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THE INTEWtB JtilfWAL tTANFIW. KENTUCKY FWItAY, AUIUtT I, ISI2
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CAN YOU AFFORD TO MISS
THE BRODHEAD FAIR this year
AUGUST 14, 15 and 16.
$1,500 Spent to Entertain You.
"Air Ship" flights each day, the greatest novelty of the age, never before witnessed in this secti&n
of the country. It will actually occur come and see.
The finest shade, a lovely grove, comtortable seats, in this excellent shade where you can witness
every move of the exhibition.
Daily band concerts, morning and evening, by one of the best bands in Kentucky.
HOAGKLANDS HIPPODROME, and Wild West Shows. Roman Chariot Races, and other excit
ing races, given as free attractions. More good shows and places of entertainment than
ever seen at a good clean Fair. No gambling will be allowed.
Reduced Rates on All Roads. Admission to Grounds Only 25c.
At McKendree Church Marks Close
Of Dr. Pearce's Pasterate
Net Suudny will be Laymen's
day at the McKendree Memorial
church at Hubble, and will at the
bume time mark the close of Dr. E.
II. Pearce's four years' pastorate.
Dr. Condit D. Vanarsdale, State
Layman Leader of llarrodsijurj:, ft
leading physician of Central, Ky.,
will be present to deliver the main
address, if profession at duties will
at all permit.
Other biicf addresses will be made
the piano choir of MeKeudrcejs
voting folks, Bivinjj some of their
"best selections. Visitors, and quests
are invited to the home hospitality
of the church. Service commences
nt J I A. M.
' Dr. Euj?ii lVarce. under the
church 'law limit of four years, will
cloe his four year pastorate of
Lancaster and McKendree. with
this service, subject to ratification
nt tin annual confeiciicc ill Sep
tember. A number f calls have
come to the rctirim: paMor, pome to
work in nation-wide tields, far the
comim? year, others to the Kentucky
field, from the blue ,tu.ss country
to the mountains vf Kentucky, the
latter being a Held, he is said to
prefer on account of it-, needs, if
the health of his family peuuits. In
the duties ot his national committee
of the American church federation
Dr. Penrce has traveled over 3,000
miles in the past four years: in tlm
house to house visitation if bis 73
square miles constituency n Gar
rard, Lincoln and Hoyle, 2,(300 miles;
Home visits, 802.
Inciene in membership in four
years past on profession of fuith has
been 3d per cent, in fiscal offerings,
4n per cent
For mission- and other benevo
lences official, $1,301 an average of
$8.70 per member, 90 per cent, of
families of the pustipate being con
tributive. This including boy and
L'irls, ns well as heads of families.
For chut cli procrty, betterments,
including a new piano ni McKeu
dress and church remvntion at Lan
Hay Uvr and a.lhma make Auemt
Month of Inttnfcr fcuffi-rinic to many ptjl.
Foley's Honpy alul Tar Compound civ-a
1ronit rate and rhef, and ta soothing anil
iralinr to the inflainrd munbrane. Win.
M. M.n-tlifw, K. HrarvxTt, Me, tays: "A
few doaea of Foley's Honey and Tar Com.
pound relieved ine. of a wvere attack of
atthraa and less tlian a bottle sauted a com
pete, euro". Kefue subfctithtrs. Miu,jjrs
BLUE GRASS FAIR
6 Big Days and Nights, Commeiciflg
Monday, August 12th
America's Greatest Horse Show
5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes
Ruining and Harness Races
Innes Band of America
Sensational Free Acts Daily.
The Greater Parker Shows.
See Big Floral Parade First Day
ltrduced Hates uu AH Hoada
For catalogue or further information, address
JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky.
In Brooklyn Shows Woodrow Wilson
A Bin Favorite.
