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af 930 a m Prayer meetini eYerrT t ay evening at 74Sock di f CHRISTIAN CHURCH t Rev WF Rogers astor Ser Vices first and fourth Sunday Sunday ehool 9 3Q am in Fraternal Order MAIGNIC 4ODGS11 jfleIdiOdg 0 SO Ae first and tkird Mouda s eckQntk tf WaMkarmR A Cfcar No 51 eyeryneco4 jae9iy- fi Sprimjcield CovncLoS2meetO ierjloitrtkkonday IXXThOf THK 3ribA tKS Meet r J i 1 I ftk ineachitO KodoJFor Indigestionur Guarantee COUJ4tA fsfIrttIdi it a 100 Vxtfo F0W1T 1V Mi ot rJ 7I4 7tIaio r MIltIaia lUe- rwM r r a y It fj l tYouEat keS wet co Ck1o It HEIIt WSS DRUG STORE 1 r r iiii17w T lJllI N LjE Djl 1 r r If11OBERVATIONS1 f 1t i M8M Why Worry i AII NIWhy obyboutthe weather When youknow that prettyeoon Therell be snow enough to inake you j Vishifor steamin days in u runeil Why worry bout the Veather When its best to let1t roll t wIndowsAbIII Why worry bout weather 111esad in Of its best TherV dewdrop on a daisy An a daisy on Loves breastl Atlanta Constitution 1C EViSThe Marion County J Beadef in an editorial on the election of a Circuit Judge for this district pays the follow ing tribute to Hon John W Lewis of this place Let usI consider well then who shall assume the hoodwink of the Goo ess of our liberties Think well into whose hands we intrust may exercise Fanaticism is Iblind1l otherwiseiarmless S1iltsion One who has more pride of rigbt that love for succeps of4 personal opinion iv1wonla rather record a judgment com manding tIe respect and en dorsement of jurist than to tickle the prejudices of fancied moralists selfconstituted or pander to the popular clamorof- he mob as Charles A Wickhffe called popula t elections of the jndJciary ia t esafestman forI the people to clothe with the habiliments justicej the safest man into whose hands they may keeping1WeWtLewis 6f prinVfield th manff the hour He has greatpride s a lawyer to be right What vermay be his weaknesses jnessesbestaudsdefiantlv i j the right no foe can fright himI nor friend persuade him from its straight though narrow i course Mr Lewis will make an ideal judge and Republicans i have not ceased ito congratulate themselves that he will at the proPer tinae as he has always oet answer their call to duty ty f 1CHO ijI L 1 V JudgeI ELECTION TheI election of S b9 l tees to be held under the new school lawas held on last Sat urdav and 48 trustees were elected Considerable interesi as manifested in the election and the vote llel attbe various v ting places swas large Like all new laws the school law Causes some confusion in its proper interpretion but on the whole it will doubtless prove satisfactory In another part of this issue we give a list of the newly elected trustees Tr IcoS 80forti g crop of the weed this year are wayJfpricesJbuyers in the field who are offering good prices for the laD crop and wish to make contracts ahead and to take tobacco as iit comes The prices offered ai e said to be above the figures off anyof the previous yearsI Growers however are t hold off and there is every indi P cation that they are acting wisely too for with such a small acre age planted and the season not yet assured tooacco prices should climb skyward Augusti time tells on the nerves But that spiritless no ambition feel1 intrcan be easily and quickly altered by taking what is known by druggists everywhere as pr hoop s estora beglnninftowill bepticed Of coursefull health rkvIll not immediately return The gain however will surely follow And best of all you will realize and feel your strength and ambition aa it Is returning Outside influences de tes first the nikeusually fall Strengthen these fail RestoraIj CrossDrug f Telephone I r The Lebanon Rom telephone company has hauled a number of telephone poles and distributed them alongrits right of way on several streets in Lebanon and Mr T M Estes states tba the work of erecting tbemr will begin just as soon as the foreign company vacates the streets Supplies of every description that will be needed to m ke the new telephone system a model one are being purchased and when the plant is completed the service will hot only be good jnt the profit on iit will stay nome as all the stock in the new cdmpany is owned in Leb anon and1 MariOn county Leb anon falcon There is more Catarrh inihis section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed 10 bd incurable For a groat many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by con sfantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proyen catarrh to be a constitutional diseare and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney CoTQledoj Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It Iis taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tcaspoonfuL It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars lrany case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address FJ CHENEY COTo ledo Ohio kFSold by Drnggists75c Take Halls Family Pills for Const pation I i Famous Steer Dead t The lamous M ssengaJ Rice steer ofl Missouri is deadl The contesting parties who live in Char lton county that State were law seven years trying to decide who this steer belong ed to Therg were nine jury and one trial before the Supreme Court Over S10OCp was spent in litigation Mr Rice was finally awarded the steer and the burden oftithe costs fell upon MrMassengale It amounted to about 7000 The steer was aboUt eleven yearsold and weighedi 2200 pounds when MijRicesitt was calved and where it had been kept from that timeEh Summer complaints and other seri ous ailments common iq hot weather can be traced to the stomach nine times out of ten Keep the stomach in good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy In the house all the time but specially during this month Take Kodol whenever ytfu feel that yon need it That is the only time you need to take Kodol Just when you need itj then you will not be troubled with sour sKbmach beaching gas on the stomach bloat ing dyspepsia and indigestion Sold by Red Cross Drug store ConfidenceReturning Even while the railroads are showjng such fearful losses in earnings there is discernible a strong noto ofi returning confidence iia business This was one of the factors in the steady advance of the stock market in- thelatterpartot3uly resulting in the highest prices seen since 3the panic ofs last October for many important securities The great steel industry is reported in oetteV shape with the tlnlted States Steel Corporation operating at froni 55 to60 per qent of iits capacity and prices of regainldfsomeof theirklossr But cpncrete evidence jn the way of higher prices for commodities returning prosperity is less in evi dance tban a general hopeful feeling that the Counry is in the process of righting itself fronjl the bad upset of lust fall and that steadier weather iis iitimedf iately ahead To this feeling the very satisfactory Crop conditions have largely contributed Cotton has jhad excellent weather through Jjiiy and willbeJn good shape to withstand any untoward weather that may come in August and September The large acreage ol corn is in very fair condition The Kansas wheat crop is being thres ed- rtio1d the spring wheat of the Da kbtas was rescued in the middle 1ofJuly by copious rains from the drought that was threaten lug it To the North the new wheat lands of Canada promise to give an excellet account of themselves in the harvest of 1908From The Progress of the World in tbe American Review of Reviews for tfgust t The little attacks of stomach tr0 jll sufficient time to strengthen the stomach abd give it a chauce to get tliebeffinLninlwill be avoided but if you alhW these little attacks to go ueheeded it will take Kodol a longer time to put your stomach in good condition again Get a bottle of Kodol oday Sold by Red Cross Drug Store r Four Negroes Llynched Kussellville Ky Aug lAsquietJy as if ithad been a funrai the lynching of four negroes was accomplished here this morning The negroes were Virgil ana John Jones J6hn BOyer and Joe Riley and they were in jail charged with having conspired to release Rufus Btwdefa negro wbo killed his employer here some time ago Browder was also sought by the mob but ne had been removed by Sheriff Khqa to the keepingThe the negroes out the Nashville Dike past the residence of the Mayor and hanged them on the old Proctor tree left a large placard bearing these words Warning You negroes will learn to let white alone and break up your lodges Why James Lee Got WclJ 1 Everybody in Zanesvijlel 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of raratiro t 8 She writes My husband James Lee firmly believes he owes his life tp the use of Dr Kings JNew Discpyery His lungs were so severly affected that consumption seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried it and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings NeTT Msisnreryi lithe King throat and lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no equaL The SOldlundersons drugstore 50candSlQO bottle free A New feature of the Fair The Washington County Fair promises to be the most interest ing ever given by the Associa tiQntQtie of the lleading f atures will be the piano exhibit Mr Q H Bohanon will have a nice Line of pianos and organs onJ display in Floral Hall and willt give at least one piano recital a day The piano that will be used in this recital can be played by anyone Be sure to take ad vantage Qf these recitals as thfe piano certainly is one of th j great wonders of the century All pianos and organs will b sold for a small payment R mainder in monthly payments ori as may best suit the purchaser C HBOHANNjON Springfield Kyrjj Representing the Montene Relhm Music Co i PRQPOSITIONtMADE r For the EsUUithing ofa LoeLeaf Tobacco4 Market l In response to a call from the president the atoclrholciera of the Washin tonfCountyTobacco WarehpTiaq Co inettThe Cou rt herein Saturday ternoonfor the purpose jf considering a proposition from Mr A P Gooding Jri of Lexington who desires to leaset the warehouse of the company for the purpose of a operating109se Judge L H Thurman was elected chairman of the meeting arid W D Claybrooke was chbsen secretary Mr Gooding whowas present then made his proposition which was to lease the warehouse pronerty fdr one year with the privilege of five at an annual rentallof SI500 a year and ten per cent of the net profits from the operations A motion was made and carried that Mr Gooding reduce his proposition to writing that the matter might be given further consideration Mr W C McOhord then addressed the meeting Sand gave some figures to show that the operations of the Warehouse Company in handling tobacco for one season had beeb quite profitable With a 10000 stick subscription the pompany has been able to build a fine plant which cosij in the neighborhood Of Ojpand has abalanca of 338 the treasury This money was made by the hand lingO the pooled tobacco of the 1906 crop and part of