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jfochinffton Wants Next Aero Carnival
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Ono of tho hopes
1 f y tho tvnsninmon
ht,rc the noxt aviation
' t ij nn appropriation by
, i I t swill tho Kimrnntco
, h th r .."'cr
nipj by Chnrles J.
,1 (. WmlilriKton roprosen.
h ( .srMss luncheon, that
f .-. "nry of tho Aoro club,
r of tho special commit-;-
'ho meet for Washing-
K ! ihoco-oporniionoi iar-
J A II nil, tho sec-
.j . ! tt-t et rccclrcd such no-
. -.--, i tnat as
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Sa' k 1 .'sinoutu, .Newport .-sown
id1 1 1-""' ro " nucn lntorestel
ii'f. r--t mini In Washlnc-
n- '- -
,iLealr.j! 'ho prospect or n water
m v r'. 'V Thcro I n Krcat
filcf coney In thnt cctlon, nnil tho
tii c?a rat they arc willing to coa
rC t lire r to tecure tho carnival,
s'tae r.::' llnltlmoro la rery
; ' t:l t-.a-lnM to work unrcmit-
:j r frr l' r.cet
At a cr'rr of fact," Mayor Ma1
.t .... . h, nn v Imf-nn nnil
'tJ irrrprrt Is now rosy, wo
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...... -, . I, M.I.I t,..A.
noon a tho
beforo them tho
;i men wcro prepared
lout If wo permit nur nrdor to ring,
"From tho sentiment generally ex
pressed by members of tho club In
New York, I nm profoundly oncour
need nnd hopeful. Kach man nppcared
to bo Impressed with tho energy and
sincerity of Tlaltlmoro and to appreci
ate that wo nro thoroughly In earnest
In our demnnd for tho moot Of
course, nono wns prepared actually to
commit himself In favor of any partic
ular city, especially members of tho
cxecutlvo committee and I can read
ily understand their rcluctnnco to
take a positive position nt this point,
but all garo us tho utmost enrourngo
ment, and eovn Intimated that they
would work for Daltlmoro and Wash
ington." Similar reports wcro mado by oth
ers of tho party, and iho feeling pre
vailed that n vast amount of good had
been accomplished by tho visit to
Still further evidence of tho rapid
growth of Interest In Daltlmoro In avi
ation has nlso been demonstrated In
tho nrrangemont of long-distance bal
loon trips from llnltlmoro, nnd Mr.
Illllery Ilcachey Is preparing flights
lor enthusiast In this section. Mr,
Ilenchcy's first trip of tho kind, mado
several days ago, was an unqualified
success, and balloon nights nro ex
pected to bocomo almost as popular
na trolley rides or nutomobllo Jaunts,
It Is understood that n resolution
will bo Introduced In tho council ask'
Ing for nn appropriation (o help swell
tho fund to advcrtlso Daltlmoro, and
whllo the city has no power to so ap
propriate money, If tho council pass
favorably upon tho measuro an en
nbllng act will bo Introduced In tho
legislature giving tbo city tho power,
.1 - a a - - , - a a m
oil at capital .even lr i art is away
m i I V ri 5
:i c rk In Washington even
'h t -m an of tho shop Is
' c. 3 s moil unbelievable,
Le mrn and women In tho
!.o do not know thnt
-13 absent from tho capl
' f persons who write let-
( ' itf executive firm In tho
i (:. 1c Is still nt his White
t " -I
tu. . 0
u-t - r
H, & k i nht bo of servlco to
tl ( -r.-ang department of somo
;r .2?fr There Is a sad need
ia t r;tj cf tho country of a
i t 1:!: rcb cr
RT'rtj f-n tho rosd go to shoT7
tl:t J T:t gas a dally mall en
r "jr-l il.i la between speeches ho
" Li be t to glvo It attention.
I. r.? great decreaso evident,
t : cr In the sliu of tho mall that
:ar ic-ral times a day to tho
Whltn House In this llmo of tho pros
Idcnt'a absence. Mr. Taft'a private
secretary, Frederick W. Carpenter, Is
noi taking a vacation. IIo Is hard at
work, and with his chief at a distance
ho has to decide certain problems
which would not como beforo him for
solution were tho president at his
desk. Tho entire clerical force at the
White Homo Is busy, and tho only
places whero tho hum of Industry Is
unheard arc In tho cabinet room and
In tho president's private office.
Thcro nro thoso who do not regard
tho absence of tho members of tho of
ficial family as a wholly unmixed evil
Tho first assistant secretaries of the
different departments act as chiefs In
tho absenco of their superiors In of
fice, nnd It Is something oven to
man to whom vanity Is a thing opart
to bo able to wrlto himself down In
truth as acting secretary of tho trcas
ury, or of war or of tho navy.
