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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 8, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912080801_sn86069657 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 8, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 THE CLAlt! 81.00 a ITY TIMES. tieJirronnJing Coonlry and Oarselvcs. .1. R- Year in Advanci. We are here to kelp Clay City. liurgher, 1'iitilNhcr. VOL. XVII. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY AUGUST 8, J9I2. NO. STANTON! COLLEGE FALL TERM OPENS examinations. MONDAY, SEPTEHBER 2tid, 1912. Limited dormitory Large per cent of our students take firft class certificates. The Bull Moose Convention. s1 facilities.'; & of the beft schools in Kentucky, Capable faculty of College Graduates. Course of sludy Special work for teachers in preparation for ranges from Primary through High School. Terms low. Write for rates to One Rev. J. C. HANLEY, President, Stanton, Ky. i Fish For Our Streams. The report comes from Frankfort that the first benefit of the new fish law is to be the restocking of Kentucky streams with fish by the Government. Exec- Resolutions Adopted. utive Agent J. Quincy Ward and W. W. Longmoor are in correspondence with people along all the streams in the State, collecting information as to just what kiud of fish is wanted in eaih section. The government hits never heretofore given Kentucky her quota of fish because there was no protection for them, but the commissioner hopes to have three trains of fish early this fall for distribution. When the game wardens are chosen the merit system will be applied, and a naif dozen or so will be retained on the staff to be sent wherever there is particular need of special service. These men will receive expenses and and extra compensation, and will be chosen from among those who display especial aptitute for the work. ; N. C. Walters Buys Auto. Mr. Nelson Walters, manager of the West Invine saw mill, went to Lexington last Monday and purchased him a fina automobile. He drove, it home next day. Mr. Walters is now reidy to skip over the earth at a lightning speed on flowery The L. & N. Railroad his bought several carloads of long beds of ease, Estill Herald. poles here and shipped them to Henry Cooper and Meridith Winchester where they will be of their Fox, of Olark county, were here used in the construction Winchesthis week and bought a b'unch of new line of road from ter to Irvine. sheep from G. B. Oonlee. f two-seated Teddy's convention this week has been full of so s tionalism from start to present. The "Bull Moosers", as they are called, excluded Southern negroes altogether, thus exonerating the Democratic party for all that it has done to maintain white supremacy in the South. The resolutions denounce the Taft adThe convention ministration. should have gone further and denounced the Roosevelt administration, it was administered in the same spirit as the Taft. It seems that Ted.y has changed his glasses altogether and seesj now entirely difl'erent to what he did eight years ago. They call him gieit, but how can he be great if he is just now seeing what millions of other voterB have seen for years? If it takes Teddy fifty years to learn what to do to save the government, how long would it take him to BRveltaf ter-he- ' has been'erJ'irng learning, if he had a chancer Why not entrust the siviug-othe Government to the Democratic party, the party that waB first to adopt modern theories with modem conditions, and them as conditions The Powell County Teachers' Institute in session at Stanton last week was almost profitable meeting and "weir attended. Following is a copy? of the resolutions adopted : v PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to sup- "Be it resolved," that we the teachers of Powell county are very, very grateful to our able instructor, Dr.McKenzie, for the many helpful suggestions he has given us, and wjjf with the of ourSuperintendent, will endeavor to have him with us another year!-We thank Mjss Faulkner, of -- the buying public to come to our store and get their For several weeks we have been supplying many Now that we are started, we want to still further. customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. extend our trade Our one great is appeal for your trade Missouri, who soVbeautifully contributed to tliie;liistit ute. We feel under great obliga Hons to our orgi?ni6t (Miss Lillv Boone) whohasfio kindly played for us. We thank quESsecretary, (Miss much for the Oongleton) ye service rendered us during this Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. must have 31 We are you going to give you just show you how our price on four staple articles to )! 