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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 T 0 t iRE P CLAYlJCITY TIMES1 JJ f 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Claf City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves ill B Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY OITY KY TUURSDAY JULY 28 J9IO NO 30 For Commissioner of Agriculture Mr J R MoDanell Superin tendent of schools of Galatin county has announced as candidate for Commissioner of Agricul ture subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr MoDanell was reared ona Gallatin county farm and is really identified with the best interests of the farmers and thero is no better man for the place He has many acquaintan nces in this county who will give him their support and it will be no trouble for him to carry this coun ty Mr MoDanell married Miss Mayme Groves a former teacher and an ideal lady of this city Heres to both of them the very best wishes of a host of Powell county friends In speaking of Mr MoDanell in part the Warsaw Independent Ills home paper says As to political affiliation Super intendent MoDanell comes from one of the oldest Democratic families in Kentucky and has always been allied with the interests of his yarty And IP considered one of the work the Democratic party in his county and district He is well known and popular all over the Sixth District and if nom partytfollowingDivorcing the man from the of fice considering other quulifica tfons which are equally vital with those of technical nature and con sidering James R McDanell as a man as a citizen we find he unites all those true qualities which from chvacterof the big6oAttmIa p isamlLft whbin high ideals and has done even mote Personallylieunselfishthe kind of man who willnever consider Any test as too severe for friendshipa man whose loyalty to a friend is only quickened by adversity In character as wellas in qualification he is emi nently fitted for the office to which While it is true that personally he is our friendyet we would not When you are tt Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready foryou The spring styles we are showing in and young mens suits will appeal the most aitical and exacting It will pay you to see the i range of styles patterns and colors are showing We have countyW that is appropriate for men in walk of life Come in and through you will appreciate grace drape style and exceflece fit and finish We are showing a splendid Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were tefied and seleded much care given to the ting andmakingthe fit and will stand the closest scrutiny honestly believe them the finest meats in the State and youll v i with us once you see them avail ourselves of even the license of friendship in paying him that tribute to which his worth so well entitles himthe tribute the world must ever accord the upright man the progressive citizen the chris- tian gentleman Bridge Question Revived The bridge question is being revived in Powell county again The promoters seem to want abridge at Hnmmons ford and at Old Clay City This proposition is Rood as faras it goes but it does not go quite far enough Clay Oity and the county badly need one more bridge and that across the ford on the Southside of the city The proof that this bridge is so badly needed the Times feels assured that the citizens will raise half the amount of monev necessary to build it and this we dont believe can be done at either of the other pointsWe believe the authorities of both county and city want to and are willing to do what the people need and require and to this we suggest that as the county is now already in debt and the city has no money to throw away the people interested go ahead and laiee half the necessa ry money to build them and this will enable the authorities to finish up the bridges entirely the city and county We can lID l ought to do this and to this end the Olay City Times will i i1ilt10n1ooothers encouragingly and we are IOS8i1bteclosed out this fall and thereby let Powell be a model county at lekstr from the important of bridges If everybody vitally interested will put their shoulder to the wheel and do their duty we can get these bridges without a great burden to either cityaor SHIMFESSEL SL t i Vi iv 1 I y THE FEATHERS INSTITUTE The Powe1 ounty Teachers Institute conveat Stanton on the 18thofJulyrot R M Sl1ipp of Winchest Btfas the instructor Prof 8hipp ni enterprising and echolary gent men well qualified for Institute 3 rk Most all of the schools in thJcbunty ware repre sented and b earnest enthusiastic teachers t We feel tat the citizens of Stanton deserve our highest com med tionl U e kindness w5tl which they ea generously favored us during thervveek At the close of the Institute the following reso lutions were ttibpted 1 Resolved1ttht we heartily thank Prof SHJppjor the able and proficient maittier in which he hat conducted ourinstitute 2 Resolved that while we miss the presence tar xSuperintend ent R A Irvin SrH and also Mrs Grace who was one of our sister teaclir81ts we observe their vacant wits in onr Institute wo rejoice with t them in having entered