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I- ti ir n S r k 4 10 L J X i f t IJ i q b f i J h RSdt r t L J k S H f I THE IT WIMESve r C 50 v j Centsa Year Advance t We are 6Rre9o 1p Ckp tk Sarrooojiog Country aoi Oarselces toB BurgherPublisher AAa r VOL ICLAYOITY v jURSDAY AUGUST 12 1909 NO 2 I k t We Doff Our Hat Tenet Ky August 5th Ifltip Editor Times Legal business called us to c Sfantba on August 2nd here we had not been for over a year We found the public roads lead ing to the bounty seat in good repair We found flower beds planted in the Oourthouse yard and the inside of the Courthouse substantially ceiled with pressed ste of whichspeaks well of the officials of the Fiscal Court We met J E Burgher Editor and proprietor of the Times and in whom you could not find a Toeier man or a stronger Demo- cratI this side of Way dawn 1 South in Dixie The writer takes six different papers but am always glad to get theTinies from the fact that it is all home news and nQpatent outside and John prints his paper on the principle that when you undertake to do a thing strike at the head Jonn has certainly climb ed the steep hill of Journalism until ho is just about standing on the top We met M A Philipps 1 that noted Jurist whom the De mocracy of Powellcounty said on the 6th day of Mast February that they wanted him for their County Attorney He won the nomination ove r a strong Democrat and a gentleman of the highest type which speaks volumes in his r 1 pi1li i di 1iffr iitfOfj s tice between man and man We have known him 18 years and al- I ways found him to be on the side where morcy was most needful We went to him in the year 1800 to bring an action about some standing timberover which there was a wrangle He Advised us to settle the matter out of couitfor said he I had rather know thatq I Iialmade peace between two warring factions than to receive the fee Give me pence before anything except good health and rMrFi clear concience Powell coup ty will make no mistake if they elect him County Attorney at the next November election Respectfully yours Rumbling Ike Clean Up Appropas the action taken by the Couuty Board of Health Mayor H 0 Warmouth the city Council in its regular session Friday night concurring has issued an order for all residents of the city to Saturday clean up tijeir premises from every point of view drain all pools or stagnant ponds One special day has been designated that the work may be more surely done through concentration of effort on the partqall at oue time This is in the right direction and every resident should and doubtless will take hold and make the proclamation of Mayor Warmouth source of much pro fit in escaping scourge of fever this fall Dont forget the dry and date next Saturday August 14th Cut off TJinb Tom Mountz while running rip saw at SwannDay Lumber Companys phaiigmi Satudy cut off his left thumb and small portion of the finger next to it Drs Smith and Williams dressed the injured hand and he iinow gettingalong nicely The Montgomery County Fair will be held at Mt Sterling Au gust 81st and September 1st end 8rd and 4th The fair has been well advertised in this city and will be liberally patronized by Clay City people For any kind of summer wear for women men girls or boys see our lines Can interest you ia quail ty priccsandassortmentHardwick Co Stanton wvurvw iv 7 14- i SHIMFESSELS y J- i 1 The Old Reliable Place j1 For Everything You Need in I r General Merchandise j fl Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City- t fJJ9ountry Produce Bought and Sold I i A Liberal Share of Your Patronage 2- I Solicied71I 1 f i I r r SHIMPESSEL J NV J hAY id J z At r Ii1 i t A r 1 f z 1 I a a a a a a 7 lljI hCLAYKENTUCKY gtrflrliRYLt jT A I 1Jo 1 l p r i r t tt A iwl Accident Hilberts lde8t son of Paul TipioniihattSryenteen years old TJleidaYifiitgi4R avery bad acci lose him the Us- eofUneUpolgssof both eyes beafdd tOat 6Hffeiing and pain He dtYQUng r brother bad tome powdttri bottle which had- gotten wethtchwas thought to be Gilbert never thou Qf1OIwIt plodtn jbut any way tih and applied to the bottle when In a 11ash it eSplSBSdjin the boys face which der into his eyes and sevef6l Idled him When arrived one eye was 8obadly swolen he could not examliSejmnd the other eye was in abi condition but the Doctor thins e will regain his sight tinfiurefla and has hopes for the other eSVhough it will take a few davBiiojuleVclop how serious the injury wi p eve to be Ale kjExamnatfon It is announced from Washington that tneSfo nination of Na tional BajfjuwiH be far more