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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ts I HE 1 LJLr CITY TIMES I f J K fIlL In i w fiia 60 Cents a Year in ice If fc A We are here to help Clay City the SarroanJiag Country ani Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher I IVOL XII r CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY AUGUST 15 J907 NO 31 iJ B EATON Will until further notice sell you floods at Reduced Prices EspeciallyShoes i Corsets i iDressGoods Muslin Underskirts Gowns c c And other articles too numerous r to mention Come see Us o and we will prove to you that we can furnish you your goods and save you Big money on 5 Every Purchase i We w Sash FIn rig doors Ceiling Blinds V rand Ls th gte The Black Diamond Again Theold survey of the Black Diamond railroad made in 1808 has recently been looked over by a prominent railroad man in view of now the road at once This is good news for Clay City and all we can add is we hope the rumor is true At any rate we know the route has actually been look ed over as several has told us they saw the man and he is quoted as saying the prospects for the building of the road is indeed very bsight We mindno rain for sev eral days and it is beginning to get pretty dry The river is now lower than it has been for two years Mrs A 0 Barnes has return ed after several days visit with friends of Red Lick Locust Branch ami Panola WANTED Man with c nough men or women to milk 80 cows Would also hire two or three single men but must be sober and industrious Pay good wages References Required Apply to M B Lovell Paris Ky KEEP COOJI Summer now is here and so is the warm weather You need a cool suit to relieve you from the opressive heat They are at our tore l The kind to please when you are looking for STYLE FIT and And when it comes to price you cant beat that at this tore the place to get everything you need at sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress You up rh1 WH4P1NrANNa44aMrid4NVu wktnMNHwwwgrkdwgnnAt5 SHIMFESSELSepariment R J 111 IZL3bf1cf1 MFGeVincheste K Manufacture WtnthcrhOlu1in Pick Stairway Sliihgleaf I StoreFronts a I constructing beginning force QUALITY s 7 We arc Headquarters for Building Paper I lVURuiiftiiu Fliiwid Ruohfng w and Etc V 1 f Sendus Your esHviat Prompt Shipments i i tJ l J t t 10 it a S i W Death of Dr Littlepage Last Friday all thats mortal of Dr B Littlepage passed away after an illness of about six weeks duration The remains were taken to wrenceburg Sat urday for interment Funeral services were conducted by the Rev R A Irvin Saturday morn fag at the residence of the de ceased in this city Deceased was fortyfive years old and a leading citizen of the city and county was a leader in his church a member of the city Council and a perfect gentleman withas many friends as any man in time county He was ti native of Anderson county but located in Clay Oity about 1890 since which time he had built up a flourishing practice of medicine being one of the leading physicians in the county He was a K P and an honor to the order His presence will be greatly miss ed in all his connections of life He leaves a wife and five chil dren s Big Show Coming Friday August 30 Sun Bros big show will come to Clay City and give one of their exhibitions Sun Bros show has been in Clay City twice before and upon the whole the show is far above the ordinary both from a point of exhibition and f uareness and thCrtiu5lUesti i alines show is mauagcdJby honest gen tlenen and is one of the few which time TIERs can conscientiously recommend to its readers ploymont to a number of hands This mill makes three planing mills for Clay Oity Bridge Completed The bridge is competed at Walters Ferry the work of construction having been finished up Tuesday morning The subscrip tion money to pay for the bridge is coming in at a very satisfactory rate more than half the a mount having been paid in In less than a week it is expected to have collected italland have ta ken possession of the bridge when work on the approaches will begin The sooner the mon es is paid in the sooner the bridge will be ready for travel Injured by Fall Last Saturday yjiile at work on the Walters Ferry Bridge Brady Patton of the crow fell from time top of time truss on the bridge which was about 38 feet above the water in the river to the bottom of the river Ho sus tained a sprain in one hand and bruised one shoulder He will be able to resume work in a few days Had he not fallen into the water ho would more than likely have been killed Winchester Day Friday August 23rd will be known as Winchester