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Premium List ot Kentucky State Fair
Offers $25,000 to all Glasses of
In the poultry department 300
awards will be made on 151 classes,
which include Brahmas, Cochin,
Plymouth Kocks, Wyandotte:,
Leghorns, Minorcas, Hauiburgs,
Rhode Island Reds, Pit Games, Indian
Games, Game Bantams, Ban-tame-
other than game, ducks,
turkeys and geese. In this department
Commissioner ot Agriculture,
Vreeland, has oSered nine prizes
There will be 2ss awards in D4
pigeon classifications. This department
includes Pouters, Pigmy Pouters,
Carriers, Fan Tails, Short Face
Tumblers, Clean Ldg Tumblers, Muff
Leg Tumblers, Jacoblins, Magpies,
English Owls, Chinese Owls, Tur-bits,
Dragoons. Swallows, Arch-angles,
Runts, Show Homers, Record
Homers and Flying Homers. There
arc sweepstakes for fancy and homing
Fifty-one awards, including four
riilver cups, are offered ou Collie
dogs, there being 21 different classes.
The vegetable and melon department
has G6 classes in which 132
awards will be made. Included are:
Beans, beets, cabbage, carrots, eel-cry,
cucumbers, egg plant, endive,
horse radish, kale, lettuce, leeks,
onion sets, okra, parsnips, parsley,
peas, peppors, Irish potatoes, sweet
potatoes, pumpkins, radishes,
spinach, squashes, tomatoes,
turnips, watermelons, cantaloupes.
The classes also have prizes on
general collections, novelties and
sweepstakes. Fifty dollars is otiered
in this department by Commissioner
of Agriculture, Vreeland.
There will be 131 awards made in
the department of field seed aud
grain, which is (36 classes, divided
as follows: Corn, wheat, oats, barley,
rye, timothy, red top, orchard
rass, Kentucky Blue Grass, clover,
soy beans, cow peas sorghum, buckwheat,
millet, broom corn, English
Blue Grass. Commissioner of Agriculture,
Vreeland. offers $175 in
.sweepstakes in this department.
There are also some special prices
offered on corn by Letterle & Son,
In this oonneotion it may be announced
that Commissioner Vreeland
has offered fifteen awards nn
alfalfa, navy beans and corn, aggregating
Thirty-five awards are offered on
tobaoco, whioh is divided into 13
classes, between Burley and Bark
Tobacco. Two speoial premiums
amounting to $50 are offered by
The classifications in the depart-meat
of horticulture numbering 105
.are divided among apples, peaches,
peats, grapes and miscellaneous
-fruits, 230 different awards to be1
made. Speoial premiums are offered
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for county displays ranging from
$60 to $U, and in addition, there
are two prizes offered by the Department
of Agriculture amounting to
In the plant and flower department
there are 14 divided
among amateurs and classifications
open to all exhibitors. Twenty-eight
awards are to be made and
there will be special displays of cut
flowers on Tuesday and Thursday of
State Fair week.
In woman's work 25 classes are
devoted to domestic manufacture 20
to embroidery, IS to lace, hemstitching
and drawn work, and 15
to knitting and crochet, a total of
73 classifications in which 154 awards
are to be made. There will be
sweepstakes iu all lots.
Eleven classes with 22 awards
covers the children's department.
Iu table luxuries 16 classes are
devoted to cakes, pics and bread and
27 classes to preserves, jellies and
pickles. In this department SO
awards arc to be made.
There will be no awards in the
department of farm implements aud
machinery, but the classification
covers engines, pumps, millls, machines,
vehicles, haying machinery,
planters, plows, etc.
Neighbors Got Fooled.
"I was literally coughing myself to
death, and had become too weak to
leave my bed; and neighbors predicted
that I would never leave it alive; but
they got fooled, for thanks be to God,
I was induced to try Dr. King's New
Discovery. It took just four one dollar
bottles to completely cure the
cough and restore me to good sound
health," writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of
Grovertown, Stark Co., Ind. This
King of cough and cold cures, and healer
of throat and lungs, is guaranteed
by J. H. Orme druggist. 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
Novelties in The Electrical Field.
An electric elevator has been
installed in the Cathedral at
Berlin for the exclusive use of the
Emperor William ot Germany. A
private elevator in a church is an innovation.
Electricity is of great value iu the
metal industries. Metals which never
before could be successfully welded
together are now quickly united by
A large railroad company has
adopted an automatic pumping outfit
for filling locomotive water tanks.
The work is done by electric motors
and when the water falls to a certain
level the pump starts automatically
and stops when the tank is full.
