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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 11, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912071101_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 11, 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 GLAYICITY TIME S. 81.00 a Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay Ciflthe SarrounJing Country anj Ourselves. .!. E. liurnhcr. l'nliliar NO. VOL. XVII. Other Crops Added. CLAY (JITY, KY?WHURSDAY. few peof school law teachers salaries are fact that it ,M l.arResr Salaries for Teachers, l'.y the provisions of the new A JULY U. 1912. (ieorge Roberts, Secretary tlio Kentucky Corn Growers Association has issued the following notice to Kentucky farmers: "At tlie last business meeting of the Kentucky Corn Growers' Association it was decided to the scope of its work in order to include other farm crops. At the next annual show in Jan uary wheat, oats, cow peas and soy beans will be added to the list. This notice is given in order that all who desire to do so may reserve material for these exhibits. I also desire to call your attention at this time to the fact that a special feature of the next 5.corn show will be the awarding of a fifty dollar silver pitcher, offered by the Lexington Commercial Club, for the best showing of profits on an acre of corn by any resident, of Kentucyk of any age. This trophy must be won twice by the same person before becoming the permanent property of the winner. It was awarded last year to 1. V. Hooper, of Morganlield. An itemized expense account, including all labor, must be kept for this conen-larg- o Wis' 6. Stringent Law. are av are of the now a violation ol classified according to size of the local optjl i law tor one per- school districts and the percent- son of legai'J any other aire to age of attendance. Information take for anol r any quantity of from Frankfort indicate that whiskey intow teal option terri- these salaries will be larger this tory. This mis that anv per- year than at any time previous. son carryinj liquor from Clay cer- City to any p cp out of this town Teachers holding third-clas- s to any other;; Bison in anv quan- tificates will teach third-clas- s a mouth ; tity that the can be lined not. schools and receive less than $00$ or more than $ 100. teachers holding second-clascertificates will teach second-clas- s You don't Hive to chance for a your accommodation in order to schools and receive be prosecuteaTeither. If a friend month, and teachers with certificates, normal or State seeing you coming to town and University certificates will teach sends by youTr liquor and you s schools and receive $35 accommodate him, this means a month and teachers holding that you wilPjie lined if caught higher grade certificates, such as up with the. ;jinount mentioned a State certificate, State diplo- above. Therfe, is but one safe ma, or is a principal of a school policy and fvljiat is to let your will receive .$(" a month. friends carryuheir own liquor. This law is btfii: violated in this Scarcity of Cattle. cuunty scoreiOif times every day. A scarcity of cattle prevails in Our officers U)nu Id look a "lee- Kentucky. This condition is attie" out and'Aeutch a few of the tributed by traders to the scarci- boys thus patting a check on ty of feed and severity of the such a wholesale disregard for winter. Most of the cattle in the law. 7jt the country was shipped last fall, after the failure of crops, in Cleti Politics. order to avoid the expense of Rev. J. .r$biekey and Rev. D. feeding through the winter. Far- M. Walker, oCStanford, were here test." mers who are angaged in the bus- Monday andelivered excellent Dies Suddenly. iness of raising export cattle speeches in th interest of ''Clean James Williams, aged fifty-liv- e have made big monev this season Politics." Thjtime hiis come when years, died at Itosslya last and have received top prices for JMLt?S vnight.- - .He. was in. apparent theirstock?-- have about' coin'e to the conclusion upon retiring, having eatto subordinate thfl petty differences dood Rains Continue. en a hearty supper. During the Good rains continue to fall and that have heretofore divided their night his wife was aroused by unnever before voting strength and unite in a deusual noises being made by her corn is growing as never finer than mand that all candidates for oflice husband. She recognized that he while grass was predictions of weath- shall be clean men and opposed to was desperately ill and summon- now. The year and d'shonesty and bribery in politics beed a physician, but he was deud er prophets that last each witness ex- fore they shall receive the support before the doctor could get there. this year would so far nuss-ed- of the better class of citizenship. Williams formerly lived in this treme drouths, have The reverend gentlemen say they on this year. city. espouse no partys cause, but