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J + STADLISIIEDt ANlfO DOM1NJIMJ z 4 1l L l1 23 31 1916 J f rj J T1is 1Paper Slier tag e h A di f ttfh from lIfola lv to evtdenco accum ktMftfii ifce bands of the federal Trade Collimi ion th news papers are facing a famine iin and a resultant ab feonaalJrcrease in print paper cost which is the most serions wtuatKm that has developed iin decftdM It is serious not only for the newspaper publishers titJi equally serious for uews lHiperr iers And newspaper adv lrtHrsi because present an apd increase in print jMpercoi tracts are almost con ecat sry in their scopeas has already occurred in many cities of the country and newspapers 5 slave no recourse if they Are stayia o basinesi except to pass OB aportioa of the new burden to those whom tthey are serving Oa one side ot the question such men as Fa Glass vies prident of tire Publishers Association are telling the commission that the pub HiDers in his Association are morally celt ahi tnatr there is col fusion among the manufacturers and that the scaring price is th result of direct Mr Glass has promised the comI mission that within sixty days the association win place in conIelM form before the commission proof that A conspiracy exists aaaoug tide On the other side of the ques tdasucb men as P T Dodge the International l IJ i= is prodncing one third of the print paper used in the 17ni j J I States that the increased cort andt fie x L s p v To tfE NEWS= LEAAt i It J fr i J J 6 i ji iwIIEr xxxk SPRINGFIELD r WASHINGTON COUNTY AUGUST I Washington jDecordiBfc n printpaper prospective Newspaper manipulation manufacturers representing sayszinformeTTlbe commission tf1i KENTUCKY fumfrie are directly add solely traceable to enormous infcreasej in consumption and increase inIf production n costs Many newspapers are lindin paperlsopplYwhich are succeeding securin t themselves a supply are forced priceis Furthermore the prices have been gradually advancing from wok to week and there spews to be no prospect of an end to the upward trend and notrn mediate abdJnormatcoosumptlon jot paper iis concerned all of the newspapers of thecount y are exerting every getcoosumptionback be below normal There is no question but what this effort iis haying a substantial effect and there is no question but what consumption is already or soot wilt be subnormal instead of abnormal Nevertheless the price increase marches on and on Newspapers uiLove the c uo try report to the Federal Trade Commission that unless there iis relief there wPl hays to be uni versal increased prices put 1iPon eccities of the country prices to subscribers have already bee advanced and in practically alll of the cities of the country in crease in subscription prices Will soon become a vital and unI eccapable necessity desnife thAI bestiancy and the unwillingness on the part of the newspaper publisher to take such s stand Despite increase in subscription prices and advertising rates i newspaperd s to cut in size of their pal pers unless there is relief from excessive cost of raw materials rit Bishop Spalding Dies 1PeorIat Ill Aug 5Arc hiRresidence at 340 oclock ithis af ternooh The end was zlrit un expected and vtriembers of the archbishops family Were at his bedside The archbishop was years old r Archbishop Spaldings 76JJ 1did not cause any alarm to s family until VVedngadayj when Dr J E Huber who wasat tending iiitn announced that th prelates condition was critical j arcbblshophadpeen cjj trams heat increased bis yeuk ness fjis sister Mrs 1Kate dfadf unco TJue arclioiahbps gibe sister Mrs N H Putnam also of Leban in arrived on Tljin s day Mrs Spalding had beenin Peoria for four weeksjibe archbishop each summer Had made a trip to his Southern Jiotne in Lebanon but this Yea ewas too weaic to make the trip Abe ut two years ago Arch bishop Spalding suffered a ser iious illness and his decline hod- ontinued coitdinlion of the archbishop became suddenly worsaanct he lapsed Iji to unconsciousness The mine of tho prelate remained clear up to within twelve hours of his death No pain was evident atj aty time during the last illness condition was borne with1 thought t was for the welfare of the church and of the many parishioners in this city and in the dlocesaavo which he presided for years ntitiai this weejclwe will have a special demonstrator from the Majestic Factorsa p lain how the M9i a tic is made and whyit is absolutely the best range why iitflasls fonger ahxi cut down repair expenses Why it bakes bread evenly top h1i- r audfoottoin withouti iuningwliy it uses so littlo fuel and save a food waste Ho will explain Its labor saving construction and why it heats an abundance water good and Jiota mjgbty convenient and useful thing to have a big supply of hot w atern hn1cIImrit Tc moneylyou thought was lyo wanted H ereYou ngbruuge ti You will savu money in fueifapiirs and c joking Buy a Majestic the with 25 years repiitai wir The demonstrator will answer ony questipn relating to stoVE9l Childrens Souvenir DW Tuesday Demonstration WeeK from 3 to 5 pm j5 Majestic Aeroplanes FREE I l V FUN FUN FUNBoys nrjd dJd dIQ PhetiratIeasilymadetn o feseri to the Majestic Range Salesman at our store between g and 60 m Tuesday wruun answers to the following questions will receive oncof these aeroplanes 1 What is the name of your mothers range and how long has it bOom in usec2 iivo nards of any persons you know needmtt new range 3 Why is the Majestic known as the Range with a reputation 4 What is your age BV When is your birthday i i lQO Article FREE V t The from boyyr oansVdcwrjoatldjnon feirhgiv ntr the neatest to the souvenir and best answer to tbe third questions rrify select any 100 article r syfj v A Prize For EverybodyDont be discouraged If jounot one of the 125 tb get an aeroplane You wriltxeceive a Majesttc Puz pt JUe CtfJlhat wlI frutllJumftny hours of amusement Be sure to hero yeti answers resift lwfiandin Pt er store Tujsday afternoon between 3 and 5 rerentr or pjifze They mut bo written jf you wish to rocdiyea Tile funeral of thta chbithoP will be beld Tuesday jiatjlO oclock iii theSi Maryspatlfedral oyer which be presided for ears It 0snl Gib buns of Baltimore sill cfliciate The services will bpj olemniz with solemn pontifi wl requveni r mass Celebrated by Elsuop Ed i beeu1announcBi i ed that the body oCthe arcbfjI bishop will lie in1 state lb qody will emaln ju Ijd home iin5 which the prelate died until MonI movede 0St Clarys OaLbcdralr ff The Most Rev Julio LancaatAJ Spaldingi was cuosecr ted bishoffl of the Roman Catho lcdiucast3 LJ3I a Peoria Hi May lr1877 i1 and rG4 Hlfcreater4 tHewasprorDJment naiulJ wide notice when Presided Roosevelt named brpt as one o the arbitrators to settle the art thaoite coal strike in 1102 Hit was Uio author of sayeral bDoki i deans with labor topics and aw r1Iir1 Bishop Spalding lived in Amer ica the first of the name to corn e JQi the ndw world being a follow ePof Lord Baltimore During the reigns of King Henry Vllf land Queen Elizabeth ju BuKland the Spalding auiily was dlsft tliirruioliRfl for its loyalty to tlraf Catholic Uhurch JIOne fwind Weld fur lftljB urj set new enders r OtiRmic Los Negro Kills White Man e j Bardstown Ky A g2Threats to lynch Smith Wilson negro who stabbed to death Downey Ludwick 22 yearsold sop of Kirbv Ludwick njarsbal of Bloomllod Kv at the fair grounds this afternoon were made this afternoon by a large crowd of people who had gather od at the grounds to watch tbe preparation for the opening of the fair next Tuesday Sheriff R L flagan and Mar shal Jl Phillipsj who arrested Wilson were compelled to dra their guns to keep the peop from taking the prisoner away They succeded however In tale Jog the prisontr to jail where h was chafed with murder In consideration of the fact that a large nnmfnrof persons are expected in town tomorrow andtue next few does on ac count of Life fair Sheriff Hagan und Marshal Philips decided later it would be1safer to have the prisoner locked up in some other place At 980 in the vwning tlieV took bite quietly flm the jailpiaceil thin in an automobile and started him fft r Lonisville The transfer was made without anv trouble It is not definitely known what caused the killing Wilson claims andwasattother white men while Lud wicks friends assert tbat the negro started the tight Lad wijjk who was stabbed m the heart died almost instantly H leaves his wife and a child Big bane was in Bloomtield An in quest will be bald fhis morning During another tight onthe fair grounds this ullernoon rr Special Demonstration and Sale r iiss Bfc 1 4 t GREAT- tMAJESTIC fS r II r RA r T i if a I E5 1 6 THe Range With a keputationIt J FOp one week only f ll Commencing Monday Septerrep1 r This 800 Set of Granite and Copper Ware FREE i As a special inducement duriag our demonstration week onlrwe will give with every Mnjastlc sold one jiandsomo set of kitchen tears as illustrated piece is tito ifaast of its kind and the entire sot aunot tic purchased Lforless than800 The prcifot the Majestic remains tale same as always end the quality of tho stove Jftlio same This ifibheu wacfl Is au out and but 3r present See It aour store I Everybddy Welcome lEvfinthoagh iron do not wrufctq buy a newrange right now It will be worth Lyour while to attedtl this demonstration and know al atrjlllt thq Majestic Ranare pluoad underjno ob igalion to buyIJtii 4 04i j you r McCLURE 1 SIMMS C arles McQuillan was stabbed Proctor Bailnrd was arrested and charged with maltgMiouacuttin R Both are white McQuUlan was not wounded seriously4 7The Goat i The Paris Mo Mercury thus quotes