prudent for themselvEs If pe jon keep iLheit money in their 6wn possession it is withdrawn frplri circulation thus maling a scarcity of currency The with drawal of oney Irom circula tion is tjie diteat jcaiise oJE aH rianics At the tirst iodications of a panic the thipghich will most depress finamial conditions b1tawelyarushb1 LS1banksthat many safe banks are forced to close theic dOors Were it pot for the faith that the general public has in these hanks the amount of deposits ould b e much less The giatemerits is sued July ij show the strong fir nancial condition ol each bank The value of two such strong institutiotis in the county can hatdly be estimated A Golden Wcddiri means that maiTaud wife haye lived to a ffbod aid age and epnsequigntly haveikEpt healthyj Tie best wti to keep healthy is to see that your li rIdoes It a duty 38a days out of 3 The Only way tdTdii this is to keep Ballarda Herbine in the house andI take jt whenever yonr liver gets in active d5QcperbQtt1e nb1iibs While playing near the family home on Arbuckles CreeK pir Thursday afternoon of last week Mabel the pretty and attractive Tttfle danghter of Mr and MrHSam B Ijuckett hbtirnedt was being done hearMfae creek j and the child who iis only four years old while playing close to a kettle of boiling water stum Jbledj and fell against it 130thl l arms werthrustfinto the boiling water Hearing her daughters cries her mother quickly rescued her iion her perilous positicn j but not until her arms Were frightfully bnrnfid Dr G GtThornton dressed the burns and ound that ttie child was not sciously injured The little girl isaJ T 0i Beaveb Lebaaou Falcon Uj PKentucky Harrodsburgj August 123 days Per yviUe Aug 183 slays Danville Aug trijlaVs Standford July 31r3 lays ia Hendersob July 27S days it Georgetown July 75 days s- iiladisbnville Aug5st 3 a days Winchester August 34 days Blue GraisFairi Lexington Augut 6 days b Taylorsvillei August 104 days S Uniontownr August lJ 5 days S lavrenceburff August 174 days lyeitchfield Augqst 174 days Bnrboursville August 1B3days Brodhead August 183dayfi Shepherdsyille August 183 daysf a Ewing August 193 days lhlbyifleAugiist 243 dus l Springfleid August 254 ayv d J onuonAugust 25 4 clays Florence August 254 days Frankfort Aigulfc 3l2idaya v Hatdlnsburgj August 3ltJ days T6mpkirisvilleSe ptember odays Fern Creek September 1 dayiS Bardstown September 1 4 days Hodgenvflle September 7 t3 days daysG1agow fi STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 136 DAYS C Rattlesnake Alarms family P t Mrs T O Beayen and her twof daughters neartJalvary bad an lexperience iVst we6k that they JAvill not sppn forget They were in their front yard when One cillthem saw a large rattler coiled handdyengeous enough to try o kilftbe bstakOMptUe drew back its headand o 3Jthe blow was futile Almost in i tile same instant the oiled snake darted at her Fortunately she was far enough away to be safe put the sdakes effort thorough ly alarmed her and she turued and attempted to run whenhet foot caugut In a piece of grass nJand she fell This alarmed her Daughters who saw the snake darji at her and they ran to the tfi ld screaming for their father whiejiletimefn cpming to thth Before be reached the house tas daugh ters told him what had hap pentd and he varmed himself with a bug pole r ady for a bat tie wath the rattier To his ireat relief as well- as to his reat surprise when he reached rvithe yard he found hrs wile uu harmed and the big rattler dead t the fut ofbhis faithfuL do1 v hieh had sized it at jhei op portuuetmDment and had shaken it to death The dog Dad seized Jt justv after itt had spru g at Mrs heaven and before it had 1time to recoil itself preparatory to Another attack It is said that snakes that coil for an attack aTe helpless and never attempt to b te when un oiled The faithful dog seeme to If now this and ibook the Jif out of the enemy while in this helpless condition The snake had five rattles and a button and was the first one killed on Squire Beavens farm iu lire years Lebanon Eriterprise Hows This We offer One Hundied Dollars P warjl for any case of Catarrh that connpf be qdred by Brails Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Jj0r Toledo We the undersigned l have known FJ Cheney for the last 15 years and belieyejhim perfectly hdnerable n all business transaction and finan cially able ip cairry out any oblig tfpns made by his firm Walding Kinnau Marvin Wholesale Drujrgists Toledo O Balls Catarrh Cure 1is tafeeb inter ally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sai faces of the bottle Snlrl liv all nriiircrfefn Take Hallos Family Pills for con stJipation Deati of k Gifted Woman Irs dulia George Barry ealy died at the old Barry onie in otfew Haven on Tuesday morning July 6th and was buried from St Gath Brines church after High Mass of Re quiein Mrs Healy was the daughter of the latedistinguish Dr Barry widow pf the late Dr John Healy ofRaywick and is survived by a sister Mrs 0 J3 Hagan and two brothers Messes tTofin J and Joe Barry of Newt Haven Mrs Healy was ann tellectually fitted wdman and- possessedofwriter of note a beQrful sy m pathetic natu re was sincere Christian devotedly atiajched to her faith and sealoust o its practice She will he sfn- erely mourned by a large circle f friends in her home town and throughout thiatrate A Vital Point The most delicate part of al bBb its bowels Every ailment tha suffers with attacksitheubowels i endangering in most cases tba nfd of the Infant McGees Baby EHjcfr Cures diarrfioera dysentay ana all derangement ofthe stomach rboes Sold bjr Red Cross Drug tqre V r Card of 1 hanks We desire to thank ouwr many riends and neighbors for their findnjgss during tha illness and eathof bur mf nt dawghten MR and MRS IB EDDUEMAN The Lv jGrobmV I Man who forago8ond up to the present time has been an Inconsequential post in the aver Jtge marriage cerepaony is ac oldIng to Eld Howe of the At chispn Globe to become the star wcdding4tenears per writeup will read about as The bride looked very well in travelling dress but all oyes were centered on the groom He wore a dark suit that fitted is form perfectly amlinlhisa- lntyFloved hand he carried a small rose His curly hair was eautifully done and a delicious dor tf bair b of the bestqua it flcacd dv wn the aisles as he pa is dx be yruns people rhV miss hinr nowthat he is married He is loved by all for biswinning ways Lender graces and manV accDaiplishments The brid commands a good salary as book keeper inS JOand the groom will miss none of the luxuries to which he hasjbeen accustomed I A crowd oflrOtty men saw hm Oil at thedeiiiot The Old Court Room t The recenE adjournment of the CourVof Appealsrniarked the ending of its sessions inthe hisr tone phi CapItol Wlien the J court convenes in November 4t will occupy the spacious and handsomely furnished rooms in theiieWcapiol I For more than tfireefourths fi century the court has pcTcu pied a small rooor in the old bnilding far Tempved from the jjotsa1 and bustle jof the outer f sbd This building is the old test State capitol now in use and the prigirial furniturq of the court room has been preserved The bench of the judges and the tables for the attorneys aw of the quaint fashion of aygone age The old open fire placets atill retained From this old bench preajb causes have freeri decided invol Vringjife liberty prosperity and reputation Countless millions have been involved in these de cisions and dbubtless the title to threefourihsiof the lands in the State has been deWminedV Those unac u iriteds with the proceedings of the crt can have no conception of the vast amount of labor involved The i dphibhs of the courv re as ai rule models of judicfaii decision and replete with technical learn t lug Not infrequently however the court has swept side the rigid rules pf the corn moriIw andi disregarding precedentSj de termined the causes by thehigh er rules of natural Justice KeVi tucky has not only good qause to be proud of the Jeafning antl ability of her judges but also the act that to this day no scan daf or reproach has ev rat tached to the court or iny of the occupants of the be hsBut all the older judges are gone Of those of later years iut of comaVisMon who were distinguished fur learning and AbMity Judge Pryor Lnnd ay and Hazelrigg surnve The era t inent lawyers of the past are gone and thjeir names and tfam e are only preserved in the records of the co irt and Tn fast fading tradition Soon the hand of the iconoclast wllK dismantle the old court roomKand its mute walls will rentain the only witness of th 3 Jailor and teaming of theses judges and lawyers who lash ioned the jurisprudence of the commonwealth The solemn invocation of the tipstaff God sa ve tlie Commpnr wealth andjlhis honorablo4court1b an1the order tleChief Jus tics adjbuVning cotiittiuntil churL in courseVwill be heardi there no more As we stand in r the silence of the old room whicli has resounded with the el oqnence and learning of these j great tjua esandlawyers may we not ask I Where is Mowbra Where fcrKrortimqrT iNaywhdf temoie j and most of all Where js Biantaganelv Entombed fn the urns and s ulcers of mortiihi tyKentdcky State Journal P blfo 1 OQOQO Veprf AioS- centist8hove fountOn a cave in SxviVzerlandbones of men who lived JflOjOOO years ago when life wasin tcostat1tToday the danger as shown hy A w Brown of AlexandorMey is lafgely i jrpni deadly diBeaae IIii td riot bfcen fdr tfr Kjhgs New Discoyp y which cured me J could not bave livedvTib wdt sqiutfcrinkasi ilid from a seVere4nng trouble aid slttb b rn cough To cure Sore tungs Cold ob tihatei CoUffhs nd prevTenb plieunbmlarits the best inediclne oh earth SOcand Si00 Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Trial bptJte free ToEdit A Town W JJ Piikmgton of Des M pisne editor of the Merch attts Trade Jourrlail had takdn absolute charge of eyery busi ness house in Dexter lowa a town of 800 for seven months Weak Throat Wegk Lungs Cold aftc r cold cough after cough Troubled with this takingcold ilafe Better break it up We have great cbnfidenc e in Ayers Cherry Pectoral for this work No medicine like it for weak throats and welak lungs fky- our doctor for his opinion He knows all about it41 His applr val is valuable Follow his advice at all tlmeg Ko alcohlol In this cough rne4icine Ti AIwayskeepaib1odlaxatlveinthehdiueTakcadose vhenyourcoldfnStcbm son WJv lsthe bcstbx fOithls Ayer fjlls Ask your doctor hljopinipi Utlilm dciSU i fpr the purppse of pfovingthat city methods wilMring prpsper ity to the merchant in acountrty town Mr Eilkington has placed the town an Jibe hands of i Guy Pogus who is personally coiiducting Bvery busine s Jfrpni the bank to th lumber yatd At y the end pf seven mbjnins he de Clares theprotswill doubled jferaid wni be attracted tb pester from other points and the city Vfil be metropolitan Asaltthe ir members of the city council are itferchants wholiavfe placed their bustness in Pijkingtph hands the latter is also controlling mu nicipal gpvernment and link cleaned jreets and adopted many new ordinances Mr Phi i kingtpnbelieves in advertising with 4the result that the Dexter jpaper has thOr advertisements than the editor ever had before IiTbishattracting attertvion of business men ali over the Middle Westfl l Lived 52AYears Wm Parr Englands oldest man fid vpiJdliiyears longer People shOd be yojithf ul at 80 James Whrigf P dyoungsIxteiCyearoidbby hevrites aftertlining six bottles of Electric For Ibrrt yeaffvKfadevtrQutl Go made me burden thCit gieivvincdthegratettCcure on earth Theyre a gx daenc to weak sickly rnndp vu or old peo pje Try them SdceHaydow v i