Day at the Jamestown Exposition On this day most of this Winchester peo p16 who attend the big exposition will bo th reOwing to the close relationship between Win chester and our own city it wouia be well for our people who expect to attend the exposi tion tb arrange to be there on theSSrd l E r R + New Planing Mill I The Mutual Handle Company of this city has started up this week and are finishing up a lot of handles in the warerooms Soon as this job is completed the handle plant will be converted OVER into a planing mill This means more business for Clay Oity in different lines from the mill it self as the plant will give em Mrs W N Bush has just received a new line of sailors which will be sold at popular prices THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR INCORPORATED AT LEXINGTON KY 25000I- n Premiums Aug 1217 6 Big Days 6 OVER 25000 In Premiums I KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTST- he Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions In the Country 16 Thrilling Acts Each Day16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky s iTrtt 1ri 1f ruDltrr1 1 5oJI11I mtJ lV hl 01 w I All White Goods i1All the Millinery In this store is now offered at- i Greatly Reduced Prices fk i To be convinced call and see the Goodsr and get pricesrwfI feJk Beautiful Nobby Hats and at a price I thats bound to please and surprise you J 33 Fashionable Dreesmaking in connection I4 Mrs W N Bush 1 i + + + + + ++ f+ + + ++ + ++++ + + + + + + + f + + + iti Tlio Loading Insurance Agents ot Eastern l outuclcy i iOver 200000000 tEvery one who knows anything about insurance know t- f they are leaders in this line if+ ++ + + + + + + + + f+ + + + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + u6 L t THE tIMES IUDLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Stthcnption Rates SO Cents per year ia al vance otherwise 75 Cents T Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday August 15 1907 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricerbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 8100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 76 Ie Home and Farm 76 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CIIAB EJVEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocr1tio party For Jailor- We are authorized to announce Join P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub Ject to the action of the Democrat party Vaughns Hill A friend from Winchester vis ited Miss Fannie Jackson Sun dayMr and Mrs R L Slimfesse attended the burial of her brother Dr Littlepage at Lawrence burg Saturday Mr and Mrs Charlie Bust spent Saturday night and Sun day with Bert Barnett and wife on Paint creek llr and Mrs George Bush ass visiting the formers sister Mrs atives at Lexington this week Mrs James McKnight and Mrs John Burton of this place and Mrs Sam Carr of Clay City are visiting their sister Mrs Charley Nelson at Lexingtonthis week Virden We are needing rain on out cropsT S Curtis sold Mrs Sam Watts three yearling steers for 5500 Mrs Susie Eyerman of West Wood visited Mrs Sarah Adams Tuesday 0 0 Curtis and family visited his brother G W Curtis at old Pine Ridge Sunday Mrs Sarah Adams and son Vernon visited her brother Rev John Ware on Spruce Saturday and Sunday John McPherson visited relative on HogOreekSaturdayand- attended the Saints meeting on Spruce Sunday J Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any ease of Catarrl that cannot be cured by Halls Ca farrh Cure F J CHENY CO- Toledo 0 We the undersigned havi known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorabe in all business transac tions and financially able to carryout any obligations made by hif firm WALDINQ KIKNAN tt MAUYIN Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O Hills Catarrh Cure is taken inn ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of th system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Mrs Annie Curtis of Ford and Lizzie Stevenson of Rucker ville visited their grandparents Uncle Press Everman and wife last week Kimbrelly W G Patrick received a car load of Kanawah salt this week WG Blanton boughti flf Mrs Ann Patrick one milk cow for 27 50 E N King is putting up a pair of stock scales for WG Patrick J W Dawson bought of vari ous parties some 700 to 000 lb heifers at 81 cents per pound William Clem has moved from Jt D Pucketts place near hereto J W Dawson Powell county farm Miss Frances Gurtis who vis ited her uncle Tandy Burris and fAmilyat Winchester last week returned home last Saturday M Rev R B Wilson pastor a- Jacksons Chapel began a meet ing at thatplnce