ttyat pooled of the 1907 crop Mr IcOhprd announced That some of tbe pro ceeds of the sale of the 1906 pooled tobacco crop would soon ber adv JOT distribution to the grow rs He ad visedTtEe stock holders o the Warehouse Com 89thattheir best interests The chairman appointed the following committee to receive Mr Goodings written proposk Lion ahdito call anotner meeting of the Stockholders at a later date The following Is the committee W C McChord W A Clements B B Leachman G T Mayes and Henry Hiltont It is said that there will alscK be another proposition from an other partylooking to tne leasing of the Warehouse lot Sore feet jI have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as we lasfor healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abrasions writes Mr W Stone of East P land Maine It is the proper thing thing too for piles Try Jt Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 25c Wj11iot Contest Wilt r The suit brought by Messrs George and Robert Graham and the children of Mrtw D WEd tnonds1 to set aside the wIn ot the late Mrs Nannie Berry on the grounds of incompet ncy has been withdrawn and nb contest will result A ettlement agreeable to all the heirs was affected during the past weekj Tn ertfis settle ent her nephews Messrs George Booert Graham to each of anj was bequeathed 1000 will f11 ceive between them 3625 while a like sum will be r cieived by the four children of Mr D W j Edmondsv They are Edgar Elizabeth George and Nannie B Edmoids will hey were left Underthe Mrs Berry ht of this city until about aydatago when she moved to CampbeHs yule to1 make her bom In l dIjudedapJporntedi r The will disposing of her props erty was made in October 1907 and has heretofore been publish dinr full in t be Ehterprisel The estate is said to be worth in the neighborhood 20000 Enterprise IILC Cured nay feveraid i Summer Ci- A S lluabaum Batesville Indiana writes Lat year I suffered for threat tresslIngj ness I had many of the symptoms of hay feyer and a doctors preScrip tion did not reachIny case and I took 1several rliwithrli don Robertson GantreU Will Get Nomination Stanley M Milward whoj Jastinightis of the opinion that Campbell Cantrill will secure the nomma tipn for Congress at the bands of the Democrats in District W P theSeventbI incumbent is a strong but Cantrill is supported to the man by the Burley Tobacco So= citV which it is said is almost the equivalent of being nomina tedIf aItionaI tftheirOf1SeI tow more than a good show to win out j The cnances of his election are growing better everyday an with nor n ttonby the I Democrats of CantriUfT his elec tion is almostasredHeraId- No i8iinnneone from kidney trouble sQ just remember that Fo leys Kidney Bemjedf will stop the irregularities and cure any caSe of kidney or bladder trouble that is nbt beyond reach of medicine Sol4by Haydon Robertson t Fair viewi fL ItS Mrs J W Says entertained at dinner Thursday Mrs Jas Truax Mrs MoJlie Williams and daughter Famy Mrs Mattie Bayne Mrs ijobn Arnold and Qmjfield fFhorselfrOmled SarahjuEds at the home of Mr John Kays Sunday f Mrs Kate Shewmaker and Mrs Mike Tr utznan visited Mrs J E Stevenson Wed1 iday HiwkinllCarneyTnesday Born to the wife of B R ffardesty Aagust lthl 3908 a giri Mr Ham Moore and daagh terN jc3r attended church at Pleasant GroVe Sunday Eiccllciit Health Aivrcc f 379Giflj worth of Eledtric Sitters as a gen ral family jeniedy iorf headache Bilious ness ani torpor of the liver and bowels is s6- f pronounced that I aw prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions Thdreis more health for the digestive organs in a InIany other remedy 1 know ofn Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robert sons drug store SOc v Delightful HousePjirty Misses Lonie Taylor of Camp bll3ville Katherine Taylor of Greensburg Louse Tnckerand- May Mayes of Springfield and Messresi Oabe Taylor of Greens burg Fred Buchanan Herbert Taylor Lenwood jDurham n3 Gayver Taylor of Campbelli ville were the interesting yon people who composed a mott delightful house party givisn by Miss Kathleen Kelly during the Chautauqua They had a tent on the Chautauqua grounds and this together with Miss Ktb leens happy knack of entertain ing makes it safe tQ say they hud the most glorious time of any merry bunch of youngsterawho visited this city during the past reIKatherine Taylor LonieII LeoIribriIWeak BOkwomen should read my plShoopasoothing healing t antiseptic suppoel tOries bring qui k and certain fewlp The book is free Addrespr SHop Racine Wi Red Cross Prug Store To The Public John G Klein for lerly witii Shultz Riedel is f doing all kinds of repalt wOrk roofing gutting stoves tin granite ware etc Leave order t the Boblitt Houe SUBSCRJPllOltr ii- j iff 6 Qf at Try at in of of in trj7 Mr 13Wwia 6I JtrThe uo ftoOO9ftt idt cj den de thor Mra A wJk B kU V win which occiaied m iLbttkrMk Jf3 this momitlK ato t elAYiV was a severs bpck to herfaily J and to this coauumitr hsF f bid been ia bMl biiatb Jor i e l time but deth wee UKWffc to be tOe imminent ai the mM new came at aa asexpscsd mot fferdth wife toe fe 1 lto a coflaplicatkHH of cti iaita At l the thnv ofl1wd a ira m tbiXjM y M of Z age Mrs Baldwin wss p pi imiil rof many beautiful trade bf ipSad jand chzrsctr1and KM hsdiai I the hvgbeet eftteeii by aide cir V J cl6of friends SkJiVM Jr by ihree daogbieri Medmss i j t J Ocrdwell Lefii fojK Ja iNewman and B P GrisyjTri Bardki6wn two scat Messt FGUy and Bsrb r 9l win iH town sid one biothtr 4r J ha Ri Bber1 rx SprUiffieJt TBe rain were btwagfci to hejltterksieece i Bardrtawm today at noon The fsnisiwiil f biield t8t JI qHtoiiorroy icorninf at nibsi i p OclockatHjh lUqwem Ik Ret G J QciO4lblSCU f the serviees H UM reiMaiwr 5 iIlI be WriedlRfitei HiV4s v cemetery B rdstowii 8MMdkx L u t Sk LltesIlNT c Mrs Ckag J htt OitFranklia Malae J ayK Il1ke illgs ahae Sie4 ThXuiNew LIft PiUs u er 1l r m dlchae because ty are jssdtheiIwork witbaMtaalifc V JMigc about ifc These psinsi pprtllfi i r sc dat Haydq k flpertsa driu r store 35c 4CVv i fJ BarI1MBrooi S iV V t Owipg to the act thatj Wei to make room foe new p reef 1tf t I vpurchase of brbfit swswi1lik r dfer fOJdwIfJoQ jay lierdeif Dnrocea few preiei aad krie4 l 1 fwit i4 Tliiiaehl wit1ae1j at tiiawrt es I 1 Theelaows are rtr i ere goof iadLTktiMik ai wUl W old cheap aDd ba eeajT tent istill hays a few jctkiyosntP t ooarj for ale t Jpd KILBY r f ROidil SpriasdKyeI i1Aij f ftt Jelt tfcc WNK MnfAi lvi 1i 1ti e ljJl1lrTeco d Buclckat Ar ka live aysJ w reJIki of Cbipel UZI tV N C Ia CiIIICK itste t iJ W1 salve te 1J1iKw 1sE It cafelopfl py tII4uN a k air jC t ri fails t heal every Nft r wotind towkkkltId 2Sci 4ciocssisBi- ds 15twill W reoelred bf m 17 tfor ooveriaf with riifoajiii 1Iir Vft j bridfe croM sbe Beech tfce 44 ij- f Mt Zlpa turajtke u f Mooretrilie aai Uys- Tb w 3 biidge is 25 twelve fpo raftoea Spytica ttboxaad Hitter acrtwttfcurm f 3SfV mU1M4rrMed0IaaPfl kmiiom to the uadjerwraed i iSJRMATI 1 R9ac1iJtlY iIitr y1J t gF3k3kTHE fORfft O SIXTH8 YEAR i 1 A 1 t I itj ii7 J tI OF THEI I WASHINGTON1 COUNTY fAIRPro- mises I r t 1 to eclipse all other years as the good people of Washington county 1d neighboring iji ties will tUrn out and have a neighborly reuniona kind of home coming week Wednesdayd d Tlfsdayd Frlftyapd SSatuthay1td lWl J F r1 jj1 Sifc lJUUJTnT T T 1 13 14 and 15 1f108 IJ fi 1fqI i f Four day of enjoyment and entertainment LADlES FREE the First Dy SCHQOL CHILDREN Free the Second Day Liberal l premiumswhich will attract om of the besttb1 of hors Inthe Zk country The managnieitnihas spared npaihsto make this Fair CQmpletai attractivs DorJt Miss rasingle Day this year Catalogues on app1lcal to the Secretary wVt lW S1 GIBBS President THEO C jGAMPKELL Secretary 1 t 11 II t W aJjji j y I I f w r if Jill NWMLEADrR YVdjriJ i j L1A9ISON Jr t i bd ro DAY AUGUST 8 18 1 T THW ar awthmised tojannownce f J1tNN JJ1 1Jwwcadidate rektIoi to CoftgteMfrOtl this the FMrt CoBffreasiooal J istrlctt to the action of themaumcrsttcParty x TOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A C Xtu U a caudidate forthej nomi itiM 1OI8Mrll bf WashingtonJ 3 coy jttbjcct tattle action of the Dr ct ticpafty EteputiesiRichard Witr 8ll1i Dmpbel1 Will Mtnrttt deb and Hubert Virgin e SiY IfMhiiytoa county subject to the +t ctkm oCt Democratic partyr Xfefiiitft JR d1eJDaBt Sam Hale GPoweUdByxoCroakeUj i j rOritVIwiiYi r j 4L i t JI BiYTittwrODtnielwhohaf i YkutiB bis relatives in Dibborhodd and the DothHiiHicmn fathers at St Rose has rnidlpthelofiamican college fcWMbiBgkB DIC Bay JPallier JlWny formerly prior at St BOM convent was oe aYiaH here Iatth We paid tvflying visit a Sew 0 day since to i4e vacihity of t Wqpillawn and were delighted to pe such finecoru all along the- myapdsoinuchhayw and tbf jfawttqaality we eyer saw We saw 0Bly one tobacco patch and ditWa4tiRe Jfr and Mrs All Smith had the aorrowful misfortune to lose their oldest child last week tbIfptir suiBMtrs Mrs Wasb Cicil we learn is I I quite lickt this writing ththeCmunityj the firstling is callfied tie Shepherds Run line the one now ic construction will be called the Forest View line If there aril i any more rimes biillrthe telepbppe posts will be exbaiaske4 an this neighborhood Mrs RseyaleYls having a stock barn bnpt on ber premises We ltrn that Mr Kaner has I sold his farm to Jim Weathers of color to the discomfort ol aYeral whites We alSo llearfa that MrTiQe Uicil has bought the Kilrow farm near StGath erlUM- v givenCatPr dricksbjrg next Saturday for the htehefit of the catholic church of that place a great l many of this community expecs toattend Let otber follow nit vlR Ward of Dyersbur Ttnm writes Tifl to certify that Ihave ied prino Lratlve Fruit Syrup foal ichroklc const ttotland it has jiroVen WiUllJi1ta doabt to be a t thvpuf practical remedy for this r trojjilej am it is with pleasure I offer jay coaicientious reference Sold ay stbe Red Crow Dvag StOre i MOORIS71LLE Mrs Fanny e Huston uqd children of Chaplin and Mrsk Jataes McCaoni and little daughter of Louisville visited MrT D Sweeney and family laitw F 1i Mrs Gep Grigsby has re torned from Hardiu county after I mouths visit to her daughter Mrs Will BobUVt Mr Charlie Shehan and MilS i fMa gi Smith Spent Saturday in iJardstowjtthe guest of Mr Ed Boblit and familyIIl Mrs Harry Derringer is ill of diphtheria 4 4 t Mrs Mary Eddleman and children of Maple Rill and Miss Pdiry Lyddane spent sSaturday with thei sister MrsWEddlau t Born to the wife qt Mr Ben Hardesty August 119083 girl MLaS DeLe Weekly of Green Brier Visited her parents Satur day a d StiJdayIRev SaIlings pf Smiths i Grove aadMr John Cheatbam r of Chaplin spent Monday with Mr T D Sweeney and family Rev Stalling was en route ro Chjiplin Pork iEo begin a jy ikractect meeting N Mrs W 0 Ellisof Wpodlmwn TMite4i her daughter Mrs Tea RsrdiaIw4yslatwee k Mr Dan Hirdin has moved from Mr Theo Mimnai farm to MadMr mova1roraBodi t jfarjD Mrs Maggie