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Strength, or Nerve weakness nothing more. Po.
KJTtlj. not one weak heart In a sKSsdrrd U. as a
salt, actually diseased.
tuqeen Uny HtUa nerra that AUylfalatti
lass obscure nerre the Cardies, or Heart Nerve
needs, and must hare, more power, more
stability, more controlling, more gortmtet
x witnoot tnat toe Heart most conns
end the stomach and kidneys also kT
& coniro una nerme. .
ly explains war a a teats
aHnnaAa SLartnrmtJr ai in m pan ooe eg m
for weak and all la Hearts, Df. SBoesOnteo
th mm nf all thli ealnfuL alDttaMii. miflt
lar heart dliuens. Dr. fihqep's Restorative tfaH
postwar proscriptJoa U alone dlrect1 to (fees
Seek and watting nerre cenurs. II Mtki
ll'elisaSeliiiiil It oflers real, genuias heart help.
II yob would hare Krone Heart, taron a
rMtlea, strengthen tneae l&arrea
fees M seeded, with
JAS. H. ORML
They TakeThe Kinks Ost.
"Ihavo used Dr. King's New Life
Pill for many years, with increasing
faiisfaction. They tako the kinks
out of stomach, liver and bowels,
without fuss or friction," says N. H.
Brown, of Pittsfield, Vt. Guaranteed
satisfattion at Jas. II. Orrae's
and Haynes & Taylor's stores, 25c.
Lexington, Sept., 21-14 account
Grand Lodge Night of Pythias of
Kentucky. $8. lo for the round trip.
Date of sale Sept., 19, 20 and' 21,
return Sept., 25.
Hopkinsvillc Ky., and return account
State Convention Christian
Church Sept., 21-34, 1.85 for the
round trip. Date of salo Sept. 21 to
25, return Sept., 26.
Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly
loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cough
ilomedy. And it is so thoroughly
harmless, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers
to use nothing else, even for very
young babies. The wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung
healing mountainous shrub give the
enrative properties to Dr. Shoop's
Cough Remedy. It calms the cough
and heals the sensitive bronohial
membranes. No opium, no chloro.
form, nothing harsh used to injure
or suppress. Demand Dr. Shoop's,
Accept no other, Bold by J. H. Ormc.
All accounts due the CKirrsNDEW
Rkcoru at the time it suspended
publication and all duo the Prkss
prior to the dato of consolidation,
and all due the Criitkniikx
will be put into the hands of
an attorney far oollectton, unless
settled this month,
S. M. JuMKina.
A Sure-enough Knocker.
J. C. Goodwin, of Ueiu.vi!!e, N.
C., says: "Bucklen'd Arnica Salve
it a sure enough knocker for ulcers.
A bad ono came on ray leg last summer,
but that wonderful salve knocked
it out in a few rouads. Not even
a scar remained." Guaranteed for
piles, soros, burns etc. 25 ecnts at
Jas. H. Ortne's and Haynes & Taylor's
A Sale Certain Home Remedy that Is Soli
By All DraifUto
A fact any doctor will verify la that
constipated people suffer most from disease.
Regular bowel action ! absolutely
necessary to health People who are
constipated either part or all of the time
must use something to make their bowels
move. ThU should not be a
lent purgative or a cathartic that merely
tears its way through the bowels emptying
them of wast matter for the time
but leaving them tn a weakened state
that prolongs the constipated condition.
Dr. CsldweU's Syrup Pepsin Is an easy,
pleasant, natural laxative that removes
the waste matter and establishes regular,
dally movements without pain or crip.
Children and delicate woasea should
never be given strong physic for It not
only weakens the bowels but the entire
system, i Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
serves as a tonic and an aid to digestion
aa well as a laxative that la certain in Us
effeet upon the most obstinate old cases
and yet safe and pleasant for a baby.
With the first few dotes the 111 effects
of constipation, nuch as dyspepsia, Indigestion,
liver trouble, biliousness,
sour stomach, slclc headache, bloat
ed stomach, etc., quickly disappear It
Is a remedy that should be In every home
for every member of th family at some
tune has need or a safe, suro laxative.
Mrs. J. C Cooper, Chicago, in., writes;
"I use Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for
myself and family. I keep It on hand
constantly, as I find It to be a most pleasant
laxative and Is all you claim for It "
Sarah J. Housor, Eureka Springs, Ark ,
says: VI would have been dead had It
not been for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
It Is the best medicine I ever used for
constipation. Indigestion and biliousness."
