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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 18, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912071801_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 18, 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. 81.00 a Year In Advance. . , We are here to help Clay City, the Sorrooniing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. liurgher. Publisher. VOL.jXVII. Typhoid Lurks in Wells. CLAY CITY, KY.,;THURSDAY. Use." by Myron L. Fuller. The demand for this publication has necessitated a third reprint. A copy of the reportmay be obtained by addressing the Director of the Survey at W ashington, D. 0. Fraud Charged In Pike County. Powell Farmers Read This. JULY 18, J9I2. NO. 2U Charges of fraud in the election of teachers by the Division Board country and to polluted water of Education of Pike county have supplies. Farms, which are generally re- been brought to the attention of mote from towns, cities, or other Superintendent of Public Inareas of congested population, struction Hamlett. It is alleged of apples for $1,500 on Mie trees. would seem to be almost ideally that nine members of the Divis- For a number of years since the situated for obtaining pure and ion Board pooled their strength crop of apples have brought her wholesome water, but in reality and selected the seventeen teach- in from $500 to $800 per year. polluted water is exceedingly ers and that they knocked down The possibilities of apple culture common on them and typhoid-feve- r something like $2,000 for secur- in Meade and" Breckinridge counrate 8 are usually greater in ing positions for the teachers. ties are greater than Kentuck-ian- s country distiiots than in cities. have any idea of. CultivaEverybody wants a daily paper Typhoid fever is now almost unition, pruning, feeding the land during the campaign and we have versally believed to be trans- arrangements to supply you with and spraying the trees are needmitted solely through drink or the Louisville Evening Post from ed as much in Kentucky us in food taken into the stomach, and now until after the election, Washington, the Ozarks, Viris especially liable to be com- November 10th, and the Times ginia or elsewhere, but with municated by polluted waters one year both for $1.00. This is proper attention no land will neat Kentucky in growing apwells a bargain obtained from shallow that every newspaper ples. Harro'dsburg Leader. near spots where the discharges reader should take advantage ot. The rural sections, long considered ideal so far as concerns the health of their inhabitants, have been dealt, a blow by physician investigators who maintain that s of the cases of typhoid fever in the city owe their origin to insanitary conditions in the two-third- In Meade county, Kentucky, where land is poor and cheap a farmer said fo his wife: "which would you rather, for me to take out a life insurance policy for $1,500 or plant 1,500 apple trees? She chose the apple orch ard. It was let out and the trees grew well but in a few years the farmer died. The next year the orchard come into full bearing and the widow sold the crop of Montgomery County Fair. The Great Montgomery County Fair, which will begin at Mt. SPOUT SPRING. 0. Richardson, of Waco, visited R. A. Kirby last week. Russell Christopher, of Clark county, was here this week. 1. N. Orsborne, of Clark coun- Sterling, Ky., next Tuesday, and continues throughout the week promises to be the largest and best ever held in the State. All off the large show stables will be present, including those of A. G. Jones, McCray Bros., Walter Rice, Collins & Redmond, P. W. Ray, R. E. Moreland, V. T. Churchman, Gaywood and Hamilton, Point Au Oiew Farm, Emerald Chief Farm, Matlack and Shropshire, Ormsby and Hickman and others, while the trotting and pacing races have filled well. There will be special show rings and races each day and not a dull moment in the week. Balloon ascensions, parachute leaps and mule races daily. Lit-tlejoh- ty, was here last week buying cattle. The Misses Puckett, of Fox, visited their aunt, Mrs. R. A. Kirby last week. Miss Zella Sams began the public school here Monday with fair attendance. The Institute was in session last week and Miss Sams was there in attendance which caused a week's delay in the commencement of the school. Kimbrell. of typhoid patients have been thrown upon the ground and subsequently carried down through the soil and to the wells, and it is doubtless principally this fact that accounts for the disease being so common in farming regions. On a great many farms the well is located at a point that tnav ha fonnvAnipnt. tn thn .1wnl. -- wi ling, without any regard for the possibility of the pollution of the well water through seepage from or through the l barn or undercirculation of water ground. Information relating to the underground movement of water is particularly valuable, and on this account the United States Geological Survey is distributing a report of the subject Water-SupplPaper 255 "Underground Waters for Farm cess-pooy Clarence Estes, Secretary Pow. ell County Sunday School Convention, has called a meeting of the officers to be held at the Presbyterian church this city Saturday afternoon to prepare for the next meeting of the association which will be held some time in Sep temben A Representative, qf the Board of Fire Underwriters is in the city getting data preparatory to making another raise in insurance rates. The new insurance laws of the state will probably curb their avaricious appetites. Repuw Today. ftHftyWffio The postaljlaws forbid us send ing papers to subscribers who are more than onn year in arrears, and we must conform to these laws hy August lst,,5We published the letter we revived from the Third Assistant