kobertsdnTJrugstote a Hillsboro a A targe crowd attended meet ing at this place Sunday j Miss Eaha Coiiltqr spent bn in day with Mrs rtbaAm7 6- trong at this place Miss Ellen Mathey sp nt Sunday fackv1lle with Mrs Ga rieivoffla I Mr Bill x5allecLtG liheBettie r rSMrs Edw rd CJark of this pa e is sberiding a few days with her fatbeijffMr Nelse Ray alty near Ca dwelt Mr Waiter Matherlev and sis ter Mrs6aiinieBgtton spenj Sunday with irfatheiMrJWpI v Matherley erMrsroving gradually at this Jwrit ing 25o Ifypu have painsintfie weak ickr ahy othpr indication of a weakened or disordered condition of the kidne or bladder you should gtDeWiitts Kidney and Bladder Pills r krastplaints but be sure that you get De Vittfl Kidney and Bladdef PUlsj We knpvvhat they will dofotvVou and ot if you will sejrid your name to EC OeWitt Col Chicago you ijrtti rfcJ cciVea ree trial bojcof th sekidney ndo1adderpIs Theyar ohere by Red Cross Drug Store at th- Republican committeefoI Meets i The Reptublipjm committee tf met here SaturdaVpursuant toIcrtll by chairinari W F Giigsbyi determine th6tiine manner andpjace for choosing Republic N can nominees for county offices A njass cpiventipn wascalled to moet1The coiirt house Srirgfietd on Siturday Sep Member 4 1909 at 2 pn to cbobse nominees for the countyx offices A Contcntod Womann ja alvvays found 4trthe same house tvIthTceeps every member yf tne family free fcom aches and palns it heals Mcutsrhinmatisnv nenralgfiaiumbapo and allmusciilar stiffness r 5Sc tfto and5ao6 a bpttTe qIdy fled CrssflrugStite f1 v shootsHimse1IVrfci Walter J Honafter a promin en Louisville shoe merchant i committed sulcilfle July 8h by Shooting himsdl through the heart His wile had been missing for several days and when her hcdy waS discovered floating in the Ohio Jtiiv6r and brpught lo Maes undertaking fabsK o entNfii committed the ws act TheVlfe is supposed 1sp to have committed suicide LEBANON LO ALS From the Enterprise V Mrjand Mrs HariandGhJristie tiavB the sympathy 6X their friends In the loss of tneiVtbree ear old son who died last Fri day night after a short iTlheRs of cholera infantum F Jfhage Walter Eyajisi of the ilnited States Cpurtf4ast Priday 9appoLtQJ BoWrci of this city United StatesQprn missioner for tins district Mr Bdt fick has mwlean excelleMt officer andhisv reappointment is evidence of the satisfactory man ner he has discharged his Duties n thast Samuel J Boldrick iiormer past number of years Has been ving in Louisville where ha- as been practicing llVJi Was Ust week npmin t d pr the of oe pf judge ot the Jk uisilie oT e court oh the Democratic ticket In iheeyent jbeiserect and it is probable ttiat he will be hot wilt znake the city aII capable ofdceVr l ar afternpcp vithv Ount- qqit Olerlr Barter in orpor4 l ibe I derl1ievforThe new company wUtjo rferl bill ing business and taken over the Estes MIMIng os plant whidi wil be im proyed and pjaerftted The Jjpr italstpcli of the new c ojpan is 15006 divided into shares oj 100 each The jnQorD5r fer resT M Est stN Hundley and JF Av Keliy7 S 4lln some way Jhereport has been spread that the Chautauq ua talent thiiyear isnpt so good as years past said a memjber pf Pf the Chauiuqjua cjmri t4e toThe Enterprise yester day if This is an error which I wish you wOuld cprwct The tent tkIs yetr fs rabfre Bipen lye lihan last yearand we bi eve thafthose who are aerjuaih ted with the reputation and meof the different oneS on thf program agree with us when we state that it isa ppd prbetter l tHan iwe have ever h1 d Torfured On Horo- l For ten years couldnrt ridt a l horse v ithout being In torture from les TvriteeNrS Napier of Rsg ss ywhen tI dUctersanrl otH temedtes JPailedV Bufcktea Arnica Salve cured me Infallible for Piles Burns SCalds Cats Boils FeV Sores Eczema Salt IjJUeufflj Qbrmn Guaranteed bjHayaon ERol ertson 3i V WashJfcgtoTi Cfirpuit Gburt Ky1 ALttii SearcyjAdmx etc Plff- svl Vs JnEofult i John Searcy etc D By virtue of a judgment and order sale oi the Washington Circuit urt In the above styled case at the aterifl 1909 of isaldtourt twill 0f r for sale atthe court house doorln SrinffQeld ICy on 11ONDAY SUi oo 3 o clock ptm or thereabout toe highest bidder at pubII jnctIoa- pon a ctedlt df6 at412 mOntl1ithel- lowing described property to wit A lot situated In Srihgfleld Wash hjgtpn County Ky on main cross atjceet jrKereof with a large warehouse hereonj same cjopycyed to MrMZ earcy 1lf j ATlsiuid1 amftirmeJil u4dbJs wife by deed with covenant general and warranty orated the ttidf April 1904 duly ie QrjffedWJ etfdBooV d 50 page 40 of the WMlJington Cottn Ycpirt derlc s tjfife Sal4 lot i8 bounded and Described tas follows t V U The east btnIn crdss iriqt of said city but Called dn saitj deed the Sprfrigfield and Lebanon turnplkfe Voadj on the spnth by alink bieifianlB at the northeast comer of the yahl fence on said lot arid ruintnjp west wardlyback 200 feet thenlce ortherly a direction it r ght angle with this line tprthe tight otwayof he Ixwisvilte and NaahTllleBailroad thence op saidrlfght of way to the said street jot turnpike 3at lqtto av 4 frontage 6t T ieetirith SO feet m the baclrbr western enjotj Amount to be Vatefed princIpal and interest v L 824 i Estlmatdd 40OG TotalrFor purchase price thjpur- h er or purchasers Vlth approved Security or secUrities Tnu execute bonds tearing Tegal intercut porn date orCe ofsalthitfrpadU1dbav1flKthajudgutent Bidders will be prepared to comjply promTptly with these terms t I W C P Gatboiied Witch Haiel Satf 3l Witts te the oVigihaU t uty yii etDeW1tt Silye yrhen you ask f6r It It 1 8Si for cuts burufr ndh JbrUe t JM especially good for iile SpHL iA Bed Cross Pharaia jyr i 4 biiit44ttttfl1ItbUAUL S1JBSCRAPhOZ 4 i tJ i r a 5 i a A t Iat45CoJ A Crstt 1flaI ia tiigMory ofa J urldientwhO i Sf L- YiGlated but OoiiId gn i lii ho hi pro ki a thirsiy- itic an- hewnttd drink I eIst tie was ai lWcm 4 1JGife irife a 4olUr b st j7 stid the carkoy tad wu l had Ukevt- Mtt 3 i rdlL arth agent waited tor u L pp eth the biiidletbat hd bsiisflhim s curityM t itContii to the thowgIt be outer wrspi az1 losd ttbot1 of WS7which he had ps t th 1arkywhj r agreeit1kAcx- at dS1IcII r Who has tried I Hiiey for coigh chIl4pqm Jany throat bcdNckIaltrj Get a bottle today ai4remjMihf Loolc a the 11b Bttlpi iTo Mazoth Cat Washington ooiittyu to Mammoth avsJ1going on regilar moiSng at 550 am dtp fT75 which wjl1 railto4 fare bdrd hotel Echo rWer r aW great MpmQt1t d s tbe tave e tj cSWlMt Botk W Hh 4 I An etsterri rdollfipf applied for wodr 11 at i lumber cftfliRi HiiJ get busy o swithe cbfttgeof g o14 uibekai A 1MiaL well b4t r 4 pnd day thi yo mI- stngthbeaisdeuly the o14 aa sU saw tgl it 6ety said ot unkindly jtr Tldtn on tibe kepyir fIiiC Eyerybos rsldJ1bg ThEHftiof twk1 4t4iSEed iiccxe fit iklake PyriM1Sra goard as your bran atiore jI4Zliethe ah svtevtdLget Sold by Store x I At h Asii 1Apjd1 It YI brn th hieSt bM4r lItt qirs In- sl hLS5r d3s1r tb prGpert7 Of sh A8llI c ing drsd- tale5 I- kostwk jZ- 41rviid to c chrew 4 LlSi Y t yoixkfl s frtplexioid M j ra- ppreD4 r gI t W Creaa prise t Abe ssI itpkkup y Col AtUllCakj ai i4aWttl ash4W jJILptt o 1Uy urI ft4siZyeslveiIt aad hIIeI Dd g araaeed a lSg 8oLit eycrricte c r = Jut NtWJfAnfR fLi V tflf1111Tt jmBtW ji4 hWL fS mtrWLJ sJ r l t et r For Citciit SudeL H THURMAN Igr Jt Jhb Ly e S HILtJ- i fA RFA v tTD GRHAM CepAyi3is i UTS Cu At iiS MAXE C ttCUrlcrrTW BOOKER Circiit Cterc ROT NOR i SkeeMr J ANDERSON entI W BUSH 4 JaierQtA DCATLETT AUS11pT MITCHELIzI- Ifa c4wuerL W ECRUME i 4nyorw G ROBERTS V P Tr 1 M todzedtG announce t IOIINW GORDON is itcmniwate for Justice ofv the PeMilI8ctieW No 8 and Potts 1TilleMaflrikt Districts subject to the actftiitf tlrtr Democratic con Te tMiRA H f tj v We ave ao1e toarnounce t r l Jt A MEDLEY 1t f rt as a ianlMat jfpc justice t L the PMRi8 rffield NOt 9 and Fred j erlcbtop 1tagisterial districts sub jecttQtt i tfonef the Democratic YCHTlt1lplt fcf 4 1b r Veaie autljpriifed to anapunce Uf i il JOHN OP QLiN- aaa caudate for Justice of the Peace Ia 8 pdnfle1d No lOandKully vr v SkeyJiaftettriaVmrtJript subject tos i tae lett in e iociaticconven i ttemAlMrustri4l90Q f f ti f tL Hairy JK TbF is one of thy l lI J reMarkabhl men of tfce dayj He t 5ctbe iie or inzne whichever f 7 bct aUitaoo demand of tIt r occasion r When he was tried r lor tfc murder of Stanford fir WhhoJ w 4thl staring him r 7 in itif Jac and preferred to be crWr accordingly he wUs ffplced in an asyluni for criminal iosaiei Btski11ed1ii man in I cold blood he chose to call that i iriJMtriity bow be seer a chance j forNlibertj atid he is sane Had he ben mpoor laborer in i t k1ofINew York millionaire Ihewoo ld have been a criminal Stii r adhrejpiiid the penaltyYJpng J sioOe an4lthouIdi haye been heard of the unwritten Jaw or hidimtiiti Americana Truly i h it not jdis8ruce to the State and it appears that the prison floOri will at lengtn open to IOUMb keYI r j Rprentatve Ben Johnson t ha44ifcoVrfid 7many7objector LI ir ablfen feipre i In the tobacco P r 3b dale1l He says that lit will be practlcaily useless to the i x nrjrowywin its present nape1 Tfie ambst objectionable part of i tbi11 ifaiBo one can manu fwr fact re tobacco or make snuffJ fprhimsel not even froni tp f hiicco grown bi himself and it ie J 1 iapilfeJzed tjiit one can twist r Wbijcco even for his oww USP andiOf bispwn growth without tput1inK7 himself umertbe ban k of bfeing a manufactqrer Mr t I t Johnson has gone before the coaiuiittee with thehope ot bavgcprecti b ieSt 1 J hit oheujcan ever ju1geas totbe amount of tobacco that wiIbioff redorsaleb ap I pearancea early m the season 1- 6benig forcibly demonstrated at S the present tre Tho ands of acrei of tobacc9 it is reoorted t4 iSwere destroyed by rain in the 0 tt Dark District At present tlie y piospectitL for a large crop is not p as flitterng us it was The con tinuous iwet weather tias pre vente4the proper cultivation of tobacco is well as other crops apdhe tobacco iin patchie that have revived some cultivatbn are itthrivingas tobacco is fwontto do on par soil v t s The announcement of John 0 f 2 P tin AS a canielidate for Magis f iriff subject to the actionfpf the ijiiiaocratic party appears in k 4 9issib Mn Polm has served t iw viw people ot the cjuny in this pMciafi l position for eight years i1Ji hks mart a careful and ttuicreeLofficaLt 1A4 ONLY 50 CENTS i cr I aM Ij A r deo t 1i OirSLMIISIONr I I t- Il oiMlas I dIa itr Oaly Mt fJ kad Wi tlukG b L Hon tew B Brown hits sold out the hHarrodsburg Democrat to a corporation composed of the leading RepubUcans of CTprfodsburg and Mercer Coun ty Stater Auditor Frank P Jjijnes is at the beail of the com pany The nanie of the paper has been changed from Har rdjJsburg Democrat to Her r dsburgRepublian 1 A Pairt RemedyS terniriRueegeddaIlYbY a bottle of Dr Balls AntiPain Good for all knds di bowel roubles Eternally for cuts burns sprains jiratj pains Strongly antiseptic 51lterywhereS Hwrdin Chapel Miss Annie Hardin of Louis yule is visiting friends and relatives at this place Miss Lula Panth of Booker spent Saturday and Sunday of lastl weekWith Miss Lizzie Bi utt Mr and Mrs Barricks of Fen wick spentt Sundyin this corn imunity Mr Will Sweeney spent Sun day night of last week with Mr Ray Lpgsdon Mr and Mrs Will Barker and sonMaytis pent Saturday and MayesandMr Arthur Whiteman spent Saturday and undqy of lat week as tile guest of Mr7 A Canary and family Picking of berries canning and preserving of frp list go at this place as well asa few parties for the young folks Miss Maggie HiattMiss An nieHardin and Mrs Bettie Canary spent Saturday and Sunday in MackvilleMr e Litsey of Texas