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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 4, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912070401_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 4, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $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 Ad vane;. We are here to help Clay City, the Snrronoding Coantry and Ourselves. I. E. Hurghur. I'utilbhir. ' VOL. XVII. Powell County Crops. CLAY CITY. KY4THURSDAY, .JULY 4, 1912. NO. L'7 Postofflc Department after Us. Fudernl purveys ench contributing to the cost of the lield work. Washington, July I, 11)12. The scale is 1 : (12,51)0, or approximately one mile to 1 inch, Publisher ofjXMay City Times, and the contour interval is 20 Clav City, Kentucky. feet. Every physical character- Sir: $ our neighbor Bluegrass counties, istic of the area is shown by the Your attention is invited to and there are not a hnlf dozen brown contour lines, which ramparagraph section 4Ii(, farms in the county but what one ify in every direction. These of the Postal Laws and Regulacrop grown on the land will pay lines indicate the approximate tions, appearing in the Decemthe cost of same. By this we altitute of every acre in the ber, 1011, Postal Guide, reading mean that if all the cleared poor county. They show graphically as follows: laud be put in peas and all the every hill and valley, peak and ''The right of publishers to ex best land put in corn and the slope. Every river, stream, and tend in goodjfaith credit on subsime well tilled and cared for, swamp is depicted on the map, scriptions isrecognized and will the money these crops will bring all the works of man the rail- not be abridged, and although will pay for the lane. Can you roads, trolley lines, wagon roads, all subscriptions are regarded as find land that will do this in our bridges, houses, churches, expiring wih the period for Bluegrass counties where so many and reservoirs are shown which they Vere obtained, nevof our best farmers are moving in their exact relative positions ertheless in nler to give an opto each year? Those who con- to other and to the natural fea- portunity to secure renewals, template a move from this coun- tures of the country. Even the copies of their publications will ty should first study well the difference between matuled roads be accepted for mailing as to merits and productiveness of our and ordinary turnpikes is indi- subscribers at the usual second-clas- s though cated. own much neglected, rates of postage for a period really valuable land before de When it is recognized that ev- of one year from the date of exciding to make a change of any ery man lives on a farm can lopiration; but copies sent to perkind. cate his farmhouse on this com- sons after one vearfrom the date map with of the expiration; but copies paratively small-scalNew Kind of Topographic Map. to adjoining sent to persons after one year exact reference The United States Geological faimhouses or to the natural feaSurvey is making a great topo- tures of the county, such as from the date of the expiration 8uW'riprinst unless graphic map of the United States. streams or hills, as portrayed by of their such subscriptions be expressly More than 2,000 atlas sheets have the tine hairlike countour lines, been issued, showing nearly 40 it can be seen that the map is a renewed fojw a definite time, within actual payment of per cent, of the surface of the high product of the art of the surveyor, the engraver, and the subscriptiohvtir a bona fide prom- country. These sheets represent The map areas bounded by parallels of map printer. incheB,and is is 80 yy ot payment, will not do inches by 27 JUtttft4;ffleiiftQ;.QOQPgk '' tude and for 'most engineering gin are shown 28 conventional wTll be accepted at tire tran rate of one purposes are entirely adequate. signs, also printed in colors, by sient second-clas- s each four ounces or fracHowever, a strong demand has aid of which every feature shown cent for grown up for topographic maps on the map can be readily inter- tion thereof, prepaid by stamps affixed." printed by county units, and to preted. The Jelt'erson County maps are The purpose of this regulation meet this popular demand ' the sold by the Geological Survey at is to give publishers a reasonable Survey has just issued its first the nominal price of 20 cents a county topographic map. Jefl'er-so- n copy, or at the wholesale rate of opportunity to Becure renewals of County, Ky., was selected 12 cents, if at least $3 worth are subscriptions, and at the same time relieve the postal service of for the experiment, and this map purchased. of carrying copies of is now ready for distribution. A 'gusher," producing 200 bar- the burden publications as to subscribers at The area was surveyed in rels of oil a day, wa"fc brought in rates of with the Kentucky Geo- at Hartford, Ohio county Tues- the usual second-clas- s postage to persons who are not logical Survey, the State and the day . such in fact. In order that the Deparment may ascertain whether