a colored Democratic or ator in a speech to a local gath ering The Lawd said Pbaro turn my people loose and when he didnt do it and the Lawd said again Phara turn my people twthe Lawd tuk Pharo down i tothe Red Sou and chucked him In That Klistab Wilson he s9Ys freaand when hold dnt do it that Mistah Wilson he say again Karanzy turn my niggers loose or Ize cpmiu after em Still dHuo d it and that Mr Wilson he say Karanzy turn my nig rightnj home yeself or thars go in tto be hello pay An uxt day fo million white mnn yiih the big dugs ou fiat cats started for Mexico You know what happened Afore they got tliereS old Krl1zydonll turned them- niggers Ibose giv1 em a Palm Brach suit of clothes an a bottle of mule upiece put em on a Pullman ca and sent em homo And on the way they met Mistab WllsonAnhe says los1w- uz jus coming to git you if it tuk pvery white mauin the Newy oiLed States to do it No man km lock my niggew up erpo e on em an not hear from uie Come on and get some water melonfEver hear a Republican doiu anything ike dai Naw you didnt That Mistqu Wilson sho cuff Republicanaaint hot no use for a nigger cept on lection day Ibe negro was slow in coming to a realization of the truth of this last sentence bqt most en lightened Colored men have had the truth cf the assertion thrust solpainfully upon them that they ar bound to coulees that the Republicans have little or no re gurd for them except to use them on election day From bit ter experience they have learned the truth of tbat old campaign tale of tho negro who played RepubliC3llon accordinrsttthefinally said to the Republican You may come in but youll have to leave your mule outside And the mule is still outside and will remain outside so far as the Republican party is concern ed When he is needed to carry another burdens y on Novem bier 7 next he will be summoned to take the bit and be saddled Louisville Times i The Skirt Is Coming pow Tho skirfhas surely gone up as high as its going to and now jt is coming down The shoe makers know it anu it is a mat ter of business with them to kno too They haw taken about two inches off the tops cf the new fell sliced This new skirt is not coming way doyen however It will btop about tq the rankles fho tendency too is toward straight and narrower lines But It will be a long way from the hobble Woaien having been lobbied once are not likely to be hobblud again Thats where the delights of freedom come in By the way Uallol of Paris was among tile first of the sponsors furthis longer skirt The pert flaring and bon tnt skirt will still be worn but tt has lost its novelty ana that was the best part of it Lots of women however thought its youthful nes the best part They claimed that you couldut tell the grand mother from the graudlaughter when viewed from behind by jvearin it But you see the granddaughter dosunt care about this if a new style seems more attractive and the pour grandmother must submit I does seem as though obth an fashion are always ip league quite forgetting that middle age and old ago have aspirations about being tastefully clothed biiaca Margaret Gould in tb4 mete mber Woman Home Corn panf n fut tv t J j RYyo 7 JL i Iaking Ppf Saves Hequi I T aDd 4 r 0 SaYes l 1 i11j jj 1 H tt J aDd J 11L 0 t J ts li t Mak ci i J I i r Receives 50 Reward rB S Kiicart a few days ngo received a reward ot 50 for re covering ap automoHile whidt had been stolen in Oho Recent a man who gave hjs name as- H aston and his baste M iis lIewBuickJ of Columbia tor ISO At this amount represented only abort carIdrMeyersoffered the mad = 50 cash and told him he would tend him a closets for 500 as won M he wa ablel to establish the strangers owrar chip Tne propoeilio WM ac cepted Shortly after reeivitar the 50 the straug diMpfMicd end his whereabput jars ill known TaroM h Ibe Mfial 4Mi tber and license tags itwas tLui that the machine belo 9 to a jHamilton Ohio man and that lIt thad been atdlen trots ia irtol tbe courthoEse intbat cityl Ticar was insured aada r prt ent re of the insurance cotrput jwho came for it retinwdl Mr Meyers and also paid the reward tto Mr Kincart Lebanon En terprise How Sad There are a greed mss coal ties in Kentucky that art noted for and thing or another aM are matiog themselves koown by their chief products For ii stance when you think of straw burry culture Warren county naturally comes to jour salad Pendleton county iiIr the hoe ot sweet clover Bardin couBtyfa the leading poultry cbmmtyof the State and is receiving Battee al repntaion thereof Boirbe i county is nbted for it 4 Burls tbacco and blue grass Hick rlit thanwany other county in tbe State u and tho yield is the him pcf aims ot auf county 3r UM UjMlNl Stiti And Marl uMiler tfw 1siperwttlis reelasi Uaeaaselvss ocr times 1I14 Bit we Muiaottki lr eft a t1ARM rl- world 11Ire It a UcahlHIIIe a11 i r c TiM dsM acMit M Tit rIIIi jllad WdnesiJ trir walk wa tLa tti bra poitrfrstL 1 Xa8ia l lion at T IkVII 3Ue f I r1 4irt li1fM p iy eprti ik at ieitviwi ltltt thf aHII Ill tlMt iitt Iles4 l wMt bis IhMt lakhlgsite UM i ttf i ot harlac Okw a Jfre foiaff IB hie leatfBf Mops 1tW MMMr ibe 0d Mieer tTltailBt f l Ridgy ka ftilrai Its fti ihhaa ssveik wv A tolaflaT iTJMrtIMI f t DHA tillm PMcefe Ma aptto e 4 ak Heiariae Aif Nth dll1 fn a ail aiMigaliea by ttie- trjlaf 1 f- tQHMw M Sttir wr towfiffb MeMieit frtftoa pall of kai ye tlesa ISTofteptl w aT I awkjr 1 Ilmpt K11V tl ra- aottroe to tlis lust 1Mwas b dca rr1lg12onltsQrrtB- ikhek IIII Arm emyaJM knew IbO v aatil ha wrr reified W t JWthe Xotiretmat r I 4 rlN lNY i lrUDLlJj 5HLL 1 x OFOOOD JIOOSEfA8D J 1 o TtIJ iiAsExecutor of MIl wfll of Mary J rema ties tt- tOn Saturday Ptem erJtAT 3e O4tOCKeM Sell to the hlt1Net d the The bNAs ptee elttMlMe Macy B Cettieerte i fcburchI f6 ea M tiattbsTiiare IRltl1tk bay lot eel ms iiciSHB eutaiMr r MM aerS of fr liS4 kb s r ttllrl MiI r IMiUcMc aKN Y paid tlsMk seta 1 ilr- nklihrheed TERIC TlM H fMrtr Win fce MM fcr s irtetix8Mtw aite beetttitt ebi IM tae ddate lritatiit praii rnrei4r =i ay peaea t i iJ ii- t 1 r wa4rCorcoran r iCapt TWm3lromf AugtHmtw t F 1 iriri- t C NWS4AILRb 5MPI CFIELDfICY i JIIJurwrJzTTxvJDA iff r IJMKSIIMC 5Pfl POUN iIers Bishrs t t ti at Ute Spriritneld Ky Post oas elUMaII Eatter fIJ talit atttiwiM to announce WJf VOORHIES 4 M a MMKdat for Jailer of Washings J 1siiisst7 subject to the etiqd oft Y titt ixsawerfttk primary Auguaisi t pMt idurable stir bas been iiiBUU Qjficlal and Po liitoal cirelMjbjrtkte tslg9a ion 1 f of Thoaoa B pregor tfs EiecUun Tbt e wa some ffaolooer to If wh the GovI appoint ji minga tiKMffct by soaej that gapgpjnt M tM would ndt be a bona fide f 5 jpMican a the law requires I BQSVSLaI1 doubts oa the qesitie willow be silenced as apf 4Dted Mr Thomas 0 Jack of Lebanon and people whoI r ksw lir Jackson know thatbe a fc a Man who ttalfSa Tor just wjttt be ays be does They aiI k ow bJBi to be a Republican II JII 1U and Republican in fact waaiioStrike t 1 ri TV I r r ri T T A 1riRbbriAug8OA11 the 1Ics of the Administration WM brought to bear today in an raiiroaaSft w WI 0 canCel or post Sthe order calling nation wtcle tr ka Monday whilelead alii fa Congress began puvincr the iSi preterit orstop the threatened jfttf tMiria catastrophe T kla tangiblel progress was ftftde in either directiqoj2 but 4vwrbeJ8 in official quarters tobht there sill prevailedi cJjQfideace nhai in one way or Bother the walkout would be averted at To the spokesmen President Wilson J who approached them J all of the brotherhood officials I ffave the amerepythaLthe hnopower 10 recall the strike order and thb t only onfc thing loa atisf clory settlement 1S cottld keep their men at work Baiter 7 aim Labor Day Purr t 0difear and as a lirst retort the i PreiWiiHt is considering a public kf pI t01themeu themselves tto Jti14nftb rder rescinded 1r Fair Vkw Irb Xamersiu this section are patting tobacco at this writing I iirs Era Gossart and two ckildren of Barcjsiown visited relatives hers last week and at- jended revival meeting at Ml J5ioa JttiM Eya Oheatham has rc J timed home alter visiting dreads and relatives here r fiat few oflhe farmers attend flSSpringfield cia account o being o biisy in their prop Mr and Mrs Eyan HardGi J YMi ilkMr anti hsFreet OuMtbam Sunday ie partv given by Mrs y Roberta Wall of Midway Satur 4y evening wa well Attended y the young pHople bfr this Place r Mesdames Richard tidi 9rg8- Bodine wereinMaud Monday Institute Resolutions We y6ur committee on reso lutioni a submitthe following re- P tWhereas tIe teachers of Washington ccuity having peut a very profitable and in ita7estng iinstitute in the Baptist ochurch ofjBisi city and having derived incalculable Jenefit from the different teachers He It Reo1vd Thawe ex tend authn1st4ihe pastor Rev Harris for ifre use of his cnu ch aud for the interest ss shown both brihis presence nd having jBTetytnlng so finally f rradkorocOthfort aud en jojnnnt Resolved That we tender our i tce tbau1sto our Ihstructof ProfrE E Reed for his able1 and interesting instructions and hope to have him wih us againI We ftateacb teacher wilgot lb clAtbhis or ibei1 district with greater inspiration pond determination to do better work That we tender our thanks andapprecmtlon to our County Superintendent Miss Ella Shitun ty for her interest and coQper ation shownour schpolsibecause we have r alidbLgtett M provement in our schools during her administration than we ever h avebeforeS ieII b atjwe11 nani m ouslyti u do tse her reelection and that we as LelichersJgc b ckto our rospec tive districts using our iufluence iin her behaif Revived That we thankjour Secretary