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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 3, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911080301_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.): August 3, 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. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. SI. 00 a Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay City, jthe Surrounding Country and Ourselves. J. B. liurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. Asks Local Option Election. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY What Reciprocitv Does. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. AUGUST 3. J9M. Virden. Willie Curtis is in Clark coun- NO. entire community. HJ Grants mutual free trade in A petition signed by a number these principal articles, hitherto of legal voters of Powell county taxed : was filed with the county court Live stock and poultry. at Stanton Tuesday asking Judge Wheat, rye, oats, barley, buck Hard wick to call a local option wheat, corn, hay, straw. election in this county Sept. 80th Fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, 3911. The election will be called (iriea trims. Dairy products, ecss, honey. by Judge Hard wick at the next Cot ton seed oil and seeds. regular terni of county court Fish of all kinds, frpsh or froz which will be next Monday. The en, and all fish oils. more petition had about 25 Many forms of partly manu indorsers than was necessary to call the election. The committee factured lumber. Fencing wire, coke. in soliciting names thought that Wood pulp and print paper was enough to call the if 25 and typesetting machines. 25 more than tliat Grants important reductions would not hurt. of tariff on these principal arti The greatest precautions are being taken to see that the re- cles: Fresh meats, canned meats and quirements of the law are fulfillpoultry, lard. ed to the letter, thereby shutting Flours and meals. off all probabilities of a contest. Manufactured cereals. The drys are expecting a majoriWagons, plows and all farm ty of from three to four inplements. Roofing materials, cutlery, bells and gongs. The Rev. L. S. Fuller, managmotor Musical instruments, er the Eastern division of the vehicles, boats. League Kentucky. Plate glass, aluminum, finished spoke Sunday morning and at lumber, iron ore, cnnl, cement. Clocks, watches, feathers, night to an interested congregation on the subjest of saloons or leather goods. Peanuts, canned vegetables, no saloons. He inade a most racoudeused milk. tional address all filled with love, pity aud .common There are over 3,000 automo sense. No one could have found biles in Kentucky. Each one a single point brought out by muBt.payyearlyJicetiHe'.h'aVa hirriuponwliialwto make an is mounts to about $o uu per machine or more than $15,000 in the sue. aggregate. This is placed into an accumulative good roads fund, Administrator's Notice. there vet having been no law All persons having accounts passed to apply the money to the the estate of America Curry, roads of the State. One year's deceased, are hereby not i lied to license has been collected and present same to the undersigned the license for another year is proven as tequired by law. Those now due. knowing themselves indebted to Frank Mize, who recently re the estate will save court costs by turned from Osborne, Khs., is a paying promptly. first class plasterer and he offers D. M Curry, Admr. his service to the people of Clay with will annexed of America City and Powell county either by Curry. the day or contract. ,.Anti-Saloo- n rea-'son, . . Selecting and cjaring for Seed Corn Just Received a nice line of 1 Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the young o .1 Clemons, wife of E. B. Clemons, and surrounding coun'I died July 29th. She was taken ) ties to secure an J sick early Saturday morning, at one o'clock she gave birth to education. J a sweet little girl babe, at 11 i l 'J o'clock she passed into eternity. J Mrs. Clemons was a good neighS TeachersCompetent. bor, a christian lady and loved Instruclion-Thorougby all who knew her. She was .married to Mr. Elsberry Clemons Courses Complete. vigoruiL, beating the ear about the 20th of June, 1010. She was Expenses Moderate. to1(r"fWt-- f roatt Je, grouhdi:switk the youngest, daughter of T. B. Ware, being" only about 19 years a good shank1 that gives the ear just enough drop to protect it of age. She had been a member from the rain. Select for two or of the Christian church at this Special attention given in pre-- i three stalks in a hill, according place for five years, during that paring for County and State Ex- as you expect to grow two or time she tried to do her Master's amination. three in a hill. An ear that is will the best she could. She good with one stalk