the regulation is being uniformly complied with, you are requested to furnish, with reeard to the circulation of the next issue of your Talk about Powell county farm lands, the .wheat crops, in this county from what we can learn will average more bushels per acre than will the crops of either Darlingsville. first, of Wilson and Marshall Nominated. Zeke Conner was very sick the the week. Miss Li Hie Bonne, of Stanton, has been selected ns teacher for if. I school-house- s, e Gov. Thos. II. Marshall, of Indiana, was given the nomination for Vice President at th conclusion of the second ballot. The platform was adopted ind the convention adjourned ?ino du An efl'ort to have Speaker CI a r i stand for the vice pr'idenr failed. In a statement siven tii . he announced his support of t Ii J. W. Tuttle bought of Frank- ticket and declared thitheln-- t lin Morgison one young mare for the nomination for the presidency through the Col. W:n. s 150. Bryan. Miss Lnla Wood, of Lexington, is here visiting her parents and at the Baptist church Sund.iv sisters. inoriiiiiir. Elder P. N. Taylor, of Winston Miss Rertha Dawson, of Wii preached at Kimbrell Chapel last Chester, si visiting her auut, Sunday afternoon at :!30 o'clock. Mrs. II. F. Christopher and Mr-Mrs. Lena Sinithers and chil- Lloyd Todd. dren, of Lexington, are visiting Moses McKinney sustained i Stnithers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. bad sprain of an ankle and is now C. M. Woods this week. hobbling on a crutch. Ilis physiSunday school was organized cian says he will have to be paat Kimbrell Chapel last Sunday tient for several days as it was with J. D. Cottman Superintend- a bad sprain and takes quite for it to heal. ent and Mrs. W. G. Patrick sec- the school here and will begin next Monday, the 8th of July. The membership of Powell's Valley Baptist church will hold a business meeting Saturday at which time the church will call a pastor. Every member is urged to be present at this meeting. Governor Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey, was chosen on the forty-sixtballot by the Democratic National Convention Tuesday to make the race for President. Early yesterday morning, h Kimbrell ( Joe-ning- -- 5$ . retary. Reed-McCaule- y. print-etf'itiSthr- Fanny Reed and Mr. HarSROUT-SPRIN- Qi , ry CcOauley both' of' Cynthiana? Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rupard, were married at the home of th of Clark county, visited Mr. and bride's mother in that city Wednesday, June '27th. Mrs. Asa Barnctt last week. The bride is the daughter of The mail has again been changthe late Joel F. Reed, formerly ed back to the morning. Thomof this county, and is a niece of as Snowden is the new mail rid- C. Shimfessel of this city. She er. has frequently her covElder P. N. Taylor, of Wins- ins, the Misses Shimfessel of tin city and is well known here ton, delivered a splendid sermon w here she has made man v friends. Miss cnw-vvirrT. WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Spring Millinery the newest styles and lowest prices. Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and publication, the information Just received from the city which combines asked on the reverse side of this sheet, sending it under cover of the inclosed envelope, which requires no postage. are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fusl coil in order Respectfully, James J. Brit t, Third Assistant Postmaster General. they are to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. f Hres your opportunity to First come, first save some; served. I money. SHIMFESSEL' S. the above letter, that our subscribers may know that wo are not trying to deceive them. We will in thirty days comply to the letter of the law, and remove from our list every subscriber who owes for more than twelve months subscription. We are not afraid to credit them but "Uncle Sam" says wo cannot and we will not Subscribers are on our books who owe us for four or more years. These subscribers will pay some time and we would gladly send them the paper until convenient to do so, but submitting to the will of the postolfice department, we will stop the paper now goiug to all who owe for more than one year. Wo publish which is ory, 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 prico you some of our goods. They willopen your eyeetoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our Btore we will "deliver the goods" wit THE TIMES. PUBLISHED VEUY THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance $2. J E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s mall matter. Thursday, July 4, 1912. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and u Cincinnati Enquirer Courier-Journ- al $1.00 " " 1.10 90 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 1.00 Inland Farmer 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 DAY THOUGHTS. INDEPENDENCE The Times feels it a duty to confront every hoy who is inclined to be wayward, only through a youthfulandfiekleidea, with some thoughts of temprance. It is, a custom it seems, for boys when they congregate at a picnic gathering in Clay City to tap, at first lightly then later, probably, heavily, of liquor, which is evidently the greatest enemy of both soul and body. Heretofore, there has been no efGort made to hinder these precious youths from taking the first step into the door of degregation. Our admoni tion is in text, "Beware of the first drink." Today is the last Independence day that liquor will be sold in Olay City legally. Celebrations hareafter must be made minus the serpent generator. This be ing the caso let us try to cele brate the day in a peaceful,"'80'ber and honorable manner, en joying ourselves to the full as God who made us would have us do. Enjoyment actuated by harmless indigencies- - and inno cent sports is surely notdispleas ing to the One who created us all. Let us by our acts today prove to the world that Clay City intends to make a sober, quiet and orderly town, fully deter mined to have what we do have in a peaceful and happy man ner. "Give me liberty or give me death" said Patrick Henry, but the liberty the old statesman was talking about then was very dif ferent to the "personal liberty" that is talked about now on this the glorious day of liberty. Free dom from the thirst of alcohol is ten thousand times more to be desired than the freedom aud liberty that Patrick Henry spoke of and the freedom for which he was willing to sacrifice his life. Money cannot be wisely spent iri the saloon, nor is it a house in which you may gain knowledge. Neither do those seeking peace and happiness enter over the threshold to the bar. Profit by your going therein all belongs to the vender of the stun" that will, if persistently indulged in, do 6troy both soul and body. "Be ware of the first drink" of today, if not of your life. Boys, if y( u can attend the picnic in Clay City today aud have courago enough in your heart and tou) to stay out of the saloon, aud not elsewhere take u drink, you have established one step of manhood in the pathway of your life. fl'li" ;vri's ontor into thv - the United States. Bryan's stamp select the former than the latter, of approval alone is sufficient ev- for in thiB case it will then ojjly hama idence of his worth. community in which he livess Wilson's nomination was not well. . caused altogether because the Courier-Journa- l fought him so We heard a Democrat say the hard though that had a great other day he had but one objecdeal to do with it. The Times is tion to the nominee for President sure he would have been defeat- and that was he bore the same ed, however, had it nof. have been name as the lamentable Gov. A. for what the Courier Journal did E. Willson of Kentucky. to him before the convention and what Bryan did for him at the Floyd Byrd, the noted and successful practicing attorney convention. seems to have found in Lexing Governor McCreary wanted to ton a much richer field for his go to Baltimore uninstructed line of practice than Breathitt that Kentucky's delegation could county ever was. vote for Clark so long as it was sure Bryan is a "Stand-pat- " advisable to do so then change to some other candidate. But as as you are born for if he had not a the instructions were forced up on him he stood to their binding till the last ballot was taken. The name "Stonewall" is now A great fertilizer, and a hardy applicable to our much beloved vigorous forage plant for nay and Governor. paxture. Will grow in any soil, aird-not- TheRepublican campaign fund in from your heart the spirit of life". "No drunkard shall 1908 amounted to 81,005.518.27. enter into the kingdom of heav- The Democratic fund was The Republicans had more en." Bible. than a million inexcess of the DemBefore you net, stop twice to ocrats. think : The number who contributed to "Boware of the first drink" the Repuolican fund was 12,230, Don't begin this 4th of July fund, 74,000, What'll make mother, wife and to the Democratic In other words, the number of and sister weep and cry. contributors to the Democratic fund The fancied joy you may get was six times greater, and their from a drink today is counter- contributions amounted to a million balanced by deep distress in the dollars less. The contributors to heart of your mother, your fath- the Republican fund, as a rule, er, your sister and your sweet- were interested in legislation, the heart. It may make you and the money coming from such men as devil 8milebut is the smile worth J. Pierpont Morgan, Chrrles P. its cost? Taft. Carnegie, Charles M. Schaub, If you can't "Beware of the John Jacob Astor and the heads of first drink" of your life you can the various woolen mills who desirbeware of the first drink of to- ed the passage of the law. together with donations day. If this is your case you can from the Wall Btreet banks, raildo right and do no more. road magnfts, and individuals repThey will tell you today, "One resenting the tariff trusts. drink can't hurt you". Then The contributors to the Demoreply "One drink too much will" cratic fund were not personally inand the first drink is always one terested in legislation. drink