M. R. ZerkeL Troy. Ohio, considers It
the best known laxative for children.
We are glad to send a free sample to
any ono who has not used It and will give
i a fair trial. Write today to Pepsin
S . r. n Co., 305 Caldwell Bldg.. Montlccllo.
Ill n druggists sell It at EOc and 11.00
It SALE BY A l ' 'MV.HIRT
BfQ MtMIC CITY
Raln's Big Pcmpelan Spectacle Each
Nlflht at the State Fair.
No scenic representation con' J he
more realistic thnn the magnificent
view which Ib spread out before tuo
spectator In Pain's elubornto production
"Last Das of Potiipoll." The
scenic city spreads out ovor an nren
of four acres of ground, and so perfect
Is the work of the painter In the perspective
that one seems tn bo looking
upon a real city and a landscape that
stretches seemingly nwny for miles.
Real masslvo buildings twenty to fifty
feet high, loom up in the foreground.
.representing the palaces, tajnipfleaietc.,
of the picturesque anclrravclto, whllo
huge tstujaphul arches adensj Its
tree Towering above nl theao Is
the ever beautiful but treodbwrous ft.
Vesuvine. A fore ctf over forty
scenic mechanics ore nncxsmxf to
place this soenju city fa) poaWon ssaoh
day, ia altc of every Use aua btbor
savin ; device that can be atrortdsd.
Pompeii In to be Oatrwaaed asraln.
Net the ancient otty th t nnsOd
nmorsg the Italian hills at the fbot of
Mt. Wewrloav btt flirt bl scenic city
In Pain'8 vast spectacle cTT.ast Bajss
of Ponaswjsi' that will V seen at tha
Kentucky State Fair. ThJu mimic oity
represettfa with Ideal accuracy the
fated city that perished tn the Flnt
century of the Christian ora. TU
scenery treed in thin prodtiul n covrrs
an area of fully four aorea of ground,
but so deceptive Is the perspective
that It aapaors to spread out over
runny ttmst that space Tfee rarw (a
said to do ntarvolously oooot Rfidi historically
accurate bclntr Ma
archeologlsta now suDpoo the aacleg
city was nt the time tt V destrtryHt
The whole JOosW isi ftiawe
half a hundred arc llght&jLnd caldmna
(3 most beautiful. Ak ono alta in 4he
vast amphithentra jaad gusoa on toe
smuo beforw htm tVe eoes tho tall
with Its hea4 raleed again t
4I.A t.r. KaIaw mt Ika tkaIM ijl.l'f
plos, arches, etc. and to propoaly
reeent these latter many real
twenty to forty feet In height
are blended In with the "picture'! tn
the background. Thn sceno ojwnB
with a fete day in the anefout city and
for upward of an hoar tha a lenoa U
entertained with a vivid oductlcea
of the sports and feats of the hippodrome,
exciting chariot raoaa,
tional aerial and acrobatic feats, pretty
ballets. Imposing and gorgeously
costumed processions, choruses, music,
etc The tragio dramatis episodes
of the spectacle are shown in panto
mi raft. The fetes are Interrupted by
the terrtflo eruption of Vesnrlus aad
the destruction of the city by the
earthquake, which la a scene thrilVsag
beyond description, and brings into action
all the skin and Ingenlonaneea of
Pain's artists. Following these
scenes there is presented a beautiful
exhibition of fireworks, and those
who have seen these pyrotechnics of
the famous Pain hare never rearmed
the full meaning of the word beXora.
Railroads wttl make special rates
from nearly all surmamllug towns oa
the date of this exhibition.
The most magnificent display of pyrotechnics
ever witnessed In this
of the state is promised In connection
with Pain's big spectacle, This
display Is, In faot, the crowning "feature"
of the marvelous tohlbttloa, and
as Pain has long enjoyed the reputation
of "king of pyrotechnists" In both
England and America, It Is more than
likely we shall behold something unusually
tine in pyrotechnic novelties
on this occasion. Among the moat
elaborate "set pieces" shown will oe
a mammoth revolving fountain of Ata;
Alladln's Jeweled Palms, and the beautiful
Pyramids These are only a few
f the larger apodal pieces that will
be shown. For the edification of the
little folks there will n be a large
number of comic fireworks devices,
such as the
the huge walking elepbant, the flying
plseons, the acrobatic monkey, the
Tobacco will Ixj a blgSer feature
than ever at the State Fair this year.