Poimaster General July 1st in these columns, so that you know that ilji? not' us that is urging we can cerftinue to send the paper on to you after that date, btart us a dollar bill today and let ub keep her going. Kentucky Progressives Organizing The school opened up here last big Midway in day and Monday with 21) in attendance. night exhibits. Two big bands to furnish music. The biggest, Miss Gertrude Burton, of Paris, brightest and best Fair in the is visiting her uncle, John Harris State. Come and see the Big at this place. Show of the year. Poultry and Elder Lamerson, of Powell hogs, Floral Hall exhibits anl county, is conducting a meeting everything the best, that can be at Bogie schoolhouse. obtained. Boxes for sale at $5 Bob Bogie has rented the Wm. for the week. Try to get in. and will More interest manifesed than Puckett property ever known before at any Fair. run a boarding house. The best horses in the country. J. D. Puckett is building a Don't fail to attend every day. new residence. Bud Puckett Season tickets now on sale at and Mr. Cassidy are doing the $1.50 and they are going fast. work. Whenthe supply is qut no more The fourth quarterly meeting will 'be offered for sale. Buy will be held at Jackson's Chapthem now. el next Saturday night ind Sunday morning. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. H. J. Parsons will begin a meeting at Kimbrell Chapel on Leslie Combs, who is considered Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of each month. the head of the Roosevelt fol Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenIn a statement issued by ex- lowers in Kentucky, declared that ings. press compaies the contention is a complete organization on per Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. made that the rates proposed by manent lines would be made for the Interstate Com merce Commis- the new Progressive party in the sion would not produce sufficient State, and that candidates for minor offices would be selected revenue to cover the cost of as soon as practicable. the fourth Saturday night. He will be assisted by Rev. Harvey Johnson. 8 New Spring Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. During a meeting in Chicago lasting less than two hours the Democratic National Committee elected William F. McCombs, of New York, chairman, and authorized him to appoint a presidential campaign committee of not less than nine members. John Payne, of Freder- ickton, Ky. gave birth to twin They were boys July 3rd. promptly named Woodrow Wil son and Thomas Marshall. Mrs. i WALDRON and they & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firft coft E. R. W. Cox. of Beattwille. was with H. G. Crabtree a few days the first of the week. Geo. P. Burke, the Rosslyu miller, is in the city today. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. in order to get room for new goods Furnace. News scarce. Miss Ida Baker spent Sunday with Miss Jessie Wierinan. Born, to the wife of Pleas Tip ton, a bov named Elbert Lee. Mrs. Minnie Miller spent Sun day with her aunt, Mrs. Alma coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you snuit of our HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. First come, first goods.They wlllopenyoureyestoan opportunity. Howell. Mr. Charlie Manel. of Irvine. spent Sunday with George Lyle and family. served. SHIMFESSEL'S. returnud home after a two weeks visit in Jackson. Misses Cora Arthur and Mvrtle Crow, of Miller's Creek, Joe Mcintosh and wife and R. 0. New-kir- k and family spent Sunday with J. W, Newkirk. M. Minnie Lvle Miller has Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near bur store we will 'deliver the goods" THE TIMES. I'UllMsm-.!- ' VKItV THURSDAY. Mihscrlption rate! SI a year or three year in advance 82. I. 15. burgher. I'ulilishcr. cond-cliiss Entered nt liiuil matter. Thursday, - July 18, 1012. CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates ith the following papers at prices Mow mentioned : w Ttie Times and Courier-Journ44 41 44 4 al 11.00 ,l " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 90 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 7n 1.00 Inland Farmer !)() American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 The Difference. There is a vast difference be. tween the platforms adopted by t lie Republicans at Chicago and rhe Democrats at Baltimore. The Republican platform is thoroughly reactionary and standpat. It prates about ''protecting American workmen," and "maintaining the American standard of wages,'1 when every citizen knows that both of these are shams ami hypocracics. The .Republican platform also is so that, in the remote of Republican success, it it could be interpreted it any way the high tariff bosses might want it interpreted. The Democratic platform on the other hand, is speciiiu and It promises, not to definite. "revise the tariff," but to "revise it downward." Llere, briefly, are some of the importaut promises in the Democratic document. 1 A tariff for revenue only. Immediate revision downward. Trust controlled products to go on the free list. 2 Civil and criminal prosecution of trusts. Laws to stop monopoly and stock watering. to make the Sherman law effective. A demand for the ratification of the amendments for an income tax and direct election of senators. 4 Publicity for all recommendations on which Presidential appointments are made; also for all campaign funds in national elections. t" Presidential primaries and popular election of national committeemen. Use of money by corporations at elections to be made unlawful. (i A single term for President. 7 Supervision of railroad, telegraph, telephone and express 5 i ates. 8 Revision of the banking laws to prevent concentration and miuif-of money. No government deposits in favored bunks. 