Sweeney and J ielui hNn of Woodlawn visited ifer K D Sweeney Saturday FWhw the Stwaach Heart or Kid 11ICYt jet weak then these iS alMlay8 fa Dont rug the tachr stimulate the Heartox I MtejflptvThat it simply a ake shift t eta r1ttoaicno1m to Drugglcts trywbert nliIooo Bestora- preparedAe ii tMsewjeak ilnil4e rveai- I A tfa MernbwUd them ro hOocX oratJve t or HquWand ee how quIcky i beIp will e Sold br RedQrosJtkig StoP F Tobacco in Texas tsPeCIal news it4frothiPcl rDe Texas under the date of li 11th say s v ttnsdountYbe good Many people are at work at the John B Hearne to baa cco farm and the TJIr Smith xm near this city Mayor earne says it will take abjut 15Xpeople to s rinEr his tobacco nthiscouent experts to be the qual of y raised inthe United Statesjoan d the number ot acres this inIIIfa1rtoc isIconnection the Adver tiser wants to call attention to th eftqt that hereare thousands DQfl thousands of acres ofthe finest or cobacco lands along Bed ver in Qraysbn county that can noV behad at very low figures Only last weekii gentleman from Kentucky Was ber S lookingover ese lands and expressed him self as being very much pleased wihI theui He stated that he expected to return here this year arid bring withy him his ree sons and jtbat they would eiDgagefn the tobacco growing business Mr XX E Craycroft mayor of Shrmansa slbat a few years ago he was in New York and had a talk with the editor ot the Tobacco Lcof a paper devoted to the tobacco interest of the country Mr cirav oft says- atthe editor of this paper told him that the government had sent experts into tbIS Red river belt for the purpose of examin j g these soils and that these e xerts reported some of the nest tobacco lands here to be found iin the whole country A Millionaires B bYIJ attended by the highest Priced baby specialist could not be Cured of stontI ach or bovvel trouble any quicker than your baby if youTgiverit McGes Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentary and all derangements of the stomach or bowels Price 25 cents and 60 cents Sold by Red Orpsa Drug Store THE HORSE SHpiV T KENTUCKY STATE FAIR With the larges i7ftS etrer ottered for horses at a Kenucky FaIr the grettest exhibit otegulne flesh ln tho- histOry of CQnftdenUyexhibitors and spectators will have the horseshow teeIngaII1yweathereiice 9f a weathersoaked show ripg Turnstiles t6 Be Used at the Kentucky State Fair Secretary Jf y Newman of the Cen tucky State Fair has provided the t9beFair Neither therJnny nor th+ fit man will have any trouble in passing through them They are equIpped anrmlnutejUstpassed throughI For catalogue entry banks or other iinfprmatiorif write J W Newman SVQ retary 320 Paul Jc= s Building J ouis vlUeXy Sign of Precocity First Magazine EdltorM believe my youngster is cut out for an editor iEveryfhlngruns and throws Into the wastebas keL TInniirotts Magazine How to Avojd ApDeridlcits Most victims of appendicitisi ire these who are habitually constipated Foleys Orlnd Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bow llf Fojeya Orino laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Sold by Hiydon Robertson unablej tpget ypur Daler IKENIEKYS BIGGEST SIIowl SE1415i61iSI949OS1sSE r ACBS25OOOWEBER BAND 20 Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products r to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATESJ Fer formatiom entry bIUS or catalj ll1IsoeHj Je W EWMAN Secretary Looiville Ky Trustees Elected Below we publish a list of the school trustees elected at the electiiDn held pfi last Saturday The list is complete with two or three exceptions which have not yet been reported In the Wil lisburg district the election re suited ia a tie vote each candi date receiving 41 yotes Tbe candidates were T J Miller and J W Walls The matter will fie left to the educational board to settle ard probabiy some out side man will be selected as it Is uodefstood that it Will be agree able teach qf the late candi dates In thej Pulin c1Jtrictno election tas iheld at apthe officers failing to open tile polls although proidad with the bal- lotsl In the district at Simms there is to ty a contest Mr Frank Yankey has filed a con test against the election of J W lteIBrowp on the grounds ttthali r idertpf Mat ion county were illegally permitted to vote The olowjng is the lisi of trustees Educational Division No 1 Subdistrict Nol Sam R NaUy No2 Tom MntgmeryN 3 Tm Newt3n NOJ 3 Hill No ft 4 R Williams No 6 W H Smith No 7 J Rich Smith No 8 J A Medley Educational Ilvisipn No 2 Subdislript No I3William Brbwn No 2 Jf B Wiilfaws No3 Mausfield C wNo 4 T J Settles No5 anfor3 Har din NojtG W B Barlow No7- IJ L MartinNq 8 A B Walker Educational Divistn No 3 Subdistrict Nol tie vote No 2G W jdardin Nci 3 no elecj tipn heldj No 4 A K Lewis No5 E P Dedm4n NO9 N W Deacon No 7 Jtohn jHnkins No 8 W J PowlGri No9 CliftottMupcy Educational Division No 4 Sub jslrict No lyt H Lay No 2 Not reported No 3 W s Ross No 4 Not reported No 5 Joe Burkhead No6 Murray Gordon No G W Robinson Educational Division No 5 Subdistrict No 1S W Aincld No 2 Not reported No3 Ji R DavisNo4 Leroy Reed No o fT T Prather NtNot repor ted No7 J N Isham No8 Not reporfed No 9 Npt reported EductionaP Division No 6 SubdistrictNo I S C McGill No2 W T Philips No 3 Sam i Macs No 4 J lD Ynkty No 5B L Miiburn No6 J R DurhamNo contested Seryed as coffee the newcoffee subj stitute known jrbcers everiwliere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee wilt trick even a coffee expert Not a grain of real coffee init either malt nuts etci have been so Cleverlyl blendedlas tp give a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and llavoV And it 4si wade In a minute too No tedious 2p to 30 minutes boing AfcElroy I Shader is LiLsJ I pleasureISoftDrink IchemicalIt tHeweakfft W OConnor M D Hfrord M D I l Jas It Gray M ii SoL Tabb1M D DJnoc Moblev epinD O IH FP Strlckler M D Chairman Board Of Health 11f cATTRArrn SIDBStlOWs Pqr- heathfuPtOastedcgrains I IQ mtpur i lace Dont drink 7 ft IIcall other l lI We f wholesale and i TY 1 tALLI3N1L p I p CONVENCnONS AND EXCURSIONS A hew special committee has been created this year bjr the State Fair management known as the CommIttee on Excursions and Conventions with Mr Smith T Bailey as chairman Al ready a number of annual meetings for state organizations have b enle cured including the Kentucky Beef Cattle Association the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club the Swine Breeders Afsociatfon the State Berkshire Associa tion the State Horticultural Society theGood Roads Association bnd vari ous others ofa kindred nature A suitable convention shall will be provided underneath the grandstand with every accommodation and convenience possible for the visiting or- ganizatIons Chairman Bailey hopes to have many other meetings listed before the opening day and is arrang ing to have a large number of xcur sion trains from all sections of the state In other words it Is his inten tion to make it a convention week and the bannerweek in the history of the Falls City for the largest number of butoftown visitors THE NEW STATE FAIRGROUNDS The new Kentucky State Fair grounds where the 1908 annual exhibi tion will be held Is easily neof the most modernly arranged and best equipped in the coudtry From an aes thetic point of view the graceful lines of the buildings harmonize wIth thisurrgunding topography Tile car IJnes will extend into the grounds so that one may step directly from the car to the entrance of the Fair AD Imposing arch vrjiy will extend over the maui driveway at the entrance The driveway 1C1 feet In width lends di rectly to the Livestock JavJHpn Grabs plots with rows of trees will subdivide this drivewr y and lines of hedges WIiborder It on the sides In front cf the Livestock Pavilion will be an attrac live fountain located in the ceater of large flower bed design The racetrack and grandstand are located In the eastern part of the grounds some 600 feet from the pavil- Ion The surface of the track has been finished with exceptionally fine clay The stables and cooling shed for horses are located Just south of the track The architecture of all the buildings will be along the lines of the Spanish Mission style with white sides and red tile roofs This class and style of architecture will harmon- Ize with the undulating grounds and graceful driveways which are borderedl Y1t hedges and plants and fIve it n most pleasing appearance 100000 LIVESTOCK PAVILION It is with much pride that the Stat e Fair management will open to the public In September what It has every reason to believe is the finest livestock pavilion in the world While some what similar to other great State Fair pavilion It is quite different from any of themr and combines the good points of an of them It will be 212 feet wide and 400 feet long with an interior arena measuring 116 by 300 feet There will be an entrance to the arena at either end having direct conn c tion with tho horse and cattle barns A fifteenfoot promenade will extend entirely around the outside of the are na The main entrances are arranged in four large towers one at each corner of the building to glre an abun dance of space for entrance and exitt The construction Is of the most per manent character being largely con crete and steel All horses and cattle will be exhibited in this building a great improvement over the hot dusty InconvenIentutuffYtentsused WEBERS BAND TVobprs Prize Band of America one of the finest concert organizations in the West will furnish the music for the State Fair Each of Webers pro grams will be three hours long and be made up entirely of popular music A number of soloists will be heard Mr Weber has felt the public pulse long enoUgh to know about what Is wanted add to this a band that is unsurpassed andIl t couldi InImtvf jruat uo yvu itttaB jor tnis coffee dearsHubby Well er what sort of pre mlum did they give away with It Kansas City Times v Light and Airy RegQlS ppAh I am wappcd In my own deal thoughts lMissTabascoGracidusReggynren t you afraid you will catch csgo News coldChlrr LANES PILLS lheridetafItswiafixyoLip HELP THE LIVERd- o iU work aid cue jM =tosgu and all Urer tiMkto 25 Dms Cut Only 25 CaMs MWc4MLINwstLwisMSal fcaydon 8c Robertson 4 WIEiCream Vermifuga TIE URIITEEI WORM REMEDY l THE CHUMEirt FAVORITE TONIC r imtATIBHS THE tMWHK ppi5PAC ekLY B- YBallardSnow Liniment Co- ST Loute MO RED CROS DRUG STORE KENTUCKYSTATE FAIR RAQE3 Horse racing always an attraction kt a State Fair and more especially at an exhibition held under Southern skies will be featured more than at any previous State Fair The new halfmile track now in process of con truction when completed Will be one of the fastest halfrulle courses in the country aad there is every indication for a firstclass harness race meeting this fall Four stake five purse anti three gentlemens road oraccs have been announced in addition to th se there Will be two running races edch