in a hill leaves her husband and little For information; write .o might have been poor in compe babe; a father, mother, three REV. J. C. HANLEY. tition with other stalks in the brothers and three sisters besides 5 hill. See that there are no nub a host of relatives and friends to S President. bin or barren stalks close to the mourn their loss. The bereaved selected plants, as they are gen- ones have tho sympathy of the erally from weak seed, and the selected ear will have been cross fertilized by them. Mark the ears selected by tying a tag to them, and allow them to mature thoroughly. Gather as soon as mature, husk and hang up in a dry, well ventilated place whore there will bo no injury by mice. A very good way to hang corn is to string it up so that the ears do not touch each other, very We carry a full line of Genoral Merchandise and much as boys hang up their pop corn, belect at least twico as are selling the goods to our lurge trado many ears as will bo needed for seed, since many will have to be and they tell us they are discarded as not coming up to the desired type. These points cannot bo determined in the field. h. Every farmajr who expects to plant seed corn next year of his own raising fehould select it in the field this fjtll aud give it the proper care uuring ine winter Everyone who is not growing a variety with good breeding be hind it should get such a variety before another year goes by Once a productive variety is found, seed should be selected from one's owrl field rather than buy seed froin-- distance, as the imported seed is likely to be not so well adapted to local condi tious as the ijomegrown seed In buying new, seed, it is safest to get it from 'a grower of repu tation as near home as possible. Most corn growers select seed from the crib in, the spring; there fore it is not possible to know anything aboit the conditions under which it crew. The whole plant, and notlthe ear is the u nit of selection, f The reasonable way, then, is to. go into the field when the' corn is coming into maturity, and select (rood ears on well developed Stalks of the same maturity, the '.stalk should be. a We should not grieve aft r Grace as those that have no hope, ty on business. for she left a bright hope s O. O. Curtis went to Clay City there's no doubt but ho is restii.fi Tuesday on business. with the blessed Master in tl t is very dry here now a good sweet beyond. The funeral w..:i It rain is badly needed at this time preached at the church Mondi.y corn and other vegetation is suf- at 11 o'clock to a lare crowd bv fering. Rev. M. P. Lowry and the reGreely Snowden bought of Jas. mains were laid in its restii.tf place in the Virden burying Stanhop one milk cow, one ground. The activg pall beare-heifer and two game were Mit Pace, G. W. Everman, hens for $85 50 T. G. Morehead, Mnrry Pace, C. Killes Ware, wife and three C. Curtis and D. C. Morehead. children visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Becca Williams, 'Si near Side View last week. Morris Curtis, wife and two children, of Vaughn's Mill, visited the former's brother, E. D. Curtis Saturday and Sunday. At her home here after a short Offers unexcelled advantage- lo time of suirering Mrs. Grace people of Powell the : two-year-o- ld 1 jStanton College - WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You will be pleased. C. SH1MFESSEL. In the spring before planting time, make a germination test of every ear, and discard all weak ones. Select SO of the finest and strongest ears and shell them plant them in a seed block in a pluce on the farm where they will bo least exposed Then to your neighbor's corn. select the next year's 6eed from this block as directed for selectPlant ach ing in the field. block by using the year a seed This procedure best 50 ears. will improve tho yield and qual ity of your corn. For further information ad Georgo Roberts, dress Agronomist Kentucky Agricul- lurui .cjaijui uncut uuiwuii. D. Dovary, of Log Lick, is in I Saving Money. m You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round pomo day and give our pluco a look through and let us price you som of our good8.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you llvo In Clay City or near our store we will deliver the goods" the city today. THE 1'UIILISIIKU TIMES. KVKUV TIIUUSDAY. SPOUT SPRING. tunc, but would draw $20 per day out of the $1,000 per annum Roscoo Bowmnn hns gone to Dr. Wiley's Heidelberg where he has employwhen ho did work. department was investigated by ment. Attorney General Wickershain, and lie reeotnntendod that Dr. Wiley be permitted to resign. Tito fact of the matter is, the whole affair was trumped up to scare Dr. Wiley into resigning. But those who thought resign have another guess coming to tnem. Dr. Wiley has rendered the greatest, service to this country of any man alive today, and the ell'ort which was made to oust him resulted in letters pouring into the White House by t!'o thousands. This whole a Hair shows how Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dawson, of Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance $'2. 