0 Laws to improve the rivers e Judge Blak'ey who withdrew from the race for Appellate Judge in the coming Republican primary, is said to not have been so afraid after all of Judge Kirk, his Republican opponent, but was dreading the final race with Judge Hays, who seems certain to bo his Democratic opponent. We doubt if there is a man in Republicans seem to not be makthe United States Senate that ing sure of anything this fall onvoted to retire Senator Lorimer ly that Teddy will run for Presibut what is eqaully as guilty in dent. one way or another as Lorimer The law of supply and demand if Lorimer is guilty as charged. cuts quite a figure in the high Teddy Roosevelt says "1 am recost of living. For example, last sponsible for the unseating of year the potato crop was short Lorimer". Isn't that a sweet and they sold on the local marthing? There has been one hunket for $a 00 per bushel. This dred dullars spent to secure year there is an abundance of Roosevelt's election, to where potatoes and they are worth but there was one spent to secure 50 cents per bushel. Lorimer's. The guilty man always be depended upon to play For one reasou at least Kenthe purity act. Had "he that tucky should b.e proud of her two was without blur" cast the first Senators at Washington. They stone there would have been no each voted to retain Senator Lorcharge against Lorimer. imer. They acted honestly in this case if iu no other. Flour has been held almost to the Colonel Koosevelt is quoted as of high prices, occasioned, it was claimed by the saying, 44If the people want a men who had the wheat in con Progressive party J2il be in it". trol, on account, of the poor wheat Wasn't the word rin" inserted crop in sight, but all of a sudden by a careless stenographer? the outlook for wheat is much One Oklahoma man has a fambetter and prices have dropped ily of twenty children and they way down. Just as we expected, when the millers and speculators are for Wilson. It seems as if 6uicide people are have to buy wheat from the all anti-racnot for Teddy after all. farmers, the price is always low and the crop bountiful, but after The President and the it gets into the hands of the oth each wished the nomier fellows, wheat goes up as does nation ; each has got one. EvHour and the consumer must nay erybody ought to happy and the the high price for his Hour made Democrats are. from the wheat, the farmer sold Mr. Roosevelt is now at work at a low price. on a little steam roller of his A subscriber tells us that it own. Only the whistle has been seems that when the Times man gotten into working order so runs out of anything to print he far. seems to just jump on the good roads question. True enough, but is there any secular subject of more importance before the A great fertilizer, and a hardy people today than the roade? vigorous foraixe plant for hay and Morals, temperance and educa- pubture. Will grow in any soil, tion alone can compare with the even in rocky places. Can be sown subject of good roads. These with spring oats, or sown alone iu May for meHdow, and sown in with are receiving their attention, corn at the. last cultivation. Prices then why not the roads? of Heed, and circular how to crow it sent on request. What's the proper way to wear BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Box UU. the red bandanna as a 6ling. top-notc- Boys, take the life of J. II. MeNamara, convicted at Lexington last week for murder, as a lesson in temperance. MeNamara based his whole dependence in lenity on the fact that he was beastly drunk. He swore in his own behalf that he was born over a saloon, began drinking at live years, and began waiting on customers in the saloon at seven years. He killed Keller at twen-tyears of age without cause except that as he said, and other witnesses swore, he was beastly drunk and had been 60 for a week. Don't, you think i t is time to preach prohibition? Prohibition in spirit and practice. Boys should be raised to not know how liquor tastes and should never take a drink, then they would not be in McNamara's shoes. 'Beware of the lirst drink" should be preached to all boys day in and day out. y The official call for a mass meeting of Roosevelt Progressives in Louisville was signed by over 2,000 voters. In their call they say:. "We know the American people have the capacity to govern themselves without the assistance of political bosses or political machines." They seem to not understand It has heretofore been charged The August election is a new that the election of any Demo- feature with us this year. crat President would cause a panic. It is a foregono concluState of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) ss. sion that a Democrat will be Lucas County. this fall, but say, where Frank J. Cheney makes oath has there panic. been any signs of that he is senior partner of the No fortune teller can tell the future of the Repblican party, ap Rooseveltisin because it ain't going to have Rooseveltism, means that Teddy is the whole any future. thing, boss maclune and every The number of Democrats is thing in politics. It sounds funny to hear one complain of boss- now increasing ns fast as the es and at the same time bo a space on the band wagon will permit. supporter of Teddy. Farm and Stock of (ioods For Sate. 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 postoflice in building. A bargain for some one. Call on T. S. McKinney, Spout Spring, Ky. 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 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. 1880. A- - wOLEASON, (&1.A1.) 