day so the Kentuckian who thinks fhalhls days visit at a fair is Incom piateVsrithout seehig a firstclass horse race will not be disappointed at this years State Fair Among the early closing events are the Kentucky Brewers Association stake for 220 trot ten theLouisville Retail Merchants Ssoclationatake for 230 rotters and the Louisville Commercial Club stake for 218 pacers Stake entries closed July 14th purse entries close Sept 7th ancfehtrles for the np races at 12 oclock the day before the race The stake races will be contested on the three in five heat plan with a fiveheatf limit and the purse races qn the two in three heat plan It is the ultimate Intention of the State Fair m n geD1etobulld a full courseHencircling the present halfmile which if the hop sot those in charge of the racing program are realized Will compare favorably with the best State Fair mile tracks In the country and LouisvIlle will doubtless become one pf the most popular training grounds in the countryr SPECJAL NIGHTS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR J V Beckman manager of the fl- ailt Merchants Association of Louisville Is general chairman of the Spe cial Nights Committee and has been busily engaged for several weeks In arranging the most attractive night programs possible utddrens Night Prof E H Mark super- Intendenti of thex Louisville public schools js chalrman of the commlttqe Ani charge for thatnlghtbTuesdtiy will be GermanAmerican Night with Mr Louis Seelbach in charge Wednesday Labor Night John Young presjflent of the Fed rn tion of Labor chairman Thnraday Military Night Col W i Haldeman commander the First Kentncky reg- Imenti chairman Friday IrishArneri can Night Thomas McCabe chairs man Saturday Farewell Night W A Robinson chairman The show rings pn Saturday will betespecially Inter sthig on account of the various horse championships beIng awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS AT THE STATE FAIR An unusually large exhibit of farm Implementsi and machinery Is In prospect Owing to the incompleteness of the State Fair the exhibitors of this department do not share the same at vantages afforded them by some of thfe Older institutions in the way of large machinery halls but every other fa cility and accommodation will be at their disposal Commodious space will be assigned to this department and already a large numfrer of appli cations are on file Including manufac tUrCr3 of Engines pumps stock scales fencing roms road machines vehl cles harvesting machines haying mi chins planters plows and every utenjsll used by the farmer The farm er ujho desires to bo Instructed In the use pf better methods and better machinery wlt have a great objecj lesson hefob hlmrat this Fair COLLIE DOGSAT THE STATE FAIR The collie dog exhibit at the Ken tucky State Fair promises tobe a greaterrjattractlon than ever before A new departure one entirely original and the first ever hold IqlhJs section will be a sheep trial given by aflt ex pert which will show the usefulness of the collie to the farmer A crodlta blp show of this nature will appeal tQ every Collie fancier as four points are to be rained by owners toward championship medal by American Kennel Club It Is expected that this years show will bring out 150 collies injlud TheIEastern dogs Any farmer ln the state desiring to train up his dogs along this line and can compete will be elIgible STUDENTS JUDGING CONTEST Following a plan devlscd by the bld or state faIr Instffutlonp ot the coun1 try and one that has proved eminently i successful at all tho great Western stcplirthenICommissioner Rankin has offered 1001 i AIrlcUlJuversity for the young man under twen tyone years of age doing the best work in livestock Judging at the Kentucky State Fair of 1908 contestant to be required to file a written opinion with the reasons therefor on tattle swine and sheep exhibits horsesIjrectums of selection will points and reasons substantiating the same 45 points T nageolmentprogram which alone Is worth the price of admisnlon i For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J W ijwmn See rotary 320 PaulJ ones Building Loulu vlllo Ky- Within the memory or mun ail the nuncios accnfll ed to Catholic curta have been obliged to sncrlQdeVtUelr beards and mustaches Those nccrdd r Ited to Infldel countries pn the other i hand van allow their facial hah io do velop at leisure This Is why MI the new nuSllo uf Brusscs who rtJcclI magnificently beac1rd at otibiuAI11p- ia wilt bc smooMr t d att noKltJ I fj jlhe tateUoietsitP r s r 4V XINGTIiN KYCJI h u I The State j UmversltvLxlDgtoD Kentucky offers the following coiirss 1namely Aicultural Mechanical Engineering CIvil Engineering Electrical Engjneering Mining Engineering Classical and seven Scientific eachcourses wiaicltextends oxover four yers and leads t9 a Bachelors degree alo I a tepaztrneiitoLaY and a Department of Education which last hasbeen tablislied inctMtd ofthe AworkNormal School Persons who i 4pletedInQuc 1n is r t unedJ IfConnty appointees receive free tuition privilege of 41 1itorieaft 11- J modern MIlItary SCIence is fully proVIded for as requIred equipped by Congr1 comprehisiYe and The giaduates in the several 1courses of study readily find ei1oynea with fliberal renurneration The total number of matriculates for last 4078year was assistants Each depArtment has a specialist as its head with the necessary number of 1Young women find an excellent borne with board and looKing in PattersonIlalIwhich is well with all I baIlI1 i cation buildingsI afford ample and commodious quarters for these departjntats I which are rapidly increasing in the number of matriculates For catalogues methods of obtaining appointments iinformation efarduic I OfUdY and terms of admission apply to f J Icourses JAMES K PATTERSON Ph Dy L L EX President or to DXC FRAZEE Business Agent V v I iiFallI Teem Begins Sept 10 1908I fitiTh ii STATE FAJR PROGRAM I Speclsl Prizes Superintendents of Dcosrtricis Toe ryhmds IiC sum isuppleraen ted by speciall KentuckyI ing to 5000 will ba offered rns at the artnuai State Fair tpbe hWd on its new grounds and in Its neW home thetweelc off Sept ii to lA iuIvc In nearly every department tlie prize money has een materially Incdaedt over past years and as a consequence the most attractive and llbcral classification ever presented bra fair south of the Ohio river is offered to prospectIve Exhibitors In the horse department the prizes are JO per cent greater and iIn the mule and jack departments 25 per cent In excess of last years list and still a more liberal increase in the poultry and womaas departments Among the j special prizes listed are wo handsome trophfes presented by the Louisville Automobile Clubs one for the best American carriage animal to tie judged bythe standard of class ificationi provided by the United States Department of Agriculture governing the exhibit of carriage horses at the various State Fairs and Expositions of the country and one for the best pair of inules owned by a Kentucky exhibitor The latter iIn addition to ItsI value and attractiveness Is something in the way of a novelty In that it Is offered by an automobile Organization for an antmal who the wql d knowsto be Its strongest competitor IP trade Other specials are the Highland Home Cup valued at 100 offered by Gay Ores of Ptegah Ky for the best and finest sadidlebred foal of 1908 the Montgomery Chief Special offered by Ball Br6s Versailles Kyr for the fin ge1cinglmyhy offered bf the American SaddlI thrlbpstover three years Qt age and tobeshown In hand a cup by Pqwbatan Stock Farm for the finest stallion Smyserliroschanipionshlpi and a trophy by John M Sharp of Louisville for the light 1IcChonIBloomflwld Ky for senior herd of jack stock and Amsijlcan Jack Breeders Association Special for JJunior herd of jack stock the lilmp Aupi of dO- nated by the American Shorthorn Cattle Breeders Association for prizes for Shorthorn cattle and i like amount Uy the American Hereford Association for prizes for theIlereford breed 125 offered by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com any for special prizes fortobaccor and asrand silver loving cup presented by the American Berk salre1 Swine ASB cation for the best Youn here ot ntlRhlte exhibited by 10 Kentqcky breodfiriLandTiumisf ftIa- lqHthesioner of Agriculture lto Kentuesrjr orvrfder of livestock annot bring his steckl before the pub Uc t teno itcH r than by taitlnjj aIi reiujnV the entckStz Falll Fr cataloguet entry blanks or otbe Infonrintlor write J W Newman Seb 4yule FOLEY S l HONEYANPTARTue LAXATIVE cough remetfy lungtroublesGood for everybody Sold every ercfTh genuine rFOLEYSiYellowpackage Refttsestibstitut- eiPrisad only by Foley A Company ChloapJ J So d by Haydon r Ti 0 1IR SHULTZ J W I SI4ULTZ RIEDEJJf Cl Plurnriners Tinners and Dealers I 1 Hardware Stoves and Finware verybotbrau4 Toos I Newis togetII Gardenr I IIh- akes Spa have klpw mket Jbave just received a of IlIlWI t 1 geIPclH 9 IiI l J iiIt j I Garden Hoe Lwowr- I T F II Reteratorsi WaterCoos ii 1 erWe make a speciality df PJnmbin Roofing Contracts 1 f r Hertteins r fJ J J You dart get lee CreamSoda lor Sundaes ever r aytt Fii shkand 5 Cakes and Candies iii Meals and Lunches I 1 Drinks a anr titriej1 AllI kinds Soft t IS rS V S iJlL FOR tONDY NOVELTT1 j andseerourJintr t J it KATIE ilElHaJBr u IaI1 Lcicn- The i flupst 6f numleufe aclda Is mnde by putttasrt tcappoonful of lemoti juice In a ciptil of rirm This rp moves most stains front the fingers and ialls end loosens the cuticle more satr isfnctorlly than can be done by tie ue ofa sharp instrument Makes Windows ShIn Intoqnehf pint bottle put two tar blespoons of and Hlthfr bottle with ammonia Sb ke Tale a soft cotton doth and tub oa yinilovrs Let stand live minutes then polish with n flannel cloth and the windoW- nut Irr ItchingrJSkin Diseases Are readily cur bfZei f A lq id for extcrn l UK Zcmp iIelief ridpcrinaWfltlY CWUM- foff Itchin11SkiwocSc1P- Druggists AJI Write far Munpfc rRotc MedCo St LoU Woo bold by Ha dOt Rbbertop We handle tm pf nd bare 11 vri9ty time tb fs Hoes eJ I r jjtWe the bdst gardn oil l LTl new sajjply ad Tin At 1I i most of r4 Come HER water itlaH wNt the i rp JialaJltIelf LiHlNr =tOft Ie he biN taWetealW Dr MoopI eoem blood eizcaectlscharmm UlonckJ1el7IIIIIIIN1r irk WII r tj BlISMae Alre SiC t Jleadchbaet J RED CROSS DRUG STORE w- Ir wTiiir w 1 T T 7W DR ft6 1 BURTON IDNT DEF4TIT EEtH EXNACT wiTHouT PAIN i t a5Has Oteic pMiJru PRflGF1LD XJ A li Denud Work Strict r irat r DIl J C AiUbE- iu y iv adSargelc Ocsbkurs8to9stn H 1162 ptn il3 Olleei ver Ha donV Drugstore fltjonwffJ tIiOperI st O4tlctPkP Lp hICC N 8 f ifiv t W FJGRlGS 4oNI EY AT LAW ce EIftIt8 pleJIJ1k IPEIWF1ZLD KY t I pht MW7HYATT ntJM SPAULDING OMc over Red Cross JJrur Stoe Oce honrs Hyatt inQfi jmffifo 12 m4 to 5 pm SpuldTig 20 4 pth and all ia1t WINY MAYESA- L ulKtCTOR JiiIlllESEIEHBJilMEll TELEPHONE bAYl19 NIQHT 74 j SKIfflBFIElD