last Sunday which will continue over the third Sunday WG Blanton of Fox while here for a load of lumber last Monday was stricken with par tial paralysis in the left side ant was unable to get home for a few days 1 Xenai Corn corps are good in the mountains this year J 1 0 F Rogers was shaking hands with friends at Union Chapel Sunday There was preaching at this IncR lastSunday by pro Bob I Marion Hettans body was ter ribly mashed by a saw log at D H Eastins saw millThursday There will be preaching at Rogers Chapel the second Sun day Let UP have a good crowd Dillnrd Friend died Sunday after a long illness and leftsev oral little ones to mourn his loss W M Means who has lived out two score years and ten died July 81 and the Jr Order cared for his body- There are several people from this place going to Michigan and will make work better for the laboring men here J A Rogers has killed eight chicken hawks in the last two weeks and the writer is an eyewitness Beat that Brother Marvin Smiths funer al will be preached at the Old Virginia church house in Lee county the third Sunday in August by Rev Harlen Darl There will be singing at Rock Springs in Leo county the second Sundayin this month Let ever body go Singing will be led by Prof J A Rogers of Xena NOTHING BUT THE BEST t Kentucky State Fair Contracts FeN Only Highest Class Amusements For the past ten or twelve years or since the Qolumbian Ex position at Chicago in 1808 stree carnival companies have fairl overrun every community in tin United States They could bi I found upon the slightest provoca I tion at the street fair count fair and even at some state fairs Believing that the publicil surfeited with shows of this char acter that is a cheap attraotioi whiclf barely escapes Jtiejmg I fake the State Board of Agriculture under whose auspices the Kentucky State Fair will be given in Lousville September 16tl to 21st is closing contracts for big amusement features only and is making no deals with carnival companies It is sending direct to the great amusement re sorts of the country the chair man of the amusement commit tee Mr Pink Varble giving him authority to get the very best In line with this policy Mr Varble recently visited Chicago and madea thorough inspection of the famous White City River View Park and Lunar Park He Closed with several of the biggest shows in these big amusement places One of these is Mundys Great Wild Animal Show Mr Varble says that Mundys is undoubtedly the best line of wild animals ever collected un der a tent and the finest specimens of each kind This big zo ological congress is one of the most complete trained wild ani mals organizations in America No better collection nor finer of the Asiatic and Af- rIcan carnivora are to be found jaguarsleopards nas wolves ect are shown in- the highest state of high school ing SPOUT SPRING Bert Barnett is confined to his bed with typhoid and malarial feverBenny Barnett has returned from a several weeks sojourn at Wades Mill For Sale8 yearling steers and one 8yearold cow dry and fat Thos Curtis- P I A Wright of B terMoj u oust otim bedsidtruf his brother Eld r no F Wright who continues at a low stage with typhoid fever Mrs Emma Osborne and little son Walter of Winchester were called here last week to visit Mrs Osbornes mother Mrs W J Barnett who continues very sick SALLA 1l0 tomnevr DudruffCan A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY- We guarantee thatthte prepar ation will the scalp of all Dandruff All we is that you who are affected with dand run purchase one bottle and Try H- It Is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean very desir able the Hair strong healthy abundant and beautiful FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS SALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich II roof droKRljt does not have It tendon dollar direct to us and we will Mod you abottle prepaid 111 COURTNEY PresUent Special Sale OfF ummer Dress Goods I I I Got Lawns now 4cts per Y- d715tI II 5 r 813II 6 10II c J It 712 1212 11 V U 10 j 15 II 13 25ct Lace Stripe Hose for Ladies 20cts per pair 15ti it 13 Ladles Slippers in broken lots all sizes from SOots per pair up Laces and EmbroideriRs big lot of patterns at greatiy reduced prices MRS J W WILLIAMS CLA CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls h r- And Flakiest Biscuit 1 nri fOr Are Made Whom You Use i if Pearl and Bakers Pride FlouMf Take No Other Every Sick Gwwteed J MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchant 1 DOLLAR RAZOR It is easy to buysome kind of a razor fora dollar but you wonder if itis I possible to