15. Winchester, visited relatives here the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fox,' of Clay City nttended tho Quarterly meeting services at Jackson's Chapel Sunday. ISunjhcr, Publisher. sn'contl-clns's THE Kutered ns until matter. Thursday, August :5, 1011. CLUD HATES. For tin? convenience of our sub-c- i iherH, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Tijik' and Courier-Journ- al Pastor W. P. Fryman assisted the Rev. Mr. Martin, of Winchester, is conducting a revival, meeting nt Jackspn's Chapel. by Cash Grocery Handles every thing m " Cincinnati Enquirer 11 1.00 1.10 it parDO subservient the Republican Louisville Herald is to corrupt, men and measHome and Farm 75 ty 1.00 ures. The food canners of course Irland Farmer " American Farmer 00 will be heavy .contributors to the .Southern Agriculturist 1i Republican campaign next. fund DEHOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator, OL ME 31. JA3IES, of Crittenden county. For Governor .IAS. B. MuCHEAKY, ot Mudixin county. year if Wiley is lired, and Tal't is willing, if public opinion is hushed up. But it cannot be. For Lieutenant Governor E. J. 3IuI)ElJ3IOTT, of .TelTerson county. For Attorney General JA3IES OAliNKTT, of Adair county. For Auditor UENKY 31. HOSWOKTII, of Fayette county. For Trcnsurer THOS. S. HIIEA, of Lopm county. For Secretary of State C. F. OHECEMUS, of I'cudletou county. administrations the last decade, it wouldn't be out of place to look into tilt Roosevolt-Harriinan From the way the colored voters of Clay City are supporting the pending local option contest there is a pronounced discord between them and their candidate for Governor on the "County Unit" plank of the Republican Onlv two of them platform. found who were willing to wej-sign the petition calling for the free. coming local option election. F. J. Cheney & Go., Toledo, O Sold by all druggists, ?5c. During the present auditing Take Hall's Family Pills for con by the Democratic House of the stipution. for Republican Subscribe for the Timep. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ss. Lucas county. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of tho firm of firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Gth day of December, A. D. 188G. A. W Gleason, eM i Notary Public, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in ternally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials Groceries for Cash and in Exchange for Produce. J. W. Williams O episode s For Snpt.of Public Instruction HAKKSDALE HAMI.ETT, of Christian county. For Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals ItOlSEKT L. GHEEXE, of Bracken county. We are authorized to announce 'A. T. lull, of Powell county, for Keiuvsentn-tiv- o from this the 73rd Legislative district, subject to the action of the convention. I railroad king raised $200,000 at Roosevelt's request to s ve New York for the Repub licans in the Roosevelt-I'arke- r campaign. The lust Tho Republicans are literally stand-byup in the air, their props and policies ull shake ojd-tim- The v Ample Capital and Surplus of this bank enables it to its customers e s, the Democratic unheaval Reciprocity has helped Taft of course, but the republicans have always won on protection. Taft has abandoned protection and tho result is a matter of speculation. in 0 at Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY OBI o 2 care for all times. You don't often when you do, AUGUST Cause of the Attack. Unscrupu Ions food ma nu fact which include meat canners of Chicago and elsewhere and vegetable and fruit canners all over the country are anxious to have! Dr. Wiley removed as they have power enoungh with the Republican party to name "their own man" as his successor. They would then have no dilliculty whatever with our Dure food K.fa nu 4l..i. ti.f.il.l tfw.i.t tlx. ft to speak. The Standard Oil s Company and other great do not cure very much what kind of laws we pass because they are the ones, who through our 'residents always name the Judge who nullify the Jaws an i let the Corporations escape lines. The charge against Dr. Wiley is that ho permitted a chemical expert assistant to draw little hu uer silury than was by the law. Uven thi is far fetched. The hw authorizes Dr. Wiley to pay $1,000 a year for nu expert but the fact' expert chemists cannot be had for such So Dr. Wiley price as that. appointed Dr. Rushy of Now Work us his assistant at r)Oi jier year, witli t!ie uinlerManuing that Dr. Rusby would receive $20 per duy for the work that he did