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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 8, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911060801_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.): June 8, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $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. 3 SI. 00 a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Cithe SorronnJiflg Conniry and Oorselves. .1. E. liurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. GOOD ROADS CLAY CITY, KY.. THURSDAY which have adopted state aid to road 8? The smallest per cent, of illiteracy, the greatest increase in the value of farm lands, the best schools and the greatest increase in population. How lias road buildingprogres-sein states that have not grant ed aid? Except in a very few counties here and there, there has been no improvement in road build ing in any state which has not granted state aid and in my o pinion there never will be. What are the general effects of good roads? Good roads stops immigration from the farm, incrcoses attend mice at school, encourages the establishment of rural routes, in creases the market value of lands, destroys farm isolation and saves the cost of the farmer put ting his products upon the mar d JUNE rt. 1011. CATECHISM By H. A Sommers. What is state aid to roads? State aid to roads is financial assistance given by the state to the various counties in road building. Is it a new question? No. It has been adopted in 32 other states and in some of them it has been the law for many years. Have any of the states ever repealed state aid after having once adopted it? No, for the reason that it yields better returns to the state in increased values than any other tax. How has the law operated in other states? It has stopped county graft and connty waste in road building, encouraged the counties to build many miles of road that otherwise would not have been built. It also provides for the construction of roads under the supervision of competent' road engineers instead of by farmers. What is the basis upon which state aid is granted? First, because the state is a and what helps any part helps Second, bethe whole state. cause the largo cities, railroads and other corporations are thus made- - to help the.framor build his roads, the farmer having contributed to the growth of the cities and railroads. Third, because there are always some sections that are too poor to build roads without state assistance, just like they are too poor to maintain schools without state assistit Do you believe that it would do away withftlie old system of warning in tlig'handp, and the substitution oft maintaining the roads by taxiitron? The proposal state aid bill provides that rife county shall re ceive tho benefits of this act which does noPpi-ovida coun ty tax to maintain its roads. There are about 05 counties in Kentucky wine) p have not a sin- til gle road in them, and which now levy no road wax for mainten ance. This condition would dis appear in twO'Years under state aid. tF e w Is there anj material differ- ence between state aid to schools and state aid tojroads? Therolls this materia Yes. dulerence. Under state aid to schools, no locaKtax is required, while under state aid to roads, the county has fd levy a local tax and put up dollar for dollar with the state. ket. il ls there anyreason why state What is the cost of bad roads compared with tho value of good aid should be' especially strong roads. in Kentucky? W I have taken the trouble to I think so, because it has been calculate on the basis of govern rocognized in the state as right in ment reports, and find that bad every form of state expenditure roads in Kentucky cost more The state and?not the county than the entire state tax, or a- - pays the cost of the judiciary. bout $2.50 for every man, wo The state andjfuot the county man and child in the whole com pays the costfof pauper idiots Good roads will The state andinot the county monwealth. save this tax upon the farmers, pays the cost omaintaining our and under state aid will only unfortunate wards, the witness claimp,inoacctnirt8,.