pent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Leonard FenwickV School opened here thefirst Monday in July under the care of Miss Bessie Sweeney We are glhdtto welcome Miss Be sie Sweeney back as she taught our school last year and gave satisfaction Miss Lela and Mari Fen wIck were the guests of Miss Khoda Begley Saturday r Mr Marion Sweeney spent Sunday end Mh1daYt with Miss Nellie Logsdon and family i Mr T R Begley and son Wil lie spent one day last week with relatives atPemvick Mrs Wood Gillispie of Mack virt4 spent Friday with Mrs Nellie Logsdon everal from here rattended Sundayr You Never Can Tell just exactly the caue of your rheu matism f but you know you haye It Do you los that Ballards Snow Liniment willjcure it relievcfa the painprepuces the swelling andImt bera thejpint and nq8clejo so thu you will be as active and well as you lever were Frice25c5Qcaiid lpO rSold by Tied CroasVDrug St 1 LitseySL Miss Frances Litsey visitedi friends a V Fenwick Thursday evening x Mrs Granam of SpFingfield isspdinga fewdayswib Mrs AUce Thotdpol Miss Susie Edgintqn spenttthe latter part of the week with her aunt Mrs Jas Moran Mr J Or PoIibVandt famtly spent Monday at Fenwick visit ing Mrand Mrs J R lcAlJis ter MissxCarpline and Alice Jones spent Tuesday ntgjtwith Maiel and Nanni Thompson Mr Frank Willetthas return tojiis hon ein Louisville after spending his vacation with his Parents at this place Mr Zach Leach man of Iowa returned xtb his home in Iowa aher a visltto relatives at this puce Mr Dan Kelly and wife visited Jas R Reed Friday Miss Bliia Jalkerspenaxew days this yee1withMr Eliza Mitchell r J Joe Grabe vailr n utidaySMn Will Rogers and sister passed through hpre enroute to Bloomtield Saturday I sIdCrealBobTittJ Ithj8 cpmmunit aelllng an ajato matic ca rpet Bveeper i Is4issto May me Donnely returned home near SpiiigfeUj su day dier an extended visit to Miss Lavenia OConnor MIss Emma and Julia Polin lett1TlSchool ojjened at this place last Monday Mth a1iire troll menh with Miss Adeline Cx- of Louisville as teacher Miss Laveoia6C6nnor entertained a few friends Thursday evening in honor of her gupsb May me Donell y Those pr sEnt were Misses Nanuie Thompson Harvey Vaharsdale May me Douelly and Francis Litsey and Messrs Fred Vanarsdale Davi son Beeki Cbarl y LitSeyi John Polm an 1 Frank Willetl Miss Mabel and Naniie Thompson entertained a few friends on Tuesday evening fJLhose present WerejMisses Alice and Caroline Jonpsy Sue Reed and Messrs Willie Martin Divi son Red Mit Leachman and John P UnCo On last Saturday a ball team from pVingfleld came out and defeated the Litsey team by the score of 8 to The fact that the boys were not ia practice was the chief cause of the defeat Owing to the great amount of rain many corn and Hobacpo fields are in a very bad conc1i tiopmany people having aban doned them as hopeless RnJdIor pills Tney raid your lied to rob you pf ret Not so wtih Dr Kings New Life PiUs 1 hey never distress or inconv nience but always cleanse the system curing Colds HbadachP Constipation jMa lana 2c atJtaydon Robeitson Fair View I 0 The infant of Mand Mrs Ed Moore died July 8 1909 Mattie Hawkiri Ora and Willie Carney visited the home of Mr James Gray Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Hessie Cutsing erare rejoicing over the arrival ofja little baby boy 1IWaltdr and Frankf Carney attended church aV Mooiresville Sunday hight Miss Mollie Hines and George Mowl dined at the liome of Mr Xj W Hays Sunday Tne dear little baby girl that pame to gladden thehome of Mr and Mrs Herbert Efddl man for a few days only was calleB from HeaIvenfv t don Look to Jesus who will comfor your sad heart and meet yuin thesweetbye and bye Born to the wife of Joe Goat ly July 11J909aby A horse run pff with Mrs Brunei Carney Thursday hur mg her very badly but it is hoped not seniously r 5A Millionaires Biby 1 bahRpecialist storacbsurer than yout baby jtf you gixe it Mcdees Baby Elixir Cures diar rhopa dysentery iud all derange ments of the stomach and bowels Price 2Sc md50cISold by RedCross Drug StoreI VHints For the Cut ort at any time any suckers you may Hud growing at the foot of fruit trees or on the trunk or main limbs where branches should not grow Muzzle the bqrse and pad tho out side portions1 of whlflletrees and barrow when cultivating the orchard thusmvoldlng alt bruised and barked trees Pay an occasional friendly visit to the little trees set this spring Rub ofT unnecessary sprouts and make sure flint uo ltilicl wires hove been left on the trce4 to choke them No grain orgnisserops In the jioung orchard please cultivation Is best Stir the soil every two weeks until August Irtsn good plan to throw two or three forkfuls of manure around each tree utter ratnFarm Journalj j fIRemedy For Cowpox Nsolate thecow Ms cowpox is conta gious stud may be spread from CQW to cow by tilt milkers hands There Ig no prpveiitlvJ ot cowpox where cows bliebtcu exposed 7Treat by giving a full dose of epsoni snits lit the outset of the altark and following with a half cuUP dose of hyposulphite of soda night Iud morning in the feed or drinking water Sponge the udder twice hilly Irijn solution of one jiiinpo of hypesuiphlte of tldtiIlii ijuart of water and then mint lnc 11I jterIIiedwllhdraw tIlt milk winre a teat L xrra sore and inmuned but the tube pills bl bofled and baked before eacn 11lIJrclimuUtuf Look to the cons Shoulders rbIlnrJ fleHh of n young hor e art Cure tinder than those of an old J work horse If the shoulders of Ihe young horse are allowed to bpconic t sore luring the UrstseasonIK work It leu orIderufe jvlf the young horse passes through the Hlrat season without injury thettiou1 Tdifnf Jbexome toughonod and with joud trrtitment are likely never to be tome sore i 0 rai JSi ii J T J14L iI vr tf e 111 I AssociatienJAIP rt1 I wIIl I neautifnl Grounds Ideal laceJor1Caampig All1Jn6xoeIIed Prograui fi 1t I1ATTIlAdIONS iiCHtMPIoIXT MUSICAL Airagon Singing IITentto as 10x123 follows I I I 12X1445Q14x16 5 50 1c f The That Came After the Lovers Were By B TTINA MAYHEW CopyrIght iooe by Associated Literary PrtJ St Jamosl park Cnn direct me tto the Woodson rcsl lencc The inrkV hide tOrt had deadened thttsbund of tire steps hence tile two looking gontltMnen had oh served at close range for sonic time the girl fti the swing before either of t spjjke rIo n mmufe n sensitive fajcc fram cil by a blir list lifted and a pair of glowing bla ycs trrled with slow tTho gVy to tho left I Then she resumed her book the wide hat drooping so that the nichest outlines of chin and neck peeped from below the edge of the brim A pretty hat and a pretty girl the Rev Paul Ireyer meditated and a picture worth Two hours later from the landing of the stairs hIs eyes fell nilon the same hat Qnticqly at home on the raqk in the Woodson hall He knew It In stantly By no chance could there be two such hats Jt was broad QUa lort Crowned a mass of white popplesi with dark heartsAjiie of th se articles in fact which pr0chfim with brazen tongue the of the wearer Perhaps thq graystone with its web of dull green and gay red cVcepcrs and Its snore than full quota of nooks sunny and or und shadowy had to do with the Kcv PaurM mood At any rate before he stirred from tho land lug the pretty girl the glowing black eyes aad responded to his by assuming the pro portions of hIs Ideal veri ftblo Portia Who was she The 11ev Paul de rived a pleasurable shock froiniun In spired glieHs Who else Indeed but Aila to his sister Mrs Sara Woodson Quite distinctly he re Trailed a forgotten tact There had been frt the time of the marriage mention made of a chub That of course iwaa years agou She was now probably well grown hut settled into a pas tornt that lund taxed his powers the uttermost and tired his very soul Sister and all else outside of duty had gone from hlUi wIth an drift tlfl thCiday dawned when he was ordered awoj for rest He hall conic regretting and now what IIV lIe laughed offly timid sought lila sistc In tim dining room vlion he entered the pretty girl preltlor than he hini t My Mrs WoodsonM snillewas gracious jand swcoh Ada my brother the isevj Paull Ire cr auth his nsslstnnt the ftev Mr Condon Just sue laughed gayly for of time summer they have do nor a thought or wish That list wewwe preparing for our summer reading Oh Stint Eager and bright till clear voice floated from the foot of the table We innsl we must first finish that story of Slndbnrt the S JJorlt ix very best she reflected Perhaps now Its Poe or niaybe and time big childish eyes Apl right Sum do set inc stralght Mrs Woodsops hands dropped heavy on her unfolded impkln and the Key Pauls heart contracted to diminutive proportions lot hint the golden bowl was broken the swift boriihope of aii hour trailed rimetime Lint then lund not been lit Hlghed and time sigh was for tlie siifallness of time huauUul concrete mid for the greatness oCrtlie beautiful ab sjnict AIUY Ada bubbled joyously on her clear yoice ind soft laugh dominant features of the dinner hour The chattor of a chthlh the Ilev Paul dIcided talking down to t slcal fis HIT rendition of a famous con certo mid early with n t pleasant god nght alrnj v na Jdail vonturetl a The Band The rent r i Jlcy Sir conaou niul tile uiv UtIj ri the with For nil the world like n white Hn4 she uecr gone to school SaraT But If Ada had not gravcii audi she au ac outt of the usual a con stant o sniiill tjilk lip con serious or llearned ccjukl re- sIst it Without a she cleft it at a hlow each thread past hope of the Ket Paul one day the fly lug vhite figure in pursuit of hi the of among the great trees Its a pity so a creature should be soso You ought to send her to school Sara1 rrs flushed to the little jcurls on her said you do Ada r She lightly as Ada fluttered Into the ropni kAda she called Paul is Ibis youth bjf some of the poenvs lies found his stone wall can help him over Ada bent over the state wart her white tracing the lines slowly t frank of an child YVhy he who her net WM off afjer u big wftite wings moth with dark on hits dowwy The UN Paul her fully tri he Hid the child has This of memory with two of a inliid that 11I1w me that Slit nikl bo You otg1it to stlul her sthttul i dkint moan to oflTeud he ailfletf as Saras fnce nud hOt iMipfcr her eyes thwie of Con1on think If ydu dont He forgot to flnfoh The habit of long yours of aolf In the in terest of rose be totu bRa like a pillar of lire Tiie duty wus plain lie Vould accept It In be slstor well as himself After tumid lie nuinerouH nooks of the Adii the big eyes at last so Wistful that lit the end with a great ipangi he gave it tip he and sighed again And the sigh was for Slie was radiant as nu an gel he that last morn Lug very Mike one of 11cc own lie turned in his sent to watch tier the rosy skin of hands mind arms the meshes of her gloves as she1 turned the leaves of the hymn bobk She fotuid tile place him a half of the book with t Then they rosq with the tion A minute he topped slug lug lathe middle of a vorse the better to Brine forth the tpyal- diadem Artd brown him fiord of all The the flood for pne sniiill moment then spirit ho knelt before the soul of the singer The the the love his lucid not time words tu the wealth of It IIs Idylls of Mud In n down In very siroc- Co of Time caskcf wllli the blrdlike spirit nod tile soul of uiUBle far far more than sulflc d For tunatti maui Indeed was he 1f They wnlkcd Across tile park in si lenco At tire swing the Itev Panl It was here Ad he said that tiNt saw your I loVe you dear more tutu In the would I want you for iny wife Ada did not at once turn Lieu shoul tiers n small with lace was from behind Its came xuufllcd