JSliza Davsun for hei tfficiSnt ervice That we heartijy appreciate the very able addreSser 1r4m our visitors from Danville and the presence and addresses horn all other visitors I Respectfully submitted Etiznbeth Uiark Bessie Davidson Brdie Dawson SlierffsalcB- y i t r virtue of Execution No I23 ieClerkscuit Court in favor of S Ar Russell against BP11 Gardner I or one of rcy deputies will On MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 WIt between the hours of 1OO oclockpr CourtHo1SoofWashingtonSale to the highest bidder the following property or so inuch thereof may satisfy the amount of the Plaintiffs debt interest and costa towit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky and bonndod on the north by St Rose aifit Lurotto pikr on the wed by Dr Wright and tod Ball on south by Kidwell heirs and J D Stunfield on the east by J jhn A Medley and sohool house lot and contains 28 acres and two roods There jexempted from this bbundary 14 acr yUardaerAmount of debt interest and cost 34749TERMSSale will be toads on a credit of three months bond With ap proved security roqulred bearing terest at tbe ate of 6 per cent per an nlim from day of sale and hovlng tilie force and effect of a sale bond This 21th day of June 1916 iH U EDDDEMANSW C W9Pi SiWe Bar nsy Soro is Black Mare slii 4 S Mare Uyears old Way Mare 2 Tfc On 4 J Cow 5pH f7 VHOMAKE THEKENTUCKY STATE Photos by Cuslck Louisvillp Ky Top Row beginning at left Fred R Blackburn J Lewi CohenKentuckyttateThe Kentucky State Fair has not Jn accordance with Topsya idea of1h r cartlily ddveat M groftad but has become tko siupeadoiw isnil Important enterprise It k through the acumen and sreuisss ability of a coterie of men nsodtsJy uiasklng their Idontltlee lMtilllHl Usa general doelgna ics of of Agriculture Kentucky Stale Pair Soeretary and State Board of Ajrieulniro average Mimd tie Stale Fair bloyearly Into a oneweek pleasant to thi camaualty and ful to tbe State 4aA little thought Is given to the yeoman service rendered WANTS FOR Bllfca Employee of Minneapolis LJbrary Brings Suit In a Case That Ea nbllshes a precedent Hilton byft man ho ejected from the branch public library at tho Gate way Japk Smith employed at the bfcmch demands damages from the lcity under the com pcnsatlon act Jerome Jacmnan ot the city Icpnl department said Smiths claim was the most unusual that had ome to his ntotlce A drunken man entered the IK brary said Mr Jackman Mr Smith started to usher him out The fellow SmithsIon tho thumb and index finger He has had the wound dressed four times by a physician and U seems slow to heal Mr Jackman gave tho opinion that Smith probably Is entitled to com pansatlon for loss of time and for medical attention Jou C Tenements Improves Into the homes of the people llgto lmd air have and they have acquired legal claims The first censof taken under the new tenement hous law found 361000 dark and airleaIrooms In houses unfit to live of them without any windows at alL Thrfye ore sun more than 60000 win doTless rooms left In Greater New York but they are going When the last of them Is gono wo shall able to fight tuberculosis and win The dark halls have been lighted Life measusIpassed has a human llfo lost by flro In any of the hundred and odd thousand houses for lack of means of eecapo or other fa iHa In construction In the ten years preceding 1894 25 persona perished in tenement house fires not counUng the firemen vrbc Hied In efforts to savo them Joco null In Century Macazloo Many Animals Kltieo anlmah1lforhdtstroYed my other aninyil nearly 3200 bolnn killed Wlldcate worD second in tht casualty list of theao BJSmeetnv violent ends Tbta came bOars th death list being 24C Other animal killed In numbers were wolves lynxes and mountain lions Over in the Coconlno for act were cleared of prairie dogs br IS se of poison PuLio S7LE4 Of the Beautiful Farm as CHERRY UhILfAIISQ Live Stock Crops IImplements f In to dissolve phrtnerehip we will sell to the highest and best on the premises on Thutsday Sept 7 I1916 ft 4 PROMPTLY AT IOO O PM t ir The farm known as Cherry Hilli and t5CONTAINING ACRESt r this form is situated 2 miles from Spring edcn the Blrd tuwn pltro only about 80t yards 8t C th rin CuilIr Btpck b rn and alli necessary outbu Jdjngjj ami One of the protiisiboru in the uountiy All under guocLfatfce well wterod and in good s ale parlies will ho shown over HefIlfl9Sat any time i PERSONAL PROPERTY5ycars old bocernulecoltby rrel oldSflMcnown S tamdnpol JoUnjby JIWr4bIya 1leriet 2ywufold 9eowcslvsbysica witcaIve iFtvj 1fer2pro1j fU ZtiI4 Steer I OasBIl 8eiitIiTd T MEN FAIR jtnterprlBO Cetnniiaclojipr To theI DAMAGES worklngmana I Minneapolis penetrated bo s been corisldarable 4llOM4acrcs Mudd known order bidder LOCK Mudd 152 12 ooultivaUun Interested 14years Yearling haySr4w ont5UIiorseagoiioooSet Leather wagon UarnerfSi Stt lead harnchs harnessQoodDeering binJer Mowor Pay RaUe Cultiyarbr BreaU ing plows Wheat Drill and alot of other farminc tools TERMS LIBERAL AND ANNOUNCED AT SALE7 W W DR ED MUDD by the officials operating the vast ma chlnory of this Important exhibition It is but Just however that Ken tutklans at large be imade acquainted with apd appreciative of the forceful oificials to whom In large measure Is duo credit for the success of the Fair and above Is presented speaking theBoardretary who are the men behind the mammoth show- Kentuckys emblemjoined hands bespeaking union brotherhood and loyalty typifies the spirit which IsI moving and Inspiring these workers for the groat home coming festival agricultural oxhlbltlbn and tall cele CZARS Kentuckyweek September enthusiasm been sponsorInchief Kentuckyscoworkers theKentuokenthusiastic hospitable hand fellowship that Kentucky handInevent pages Kentucky State 1liJWW WWWwWtll ihtiji i Ji IiOi PUBLIC SALE IOf Fine Washington County FaFfliflg Lands j On es 1ATi1 tATS aft the rey oAce of the late Martin V apading on the St 3 j1 Rose and t rtretto turnpike offer for sale to the highest Spuidinge ii e 00 AEoThis land s tnated on a turnpike road with old fdshHiijed dwelling good orchard welt watered 5a larkfe amnuntof new innd suitable for growing to Jbacco This farm wil1 be offered in sepaiaU cf e suitable tize to SUiL purc1iet and will be void i3 reusoimbld erms will be made known on day of sale J lor farther information call on the undesigned T F eIj fIff EIS M Campbell Aucionaer 5I f 1f 1ft tfffl If t P4qiPMt I = Fourteenth Annual j KENTUCKY Sfate FAIR LOUISVILLE September 1116 1916 WjJHLDS GREATEST SADDLE HORSEH 0 E SHOW Daily Trotting Pacing and Running Race Clean Qnrf UlrlurOU Grand Military Pageant Athletic dJIU Glassy MIQWiy Tournament Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Free Auction Sale of JJureBrcd Livestock Thursday and FridayS RducdR R Rates40OCO in Premiums Address J GOOCH Serretary Suite Prl Republic Bldg Louisville Kentucky DISCOUNT ON CHECK Painter Lear cd Something About How Buslnocs Is Conducted In tho Ream of Nicholas When Profe nbr Tuzen the Danish artist nad flnsliod his great work The Coronatl of Edward VII he received It ap ors an order from the Russian empa cjr for a copy of this painting for t ilch tho czar was to pay 12000 rub 16 In duo cours the profesRor repaired to P troiradl deliver tho painting He was graD d an audience With the crar who exi r seed his satisfaction with the plcu and who handed thaI professor an o er for the sum agreed upon i f When the 3fossor presented th check for p y ent he was told thatI an order frcn the emperor was sub jJoot to a dl i i nt slid he had there fore tp acqc a sum Considerably emslfer than pio face value of the JkJ Before hi departure from Russia the profosso sBd a farovie1 audjcnce with the ez4who In tho course of conversatlor r sked him Did you got your rnnf professor Professor con replied that he had not Intended to mention the matter but since blat majesty himself raised the question hQ would say that heIhad received oply part of the money At this that czar seemed not at all calmly made out an tar the sum which hadurprlsedautaut d from the original thus Tuxen rot his j noney Washington Star I L a j villd the of 1116 and a statewide has created flclafs their aides from and all eager of good and they urge an epochal and ode which will blazon the of Fair history good grod house and tracts upn which S t and Prbes W iju Getting Even A young woman employed in a La fayetto bank in acknowledging a courtesy shown by an Indianapolis young man who lives at the Y M C A Inclosed a heck for five cents only for payment for service as er rand boy She remarked to the young mans sister that he wouldnt hays the nerve to cash Jtv Tho young man enjoys a Joko and when the check Is returned to tho Lafayette bank It will bear In addition to tho stamp of several banks a list of Indorsements which will show it had done duty as a circulating medium among the young mans Indlanapollt friends The young man Is looking forward to what will happen among the young womans friends at tho La fayette bank when the check Is pre seated for payment Indianapolis NowJJudgtsAro you personally acquaint ad with the plaintiff In this case Witness I am your honor Judgo What can you say as to his reputation for voracity Witness Well your honor ho was once a life Insurance agent and JudgeThat wilt do Caso dls missed HlSy Appreciation I ddne kotchod a cullud mast tud der night right smack In do act running off wid muh wlfo stated Broth er Tolly Tinkum Well uhgood Lawd sahl What did yo do Aw I nlaudcd de scamp good and L 1 Such tobacco enjoyment thoughtIyou buy some Prince Albert and fireup