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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 27, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911072701_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.): July 27, 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. JL JnLJl CLAY We 81.01) a Year in Advance. are here to help Clay City, tie SurronDJiopr Country aai Oarselv cs. I. E. Ibirnkr, Publisher. NO. J',0 VOL XVI. Petition for A Local Option Election. CLAY OITY, Wheat for Peed. ICY A JJKSDAY Standing Reproach. .JULY 27. J9IJ. At Leisure for a While petition is being circulated in the various precincts of the county asking tlie County Judge to call a local option election in Powell county, Sept. 550, 1911. The motive of this election is to vote the county dry under the county unit bill passed in 1006. The election held a few years o under this law was contested and lost. The rest of the county outside of Olaj' City, it will be remembered, is dry, but owing to the apparent close vote likely to do given in uiay uity it was thought best to vote under the county unit measure rather than to vote in the city only. The will likely be a very quiet affair as the county has always voted dry by a large majority, and the local option sentiment seems to have grown a great deal in the last few years. The whiskey people under these conditions are not likely to even make a fight. The temperance forces, however, are aroused and aim to more than double the majorities of past elections. Every temperance man will vote and use every influence possible to make the biggest majority of any county in the State voting so far on the question according to the size of the county. 4f Four years ago a ' young man frtnn Georgia 'gSVtiVp his loweV berth in a sleeping car to a man from California, the impulse being one of courtesy or reverence forage. The Georgian has just been notified that the California au left, him a legacy of $20 000. Wheat is now cheaper than corn, and is said by thoto who have tried it to be much better feed, but there are come farmers now sidling their wheat at tho mill at 80 cents per bushel and at, tho same time buying corn to feed at a greater price per bushel. Besides being of a really better feed value pound for pound, there are four pounds more in a bushel of wheat than in a bushel of corn. A gentleman told us the other day that wheat, put, in water at night to soak until the next, morning for feed was far better for hogs than corn in any form, and now that it is cheaper than corn farmers should certainly make the very best of the situation and give the feeding of wheat a thorough Sunday School Convention. Commu'ntingi Monday's tragedy in Breitthittjppunty in which two men and ona?woman wore shot two killed, theourier-Joiirna- l remarks : That sitch things enn occur within a ferhotir& of the hub of tho lilucgrasslwhero a Fiiucrior social fabric huexisted for a century, and where 'h'o conditions and advantages rf Vujral life in England are as nearly duplicated as elsewhere in America, is a standing reproach to the rwher and more advanced sections ojthn State. When Kentucky has a.stvstem of taxation that equalizes burdens and invites an influx of capital to develop her latent resources of wealth ; when there is constructed a system of highways in palfts of the State where vehicles are of but little use from May to November and of froi Many fanners are now saying they are at leisure for awhile now that thev are through with their com and meadows. The Times doesn't like to be meddlesome but would like to inquire: Is the brush, weeds, and briars all cleared oil' your pastures; Is all your farm implements in the dry ; isn't a piece or two of bad fencing you could repair: couldn't you grind up a barrel or two of cider to make vinegar to have for your own use and to sell your neighbor ; are the roofs all The Powell Count" Sunday will h hel l with the Christian Church in thi-- . The Rev. city August 9th. Vaughn, the State Sunday School field worker, will be present an deliver one of his line lecture Every body invited to be pref ent, but especially are represoi; tatives of Powell county Sunday Schools urged to be in attend ance. A basket dinner will bj served on the ground. School Convention I trial. Increased Farm Values. report of the Census Bureau shows that the vafue of farm lands in the U. S. has moie than doubled in the lust ten years. In 1900 they were valued The at $18,0ol ,033,00, while in 1910 the value was fixed at if28.3t4,-821- . 00,' an increase of 118 per cent. In the same time the value of farm buildings incresed from $3,550,014.00 to $6,292,025,00, or about 77 per cent. Tho average price per acre rose from $15.00 to .