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STANTON COLLEGE FALL TERM OPENS examinations. MONDAY, SEPTEHBER firs! class certificates. and, lmited 1912 1. Large per cent of our Students take dormitory facil tics, thf! he.l schnnl !n Krnttirtv CanMn fieiil(. Sncn'al wnrlr ranttes from Primary throuch Hinh Schnnl. terms low. Write for rates to p. One of J. ... r ... r .: i n.ev. j. .. p . hakh ru rresidcnt, nAiNLCT, n ! r. Stanton, Ky. Powell Corn the Best. conceded fact that tucky corn makes far hotter meul than does the Western corn. There is plenty of home raised corn in this county, especially in It is ii Ken- the eastern portion. Mr. Burke, Rosslyn miller, the says he has not yet ground any Western corn and will not have to this season, as he has plenty of Powell county corn in sight to supply his tra.lc: for the entire season. With Powell county corn and ground on lnihr stones with water power, we would like to know how the the Burke meal can be equalled anywhere. If our people want the best in corn meal they will call for Burke's meal. It is or should be sold at every store in the county. Powell county people should call always for Powell county products and in this way help to build up Powell county enterprises. well-known 'Everybody wutits a daily paper during the campaign and we have arrangements to supply you with the Louisville Evening Post from now until after the election, November loth, and the Times one year both for $1.00. This is a bargain that every newspaper reader should take advantage of. Several of our residents have taken advantage of summer prices on coal and are laying in their supply of fuel for winter. Now The Time. Suckers Bor Faster Than Ever. Kentucky Has flood Coal Year. Manv farmers are now throimh One hundred ind twenty mil- The coal mined in Kentucky with their crops and others will lion dollars was died from the in 1011 amounted to i:;.70l.X:5!) finish in a few davs. This seems American people duriut; the last short tons, valued at the mines trf bo an opportune time to begin fiscal year byiswindlers who op- - at $W,0I7.217, according to a working the ro.ids, as the sooner crated lanrelyithrouuh the I'nit- - statement of Kdward W. Parker, ill ed Status malls, according to a !.just issued by the Pnited State they are worked, the better be their condition when winter statement jiisriinade m a formal Geological Survey. This was a comes. Fanners have been so roport to General decrease compared with the busy this sprim: that it would Hitchcock. for 11)10 of 1)2(5, ISO short have seemed unreasonable to ask This was ariVincroase ofapprox tons, which, considerim: the abthem to do any thiim that would imately $50,000,000 in the agme normal increase 111 1010 due to divert their time from their gate of the pt vious year. strikes in other crops. Now that crop time is Of those who are alleged to States, is considered small. bout passed work on our roads have operaf;!1 the fraudulent Mr. Parker savs, the should begin. We hope to see schemes J,0(ijJ;were arrested by year 1011 maybe considered as every road overseer leave, his ' postollice inspectors. generally satisfactory to the road in one condition for the win-- ' Thev included persons in all industry of Kentucky, ter, that is a ditch on each side walks of life .merchants and me. for in both production and value and oval shaped between these chanics, politicians and profes there was a substantial increase ditches. This is not impossible sional men, pkupers and million- - over any year prior to 1010. ComWith the aires and should be done. pared with 11)07, when the preroads in this condition you will The report?' says that these vious maximum tonnage was rehear less complaint this winter fraud manipit ators, who usually corded, the production in 15)11 from mud roads than ever be- exploit bogu mines, fake reme. showed an increase of nearly.',-000,00tons in quantity ami of fore. dies and w ihless lands, con more than .f2,200,000 in value. stitute a distinct class of Today. Renew number The postal1 laws forbid "tis"serid-inemployed in the coal mines of Kentucky in to subscribers who are papers Big show in town today. 1911 was 21,821 ; about morn than one yeur in arrears, and It is the Texas I. X. L. Kanch these worked ten hours,half of we must conform to these laws by about show and promises to be very ennine hours a day, and We published the August 1st. tertaining. They will siive two the others eight hours letter we received from the Third a day. performances here today and two The average production Assistant Postmaster General July for each at Stanton tomorrow. man in thes mines was about (52N 1st in these columns, so that you know that it is not us that is urging Katon is very sick tons for the year and : ii tons for Mrs. O. 0. you to pay up so we can centinue at her home in this city. to send the paper on to you after PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE that date. Start us a dollar bill today and let us keep her going. In To Be I . Po-timtpro-ductio- n i u a-- Death of .Mr. Hurst. j Hurst at hi-- I city Tud.i.v at