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Gray Threlkeld and wife, of near
Carrville, is the guest or K. T. Franklin
Friday and Saturday.
Sherdie Hale arrived a few days
ago from an extended trip to the
west, coming home via St. Louis.
Orvillc Campbell and Clifton
Therlkcld, of Livingston county,
Harvey Clark Saturday and Sunday.
Gus Vaughn, of Johnson City,
111., was the guest of hu brother,
Jno T. Vaughn, the first of the
Charlie Kobinaou, loriucrly of this
section, who now lives near Harris-burg,
111., attended the camp meeting
at Hurricane Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. W. C. Byarley was the guost
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin,
near Irma Monday and Tuesday.
Sam Flanary and wife attendod
camp meeting Sunday
Charles Daughtory and family, ot
Morloy, Mo., aro in thia section,
visitinir iriends and relatives.
Frauk Williaiun, wile and Ralph
Williams are in old Kentucky again.
Frank Minuer and Allon Lovo, ol
near Carraville, visitod friends in
this section Saturday and Sunday.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN, JR.
m je mo if 2?
Ail Of- Co&rrr
'uafoya a Jd4j43tr?u '
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Co -Operative Union
The whistle has biuvn acd each man
takes his place
To toll for the. world ut a death-deal
sun brightly shines as there
In holiday ralment the Labor Day
Eacii man lFMocked out In his Labor
"Labor omnia vinclt," the banners
Yes. labor may conquer, but never,
While united they march, but divided
they vote. Ellis O Jonas.
Look around you and noto how you
and your neighbors divided your votas
receutly and then compure this with
the solidity of the votes of the "Inter-1 jectbn
two arguments now bohig usd to d
press the price of cotton; the first,
that the consumption of manufocturea
goods Is not a:i.-factory, owing to
continued trade depression in this
country; second, that the prospects
for a largo yield of cotton this yeat
ls good In practically all sections of
the cotton bolt, except Oklahoma
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4 A comparison of prices will convince you, that we are offering you some real bargains
GENUINE DELKER BUGGIES AND SURRIES ARE THE BEST MADE.
If you want a vchiclo for service as well as pleasure, always by a Genuine Delker. For more than Forty
Years these Buggies and Surries have been the Standard of Exellence. Examine one of these Buggies and compare it
with others. The Buggy makes the name, not the name makes the buggy. Look for the NAME PLATE.
III AeKCiVsJ IRSQn
The waRon season is now here and as usual, we arc prepared to furnish
you the best wagon on the market, and at same price of cheaper ones. Wo
CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON IN ALL SIZES,
For Strength, Durability, Safety and Utility, it cannot be surpassed. Don't
take our word for it, but come in and be convinced that our statements are true
by making an examination for yourself.
Keep cool by using a Blue Ribbon
Ice Cream Freezer. Look at these
Prices and then Compare them with
the Prices of x'.wrs, We offer you
some Special .t.cs for the Month of
2 Quart Blue Ribbon Freezers $1.50.
ing pace j
Each movement Is skillful, uach brain .
is alert. ' DR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
WWW Ifley patiently ork In the Wj Surey Sjop Tha( CouQh
Just look at that picture and then I
make a note, "
That united they sweat, but divided J
The machluds and the belts and the
shafting ar still
And not a wheel turns theie's a
ctrlke at the mill.
A strike! Every workman has sol
To stand by his mates till their claims
Tls a brave thing to do, but don't
fall to note
Thnt united they strike, but divided
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
CopyrlKht. 1WS, by Edwin A. Hy.
The human race la a brave race.
It Is proved by the fact that It continues
to live. While It require braver'
to.dle. It requires more brawrj to
live. Ami humanity Id bo stout hearted
It fights the battle of Ufo so long as It
can fight. Occasionally a tired, sick
hearted one surrenders, but Iw Is the
Humanity Is brave.
Men aud women dally face conflict
that might well daunt the Intrepid
gods. Think you lecause they so
tasks that test all tliclr fortitude, no
wrrows that must !. courageously
Humanity Is brave.
duels he fights: Who knows the striv
lugs of bK defeats, tlio gallantry of
Oroanlze to Determine Action. , his victories? He Ls a brave man. as
Uearish intluoncex in the different brave as ever couched a lnnce In rest
departments of the 8peculutle, buy- j ngulust a foo. AikI hero Is one who
lng and consuming cotton world are, J tackles tho wild beasts In tho arena of
n unUu,. hcuuik uusy to nammer
i competition and on vho
l"s P"1 OI wnto for tu a '
uu7, struggle with n great sorrow
and full months' delivery There
are, n.nni.v i i,
This woman fates imvcrty and Mini-
tatlons, or anxiety, or pain, strain on
nerve or sympathy. An archangel
might well shudder to undertake the
whole gamut of suffering that comes
with wifehood and motherhood. And
there Is no shrinking. Woman dies and
Ives no sjgn. Woman lives ;md smiled
On theie two nroiinnltinria (ha foil , III tile front if n.,f,.i
months aro being hammered, and Oc-1 Humanity is brave,
toner aollvorles are now around 'J 20,
while December futures are quoted at
about 9 cents by the New York ( ott n
Kxrhange All cotton sold by evpo
ers for dellerv In months ;i-.