a pipe or a homemade cigarette I Prince Albert gives you every tobacco sat isfaction your smoke appetite ever hankered for Thats because its made by a patented process that cuts out alwaysbeenWe preferto give quality JW730thh1ckha RINGEALteRT T r the national joy amo1ecIhas la flavbr as different as is delightful You never tasted th like oit 1 fat isnt strange either Buy Prince Albert every inISC1tiJyredtw tinhumidoraandthat harMdortop that keep the tobacco suchcievrtrirnalwaysl Oils and for tket land at at I and iDd 1 I CRY WAS NOT WhImpering Urchin Was Distressed Because It Was His Banana Old Gentleman Slipped on Boohoo boohoo Some one In distress thought the kindly en Of the catastrophe and was touched to flnd little lad crying over the misfortune of an elderly gentleman who bad slipped on banana and was still sitting on It collecting his scattered faculties together Good little boyl she exclaimed patting him on the back Im glad you feel sorry for the poor gentleman and didnt laugh when he fell down and hurt himself But you must try and dry youi tears dear he lint badly hurt No he aint boohoooo iruss luck replied the whimpering urchin lndlctlveJyOIl wish was it was my banana he did It oal Weeklj raIWapi Remarkablo tsurfrevr rMM A operation nas Mea performed in hospital at Prague by Dootor Horak on girl of sixteen earned Marie Hubacek She waa aufIferlng from boat in her right arm and was seat to Prague to have tho arm amputated Doctor Ho rak however decided to replace the diseased part of the bone by part taken from dead per on immediately after death For this purpose utilized girl wfeo died ix hospital from bullet wound In the temple The dead girls right arm Wail amputated and part of it sized to reo place the diseased portion which bad been removed from the girl Booactki arm The operation was so MCceMtwt Uutt now Hubacek uses her right se M rail as haters hsfMUma TOO BUSY TO LEQI8LA1IK business men Is bewailed by our iprightly the Wall Street Journal IJ whichwould like to 6W this state of affairs reversed U the recent in tradewere to be long this might be but nototherwise The reason business men are not in congress is that they dint want to bt there they are too busy New York Hwtud LCopJrlrbliftC Umsof tld7 rdwlfl read Pro imokp1p hr sod bfor5 it And Men who think they cant smoke pipe or roll ciga PrinceAlbertout certainly have big surprise and lot of enjoyment coming their way as SQOn as they invest in supply Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story R REYNOLDS CO WiMMS1im N C t I Qwners1II 1 I Auto Repairingof all Kinds Auto accessories Gasoline Agent f RcRuMk MileageTires Tubes Trouble car your fcoaBtwI afl I times night day Phones 138W ij8J It Springfield Qarat fi 1 I i F W BAUMBAUER Prop I F I Main St FREE AIRDRIVE SprufficU 1011r SYMPATHETIC ladySboohooooIa a e remarkable a a a diseased a corresponding a he a I a QtlltheQtll contemporary depression protracted accomplished on a a ta a a t t J TOBACCO t e Can You Afford Any but a Tittuij Kerosene Engine 1 IAT present average prices for keroseatijid gaso1i eJTitn keroSehecn aa aft Itheir owners about zuc per hOCSCOWttr rFigurting is 88c an hour 88b in a phour day I8 k ioo days of Work Say that is all your engine 6e k a year It would cost you8S more tiwa yrM run an 8 horse gasoline engine one year That M MeNtthana third of the price of the engine Gam you deE to throw avly 88 a year Can you lord eve t UkuakiSC r buying a gasoline eng ne when you can let ivThJata tkmEehasI tMtdd IteriationaiHarvcstcr Coapaiy ilIIIJi kcacsh4 t r AD keroeca cngtM ssMbp fr McClure cr Simms PPitysicIansAdYlie I 1WlooLPrSyrpsIyreliable attiv jrU TWS es IIIstomach and Jxwels and greatest posaiM sccy ta pstlllousness sick headache fevertsVness cosciiatuissc etc Try VIII XAflWRSYRJ I DR R J HAMILTON pS1PGflLD ICy 0 ieea Mate CHs trtPkoa 1O N A YJIMn JII N 30o P Y D JGiIIUDItI Ill hI1tt1 j 8to9attt cOtt J botlPsr 1 to 2 p m 6r rVtrfeaA Drug Store s HYATTi0 ss itat prinKfield State 1I clam hours 1080 a m Ulf M4koi pm f Wft GRIGBY ATTORNEY AT LAo tiIV I rleopiea Uk SWM TOILO KY k r I 1 mmr DENTISTCJfcn YeE HaritoB it Barber faaitl work atraottable price 1n kparaaa i DOtSEY tDORSEY r LAWYERS I jyijfil 1iLoItsVil1i k lOjMirs experience louis viil bare Special attention to eollftctlons and adl stmeDtsIi SPECIAL TO WOMEN x M ttjeottooikal cleaaalBg and Hf=filial ot au MitteepUcs Is A suiuiis AMIII11 PwJr Iew b hs hiII wMras teidei- As ameikiaal aatlseptlc for douche la iuwwt l fry feaialae Ills Ithas no equal Jiw1Mnt tire Lydla E Pini ham- Msi6efa Ce gas rMo ended XTUUUU la tfcetr priraU correspondeaca with w t whk proves its superiority Weea wko kave been cured say AtsIraOTtois foe lrfebox or by malt II IMatdetTsU t0Boston XaM TREES j 13Vadtand EbShrub Asparagus Rhubarb Bdgingt etc Everything lort isOrCataloyB tHilleiiejcriSone 1841 Lexington Ky 3916 lAD STDIACI TROUBLE IYHWI MDtUriou Tiiel VneertLau I had a bad atom Mh tN bIiE for years sad WMk I could hardly walk WIlE My appetite was becameIwe td soteetI I bloated WMfcsAiMrvea I tried tYs witlM t help I saw VInol adver ftlwbJi well Eo I1IAn8KALLIJVtool is guaranteed to tone up theCtired overtaxed and weakened e rv eC the toccl1PM create strength r JAPANESE AN ABLE ORATOalI Yewii atiMfent Has Carried 6Twe J w PrUbe Within a Remarkably aIMrt Time Oma of the most Interesting tea tvris of the international students rivals held at San Francisco Gal last Aufust was the oratorical contest Jsc a prize of 54 offered by Director fl Mural J oka Barrett of the PanAmero Seas nalon for the best oration on the MBfrct eC PasAmerican relations 4TiN wteasr eC the prize Mr Rea rae te a seaior in the economic d farUMBt at Stanford university l JIe was bars la Hlogo J4psa Ftsnwry 3 1891 After Japani lac k1s s OBdary education in Ile cases to the United States and entered the San Jose HIgh schoolJ at iki tk Paelflc sad the following year tiMsierrsd to Stanford university Ja Nay 1I1S Mr Hlrao won th flip rise of 150 In an oratorical con tit e Japaese American relations keN trader the auspices of tho Jap anese Association of American Collegv Graiaates The winning of two prizes wIt M a period of three months stsssys the hrilllaut young Japanese as aa crater and thinker of MKy markjII tI TIME SAVINOI LOniradictingfa11f IfAre yoa a1vraya sure she is 116Li JIJ that But I am al ways sie sh can coayince Me that r fihtllHr Do1sNrlC DIPLOMACY ttJiAJ ou inoist a having th co aei wlQ u at seT oclock evi ftJ 1 You iem get upI 1 TOWNS m1 7TJi i5H vnw iWiii LscJ Happenings r Inttres the Freshest and Latest AI1AbsutYMrselfa Friends I awl Acquaintances t r fMM 44Ls4 AS Pgo g R Brown Kid well insurance flgemsi and real estate dealers prin Sell Ky Life Accident Fire to r FOR SAl3One ccoker andl canner in firstclass condition used only one season There will be a pie uppe- given at Pleasant Run SchoolI Everybody We have installed a new welding machine to well all kinds of broken casters Bringus your broken castings nnd save money BarberfOn every purchase of 1 0 morn cash atmy store you will be presented with 5 percent of purchase price With some article out ofstock A C Kimball Watch our advertisements iin this paper for full particulars of 01niceday afternoon between 8 and 5 McClue Simms The remains of the wife of lee Mitchell colored were brought here Tuesday from Lake for burial She was com mitted to the asylum a few months ago suffering from acute mania t I desire to sell privatoly my tWQ houses Oue is locatedon Lebanon hill and the other on the Percy ville pike For further information call at this office or W R Janes Lotus Ky t JBasifc ever occurred to you a worn ut range wastes I money in burning too much fuel and spoiling food A range ex pert who will have charge of the Majestic demonstration during the week commencing September llth will show you how the Majestic range cuts down lipase hold expenses McClure Simms 3Jhe Cjentral Baptist Associa ionIis holding a meeting at this weak Quite II large crowd is in attendance ind a number of prominent min are delivering interesting each day Dinner is served on the ground One of the old landmarks of the city of Springfield is being torn down The briC build ing near Brown And lons Livery Stabla which in many ways tith the history of the town has been sold to be removed from the premises and the dismantling begun yesterday morning The old building was conduct 1IMri miliarly known as the Rawling The brick walls had be werae about to fall down Monday was County Court da there was a fairly large crowd iin town and some stock sold on the All stock soldl for high prices A number of publiq sales were made at the Court Honse The Ben Edwards farm neap town was purchased by Joe Spalding for 67 par acre Thisi farm is deslteabJy located und in 1gpod cocdhion Mr Spaidingis oue ol the heat farmers in tlr county and can be depended on leade fairly and lI TOPICS II rM rttxev9rr bring ij to a higher state of cub tivaiion The property on Big h Street of the late Anthony Grun dye Wl18 sold to the highest bid der and purchased by Dr wil- son McEtjuy colored for S450 The C N Willett land new Valley Hill being a 42 acre farm NrWillett for 4505 This landl iis Iintine Cartwright Creek bottom An iigbty acre farm in tber action of Scrogham vs was sold for a good pricesMr and Mrs Roy Coyle are rejoicing over the arrival of a finegirl urThe f kitchen ware free to every pur chaser of a Majestic during dem castration week is genuine It iis an out anaout gif to every purchaser ofu Majestic rangeJand the price of this range with a reputation remains tbJ s me Ste this