too much. The contributions to the RepubDoes a drunken man celebrate lican fund ranged from $110,000 the 4th of July or the red liquor downward, while contributihns to that "drowns his troubles" and the Democratic fund ranged from straves his wife and children? $5,000 downward. Boys, remember the IndependLieutenant Governor McDer-rno- tt ence day to keep it wholly from had his first experience last the saloon. week acting as Governor in the Woodrow Wilson is our man absence of Gov. McCreary at the and has been all the time as a Baltimore convention. McCreachoice between him and any oth- ry is making the best Governor er candidate in the field, Under- Kentucky ever had. He stays at wood excepted. Kentucky how- his office and is always ready to ever was so wild over Clark that perform his duty. it was hardly safe to mention Indolence may choose poverty Wilson. We can support the as a companion or it may choose nominee with the greatest degree of satisfaction. We believe he rascality and wealth. Of the two it is better for the individual to will be the next President of "e-tern- stood pat Wilson would havo neen nominated. never $620,-044.2- 7. it," "Prohibition docs not prohibsays tho whiskey gang. Well, does tho law against selling to minors prohibit? does the law against, selling on Sunday prohibit? Does the law against carrying liquor into other local option territory prohibit? The liquor laws are violated in wet territory ten times to where they are violated in local option territory once and every body knows it. There is not a law in the land today but what is violated, but must wo repeal all laws that are violated? Farm and Stock of (loods For Sale. I offer for private sale my farm of 70 acres which has on it dwelling, barns, and other necessary outbuildings. The same is well watered and well fenced, close to churches and school. Also my stock of goods at Spout Spring. A good stand and postoffice in building, A bargain for some one. Call on T. S. McKinney, Spout Spring, Ky. It is astonishing to now see how many original Wilson men there were from the start. State of Ohio, City of Toledo,-) ss. Payne-Ald-ric- h Lucas County. ) Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the 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 bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Gth day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, (seal; Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on and mucous surfaces of Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. the-bloo- . Clearance Sale OF SUMMER GOODS Every thing in Lawns, Every-thing in Summer Hosiery, ' Every thing in Summer Underwear, Every thing in Silk Petticoats, Every thing in Millinery, Large line of Laces and Embroideries, Every thing in Ribbons, Large line of Summer Silks, Every thing in Muslin Underwear, Every thing in Dressing Sacks, Every thing in Kimonas, Odds and Ends in Corsets, . Every thing in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers, Every thing in Boys' Suits and Odd Pants, Every thing in Straw Mattings, and many things that we can't name in small ad. like this and you will be delighted when you have examined this line of things. Making room for Fall and Winter Goods. SWEET CLOVER The motto of the Colonel's new party is "Thou shalt not Prices corn at steal." There is no need to steal of seed, the last cultivation. grow it and circular how to if all persous had the coin that sent on request. the Colonel had in his race. They BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. can buy and pay cash. liox UJ. even in rocky places. Can be sown with spring oats, or sown alone in Mav for meadow, and sown in with Mrs. J. W. Williams. Come to Clay City to the 4th of July Celebration, and also to of the splendid bargains you will find at our store.. e GOOD METHODS, FACILITIES and UnPfl USE 11 JJ VI rh MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of flour with thin housewife who loves good homemade breud when she uses the ' TREATMENT YOU will find them all at the attradt CUSTOMERS. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK PEARL flour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around flour-othe murket and gives your breud' that tempting and delicious flavor that always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the PEARL flour. n fil l; MV, .VIl.ill.uc'l' it If liHUl : which is seeking YOUR bank accbunt. ftade, by J, ANDREW . 