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   Jefferson City Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 17, 1909, Jefferson, Missouri                                SEPTEMBER 17 1909 NUMBBI 218 to i is i V SU i u THAT WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OP INj JEFr v FERSON CITY AND THE PRldES ARE klblTT We have just received a shipment of ALEXANDER SONS and HARTFQRD CELEBRATED AXMINSTER RUGS in all sizes from 18x36in to ft the of those are going to attend the Fairfrom quite a distance we are going to offer some very attractive bar gains at exceptionally low prices during Fair week Smiths Axmihster rugs Regular and values at Smiths Axminster rugs 36x72 jn Regular and at Also a few patterns in 9x12fet Regular and values at both floral and oriental designs Roohi size Brussels rugs fronil to free Fair week with every purchase of HOSIERY of 25c or Over f Stoff iWill ife RECORD BREAKING CROWOATFAIR ABOUT PEOPLE ATTEND ED FEATURE DAY AT COLE COUNTY PAIR THURSDAY EVERYTHING SUCCESSFUL Day Was Ideal and Program Ren dered One of the Best Ever Held in Cole Whips and Feather tips Feature Instru ments of Torture Which all En joyed in the Day Today ymir heaidquaf in Jefferson City fyjjO p yy y Free wagon in rear of store 0 w Thursday was the banner day at the Cole county fair in every re spect The crowd was larger than taht of both daps previous tl is estimated that something like people were in attendance during1 the day The scene at the ticket office resembled a bargain store in New York The ticket man was unable to cope with the situation and called for help The day Avas in keeping with the balance of the big doings No high wind to spoil the balloon ascen sion everything just The the first two days somewhat discoxiraged the manage nientj but that of yesterday certain ly made up for the loss Following are the events pulled off during the i icense Butl Mjist provisionss rePujres the applicart to designate the plant or plants ttuis the and making ic plain that thelegislature intend ed and the lawcontemplates that the 3Tanufacturer can under one license manufacture at any or all plants which hemay In answer to your second ques tion will still carry in our minds the factthat ihis is an occupation tax a tax upon the busi Stctibn 5 of the actprovides that the manufacturers of intoxicat ing liquors shall not be required to take out a merchants license for the sale of their product as whole sale at place manufacture Now then themanufacturer under his license can manufactureand sell at wholesale at tlie place or places tion as to the right to tax intoxij where he actually manufactures the eating liquors the state imposes a product This necessarily implies he cannot sell under the manufae Attoriiey General Major deredan opinion to Governor ley iri construing the law to licensing manufacturers salersMiand rectifiers of malt distilled liquors in which he that corporations owning more one brewery or distillery can rate Tail under one license if they establish distributing depots cir they must pay a license for each of such houses if they sell from them The first prpposi 1 Harness mare or gelding 4 old J A first second Harness horse mare pr geld irig under 4 years of age first Claud second 3 Roadster sor light harness mare ror gelding 10 first 2nd J first team without regard Jo sex or ownership first Mori roe bar one gallon of the best 6 Best boy rider under 16 years of age first 2nd 2 7 Best saddle horse or pony any sex for boy or girl under 16 years of age to be exhibited by boy or girl So first 2nd 8 Best childrens turnout any class first 2nd 9 Best Shetland pony to halter first 82 2nd 10 Besl gentleman rider over 50 years of age special by Dr Hatch optician trade by Dr Hatch Baby Show 11 Handsomest boy baby on the ground first H and the jewelers 2nd H and the jewelers 12 Handsomest girl baby on the ground first by the Furniture ing trade 2nd by T G Burk hardt trade Speed Program Cole county trot outside Jeffer son City must be four entries County trot or pace open to all must be f our entries Mule race to every mule en tered to winner Pony race onefourth mile dash 2nd By reqest oi many people Myrene Houcliin will show her famous high schol horse the fair today The big harness staire will also be pulled off today The crowd at the fair last