a genuine German ground razor of the finest razor steel with a positive guarantee one that will give you a clean smooth shave at this price that is whatwe offer You run no risk in buying a Dud leys Dollar Razor it is backed by our name and guarantee and it is ex changeable atany time if not satisfactory We have made reputation on our razors and this is thp best dollar razor made and is equal to those usually offered at 200 Sent postpaid on receipt ofone dollar and the name your cutlery dealer RAY O D M RDWAR CO r Naahvllla Tnn u NPPPfffVNPWl+++ r CAPITAL i SURPLUS J 7000 r r I I f i I 1 FLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK IT I CLAW UEIY KY DUDLEYS CHAS SCOTT f VicePresident r J 1 f r AaTSAS DFIOSITOI ANDOFFERS ALL MODERN FAOEUTIES TO INDIVIDUALs AND 9 j CORPORATIONS DESIRING SAFE BANKING 1 CONNECTIONSF Ito at t I i A T WIIITT Cashier j J- i rt v dI of + 1 +++ 4jteii4w+ +++++H +++++++ fell Itot ++ II 5i1 i ufw r 9 WE TIMESr AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THi1SPA Z J A ij5 190i nooit BREVITIES V J Ii Everything In Millinery at cost at Mrs Williams Miss Carrie Barnett has been very sick for several days I Mrs Wm Dericksori of Knowl ton as visiting friends in the I city Mrs A L Blair of Morehead iS with her daughter Mrs A T Whitti H B Barnes of Furnace was transacting business in the city Saturday Miss Jones Xjf Cincinnati 0 is visiting her aunt Mrs J B Derickson Miss Marv Shimfessel is spend ing the fair week withrelatives at Lexington W E Heflin is in Mason coun r ty visiting relatives and old acquaintances Mr and Mrs Lemming Henry of Lexington are visiting rela tives near the city Fred Cox of Panola spent Saturday and Sunday with A 0 Barnes near the city Miss Mary Graham Eaton at tended the fair and visited friend at Georgetown last week eMm Mnuntz Jr of McCor Ky has been in the city on business a few days this week o Mr and Mrs J H DReark spent a few days this week with the formers mother near Mt Sterling The last teachers examination for the year for wliite teachers will be held at Stanton FrWajt and Saturday Mr and Mrs J H Powell and little son of Altapass N 0 I i have returned home from a visit ttorelaIIvssllt Riysslyn IrIilr and Mrs it 1 Shimfessel attended the funeral of the lut ters brother Dr Littlepagent Lawrenceburg Saturday 0 S Hard in spent last week with home folks at Monterey Owenc l YrHe this weekJUls gone toiJfiuminorreBort in Mich gan JI j a numbelpt Clay City peopleWe been attending the I i Big Bluegrass Fair at Lexington Ithi15 week All report a grand show Otis Muckey while at work in the handle yesterday had one of his hands badly lacerated and torn up but no broken bones l PA Wright of Butler Mo arrived here Mist week having been summoned to attend the w bedside of his brother Eld nli Wright I The Saints big annual camp meeting is in progress at Spruce near Jeflersynville Several from this city have been attending this wee- kMrsSarah Eaton ot Qincin I nati Ohio who has been visit 4 ing relatives in this city is now visiting the family of her uncle Cliff Skinner at St Marys 0 I J q rv 4p Dont forget the Summer Sale now on at Mrs Williams t J H Powellya former resident of this county has moved from Elliston Va to Altapass N 0 Ai 0 Barnes and step dnuuli ter Miss Alma McIntosh are visiting relatives at Levee and Mt Sterling this week Powellcounty now has three highway steel bridges spanning Red river whereas there was not a singTe one in the county less tlto three years ago D rand Mrs 1VmIMoantzt- Sr Mr and Mrs Lonnie Crow Miss Kate Daniel and Mrs W FiBarnett attended the Hrime HfllSattIrdayOne have been present on this occa sitnIrvine subscribers to the Wal ters Ferry Bridge Fund have responded most manly They paid when called upon over 10 per cent more than they subscribed If all subscribers should do so well the question of approaches would be already solved Regular as the Sun is an expression as oldas the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular perfor mance in the universe unless it is toe action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 25c Death of Joel F Reed Word has been received here of the death of Joel F Reedat his hoine in Oynthiana Burial in that city Tuesday Mr Reed is avfornier resident of this coun ty He married a sister to C Shimfesselof this city who with several children survive the de ceased 1 The LImit of Life The most eminent medical sol entists are unanimous in the con clusipp that the generally accepted limitation of humari life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of whiclithe rageis slow possessed The critical