'CAIN, Versailles, Ky;. THE A HUM IS-- times: M A DE PAl'ER.' JULY 4,...1013. THURSDAY, - LOCAL BREVITIES: 0. Shinifessel andJT. J. Kirk were in Irvine Monday. ft Henry White, of Norwood, 0 liio, is vith friends in the oity. W.T. Wood, qf Wi,nchestqr wasjiere a few; .days this week. Mis!s Faiihie Mize, of Quick sa'nd.'is visiting relatives in Hie ' city. i" Georse Tomlinson, diester, of Win was observed in the city Saturday. If. W. F. 8r P Ms Williams is attending Circuit Court now in session a about tljis result.. - Beattyville. Insect Bite Costs Leg. Mrs. Maud Moore, of Sardis A Boston man lost his leg from Miss.,is visiting 4ier parents, Mr the bite of an insect two yvat's beand Mrs. Feto"Thillips1 anU otn fore. To avert such- calamities er1 r'elativesTin the! city. ftora stings and bites-o- 'insects use Bucklert's Arnica 'Sa1fva promptly Jlave you'goi"'yonr individual drjpking.cup yef? If oU start tb kill the poison qnd pr$;vnt swelling 'and pain. oil without one you win get piet Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, ecty dry before you get back f We are a dav early this week. Garden truck was never more this in order to be able plcntyful at this time of the to receive our callers on the ltli year than now.and to see how one feels to be ' flail Carriers Will Fly. of time. This is an age of great discoverIn liis charge to the grand jury, ies. Progress .rides on the air. Cirjiuit .Judge,-- Ch nrJes Kerr Soon wo may see Uncle Sum's attributed the ninny homicides mail carriers flying in all direcin Fayette county to the habit of tions, transporting mail. Peo, carrying concealed deadly weapa wonderful interest in a disons,! covery that benefits theiu. That's The trial of "King" McNama-ra- ; why Dr. Kink's New Discovery for at. Lexington, for the murder Coughs, Colda and other throat and of Jacob Kellar was culled in lung diseases is- the most popular Fayette Circuit Cpurt Monday, medicine in America. ''It cured and set for trial next Monday. meof a dreadful cough," writes A. Floyd Byrd has been engaged Mrs. .J. F, Davis, Stickoey Corto aid in the prosecution of the ner, . Me,, S'after doctor's treat murderer. ment.and other.remedies had fail McCVacken enmity has fornipd, ed." .For coughs, colds or any a Good, Goads Association and o- - bronchial alfeution its mi'.qualed. t Jected officers of the Price 50e and Oo. Trial bottle Association is to see that the free at all dealers. roads iii all parts; of the county are speedily put in goo i condiOjfcy men have joined tion. hands with the farmers to bring Wo did , I. e - Duried deep In our American forut c I...) I irxiroot, queen's root, ma-- v drake and stone root, golden Ore& in irnpr root mul cherryhark. Of these Ur. R. V. Pierce made a pure glyceric cvtract wl'.icli hnf been favorably known frr over forty years. He called it " CJoUft Medical Discovery." This " Discovery" purifies the blood ond tonci up the Ktamach and the cntitc system in Nature' own way. It's just tnc tisu-- j builder and tonic you rcqtiitu when recovering from a hard cold, grip, or pneumonia. N'o matter howslronC (!c constitution the stomach is apt to be " out o( kilter " nt times ; in consequence-thblood is disordered, for the stomach is the laboratory for the constcnt manufacture of blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthen? the stomoch puts it in shape to make pure, rich blood helps the liver aru kidneys to expel the poisons from the body. The weak, debilitated condition which so many pcop.a experience 'at this time of the year is usually the eff'tt if poisons in the blood; it is often indicated by pimples or ho t appearing on the skin, the face becomes thin youl. "I bra Moro than a week ago I was suffering with an ouf cold In my head, throat, brrast. and bfKlv." writi-M. James G. Ki:n, of 710 h. Street, S. B., Wiiahinston, Ik ( ".Smno called It La Grlppo, somo pneumonia I was adv'- bv a friend to trv a bottle of vour 'Golden Medical Dlwn- cry.' I tried a twttlo and It did mo so much good that I feel safe In savin? it Is tho creatost and best mcdlclno that I ever took. My health Is much bettor than It was beforn usIiik your medicine. It docs all you claim for It and iu satisfactory," J. G. Kent, Esq. r.cr-ous, run-dows . . Tlie-objec- When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, SJKW down fie throat of a "capcy cMclccn destroys tho worms ajd ti-s- t the c!ilci life. A few dp r" la the drlnklnc watci CURES and PREVENTS GAPES irtlle li Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, if. E7. L '3? ' Bourbon Poultrj Cure is the best STRAWBERRY PLANTS remedy 1 have ever tried and 1 have nation's holiday Today is the been in tho poultry business for forty Mrs. and should be celebrated in grand Grape Vines, Asparajjus, "Rhubarb, years. Ky.' Geo. li. Jtapier, Bards-to'v' Rosesf Peonies, Phlox; not in reveling and stvle. but 'liavo' now' Used Bourbon .Poultry, .drunkenness as is the custom of fiuW two:.S(rafrd-l'j- ut cild not " thfi over enthusiaBtics. We have ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. raiseanychlckonsnitliout.it. I have not lmd a case offe'ajH since I began si Dicnic in Clay City today and using it. Mrs. W. P. Brucey, Basker-ville.VNO AOENTS. trust the day will bo spent in the FREE .CATALOQ, 4 for 'some time?has been in feebib health": Derickson was tried Stanton Monday on a charge of lunacy and sent to the asylum ' on tlie afternoon train. Mr J. B. zema, cuts, bruises. af! at all dealers. Only 25 cents ,Ono QQc Boftle of aJ ut'icr arrhar.a, roup, cholcr cV.Ici diseases. Bourbon Poultry Cure , Makes I'2' Gallon-- ; of Medicine. Every poultry rilsT d''M kp a bottle ol I frto sample this medlclno ni liarvd W.jm .nd Booklet on"Dio.i cs uf Fowls." Addres BDURSOH BSZUrCT i. Der-ickso- n Fruit and Shade: Trees! Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, VV Lfrinston, Ij. n( lllllCOLCl, - ly 1 a. most quiet way possible. One hundred years ago 00 cent, of the population of the two-third- H. F. HiIIenriieyer& Sons, per Lexinston, Ky. U- SOU). BY C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAV CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE,1 STANTON, - nited States lived on the farms of thtf s Fifty years ago nonulation was in the country Today we have scarcely of our people living on the farms and ranches. one-third SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. Wo invite you to call and see FERTILIZE Fresh Goods. YOUR CORN It Certainly Pays I oir new stock of Spring and pi The Choice of a Husband is too important a matter for a wo man to be handicapped by weak ' ness, bad blood or foul breath. A void these killhopes by taking Dr. Kfhg's Life Pills. New strength, pure breath, fine complexion, cheerful spirit things that win men follow their use. Lasy, safe, ' sure. 25c at all dealers. f Tlifl Low Prices Special Price on Fepce for Few Days. to c ill and see and got prices on anything else that yon may need. try to keep every thing the people want, livery one should be interested in learning where they ean get the most for their nion- - f ey, and where they ean get merchandise ttint will best suit them. It takes a little time to look around and sati.fy yourself as to where this place is, hut Summer Goods and get our price?. You are also invited I it is time profitably spent, for as you Bedford & Tuttle, naHt WINCHESf i m know, ".Money saved is money made". As stated above, we try to Wo can not, though, here call will keep every thing tho people want. rains of the season riilHkan Business SchooF, D LEXINGTON, KY. continue and all crops continue to keen growing. The rains we BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, are having are too the kind we TYPEWRITING. gully "not most appreciate, washers but nubbin stretchers" Rchool lias turned out hun except tha,t the nubbins have not This dred8 of men and wonien who yet appeared to be stretched, are successes. It will make though roasting ears wijl soon be a successvof ypu. on the bill of fare.. if , ' . t ' j : r T is R OVPITATj STOOIC. 1 attention to every thing, but $100,000 200,000 n mention the following lines which we want you to know that wo we carry. i SURPLUSANDHN. DIVIDKD tUOPlTS, E- K w - ..... (W:. 4- "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women have them in the' new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shoes loi Men wo Imvo I'HB.f Kv. i d PRKHi jS shiny leathers in shoes, boots and low cuts. them in all the new styles in tans, gun metals and patent leaihers, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Hoys' Clothing we have them in them hi tho popular colors and latest In make.up, and at prices to suit all. Wo "Walk-Ove- r Winchester Bank, Cff WlNOUHTUn, What Makes a WomalJ?' 'n " One hundred and twenty pounds, more or .lens, of botfe ami muscJe don't make a woman. Its a good foundation. Put, into, ts health and. strength and she may rule.u kingdom. But turn's just what Hitters, gives her. Thousands bless them fo,r overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and 'or dispelling weakens, nervousness, backache, and tired, listless, worn . f Jff HOI.I.Y WlTIIBKpiOOX, Write for Catalogue. f-- t 3 R. Sl'HAH, 4--. - J -- 0.HIIIi:i(. ;j h also take mea"sures fot fit. made.to-orde- r suits and guarantee a perfect fS YklUR ACCOUNTS SOMCITIOD ti i'i BUXBSCS SCZOS SUCCEED I i't fa n' siistisL our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats artriinmed by one of leading firms of the country We think we can BUlt.you In this line, and know we ean save you money. Millinery Golds our line of Ladies' and tJentB Furnishings, Ilain coats Work Pants, Trunks, Suit case?, Mattings, Wall Taper, Sewing .Machines, Buggies, & etc., & etc. !lu fact see us for nnythingyou See need, as we can save you money. SPECIAL OFFER: PrlT rnlli'rrlnn in,T--lw- rr lvsl3lllul)T..l., iub oowt I tmmr. i tpitnaia i uua. wu i ImllM 4 nnallrt U a UMl(tri..l.v'-Writs to.dtyi Mcntkm thtt PMper. 1 11 n aub,-jtrininiu- C out feeling "E.lectruittj'rqJUave, done me u world of good," writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Oklu , "and I thank you, with all iny, heart, for making suelp a fooii- medicine, Only 50c. Guarunteed by all - SEND 10 CENTS Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. Ia, nervous prostratjqa eod fetpala wjteicnesses they are the supreme Mjpedy, as thousands have testified. Watch for oar special sale days ads in other columns of tins paper. it FOR KIDNEYfLIVER AND STOMACHTBOUBLE Is the best medlclno ever sold over a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. Nov Laws Passed by Legislature. i u i SCHOOLS OF TOWN PLANNING Ignorance of the law excuses no one, nnd lest some of our readers through lack of opportun-tunithe unacquainted with the laws made recently