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 Family Pills for constipation. firm of F. - Clearance Sale OF SUMMER GOODS. Every thing in Lawiu, Every thing in Summer Hosiery, Every thing in Summer Underwear, Every thing in Silk Petticoats, Every thing in Millinery, . h ' 'j e 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 Odds and in Kimonas,, 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 a 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 Mrs. J. W. Williams. HOPE and prevent Hoods. 10 Restriction of the judiciary to its proper functions. Phillippine independence. Trial by jury in cases of nidi-recontempt. Parcels post and postal cxpios, and extension of rural delivery. Conservation that will not interfere with the rights of bona lide settlers. J2 No abridgement of the right of federal employees to 1 1 ct pe-titi- GOOD METHODS, FACILITIES and $ MILLS FLOTJ IT RISES AWAY ABOVE nil other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she uses the PEAUL Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around Hour on the market and gives your hrei.tl that tempting and delicious lluvor TREATMENT YOU will find them all at the attradt CUSTOMERS. CLAY CITY .NATIONAL BANK v that always delights good the 'over of you use forthe ances. W iedie.-- s id" griev and rj w ii Iw bread when PEAUL flour. the tands loi WiImhi ii Winner. is a c c & i ii j i wwi u a ii it account. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles,. Ky. from th.'s city spent Sunday at Natural Bridge. A truin loud of excursionists nisi came in from Richmond, Irvint PAPER. A HOME-MAand Boattyville from the othei end of the line, besides the hip JULY 18, 1012 THURSDAY, train load from Cinciniriti. The grounds at. this famous report were covered with humanity. LOCAL BREVITIES. DE THE TIMES. Large Crowd at Natural Bridge. J. A. Rogers, .iere Monday. of Xena, was Several (i. A. Cnthtree, of Genet, wns observed on the streets Monday. Hail Carriers Will Fly. The liquids and the di'gcstiU ' wall of the canal into the blood Tie HOW mAo -- ufc. ; WSAIMB. em-en'- s be handicapped by Dr. Martin was a visitor at Mt. ness, bad blood or foul breath. A .Sterling court day, Monday. void these kill hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills New strength, H. G. Orabtree is in Olay counfine complexion, pure breath, ty looking after some timber cheerful spirit things that will men follow their use. Easy, safe, Harlan Blair; of Moroliend, is sure. $!ic at all dealers. visiting his sister, Mrs. A. T. Hot Weather. Whitt. The hottest weather of the City Marshal A. T. l'ettit was summer has prevailed the past in Irvine on business a short time week. The thermometer has not yet reached the one hundred last week. mark, though it has been close to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Coulee, it several days. It was so invisited the former's father, John tensely hot that six hands winkCoulee near Mt. Sterling last ing for the Brodhead-Garret- t Co. week. left their posts Monday. It so Judge T. B. Blukey, ofBeatty-ville- , far has liked several degrees of bus withdrawn his candi- getting as hot as it did last sumdacy for the Republican noniina: mer. tion for Appellate Judge. What Makes a Woman? One hundred und twenty pounds, Mrs. NoahKose and two charming daughters, Misses Gertrude more or less, of bone and niuscle and Vena, visited Mrs. Rose's don't make u woman. Its a good sister, Mrs. A. M. Burgher last foundation. Put into its health and strength and she may rule a week. kingdom. But that's ju.--t what Work in earnest seems to have Hitters gives her. Thoubegun on the new railroad from sands bless them for overcoming Irvine to Winchester. Blasts on fainting and dizzy spells and for the roud can be heard all hours dispelling weakness, nervousness, of the day. Labor at good prices backache and tired, listless, worn is said to be in great demand. out feeling. "Electric Bitters have done me u world of good," writes Difference in Amount of Rain. Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla , "and 1 While on the whole we have thank you, with all my heurt, for had plenty of rain in the county, making such a good medicine.'' though it is much dryer in some Only 50c. Guaranteed by all localities than in others. We have not had near the rain in Clay City that they have had on riillikan Business School, Hardwick's Creek and further up LEXINGTON, KY. The Choice of a Husband Jus. B. H ill, of Lexington, wns is too important a matter for a wo in the city Monday. man to weak- This is an uge of gieat discoveries. Progress rides on the air. Soon we may ecu Undo Sam's mail carriers fixing in all directions, transporting mail. Peorle take a wonderful interest in a discovery that benefits them. That's liy Dr. Kink's Xew Discovery for Coughs, Colds and other throat acd lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America. cured me of a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. .1. F. Davis, Stiekney Corner, Me., "after doctor's treatment and other remedies had failed." For coughs, colds or any bronchial affection its un'.qualed. Price 50c and 81 00. Trial bottle free at all dealers. 'It tii.r.icntary canal paw through tho and takes place .i L c tiled absorption Ah-- r ot iorjtiru the blood curries the foo.1 chiefly from the small intestine. through the body, and each cell takes fioi.i il.c i.ouJ t.ic food ii needs. A puro glyceric! extract made from bloodroot, maini.