period that determines its durhtlbn seems to be between 50 and GO the proper care of the body hiring this decade cannot be tbtstrohgly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Nat ure s best helper after 6Q is Electric Bitters the scientific tonfc medi cine that revitalizes every organ of the bddy Guaranteed Swann Dfty Lumber Cos store 60o p The Blue GrasS Nurseries fj j LEXIHOTOK KY offer fnrtHeSprfng of 1007 a large line ofFruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grapo Vines Asparn gyre Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have ho Agents Strawber ry aiid tieiieral Catalogues on apt pijc liCh H F Hil enmeyer Sons rFL RUSSELL CONTRACTING I PAINTER AND PXPER ANGER Anti DeArato iifi6onereh T CLAY CITY KYf Call and see my Nice Line of Walt Paper Samples I DA and Mrs F Oi Guerqnt of Wilmore were in the city dver Sunday The Doctor thinks the outlook for the college at Stan ton vary bright and he also says the Orphans Home iy Clay City will be ready for occupancy in a short time Everybody Should Know says 00 G Hays a prominent bus iness man ot Bluff Mo that Bucklens Arnica Salve is the quick est and surest healing salve ever ap plied to a sore burn or wound jar to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos storei25c I One of the largest deals ever consummated in the Eastern Kentucky mountains was com pleted Friday morning when the law firm of Pride Day of Lex ington sold to Mrs Brodie Duke 66000 acres of coal and timber land in Morgan and Rowan coun ties at 5 per acre or an aggregate price of 280000 Mrs Duke is the divorced wife of the millioniare tobacco manufacturer of Dukes Mixture and other tobaccos Endorsed By The County The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the hest friend of my family writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsville N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an infallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the bouse I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guar anteed to never disappoint the tak er by SwannDay Lumber Co at their store Price oOc and U 00 Trial bottle tree m Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all workand satisfaction guaranteed v THE Winchestei Bank tJNCORPon TED N H WiTiiEKsrooiftres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ hale firms and corporations 8- 4WONDERSALVE J The glut RIIIHY for FirriUyDs utbtttm line Implies A Nameless Rim for all External Pirpsis Absolutely Fret froM all- PoISOMDS J Ingredients Cures Bums Dolls Cuts Sores Sore msChappedHands Felons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores resultingftomfrom poisonous animals or insects and all Wo arid SkinDiseases 1111 ORI8V 25tMrlu 11 HAARER A SON I Ann Arbor Michigan 4 1r n r i Its to Your Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishingsJGroceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etou Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take In exchange far goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have r to sell Dont forget the place AlEo BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY KY We are Now Ready For the Spring Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children andshoes for every body at prices to suit you What is said ofour Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky 1ILateet timprovementaonl the Trnateriabl- give the belt or sat flangeUeedonutuy eficlaaimewdotobe alpasInI1at OU the CRESCENT you will be 1 with It L CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansville Ind PROFESSION CARDS WP WW1Mh hIMNpW WV WWhlMANNM4 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE Dy SUROEONCLY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY HowsYour j Liver It will pay you to take good rare of your liver because If you do your liver will take good care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts i makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your t blood and digesting your food t There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that i- sBedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful sundbyInthe favorite liver medicine In the world It acts gently on the liver and kid neys and does not Irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves con gestion and purifies the system horn kffplngthePrice 2Sc at all druggists and dealersTest it HAVES ilsneylt aYf 1 fpaos- H 3J3cnd WHO PA eUGH Tako no other A C7FO TEr CHlAL ulferedwiLbtaed ncary vevcouhrmwl7oumarket I 13 r rT aod a cough asHIgrand rIe i clue Slut tV N IEANI- aducaU Ky yourdrufrs+ WhIIYjCO