$32.50. New Disease. ,n There is a disease going the rounds in Harrison county that no one seems to understand. Some are attacked with a rack- ing pain all over and a severe sore throat while others break Al Frank Mize, who recently re- out with watery blisters. turned from Ostiorno, Has., is n most everybody in that part, of first class plasterer and he offers the state has had it in otic form Ins service to the people of Clay or the other. City and Powell county the day or contract. either by a rehearing", The tobacco trusts doesVt ask it has heard enough. Vaughn's Mill. If every farmer would see that the road along Ins place is in Frank Kennon, who has been good repair for the winter, it residing at Paris, is visiting hi-would go a long ways toward uncle, It. T. Kennon of this, place. making life pleasant when you The conference nicotine wiU have occasion to use them. be held at Jackson's Chapel Julv Don't forget to come out to the JJOth. It is hoped that our pres Methodist, church Sunday morn- ent pastor will not be changed. ing and Sunday night to hear the Sunday school was held at the Rev. L. S. Fuller lecture on tem- Christian church. Mhny of its perance. This is the burning regular members and leaders, question for Clay City at this were absent, causing the attendtime and the Rev. Mr. Fuller is ance to be unusually snmll. well supplied with some vital inSeveral of the people ol formation on the question that Hardwick's creek attended meet everyone should be informed ing at Powoll's Valley Sunday. help." upon. The regular pastor, Mr. Turpin G. O. Avery, president of the being absent, the services wtov The weather experts nre still Avery plow works at Louisville conducted by Eld. Albert Easter somewhat conllumixed. and one of the best know n busi ness men in Kentucky died Mon day near Pans, France where he S&4 was spending the summer in his summer home. 1 May; when theiafare more school a. houses and better paid teachers as a result of an improved taxation system and the development of re sources, the methods of the Indi on the warpath tyil not be so Ire quently imitated lor surpassed savagery by drunken marauders in the mountains anil women will not flgurt in fatal affrays and be left on me iirm mier iiiqngnung enas. The Swimms tragedy might be reflected upon by, the Kentucky Legislature, which, at the hint ses sion, regarded euoh dull matters as taxation as too heavy to wrestle with, and by narrow contempiu tors of the road systeuie who ob jected to the ennctment of any law that might jive nomu advantage to countM-standing most in neod of s the outbuildings and your dwelling in good repair? If all of these jobs and many other smaller affairs properly attended to then you are ready to sit down and wait till your corn will do to cut this fall, provided, however, you can be content to do so knowing that the road along your farm will this winter become impassable when tho rain will fall more abundantly than on Undoes now. E. N. Wilson has engaged in th tie business in this city. Ho buys from the wagon. lie with S. O Baker makes two dealers located at Clay Citv. The annual ox cursion went through here today for Natural Bridge and was mulr up of ten coaches full and running over. Several from herf joined the happv excursionists and jolly maker. Sun-SentinSun-Sentin- i Just Received a nice line of The Canadian Reciprocity bill passed the Senate Saturday and the President will sign it at once. It (iocs not go into effect untii similar legislation is passed by WALDRON & JOHNSON, fed Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandixi and the Canadian Parliament. Elder J. T. Turpiu was unable to attend his regular meeting at Powell's Valley Saturday and Sunday. Elder A. Easter tilled the stand Sunday morning and Sunday night. The Rev. J. P. Doggett for the past few months connected with tho Highland Orphanage has returned to Tennessee. We regret to lose such valuablo citizens us Mr. Doggett. Mrs. Sallie Rogers, of Indianapolis, I iid, arrived here lust Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Burnett, in Estill county. Mrs. T. J. Fletcher and Miss Sallie, are visiting relatives in Montgomery comity. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wood, of are selling the goods to our largo trade and they tell us Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the they are 1 Saving Money. You can do tho same thing. If you are not alreudy one of our many pleased customers, como rounil ome day and give our plnco a look through und Jet us price you some of our goods. They willopcn your eyestoan opportunity. Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You will be pleased. Lexington, are visiting relatives in the city and county. Mrs. Nutiuie Terry, of Loxing. ton, is visiting friends in the Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live In Clay City or near our Btore wo will "deliver the jj C. SHIMFESSEL. fjg city. Mrs. Wm. 0. Martin is visiting relatives m Montgomery county. goods'' m fc McOreary thoy would have the had enemy out of their way. The ' trick won't work. .Indue O'lloar is going to ho elected to the court FUUMSIIED EVKUV TlIUltHDAY. of Appeals this fall and wo will Subscription rates 81 a year or three be pleased at his election, and we believe J. U. McOreary will years in advance $2. be the next Governor if he lives. J- E. liurghcr, 1'ubllshcr. Otic law of vital importance to Untered as mnll matter. the people of Kentucky which Thursday, July 27, 1911. they have not. got, but. which is provided for by the constitution of Kentucky, is a law compelling CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub-- i all telephone companies to con'ribers, we have arranged club rates nect, with each other as railroads ith the following papers at prices are now compelled to do. No riloiv mentioned : less than a million and a half Tuo Times and dollars is spent each year in KenCourier-Journ1.00 for " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 tuckywith double service. And a double 'service you " Louisville Herald 90 cannot have a complete service " Home and Farm 75 " I land Fanner 1.00 though every family in a county " American Farmer 00 may be paying for a telephone. " Southern Agriculturist 75 We call attention of the law makers to this much needed imDEHOCRATIC TICKET. am! ask that at the next session of the Legislature they give us For U. S. Senator, some relief and make all the telOLLIE M. JAMES, ephone companies give us the of Crittenden county. proper connections and a law to For Governor compel them to give us good serJAS. B. McOKEAKY, vice. of Madison county. THE TIMES. - gecond-claB- -- v S vill meet in The Domocrnta Louisville August 15th to dvnft a platform upon which to run on this fall. The Republicans have a good platform, but the Democrats will build a better one, and will give a better administration when put in office as thoy always do. All hand up and i doing to e bring about, one of the big majorities. old-tim- THE al in An exchange remarks that a man can start out any day and inside of an hour and thirty minutes he can engage u wom-ito work for life at nothing :i week, while it will take two weeks of solid search to get one to work at high wages and board. Cash Grocery Handles every thing in t' ! SPOIJT SPRING. Mrs. Asa Tood is visiting relatives at Winchester this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Todd, of 1 near Winchester visited relatives here last week. O. A. Conlee, of Stanton, was here the last of the week to see his sister, Mrs. Shell McKinney. Mesdames Shelt McKinney and Belle Burgher were in Clay City l'uesday with relatives. Henry Burton,' of Ulark conn ty, was here last. week. Mrs. J. W,. Adams, of near Winchester, was visiting here last. week. Groceries for Cash and in Exchange for Produce. For IC. Lit'iitt-nnn- t Governor J. McDHKMOTT, of Jefferson county. For Attorney General JAMES GAUKETT, of Adair county. For Auditor JIENKY M. BOSWOHTII, of Fayette county. For Treasurer THOS. S. KI1EA, of Logan county. For Secretary of State C. F. OKEOELIUS, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BAHKSDALE HAMI.ETT, of Christian county. Vor, Commissioner of Agriculture The Republican platform is pronounced good. The same thing could be said of the platform four years ago, but the recent convention indorsed the administration only because it was Republicans in oiliee, and even Caleb Powers whose neck was spared by this administration voted to not so endorse it. Kimbnell. Mike Wills, of Log Lick, bought a load of apples from John Clem and others and will haul them to Winchester. J. W. Williams OX Eventually You expect to open an account with this Bank. Quarterly meeting at Jackson's O. .1. Rev Sunday. of Winchester, will Chandler, preach on Saturday niulit and Sunday morning. Uhapel $ioo Reward $ioo. The readers of thin paper ill !. pleased to learn that there in at least one dreaded disease t hut science has been able to cure in nil its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Care is the only positive cure now known to the mediCatarrh bring a cal fraternity. constitutional disease, require a O H 'v NEWMAN, of Woodford county. V. J. Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY o U For Clerk of the Court of Appeals KOHEUT L. GKEEKE, of Urucken county. We are authorized to announce Z.T. Hall, of Powell county, for Representative from this the 73rd Legislative dis- g AUGUST trict, subject to the action of the convention. au 7,8,9,10,11,12 6 Big Days and Nights 6 g Republican papers everywhere ttre calling on Justice Ed. O. G?Kear to resign from the bench now thai he is the Republican nominee for Uovern-W- . Why should he resign under ln; circumstances, and to the Ijost interest of tin people. It booms to us too that the whiskey (.Htople are overly anxious that Ap-jtolla- te Why not now? says not. tJudge O'Rear is just where lie tan do his pet most good and wo want to him stay there. It would be trick for the whiskey men to lV3t O'lleat to resign trom the court of Appeals and get a Judge more favorable to their interests Mipplanted in his stead. Then ill"., was beaten for Governor by 1,e resign. The Times CLAY CITY W-- NATIONAL BANK. Hall's constitutional treatment. Caturrh Cure is taken internal, acting directly on the blood and mucous surfacees