rigid in thojsfuture than in the past The x miners have been organhedin o districts and their reports atelMe more carefully made and scrutinized In all c sestvhprconditian of the bank js nbtlwnat the Treasury Department its there will be four exaimuafelnns annually in steadof two AIFof tliese banks have been notified that thereafter the presenceDf all their di rectors will be required during the quarterly examination and will be expected to give the examiner the benefit of their knowledge of all makers and in dorsers of commercial paper that the bank may hold cU Attendlrti the Fair Several from fiete have been attending the biglilitegrass fair at Lexington this week The L d E has becnrunmng a special train from Bowen Svhlch leaves here at 12 oclock and returns at 8 oclock This is veLyconihient as we can go and re turn home between meals The State convention of the Uhurch of the Living God is in session in WinchSt r They have properly and handsomesubarban vill build a taber nacle which be State headquarters and meeting place for the annual cont on =T The hot pricesatthhot weather sale at m8 are mak ing the move fast If you are not getting yiur Bbate of the bargains It is ypijir own fault See our line bf t QueeD Quality Shoes and Oxfprj38fqr Wemen in the new shades Iasts Hardwick fe Co KytGrover Barnttwho has beensp seriously ill sMIth flux is said to be much Improved at this time Hi- sfather0 W Jlnett who was al ttoV r sick lajt week hasabdut rep coy x 1iberty Bmi HfitJi for Men ae lhys Ip allthe newsha and ill t foly tt t rlSf 1 4t4M f r k P 1 f el ttf liJf LJ- v ii 1 I w t NOTICE BOARD OF HEALTH Typhoid fever is abroad in the land Filth and garbage cesspools and stagnant water are incubators for the fever germs Let every body clean their premises and thus prevent the source of disease and check its spread and progress Done by order of the Board Aug fith 1909Jno D Atkinson Secy Farmers Institutes Secretary of Agriculture Ran kin is arranging for the holding- of three Institutes in the various counties of the State this fall At each meeting a delegate will be chosen to the State Formers Institute which will meet at Frankfort during the next session of the Legislature The subjects for dscussion in the In stitute meetings are Necessity of Farmers Institute How to Obtain Good Crops How to Man tain the Fertility of the Soil Cattle and their Value also Feeding rind Caring for same Necessity of Growing Grasses and How and When to Sow Good Iloads How to Improve the Farm The Garden and its Products Why Uucle Sam is the Farmers Friend The Boy on the Farm Why we Should Educate the Girls the Soil Manure Cowpeas and Clover How to Produce the Best Crop of Corn Wheat and 0 its and How to Produce the Best Crop Ne Forcetethe various subjects have been employed and their talks will be thoroughly practical See our line of Cook Stoves and tanges We can sell theta cheaper than peddlers or mail order hous es and besides you can see Just what you are buying and know where to find us should anything be unsatisfactory with the stove or range Hardwick Co- Stanton Ky Down the River They Go President Taft has deciced that in appointing census supervisors 1 Republicans only will be named in the Northern and Western States In the Southern State with tae exception of Kentucky Tennessee Missouri and North Carolina half of the supervitots will be Democrats Considc hij the four Southern States named as debatable ground the per dent will name members of his own party in the hope of strengthening it Him Ii Cnircliy d Wallace Miller a negro at tempted to assault Lila Wad lington aged 11 years in Ttisg county He was captured by she little girls brothers who started with the fiend to 0 dez to jril A mob took the negro from tem and lynched him in a chuochyrrd- on the road The Old Kentucky Fro Insurance Company has olnicdru Mt Sterling and been ircorpor ted wrib 200000 capitaand 100000 m pius Jt2e Lewis Apt ja s P eskient J 0 Giee le e and Chas D Grubb Sov y Herman Host a went Shod y o see his uncle C W Earner rnd cousin Grovel Eavneii both o whom are very sick rt the ho e near Winchester He was glad to find both of them somewhac improved l We are a day late on account of pressing job work This Sale Continues The hot weather sale at M Williams is providing a general public benefit sale Many dollars are being saved by the buying puiflie who are visiting this s ore ling these hot days If you are ro one of the satisfied customers yoa should be a I- M 1 BIB BARGAINS IND MILLINERYeeoeoee- oooooooooeooooooeooooooeoeooooeeoee Hats 50c and