-aiid.main.v cost 25 cents- per. capita. . - public schools. All of What would be some of the tains our effects uponKentucky under state this has been done upon the has is of equalizing the benefits of aid? government according to tho There would be built in ten years 10,000 miles of good metal wealth or poverty of some section roads. It would stimulate road of it. What has been fundamen building in counties where there tally recognized in Kentucky al are no metal roads now. Nocoun ways as applied to all other mat ance. ty would want to pay a state ters, should apply to roads as What special improved con- tax to roads without gettin well. Who is to be the head of the ditions can be noted in states some of the benefit of it. road system under state aid? A competent civil road engi neer. What kind of roads will the state grant aid in build- ingr Such rock, stone and gravel as is accepted by the state road - At the election of teachers by the city Council last Friday night Prof. J. S. King, of Ohio county, in. was selected principal ; Miss Mol Are any of these counties op- lie Johnson, of this city was posed to the proposed law. choosen as first assistant, and Not unless they are opposed to Miss Sarah Thomas, of Smith'? putting up one dollar to get it Grove, was elected as teacher of back, with from five to ten other the primary department. dollars sticking to it. How would it effect the s Mr. Marcus Lyle Fox and Miss and other counties which Jodella Sams, both of Clark have a good system of county, were married at the -"Stf'tbat these 'c6untfes mteht lioniej)f,the.. bride's parents, Mr. nearlvuck-ervill6hare equally in the benefits of and Mrs. A. E. Sams, yesterday evening at 5 the law, the bill proposes aid to o'clock- - Elder Richard French tho reconstruction of roads as The bride is well well as to their construction. officiated. known in Clay City where sho All of the Bluegrass counties and other turnpike counties can draw frequently visited, being a nieco out the full ouota of $10,000 of Mrs. W. II. Cassidy and the i editor of this paper. Fox-ham- which have the largest cities in tho state. Louisville will pay of the entire tnx and tho railroads another fifth. Do you think it is right to make the large cities, the railroads and other corporations pay taxes to help build roads in poorer counties? I do, for the reason that the farmers have helped to build up the cities and the corporations, and it is simply reciprocity. The cities themselves are all in favor of it, because they are looking to future growth and greater prosperity, by building up the country with good roads. How will state aid effect what is known as pauper counties? All but 88counties in the state are known as pauper counties, that is, they draw out of the state treasury more than they pay in. These counties would draw out. of the treasury under state aid from three to ten dollars for every dollar they paid one-fift- h livo counties without additional taxation to aid In the reconstruction of their pikes. They can oven decrease their local tax to the amount of the state tax and still have mon for the reconstruction of their roads than they have now in addition to the advantage of stat supervision, stopping graft m some counties and incompetency others. Is there a section allowing a county to bond itself for road building? A county can bond itself to r per cent, of its assessaable wealth for road construction when two thirds of the voters favor tho proposition. This will onablo some of the mountain counties to sell $10,000 worth of bond per per year, to obtain the money to put up against an equal they can draw from tho state. in Teachers Selected. s. Blue-gras- e, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Just Received c Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and a nice line of commissioner. What is the proposed tax rate and how much will it Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see your earliest convenience. You at will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. J raise? Five cents on the $100, and will raise $500,000. This will not bo levied if it can be obtain ed from the present general expenditure fund. How is it to be distributed? Each county is entitled to an The poorest equal amount. county in the state can draw out as much as the richest, but uo county can draw exceed ing $lu,ouu any one year ana can only draw that amount when it puts up $10,000. Why was this basis adopted? Because the poorer the county tho more it needs state aid, and it would be properly encouraged in road building by being put up on an equality with the rich counties. How many counties will pay into the state treasury under the proposed law more than they can draw out? Only five, and they are the are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our i goods. They willopenyoureyeetoan 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'' 0 i -- mcndihcnt, declaring it unlawfu fit to the Statotuid Nation, but ior u uuli'uud to cliuifio mure tor add to the lustre of Kentucky, a short than for a longer hau which has furnished many of woo "fionrpri." nip i" 'n same- the country's greatest statesmen. 