Bananas are now ripened by
The green bunches are hung
in an air tight glais case in which
are a number of electric light; the
artificial light and heat hastening the
Electrioity is said to -be the only
saleable produot which cannot be
Kodol for indigestion and Dyspepsia
is a preparation of vegetable acids and
contains the same juices found in a
healthy stomach. Jt cestswhat yo'u
eat Sold by J. H. Orme. i- . ,
Baby's Good Morning.
The baby lies
With hands outspread,
And yellow ringlets
Round her head
Curled close, and rosy
And close shut eyes,
And coral lips,
And peach blow cheeks,
And rounded wrist,
And dimples where
. The Fays have kissed
Each knuckle coax,
And coax me, till
I stop above her,
And kiss her chin
And yellow hair,
And her pink palms;
And stand and state
At her until
She seems to icel
The greatness of
My loving steal
From my heart where
I gazing stand,
To her way oil
For with a start
She's wide awake,
And arms outstretched,
Says, "Papa, take!"
And do I take.
I think I do !
And snuggle her
ITp to me too !
And kiss her brow
And cheek and chin,
And with my kisses
Her neck beneath
Her nearest ear,
Ana kiss her till
She very near
Goes wild, and coos
And wiggles so
Sometimes I nearly
Let her go;
And then, perched
On my shoulder high,
She wiggles and says,
"Papa by !"
And so we tiptoe
Down the stairs
And catch her
And she gets snuggled
To the breast
Of mother dear
And washed and dressed,
And mouuts her high chair
And one more day
Has started right.
Rising From The Grave.
A prominent manufacturer, Wm. A.
Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C, relates a
most remarkable experience. He says:
"After taking less than three bottles
of Electric Bitters, I feel like one rising
from the grave. My trouble is
Bright's disease, in the Diabetes stage.
I fully believe Electric Bitters will
cure me permanently, for it has already
stopped the liver and bladder
complications which have troubled me
for years." Guaranteed at J. H.
Orme's druggist, price only 50c.
Saturday Night Reveries.
Saturday night seems to have the
happy faculty of making people
humau; set their hearts to beating
softly as they used to do before the
world turned them iuto war drums
and jurred them to pieces with
tatoos. On Saturday night the
ledger closes with a clash, the
vault comes to with a baug.
click, goes the key in the lock. It
is Saturday night and the business
man breathes free agaiu. Homo-ward,
ho ! The door that has been
ajar all the week gently closes behind
him, the world is all shut out.
Shut out? Shut in, rather. At
home are his treasures after all, and
not in the vault and not in the book
save the record in the old family
Bible and not in the bank. Maybe
you are a bachelor, frosty and
forty. Then, poor fellow, Saturday
night is nothing to you, just as you
are nothing to nobody. Get a wife,
blue-eyed or black-eyed, but above
all, true-eyed. Get a little home
no matter how little a sofa, just to
hold two or two and a half, in it, on
a Saturday night, and then read this
paragraph by the light in your wife's
eyes, and thank God and take
How many a kiss has been given,
how many a ourse, how a caress,
how many a look of hate, how many
an unfailing cure for eczema, pimples,
dandruff and all diseases of the skin
and scalp. ZEMO is recognized by
eminent scientists and physicians as one
of the most important discoveries of
medical skill and science. ZEMO is a
clean liquid for external use, it always
Mr. Jacob Frank, a prominent business
man of St. Louis, says:
"Your remedr cured me ot one of the most
obstinate caset ot ecrema that I have eer
known or heard of. My case was ot four
rears' standing on both bands, and had been
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remedies that were recommended to roe, and
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good until ZEMO was used. I will bo pleased
to write any sufferer who doubts this statement.
Yours very truly,
JACOB FRANK. Pres.
Frank Merc Co , 6ji N. 6th St., St. Louis.
Price, $1.00. Leading Druggists
or by Express
Prepared Onlt Br
E. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO.
3032 Olire St. ST. LOUIS, MO.
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HAYNES & TAYLOR.
a kind word, how many a promise
has been broken, how many a !oul
lost, how many a loved one lowered
into the narrow chamber, how many
a babe has gone from earth to heaven,
how many a little crib or cradle
stands silent now which last Saturday
night held the rarest of treasures
of the heart A week is a life.
A week is a history. A week marks
events of sorrow and gladness which
people never heard. Go home to
your lamily, man of business ! Go
home, you heurterring wanderer 1
Go home to the chair that awaits
you, wronged wait on life's breakers!