51 we can save Be& money: Institute. ; Patent Flour Made, Sugar, - vTo the trust eeg3JPSwecp"n" tyTweppVeciSlS't.lie' Interest'1 they have shown1, for it is through schools of the county progress, and we are deeply grateful to the citizens of Stanton for their presence during the week, and we thank those who have contributed to the Institute. We desire to thank the jailer, (Mr. Stephens) for his kindness in letting us use the To our Superintendent who has been so perfectly lovely to us during the week (as we always find her) we are indeed grateful, and pledge to her our support. We are greatly in favor of the law passed by the lust Legislature body requiring that children be compelled to attend school, and wo will use our every influence to enforce same. . We recommend that a copy of these resolutions be laid on the tables, and also a copy published in the Olay Oitv Times. Lilly Barnes, Secretary J. M. Adams. court-house. Granulated $3.00 per cwt. 6 cts. per lb. 1 11 their that the Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, 3 $5.75. Everything in These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. Give us a dial. H. G. CRABTREE & COMPANY. WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Spring Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our lurge trade and they tell us they are Dies Suddenly. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firft coft in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of years died Sunday morning very suddenly at his home near Powell's Valley He got up Sunday church. morning apparently enjoying his usual health but passed away in a short time. The remains were laid to rest in the Powell's ValBe is ley graveyard Monday. survived by wife and several children. He was a devoted member of the Old Baptist Church. eighty-tw- o "Uncle" James Smith, aged Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleused customers, come round rome day und give our place a -- HATS and CAPS. Herd's -vnnr onnortunitv to J J i A save sorrie'i Tjj money. First come, first served. Will Probated. The will of J. K.. Hurst was probated Un. the County Court ceased leaves all of Monday, his .estate, liqtli real and porson-u- l to his wife. lie provides first for the payniemt of all, his debts and burial expenses. His estate consists of tho store in this rity and two farms 011 Hardwick's creek. His wife is also made look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopen youreyeetoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will 'deliver the goods' SHIMFESSEL'S. executor of the estate without bond. Messrs. Hultz .and Rice, of Gynthiana, spoot Wendesday with Judge T. J. Fletcher. ft Winchester, and Mrs. Mollic In England, sugar goes untaxed. 'Ohaney, of Cnmpton, are visitIf the difference in price iu the IhABT WKKK.) News scarce. ing relatives here this week. two countries is not due to the Mr. Jno. Lyle, of Irvine, visitIsaac Hall is still very low and tariff on sugar, to what cause is ,is not expected get well. rUUUStlEP VEIIY THUKSDAY. ed home folks Saturday night Beware of Ointments for Catarrh to it due? that Contain ftercury, and Sunday. Subscription rates 81 a year or three There are' more huckleberries as mercury will surely destroy the Some of the papers say Govyears in advance $2. Mr, and Mrs. H. Messer spent year than has ever been known of smell and completely deernor Woodrow Wilson should re- of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bense before. I E. Burgher. Publisher. the whole system when enrange sign as Governor of New Jersey Farmers are all about through James Patrick. tering it through the mucous surand prove his faith iu his elecKntored ns second-clas- s mall nintter. with their crops buj, they are Miss Maggie Smith entertained faces. Such articles should never tion. Why should he? Wo said rain'bndly. quife a number of young folks be used except on prescriptions Thursday, August 1, 1012. last year our opponent, Judge needing from reputable physicians, as the Our Sunday school here is do- Saturday night. O'llear should not resign and CLUB KATES. damage they will do is ten fold to say this year that Woodrow Wil- ing well and we give our thanks Misses Lutie Billings and JesFor tlio convenience of our sub- son should not resign. to Brother Derthrick for its sie Wierman were the guests of the good you can possibly derive scribers, we have arranged club rates Misses Mary and Georga Howell from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure is success. with the following papers at prices Saturday night and Sunday. Not one of this year's presidenmanufactured by F. J. Cheney fe below mentioned : There was a good crowd out at Mrs. Allen Christopher, of Co., Toledo, O., contains no mertial candidates was born in a Log church Sunday And interesting The Times and Cabin or used to read when a boy cury, and is taken internally, acting Courier-Journ$1.00 talks were given by Bros. Wilson directly upon the blood and mucous " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 