it the Itibratory : and under this ii;ittiigeiiieiit he "would not bo walking more than u part ul'tfiu , ur-tir- u A man of poor ability is some times put into oilice and given many favors and much honor on account of his position, while other inon of superior ability could have been placed in the same position. ,aro generally considered inferior to tho The-latte- r need help you want to get it. business The cus- 7,8,9,10,11,12 6 Big Days and Nights 6 wants of our are our firs! tomers cern. con- Why not open that U. S. Marine Band, Daily Concerts Aeroplane Flights Daily by J. A. D. McCurdy account now? former. Ignorance is the trouble. $3,000 High-Class If ono political party would spend all its campaign money in convicting the vote buyers and vote sellers of the other side, and make the announcement be fore the election it might do inoro iroou than to buy votes with the money. Merit and real worth go much further with the voters now Hum in former days when candidates had nothing to do but get on the ballot. Tho man who always attends strictly to his own business is generally the most unpopular man in the neighborhood. HALF Do Greatest CoIt.S.W ia the World Three Other Rich SadJte Hone Stakes a1 i $25,000 IN PREMIUMS Best of all American Horse CLAY CITY Running and Harness Races Daily Skws Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock Com-tallie- NATIONAL BANK. Very Serious It la a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine HERBERT A. ft v.. r.t.tvM EM CARNIVAL COMPANY B y i? uZZSZaEZ KaOasoEn-li'read mill pies the woman is Iuih made tlium from J0UETT SH0USE, Sec'y, Lexingtoa, Ky. : sHOPE & MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, who i, FARE RATES TO FAIR. . I I i not fall to visit the Bluo Grass fair ut Lexington, the week of August One-hal- f Ttli to 12th. fure rates will 1..11V11II ...i nil I'nll.n,..!,, I 1 . .. Liver Memcime ble medicine, for constipation, Indigestion aadliver trouble, is firmly established. It doss not imitate other medicines. It Is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger aalo than all others combined. ' OKDMTOWM y I.;..., afternoon. beKlnnlnc with Tu. day, thero will bo ucronlane (lights by the world renowned aviator, J. A. V. McCurdy. Each afternoon and evening, beginning with Sunday, August 0th, there will bo magnificent band conceits by the renowned U. S. Marble bund from Wusblngton City. Therenutatieaof this old, relia- Hon: Mills' flour. Sucrt'HS in bread or cuko buklnj: is ulwuys sure to follow when you use this high yrado und Srttisfautory Hour, sold everywhere. r Mfg'd by J. ANDREW ' CAIN, Versailles, Ky. THE AN ALL TIMES. PAPER HOME-MAD- E Mrs. Lou Groves, who for some Good time to kill bushes, time has been with her dy lighter, weeds and briars. We would Mrs. J. R. McDannll, nt Warsaw, like to see every pasture in Powis visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. ell county made clean this fall so M. Kenuon. as to give grass an opportunity to grow where it. can grow. Home grown water melons Fight Like Tigers. LOCAL BREVITIES. have been on the market for a In lighting to keep the blood pure week or more. This is at least THUUSDA Y, .... August :i, Il1 J. ten days earlier than usual for white corpuscles attack disease Hut oft'.n germs germs like tigers. them to begin coming in. .fames B. Hull, of Lexington, multiply so fast the little fighters Accused of Stealing. was in the city yesterday. are overcome. Then see pimples, E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton boils, eczema, Gran Ilackwortli was in and sores Me. boldly accuses lJuuklcn's Ar the first of the week on nica multiply and strength and appetite Salve of stealing the sting business. fail. This condition demands from hums or scalds the pain Hitters to regulate stomach, 11. L. Duniel, of Winchester, from sores of all kinds the distress liver hnd kidneys and to expel poispent a lew days with friends from boils or piles. "It robs cuts, sons from the blood. They are the corns, bruises, sprains and injuries here this w eek. best blood purifier," writes '. T of their terror,'' he says, "as a Mr. and Mrs J. II. Dawson, of Budahn, of Traey, Calif., "I have healing remedy its equal don't ex ever found." They make rich, red Winchester, visited relatives in Only 2nc at bwann-Daist.' blood, strong nerves and build up the city Friday and Saturday. Lumber Co.'s store. your health. Try them. 50c at Joe Jewell will move this week Lumber Co.'s store. At Covington last Tuesday the Swann-Dato Jackson where he assumes the Rev. W. II. Childers and his duties of car inspector for the L. wife celebrated their golden wed- A-- K. ding. The Rev. Mr. Childers is Dr. Alfonso Aratus, of Cincin- a preacher in the (Northern) nati, O., is taking his annual Methodist church and was pastor outing in camp