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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y t ESTABLSIIED Dlilk4 jf 1 4lllPlhTitvIlT I I = v I NO 3i r i 4 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY4KEP4TUCKV AUGUST 17 1911 u i 0I jPE1YEiI tt ttIfigi1- I lFREEADMISSION c k NlCfflHn SE SHOW r rF 4FULA INNOVATION FOR ANN UALSTATE FAIR 1rtH IofWIL1YOUB 4gii Fw All Kentuckian Is Adopttidiy Mafmwit Perrys VIe tory ri Lake Erie IhtA ipereM of Bewdepartffleats and at traUecwk1ctrt1aTebe1 elteabjthe state fair board for tke coming 9th I azail tate fair do not by aay means ro cottttltute all of the inducements to the public to attend at a proposition which cap the climax for gen rlty has besithially decided upaa Thapis to admit the public tc the show at night la the patllio fro ott charge To be exactt the only requit site far admlBsioBl to hIs shoW ooe which will Include dozens of Corses which have carried off premiums In 1the most exclusive shows in the coun trY will be to buy a ticket for admis efoa at the gate In the past an extra admission fee of 25 cents has been charged for the privilege of the horse show lield each nightthThe only excepOBn to this rule will be that a few seats will be roped oft and UtkeU for these will be sold But rthose not washing io pay an extra quarter even though the horse show wwIIl ire worth dpBble that sum may see 1t In perfect comfort by occupying free of charge any of the seats noareserved to be soldJ IsnefitFa other Induce ments the greeting 111 be there will your Isi expected to be heard on vallweek By the way there Is a good deal of real patriotism embodied in this tasprcsslon 111 be there will idyri l irishuke big fhow which Is being pro I pauM4lor ih people of Kentucky Vtf jjgal Jlobe a fair for the mate risJybtri fltolt one man or set of men r MaBrjkusime i men are giving up j bth rlfiaefaBd going to much trot uli tkOlt recompense of acter in order to make the anyclarI cess Tens of thousands of dollars will be paid out to Kentuckian In preml vms the Industries and resources of the state will be helped and the cit tent given an opportunity to see and lean at a cost of fifty cents eacl1JTa6 ri ua1i8wcI be fieBor learned under such ctrcumatanteB anywhere else In the country except at a similar I Institution Therefore when a Ken tuck1aialong about thevtlme4stafe fair week ajKpache is ieard giving his i MJghber this greeting he is Interestt j din encouraging the exhibition c fcothe products of his home state and h eO dtiTheXentucky State pair is devel ftff each year more and more mt0h te Where friendships are rentw1r 4 irelaUvea are met voters are cor railed aad conventions of all charac Iters htUf In the past the convention tent htis been tlocated at ah outofthe Way place hard to find and poorly 10l cated Secretary P Shy has de0 cidei tate year to locate it to the left as th4 visitor to the ground enters ifewctly tppoilte the Model School SvlMIir A commodious tent will be fr14Hand all arrangements nee eJfior to the holding Of the different gtiiMi made Bureau ef Information Ip Still another lnn twjdchEtheof Information located j8tatthe9 oJat where the mala road for pedes f branches off around the semi ttflece of lawns used as a rest iiiffjU ce Secretary Shy says that In thUf BnreaTu of information he wicUTe established a man who knows his bolD M and who will freely give atIytj infMfxiabtA as to poins around the rfjgrotndii jhKrys famous victory on Lake J Jki t which soon Is to be celebrated I In Tin Imposing manner by represent tlves of several states together with the national government will be t amoiJg tkelre works features ThisI 1sa feature noiUonly apropos but One which promises to be of thrilllnsrin terest tr DAtES WHEHIHT i 4FORFALRrn5 CLOSE- 44Sr 1 o SECRETARY SHY CALLS TION TO 4 WILL HEJOii tvSecretary jttuckf State Fair Bolrd is anxious tol Shave the fact impreied on the minds of prospective exhlbftora that the final iv dates fisd for the Aosing of entries in 1 All Iepartments 4iii be strictly adhered toSIn thayonly1 saldt See retary Shy can Jj treat eery 0Jle plike This J intfcd doing amd it will b necessary to teiw to receive en tries after the gates set forth In the vpmeVs d par 1ttleld alSrtiatereetitlaurgedr LZ den which elles to the fteta ekwlll close are Jw i8 nyns Departat Sturd- br2- iUe Moaday Iaiber IeM aa ckais Mon4ay tp br4wkM Kotiiay Iept br t mr k4 7iiI Tbria3 Ilp ein 4 7 6 rS11 Ti i r IVEWS4J3AD13R w J au 1fE t t 2 Utxviii i r Dyuamite Does Damage A charge of dynamite ued for- eth purpose of removing a stump from the sidewalk in frinit of the j JamrVI afternoon wa quitesucces ful in s far as remoyicg the objec tionablei stump wes concerned but very disastrous results folca we4 iid itw wake Finucan rothers were prepiring to potI down a concrete ptvpm int ndl were the arid q 1CuickestunanlIttmouslyin it the amount suggested varying jfrom onetQllve sticks Mr j George Finucan finally decidedse tthat seboutamount after n aihoel t idynamte and covered it with atw 500 pound bowlder Theoplosion came and the huge rock was reduced to many small piecesj also the stump and hurled j in every direction A large jneceofhe stump was hurled rough tbeclosed shutter across the street at the home of Mr ItiS Hamilton and a piece struck t his motherinlaw Mrs Mary t Jarboei who was sittingnear the j window above the eye iinflicting wound aL required five stitches to close Mr Rose t Mackin who was in the room was also struck but only slightly hurt A number of cups on the opposite wall were broken Age window at Mr F R Abells res ence was also broken but noc one hurt The accident caused g anrJ coorhoodl MrsVJarboes injury while quite painful is not serious and she tt has about recovered from tho s hockMarion Falcon 4 3 Thirty Years Together Thirty years of associationthink of How the merit of a good thing stands out in thattime orthe worth lessness of a bad one So theres no gHQaswork in this eyidence of tthos fhavetforatughnce it finds entrance In a home you cant pray tont Many families ave used it forty years Its t most lufallible throat andlung medi cl obnegrippe ascthma hayfever croup quinsy or sore lungs Price 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Later WilliDiscovered i While looking through some hapersOfor Knott last week Mr J M Knott found another will written several years later than the will probated The bequests andI conditions of the later will were the same as the one probated ex opt thai the clause leaving a thousand dollars for a public drinkiDg fountain in Lebanon was omitted and the property on l Shuck street now occupied by the family of Mr R L Nesbitt j becomes the property of his son Proctor K Te3bl when he be comts21ofa e A rftwill be filed in the cir 9itt court to set aside the order ofthe county court probating the wit und when this is doneI t ejater written will will be pro batedMarton Falcon I 4OhMyh14 The Louisville Herald In a lengthy editorial takes issue ith Editor larry Sommers of the Blizabethtown News andj incidentally sets up a d jfense of JfldgeO Rear for bis statement rlgardipg Senator BJadley atI the recent Republican State Convention The statement made by Judge O Rear was thlty dcs plte the machinations of the llobby hert Iis one Senator from Ken tucky on whose title there is ho t1qj and On whose record there b no blotJ We can see J1 cause for t19 JSerald setting up a col qttii lieilgth defense when it i u1di nbWjj as all know that iikJtidge Ogear bad not elieyed his worts to be true nothing this QfbeiiveB apnW bav6 forced ilJi a touttep them jiTtidge ORe ir Se1i edeIIT word lie utteredJ bellfll autt this being the siesnse ia necesssry ountabO jf The Sangers Combined Shows Differs From- OtherShpvs There pre many ways In which inedShdwsdiftel visit tothismonstertented eri 1er p 1se when it OtPi to Spri g field on Monday August 21 till use people who hdve been com paining that all the shows wre alike to quilify tthis atatemen bT adding excepting the Sangers- onxbiued Sbow 1The union of two large circuses resemblesother tented enter prises inasmuch as tthe perfo ane is given under a tent Whens it comes to the circus acts themse selvesother institutions which are hrli fThej toicether circuses The only inin driilj in captivity is in this de pa tirtuientIio lontigerwitnan the tigers skin is another rare feature A grand street parade iis given in teeverycityturnout of the Dublin Interna Ohampiopsis wi fithday t AftacK Like Tigers ijiln ghtinff to keep the blood pure the white corpuscles attack disease rms like tigers But often germs multiply so fast the little fighters are ntercemeczema saltrheum and sores multiply d strength and appetite fail This ndition demands Electric Bitters to regulate stomach liver nevs and to expel pqtsons anAjjc blood They are the d purifier writes C T Budahnf foundlTbeynerves and build up your health TryI them 50c at Haydon Robertsons Ollie Jaines and Taftj Before Ollie James was t and forty they usedt call bimII Whiteyl his home in Marion Crit tenden county And by the way Ollie called on the President the otherday when he succeeded in tainiqg the services of the Washington Marine Band for the Lexington Fair android bisIheartbecausehe kept chair big enough for a fullgrown man to sit down in They say that a special bo dyrestec will have to be manu lactured for Ohio when he take is seat In the Senate And nd matter how large they makeiti Ollie will till it all right menjtally as well JUt physlcallyDanlUe- Ad vocate A King Who Lot Home set the world to talking but Mathulka of Buffalls N Y says aliialways keeps at home the King of LaxatlvesDr Dings New Life and that theyre a blessing to all bib family Cure consumption headache Indigestion dyspepsia Only 25c ait Haydon Robertson The love of a negro for a watermelon proved sadly disasr trious to two of them Monday aiternoonat Chicago Ky Asa result Bill Hazelwood about 66 years old whose home was neat New Market lies in his gravq and Cbatlin Johnson aged about 5 years whose home is near St In4twas amputated just above tht ankle and other injuries The accident occured about 4 oclock Monday aternoon They were struck by Assistant oil Nigger Local No 82 at the crossing just in front of the Catholic church at that pofnt Jlihe train crewstates that theji had blown for the station and had received a signal to go ahead when they saw awagonj team drive