New York, Aug. 8. According to
the lirst returns of n straw vote
which the Brooklyn Eagle has start
ed on the Presidential issue, Wood
row Vil4on is the most popular ctin
didate with Brooklyn voters. He is
leading in the first canvass by more
than two to one ver llooscvelt, who.
is second, while President Tuft is
third. The returns up to Saturday
night were as follows:
The expressions of voters show a
tremendous shift from the Taft to
the Wilson iiarty. The latter is
is picking up u lot of votes
that went for the Republican caudi
tint four years ago.
The Itoosevelt strength is divided
iibout evenly between men who four
years ago voted for the leading two
parties. If anything, Itoosevelt is
getting more Democratic than Itc-
. publican votes.
From a Lincoln Man In Texas
Ochiltree, Tex., July 5th.
To my Lincoln County Friends:
Having promised several of my
friends that I would write them dur
ing my stay in the Panhandle and
trot remembering just who all that I
had promised, I concluded the best
menu- of reaching them all would be
through the columns of the I. J. We
have been having some line weather
mid h.most is in full blast and the
inily draw back is getting hands to
help harvest tlte enormous crops.
The Panhandle of Texas is now
coated with beautiful green grass,
with thousands, of white inw at H
leisurely grazing over its level .sur
face, with thousands upon thousands
of acres of golden colored wheat
waving to and fro and hundreds of
thousands of acres of corn, kaffir,
maize, bailey, speltz and other grains
so s green that in the expanse of
county, they lok in the distance,
like black spots upon the ground,
causing one to explain us he beholds
this scene, "The PanhautlU beauti
ful." And while gazing upon this,
the thought comes to mind, why dc
the man, who is nhvays looking for
an opportunity fot u good invest
ment let such chances pass by? With
tho low rnvts still asked for laud in
the Pnnhnndle, (especially Ochiltree
$25,000 in Premiums
Splendid display of every
class of live stoclT
County) the profit that must accrue
to an investor is so enormous as to
seems almost incredible. This last
fact nlonc, can only account for the
delay practiced by the man of mentis
Agriculture here is no longer nn
experiment. It is now, n country
which is surprising tho whole United
States in its wonderful production.
It needs no one to brag and talk it
up as being a success; simply come
and see for yourself and when you
behold with your own eyes the crops
that meet your gaze, you like every
other person, who comes nud sees
for himself, will be a believer.
Great opportunity is here foV the
young man, who is wide nwake and
intelligently directs his cnenrv. for
tunes are here waiting for tho man
of the hour to grasp them.
hat can you hone to .accomplish
for yourself in states, that are set
tled up and uie so crowded that you
can scnirt-l.v lunkt! a iiwug? Timiw
off the burdens of high rent, high
taxes and come and locate where
you have a chance to rie to comfort
for yourself and family. Likewise
there aie opportunities in this coun
try f.r young ladies. For instance
if you nre a school teacher -jou uie
rflit asked to teach school for a
meagre wage, but paid what your
ability deserves. It is a fact though,
it is next to impossible for a young
lady leaching the Panhandle to take
up teaching ns a life work, because
of the persuasive ways of the young
men and old bachelors. In planning
vonr next trip" from the East, West
North or South let it include mi auto
drive through the Panhandle.
J, It. WILLIAMS.
KuUrt V. Hirtcr. Lairrrncerule, Ma. who
had been bothered with kidney trouble fori
two J tart .a jr.; "I tried three different I
kirda nt kidney pills but with no relief My '
nrignnor told me to u- Foley Kidney I'llla,
t took three bottles ( them, and jot a per-
uiMlirnl u,r I In-oouuejid idem to eirry.
body" hhugars and T until r
ECZEMA? TRY ZEM0
Cured Werst Cases and You
Can Try it At Ouf Risk
Yes try Zcmo. That'n nil ou
need do lo get rid of the worst case
of eczema. You take no chance, it
U no experiment. Zemo is positive
ly guaranteed to btop itching rut.li,
raw, bleeding eczemu make u pim
pled face binooth mid clean. Zemo
is a wonder and tho minute applied
it Milks in, vauishes leaves no evi
dence, doesn't Mick, no giease, jut
a pute, clean wonderful liquid and
it cures. This is guaranteed. Zemo
i put up by the K. V. ltose Medi
cine Co,, St. Louis, Mo., nnd t,old
by all lrin.t;Ulh throughout Ameri
ca, And in Stanford ut Penny's dru
H. B. Norfhcott
Lime & Cement
VICIOUS MULE TOSSES
SHOER TWENTY FEET
Grabs Blacksmith by Seat of
Pants and Throws Him
Across the Shop.