U v tifiE Shelby1 Breeder dj Djiroc Jersey Dogs A Few Chtkc TWfflj Boars J R FD I1 Springfield Ky t Go4iI Place To Stop We invite pur Washington and Non county triendswhen in Louisville and looking for a plsjice to stop to call son us W9 x aiseVera1 JiJiCell F uisbed Rooms which we willfletI for lodgers fr a Short or lon stay treason blerates li catedonthe Northwest cor ncr of Seventh and Market Sts Irvine Wimsatt John Edelen ipemrWashington Cv Urv 1 SpringRdd Choice S Manufactured by JVJaihoe erCo grWe pay hign st market price for grain If you want the Best FLOUR T ask your grocer for ssm DONT NEGLECT YOUR KIDNEYS When ttwr l Bii or you beck ache trubl is tk twi d It 701ldo MtTW d to tbete Taka LiRts KiiMy And I BMkacht UtiKciiit 4It je bh pIott a reJBCTe tM mourn of tocrnbl OomUima aleeaoL IMtW CMM E LANCkOO U kM for Sale n SfrfaUld b- yHaydon 8c Robertson u c RKNGFiR UnIOnLOCk Poultq Fuvgs- J IIIII8iI ai eoeoo I IcIcTOWNLocal HaiftMfanfrfraaa Hft WWH Happening of Interest f Freshest and Latest i I AIIAutyours1f Friends I and Acquaintances L TlIFi9lrf iIIIIIIII UI ISj Pout forget the new Produce House on Maui street n Wantedt to buy A good Jer sey Milk Cow TDTapp FOR SJLLE A sow and 6 pigs Rob Parrott Springfield Ky 7 I have forsale 9000 bnndleSof b ts JE Wheatey r f Spring Geld Ky IWaKe Jdur country produce to the neproduce house of C W Horn an Go pi Main street and get highest prices- Passengers for the early morn iing rain should bear in mind that they may get an1 early breakfast at the Walton Hotel LOSTA white zephyr shawl between HV M ONans residence tTtqWn1 Finder leave at this officeatd receive reward When you want a nIce picture frame call at Leachman Camp bells 4nd select the molding and leave your order The new Produce Hcjuseecn Main street is the place to take your chickens and eggsjif yonI want the highest market prices Leachman Campbell the furniture men are now well equipped to make picture frames All fiizes and styles FOR SALE OR REN1LMy- bQs on Grundy Ave 9 rooms and bath metal roof lot about 60x 420 P G MbElroy The part who took a blue serge coat frqm the Walto it Hotel and with Knights of Columbus card injhe pocket will please return same to George IKobert son Next Wednesday will be the opening day of the Wa ington county fajr Ladies win bead mitted free the first day land an attractive exhibit of goods of ladies manufacture has been arranged j Prof George Covin hasjgone to Winchester where he has been engaged to pitjcB for ths base ball club Will Robertson another Springfield QOY engage- dt pitch by that cluis doing good workfor the teamX- DiSGeorgaLawrence the local vetenary performed i a successful surgical operation on valuable horse belonging to Mr William Purdom by removing tumerous wart Dr Lawrence has also saved the lives of several milk cows recently which wera down with milk fever which trouble isI so often fatdlI to cows fThe Fourth Quarterly meting for thq conference year for Springfield charge willbe held at Pleasant Run Methbdisl church the Second Saturday and Sunday in August Rev A P Lyon Pesiding Elder will be present and hold the usual exer QuartedymeetinfThe h at the MeThodist qhurch Spring fidd the second night Judge B L LVtsey has aF bis disposal two tree scholarships to ttbe State College to the department of Civil Highway Engi neering This is a good opportunity for young men to learn a profession which wIll equip him to earn a goodlvveUhbod Judge Litsey will gladly give anyinf or nation to applicants r The Washington County in ar r r rt We Correct 4 A1Eye Defects jj LthatMay i 1 CusfHeadackes C Below are afew of the v Headaches that come from defective vision Your v lifshould have then examined t t ITS rrkEiE Sick Headache y Sewing Headache tBright Light deadache c Frontofthe Head Headache 1 TOpclltheHead Headache Evening Headache Morning Headache I Reading Headache C Any jKind of Headache C CATHERINE RUSSELL Z l Springfield Kv n rtIi U IIl- LcLeLfa88A tUlilSAAft stitute for white teachers will be l1eldhreo the week f August I9th Prof 14T C Nce of State College Lexington has been engaged to conduct the in stitjjite The colored teachers institute will be held next week or begining August 10th Prof Williams of Louisville will be the instructor Mr Lenard Baker while showing his tine horse Moko Pearl at tde Laiicaster fair had the misfortune to have the horse suffer an acciaent that will prob ably disfigare it for life While driving in the1 ring the horse was thrown back on its haunches in such a manner as to break its tail The injury isa very un fojtunate one Mr Baker had been quite successful with hi horse in the show rJng having captured several premiums with him 2 Mr Lagora Janes the well known young farmer whp lives a short distance below Springfield met wjtb quite aserbus accident on last Monday While riding along the road sitting sideways on his horse the animal became startled at a newspaper in the road and gave a sudden jump throwing Mr Janes with great violence to the ground He truck onbsbackand was unconscious when picked up later byMr Derringer Hfeis better now and the doctor says no bones are broken but the shock was a severe one t A SmzUI Fire An alarm of fire waR sounded shortly affer midnight on last Thurs lay night caused by a- blae iip the kitchen of the house Lhe fire hose was soon brought nto play and what threatened tI o Jbe a dangerous conflagration was checked The kitchen in he r atof the dwelling was al nost completely destroyedbut hanks to the good work of there fighters thd flames were stopped at hat point The pri gin ofthe fire is unknown Mrs 3uckman suffered the loss of some of her kichen furniture The house is the property of Mn T W Simms Another Party There is another party making a bid orfstat lishbg a loose leaf tobacdo warehouse for Ipringfiqld Messrs C P Rogers C W Bohmer and J H Williams of Lexington were here yesterday and looked over the field They visited the plant of the Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co and were pleased wijth the plant as well as4 with Springfield as a location I I It3 CQ c JCI 0I I t I TOPICS cuIpied I iiiI Teeth ex tracted withC out PAIN or DANGERNo when plates are wanted I Abb WORK 3 Done in this office is firstclass c in every respect and just as ad 1 iivertlsed I STAILLARD Ik lY DDS i Springfield Ky I MM Just what pi pposition these gentle pan have to make we have not heard up to the timecf going to press It looks very much as if Springfield is to have a loose leaf warehouse There are several differert parties figuring on the proposition and the tobacco growers may almost certainly count on a good home market fortheirczop For 12- Special lefor fair week For only 12 you may buy a andtwehrrrecords Ed M Russells Latest Arrivals Mi and Mrs Joseph S Clay brooke are receiving congratula tions upon the arrival of a daughter last Saturday James B nta Hay isthe name of a yoking man that arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs James N Hayes ot Maple Hill the 29th ultirpoii Death of Mrs Simms Mrs Margaret Montgomery Simms wife of Mr Tbbmas Wj Simms dieacat ner home in Springfield on las Tuesday morning of infirmities incident to old age And thus camtO a close a long life well spent in devotion to her God her family and her friends Mrs Simms was born in this county at the old Montgomery homestead now occupied by one of her grand sons Mr Frank Simms three miles out on the Mackyille turn pike in February 1828i and was consequently in the eightyfirst year of her age at the time of tier death She was a daughter of the late Benedict arid Biana Montgomery and vas the last but one df a large family of sons acd daughters Her only sur viving slat r Si tejr Mary Aquin of the Order of Dominican Sisters and iii stationed at Sacred Heart Acad my Springfield Ill On the to rth day of Noyemf ber in the y ar 1851 She was marrIed to Mr rhQ asvi Sircms and the surviving sons ana daughters of that union are Mrs George E Medley Mrs Ben F Spaiiing and Mrs Chas J Haydon and Mr Ben F Simms Two consThos W Jr and John A Simms having died in decent years leaving families Mrs Simms is survived by 44 living grandchildren1 and 14 great grandchildren Hers was a life of unselfish devotion to TRY LADIES CLUB TEA ITS THE BEST Itss Smackin GGood AND SO GHE4P tIt everybbdylcan have all they want What is IT Why itsf 4 Red Band Brand Caid The kind tHat we sellat j r 10e Per Pound i iINext week is the Fair We have anticipated our wants for this occasion and have just received over 8O9LBS poundWhenyoua pound or two so vdu will know in futures where to get the best candy ior the test money ATURDAYS Cash Specials 3 cakes German Sweet Chocolate j i u 10 1 cake25c Bakers Chocolate r20Il30- rJbottleVaDllla tr for1 V 25 JPPowder f v 45 ar only 1 w thro customer 1 00 6 bar a Big Deal or Red Wrapper Soaps 25 7 oars Le1f x Soap J 25 MCELROY SHADER l 1S39 3Hi SilI 731 amD S31QV1 A8JL c JJ I I II or0 om r0t rTiI I I l smalSPRJNGILD icy A Ham Robertson Manager Dont stay at home and cook during thjs hot I weather Come and eat with us I Jrates J f serve au Extra Dinner fIfIwe nd Dont Supperon miss f them Snnd ysi Anwater served in our 1 dining room is Tatham Wa tsr This is a great treat IR When in town make your 1 headquarters Walton at The anhilanjshe was never happier than when doingspme good deed or kind act 6f love and charity for friends and relatives She was a devoted patbojic andwas a member of St Dominis church from which place the funeral services were conducted on Wednesday morning Father Hennessy was assisted at the services by Fathers Joseph and William Hogarty The heartfelt sympathy of the entire commu nity goes out to jbhe bereaved lbsstisbra sad one PERaONAL Mrs J D Ferguson left llast Friday for her home air Augusta Ga afier two months visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Pal m Goatley Mr Theo C Campbell and Mr W S Gibbs are attending the Dan vjlle lair Mr Ben Lancaster of Chicago is visiting her motHer Mrs Thomas Brown near Simms Messrs Thomas aDd Willjam Medley f Owensboro attended tnIunerakof their grandmother r Hood Cunningham Evan Hagan C W l4aan and RI hard Kelly are at Crab Orchard Miss Willa Knott is spending two weeks at Crab Orchard Miss Edna Edelen is visiting her sister Mrs Herman Hayes Miss Gertrude Shader iis visiting l friends in Danville Miss Spalding of Lebanon Js a guest of Miss Eleanor Duncan Miss FannIe B Smith has re turned to her home ip Bloom field after a visit to friends here Mrs Tom Smith of Bards town visiting her daugbter Mrsi oe a tyy brook v I Mrs Piaus Wfaalen Jr bf Bards pwn was called here by the death of her grandmother Mrs r W Simms Sr Mi Sue Hinkle of Bloomfield pas the guest of her aunt Mrs lenry Leachman Sunday Mr n H Edelen rof Louis ville s tbp guest of hili sister Mrs lamiltonRobertson JMisj Mabel Price was in BIooc field last week Mi Catherine Russell has retun ed from Louisville where she Aisitedi