13HED KVKIU UIUliSOAY. Mr. Aldrich with whom Congress Cannon in this Congress is Subscription rates $1 a year or three man James would have Ken no bigger than ti toy pistol. tucky Democrats believe Senator years m advance 82. THE TIMES. TTTT I - Another Washington dispatch, mail matter. this time to the Louisvillo Cour Entered as second-clas- s rolativo to the Em Juno 8, 1011. ployors' Liability Amendment, Thursday, introduced by Senator Paynter, CLUB RATES. which provides that no case nris For the convenience of our sub ing under this act and brought seribers, we have arranged club rates in any state court of competent with the following papers at prices jurisdiction shall be moved to below mentioned : any court. of the United States, The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 says : "The adoption of this n Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 mendment is regarded as of great 00 importance, because it is a step Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 toward .restoring to the states the Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 rights and control of matters Southern Agriculturist 75 which have been claimed by the Democrats to be the rights of the states under the Constitution Heretofore efforts to modify Federal laws so ns to givo state Watching the Senatorial Fight courts jurisdiction of matters rising under acts of Congress and James Supers In Comparison with to change the law as to removal Paynter as Big Newspapers of actions from State to Federal CanView the Two didates. courts have been ineffectual." Of Senator Pavuter's work in The big newspppers of the securing this amendment, Sena country are watching with a good tor Hale, long a leader in the up deal of interest the fight being per branch ot Congress, said waged in Kentucky between "This is a notewothy advance in States Senator Thos. H. the direction of maintaining the Paynter and Congressman Ollie constantly dwindling force of James for the seat in the Senate State jurisdiction and State con now so capably occupied by the trol. I congratulate the Senate first named, and their comment upon having taken the first step on the methods of Mr. James in in the right direction." his campaign should be of interJohn uullan U'Laugluiu, one est to the Democratic voters as of the brightest and best known givingthem an insight into what newspaper men. at the National the people of other states think Capital, recently reviewed Sena of the man and the character of tor Paynter's brief career in the contest he is waging, as well as Senate. At one point he wrote giving their opinions of Paynter "When raynter arrived in ns a statesman and member of Washington he quickly made ' the Senate. himself felt in the Senate Cham- In a recent comment, Leslie's , ber and was given an honor ex : t ir ft t ii g iveuiuy saiul oi dames: "it is tended to few new Senators, too bad that we have so many of placed upon the important the Ollie James type in our leg Judieiary Committee. The Sen islative bodies who think there ator lias been active in conneci$ nothing in the world for a pub- tion with the tariff, the railroad lic man to do but to seek to gain rate, the postal savings, and the political advantage, to capture Federal Incorporation bill. Ho utes and to attract attention." strongly advocated lower duties The Chicago Inter-Oceadis- on all materials used by the press, cussing the Lorimer case, says: insisting it was important to "That Senator Paynter should ap- the Nation that independent peal to his colleagues to act as newspapers should flourish. lie judges, considering the law and also has shown a marked knowlthe facts only, and disregarding edge of international ns well as ;diko the clamors of faction and ordinary law. In short, he is rethe menaces of power, is entirely garded as a valuable addition to natural when we remember the the United States Senate." life and character of the man." The foregoing gives in brief A Washington dispatch to the fashion, the opinion from e Cincinnati Enquirer, at the time Kentucky of Senator Paynlie "long and short haul" rail- - ter's worth us a member of the toad proposition was before the Federal Senate from Kentucky I'nited States Senate, a year ago, allowing that, from the first, he i Had "Senator Aldrich wascom-- I has tuken front rank among the letely routed upon the long and leaders of thought in the Nation, hurt haul proposition in the and is today in position where he Senate this afternoon. By can accomplish much, if returned vote of 57 to 10 the Paynter a- - in his position, not only of bene- ier-Journal J. E. burgher, Publisher. Paynter is in league. I Notice to.Stock Owners. will be at bomb; each Saturday Shoe Sale Having decided to make a change in our line of Mines we have afternoon to practice my veteroary work, Anyone wishing my eervio es should bring their stock to me at these times. 'A. Easter. Notice td Taxpayers. Many persons have yet failed to come forward and '"settle their tajc now far past due.' Unless prompt settlement is made will have to levy and sell property to make the tax now duel' the county, state and school board.' This May 4th, 1911. A. H. Norton. 