by the light .of a pine knot. and Leg, of Jackson. are we drifting? " Louisville Herald 90 Whether surfaces of the system. In buying A great fertilizer, and a hardy Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get ' Home and Farm Misses Annie and Fannie Baily 75 There are three kinds of " Inlund Farmer 1.00 from Campton, are visiting Mrs. vigorous forage plant for hay and the genuine. It is taken internal!)0 " Atnericun Farmer Will grow in any soil, Those who have offices, John A. Rogers' family and pasture. " Southern Agriculturist To those who want offices, and those friends around Xena this week. even in rocky places. Can be sown ly and made in Toledo. Ohio, by t with spring oats, or sown alone in F. J. Cheney and Co. Testimonials A campaign fund contributed v ho would take any office thev sown in with free. of this country May for meadow,-anThe women wholly by the people, and un- could get. to be real busy canning corn at the last cultivation. Prices Sold by Druggists. Price, 76c seem of seed, and circular how to grow it per bottle. tainted by a single dollar of conThe bureau of Chemistry is their berries and fixing up for sent on request. tribution from illegal trusts and sending out a code of counsel Take Hall's Family Pills for BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. for another cold winter again. monopolies. constipation. good Box 99. hot weather diet. By the way , Corn crops seem to be a This js the watchword of Hon. what is the cost of cool liviug? deal better this year in the James T. Lloyd, chairman of the mountains so far and we hope Trv tn rpinpmUor flmf tinlr1 they will remain good right on . Natoinal Democratic Congres, ..mv 111" IVIJUJ sional Committee in starting in cares how warm you are and through. Bro. John A. Roges is teaching to raise a campaign fund to car change the subject. at Slade Satura singing-schory on necessary organization and The Democratic nlatform boil day nights and Sundays and is educational work looking toward having fine attendance and sucthe election of Democrats to ed down is: "Take your hand cess, and he wishes for n large our of my pocket." Congioss this fall. crowd out. The work of this committee in The second Sunday in August-iDarlingsville. our regular meeting at Roger's the 1910 campaign was somthiug Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barnett. Chapel and we look for a large enormous. Every Democratic VEILS, GLOVES and other spent a few days tins week with crowd out and every body is incandidate for Congress in the vited for they will hear some States was given valuable relatives in Clark county. grand talk on the Scripture and assistance, and millions upon only corset for II. G. Crabtree made a busi- good singing. Every body come women wear, and we sell millions of speeches, campaign ness trip this week to Lexington, and bring some one with you. books, etc., were distributed, in- Nicholasville and High Bridge. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Warner's comfort creasing the number of DemoA. C. Barnes aud Carter Reycratic workers everywhere aud Services 2nd and lird Sabbaths of creating a vast amount of Demo- nolds were m Irvine the last of each month,. cratic sentiment. The result was the week. While over there Mr. Prayer Mcetings,;Wedne6doy even rings. the election of a House of Rep- Reynolds bought a nice young .Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. resentatives Democratic by a horse. majority of 05. This committee is confronted with an even more important campaign, aud is today wholly without funds as a result of its Big and Nights, Commencing refusal to accept "easy" money from special interests which would be in a position to expect legislative favors should their contributions be accepted for America's Greatest Horse Show campaign purposes. Every reader ot this article can help the cause of Democtacy and good government by making 5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes a contribution now while the committee is badly in need of Splendid Display of Every funds. Whether your contribution is large or small it will be 01 Live So and pliable is a joy to wear, Checks or currency useful. be sent direct to either INNES BAND OF AMERICA James T. Lloyd, chairman, or H. and in advance of all other makes for style. D. Flood, treasurer, of the Sensational Free Acts Dally. The Greater Parker Shows. Democratic Congressional Committee, Wusington, D. C. See the Big Floral Parade First Day Contributions made earliest will Reduced Rates of all Roads. do the most good. THE TIMES. Furnace al SWEET LOVER poli-itician- s. d ol WE SELLthe s hats, things that a Rust Proof - . BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Days Monday, August 12th, 1912 4 RiiiiiiiiidariiesstaDaily UK light it Na-tion- MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. The