little Ite makes not the differ e n urged Ad i just pnc vord If poi tire i ami uo surer of life was papers Aimost In scare lines the Inotico met Jils eyes the usual tom but Hd sorjing UD Eta sank r L vega Rev R A GAME EVERY oftdays I Apply Early and Choice of I Arrange Jotti1 Vacation S Dates HER TRUEMUSIC1 Surprise Engaged IarJ6nme lellcnll be4retoneflrsttl1lU remembering personality conspicuous unexpected something Imagination atPortaa stepdaughter nfl1rwnrdImmediately Imperceptible percmptorliy protesting thl1buelstopdaughterj rllUkldl1 Maupass4ints MaupasaantV enchprCHClllSo Hfthedusjt unconsciously thOjrOOll1h dlHappcarlng Concert Musical Dupbars- KelloggHaipes Party Base Ball 11 eilfprced Remark butterfly womanly scholarship possessed eruption versatloti thought severing redemption Tlnkllnj cymbals remarked tratchlng whirling butterflies occasional patches sunshine exquisite Woodson forehead pnuiSbl Injustice stopped laughing recalling translating Homeric rerliapjJyoti Obediently reverend forefinger translating lltllZuitbutwth 111etlnghisplcusute unspoiled ladybird5 laughqd IlreltJlbea1patches watched thought posHihilltltH glimpse nklr glimmering Kurprliid convinces awakened tliiHliiiifc tvltcmhg SCbhhlig vltifceWut iinfortnnittf humanity hullfhlN tJllIlistening growing Tinkling iymbMls muttered lumcnIbeautiful thought Sunday jlopples showing throng presently offering dJIuPleIsbqwJngltJOut congrega jjftcr IIstcni peyriPaiil withstood abjectly tenderness patlfus splendid vocabuljttry oxjCttS woinaUHuess tcllcctuallty yearning bomitifni stopped iiiiytjliihg heoVed iTnndkcrchlcf cobwebby Teidl8tton Presently dalntlnesfc 1eeII knowsb slightest cehe1i youTttsure onciiffOniMif iioonxMnrll11 Itwnsnnljoyeritho whatrwhat clpctrlflcd LECTURES Lpwjther Edw Reno LakeGoyHon Clement Wilfctfc DAY For season Oct Lots Make Your- Arrangements 7 to to these ItKvIiIteiWith complishment appeireiHUovu dcprtvniIltaftj jWirt I HiiuuiowIuaw- itir uuH P yfCI him Sara too Miss Woodson Is apt only strikingly beautiful he read but she is a wo tuna df rare Fattainniehtlr having but recently returned frm11 two years postgraduate course broad In the best jvdmMr xrbe flev el himself- a lucky man Thire was a rush of feet theji cling ing hands caught lila anti prettjilps close to his eardeoijinded forgiveness I couIdnfhHp It she murmured The temptation was too great You did so look the grave anti reverend AeI1I r 1 Pattis Ncrrow Escape From Burning On my first appearance iu Moscow an exciting event occurred Just pre vlbus to going on to the platform I ap proached the ehevnl glass In my dress lug room to arrange the blossoms him hair when the long muslin skirts I was wearing suddenly caught fire from a spirit lamp Fortunately I had the presence of mind to keep perfectly still while those In the room extin guished the flames with rugs anti shawls The danger ras over and I naturally felt upset thAt managed to make my appearance and sing my role rsturl1lngtol excitement was too much and caused meto faint The news of the mishap spread quickly and the managcrwith- the arltstsj came and congratulated ine pn my escape and there arose a contention for the pieces of muslin the rflrc had spared which wer e carried InIUncle Sam Rejects Own Stamps Thomas A Daily1 an Indianapolis lawyer was laughing at himself the other tiny for sending stamps otlie government nt Wiishingtoa in payment for1 a imtbiit circular A few diiys lat er jve received a letter stating that stamps could not be accepted It never occurred to me they couldnJ use stamps he sajd laugh tug put they use en franjc and of course they would ntTvmit stamps All time govprnmcijt could do would be to toll tho stamps over again anti it uilflit ap weir get the money In the first place IndijinapoIIs Star Dog That Grinds Scissors A log named Rover owned by George Hoss of Carpinterla Cat has becij piugllt to turn the wlUcHhat fur ulnhet the power for master scis Sons grinding machine Rover gets on tim wheel of imisowul accord and met rlly treads tread wblle his master tilmrpcus ncisscrs and knljjpa TIn goodl slog seems to thjnlc that it Is a game devised for hIS speNiil anmsement find when business is slack he will run to his wheel ijntl barlrreproaehfully nt his master until Mr Ito i feels t4jligvtl to attach the rope which urns the stonq anti gets work f t Hotor tnver secams OO happy wjifti- jbuslncss brlsfk nnd he can send his Mg wheel around mind around for a halt hQtir after her lifts lint his dinner and then be reslyl for work again with Ills master In the afternoon Circle Conundrum v WhIsn pair of skates like an ap pie Hecause they have both occaL sloneil fall of oman Why Is u youiyx man iuagd to a girl tHk6 a iunn saHit r fOr ij port in France 1 HefHUxe he Is tiouudto Ilnvre have lien spertkjwhatChaucer clunv sir J What is utmost like ahcnstealing2 A cockrobin Why are lovely girls lllfe clouds Because they reign rain upon tho earth An Impossible Feat s Take a coin hI rent will do from vour pooUei and tell a person yii plaie the coin on tbe Moor Immediately in front of him In sn u position that tit eiiHUor plilr JMii Then place him with IIIi lluf Avail bin heels fltw together and loufhhig the base lKXlrtlJtlthhu that can buve the filii ItllItni pick Itup without nov l1If lifiiR lieeln it will be found tcr be 1111114S4tbltS fN Pet Chameleons ChameJeous are Ihteresilng pHs They may be eared for in any simple form of cage kent In it wurni place ljfJt1F plenty of sunlight Chameleons grrtdtly eat meal torms which may be purchased at mpst bird stores SL Nicholas 1iJlli i IiIr OTUERffL IseriesI Ticliete for Season of 11 Day jJ a 1 IAdults 200 Children itfI d Now for Camping a f Season TicRefe i Address 0 DTflOlAS settII 1LEBANON KY t I r 5iit TII w = f 44I IT Transylvania University I i NT Kentucky Continuing University III i it itT e oI1egeof Liberal Art coeduc ati OiIIT R2ilt t ton Coflege for Women and the 0o1lege Law Three campuses embraces 23 acres iv i Thirteen buildipgs1with modern equidment 1 f A Faculty of 56 chosen from the best Uni versitfesx oj America und Europe I v s 3 r j Standardized elective douraes Jeadingo ttirdegrees of ABtB S A MrandLLB 4 t V t k v SN wScience Building recently erected itta cost btf it 5k iStudents now in attendance fronj2o states inoljJq foreign countries I Ir Moral innuences cultural erivironinpt tSCol rfitt Jideals reasonable esppnaea if 7 V JS 3rc The scission begins Sept 131909r Writ tIor catitZ L logue today j i IRICHARDI HENRY eROS SE D A M Ml PrIcM f r X Lexington Kj 4v o 4- I Q9Q9GQS9G9QGQtoQQQGlQG T EYES TESTED Q 1 c 1 I d M Russell c i 1JEWELERAND QPllAN yv HWiw Vvt I4ti61ii4j43OEIN irflfoftrrivr IrVINE I Pa Coppage Cafe GOIS INCORPORATED rn- 5NW I Corner 74cI MarkMLOUIVJLi KYN- 019e Plww7765 di1Ait is MN frdsq Cwkss Caiui 4s p I vbWe maea specialty of the iMIowirig ands I Martingly Moore SpriMj ItI2lf 4K isprgz54NEverlade t t fi We also ha IeMattiljiMttrt WII fwt tand Willow Swrni JMttM it NML l tr Apple kzid Jj aM MICkbrTy v vvvwyVVkWwvMr J a J sM iJ j t J tl IlJ r RtJL TILIPi1ON8 ylI f l I y4trfamih= i j p t1 TlijcanbeaccompJi t h titNasyjHcTetinfort tate ffuji are nqt at present enJninteFe aevIc- we can tmfned1ateIynterestyou Our Ji1HcciTtdietof Kentucky Tennessee MIssisatppi1 LouIa4aii the it southern portion of Indiana and Illioafs UMBER1ND TELhPONL tZLflg tJt W Ificoropte1 Y 1E Ii f cliE51z s Tw In One Dn BeUjs AntiPain Js both an iQt i naj and exteruai remedy sit fs am aniiseptlo Rejuendy and destrajft ilUI seasugerms Sold every where OE a positive guarantee St5 F StICoI k II At karcir te r9tyyig t I trctmeNt JWltDr DMtl STpHo y oJod e lMNt i1Jen llot t1tiJ iDR G T fflJR1O V tiTH f T 1 ti t THOUT PAINtf tit 1apAtlImuI J Pwll O ihIftr1I G xY ili Dntal Wk Strictly 1 l Firstclasss r8t JCMUDDTlok ft nektu 0 c Mttn 8 to 9am- nij ito2pnJVf- toyer Haydoaji Drugstore tI11rIlNIimptoM D iII lease ancl f r lost OftIc llCN a RwWciiccHf 384 L VFGRIGSBYcaj cat ATQRNEYATLAWA i rrr leopl J PN9tD K7ed r fDrMW YATrtifr ti vet ici Ciss Drug SbeOceThoursHyt1OO4 10 12 m 4 to 5 p mj JbHN tMAYES for QIIEBALUIHECTOR 1ClElitlrtiSEDEMBliLMEB H iELtPliONE PAY 19a NIQHT 74 PllllGFIELD ITf l iR4 roaJ Schule Prof tuFullowiigDOW in erect oh the Bardstosvnye and SprlDgfield branchrailroad held Mq 41 ljeaves Louisville at est 43Gpni Bardstown Junction 52jpmj Bardstown BCBp m arrJveiat Springfield 65 pm teaL76tXa m Bardstown 645 aJn derdtowaarive at Louisville g20 a mt most 9 hi1Nblbin Bardstown unction held q9iO km Bardstown 1045 atm mrrives aVSDririgfield 1215 pm No 44peaves Springfield at not 100 p rn Bardstown 220 p m pa Bardstown Junction 410 p m arriyesat iionisvillti 545 pa wi 4 Np 9QSundayson1yLeavesan anSpingfiwe8OOafai45nr335 a in wipLouts vilje 4t 6Op pnM Bards tbrn Junctiort 0 45 pmBards and town 80pm arrives at Sb SpngfieldatTh25 pm t J Government Whitewashu Tnkij tialf a hitshnh of unslnekeil tIJImptSlackjlt with warm yat r Ijud coyt r during the process to keop4n the stennu Stniln tIll HijulQ thnmgho ilnt slevt orst twiner Add a jntk of jirevlnusly wdl dissolved in varui wateisiajid tfiree pounds of grouud net m bIItlU a thin pnslt Stir in oV Ce lif but half a pound of powdered erRJ1tiuwhjcTi has beeh previously dissolved over a slow tire and add five gJtllons Je of hoi to tbp mlxtiiru Stir well ofIldJ ered up fit m the dirt lt should btp put on hftt vli1 Ont pfnt of the mixture will cover a 1w 0 square yard properly a ppllidt says Breederslazette fUnajl iirusuvs ore esp Jiest Tfiere Is nnthlhg thai an COW e pare whfi itfor outside fir Inside v6rk undi ltjjetalua Its brilliancy for years CgorlnVnivtter may be put In and oj iiuade of nay sbadeSpansb brownw r iiow ochre or common clUY1r pig Wisdom Glyp the little pigs extra feed In n solunitel9closure us soon usthry Can Iwhobe dtoenLf Give theta whole outs onl platform and setml1k In a small clean trough KVeJp tEein growing so that1 the can t r be waned us soon as possible If mimaged properly the pigs shouldL pot received check tujgrowth atwenntl iiK tTiue i 1 br8110oI4 saint even fustor than When Kd through the dam c AsisQOU us the pigs are wdaued flit b sow should be turned With the WaltrrlIt then put jthemselves lna cloVer pttBtnre t if In good pasture they 1wll1 need Tery lIttle extra feed until time fpr the M Utter i WthT good management the second llttef is coiftted as cleqr gain FarmIrw1JOI1rr21 tfrJ = KILLTHC COUCH I M CURE THC LUNGS WITH Dr IiDIIf I Niw kcoyery i I C8 ftlC1Cf t PMLTh5OATA5DLUNraotJSLs i U14XTZxDsLTIs7AoToz I j 9 0j r + JJ OYJ H I1WNSO rww Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I AtYourselr Friends and Acquaintances t 1ltBorn on the 7th 1inst to the wife of Mr Waren Nally a in v ir l r FOR SAL SmithPremief rpbwriter No 2 brand new Ver used Willf sell right Address Box 346 Lebanon Ky J School taxt M the yearr 1909 was due JuIy1stfG C Wharton j Treasurer a Mr Shaker Kobertson JrI Mr Kirk Cheatham each a very valuable horse this week The Washington County Medi l Association held a meting Pleasant Grove yesterday largecrowd was present and dl pleasingprograin was arrang Physiciaps present spoke on professional subjects A bouh at ul dinner was spread on the grounds and enjoyed by ail i present Thenew addition 0 the freight Ofttbe L N4epot here at las been under construction several weeks is now com pleted Ij is a substantial frame structure and will afford suffi ti nt room for the proper con g J ctof the freight office as the- creasea A amount pf business at made It a much needed improye ment I The teachers county institute commences next Monday withb A S McKenzie ofjKenj cky Stato University as InHuctor The institute thIsM