'Tax Collector. T. inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our shoes are sold out and until this is done we are offering our full line of Shoes at Greatly Reduced Come in and investigate our line and Prices service- get suited in a good How'sThlsV able shoe for yourself or anyone of the family and ut the same time OUTSIDERS a- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any .oaeo of Catarrh that, cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cneneyd. Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney forthe laHt 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan fc Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrri, Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous' surfaces of the ntinjonials sent free. system. Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. , I Save Money on every purchase you make. This sale will last until our entire unbroken and get pick stock is sold. uud choice. Come while the stock is Mrs. J. W. Williams. ( . 1 be-in- What Makes a Popular Bank? An intelligent interest in the success of its Depositors. Couitesy first, last and all the time Ample facilities wisely handled Convenient quarters, ly located central- The Clay City National has all these, and is seeking your business. out-sid- Clay City National Bank. rji CW? I LSJ CW? Gi' CW1 C? GteJ CVi? C?1 I IB TO HOPE $ Hanna s Green Seal "The Made-to-Weone-thir- MILLS FIjOTXR PROUD OF HER CAKES,' and pies the woman is who bus made them from Hoi'K Mills' flour. Success in bread or cake linking if always pure to follow when you use this high (snide and satisfactory Uour, uold evtrywheie. It read ar Paint" two-third- If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the quality of the pakt to be wed. s, material In any given job of painting, labor represents practically , the cost. d It stands to rea&bn that with to much expense m labor, the enduring quality of the punt to all important Why have the,'painting done unless the protection and durability of the job is sought? How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? H ANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. ThU paint hat The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the pakt IS THIS OF ANY YALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO IE. rOK SALE BY the printed formula on every package. MfJ by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, ,.Ky, Atkinson .& hyh, Stanton, Ky. Republican Convention. Ejects Otflcers. Republicans of this the At the regular meeting of Red district will hold :i conven River Lodge No. 70 K. of P. the tion at Spout Spring, Monday, election of officers June 2Gth to nominate n candi took place and tho following ofli AN ALL PAPER. dato for Legislature. County cers were elected : mass conventions will he held in O. W. Easter, O. O.; LOCAL BREVITIES. each county Saturday, June. '21th W. R. Burgher, V. 0. ; to selectdelegntes. Each county E. D. Curtis, Prel. ; THURSDAY, .... June 8, 1011. will be entitled to one delegate Jus. M. Smethers, K. of P. & S. ; John Kimbrell, M. of E. ; Olint. Bowman, the barber, is for each 100 votes cast for Tuft, for President in 1908. Walter Potts, M. at A. ; week. in London, Kv. this John Kimbrell, I. G. Crop Report. Mrs. Bell, of Lexington, J. W.. Potts, 0. G. In the monthly crop report of Mrs. Luther Loving the first Wins Fight For Life. M. C. Rankin, Commissioner of of the week. It wfts a long and bloody battle Agriculture, for June, it is shown Mrs. J. B. Peers, of Morehead, that the drouth and hot weather for lifothrtt was waged by J. B. spent a few days with her sister, of May has had a bad effect on Mershon, off Newark, N. J., of Mrs. E. B. McGlone, the last of crops over the whole State. The which ha writes: "I had lostmuch the week. oats crop seems to have suffered blooa" from lung hemorrhages, and was veiy weak and run down. For Now millinery just arrived' at most. The following is the report showing the condition of the eight months I was unable to work. 'Mrs. J. V. Williams and at pleasDeath seemed close on my heels, standard crops: ing prices. Call and pick your Our reports show that through when I began, three weeks ago, to choioe. out the Stato during the month use Dr. King's New Discovery. Dr. Martin reports the birth of of May that very little rainfall But it has helped me greatly. It is a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. F. T. was had, a general drouth pre doing all that'Vo'J claim." For wt ak Orow of Vaughn's Mill, Friday, vailing almost over the entire sore luns, obstinate coughs, stub June 2nd. State. Some sections reported born colds, hoarseness, la grippe, no rain for the entire month, asthma, hay fever or any throat or Mrs. J W. Will;ams has receivwhile others reported light show- lung trouble its supreme. 50o & ed a nice line of LadieB Skirts and ers during the latter part of May. 1.00. Trial Bottle free. Guaran is selling them at prices that will All crops have suffered greatlv teed by Swann-Da- y Lumber Co. make them go fact. from the drouth, corn suffering State Democratic primary July least. Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Mize, of "The intense heat of the en- - 1st. Osborne, Kas., are here at the ofbedside of Mrs. Duncan who is tire month, the thermometer ten registering above 90 in the a sistor to Mrs. Mize. FRUIT and SHADE shade, together with the excessMrs. J. A. Fox, is attending ive dry weather, has been very Commencement exercises of the detrimental to all growing crops. Her A' Dreadful Wound. Lexington High School. STRAWBERRY TLAKTS. grandson, Albert Witt, gradu- From a knife, gun, tin can, rusty Asparagus, Blackberries, ates at this term. nail, fire works, or of any othei naRoses, The TJJrd semi-annual) THE TIMES. E Strong Healthy Women If a woman it strong and healthy in a womanly way, motherhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble lies in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted for motherhood. This can be remedied. HOME-MAD- Dr. Pierced Favorite Prescription organs concerned in motherhood, making them healthy, strong. vigorous, virile and elastic. "Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the period of expectancy and makes haby's advent easy and almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands testified to its marvelous merits. It acts directly on the delicate and important Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women. of women have Makes Weak Women Strong. It Makes Sick Women Welt. Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as " Just as good." Accept no secret nostrum in place of this remedy. It g contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of or injurious drugs. Is a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American roots. non-secrhabit-formin- 2 Buy i : Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and ' Cultivators FROM- TREES. ture, demands prompt treatment with Bucklen's Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest, surest healer for all such wounds hb also for burns, boils sores, skin eruptions, eczema chap 25c at Mre J. W. Williams has just ped hands, corns or piles. received a nice shipment of elegant Swann Day Lumber Co. lace curtains that will please her Eggs for Sale. ludy customers. Ask to see them EgeB of pure bred poultry. when you are at this store. Barred Plymouth Rocks, 50c per scttine of 15 eggs. Mrs. C. W. Duncan who under-wen- f Brown Leghorns, 5c per setting a serious operation at a Lex- of 15 eggs. White Leghorns, 1 per setting ington hospital some days ngo, bus returned to the Clay City Hotel. of 15 eggs. Mrs. Nettie Welch, She is still in a very critical Clay City, Ky. P A good shower fell Monday night, but.a, good shower during this dry period does but little good to grass and oats, corn however, seems to be doing fine. Raspberries, barb, etc. Rhu Grubbs & Benton, Cox. Main and Broadway, I j Write for free catalogue. We have no agents. j j 1 I H. F. Hillenmeyer Sonst LEXINGTON, KY. Winchester, - Ky. CAPITAL STOCK. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, THE SIOO.OOO 1GO.OOO ' Spring and Summer h A tornudo in Brown county, H op WiNonsTKii, Ky. Kas. about one month n!o de stroyed a number of school hous Ej N.HOI.I.Y WlTIIBUHPOON, FREH. fj es. Since then the school board EJ W. 17. Spiiah, Oahiiirii. 3 of that county has decided to put i cyclone cellars under nil these S YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED new school houses and all the old ones as well that the teacher and pupils may have a place of Bye Sight Specialist. F V V 'V'W 't 'A'X safety when a twister appears. Dr. J us. H. Stamper, of LexingA Charming Woman. ton, 'Ky., eye sight specialist, wifl Is one who is lovely in face, form bo at the Uoono Houe in Stanton, Ky Jnu 1!) and 20, 1011, all. hav- mind and temper. But its hard for Watchmaker ing eye troubles and needing glas-t'.- a woman to be charming without Jeweler. fitted should rail on him. Pric-'- f health. A weak, sickly woman will he nervous and irritahlo. Constipaare very low. tion and kidney poison show in pimTime to Drop Out. ple, Notches, sklneruptions and a ii the last State primary there wretched complexion. But Electric All Kinds ot Watch and Clock wore six of the ten candidates Hitters ways prove a godsend to Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACfur State ollices which included women who want health, beauty TION GUARANTEED. Line of t lie Sanatoria! race, that had no ind friends. They regulate Stom opposition when the time came, ach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the Jewelry & Spectacles. though the Hold was full of can- blood; give strong nerves, bright Call and see me In the Red didates up till ulose to the time. eyes, puru breath, smooth, velvety River Hotel Building, In no case were there