hurridly over the crossing just as the negroes drove on apparently nnscious of eyery4 thing else lathe world but the watermelon they were eating It was toqllate to stop As soon as they c6nldthev rushed to the assistance of the inthebackoftbehead i J 8O118 right foot wasm sbedoffj The horse wa killed and the bJggy made Into kindling woodIs New Haven Echo f 7 FIREr Destroys Louisville Herald Building And Plant 4 Fire at 580 oclockl vpsterdayj morning nndecompl its ruin of Mlnkei18trthe Louisville Herald and corn pletely demolished jilie Herald plant Three walls ajre standing and the entire interior is agJ 511 tiff wreckage Business recrfrdjf and honks wereVRa ied t- OnE of the prexsesi1te rll ward end of the basement is in twuchabapethatrvice may be occoinplished afi a small expense Jppur of the tnotypefloor which did not tjfall through1 the bassment areirjpssibiliiies of salvage The totall loss dp pends upon these sjmilar condi ons It is beliqved the HeraldS ss is fully cbtered by ance li The loss to Mrs Mjry M y6rj owner of the building is estimax d at 15 000 Her Ion William P Mayer who occnj ted the rear portion of the second floor as tf storeroom estimates his loss byre j and water at 8 000 1 In Jless than an hocraftecsthe fire was first discovered the clarred supports allowed the completion of the bavlc by giv- ingi way on the third floOr hurt lingitsi weight of bi linotype machines type metalland heavy ereotyping equipment down through the center ofj the build iing to the first floor where the whole melted and broken mass of steel and iron lay jfe heap of useless debris ii Few people were iif the build iing at the time as th city edi ttion bad been run off and most of the employes had gone home No one was injured putt ther wereseveral narrow Escapes The fire was discovered by John Darneil a newsboy who noticed smoke cnrnhg from a window on the fourthhour where the engraving depajrltmant is locatedl He ran to the building and seeing the rellectJtio the flames on the from tbe insidei of the third flab rushed back to the corner of Fourth and Market streets and turned in an alarm frdm box 42VThe fire department quickly esponded and when Chief Lob arrived flames were shooting from the windows on tbe third nd fourth floors and volumes of s ioke were pouring from the windows on the seqond floor Great crowds collec ed and iti was necessary to si atton fifty policemen to hold th curious tramf breaking throug the lines Almost before the men could get the hose stretched he walls ca vedin and the floor ave way Louisville Herald Jfugust 11 ItGrHeres Some Import nt News for Men Who are Srow ing Bald s People who have taken our word for it that Parisian Sage is th real hair grower beautifier and dandruff cure have never been diaappolnfcd Heres the word of a person whptook our word I have been using PaBian Sage about a year When I begijirusing it I had only a light fuzz oijj my head Now 1 have a good thick grbwth and iti is growing thicker and longer right along Many people don peUeve It can be done but I know from my own experience witn Parisian Sage that it can I tan recommeud it in the fullest confidenceGalnse iirown North FillmoreSt Maryville Me1 The above statement vafr mode to Dr C D Koch of the Koeh jPharmacy MaryvlllerMOrf April 29 Will Large bottle 50 tents at Haydon r Willett and druggists everywhere +Crop Report T Fraiikfort KyM Aug3Only half a er ed in potatocropwUl1at I ing to report fur July issued today by the Commissioner of Aribulture from the reports recel ited from all parts of theStatieit Other theyhaYpisJdIeredgr will riot show so large a falling off The following is the rtporC of the Commissioner Hardly a repcrt ba pone iojt Julyhichmarks spoken of the greatdrouthcwtiich has prevailed Kepctucky generally during mouth of Jut All crops have suffered greatly for the need of rain our reports in general showing the smallest percentage 1of crops in Kentucky they have for years The ield of wheai as hhovn bv oar reports now that gll the wheat crop vas bten harvested a 4nda fairly good average as com pared with last year ffTh it Id of oitsrfor the year 1011II co pdrt d With l91ihlch was an excpinatly oap year shows a decided decrease as compared with the the crop of wheat and rye this year The condition of alfalfa for- eth State as compared with last Julvtshowsper cent The condition of corn tbru out the State is reported from every section as being badly thiof rain and if rain is hadinsuffl cient quantiij and at regular intervals we may yet expect a threeIourtbs crop i1 not more The nearest a failure of anytcrop for this year and the pffo whIchshows thelleast percentage of any crop is the potato crop The peach crop for the State for the month of July as corn pared with ast year shows less than a half crcp Tneapplecrop for the State as taken from our reports shows a hUe more thana half crop as compared with last yearj Kentucky Fair Dates ThE following are the dates IfixedLawrenceburg Aug 154dayst Sbepherdsville Aug 224 days Springfield Aug 224 days Shelbyville Aug 224 days Liberty August 288 days Nicholasville Aug 298 days Bardstown Aug 804 days Franklin AuguRt31adays Paris September 4r6 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville September 116 days Glasgow September 27r4 daysi Heavily Fined On County Court day town Marshal Willis Simpson assisted by the Sheriff A C Bucner ar rested Bob Smith and George Collier and brought them before County Judge 8 K Baird The testimony Developed the fact that Bcb Smith went to Fairfield early Monday morning and came back to Taylorsyijle with a con siderable amount of liquor TneIa testimony further developed tile act that the whisky was in Gorge Colliers room on thei cross street opposite the Courtt House The marshal and sheriff were sent to search Colliers room and they found a sack containc mg fortysix pints of whiskey Then Smith was charged with bringing whiskey intQ local op tiqn territory and Collier was charged with having Whiskey in his possessioa in local option territory Oa Tuesday morning both were tried InJudge Bairds court and the Jury returned a verdict of 100 fine and a SOdayaijail sentence for Georee Collier for having wiskey in hIs possession in local option territory and Bob Smith was fined same for bringing whiskey into local option territory Spencer Courier R H Edelen Pays 45000 For A Farm R H Edelen yesterday pur chased tbejarge farm of Dr B McOlasky on the Prestionstteet road for the sum of 145000 giv lug a threestory brick house at 971 South Third street in part payment The farm contains 240 acres and on it area two andahalfstory residence and tour small tenement houes The place will be hId hyMn Edelen as ap investment The Tbfrd street residence which figured jin the deal is a three iilorjrkrlck structure containing twelve roomsL0uIaftleTimeL 1J c n r 6 lEDUGATfimAL GOLUMN j Edited by Mies Emma NunanI JJ q out two schools in ibe county on Monday the 7h inst This promises tool Jar superiorr to the old plan of opening choolat any umeUter cue tfrst Monday in July in as ujtcn as ir does away wittt ohe Of iue very not months in whicd it is cruel to coutine anybody io anything very llug ai a tme much feis IIr utIDtytu tie elltyl1ve net jvoos growing ctiiidreu m W crowded rouiu for sixiOugl hours i u da Bfceiue a the sctiooh lgmonLhlYthe same time and it is iiuptd that yery school l in the county will have an eighfcimonihs term which will be of untold advantage to teacher dMuchdependsaa to whether or not the term la eight Dlo thsMr Bush andt and the County Board have done their part suffice is tosayaL eachlr1cani ever the conditions Doubtless everyone who Is m trested in the educational cul tural and even the financial aa1 vantages of tho County is dis appointed that the Graded practicII TllisIIIMackVillOhasi t rested iin education and nearly half of the teachers in the counf tyare from or near there It iis Lobe regrettecLtbat they did nttp have fwhezefjia would have been an advantage j tbettermentt t I community is no friend to it and blindly does a lasting injury lq himself his neighbor hts coun ty his slate his nation 11ea and bis God j for good sphoolsv are ihbbdsisof all good citizenship The little fifty cents oh the one huudred dollars in such an in v oestmentfold its value materially not consideripgfnat greatest of allLo dividends which is felt rather thad seen MackyiTle knows titeLawrenceschool at Mount Zion on Mon i finKf teacher since he Is ago ious and t IShatISf teachers are made of i Commissioners Sale John MatJieirly Plff EquityFBy virtue of a Judgmentahd order of the Washington Circuit Court rendered t the May term 1911 in the above fettled cause for the sum ot 54858 Wlth interest at the rte of six percent per annum from the date of this sale un tilpaid I shall proceed to offer for sale at toe Court House door In Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST 28 1911 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being lbeatcredit of12 months the following described property to writ v InWashingtonfrom Jensonton on Turkey creek now owned by F M Crawford irid contain iing 53 and 65100 acres The costs in addition tp above sum of 684J68 are estimated at 75 For the purchase price the Purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearingJepaid and having the force and effect of 1equlre4toC PBOSLEY M CW OQ Public SaleS w willl at MooreilllleLKyo n Saturday August 19th 1911j offtr for sale to the hiehest bidder the following personal property 18 buggies Post Enterprisei and Beaumont As the season is about over e will sellikhese buggies regardless Of price Also a nIce lot otharb 8WetJIlI also sell somo Some stock hogt and cattle t Terras On acredrtbf 5 months note with good personalj corj ty negotiable and paviKty jir bank and bearing 6 p rcVn lr ierest llllae required CurUiggtr Yates V S M Campbell Auctiotie CryFIR C A S TOflII ISSfb E TheSuppjjNot t Eq9a1 totheDtaii4S This country never Vjias tot wixirmu es TheNi isawayiia buyer at a lair price dr every mule that is raised fThey ire kUloftaYItheir lives Uiey ra mono ifiak ers According jto ov6iriimiint estimate the sveragfatrh pnce tfinulsl 4ri qs countrXhIag zJ ways been higher tlunlpe aver age price of nprsesS There iis 1ptI sOlLuohvaiue potvtfpbnthV b est mules for 86i JQdad r tisJng purposes asuppd he beet itthes11id 01 iht b4r h1il tfl re are IJrObabJjnotspSrbidj