Linton. Ind. E. . Martlndale'a
state. Incorporated. U made defamf.
nt In a ault tor damage brought by
James I). Dillon, on a charge that ti
not of tho ordinary. Clayton Dakar,
who Is employed on the Martlndale
farm of 1,200 acres, located southeast
ot Linton, took a mule to Dillon, who
is a blacksmith, to be shod.
llaker knew the animal was Tlclous,
according to the allegations ot the
complaint, but said nothing to Dillon
Muta Toaaaa Shoar.
about It Dillon proceeded with bli
work, and while stooping orer anoe
Inc a fore foot tbe animal aelied blra
by the pants with lta teeth and threw
him twenty feet. He allgbted on an
Iron floor with ucb violence that tbe
tendona of one leg were torn looie
and hli left kuee wai fractured ao
that be li etIU compelled to walk on
crutches though the tnjurlea were aus
talned laat May. He allegea ha wilt
be a cripple for lite and aaka damages
In tbe aum ot $6,000. Tbe defendant
Is tbe estate or tbe late' Elijah II.
Martlndale ot Indianapolis.
THREE LINCOLN BOYS
Playing Ball With Lexington Blue
Lincoln County now has llrree
men on the Lexington ten in -jf (lie
Hlne (IruhK I.eiiKiie, Woley llmhiy,
Mike l'ciinv ami Harry ( iiiiinitr.. The
hixt named i the htar pitcher of the
leauiie. Younx Ktulir. yas i denied
10 i.e.nii;i,iii dv imiihloil, utter
tuiitiuiK n ii inajoiity of hU khiiicm.
He pitijheil iiuuiiiMt I'nin Moiiduv
ami was heateii fl to 0 poor Mippoit1
beimj ichpoiisible for most of the'
IVllllV who was IiIi.iiIi.iiii.,1 In inii.
the team Sntuiday, wim put on t,cc
nnd base, axneu p.Mtiou for him as
lie Iuik alwayh either been in Ihu box
or behind the bat. Ho phoe in two
Kittne-. without an error. TJio Lex
ington lleinld said of hU fir.-t came:
"I'cniiy a iccmit from thu Htiin.
foul Hiu School team, where "Kid''
Kmbiy placed before eoininj? to
Kninkfoit and later to Lexinatoit.
was iit hecond firr the locals ami
Walsh, the game little fellow wiio
has been plnjaig there with a se
vere 'Mir.rlejhotW, watched the
gaum from tlio grandstand, ns did
Turner. Tho youngster, who i eiv
small and lifitit, but also very fas,
cracked out the first hit off Knight,
n single over third and beat -out a
slow one to the pitcher, besides
handling four chances on hecond
without tin error. His only inispluy,
if it may bo culled such, was his
failure lo cover first on D'Councll's
bunt in the second round.
''Cnmnitz imictically won his own
game in the seventh, when with men
vn second and third and two strikes.
he banged one over Jones )ie.nd to
the center field fence, scoring two
run ami putting thw Colts in the
lend for tho first time."
Beeves Brinq Record Price.