that J. 1. Crabtree, merchant of it is the duty of.Christain men to F. G. Powell, formerly deputy transacting business standjor the right politically as sheriff is this countyj was in the Genet, was well as morally and religiously. It in the city Wednesday. city this morning. is generally conceded that unless polities is made purer that the very li.. of the republic will be undermined and chaos and conimunism will be the result. Endurance of these corrupt conditions bus ceased to be a virtue and we doubt not but that the great mass of the people are ready to rebuke political thieves no uncertain Just received from the city which combines and triokstsers in Leader. Harrodsburg ways. The above talk sounds right to the newest styles and lowest prices. the Times man and ho hopes to see the movement forwarded to every section of the nation and that it may ultimately be triumphantly successful. New s first-class To Teachers and Trustees: first-clas- The proper medium for the settlement of controversies arising between teachers and trustees is the county superintendent of schools. Many teachers, trustees and citizens have a custom of writing the State Superintendent of l'ablic Instruction about every little detail of school management. I have no objection to answerini: these inquiries tllflM Oil lllll tt IB lltllt2 fri render assistance to anv school oflicial or citizen interested in the welfare of the school. These requests often state only one side of the question and it is impossible to give a fair decision until we have heard both sides. In view of these facts, I think it wise and just fur all trustees teachers and citizens to submit these questions first to the county superintendent. When an 11 Darlingsville. A. C. Barnes sold to a Mr. Lowry a heifer cow for f.'l.'i. Miss Lillie Roone began the public school here Monday with good attedndance. Mrs. Ellen McKinney sper.t McKin-ney Sunday with Mrs. Maud at Spout Sprim:. Mr. and Mr. Aa Snowdtu spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Snowden's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. .1. Harnett near Spm.t Spring. F urnacc. (LAST WKhK.) Mr. Sid Stacy was at thi? plm Sunday. Church at this' place wa; wi it good-healt- -- Pjlit6 is needed, the county su perintendet is the proper person to ask for an opinion from the State ollice. When this is done, he can give both sides of the question and the State ollice can render an intelligent opinion. Strtctly speaking, have no authority to give an opinion, except upon an appeal from the decision of the county superintendent or upon his request. I desire to make this appeal to. all teachers and..truetees, to. submit your questions first to the county who is the proper person to decide all questions of difference and doubt reg.udini.' the schools ol his county. Yours very truly, Rarksdale Uamlett, Superintendent. 1 - attended Sunday. Miss Edna Abner, of Clay City, visited relatives here last week. Mr. Walker Shoue, of Manci-lonMich., is visiting hi mother, Mrs. John Shouse, of th place. a, Misses Colia and Edna Tipton, of Cow creek, were of Miss Maude Messer Saturday night and Sunday. Dr. , s Mr. and Mrs. John Newkirk, and Mrs. Scrivn-erMrs. Minnie Miller and Misses Edna, Ida" and Minnie Case wore the guests of N. D. Wierman Sun- day. Misses Xancv Mcintosh and Eva and Carrie Tipton, of Miller's creek, and Messrs. Cal Abner and Warn and Millard Neal, t of Cow creek were the guests Win. Adams and familv Sun it Subscribe for the Times. day. WALDRON & JOHNSON, fcl New Spring Millinery Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! cos! Saving Money. You can do the same thing. p. ( in order to get room fpjr new goods coming in. In this '7 sale will also be included aToVof Dr. Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall, of Vaughn's Mill, and the birth of a daughter also to Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of this '" city. hundred poplar trees in Letcher county were sold for" 75,O0O, theVdeul being the largest in this timber for many years. - v If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round ome day and give our place a look through and Jet us price you some of our W m HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. First come, first served. Sixty-seve- n i goods.They willopenyoareyestoan opportunity. SHIMFESSEL'S. Caleb Powers Congressmen has recommended his brother, John Powers, for, appointment as postmaster of Middlesboro. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a son to Mr. andJHrs. June Walters Jr. Thursdayfjuly 11. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in ClHy City or near our store we will "deliver the m Si 4 goods'' 91 1 i.; 4 v uy pennon, xno latest namo mentioned is Thomas L. Walker, former postmaster of Loxington There may bo Democrats in the I'UJIMSHEI' VKRV TllL'ltSDAY. district that we would rather vote for than Campbell Cantrill Subscription rates 81 a year or three but we are sure there is no Ke years in advance 8V. publican we would rather voto THE TIMES. ! E. liurnlicr, Publisher. second-clas- s Kntered ns mnil matter. Thursday, - July 11, 1912, for, be he progressive or dign sive. Trot out your Walker and let the Campbell run awuy with mm. with the following papers at prices Mow mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journal CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates t $1.00 it ' J" s tored and wl fnnfi.,1 lnon r iu ripen n urujeei, to get mese churches and school. Also my The Federal government titider good roads which must come at stock of goods at Spout Spring. A Republican rule lias spent $100,- Btand and postoffice in future date by the voting of a 000 for a government building at issue. Now is the time to inS- A bargain for some one. Call Winchester and the same amount T S- McKinney, begin agitating the question, we on for another government building Spout Spring, Ky. have lost much valuable time at Mt. Sterling, at Richmond and lemma. since the passace of the good all other important towns in the . Tl.. och&uii xuc ior comity lairs is roads law two years ago, but it is 1 nited States. When the Dem- almost upon us. The Mt. Sterl never too late to becin a cood ocratic Congress came intopower ing fair, July 23, will be the first thing. Let's push it along, they shut down on government to open in this part of the state buildings in the cities and passed i. The public schools in Powell iujiciij cunuucieu iairs are a a bill to appropriate .f 15,000,000 help to any county and should bo and Estill counties twenty-fiv- e to aid in the upkeep of roads in encouraged. A fair in this coun years ago were better than they t lie country. Now which do you ty would be a great stimulus to are today. The fund was $1 50 think is the best for the country, the advancement of the livestock per capita then while it is three the millions spent on buildings and farming interests iu general, times that amount now. The in the cities and towns, or the and if the Times man had plenty writer was born in Estill county same millions spent ou building of money he would be glad to and in sight of Powell county and roads throughout the country? lend a large financial corner to knows thiB to be true. We at In this as in every other instance the tribute the cause to the fact that advancement of such a the Democratic party has proven then the best talent of the coun itself to be a party for the farmties was in our school rooms as er and laboring class of people, The Central Kentucky Retail teachers, while today they are while the Kepublicn party has Merchants' Association was or- employed in other lines of busi worked for the interests of the ganized at Graham Springs Tues-day- , ness that pay t.li infrllni ill cities and the men of great the State Bar Association that time there was nothing bet wealth. Ihe country people have convened in Louisville yesterday, ter from point of salary offered Every thing in Lawns, been neglected long enough, and and a fellow from Bath county them than teaching school. The Every thing in Summer Hosiery, through the channels of a Demo was in Clay City last week trying writer also believes that the par- cratic adnndistratiou they will to organize a Farmers' Uuiou. tial abrogation of so much third Every thing in Summer Underwear, begin in the next four years to Verily do we live in an age of growth hickory iu the school Every thing in Silk Petticoats, come into possession of some the associations, societies, unions, room has had something to do Every tiling in Millinery, things that they should have had and etc. but all these are sorely with the real prog! ess in our nil the time. needed iu competition with the school declining from what it was Large line of Laces and Embroideries, trusts, and the "Jet the people iu those days. fill. Every thing in Ribbons, ine national rrogressive par rule" policy of some politicians. ty is the name suggested by its Large line of Summer Silks, Not being content with having promoter Theodore the I. They The commonest thing about met his Waterloo, Theodore is Every thing in Muslin Underwear, will meet in Chicago August 5th flying machines seems to be trying to pull as many others in Every thing in Dressing Sacks, and prepare a platform. We their fatalities to human lives to his boat as possible. Thev hope the Colonel will manage to that risk themselves in their should be wise and join the Wil Every thing in Kimonas, get these 7.'1 delegates seated at flight. Scarcely a day passes that son band and be in position to Odds and Ends in Corsets, last, but he will ouly have half one or more lives are not dashed do some good for themselves, Every thing in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Suppers, m many as were at the Chicago out in an attempt to make a rec- their neighbors uud the country Republican