night was a record showswere well patronized and a general good time was had by all Confetti seemed to be thepopular torture and thetortured heor she was well SHAM BATTLE AT FAIR TONIGHT VISITORS AT GROUNDS WILL WITNESS SOMETHING LIKE REAL WAR AT FAIR GROUNDS 1300 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION ECKHARDTS ASCENSION BETTER THAN WEDNESDAYS Caine to Earth About 150 Feet From Where He Ascend Again Today Prof Eckhardt made another bal loon ascension yesterday and it was really more successful than the one Wednesday There was no wind to Wm Hertel second 5 Saddle horse mare or eld license as an occupatioh tax while in the secbnd the licenseis imposed any other place because of thexbusiness ofthe com pany as a wholesaler In the opin ion the attorney In answer to your first ques tion will say I am clearly of the opinion tax imposed is an occupation tax and that the posi tion of the corporation which has secured a license can under that license manufacture at any or all of its paints If the license or tax imposed isan occupation tax this must be the construction and to construe the law other than as an occupation be to destroy the law itself This construction is farther borne out by the act he cause section 2 requires the manu facturer when he applies for his license to designate and describe the location of the plant or plants at which such liquors are to be manufacturer The act by its very Jefferson City Bancjig Acidamy WILL 4th NEW Knollmeyer Peters Your Opportunity to Learn the Art of Dancing TBJRWS J2 Leiiont for For information K Phone 381 JOHN WJEHILE instructor Bo if themanufacturer sells at Avholesale at any place other than the place or places where the prod uct is manufacturer then he must take out a license as a wholesale liquor dealer at each and every such 2nd F first jtvouDle tne preparations for the as censipn and where it took almost an hour Wednesday it tok but about 20 minutes yesterday Prof Eckahrdt reached a distance of about feet straight up in the air pulling off trapeze stunts all the Avhile Prof Eckhardt land ed about 350 fet from where lie started while the balloon landed in the rear of the stables tl was a great ascension and well appreci ated Another at this after noon ing walk trot and canter first 2nd Claud Dunlap first A B Shepard second 6 Saddle stake open to the world five gaited horses time First premium 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th First F C Holland 2nd Davis and Shepard 3id Claud Dun lay 4th Duvenick 5tt A B Shepard 6th A B Shepard 7 Best gentlemans turnout sin gle or double rig equipments and value to be considered first 45 2nd Td Davis first W R Hodge second S Best lady rider side saddle Plenty of Hunt Will Resist While Lieutenant Cook and His Squad Will ing Party Will March From Vorth End of Course Cap tain Hunt Will Not Know of It The visitors at the fair grounds tonight will be treated to a real sham battle i by the local company Camp fires will be built and the cainp of the resisting party put in shape Captain P C Hunt will be in command of the resisting party while Lieutenant Cook will command the attacking party The local company numbers about 50 Twentyfive will atack and twentyfive will resist The attack will be made from the northern part of the grounds About 1200 rounds of ammunition will be used and the racket will be sufficient to satsfy everybody A sham battle is a very spectacu lar affair and leads one to believe that he is really witnessing a great carnage Chances are though that therewill be no casualty battle will last for one hour This is another of Secretary Youngs efforts to make the fair pleasing to teh public POULTRY SHOW AT THE COLE COUNTY FAIR GOOD Many Prizes Awarded by Cliff H Clark of Iberia Who Acted as Judge The display at the poultry show White Rocks First Mrs Root 2nd Ohas Markway 3rd Mrs Root White Wyandottes First John LePage 2nd John LePage Rose Combs Mrs Geo Pohl mann White Cochin First and Prof Allen Plymouth Rocks First Mrs Hart four pulets 2nd Louis Nel son 3rd Aug Tanner Single Comb Rhode Island Wm Douglas 2nd B E Leslie 3rd Wm Dudley L T Brahma First Mrs James Houchin 2nd and 3rd S H Phil lips S C White Leghorns First B E Leslie 2nd Prof Allen S C Brown Leghorns Clark and Akard 2nd Wm Ahlers 3rd Clark and Akard S C Buff Legohrn First