demonstration during pttmber11thMcClure Simms School Begins Monday rThe Springfield Graded School openti next Monday September 4th for a ten months term lhiRJ is the first year to have a ten months term in this school the former terms have not been morel than nine months but the board this jear decided to have a ten months term that being the term herd inmost alt other grad ed schools throughout the state The teachers for the coming term are Professor ColvinPrin ciple Misses Jennie Redding Emma Noonan Betty RuodI ClayIbroowill take the grade taught last year by Miss Scott and Professor John White wili teach the grade taught by Professor Hill The music classes will be un der the direction of Miss Char lotto Simms Farmers Chautauqua A meeting of the farmers o f the enacts was held at the Court House last Saturday for the purI pose of organizing the farmers with a view of holding a farmer- Chautauqua at the Fair Ground- sometime in the fan whea there 1r1Iheld in other counties with great success one held receLtly iin Bttrdstown drew to the Fair Grounds a Jargercrowdlhan the Fair Mr W C McOhord address tt led the meeting calling the at of the farmersvto thead vantages of organizing and pay lag proper attention to selection demIonsudvisye with the farmers as to the bet otjfarminji Lion were signed by Jft number present anti will be duly lodged rtIor record Automobile Bargain If taken atoncE one 5passen1 claass condition 230 Inquire at thisi office- 0 OOtOOQ00400400004000 X OO 81 0 O Noticeo 0 g I Q MrsKate0 8 0 iams Williams JMillinery store and Q 0 settle accounts by September lit After 8 9 leavehooksI 0 9 I 9 for Fall business Will greatly appreciate it if you will call promptly Q o I thank you for past favors and ask gg- t qa continuance ofsame for new firm Q a Respectfully Q Q N MRS KATE WILLIAMS g Sates of Tqwn Prope ty The importait sales of town property Will be held on next Saturday afternoon viun the property of Lav Bronn known as the Medley propf Ie sold to the highest biailjer ns will the property of the w Mary E Corcoran 6pth of pieces of property are very de sirable and any one oontemplat ing moving to Springtield aooujd not rail to sue them PER ONAIi Mr J L Harmon of tine Howl ing Green Business University together with his wife are the guests of relatives heroL mMr Martin Bi lot Louisville pent a few days hero thei aruest of relatives last week Mr H L Smith has returned from a trip to Dawsou Springs Rev E V Flood of tt1 Rose iteat Soldrick Hospital lie Leb anon II Hon J W S Clementsof Lou isville spent from Eriday until Montay here t Judge T F Burkhead of Owensboro was here Saturday Mr Ricketts BoulwJre of Lou iisville iis at home this week Mr Thomas Spaldingof Notre I bymeMissj turned to Lebanon after a fromI to friends here Quite a crowd of persons here will go to HodgenvU ne Man day to hear President Woodrow Borbra Kuhn has re turned to her home in Nashville Tenn t MMrJ3ardstownHons S A Russell tind 0 T Cunningham of Lebanon were bare Monday IMrs J F Simmsnd deuehter Catharine Mrs damei Viitatt ana Mrs SO McQill are spend ing this weetr at Crab Orchard Springs v Mr Robert Riney leftvester day fur Louisville hqre he and his wife will make their future homei r Miss Bessie Smith iis the guest of friends in Uardsiqwn Mr Lawrence OBrnn of Detroit Michigan is spending few days here the guest of hisI parents Stallingsost Georgetown is visiting at tbOJ WsStJIinsts IMiJs Mary Gleason has return led home after u vsit to rrhmd tin Louisville Mr Ferdinand K hn has ro turned to his hufrie n Nashyille Tunnafier a visit to friends In re tMr Frank Hagan of Fairfield iis visiting friends bare Mr Frank Branford spent the tiratottheweekirLouisvilleMiss l lt Tuesday for a two wleeks stay iIn housetin iMr GalJeWlr ri ton spent i3ardstovny Misses Katiu Oaf Mary Can Ya y and Louise bhader are ylajt lug friends in St JLouis Miss Sue Dunca entertainer a number of her fr ends Wednes day afternoon 1JrsJ W L Mc leUond is iii lag frs IP L Holnon- lJteJi lJI Miss Mary Waters bas return ed to Louisville after u visit MIss LaIaWate t Mrs Frank Blanford was hostess at cards Wednesdaytif ternoon Two Farms For Sale +I desire to1eJi privately my farms situated phthe St JiWse T1ejhomej acres all in grass except about dtivehiuri b ailueces3arP outbuildings The other farm contains about 120 acres more or less and close to c unty road Has small house on it and all necessary outbuild ings Mqstfv iin gr t Terms t icisonable ssjj Jail2B Hill i Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS w r J 1 Yi r p t rt== t LJJ Cr r y IILATEST1 BALL QiiLfiD wfW I cs1Are being received right along now in the Popular New Models New I Weaves and new colors All our garments are faultlessly tailored andare 1guaranteed to give the wearer absolute satisfaction The values cannotbeSurpassed Prices range from 1 S15I i TO S5O THEkuiT If t J v r 1 J I MRAf Separate Skirt i 1 Latest Fall Models and m all the lleading VooIenMatexjalsandat iILct CLOTHINp HATS AND SHOES Fall Line of Clothing Hats and Shoes for Men and Young Meisgaow 0Jt 4spJty itr Iiii IIThe inspection Drop in and we will be glad to shpw yoft NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AT OUR STORE p GOLI 0 J t llt The Education Association torI Division No2 will trees ooresville Saturday n atI Misses Shewmaker Nally flays Language Misses in Arnold Mr I3 Sam GampbeJlI School Managcmetit w Mss Elizabeth Isham Recitation Mr Sam Walls Address Supt Ella DShaunty Address on Consolidated Schobls The patrons Prof Geo tr stO CoJvinIare cordially invitd Mules For Sale 1 horse mue coming 4 years old1 mare mule 1 year old 1 mure norse mule mule 1 year old 1 uqlrdng JH Walker Good Farm For Sale 0I desire to sell privately my farm of 120 acres on the BaruV fromsSpciagAeld Alt firstclass strong land half of it Cartwright creek bottom Farm is well improved has on it large dwelling wood tobacco and stock Burn well watered and has a good orchard Write call or phoneljl BEN QEOIL R P D 1 Notice To Road Contractors hats1 proveinent of State Aid Road in Washington County Kentucky callOnurtHouse in SpengUeld Ky until 12 oclock noon Sept 13 1910 The work prouoseti to be donp involves approximately 500 cubic yards os uxcayatiou 4800 cubic vurds of surfacing concretetSix mile nurJacing 9 ft wine Approximately 4800 cubic yds crushed rook A certified check for S50 submitred alltbids is reserved Plana and spec tication may ba seen and form of proposal obtauind at the office ofJ A Vyeoff County Clerk Washing ton Kentucky also at the De partment of Public Roads Frankfort Kentucky J A WYOOPP County Cl6rk v DrlftlnoIsecret of want at success in life 13 a tendency to let things drift It IS not much the missing one opportunity or the com- mUting one blunder as the lavish waste of all did forces opportunities which in various shapes como within tho grasp It is too slovenliness omen t and women which for the most part make their lives so unsatlsfac wry They do not sit at the loom with keen eye and deft fingers but they work listlessly and without a sedulous care to piece together as the hit may the broken threads We are apFto glvo up work too soon to suppose that a single breakage has ruined the cloth The men who get on in the world are not daunted by one nor a thousand agei John Moreley ffngllsh Grouse Season Tho season for grouse pLbotJng ned in Great Britain on the 12th day of August but predictions are that it will be the poorest year for this sport that has been knot 90 century and tho chance of lcv l for the birds will be rrQo- ver because there are fewer Ci London papers say that only hair the grouse moors In tbtfnorth of England and in Scotland have Neon let and everywhere routs shootlug privi logos are 50 per Clot lower than last ydar ntoreovorelderly men and offl oers on leave from the front will Lave the BhooUag practically to themselves for almost evory sportsman of mill iary age is lighting for his country- The demand for grouse in London it far below too usual ovall as grduso regarded as moro of a luxury than aver before It Is said that tho bag will not be so large as heretofore bo cause of the small number of beaters up of the game only old men betas left for this work Th grouao seem to bo in luck LimIt uioations to Tljree Thero is a limit The number or coCktails highballs times and other flavored and perfumed llbatlpns known to possess a alow sinuous undulating recoil action familiarly known as a kick that m be ooasumod at one sitting is Just three The threerouad limit applies however to a relatively small zone of operations but never tl4JfHA popular one Tito rule has been promulgated by a leading hotel for guidance of the fret quant rs of the public room mown as the lounge and rhibh Is most crowdcfl during the afternoon tea hours Since this room 14 designed for the special jomfort of women and t o mere man can purchase anything in it unless be Is escorting one or more of the fair sex there is a suspicion that the rule bad the women in viewwhen designed San Franciscol Chronicle englluh Lawns as W v It is often dto admprehecl troro cittii map the slgnlflcanco ot uifferent movQtaonts and the strategic mlUQ of cerlaln positions in the pros cut European because of the vast territory involved SeeKing to get around this difficulty several English lawns iavo been experimentally con Yirted Into largo scale open air maps On these huge plats one can actually stroll up and down the firing line1 observe how close ones position is to that of the enemy and In general gala a comprehensive idea of rogresr In warring operations Small national flags