This year In tho capital It certainly
Is a case of when tho cat's away tho
mlco will work. There Is mora ac
tivity manifest among tho clerks ot
tho different departments than over
More Trees to Beautify the Capital
El 3 IT! Y red oak trees havo boon
fhn-l rccntly along tho south
Ms ol Pennsylvania nvcnuo between
nfteenh and Seventeenth streets,
VuaJai'ra w.th a lcwto tho pormn
t lrp.-3eaent of that prominent
"wwti'are Ten of thco largo trees
ui le p!an-j in front 0f tho state,
yr ml nry building nnd eight In
mat of the treasury building. Tho
wmlki at those .lolnts nro wldo
"1 it present devoid of ornnraont.
Mt:nl cr artificial. They nro con
flf jcus cn account of their barren-
as r'i aa f0r tner xposuro to
' J3 lu summer and tho wind In
a r. or lycamoro trees lines Iho
FREED AT LAST
From the Awful Tortures of Kliney
Mra. Tlnchcl Ivlo, Henrietta, Texas,,
aays; "I would bo ungrateful If I did
not tell what Doan a
Kidney mil havo
done for mo. Fifteen
years kidney troublo
clung to mo, my ox
Istcnco was ono of
misery nnd for two
wholo years I was un
able to go out of tho
house. My back ached all tbo tlmo and
I was utterly weak, unable at times to
walk without nsslstanco. Tho kidney
secretions wcro very Irregular. Doan'a
Kidney Pills restored mo to good
health, nnd I nm ablo to do as much
work as tho avcraga woman, though
nearly eighty years old."
Hemembcr tho namo Dean s. Sold
by nil dealers. CO cents a box. Foster-
Mllburn Co., Duffalo, N. Y.
"I don't sco why you ranko BUch n
fuss over every llttlo bill I run up. Bo-
foro wo wcro married' you told mo
you wcro well off.'
"So I wns. Dut I didn't know Itr
NEW FARMING EMPIRE
Half Million Fertile Acres In New Re
gion Added to Texas Agriculture.
By November 1st. 1909. tho Wichita.
Valley Itnllroad (Burlington System,
mo best farm dovctontnr road In
America) will complcto nndcomraenco
passenger acrvlco on its lino from
Htnmfoid to Spur, tho terminal towa
in Dickens County. Texas.
Tills town Is In tho center of a tract
of C73 Rqunro miles o( the smoothest,
most fcrtllo virgin farm lands In Tex
as rarms In which nro offered to
homeseokors nt prices from $12.00 to
J17.G0 per aero on easy terms one
fifth down, balanco In six annual pay
ments. Wonderfully adapted to cot
tonno boll weevil ever known
corn, alfalfa, grain, fruits, vegetables,
and all tho products of tho farm known
to this latitude. It Is tho coming hog
country, nowhero can they bo ma
tured more cheaply, and cholera Is ab
solutely unknown In this belt; quick
run to Fort Worth market.
Delightful climate altitude 2000 to
2C00 feet not on tho plains. Somo of
the lands nro covered with mosquito
trees others nro open or mixed. Deep
rich soil with great variety to char
acter chiefly sandy loam and choc
olate loam with clay subsoil. Water
generally shallow. Will bo sold In
quarter-sections or upward direct to
tho homcscekcr from owners, with no
salo commissions to load tho price
to tho farmers. Clear tttlo Is guaran
teed, Tho great extent of this body
guarantees to tho first farmers wide
range of selection to find a homo which
exactly suits ns to lay of land and
character ot soil.
Hccogntzlng tho great possibilities
and wonderful future of Spur Farm
Lands, tho Stflto has decided to place
nn experiment farm station at Spur.
This will be a great benefit to the
Bottlers In that region showing them
by actual demonstrations on tho lands
whnt crops can bo most profitably
raised: best methods of cultivation.
and assisting in nil tbo problems of I
the farm. This decision wns reached
after a visit to tbo lands by Judge Ed.
R. Kone, Commissioner of Agriculture,
and Dr. H. H. Harrington, Director of
Origin of Word "Bible."