vlugs akng muls a auYong lioAsrjit PifVa h and In tfshJ l are borne bravely oj te tunJe His spiritis seldom J at ecftfiioy 1o f exuberant thwfaBtT HOT oes Itsuccurnbabtlw cOir genient of n unrzLtti4ggrIiJ of toiL Bat eqt and equ ibl 4ifii temper an4hardy in body J8 mule is toeJ rJba 4i rd6at most varidg iPtJborlit any wonder tfut rnrk4t price fSibatpartieson tloe Pkcifc coast 1b ave recently been 1nv atl Un the feasibility of irporting mules from Ctiiaa rmera Home Journal t N tice t All creditors or persons having c theteaiteJotJohiiuttonS required topreientt r ajaiac 1rawJ Ltratoro said gpinJ atibis real den J nQar M CkyilleW i J ttoi1CollnLyl Kentucky pn orl AugustIi I1911 s 1 kf f A dministra tot of TQbI Sutton Dceased 7 t e1r04 and yetsleeplesiHlrthncqastoit ci Clay CItyIllcuEhd indj couched Hewas la the mountarns on theja vicf f fivedoctors who aala hej had ctNi sumption but fonnd no help iIJi th elimateidd tarted home Helrlaf f Dr Kings New Discovehr hbe- ang to use it I believe itjlaveiiy llife he writes for it mide aaeir man flint of ne to that I jean ndjr dp rood work agaIn For altJlull fdis aaea coughs coldslagnippusiiaI croup uhooplng1 cough hay lever y 1i rqrittJfreef rtson 4loke aAI ball gmeandliltt fatberi tOftbt fheSchool ftirst So he wfeft so Bus l day SObooland then caband ate dinner and then hi wen to the ball game f Whonrhe came horneihkpapii asked him which best and he said the e was t much difference Attfie Gftarcb they were singing Wiun3 up for Jesus and at the talL gamp t eY1 ere yelling aetldbwafor Jesnsrv aakeUasey Covnty News ComrrmiiomrVSak Waihington Curcuit Court Ky Emily Cocanougher etc Plff EquityRayBy virtue of a Judinhntland order of sale of the WaabingtonCircuitCour t rendered at the May t rm 1911 in the above styled cause I shall Centhouset MONDAY AUGUST 21 19tl at Z Vcibck p D1 or there bOut t6 th highest bidder at public auction upon a fqlloIngA certain tract of toad7iitwatd4 Washington county Ky etk waIof Little Beech Yorkabout wven miles from Springfield near HardM Chpel and known as the JLa y Canwy dower containing about 165J ersi This tract has no buiUUfs JMitkM plenty off timberand thilMs0 igfeo4 orthpurehaae pricf tEPsN1iSM t or purchasers with apwepHcurit y QrnretJ 1sUNt1WtLte f s4 bsz4eIlenl hitereit datisC frCiaRd eKM- 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nrT t Ii SI D44r rr 1dI M t1 a1iWbre J 7 z i W tooi TIfl s liTiiI2 jhIPII whiek 1 s ic ffNiii1IM1rJtJi o it ihIeSIfiw eeitii ir latt iiettiry ks 1 ili byiii I4s Tia PIkeIhfsrulpiis t- fu vM ijllilrjdrW4 L1IAaiis aIw7i Pwiak 1s Jtnv ii J owc 1ui- i41 uJ IMI ala tMtota ft4te wa asS j7 iitt Is Iiuw LMaMd gr iC t 14oiitp 1t fiIaud w tlL 7S I 9i 9 JIY t1 t atl J Ibe 73ut raJ r t ttfI J 1Ji 1 t sg- tbsIi FvII iyiirrIk Lfo41aiacriw Ibo bif save JMMftf Mt axed fM Btbetwths p hlP 1i1ftltraiif4 hime pOsQIm kvesbt givqa up UMtr airsgIeciiiitsac I IotI1541c1a hv5aieiioi5 uihoi A Caias asj yai r aU aiLIbepissmoty J Q11ewer aaiI4 aIIi 1 ldiit J pt tby tue I lIsaksvCIiityOfMt 4gfji potatp patch TM gras Is Ihick44 IiIbtbMrvstj a of th elJ6b caM llitl thwrxanJ rWlJr 2Laviug1 tr I ttbltr dysaUdSMystt wh i s ktcba1M isra5 ft t iMtNiif a bliMtrjWif wajft ry i srriLk t L jtt I fltf EWSLEADER fisPRIRGPIEJ lfly f i t 4 r TDIiCilTII117i8D- tjj it iwst me JOSEP mw- c i i Uprs and Publishers r wft1 UKSpA3 AUG 11 1911 Z xc T it Democratic conTfngfpt t a y 1JiWaha Just closed wEife L sib Mwbftt stormy ended tinder r friNit t301iIofvJetoiY to the lt cawtHkit Fox whlleeveryqnt i 4iiife ht hard lot the rnci Pl1if1kb be thought yas expe Wf10 the party rt welfare el Itliateesn Wiping tQ fight for thi jwrtyfti success on the platform 4epled Th platform is hofce itlengthy containing 25ttclataiier AMONK the prominent pkaks are the oijes declaring iK rBect primary the exten i q triosf the cpf etty unit more WleStiit ad better schools a dMiife a tba llrenentmethod of veaikoti1jpriao commisimtongrat I f110rllll Is o i an which toeii no Deiaiocrat can re f s to attndand dtrbatUe for Democracy The caodiil6 are t i alright and the pUtfopiiifj elfr1ch acid while niocrifinavt i a v v fcjig Ijpeeit differences as to what a 1 was best in that declaration offt f 1 principle we feel that all are S Ttilliif to shoulder their guns l r i44 Miifhfcfortbfpary As for 1 iplatforminow aild will continue to he until electionra Wattersonsti downiin tneDemocratic Convention in oiiiayjllef yet it was clear to the j6oatoasual observer who vietfcd U3dibeard the Enthusiasm witb namewYp Friris greeted that he ia regarded ir JIB tbo Baofit noble Roman of i V them all The fight which he imadewas a hard one and made under adverse circumstances It Yet boweverr anyone may differ TJ Sm him If he is honest him kii eifj is bound to admit the Grand r I 5i 0WMaB sincerity iin his efforts foritba ty We believei bief t tfocerity and denounce the pPl r oifiRtbcks that have been fin ijnat1Jnade oil him bv some of Lettbemt t i 1irilrotheredJtors jabw8howthe same courage that r ltnwftintbilIIa rtnd I while they may prate aboutthelr- tfetltjitS tnpartY Iehus see it itequals his manful declaraI 4tion to support the nominee Wf iiI f have heard enough of their ir abuse Let there be an enddt j this matter of little country r t i n6wspapereditors jumping on i 1 tbiejgreajbest newspaper man in i the country simply to see if hf wiUiBoUce them Itis too much jikejalap dog bar1qJIlat a lion M411BitT if yon hear one d Ft1lairkiatMarse Henry betweer i iBowiind the election soot the i ROJ1 agun r L pemocratic Leader UnJfer wood t offrtfie Rouse has picked Wed iI nii y August 23 as the proba r byeto of adjournment tthp ra session of Congress HF said that it appeared practically certcin that action would be taken on the cotton bill t w t v t Litseyri ttMissp Roe Montgomery js visa w r tinytit the home of Mrs AlIce r 1Thompton J MSs Lavenla OConnor seen J the attersrt of theiie1t witht Misa Catharinet McXJann of rPlira t r7 Jolini1ichols of Perry a 4J etwiedDrad rs J F- Ad f uer 1htr sda11 spentpr ot limilY Mr Qleasdn anIse o CoJom y t Jbiawjl splye tbe latter partp I the week to visit at the home of fJ iKr S M VanArsdeile A Mss Kate Humphrey of Jdaud kc began school at Pleasant Grovfi Moray Mrs Rtti erand Mi e Sae Re il nreattendtnl g the t Parr ill fair tt1 adrawl Mrs H IBds Di Thonpao ti and Missi J liitrla e ThmnvJi t X the f MrTSodjirt WillIl Jj Tee ay w a J J visitit J Vt1Ar ale ii j B Eo- lod4 ppet iL 10 yoa1tK foUrs f r l1W1 01Lcit MrJ J WOr c- dorfairti1i cut irfr- LMr iIIlt11 Wtr t Valley HUL I Miss Katie Moffet of Louisville erIleyf fc LMrand ldfenspebt Sunday withi Mr Thus Tatum and wife c Mr Sher rooj Weekly and family attended services at Mt JMrspat Saturday ipd Son day with the letters lpar cta J near Maud Mr Edward Goatley attended the Fdfu tft Taylorsvile last Vri day wheiB he and EL T Virgin captureu a prize On their two year old sorrel tliukleGav Mr Edd Kelley and wife spent Sunday as guests of the Matters parents Mrif R Oneal wife and daughter were guests of M r Jas Harmon and family Sundays Vivian and Bradley Tatum spent Friday last with Mr Sampson Eeddicks at Hillsboro Eddie Moran was in Moores Yrlle Sunday Mr O E Gpatley and wife attended churchat Mtv Zion Sunday eveningt J The new school building is wellgrader way andschodl will sobnvbegin MrS HeafyWelIs and Mrs Maymei Wallace of Springfield visited frere Friday Miss Iinojean Goatfey spent Thursday night last with Mrs McIntire near FrederlckstOM- nMrE S Goatley and family and Earnest Goatley wife and children spent Sunday with Mr Thos Virgin and wife pf Maud Mrs Minnie Whittington con tinues thee guest of her mother Sirs Lizzie Pile Mr Baker Ballad and wife were hi town Friday Thirty Years Together Thirty years of associationthink of How the merit of4 good thing stands out in that tig e or the worth- lessnesagf a bad one So heres no guesswork in this eyidence of Thus Arlssy Concord Etch whoiyrltes I have used Dr Dings New Discovery or thirty years and its the best cough and cold cure I ever used Once it finds entrance in a home you cant pray lit out Many families have used it forty years Its tImost iufalltble throat and lung medi cine on earth Unequaled for la grlppe asthma hayfever croup quinsy or sure lungs Price 50c flXK Trial bottle tree Guaranteed- by Haydon dt Robertson Hillsboro The potracted meeting hs begun at this place so every body come and bring some one with you Mr John Crow and family spent Friday and Saturday with friends ami relatives at Polin Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland spent Sunday with the family of Mr E L Parish of near here Mrs John Armstrong spent MrsErastusIi Mr and Mrs Edgar Settles badas their guests Sunday Mrs J S Inman Laura Scruggs and daughter Mr Sleet Pinks ton and tamil lMr Henry Set tIes and Obe Fowler and family They attended dipper at this playMr John Crow and family dined at the homepf Mr S G Reddicks and family Sunday Rev J A Sims dined at the home of Mr and Mrs JM- Shields Sunday Mr Shields is no betterr ttbiiV writing Mrs J S Thomas and child ren haye returned home offer a veeksatay wth her mother Mir Alvin Courser is visiting his uncle at this place Mr Elias Armstrong cf nea Chaplin speut Sunday night with his brother Mr John Armstrong Mr Clarence Derringer spent Saturday night with Waller Hanby of near here Messrs Tutoms of Valley Hill spent Friday with SG Eeddicks and family of this l 4ltfiMissl Myrtle Armstrong spent Sffqiday and Sunday witty tyer HanbyrMr Johnnie Mitchell aid family sPant f from SaturdayI until Monday wlth jMir L M Clark and family of near here f Tp trEtther on the streets Vf jtglfietdj9t Qn the pike he 1i en1r8rtgg eHlan dt Oath gnold t band braceletrl ltr uraedL to this office r rQJI S sEr yearling Ibl ado R ngtickht O Ltt1ld SPRINGFIELD Monday Aug 21l SANGEF3SCOMBINEp I SHOWSHIAND BIG DOUBLE MENAGERIE The Travelling AMUSEMENT SENSATION of the AGE A Herd MUSICAL ELEPHANTS t MOST HIGHLY EDUCATED Dmeg DongThe f m THE WORLD THEiylLYAmericasF KIN GSri in1 THE HIGHI WIRE W A KA HAW kf Royal Yeddo Troupe of JAPANESE MIKE Rooney Englands Champion Bareback Rider 500 PEOPLE250PORSES3 ANDS OF MUSIC 3 20EUROPEAN ACTO 25CLOWNS25I Rare Wild Animals 20 Worlds Greatest Leapers ROYAL ROMAN HIPPODROME Grand Free Street Parade f XSffiSSSSi PERFORMANCES 2Afternoon at 2 Night at 8 rooNOT 6 E I II have rented the commodious stable and sheds of the Springfield