up MEvery Hat at a Big Reduction y Hats made and Trimmed to Order by i Mrs W N Bushittthe PRACTICAL MILLINER located in Central Ho el Sample Room r i I t v 8 a tear r b y I i- a 1 IM r+ rJ G rn 41 Z4- r r THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THU113DAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Hates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass moll matter Thursday Aug 12 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 9100 u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 4 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING M s Annie Ware spent Monday whh friends Winchester Wm Edge and Geo S Ware visited Winchester Sundpy Mis Leona Garrett of Clay City is visiting her friend Mrs Shelt McKinnev Tlios McKinney was in Lex ington attending the fair the firs of the week Mrs H DL Winburn is attending the Holiness campmeeting Winchester ths week Eld G W McIntosh and fam ily v sited Lexington Thursday and took in the Stock exhibits Little Kinney Burgher son of r Mrs Belle Burgher ran through tome hot ashes taken from the boiler at Davis fc McKinneys mill Saturday andseverely burned one ol his jf NOTICE As I stated some time ago that I was a candidate for County kludge I want to say to the taxpayers of Powell county I am in favor of a revision of the county expenses and taxes downward and I will further say if I am i nominatedand elected County Jude I will serve as Judge and Road Commissioner for the same salary that is now being paid for acting County Judge R W Garrett 6 The young thief and his em ployers money are usually soon parted 1 We have a number of mens suits I that will close out regardless of cost Will sell them at the follow ing prices for cash only 81700 suits for 811 00 S14 00 suits for 89 00 Sid 50 suits for 88 00 If you can use any of them you can not afford to miss this opportunity Hardwick do Co- Stanton Ky rtiH- e t ilfii r v CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY Program for tho Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday evening August 15th at 7 p m- TopicThe Two Valleys Pilgrims Progress SerIes VIIL TIle Valley of Humiliation and Death Mrs McGlone What Appears to the World to beDefeat VictoryA M Bur gherThe Purifying Effects of the Valley of Humiliation Mrs WilliamsThe Descent into the Valley vs the Careful Descent Thomas Rose The TwentySecond Psalm the Voice of one in Humiliation Ethel Johnson Rom 8 85S9 What is the Lesson TaughtMrs Martin Song Societ- yRecitationReese Shimfessel The Folly of the Man who tries to make the Pilgrimage Without a GuideRev Bush The Times Hardships and Im agery of Buuyan Mollie John sonSongSSociety Roll Call- Collection of Dues Benediction Kimbrell l Mrs 0 M Wood is ill at this writingW Patrick bought of James Olem one weanling calf for 0 00 Born to Thomas Olem and wife Monday Aug 11 a daughter I Thos Olem bought of Jo Tut tie his peach orchard near here for 80 00 Asa Abney of Lee county was here last week visiting his son Levi Abney James Clem sold to Oharley Wood two hogs averaging 100 lb each at Of cents per pound Married at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs 0 H Withers last Thursday Andrew Johnson to Miss Edith Withers Judge Noland officiat ing The revival meeting at Jack sons chapel closed last Friday night with several coversious and 22 additions to the church RevI Hi 0 Martin of Winchester as sisted the pastor in the meeting LAST WBEte Mrs Fradk Conner and chit den are visiting George Oonner this week Thomas Olem and W F Hall were at Winchester the first of the week with a load of apples Mrs W G Patrick has been sick with malarial fever for two weeks and is but little improved Wm McIntosh has sold his UUUt + 1o 10 H+ + + + + + + + + + +i + ++ lo + + + + + ++ It STANTON J COLLEGE Every teacher a professional 235 Students lait year Two new dpartmentsthis year Not a poor Uy but a good College Common Branches High f rsityIIfludiw Collegiate Work Elocution Oratory Music lEkeeping Stenography Typewriting Stanton offers at expense Write for Prospectus for 19091910 t I R A McCONAGHA President STANTON KENTUCKY Ir e j tfm Ut t1 frt J r u t ifW A 1 7 t T 1 TN1 y 1Ex i Af1 If W farm on Oalfoways creek to Frank Conner of Clark county for 125 00 J Mr and MrsVWm Shepherd of Clark county are visiting Mrs Shepherds mother Mrs Mary Wiseman this week The meeting atJackons Ohap el continues Vith increased in terest There has been several conversions and additions to the church Rev Henry Martin of Winchester is assisting the pastor l An Infallible Remedy This