Miss Ba less McI Closk y last week and was the recipi ant of many social favors and vfls the honored guest at two c rd parties Miss McQlos key ill be Miss Russells guest durin j the fair next week Mrs George H Garten and attra tve daughter Miss Lena of Bl 6mingtonIndare visiting Mrs An Shultz Mi is Margie Bonta and Mr Jam 3 Koran spent Sunday at Tath im Springs M s s F Atkinson and two daug tilers of Louisville ar6 visit ng friends here Rev At kins p was former pastor of the- M church here M Mary McClellan hi4 re turn ad horse from Lebanon aftes visit of several weeks M rsj Ben Lancaster Iffifehica IgO and her mother Mrsf rowni of ioncQunty are the guests of Mrs CJ D Robertson FIIR DINNER BY i I esbyterian Church S LApIES wil be served each day of Jhe Fai r in the dining booth of the am hitheatre hJ jt Mr and Mrs Robert E Bre t ontMr Isaac Curry They will re main over to take in tbifairi Mr Gusjbav Hirsch General Manager bt the Ideal Construe tjon Co and engineerin charge df the new telephone plant being installed at Lebanon was a guest ofMr and Mrs H P McChord at the home of Mr and Mrs W T McElroy last Sunday Oliva MarieMurton will IMiss tonight to be the cbarJl ing guest of Miss Mayme Don nelly of near town Mr and Mrs John L Searcy mid daughter Louise of Nara Vesa New Mexic 1 are ekpectedj to arrive Saturday for a visit to relatives Ben Medley of Owensboro is here visiting his parents Mrs Irvin Wfmsatt and children of Louisville are at the home of Mrs Jane Willitt Misses Lucy and Mary Brown Lizzie Leachman and Mrs lames Ewing are visiting Mrs Newell McClaskeyat BJoomSeld t Mr Bartlett Long of 5t Louts Mo who visited his un cle Rev W H Willium has gone to Shepherdsville Dr arid Mrs James Green of London Kyart visiting Dr Greens relates here J y Mrs W F Tnsty and the boys spent Sunday at New Rope with relatives Dr W F Trusty visited his rblativea vat Sebi ee thefirst of the week MrsE M Taylor of Louis yule1 visited her mother Mrs late Canter oyer Sunday Miss Annie Latimer xf Me trdpolis Ills arrived today fpr a visit vith friends At present she is with Miss Eiizabeih Wat 1 Miss Latimer is pleas aAtly rmembrelby a Jargt circle of friendsformcd while her father Rev T D Latimer was pastor of the Presbyterian church here Mrs Charles Dickerson lefI yesterday for a visit to her mother at Nicholasviile Mrs R E Bbykin of Louis yule jis visiting her sister Mrs T A Hardesty 4IRev W if Williams has goneI to Denver Col to spend his vacation Mrs W W Ray and daughter j Miss Sue are visiting relatives t Bloomfield v Mr and Mrs Eug ene Neale of Norih Carrolton Miss are guests of Mr and MrsT A Hardesty Miss Mary Brown Arrived home Mondayfrom Louisville for a months vacation Mr Edwin B Woodson of Middlesboro was a weekend visitor at tne home of Mr J F Gregory Mrs G C Wharton arid Mrs Kate Williams are spending tile week with their 1Mrs Ella Burton Jennings at Dan ville1 Riss Hallie Hustoni of Maud was in town Tuesday Mr an lMrsTom Scalding and children are visiting at the hone of Mr Ben Haydon Mr G LKPricewasin Louis yule the first ofiihe week on business Mr AlMuddwasl 1 in Lebanon TuesdaytMr Frank Wall and family of Nashville Tenn will arriV Thursday to visit relatives here Mr Frapk Simms spent Mon day in Louisville on business J Mr Sam Audersn1IBmi in Bloom fieidtiis veek Mr Will Huston of Maud spent Sunday in town Mr terry Markis at home for a few days Hairy hultz eturnedTnes day from Winchester where ha had been playing ball Miss Spaiclingtof Tew HavenI I iis the guest of her George D Robertson Jr Mrs J A Tpng returned home from Lebanon last Friday after several weeks treatment tit Dr R C McCJjordis ospitalC Mrs Gilbert Carpenter will leave for her home ijkt JDecatur Ala next Sat rdayJft V 1c Clemen sisvetv Mr George T illathi humencartowrt r Mrs J1 E Kuhn and children of Nashville Tenn are v5tfng relatives here Miss Flora Muddis at hope from Louisville lorvacation Rob McCleilkovi4as gope to Nashville Tenn to attendi school of telegraphy Mh Alice Mroy azrI I r = Remnanl Saleij i t iti IN w going oh atthe BIG Stor i and will continue until all I Remnants Odds and Fiids i I are disposed of t I1i J thsrshas i 1 Silks White Goods Wash FabdcsLacs EnOimi cries Cottons Calicoes Carpels Mattmfs and c Oddsaiid Ends of Mens anti Boys Clothing Ladies li Spits Skirts Waists Gloyes Corsets Shoe Mem and Boys Hats and Caps Shirts and NecSrwear which we will sell a- tIODROINPRI6E I 1 We will also offer oUr regular stock of M or net Boys Summer uitsandOdd Pants at cost for I balance of season I J 1A EXTRA SPECIALS i It For Friday and Saturday III Lot of Ladiesi 12 and 16 BuJttonlLenjthSUk and 1 r half 1 Cotton Gloves price Lot of Torchon Laces 12 price I7 Lot of Mens Hats 12 price J Lot of MnsWh Pants 39c I I RobertsoflClayhrooM 1orllJI I INCORPORATED jf 1 J t tt 1w1p 1t1I1t1u1t cj T = Do NotiiForgett TbalJjt t tfill p v fI M r tfvV 1t1ilillf ff r i lfoir Ill pPicnic 7 + t ti r f l itIll t t j fThe Dinner and BabtNhowi1 jS 1 it = 1 At fEDERICI KYii t f jt Ill Saturday Augus8thf8 bJ1 r Ill i = If jv Dinijep 25ct l h Babies Get Their Dinner frte tjt iit 1c w1r pp4UpUp rIIi j m 4ft y I BOSLEYFARMjWOR f if y Y HO Acre Tract 125 Acre Tract f l t i S6AcjTriit6 Tract iMtcre It = OnTnesdayAnptistaii rg1 i At 2dIck pMCprtaesL v y i the farm belonging to the heirs of VLn Marfaret Ussier willisold to the hUfhfestbWerlm tract ai 1R4ICMM aevt r This farm is located ia Pleasuit Xu neichborbood M Marios t and Washington county line on LebMen and TOM turnpike S miles from Lebason 7 mUa a itIitI miles from Texas It has RuraXfVee Delivery arni hiservice with Access to 3 bhurchsfi witaia 2 1t i t roadsI 0 The 140 acre tract is 4equipped with good 10 rbosm k i and modern stock barn Taaortfsed tobacco bara ad all ecry iftTheThis farm is neatly all iM TaM a i1a la a hJfk s4ate f cwtI ivat on It is especially adapted to the rro rtli ot Il IBurley Tobacco u f t t ttf bavin twice in last twelve years toppa tM Louisville Mriui s both sihgle hhd and average fpy entire cree as late as Moil iForifurther foxmatiaecaU oa or ares p I ir t Fleece Bosley t yr RFL3uPM 1 i a J t i iii Rqbert M y est ret MMiMC tb Dallv Ue air Mss Rose kackia tlbcao is visiting Mi MIDrHPL There are a7 iltztesS 1e Wltts Carlel1t Witik fltbut just MK oiiiHJ1ot1i1jutttaswod IiwUt oe Ds1tti It is cleansing eooltaf and ioothlng Sold by the Red Ctbii Dt K StQrct utsi re wtk me 4oopsPiakpla TibIe Sa 0 tMcebOL Ask Mar Doctor DrI1bt 1SrAf Stops u v wi Wilts Dr Bsopff Baciae 1fkfor trla1 tproYe vaIeof hi Ib dche or TPrtM IabIet SoM Tiff H 4 CrMSPruf Store t wot V r IwUUC cFISS From Night Ridrs ftwin tbe receipt of MV tfcimlMiT ttf ud an OlUM1r DUm M1 irf MrIh A Stains 1 Mi laM Mrs MiilB- la ie TMifltti of Lyoo coomty a ind in tak city jMt rdj tvI from ilw nifht riders fssl Who tby l1tl- yt td1 fcfcttf s Yi4moe Tb J MS eer14flii4to wyis J1YJIfby Cutisty l1uKeW L dCtbtiigri iud County Attor n rlf IA Xrpfit if Ijyon oun j l4a Hi whJIe they are at present iigh rids of C1rolDibeGrittadeci cpun tfebej ixpcertMd determina lIUDlt4i4 pf UM m1eraot the tt were foreaer tobacco growa jL dear JMWyyitle1 Kyand J vM i that they werejforced to 1fr j th oryMiMtikx of night X Tiain wbta iit wee frjit formed W be the me rter6f the crgap iMk1arad thkt the raem s brs of tbe party were going to t rtiilate yjdIthl1seliJi iraeAeningleUerg to tbe women r aMtyefali days ago it is said f T M aeieeipt was made upbn the i iH ot Mr Hall WMlfc ia Ixnaayile the party t Ttaalmid ML the office fOoJ AP4t 4j H r where they conyers ed with relatit inth cit1 over tJ 55v tir tekpbofle Tb jr stated that ty were not afraid of an as Mult IB Loiisville but in order jnQ4 bob a burden on tbq city f and Uw iocalaBthoritiefi ecid- v ea W 10 to South Bend Ind f whr they have relatiyes The W josi 4we ty six years of age attracN el siach attention while in the Vcity1 but desired that their mis sjoa to this city be kept quiet y oViMi Aflf be fear thatte night riders would learn of thejir wbeitWibdiiite and follow them tRra1d Wkll Kemm dyg laxative CoUgh Syruy is Mf Cially ecouiendedioi l I 4 goodjb4euse it tastea n arly as good as ap1eWwg r Its laxative principle rivte celd from the system by a Jr et1 Natural vet ooploBS action ofr 1yi tAe801lfels Sold lay Red Cross Drag tre ft 11tl lt 1Xtuck Fair Dat 1 t 44 ft1 1Tke fohJojngare the datest 1 Ifl flxa 3fpr fabldm the Kentucky tr Pairs torAlQOSa tar reported 1 i nifichester AugusH 4 dajs f Danville gust58 days 5 JjeiingtoD August p5daY 1 t1j JJHJOsjtown AuKus 115 days t tBarkesyillel August 11 4days i Broadheal August 12 4 dajrs t Springfieldl August 124 days Sbepherdsville August 18 V r4days Lawrencebufg August 18days k Carroll Gallatin Owjen Tri 9oun1 FairIndersAUKust r lj 19 4days Vance burg AugusvlO4 days Ewip8iaugost208 days Shilbyville August25 4days IS 3Loiidoi August 258dys f BfiiAbethtowni August 25 r 3 days tX Burlii ton August 2644days dayslI i Morgaijtown Aug 27t8 days J1 S srtspt 14 dyt flardinsburg iSfept 18 days Bardstown Sept 2r4da s Ferm Chreet Sept 24d3Yst Mootlc ll ipt 84 days Hodgenville Sept 8r3 days GlasgoSept94dys A entente Wtmai 1 is alway found iath9same hqase s witk aUrds Smow Liniment It keeps every membicr of the family frie from acnes and pains it baa s I cjitsj burs adScaldsand cures rheu vMtiMij Meacalgta ImmDago and ai muscular soreaGBs and stiffflese 25c 50c aid lliOQ per bottle Sold by Red CrOisDQtgtoreJr n for Jt Im B7 ot7 Tike Jltt ft JL Louis Is not IB any t tr It san Independent muulclI t 4 xnacblneiiiIf 1 baa t1fBelrC1i1t and criminal CiUrb zAi IU ewm grad Jury jail etc The clr 4 j cult afcfarMy is tha prosecuting oolccr- v flt LUHSJ Until 1870 St Louis tUe iwinry seat of St Louis county but In that year the city was complete thl1tltjuteOlayton a few miles ivest W the city Is now thi courthouse tom efLowls Oyptyt Louis Ecpub I rc I A GPtEATLINEOFIFREE ATTR ACTIONS t Im IiTeatNt1 I eei re4 tie KentucTky S te Faiifl ceaifent has cloiedl a contract with I Pranki P Spellman of Cleveland 0 torirhatllo believed to be the best Una at free attractions ever seen at aj wmlbedar Including Spel1mans Per krIng Bears and ten other free at tractions 1Juchas trapeze ttctfrmldJ air performances etcfA Japanese troupe of gymnasts and eqaillbrists excelling in their line any thins ever seen before 4n Louisville has been engaged especially for the State Fair and will be seen exclu slrely in Kentucky at that time In addition to the more thrilling of theowellknown seth of balancing and gym jiaatic work they have devised several feature which will be for tue fir t t cbnaThe thriller of free attractionshow iNer will be the troupe of trapez per formers including several men women iaheels twentyfive feet through the air aad is safely caught by one of its eU ders Accidents do not occur In this act but despite their perfection a net Iis spread for a possible emergencyso that even if aa accident should occur no fatality would result The shows