bus'd on New York quotations, plut.
v.ha'iver jiemium the contract he
tween the exporter and the spinner
is on If sevtfirti .uillloii ',tl...
are sold on the basis, of figure
every cSort will be made to hold down
prices until these contracts are liquidated.
If the growers be.gln to rush
their cotton to market as Urual In
September and October it will be Im
possible to stem the disastrous tide
of these deprosslve Influences If
tho farmers are not well organized
and 6ecure the co-operative strength
of the banking and business Interest
of the South they will have a bard
Btrufgle ahead to maintain fair prices
In this strenuous l(fo of ours the real
men and women sleep each ulgbt ns
the holdler sleeps on the lutttlefield.
urn ll'M'iile wukl's oucn martial mnr
I.lnt cotton Is worth morn fhnn It The
he nuirh mnri' In fi i .
When in need of of Roofing
of any kind remember that we
can save you momey. We mean
just what we say when we say,
we can save you money on roofing.
Make us prove this statement
by getting our prices before
you buy. We can furnish you
any kind from the Cheapest to
T. H. Cochran & Company.
1'HITTK.SIIK.V ltECOKl. 1IIM KENTUCKY STATE FAIR RACE8.
fair market price today, and It will w, be HenHO any address, the rest
the I'KKSS and the Consolidated
Crittenden IIkdohd phkss which
i is a vory low rate. That period wih
cover tho Ntioul l'olitical cam
paign, tho national unions, the Farm
j cis' Tniou and Society of Ivjuity.
I also includes the F. K. and C. V ol
j A. pagr which every union man
'should road, as well as the A. S uf
K. page. Tho sooner jou ubscnbu
j the uioro papers you will get. All
who take advatagc ol tint pocil oil
1 er will havo the privilege of
ing at the end of the jear at I. (10
a year, otlierwi.Mi tho jiapor will be
Superintendents of Departments at the
Kentucky. State Fair.
The most competent men arallable
have Ureti aprWnt'ed suporlntiindcnts
of the various deDnrttnentji h n
Lllmrd of Lawrenc'burg has
sujrlnteodent for the Hon
Dejvirtment Wllllnm sSlmmcais of
Shupburdsvllle, for Mubw. Johu II
Good of Louisville, with It II Youmt
Chirles A. Hobs and W C Cau'thoo
us ajwlRtantfl for Iultry. C H
Thomaa and Z T McCnbe for Dogs:
Solby H Sale, with William H Vt
as assistant, for Vegetables aiid Melons.
H. C Ivclaw of UoHtun. with
George D Kantner nf Islington as
assistant, for Field Seed and Gtnln;
II. M. Fromaa of OlMcnc, Ky , for Tobacco.
M F Johnson rf Himchel itnr.
about with smiling face, there nre no ucuUure. R 1." TaTke oHniZ
Plant and Flowuns. Miss I'or.
tor of Ixmlsvlllp. with Miss Bvn Mr
Oruw and Mlaa AUco Partnr as assistants,
for Woninn'B rinrnrr.krt n.
Is one lighting to keep In Rokcts of Smlthlnnd. and It W Veal
his lower nature. Thiuk of the nt VersalllnH as asKlatant. for Farm
I I ttt Ttliim.inf n nHfl M, .Ui..
iwiiiuiiiujui kiiu MMtMuuvry , tiarry Ij
Smaor of LijIon, for .Speed
and Prof J J Htxpr of Lexington
for Studonu' Judging ConUnrt.
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS.
Tho seventeen departments havo
'"tn placed under Uie nianagemnut of
tho vnrtfJtis nwnilnTS of the State
Hoard of Agriculture, as follows, m.
f Rankin Frankfort. PotUtry and
IMgrons. Horticulture, and Plants and
Flowers, M. A. 8cm ell, Lexington.
Dairy Cattle, Sheep and Goate, and
Colllo gg; O X McOrmv. nayou.
Woman's Departraent, Farm Implements
and Machinery, V. It. Moorman,
Jr, Glendeane. Beef Cattle.
Outhrle M. Wilson, riardstowii. Horses.