S i. 111. after a liniicriiu illness of several weeks duration. He years old and is by a wife and several The remains will be to Flat Woods, Midison conn- ty today for burial. R Mr. J. home in thi- - iir-viv- chM-'dretak-,(1- 1 1 Alto-e- ther, J coal-mini- 0 g e of-me- for each workingdav. New minim; and d"velopmeuwill, it is believed. lt in ul stantial gains in production in the near future. Kentucky is one of the leading States in the minim; of coal Lithe use of machines, ranking next to Ohio in the percentage of machine-minetonnage to the to.tal production. In 15)1 mote than (." per cent, of the output, or 5),O02,2SS short tons, was mined by machines. The proportion of Kentucky coal that is Mint the solid is also much less than in the neinhborim: States, whei' 'the use of minim: machinery has not been so highly developed. tran-portati- - re-ti- -- d 1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 2nd and :ird Sabbath- - t each month. Prayer .Meeting", Wednecdiiy even- one-fourt- h ings. Hev. .1. (. llanlev, Pastor. Held El POWELL COUNTY, ALKiUST 3, 1912 WALDRON & JOHNSON New Spring Millinery Ju received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firft coil in order to get room for new goods hereby certify that the lowing persons have duly quali fied as Democratic candidates forjudge of the Court of Appeals in the Seventh Appellate District, and that their names will appear on the ollicial ballot to bo voted for in the primary of of above date under devico of game chichen cock : J. Smith Hays, Winchester, Ky. 0. O. Turner, Mt. Sterling, " I fol- tJ ' i Waltersville, Ky. i ' 1 We carry a full line of d'eneral Meivhandii-- e and t, t are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are I also certify that the follow-in- g person has duly qimlilied as Republican candidate forjudge of the Court of Appeals in the Seventh Appolhito district, ami that his name will appear on the official ballot to bo voted for in the primary of abovo date under the devico of Log Oitbin : Andrew J. Kirk, Paintsvillo, Ky. Saving Money. If you are not already one of our in iny pleased customers, come round rome day and give oar place a look through and let us price you some of our goods.They willopenyotireyestoan opportunity. You can do the same thing. coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. First come, first Witness my hand this July 2!kd, 1012. J. W. Woolery, Powell County Court. Clerk For Sale. served. SHIMFESSELS. House of six rooms and two lots in Clay City for sale. Price Silo. cash, balance on rent, 85 per month. This iB very terms Apply at this cheap property. One-thir- Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver thegoodt-'- ' S )E' office. Subscribe for. the Times. 3p I 0 trust has piled up profits of $40, (111,028. Last year the Standard Oil Company, of New Jersey, the company which distributed diviruiiusmu' vkkv tiiuusday. dends for the trust under the old Mibscription rates SI a year nr three regime, paid out profits of $$$), vears in advance Si. IW,IV2Q. Thus it is apparent that "dissolution" decrees ure K. Uurnhcr, Publisher. highly profitable to such law deEntered as mnll matter. fying monopolies as the Standard THE TIMES. I- - M'coiul-clns- si Thursday, - July 1012. Oil Company. Many Republicans say they CLUB HATES. will vote f(Sr Wilson because in For the convenience of our Taft they don't concede to have we have arranged club rate a Republican candidate. We'll with the following papers at prices accept, their vote alright, but below, mentioned : will deny the charge that Taft is The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 not a Republican, because he is " Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 in every sense that the word " Louisville Herald 90 The trouble is many lion-es- t sub-Mnberal np-plie- s. " " " Inland Fanner Jloiueand Farm 75 1.00 !)() " American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 7o e, United States Senator LaFol-lettin the closing chanter of his autobiography, which has been running in the American magnzine, and which shortly will appear in book form, tells of what he considers to be the one big issue now confronting the American people. He says : "In twenty-livyears of political struggle 1 have found the great issue overshadowing all or Tiers to be the encroachment of the few on the rights of the many. All the issues of today at e phases of this one great question. How shall the individual, the fanner, the worker, and all those who pay tribute, be set free from the unjust exactions of thetariil", the railroads, and other forms of oppression by special interests. "When Roosevelt became President the stock and bond issues of the trusts and corporations in the country was $3,784,000,000. When he turned the country over to Taft this capitalization had risen to .