la not a patent medicine ad vertisement but n real experience It is said thattiee stings will cure rheumatism they certainly will cure a cold The writer was this week suffering with a severd cold In the head so badwas the trouble that great annoyance was present nearly all the time While talking to a friend Tuesday a huge bum blebee all of a sudden flew mad at us and stung uson the nose just between the eyes over the seat of our bad cold The remedy was a little severe and we had to explain to many inquiring friends why our face was so ewolen but it cured the cold to a finish We think there ieno doubt of the same remedy curing a cold 4dthe head for any one when applied with the same force that we had to sake our med icineThe i discussion over tho life of silver dollar inall npnsense and useless it all rd pends on who has it V STATE oFOmoGiTY op TOLEDO LUCAS C9UNTY r 88 Frank 1 Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney kCo dolngbus mess in the City oi Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hun died Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot becur ed by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J OAENEY Sworn to before me and snbscrib edin my presence this 6th day of Decembef A D 1S8C SEAL A NpT Vi GLEASNOI Palls Catarrh Cureis taken in ternally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CIIENPY Go Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Famlfy Pills for con stipation GardenSEEDS oI =1 at r n i 1 m- rLL t SALE CONTINUEY10 THE Overwhelming success of our Hot Weath er sale has so encouraged us that we have decided to continue this sale a little while longer zM Remember WE willselleverything in our store at BIG REDUCTIONS in prices in order to make room for Fall and Winter Goods und our MidSummer inventory iYou should attend this sale to supply your wants in DressGoods Notions Furnishings Laces andEn 1 broideries Underwear Hosiery Dress Skirts Boys Suits and Pants Mens Suits and Pants Mens Hats Shoos Womens Childrens Shoes China Glass and Tinware MillK nery Silks Ribbons Toilet Sets and in fact every thing atfromr13 to 14 off regular 1 Be sure to get our prices and compare our goodsbefore making your purchases Mrs J W WiUiann Clay City Ky The Whitest White Cake I The Lightest Light Rolls t 0 And Flakiest Biscuit Arc Made When YouUHO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour r Take no Other EverySack GuaranteediMANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants ft 1 t bl i ttie 4 I t lI r b I I I New FirmIe c 1wE WISH TO Say to the good people four home couDjtios that we have opened up a businesstin Winchester Ky on No 17 North Main IM Street and have a full Jino oftI Cement Sand Lime Wall Plaster Plaster Paris Brick all kinds o7 Sewer Pipe and gSIj1 Salt sand Fertilizer We also huddle Uffllebrated WJBBBER q i Call and see us or send us your order The price is al 1L ways right We also conduota Feed and flitch Stable + r 51 tII t I PowelI 4 Dawson If r i J t 1 tI r 11n Tt lR YCkh I 7 fYL f J otf lf t1 J t r- r tyr 1j rt alt i t t tt4rlj r t t f Jfp I fIf f I Yigw1T a l1aie NtChr 1 drti l 1t Jfl i IJ v I 1 t rEE TIMES f1ffc ALL HOMEMADE PAf Eft 7 THURSDAY AiiRl2j 1000 h L JOOAIJBREVlrIES Drink AVAIN8CO ITS UOJCA l tIOLAa- i r r M Daniel of Vinchester was inthe city on business Monday i i 3 Mr und Mrs Wm Mountz Sr Vr are visiting relatives at Richmond I this weektI J 0J i Misses Nora and Bennie Rich kvare visiting relatives in Madison count1 y I 1 Dont forget the hot wenthei sale V4 Is continued at1Irs Williams Y SJlJig reduction in many articles 3ns A Wallace and Squire Ben 4Ilatton drove over from Irvine Tuesdayr Eld und Mrs J M Rash ofi Winchester visided their son J Orews Rqshn few days the first of the week V We are selling all Summer Goods at cost now Act wise and get your share of these bargains Hardwicli G Co Stanton w Mrs F P Tracy and daughter t visited relatives at Winchester y tiiis week During the balance of the eeaspn yewm give you m interesting rev auction In price on anything in our millinery line It will pay you to getour prices Hardwick CO Stanton Ky 1 I Easter has developed into a i h Kat ilshsrman of Gate and last week landed an unusual number of 1the finny tribe including one g ten pounds The Crime of Idleness Idleness means trouble for any one Its the same with a lazy live er It causes constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion fr pimples and blotches loss of appe t tite nausea but Dr lings New Life Pills soon banish liver trou t bles and buildup your health 25c at