The prizes offered are larger and the
o tunned are more nmseroua. Classes
are provided for the following hurley
types Red Leaf, Bright Leaf.
WTappar aad Brtgtet "Trash. TWa
dark type aw blaak wrapper, lang o
Trleaa lead, Freaca laai. Itallaa leaf,
Oreaa afrar Leaf and atemabag leaf.
&W. UL C BaakU oSata 75 la
lar the best oisolay ef lilt' barley
orop, for tho Wat display of 1101
dark tobaeato and beat Alnplay of st08
Ore en Rlvas) tobaaeo. Xot mere taan
four sataylea oaa be entered out of a
single rp, but It the exhibitor has)
sore than oa eroo raised oa his fans
ke ts MBlatled ta tour saoqden out of j
eoh ore. A special burlay tebaeoa
olaas is betag oenstdered la watch the
entries of dealers, growers or
will be accepted.
RAILROAD RATES TO 8TATE FAIR.
Itallroad rate of one fare pi as 25
oentn for round trip from all aetata in
Kentucky has been secured by tho
Transportation Committee for the
State Fair. It Is estimated that a
quarter of a million people will take
advantage of this rate.
There will be more than J.M0
awards of premiums at the Kentucky
Statu Pair this year, an average of
acre then SO awards daatf.
For oataHsjua, entry Waala or other
information, write J, W. Newman. Secretary.
320 Paul Jones Building,
CONVENTIONS AND EXCURSION.
A new special commltteo ha bea
created this year by the State YWr
management, known aa tho ComnatNM
on Excursions nml Conventions, with
Mr. Smith T. Halley as chairman. Already
a number of nnnunl meetings
for state organizations have been secured,
Including tho Kentucky Beef
Cattle Association, the Kentucky Dairy
Cattle Club, the Swine Breeders'
the State ITnrMrWltmsf. M
the Good Roads AasalUfeef SO. TaJfc
ous othors of a kindrd nature.
A suitable convcntlriti haJl 'will d
provided uaderneath tha grand stand
with ewry nccommedaflsm awst fBt
venieuu poeHlble for the vtsjBM o
ganizatlceu. Chalreaan Ilfcy,sM
to ha-e BMay other meetfaB liaSNl
bocoru the oienlng day and Is sarranar
Ing to bar a 'pro iiuflAer ft
Ion t rafts from aTl sVrabsaf est Qf
state. In other words. It b ts4itSi
tion to sake It A aoaisMilL wvjak
and Vhsj banner weearta tsn saw4fryo(
Urn PmMft City lor the knfeM DWbrr
THE NEW STATE PA Is? GHOOftDfl.
The nrw Kenhicky State Fair
grounds, where the I'jOS annual exhibition
will be held. Is eaally one of the
most rnodnmlv nrrangeil ane
equipped In the country. From a
luetic point of viow tho graceful ltnc
of tit buildlAg hannoarse with the
surruundintj toporraphy; Ttie car
linos will 9&t4 fa'to' osVq groaada so
that one sfiay 'sasjp Skm4tr tqom the
car to ttisi outran- of th Flair! "An
imposing urdrwwwSl uttmA mrrxhe
main driweway 4W the enbMstee. The
driveway. 199 ffct t wflJfsL IcaSi
to th'ssSusj Partrtloav fauas
plots with rows of trees fll subdivide
this driveway and lines of hedger'wni
border It onthe sides. In frost cf tha
Livestock Pavilion win be an attractive
fountain located in tho center of
large flower' 'bed designs.
The raoetraok and ""grandstand are
located In the eastern part of the
"grounds, some 600 feet from the pavil
ion. The surface of tax tnu has ba
finished with exoeptfosally fine clay.
The stableS and osollng shed for
hornet are located' Jast south or the
track. The archltootrre of all the
bufldngs will be along the llnt of tha
Spanish Mlasioa style, with white
sides and red trie roofs. This class
and style of architecture will harmonize
with the undulating grounds and
graceful driveways which are bordored
with hedges and plants and give it a
most pleasing appearance.
$100,000 LIVESTOCK PAVILION.
It Is with much pride that th Stats
Pair management will open to the public
In September what it has every
reason to believe Is the finest livestock
pavilion Ib the world Wafle somewhat
similar to other great State air
paiilioaa. It Is quite different from aay
of theaa and combines the fod poeaU
of all ef them. It wfll b 9X1 feet wide
and 400 feet long, wirh an Interior
arena measuring IK by 300 feet.