$31,072,000,000, seventy jter cent, of which is water. "The people of this country are paying dividends on all this watered stock, in the form of necessarily high prices for the things they eat, use and wear." e Republicans are just now realizing what they have been voting for and ure now determined to vote riglit, that their eyes have been epened. The bosses of the Hooseveltpar-tare the worst kind of bosses. They are d. y Some of the church members of Olay City are apparently very derelict of duty. Every member of a church should feel and know that it is their duty to creditably maintnin its organization, and if ench individual member will do his wirt the churc will stiller. If somj of the lady nipinlinrs would sle to it that they keep up their cud of the church work in the lame style as thov manage to dresf themselves and if some of the male members would conclude that they could as to nav even ii fiord much to the support of the church ns they do to the support of the saloons, the churches of Clay City would soon be in a ilounshin pmidirinn. Social affairs well cared for first, then we'll do what we can for our church, seems be the rule in Cl.iy City with cfnrm mombfirs. and this rule if much further indulged in, will result, in supplantim: the church with social atlairs aitogeiner one-hal- f last week to look after some tim -. ber interests. Mrs. Asa Snowden, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. mil Mrs. A. J. Barnett near Spout Spring. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barnett. Sunday at dinner entertained in their usual fine way the folMr. and Mrs. Win. lowing: Mount., Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tip-toMr. and Mrs H. G. Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs. Ike BarneU, Mrs. Emma Mountz and family, Mr. J. W. F. Williams; and Mr. Joe Mount?, of Vaughn's Mill. G. O. P.'s moaning; Old Party. Good-b- y State of Ohio, City SWEET CLOVER A great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous forace plant for hay and pasture. Will grow in any soil, even in rocky places. Can bo sown with spnng oats, or sown alone in May for mendow, and sown in with corn at the last cultivation. Prices of seed, and circular how to crow it sent on request. BOKHARA of Toledo, ) ss. ) Lucas County. makes oath Frank .1. Cheney 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 IIUNDHED DOLLARS for each and every case of Cntarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before nie and subscrib-ein my presence, this (ith day of December, A. D. 1880. A. W. GLEASON. (seal) Notary Public. d SPOUT SPRING. Mrs. H. F. Christopher is very sick at this writing. T. S. and Joe McKinney made a business trip to Winchester the first of the week. Shelf McKinney and Win. Edge are attending Circuit court at Irvine this week as jurors. J. D. Twyman and D. C. Haggard, of Ciark county, were here he made Tuesday and picked up a drove of lv vie! tPi bore where many friends. 100 sheep. I tucky to live. I. N. Orsborne was here last week and bought several sheep He paid 5i cents and lambs. lambs. for the Word has been .received here from Bayard O. Rogers, of In diana, that he is seriously afflict ed with appendicitil and willun dertro an operation fpr relief. Mr Rogers married Mils Sallie Bar nett, daughter of Audy Barnett, of this place. He has frequent 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 Drupgists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for SEED CO.. Falmouth, Ky. constipation. Box 99. Clearance Sale OF Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Garrett DarHngsville. of Irvine, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Moses Mrs. Ellen McKinney visited relatives at Irvine and in Madi McKinney. son county last week. Bennie Barnett who moved 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, . . H. G. Crabtroflino .returned from this place to Illinois last fall has returned again to Ken- - from Clay county where he went BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing i . The practical wisdom of Governor Wilson's nomination is asserting itself more every day. Of all the men who were available for Mie Democratic nomination none were so well (iortilied as the New Jersey man to meet the requirements of the country and the party. That he has the confidence of the business interests is proven by the fact that his nomination did not cause the slightest stir in those financial centers which are supposed to be the business of the country. All the big corporations are working almost to the limit of their capacity despite the ell'orts of some Republicans to make it appear that business is already lettum up. Every day sees the conversion of some influential Republican to the Governor's allegiance. Among the latest of theso is 0'. R. Crane, the Chica-gwho long supported Koosovelt. Added to these favorable signs the government crop reports ino multi-millionaire Monday, August 12th, 1912 America's Greatest Horse Show 5 BigSaddlellorseSta Every thing in Muslin Underwear, Every thing in Dressing Sacks, Every thing in Kimonas, Odds and Ends in Corsets, Spldiil '6! Display of hverj 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. INNES BAND OF AMERICA Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. See the Big Floral Parade First Day Reduced Rates of all Roads. For Catalog