nIl diuggistH A Good Dentist Dr S Pr Hanmion the local dentist is giving universal satisfaction t his patrons Ho can ego acute any class of dental work anal twill do it righJ He is r tnfltAlc i ing never quitting anywork until it is properly finished Our people c should patronize Dr Hamnv and induce him to stay with us all the time There is plenty of work here forhim to do but so much nf it now goes to Lexington and Win iii jf chester because we havq had no 4 iicfhtlst locnteclhereppermanently fliy all means give Dr Hanimon- ypiirt dental work and you will bo pleased 1 Twas A Glorlqus Victory E V4Fheres rejoicing in Fedora v Adrians lifebas been sav ihllt1nov Dr Kings New Discovery isthottaltfof thetown for 1 wiring G V Pepper of deadjy lung J jiemorrhages I could not work j l9igetnboutJI he writesand I tt the doctors me no good but r after using Dr Rings New Dicov cry three weeks I feel like a nQw t tt vrnmrr and can do good work again 44 5Fgrweaksaro of diseased lunge j 1l 7 bs and Cold lIemorJhagea- I i iHiy 1over LaGrippe Asthma or 1 t Ja IJrQn hhirt rOUQU Jhtanls i nn 600 and IQQ W Bott1efXiqSolis and fu- arII 1 pteedby l1arHgg q s 1 1I 1 1 R a v f jJJ It r Fo4f1 i i wr1LA 4- y J I 1 t Pastor BushaAAited heitiov Martin of1VintsFieetere are ton dUctutofritgtct lpeiviltetin at Hard wckfi crt etc ii6thoiist church Tames Bloom who recently sold his pool room toSD Hogere had begun the erection of a house on corneropRite the Company- Store nhd when completed will start a saloonn i It is nearly two weeks since we havoshud anyrain and it now be gins to look like we sire goingto hove something of a drouth It having beep so wet 60 long will only tend to make the drouth only thomoreFeverc Eld J M Rush preached most interesting sermon at the Christian church Monday night upon the eubjectof marks of ser vice It always aflords us great pleasure to hear a sermon from the Elder Rash Seared With a Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knlfbruised by slammed door injured by gun Or in a ny other waythe thing needed at once is Bucklens Arnica Salve to subdue inflamntion und kill the pain Its earths supreme hpnler infallible for Boils Ulcers Foyer Sores Eczema and Piles 2ac at all druggists President Taft has invited Governor Willson to accompany him down the Mississippi er on a big pleasure trip Washingtons Plaguo Spots lie in tho low marshy bottomsof the Potomac the breeding ground i of malaria germs Thee germs cause chills fever and ague bile iousness jaundice lassitude weak ness and general debility ind brings sufferine or death to thousands yearly But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure ma larial troubles They are the best hlrotind tonic and cure for malaria I ever used writes R M Tames of Louellen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood troubles and will prevent typhoid Try them 50c Guaranteed by all druggists BUY YouR waara IOESAHDFURS feather TallOW ISecswax Ginseng Golden Seal YeilowKoot etc We are Dealers and can do better for ou Ithan agents or commission merchants Reference my Bank in Louisville Write for weekly price list and shipping tags bags free M 8AQZL SONS COTADUCHKO IN taSO 220 E Market fit LOUISVILLE KY II UNION LAWN FENCE J Oos4s v aefactor for Iawte uyt ynrda lelH dens ire anke ttnalgtc fus lawns door s fhh1 hog ntlvouIRrY Vrlte forratalutcN NCE CO- d J AeKaQti lll Kaaesttrs lisp f3it YZ 1 tl 4 4- y t y 1 t 1 Ie Jy it- e r cI J tI aY w J tItv taK lITITie Blue Grass raitt Will Have Them All Topp etiln This Line 1 At ho other latr over held In Kentucky have the conditions for the pout try exhibit beeimrnade BO attractive as for the blp flue Grass Fair which corona at T xlneton the weak of AUR 9th to 14th this year Entranco feed which have heretofore been required at practically all poultry shows have been abolished by the management of the Blue Grass Pair who In their lib erality and their desire to encourage the best posstbleexhlbltlon have been willing to do away with this source of rovenue Several years ago the association constructed a complete and up todate house lor tho holding of Its poultry show a house where every convenience can be had by exhibitors where the poultry can be displayed to the very best advantage Not only are all kinds of chickens cared for In tHe premium list but there are also classes for ducks geese turkeys and pigeons a total of 266 rings to the department Tlio show will be under the management of a committee composed of Messrs O R Williamson E B Wrenn and F L Smith ail of whom are inent members of tho Blue