ar bids fair to b the bst everW in the Ai inter jIingranged and Prof MjcKenzie Jisinstructors in the stateThe chers otthe county are co operating with the Superinten nt in an effort to have the successful institute in the tory of the county Tothpublic entertainments will lbe jin during the week a Th e local base balleamW been very busy during t ea thstagame was to have ben played tathpeople were on the gro lIp frxiousrO dilappointed as Lebanon filedupcMessrs Harry Shultz J anqCI Richard Spaldiug are on a INth the Bardstown team this week to Bowling preen Glasgow tl lizabethtown Harry lutz pitched theopeninga game at Glasgow yestrdayM TheJocall team will pla3lhisM year attheChautauqua AovinK will be awarded as a prizew fiATexas tin jast Saturday where aD very successful educational P eeting was eldPr fGeohi tiQlinfiafl Whitley county delivered a cure which held the attention the large audience present trofng G i een Business University bboeducaturs delivered a very7C oquent speech The meeting was attended by a large number I f men women and children b enjoyed the speeches hese f two talented educators The Texas school will be taught this year by Prof C O Durham was the teacher there last year and gave universal satisJ faction Checks for another distribji tion to the growers of Washing on County on the 1906 pooled tobacco wore received froncLWin hestr last week and are now eIng delivered in the same manner as heretofore on presen tation of contracts to the c erki of the Board of Control Tha contract may also be mailed to either of the local banks who ill attend to the collectionJpf he amount due on them The distribution is being made on abasis Of 5 per cent on the appraised value of the winter tobacco and 10 12 per cent on summer tobacco which we are authorized to announce was tfie plan adopted by the committee Selected by the growers j Iasft county court day for the purpose of making the equalization New Bridge Completed It will be welcome news to tHe people who travel thejike JOPIG30 SIi I MM between Springfield and Bards in town tQ know that the newiridge across the Big Beech Fork at Frederickstown hasiJ been completpd The old wooden rvetISuntilyear bad been cot deniried at first there was some thought of repairing it but liappilyfor the taxpayers of this and Nelson county the idea was abandoned and a ne v jiron bridge erected instead The bridge has just been complete and will bfe thrown open forjtravel this afternoon Mill ban Wasted Out ti The recent heavy r fnshavel One considerable da1 severalsections ot the county The mill dam in Chaplin River Tatham Springs waswashed out Monday The pikes in vari iou sections have been badly 01 washed and some crops on botr tom lands haye been destroy ed Mrs Ball At Tathamj 4 The ball at Tatham Springs J Hotel Friday evening was aTJ rcat social event of the season large numberl was present 4 darfcing vas indul edinI from 9oclock Friday evening T until 6 oclock Saturday morn ing Those from Ijere who atE Balbeitlein Messrs Lynran Barber urray Floyd Louis Relly jll McChord Frank peters ood Cucningham Shaker Harry Shultz and Bt oe Hogarty C GreeneSmith TF Mr Hugh Lee Smith and Miss Are Nellie Catherine Greene were at St Patricks church Louisville Saturday by Rev Father j R Cronin The wedS ing wasa quiets affair and onlvE fewpf the intimate friends ofAI e contracting parties wen ware of the fact hat it was to ke place at the time it did Miss Greene had been visiting ienda in Louisville for one week Mr SiLith left Spring eld Saturday morning and the- eremony took place at 2 pm MissGreene is a daughter of and Mrs J F Greene of this place and a young lady of hDt possessing a happy arid- miable disposition which wins nen friends wherever she goes r Smith is a sOn of Mr andRJ lrs Frank Smithof Bardstown y J and a young man enddwedM ith great business ability and lled with a determination toe tiakeisein which he engager He t s present editor of the Spring feidelds most popular young men The NEWS LEADER takes this l opportunity of congratulating these young people and wishes thepl a prosperous voyage on the sea of matrimony unruffled y adverse storms aqd wjlth its BVli sunshine of wedded bliss drLow Rate Excursion Tberft wills be a low rate ex ursion from Springfield to Louisville Sunday July 25 1909 i Louisville and St PdulI wilLplay the games on that day Free Wheat Bags Ir Farmers who will contract their wheat to uswill bo loanedIII sacks FREE O whicbtoship same Consult about prices before sellingelse where Ballar3 Ballard Co v Louisville iY sS i NOTICE All persons having claim against the estate of Alex Mil lor deceased will present same tome properly proven on or befor Augt st 1 900 A 0 KIMBALL Administrator The best pills made areD Witts Little Early Hisers the famous little liver pills They are small gentld tpleasant easy to take and act promptly They are sold by Red Cross Drug Store aW Teeth ex tracted with I ot PAIN or DANGER IIr No charges when plates t are wanted t j AILWQRK Done in this office is firstclass tlin vertised every respect and just as ad i InS i Springfield Ky g UPPLEMENTARYS PROGRAMME Washington County Teacher t Institute SUESDAYP PLQCKIiPiano Duet OverturesMrs C F Bosley Miss Arim g cChorat Address hThe Teachers Part inbt dU ColvIn i at10nprotGeorle and Were Young i i d MiSibkatherineOlOCCihen IAddress cJl1ers Part inh Education ontinued4Mr Elmer Hume Violin SoloMiss Louise Haydon Address The TeabhWs Part intEducation continued j Prin ChasEDurham f jPianoj C F Bosleyy Mis1 Annie Me Chord AddressrThe Teacher Part in Education concludedv Prof A 6 MacKehzie of State University VocalSOloVioIin Obligata 110 Dry hose T arsTeresej Del Reigd SOJo Miss Francis Martin Violin toissj nnie McChord 3HURSDAY 10IPiarfo Duetrbver ure Poet And hrs easantMrs C F Bosley Miss nnie McChord Address The Parents Part in fiducationprjni Vocal SololiThe Wanderer Miss Piety BarberSAddress TheParents Part Vn Ed ucation continued Mr Lynneju usftVocal Solo Heart of GoldjF Hayes A R Schultz Jr Address The Parents Part In ofducatjonBarberUVocal SoloSome Day3JVhen You Mine Geoffrey QHara Will V Waters Jr VIAddressliTheEducation concludedPrf A Mackenzie of State University C Piano duetIn Fe taIA1rayUH an Mrs C F Bosl y Miss annie McChord TQuartetTheParks Messrs McClellan Schultz Rogers 0 Brien F S NACin gr Airs Janie Willeti and grand daughters EarnestineKoottand Mary Caldwell Wirnsatt have r6 is turned from a visit to Nashville TenntMr FiankWa1 and sister Miss Margie of Nashville Tenn re visiting relativesihere Miss Eannie McElrpy and iss Lizzie Waters have r turn from a visit to Miss Annie La mer of Dyer Tenn Misses Alma ajjd Elizabeth Spalding of Lebanon visited nds here Monday Mis Margaret Hagan isi visit ing m Lebanon this weekv fffMr Thomas A Medley and family of Owensboro are vis- nghis I parents lie r NMrvisited her parents Mr and Mrs OLPrice Sun ay L1j Mrs Will Peter ol Dallas Texas is visiting Mrs Qhasc Rohertson Miss Mabel Williams is visit ing relatives at Fredericktown Miss Eddie Shader left this d morning for a visit to nfrnds at Glagow andBuvlin Green Squire Jas L Mcc1qDf Louisville is here for a few days Mr Finley Scruggs of OUla horna City arrived here Satur day iiignt for a visit to rejativis JSt were in Danville Monday and Tuesday Mr M Ov Peter of Indianapo lis Ind is spending few days at Tatham and visiting friends at Mackville sMIs Annie Hayes of Louis ville and Mrs Tom Filiatreau of Bards own are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs G E Ed elen Mrs Edwin parlile liitsey and daughter Sarah retaroiedto Le banon after a visit to her pairrf ents Mr and Mrs W E Selecr man Mrs E E Buster and Mis Lucy Selecman returned from a Visit to Early Time last nightt Mrs J J McCabe and daugh ltEtt Lilliap are visiting in Louisville this week r fRev PI B flennessy was in Lebanon Mondayon business Miss Maty Sfleason returned home TUesda afterf spending sOlD time in Martinsville Ind for her health Mra d Mrs NG Marks and Mr jand Mrs 6 D lIatchI ijetthaver returned home after sp ndi n K everaJ days at Tatham Springs Misses Alma and Cordelia Jibg of Lebanon were in town Mondayq tMasters John and Eddie Greene of Louisville are visiting relatives here l Rev Father Harry Spalding J visitedatthe home of Mrl Ben Haydon the first ofthO eek Miss Grace Ryneheart of Le anQn was a visitor in our Jowu Monddy t Miss Janie Hazel of Owens oro and Miss Maxie Duke Old of Bloomfield will arrive the last of the week to visit Miss Mabel Price Master Tcmme Spalding and wo little sSsjbSrs EliZabeth and grandidonMrs Will Bash of LouisVille spent Sunday here C H Mclntire is visiting his wife in Meade County Mrs T A Spacing of Bards Vtj spent Sunday anl Monday with her parents Mrland Mrs en aa don Joe fiogarty has returned toT home in Lexington after a visit to Shaker Robertson Mr Claud Downr of Bloome eld spent Friday here S George Mann of Bardstown ent Sunday here t Miss Mabel Williams is visit Miss Lillian Siscp at Bardsg town Miss Eva and Llzzia G oper Wasbingtown are vvisiting ot eir aunt Mrs Will Bush r rMiss Lydia McElroy is at home from Aoka OklaUfor her P1acationMicssrs W F Booker W Ponder at George Buicemann atir1u WiURuiselL have returned from weeks visit to Tatham Springsfi fiheymuch and are abJettell uSb some good fish Stories after their experience fishing in the- haplin River The river was splendid condition for the as port and the bait was never of better Miss Lula Janes of Louisville s 1visitingMiss Sadie Parrott has re from Louisville where she completed a course infiL business college 5Mr4i Cross visited friends here Thish week Mrs W F Neikirk aqflJonl George visited Mr W F Nei kirk iin Louisville last weekP Miss Bessie Campbell and lit tie nephew Donald Campbell V spent last week at Tatham Judge John R Thomas of the s Lebanon FalponV the NewsLeader visit flTuesday otice To Hildas of State Warrants J 4This office is informed that in the future the Auditor will dis- ontinue sendingrreast1rers1ft checks for amounts due claim anis but instead will mail his wttrrapt to claimants thereby causinK tt1eni the necessity and anger of jmisdireotion arid pos sible loss in the mails by re mailing the warants to the paYDentI and con Venience to those receiving yar rants as wojl as to this office I thatALLihe Auditor be deposited with your local bank for collection It will probably not be possible to pay all warrants just yet but Ithdse that we are unable to pay will be returned with checks for those that are paidQIf th above suggestions are complied with payments can be made with more promptness and possible loss through the mails reduced toa minimum Very Truly E PARLEY Treasurer OiidUIcers DrSpromptly It Is clean and pleasant to Sbld everywhere 25c box useii 1 t r 7 i i 4 IISThTE UNIVRITY1 KY iJ S f r I f S c p to I dsursssInamely Engineering EiigHiMraf Mining Engineering Classical and seven ScMatific curss Mciircl nds over four years and leads to a Bachelors ckgree also m Dspsn IJIIgineering Law and a Department of Education which last has bMB J1iii the Normal School Person who enter tfct dpxtraistprpr hr work in pedagogy and are granted a Bachelors deg iill this sdbfMt The Academy fqrpreparatory instructioa is r Uined County appointees receive free tuition privilege of residence IM the 4qra t Itie fuel and light traveling expenses if they remain ten comecudv oathiLor i rcollegiate year r The l b atoresand museum are large well e uippedcornproh wiv aad modern Military Scienceit fully provided for as required by pgraduates in the several courses of study readily fiad mployMial wfck tration The total number of matriculate for last year wa 