into the spiritual enjoyments of the world beyond 5 We also de sire to express our warmest sympathies for the many friends who moan their departures 3 Resolvedhat we tender our thanks toProt 4 ohn t Rogers dnd his vocal choir for thtl vocal music with which thfciy BQ courteously fa vored us T r tyreslAW A Q efforts he is making to execute the new school law 5 Resolved that wo recommend to the next General Assembly of Kentucky the passage of a law re quiring elementary agriculcuro to be taught in the public schools 15 Resolved that we petition our next Legislature to make some modification of that clause of the pres ent school law which requires each subdistrict to contain at least for ty pupils C L Smith J H Howell KirkpatrickMinnie Committee Elections of Trustees Trustees will be elected in the various subdistricts of the coun ty Saturday August 6 Tho law provides that candidates for this fflco must file a petition with the county clerk at least ten days be fore the election is held when his name will be placed on the ballot In some counties trustee elections have become about as exciting as county Magistrates races used to be Mrs A T Curruthers of Lexington and Miss Josephine Lo IIgdon of Ohristiansburg are visit the Highland Orphanage tall fc Convention The Demo is ofPowell county will assemble mt the courthouse in Stanton Kylitl oclock pm on Saturday Au 6th 110 for the purpose of selecting and if desired instructing delegates to attend the District Convention to be held et Mt Sterling Ey at 130 oclock p m on Tuesday Aug 9th 1910 fur the purpose of selecting Democratic candidate for Congress to- be voted for in the Tenth Congress local District at the November eTVi lection1910 H One r Chm PowelCoDem Ex Corn- 1y t1 I J 1 f pl1 d A Washington Dispatch to Women Men Must Not Read Madam have you been to the dry goods store latelythe dry goods store in your own town Have you noticed that you must pay from 10 to 12 touts these days for the standard mus lins that retailed for 8 and 9 not so long ago And do you know that ging hams that sold last year for nc a yard now cost 8ilIThese questions are addressed to the womenfolks In fact this article is dedicatad to the women of Clay City This is because the editor has asked for a political letter from Washington for the sole interest of his women readers Yes the request was some what unusual The newspaper correspondents who sit in the Press Galleries In United States Capitol seldom if ever prepare an article for the enlighenment of the women of the land But why not Is it not true that they do more buying than the men And that increased prices pinches the women even more than the men Now if you have noted that muslins and ginghams and such are higher do you know the rea son Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island and Senator Flint of California stpet dCnle fiodr of the Jj ilae epVtartenien cy of prices These Senators were simply trying to pass the responsibility from their shoul ders where it belongs to the shoulders of the corner store where it does not belong Your local dealer is as blameless for incresing prices as you are Then who is to blame I can give you the answer The color ed gentleman in the woodpile is the PayneAldrich tariff law The members of Congress who voted for this measure will be explaining to your husbands be fore long that they voted for protection But what they really voted for was extortion fr Ginghams and laces are not the only things that cost more because of the passage of the extortion bill Take stock ings for instance A year ago a popular seller was a German knit cotton stock ing with a seamless foot and Louis Hermesdorf dyes This stocking cost the merchant 225 a dozen pairs and sold for 25 cents a pair Last year a certain American stocking not so well dyed nor so well made cost the merchant 1175 a dozen pairs Today the American stocking costs the merchant 225 a dozen and sells for 25 cents Do you see the point The tariff has raised the price of its Gorman rival 10 cents a pair and it is no longer on sale The greedy American gets a monopoly on stockings Then he immediate ly raises his price to the retailer And you are now paying the same price for an inferior article that you used to pay for a good article i 1 Jo cheaperI Here is a table supplied by a leading wholesale dry goods es tadlishment which tells its own story Mens womens and childrens hosiery cost prior to Payne tar iff per doz 167 184 221 and 250 Cost of same articles today per doz 188 205 248 and 286 Mens cotton and Jersey gloves cost prior to Payne tariff per doz 072 126 and 162 Oost of same article today per doz 117 165 and 108 Womens clothes cost more this year than they did last as a result of the PayneAldrich bill A womens readymade suit costs 8 more than it did for a pat tern of the same quality The woman who bought a pattern and made her own spring suit had to pay 1 a yard for common blue serge that she bought last year at 75 cents or for broad cloth 150 a yard for what was formerly 125 Nor are these things an excep tion Take wollen blankets take wollens of any kind take mens ladies and childrens gloves but why more examples If you