Loose Leaf Ipbacco Ware G house next to the Fair Grounds and will run them Qr for the accommodation of those desiring tohitchor feed their horses while attedding r thf Fair I First class accomodation and itrict attention 1to all horses left with me 1It Jr1Iio jQQ t i Monumeis j 4T If in peed ofanything in the line of 0 f Toinbsttine Monumentso or Ceinetery Goods Jit will pay you to see our representative before f buying fN i1iZQ Local representative EP DEDM N 000OvO G OOQC 000G00 Allowing the Man to Talk She had Dearly odbptedLthe excellen Principle whin with a tuanot allowI Ipg him to tulle especially when the subfpct was one about which she knew little or nothing Mrs IjelltfCLowndes In Jane Oglander Three Celebrations A young couple were married the other day at Dragulgn1I France the sumo day that the girls onJ celebrated their silver pndthe grooms parents their gplden wedding MovingPicture Shows In Spain prctureIbows outeidet 8ecttreadmission y Week I Over MOO years agol the Egyptian presentweek t elated from the ludarranSd salnrcycleeri fi fG91 f reatureJ1 Wherethe BUnd Ride Free ttIgow Scotia ad The local town coun ell hue distributed a supply of brass InstlutlonsI whenapersondeslrhgchanlcs 1Jt1 Cruel and Unusual Saw off the handle of an old broom aaISathe Farm Jonrrial and use It tO bnish1 your horse with after you have bn over him with a comb Anybodybroom to b sh a horse wits ought to be turns over for treatment by tho s P TPUCT A Culture WIII Out Ajroungiaan confined In a Pennsyl tvanla Jail proved his refinement by andftheir fable manners Sofre m fset have sed s knife had ithey be prisonewasNew J 1r- K4 w SK i- U 1 vut A- 4kii k La1t tt Y jXz J r 3 tt lrit 1f i If r dorr1 0 M You Gaittt f i Lj i t r r IT HE WASHINGTONI t L 2 af i 14stT f 1 r f- C0I U TY pAt 11 i tdr 1 J1 i yoII W 1 tjJ Yjl1iii fi i I it fM 6 b l r f fII J r i j t qZ l t AugustU t 2232631 26 f IALBIg Das r s h 1 r 7 t j liii iLr4 t 4 r k s Late Free First Dayy School lit1fthU44 t u i P I It JJ rt t i I r flTTRAGTIONS FQRVERYBOP1I t t 4 Ik I5 r i Jr tIi rr- tT t I H r For Catalog and other ififormation vf call oneY r lf I x i4 Vi 1tiPr r itl t t I W D1It I I rvST 4fii 7 d t t f y Bigger and Better Than Eyei 6 il NINTH ANNUAL Kentucky State firLOUJSVILLE SEPTEMBER i11213 14 15i6 19fl ILL BE THERE s WILL YOU THRILLING FREE ACTS I3AILY RACING LIVE STOCK SHOWrFINE HOUSES GOOD MUSIC CLEANMBWAY EDUCATION HEADON COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CUSSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER y T For Information or catalogue write tor 1 PERRY M SHY SicrjUry 3 l vNo 320 Paul Jones Building m J MinwIi1 U f AK pleasant and ayway llj JIi Make SriteI MONYThousands of people der doing this workP Itably For 111 rasrtarc IClairs of rylberacssh comma ns fiat cast pri lsameetcu DiJJt1O 1 j NPJt1MAGAZiN 1 1ts4J Finn AVS4 IIsw 0IrItA spei l t wk aa1 at- 1 rltj 9It = i4 Ldr d i 1EvengPorfr i Pii rjs 71 wr 1T I TS pw DRGT BURTON qiDNTDgNT6T g gtt ii4iTETH EXTRACTED WI1rHOUT PAIN l t t t I i HJgllUiCkt u a ISPRINGF ELD KY 1 All Dental Vork Strictly t Fiistas 1jB J cj J1UD- SargeonVJ rromce hours 8 to 9 atn j3 2 pm Office over Haydon s Brugsfoi 1 jt ro f isLI Ldi ptort MR 4 t Office iiOD ra House b Oft2ccPhno O RcildenceNb 38 l J Yi Ff IGRlaSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW C i tOMotOTet 1 peoples Hank dt3PIUNGFJETD K 0IA j DrMW HYABf 1 Office over Red Cross Drue a Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 4LI v to 12 tn4 to 5pm J iLOUNY MAYES ltfFUIERAL uiKECTOI iMOilCEISEDA D l EMBALMER R ti fELE PHONE 10 NIGHT T 01yt SPRINBFELDIKI j til I F tR STY PRACTICAL DENT1t lOff Ice over Haydon Barber hental workat reasonable prices 1 Ifrirork guaranteed SPRNGFIELD KY t Raikokd Schedule 4 Following is the time schedule tfqw in effect on the Bardstown I rLaud Springfield branch railroad 4Q 41r Leaves Louisville at t 480 lt ni Bardstown Junction 5pp m Bardstown 608 p ui arrives At Springfield 655 p m t No 42 Leaves Springfield 600a m Bardstown 645 am Barptown Junction 730 a m arives at Iionisyille 820 a in t No 43 Leavea Louisville ati 720 im Bardstown Junction 855 a ta Bardatown 1005 am 41 arrlyls iSpringfield 3140 pm No 44 Leaves Springfield at 100 p mji BardstowB 220 p m Bdrdstown Junction 410 p mr Arrives at Liouisvillir545 p m t f Frnit and Shade Treessl Strawberry Plants Asparagus Blackberries Rasp j berries Roses Rttubard etc t Write for free catalogue Wt j ave no agents 1 1F HilleDmejer soft Lexington Eyy trij ratfril vnuUrrjVJ tJ Vinn1 ii t Local Happenings of Jj 1 JOl1 VIN Th Freshest and Latest Sf1 AHAbout Yourself FrendS T 1 fl i 4SJ xijtitz UUUUUUtftnnnlu nnJ1ujnr J1 1lnftft nftA2tcce Nevv line of tall bats iiow ini at VVfitben Sbadprs TOR SAL l sow and ten pigs ReedOrumet t The skating riuk will be open every night during j he fair New ready Ho wears for the Faitat Mrs Williams K FQRSALgiAO t Waiixif sfuck ewres BIf Neikirki fi Now is the lime tqbuya largf white ft It hat tft Wuxhen iShades i V oRAL2 coming 4ycar old mule I l W H Leachman FOR sAtE Good Jersey cuw- orShprchorn cow EF DpnellV 1iewlineVof tailor made skirts justvfeceiyed Ltxrge linetot se J jJ rom M Villiamsi CoATln carload Iits Extra quality Cheap Write br phone R L Boldrick Springfield Ky The very latest thing in Pall- Hats Fair fl4tsand nil Millinery- at Wathan Shaders Clark McDonald Vaudeville Co at Opera House Friday andSat urday nights FoR RENTA cottage on Covington Avenue For particulars see R E Foster- SpringfieldState Bank FOR SALEGOOdeed rye and wbeat also good potato on iotre C L Brady gewbitel WatbenShaderF- orrestCusrckJ will remain at Jiis fatheVs for one month While there he will make any thing you wish in photographs yFOUND goldWby proving property and paying lor this advertisemeut Inquire at this office Marriage license was issued this week by County Clerk W F Booker tojUbas Lanham and Mamie Bottoms and Edward Brewer and Annie Bowman FOR SALE1 new wagon Bj old Hickory 1 set of wagon liar ness 1 hay frame1 1 tobacco frame and rock frame Will sell any of the Items separate L A Burns tT TheatrtIgo open the public every night The moving pictures are plain and entertaining v MrS B Thompson Jr has rented the stable of the Spring field Loose Leaf Tobacco Wre bouse Co at the entrance to the fair grounds ard will take care of feed horses of persons attending the fajrIo r r tom 5 ffNoWiis the chance while Forttt- rest I uSlckIS at in me 1 have photographs mide Fuon hin atEd Cusicirt v Ji Mossrs W G Mnrbfii an lhsbll sold 26 head of 110016sBttlC tto Wayne Harmon Co 0 Maiiun count t4 to 5 cents u The prottactedinQcting at h2 Bapii chufbii wifiVcornnaeto htThoDr A Paul Baglyy of Glasgow Ky Mr J Forrest Cusick pf Loaisville liat his fathers MI El Cosiclc fqr one mon h paly from August lto Sptemberi l 21 odwJli btgiad tQ have you vofWi5hInsurence and Realesiatle cct1tIentrates List your property no sale no cost J W Christian Agent FOR RENTThe Medley place House has9 rooms and there aije six acres of ground on the prem ises Possession will be given rSept 1 1911 Call on me cir phone No 108 Mrs Ella H Bodine The Washington County Far Association is having rebuilt the wqsblown BtorElatdone by Mr S W GaldweU who expects to complete it bt fore the Fair UM1viHeHOuse August 18 and id This companv comes highlv recoin ended and you will miss a treat if you fail to attend Seatsndw- on sale at Haydon Willetls Drug stores i A Democratic Mass conveh tion was held at the Court Hoiise on last Saturday to select dele gates to attend the convention in Louisville Resolutions w readopted strongly indorUng tie record of tne Democratic mem bers of Congress and esp ciaHr the record of the Honorable Ben Johnson indorsing him or renominaion The members of the Democratic State ticket were indorsed and a large number cf thecountys citizens were nanied as delegates to the ponventioi IChas Vh itemoon s ComSel Sars bJl team came to tojsvn Thursday to play ballwith tihe Springfield crack nine but the game was rather a fake on th0 part of the Louisville boys Iai they proved to be new ba dsJat ball playing and at no timedid they have a chance to win Walker who was the pitcher for St Marys College Kansa during Ihepresent season dur ug the present season did the twirling for Springlield and his curves vere almost invlJJclbldt tto Ihe ComSelSars and every one who saw tbe game say tua he gives great promise of some day being a big leaguer They were scheduled to play two games but after the first day manager a t j1PJjI I ISI f I ugiUst1718 and 19my a v I We will havewithi us a representative of IIsaac Ham I i burger 38F Sons Baltimore j Iti Americas Premier Clop TIIII j I IIII I Magnificent display of t Merchant Tiailoring 1 the Fallseajpn I FT QUA RAN1IEED- It I I GRllNDYi 6 McIINTIRE- u I c 1tampheli sent ihetoi tyick to t4uiti 4ii 114 tlem t return fjj 1I ey rjarn4d no v tu playbill y I J j Mass Conven ions 1 H tt Dont f geLtJ 4 coven oii t b ite IvjS 3atuid- tyoeSa Dnourtt cnomine fOr MUgl5 iti a in th 1ttclcrtlli Hen l ln prtcuHM ao to s1 l1C1 lIitefu Qq table iItt some ui t vvjIIFair NextWeek On WijcliJesdav ofipext wlc the g tes qr theshilltOl County Fair Associai Lri will beti thrown open to the pphc i elJtaul to bv opting irndttIc alike and wer joicfc to say jt hjts been anI YIjustly so because noinoie laudn hie manner of enjoyment is open ithi thblic Itis an interest in f stock r ising und agriculturall pursuits We haveagricultural schools for training iihiajfrjcult lure and while we bVlievo htjthef promote tii1estryyet i urjo than the agricultural school Iabecause ib is attractive impres siva and instructive The same might also be said cf the Far mer8 Institute While we beT patronbgeiea miserable failure iij Washing ton County not bera se of faqjt on the part of the ondu6tors but because ihere has never been sufficient inter st aroused to secure an attendance Yet the Fair accomplishes what the Farmers In titute can no It creates interest it stim ulates efjrts nd im irts knowI edge jn rpractical and not theoI rgtical way All this is equally applicable to paining n edle wOrk and all those aiits in which the ladies excel Takeurall in all the County Fair Wone of the greatest edu citors jve have Npw up and doing let us make a Fair in old Washington that wifiaake rank with the best in ttie tate It is everybodys Fair antverybody is invitedto take an