of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative , owers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. pa-lle- U, S. V irineBand, Daily Concerts FIightsDaiIybyJ.A.D.McCurdy Aeror g lire 1 11 Greatest Colt.Show in iht World Oiler Rich Saddle Hone Sukes High-Class $25,000 IN PREMIUMS Best of all American Horse Shows J 1 Running and Harness Races Daily Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock u -- S U HERBERT A. KLINE CARNIVAL COMPANY J0UE1T SH0USE, Sec'y, tohgton, Ky. BfiEKTiKfi: 2 H0PE $ lui- MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use' the best possible when YOU pay the bill? MILLS iom Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE PROUD OP HER CAKES. Broad and pies the woman i who - made them from IIoi'i: Muxs' Success in bread nr cake Hour. bakiiiL' Is ulwuvs sure to follow when you use this hiirh radu and satie factory thuir, 40M evtrywlicie. 1.111. "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear" ALE BY wrj Mfff'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, -- Ky. II I Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. J it THE TIMES. AX ALL llOME'MAUK L'APER. LOCAL 15REVJTJES. TIIIJUSDAV, ... .July 27, J011 Dorris T. Mize, of Louisville, spent. Sunday with relatives in the city. Several from this county are attending the big fair now goinn on at Mt. Sterling. Several pieces of new gravel walk are being put down in different parts of the city. N. 0. Walters and family, of Irvine, visited relatives here from Saturday till Monday. Mrs. W. G. Patrick and son, Owen, from Kimbrell, spent Friday with relatives in the city. If'. The J?ov. 1;. S. Fuller, of The fifth annual convention of will lecture at the Meth- the County Clerks of Kentucky j odist church Sunday morning and will meet at Frankfort Septem night, on tho temperance cause. ber 7th and 8th. We trust every man and woman Escaped With Ills Life. in Clay City will come out to "Twenty-onyears ngo T faced hear him. an awful death," writes, II. ..MarDng days began Tuesday" and tin, Port Harrclson, S.C. "Doctors without any rain, and already it said had consumption and the is distressingly dry. If the old dreadful cough I had looked like it, saying, no rain during the forty sure enough. I tried everything, I dogdays comes true it will be could hear of, for my cough, and pretty dry September 5 when was tinder the best doctor in dog days end. Georgetown, S.C. C. for a year but could get no relief. A friend A Bad Record. me to use Dr. King's New More than half as many murDiscovory. I did so, and was comderers have been either pardonI feel that I owe pletely cured. ed or paroled from the penitentiary in the last year as have my life to thisjjreat throat and been convicted in the same length lung cure." Its positively guaranYor coughs, colds, and all of time. In the face of this fact teed 50c and SI bronchial affections. it is not surprising that there are Trial bottle free at Swann-Daso many killings in Keutucky. Lumber Co.'e store. Klizabothtown News. Lex-ington, ! No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach man, A strong l S3 asl ilrnpond-ent, e T. is strong all over. No mnn can be strung who is buffering from weak stomach with indigestion, or Irom some other disease ol the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss ol tlu nutrition contained in food, which is the source ot alt physical strength. When a man " doesn't feel just right," when he doesn't slccn well, has an unenmfortahlo feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous irritable he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Such a man should use Dr. Pierce's Goden Medical Discovery. It cures diseases ot the stomach and tit.iier organs of digestion and nutrition. It enriches the hfotrf. Invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES 1IE71LT1S a.VD STRENGTH! TO THE WHOLE BODY. d . You can't afford to accept a ttcret nostrum as a substitute for Oti nonalcoholic medicine op known composition, not even though the urgtnt dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. y Buy ) ) ) ) Chapman and little daughter, Louise, of llopkius-ville- , are guests of Mrs. Luther Mrs. A. G. Loving. V Win. Shimfessel is spending a few days this week with his brother, P. It. Shimfessel at Lexington. Parson's Poem a Octn. From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Al- lfcon, la., in praise of Dr. King's New Life Pills. "They're such a health necessity, In every home these pills should be. If other kinds you've tried in vain, USI5 DR. KING'S And be well again. Only 2"c at Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. y i Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and UI bny my groceries at " Asparagus, Blackberries, t right for school and every day told us we would be gone r. Kaspberries, noses, Jttnu- irom Mrs. J. W. Williams. wear. here in about 20 minutes after barb, etc. A revival meeting at the Meth- our papers were mailed. We try Write for free catalocue. odist church will begin August to print