have been shoppingyouJ- p Ivrltery I tb sty fibtt Ftit h tM1 a 0 rfOI t 1BtC otfone thing at leasf tfle Washington correspondent if he knows his business can put you straight Your local retailers American women are not the responsible parties It is true that the clew to higher prices leads into the local retailers but it is also true that is runs right on through and out of his back door The really responsible parties are the members of Congress who voted for the PayneAldrich bill And you might by the way inquire around and find out just how your member vot ed If he voted aye nail him And nail him hard l For he is the villain m the piece Why allow your horses and cattle to suffer with tiles when you can get a preparation that will kill them off and keep them off for 24 hours at C Shimfessels LostStore door key Kindly return to this office See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Spectacles Lost Pair steel frame spectacles in heavy cardboard case Lost Some where in Clay City Friday June 17 Please rretun to this office Farm For Sale 30 acres level land 1 mile from Clay City well watered about 8 acres in timber rest well suited for corn and grass Good dwelling And outbuildings For further pal tieu lars call at this office LostGold filled case watch on R R between depot and bridge at Clay City Finder will be hand somely rewarded if he will return the watch to J G Rogers Clay City H W Monroe Dr Bells Pine TaHoneV For Coughs and Colds i A rc 1 S THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year IB al vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 28 1910 How They Manage Them In Germany In the empire of German practically all the potash mines in the world are found and it that country thoy are very nu merous A few years ago this valuable mineral which is theI chief fertilizer of this and couiltries began to be mi ned tot extensively which meant to the mine operaters not so much profit for them so they owned an agreement or what we call in this country a trust whereby each mine was to sell so much of the worlds supply and at an a greed price Before it had been that a mine could cut the price a little and run all the time while other mines which held out for a good stiff profit could ruu but a short time After the trust was formed all mines worked the same time and sold for the same profit The German government learned of this and passed a law taxing the trust a small per cent to pay for a commission to try themselves which was also found guilty of combining to fix rates and which was also found tq be selling their products cheaper a broad than they did in Germany The commission fined them an a mount equal to the excessive profits and dissolved the trust andth whole were paid for by the trust4ithnq X penee t hepSQpfe whatever How dtferegtipthis country The Government will appropri ate large s mlot money to bustthetrustf and appoint great men for the job These men will investigate take to the courts and try thecaseand if a jury gives a verdict for the gov ernment a higher judge knocks it all out and the Jrust is only made stronger Thais just what the government wanted done Then the trust puts a few thousand dollars into the Repub lican campaign fund and all is lovely again Will Not Destroy its Offspring John W Kern the admirable Democratic nominee for Vice President recites true conditions when he says TheRepublican party being the parent of the protective system connot be ex IJe ted to destroy its offspring Even the insurgents cling to the system and proclaim its right eousness while declaring them selves in favor of reducing the duty in certain schedules substituting as it were petit lar ceny for grand larceny plain un ostentatious burglary for high way robbery Only the Demo cratic patry can be trusted to work out thee needed reform but to fit itself for the work it must select tfo its leaders men free from alliances with special inter ests j men strong enough and discreet enough to strike down all unlawful monopolies that plunder the people while at the seine time protecting and en couraging every legitimate busi floss enterprise in the land Senator OumniRepublican Says Speaker Gannor and theloountry y cauce of their interest in promoting the cause of monopolies The itro unwilling to take measure to prevent the rapidly growiiij tendency toward monopoly or to disintegrate and distroy the mo nopolies already in existence whereby the prices of commodities are fixed not by the usua laws of trade but by the will of a single man or group of men Monopoly does not mean a single factory with absolute control of hpJffactories whereby the prices ore the sm in all whether or not this fll to- ries are owned by one company or are controlled through trus agreement Recent zephyrs Sagamore nil waft the tidings that the Oolbne is n ftherufor the insurgent nor agm the regulars he likei em both forsooth Also that 8 regards the governorshipof NeW York he iscfor the best man All of which is exceedingly illuminating but strangely unsatis fying to several million lien worshipers who have been wait ing impatiently for the Colone to pounce upon a certain fat gentleman and eat him alive