already engaged for the jitretch are Fere ias Trained Wild Animal Congress the Dicky Wile Westshow and Cow Boy Indlstns the Dark Town Fire Brigade Heaven and Hall Mechanical Device i Johns toWn Ftoqd Palace of IIluiois EIto trio Palace and many others which will be added later This Is enough to luJBure every visitor that there will be something doing every minute EXHIBITS AND CLASSIFICATIONS At thf Kentucky State Fair Entries of exhibits in all Livestock Departments except for horsesmulei and jack stock will close Monday SepL 7th at 6 pm and in all other departments prior to Thursday Sept 10th Entries of horses mules and jJacks will positively close at 12 oclock the daybefore the exhibition this year as there will be i printed program of the horse how giving the name of the Owner the name and color of the horSe and the namber of the entry which must correspond with the arm number on the person riding drlvihg or exhibiting same It is absolutely essential that the entry giving thlf1n formation be filed with the Secretary bjr noon of the dky preceding the eIhlblUon Exhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Mony morning Sept 7th and ex hibitors in all departments lave bet so notified There are 1328 different r ngs in whiletherelots The horse classification is sub divided Into classes suitable for light harness flveg ted saddlers threfr gaited saddlers roadsters combined harness and fivegaited saddlers plah tatlon saddlers runabouts high steppers Shetland ponies and fine horses The mules and jask stock are well taken car of In the Beef Cattle Department the classification is complete for Short horns JHerefords Polled Durhams AberdeenAngus and Red Polls InI the dairy cattle department Jerseys HolsteinFrieelans Guernseys and 1 Ayrcshires are recognizecL The Swine Department Includrs Berkshlres Po landChinas DurocJeirseys Chester andIShropshires Cotswolds Southdown American Merinos Oxfords Hamp shires Dorsets ambouillets and Lit coIns also a class for Angora GoatS eVjerymaterlaI11 ly increased over last years list The Departments for Vegetables and M l ons field Seed and Grain and Tobac co contain classes for almost very product grown on the farm In Hor- tiCulture there are hundreds of prizes 9ffered for apples peaches pears grapes etc Plans and Flowers jone of the most attractive exhibits at a fair will be larger and better than betore Istherepremiums than In that set aside for womans work childrens work and table luxuries The Parfect Carriage Horse at the State Fair In order to develop a perfect Carriage horse the United States Govern ment appointed a Commission to In Testigate thedeslr dpolnts that should be possessed In order to ulate the breeding of this class of anrr 1 mals the Kentucky State Fair offers a 75 trophy and a 5P cup for the best mare and stallion according to the government classification Tht t points desired by the carriage hBrse are given in detail In he StateFair catalogue A State Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth of Kentucky it Is a trophy of great sentimental and advertising value aside from tie cash premium which accompanies iu For catalogue entry blanks or other formation write J W Newman Sec retary 320 Paul Jones Building Louis ville Ky Thc mm zn1er or breeder snohio Rot taU to enter his Products at the Kentucky State Fair He often thinks there will be so many entries that he would not have tj chance for a prize 1eythenthe Fair and see someone walk off with a ribbon wonTon some specimen aQchJmferiortOwhat they own 4 Ce p alarge amount OHOMIIltj12 4I T i d form i Sccrtjfjr Emttfaon is p J t1 1r1r J r1qp t 11J utMlV1I A t Oc tiA P 1PA1N RIG MIMIC CITY Pains 9 Ig Pompelan Spectac Each at the State Fair INlfht representation could be more realistic than the magnificent view which is spread out before the spectatorln Pains elaborate production Last Days of Pompeii The scanlcclty spreads out over an area of four acres of ground and so perfect- aI the work of the painter In the per lookingIReal massive buildings twenty to fifty eet high loom up in the foreground representing the palaces temples etc of the picturesque ancient city while hpge triumphal arches adorn Its streets Tojverlng above all these Is the ever beautiful Twit treacherous Mt Vesuvius A force qf over forty skill d scenic mechanics are necessary to place this scenic cityjn position each c7 In spite of every time and labor device that can be provided Pompeii i1fIto be destroyed again Not the ancient city that nestled among the Italian hills at the foot of it Vesuvius but the big scenic city iIn Pains vast spectacle of Last Days of Pompeii that will be seen at the Kentucky State lair Thls mimic city represents with ideal accuracy the fated city that perished In the First century of the Christian era The scenery used in this production covers an area of fully four acres of ground but so deceptive Js the perspective that it appears to spread out over many times that space The view is said to be marvelously correct and his torically accurate being like what the ar heologjsth now suppose the ancient city was at the time it was destroyedJ The whole effect nnder the glare of half a hundred arc lights and calciums is must beautiful As one sits in the vast amphitheatre and gazes on the scene before him he sees the tall Ve suvius wits Its bfad rnlsedaaIM the sky below are the houses tern pies arches etc and to properly rep resent these latter many real struc tures twenty to forty feet in height are blended In with the Vplcture in the background The ne opens with a fete day in theancicnt city andi for upward of an hour the audience is entertained with a vivid production of the sports and feats of the hippo drome exciting chariot races sensa tional aerial and acrobatic feats pretty ballets imposing and gorgeously costumed processions choruses mu sic etc rhe tragic dramatic episodes of the spectacle are shown In pan to mImeS The fetes are interrupted by the terrific eruption of Vesuvius and the destruction of the city by the earthquake which is a scene thrilling beyond description and brings into ac tion all the skill and ingeniqusness of Pains artists Following these stir ring scenes there is presented a beau tifulexhibition of fireworks and those who have seen these pyrotechnics of the famous Pain have never realized the full meaning of the word before Railroads will make special rates from nearly all surrounding towns on the date of this exhibition The most magnificent display of pyrotechnics ever witnessed in this sec tion of the state is promised in connection with Pains big spectacle This display Is In fact the crowning teM ure of the marvelous exhibition and as Pain has long enjoyed the repute tion of king of pyrotechnists1 in both England and America It Is snore than likely we shall behold something un usually fine in pyrotechnic novelties this occasion Among the most 1on ora te set pieces shown will tti e mammoth revolving fountain of fire Alladins Jeweled Palms and th e beau tifuli Pyramids These are only atew of the larger special pieces that will be shown For the edification ofthe little forks there will be a large number of comic fireworks devices such as the iQcvUA1tmgtheTal1ora- the huge talking elephant the flyln pigeons the acrobatic monkey the fly fish etc l1ng t TOBACCO Tobacco w1ll be a bigger feature than ever at the State FaIr this year The prizes offered are larger and the classes are more numerous Classes are provided for the following Hurley types Red Teaf Bright Leaf Jjigar ette wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are black wrapper long or African leaf French leaf Italian leaf Green Jllverleaf and stemming leaf Hon M C Rankifi Offers 75 In spe dale for the best display of 1907 bur ley crop for the best display of 1908 dark tobacco and best display of 1908 Green River tobacco Not more than four sajnples can be entered out of a single crop but If the exhibitor has more than one crop raised on his farm he Is entitleU to four samples out of each crop A special buriey tobacco class is being considered in which the entries of dealers growers or assocla tlons will be accepted j RAILROAD PATES TOSTATE FAIR Railroad rate oCone fare plus 25 cents for round trip from all points iin Kentucky has beets secured by the Transportation Committee for the State par ItlIs estimated that a quarter of a million people will take 1 advantage of this rate There will bo more than 3000 awards of premiums ai the Kentucky State Fair this year an average of more than 500 awards daily For catalogue entry blanks or thr Information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louis rillefiCy Henry T Scbuitea former guam on the University of Michigan football team and twice a member of the All American team has been selected ns the head coach for Occidental college at Los Angeles f WathNeSI Ball Neal Ball of the New York AmirLa cans Is as promising a s has broken Into the big leagues in ten years Extremely resperoLa Jrs Brown In Vour husbands bus ness growl Mrs SmithOb dea yes Why last week his receipts wen so large that be bud to hax 11 r appOinted to take jure oftt CJertlaud Leader Wr Cider JeII Allow a pound of graUulatod sugat to each pint of sweet cider Bqi tbg Cider twenty minutes add the sugaV and boll until it JellJoR Lay SIX Bice Malaga raisins In eaclifglass and turn In the Jelly Cover 1fth melted para t FOR THE CHILDREN A Country Game For this contest pass cards orna mented with beet and wasps flying about with the word Stings Write the questions J A Sting that cures fatigue Answer Restlug A sting that cu4eshunger Feasting A ting that tidied your room 1 Dust Ing A sting that cooks your meat Roasting A stingthat makes you laugh Jest Lingl rA sting that foolish1 people indulge nl Boasting sting that browns your bread Toasting A sting that spoils your tools Rust- Ingl A sting that makes you rend a book tthrough Interesting A sting that tries Testing- A sting that adapts Adjusting A sting that shopkeepers dislike Trusting Philadelphia Ledger Theatrical Adjectives A game played byany pumber of persons 6ne of whom leaves the room while the others agree on an adjective The one who went out now returns and asks each a question in order Tha questions must all be answered IIn a jpianner which suggests the adjective Thus If angry be the word selected each must Indicate by tone or gesture that he Is in a rage as Jie answers If tedioUs Is the adjective ever one may contrive to answer Wltlfa tiresome story and sp on The player from whose answer the adjective Is guessed then leaves the room while anther word Is chosen and becomes guesser in his turn p Beware of Umbrellas There Js a sign In the zoological gaLis dens of Paris to the effect that no looking at the animals must open an umbrella In fact the attendants will not let a person carry an umbrella into any of the animal houses if they hap flpentose1tTwenty years ago a boy happened to raise