Republican platform re luctuntly admits that there has been an increase in the cost of living in the United States, but seeks to exonerate our system of excessive protection with the statement that prices have in creased all over the world. This is true, but is also true that the increase in prices lias been more than twice as great in this couu For Catalog or'further information address JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington,' Kentucky. GOOD YOU will find them all at the try, under free-trade. Payue-Aldrichis- METHODS, than in Great Britain. Here is a query that every pro- tectionist in thelandis invited to answer: The United States report that the averse wholesale price of sugar iu Lo'mluii averaged twoceutsper pound less during the last two years than iu New York. The J'uyne.Aldrich tax on sugar is approximately 'wo cents a pound. FACILITIES Ad f . USE nm17 1IV1 U rh MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all .other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she uses the P,EAKL Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoint her. It ia the beat all around Hour on the market and gives your breul that tempting and delicious flavor good TREATMENT iattradt of-i'ci- ul CUSTOMERS. CLAY CIT NATIONAL BANK bank delights the 'over of bread when you use the PEARL flour. tiat always which is seek in g .YOUR c count. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. - THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. .1. M. Daniel 'and daughter, The annual reunion of (ion. Miss Cora, of Winchester, visited John II. Morpin's men will be held tit Kslill Springs August 21 relatives in the city last week. " . and f Indian Killed on Track. The fair at Winchester THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, heing lota helil this week in favor nf a pro. posed hospital at. that plnco promises to be a success. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. W. H. Oassidy is visiting Mr Ware's late residence near at Winchester tins this city today and dispose of all reliitivos week. the personal property. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Russell, The heirs of Win. Ware, will have a public sale at E E Youngs, E. Berkshire Vt, "and was often troubled with constipation Mike Wilson, of Montgomery and indigestion till I beg.ni to use county, was here yesterday buy- Dr! King's New Eife PiUs, which I ing cattle. have found an excellent leniedy. Ladies', Misses' and children's For all stomach, liver or kidney ttroubles tliey are unequaled. Only sli, pers at summer sale prices. Mrs. J. W. Williams. 25 cents at all dealers. Irvine, the city. of are visiting relatives in . The Trials of Traveler. n ylnm traveling salesman," writes Near Pochelle, III., an Indian went to sleep on a railroad track and wub killed by the fast express. He paid for his carelessness with his life. Often it is that way when people neglect coughs and colds. Don't risk your life when prompt use of Dr. King's New Discovery will cure them and sn prevent n dangerous throat or lung trouble. It completely cured me, in a hhort time, of a terrible cough that fol- -' lowed a severe attack of Grip," writes J. R, Watte, Floydada, Tex. "and I regained o pounds in Quick, weight that I had lost." TiOc safe, reliable and guaranteed. and 81.00. Trial bottle free at all lealers. That is the nature of Dr. Pierce's Favorite P.scription the one rrmcJj !af women which contains no alcohol and no drug. Made I mm r.s: ya medicinal forest roots. Dr. Pierce tells its every ingredient on the. Prominent physicians and some of the best medical minorities cn.'i.rse t?:o? ingredients as being tho very best known remedies for ailments mid wcikr.esscs peculiar tn women. liabit-forn.'n- f; Ivittlc-wrp-pe- FOR WOMEN ONLY. This is Mrs. Coffey. Ky., says: "I feel It my duty to write ami tr I v u u t. your medicines have ilouo for mo. I was a itpmi .lUVr r for six years from a trouhlo peculiar to women, lint I :i n tli:ml;fiil to say, after taking four lMittles of your ' 1'avw'v dNeaxs Prescription' I am not bothered with that any more. I feel Hko a now woman. When I llr-- wrote 13.1. you for ud vim I only welched jioundft now T "I thuulc you very much for your kindlier. You havn been n a father to mo lit advising mo what to do, go may Hod hw you In every effort you put forth for Rood. "I hope this testimonial will bo tho means of somo pocr " suffering woman seeking health." a what aim. (inxKm Corrr.v, i I. irtr-M- , edition, answers hosts Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, newly revised of delicate questions about which every woman single or married ought to know, i When in Need of t All persons indebted to me are hereby notified to come forward and The Kev. and Mrs. Logan Irvin settle same at once as I am winding of Jacksonville, Flu., are visit- up my business. All