marls the positions each country armies occupy and the towns are indf sated by small posts also appropriate Iy flagged Colored tape staked down at intervals shows the location of riv ers and small stones set jn the sod spell out namei of tho Various dli trlgUi Popular M chanca Masatln The Art meet Closed The European warwas tho subjeci of the conversation Tho two men ward seated sldo by uldb in chairs is ono of the downtown one irm lunch rooms They had fdught over several ot the battles and had also proved their ability as diplomats by disposing of a number of tho most important questions Involved in the great strug gle But even then they had been unable fully to settle the war Stilt they disagreed on some of the main facts Oh well nobody is going to be licked one of tho lunchroom diplo mats remarked with much emphasis talIJonseated near the two Ho turned ly QuickI Yes but when tho war every country will be broke he And it Is much worse to bo T roki than to bo licked and am speaking from experience In the face of this expert teatlmo r the argument was closed At the Boarding house New Cook anxiously r Ther art 14 more to be served maam and wove nothing but dirty dishes Landlady Hey George get the gravy Cornell Widow A Wagoner ShoI think that sonata is the most noting muslt I over heard HoNo the rattle fit a furnltur r Mats it all Mtey f rpUBLIC t sSALEjL i 11t= Haying soldmy bs11m ii Sptif jf rT ttlflI = F I SaturdayS t d SsptS 22- AT li iJ hf J ONE OCLOCK PM Sell fo the highest bidder atj public = Iiauction my Rouse and LoCI I = i Situated Lebanon L rtjon Street HOIK rt7= 9 rooms and all modern mfrtjtmc s r and necessary awtbuMnff WJi Ai I 7f tT t seU4or 5buildwy lots 60foot frt by 430 feet tofferedt t tF and soldm the Way to tealizetIe m = most money It iii one off tlte Mitt de itt sl able homes m Springfield If rs Terms made known on day df sjilit 1 f L T BROWN II It i a 4p La JV 6 r n ti- I f o e b 1 Itt TOTliellblicII I I 1 l f f I will cnnlinne the business of B D Lake AC a4 f IiII Ii riIJeIIico CoalI r v I IDto come and exmjaemy stock btfot buying Hav i just received a car lo dbt I NORTHERN O IRS j I ThattI sellat 57c per ti sWl 140 por hundred Chickeir feed wUhovtgiriti ftttBest Jellico Coal loaded with tork Ids IIr pY IIBranand seem s sl cC Prices wrirt B D Lake 1 ill iJL= L r Foiv SALE Good 12acre tat on i from SpangdolU well improved halving on it a good house good barn two jvelli alii spleniid orchards InqujA at t is office 14fa ybll Mfr seta ih rMla a- tMai a 7fIlIit I ea taw wt Iileave- ti fl mp lls Istee t rra t1 t qasItwsstrMb otIOIII e lOlaah Is t 7 STANDS TO WIN n000 IN RACE s WUO VAAII ITALIA t osaf OUT fO S PVMC IIN CIMONMAT1 EVENT r L Dy t i pssdruy Wert JItMff WO yI aSkM Derio Rests the dimiau tive ats racfate star wli the irst fcrteriMitloeaL sweepstake ece wKM Iwklch the new CteclnU Spufrray at iearomvllle will e pint bii Labor Day Septeea bar j te tfcter jceeeely will tI Ala 1OIM wilk am addition pros p4Ct tit 11800 If he follows tke driv t Ls be Maally atl ota lIz A big Jfcfes This 2ortifoIt is aotn IC fjie will cone tb Jtelta rea two sources The certaia reward eJ flZflif conies from tIe Cindwuttly SpeellHray isanafemeat that amont tit belJWMt aside out of the 30000 parse Jor the winner of the race The J aidrttotl 15eOO represents the prize moaey offered by various Manufac J torari ef accessories for the driver winiteff the most points during 191G At psfeeat Resta aas 2400 pIta to 1ila etedK nearly 700 more than hi- s1wt coapeUtoIni wlanlac the I MffTCUKlnaati event Vlll add frorn t eNtle 1000 more points to his score aeoMUc to the number of starters 111 UN race A further reward of 1600 Is i wlkl through three prizes oft yM Mtck offered Ay the Speedway a 4matf for the drivers leading t I Mf mi 26Q miles respectively JMiipt ako are several valuable tripMii which Resta may annexJn f cteMNT tM Boach 1000 trophy 1p nletlllC the 191S championship and MT Ml prizes offered by Cincinnati wbsiu LU for special perform UIti themcaafeMtaftts fee tke 1916 cksmplon aWj Maid MIl iadlcatcs that while tA2s1the1eadatprezenttherear rkiaii te 1d the title and the Ule M that foes with it Xir1ver PointsDae4S Jtta ZoJtaMk n Palma 1670 MY TUcknbacher 1570 l Milton 680 55isW DAleno 610 f Pete Beodenon 4S2 31 DavelAw1 aso 320FI 30JrQVr ROJDoneUF 185 108CB Oldfleldi 80 Sell StrlBfccf 55 George Aoms 55 Jrrl Cooper 65 H Wilcox Billy CbanJler J 41 t1 r Wktaon ss M Sorenion 7 1 3- 5ChrlJohnzon 30 JftCk Gable 30 7 Mccarthy r 25 Ova IJalbo 20 W J Muller 39 lJfitruflIcfthrreeAm interesting light Is thrown ea lee longevity of the trees that grew tkg Ute timber line of the Rocky sabeatalas by Ends X Mills in his RQCkTMountataWO saysCA few timberlino trees live a thou send years but halt this is a ripe old ace for zaoet of the timberline yet etaas The axe of these trees can tfst Wicet by their size or by their rqdheral appearance There may beI eeaturfes of difference in the ages of tire amtmarss treea of similar size growStag within a few yards ot each other da the shelter of a crag One WU t feet high and 16 Inches in diame ter a4 kfil 337 annual rings Tho flys4fv kuisrei fcid Dihetytwo years rOsejiayi fcy Ursunny and sheltered fIds ef a Bowlder 1 mund a tiny seed ikeartr at sa altitude ot 11800 feet How splendidly unconscious It was I jrf Its jiize and its Bitterly wild cur rbta 41iigs This brave plus bore a dafMy come yet a drinking glaze would avercoHiplletely koused both the tree CompanionCti I Deer Johnnies Passing f All this stuff about the Johnnies being lined up at the stage door of t the musical shows waiting for the Dehorns to appear is buncombe Take itt from a front row girl She says the ch Plea t tho stage door Is a thing of the past and that the only thing in Ute alley to greet then at 1120 oclock Is am empty ash barrel iTttSUelepftOBe and lames are respon slbleJ There are ao more crush motes 9Iandileggie ts not there with his gaze JUge eart either Neither are there I any more matinee idols It is not so- muck fun as it used tobe she ad JBlts Nowadays we make all oar tdtcs by telephone so the old fOe linance Is gone So too are the mull PittsJburgh tf Astronomy Suffers From War Astronomical rese rCh regarding the earth will be curtailed It not co tlreiy stopped owing to the contlnu 4 anqe bf the European war according Ioan linnouncement at Chabot ob Iservatory by President W M Meyer r ef TJkiah CaL He explained that the jprofesfiors in charge of the observa a t rl6f Jim Japan Wily and Russia have refused to send either observations or fdlgs to the headquarters of the In fijleraatlonai Geodetic association U iJJotsda1ll ji UsefuJi Volume 0 I Book Agent Heres a volum- crammed with useful informatics youjkowI Housewlfe DoJxt want It One fcant get any kelp la this tows to manage j AgentThen heros another chapter Jai the book on selfhrip I The Poor Simp This fellow the straitjacket he was about ta perfect am ttOb system that would kvt it teiposaffie fer any bust 1a hea to geUlred f I fSB tkiey said k was crazys 7 Of course t Thero kas to sorat Wtate ler these girl skews luuMt T Idis 7anlftf ce of JItfM tkat sew barber scoops Ute pot doingKj Chftar T jpX la Ills chair for a hair irrpormtec anel ke pissed a 5 IIrVszosdy jeck am4 gave la psd 1 4te HrdlT41 ft J K OMBMMH Sfeas to JUT any 4 tmiMs pi lMf rick M tkes eewttrr 7z 1WIisiujittCbtaM4 MIc r t Jv TV- MADE HIMSELF OF SERVKC inflMimsH Whe CeM4nt Jeta AfMJIYet Fewid Way e ef ta tfce Cvwry k disperatloa ke tried to loin Mt iMal liefease corv but they wouWmt hayS ala there seeawe key saM M c m Ictsly si iled the leek of tkeir y rade And whet Joaes expoetalWed aad vrged that tm fvestlo ot appeer aace was a matter ef iadividvil ta aad that for his IVt ke would atlashamed to be ewad dead w4n face like that rf the commander of X company they fellI upom him with sacer hands act drilltoughened feet smd threw him gace again Then having doae his Wet JOBS wtmt back Le lie haziness A tar days ago a mall met mta to whom he related tile foregoing experiences But lye found a way 10 help he concluded tamd its a help which they cant re faze however averaged undersized weakeyed aad falsetoothed I maybe Taking a course of elementary surgery at one of the hospitals he was asked No Making recruiting speeches NoJUfltUflg overtime and doaflaysat the arsenal 1 No What thear Something rvf never done before said Jones a little shamefacedly rIrm returning incometax form tothe assessors with the correct amount of my Income SUed inLoadoa TltiBlts HardWorked Student President Hibben of Princeton ap pears to confirm the charges of the undergraduate who recently had at article In the Outlook that a college student had small incentive to work and that in most instances he could loaf Pleasantly through the course This article brought many letters to the Ontlook and the discussion took a pretty wide range President Rib- ben addressed a conference of mas tars of church schools at Wayne a Philadelphia suburb and among the theIeusly without having to exert himself for ItV He should be made to think his way out of difficulties himself Doctor Hlbtttn declared that colleges coanlve In thd tendency of the un er graduate to postpone until tomorrow thc task of today by making bis work Agreeable The teacher helps him Oi any difficulty Hartted Couraat WAR BLOTTED OUT HUMOR Cemlo Papers ef Eurepe Afce Publlen Infl Picture Which Have a QualityTWar being founded as Goethe said oa hatred necewarily tends to blat out humor Thii is what those muat bear in mind who lament thf coarsen ing and vnlgarizing which hare come EnglandFrance lealingi with the