Convention No. I ord iu some art of aviation. as a whole. Teddyisin is dead Every thing in Boys' Suits and Odd Pants, as well as its author. then half of the 78 will have to Every thing in Straw Mattings, and manv thin sis that we can't name Dishonesty in politics is as bad be cut oil. The contested delea small ad. like this and you will be delimited when von have' onmlnJ -gation will be easily managed as dishonesty in any business of things. Making room for Fall and Winter Goods. transaction, though it is not look this time by the national e as all will be for Teddy. ed upon as such. The writer A great fertilizer, and a hardy We predict that the show will be lougs to see the day when all vigorous iorage plant for hay and ii grand tight well worth going thieves will be classed together, pusture. Will grow in any soil. U11U nie Juw Wlli Handle one as een ,n r.0CKJ places, uan De sown the necessary distance to see. wim spnng oats, or sown alone in roughly as the other. May for meudow, and sown in with I hero is too much cry for a corn at the luBt cultivation. Prices, The mau who has his toddy lower cost of living. What the of seed, and circular how to crow it country needs is more money to three times a day or more has sent on requeBt. cause to complain of hard BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. buy meat and bread with. This uox ua. means better wages for the la times. boring man. True enough all manufactured goods are too high occasioned by the high tariff but to cheapen the cost of living " " Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 If all the able bodied men now living ou me government and state who do littie or no work but draw big salaries, wore put to work in the fields producing meat and bread uby the sweat of their face" the question of high cost of living would be quickly solved. Here'a a pointer for the authorities who are wrestling with the "high cost of living" proposition, and can see no way ot increasing wages of the laboring man so he can pay tlie increased cost of provisions which in our judgment is the better way of mettiug the di . such as Powell i The man who bolts a nominee county hasn't got: will inject of his party because he is defeat- prosperity into any county, ed or can't got his way, never ex- Without the splendid pikes in pects the other fellow to do the the neighboring counties of same thing should lie be success Montcomerv and Olark. the farm ful. tiroiifirr.v viilunn Minro would not T,,e "ful1 dinner Pail" ,ias not bo what thev are now. This would mnan n loss of mil. Kot been revived by the Repub lions of dollars to the farms of lican regulars in this campaign. the two counties. vCould these A full dinner pail of todav a. counties ait'ord the loss by ul mounts to quite a cash consider lowing the run down of their ation. pikes? If these counties could A party is only worthy of supnot allow such a loss, how can port in so far as it puts up wor- Powell county further continue . V Tn..n nn firli rl n f to .. , iu ,.u Su. w.iu tuny imvc una . fiI1Tinnp. , . Good roads, one-half t" 1 1 The madstonc is a sure cure for hydrophobia, but so far no remedy has been discovered to allay Teddyphobia. of Toledo, ) ss. Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing bufine8s 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 the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Olh day of December, A. D. 188G. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Faruilv Pills for constipation. State of Ohio, City win pay iuu per cent, on the investment each year after they are built. Can we not then allord to make that investment? Let every citizen of the county :: roaus r r,v . voter. anv Farm and stock of (loods For Sale. I offer for private sale my farm 01 'u acres wnich has on it dwellg. b.uril8 and other necessary out- , - Rd - build-bon- d - Clearance Sale OF SUMMER GOODS. XT It. com-Mitte- SWEETCLOVER m V .. W m iK;. IM i:. llllb Mrs. J. W. Williams. MILLS but-littl- without chepening what the furmer has to buy means starv ing prices for what the farmer produces. L'nder the present of prices for everything the farmer buys he is compelled to g t the high price for his products in order to come out even at the end oi the year. s-- ale GOOD YOU will ss IT RISES AWAY ABOVE ull other brands of flour with the housewife who loves good homemade breud when f lie uses the PEARL Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It is the beet all around Hour on the market and gives your brei.il that tempting and delicious lUvor that alwayo delights the 'over of good bread when you use the METHODS, FACILITIES and CUSTOMERS.) find them all at the TREATMENT attradt The Uotixvvf it forces don't like our candidate for Congress, J. Campbell (Jjii trill uud me usiug desperate efforts to bring out a lC'.'publiciui il r CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK cutulidutt' -- whose - ft ou the ballot which'is seeking YOUR bank acco intjt. ui ft. PEARL flour. li Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, di THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. JULY 4, 1!)12 The Sheriff is mit after J012 tax. See him and square yourself with the state and county and save yourself any further costs and trouble. A Mr. Hugfies, of Bath county, was herd jast week trying to interest ourjfarmers in the secret organization of the Farmers ' Union. HOT FLASHES. Women in middle age often complain of hot flashes. They are at tlint stage of life when their delicate organism needs a tonic and helping-hanwhich only Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription can give them. Many women suffer ncci'lessly from d THURSDAY, LOCAL BREVITIES. The trial of John II. MeNmara nail Carriers Will Fly. fori he murder of Jacob S. Keller This id an age of great discoverin Lexington thirteen years ago ies. Progress rides on the air. is on at Lexington. The defend- Soon we may see Undo Sarn'e ant pleads not guilty. mail carriers Mying in all direcmulti-millionaire, girlhood to womanhood 'and from motherhood to old age with huckcchc, dizziness or headache. A woman often becomes sleepless, nervous, " broken-down,- " irritable and feels tired from morning to night. When pains and actio rack the womanly system nt frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about iMMOf, of 021 S. Dentalon Street, Baltimore, Md.. says: "I wrote you about nine months lu:r, telling you of my condition. I have a fine baby girl the weighed nlno pounds when burn. Sho Is my third chllil and the strongest of them all. My suffering was only for two hours. I took several bottles of 'Favorite Prescription and one of Dr. Pierce's Smart-WeeI never had a well day before I took your medicines. I was surprised how well I felt could cat was always hungry.and never hail a sick stomach. Th nurse who was with mo said the medicine was wonderful because t got along so nicely after having had so much trouble before. She Intends to rccom.ncnd It to all her suffering patients. Everybody Is astonished at me tccause I only welched 102 pounds before and now I weigh 135. I have had several ladles corns to me anil ask about Dr. Pierce's medicine, t am willing to recommend It to all who suffer and want help. If any want Information I will be glad to five It to them." Mlis. iMUOP & CniLOu Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Mrs. J. .1 Louisville nines B. Speed, Mr. Little representing It. G. who rose from was here the last of Dunn & Co. bank clerk to high position as a the week. financial potent in the alfuirs of Geo. W. Anlerson, Jr. of Mt. half a dozen Kentucky corporaSterling, was here' a few days tions, died Sunday morning in a last week. hotel at Rockland Breakwater, Dr. Irvin reports the birth of Me., where he had gone in the twins boy and girl to Mr. and hope of regaining health. Mrs. Oscar Woolery July 3rd. Many patrons of the city school tions, transporting mail. Peorle take a wonderful Interest in a discovery that benefits them. That's why Dr. Kinks New Discovery for The picnic passed oil without any serious disturbances. There were, however, more drunk men on the grounds and in the city than the writer ever observed before. It is impossible to keep the boys from drinking a little Elder and Mrs. L. J. Reynolds, toddy on the 4th, it seems. The of Bourbon county, are visiting ball game in the afternoon beMrs. Jennie Russell and other tween the home team and Stanton resulted in a victory for relatives in the city. the former by a score of 17 to 11. The Louisville Evening Post, y Ike Wiler and Wm. Morton, of Clark county, were here the first of the week buying cattle planing mill The Swann-Da- y started up Tuesday morning after being closed for three months. The Third Quarterly meeting of the Methodiat church will be held at Jackson'a chapel the Third Sunday. J. W. Wescott, of Lexington, a former employee of the Swann-DaLumber Company, was in the city yesterday. Coughs, Colds and other'throat aid lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America. ''It cured me of a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. F. Davis, Stiekney Me., "after doctor's treatment and other remedies had failare signing a petition calling up- ed." For coughs, colds or any on Prof. F. P. Tracy to resign his bronchial aifection its uti'.qualed. position in the school. They al- Price 50c and 81 00. Trial bottle lege as a cause for their action free at all dealers. that the Professor's eyesight has failed so fast that he cannot see well enough to properly discipline his room in the school. Cor-tier, When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ;ONE The Fourth. throat o( n "capey' chickcc destroys the wornu and naves the chick's Hfe. A tsvr Crop in the drinking watei clown the Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white n, wri