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ONE OF THE COMING BIG EVENTS IN THIS SECTION OF THE STATE
TYPICAL SCEIE AT A REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA forthcoming Chautauqua which Is to bo held here will bo' ono of the big events of the season in this sec ern st tbo state Tbo nbovo photograph lllustrntcs a typical crowd at ono of tho Rcdpnth Chautauquas. Chcro are today acarly 1,200 Chnutawquas in tho United States and Canada, In fact, the Cbautauqnn has be- jmo ono of America's great Institutions, and tho idea has already spread to England and Japan. In 1872 there Chautauqua in tbo world, In 1873 Bishop John II. Vincent and Lowis Miller Inaugurated at tho spot now autauqun, N. Y tho original institution. Today Chautauqua, N. Y, Is the summer center for 10.000 people ind, buildings and equipment represent a cost of millions. Dut, although thousands of people go annually to Chautauqua, N. Y., from all parts of the United Stntcs, tho great mass of American people would never gci to a Chautauqua if they had to travel far from home. The rec ognition of this fact brought about tbo decision to take Chautauquas to tho people everywhere. Tho movement a few years ago began to spread rapidly. Today there arc operated from the Rcdpath headquarters Jn Iowa, Kan sas City and Chicago nearly COO Chautauquas. Only tho best talent is engaged, as high as $15,000 having been paid by tho Itedpath for a slnglo attraction for tbo Chautauqua season. 'Every year tho number ofvOhautnuquas grows, and there are more requests annually from towns wishing to bo Chautauqua centers than can possibly bo granted. Buys High-Grade Automobile C7 asm in HdWivaviu A the clearing houso for several largo automobile dealers and manu facturers who take used cars as part payment on now cars, we car Mil you a high-grade, rebuilt car, A! condition fully guaranteed, as write zor our oargam inc. low aa 5250. A high-grade.r'ebuilt auto h , bttjer than a cheap new one. AUTOMOBILE CLEARING HOUSE CO., 728 S. 4th St. Louisville, Ky. INCORPORATED. ( Strong In Memory. Rural winter Jojb Increase In an lnvnrso ratio to tho square of the dis tance, or words to that , effect It will be noticed that Whlttler did not wrlto "Snow Bound" until after he had become a city-dweller and tho memory of frosted nose and ears and tingling hands and feet bad become dimmed and vague. A too accurate memory, like acute truthfulness, Is a terrible handicap for a real poet, lust as It Is to an editor. p You Feel Chilly A irnttcili A a1a nil 4YrAM cjl MS., ana Jt.miis cum vtci Feel worn out blue and tired ? Don't let your cold develop tire and toolc which has proven its value in tho past 40 years is II into bronchitis, pneumonia or catarrh. The reliable alter- DR. PIERCE'S "olden Medical Discovery Restores activity to tho liver and to the circulation tho blood U Furlfled, the digestion and appetite improved and tho whole body eels tho Invigorating force of this extract of native medicinal plants. In consequence, the heart, brain and nerves feci the refreshing influence. For over 40 years this reliable remedy has been sold in liquid form by oil medicine dealers. It csn now also 'bo obtained la tablet fqrtn in $1.00 and 50c boxes. If your druggist doesn't keep it.send COono-ccnt stamps to R.V.Picrce, M.D. Buffalo. The Common Sense Medical Adviser a book of ' 1008 pages answers all medical questions. Send 31c in onc-ccnt utampa to It. V, Pierce, SI. D. For the Weak andlNervous Tired-out, weak, nervoUB men and women wi uld feel ambitious ener K"t lc, full of life and always have a itood an)5'!'''. If they would d" the sensible thing tor health tak?Elec ttlc B 't"f. Nothing b ttr for the ncinacli. nvpr or klrtnvs. Thou .jiilsny "hey owe their lives to t'' w. iirtnirul iiume fm"i. Mr. O HIi it.VMiit t, rr Vnl C-nter, N Y. sh : "I p-rrd El etrlc Bittern 4. it th- vreHtest of ulfn. I O ill leV'T lolget wl.Ht il lit' doll for in'i " G ' h hnttle you -if and see what a il'tlreiice it will tnafee In you- health. O v 60f t" $10. R"o uauvndetl by AW Dealt is. No Hurry for That Vehicle A short-sighted old lady In a hurry to mount a tram car held up her um brella and shouted to the driver of a jasslng veblclo, "Stop. Stop!" to which, tho driver replied, "Don't be in a hurry, mum; it ain't your turn yet" It was a hearse. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Vour druggist will refund money, if PAZO OINTMENT (alls to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protnidlnff Piles In 6 to 14 days. Tb" first nnnl'Mlion wives Kuw tv) Sfte. Best Medicine for Colds When a druggist recommends a remedy for colds, throat and lunsr troubles, you can feel sure that he knows what ho is talking about. G. Lower. Diugglst of Marlon, Ohio, v rites of Dr. Kings New Discovery: "L'know Dr. Kings New Dlscuvury if th-.ben throat and lung medicine I II It rurod my wile of a severe bronchial cold after nil other reme dlt c fulled." It wiP do the. same for j nu If ynu are sufTerliiij with a colit or any brm oliial. throt r lunir cotiuh. Knp h hnttl" on limirl nil t' tuuv for evt-rymiH in thi Hinily I- ui. It i a