across the river of the churches of that faith in near the old dam. this county some thirty years He is well remembered by Broken lines of Ladies' and Missmost of our older people. the es' shoes at 81 and 7oc a pair. Just "I bny my groceries at Thirty Years Together. right for school and every day " Thirty years of association-thin- k Mrs. J. W. Williams. wear. How the merit of a good of it. D. M. Curry, of Nicholas counthing stands out in thrft time or FRUIT and SHADE I ty, spent a few days the last of the worthleesness of a bud one. So j the week with relatives in the there's no guesswork in this evi city. dence of Tims, Ariss, Concord, TLAXTS. KTRAWBKRRY j ,4I have used Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Estes,iof Mich , who write: Dr. King's New Discovery for 2J0 Asparagus, Blackberries, Hardwick's Creek, spent SaturRaspberries, Roses, Rhu- - s day night and Sunday with their years, and its the best cough and Once it cold cure 1 ever used." barb, etc. daughter, Mrs. Carl Garrett near finds entrance into a home you this city. ? Write for free catalogue. can't pry it out. Many families We have no agent6. i B. J. Mathews, of Slade, has have used it forty years. It's the entered the race for Representa- most infallible throat and lung H. F. HlUenmeyer This medicine on earth. Unequaled for tive from this district. 'Sons, makes three candidates in the lagrippej asthma, hay fever, croup, KY. Republican field seeking Legis- quinsy or sore lungs. Price 50c, $1 LEXINGTON, lative honors. by Trial bottle free. Guaranteed Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. The election of school trustees Heat-tyvill- o salt-rheum ill e&0 Honored by Women When a woman sprqks of her silent nee ret suffering she trusts you. Millions have bestowed this mark of confidence on Dr. It. V. Pi'ernc, of Buffalo, N. Y. Eery-wher- e there arc women who hear witness to the wonderworking, curlng-powc- r if Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex from fiaht, and successfully grapples with woman's weak hit; nesses and stubborn Ills. IT MAKES WEAK WON EN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence misplaced when she rnte for advice, to t'ie Wohlo's Dispensary iMmjicai. Association, Dr. It. V. Pierce, President, Ruffalo, N. V. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day. v Buy y Farm Implements, and o. Plows, Harrows, Cultivators FROM- TREES. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. y will take place in each school President Taft has been invit district Saturday. This is one of ed to attend the reunion of Ma i CAPITAL STOCK. S100.000 f the most important elections that sons at Louisville which takes' i SUHPLUS AND Ulf- i Z'. DIVIDED 17ROKITS, lOO.OOO 3 we havK to hold and should bring place next June. out the vote of every man quuli-lied Cut-Pric- e to vote. Good rains have relieved the drouth in the western portion of the State, but in the central porWe tion it remains very dry. imI a fine shower in and about Clay City Tuesday but hardly to do much soori. 1 WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. TUB A corps of railroad surveyors are surveying a line from Winchester to Irvine without any announcement being'made of its intentions. It prohably means the building of a now road. This road has been surveyed once before and considerable work done on the road later about nine miles from this city. A Mr. Hancock Tho Woman's department of the V, Blue Grass fair, which will be held at WlNCIISTKH, lY. UV Lexington the week of August 7th to 12th, Is moro extensive and Important this year than ever before. The pre- g; N. IIULtY WmiEKHI'OON, rillM, Jj mium list bus been Improved ana en-- ' L; W. K. Ki'iiah. Camiiur. ;i larged and classes are offered which cover specifically almost every kind of women's work and table luxury. UJ YOUR ACCOUNTS HOUOITKI) U To this department is given up tho en-3 tiro third floor of tho large Floral hall. $ On the second floor of the building are attractive booths utilized by Lexington merchants for the display of their wares. Ab for two years past, the Floral hall will bo under the direction and management of Mr. G. Norton Sliarpe. it promises to be more attractive from every standpoint this year thwu ever before. 