Tho word blblo Is derived from tho
Latin namo blblla, which was treated ' Experiment Stations, who
as a slncular althouch It comes from l their unusual farming value.
tho deck neuter plural, meaning "lit-1 Lots In Spur, Dickens County, tho
tlo books." This Urcck dlinitlvo I terminal town, and GIrard, In Kent j
was derived from byblus, or rffyrus. 7. ioukmh imim .rom OI.ur b
lb. famous material on which ancient . "Lda . t"nlT 5 BrlnC
books wcro written. Tbo tltlo "Blblo t Annnn ininrpated can cet full In-
was first used about tho mlddlo of tho f0rmat!on. with frco Illustrated book-
second Chrlstlnn century In tho so- j ci from cbns. A. Jones, Manager for '
called second oplstlo ot Clement ft. M. Swcnson & Sons, Spur, Dickons
Vf tiSrt On llnndrfit I)oat Hnnrd tor wr
u nt iiurrh Ul cinool b curat t)r IUU1
r. i. citr.KEY a co- Toirfo. a
Wc lh antrnlrxd. lur koD F. J. Cbrarr
lor Um lul IS mra. nnd brimt bun pmrrtlr boo
cr&bw In it biaUMM imnutlloM Mxl enuKUOf
bla lo rurr out ur obnrxiuoa m4 lr bu arm.
VlllOUXl. KKXA M4ITIK,
W bolruto Uninutt Tblrdo. O.
nnrurrh Can la Ukrn UitrrullT. Ktlnf
dtmtlr upon lb bKmd ind mufotu aurlwn ol tna
trama. l-tHmonUli tni tn. prtc ;s MM mc
boitl. Soul by til IiraMUU.
lilt jiui a ramllr ruu lor eouUpiUaa.
A Steady Thing.
Something had gono amiss with
Bobble and ho had sought tho comfort
of tears. Noticing his wpt checks, bis
mother said In a consolatory tone:
"Como here, dear, and let mo wipe
"'Taln't no use, muvver," returned
Bobblo with a llttlo choke; "I's doln'
to cry again In a mlnutol" Woman's
center of tho sidewalk In front ot the
White House, and rows ot elms, ash
and sycamores lino tho opposlto sldo
ot Pennsylvania avenue between Fif
teenth and Seventeenth streets. Ilcd
oaka wcro selected to complcto tho
planting ot tho boulevard usually
chosen as tho "court of honor," be
cause they wore believed to bo best
adapted for tho purpono on account ot
site, foliage and beauty. Many years
ago fluo trees occupied tho avenuo
front on both tho stnto, war and nnvy
building and tbo treasury building,
but wcro removed as obstructions to
tho v!s(a, .
There was so much popular objec
tion to tho romoval of tho trees In
front of the state, war mid navy build
lug thnt tho authorities wero obliged
to resort to strategy In tho mattor
By tho employment of a largo forco ot
laborers tho trees wero nil removed
ono dark night betwecu midnight and
daybreak. Thoso trees formed a con
tinuation of tho row of sycamores still
1 standing In front ot tho Whlto House.
Away with all those vain pretenses
ot making ourselves happy within our
selves, of feasting on our own
thoughts, ot being satisfied with tho
consciousness ot well-doing, and ot de
spising all asslstanco and all supplies
from external objects. This Is tho
voice ot prldo. not of nature. Hume.
Reads AH of Congressman's Speeches
J h MANN representative
. "mi e SccflDj ilitM ot C1,lcn
' '"'"'i promoted to succeed
to " ? ' lbiim of Iowa as chair
Hat. .A . 180 c"nmltteo on Inter
tcUM 153 cominorco. probably
.. ." 111 e in tuo Concessional
ure than any other mambor
iMwt... Jlr Mn""'8 frequent
K S ' ln Ui "mell"l,t '
iS...0.'. "'deuro on his part to
wsi...... but "'o natu.nl
tonw-,,. mo nuiumi
Ziit l. ff lU lntct -tudy of all
Aj.uM,,oa leroro C0"KreBB,
fPf-lff i . ' paruauy because
tokti'j , ? Ua' re,lca UP Mm
Ikii' J.ame B- Hhormau.
mWt of uie house, and vur-
ernl other colleagues In that body.
Ono of the most ludicrous Incidents of
that trip has Just como to light.
When tho congressional party
reached San Juan, Porlo lllro. It nuit
among other natives ot the Island a
deep student ot American politic.
When ho wns Introduced to Mr. Mann
ho grasped him cordially by tho hund.
"What! Is this Jim Mann of Chi
cngo? 1 nm very glad, Indeed, to meet
you, and I wish to say that I have
read with Interest everything you have
said In tho house of representatives
during the last two years."
Ab his speech was mauo In a some
what loud tone ot volco, It reached
the ears ot soveral others In tho partr,
nnd Mr. Sherman was seen advancing
toward tho native with outstretched
"My name Is Jim Shermnu ot I'tlca.