-.;kc- , ro'.t end goldrn seal nnd sold by druggists for the past forty ycui4 i.r.uir t'.ic n.in.o of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, gives uniformly cxeciL. t rst.!ts a: a tonic to help in the assimilation of the food and in the obsorplio.i by the iiI od of the food it requires. Eradicate the poisons from the blood wi'.'i t'lh alterative extract which docs not shrink the white blood corpuscles, because containini! no alcohol or other injurious ingredients, lhus tnc houv can be mult strong to resist disease. This is n 'tunic token from up Nature's garden that builds up those weakened by disease. Dr. Pierce, founder of the Invalids' hotel at Muflalo, N.Y., has received many letters similar to the following : Mr. FriED II. MuNTto. of Pnraillc, N. 5?.. writes: "I take Rrrat In rloa.uroin writinir you as ri'ijartls my rata nnd Its cure. dreadful conwith Ttiphnul f'cvrr, whkh put me In a dition. I was irrnk, nm cmrn, f mma and ym ridurnl to a mcra I hail tried most everything ftUUttm. could pet but nothing did mu nny Rood until, at lait. i wan mivisel to try Or. Pierce's OnMen Medical Discovery, ami 'IMca&nnt lvliets,' which I did. Itefore luul used ono bottle 1 pnw n (Treat improvement and when I had used this treatment two months, uslnc only a fiw vials of "Pleasant Pellets,' returned to perfect health. rannot find wnnls to rxpre-- s my thankfulness foe this wonderful medirine. I ndviso all fiuircicrj Lu wriLa La Dr. B. V. Pierce, as lio curcj when other fall." F. E. Munko, Esq. i 1 1 1 1 'i rK When in Need of Builder's Hardware, A For Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, chic- - 'hr nt of n "capcy' 'a clctroys the worms aid saves t:is chick's life. A ti-f ip la the drinklnj watei flow! th Pn-Vutt- Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, TS SiMrJi yi,yii w5i: n-- d CURES and GAPES ilia' isr., roup, cnoier chicle diseases. One 50c Doiile of Bonrbcn Poultry Cure i,!.. anii a Even' pnupiy rMs ,i iihnM keep freebottle ol sample ,,.'.!;. '.i.. 1 i u' i (or Fowls." Adares., UoolsU-- on "Di.MN 1 t ! Mukes J2 Cul ons of Medicine. LtrTgton, Grubbs & Benton, j BO'JilBOK KrKEih' r.K-K'ft-, Ky. Cor. Main and Broadway, Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried mid 1 have been in the poultry business for forty years. .Mrs. ueo. Ji. iiapier, llarus-towKy. n, i Winchester, - Ky. I have nowl used iJourbtm Poultry Cure two yenri and 1 just eotild not rainc any chickens without it. huve not hud a ease of pipes since I liepui usiun it. Mr. W. P. linieey, llasker-ville, Va. SOLD BY C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our new ntouk of Stiiuiner Roods the river. While here we have BOOKKEEPING, had enough rain to keep crops SHORTHAND, growing, there has been but u TYPEWRITING. few times, and a few hours at a time at that, in which it was too This school has turned out huu dreds of men and women who wet to plow since corn was plant 3fc STRAWBERRY PLANTS are successes. It willinuke ed in the Spring, while in other a success of you. Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, portions of the county it has been Roses, Peonies, Phlox. too wet for days at a time. Fruit and Shade Trees! Spriii; and to v ill and get our prices. You are also invited and get prices on anything eke that you may need. We try to keep every thing the people want. Every one should be interested in learning where they can get the most for their monand nee Insect Bite Costs Leg. A Boston man lost his leg from Write for Catalogue. ORCHARD, I: cry thine ey, and where tiiey can get merchandise that will best niit them. as For LAWN and GARDEN. NO AGENTS. It takes a little time to look around and satisfy yourself to the bite of an insect two years fore. To be- avert such calamities from stings and bites of insects use liucklen's Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison und prevvnt swelling and puin. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 2r cents at "11 dealers. Railroad Buys Ties Here: The L. &. N. Railroad which is FREE CATALOG. H. F. Hillennieyert5c Sons, Lexington, Ky. where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know, "Money saved is money made". A stated above, we try to keep every thing the people want. We can not, though, here eall attention to every thing, but will mention the following lines S which wo 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 und shiny leathers in shoes, boots and low cuts. "Walk-Ove- r Tah. One Fain Pill, MWJW??TT"?rf7r?T5S.TJnrJS M then TaKe It i i CAPITA T.. STOCK, 8100.000 ;i tit SURPLUS AND UN- it inVIDISO PROFITS. UOU.OOU K 2 building a railroad from Winchester to Irvine has bought three thousand ties from dealers in this city und is floating them down the river to Vienna where they are at work on their bridge across lied river. ' Camp Meeting. n 5; better than For Nouralcia, nothing is ?J pi Winchester Bank. OF WlNOHHTKK, tub shoes lot Men we have them in all the new Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n KY. Used by thousands for a generation Pills The big camp meeting at Camp-towill begin Saturday, July 27th, 1012 and continue for three weeks or more. Lending ministers of dill'oront denominations will bo on hund. Everybody is invited to attend these 'services und help to make tho big meeting a success. There is plenty of ground for parties attending to strotoh touts and live at home during the meoting and at odd times to view the surrounding territory which is said to be fine sconory. Those who have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told how necessary it is to secure relief. The easiest way out of neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles' Auti-I'ai- n Pills. They have relieved sufferers for so many years that they have become a household necessity. "I havo token Dr. Miles' Antl-Fal- n Pills for Ave yearn and they are the only thing that does me any good. They have relieved neurulgla In my head In fifteen minutes. I have alxo taken them for rheumatism, headache, pains In the breast, toothache, earache and pains In the bowels and limbs. I have found nothing to equal them and they are all that is claimed for them." J. W. 8EDCIB. Blue Springs, Mo. At all druggists 25 dotes 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. R N. llOI.I.Y WlTIIHKHl'OON, PlIKH, t; W. R. KeiiAii. Oahuikk. V styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we havo them in them in Unand at prices to suit all. We popular colors and latest in make-no- , also take measures for 13 made-to-ord- suits and guan.ntee a perfect YOUR ACCOUNTS KOUICITKU 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. lit. Millinery Goods Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands bavo testified. our line of Ladies' and (.cuts' Furnishings, Ruin coats Work Pants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wull Paper, Sewing f Machines, Buggies, & etc., & eto. In fact see us for am thing you See need, us we cun save you money. Watch for our speeiul sale days ads in other columns ot" this paper. T k is the FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE best tndlcuio ever sold over a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. C3Q& ILUE GRASS FAIR Seventh Annual Exhibition Opens At Lexington,N Monday, August 12th. CO;JTIfil)ES FOR SIX DAYS C'cac aid Better Than Ever This Year ing Numerous Attractions, IncludInnes' Great Orchestral Band, the Greater Parker Shows and Big Free Attractions. The newspapers of the country, in commenting on Bandmaster Innes' appointment as Director-In-Chie- f of Music at tho World's Fair held last summer at Seattle, Wash., proclaimed him one of the really great bandmasters of the world. That he Is indeed so Is best evidenced by the regard in which he is held by great musicians throughout the continent and by his ability to visit a city year after year and be welcomed by ever increasing multitudes. The longer Innes remains in a city, the more he Is appreciated. Ho Is resourceful and versatile and ever on the lookout for some musical novelty. Vice Commodore, His programs, paradoxical as the Cochato, John A. McKeiTon, etc. Mr. David M. statement may seem, are a delight to alike. Look, of New York, donates a season the musical and to the great horse Ulngen (sire of the champion light harness horse of the world Uhlan). Tho Fair will be open cd on Monday, August 10th, nt 2 p. m., vhen as aUractlve racing program has been arranged. Interesting show rings will be seen, and Innes" great band with Miss Heatrico Van I.oon, soprano, will be heard. The Greater Parker Shows, tho greatest on the road, will hold forth In '(nyety Lane," with the cleanest and best shows over shown to a Kentucky audience. One Tuefcday, the 13th, the big mule rhow, always a most Interesting feature ot the lllue firass Fair, will be Fhown, and Heresford cattle will alsc bo seen. Various classes for sheep and swlnf will be judged In the pens, and tlu p sultry and pigeons will be Judced I the poultry house. The 1012 divlson of tho meat futurity will he uhowii in the attornocn. This ring last yeai proved the greatest show ever seen al any Fal- l- there being ."1 exhibits an taking three hours for the jmWs U place the ribbons. Great show ringIn other classes, three free attractions Bandmaster Innes. two big hands, two soprano Fingers will help till out the day's program Innes Indeed Is known as tho King of On Wedneedny morning tho breed Program Makers. If some composiing classes for Standard bred horses tion given Is above the heads of some n mentioned above, classes for Jack of his auditors, a catchy encore Is will be shown In front ol elverly stock, H Introduced, which, while the ginnd rtaiul. Famous Blue Grass Stake Wednesday In the afternoon tho famous lllue sad ilk Glass Stake for horses, which always produces tin McCall best been. anywhere In the world. Thlf btake always gives us a spirited and For Women exciting contest, and brings out s Have More Friends than any other large Held. magazine or patterns. McCall's Tho yearling division of the Saddk is the reliable Fashion Guide I Fo Futurity, which Is a renewal monthly in one million one hundred thousand homes. Besides showc' ' H'll show should bo proven a ing all the latest designs of McCall Including as it does tht Patterns, each issue is brimful of v liieiK ti last year and many others sparkling; short stories and helpful '' iiu: - tiny Is always the big day and information for women. 3xtr pior.'ai' has been arranged Save Montr and Keep in Style by subwill bo taken up wltt scribing lor McCall's Msgazirje at once. Costs lounvn only 30 cents a year, Including any one of t' bip i'.vrf cl'iffPN for Amerlcai the celebrated McCall Patterns free. llnr es, tlio n':ios for which McCall Patterns Lead all others In style, and r imrticulu.lt rich nni dash-ablii, simplicity, economy and numbrr sold. More dealers sell McCall Patterns tlun any to bring af'otit a majnl'lcen. 'a!n other two makes combined. None higher than , I . flvo-galte- d Lexington, Ky. Since Its organization In 1000, the Blue (irass fair has taken full rank with the largest and the host of the State Fairs and Expositions of the country. It has very justly become known as the greatest horse show in the world. It is the only Fair which offers a full quota and a classification for breeding classes of the three great breeds of American horses, as well as show classes, simplified and arranged in a manner which makes their distinction clear. Pitched on a larger and more extensive scale than ever before, with the certainty of increased interest on account of various added features, this year's Fair promises to eclipse all previous records. Numerous additions and improvements have been made In matter of show rings and amusement features have been secured of a kind and to sin extent that justify the belief that the Fair will prove not only more valuable than ever to the live stock interests of Kentucky, but also more attractive to those who visit It. In addition to the weanling and yearling divisions of tho great Saddle Horse Futurity, three stakes are offered in tho show classes for