There will be an entrance to the aresat
at either end, having direct connection
with the horse and cattle barns,
A fifteen-foot promenade will extend
entirely around the outside of the arena.
The main entrances are arranged
in four large tnwers, one at each corner
of the building, to give an abun
dance of spaoe for entrance and exit.
The construction Is of the tuiMt permanent
character, being largely concrete
and steel. All horses and cattle
will be exhibited In thin building, a
great improvement over the hot, dusty
ahow rings and the Inconvenient stuffy
tents luted In the past
Weber's Prize Band of America, one
of the finest concert organizations in
the West, will furnish the muBlc for
the State Fair Each of Weber's
will he three hours long and be
made up entirely of popular music. A
number of solotnts will be heard Mr
Weber has felt the public pulae long
enough to know about what Is wanted;
add to this a band thai Is unsurpassed
anywhere, his own personality and
splendid leading powers, soloists of
known ability, and It Is hard to see
how the State Fair management could
aeuwd a bigger attraoOoi tn
tbe way ef a bead.
THE HOUSE SHOW AT
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR.
VMk m ftaasjiat prlsM frer offered
tow ai ateetuesry fair, the
greasR exsdatt of vqulne fleah in the i
history ef tw Rtue Cross State is con
fldasfUy eBjsiil Fbr the first time
sxhfbreeaa asaf speeTaanrs win have the
pleasure est aaaiajj a OratcUas horse
sbarr In a barge, commodious arena,
completely under shelter, without
tbe eJtVot f the burning sun or
being Mposed ts datafi and chilly
weather anl undergoing the
f a weather-soaked show ring.
TurnsrWIee to Be Used at the
Secretary J. W. Newman of tho
State Fair baa provided the
moat approved pattern of turnbtlle to
bo used at each entrance to the State
i Fair. Neither the skinny nor the fat
I man will hr.ve am trouble In pnssine.
, through them They are equipped
with register ni.Mi ran tell h any
minute ji i. ,,iy poraons bavs
pa si'd t'.r u;.i
For uitalogao. -i:' blanks or other
Informs Ion. I W. Newman, Secretary,
.T.'O Paul Jous Building.
SIX QHEAT DAYS AT TH1
KENTUCKY STATE WAM.
The Special Days program has beam
aaoounced, with Fred W. Keiske,
President of the Loulaville Commercial
ClUb, as genemi chnlnnan of the
Special Days committee. The first day
will be known as Oovernor'a Day and
School Children's Day It will mark
tho dedication of tho new J100.000
Live Stock Pnvlllon. which Is now
hearing completion, nnd which when
finished will be by far the greatest
txMbttton Knn In Asnovicn, It is a
building which wiM reflect credit not
only to the management of thn State
Fair, but to tho 8 ate Itself Tho core-monies
ill Include un address by Governor
Wflmon and Id nl probability n
Dumber of other ossKlnfruldhrd -speakers
will tie pnssmat on that oocaalon,
School clilWreu win bo admitted that
day for 10 cents, and Prof II C.
PreaJdeat of the Kentucky Statu
Mutational AssKKihUioa, wbo'ts chairman
of the Ural day's program Is endeavoring
to get ' aot tbe largost attendance
of crtfldren ver seen on a
fairground In a single duy
Tuea9av .Uu will be College
Day and Fraternal Day. Prof. W. Paul
Andewon of the State University at
Lexington, Is chnlnnan, aud CharloH
H Norton of Louisville, lce obalrnsuu
for that day On account of tha very
low rafleoad rates a miwli larger
attendance of college studi nts than
usual Is expectod. aud Prof. Anderson'
fs actltvly wtJfTttng for large delegations
pixa nil the varkxw oolloglaie
InHtttutloos In the staUv All the fraternal
organizations of Louisville nnd
other cities aad towns of the statu
are Invited to join in an effort to make
this one of days of trie
Fair. On thlsfQahu judging In oil
fepftrtmenta will begin. Horse nnd
eattle award 'Will be made tn the new
ahow pavilion, while all other
boultry and other department
will be Judged In arena! especially
prepared tor that purpose.
Wednesday, Sept. 18th. will be Lou
isvlllo Day and Southern Indiana Day
Mayor James P. Ortnsteod of Louisville
will be chairman and Jacob Best,
mayor of New Albany, and K. N.