by the Legislature, we publish herewith n synopsis of a few of the laws in which we are most vitally inter ested. y TIIK DRINKING CUP ACT. Ancient Athens and Rome set us an example of chic centers in the Acrop "The use of the common drinkolis nnd tbe Forum. ing cup on railroad trains and in Frankfort, says tbe New York World, purchased a number of mndl railroad stations, public hotels, fval bulldlncs near the cltv hall and boarding houses, restaurants, or restored them to the original style steamboats, in stores or publicly that they should be In harmony with it. nlng. lierlln has a school of town plan tebau." Frankfort has built an exnoaltlon hall about the size of Madison Square garden. Munich has a cronn of nxnnsltlnn buildings comnrlslriz an auditorium, a theater, a hall for exhibits and a summer concert earden. When a new street Is opened In Urussels or Paris, prizes running as high as $4,000 In Brussels and equal to f the street tax In Paris are offered by the authorities for the most artistic facades. Vienna remits a percentage of taxes to landlords who will tear down an old building and put up a bigger and better one. Copenhagen gives a prize exery year to the architect who designs the most sightly building and best harmonizes wun tne older buildinirs about It Parlb requires that all omen and house fronts shall be nerlodlcallv re paired or repainted, so that the street snau appear neat and fresh. All wide Paris streets are In effect parks. They have rows of shade trees. Many of them have a central park strip planted with trees, grass and (lowers, and benches are nlacpd there. Along the chief streets are perhaps 100,000 trees, a large number tor a city so compactly built- in Dracticallv all F.nrnnonn xltloa pavements are kept constantly In good repair. All those Euronean eltl good government has something to leacu America are managed not by politicians but by porta. one-hal- Germany has experts like Stueb ben. Fischer. Gurlett, Henrlcl and llaumelster. who Elve advice on town planning and travel from city to city, it Is a new profession "staed frequented places in Kentucky liefeby prohibited. No person or corporation in charge shall permet therein the use of the drinking cup in common. There must be a printed notice to the above effect in large letters placed conspicuously near ho public drinking water receptacle. Violators of this net will be fined not less than one dollar nor more than ten dollars and each day's violation shall be deemed a separate offense." 8s ENFOHCE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ACT. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of each month. Prayer Meetings, Wedne.day even ings. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. FOR SALE. Stock of merchandise, house and lot on railroad in Powell county, doing good business. Doubled money invested in Bix moths, part cash, balance on time. Apply at Times ofllce for further informu-tion- . Clay City. Ivy. -- WebsterS New International Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? TION, covcrtaB every field of the world's thought, action and culture. The only new unabridsed dictionary in many years. "That every parent, guardian, or other person residing within the boundarv of the county school district, law, and having the custody, control or supervision of any child between the ages of seven and twelve years inclus ive, shall cause such child or children to be enrolled in and attend some public, private or parochial school regularly for the full common school or grade com mon school term iu each vear in the common school district of the county iu which the said child or children may live in this com monwealth." However, this provision may be waived should the child be taught at. home the branches taught in the school for the same length of the school term, and for the purpose of ascertaining this is done, the county court may order the child to submit to an examination by the superintendent. It shall be the duty of the teachers to report at regular intervals the names of parents who fail to comply with the provis ions of the act. Any person found guilty of making a false affidavit as to the age of a child with the intention to evade this act shall, if found guilty, be fined in any sum not exceeding lif- ty dollars or by imprisonment in the county jail not exceedinj: thirty days, or both at tho discretion of the court. Any one violating the provisions of this act shall be liable to a line of not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars for the second and each subsequent offense. LIQUOU EAW. outlook. "Streot trees could be planted nt various distances between curbs, singly, In twos and in threes, interspersed with clumps of shrubbery. Make Your Wet Land Productive. This would give a narrow park-likeffect on each side and' could the By the uao of drain tile you can walks be Included the effect would be useless, Bwnm-p- y rendered still more beautiful and pic- turn that low, wet, fluid into the most productive turesque. Tho walks could gently Good tile, curve from near