1078 ent has a specialist at its head with the nmiiiij nn iliifltofi IIThe wOmen find an excelleiit home with bgaidand lodgusf in PaitefsoK 4i iis well equipped with all the modem conveniences baUi room Lel 11areFor catalogues methods of obtaining appointments informatien rmrd t 11 r I courses of study and terms of admission apply to J ttJAMES K PATTERSON Ph DLLD President f or toDC FRAZEE Business Agent V L I L i iff Fall Term Bc in Sept 9 1909II ii I it 1 r Get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it here are a great many imitations but there is just one original This salve is igood for anything where a salve is neebed to be used but it specially good for Piles old by Red Cross Drug Store Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Gouijt Ky Mrs M LvSearcy Admx etc Puffs yeliji quit John Searcy etc Dfts By vittue of a judgment and order sale of the Washington Circuit court in the above styled case at the 1forSpringfield KY on I MONDAY JULY 26 1909 2 ocloc p m or thereabouts to the highest bidder at public auction pon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following described property to wit A bouse aDd lot situated ill Springi ed1 Washington County Ky and- ounded is and described as follows Being lot No5 in the eastern urb of the city and onehalf of each of lots 18 and 10 of what is known as I the Thurman Addition to said city of recor in the clerks office of the Washington Co tJSaid boundary is follows Beginning at a point on north side Main street corner of lot Sat the north of Center street running thence in a northerly direction with ail Center street to corner to lotNo of an addition owned by L H ThurmatlthencevltbTburmansI I eastern boundary street 216 feet corner to Rinehart and Jot No 4 thence with Main street 0 feet to the beginning same being conveyed to ML Searcv y J R Barber and Mary F Barber is wife by deed with covenant of general warranty dated the 28th day of October 1902 recorded in Deed No 48 page 518 of the Washington County court clerks ofllce Amount to be raised and Interest 107272 Estimated cost 4000 Total to be raised 111272 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with 4pprovcd security or securities must execute ttpnda bearing legal interest ate of sale until paid and hayins fromI orce and effect of a judgment Bidders willbe preparedto comply promgjtly with these terms M LEAdHMAN M O W C C FUCTSlfEWLB1 I The Chinese will have nothing to do with either vms or walking tlcks The latest Japanese banknotes are prlntedjn English as wgti as Japanese r characters A telephone line Is being constructed In the Alps which will hold the reC- ord for hclght Italy conducts her own salt match and tobacco trades and now proposes taking ver drugs By tIe Young Turk party the tfbrd Ottomans tins been adopted 19 cover nil the peJple of the empire Mobam mcdauj Christian and Jew GIgaif boxes of glass are comltig jnore dud more Into useXbeylure cheaper than the wooden boxes and keep tljie cigars fresh n lOutime- As clouipared with other countries Argentina ranks third In the number of cattle Russia with 01000000 head stands first and the United States fol lows with 09000000 head Two Italian physicians have gather ed facts showing that accidents among workers arc Invariably most frequent on Monday and gradually decrease In number tp the end of the week Agitation bnsl been started among the leading men of the Bohemian colony In Xev Yqrk to erect In Central park a bust to the founder of the Bohemian national music Frederick Smetanu The tOmb and mummies of Kba nrcbttect and engineer of the mighty buildings at Thebes and of his wife recently were discovered In the TiUfeJ of the Queens Egypt by an Italian In signaling nt sea the flags to be hoisted at onetime never exceed four With eighteen variously colored flags 001fewer t Good Oof6otions i i t- i44yi t y i p That is the only load to W IMMM r i ini our plac OrWpIilISs MS 7selve4 on the fr1itiMfi- c oJ r quality of ourI n j14 Cl t5 q t Fnits CI lest Iud Cakes t 7 1 t ii Fresh Bread Baked Daily t 1 E I- xi t Atoursodaf bItanarsir4it pared at all tkM to t srvpsftw r drinks COC1Q k Hot Ckoco ti 11atetc v J We serve MeaU in the I I t o tood old hmltyle v iir 4 f 7j v i11 i7 Dertleins Confettloicry f ljir 1 I 1 4 KATIE lOTLEtN k MO Pn f t I 4 4 4 I MELJONES- I ii r I l hf t DEALER IN r Iz + I LIVESTOcKr 4 4 c L sl tiJ1 youhave anythingj to s t rrm want to buy I either hytt r IIIf Whiere itis L takenOt Wikli i for sale in the county JJTybu 11 what you need I will shywhereto findit1I t fecy 4 I i MH JONES I t J- I L 5 upeo utmost entirely sYlce tne iftte war Last year the twenty steamers lot 800 whales against 20S In 1006 of which 400 were caught in Korean waters There Is au orchard near Tripoli fa Syria Iwboso history Js definitely ea taplishted by a trust deed covering 490 trees which was Issued 499 year ago The trees look old but they bear trait abundantly The largest teak log recorded In Ran goon was eightythree ami n half feet long with circumference of twelve feet At the butt and seven feet at the tOl and contained over tea tons t timber when cut up Au English physician maintains that the teeth of cows should be cleaned daily on the ground that they are hi tested by many dangerous bacteria which find their wj y Into the aUk and cause Infantile diseases sAIready distinguished as the oldeil comic paper In the United States the Harvard Lampoon is to have a hand some building giving It the honor of possessing the only one owned anCoc cupied by a college publication Miss EUzabetlr Cbesaer has devoted the past year to investigating the con dltlon of women prisoners In EBglaBA She declares that she found very few skilled workers among them the ra t majority being women without a trade or education The Mexican government has com pleted arrangements with the Krwp9s- to establish a plator the mawrfa hire of Mauser b4ItrtS aokeHPW- der and gun cottopSTThe eqvleat- will be modeled liter the ftaH t Krupps In Geray Professor Gfete ofx Httfikh ftirXt- enslve study la E rot aIA A 1Mfk has come to the co clwiloii thft W enl feet are tapl Ur grcwtit c wwr xnai 7 M iut r1 JMt ttMt tlsrw wS Id i 41frse IJit ktw tSiti = t CuMI Ht WiM local serauauisurtS ii taft a ds t I4IheraMfW deal i uy sp etttA l Jthe pteMfff of Mr apcd tTltedt7 et I k it oi a aeIiwet to J a fI of ith JtL 1 iecaiptet == 1 aM d t Y tIoaofliiaabIaeii1Ids owa nae et JNi lIt 11tI ja I t 7 old Fenii4Ia1y UtliSt J l j Nothing i ftfogrrsf JrJiJI Net ji the ikmiwr fw MM wlt 1W flMNl ia 1 i r the cory TIlt PBctS a w b tir r w XWiB isi I age if STSMMJhi wm z peris Mtws1awIta1uie The Dve + qes k a SAfrotH tl to i t 1 r knitekpMMa greatly 4smts All lWM PSed Ill t a jrrJtf wag that tt M rtr04IIJ 19r a WN ii It k prob1 titaVct1 I2 I kwltlbeniu1suI ia 1lIwowWW tec1staetviT o 4iII i a oC tlHs1i y I flhS Set J Ee sioui et4f 1 ahi 1 m UM hMhk tfem- tt to Mitt Of Tf7 41 at I LI psIj 7 r 1 1H I 4 LMtIEIDJ iItikfy C Y 66OIY 1meG- iirI tr JP as i jA4lIIMm j v 4rnr Pr I i 1b 1d tik drainage but tS1I oCon tb proM e atiM1n fiIIk tjuiipo1tanL r eiM jltattftjr W th Iamdln ltz brt ad iiie uiag abflity to produce i l vf plantIr thegiwtki if Pftiata From 90 to 95 js rjefiit of tpf 4ry TiMirtetCpf pants is w s4 car iiipxygen ami ny airiatkI potaIum are tim r pptrp the soil tal likely to become z exkIed TtMttfe three are tatually ap sas tb e atSaI plut foods 1 1itt TiiriL irb p4nt foods ere present In iirlrtittiount8 la all soils In many 1rigcrrtoinctee thi L wpplyiby fheus of commercial reid soilste1 tb wl materIals but tho judicious iif llwwfcJilrea y there It fcuestt jBwtecltbH there U enough phosphor L is hi t uppc seveu ecles of soil thh to Taise a 4rdbuheIi of corn ta the acre yeir slxty years ndnougbIi4 potauwlmi JtIQO years at the u rste Much Qt thiS phosphorus ad asuIs l cqind wltbptherS tcHaji iti14Kk a form that it is uri iaqt iOfW of ttt pdaclpaT proNeinii of the k aratr the3J to snake thlz tored fer tiiitiTlIal1I OPW Ot the most cflfectiTt rioaiui of d lafr thi Jsby keeping the soil plea lthtllj buinsflumus la the ialn given to decaying organic JBatter in the soil ItJs the humus so1IcwtoV tkat titrtoeni have long fe irss an In caltion of fertility g1ves tbesoli a spongy texture asid greatly increases Its water hiding leiptxiJtjr It lso makes the soil lighter cOntalniargeYtc iclbdy easily They ire mel t low tad Te pond readily to cultivation I f Bamiaeonta1aa considerable ultrdgen aftrIsb a home for Bacteria wfifck ajd in making plant food avail P ib4e ptrtalft acfoTs arftalso formed in the ikcayjtf eC htrtiius that aid in r aklfic tb phosphorus vand potas LS Bf jjrallabkj It night almost Te jNija thit ife chief problem of main I 4aiai cfertIHty Is the problem of keep in theoiFsupp1Ied with humus W4ah n tb Humus Sappy y5 Frobally the best wa rof nialntain Birvtfiftiitlmus supply la by the liberal iiae of Iniiniyaror manure The surplus atraw Should be used for bedding so ti aa to aare alf the liquid portion and 1adI totiulk t1e manure Shred ded fodetisIsO joodfor this purv poeTheianure should be hauled J 44 I FWt m ACOUMniiATION OF MANURE f to tbeldnd as fut as formed When vitvfe aliowei to decays Jn ilipbarnyttM r p much r the nitrogen is lost and ralfis faIIiijipon It niso wnshout other mehtar The aanuro spreader Is an Majiernent that shOuld be foundhr fiveryharnyardi Thrfinariurfi can be Ipa4 il dlrjBCt from tjielstabjes to the iireMfer taiinost all seasons of the yeara43sread thD ield With a spreader the manure zgnbesd to corer tyJ 8 much4ipewtti 6 twit the whole fazuii can be goe oteroftener 4 WbIe barnyard maflure undoubt i50J j ot tn0 best means of main StaIeila fertility It cannot always be ba4 MaBy faim ra Because of theIr f Uoo MAT jBarkfita which demand 5cei1I tq Ssis1y thosct cropa than to raise live itk7 Otkera prefer grain fftrmlhi bf it5Ia Ieaa confining Such fa rcj 4 e have some melho4 of na zjtatugfert1lltwhlchdobsaot depend prItharlly upon mnnure m Yalu5of Clover 4S Ts fbeat supstlttite for rnazSure iIs lloer CioveTtv Ruppfles an abundance i f riUrog fn4 thiT nipst rapidly us ed of tS s rT the three essfatlat elements Thxee fourths of the air la made up pf ni fr gen Clover and other leguli ferops ire able to get nltrojte ffoni thl8ourte fay means of bacteria k1h ilv OB their rooj Thes bactera chance th n1lrogenf of theralr Into itt usd1brtaimgen eollefttpd by the1 clover plant is left In ties ii In the roots and stub bleOne crop of clover itt a four year rotation will furnish nearly eqougb ni Irogeti for the regaining three crops the rotation This IsJi much cheaper form of ob taming nitrogen than by purchasing It IB commercial fertilizers at 10 to 15 cents abound Jt is muchmor profit ablp to lieep the nitrogen supply fairly i ji tiiu yltT the continued useda ro si ivlth feguines than to add a xy ttmount Jit one time Nitrogen In form of nitrated Is readily soluble and every rain washes some of It out of the io4L This is not true of jtUe Other essential remerfts toany parked Detent Top liberal a snpplyor nitro gen at one time tends also to promote too rtTplclleaf growth at the expense of fruit or grain The stubble and roots of the clover together with the cornstalks and oihe rubbish wlil do a great deal ta keep up fhe Tiuuius supply In addition to KQ JVr LbABEfO MANTJB spBzunu- uth1tc v foine humus may hdve to be supplied irom some other source This ig espe clallytrue If theWl naturally poor in butane Qne of the simplest ways rnanuIngThisgreen crop such as clover cpwpeas Or aomerof heptegimfe ThiS supplies bioth humuaand nitrpgen t The best tjtne to plpr under such a crop is in the faU so thai it will have time to