5 Jeweler. J 1 Winchester Bank. CLEARANCE SALE. If you are interested in saving money, take .Advantage of this sale. Our loss will be your gain. The following lines will go in this sale: Men's and lioys' Clothing, Women's .Misses' and Children's low cut Shoes, Millinery goods, all Summer Dress Cloods, Men's and Hoys' Hats, Women's and Mis-Neckwear, Sew ing Machines, &c.t &i: The following vi!l give you an idea of the prices we will make in this sale : e' HARDWICK and CO. i j.p.riAUPPiisu Watchmaker MillikanBusiness School All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. . Line of Lexington, Ky. representing a sevcollecting agency was here eral days this and last week and BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. got some considerable business. There will be some mad people This school has turned out hunsoon hut then you will get over dreds of men and women who it and feel much Wetter if you aro suceessps. It will make will pay all your debts. Would a success of you. be better that all persons pay. without having to be subjected Wiite for Catalogue. to such unwholesome - MEN'S $21.00 suits for 18.00 suits for 16.50 suits for SUITS. $14.00 suits for Jewelry & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY. $14.00 12.00 11.00 $9.00 7.50 f Call and see me in River Hotel Building CLAY CITY, tS.OO 12.50 suits fcr 8.50 suits for 4.50 Boys' Suits as Follows: , suits for 84..10. 85.00 suits for U.OO. 4 CO suits for SJ.fiC. low cut shoes as folsuits for $1 25. 2.00 suits for 1.10 Women's 00 ones at U 00. IJ.50 ones at 'l.oti. 815.00 ones at 'i.'io. lows : 2.50onesat 1.75. In the cheaper grade of low cuts forWomen, Misses' and Children the prices are cut the same per cent. $00.00 Sewing Machines at 22.50. 825. 00 Sewing Machines at 817.50. If you are in need of a buggy, it will pay you to see our lino We are and get our prices, for we can save you money on them. sole agents for both Fish Iiros. and Mitohell wagons, and can . ulso 6ave you money on them. 2,-ir- methods as :i are usually A KIiik resorted to by the - . collection agencies. Who Left Home world to tnlkimr, tint Paul set the Maihalku, of Buffalo, N. Y. says he u ways keep at home the king of Dr. King's New Life all laxatives hikI that they're a Messing I'M to all his family. Cure constitu- rj WOOL IDESandFJ sisjPsstei. fMUttic siy bus is tain ilk. Wt tmtUk wool em net a w wyfcr. miumftmm. N. SAKL ft SONS VmbOk, It. Ut m tfcu sjttts WE BUY Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous proctiatioa' and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. intuit tion, headache, indigestion, pepsia. Only 2fio at Swnnn-I)nL inilier Co.'s stoie dysy MlllWI MTthtlll. it ia the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEYfLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i A Suggestion. If the people of Kentucky will AEROPLANE FLiuHTS BY BIRD make both political parties pledge themselves to the improvement, 6JEN AT LEXING.un FAIR of the roads oDheStato nnd then make the party that wins in November stand up to that pledge, Flights Will Begin on Tuesday and Several Will be Made the people will have won a victory worthy of their eiFort. by J. A. D. McCurdy Each Day Over Lexington Build tip the schools of the State and improve the highways and Kentucky will forgo ahead rapidly. Warsaw Leader. Sir IJenry Maine is credited j with the fid owing political epigram: The King of England reigns but does not govern." Tho president of tho United States governs but does not reign. Tho President of France docs I Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for ono medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK-DRAUGHT Farm For Sale. 100 ncren two miles from Clay City on Mt. Sterling road. Fair improvements. A hurgin for some one. J. V. Ballard. Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, relia ble medicine, lor constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firm- ly established. It docs not Imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Shingles for Sale. Black oak and pine at 82.50 and Horse Stock For Sale. 62.25 per thousand at mill. r old mares, one Two Davis fe Burgher, maro and one two Vaughn's Mill, Ky. yenr old mule. G. W. Mcintosh. Commissioner's Sale. Spom Spring, Ky. Powell Circuit Court. five-yeueight-year-ol- d Route 7. Wincester, Ky. Shinifesst'l & Woldron, Plaintiffs, versus Eveline Wanton, &o:, Defendants. Notice of sale in equity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren dered nt the June Term, 1011, thereof, in the above cause the under-signt- d will on the 7th day of Aug. luii, at 1 o'cioeK r. m., or thereabout, Aeroplane Flight of J. A. D McCurdy Over the Rocky Mountain in Court Day), I will, pro-ee- d io. w Colorado. to offer for sale nt Public uotion to the highest bidder, on a Outstanding In Importance among any of the foreign monoplanes. With the amusement features arranged for it McCurdy can easily attain seventy' red it of six months, at the Court Mies hi? Blue Orr.33 fair which will he five Qille3 an hour. With such a ma- I'Mno door, Stanton, Ky., the prop- iy inciitioneu in tne juugmcnt, to- a Lexington 'he weok of August chine ho will give demonstrations at Tth to 12th, aro the dally aeroplane the Bluo Grass fair that will bo not Located on the waters of Red Kiver, llfshts to bt fr'on by the world famous only thrilling to the spectator, but