one side to tho other; spot on your farm. the curves not so abrupt or pro- properly placed, not only carries off nounced as to deter the hurrying pe- surplus water, it admits air to the PARKS destrian from covering the shortest soil and makes it easy to work. FACTORY WORKERS' distance between two given points, It improves any soil. The incrcace Pennsylvania Manufacturer Lays Out yet enough to give beauty and vari- in the value of the land is many ety to the whole that would prove times the cost of the tile. The first Permanent Grounds About His Buildings. very satisfying to all observers. All year's crop from tiled land payf herein outlined has been carried out Any body can do the work In a largo town In Pennsylvania the In many places, not all abroad, but In for it. successfully. Write for particuto lay out our own country In Chicago, for owner of a factory started ornamental grounds about his build-- ' therefore there is nothing Im- lars or chII at our plant: Ings and everybody marveled. Flowpracticable about it The chief drawBrick & Tile er beds and green lawns made their back is that the returns are not quick Red appearance, vines clambered over the enough for our wild-ca- t real estate Company, buildings and shade trees reared their boomers. Few can be found suffheads in places needing shade. And iciently unselfish or generous enough STANTON, . KENTUCKY. still the people marveled. Soon aft- to plant for future generations and erwards a new lot was bought, an of- nothing worthy of emulation in this fice building erected, tho upper story line may bb built on a less stable was fitted up for a recreation room, foundation. tables, a hundred chairs, magazines, Very Serious newspapers, etc.. were furnished, and Is a very serious matter to ask It the announcement made that the room OVER 6S YEARS' for one medicine and have the would be kept open Sunday afterENCC wrong one given you. For this noons. At this stage tbe curiosity of reason we urge you in buying to the people was so aroused that they asked for an explanation. be careful to get the genuine The factory owner stated thai his business was prospering, enlargement BUCK-DRAUG- HT contemplated and so he bad recently Tradc Marks made a tour of inspection to factory Dcsiqns Liver Medicine districts noted for business success, CopvnioHTS Ac. Anyone sanding a sketch and description may no strikes or labor disturbances and qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an The reputation of this old, relia(he Improvements to be seen resulted Invention la probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent ble medicine, for constipation, infrom that trip to the best Industrial sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. digestion and liver trouble, is firmCo. receive Patent taken throunh Munn centers. To be brief, satisfied emspecial netlte, without charge. In tbe ly established. It does not imitate ployes are a business man's best as other medicines. It is better than Scientific set, for without a certain amount of others, or it would not be the faweekly. Lamest cirA handsomely Illustrated loyalty no concern can endure. This vorite liver powder, with a larger culation ot any sclentlOo Journal. Terms. S3 a Bale than all others combined. year: four months, L 8old by all newsdealers. view has evidently come to be the genMUNN & Co.3818""1'- - New York SOLD IN TOWN eral one, for factory owners for tho F2 Branch Office. 625 F St, Washington. D. C. comfort of employes Is now looked to botb Indoors and out Some firms, and even some cities, are noted for the landscape beauty on their factory OF L. & E. TiyiE TflBLE. grounds. Some have gone so far as West-BounEffective May 28,1911. to plant grapevines as ornaments so employes may enjoy fresh grapes in No. 3, No. 1, season. Everything for beauty and No. 2, No. 4, Stations. comfort Is provided in summzr and Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily fireplaces, games, etc., take care of Idle moments In winter. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. HOME Farm Drain Tile TOW HELPS e River American SUWRY Eust-Bouu- d. 1:35 2:17 JEffect Is Easily Given fe' 2:35 Uflno a LlttleTJIfr In W 2:49 3:05 "Planting. .3:15 With Informal planting In a wide 3:21 parkway a effect could be 3:28 given on each side of tbe street that 3 :47 would go far toward counteracting the 3 :52 ADD BEAUTY TO THE STREET Park-lik- e 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:50 9:00 9:f5 9:12 9 9 9 10 park-lik- e harsh, monotonous lines of formality In curb, sidewalk and property line; also the flatness and Insufficiency of it all from, a standpoint of beauty of 4 :04 4 :25 :27 :32 :44 :04 5:19 5:25 10:57 11:05 11 :25 forty days imprisonment or both, in the discretion of the court or jury trying the case. The provis-ion- s of this act does not apply to common carriers who in good faith deliver liquor, not to exceed five gallons at one time to druggists and physicians 6r to liquor prescribed on prescriptions bv licensed physicians. 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