more than skin, lovely complexion and per - KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, .two candidates for more than one fect health. Try them. 50u at ullice. It is time now that A Swann-DaLumber Co TTTT TtTTtTTTTT TTTtTT Tt should begin to drop nut as tln'.y nee the result against t hem is bitterly sure. Uovernor wuison nnscailcu upon the people of Kentucky to observe June 14 as "Flag Day", lie requests that town and city uliicials keep "Old Glory" limit-inover public buildings all day of Wednesday, June 14. g M 4 'V 'V 'V Winchester Bank, Goods. We invite you to call and see our line up-to-da- te J.P.flAUPPIN, of Spring and Summer goods. We can inmerterest you who appreciate chandise at the lowest possible prices. Wo havo nil the new things in Dress Goods, Neckwear, & s 0-- c 1 etc., & etc., for women and misses. We are sole agents for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, and have all the new styles in low-cut- s, both in oxfords und pumps. I We also have a line of millinery. This season our hats will all bo trimmed by one of the best milliner firms in Ciu nati, and ol course will be right up to the minute. We would like to show you men and boys our lines of 'clothing, huts, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for we feol sure that we can suit you, also that you will see that we will save you money, Wo Handle "Walk-Ove- can-didnt- y - M. J- - - Work Will Start Aftur you tuicx Dr. King's New Life Till and you'll quickly enjoy ihnir Constipation and flutt reditu, vanish and appetite returns. They regulate stomach, II Impart now, i.i and bowels and Firtijii'th and energy to tlio whole Try them. Only Sflc at Hyrfli'in. v- Electric WOOL Bitters WE BUY 1 Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female sveafcneses they ere tha sui'ikiuu remedy, as thousand have testified. r" shoes for men and boys, and have all the new things in low cuts. Wo also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Slutting, Rugs, Wall Paper, Cook Stoves, Roofing, and eto. In fact think can supply your every want. I MUf far m tin sftsfa w ccasst.! Ktlatacc: 13. 'a UibtilU. Wt JujUk . 1 WIBsft Fits U set sUffgs. Wiiti fa frits Ill wiiiln I (Sv!inii-Pn- y Lumber'Cv I N.SAKL&SMS MvT LwbnBt, ti, I It la the beat, medicine ever cold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TRGU&LZ Ill II HardwSck & Co., Stanton. Christian Endeavor. Zachariah Charles, member of G. W. Lylo's versus; .Defendnntg. heirs drunken row near Clay City Satur Notice oiSale. day evening, was tried Monday Pursuant to judgment and order of before 'Squire Wm. Davis and sale of the Powell Circuit Court entered in the above 8tyefl cause, I will on fined 95 00. Thursday the I5th day. of June, 1011, There was a good attendance at between the hours 'of 10 o'clock a. in. the Christian church Sunday. Sorae and 4 o'clock p. mj lit the old G. W. Martin. City were Lylo residence onjHartlwick's creek, "I Love Dim Because He is of our friends from CUy was mani- near Vaughn's Mill, sellt public aucpresent. Much interest tion to the highest and best bidber the so Worthy" Ada Johnson. fested in both Sunday school and old home farm of said G. W. Lylo, Sr., Sons by Society. preaching. The orphans' home adjoining the lands.of I. T. Sams''hcirs Roll Call. co'lectibn is still in operation Bud Bush, D. R. 'Daniel, Jeff Wright Benediction. Many of the people took dinner and and C. C. Daniel, Jr., And containing about 220 acres: This'sale will be made MARRIAGES. spent the afternoon with Mr. Bar on a credit of six., twelve and eighteen nett and Baker. months, the purchaser being required J. T. Price and Miss Mila Neal to execute bond with approved securiof Lombard, came here. Wednesty and having the .forco and effect of a day morning and were married is home from replevin bond. At' the same time and David Withers place I will sell "that tract of land iif. the Presbyterian church by Rockcastle county where he has known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the He v. James P. Doggett. been for the past few months. the waters of liackcoon branch adjoinElder N. Mcintosh of this city Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mcln-tos- ing the land of Marion Curtis and containing about 20 acres.; and at the same was married Monday, June 5th, of Spout. Spring, visited time and place I will sell a tract at the ut. his residence to Mrs. Emeriue Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Patrick lust foot of tho Estill Furnace mountain on (Jhatman, of the eastern portion Thursday. Hard wick's creclf adjoining the lauds of the county. It is the second of Wasson heirs and Noah Russell and J. D. Cot t man conducted the containing about 80 acrces ; and tiic venture of each, the groom being at Jackson's same time and place I will sell a cer87 years old and the bride 05. Sunday school