decay be lore spring A large mass of unde jcayjd material piowed underpin ibtsprltfg checks the upward movement of moisture and is liable to make the larrd soucr Another method of ridding to the hu mus supply Iby mowing a crop of clover about haying time1 and letting it tile on the ground The second crop can be cut In the same way Jrused for lalt feedor for seed V Clbvar Sick Soil After clover has been grown for a considerable length of tiine especially lif much baH been plowed under for green mnntireykbe land Is liable to be come clover sick This 1s caused by an excess ojf acfd In the soil This ncidTcan be ileutraiizedby the appllca flout of ground limestone Caustic or juicklinieslsdot so good as limestone since it burns up targe quantities of humus anti ha gehenUls too riblent in Its action Lime has another adyan tage on clay soils in that it causes the particles to adhere together in larger masses thus making The solp niore porous Thfeiisual ratoof qpj llcatlon Is from twenty to iocty 6ushji to the acre With the application pf lime as well as with the ndppOpp of any other new method It Is best to tryit on ax small scale first Then if it prove profitabitvlts use can be extended 5Ehe judIcioUs use of 5lpver or some other legume will effectively solve the humus awl uitrogefi problems There remains the question of the potassium and phosphorus supply j Clover also iids xwlh these The humus formed 7rjpmJ helps to dlssolve the unavall able jnateriuls aiiil prepare them for the uej f the plant As stated before tfierejls enough potassium In the upper seven Inches of the average prnirjle soil Ho last years tinder fhPmost Intensive vulture und enqugh pos phorus for fifty years fclpvercbaqKes this seven lnches lnto Jwice 4LIflY feet Clover roots go down ten or a dozen feet or farther Alfalfa rootS go dpwn twenty feet or more Ttiese leej roots brlngjup niiiierals from the lo ver layers of ioll and leiye them hpije the shallower rooted grain crops can get them Making Fertility Available Gypsum or land plaster has a coii sfderable effect In mailing jirptassiup and pbosplTorUs available JVppricd at tjife rate of orGOa pounds per acre lt will often Increase crop yields toO sLderably Itnlso has a beneficial ef feet on alkali soils Use one Jor two bushels to the acre Probably the mOst effective way ot makingphpspliorus potassium br oth er plant foOds aVallaulc Isbytiifage Frequent and thorough cultivation keeplngthe jspH fine aqd meljojv prcssesbywhlCliVorsflj rcii6mlcal locked up plant food Is made nvalliible Ib must be remembered howtrvir that the fastfer tl ese materials are lib Derated the sooner wIlt tln supply be come exhausted When rotation with iegumea tillage and the iipplJcatlbnQf lhppatid gjpsum io longer ppoduie eatisfactory results it ba sign thVtv tkerels 4 lack of potassium or phos1 phoniB or both In the soil Phos phOruSlH more liable to become scantr In amOunt since hid snnply Is sraaller fronempai nOd g1 nifid phosphate rock art the best forms in which to apply 1lilsrt4lerlal Thp former V quicker in Its jiition 6ur cpnsldorably more ex penslyp potassium Is iisually bought in the form of muriate or sulphate TellingI esseatal tOWOM Tby yiaiM VW ifrilepts her health aeglectiBg the tgf iiealthcyei s iiy pjJUi vrTt lost er impaired may generally be xV f Rd by the ueoL Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription- y Tajpfeszrfrtlbili 7ta3jS trovcvi6 years paIiwracke1stkeasaaag- ktIitk pr4vaeyf MeIr Ironies t 1ia I inik to indeibp Asado and WIvaIy reporj maIagsk = iivtd to OOseltDrtPercebyletterfre t1Zce r11 sdaisetd1yo4entiai A4essWorlt4s D3epeniary VL V M D Preai4iit BHfalo1N Y I SMSrvIo Ppe44e kO1O P1 Mw i dsiMtqtio4ke1i eyflPwioo ei4te O5OIesTi 4 aJ1tfrff iN pTrapprtls ay 044fr ee eI oIt tp Ic oovr aagilor in cktlz badiag r i stampe S 7r tita Tie KHiejrs An- Wttkciwi iy OraWirkU- afealtlgr KMaeys Make liajwre Jlood- Weafc and unhealthy kidneys are re jpoasible fotmuch slcltaeftsaad suffering jkidneyThtroub1eispermitted tIM continue serious re suits are most likely ta follow Your other organs may need at tention but your kidneys most because they do most and should iave attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak Or out of order yotr can understand hdw quickly your tire body is affected 9udbowevery organ peems to fail to do itsduty iryou are sick or feel badly begin taking The great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampITpot A trial will con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney AnU bladder remedy is soon realized It- standstheliighestbecauseitsteniarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands othe most distress ing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists m fifty cent und onenlol fhavef by mail free also iampb1et tel1in you ho to endout if you have kidney or ladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis take but remember the name Swamp Rooivajod dont ktt dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointed M1SHINTON LTTER- Special Correspondence Aiming to procure uniformly good- architectural construction t1iroughout the pfiMctof Columbia and to pre vent the erection of monstrosities J y jjrltate oJYnerst Engineer Commissioner Judson has under corisidecatldn a plan for safeguarding the physical growth 0f the national capital In or der td Obtain Information as to how this call be acc mpllahed Major jud Spri has asked the aid of the Wasuing tOn chifpTcr American Institute of Architects It has promised to give the matter attention Uniformity of Architecture Most European cities pf the1 first rank and especially European capi tals wrote Major Judson to James Rush Marshall president of the local chapter of architects Inipose upon private bulfders certain requlremenfB as to the aesthetic features of their structures I am not sure that such requirements could be legally enforced in Wasfllnjijton Lam uncertain wneth er Americans are prepared to submit to them Nevertheless since any city Is for the most part an aggregation of struc tures privately planned and erected I do not see how wer can be sure that tBb gtcat Washington of the future v11i rise to a desired plane of beauty unless some procedure shall be adopt ed that Wills limit the power of a pri vate owner to offend thp taste 6f his fellow citizens lessen the value of his neighbors property detract from the beauty 0f his own city and Incidental ly Inflict financial loss upon himself 7 Undo Saris Employees I More than aS500 of the residents of the District of Columbia are employed by the United States and District gov ernmeuts according to a staVeinent made by District officials In response to Inquiries recently received by the commissioners The employers are distributed as follows Government of the District 3QQQ congressional 500 library of congresj 4G3 dcDartmentK and commissions 2513G navy yard 3009 city ppstofficc 819 gpvernment printing pfllce 4050V custom house 12 internal revenue 6 quarterinas tors departmeut 250 engineers de partment 350 ahdjenslon agency 214 total1 8 More thaii 8 per cent of tlio population composed of govern ment employees while about 33 13 per cent of the population are composed of the employees and their families It Is estimated that morcthan 40000 DOO a year is paid these employees for their services the larger amount of which Is expended in the District New Offices For Senators Probably the largest building under taking which viil be completed this year in the new 4000000 United gtates senate office building on the northeast corner of New Jersey aYe tine and B Street There Is no lotk of room hi the nOw strBcture In fact provision has been made for needs that may arise for many years In thefuturc There is it whole floor on the Delawa e nvenue and C street frontage whicli will not be fitted up at all this year As more space Is needed the fourteen suits of rooms bn this side lean be fitted up and made ready tot occupancy with little troubhv or delay Excel With the completion oftlie seven new buildings at the XJnited Stntcis Naval 11nI SclrooL hospItal Wash ington wiJl have one of the largest and iuosj upMo date naval hospitals the world A great deal of thought and study havii bceii given to the detalisi of the plans for the new hospital by both the construction and medical ofBciais of the navy department Each building will be two and a halt storied iii height and will be built of brjclt nod concrete Each cxterlpr brJek vall wlirimve aii air space of twt irictits and everything will be done to niakq tile buildings as nearly fireproof as possHIe It will require about a year to con plete tile entlrel work and It is estl iriated that the cost willj ber about 300000 State Department Expenditures Louitf Warner secretary of the cpm mlttee on expenditures of the state det partment of wljiclr IleprcsentJitlvd JohJi W Week of Massachus tis is chairman has written mid the govern Smenf printing oIHcc has published a cprapreheusive history of expeudltuies In the State department since tile foun dation of the United States Jt gives ri KpIendUl hIstory of the state ilcpart ment In the broader aspect also and la a vaiuable york of rcfereuce rue eOlllIiluitlOLl of this book is an in dication that Chairman Vecks pro oses at the noxt BcssloH to make his coninilttee du spine active work in IjrOblnKInto state department expeodl lures Heretofore the coinnifltee has boeu iaigel3ornanieutui Floral Jete bi September t Something on tile order of a floral fpje jvlll be held In Washington dur Jug the month of September A decil rton to tliLi vffpct has been reqeneU by iiuf c tmiuitt n on ad vertislm of the 1 bdtnner or commeru 4Iof richly colored flowers will lie In bloom during September and beautiful floml decorations call be accomplished wlthvomimratively flttlecofit To advertise the aCfalr the commit tee fa confjlderrug sending ah automo bile party to nearby points In Maryl- And irglnla and Pentisylv nla to distribute folders and talk personally with tint PeoPle On the day of the parade excursions will be run from nearby cities mid towns By this means 1tis thought the inefchajits In Washington will be brought Into cloier touch with their patrons from out of tOWB CARL SCHOFIEED- r While BroHed A well dressed man hurried Into one of the prominent rQstaurauts on Times square a few nights ago and seated himself at one of the tables waUedofc by Dave otherwise known by reason of his dlgnlfled features anti portly bearing as vthe senator l iu ill u great hurry said the strangjer How bug will ft take to get ine a broiled IbbsterV About fifteen minutes sir replied Dave Well all rjght put hurry it up Dave started for the kitchen to glvt the ord0r but had not gone twenty steps when the stranger saturn ed him back othe table Get me a telegraph blank and ring fox a messenger boy When Date returned with the blank the stranger was feeling in his change pocket I havent any change Be started to reach into his vest pocket Get this ijlll changed no let the have a quarter That will anTe timei Daye handed bUn a quarter Now hurry with that broiled lob ster commanded the stranger begIn lug to write his telegram When Dave returned wlt i the lob ster nicely broiled the stranger was gone also DaTes quarter New York Tlmesl The Tatin Aeroplane 5If we call the aeroplane an airship It is not a new idea by any means for as far back as 3879 nearly thirty years ago Victor Tatin a French entlsr made one wjilch went through the air ntthe speed of twentyfive feet a QConQ or over a quarter of a mile a minute As those were the times when the modern gas engine such as we usxs ln the automobile arid pow er boat was unknown compressed