accounts not ing the former's mother, Mrs. R. paid within thirty days will be A. Irvin. placed in the hands of a collector for collection, so please come forDr. Martin reports the birth ward and save both vou and me of a daughter to Mrs. John 1 any trouble. SAM CARR Williams, of Paris, who is visiting friends in this city. Flying flen Fall our Summer Clear- victims to stomach, liver and kidDon't forget ney ttoubles just like other people, ance Sale of spring and summer with like results in loss of appetite, Mrs. J. W. Williams, uoods. backache, nervousness, headache, J. M. Daniel, of Winchester, and tir'.d, listless, Hut there's no need to feel is in the county and together with his brother, D.,11. Daniel, like that as T. I). Peebles, Henry, is buying a lot of hogs and cat- Tenn., proved. "Six bottles of lectric Bitters." he writes, "did tle. more to give me new strength and A protracted meeeting began good appetite than all other stom at the Hurdwick's creek Method- ach remedies I used." So they ist church Monday night. The help everybo'dy. Its folly to suffer I'astor, Fryman, is being assist- when this great remedy will help ed by the Rev. Carpenter, of you from the first dose. Try it. Winchester. Onlv 50c at all dealers. Spring-lielMrs. Win. Curtis, of Colo., arrive! here Monday nillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. morning to visit her mother, Mrs. Creek, and Win, Martin, of Snow BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, her sister, Mrs. Asa Todd, of TYPEWRITING. run-down Judge T. J. Fletcher is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ann E. Bar. nettof R. R. 1 Mt. Sterling. NOTICE. QUE On-- Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, mm thr'-a- t etitebea tic onni aad saves Ihj chic'.: 5 life. A t.-dropi (r. th ; drlnklni; watci tte of n "irrrcy CVnES and F REV -- NTS GAPES Vi'.i'.tf fl'n-rb Cook ing or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, ?.. roup, cholcrr BourhcnPculiryCure Makes 2 Goli.cr;S .: r.tediclne. noui.ry rni.cr !isM k cpf.--o bottle of snnip'c hi . t.i'dwln'.- - i i i nnrt AitJresa 'l I' nd l!ook:tt on "Dlo..se B3'J?5-3t:'',-.h" One 50c Dcrlle of feel-in- g. t'-'- y JK" Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, If'iftm, Ky. IS- Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy 1 have ever tried and 1 have been in the poultry business for forty years. Mrs. Geo. 10. llanier, Ijardt.-towKy. I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cuve two years and 1 just could not raise any chickengiwilhout it. I have not had a case of gapes since 1 began using it. Mrs. . I Bracey, Basker-villVa. n, Winchester, i - Ky. e, SOLD BY d, C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our 'new stock of Spring and Summer Roods and get our prices. You are also invited Spout Spring. Powell county was represented This school has turned out htin in the bull moose convention at dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Lexington last week and S. D. Roses, Peonies, Phlox. a success of vou. attending the Hall is this week national convention of the ProEverthlng- For - Fruit and Shade Trees! & STRAWBERRY PLANTS $ ORCHARD, LAWN FREE CATALOG. and GARDEN. to cull We and see and get prices on anything else that you may need. gressives at Chicago. Write for Catalogue. try to keep every thing the people want. Every one should be interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where tliey can get merchandise that will heft suit them. We had some unusually cool NO AGENTS, It takes a little time to look around and satisfy your?elf as to for as you As stated above, we try to August the past Heart Disease Almost H. F. HiIIenmeyer& week. This, together with the Fatal to Young Girl Lexington, Ky. prevailing dry weather is thought years "My daughter, injury old, was atrlcken when thirteen trouble. to have done considerable with heart weather for to corn crops. The Kentucky Insurance Commission cieated undor an act of the last General Assembly, is preparing to make a big cut in insurance rates, which for years have been excessively high in She was so bad we had to placo her tied near a. window so she could get One her breath. doctor said, 'Poor child, she Is likely to full dead any A friend time.' told me Dr. Miles' Remedy hud Heart riirtd her father, po I tried It, and' Bhu began to Improve. She took a Bleat many bottle, but she Is Hared to me to day, a fat, rosy checked girl. No one can Imagine the conHiltnee I have In Dr. hnieH1 Heart Itemed." A. II. CANON, Worth. Mo. MTSTg?? gyy wr fe where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, Sons, know, "Money saved is money made". keep every thing tho people want. We can not, though, here cull vtv. wrw raw wis j jj attention to every thing, but which we will mention the following lines OAPITATi STOCK, SIOO.OOO i want you to know that