Rev. J. P. Doggett officiated. Chapel Sunday in the absence tain house and lot in Clay City known The as lot No. 27 and 28, in block Mo. 61 of the Superintendent. George W. Locknane, a native and now occupied by William Lyle. Mrs. Edna Cooper returned These last tinmed tracts will be sold on of this county and a former business man here, was married, home Sunday from a visit to a credit of six month's, purchaser be Thursday, June 1st, to Mrs.. Eliz- her daughter, Mrs. Everett Bur ing required to execute bond with approved security bearing interest from abeth Henry Wilson at Middle-town- , ton at Trap, Clark county. date and having the force and effect of Ohio. Mr. Locknane now Etta, the daughter of Mr. and a replevin bond., Any one desiring to resides at Middletown. It is the Mrs. Simpson Clem died Monday inspect the property will call on or groom's third veuture and the of pneumonia fever after a weeks communicate witML, C. Lyle, Vaughns Mill, Ky., or M. KLyle, Stanton, Ky. bride's second. illness. The parents have the Witness my 'hand, this 11th day of sympathy of many friends in April. 1911. Valuable Pony Dies. ROMULUS JACKSON, The splendid little spotted po- their sad bereavement and we ask God's hive as the comforting i, '.Master Oom'r. ny, of Gilbert White the little presence to the parents and V not! of Mr. T. G. White died friends who will miss Etta in Tuesday night. The pony was home and Sunday school where u very stylish and valuable little she was faithful and obedient., animal. The trouble is thought r have been distemper or lung SPOUT SPRING. fever. Mr. White had the pony A large crowd was in attendin gniss until Sunday when it ance at the meeting ut the BapOffers unexcelled advantages to was brought home for use but tist church Sunday morning. as used only two days until it "Mr. the young people of Powell and Mrs. Isaac Bamettare died. and surrounding counrejoicing over the arrival of a ties to secure an new son which arrived Thursday, Inherits Fortune. Mr. Fisher, of Kansas City, June 1st. education. Mo., is here looking up his faini-l.Oscar and Delbert Dawson, of historv. A rich relative in Clark county, spent a few days Germany has recently died leav-tu- with their sister, Mrs. Bonnie Teachers-Compete- nt. an estate valued at several Burnett this week. uiilliun dollars and the amount Initruclion-THorou- gh. ifcuived by the Fisher family of Mjs. Emma Osborne; of Winthis county will be regulated by chester, was called here last !ie nearness of the relation. Mr. week to see her father, W. J. Expenses-Modera- te. Burnett, who has been very sick, Fisher js a brother-in-lato D. !). Pat ton of this city who mar-- t but is some butter at this time. led a .Mis Fisher. The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Cosby visited Mr and Mrs. Kay Special attention given in preProposed (looil Roads l.aws. near Cluy City Saturday paring for County and State Ex-- . We this week publish an out- . Sunday. Tho Rev. Mr Cos-binu of the proposed good roads mdpreached animation. at Clay City Sunday law. Every reader of the Times to relieve Pastor Fryman who For information; write to Mtid imr iail to read every bad been holding protracted serREV. J. C HANLEY. "i'l ot it and work to tho end vices at West Liberty and wa6 pretty well tired out. i' nood roads for Kentucky. ' President. If hi law should pass, there is a The hot weather continues, hmii-for uri counties us Pow- - Sunduv being the hottest, so far ll to get some good roads, other- - when the thermometer mm iiu-in bo none. m'imii 100 in the shade. -- Program for the Christian En duttvor Society meeting Sunday evening, June 11th. Topic "Why I Love Christ." Leader George Fletcher. Organist Mrs. Tom Mountz. ) Bible Lesson, (ll'et. Song by Society. UI Love Christ Because He First Loved Mo" Mrs. Waldron. "We Love Him Because Ho Waves us" J.. G. Easter. Song by Society. "Then I Love Him Because He lits into my Every Mood and Ho Himself is never Moody" Mrs. l:3-2y.- "A correspondent asks "How to cut the butchers bills?" Two Meeting at the Methodist church Cut your appetite for Sunday. July 11. Why not come? ways. bucwl. t'i. meat, or give the col Miss Dmzle Burrie, of Spout lector tho "atoney stare;" Spring, visited the young folks of Hardwick's Creek Sunday. Commissioner's Sale. Miss Stanley Wells and sister, of Clay City, visited their brother, Poicili'fUrcuit Court, Sam Wells Sunday. G. W. Lylo's Admr.lalntIIT . Yaughn's Mill. Not Simply a Car but Car Service 9 Now li the time of yetr when yon'nre In the MARATHON yon got all this. to think of the car you luttnd Hut don't accept our mcref tntemcnt. For (raving. Remember, nhnn yon bur, Ihut tho abso- wo can convince ynti of Its truth. lute limit of dollar for dollar return Is We hnvo a catalogs which describes. In reached in can idling under !,000. 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