Saddle Horses. Attractive Program Each Day. One of the most attractive programs for the week will be on Wednesday wheu the classes for standard bred horses will be shown. In addition to the cash premiums offered seasons to the leading horses in service are donated by various owners and should attract tho attention of the entire horse world. Besides, such great performers and sires as Kentucky Todd, Walnut Hall, , (the sire of the Harvester 2:01) for roadsters, three and koiTps, and lino harness horses. devoted tc Friday morning will-bJersey cattle, which Is always a gooc fUow as tho best herds In state meei here. In tho afternoon Shetland ponies, it addition to racing and a varied pro gram of show elassos. Thoroughbred Day Saturday. Saturday Is always known as Thor oughbred Day when we see rings which bring together many of the most famous thoroughbred horsei from the greatest nurseries in Kentucky. Tho afternoon program Is one of the most Interesting of the entire week, as it Includes all the championships lu which final contests occur between the winners of the individual "lassps during the preceding days of the Fair. The rule governing there lasses require all animals eligible t.i show in these rings, or forelt money won in the previous shows and this rule will he strictly adhered to, thereby assuring large fields and affording the public the opportunity of seeing the winners brought together. The American Saddle Horse Hreed-sr- s Association Special, for which a magnificent trophy Is offered, for nest stallion or mare three years old and under, will bo contested on this the last afternoon. The week promises to be not only a ?ala one In Lexington, but record breaking In the history of the Blue Grass Fair. five-galt- d e shown In front of stand. In thi aftf noon will be witnessed tho Junloi Chi- - ploushlp Stako for ..Vie horses and an excellent pro nam for racing, varied show classci lo flve-galt- good music, full of rhythm and melody, directly appeals to everyone without exception. It is in fact this quickness of response to tho unspoken thought of his listeners that has entrenched him so firmly in the hearts of his admirers. Innes' coming engagement the week of August 12 to 17 at the Blue Grass Fair, accompanied as he will be by the players full strength of his sixty-twand several notable Grand Opera Artists, promises to be an occasion of more than local interest. o BIG FLORAL PARADE The Blue Grass Fair will, on Monday, August 12th, put on one of the most unique and largest attractions ever attempted by any association, that of a decorated floral parade of automobiles, when it Is expected there, will be 100 or more cars beautifully decorated with artificial flowers. Large prizes In cash will be awarded, and, as the competition is open to all, this should prove one of the most beautiful pageants ever witnessed. Don't forget the date, Monday morning, August 12. For information regarding designs, cost of same, and prizes offered, address the Secretary, John W. Bain, Lexington. Ky. offer for sale at Public Auction to tho highest bidder, on n credit of six months, nt tho Court House door, Stanton, Ky., tho property mentioned in the Judgment, Said land is situnted in Powell county, Ky., and known as the unsold lands in the three miles Forgo circle, a description of which is set out by meets and bounds in a deed fromThos Dewit Ouyler to F. B. Russell recorded in the Powell county clerk's office. There is excepted out of the property to be sold nil property in Clay City nridnllmincr-n- l and oil rights which wns reserved in the conveyance to the defendant J. M. Kennon; or sufficient thereof to produce $321.02, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to givu 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 be retained on the property sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. ROMULUS JACKSON, Muster Commissioner Powell C. C. to-w- it: FOR SALE. Stock of nierohandis, houee and lot ni railroad in Powell county, doing good business. Doubled money invested in six moths, part cash, balance on time. Apply at Times olliee for further information, Clay City, Ivy. gap in cliff, thence nu eastern cotirso with said cliff and down the point to a beech corner continuing the same course to a beech corner at the branch ; thence K. G K. 22 poles to a beech, N. 45 E. 40 poles to n beech, thence N. 80 E. 40 poles to a stake S. 40 poles to Smith corner; thence with his line south to a set stone nt Smith house, thence west to the county rond Alex. Smith lower corner; thence up the hill to the top of the limestone cliff; thence with the meanders of same south to .loo Willoughby 'a line to a pine corner on top of limestone cliff, thence to the beginning containing 416 acres be the same more or less ; or sullieient thereof to produce 31.').r0, so ordered to be made. The purchnser 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 the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply witii these terms. A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. Alien will be retained on the lnnd sold till all the purchase money is paid. o Commissioner's Bond payable to Commissioner. ROMULNS JACKSON, J'viccll Circuit Court. Master Commissioner Powell C. C. Sale, INNES AND HIS BAND One of the Big Musical Attractions at the Blue Grass Fair. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Oaar Scott & Co., Plaintiffs, versus Chas. lioundtree, &c, Defendants. Notice of Sale in Equity. 