They now say twhen Johnny Langley made so many prom isesin the last campaign such as promising the mountain counties turnpikes Estill county bridge at Irvine and Vienna and etc it was only an electioneering scheme to get votes Just so tin Twines told the people that was the case during the campaign The question now perplexing tin people is how can wo know to take Johnny seriously A great deal just now is beinj said ajboutdi voicing the TJehp bonlThewhen the two were i1JtedBe cape four bolting Democrats vpted for Bradley the whiskey candidate pgainst Beckham a- temperance advocate is no rea son why the two are one These bolters had to leave their party to support a whiskey man TheTimes still believes that getting votes under false pro tenses is just as wicked as get ing goods under false pretenses The difference is in the law whichapplies only to the latter but it shonld apply to both a like Colonel Roosevelt could easily rocoup that 5000 a year he lays it costs him to be expresi lent and have some spending money besides by making a deal with the moving picture trust The Mt Sterling Advocate supposed to be Democratic last week issued a Special the main feat ture ol which seems to be a great boost for Congressman Langley Estill Herald It is said 15000000 words were spoken during the recent session of Congress Congress was al most as great a word mill as Re no Nevada ThosuggestinthatMr Roo sevelt will take the stump is 1 triflle confusing Seems as if he took it eight years ago and still has it See advertisement of Hardwick and Company CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Endeavor program for he evening of SUnday Tuly 3lst at the Christian urch- iTopicMiBsionary Items 4 Y Leader Gran layforth What MissionitvWork Ehi bracesNrs McGlotie Work done in Wfstrength of the LordMr CeciBWilliams- Seng by Sociefy Work while ink Captivity Etta Roberts + to MisefonsActs 11 Gortrudelyollmortfhe Bu fSoneThe Letter Rece d fro- mGodMr ABiiorT Ie Deaf ChurchRontam 10 1O21BeotsyJo n Sonoby Society SPOUT SPRING Born Saturday ibMr and Mrs Asa Snowden a child which died Miss Ruth McKinney of Winchester is visiting liar cousins Misses Laura and Rosa McKin neyiLuther Martinwho located in Southwest TexasH p years ago has returnedforb visit He says all of theKentucky people in his town Miami are well sat isfied but saysliffR S Chris topher liar failed to regain perfect health andwH later more farther West 5100 Rewardioo The rendeis of this paper will bfl pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci ence has been able to cure in all its stages and thatMs Catarrh Hills Catarrh Cure iiithe only positive cure now known to thi medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional diseare requires a con stitutional treatment Hulls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally act ing directly upotf the blood and mucous surfaces lot the system therebyt4eBlroyjngthe foundation ort e e vIpg tneps tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work The proprietors hive so much in its Curative pow ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case hat it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address I F J CHENEY St CO Toledo 0 bold by nil Druggists 75c Take Halls FamilyPllls for con stipationI I Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Bell Coggeshall Box Covs Stanton Canning Go Plaintiffs versus United States Printing Co vs Stanton Canning Co Defendants Notice of sale inequity By virtde of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell jCireuit Court rendered at the June term 1910 thureofhinthe above cause the under signed will on the let day of August 1910 ai oclock p mor thereabout being CourtDay I will ar Commissioner proceed tq offerfor sale aflab lioAuction to the highest bidder on a credit of six and twelve months at the Court House door tan ton JKy tlu perty mentioned in the Judg mont to wit A certain lot of land situated near Stanton Kentucky on the south side of the LJt E the right of way the 18t of the nanwaYlaadJOlnlngtaining taining the and all and apurtonancce to said plant or sum cient thereof to ploduqeso ordered to be made Tho purchaser will bo required to give bond with approved security for moneytoplevin Jopnd bear legal interest oidingtolawBldder with thesQ terms iA li be re tained on the land sold tillall the pair chase mOtley t8 paidipayable to Commissioner A EOMULIJB JAOtiON Master Comr3Powell CO r ii CUT PRICES Hardwick and Co All summer dry goods and notions all mens and boys suits and odd in summer weight and weights good for the year around and mens and boys hats at greatly reduced prices We are cutting the price on these lines 2Q to 35 per cent If you are looking for bar gains now is the time and our store is the place to find them We will also give you out prices on many of our shoes in mens womens boys and girls low cuts Will also give you large out on buggies These cut prices are for cash or its equivolent which is country produce timber etc which we always take in exchange for merchandise All goods charged of courts will have to be a price with a profit to it HardwickCoSTANTON 1 4 II USE WIPE J