we carry. R SURPIiUSANDUN- C DIVIDED PMOPITS, 200.000 "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in tho new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shiny leathers in shoett, boots and low cuts. "Walk-Ove- THE this State. the Servkjp of Uncle Sam. Rosea? Bowman has enlisted in the service of Uncle Sam and has gone to Columbus, Ohio for'final examination. Young Mr. Bow-ian is a splendid young man and we fool sure ho will make good in the service of Uncle Sain. The best wishes of a number of friends in this county go with him. Enters In n P K Winoiikster Bank. OF WlNOHKTBII, KV. r shoes fol Men we have them in all the new N.nou.y WiTiiKiispooN.PnKs, Tt. styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoos and low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in them in tho popular colors and latest also take measures for fit. In make-upr , R W. Si'iiah, Oabiubh. and at prices to suit all. We 6tiits ami guaruntee a perfect niade-to-orde- Are Ever at War. There are two things everlastingly at war. joy and piles. But Arnica Salve will banish piles in any form. It soon subdues the itching, irritation, inliainmation or swelling. It gives comfort, invites Greatest healer of burns, joy. bolls, ulcers, cuts, bruises, eozpnia, scalds, pimples, skin .eruptions. Only 25 cents at all dealers. Buck-len's The unbounded confidence Mr. Canon has in Dr. files' Heart Remedy is shared t by thousands of others who know its vajue from experience. Many heart disorders yield to treatment, if the treatment is right. If you are bothered with short breath, fainting spells, swelling of feet or ankles, pains about the heart and shoulder blades, palpitation, weak and hungry spells, you should begin using Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy at once. Profit by the experience of others while you may. Dr. MILKS p YOUR ACCOUNTS SOIiTCITED if 8Mtttt8MttttM! Millinery Gcods our Women's, Misses and Children's Mats Wo think we SM Mi. ZH. i'j art trimmed by one of leading firms of tho country See can suit you in this line, and know we can save you money. Electric Bitters acceed when everything else bills. 1b nervous prostration and femalo waaknessea they are the supreme Mtsedy, aa thousands have testified. our line of Ladies' .and Gents' Furnishing, Haiti coats Work Pants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Maohines, Buggies, & etc., it etc In fact see us for nnj thing yon need, us we can save you money. Watch for our gj.ecial sale days ads in, other columns of tins paper. nauaoaaa ' tmmmmm gusrantssd by Mil' Htart-Rtmsd- Is Mid and CO., all druggists. ton KIDNEY iLIVEft AND tTOMl ACH TBOU1LE it ia the beat aerllaiao ever sold ovac esaaasaasaaaaaaaaa"aaBBaBiaMaaiiaai MEDICAL 4 Klkhart, Ina. a druggist's cwster. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. s 0 IMES WILL AND HIS BAUD BE AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR IN LEXINGTON. Band Tills. Orchestral Has a Unique Reputation Whereever Good Music Is Appreciated. The lnncs Hand to be hoard at tho llluc Grass Fair at Lexington in August has a unique reputation throughout the whole country. No organization has a higher reputation for tho icnditlon of the great standards in i uslc, and the name of I lines ha3 ?ome to be synonymous with the best there is In the domain of high art. The services of the band are In constant demand, in fact, its principal work being the clvlng of festival in tbo big cities of the country. The lnncs Band Is the result of r.iany years of effort, of unceasing watchfulness to secure the best musicians In the world, of constant and tedious rehearsing, of tireless effort on the part of Innes himself and by tho determination of each individual member of tho organization to give the best that Is in him. Each player in selected with as much care and consideration as are the several soloists who accompany the Band, and every man must pass a ilgld examination by Innes himself, bnfore he is accepted as a member of the Band. Beatrice Van Loon, the soprano, who U to be heard here during the coming engagement, is one of the younger American singers, who, like Nordlca, Mary Garden and Geraldlne Farrar, has, by her sensational successes In INNES GREAT CONDUCTOR opera abroad, and in Boston, established herself as one of the world's ureat singers. She Is said to possess For twenty years Frederick Neil a voice of true dramatic brilliancy. Innes 1ms been spreading the gospel it music in America and his name, probably more than that of any other PARKERS BIG SHOWS great conductors, Is closely identified ivith the movement which has made Wagner known and appreciated s liroughout the and unusA most novel and Indeed most of this country. ually meritorious attraction is the one Innes' Orchestral Band, which has offered by Miss Essie Kay and her .jrown and developed under Mr. Inne9' ?quino