oiV-- roup, cholera c'licL diseases. One 50c Dottle of Boiirbo&PcuItryCiire Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. a bottle ol Every poultry mis"' &h"nld W .1 fur free sample this mcdlcino cji 1 an "DUcn-e- s of l'owls." Address. and Booklet on Hsihstcn, Ky. B3UHB3H RCMEDi Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, n, for many years an independent newspaper with Republican leanings, has announced for Wilson and Marshall. The catalogues are out for the Mt. Sterling fair, the first fair of the Central Kentucky circuit, which will be held at the Montgomery county capital the week beginning July 211. Mrs. Nannie Tyree is visiting Mrs. T. J. Fletcher. Mrs. Tyree is the widow of Eld. Win. Tyree, a Baptist minister who preached at Salem church near this city thirty-fiv- e years ago. W. T. Wood, formerly of this city, has been promoted to the foremanship of the Reliance planing mill at JackBon. Mr. Wood is a good man and his many friends here are glad to learn of his success. The Choice of a Husband is too important a matter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness, bad blood or foul breath. these kill hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills New strength, fine complexion, pure breath, cheerful spirit things that win men follow their use. Easy, safe, sure. 25(2 at all dealers. nation-wid- WW, Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the poultry business for forty years. Mrs. Gea-.K- . Hapier, Banls-towKy. Winchester, - Ky. I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two years and 1 just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not hud a cae of gapes since I began using it. Mrs. V. P. lirucey, Basker-villVa. e, 0. 0. Daniel, Jr. of the Snow Creek neighborhood was in town Monday exhibiting the head of a mammouth cat fish which he had caught. The fish weighed fifty-five pounds gross and thirty-eigpounds after being dressed. He saw the fi6h in shallow water and 6et the dogs on it and they brought the huge monster to the ht bank. Claude Scholl, aged 21 years, was killed by an elephant which he was training for a circus performance at Milton, Canada. Scholl is a son of John I. Scholl, who formerly lived in this city. He joined the U. S. Army as a private infantryman from Lexington in January but deserted and joined the circus the first of June. Insect Bite Costs Leg. A Boston man lost his leg from the bite of an inBect two years be- Want Compromise Man. C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. e A movement to in ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, " duce President Taft to withdraw as a candidate, backed by many Republican officeholders, with several members of Congress as sponsors, will be launched with the simultaneous circulation of STRAWBERRY PLANTS petitions in every State of the Union within a week, according Qrape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. to an Associated Press dispatch from Washington. If the move Everything For ment gains volume, these same ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. men will ask Col. Roosevelt to NO AGENTS. withdraw and permit a compro- FREE CATALOG. mise selection. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, What Makes a Woman? Lexington, Ky. One hundred and twenty pounds, more or less, of bone and muscle ay.Ty,Ty?7'.yyCT,?wry,?w'?,Y?,?y,TM don't make a woman. Its a good foundation. Put into its health J CAPITAL. 8TOQK, 8100,000 and strength and she may rule a k SUHPLUSANDUN- kingdom. But that's just what Bitters gives her. Thousands bless them for overcoming THE 3 fainting and dizzy spells and for p dispelling weakness, nervousness, Of WlNCllMTEH. Ky. backache and tired, listless, worn out feeling. "Electric Bitters have E; N. Hoi.i.Tr AVjiuBnHpooN; Phkhi done me a world of good," writes Ej W. K. Oahiiikk. y Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla , "and I thank you, with all my heart, for K YOUR ACCOUNTS SOtaCITKD 1 making such a good medicine." Ws'a&y y&y av rare re i'i .. ra Only 50c. Guaranteed by all SOLD BY SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our new stock of Spring and Summer Goods Fruit and Shade Trees! and get our prices. You are also invited toe ill a und see and get prices on anything else that you may need. We try to keep every thing the people w ant. Every one should be interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where they can get merchandise that will best suit them. It takes a little time to look around and satisfy yourself as to where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know, "Money saved is money mude". As stated above, we try to keep every thing the people want. We can not, though, here call attention to every thing, but will mention the following lines which we want you to know that we carry. "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shiny leathers in shoes, boots