interest in it j Sh han ByrntJMiss Nancy Hump Shehanv and Mr O G Bjrn tvereq ietly J married at the hcmie of the brides aunt Mrs Lydia aJTucker at 1020 Everett Avenue Louisville Ky T e bride isa- daughter of Dr JIT Sh han of J Maud and iis a beui iful aiad ac complished young idy woo is a socidl favorite inthe county For thepast year i he has been a teacher in tho Lc uisville pubC lie schools TKeproom is a p omnent bus mess man of Bowling Green arid holds the position of bookkeeper of the Western Kentucky State Normal School at tlWplace eIi Their many frienas wislj them1 much happiness BosleyMcElroy Mr Jas CMcEl roy and Miss Elizabeth Bosley were quietly married at the t ome of the brides brother Mr d Fj Bosley on last Saturday noun The ceremony was witnessed only byI the relatives and a few very in timate friends of tie contracting pirties The homa was very tastefully decorate for the occasion with cut floiyers and pot ted plants Tne c emory was performed by Rev IL E 0 Lawson and the bide was given in marriage by her brother Mr U F 3osUy Mr 0M Grun dy acted as beat u m The wed dipg march v us rendered by i MaryLeaallt You are the Ideal of iVly Dream and Ca1hme thiut owl 1IShe was ccompaned by Mrs C F Bosley on in1 pa no The bride is a iandsome and popular oung iidy much ad mired oy a jargep rcie of friends Until a short tim ago she has been making hLLbomeinr Chi forniaSMcElroy iis a popular IMr man like by all with him utiJi business man second to none and io connected with the First Na btial Batik Immediately afier the ceremo ny they left inanautomoblefqr Louisville Pren Lick and Sa tern Ibd and and after a tour off the Blue Grass hey will make their home herei Card of Thanks t j We desire to tl ittukT our nany- friendsfor their kindness during our recent bereaf Went I lsS Ml Yai r dalPrI a DEATHS thandforJ I Jf v Mr Thorn s Burke Bland fond dkilh honJeofhisfatberi Mrr R p Blantfford on last Tnursduy morning after an illness of several yeirs of consump tiun Mr Blandfotif wastiorn on tJle2d day ofJanutVy 1878J ii3laidfordf i1 11bzealous and lurid patents hej iinstilled into him that hodjj of upright manhood and Jciiizenship his whole life which CllaricteriZj j tp When SpingfleIdand ayoiiug 1uilniugliam I here hn was uiarriedtu Miss Fan ny Simna and toahis uni6n was born onechild which died in iinr fancy Shortly after hi j marriage he f bUt1auinJsetticruote H1V otaiC eiimiteaijd jhe a iiti h wzfewuynd to Denver und aer in thy questQtliealtb Vo ot er places in Lilt West but tall however was unavailing tio bt jp ha malady with wiiicii ne wasstrickein About 18 months agobe re turned here where be remained BtaIfordwasqualities of untiring energy al jthough hacdicappeH by illh for the latter years of his lt11f he continued tee hattle fertile and as long as his health would permit was engaged in his work added to this was a noble man jhood and unswerying faithfulness to duty modest in manner he sought notto display his virtues but was content with the satisfaction of knowing in his mind that he had done hisduty Funeral services were conducted b2rililwasinStD A large croffd of his friends fol lowed to their last resting place the remains of the man they lknew in lifeas an exceptionally wot tli v citizen and good man Simns Quite a sad deajih to her many friends and relatives was that cf iiyiiss Ellen Simns which 6ccuri elat the home of for mither Mrs Sallie timns on mat Fri day Miss Simns pad been in failing health tor several months with consumption She wia a daughter of the late Thos W S imnsJr and at the time of her death wai only 16 years of age However her brief life was replete with noble deeds and yet had lost nothing of its simplicity and innocence of childhood The purity and sincerity of her young life but foreshadowed the woman she would have been anrJ it might seem that twas too brief rnd interrupted by the death messenger ere it was completed but the all wise God knows best and for reasons incomprehensible to our finite minds has sen tit to iake her from this valley of younilifetin inspiration to those who knew and loved her She is survived by her mother and severall brothers and sisters Funeral services and burial were conducted by Rev Rather Hennessy at St Dominica Suq day Flynn Mrs Josie Flynn died at her home in Lebanou last Saturday in the fiftieth yfarofJier age of paralysis Sne was well known in this county where she was born a nd reared in the Pen wick neighborhood and where she made her home until hermarriage to Mr Chas Flynn Her Malden shine was Haydon and she was a daughter of tbe late Fount Hay don Slip is kindly remembered by her many friends here who knew her as b noble and good woman the was a sister of Mr Ben Haydon Jrv of this county Wanted Horses t Sangers Combined Shows wants to buy horses Must not weighi less than l4pO Ibs and not over 5 or 0 years dDapp- Je Greys preferred Sangers Combined Shows will exhibit at Springfield Ky Monday August 21st Notice VBV jiduercdlnndpllYl i G 0 Wharton iGiIIiO ft Cr kCO4Or f- R8U L Mtr PII R McElroy ransdVCiV Maijs vlitirig bIe par ptsMrBridMrO RJMcElroyt Miss Lottier SilclDs1p returned rom BardstowO vJf Mr H od Cunrtingliam wasln Sprrnffdeld Monday i i Alesrs OtMo trdEsKinft Mart jiin HitenJpd hh1 H nnclibnrg IC ReICMr Bryon Croak wasinl Louis lip Moud v Miss Laura Peter has returh od to Louisville ifter a vfsifci io Mri B D Lake Miss Roe Montgomery jof Lebanon is visiting Mrs AI ce Thompson c Messrs Ch is Boothuf L1uisf yille and RL NesbittHBf Lel janon paid this office pleasant call lst Wednesday evening in4tduisvillelastveek1 Miss Martha Mason ofBards IQWI1 will teach the Pleaslnl Rn school IIi j ear MpiJohn Roberts of Lexing tm jtpen1irtr a rep days here with hi pet fntt M and Mr S Rb riV i Mr Frtd riiM n err TLouis yile spent the weekend ere Son W KF Grigsby upent Monday in Lebanon Margaret B ttis who has fMIS quite sick for some time was removed to Dr McOhords1 infirmary at Lebanon hfet Moh day Mr R 0 Roberts hitbef Morenci Arizona Leader is here for a visit to his parens Mr and Mr S Roberts i Mr Joe Connor is qqite ill with lyphoid fever jMiss Agnes Kuhn and brother Jasper are spending the 4week at Urab Orchard Miss Margaret Edelen ha re turned from Ltbinon Mr and Mrs A L Jenkins and daughter t Mariann are the guests pJ Ms Jenkins parents Mr and Mrs D Duncan Miss Margaret Sprague of Louisville is the guest or Miss EleanQr Duncan Miss Loujse Tucker has re turned from Louisville Miss Smith of Bardstown is the guest of Mrs HL Smith Mr and Mrs Scoene of Geneva N Y are the guests or Mrs Schones father Mr J SYan key t The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs 1Will McElroy is Very ill Mr Frank WiUett has return ed from a trip to French Lick Springs Mr Wm BtkerLN eV das tie Ind is vJsiting his aunt Miss Carrie Edelen Messrs Will aad Aquila Bland ford of Louisville attended tbeI funeral of their brother MrI T B Blandford Miss Bernice Spaldiqg of Lebanon is the guest ofMiss Earnestine Knott- MissWilhelmena Hertlein has returned to New Albany Ind IMIss Mary Taylor has return ed from Bloomfield Mr Ferdinand Kuhnsrr turned to his home in Nashville after spending a week with his family Mrs J S Clements entert lr ed anumberoP friends Tuesday IevenMrs H L Smith has returned from Bardstown Miss Mabel Williams has iej turned home from a visit tor Bardstown Miss Emma Green has ie i turned to Louisyille Miss Virginia Wathen left yesterday for Nebraska herel she wilren er schoo The Misses Uo rot Versailles dJrs Jennie Barrett ofl BloomtieldkJare visiting Mrs Mary Durret4 l Mrs Nary DurrcUnJ- oe attended the I lfair last woeK 4f Mrdiarley Hadoi t Shel byville visUed frieiidsheredst week 4Noiice r lam tuiii u iIshort hiorii Btilttt miles ftom ttwn pri thegp n fteldrtnd I M ckville pftte Season fee 100 Lien reserved on all calves anti season ffesjcaid J3Nhlv II Springfield Gleaning tFS and Presjn1 i t c MP jr4t n I Hello wlieie ar you ftt4fug C j I Are yoti oh yOUr way toa cl anln and d pressing club4a placewhyr theYftakOLE CLOTWES i LOOK NEW My + ShOP s 1 ext1othClei kaoffjcearrciwe are prepared1 to di i i BETTER WORK THAN EVER Iiv bestthat is Work called for ard dehv red to allparts of towntlt is not too far ancHtis tkThgadI n I I H1 tf T Geo W Gowdy Prop Next doPt Clerics offfbtf r lt I W v 444 I 5Lf 4 etrar f I iiiNOTtOEiI IIi I save dair money a andat I I fislO tCull itnd 3t et our j IIseeOur S44Blue j v- 4 f I Enameled Ware Oi Stoves I Snewlot of l DIAMOND j EDGE IWaterCdlofs Razotsr J4iiJr our pr i OSe our rUle oP 4S IIGL S14 tS I I rng afluo KFreez it r PIunbing I t of tAll f t1 II all and see us when in 1r- SHULTZI S IA GLEEJ IV V 1 iiT- I HI Ifuoti like II Good om ThinII gaze on tho appetizincakes iies bun Mad 5 I gdIJ Hungry if I and if you take some hom the family 1 viilllks you Everythingfrom Lowneya ChocaIatuto our i special rnihc pie is thebaistof its cipdfv1iolsdrn well made andtperfectly deliclousv 4 7 ttJ1E II Give us a call 11 FITIBERJHB1 JET t7- II i r 4 W H Mattmgly J iiteii Tailor siiolWe desire to avttontce toibe iubl5tfibalf r rwtthave ope t d it first Cass UVrI OrT Wn tp J tintie CAMPBELB BUILDINGI8t tr H preparedto1 ttakordersIoT oiJs rd1 fi1 ing do repairing dry ccpi jog o1ialLa khiusiind rt SIP go GWeusktHt i hj t J I Mat tIJ ly W +hena jj f rW1tJr f tJ Or c 1SI Tiiit1itiii4iauai1t r Lanp o SOLIIt u- J cqsirn i c hsiUk Ij 4L tu H r MID FUTU- RESipjoiiMiEprrfr ATTRACTioNS OF PASS WILL CON 41f 4iAST WITH WORE SERIOUS EXHIBITS rt t MUSIC BY ELEPHANT ND illr FrAtfrctIonMor Numerous Than r ti2 Ever fctfir Furnish Racing 1 0 e Events Are CerkIt Variety iot only Is the spice of life kt xieknc lias proven that It I ii is Ife oMof th requisites dff success for a lIlt n iertaklBg of a public character I eiastate taIrIn recognition Oi6f Jact tke Kaaagement of the Ken J tcky8tate Fair has made plans for lTi tH Kimtk aaaual exhibition whloh V Jf JlrHdHl Btertalnment for all classes t a4 scctkiu While the more serious S1lrsteSJJfiii tacky State Fair is proving to be ther tMMai always Is greaWor something J Ila a Jikter vela which will help drive 4i11carawa7 and furnish a kind of awstal f Mert for the feast of good i1 1IWis yiach the new premium Ust iliielMMi It WM the recognition of this I mt human nature which IleI the sUe skew at the county fair to tj term Tai idea progressed until the rat tatersatlonal exhlhlUons at Chi J cago sad St Louis