n- t I fI for ONE atsIFree H F Hl er ti KY k 4 t 1 LOUP a 20 passes from one person to it is without a as to its talue We all know it id worth the upon it rust the same with our flour Safeguarded by scientific tests for and It comes to you and properties and is warranted to make light whole some bread rolls cakes etc Mfgd by ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky 45+++ t++ + H + + + + + ++ OJ INSURE WITH t i j I F A LYON SON i AgentsI J tin + r- Overi 200000000 1 Represented knowi i Every one who knows anything about X they ate leaders in this line + + + + + oHo + + + ++ + U Fruit and Ornamental TREES Everytfilag ORCHARDLAWNand MILLION Ptrawbcrry Catalogue No Agents enme Sons LSXINQTON 1 j MILLS j When Gold Piece another accepted question amount stamped purity strenght fullof nutriment lifesustaining t insurance fii 7 rWEWOOLiJ1NiDESANDFiJR ii LS ws w hi rm rguts Befcmec aq tak fa Uskfilk pre teiah wlrrlit iWrilcfC1Ww alallM a Latrt9kIhwI j DrSemsAntisepticSalveGo- odforaUSkuDlacaast r- SK j t p It- II t 6 r THE TIMES Is IIi AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER L THtrRSDAY i Juty 28 111 r LOCAL BREWHESr j See advertisement of Hardwick and Company A splendid little farm near this cityfor safe Applyat this dfllce W IV Wise bf Union Hall was in the city a short time Mon dayri Dr Hammans the dentist was here a short time the first of the week Miss Viola Courtney of Win chester is visiting Miss Grade Shimfessel Mr and Mrs A J Curtis of Gibson Ill arrived here Mon day to visit relatives j Mr and Mrs W R Cassidy visited friends in Winchester from Friday until Tuesday All Skin Diseases Yield readily to treatment with Dr Bolls Antiseptic Salve J We guar aritee it 25c a box Sold every where Fulton voted dry last week The town has been dry for some time but the wets thought their time had come agaili but were fooled q Monday night a valuable mare belonging to Sol Martin in ttiEr western portion oftii 1 county was struck by lightning and killed I Chronic Sore Eyes v I Are easily cured with Sutherlands I agl Salve It i8 painless and harmless and guaranteed 25c Jabox Sold everywhere v j ri A JM Keunon who went to Hot Springs Ark a felt weeks ago returned honte Monday some what improved though ho has lost about 15 pounds in flesh Jocaloptionelection will be held in Richmond March 3rd next The wets over there think theycan stand no longer to come over to Winchester to get their l wet goods A negroexcursion of fifteen conches from Lexington came to see Olay City lust Thursday The trip we are informed proved a handsome investment for the saloons of the city r Old Ulcera j Are unsightly and dangerous Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve will heal them promptly It is clean and pleasant to use 25c a box Sold everywhereThe of ball Sunday be tween the team from Lexington and the home boys resulted most t fo bad for the locals It takes practice to play ball and in that the home team is very deficient The funeral of 6W Lyle 8r deceased wilL be preached at the residence on Hardwicks creek Sunday being the fifth Sunday Elder Joe L Adams of Bowen ofthe Ohrffetinh churchwillcons dtjct tle services i SVorkii4 Hours a Day I The busiest little i ngever made are Dr KJnew Life PIP 8 Eveypill is aWgariCoated gU fit health that changes w ikuew into strength Janiziiorin to lewergy brairiWg into mental rower curing Constipation headache Chills Malaria 25tT at fiin DarLumber Cbfletore- I I t1J iCiru tIft g F Two In One Dr Bells AntiPain is both an in ternaland external remedy tIt is an anh8epticrem 1yaii destroys disease germs Sold everywhere on a positive guaraiiteej Lbst Ileason toHto Hqnderson Wise aged 22 oarswuwtaketrsuddenlviii thtr at his home at Union Hall 9th and had tpjm taken tothe Lexington asylum His case while quite severe is thought to be only temporary Sunjmer Colds are harder to relieve than winter ones but they yield just us readily to treatment with Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Sold everywhere Look for the Bell on the Bottle The Entertainment John D Henry and John R Warrington travelers gave an entertainment at the school house Monday night Prof Hen ry proved to be a splendid imper sonater while Mr Warrington was a tombonistPreaching the Street The Rev Wni Roberts of Shelbyville preached on V the streets of this city Saturday Sun day and Monday evenings and is now preaching at the school house on Pompeii at night He will preach at Natural Bridge Sunday A Pain Remedy Both internal and external is needed daily by almost every family Keepa bottle of Dr Bells Anti PnlhGooclror all kinds of bowel troubles Externally for outs burns sprains and all pains Stronly antiseptic Sold every whre k Busy Contractor- A B Hamilton of Pittsburg Pa who has the contract for building a College at French burg and who built the beauti ful Stanton Collegewas calling on friends at Stantim ovor Sun day Mr Hamilton vent Mon day to Cedar Crock Tenn to lay out plans for a chqrclr aiid school building A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand BucklenB Arnica Salve Dearths greatest healer v Quick relief ttnd prompt cure results Norpurxs- boils