Flynn. mayor of Jeffereonvllle, vice
'chairmen The mayors of all three
cities will Issue a proclamation
In addition to the many at
tract've horse rings Inck stock Here
ford and Angus cattiu, Ayreahlre cat-1
tie, DurockJersey and Cheetsrr White
Swn Hampshire. Cotswold and
American Merino sheep wlU be Judged.
Thursday, always tho largest In attendance
of the week, win be known
as Kentucky Day and Prose Day On
no single day or event ia tae yea are
so many KentockiaruB from an sectioas t
of the state assembled together. Mr .
Tim Jteedham .Wllllamjtown. Ky I
president of the Kentucky Prews As so-'
datton. Is chairman tor that day and .
has named for his aooiata a
ber of the most wideawake young
newspaper men of the state, and If
planH do not miscarry It will prore a
genuine reunion of the I
Governor WUIson wiM call a meet-,
ing of all persona Inters I'd tn good I
roads in Kentucky on this day at the I
State Fair Every city commercial
club, and fiscal court In the state will
be Invited to send delegates, and It Is
expected to here orwntze a permanent
Good Roads Association In Kentucky.
The question of securing the adoption '
by the people In 1909 of the Bosworth I
good roads amendment to the Const!- '
tutiou will be discussed With low
railroad rates and thn State Fair at- '
tractions. It Is thought a record break- '
ing crowd of good road advocates will '
be on hand I
Friday. Sept 18th. has ben designated
a Equity Day aud Orange Day
J Campbell Can trill of
Ky . president of tho Kentucky Branch
American Society of Equity, has been
named as chairman and F P Wnlrott
of Covington. Ky . Master of the Kentucky
State (Jranue. vice chairman.
Arrangements are being made for an
immense parade of the members of the
Society of Kqulty. romiosel of the
many tobacco growers In both the
dark patch and liurlev districts,
through the streets of Ixiulsvllle that
day This powerful organization, as
slated by that noble band of true and
enlightened farmers known as tho Pat-
rons of Husbandry, aro uniting their
efforte and walking shoulder to nhouJ
der ln this movo and propone tn make
It an erect of far-reaching Importance
and magnitude to tbe Kentucky
Mlse Alio Layd. the daughter of
the Sooiecy ef artty, tll deliver an
address. The Judging la all departments
except horses will be concluded
this day, aud ln the afternoon there
will be a gtand parade ef all the prize
winners, honna, mulee. Jacks and eat-
tie In the Livestock Pavilion, with ritv
bona attached aud animals placed ln
the order the awards were made.
Saturday, the last day, will be RV.
eryboda "ay. Anyone not classed
under any other day will certainly be
included ln this.
Fairs Time-Keepers of Progrota.
President McKinloy In his last
speech made upon the grounds of the
Buffalo Exposition, said among other
things "Fairs and Expositions are
the' timepieces which mark the progress
of nntlons, and every fair, great
or small, has helped In some onward
The Kentucky breeder of llvi stock
cannot bring Ills stoc'' before the pub
He attention bltr (linn by taking a
premium at the Kentucky State Fair
For catalogue, entry blanks or other
Information, write J, W. Nowmnn, Secretary.
320 Paul Jones Building,
A GREAT LINE OF
H line with It policy to put on only
tho greatest attractions t'nnt can bo
secured, tho Kentucky State V'alr management
has cloned n contract with
Frank P. Spellmun of Cleveland. O,
for what Is helloed to bo Uie bout Uuo
of fre) attractions over seen at a
Southern Fair These attractions will
bo seen In front of tin grand ttaml
each day, Including Spollman'n Per
forming Bears and ten nther free ut
truotlons, such as trapeze acts, mid
nlr performances, etc
A Jnpancbo troupi? of gymiuisls and
equHlbrlsts, excelling in their line anything
ever seen before In Louisville,
hms been engaged espeelallv for the
State Fair, and win be aeon exclu
slvel In Kentucky at Ln
nddlUon to the more tlirljllng cf tho
well known aots of tmWncW and gym
nnstlc wortc. they havn devbed bi voral
features which will ' he for tho flrat
time lntroducel rlore,
The thjljlgr of free at tractions
will 'bo the troupe of trapeze per
formors, fncludlug eevoral mgnvotuon
and a tlnjf tot which Is hjtrledjby Its
heels feet througlkXthe air
and Is safoly caught by cno of Its el
dcrs Accldcntfl do not occur in this
avct. but despite their porfectionji net
la spread for a iKeslblo emersiiicy, K
Uint oven If uu accident should occur
no fn'ttllt) would rcsulL
The shows already engaged for the
"Stretch" are Fercria'a Trained' Wild
Animal Copgresa. the Dicky ' Wild
Won Show and Cow Boy Indiartf,
the Dark Town Flro Brtgad"Hon
aud Hell Mucbnnlcal Device; Johna
town Wood, Palaoo oi Ulasloas: Electric
Palaoe, and maery others wfMha
will be added Mater. tWs Is cBelb
to insure every visitor that there wtll
be nomethlng doing every minute
BXHIDITS AND CLASSIFICATIONS
At the Kentucky State Fan-.