ot very great educational value as well. first tract beginning at the corner of ivlator, Mr. J. A. D. McCurdy. No other modern science Is the subBeginning Tuesday, August 8th, the lot No. 1 on the bank of Ued Kiver at ject of ?o much Interest as the second day of the fair, Mr. McCurdy water burch and elm, thence S. 80, W. effort to perfect aerial navigation. will make several flights each day. Co poles to a stake, thence S. 03 W. 121 Among thoso engaged in this work, He will attain an altitude of more than Polesto n stake corner to lot No. 1; .Mr. McCurdy holds a foremost place. a mile and will remain in the air from thence S. 13.23 W. 20.33 poles to a stake I he feats which he has already ac- thirty to forty minutes. On August complished have given him a reputa- 8th he will also make a flight from the thence N. 70 E. 121 Polesto a stake; tion that Is not confined to the Anier- - rounds of the Blue Grass Fair asso- thence N. 71 E. 57 poles to two water .an continent, but extends through- ciation in Lexington to Winchester, burches, on the bank of lied Kiver, out the world. A nephew of Dr. Alex-a-ni- the county seat of Clark county, eigh- thence down the river to beginning, Graham Bell, Inventor of the teen miles distant. There he will containing about 27.0 acres and being '".i Telephone, Mr. McCurdy has been alight for a few minutes to carry a the same land conveyed to defendants, ;'Ured all his life in the closest touch communication from the officials of decendnut by,J. M. Kennon and wife. vith forTtost scientific Investigation, the Blue Grass fair to tho mayor of Second tract is one-sixinterest in ma- Winchester, and, when an answer is a 31 his work with heavler-than-achines has done much fur the devel- received, will come Immediately back the land conveyed to Annie V. Kussell opment of the science of navigation. to the Blue Grass fair grounds. The Jby O. F. Spencer, commissioner, bePerhaps best known among his ac- round try, Including the stop at Win ginning at the corner of lot No. 2 at complishments along this line Is the Chester, will be made in less than an two wnter burches, on the right bank Itimiit made last winter from Tampa to hour and a half. This trip will not of Ked Kiver; thence S. 71 W. 57 poles ; Havana. It was the longest water only prove tho speed of the McCurdy thence 8. 70 W.-lij-O poles, comer to lot :ixiit in the history of aviation and machine, but It will also show the prao No. 2 ; thenco N. 13.2.r W. 20$ poles, loved beyond peradventure the abso- tlcal uses to which modern air craft corner to lot No. 4; thence with line lute practicability of the aeroplane. In of the best type can be put. N. 07 E. 121 poles, N. 70.5 E. ; .liition Mr. MoCurdy was the first Tho management of the Blue Grass 'i..m to send a wireless message from fair anticipates that these aeroplane 65 poles to a wnter burch on the bank flights alone will be considered by the of Kcd Kiver; thenco down the river is'i aeroplane, and he has made other experiments and flights people of Central Kentucky well worth to tiie beginning containing 27 acres t have not only been spectacular, the price of admission and will draw and being tiie same land conveyed to t bave been of large service in the to the grounds crowds the deceased Tlios. Blanton by Auiu G. 'Ivancement of 'the science to which The flights will be arranged at such Russell or so much thereof as may be - has devoted bis life. Ithours throughout the day that they Formerly connected with the Glenn can be witnessed by all. Those who necessary to satisfy the Plainti It's debt, M. Curtlss Co., Mr. McCurdy has now come from a distance and are com' interest and cost, or "sufficient thereof 220.25, so Ordered to be n powerful organization of his own pelled to take early afternoon trains to produce ii".il is building his own machine. He will have the opportunity to see thuse made. ii. using the world famous Gnome mo-t"- flights before being compelled to leave. The purchaser will bo required to The fastest and most powerful of all give bond, with approved security, for which holds all records In aviation tor distance, duration, speed and alti- American aeroplanes directed by the tho puyment of the purchase money, tude. Tho speed of the new McCurdy most skillful of American aviators Is to have the force and effect of n Remachine, which will be shown to the the attraction that will be oifered dur- plevin Bond, bearing legal interest American people for the first time at ing the week of the Bluo Grass fair, from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply tne Blue Oraa fair. Is equal to tint of August 7th to 12th. A lien will be rewith these terms. tained on tliu land sold till all the purprevent his having here bis full aggre- chase money is pa'd. CARNIVAL FEATURES gation. Bond