sores of all kinds eczema chapped hatband lips eore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Too Poor to take Home Paper We heard on the street the other day of a man who claimed he was Coo pqor to take his home paper but all the same he read a notice in some other paper tel ling how to prevent u horse from slobbering and sent 150 for the receipt When the 150 worth of information came it said Teach your horse how to spit Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable never saydie kind the kfnd that yon heed moll iwheu you have a bad cold coffgh or lung disease Sup pose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satis faction irgifaraafeed when used for any throat oriun ifduble It has saved thousands oOibpelees suffer era It Bt r stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe group asthma hay fever and whooping cough and Isithe most safe and certain remedy for all bronehialjaflectionsT 50cand ll Trial bottle tfrpe tat Swami Day Lumber Coa store- S M I iM r t 1I 4- t r 0t r c Operations Ceased The Standard Oil Co is removing the pipe line whichextends from here to Campton The Ea recentfyeeMed machinery andmaterial used in the of the field to an Ohio ilrmwi suppose this ends the countyEstlllHer A Cough A Cold And then nJ telling what unless you use Dr Hells PineTar lion It is the beA ask your neighbor- Look for tMBell on the Bottle Soldeveryw e- r VTJIS The threlyearold child of Wiley Salyelip died and was tak en Sunday July 17 to White Oak Estill county and buried Mrs White of Station Camp died Thursday at the home ot her daughter7 Mrs John McRob erts in this city Burial in the localcemetery Friday Mrs Aines Wife of George Ames diedJnear Powells Valley Tuesday July 26 of consump tion Bud lat Powells Valley She leaves a husband and five small children v John Bowl s died at his home in this city Tuesday aged thir tyeight of consumption Burial Wednesday at the Stuart graveyard near this city under the auspfcesof the IC P Order Deceased is survived by a wife formerly Miss Stuart and six children Those Dies of boyhood l How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste so good What changed The pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion oor and you Name The f66d vWhatJ needed A complete toiling up by Electric Bitters of all organs of digestion Stomach Liver Kidneys Bowels try them Theyrestore your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor 5001 at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Dr Osler placed the age limit on creative work at 42 but Dr Osler was then a yonng man- Y t vZ oS t J l7APITALSTOdiK 81OOOOO I sURPr 8APrhUN M DIVIDED PROFITS 100000 t- iTII 1- WINOHFSrirER BANKa oir VINO lsTRJt K t NIIOL1V WlTHUnHPOON PllKHt Wn SiJiAit O aUIER YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUOITED t++ J io If+ 1HHJ- PnACJPPIN i liJeweler f All Kinds of Watch hind Clock J Repairing on Short Notice and ReasonableTorms SATISFACTION if QUARANTEfiD has of f Jewelry Spectacles Call and eee eie in the Rod I River Hotel BuMlnr CLAY CITY KENTUCKY i jY t Dog days Dog DaysIwill last for forty days This is the time when it is claimed all poisenous snakes go blind and the time which will be either wet or dry according to whether it rains or not on the first of the forty days It rained Monday thus if this old sign is true we will have forty days of wet weather I Every Body Satisfied I Who bus tried Dr Bells PineTar Him for coughs colds grip or any throat or bronchial trouble Get a bottle today Look for the Bell on the Bottle The Washington Herald tru4h fully says that no one cares n hang what happens to the sugar trust knowing well enoughthat nothing will happen Honored by WomenIWhen a woman speaks of her silent secret suffering she trusts you Millions have be stowed this mark of confi dence on Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y Every whobearworking curingpower of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex successfullygrapples nesses and stubborn ills IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG IT STAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No Womans appeal was ever misdirected or her con fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice to the WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y Dr Pltrcti Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a thyIWagon Excellence IFStrength durability safetyand utility are com i The Studebaker Wagon yearsironmadebyget a Studebaker wagon book and let us show you how good they are Lightest Running Wagon Made We IStudebaker Grubbs Benton Winchester Ky I i 4S r t t i CashierIM H COUBTNKV Pres A T WHITT tfiJ THE ID CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK 4CLAY CITY KENTUKCY m Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars 5Pays THREE PERCENT INTEREST on time deposits j One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department WHY NOT START ONE TODAY K SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Ooartoa Pul try Care Is recognized as the standard poultry remedy of the world It U the one remedy that can bit depended on witabsolute certainty to cure and pmvens Gapes