were produced It 4 J MidwayWcanw i tbe Pass was introduced Both struck a jofttla chord and thus is that the 4Ut ir at atate fairs are not consid ered complete without sonle such fea Uire- Isik Novel and Clean t Est together with the adpption of tke PaMfeature has com the jecog i mltipm of tJ ifurther fact that the gent eral pmbll will not long approve it ttmkM it Is encompassed by moral i wuTGttatlags and not prove offensive t0Wd1 which attend The con t irablr made for the myriad Pass fea tu M4lqrAthe coming fair included i stii kUfas to the effect that the eicwslMulit tk clean while retaining the virtue of being novel This con- c dition wilt be complied wltht Not j oily wllTuie shows be novel but they will WMWV The old time much worked ofer exhlbiUons will not be coum emanced On the Pass swell as everywhexelse the public will le- V expected to 6e given their moneys worth and failure on the tfart of show I JBtp 4o this will meet witfiinstam I rlMailui adjunct to the Pass features be the numerous free acts all a 1wUI and exciting Caterers to amusement assert that the ttoit Babcock act in which a bicycle i rider dashes down a steep Incline loops the loop and gaps the gap so tulckty that the spectators can with dMculty follow him with their eye is otthe proiucedi Muelc on All Hands i I Tke kiikai elepbahls will be a source of continuous delight tothe childrem as well as their elders The kiiptSirilflvIcb thehMe pachyderms r perfom illustrate what patience and 1Dint will accomplish in the train tag of wild beasts- The Whirling Lunette Sisters fur nish still another attraction of more tUB ordinary interest All lovers of I d au1cwj1I enjoy the abundance of it ff vll by th6 state fair manage it t neat Thre high claM bands more onIprofI1Ialiler naturally will be most iiievlt ceSFat Purses For the Races A total of 66QO in purses will be Sin Connection with the racing Vents which willl exceed in interest any ever before held Kentucky is to day the center of racing as a result of the Qght mide on the sport in nu tattJ j lawsjIt oaa high plane There will be weekiv eveatrottlug and five pacing events Due fc the lact lhat the headon coll XltO1a scheduled 4cr SaturdayJafier oonef fair week it will mean that on the first Ave days of the fair the pub tS He will get more than lid usual share of races On Monday there will be two and on Wednesday and Thurs t flay there will be three races each 1 ENTICING STAKES OFFERED FOR FIVE GAITED SADDLERS C6L ALe RANKIK READY WITHr GENEROUS PURSE IN THIS CONNECTION r f Cal M C Ranklji cdmmlssioner ofl t agriculture has come to bat this year with a guarantee f500 In cash as- The Commlsjfoner of Agriculture Stakt forftve salted saddle horses This special stake of 500 is for gaited 7S 5saddle horses stallions mares or geldings to be shown under saddle la accordance with the rules of the Kentucky State Pair governing this class This stake will bo divided as followsj1 5Poty per cent to the first horse 25 per cent to thesecond 16 per cent to Sthe third 10 per cent to the fourth- t and 10 per cent to the flUb condition is that All entries be registered in the American Saddle l Horse Register The name of the t horse must be filed with the secre tary jf the Kentucky State Fair by 11It Ii r THE POCKETKNIFE Many Machines and ProcesSes Used In Its Making ART IN FORGING THE BLADES To Become an Adopt ln the Delicate Work ef Tempering Edge Steel Ne cessitates a Long Course of Training and Years of Experience The Jabor of making a pocketknife is as usual la every industry that is carried bu by the aid of a great deal of machinery much divided KuHi lInda must go through Alx separate ru- esstlrst forging wcond laylug oh the tangs that part which Is In ferred Into thei bundle and through which thu blade is t riveted third marking or stamping with the name of the manufacturer fourth cboU Ing or filing depression In the neck pf the blade between the sharp edge and the heavier part or Jtang fifth tempering sixth grinding All this applies to the two ordinary blades of a knife Nail blades are subjected to still another processnamely the cutting of the Ole which Is a department of work in Itself Should we inspect the material room of a knife manufactory we should find heavy iron presses which stomp out from sheets of brass or Iron the metal scales and lining The bright tips on the end of the knife called bolsters are pressed ute of German lIver un tier another hVavy weight whichdoes Its work in on blow Huge shears cut from sheets of steeU used only for this purpose long strips that are afterward fashioned under n press Into springs for the back of the knife The rcjd of steel from which the blades are made Is taken from the ma terlal rodm to tbe forge Here ode end Is put into a bed of hot coals thu bellows arej pumped and the end Is soon djlTbe sklllediforger then hammers the blade into shape upon his anvil and Bouccurnte Is his eye and so exact his bund that the blade does not deviate a hairs breadth tram the little brass pattern that Is before him and to which each blade must correspond actly The blade is next dipped in water and becomes as hard and brittle as glass But the edges are rodgb It Is nearly uniform In thickness and Isa light gray In color Again the forgersskill Is trough into pl 1ylnbo tempering Laying the Blades on a copper plate over the fire he watches tthem as they change their hue wltbtb degree of heat first to straw color then to darker straw and now to the dark purple which denotes that the proper degree qf beat has been obrnlned They are plunged Into cold water as ast astbey reach this point If the blades were allowed to remain longer over the fire the steel would change to a light blue and become so soft that the blades could be bent easily This Is perhaps the most im portant process in The manufacture The blades are taken next to the grinding room The grinder must also depend upon the accuracy of his eye and the training of his hand for as he presses the blade on the rapidly re volvlng atone turning It ou both sides and grinding all Its edges he prac tl ally finishes It though afterward in ttile cutlers room a higher finish Is given It- From the wheel room tho blades go to the cutlers room where they find the other parts of the knife and where all the parts are put together Each workmun here Is at work upon a particular Mot of knives all of one pattern Upon his work bench are the various parts of the knives prepared by other handsthe center scales that separate tbe blades the outer brass scales of lining with the German all ver bolsters which have been secured to the ends by a heavy drop hammer the wood ivory or pearl scales the springs and the wire rivets Each brass lining with Us Covering is put in a vise and boles are drilled In it for the rivets A brass wire Is thrust through the middle of tbe han dIe toward tbe buck This secures the spring and it is then broken off with nippers and headed down with a hammer This holds the scales and springs Another rivet through the bolster so cures one blade or two blades if the knle has more than one blade bung at each end The several parts arenow put g ther The next process Is hafting or finishing the covers of the handle which Is ddne on a leather wheel coated with glut and emery Tilt rougb edges are rounded and smoothed and then the knives are carefully examlu ed to see If the cutler has done his wdrk properly if the spring vcorks easily and the blades close without striking tbe knives are sent to the blade polisher On a wooden wheel covered with fine leather the ordinary blades ore given a polish called dgtnte jQnish Finer grades of iknives are given a crocus iIshu mirror Ike surface on a leather wheel which revolve very slowly in order that the blndeo shall not become heated und lose their temper The knives are now taken to anbther room where on an oilstone the keen cutting edges areBet This done the blades are closet and the bus- Ing wheel gives the final polish to the outer aide Philadelphia Record That endless book the newspaper Iis our national TIory Henry Ward Betcher Her Concession Row do you know shes older thiyou are IWhygbeadniltted It herself Honestly What did she sayr Sba sam Ton and are Just tht same agederis Toledo lade iLiens 11Seef fS tThesis MM mat i the United States bohu perhaps heard a e weeas secrets than ltY other man or woraaa is the butILl Riiys FJarae ia the hope asd fexpe Utioa of advice and help Thiht JMT et HMM w se havi bea eVeappouted in their ex pSM SI pro ItJ the feet ttetyegiit per cast of trMd s 1re tay beta abeolute1 sad=Ist irilr ierd weUfcnouId be remarkable if UM 1J IsM4 w esbsd kr Iwadf eda ftaly Lit wtea c1 i 1 f4eetsssIuM ofaaoie aKa ail= i o0ysi4 YNMSI iaestl I offF jieIt sy eaaMJt 1 Plefte1ryJeUKoht IJ without j Alreks s m4J iB t1Y 1velpe wjthout- i withPr i RcwIOUSwTw1Vp 4T ioIr5Wom TL WlLa A TAP DAY AT YALE t WhetThe three JttmttJenlor sojLJpties of Yale Skull and Hones S rolland Key and Wolfs Head choose on tap fday Bfteen raembers each from the Junior classt the flfleen members of jItbe outgoing senior ellisS uijiklti the choice Each senior allotted his muD pf the juniors nod must ni d him Ip the crowd at the tree and tip him on the shoulder and give him jthe order to go to his rpom FoIlowd by his sponsor1 he obeys and whaj happeun atthe room no one lull the men of tho society knows With shining face the lad comes back later and Is slapped on the shoulder and told Gw4 work old man cordially and whipp heart by every friend and acquaintance iby lads who havo made etjery honor- possible by lads Who have made nothing Just as heartily fjir that is the spirit of Yale Only Juniors room in DUrfee halt On tap day an outsider is lucky who has n friend there for a window is a proscenium box for the playj the play which Is a tragedy to all but fortyfive of the three hundred and o jd Juniors The windows utevery stoty of the graystohe facade are erowdedwtth n deeply Interested audience Grizzled beads of old graduates nlr with flow watcbjIngfront of the hall are a drive and room for perhaps a dozen carriages next the fence the famous fence jot Yale which rails the campus roUnd Inside it at the northeast co JustI rises the to People stand up in the carriages women and men rhe fence is loaded with people often standing too to see that tree All over tbe rampux Kurgegj a crowa students of the other classes seniors who last