an umbrella in the tiger house and the tigers went almost mad over It sad two of them broke the bars of their cages and got but The same thing also affects lions and elephants Why it does cant be explained but If you do It look out for a row Perhaps the beasts think that a thunder shower Is comingI Postmen In Ceylon In the Outlying districts of Ceylon the native runners who carry the night malls always go in couples as a safe guard against attack Ei eh carries a long spear to one end of which Is At tached a small bell with the object ot clearing the way and attracting the at tention of the people while the spear Itself is for the more prac tical purpose of defense against the possible on slanght of wild animals In the days not long ago when such langcrs were more real than now some of the Jour neys these postmen math were full olhadventure sunl furnlshei them many a tale uf perll to tell to their friends KirtJnefsto Animals The following are six o pital reasonsIe twhymals FirstBecause it is duty to be kind and not to ill treat i nything Second Because they sire dumb andj cannot understand Third Because they cannot always ItIs1rlght4 ardJookSlxthBecansetbey can feel pain and discomfort like human folk r Fourth of July Game A flowerpot is filled with sand ot earth A little stick with a flag pladed in it Every child playing has to remove a little sand from the pot with a stick without upsetting the flag cryiig at the same time Take care The one who upsets the flag pays a for felt It becomes an anxious matter when the sand has been removed severn times PhosphorescenceI Many boys and girls do not know what causes the phosphorescent light that they sometimes see In the break ers at the seashore It Is due nsa rule to particles of decaying flsh ter In the water or it may come matS shoals of a certain klud of fishes which have the power of giving off the glow Just as firefliesl have The Colt We Raised Here Is the colt we raised and air His worth you cant deny Beneath the saddle without spur This colt will fairly tty Hca always gentle safe and The whip we do not use And never with the check khidIA horse of ours abuse Before the wagon King Is flr ATonE the dusty road lIe straightens QUt each tug nd line And never minds tho load For sale Oh not Wo raised him here He Is our pet and prldeITo all the boys that liEs speed they each have tided alJitcelAndIs more to us than gold Hejbves Uio clover pastures there JVhere he can frolic free He loves this bracing counts air The boys and wife and me We raised him and upon thli Lana lies safe from harm we now Nc Banter sir shall raise an am To strike this volt a blow No man mill lmp his dally fare Or Kiudgbj him rest and sleep careIcolr ralsedtoklep- L F inn Journal To Clean Carpets Use two ounces each of salsodd and borax and one cake of white soap din solved Inn large bucketful of boiling soft watert Let stand until cool then add twc ounces of sulphuric ether Scrub the lusted carpet on the floor with the warm fluid and wipe dry w1tJI a clean cloth This will destroy moths and clean and brighten the carpet Farmers and Timber There Is land on nearly every farm that Is fitted for the growing of a of wood Many of these turns by cropt ting this waste lathgrow up to wood might bring more profit to the owner Ini1dIttte farmer to sep that the timber sup ijfy ottflhe country Is kept in good cost Stlon 5 tkfIveLi aIQ1ceHfhTlIJt t uUjsJltitozuak love Iiijiiiexpert and you ought not to know tiya diffcrcnc Life t For Ladies Ills J J22j r OF EC tx 1 Settlement c l1at city as 4s AmeJran settlement T a s den of Hoffmanns Erzahlungen on the part of Mr Simons the di re t ei ce of the wb ole company Tire them bars of the cuprus and the stage em yees then fell upon the tenor gave m a thorough beatiugand thenthrew h m oft the tage and out ot the the a er contracts are broken and liwsuits pending The Americans Yho read tie account did not recog ze In the settlemeat of tbe dispute a lythlng particularly American A Royal Cigarette Factory The Turkish sultan said a tobac nlst has jjor generations smoked the fliest cigarettes ip the world CIga r ties like h s brought over here would c st quite 25 cents apiece In the royal p lace there has been frOnvtlme imme n oriall la small cigarette factory a li ht airy n om a bale of exquisite to l icco one o two simple hand ciitttlng r achines a half dozen workmen of i iarycljlus i kill Here tbe cigarettes c the sultan are turned out The best c Ilrette tQ acco comes from Turkey abd the besot that goes to the sultan huhdredv sight of leaves is rejected lefore a pound sufficiently fine and awless iss found for royal Handels Hymn ISir tells a goo1 ory afthe expense of the committee iartfui committee They submitted tp him a tune which they declared motion tbalt If it were included in the look every tlmelIt was rendered Ran i rlth the promise that if only he would jlInclude It it should be marled to be bug so as not to disturb Mandel London Globe tr Love and Seasickness Like mbst successful business men tIr Carnegie is not a sentimentalist Once a friend was chaffing him bout his books and suggested that be j t sane Ist ran been In love I have also been 4ehslik but that is no reason why II hould write a book about that M A P A Startling Truth Professor Albert Bushncll Hart pro cssor ot American history at Harvard J a man whose bobbles run alongside fh1S work Lately be acquired a desire for statistics and them with his accustomed energy He pV8S very much impeased with the mortality figures and meeting his eel ieague Professor Grandgcnt In the yard addressed him rye been looking up mortality sta dstlcs Grandgent and wW do yea think A man dies evetj time I tar Creosote For Fen cepostt Fenceposts of many kinds of cheap woods which ordinarily would soon di such as cottonwood aspen wllloWi aye amore ow grade pities and some of the gums are well adapted to this treatment When properly treated these woods outlast untreated cedar and oak Often The Are Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be science proves that nearly all diseases these most important organs The kidneys filter purify that is their work Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected how every organ seems to to do its duty If you are sick orU feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help nil other organs to hcalthA trial can make no stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most cases and fesold pn its merits by all ftrnggistain fiftycent onedollar size ott1f s Yu Y and theblood7 and fail the mis diStressing and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper but remcmoer the name Drr 5il0fcsi SwampRoot and the ad- drct1 plt i1IAItonJ N Y I Great iis the lot of all women who neglect The hearth of lrWorranly organs No resunto do so any more thin to iteglect scn tt f t for all your womanly ills It can never do harm ahd is certain to do good f Mrs Saule H Blair of Johnion City Tenn YrlteslhadaufferedI from womanly trouWteen months and hadfour doctors but they could not help me tIlJII began to take WIDe of CtfSLNow I think I am about welt At all reliable druggists to 100 J WRITE US A LETTER trays mythical Vicar It Is curious to reflect that there Arc scattered about the world many scores with some famous ditty or other the world famous Vicar of Bray The most curious part Of the Is that though Fuller in his Worthic of asserts that the clerk who fa tbe hero of the song was one Simon Alleyn careful search of the parish registers has failed to substan tiate the Musical Horns Journal A Strenuous Task Your honor said the witness cant you order a recess t A recess Yesslr Jve Istood on this stand and told truth two hours O- stretch and Im wore out 1 never told the truth that long before not in all my llfel Atlanta Consti tution Shattered Hopes he Yes but he doesnt mean a word ic It HeAre you sur ot that She j An Have you any vltuesses of the fled dent asked the Brentford county is not here because he is Wind Lon don Tale Care of the Pennies Etc Make on that deal Gob sa replied Well every million York Press MRS AD The Stryof a Berlin Shrew and Her likeness In Stone This quaint of the Ger man term neldkopf Is applied by tray elers to an effigy carved in stone and fixed in a niche in the second story of a house in the In Berlin not far from the emperors palarv The neldkopf represents a hideous harpy faced woman with snakelike curls and tongue In mocking derision One day s ago the legend reds Frederick William of Prussia more known as Old Fritz was walking about the streets of the city In the ill way be affected when be cbhnc to look through a window and observed j for a chat The result of his interview was ah order for a gold table service for the royal an order that made the fortune of the Later Ihls majesty made other Visits to tbe shop to see bow the work was advanc Jlag and on one of these occasions bo observed a woman in the window rf the opposite house her face Inthe most hideous grimaces and pointing with derisive finger at the crippled t0 the kings query as to what ailed the old vomnn the replied It Is envy sire ehelJi the wife of a rival and ever since your majesty so gave me this order she and her daughter nave re Ylled me as to the of the house in which the shrew lived He found that It to her hun band and therefore reasoned that there was little likelihood of tire famly moving an Idea that feeir d greatly to please his majesty His next move king then bought and renovated house In which the had It to him and caused the buetto ously above the winder Thus the envious woman across the strqef lookd forth from her casement the first object on which hrf ces foil WAR this Intended portrait of herr jlnUe tolf For mOt jau a htidiutt yejjrs the npld Visa head as onij would say In English stood in proud a to the envlou woman and her it after ward but In 1840 or It was fund in a forgotten collection of Frederick William IV bought the bust York Tribune To Fcirt fti s To make a rnIrp r nil uK a ball of soft paper with wood alcohol iipUukle with a little and polish With tissue paper Does your back ache Do you have sharp pains n the side an the small of the back This is dire usually to kidney trouble Take Kidney and Bladder Pills They will telieme weak back bick1 XI Write taliy for afne cey of yataMe 64HOT liurtwlrt Bo far W MsdAdvice eeicrlbe II Scu JNJfIYlCALBR INCLUDIIQ7ELf9R h7JJrrZqu6ffz REAV11FUL ATALO6UE JttSSOHIHBpOKKEEP BYMAIL GRADUATES SECURE POST1ONSNDJOURJIfRPVRngJiowrXDDRESs BOWLING GREEN BUSINESSUNlVERStrY BowuNa Giw fAnAAmericn Volksoperc Immediatelytter dolfSll5m rprtgrossly useNewo- rkrreM 1eric1cBrldge newWesleyailIfYmn ho4lIted howfrTheconlIpianissimo un- leasantlexperIenceLondon egnnsceklng mournfully oILipps twentyI Kidneys DyerWorkIUnhealtnjr kidneysbut beginningin SwampRoot anyoneIf SJTSJ ffoeefwapZeotby BiqghamtonSwampRoot oncvcrytwttlt suffering 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