air was th5 motive force ft passcrt from an air chamber into two propel lers which forced the areoplane through the atmosphere as a boat goes through the water This airship which made a successful flight at Men don near Paris had two wings of light silk stretched on Tfrooleu frames which kclit them tllstcridcd TThise wings or sails vould be turned in dif ferent directions like the sails of a yacht only instead of being arraug ed up and down or In a vertical direc tion they were nearly horizontal Day Allen Wllley In SL Nicholas The Cat and the Mouse All the children Join hands except tie one lnskh tile ring who Is called the mouse li thl one outside fwho culled hv cat They begin tfaej game by giIC oound rapidly and raising their arms The cat Bpflngs In at one side and flue mouse jumps out at this other They then suddenly lowertheir arms so that the Cat cannot escaped The cat goes around cry lag MewJ Mewl and as the circle Is obliged tb keep dancing around all the time she Is pr tty urc to find a weak place to break through A soon as she gets out she chases the mouse wno tries to save herself by getting Into the ring again If she gets In without being followed tty the cat the cat must pay a forfeit but If tim moue Is caugVtsliemust pay a for ifciL Thenjliey name those who are to take their places and fall into thp circle and thegnme goes in Person and Object To playerSPieave the rejoin together and after due consultation decideupqn some particular persont either histor ical or fictitious abou whom they would be prepared tp answer any ques tions which might be put to them by their friends Not merely la some particular person tnouRhtofc but ais something belong fag to him for Instanck pare of his dress his dog his frieud or some pe culiarity by which he Is well known On returning to the room One of the players will represent tie persontbcr other the object In t iru they are qu6stloijcd first the person then the object While being questioned the person must not volunteer any lnfor matlon relative to the object Neither must the object give any light about tthe person Each must speak solely for hlutseTf till the pldicri succeodlh guessing who and jvbat have been the subjects of the thoughts Nervous Collapse iI have traVelpd for thirty years continual I lost a great deal of slqep which together with constant worry le ft me jn such a nerous state that finally after having twb coUapscs of nervous prostration Iwasobliged to give up traveling al together I doctored continually but with no relief Dr Miles Nefvine came to my res tiefcannot describe the suffering which this Nervine salved me Whenever I am particularly nervous a i ew doses relieve me A G C IIBBY Wells Me There ref many nervous wrecks JTIierejs nervous pros tration of the stomach of the towels an OLther organs The brain the kidneys the liver tile nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to do build up the nepvoussystern by the use of Df Iviiles Restora tiye Nervine SIts strength erting Influence upon the nerv otis system restores normal action to the organs and when they all work in harmony health is assured Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all ac cording tcj directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money S Ljw J= r1U iaijj riai1 rr z Vrv m aio GRADE VCONNERCM1SCIIOO1V OP filE Offffu O41 THE CoMiozi R NCHEs IPICLatIING 7flE99LDh7A Tu kEAUI1FUL 1ATALA6llFA IJSSOHS W 500KKEEPW6 BY KML GRADUATES SECURE POSITfoNswjujpii p RiTEjiowr DDREss BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY owu- NEW SHORT S1ITHE SPORTGORth When Uncle KnHte Forgot Uncle Knute NelsOn the patriarchal senator from Minnesota wh is proud ot his Scandlnaviap bloodi Is some what given to insistence In the matter of scna rial attention It makes him fussy Ito have the other senators leave the chamber In jrtumbera when some one Is speaking A few days ago Mr Nelson brokc in on a speech to de mand a call of the senate Then while tins clerk was calling the roll Uncle Jvnufe forgot about it and went out to the smoking room himself with the result that there was silence tot lowing the voicing of his name Sen ator Burton Qf Ohio a moment later called Mr Nelsons attention to Itt I tint surprised senator remarked Mr Burton with mock earnestness SurpriSed at whatfaskedtheMin nesotan Why that yOu shoujd stir up all this trouble nod cause this delay by insisting on u call and that you shonkl then lear ethcj chamber aa you didr Say Burton answered Uncle Knute Im surprised myself what SasLiurJtIs tT utT reiuhuls me oha Swede ill In my Htale who was one of a slump blast lug gang One tiny when the dynamite had been placet and the fuse lighted Ole yelled to the other meli to run Svhlch they did The blast knocked Oli down and bruised him some H cattle limping away after the shock shakiiighls head and muttering Ay iuuii p busy gettin them away he saidt that I forgot abOut that dynamite Cincinnati Commercial Trib Oiie SS He Tells It on Himself 5Frhd Hates Johnson who has charge of the course of JournaUbni at the In dllina State university and who ins a star reporter on tje Iiulianapolls News vfor a number of years vent to Chi cago for the fiiit time during the Worlds fair lIe Ilild never been to a thcatcr but decided to go one night andwent with a boy friend Thic hind their supper early and jipt to the thea ter shortly utter 7 oclock before the doors werp open As soon as they could they got tickets antI went 1w There was nobody in the hoU e Tuey silt lii the toni for a time wondering whtit wah golig to haJJpeii Then the lights were turnoil up ami they saw the curtain They adnilretl that wuli- lcleutly they thought and wondered what came next Some people ca me In and talked sin lou hfd Then ie outside curtaln was rolled up display ing another curtain with a bl picture onit Johnson hind been ilrnggvd Ihroiigh the art pallirlos lit the fair for lays and he warfTMther Dreoli iiIttnris Awful stow sitting here looking at a plrture he said Thats what U fcV replied lila com PflLiIOiiSThey stulltl the picfure on the cur tain some more The orcfiestra began to playv Iluh said Tolinson that music Isnt helping shy frlveseea all 41u pictures want for the rest of my life Lets go out on the street where notgoingI picture t houphf t Iw t heater was bettor than this V Sifc dll rcpliod lila companion andthei Jjft Iiulbnltipplls Star Difference Is Inferential storydtijig with Dr AbbpU ami referral ro pbatedly to his coiiiipctlon with Duti ijig v At last lr Abbott cotjld taijil It no Ipnger nlhl protected Uuf my loar sir I am not ttlie Ml tor of Ontinjr ltli4utingedit Outing T in the editor of hi4 OiitiooW Why ess me Si you nfPM Tried his Alsavls Funny should have made tllint mistake Really couldnt have confused two urUuIIuls more tttrlklnply tliffurcnt Wluivas Chit lug rnakps a religion of sport the Out look OJght to Shoot ltk More powerful than precise So Senator AldrIch characterized the ther day nri attack on certain of his la lff Ideas More powerful than precise he rej ipeated like thEe editorial In the Yutan Sunbeam Tills oditorjal ruin IWi wilt not Outer Jnto a pntrp vcrsy with the Slimy hissl gMoIf whrt rlek to spit venom from hits forked tongup on the edItor oftiw Siinheam The way tb treat such crawling vet jtnln is Just to lot tiioiu bellow EIecfri BittersSucceed when everything else Jailfc Jn nervous prostration sad female weaknestea they are the supreme remedy M thousands have testified LIVERANDTOMACHrROURLE it ia the oMt medJciae ever told over a dnjggi f counter J UIPaUll Pennrs Great Runner In the east where in harmony with views In other parts of the country the nthietic critics are very enthlslas tic over the work of BIlly 1auiC the xunnerImat b race WlthI harold Vilson the- grtEnglisb milor now In this coo- ntr1flaevet It te o1at ill likely thlsfijmeetlng will take place as Paull WILLIAM PAOLL PENHS GBEAT BDNKEIU has announced that he wllknot run1 again until tin fall At the rent In tercoliegla IP champIonships Jipld In the Harvard sladluin at CaUbyId Mass Piiiiil carried the red dud bine of Pennsylvania to victory In tire mile event In 4 nInnies 1745 seconds the fastest time piadp since Tommy Con nefif retired and the fastest iiine eyr mqde by on Aniprican born citizen donneff uus an adopted isonjof bncIe Saw first seeing jhe light oft day Tn the EniKraid islE Horr to Coach Northwestern M B HoVr captain of last years University of Syracusei football teamr has been chosen as fbotbdff coach ar tsorthwestern college Evanstoto ill Csot only was Horr one of the greatest foothpjr players but vas also a noted athlete in track antI Held 1ents ned besides bis duties as a football coacb 6orr will also1 be tBe coaHifor the purple track teatu flOuT wIll grduae this year fcotri the tafw schpb1 at iiyra ease and Ma duties nf Northwestern will begin with the opening of the next schoo lyear In September Iff theLnew game of football ETorr la considered AP expert lie playeadu the Syracuse team for fojir years and twice during this time he was picked by Walter Camp as an all American tackle During his senior jear be was captain Of tim team Horr will be employed at Northwest era all the year roud Aftirthe foo ball reason Is over Be wlfl take hold of the track team and wllhhave charge 4cff the big indoor athletic field until outdoor work can be taken tug utter tie weather moderates 9 Youthful English Jockeys yi Frank Wootton the aixtecnyeai rd Jockey who hiss begun tbtr Oaf racing season so brilliantly at Lincoln Eng land has had toany fumous produce sora almost as precocious as himself although he has now bpen riding fiVe years r Feed ArclieC begun his wonderful carper attwelvp by winning two races on consecutive days and in his third year ha4 twentyfive winning mounts George Fordbnni won his first laurels at Brighton England when lie was only thirteen Harry CJustance scored his first win on Ada at the age of fif teen and Toni Cannon hifd his first mount at fourteen Struck Out TwentyVfour Men In a pim of baU played in NobTps vllle Md between the BlacU pla mouds a team composed of colonnl Georgeliowentlie latter team s rnqk ut twentyfour YOunglloWeiiold nitchcd several no hit genies last seasOn lie has had several ofTerx tp play setnlprofpssloual hall buit fit prefers to remain Itithe1 pjllce of the wjulclihisf Baseball Popular In Panama Baseball follows the hug cvdu In our tropical possessltnis In the iiiuania cjuial ZOIJP twoliajues recently filnyrd a MriiH of championship games At Colon the sport has iali n uch u hold that It Is pruposvd to put up a iitV baseball patk before the next league season Tile games draw attendances varying from to 1200 19121begames In Berlin Germany In 1012 has been settled In the negttlvpt there bc Jug practically no chance pf cpmplpf Ing the stadium hi time It wris Were fOre propoald at the cpnfereuccj of the Olympic committee In that city to hold the next games q t Stnltboiic S vcdew Avoid Unthrifty BOars Nevor liSt a btnr for aervlce while he is deterioratIng in tlealr IVr best results tin Hoar Hhouldb on the up gradpgpttlng in better condition Don buy auy ovCrfat boar lie will not brlilgthtt but resultj Avoid a lean uiithrirt b pr Ills pigs wilt lack vitality Silage a Good Tonic The Influopcepf well preserved st lifion the dlgesthe Hywteni and geu era health of tile atilmal Is very Bene flclal It Is a nilltl laxative and arts in thla way very plmlUvr to green fvldor FOP the Summers Cooking Noldt3ienapplianciegivessuch actual satisfaction and real home newPerfeqioaWick Stove Kitchen work this comirtg- vsummeriwilLbei better and quick 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