Grass Poultry and Pet Stock Ansoclatlon and who are exerting their very best efforts to make the poultry show at the Blue Gross Fair tho best ever seen In tho state UNIQUE OF ITS KIND Greatest Ring of FiveGal ted Saddle Horses Ever Seen In America What promises to be the greatest ring of Ave gaited saddle horses over seen In America will be a feature of Thursday Aug 12 the fourth day of the Blue Grass Fall at Lexington this year It is a thousanddollar stake which Is open to stallion mare or gold lag any age to be shown under sad dle In accordance with the rules of tho Blue Grass Fair Association gov erning fivegaited saddle horses Five hundred dollars goes to the winner 250 to the second horse 150 to the third and 100 tothe fourth All en tries arc required to be registered in tho American Saddle Horse Registry 1v rlf ith HII n l5 nns t11n work It tt hari lta 1r o BCCXBSffS S22M SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER ffl i- Y1 ta t ld Few llutnn A trial will V snake you ocr rtfraaneat costotaer V III Prtle r 11ectIfJJwlko t1 vnrlII L 101 11 the captnitiTarIp7plendidlCLtetxItarts Write todlfY this Paper SEND fO CENTSto Mnr ixnuj d tcllngtnd nniri Ala valuable eonoctlou of Drttt yea tornlYI with crtlaitrKCtirei JIffullul fiend I ttUi w boat toe Jicit va t1rSot j nwti w 11II W filkbceIves t TTTITTI 45 1C i invZ t f1 J CAPITAL STOCK S1OOOOO- g SURPLUS AND UN- DIVIDEDv PROPITS 100000 J a y I TIID WINCIJES I2 a 1NE itiiol WINcustmrut Ky NIIoLLYYITUJRSoozPnEs YoR t3r1tAlt OAHHJKK 4J YOUR ACOUNT8 SOraOITBD Wt wJ +41 tE + + F3wt cIq1t1I E 3 h H tiWatchrnakei rJeweler i t J s All xKlnd of Watch4 and Clock I Repairing OH 4harjt Notice and 1 Rease +able rr gATI FA- Ci 1I ONdt1ARAl ED UHf of 1O Jewelry S Spectacles + I itcaw JUt see tM Ii tke Re- dRIverl1otel II t rjiT Mjy CKIt j jr + 0ff off + + I l tiI i 1 NABJS rt7 r r r to t- t Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It the best ofall medicines for the cure of diseases disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu intheIt he safe medicine In any condition of tho system TIlE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol end no injurious habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for such stimulants THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers arc not afraid to print Its every Ingredient on eachoutside bottlewrapper and attest to tho truthfulness of the same under oath It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere and any dealer who hasnt it can get it Dont take a substitute of unknown compysition for this medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is just as good as Dr Pierces is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit Such a man is not to bo trusted He is trifling with your most priceless possessionyour health may be your life itself See that you get what you ask for p Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY rCapital Paid in KENTUCKYItli Surplus and Profits Flrnnr vidIiAccounts of Corporations ndl cepted on the most liberal 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tFremedyFOR KIDNEY UVSR AMD rite over a druggietd enter iId- Ir rAj v 9 i- I j tr r av YPEOULIARINTERESTAttaches Big Blue Grass Fair to Be Held In Auguste COVER IS A THING OF ART I The Great Animal Artist George Ford Has Contributed His Genius IMorris a Fit Setting For Sumptuous 25000 to Be Given IWorkOver ITh catalog of big Blue Crass Fair which Is t9 tic held at Lexington the week of August 9th to Ith has been Issued It Is n hook of peculiar Interest to all Kentucltlans and Is wore extensive than the catalog of any pro views fair ever held at Lexington The cover ltnelf Is very attractive It is a design especially drawn by the great animal artist George Ford Morris and Is arranged In panels The top panel Bhovs the four classes of cattle which are of particular Interest to Kentuck lans namely the Shorthorn the Hereford and the AberdeenAngus of the beef breeds and the Jersey of the dairy breed The lower panel which Is of corresponding size shows the four recognized classes of horses which the Blue Grass Fair includes In Its premium list namely the thorough bred the standard bred and the flue gaited and threegaited saddle horse The side panels give excellent pictures of sheep and hogs Over 25000 to Be Given Away The premium list calls for a total distribution of more than Twentyfive Thousand Dollars which is equitably divided among the varied classes of live stock The most of this money is naturally offered for horses because the Blue Grass Fair is