year stood in the compart gathering at the tree und tt1t sore beartednothavlug been taken sophomores who will stand there next year who already are hoping for and dreading their tap day lljttle fresh men each one sure that he at least wUlbeat the elect and again the iron gray heads the interested fares of old Yale men and the ay spring hats like bouquets of flowers It Is perhaps the most critical single day of tbe tour years course at the university It shows to jrbe world whether or no a boy after three yeoro of college life has In the eyes of tbe student body made good It Is a cru cial test a heartrending tes for a boy pf twenty years Mary R S Andrews In gcribners Magazine They Were All Pill One of the fashionable east side churches recently wltnesspji a funny Incident at a choir rehearsal They were preparing for the following Sun day morning a beautiful selection the first words of which were I ama pilgrim Iio so happened that the music divided fhe word pilgrim and made a pause after the syllable The effect ItS most amusing The soprano sang In a high key am a pil and then stopped The tenor acknowl edged that he was a frill and when the bass came thuidering In with a like declaration tamt a pll it was too much for the gravity of the singers and they roared No amount of practice couldj get them past the fatal pause without an opt burst and the piece bad to be given upiMusIcal World 4 Clever Dwarfs Richard Gibson and his wife who flourished In the seventeeth century were a remarkable pair of dwarfs quite apart from their Inches which combined barely made up seven feet mlnlaitureswedding which was arranged by Henrietta Maria Charles ttpve the bride away the queen plated a valuable diamond ring on hero finger and Edmund Waller tbe court poet wrdte a poem In honor of the occasion Gin son was seventyfour wheri he passed away while his widow died at the advanced age of elgbtyninci years Madagascar Two Climate The island of Madagascar has two distinct climates two classes of ua tives and two classes of fauna and flora Tbe Island Is about the size of France Along the const It is tropical and malariousi and the natives are darker than in the interior The In tenor is a high tableland and mountainous There tbe climate is cooler and the natives smaller and lighter In color than on the coast But in the Interior they are more Intelligent and they rule the Island Obliging Excited Author rushing behind Jbe scenes Why are you cutting out tbIsecond and third acts ot my play Manager I am not cutting anything out Im merely varylng the order of the acts Several Influential lpersons In the audience have asked me If It would not be possible to have it5e hero die In the next act Chicago Tribune Philosophy Learn to be pleased wltb everything with wealth so far as It makes us of benefit to others with poverty for not having much to care for nud with obscurity for being unenviedPlti tarchJHer Own Introduction When did you first become acquainted with your wlfe11IThe first time disagreed with tier after we were mitrrieduck- TherS beggary In the hjve that can be i reckOnedShnkespeareS Though the tortoise is slow of foot It Is quick to make the best of all Its available modes of defense The boli ort dse possesses a singular defensive apparatus Tbe plastron pr shell coy ering the under part of the body is to formed that Its front segment can be drawn upward to protect the animals head the bead meanwhile peing drawn back under tbe carapace art shell onth back of the tortoise The uppers nrt un der shells then meet In front forming a kind of box In which the creaturcris unassailable When th r Is pass ed thVj ptilerelaxea a muscle and partof the plasfron falls alv lowing the head and fore feet to coma tqrtfi This movable plate Is fastened to tbe plarnti bt a strung hinge of elastic llgn t aj Afterthought Yees trm rkpd a young husband at breakfast these blxcnlis are pretty good lIUI dooOyou tblnkj tberf dugbt u be a little more Your mothnr inady Ihii 1 Interrupt tod the wife qtuVkly v Mof hrmr iaVd the husband with a task of inspiration = j II1JJ CLOTH INIfTHE MAKING rhi Way the U couth Product of the Loom U finished Kvwy woven f brlr Is made by irosslnp Inlii Lflrln iv dlstlnci tlllI of bonds ibKCilier When till yarn comes triBJ the spinner It mounted upon the loom in IiiI tltWeti are these mode u looms that when a bobbin Is emptiedI It forced out and a full spool Is putt Units ptacwitbout stopping tbe bom There are all classes of looms for all classes of ma teriai from the thinnestl fabrics up to the thickest felts To attempt to de scribe one of thi m or the principles on which they are constructed would volve the rend r lua wilderness of technicalities f be power loom Is one of tbe most remarkable and complex of mechanical ip odnctstne growth of many years of experience and Ingenui ty and the crystallization ot the In ventive genius ox many minds Tbe cloth lu the shop window resem bios the cloth 4is It comes from tbe loom so remolly that there would seem to be no relationship between them The firs product of the loom- is usually iincouib harsh and anything but Inviting In appearance tr has to pass through many processes before it Is finished and made ready for the market lt Is Jlrst mended so as to cor rect weaving faults as far as possible Then It Is scoured and thoroughly cleansed Agala It Is looked over and mended before It passes to the fulling or milling mncilne which with soup and fullers enrjtb produces the finish that is r it Is scoured again QulretTben Teetering is the next procesi This sets the jcloth at satisfactory width und straightens It for the operations that follow the first of which Is called raising The millions of tiny books on the gigging machine raise up the fibers on the iurfueebf the cloth and leave them In an upright position The pile or nap Is the result This produces a remarknble change in the appearance and condition pjf the fabric Shearing Is the next thinly This cuts off all the raised fibers leaving them of n uni form length the required gloss nnd solidity are obtained by the pressing which follows A JJOLLY IME AT HOME Advice to Whose Wife Is thltfMan Vacation DUring your wife Is on an with her relatives you can save money from your board allowance by keepIng house for your self You majflnd the following sug gestlons helpful If forget to order Ice you can fend r the butter serviceable In the following manner Take a cut glass anger bowl and nil it with cool water Scrape the buttfer Intll the finger bowL When rendy tojspreud your bread ex tract your butter hr quantities as needed with thd cijcuml r lifter Thats that flat sliver spoon with boles In It If you smell amOke you will doubt less find the lamp is smoking and the room Is covered wllb soot First turn the wick down jio save oil then get a damp cloth and go over everything carefully ringing out the cloth from time to time When Cleaning the walls use only a do wpward motion so that tbe streaks run vertically Not wifes social charm you will dO wttrau be given tough steak by your QtiJs way tQ make steak t run It repeatedly through the skiving machine Use n coarse needle jitt no thread The bob bin trough wll fcatch tbe Juice which can be used jer for gravy It you tike out the b bpln first you will have more room fo Itho julieW8lter A Dyer In Deline tor A Was sue Washboard Women havent the artistic temper ardent compl ned the orchestra mu sician to the Cleveland Plain Dealer Thats why am unmarried Oh yes I was maTed once thought to acquire a womijn who could take care of my home make a little domestic place of ret for me and all that but the dreamljsoon tied A few otter was married my bride cnme to me and said Dear that new washboard you got for me Is no good at aU cant wash your socks on Itjj Washboard saysL Why I never bought you a wiRbboard But she led me out Into lie kitchen and showed me what shed been scrubbing away on all the moinlng Great heavens It my nev xylophone +Rebuking an Emperor Once so the story goes Emperor Nicholas of Russia asked LIsit play his presence The musician row plied but during the performance thp czar started a conversation wltb nu alddecamp Liszt stopped playing at once The czar asked wlinl vhH the matter Wben the emperor HlenkH said Liszt every one must be silent Tbe czar smilingly took he hint and the playing proceeded Didnt Have To Did you hear the ruin in the night Yes Pleasant music want IU didnt notice the music J was too busy bustling around Closing the windows Dldtit keep you busy toor Oh no Voront n fnrqlshed house you knowj yeIend Pin IIi Denier- 1 The PowerofThis Repulsive treasure MucH Overrated There have been made abroad ex periments with an octopus In a spe cially devised tank of sea water in orderfp test the truth ot the many stories told of monster cephalopoda dragging human victims to the senI bottom says Harpers Weekly- In the tank with the octopiis there was placed ai dummy of theisame specific gravity as a man and this wits baited with a crab Attracted by this tempting morsel the octopus made for the figure seized It In Its powerful arms and tried to draglt under wa ter without success Itt then urged its body toward the edge of tire tank and holding the glass with some dt Its arms It dragged its prey beneath tire surface and crushed the crab shell with Us ixiwerful Jaws It believed that these expertmenls nffqrd proof that the octopus can only dragtita vlcdma tar Xlow the water ittarro ks to which t can tntarh Its uckprs- There Is one spot In the bay of Naples where these crwiturus attain a large shze and now and thin a holier man lx reported aiwlnp fi Is thought tbntKnrb rtlrtapiHarHhies nru due to thp unfortunate tuna belfap cauR6t by the leg by a conrealed octopuft aqd dragged under water In the ease ot such a repulsive and powerful ernti ss the oct ust Is dUBcnlt to 1 to J 1 SUBMARINE SHIPS Life Aboard These War Craft Is a Sequence of Discomforts TCJRTUBE FOR THE NOVICE Between Choking ForJr and 8uffo casing From the Fumes of Gasoline the Agony Is Excruciating Added Terrors When Caught In a Storm Submarine treats have been develop etf to the poltit where they cau cover on their own power a radius of 600 miles in effective lighting trim In Storm and calm the submarines are capable of navigating the seas with credit to their Inventors and constructors Wltb a fleet of these vessels sta tinned In the vicinity of