Mukts and Jack Stock, and Speed I
partment; Caldwell Norton, Louisville,
ton, Kducatlon; "William Aildams,
tntami, vogetablen and Melons,
" -- Field
tal to dally to fidit fi. oe. and Oraln, amlTtlmcco. John
ntuafa Inferior to
COMMERCIAL SCffMLWWef TNJE SOUTH
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.Awju. '!'-'- A.jjj
goxl fight with hands and some with Minerals and For
brains and sonic with hearts. Look
about you Is It not true? You may
even see some who are lighting with
Yes. humanity Is brave.
Hut It needs to repeat dally the
prayer of Itobert Louis Stevenson.
"The day returns and brings us tho
round of Irritating concerns and duties.
Help us to play the man; help
us to perform Uiem with laughter and
kind faces, let cheerfulness abound
with Industry Olve us to go blithely
mi our busings all this day, bring ns
to OUr l.laco wearv nml rnntnnt
and undishonored and grant us In thft
enu mo spirit of sleep. Ament"
The small farmer or breeder should
not fell to solar his products at the
Kwyfcoky 9Me Fafr. Ffc often Uilnks
Boflrt Wll to BO majy rtitrles Uiat he
wsaJt not have a cixaasv? fir a prize.
die nolghbor thtctg ti same. They
Oien tod chagrtnf irben they go to
the Fair and s aaunoone walk off
WlMl a ribbon Wtm OH some Rnerhnnn
For catalogue, entry Wanks or other
InionnaUon, write J. W. .Vewman, Sc.
rotary, 320 Paul Jones Bundto,
m v. r . m. m k
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SPECIAL NIGHTS AT THE
KENTtKJKY STATE PKTR.
J. V Hckman manager of the Retail
Mervdwints' AoclnOvi of
ts general chairman of tho Special
Nights Commillixi. and fins been
mislly engaged for several wtteks In
arranging the niont uttrsrtlre night
Monday nbiht will bo Srtuvil
Night Prof E II Mark, superintendent
nf the LoulsvllU. trnbllc
schwds, Is rhnlrmsn of th eommltte
In charge for that night
TtrfsJay win b OennanAmtirlrtiin
Night, with Mr lunula 8eiiri) ti
oharge. Wslnusdny. Lalmr Nlcht
John Young., iintlilent of the Pedum
Irrm rf lahor. chalnnsn. 'rhnrwinv
Night. Col W II Hnldeinnn
We have just received a Car of
Pure Arlington Lime, also a Car of
Portland Cement. When in need of
Heavy Hardware of any kind, Remember
that we can furnish you
Cheaper than the other fellow.
We carry a full line of Shelf
Hardware, also Guns and Amunition
When in need of anything in our line
give us a call.
W e Guarantee t o Save Y o u
Horse raofng. ua attraction
at a State Fair and inrm osneclaliv
th present future quotations for that!01 "l0 CT lor omy '"' co,u"' P""' at an hauiuiiiuii hold miner mumrro
. . i it i kii & ... t t . i r l.
mosta indicate inare inuat Do nom-thing
done as Id? from the inure work
of organization That la, ot course,
the first step, provided organization
l bused on wound bustness principles
Th business end of marketing
cotton is thu DiOKt vital and Important
jrart of the cotton Industry to
farmers If the crop Is not sold nt a
profit there Is but Utile satisfaction In
the Industry - The Cotton Journal
ded all arrears are paid to the HkcokMj nklfB. will featured uwrr than at
any pnvtfUM Htaii Fair The new
tntrt. ntm tn tnOWFnqr flnv
structlon. whn complnt'd will N one
nf tht? cuunies tn th
awntr', and Uiuro Is vvcry Indication
tor a harnctts racv nK'ttng
thli fall Four stako, rive purp. nutl
Olmw retitlttjuen's road races hnw
6eji uanounred. In iuldlUtu to ths.i
thero will bo two running raais
day. so the KintuckLan who thinks
that hla day's vlnlt at u fair Is
without so Ing a lorM
nici will not h dlnanDtHntod ut this
years Statn Fair Among lh early
clulng events ar th- Kfntucky
AsMirlatlon hIiiWh (nr 1 fn imi.
ttirs. ... thr Uotnllllnnt U
Assoriatioii stnk for t H tmuers.
and tho lxulHV1lli Comnwrrliil Clah
stake for Z IS jtacnrs S'take enfrtew i
closed July nth punie cotrles close
Sept i tli and entries for the cup rtvcuH
nt 12 o'clock the day the raoj.