Inc Paauah Kentucky aVIrntPwi ilr i w BJack Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KYi Unslackond Limo in I quanti ty Will sell to dealer or car ear arLbWesI Prices Will delivers Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOfl cONSUMPTION IIiOe i Surest and Quickest Cure for all 1 T880AT and LUNG TEOUB LES or MONEY DACE A Much Needed Law The next Legislature will do well to pass a law to force every officer who collects money to publish a full and complete state meqt off all the money collected and paid out This should be done as often as the necessity requires to keep the public informed of the money collect ed but a full and complete statement should be published when the work is completed Every public collector from theSheriff- to the Collector in all school districts should make a public statement of the work done The people wunt this information and such a law will be of great value to the public All public officials are only the public ser vants of thepeople just the same as a clerk in the store and all their public acts should be made public especially when they handle public moneys Let the Legislature pass a strict and strong law making all public col lectors of money publish a full and complete statement of such Exchange A Both houses of the Legislature of Georgia have passed a bill for bidding the sale or manufacture of intoxicants in the State What a burden to be as good and what a disgrace to be as bad as some people think we are a Have you received an appoint ment to the Fall Term of the State Normal If not see your County Superintendent at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys ruraLsuhools If you have not seen thenewcat alog write a postal card request for one today Address It tf Roark Pres- Richmond Ky carotorburn Acidity of or Sour Sick or Nervous Headache General or NervousDebility or Prostration and all from a disor dered condition of the Stomach Recommended by Physicians Pleasant to take It Is not art to diet only in very severe casesI The stomach will soon be In bealthy condition that one most any kind of food Two Sixe- sIloe and SlOO per boxy F toIMUNCIE INDIANA Ofoutan and Tatimonlaliient on application PNNCo 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyoneendmg atetra and dllCllJ ion pin COmmuplraotlonsatrl tent tree Oldest for Mcarlnr patent receiveipeelelnotke Scientific jltitericam handsomely lllastrntod weekly largest etri eolation of any ncientlDo journal Term SI a ear four montbs1 800byar nradealere 36 1 Broadway New York UAllcn Utlicc W y Btl labtngt0a D fl- M i The Louisville HeraldtoAward 10000 in Prizes Monday July 1t The LouIsville Dally Sunday and Weekly Herald Inaugurated a contest In which 110000 In prizes will be awarded the women of Ken tucky and Indiana Theplan Ildopfed for awarding these Is tho fairest cop celvable and no element of luck enters Into the along legitlmaetcompetitive lines conducted and every woman who enters race wilt bavo an equal opportunity to win a first prlzo whether she resides In pul3Vlllo or a town of much smaller The Prizes The prizes offered by The Herald are the most liberal ever gven away any newspaper In the South The capital prize cash of This lage00amount ofim11500ilt bo given to the secures the largest number of votes In the entire contest regardless of district limitations As the contest runs but nine weeks the winner of this prize will earn 16666 per week for nine weeks Besides the capital prize there are two other grand prizes consisting of two 1007 model automobiles One of these ma chines Is a brand new Aerocar purchased direct frpm the factory for the express yurpose ot awarding It as a in The Heralds contest The other automobile Is a runabout model valued at 1650 brand new with every modern Improve ment backed by the manufacturers the local agent One of these machines will be awarded to a candidate In Louis vlll tho other to a candidate residing In Kentucky or Indiana outside laulsvllle The candidate who secures the largest number of votes of the two automobile winners will be given cholco of the ma chinesThe contest Is divided Into twentyfive districts Each district will receive three prizes The first prize In each district will lie a free trip through the Eastern States Including visits to New York At lantlo City Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Norfolk and the Jamestown Every cent of the expense cf the twentyflve tourists from the time they leave home until they return will by The Herald One of these tree trips will then be awarded to the candidate In each onset the twentyflve districts who