or further information address Mrs. J. W. Williams. JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Kentucky. GOOD METHODS, FACILITIES and 1 HOPE & MILLS FliOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of flour with the housewife who loves good home, made brend when she uses the PKAUL flour. Its uniform quail-t- y mid excellence never disappoints her. It is the beet all around flour on the market und gives yolirbreud (hat tempting and delicious flavor thut always delights the 'over of gupd bread when you use tint PKAUL flour. dicate that a bountiful harvest v. ill be gathered, so it appears that even I'rovidenco is smiling down on the New Jersoy's can-didac. TREATMENT .attract CUSTOMERS. YOU will find them all at the CLAY, CITY NATIONAL BANK The Standard Oil Company's profit figiut's for tho six months ended July first the lirst six months of operution under the ' terms of tho Supreme Court's dis. solution di'ciee show that tin which is seeki.ng YjCUR .bank account. 1 Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, II Ky. THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. - THURSDAY, Notwithstanding the whole Dngdnysbegin today and will last for forty days. Many are antici- season has been attended with pating a drouth from this date. much rain, the river his not been up for several weeks though it reHaying season has begun with muddy all the time. PAPER. the fanners. The huy crop in mains flail Carriers Will Fly. this county was never better and This is an age of great discoverJULY 25, 1012 all that will keep farmers from raising enough to supply the ies. Progress rides on the air. home demand is because- they enough aitros in meadow. The Choice of a Husband is too important a mutter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness, bad blood or foul breath. these killhopes 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. 25c at all dealers. LOCAL Miss is BREVITIES. have not Soon mail we may see Undo Sam's direc- carriers flying in all Hettie Blair, of Morehead visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. T. Whitt. A Mr. Pence, representing the Hanna Paint Co., was in the city Miss Maude Monday. Fletcher is visiting the family of A. C. Barrow Hedges, Ky. at Miss Grace Shimfessel is in Winchester visiting Miss Carrie Belle McPherson. Mrs. Silas Hammons continues in a critical condition with little hope for recovery. Misses Ethel and Betsy John son are visiting their uncle, John Oonlee, in Montgomery county. Mr. and Mrs. Jefi Martin, of Stanton, spent Tuesday with the former's brother, Dr. Martin Misses Reese Shimfessel and Grace Martin are visiting Mis3 Hattie Knox, at Levee, and at tending the Montgomery county Fair. Jeff Merril, of Winchester, died of typhoid fever and was brought to Powell's Valley Sat urday for burial. Deceased was to Paul Tipton, a brotber-in-lawho lives near this city. w People tions, transporting mail. take a wonderful interest in a discovery that benefits them. That's why Dr. Kink's New Discovery for Coughs, Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America. cured me of a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. F. Davis, Stiekney Corner, Me., "after doctor's treatment and other remedies had failed." For coughs, colds or any The building of railroads seems bronchiul affection its um.qualed. to flood the country with tramps Price 50c and $1 00. Trial bottle and beggars for something to eat. free at all dealers. This has become a. nuisance in Clay City sim-- the extension of the L. & E. With the building of the new line from Winchester V to Irvine, which is so near us, we may expect to be tor- 4 mented until this road is completed, which will be something down the throat of a "capey' like two years yet. chicken destroys the worms e This is the reason why women have " nerves." When thoughts begin to grow cloudy and uncertain, impulses lad and the warnings of pain and distress arte sent like flying messages throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a womanwill lay the cause of the trouble to surnc defect at the point where she first felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensation n( irritability or twitching and uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong with the head or back, a woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often centers in the womanly organs. In nine cases out ol ten the seat of the difficulty is here, and a woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflammation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and systematically. Dr. Pierce, during a lorvJ period of practice, found that a prescription mads from medicinal extracts of native roots, without the use of alcohol, relieved over 90 per cent, of such cases. After using this remedy for many years in his private practice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are handled. Mrs. Iala. B. Hawkins, of Zeus, Va writes: " I had been falling In hoalth for two yours most of thn time was not able to attend to my household duties. Female weakness was my trouble and I was