and low cuts. "Walk-Ove- r shoes foi Men we have them in all the new Winchester Bank. Si-uV- styles in tans, gun metals and patent, leaiheri, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in them in the popular colors and lutcst In also take measures for fit. make-up- , and at prices to suit all. We suits and guarantee a perfect inade-to-ord- our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats We think we are trimmed by one of leading firms of the country can suit you in this line, and know we can save you money. See our line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, liain coa's Millinery Goods Work PanU, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines, Buggies, & etc., & etc. In fact see us for anything you need, as we can save you money. Watch for our special sale days ads in other columns of this riillikan Business School, LEXINUTON, BOOKKECPINa, KY. SHORTHAND, fore. To avert such calamities TYPEWRITING. from Btlugs and bites of insects use Bucklen's Arnica Salve promptly This school has turned out hun dreds of men and women who to kill the poison and prevvnt are successes. I twill make swelling and pain. . a success of you. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, eczema,' outs, braises. Only 25 cents Write for Catalogue. tit all dealers. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostratJoa and female weaknesses they ore the supreme remedy, as thousand bavo testified. paper. it U the Lbctt GoedMoe ever told over a druggist'. counter. FOR KIDNEYtLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. 0 Home SPOUT SPRING. Elder Geo. W. Mcintosh in Irvine Monday. Mr. was Tow ft? HELPS the Mile. to n stake, thence cast to a stake in a hollow, thence nortlf'of said hollow to the creek, thenco west down tho creek to the beginning; or 'gulllcient thereof to produce $797.04, so ordered to be and Mrs. Sam Wood, of made. The rctiuired Lexington, arc visiting relatives give purclinser will bo security, to bond, with npproved for neur here. the payment of tho purchase money, to nave tne force aim oiiect 01 n Mrs. Jake Tipton, of Irvine, Itond.l bearing legafintcrcsit from the is visiting her daughter, Mrs. uny 01 saic, nccoming to law. Bidders will bo prepared to comply BEAUTY IN PRACTICAL FORM Moses McKinney. with these terms. A lien will be retained on the property sold till all the W. J. Christopher, of Clark purpiiase money is paid. Road-ld- e Fruit Trees Produce an Annual Revenue of $600 to county, is here this week looking Jtond payable to Commissioner. ucpiovin Where the yield Is only fair It la nev. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Welch, of ertheless well worth while as a source Vaughn's Mill, spent Sunday of Income. In addition to tulr money return the with Mr. and Mrs. Shelt roads are made extremely attractive. In the spring they are lined for long sti etches with trees covered with blossoms. In the summer and especially in the fall, the fruit growing and ripening Is nearly as Interesting and attractive as the blossoms of spring. T7TT And all through the season for foliage the highway trees are nearly as useful ar any other trees would bo -r shade. it Is true that pears, apples, plums and cherries do iot grow on trees which attain such dimensions as the tlnest maples and elms which shade American streets and roads and some fruit trees are too short lived to Philadelphia Park Development. be available. That Is emphatically The trend Is altogether for a more true of the peach. But In this country the country road Is widely diffused city with many open the exception not the rule By far spaces and green areas freely distribcitizens have tt greater part of the tvnlral uted. American highway is devoid of shade contributed to this by their gifts The City Parks association is a developtrees. In every such case to plant anJ care ment of this movement and Is a most ior iruit trees, preferably apple trees active agent. Its twenty-thirannual because they erov to larirn sizn nnH report. Just Issued, presents us with because they have thick, fine ?oilago the conception of a greater park syswnicn tney retain until late In the tem, which shall checkerboard with lall, would be clear gain. It would green parked driveways many of the not be a substitution but an addition choice spots and wooded ravines withor great Interest and value. in twenty miles or more of Philadelphia. Highways which were once regarded merely as a means to get someCity Building. where are now viewed as Important There Is but one plan upon which in themselves, a source of pleasure and we may build beautiful cities. We comfort to those who use and enjoy must have a commission of architects, them. Philadelphia Press. landscape gardeners and a few advanced thinkers from the ranks of busBest Street Surfacing. iness to devise public Improvements has given the The with a view to beautifying the city. Then let the