The stale rnciii will lw contested
on the thnw In five bent pran. with a
limit, and the purse race on
tho two In Urn; heat plan It is the
ultimate 'nti'ntlon of tho State Fair
management to build a full mile truck
encircling the prusent half-mile vourve.
which. If the hop of lu chargn
of tho racing program are realized,
will compare favorably wlUi the bist
State Fulr mile trucks in tire countrj1,
and Louisville will doubtless bervimp
one nf the most popular training
grounds In the country
vimmander of the Firm Kenfncky I
Iment. chairman. Friday, Irish-American
N'ht Thftmtw chairman;
Saturday. Farewell Night, W A.
Robftwon. chairman. j
The show rings on Saturday will Im
especially Interesting on account of I
the various honie championships being
swarded thnt day.
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J. II. Nimmo, of MariOD, repra
senting J. It. Watkins Medicine Co,
was in this section last week. '
Joe William, of Blodgett, Mo,, is
the guest oi friends and relatives
here this week
Mioses Kittle lulhuu and Hutli
Cook will enter at Marion,
Prof. Nowconi is attending the
teachers' institute this week.
Catherine Daughtcrv, who has
been sick the past week, is some I
MACHINERY EXHIBITS AT
THE 8TATE PAIR.
An unusually lrg exhibit of farm
Implements ;iinl machlnen Is In pros-Pct
Owing to ?ln Inrompletoness of
tho auu Fair the cxhlhltuni of thin
Jppkrtnicnt d(t not shsr thi same
affonld th'm h soitii of thr
ldur Ittstilutlons in the wny uf largo
machinery halls, hut nrvry othor f.v
Mlity and uccomiruxlatlon will be at
their disposal Commodious spaco
will be assigned to this drnarfmnnt
' Jtid already a largo numtr of
, cutitins ar- in file including tnanufao
I turers of etigltKw punim tock hmIob,
1 fencing, mills rond marhlnes vehl
I -I harventltic nMchlnes liarlng mn
:hlnis pUntcrs. li hni! v,ry
uunsll u.v by the farir Th fann
rr who deslris to ! InstrurtiMl ! ihn
i ... .... .. . ....
ui miiiir wewifxi uni waiter ma
hlnery will rwire a gnit nb)cf lori
Oefort him nt this FHIr
SOLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR
Th nolll do xnlMt al ih Ken
tuoky Sta' Fair promises to h a
treater uttntctton than var before A
new departure. otii ritlrel) original.
ud the first vcr held In this section
will be a Mfni'p trial glvrn by sn et
pert, which will show the usefulness
)f the oollle to the fanner A rredit.i
bl show of this nature will appeal to
every oilllrt fjuclor. as foir jsHnts aro
to bo gained by owtwra toward championship
rr.edal by American Kennel
flnb It ts t ported that this year's
ihow will hrtng out lf.0 ctWIIes. Inclnd
Ing many fnaious I&istcni dogs Thr
hcep trial will tw startnl by expert
Ejisuirn dog Any farmor In thw state
loslrlng to train up his dogs along
this line and can eorapett, will bl
STUDENTS' JUDOINQ CONTfUT
Following n plsn deyed b the
sute fair institutions of the conn
try and one that hs prov.sl eminently
tucreMlitl st all the uroot West. n
fairs, as well ns n pnrevsv ste In
'ho of nurlrnltiinil eduratlrn
5anunlalontr Rankin hit offered tino
!' eahh for wholurslilp t the Arri-
of tho Stat.- T'nl
I ffndty fnr th vrnm man undr
tytttw yim of He .lolry; the best
' ork In llvntrnrk judging nt thf Ken-
ucky Stat h'alr of loos, contestant
, o Im required , i ,. a wrltton opinion
1th the reasons therefor on horses.
:atlN. .nu and sheep exhibits Cor-
ui i lection will or.u.it "..I
olnts wJ rea'ens subatantlatlag tho
tame, if, polnta
Tho Kentucky Htnu Fair
ha arranged a free amusement
prngram which ,i0no Is worth Urn
tirlce of admission
KhMww3fTOOf iTf w:u;)nnr)ii c MaoMmrawtYMmMKfw&rjowM
A NEW FIRM!
Wo have purchased the Hardware and Furniture l)tismoa of
Maxwell Ilros , at Fredomn, Ky., and will continue the business at the
same old stand, nnd hope by handling nothing hut the heat goods, and
extending to you every courtesy consistent wiUnjood business to merit
your liberal patronage.
HARDWARE, FURNITURE, WAGONS
BOGGIE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC.
We havo u complete line of Heavy and Self Hardware, nntl you
will find that wo handle milj reliable goods nnd thnt our prices are as
low ns the lowest.
A. NO I1ANOKH.
II I l.ll
ih:i ki:ii a,mmiwi;.hiioiio
FA RM INCJJNI AC 1 ITXFT? y
Come to see us nntl gvt our prices before making; your perchnse I
Our Prices are Right. prj i?nn VI A ir v