Cholera Roup llmberneck DarrAoen end ull ext 1 ng terms of poultry d1N cHsei A few dropS In the drlnUtncr rater Keeps fowln honltUy and free from dlsoiso A Sno bottle nialis 13 pilloas ot meVilcluo lor the tteuuuent ot EljxkhcuU and ottr diseases In turiojs Bourbon poultry Chore HAS NO EQUAL Un w V1 alton 1iilanille 711 tMrrp ClarPariKri Ti Lastrear have been nltlnechicWeni cwneai v tiiytm lad I I raiwd Bundridf o ckVcns hoe horn e rodBauibonPoalttrCuielttheiaMttilulictoiytcmedy 11 givioj tlem Unnbn foulttirmbcseckI lure evu used for Choler aqd apes a sure cue for Choleraud MJIIibt Bourbon Remedy Co- At lr fo U S All UeBdlng Druoal u BOo pep Bottle Trial Vial Fraa ti Sold by SwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick Co Clay Qty StantoN It is hoped tho new senator from Louisiana will represent the people instead ofi the sugar trust It is estimated that the Okla homa cord crop hits recently been damaged 20000000 by the heat See mlvertiseuient of Hardwick and Company Women Who Suffer Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are the best pain remedy on earth Mother and I have used them for the past seven years MISS ORLEANA SCHENKEEnid Pain is simply nerve 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AmericaA bandiomelr lUostraUd weekly largest eta miltlon of MNrobyalleewsdealereCO SrrocG Otdoe r BWubIDatODo Do a AS THE This Year Will Have a List of Will All The fifth the of the Blue Fair at Ky and for six and 13 tho five of Its the Blue Fair has full rank with the and best of the state fairs and of It has come to be and very so as the In the It Is true that In its do not of some but at no fair or show ever the same of be iu both and show for And this fact has to give the Blue Fair very its title to of It each year an of na to of the and to all In the de and the of the on a and more sive scale with the of on hand this fair to all For in to the for sad dle last year was the most of its kind con the of the asso I has two new this year each to have a of each for and the one fqr to five and the for to of two is to and to out the the Fair as owe the and I of In the I and at no or were two of the of lines ever The Fair will be at noon of i S a of will a brief will be then seen races will be con a of free acts will be a by the will the and the first or the of will be a of the will be be at 730 will come con cert from the and the of A will be in full blast to I I 1000 1looo SADDLE HORSE- STAKE TwoYearOld Trot Running and I Daily FIFTH ANNUALEXHIBITION BLUE GRASS FAIR KNOWN GREATEST HORSE SHOW WORLD INI VERY JUSTLY DESERVES TITLE Larger Entrlei Eclipse Former Records annual exhibition under auspices Grass Association Lexington begins Monday AugustS continues days nights through Saturday August Within years history Grass taken largest expositions Amer- Ica known Justly greatest horse show world certain heavy harness horse classes rings equal those eastern horse shows other horse attempted could excellence exhibits secured breeding classes horses served Grass Justly make event surpassing tional importance lovers horse Interested velopment achievement show horseIThousand Dollar StakeIPitched larger exten certainty increased interest every years promises eclipse records addition Thousand Dollar Stake flvegalted horses which Important event tested management elation added saddle stakes value three hundred dollars threeyearolds under horses shown gaits other horses shown three gaits addition these stakes IThe emphasize carry work which Blue Grass regards particularly namely propagation advance- meat interest young stock LextIstakes value these along similar offeredIOpens August opened Monday August when speaker national prominence deliver address Interesting show rings tested great program given concert famous Thavlu Russian Band continue throughout afternoon series aeroplane flights which feature week witnessed Monday night ginning another Thaviu Band famous aggregation Herbert Klines world renowned shows BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST 8th 13th 6Big Days and Nights 6 IHighClass Races 25000IN PREMIUMS- Best Hone Show in America Splendid Display of Every of Live Stock ClassI AEROPLANE PLIGHTS DAILY Thavius Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A Kline Carnival Company For Catalogue or further information Address I JOUETTSHOUSE Secretary JEXINGTONKY i u th i IAGreatRace morning the show o of Hereford Cattle will be held in front of the grandstand and breeds of sheep and swine will 1be lunged In a special pavilion prepared for that purpose The feature of Tuesday afternoon which will be known as Lexington day will be the Thousand Dollar Race for Twoyear old Trotting Horses the richest of its kind ever offered by any fair assocla i lion and now become an annul fea ture of the Blue Qrasl Fair having been offered first last year There wilt also be other barns horse race as weH as running raw on Tuesday afternoon the runni Braces having begun with Monda B programme Eleven excellent sho gs will also be contested jB afternoon of Tuesday and the projRmme will be from every standpolntlmost interest ing and instructive tA Banner Program On