city take up these plans best satisfaction of any kind of street seriously, and no matter how slowly, surfacing yet experimented with. On do every piece of work entered upon small stones, evenly spread, the tar It placed, then another layer of stones, In strict accordance with these plans Slowly but surely the development of and the whole rolled. It Is finally covbeauty and fitness will come, and In ered with stone dust and rolled hard. the end the model city will surely un- It requires only a few months to befold We are almost criminal In that come quite durable. we continue to Inaugurate various public Improvements with' Sale. out having the beautlflcatlon of the city In mind. Powell Circuit Court. after farming interests. Where the roadside fruit trees are The regular services at the most successfully grown and the con- Baptist church Sunday were atditions are more .avorable, the return from the fruit which Is gathered tended by a good congregation. by the public authorities and sold at C. A. Conlee, of Stanton, and auction, has reached $600 to the mile. ItOMULU$ JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. t Plaintiff, versus J. 31. Kcnnon, 'Defendant. Notice of Salo in Epuity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, 1912, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 5th day of August, 1012, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Court Day,) I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on ' a credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned t: in the judgment, Said land is situated in Powell coun ty, Ky., nnjl known as the unsold lands in the three miles Forge circle, a de scription of which is set ont by meets and bounds in a deed fromThos Dewit Cuyler to F. B. Russell recorded in the Powell county clerk's oflice. There is excepted out of the property to be sold nil property in Clay City and all miner al and oil rights which was reserved in the conveyance to the defendant J. M Kennonjor sufficient thereof to pro duce $324.62, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal Interest from tho day of sale, law. Bidders will be prepared to complv with these terms. Allen will be retained on the property sold till all the imrcnus? inuuuy is jiuiu. Bond payable to Commissioner. ROMULUS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Pdwell C. C. to-wiaccoi-dlng.t- F. B. Russell, south to a set stone at Smith house, thence west to the county road Alex. Smith lower corner; thenco up the hill to the top of the limestone cliff; thenco with the meanders of same south to Joe Willoughby's lino to a plno corner on top of limestone cliff, thenco to the beginning containing 410 acres be the same more or less ; or sufficient thereof to produce $313,50, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will bo required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will bo retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is pnid. Bond payable to Commissioner. BOMULNS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell C. C. OVER 05 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you can turn that low, wet, useless, Bvv'am-p- y field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. in tho value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or cpll Ut out plant. It improves any soil. The increace Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. l(iKl)WH Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the For this wrong one given you. reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUck-Draugii- T -- i- IRS.DE MARKS Anyone sanding- - a sketch and description nay quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Itirentlon la probably patentable. Communications alrlctly confidential. HANDBOOK onl'atenta aent free. Oldest asency for aecurlng "patents. Patents taken through Munn & to. recelre rptcial nailer, without chants. In tho Copyrights Ac DtSICNS Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 well-shade- d Scientific jfttericatn Branch Office. 6JS Public-spirite- d Ijtneat cirA handsomely Illustrated weekly. culation of any aclentlOo journal. Terms. $3 A year! four months, L Bold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.38,Bro,dwt' New York V BU Washington, D. U d Eitst-Boun- SUiMrIcARY OF L. & E. TlflE T.56LE. EtFectiveMay 28,1911. "West-Boun- d. No. 2, Daily. P. M. 1:35 2:17 2:35 2:49 3: 05 No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. 5:35 7:20 8:03 8:18'. 8:32 8 :50 3:15 3:21 3:28 3 3 4 4 9:00 0:05 9:12 9 9 9 10 Lexington, Winchester, L. & . Junction, Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Ropslyn, . 8:50 8:05 7:51 7 :37 4:50 4:37 4 :22 Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court, :47 :52 :04 vio :27 :32 :44 :04 5:19 5r25 FOR SALE. Stock of merchandise, houeo and n railroad in Powell county, doing good bubiness. 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