Bottinir very bad but, thanks to Doctor Pierce's medicines, I am well and strong again. I took only throe bottles of ' Favorite Proscription,' and usod tho ' Lotion Tablets.' I havo nothing but prclso for Doctor Plerco's wonderful medicines." TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, &fl1T and save I ;w drop Dr. Martin reports the follow ing births: A son to Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Adams, Jr., Sunday July 21st; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Mattison Barker, Monday, July 22nd, and a son to Mrs. Walter ers. Lyle, of Winchester, who is visiting in this city, Monday, July Hillikan What Makes a Woman? One hundred and twenty pounds, more or less, of bone and muscle don't make a woman. Its a good foundation. Put into its health and strength and she may rule a kingdom. But that's just what Bitters elves her. Thousands bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dispelling weakness, nervousness, backache and tired, listless, worn out feeling. "Electric Bitters have done me a world of good," writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla , "and I thank you, with all my heart, for making such a good medicine." Only 50c. Guaranteed by all deal- the chiefs life. A Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, In the drlnklnc watei CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white d'arrhoea, roup, choler aud otiivr chick diseases. One 50c Dottle of BourboriPoultryCure on band this and Booklet on "Disu-s- es BOUHPOII BEUEQT Every poultry Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. rilt" sho'iM k'ep a bottle COMf.MlT, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ol Wilti for free sample of Fowls." Address, lenlnrJon, lj. Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the ooultrv business for fortv years. Mrs. Geo. E. Rapier, Bards- town, Ky. I have now used Bourbon Pnultrv Cure two years and 1 just could nut raise any chickens without it. I have not had a case of Rapes since I began using it. Mrs. W. P. Bracey, Basker- ville, va. SOLD BV Winchester, - Ky. Business School, LEXINUTON, KY. 22nd. Mr. Ike ltogers died near FurBOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, nace last Wednesday of fever. TYPEWRITING. Deceased is survived by wife and Mr. Rogers This 6chool has turned out hun several children. was twice married, first to a Miss dreds of men and women who STRAWBERRY PLANTS & Conlee of this county and the aresuccesses. It will make to Mrs. Caroline second time a success of you. drape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Warmouth, of this citv. James Roses, Peonies, Phlox. G. Rogers attended the funeral C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KY SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our new stock of Spring nnd Summer Goods Fruit and Shade Trees! and get our prices. You are also invited to call and get prices on anything else 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 'see from this city. Write for Catalogue. Everything; For ey, and where they can get merchandise that will best suit them. ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. NO AGENTS, It takes wh.ere a little time to look After all the apple crop is and we will have peach es a plenty. The latter crop is abundant only on the high lands. Blackberries in 6ome places are also plentiful. Upon the whole this season is proving to be one of plenty of fruit and one above the average years, though prospects appeared very gloomy in the Spring. The tables of the thirteenth census show that the tobacco industry is the eleventh in importance in the United States. The total value of the porducts of all factories was $416,605,104, of which $280,600,488 was added by manufacture. Of this sum went for wages, and the total expenses were $875,072,780. $00,-2)54,0- A Nervous Woman Find Relief After Many Years Women who suffer from extreme nervousness, often endure much suffering before finding any relief. Mrs. Daniel Kintner, of Defiance, O., had such an experience, regarding which she says: "I had stomach trouble when I was that FREE CATALOG. this place around and satisfy yourself as to is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. know, "Money saved is money made". As stated above, we try to We can not, though, hero call will keep every thing the people want. mention the following lines attention to every thing, but we carry. which we want you to know that K CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 jj SUHPIiUS AND UN- - . DIVIDED PROFITS, 200.000 3 THE eighteen years old broke down my health, and for years I guttered with nervousness, headache. Indigestion and nervous "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 P EJ spasms sot so bad I would have them three or (our times a week. After trying nearly every spasras. The Winchester Bank, KY. OF WlNOHSTKIt, q jj B W. N.HOIXV WlTHERSrOOIf, PHBSi H. Sphah, Oasuirh. styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in them in the and at prices to suit all. We popular colors and latest In make-up- , also take measures for fit. made-to-nrd- 3 3 Nearly half the employees are fomales. Insect Bite Costs Leg, A Boston man lost his- - leg from mended, I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I must say It helped me wonderfully. I have had no severe nervousness for several years." MRS. DAN KINTNER. 