great conflict lightness of touch disappears and all that re get is a series of brutal strokes One feels it in Punch IU cariet lures of Emperor William seem M fhacked out by the sword and teaw him little human semblance liai oirly ngisliin the German paper Ulk tfcf one rather shudders that kmgha I UlelItic result terribli perhafsVkat MV imnsing This extinguishing by the war of goodnatured raillery and really witty characttrization and attack tniong the peoples iarolved was iia ffitble Inway it is a good sign It helps us to iindentand what war truly is Only when we become cairn potiblerather a pity to see tho hum triftf tcroeaf the sea 1udlITturU rii ioli 15cAw jorir Yrwixx Past SELDOM IS TRUE REFLECTION Person We see Depends on What Mirror We Leek rte and Not All Are Complimentary i INHre said Mrs Bpastlck is something that I hays always said myself and now it is to the newspa perl On seldom sees ones true reflection itf a mirror Now there is a real optimist ob served SwasUck I have always want 6d to think that Svery time I hare dunnlitag my golden locks aad trying on new wiltIon beholding my image I never knew what I sighed for AH this time have been worrying about the forblddia scowl that haunts 3iy features through no connivance on my part about the scared look of my ears and the TJlsterlsh disposition af my topknotVNow it was not Apollolike beauty comigasetmirrors said Mrs SwasUck thought fully There are some glasses that make a person look beautiful 1 would like to think that they are somewhere near right anyway Wena1 StIck r never saw Sy mirror that flattered me as much as others knock me There is a mix IlOr in the elevator that gives me a rather raflned look but most of them ImpoUlem1nnerlosque me Under this horrid arrangement I should think that ladles dressing for a ball would an want to go over to the ballroom to dress by the ballroom mirrors so they could know exact how they were going to look at the 11 It seems a shame for a woman to 581 by her home mirror only to find when she gets U the ballroom that she looks entirely different Cut contended Mrs Swastick loll sift how she wiU lpok to her ellf in the ballroom mirror that bothers her 4It is how she will look to the rest et the people at the balL But if a woman eaat ten how she looks to other people kjr looking at herself ia a mirror how is she rrer going to kmew It U rery satisfactory fo- rVWeaeTef a to WaM ti kaew a tlf how she loobaVI M8 ItVw4sM bIbMtseW- II S waist aaiiu4 wu- r t STARRAERSINRECORDNUMBERS GREATEST AND CLASSIEST LIST OF DRIVERS ENTERED IN CIN CINNATI SPEEDWAY RACE Labor Day Event Will EJrlng Out Largest field of Contestants the Present Season ofI What is certain to be tho largest member of star auto drivers that has faced a starter this season will lineup for the first international sweepstakes race at the new Cincinnati Speedway at Sharonville tin Labor Day September 4 Several elements greatIestnew worlds records than any course in America Another is the tact that the purse offered by the Cincinnati Speedway company is unusually at tractive the sum of 30000 being set aside divided into thirteen awardsI with 12000 to the winner and three special prizes of 500 each for the drivers leading at 100 200 and 250 miles respectively Still another do ducement is the inclusion of this raCe in the 1916 championship list which carries with it a cash prize of 15000 and the Bosch 1000 silver cup a4elltlona11trophle ness men for special performances during the race All these awards combine to make the race the most valuable staged 01 any American track this year The list of entries shows that tho race will bring together a number of drivers who have not met on the track so far this season While American drivers predominate there are quite a number of foreign stars among the entrants Including Resin the cham pion of last year and winner of four of the most important events of the present season including the Indian spoils Decoration Day race the Chi cago Derby the Chicago Grand Prix SweepstakesRhlph are two other noted foreign drivers who will go after the big end ot tho purse in this race Following Is a list of entries received upto August 20 DrierPeugeot1tuaMaxwelllUekenbAcberRDuesenberr George Buzano ChandlerPeugeotg Otto Hennln roeSpecial i Dave Lewis NamedPeugeotPremier Special Howard WIlcox Omar Omar Toft AlUcenHudwmi i Not Named DuMtnberg Special Tom Milton RawllnirsClnoDOMcNayDuesenberg Hoikln ipectalJ C Hoaklna Premier Special Maxwell Specll1lPete Henderson- Dueatnberg Special Hughle HuRh a Obertlng Special J W Obertng Frontenac Special Loul Chevrolet Crawford Special Art Jolmnon- Rtutx Anderson STAGE FAVORITES NO MORE Held That Nfiro Minstrel Companies Will Ba Only Memory Before Many Years Of rOl the Taried and manifold kinds of theatrical entertainment negro min trelsy is the one which is absolutely couldinotwhere else in the civilized worldI Hire In America alone has the planted African been brought into timate contact with the transplanted European Other nations may bay disputed our claim to the Invention of the steamboat and the telegraph but negro minstrelsy is as Indisputably due to American inventiveness as the telephone itself Here in the United States it had its humble beginningsI here it expanded and many years from here it was export ed to Great Britain where it established Itself for many seasons from here it made sporadic excursions into France and into Germany and horn at last it has fallen Into decline and a degeneracyand a decay which seem to doom it to a speedy extinction Its life was little longer than that rouchsafed to man threescoro years and ten for it was born in tho fifth decade of the nineteenth century and In the second decade of the twen tieth it lingers superfluous on the stage with none to do it reverence Time wal when the negro minstrels ald possession or three or four thea tore in the single city of New York and when a dOzen or moro troupe were traveling from town to townI and now they have long ago sUtton d red their last hall in the metropolis and only two or throe companies wind their lonely way from theater to thea ter throughout the United States The few surviving practitioners of the- Ir are reduced to the presentation otI brief Interludes in the alldevouring variety shows or to the Impersonation of sparse negro characters in occa alone comedies The Skidmore Guard who paraded gayly al Har rtgan and Harts are disbanded now these many years Johnny Wild of Joyous memory is no more and Sweslnam bereftTof his follows In sable drollery is se5zonly in a chanco comedy like Excuse Me or the County Chairman Georgo Christ And Dan Emmett and Dan Bryant have gone and left only fading mem orles of their breezy sohgs their nlm be dances and their flippant quips Brander Matthews in Scribners Magazine If Civilians Learn to Shoot Civilian rifle lubs are lately re calving much attention They have developed a number ot men who are excellent shots with 22calibcr rlflaa Indoors at a distance of to 75 feetI Comparatively few however are able to handle the modern highpew ered 30calibor United States tine rifle and bit a target 1000 sway Moreover even were magai ben good shots It must be tiered that shooting is merely one the Important parts ot a ofI training and that it is a very part Tho soldier who can do nothing but shoot baa about the same relative value as a polo plaver who can sit on a fence anaS wield a mallet skill fully but who cant ride a horse Capt Richard Stockton Jr In Col Hers Weekly Creating Doubt If the archeologists dont stop dig sing around in the ruins in Asia we ihall coca be at uri rtaln about what really happened z or sovefa thousand years aia M Sr are about the aitmie Mea latbe lgktIaglla ill Frsace f HOTEL ATOP GRANITE HILLS New Caravansary Hals Seen Estab lished on the MostLbved Peak of White Mountains Half a ceutUiol Starr King Wartheof New Hampshire ttiut is crowned with a legend If a thoroughly well intentioned but as it seems to some at least a misdirected i nbltldn iIii rea zed that crown wU soon bo die placed bj 9 mero dofnocratlc Institu tion In tho shape house of public entertainment thu ippston Evening Transcript states The recent September gale swept nrriy the little inn that for twenty yearn 6r so had stood atop the southern lioulder of the mountain at the foot pf tho towering one Thahouse though never an adornment to the mountain landscape was ever dear to all who climbed the peak because of the wholehearted type of unpretending hospitality die penned by its veteran bonifaco more aspiring successor with tho In domltabla energy of ji thorough rnouh taineer has laid hip plans to built apcn the topmost rocks of the pdfc Itself where the house may shout Itt presence to the world at large It Is safe to say that Ohocorua js day the mostloved posh of nil the Granite hills admired by every be holder for the unique and striding beauty of its form and delighted in by old and young who onjoy the mild ly adventurous mountaineering all Its crags afford Notwithstanding all their harshness thfe elements in all the ages have never marred the beauty of the mountain but man in spite pf good Intentions has In i few years time brought devastation to lip forests and all but squalor to its most sacred places And now the chief tains curse bids fair to bocomo some what less poetic and more tangible than a crowning legend IT WAS BAYONETOR NOThING British Soldier Bolted and Barred Hla Rifles Magazine Before He Charged ti l7tlay Just outside the parapet Two flays after we had taken the Lone Pine trenches when there came one of thIbreathing