i.avable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Thero are some eighteen shows and riding devices in the lot which Kline Master Com'r Powell C. C. Splendid List of Shows Hat Been Se- brings. Among them may be mentioncured For the Blue Grass Fair. ed the Trained Wild Animal show, thr Indian Village, the Ostrich Farm, the A splendid last of shows, carnival Flea Circus, the Dog and Monkey hofeatures and riding devices has been tel, the Diving Girls, tho Zoo, the Perarranged for tho big Blue Grass fair severance, Bonlta the educated horse, equal merit. at Lexington, tho week ot AugUBt 7th and various others of on the Blue These shows will te to 12th. All of these are furnished by Grass fair grounds throughout the Mr. Herbert A. Kline, of Flint. Mich., wrtk of the fair. All of them are und are under his personal direction clean, moral, and entirely free from ;nd management. No other man in objectionable features. Any lady or the country today hus such a reputa- any child will be safe in visiting them tion or standing along his own partic- unattended. They will prove one of ular lino as has Mr. Kline. He knows the Interesting amusoment features of v. hat tho people want and he always the fair. ;hcs It to them. The fact that year after yoir ho hus gone back to the THE POULTRY SHOW reat state fairs of the north nnd west I the surest proof of the manner in Tho poultry show at the Diuo Grass v lilch ho satisfies his patrons. .Mr. K lno lias this yenr"hot only the fair the week of Augiut 7th to 12th Ust aggregation of shows which he1 Is going to he a feature of outstandl.us ovur managed, but the best that ing Importance. A classification env wre over put together on cno ground, bodying prizes for 2C8 different classe '.ter tho close of the big Winnipeg of poultry and pigeons hits Leon open '.position at Winnipeg, Canada, on ed and every Indication points to r entry list. Mr. S. 11 July 22nd, ho goes to tlie North of Splceland, Ind., has consent Sluto fair for tin week of July the poultry. 2th and then use. the Intervening ed to JudgeLexington, will Dr. C. v.ek to ship to Lexington so as to be Trapp, of The show Is beingJudgo th managec to open at tho Blue Grass fair pigeons. nu Monday, August 7tli. Due to h by men who have been prominent Ir atrlko cn the Griiud Trunk railroad a Blue Grass Poultry association, wh.t nimler of Mr. Klliio' shows, which are thoroughly In touch with poultrj v to itppour at thu UIud Grass fair conditions throughout the south an! Isat year, did not iturh Lexington. So who feel sure of being able to brlnt to the Blue Grass fair such an entrj !a ytur ho U tnkliiu every precnu-i...to sec tlut ample time Is allowed list as will make a most creditablo anc t "Moment ud to provide ugttiust desirable show. j.jiible 1111111111 that would II ' v. a'.,.,: SStJf'ii Not Simply a 1..-- Now is the time of year when yotfare be- - "In tho MARATHON yon get all this. Klnnlns to think of tho car jou Intend Bat iton't accept oarraereetatoment. For buying ftemcmber. when yon bay. that the abso- - wo can convince you of tU truth. l55ShiH In j2rtnnJdf?&miU& We have a catalog "hlch describe,. In 'lef not lSFa, detail, the wealih ot mechanical excellence. When you buy, buy not simply a car- .but car service. Buy correct dcslKn, accnr- ate construction and good materials. Buy sound motor car value. MARATHON models Include Torpedo Carlrat Car Service - lfi twzwsjr .r" f1ce:w0ayuum'th4tcbarac,crjA R'a yours for the acklns. to-da- y won't you oak for It I Touring Car, Fore Door Tonrlno Car. Standard Tourlnsi Car ana Monaster, ana iorpeao Roadster. Prices from $1,500 to S1.700. SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tcnn. SlJIWRY Eaat-Boun- OF L. & E. TlflE TflSLE. West-Boun- EtFective May 28, 1911. No. 4, Daily. A. M. No. 2, Daily. P. M. 1:35 2:17 2:35 2:40 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:04 4:25 5:19 5:25 Stations. No. 1, Daily A. M. No. a, Daily. P. M. 5:35 th lr record-breakin- g 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 9:00 9:05 9:12 9:27 v9:32 9:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Campton Jnnctton, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & K. Junction, Jackson, Quicksand, ' 8:50 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 6:59 0:43 6:40 0:25 '0:03 5:10 5:05 4:50 4:37 4:22 4:05 3:56 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make connection at Lexington with the L. Sc. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nop. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make connection with the L. As A. Railway for Beattyville. O. & K." I UNCTION: Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and O. stations. CIIAS. SCOTT, GenM Passenger Agent. rMMMM Are You a Woman TAKE f JCl i t I record-breakin- Da-1.4- a ARDUI The Woman's Tonic MfltllHIIIIIIIHHItlHiHIimilllll