all items that are news, We have no agents. Oth conducted by the Itevs. M. or that will encourage, help or T. and 0 J. Chaudler both for- cheer any of our citizens along I H. F. Hlllenmeyer I life's rugged road. We all doubtlocal circuit. mer pastors of the 9 Sonsf less would enjoy reading "all We have had some unusually the news" when it's about the KY. LEXINGTON, cool weather this week for July. other fellow, but we never cared One satisfaction of the cool to lend aid to the gossips in the weather is that things are not spreading of scandnls that only is burning so fast from the drouth. leave sorrows in their trail. i CAPITATE STOCK. SIOO.OOO Judge B. S. Wilson was nomig SURPLUS AND UN- Kill More Than Wild Beasts. DIVIDED PROFITS. IGp.OOO nated by the Democrats for The number of people killed n in the wild beasts don't ap yeurlv by Judge Wilson is a proach the vast number killed by fci district. THE brother to Mrs. E. B. McGlonuof disense germs. No life is safe from ? this city. They're in air, their attacks. OF WlNCUSTEIl, KY. water, dust, even food. But grand Elder 0. W. 1. Pugh, a Bap-tis- t N. Holly WiTHKKspoorf, Phes. minister of Breathitt, coun- protection in afforded by Electric Bitters, which dectroy and expel W. 14. Spiiak, Oashikh. y ty, has been nominated by the these deadly disease germs from Republicans of the YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED district for Kepre-senta- the system. That's why chills, fever and ague, nil maluriul and many hlo "i discuses yield promptThree wounded men from ly to this wonderful blood purifier. Morgan county went down on Try them, and enjoy the glorious .the train yesterday morning. health and new strength they'll They were shot in a fiirht and give you. Money back, if not sat were on the road to a hospital tit isfied Only 50c at Swann-DaWatchmaker Lexington. Lumber Co.'s store. 5j Jeweler. The fourth Quarterly meeting of the Clay Oitv charge will be MillikanBusiness School held at Jackson's Chapel SaturLexington, Ky. day and Sunday, July 20 and 80 All Kinds of Watch and Clock by the liov. O. J. Chandler, of Repairing on Short Notice and BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Winchester. Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTYPEWRITING. TION GUARANTEED. Line of planing mill The Su rinsed down this week for a rest This school has turned out hunJewelry & Spectacles. if from trirty to.sixty (lays. dreds of men and womon who Call and mc me in the Red saw mill will are successes. It willtmiko River Hotel Building, sawing what logs they have n success of you. - KGNTUCKY. CLAY CITY, in their booms in a few days and this mill will then be down until Wiite for Catalogue. & Rep-resentati- ve Occasionally we are asked why For the first time since early this Spring, hogs on the Cincin- we do not publish all that hap- j nati market Tuesday went to pens It is fortunate for these j particular individuals that dis seven cents. cretion occasionally demands the Broken lines of Ladies' and Miss- omission of unpleasant items. es' shoes at 81 and 75c u pair. Just Should we publish nil that, is Cultivators TREES. FROM- FRUIT and SHADE STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Cut-Pric- e i Bath-Kowu- s Winchester Bank. CLEARANCE Magoflin-Breathitt-L- ti SALE. HARDWICK and CO. If you are interested in saving money, take sdvantace. of this sale. Our loss will be your gain. Tho following lines Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Women's will go in Unsettle: Misses' and Children's low cut Shoes, Millinery goods, all Summer Dress Goods, Men's .ind Boys' Hats, Women's and Misses' The following will 'eckwcar, Sowing Machines, &g., &e. give you an idea of the prices we will make in this sale : . . ! jp.riAUPPiN, y nun-Da- y MEN'S $21.00 suits for 18.00 suits for 16.50 suits for $14.00 12.00 11.00 SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for suits for lin-is- h 4.50 Boys Suits as Follows: 4 50 suits for 2. 50. 2.25 H.OO suits for $4.50. 85.00 suits for 3.00. 2.00 suits for 1.10 Women's low cut shoes as folsuits for $1.25. lows : 84.00 ones at 3 00. 3.50 ones at 2.50. 88.00 ones at 2.25. 2.60 ones at 1.75. In the cheaper grade of low outs for Women, Misses' and Children the prices are cut the same per cent. S30.00 Sewing Machines at 22.50. 825.00 Sewing Machines at 817.50. If you aro in need of a buggy, it will pay you to see our lino Wo are and get our prices, for we can eavo you motiuv on them. for both Fish Hros. and Mitchell wagons, and can solo agents also bsvo you money on them. another tide mines. tils Pocket the box of Bliekleu's Arnica Salve that. E. S. Lopor, a imrpuliter of Mnri'lu, N. Y always I never bud a cut, enries," ur Mire it would not wound, lirui-Greatest soon beaT," lie writes. healer of burns, boils, scalds, chap-- ' ped huiuU and lips' skin eruptions, eczema, corns and 2ou at Swann-DaLumber jiiloH, Co.V store. A Peek Into mIiow f-- 3 would e, WOOL HIDESandFUR! BtlitDalgi. I kttitr j WE BUY Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls, la nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. fuvnr-Mre- y sir ink u wuumit. n iuoui WoalBittt'ut to tw ikifpJ. Write t price list. Kcmiacc M.SABELfc SONS Ik TMlku iiiU K ceoa!iu ctuknU. LMluilk.Ir. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 0 Si' horses and for Ann harness horses. On 05 poles to stake, thence S. C3 W. 121 it every other aft- this afternoon, n' ith Tuesday, Mr. Poles to a Maxu corner to lot No. I; ernoon beglnnlr McCurdy will make threo or more thence S. 13.25 W. 20.33 poles to n stake flights In his ae- - 'lnno which will thenco N. 7o K. 121 Polea to a stake; prove both cducal nal and spectacu-- i thence N. 71 K. polos to two water ANNUAL FIFTH lar. burches, on the bank of lied liiver, LEXIN-.- T OPENS AT Friday morning Is devoted to Jersey thenco down the river to beginning, &AV, AUGUST i rnttlp. This phnw will bo more Im- containing about 27.G acres nnd being SIX DAti. portant than over this year,, becausu conveyed to defendant of the fact that a number of very val- the same land uable cattle have recently beon added decendant by J. M. Kennon nnd wife. interest in Talr Bigger and Better Ti. ,i v.rThlr to the hirdf In the vicinity of Loxlng Second tract Is onr-slxton. On Friday afternoon will be seen tho land conveyed to Annie B. IIuskcII InYear Numerous Atwj. by C. F. Spencer, commissioner, eleven rings for Shetland ponies, cluding U. S. Marnii. .. nd a large number of show classand Aeroplane Fli,.itj tf at the corner of lot No. 2 at es open to different kinds of horses. Daring Bird Men. two water burches, on the right bank .Saturday is known as Thoroughbred of Red Kiver j thence S. 71 W. 57 poles ; Hnv on that morning arc seen rings together many thence S. nJ W. 120 poles, corner to lot In aro The fifth annual exhibition of the ol which most brmnrht thoroughbred No. 2; thenco N. 13.25 W. 20$ poles, famous the :iliiu (Jray.s Fair association at Let corner to lot No. 4; thence with line ngtoti, Ky., IjcrIus on Monday atto horses from the great nurserie N. 07 E. 121 poles, N. 70.5 E. icion, August 7, and continues six da throughout Central Kentucky. Thi (io poles to a water burch on the bank i ml nights through Saturday, August is ont afternoon program of Saturday .2th. of tho most Interesting of the entln of Hed Kiver; thence down the river Since its organization In 1906 the week, as It Includes all tho champion to the beginning containing 27 acres tilue Crass fair has taken full rank ships, in which final contests occui nnd being the same land conveyed to Ith the largest 'and the best of the between tho wlnneis of tho Indlvldua. the deceased Tho: Wanton by Anie (1. ilnte fairs and expositions of North classes during tho preceding days ol Russell or so much thereof as may be merlra. It has very justly come ta tho fair. To these championships this necessary to satisfy the Plaintiff's debt, e known as the greatest horse show-i- year will attach added interest, duo tc interest and cost, or sufficient thereof the world. It Is the only fair which a rule recently passed by tho boaid ol so ordered to be offers a full (iiota and classification directors of the fair. This rule ro-- ' to produce $229.25, for breeding classes of the three great quires the winners In tho varl' us made. Tin; purchaser will bo required to broods of American horses, as well a classes to show for the championship, show classes, simplified and arrangeJ ' and, until they do so, tho money which give bond, with approvod security, for In a manner which makes their dis- ' has been won In the preceding classes tho payment of the purchase money, to have the force nnd effect, of a tinction clear. will be retained by tho association. Hond, bearing legal interest J'itched on a larger and more extern There will also be seen on Satuidaj from the dny of sale, according to law. scale than ever before, with the afternoon the American Saddle Hoise Bidders will bo prepared to comply of increased Interest on ac- Breedeis' association special, In which with these terms. A lien will be recount of various added features, till? a magnificent trophy is offered for tht tained on the land sold till all the pur year's fair promises to eclipse all rec- t finest stallion or mare, three yeari chase money is pa'd. ord'. Numerous additions and Im- old or ui.Jer, to be shown to hand, iiond payable to Commissioner. provements have been made In the registration in lo Aaiar'can cad;lU KOMULUS JACKSON, matter of rings and amusements feat- Hcrse Ilegister being made a con.l.tton Master Com'r Powell C. C. ures have been secured of a kind and of entry. Tho fair will close on Satto an extent that justify the belief urday night with the last conceit oi Christian Endeavor. that the fair will prove not only more the Marine Hand and the last exhlbi I'rogrittn for the Christian Envaluable than over to the live stock tlon of the Kline shows. Interests of Kentucky, but also more The week promises to be not only a deavor Society meeting Sunday uttructlve to those who visit it. gala one In Lexington, but record' evening, July 80th. Three stakes are offered in the show breaking In the history of the Blue Tonic "A Missionary Journey classes for saddle horses, in addition Uiass fair. Around Ihe World." (ActsJT: io tho first contest in the National Saddle Horse Futurity, which will 1(5 SI). bang up for weanling colts a total Leader Patrick Henry. pHie of three thousand dollars. EXHIBIT The fair will be opened at two Orjianist Mrs. Tom Mountz. o'clock on Monday afternoon, August Son;; Society. 