15y virtue of a judgment and order of successfully. Write for particu sale of the Powell Circuit Court, renlars or call at our plant. dered nt the June term, 10112, there Brick & Tile Red of in the above cause, the under signed will on the 6th day of Aug. Company, 1011, tit 1 o'elodk p. h., or thereabout, KENTUCKY. STANTON, (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six mouths, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned Very Serious in the judgment, It is a very serious matter to ask OVER 66 YEARS' The tract of land described in the pefor one medicine and have the EXPERIENCE tition, being known as the laud bought wrong one given you. For this from XV. S. 'Colon, containing 11 acres reason we urge you in buying to more or less in Powell county, Ky., on be careful to get the genuine the waters of Brush creel; beginning 011 said creek riiuuiugMUitlicuHt to a ridge BLAcT-DRAUGr-lT to a stake, thence east to a stake in a trade marks hollow, tlieuee north of said hollow to Designs Liver Medicine Copyrights Ac. the creek, thence west down the creek Anrnne senrtlntr a fketeh and description may ojrertulii our opinion free whether au j or sullicient thereof to the beginning quickly The reputation of this old, reliaInvention Is probably patentable. Oiniimintrn. tlnusstrictlyconlldeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patents to produce $707.01, so ordered to be ble medicine, for constipation, sent free. Oldest avency for securing putents. and liver trouble, is firmPatents taken throuitli Munn A Co. receive made. tptctal netlcs, without charge, lu tba ly established. It does not imitate The p.iri'hiiser will bo required to other medicines. It is better than Scientific give bond, with approved security, for others, or it would not be the fathe payment of the purchase money, to A handsomely Itlnstrated weekly. J. unrest cirvorite liver powder, with a larger culation of any srientllln journal. Terms, ti a have tlie force and effect of a Replevin sale than all others combined. 91. boiu oyan bond, bearing leuil interest from the yean ionr monius,361Bro.dw.y. newsdealers. SOLD IN TOWN MUNN&C0 Fa day of sale, according to law. Branch Office. eUVBU, Washington, I. i Hiddors will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the property sold till all the purpliase money is paid. SlWflRY OF L. & E. TlflE TflgLE. Homl payable to Commissioner. West-Bounl. Effective May 28, lull. ROMULUS JACKSON, Muster Coin'r Powell Circuit Court. No. 2, No. No. :s, 4, No. 1, Stations. Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily to-w- Powell County Deposit Bank, Plaintiff, versus Malinda Miller, etc., Defendants. Notice of Stile in Equity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered nt the June Term, 1912, thereof in the above cause, the nnders'gned will 011 tho 0th 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 tho highest bidder, on a credit of six months, nt the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, A tract or parcel of land situated on Cane creek, Powell county, Ky., and bounded as follows: Beginning at a beech tree corner between Clambers and Alonzo Willoughby ; thence S. 62 W. to top of limestone cliff and to the center of the ridge, thence with the meanders of the ridge to chimney rock thence W. to dogwood corner, S. Wills and J. B. Peters; thence running north to top of ridge to Myers' corner to beach ; thence with line same course to Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. Bj' the use of drain tile you can py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits nir to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the 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 turn that low, wet, useless, swam- River to-w- BBBBBBBBBBBBBW American. Knst-Hoiiiii- Commissioner's Sale. 1. Powell Circuit Court. Uussell, Plaintiir, versus Defendant. J. M. Kennon, Notice of Sale in Kpuity. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the March 'Perm, 1012, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on theOth day of August, I OK', nt 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will proceed to V. B. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. G:iJ5 l::jf 2:17 2:or) 2 :4!i 3: 0r 7:20 8:():t Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. CLAY 8:18 8 ::i2 Jnnetinn, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7 :217 4:50 4:37 4 :22 Iudiun Fields, Stanton, McCall's Magazine and Patterns :i:2l ::ir 8 :5o CITY, .i:00 .):IT) 21:28 :j : 17 :j :)2 !:12 !i :'J" - b Ropelyn, Fil son, Cnmpton Jr.iieMon, Natural Bridge, 7:1 it 7:10 7:05 I! 4:05 3:50 3:51 3 :45 3 21 :S!l (i :42I 0 :4() (5:25 (! :25 4:01 4:2ft :!. .i:2." -- H:44 10:(U 10 :37 :i r 1 Torrent, Beuttyvillo .let, O. & K. :03 Junction, 11:25 Jackson, Quieksiiiid, 5:io 5 :U5 3:12 2 :5l 1:57 1 :50 1:25 f c fci:')W. 5 cettts. lluy from your dealer, or by mail from Pi wjiiiuy obtained tu all countries o ISO raVMLtntiul I'otiwrlirliLa (viri. Model or Kioto, tor tuned. Krnd FKIK IPOaTontijLt.'titAtinitv- - PftLfttitnrItn exclusively. SANK MriBIHOIS. 8rnl a rents In stumps for Inralnakle book Wlileli ones will nay. to get a partner, patent Uw and other How raluaule Information. ril. Thi! cJwrttM for aiiQJt Horn Cuttle tvh.'ch Blunts psodiice a show of Shou J'friw wt.l worn a t.!p of marv mile !u'..-:i- . t in Luer ou.ila. ll r kCALL'S MAGAZINE '."'JO W. 37th St, Now York City D. SWIFT t4 PATINT LAWYERS, 303 Seventh St.. WaaUaatan. D. f!. k CO. CONNECTIONS. LKXlNf'sTON: Train No. I will make connection nt Lexington with the tor J.otijfvilh', Ky. No. will inuko connection with the j. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CAMP ION JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, and 4, will make witii Mountain Central Hallway to and from Campton. BHATT WILLE JUNCTION: Trains Non. I, 2 und will muko with the I., fc A. Railway for Beattyvillo. & K. JUNCTION: Trni-- s O. Nob. 2, 8 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Ruilway for funnel City, Ky. and O. it K. fetation. CIIAS. SCOTT, Oeu'l IWngcr Agent; 25 21 21 con-mcti- con-iifiitio- n