Entries of exhibits tn alt Livestock
Departments, eiopt for horses, mules
and Jack stock, will close Monday
Sept. 7th. at (I p nx, and In all other
departments prior to Tharsday, Sepc.
10th Entries of horses, mules and
Jacks will (osltlvel) cloj at 12 o'clock
the day before tho exhlbftSae CnM year,
as thura frtn be a prsnied fatnnKB oi
the horse ahow, glrihg the naxae of
the owner, the aatna sa4 osser of fsW
horse, and the- nurabtw eff tW eaasry,
which tnuit cor res pood wfEt the arm
number on the person tiding, drtvlag
or exaibillng aame, It la absolutely
essential that the entry giving this In
formation be filed with the Secretary
by noon of the day preceding the exhibition.
Kxhlbtta must be placed by 9 o'clock
Monday morning. Sept. 7th. and exhibitors
In all departaaents havre beesj
There are 1,311 disTerent rings ta
which liberal prliee are offered, wMse
there U a total of erer SOe different
lots. Tase horse classification In subdivided
Into classes suitable for light
saddlers, roadstera. combined
harness and saddlers, plantation
saddien, runabouU. high step-sera,
Shetland ponies and fine horsee
The muleit and Jack stock are well
taken care of
In the Beaf Cattle Department the
claselfloatlon Is complete for
HerefonLs. Polled Durham,
Aberdeen-Angus and Bed Polls In
the dairy oat tin department Jerseys,
Ayrshire are recognlzeil The Swine
Department luoludes Berkshlres
Whites. Tamworths, liumpshlres and
Yorkshires In the Sheep Department
the following breeds are recognized
Shropshire Cotswolds. Southdowns.
American Merinos OxfonO Hamp
sblres, Dorset. .HatuboullletK aud Lin-coins,
also a class for Angora Goats.
The Poultry classification roveri every
known standard varlet) ami tho
same Is true of the Pigeon
the prize money being material
ly Increased over last year's list The
Departments fur Vegetable and
Field Seed and Oraln and Tobac
oo contain olasses for almost every
produol grown on the farra In Horticulture
them are hundreds of pattes
offered for applet, peaches, pears,
graee, etc. Plaata aad Flowers, one
of the most aUractive eaalbits at a
fair, will be larger ana better am
ever before In no departBsent fa
there a more Interesting collection gf
premiuaas than In that set asldu for
woman's work, children's work aad
The Perfect Carriaae Horse at the
In order to develop a perfect oar
riage horae, the United States Govern
meat appeinUsl a Commission to In
veatlgate the desired points that
should be assessed In order to stimulate
the breeding of this class of
the Kentucky State Fair offers
a $78 trophy and a $GQ cup for the
btat msxu and stallion, according to
the government classification. The
points desired by the carriage horsr
are given In detail In tho State Fair
A State Fair ribbon has the barking
of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,
It Is a trophy of great sentimental and
advertising value asido from the cash
premium wMch accompanies It.
For cata'guo, entry blanks or otlior
Information, write J. W. Newman, Secretary,
320 Paul Jones Building,
: p;- 't4 "St '.M ,
Hf&SSmati'W' i.- V -: ltr
Ftssye a Very Large Part In All Agrl
hWaporatlon playa a very large part
ha all acetcultural processes. The,
rapidity with which evaporation goes
on determines to a large extent the
ranldilv of arowtlu It should be evi
dent to any paraou tfeest the building
up of a plant can only aa fiuit
as the food can be carried to It, and
this food can be carried only as fast ,
n the ater naoa tn the plant, aa
all .lant food Is held In solution tn .
tho liquid that carries It.