any of our large coast clUes it would be difficult for battleships to get within effective Striking distance The first Impression received on descending into the hold of a submarine are those of discomfort and suffoca UonThe accommodations for a crew of thirteen seem about right for balfa dozen One is In too close proximity to whirring machinery too to enjoy the sensation On all sides are arranged electrical devices and machinery tcr operate the craft and the torpedoes A thin shell of steel separates the visitor from the torpedoes and the outside water Is so close that one can almost feel its under wny on tbe surface tbo submarine hums and trembles The fumes of gasoline are almost suffocat ing There Is no escapingfrom them Some of tbe men contract what is call ed gasoline heart If under water too long the fumes make one sick and dizzy A novice cannot remain In a submarine under water for any great length of time without suffering ex cruciating torture In time however one gets used to it and a trip may her ouo of enjoyment Out It Is when tbe submarine dives that the most unpleasant symptoms come There are ten compressed air tanks supplied and these furnish sut- ficlent air to keep the crew alive a good mtmybouts But did you ever live on compressed air It not It will bo a new sensation especially you are fifty feet below the surface of the water There Is a tingling sensation nil over the body a pounding ot tbe eardrums and pos sibly sense ofnausea As the air Is automatically regulated from the ompressed air tanks one gets his share of the oxygen but some times the supply may vary It cer tainly does in different parts of the ship One may be choking for locket good air In one part and be exhilarat ed by atoo abundant supply in another Sometimes when the engines are running to charge the batteries the fumes of the gasoline become so strong that men are rendered unconscious They must betaken up on deck then to get a whiff of fresh air For this reason the batterlesare only charged when above the water But In time of war it might be necessary to charge them while running below Thou indeed the mUD aboard the sub marine might envy the aerial navi gator flying above tbe sea with his abundance of fresh air to breathe Cooklpg under water Is a pretty un certain and disagreeable work The only appliance for this purpose is a small electric heater This Is Just about big enough to beat water to make a cup of coffee and nothing else The crew have their food cooked aboard tho tender uho submarine Is built on tbe prim ciple of economizing space In every thing There is no room for anything except the actual necessities Every Inch of space Is glvcn over to ma chinery This Is everywhere compact and efficient but multiplied so often that one wonders what it 1s all for There Is machinery for running tho boat for guiding It under water for controlling It when It dives for compressing the air tanks for operating the torpedoes and even for regulating the power of vision above and below caught in a storm In a sub marine life Is really not worth living It consists of a series of Intense strug flea to prevent death by being better ad against steel walls or to keep from becoming Involved In whirring wheels said dynamos It you survive the or 4eal you conclude that it la not neces pry to wait for war to find hades It It with you nil the time Harpers 91 ie it vMoMliON IN BED Twentyfour Hours Sleep Versus a W9eks Holiday If you wantto nlitnln complete rest nnd recuperation tll iuil to u weeks va cation In minimum time sleep tIre clock around twice 11 the advice of a phjrsl don who hslrhs a hIgh pincFhJ medical circles In England To spend twentyfour hours In bed he said to a trlen Instead of rushing away for a few hours change of scOne when you rite run dqwo physically and mentally is worth a weeks holiday The night before having gone to a theater to tnke the mind off worries and having supped wisely nod well In structions should be given that the morning culling shall be omitted Then sleep On waking turn over and sleep again Oq waking again ring for some hot milk Drink It and sleep again nnd keep on sleeping Have nothing In thp Intervals more substan tial than soup Do not read Keep tbe eyes shut constantly Have a warm bath in tbe evening nnd sleep again When you are tired of sleeping sleep again for the night calms the nerves more than NotblngI eyeLNew York Herald Remember the Baker iU tbp court of assizes in Venice when sentence of death Is about to bo passed a man clQthed In a long black robe enters the ourt and advancing to the bench bows profotndlytu the Judges saying Remember the bakerl Then he bows again and retires Her Is tbe explanation of tbe cus fpra Three centuries ago a baker was executed at Venice for a crime of which he was not guilty When lila Innocence was fully proved the Judges who condemned him Invested a sum of money the Interest on which serves to keep allamp perpetually lighted In too palace of the doges this being called the JJamp of expiation In ad dition their fatal mistake has lor 800 years been held up as a warning to their successors on the bench when they are about to inflict the extreme penalty of the law aL THIN MILK How can the babygrow strong if the nursing mother impale and delicate i r ScMsc Emulsion I strongI TeSWITCHED THEIR VOTES The Incident That Won Tom CorwIM First Fight For COngress When 54v ifu nil palming of Tom Corwln In the treasury said an Ohio man 1 could not but recall the story told In Corwlns old home of Lebanon of boW he won his first election to congress He was a young man and already noted as an orator but he had a hard district and little encour agement for election He was making hIs tour of the counties Rod one night stopped at the double cabin of a farm er known to be a very fervent advo cate of political policies of tbe oppo sition Corwtn talked politics cure fully with the old wan and his sons before bedtime but had little hope of winning A single vote In tbe house hold In the morning the old umn took Corwin outside and announced that every voter In the family would be for him on election day This astonished and delighted Corwin who could not help but ask why the sudden change of bei rt The old mil n told how the opposition candidate hail stopped at his bouse one night the week before and bow the host and wife bad watched the candidate go to bet To their disgust he actually put on a nightgown like tIfose worn by a woman This die gusted the rugged old pioneer Then Corwin was told bow the old tamer and his wife had watched him goto bed and as be had dot bothered about a nightie they determlned be was not taken to frills Corwjn could qee the humor of the Incident and In every succeeding speech he told that night shirt story on the other candidate holding him up to scorn The result was a victory for Corwin and he owed it all to that story of a shirt Washington Post CORE pF THE ART i It May Be a Mass of Steel Some 558t Miles In Diameter Various conjecturfec have been made from time to time by geologists as t the possible condition of the center w1 the earth One of tbe most popular Impressions seems to be that the earths center or core is a flaming furnace At a meeting of the Seismological association at Tbe Hague Professor Welchert asserted that h studies of the varying velocity earthquake tremors passing through the Interior of the globe have led him to the conclusion that the earth cor slsts of a central core of iron or steei about 5580 miles diameter sur rounded with a stony shell 030 miles In thickness Between the outer solid rind and the inner Iiryer Of rock cover- Ing the metallic core he thinks then Is a layer of liquid or plastic material lying a little less than twenty miles below tbe surface of the earth Men sometimes Qrcam of enormous wealth stored deep In the earth below the reach of miners but experts now aver that there Is little or no ground to believe that any valuable metallic deposits lie very deep in the earths crust regardless of Professor Wel cherts beliefs to the contrary Such deposits It Is said are rriade by under ground waters and owing to tbe pressure on the rocks at great d pths the waters are confined to a shell near the surface Wltb few exceptions oro de posits become too lean to repay work- Ing below 3000 feet Nine mines In ten taking the world as a whole are poorer in the second thousand feet than in tile first thousand and poorer yet in the third thousdnd than In the second Nevirk World TREE TRUNK CANNON Wonderful Wooden Hide Wound Guns of the Antilles The mention of wooden guns sng tests a company of boy soldiers com manded by a captain who wears a tin sword The revolutionary soldiers of Cuba Haiti and tire Dominican Republic however Have from timd to time made cannon from trees and ap plied them to praclUal purposes In the Antilles there grows a peculiar tree with a winding grain so tenacious of fiber that to split it by ordinary means Is almost nu Imposslbtlty When wanted for artillery purposes the tree is felled a section some five feet In length and one foot In diameter Is selected and cut the bark Is remov ed and uneven places on the surface are dressed down Tbe embryo cannou Is then placed on rude trusses and u bore burned In It a process tbnt si tVS further still to harden the wood Vhllo the bore is being burned green ox hides are cut into long strips by beginning in the center and working toward the outer edge as one would an apple Whca all Is In readiness one end of this rawhide band which Is abodt three Inches In wIdths Is spiked totbe wooden cannon near the breech A lever or bar Is attached to the butt Two or three negro grasp the arms of the bar and slowly turn the hollow ed log on lts supports The band of green hide ts kept under a strain and In this way the cqreof the cannon Is wound with one of the toughest ma tennis wire excepted In the world The first layer of bide Is tightly wound to tbe muzzle of the growing gun and back toward the breech again until a number of layers have thus been wound on aud tbp promIs- Ing piece of artillery has grown sev eral Inches In diameter It Is then lilnied lIfi tf draft of dry hot air apd allowed harden When the hardening and curing process is complete the persevering Inhabitant have a really servloonhle weapon One of these homemade wood and rawblde cnniiou used 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