7th. Effort is being exerted to secure "Tlits Missionary Work" Mrs. ihe presence of a speaker of national WILL ATTRACT UNUSUAL INTER prominence, who will deliver a brief EST FROM THE STANDPOINT A. M. Hur:hor. address. Following this, interesting OF THE BLUE GRASS "Christians Among the show rings will be seen, races will be FARMER. Mrs. Martin. contested and a band concert by the noted United States Marino Band from "The Heathen Fields in our Washington City will continue Individual Farm Exhibit Will Attract Behalf" Malcoui Wood. 'hrous'-joii- t tho nfternocu. MomU.i Best Possible Display of Individual Song Society. ti i 'in. tit 1:40 the evening concert nr Products Shown on Farms im M'arlno Hand will beVIn and "Serving Christ in the Way lie in Central Kentucky. of Herbert A an cremation George Served tho People" Kline's world renowned carnlvcl Unusual Interest will attach to tlin Fletcher. will offer opportunity for enterBlue Grass fair this year from the tainment and amusement. "The Way Educational Work is standpoint of tho farmer. For several On Tuesday morning, August Stii, seasons past thoie has been utilised Carried on'' Mrs. J.G. Easter. the big mule show, always a most In us " tcresting feature of the Blue Grass fair. of a special feature in tho pric list "The Object, of Foreign do fair what has been known an an vill be seen, and Hereford cattlvwill Betsy Johnson. Individual farms e.shibit. Tho object a ho be shown. Various breeds ot Song Society. "beep oud swine will be judged In the of this exhibit is to secure tho be3t possible display of products grown on "Indians aro Learning the Les-so- n iV.is and the poultry judging will take llffnrcnt Individual farms throughout yHtco In thq poultry house. The out' of Self Support Keese Shim-fesse- l. -- l.inJIiiR feature of Tuesday afternoon Central Kentucky. Tho result has been a manifestation of constantly till be the contest for the National greater Saeule Horse Futurity, In which llfty very hiteresU and this year there Is "Indians' Condition" (lrnn rciibon to bellcvo that a very or more colts will compete for the Hackw'orth. 111I..U of three thousand dollars. Tliuie larfio number of farmers will take ad vantage of the opportunity atlorded "Victory of Christianity U Asivlll also be various Interesting rings theui by tho fair to show how mauy sured" Mrs. Portwood. lor all kinds of show horses. illll'erc-i- t things and in what propor Also on Tuesday afternoon tho first Song Society. f the week's aeroplane flights by Mr. tion of prodIj;allty enn be grown on a Central Kentucky farm. Prizes aggre Roll Call. I. A. I). MuCuidy will ue givon. In .tldltlr.n to ltlghts over the grounds, gating $101; aro given for these differBenediction. n which he will attain an altitude of ent exhibits and In addition such arti :: oro than a mile, Mr. McCurdy will cles as wheat, oats and bluo grass makn a trip from the grounds to the seed, which may bo Included in tho general farm exhibit, arc also cllglblo , ;lty of Winchester, eighteen miles for competition In exclusive classes carrying to the mayor of a letter from tho officials ol devoted to ilium with liberal premiho It!in CriiHS fair. He will alight at ums offered as reward. To this ind'vlilual farms exhibit will Winchester and receive an answer to devoted u largo part of tho first Mil letter and then leavo immediately Hornof Foral hall. In connection in his return trip. Ho expects to make ho journey In a little more than one with It i.lso there will nppear a disOffers unexcelled advantages io play gotten up by the Kentucky l' hours' time. the young people of Powi cnt station, which, while not On Wednesday morning will be seen i 11 o.i I of the grand stand the classes coming Into competition in any sense, and surrounding counir jack stock and the breeding classes will prove of largo educational valuo and real service to the farmers of Kenties to secure an .nr htaud'trd bred horses, which nfi'nid ono of tho best shows Uur-ti- tucky. i education. On Wednesday after-- i the appears the famous Di m 'm pi'iiKiam Commissioner's lino iirnps fair stako for J'oiccll Circuit Court. mldlc hi i Jfn, which for the punt three .earn Ni 'noduccd th best show o! Shlmfi'iwl it Wol lron, l'lalnt'iiT, I Teachers-Compete- nt. ;lvt Kii't ! hordes to bo boon anywhere versus n Uu .virld. There will probably In InAruclion-Thorougwulve or more entries to this stake Kvcllno llliinton. &., Defendants. Notice of sale in equity. If :ui'I an exciting contest bis Courses-Complete. l!y virtue of a judgment and order of i ettult! to rastllt. nk-- of tho IWull Liiivnlt Court, ren. '1 bit morning Is given over th Expenses-Modera- te. I 1911, htcf J'.iik classes for the American sail I civil ut tho June 'IV rm, lior.