Wednesday morning will be shown breeding classes for Standard Bred Horses premiums In which carry a value of several thousands of dollars and on this morning also will come the great Jersey Cattle show always one of the most Interesting features of the Blue Grass Fair and one of the most Important In its na tional bearing because of the prom inent place which Kentucky Jerseys take In every show throughout the land and because this is the first im portant Jersey Show of tho year There will be further exhibits of dif ferent breeds of sheep and swine on Wednesday morning while Wedne day afternoon will come as the pri DollarHorses In thls stake last year were twelve entries It was watched wltn unabated Interest by more than twenty thousand people This years list of exhibitors will be even larger and the attendance Induced Lowliness the splendid contest should eclipse all former records There will be ten other firstclass show rings during the afternoon besides an Interesting rac ing programme Thursday Is always the biggest day at the Blue Grass Fair and a pro gramme commensurate with its im portance a programme certain to prove thoroughly entertaining to the crowds which flock to the grounds has been arranged The morning will be given over to the great show fIt breeding classetlo t American Saddle Korseis F tl t7yJn past years there have been as many as twenty five entries in several of these nags and the Show is so Interesting from every standpoint and In every way as to make it well worth coming to the grounds at ten oclock in the morn in order to witness in its entirety ling show of Shorthorn Cattle also place on ThurSday morning A thousand dollars is given to this one breed by the management of the Blue- Grass I Fair as well as certain special premiums and it Is a show which takes rank with the very best through lout tho country In the afternoon an other excellent programme of show horses will be seen there will be in teresting running races and various features of importance Friday morning sees the show of mules the best show of its kind held i anywhere in the country and the contests for the handsome prizes hung up for the AbeMeeDrAngus Cattle And Friday afternoon there is both an I interesting racing programme and a splendid programme for show horses Children Day On Saturday special provision Is made for the ehlldrenjn that a Shetland pony is given to the child buying the coupon ticket which in the I drawing that takes place on the grounds entitles the holder to this splendid little animal But aside i from that Saturdays show is in many- I respects the best of tile entire week On that day are seen the Breeding Classes for Thoroughbred Horses which carry with them in the intrinsic value of the premiums ten thousand dollars Then on Saturday afternoon come all the varloiw Championships between the dlfferen how horses that have done battle fmheir respective classes throughout flf preceding days of the week The fair will cloV Ina blaze of glory with the last f the band corn certs and the last p anceor the Herbert A Kline 4hbws Saturday night rrf ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS reproduced In Wonderful FiveSheet Poster For Blue Grass Fair t Probably the most ftttraqtlye p per- iever put out bya soltioD lsl whIch has been used this year toy advertise the blgBI FalrK which will be held atJlWxlngton the Week or August 8 to ilS Tbe paper Is all made from d UJ1 l F by the Blue Grass Ffcirawocitto kt I tx i L I and the views used are takentram actual photographs made on1 the fair grounds in years past The most prom inent of these Isa large fivesheet poster showing a superb type of a Kentucky saddle horse One of the bestknown exhibitors in America is astride him and thee position of the horse and tho pose of the rider are so natural so graceful andso lifelike as to attract immediate attention THE POULTRY SHOW Wide Range of Classifications For Different Kinds of Poultry find Fowls The Poultry Show at the Blue Grass Fair the week of August 8th to 13th will be ono of the largest ever seen In the South A very wide range of classification has been adopted so as to provide classes for all different kinds of poultry arid domestic fowls The Interest In the raising of poultry throughout Central Kentucky has In creased within the past few years Many farms are now given over to the raising of poultry where was never before attempted To en courage this Interest tho Blue Grass Fair has made liberal provisions for all of these different classes and It is assured that the number of entries for the poultry department alone will be unprecedented In the history of a Kentucky fair So P 1h A bi 4 14 E 0 K i by an by cause and i take for your ve are sure It will you that this great has to ofI sick women so why not to For pans female have said It Is the I best to take Try III in and Pains n m in the and from It more than used have ten to say it TAKE t Mrs Fla cured me after doctors else had failed I had been suffer 0 ing with numb ever since I was 16 years old One day I a long and fair trial Mrs years Have you Do you wish to But why suffer at 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