The evaporation from tho surfaces
of the plant supplies the motive pow-
wr for the liquid that Is ln tho Internll rV 1
portions of tho plants. If tho day 'ta
a hot on and the atmosphere ts dry,
the drying up of the moisture on the
plant leads to the Instutit supply of
more meinture by the plant, and this
fa no important factor In the process
uf naii nowemeot.
Thatt'is the rwarou that In humid
climate whors fbe sty'ls obscured by
clouds for n targe part of the time, thn
rtWQS9 of growth are so slow that
many things fall to ripen In an ordl
uai tioasou, eaplalnr I'armers
The fanner sometimes cra
plains at a long period of unclouded
sky but fl his plants have enough
uater to etippl) thvlr needs ty are
making an unusually rapid growth In
the time In which they n-e receiving
un ititiBual amount of auimhlnr
It Is for this reason that the weath
er tureasrs mam s apply data as to
piirci'titagn of rnnslU' during a given
period. Tkae In a recent report of
the Iinsotsi vesstker bureau It was
statnd that for fke week covered by
th report the asuount of suashlne
Tsa OS pr carat- which, meant that
M atnoiict of sauaditaje swigrr ai
fecta the eTaporatloa, and this la turn
afleots the crveioytrnt of crops
Uaaer brtajat ewnshiae ervpsj develop
aaore rerMty tema taadssr clouded
WHEN MITROOEN IS LACKING
Agejearanoe ef the PtanU an
of tkte Deficiency.
Ia the abveoce of nitrogen the piat
nuU no appreciable growth. With
ouly a limited supply, the piaat eosav
tuancoa to grow,a aflrmal way, bat
aa aoon aa te availaate aJtmcen li
tseed Bp, ake sewesr and sroaller lserrasi
bogtn gradaarly to die Jjwn from the
tips and all la phtnt s energy la centered
U oee or two leaves. Nitrogen
is oa o4 fJbe aaaia eosvscltaeata of
which la possibly thn most valuable
part of a plant. It Is also a
constituent of chlorophyll, the green
coloring cutter of plants, kenee wlfa
a Halted supply ef astreejea, the
leaves will have a sickly yeOoer color.
Plants with large, welldeveloped
leaves are not suffering for nitrogen.
An abundanco ef this sugstance wist
produce a luxnriant growth of laf
nnd stem, but It will retard matartly,
and with reals w frequently
cause the crop ta "lodge ' Therefor,
when sropa, such as cereals, tomato,
potatoes, etc . are to be matured, aa
over supply of nitrogen Is Injurious!
but with crops, such ai lettuce, cabbage,
to . whleh are harvested In the
green condition, an abundance of
will, ottw fertilizing
being present, tend tn produce
a strong, vigorous growth and give
crispness or quality to theme crops
Prof R, Harcourt. OnUrto SUtlon.
NEW U8E FOR OLD WHEEL.
Wide Farm Oate Is Easily Moved by
If n wld farm gate Is wanted, cc
Uiat will opitn nnd clorve readily and
that without much outlay vou can
have It if you are lucky enough to
on an old wheel The let are shows
A Gate Easy to Handle.
how It U dons A gate Is built, loog
enough to go betwtten the posts set,
and a tolld post sawed off at oue aide
two fet above the grouad. The meddle
rib of the gate ts left long enough
to rest on this low poet It must be
thick to tag pin or ssa Iroa boat
that as driven tato the post At the
other end, explains Farm and Itoma,
It Is worked down 'o net as an axle
for the wheel which carries the end
of the gatu arouud with the least exertion
on the part of the operator
QRIST FOR THE FARMER.
The loadur and the hay fork aaake
the Job shorter and easier than ever.
How about that old If airy wooden
tank? A cement tank will not dry
if tbe cellar needs vemtllaUon, fcae
It generally does, open tha door tpst
windows at night Instead of In Us
daytime. Have screens to kep oat
cats, rata, etc.
Stir the earth. Remember the agitation
Is death to all wrongs of the
soil Man never devlbed a more useful
nnd valuable Instrument than ib
hoo In nil Its forms
Tho greatest uld of all Is your faltkv
ful team See to It that your horse
aro not postered by files and that they
are proiwrly fod and watered. They
ftiirn human treatment
Stay right by the creamery, wrem
lliongh tho Htirty nf milk nt yooy
ili ".(. cieau'ery
. tho year 'round,