-- i u nd to classes for short lion hereof, in the almvo muse, tho under-!giu- 'l Je ';uttli'. Tho prizes offered for Amerl will on (lie 7tli day of Auk an saililli" horses are particularly rlcl Oil, ut I o'clock I'. M , or thereabout, and desirable and aro certain to tesul being Court Day), 1 will, d Special attention given in preto oiTor for sale at 1'iiblii 'u a mugnlilcerit show. Tho display o: short bonis at the FHuo Qtum fair Is Vu tlon to the highest bidder, on u paring for County and State Exmiles to anj well forth n trip rcdit if fix mouth, at the Court amination. man interested In beef cattle. On limine door, Stanton, Ky., the prop-rtThursday afternoon among tho show to-iint'iitioiieil In the Judgment, Forinformation; write to features will bo witnessed tho Juulo: championship stake for sad I.nciiti-iREV. J. Cr HANLEY, on the wotcrn of lied Ifivor He burses and an excellent program ot racing, vailed show cluxsos for ro;u' Vt trni't lievluiilnu til tilt miner . 1 President. I "t No. and liters, tbreegalted im the I in ilk of Kid Wivi-- r it i ter buich . nd elm, tht ncc 6 H), W Li: r ' , There are ninny persons who1 hank on their names before the public that would not do much blinking busin were their names brought nut from behind the public. Very Serious ask for one medicine end have the For thi3 wrong one given you. reason wo urje you in buying to be careful to get the genuine It Is a very serious matter to i J th -- Farm For Sale. 100 acrcK two lulled Irotn Clay City on Mt. Sterlirg road. Fair BUCK-DRAUG- HT A bargain fur some improvement. Liver Medicine .1. W. Ballard. one. The reputation of this old, reliaRoute 7. Wincester, Ky. ble medicine, for constipation, and liver trouble, is firmHorse Stock For Sale. ly established. It docs net imitate old mares, one other medicines. It is better than Two' flve-yeu- r others, or it would not be the faold mure untl one two vorite Hver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. VHiir old mule SOLD IN TOWN Fa G. W. Mcintosh. pun Spnntr. Kv. Pains All Over! 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Medicine Co., Chattaaooga. Teno, book. "Home Treatment lor Women," tent free. J 51 for Special Instruction, and ie m Na-five- Mis-sion- Not Simply Now Is Ktmi-mlier- the time of yeir when younr bo. to tUtuk i.f tlio car jou iuunit , niiou you buy. tti.it the absois lute limit of dollar l'nr dollar readied in cam telling under tifiOO. When you iiy more, your returns are not In to your Investment. When you buy, buy not rimply n car, but car service. Buy correct dinum. accurate construction and Rood inaterlaU. Buy sound motor car valuo. MARATHON a Car "but Car - ScrvHee i Car. Standard Tuurinu Car and Roadster, and Torpedo Roadster. Prices from S1.500 to $1,700. In th MAHATHOX yon R!t all tills. Tor lntdon'tncccptnuriiieresttcment. wo cau convince ou oi us iruiu. We have a catalcjrjo which describes, lu ucuii, i no weaiiu o i:iccnanicai exceu .. c, tlnUU and ilspendiblc utility that character ini the MAUATUON. And it's yours for tho asking. Won't you ask for it t models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring J SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tenn. dis-!jnt- Win-beate- r Stanton College 1 SlJIWRY Kitst'Bottnil. No. 2, OF L. & E. TlryiE TrABLE. Effective .May 'J8, 1011. WeBt-Boun- - Daily. No. 4, Daily. A. M. Station. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. G::)5 Ex-"f-r- l M. 1::j5 2:17 2:35 3:0,1 2:l!l tlvo-gult- Sale. h. ye-n- 3:15 3:21 3:2S 3:47 3:52 4:04 4:25 5:1!) 7:'J0 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 0:00 Stanton, FiUon, CLaY CITY, KofHlyn. Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Iudiun Field, !i:5 ! 8:50 8:05 7:61 7:37 7:10 7:10 7:05 ii-- 4:50 4:37 4:22 4:05 3:50 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 :12 :27 Cumptmi Junction, 0:43' 0:40 11:25 5:25 n:32 0:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 Natural llritlye, Torrent, Reatiy vtllti Jet, O. & K. Junction, . Jxckeon, Quicksand, 0:03 5:10 6:05 pro-iH'- y t: flvo-gaitu- d l flvo-s'Ut- CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will mke connection nt Lexington witlt the L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. Si N. ut Lexington for Cinuinuuti, O. CA.MPTOK JUNCTION: Trains Nor. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make cnu neotion witn Mountain Central Railway to and from Cauipton. HEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Train- - No. 't, 2 and 3 will iiinku with the L. & A. Railway for lleattyvllle. O. & K. JUNCTION: Tralim Nob. 2, 3 and 4 will make connection, with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cminel City, Ky. and O. &.K. stations. CIIAS. SCO'lT, OfciiM Purftoiifpr Apnt. con-necti-