wonder "Arabia," the horse .eadership until it stands at the head with a "human brain " Arabia is a of organizations of Its character, is exjcnutlful Arabian, Import- tending its territory this season in r ed to this country by C. W. Parker to meet demands from cities which especially for this season's tour of hitherto have not enjoyed musical adAmerica. Miss Fay Is a most attracvantages such as those nearer New tive young woman and has succeeded Vork have been given. This plan Is n producing in Arabia that which, all n every way consistent with Mr. ulio have witnessed the exhibition Innes' work for years to encourage to be the greatest and most per- and foster in America a love for th. fectly educated horse ever exhibited best that musical literature has tc in America. offer. Another attraction that nppeals This Is why the directors of the strongly to the admirers of the more Fair selected Innes and his players as iv fined amusement is the production the big musical feature of the celeit "Pharaoh's Daughter," founded on bration. It was felt that the organizathe beautiful old Bible story, ampll-tie- tion would appeal not only to the muby a bit of Egyptian mythology, sical enthusiast but also to that great which affords an opportunity of intro- body of people who with a natural love ducing the statue of Lota. During for the beautiful are not yet ready to this part of the program, this statue forswear everyone but Bach, Gluck, which the audience has been thoroughBeethoven and the other immortals. ly satisfied is made of marble, slowly In addition to tho sixty players of his hut surely turns to a living, breathing Hand, Innes will bring with him sevwoman in full view of the audience. eral Bololsts, notably Bea.Many new and mystifying numbers, trice Van Loon, soprano, of the Chiind beautiful, startling electrical ef- cago Grand Opera Company. fects are presented that are admirably staged and gorgeously costumed. The SADDLE HORSES Dance of the Shower of Silver," a transformation spectacular danca requiring a dress costing over $500, Will Be An Important Exhibit at Lexington This Year. ttelghing 117 pounds and containing -- CO yards of white silk. Tho illusion Outstanding in importance among of tho "Phantom Maiden," where a lady Is floated through the air on a the live stock features of the Blue lighted stage without any visible Grass Fair are the two divisions of means of support, and in full sight of the National Saddle Horse Futurities i lie audience, suddenly disappears as to be contested at Lexington on Tuesi ircurh magic. day, August 13th, and Wednesday, Au' Th Wild Animal Circus Is a most gust 14th. On Tuesday tho division pre-scntlfour-cor-teCarry-Us-All, high-wayd or-lede-dawell-know- n complete collection of Trained Wild Animals from all portions of tho world. Lions, tigers, panthers, pumas, leopards, bears, etc. Not only aro these animals on exhibition, but each and every one of them aro trained to perform, and appear In the large steel bound arena which affords perfect safety to the spectators. Chcfnlo's Hoynl Hippodrome. Tho sane man that makes the ride through loop is tho owner of tho the death-traabove named attraction, and Is many daring and startling feats of nerve and skill, although not loop, as scnational as the "death-trap- " are all big features. Combined with these are a combination of big circus novelties, introducing acrobats, tumblers, wire walkers, gymnasts, contortionists and aerial artists. Hlco Bros. Musical Comedy, well known on all the big vaudeville circuits, supported by a bevy of pretty girls that know how to sing and dance. The production .is well, staged and far removed and above the ono time "girl show," often carried with lome of the carnival companies. Then there are the Colored Minstrel, 'razy House, The Dragon Gorge, The Irl in the Moon, The Outlaws, Tho tusmims of Wonder, whore tho itrange and curious from the of the earth are exhibited and ecturcd on. Jumping horse Tho big $10,000 with a big concert pipe rgan, both of which arc manufac-.ureat the big factories owned by '. W. Parker, founder' of the Greater "arker Shows, which, will apepar In ..exington at the Blue Grass Fair August 7 to 12. d cdnesday for foals rf 1012, and on the one for "Ell division. This 8tai(3twa8 inaugurated last year by thojjsjtrt'lle and Horse ShoM Chronicle, ana. proved to bo the bcsl and most "xcltlng exhibition evei given in any ring at any Fair, there being Gl exhibits. The renewal of 1011 stake for yearlings, and Inaugural of 1912 Futurity 'under same conditions as last year are already causing widespread Interest throughout the country. Tho approximate valuo of each is $1,000, to bo dl- ; vlded among tho ten best colts or fil lies. Tho two rings of themselves would make Tuesday and Wednesday the banner days of- tho Fair. 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