Go home to those you love, man of
toil, and give one night to the joys
and comforts fast living by ! Leave
your books with complex figures,
your dirty shop, your busy stoie !
Rest with those you love, for God
only knows what the next Saturday
nicht will bring you ! Draw close
around the family hearth; Saturday
night has awaited your coming in
sadness, in tears aud silence. Go
home to those you love, and as you
bask in the loved presence and meet
to return the loved embrace of your
heart's pets, strive to be a better
man, and bless God for giving his
weary children so dear a stepping
stone in the river to the eternal, as
Saturday night. Ex.
Children in Pain.
never cry as do children who are suffering
from hunger. Such is the
cause of all babys who cry and are
treated for sickness, when they really
are suffering from hunger. This is
caused from their food not being assimilated
but devoured by worms. A
few doses of White's Cream
will cause them to cease cryine
and began to thrive at once. Give it a
trial. J. H. Orme.
Don't Ruin Your Best Norse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints arc always more or less prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man hat ruined his best horse going for a doctor
when some of his famiry was suffering from cramp colic or cholera
morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy x
Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and' eta"
always be depended upon. No doctor can prescribe ahrag$dkin ? '
it is almost cciwd
Wives who Never Speak.
The Korean woman who speaks or
even nods on her wedding day immediately
become an object of ridicule
and looses caste. Neither threat nor
prayer must move her, for the whole
household is ever on the alert to catch
a single mumbled syllabic. Her
period oi silence often lasts lor a
week or more and when complete
silence is broken she only ues her
tongue lor the most necessary ues.
Some (50 years ago a native of
Pennsylvania undertook, for a wager
of 30, to remain mute for the first
month of her marriage. Her husband
not being iD the secret, left her, only
to icturu later when he was apprised
of the real reason of her silence.
A Brussels couple named Dupout
quarreled so bitterly on their wedding
day that the wife vowed that the hus'
band should never hear her voice
again. His entreaties went for nothing
and to her dying day she kept
the letter ot her oath.
A Brunt) woman, whose husband
was in hiding from the authorities,
inadvently betrayed his whereabouts
to a police spy. As a result the man
was taken and received a term of imprisonment.
So much did she take
to heart this misfortune, brought
about by her gosssp, that she resolved
to remain mute to the end of her
lite. London Tit-Bits.
Another Good Man Gone Wrong.
He neglected to take Foley's Kidney
Cure at the first signs of kidney trouble,
hoping it would wear away, and
he was soon a victim of Bright's disease.
There is danger in delay, but if
Foley's Kidney Cure is taken at once
the symptom will disappear, the kidneys
are strengthened and you are
soon sound and well. A. R. Bass of
Morgantown, Ind., had to get up ten
or twelve times in the night, and had
a severe backache and pains in the
kidneys, and was cured by Foley's
Kidney Cure. J. H. Orme.
J. F. Canada Sells Out.
As I have sold my entire interest
in the Canada & Bishop general
merchandise store, at Urayneville,
Ky., to my partner, Mr. Newton J.
Bishop, I would respectfully ask all
of our customers to continue business
with Mr. Bishop, ad ho is a
in every respect, and all who
owe him will do him a great tavor by
coming and settleing your account,
as he can't run a business without
I have some outstanding accounts
which are due myself, which I will
ask you who owe them to come
and settle same as I must close
my business at Crayneville at once.
I want to thank the good people
of Crayneville for your patronase
while in business there.
J.vs. F. Canada.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers don't
sicken or gripe. Small pills, easy to
take. Sold by J. H. Orme.
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7 Grease 48
I Helps the Wagon up J
The load seems lighter Wagon
and team wear longer You make
more money, and have more time
to make money, wken wheels are
Mica Axle Grease
The longest wearing and most
satisfactory lubricant in the world.
STANDARD OBL CO.
A Good Boy
Makes the Whole Family
Do Not Procrastinate!
DO IT NOW !
Insure Your Property !
We issue a policy which is
one of the ruiest.
It cannot be beat m
It guards while
you sleep ! Do not f
be content with
something just as
good. Get the BEST !
Crider & Woods
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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
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Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
tT. LOUIS, MO.
Sold and recommended by J.H.Ormo
novvonatDraughon's Practical Business Col.
leges, Kvansvllle and I'ailucali. I'oslTIOSS
secured or money back. May, If prefer, take
lessons 11Y MAIL FBLC and enter college
later and save cost ot board, etc Wrlto
tor catalogue and "Summer Discount Card."
Draughon's P. B. College Co. (Incorporated).
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
are best for backaches and weak kidneys.
Sold by J. H. Orme.
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