N. Y." he sold, "and I want to liieft
you niyeelf. If you havo read every
thing Jim Muun has said In tho housn
of representatives In tbo lust two
year I am willing to bet a panama
hat that you havo been the busiest
wan In this who.e Island."
Bough on nats.unbcatableoitcrmlnator
Bough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c.
Bough on Bedbugs, Powder or L!q'd,25&
Bough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 24c.
Bough on Boachcs,Pow'd,lGc.,L!q'd,25c.
Bough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c.
Bough on Skecters,ngrecabletouse,25c.
E. S. Wells. Chemist, Jersey City, N. J.
Secret of Happiness.
I havo lived to know that the great
secret of human bapplaesa Is this:
Never suffer your energies to stag'
nate. Tho old adage of "too many
Irons In the fire" conveys nn untruth
you cannot have too many poker,
tongs and all ioop tbein going.
For Colds and Qrlpp Capudlne.
Tho tit remtdy for arlrn and Colds Is
Illcko' Capudln. Uellevu tht aching and
ftvrlihnai. Curve tho cold Headache l
also. If" Uquld-Uftecla Immediately 10,
and Wo at Drue Stores.
Tbero Is no better way ot hiding
your light under a uusuei man uy
keeping your church letter In your
EgK. Heel how to set mote eees. mr
urn.MHfiil method makci liens lav twlco
as many vgg ummrr and winter. If you
want lota of rem write te Mm. K. Alley,
New Madrid, ilo.
A young widow can make a man be
lieve ho Is making lovo to her, wben
In reality eho Is making lovo to him.
Instant Relief for All Eyes,
that sre irritated from dust. heat, tun or
wind, I'urnrs kyk balvb. ssc. aii
dmsgists or Howard Bros., BuujIo, N. 1.
The nverago man thinks his burap
ot generosity Is at least three times as
largo as It actually is.
nr. Plrre' flMaaiil reliefs reeuUto ana Injlf
oil. .lonacb. IU.r an4 !.. bug.r-cuaul,
Una (rauulM, to Uke as canjj.
Don't abuse the rich; wo can't all bo
When to Send Children to Europe.
Some peoplo wait so long beforo
sending their children to Europe that
the little ones are humiliated by others
who havo already been there. Every
self-respecting parent will bo careful
not to subject his children to this evi
dent Injustice; nt tho samo tlmo all
unseemly hurry Is to bo avoided.
Somo peoplo arguo that as soon as a
child can walk -well and speak a few
necessary French words, ho should be
placed ln a Btatcroom, next to a
private bath, and sent to Paris. Oth
ers feel that ho must naturally lose
much at this age. nnd that tho proper
time Is between Ave and six, when
as nn American ho has reached his
Probably the Ideal age Is about four.
At four n child can easily do England.
France nnd Italy, and get homo In
tlmo for the first night at tho opera.
Mother Tommy, why don't you
play with Frank any more? I thought
you wcro such good chums.
Tommy We was' but ho'a a molly
coddle! He paid tcr git Inter ther
A Rare Good Thing.
"Am ualnsr Allen's Foot-Ease, and can
truly say I would not have been without
It so long, had I known tho relief It would
stve my aching feet. I think It a rare pood
thine for anyone hnvlnc sore or tired fct.
Mrs. Matilda Holtwert. Providence, It
L" Sold by all OrucEMls. c ask to-aay.
Bessie How would you feel It somo
ono died and left you a fortune?
Harold I'd feol suro that somo ono
proved that he was ot unsound mind.
HAVn YOD CIHI.HMIXRT ,
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.(... 1.1,.. In, UlnhnllUL
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nTurnips and RutabaasJ
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U II I I luire " 10 Ect best results, and we cm prove that H la li
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nviu and woman should wrtta ma for tree onttlu
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ClrtUiM Ukl brratlAaM lh bAh.
lnmotM ft hmrtftM rrovtX
WTtr JoVlU to Utttor Qrmj
Cltrt C4lp dllwMaet Aallf fsUlklf.
Hulubletor prlntlnc In newapaparor
on aullonrry. lubllaharaorttla papar
wllluSarourordarand dottM, prtuUna.
aruriui lawsrina tiios. linu auca. taa.
to Ike lrsv
It a uiun'u wife cuts his hair ho la
entitled to a lot more sympathy than
Mra. Wlnalow'a Hoollilu Syrup.
.Vi i n tA.ii.intf. uilina iha auraa. rauacca tn-
The Bllenrrunn Is more to bo feared
than tho garrulous chap.
A Certain Cure for sore,weak ft Inflamed Eyes.
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