conceded to bo the greatest horso show In tho world Breeding classes are offered for the three1 recognized American breeds the thoroughbrd the standard bred and the American saddle horse In each Instance registration Is made a re quirement of entry The show classes are thrown open to the world They include tho flvegalted saddle horse for which there are twelve rings the tiareogaHed saddle horse with eight rings the flue harness horse with twelve rings the roadster with twelve rings and th9 heavy harness horse with three rings In addition there are premiums for miscellaneous of such as the run about horse and the plantation saddle horse There are classes for Shotland ponies and for ponies other than Shet lands of variant size to be shown un der saddle and to harness Other Live Stock Very liberal provision is made for both mules and jack stock Eleven hundred dollars Is offered for Short horn cattle five hundred dollars for Herefords six hundred and fifty for AberdeenAngus seven Hundred dollars for Jerseys There are also classes for fat stock with such provi sions that any farmer who has a steer of any merit can find an excellent place to enter him Departments for swine and sheep Include the most important breeds of such stock A large amount of money is offered for poultry And a depart ment has Peen added this year which should appeal particularly to farmer Including as it does practically nil classes of farm products grown In Kentucky The Womans Department carries a very excellent premium list There will be firstclass harness and running races practically every day of the Fair Among the former Is a thou sanddollar stake for twoyearold trotters which will be contested on Tues day August 10th the second day i Dally Program The opening day Monday will be given over to automobile races which proved a most popular feature of just years fair TJils year many of the mosbnoted drivers from every section competej and jen r nets will bo shown andij sides the racing of Tuesday afternoon there will bo an excellent show program for various classes of horses Wednesday morning will have the breeding classes for standard bred hdrses the Jersey cattle and more sheep and swine Wednesday after noon will bo devoted to Jicioji and to other excellent show classes Including the handsomer Smith W tklnsfeVC6 trophytThousand DollaHStake Onlrhursdaytmorninwlleeome5tpe Ff ifJ Ji t 1 r f x L r- Y i- h jJ n VF r + 1 b- ereelingctstses t A v i re7r American saddle horses lhohhorn Ta the tat stock ndqn fcaturn pf Thursday afternoonS horse shOTv will be the- big Thousand Dollar Stake for five galted saddle j horses tybjcfrshould jecnInMules and JCberdeenAngus cattle I will hold the boatls Friday morning with another excellent horse show and racing in the afternoon ISaturtay the casing day will wit ness t of thorough bred horses world nearly ten thousandsdollars being given In Tnoney arid In seasons to help make the shooOn Saturday after noon cpmos the crowning show pro gram of thewcek anon the champion ships in all ttLehorse classes will be contested Taken as a jvhole this Is the best and most complete showprogram ever offered by a i1Iijrx1hosouth One As In previous years the one Judgo system will beusedfor all classes j save the championships for horses r when three from the regular list ofTiofse judges of the fair wtl be used Inleachc class The cataloor the Blue Grass Fair Is well wort1iye4ofcareful Inspection Thousands ofooples been mailed all over Kentucky and other states but anyone r has not received a copy and who desires ono wlll secure same proraptly Tpon request to Secretary Jouott Shouse at Lexington THE THOROUGHBREDS Will Be o ool the Great Feature o- fAi Comlnfl Blue Grass Fair Almost every Ikentuciian at onetime or anOthprShas seen a running race but comparatively few have had the opportunity Ito see thoroughbred stock hot In training Within a radius of twenty miles of Lexington are grouped practically all of the big thoroughbred nurseries to be found in North America At a number of these places are horses which have cost their owners fromJBOiOOO to 150000 It seems therefore both fitting and proper that thc BUie Grass Fair which comes at Lexington the week of Aug 9th to 14th should show Its recognition of the Importunes bf the thoroughbred breeding IndustrYltd Central Kenutcky by offering attractive premiums for a show of thoroughbred breeding stock This on falr In America which offers such premiums and un less all signs falljthe greatest show of thoroughbred 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