Clark and Akard 2nd Hy Brock Aug Diercks S C Black Minorca First A T Blaser 2nd A E Blaser S C Mottled Ancona First Ak ard 2nd B F Sheldon 3rd Ak ard W C B Polish First A Blaser Game First and second Frank Ramsey 3rd Ed Payne S L Hamburg First 2nd ancl 3rd J L Johnson White Turkeys Holland S H Phillips Bronze Turkeys Houck McHen ry Bantams First and 2nd Ray Clint Pekin Ducks First and 2nd C H Clark 3rd E V Akard Aylsburg Ducks First J B Houchin Rowen Ducks First S H Phil lips 2nd Aug Wilson Toulouse Geese First Mrs A Henry 2nd C H Clark 3rd Mr A Henry White Rabbits Zack Barton Angoria Rabit Mr Boggs Belgian Hares J A Raming Pigeons First best display B M Houchinbest Pointer Homers of the Cole county fair was one of E V Akard best Pointer Faintails the very best in the stae People B M Houchin best Pointer Pon LOUIS OH WINS AUTO RACE OVER JAKE MOERSGHEL BROWNS WIN AND LOSE Washington Takes First 5 to 0 But Drops Second 4 to Games jSTational League 9 Cincinnati 3 New York 2 Chicago 1 American League St Louis 0 Washington 5 St Louis 4 Washington 2 Chicago 7 Boston 5 Detroiti 1 Philadelphia 2 Cleveland 1 New York 2 Member Board of Managers Governor Hadley Thursday ap pointedXeonard a member of the board of managers of the colony for the epileptic and feebleminded at Marshall for a term of four 21 last He succeeds eGorge Lee of Car ter county whose term expired Wlsmie Davis Chapter United Daughters of Confederacy will meet J B Gnntt Saturday after noon at to all first 2nd M F Overstreet 9 Harness horse mare or geld ing under 3 years first 2nd B Greenway first Claud Dunlap second 10 Best lady driver first 2nd Mrs M F Overstreet 11 Handsomest ladies turnout horse rig and equipment to be considered also disposition of horse first 2nd 12 Twoyearold harness borse mare or gelding first 2nd B Greenway first Wm Hertel second Fourth Childrens Day All boys and girls from any county coming in a body will be ad mitted This is school chilrens day and tho management expect to make it happy ono School children should be accompanied by their teachers or some one respon sible for them The program will start promptly at Following is the program for to day 1 Best saddle mare or gelding under 4 years of age first 2nd 2 Best saddle horse mare oc gelding 3 and under first 2nd S2 3 Harness horse mare or geld ing 3 and under first 2nd Combined horse mare or geld ing first 2nd 5 Beet girl rider under 16 years of age llnl 2nd Goes One Mile and Half in Two Min utes and 55 Almost all the Way aV I 49 eCnFsh hr u I iJi Louis Ott and his PopeToledo won the automobile race at the fair yesterday afternoon over Jake Moerschel and his Ford car The time made was for one mile and half Ott lead the greater part of the way but was overhauled when the mile post had been reached Louie caught them again and passed un der the wire about one length in the lead Card of Thanks We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to bur many friends so kindly offered their help and sym pathy in our recent bereavement We also wish to kindly who sent floral offerings and also Drs Williams and McCee and the nurses of hospital No 1 at Fulton W HILL and FAMILY who visited the sho wwere highly pleased with the exihibit and also the courteous treatment extended to them by Assistant Superintendent C H Clark This feature of the fair is certainly commendable Cliff H Clark of Iberia one of the best known poultry men in the state was judge and awarded the different prizes as follows ters B M Houchin best Pointer Tumblers B M Houchin 2nd best display E V Akard 3rd best dis play Walters S C Black Orpington First J Frank Morris 2nd J Frank Morris Green Headed Ducks First Au gust Tanner Tribune ads bring results s NOW ON IMPORTANT TO THE TRADE MSI WE WANT YOUR DIRTY CLOTHES As the former management of the Swa nlaundry are doing all tehlr power to take our customers work to Fulton you will oblige us by phoning No 123 and seeing that our driver gets your bundle CLAUDE 8 BARTLCTT Manager 9l66td f In order to stimulate the early Fall buying we are going to make prices on Dry Goods and ReadytoWear Goods that will hold the attention of all money saving people This sale include every article in store Get our Low Prices on New First class and Goods SAM MICHAEL 227 MADISON ST   

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