Intervals in that six days counterattack someone noticed it and pulled it into tho trench It was oc the extreme lefthand edge of the wptured trenches lying just as It bad fallen in the red sunlight during the last hours of that fateful afternoon The bayonet was broken off within an inch or two of the hllf The magazlnn was full but the dutoff was closed the safety catch Was pulled back and the whole rifle from tho broken by onet nearly to tbQ butt was purple with blood I do not know who be was nor where he ton but that broken rifle spoke more clearly of his qua ities than the most fulsome tombstone The longlbokedfprlJayhad como ndI they wore going straight for theTurks with the barpetj He was not going to spoil It iir rifle firing II had bolted his magazine for him It or nothing If man Wlihiito it with a whole lever that 8t have done 101 MatterI coznIYorkr contracts it their strict hon sty There are no palms to grease It wasnt always so in war con tracts In fact t y tell a storj about a war conUnctorl trho once broke the silence of his cii reading room with a dreadful sigh Whats a brother con tractor thetlertAlas the first con tractor Ive jJtj bought 500006 airs of shoes a f1 a pair and sold Ihem to the ar qy for 6 and Im afraid the loss w ill ruin me Loss t Loss said the other con tractor What 3 you talnlng about then t On 6OQO0 pairs of shoes with a fivedollar pro t how can there be a loss t My dear foIl r said the first cone tractor sadly T forgot tbo llttit matter of comm s Ions r WHITE RIJSJJPURESTSLAV His Raclal Habitation Is the Most Backward Rexjlon of the EmplroI 91the CzarIA sketch ot yhito Russia tho first part of old I ujelan soil to feel the power ot the invader Is gives In a statement Issued by the National Go ographlc society White ROdsfa comprises four Rus sian governmpntB Vitebsk Smolonsk Moghiloff and Minsk It Is said that the name Is derived from the predomi nant cqldr of the peasant dross This division of Russia Is boundod by the Prlpot rlvof basin on the south and by thtt frI or MOpn Dvtoa on the north Lit kujiportd a population of shout san and onehalf million two third of wtilch Is white Russian and tho roat Uthuanian JowttHi and Polish Hero llkply la to be found the pijrcst Slav tyrie almost unblended This region blanketed by swamps and marshes and niothorod Je forests is ono of tho poofoat most backward re qlons In Euro can Russia Finn dwell horo before history be ran for Europi They woro expelled by Lithuania who In turn gave way boforo migrating Slavonic tribes The country finally passed back to the Lithuanians then to Poland and was won locomeal by Groat Rus sin Polish oppression and religious persecution worked a nboUfsale deso lation hero ant thousands of peasants tied into Russia whUt those wiior msincd intrigued for Russias comfng The vholo of the roglcn was not an noxod by thq Qroat Russians until the end of the olgfctaenth century Starva tion has swe t this land again and again with as ierrlblo effects as experienced famine w India In the thoseI Tho White Russian Is not ot so sturdy a built as the Groat Russian nor so cornel as the Little Russian Ho is loss ag Tensive than his north crn neighbor rid moro heavy than his southern netgiibor His hair ahd eyes are light and his face Is generally The garment peculiar to him Idrawn wbjtl overcoat which he on nf special occaaloria as proudly in sv tjltering July as the winter His villages are small iso lated and bad y kept His homes aro primitive Hie fight for existenceIa a bitter on 1j From hIs ranks aro recruited the workmen for tho hard set kastpaJrCn taw d toe eraptro t i 7rTVVMIDWAY WILL BE A BLAZEIOF GLORY AT STATE FAIRI The new broom sweeps rican say the wiseacres and living up to this adage the new Kentucky State Fair Secretary W J Qooch has swept the country for attractions exhibits adfeatures this Pair which will make it epochal in the history of like celebrations lad In scouring theMldaorganlzaUon SlyIntetransportthenf the XMway lineup this amton is reputedto bo theSpltraarlne exhibition in which the reel practical workings of Uils tallerda mattel of ocean haT- aLlon Is hown In view of the polg naut Interest seagoing or undersea Kolng vessels tbs Submarine exhibl = = = IKENTUCKYS STATE FAIR HORSE SHOW III FAMED AS GREATEST EQUINE EXHIBIT The Kentucky State Fair Horse Show Is Mivftrsallv coneeied to be the oooBtrvM greatest eqviB oxklbl tton sad ie chief attrmcttoii of the show to ti Cliampion hip FiveOalt Saddle Maka kriltdJrore known at the CommUrcletttr of AKrlcultore Stake aa ncliDOt rhr of Anerlca Next tis It in Iwportaae awr the imkCrblp HMO ness StAir and the Ommplonshlp Koadster Stake cnch Va1I4 at JlOOt and far the HUt Annual KentncHyl Stato Pair to held In Louicville the week of tIer 1111 ronUtai lag UM iwlrtes ttf ewe ot the most valuable harness and roadster horses ia the ca try As a spogtaexdi- event sot ores UM greAtest content at the Madison Sqnare Garden Snow San ooMiare with any one of these three events There are six additional stakes PffsrW for saddle horses The Horse Slow will be held day SPECIAL jioRTlcriil TURAL PRIZESI Nearly ffoi Li rrrrd la prttf tor Hortlcvitoral exhibits at hC Kentucky Stats Pair In sMItJoi to the oxbibiu if frill tten will be iauy rpplUcce In tin way of avraMTE3 rsae ard olber lnveardon uwf e orhsrtt The HertlruJtura t has besa gIri wqCf Il1t 3ate- Fatx Gred allt iib 0 J Important Discovery The discovery Itl a iveMetoHe peebs 10 in lUau canyon in tho Navaje movtttataB of Arlsona nan added BM torkilly to the arphsotgai tevolon moats of the year It ooutaiM at least olchty four rootle or apartmentv which are ill mote or lees connected with each other In scat of thea most interesting specimens of ancient handiwork hays boon found Among rthem Is a large handsome sluiwl cov orad with elaborate embroidery whloh althoughItyears old Bonds of Jado and other material baskets prayer sticks a largo variety of pottery including aeyoral good sized ollns In the rare black fend white warq and como ornate moccasinm of yucca fiber arp among the artlolea taken from the old ruins They wm be added to tho museum of the Tint yaraity of AnionVNOT TO flE EXPECTED LILt is useless to appeal to the women who will wear thofco 1iigh heeled shoos Wj41 you could hirfllj expect them to come out flatfooted for re form AKEYTOSUCCESS DjorfrHqW id Latoly overeojhe Qotrox objcctiqn ttolfem as a san inJaF fByerITh ltW ht1W mow danc step7udge I t 1Uonselre to be overwhelmed witlivisitora Circus vaudeville spectacle are all combined in tke grand Hippodrome- Show which will precede the horse events each night at the Fourteenth Annnal Kentucky State Fair to be held September 1116 This attraction Is one of tho most popular features of the entire Fair and never fails i raw crowds which fill theI gant circle of the boautiful State Fair pavityon The lineup offers an entertainment Whlell In the East would be rated as a 2 show but which will be trivialIone of the delights of the Hippodrome program will be Natloilos Royal Huwr Band of 40 skilled musidarti beIbig psvilkn of Jhn State Fair grounds = sad ni ht In the Uve Stock Pavilion Prom 11 oclock in the forenoon until nearly 11 odook at night there will be continuous performance bt Horse- Show rings Breeding classes for American Saddle Horses Standard Bred Horses and Shetland Ponies are well cared for In the classification There will also be classes for best boa rider best lady rider and beet isdIee turnout A new class is also provided for throegaltcd horses suit dkle tor jumpers The entries In this class are sot required to Jump how erer Ktt to perform oreditably three Vnlts walk trot end gallop The eleven stars who will be the WOltabl coatoadera in tho big Saddle Event will be Queen lUso Grand McDonald Richelieu King Fair- Iatden DUntha Daro Devil Saator OtoNd Maydan Koatuckya Queen Jolianj Jones and St Cooelia This ring will b4t featured for Friday nights bowl pteabar 15 EntrIes close Monday September more prominent place thug formerly Valuable prizes are offered for enmity displays ef almost every knoWn varlt of apples peaches pears and plums dajnaxms quinces etc On c Aont ot the per haWe nature of the exhWuC outdo for this depart seat wIn be received as late se Sat urvUy Adptemeer Anone the re k cMsc4 offered are CommwxM Box snd Mxklblts In trays trays to ntllKclJt Inches by 2 Inches rn4i t Modest Hero littiea orowd ovoInas a aalxaworkmlnoanjumpej on to tile track throw the child on to tho htmSeltbutonGIROplatformI Several people hastened to his sue cor but he rose uninjured and with a face expressive of extreme concern htIMIkermlerwhich he cursorily examined and theo ItJustmyWhat is the matter Way Ive broken two eggs and a rhubarb tart and its all nixed up with iny toa nag sugar ncr utjiu Clarence Wolfe Ovorton whoso Oo partment store wort hU moro than rlndlcatbd scientific manegomont in Ohloago sail at tho Chicago Athletic club liy dopartmdnt stores triumphs With ovcrnead have brought in tl lot of offlco and clerk Investlgatloni Somo have turned out funny In an office this morning I said se stenographerI minute the clock strikes six ybu drop your ma chine and hike even though youre in thomddle orf a letter The stenographer took a fresh chew of gum JQt course it iint true she MWhy rd eveV even dream of saWI iKlac letter whea it was as sear aJ IIalttbaL t 11 i Saved Girls Life 11I want to tell you what wonderful benem II km MIicertainly has no equal for la grippe barf coM livdr and stomach troubles 1 firmly believe BCack DtMuU saved little T rls life 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