hull. foctor. Price 50i! m i' $10. Oikith' trpl by All Dealer Happiness. Those who have the most of happi ness think the least about it. But in thinking about and in doing their duty happiness comes because the heart and mind are occupied with earnest thought that touches at a thousand points the beautiful and sublime reali ties of the universe Thackeray. Constipation Cured Dr. King's New Life PIU w ill re l'e've constipation pr.iiijiily and uet j our bowels in healthy condition acair. John 5-upsic of Sannurv Pa. saj8:"Thpy are the best pills I f-ver u'pd, and 1 ml vlst every one to U'e tli in for constipation, uiillgeetlon an" l'vpr compTa'ut" Will help yon IV" 25o. Rpcom mended by AH Den It-1 h t Crossing the Bridge. The trouble about crossing tht bridge before you come to it Is thai you will havo to cross It just tn I saino when you get there. "Symptoms." Occasionally an afflicted lady tells why she left her husband. For the married man, of some Introspection nnd conscience, the feeling produced by the recital Is something like the feeling one used to have Mn reading the. patent medicine list of "symp toms." He used to feel that he had 'em and deserved the treatment. Thure nevt-r ws a time wIipii peo p - aiipreriMtfo tlp real m-rli8 of (Jiitiiil)i?rlai' ' C 'li'h Kuneiiv more than now. This is shown by the In-c'i-hbh In suleti and viljutiiry tC'Btl iiKioiaU from pei boiib who nave been nnrnii hi- t. If ou or y urohlldien -iif troubled -with a cough or cold i vd it a trial and become acquaint ed with us (rood qualities. For sale in ah ueaii-rs Where "Yiddish" Comes From. The Hebrews-who live In Germany speak the German language, usln? among themselves a peculiar dla' ct called "Yiddish." that term being it self a corrupt form of the German word Yudlsch. Russian Hebrews also use this langnage, whllo by a curious chain of historic events Turkish He brews Bpeak Spanish. Printed Yid dish shows an Interesting, comntna tion of languages, the words helng essentially German, but printed in He brew characters. Christian Herald. A child can't tfet strong and ro bust, while the Intestinal worms eat away its vitality. To eivn the child a Hiat'cp to grow thPRft parasites must bp destroyed and expelled. Whitt-V Cremn VrinlfiiKO Is guar anteed to letrnvH the worm; It also put" the vital mjfans in healthy, vir on in condition. Price 55c per bot- tie. Sold qy S',B(-rnrd Mining Co. Incorporated Drm? Dep't. Trouble for the Future. First M. D. (from bedside of wealthy bachelor) Ho Is sleeping naturally ho will recover. Second M. D. Yes, the worst is over. First M. D. No, the worst Is yet to come. Second M. D. How is that? First M. p. Wo have yet to break the news to hla relatives. Life. For cholera mcrbu , oholera infan tum. ilianliiea and wind colic, Mc Gt"i li;.uv E tx'r is a rt-met'y oi i-xtraf.rdi. arv porter, il relieves col ic pains iiittatuly. cticfk rilnrrhoea aril settles :hc disordered omacn. Prlco 25c and 60c per bottle Sold by St. Bernard Milling Co. Incorpor ated D:ujr Dep't. When your food do a not digest well aud vou (eel "blue"', tired and disci uraged, yT u should use a little Herbiue at bedtime. 1 opens the the bowels, punflep the system and rpotores flue feeiifg of health and energy. Price 50c. Sold by St. Ber nard Mining Co. Incorporated Drusr uep't. Slight Mistake. "I understand you went over to Crimson Gulch and lynched the wrong man?" "No," replied Three-Finger Sam. "You can't lynch the wrong man in Crimson Gulch. We Jest .got Piutev Pete a little bit ahead of his turn." ! i 1- She Knows. "You never thank a man for giving you a seat in a street car." "Not any more," replied Miss Cayenne. "I used to until noticed that almost Invaria bly -ho was going to get out at the next corner anyhow." WJMIR KRYL AND THIRTY OF HIS ARTISTS COMING HERE CHAUTAUQUA WEEK i FADING fenturo of Chautauqua Week-In this city will "bo tho anpearauco of Bobumlr Kryl and his band, rhla band will comprise thirty or nioro artists. Mr. Kryl, In uddltlou to leading the bund, will appear la. comet 6olos at cuch performance. , . ii.n,i- K-ri u inv ncknowledcetl to bo ono of America's flvogreatcst bandmasters, and as a cornet : .according to tho Los Angeles Times aiid other great nowspapers, he has no superior In' America. k summer Kryl and bis band oppoared on all Hcdpatb Chautauquas InTennesseo. Kentucky, Michigan and In- The demand was so vigorous that he should return to these cities mat me ueupiuu woum huvu uevu u- Photo mado In Orchestra hall) Chicago. grateful Indeed had It disregarded tbopeoplo's requests. Everywhere Kryl Dand Day drew big crowds and created great enthuslusm. This year tho band will bo augmented by several moro players than last year. Ono of theso will bo the wiaeiy known harpist, Leo Zelenku Lorando.who hns toured throughout Germany, Austria, Italy, Denmark and England. With further reference to Uohurolr Kryl, It will bo recalled that ho laid down the sculptor's chisel after complet ing tho statuo of General Low Wallacout.Crawfordsvllle, Ind., and mado music his llfo work thereafter at t".ur , gcstlon of Sousa and that ho immediately sprang Into great prominence. . i" f 1 W '