secures the largest number of votes In her own par ticular district The number of votes ao corded candidates in one district has no bearing whatsoever upon the number of votes accorded candidates In other districts This equalizes the competition and gives every one who enters ire race an opportunity to win The second and third prizes In each one of the twentyflve districts are a watch and a business college scholar flap In tho order namecL These prizes are In keeping with the main awards and those who secure these secondary pre that they have put forth la tho contestHow to Enter the Race All that is necessary to enter The Heralds contest Is to send your name and address to the of the Con test Department together with the names of one or two reliable parties who live in the vicinity Another way to enter the race Isby cUpping out a few coupons published Heml fil11ng them out sending wemtlt- ho Contest of The Herald Louisville Ky Every Woman EII tble Every woman Is eligible to compete In this contest who Is a respectable resident of Indiana or Kentucky be tween the ages of fifteen and fi ty years Send In your name at once It you deslro to compete as the race only extends over a of nino weeksJuly 1 to August 31 InclusiveHow Get Votes Votes may Bo secured In The Heralds contest by clipping the coupons from the dally paper which count as one vote and are only valid one week or by securing subscriptions for the Sunday and w ekly and havIng such tlona paid for In advance A new yearly subscription counts for 2400 votes a new six months subscription counts for 1000 votes and sO on Full information on this point may bo learned by reading The Her ald or writing the Contest Department for particularsEnter Now It yon aro eligible enter this contest at once You may win the capital of mobile If cash you the namo of your relative or sweetheart as the case may be and help her win a prize It will cost And nothing costs a nothing to try for one of the Now Is the time to get busy In tis gIgantic contest You may never have another opportunity to get such valuable prizes for so little ef fort Enter the race before some OTTO else In your locality gets all tho votes you are depending on To enter the contest simply send your name and address to the Contest Department of The Herald Louisville Ky and you will receive full Information upon every point of the race by return mall 25000 in Prizes A Sltta Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth of nelthatcIIyouCome and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled to the much desired figure a quarter million in six great day Set our new grounds and new buildings costing 275Oe0steel- and concrele grand stand mammoth exhibition bars Infest trot ting track in the worlds Trotting Facing Running Races Daily An amusement program running way Into thousands el dollar united with an exhlhllloll plan never before aUemptecL r SEPT 16 211901 LOUISVILLE S Capt Knabeasnae In his airship the marvel of the centurywith daily Ulihts and exhibitions aad sight ride lathe air a searchlight esptlyebRooalSensational acrobatic acts free each dayf And tbe worlds greatest living color page ol amoseaeat eater rises Pains lamom Haakattaa Reich lire works tad the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesurluj actual reprodactloa of the awe hlspiting calamity of 1966 given alghlly la Ue UlkW front of the rud stand IIIf1artIslRemember the lteelvcky State Fur was created by tlte Kentucky Legislature and Is given aader the auspices it the Kiatecky State Board Agricaltire Write lor catalogue tad Illustrated descriptive kook R E HUGHES Secretary LoaUrUle f4 lICI mC1tQ gottlullmvalue forassured propperlynandh arenoteligibleZenter candidate More Than passengercarrying J7 Nan wIJ fWIIW to I BRASS AND IRON BEDS I IMeaDIlfonarch ci ito l you thei UDeDU1ferE other Every Bed fully guaranteed BYI Ind 1 tr 1 1The I The ntfit be Pimilopt the most I rolint lr the IUItt Durable made i- I Write today for piitii ular8 Wo nhn bundle m full line of t Belting HoSe Pipe Pipe Fittings and i GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work aKSpecialty irrllE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINOHEJTEB KY I Lexington Eastern Ry j Effective ov1R 1V06 li TaarfOt JI ru th- Dai exStu No4 j Stations 1 ni A M f JvJt XIJ1Jtlll12d 735 Vnuhester 810 813 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CourlorJournnl18somg to support the ticket And tilt ro you have it Send your order for this com hination to u5not tothe Courier Journal The regular pfiu of the Weekly Courir Journal alone isla your sr- d wtattap yt