Chicago, III., An;:. 8. Beef (.leers
.roin ..SciuitNtii tMiiity, .,,(v,iri,
mill heii' today for the hixhe-t price"
miii-c the war. TIh-v hmiiL'ht 10.10
ht huudrrd puiiiiN. They Wf ro the
1 fincM bcee- j.-cn here for many a
'day, but the price thev brought wim
due to tile shirrtat;c of 'cattle and
lu.'.'-i on thi market, nhich i the
criitir of the ditnet most xeverdy
atfectcd by the corn crop failure
last fall and the prevalence of ho-;
(holeia I.inI winter. Hop miM here
today a. Iiisli a $8.70 per hundred
THK -I'ltOOHKESIVK" 1MIITY
ta th InitiTldoal, man or woman, who utti
Vvkr Kidnf 1'ilK for Lackachr, rttuaiitltm,
wrak U(k, and uihrr VMnrjr anj ltaIJr Ir
rrfulantlra. Vulty KUnfj 1'illt ara brat
in;, ittrnaihrnlnr. tunic anj quick lo pro
itace lanrdrial irult Contain no harmful
lrur Nrrrr aoM in l-ulk 1'ut up in in.
Hiri In aratl t-fllr Tk (tnulna In a
fellow luckacr Miuiart and 'lannrr
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE.
Do not tap the aprinfi of lite by nested of the human roechanitm, by allowlni
l.e ,..,m..Utri f pineal in the irstc.-. Ar. Ull.tlu.. f N.iure'a rnemou oi
rettortng waate ot tmue and impoverishment of tne blood and ncrvoui ilrcnllh ia
to take an alterative lycerio citract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon
r. . """"""i ' na ninnurakc root with Uirrrybark. 0e
Sit. i avrc" ,ve ,0..,he pub,,V lhi rmeJy. which he called Or. I'ierce
"""""' "icoveryi ne lounu it would help the blood In taking up the
menu from loud, help the liver into ariivitv tl.rv ..:..., -. . .t.
the blood and wtalmnf the whole ayttera
una ever raaet com unlets conttipated, or cnhautted, and havini what we
BaflsaSv J m,''nu,.r",oniwhieh it attended with impovcrittied blood
LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED
Daily Races-Free Attractions-Clean Midway
Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES
For Information. Entry Planks. Catalogue, Aiklrras
J. L. DCNT, SCCV. .
320 PAUL JONES BUILDINO LOUISVILLE KV.
A Negro Hebrew.
N'ew York, August 8. Ittifm L.
Perry, a negro lawjer of Hrooktyn,
bn niliriici'tl iiml hi-en firrtnnllv re
ceived into the Jewish faith. It is
said Unit Perry is the first negro to
accept the Jewish faith ni twenty
enrs. Perry was appointed n?M
tant district attorney in 18H5, and
in l'Jll was mentioned nn a candi
date for justice of the stnte supreme
They may not cough today,
but what about tomorrow?
Better be prepared (or it
when it comes. Ask your
doctor about keeping Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral in the house.
Then when the hard cold or
cough first appears you have
a doctor's medicine at hand.
This cough medicine is
especially good for children.
No anodynes. No alcohol.
Many a child Is called dull and stupU
when the whole trouble Is due to a lai
liver. We firmly believe your own doc
tor will tell you that an occstionsl dose
of Ayer's Pills, sugir-cotted. will do such
children a great deal of good. Ak hltsu
vm ay ika t C. TSB CO.. Lawalt.
r -40 yaara
! proper ele-
at well aa allaying and aootl.ini a couah.
uu ciniunion ui nerve lorce. I he " Uiacovery" it an all
round tonio which rettorct tone to the blood, ncrtet aoJ
heart by imitating Nature'a mcthodt of reatoring wa.to
of Itiaue.and feeding the nerve, heart and lun. un rich
"I un'rrv,! from j.aln under lay rinht houldtr Uad ali a vrr
m..niT? VvJhh- X;?: . t' Hff.r.tdo.u,an. n-m.d.t
K 1 i: hno U ' t"1. """umptlon. othera aaid I wouU ha
p,i..w" !olhln? ,', tkrleum. Y.Kt adviawl m to tala U..
When I had .taken ona UmU ,,; j Ul-uvrrr ' I ciU alt up for an
TSi i il" i.,u"h..chiHrV1-. ' l",k '"run Ullloa In all and wua
then In oud htalth. Hjr wrlght la now 167 pounds.
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