1001 rieasant St., Defiance, O. remedy suits and guarantee a perfect recom- K YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUOITED the bite of an insect two years before. To avert such calamities from stings and bites of insects use Bucklen'a Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and prevvnt swelling and pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, eczema, outs, braises. Only 25 cents ut all dealers. Many remedies are recommended for diseases of the nervous system that fail to produce results because they do not reach the seat of the trouble. Dr. Miles' Nervine has proven its value in auch cases so many times that it ia unnecessary to make claims for it You can prove its merits for yourself by getting a bottle of your druggist, who will return the price if you receive no benefit MILKS our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats are trimmed by one of leading firms of the country. We think we can suit you in this line, and know we cun save you .money. See our line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Itain coats Millinery Goods Work Pants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines, Buggies, & etc., & et,o. In fact see usfor anything you need, as we can 6ave you money. Electric Bitters ttccesd wbsa eroything else fella, la servotw prostration and ftmale wstknuna they art the suprema isaaiily, aa thnniiads have testified. Watch for our special sale days ads in other columns of this paper. ton KIDNEY MKOICALCO., Elkhart, Ind. k LIVIR AND STOMACH TROUBLE ia the bast ssxHriaa cm aol4 vac drafffist 'a conatsr. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. I J SPEED PROGRAM RUNNING RACES AND HARNESS RACES TO BE GIVEN ON EACH DAY. Cp Races to be Given Ech Day by the Gentlemen's Driving Club at Blue Grass Fair. I '. ii An excellent speed program has n nrranged for the Blue Grass Fair Lexington, week of August 12th to ."th every day but Saturday. The two-.- . staUe to be contested during the week, closed with 33 entries Including nearly all of the best In training In Kentucky. This race has always been one of the best races of the voar for and this should prove no exception to the rule. In addition there will be a 2:16 trot, a 2:20 pace, trot and ":22 trot. There will be no deduction 'mm winners except in the stake, the entires to which closed May 10th. Other features will be added and announced later. n pur-ol- d Oh each of the six dcys there will lie running races and harness racing THE PARKER SHOWS Will Present Several Headline Attractions at Blue Grass Fair. It Is always customary for the larger tented enterprises to offer one big fea- ture attraction, sparing neither time or expense to make it the crownig feature of the mighty "Drag." Mr. C. V. iaiker, founder and owner of the Parker Amusement Company, who remains at his big factories at Leavenworth, Kan., and directs his various companies from the home office, conceived the idea that a big European novelty would be the proper attraction for his largest company, The lireater Parker Shows. AVith this idea in view Miss Essie Fay and her beautiful full blooded Arabian were booked for this season's tour of America. Miss Fay, who was an English woman by birth, was touring Arabia with her father, who at that time was a member of the English Parliament. When a guest of the Prince of at his palace in Tripoli, the Prince was pleased with Miss Fay and j.resentcd her with an Arabian year-tinThe young lady shipped the horse to her father's stable. While loving the green with her new pet, she formed an attachment to the colt, and ho the same to her, and in his grace and beauty, she thought she saw something promising. With his increasing brains and grace, and the careful training of Its mistress, "Arabia" was quick to win acclaims of royalty and nobility In the greatest coliseums cf Europe. At London, Paris, Berlin, Naples, Madrid, Moscow, Vienna and St? Petersburg "Arabia," under the directions of Miss Fay, has astonished thousands who have witnessed "Arabia" add and subtract, answer questions, "yes" or "no" by the nod of her head, use the telephone, and do other utitcnUhlng feats, displaying an uni wul intelligence almost unbelievable of any dumb brute. "Arabia" goes to a big brass bed, takes off his nightcap, undresses, turns down tho covers, arranges the pillow's, gets into bed, covors himself up again and apparently i;cci to sleep. Finishing his exhibition with a startling and exclt-InAre scene. Crushing down his stable doer, he dashes across the lawn to the bunting building of his mistress, ho reappears leaping through tho window with an Infant child in his mouth and his mistress across his shoulders. " "Arabia" tho horse and horse will "Arabli" the "good-night- " utpear In Lexington at tho Blue Gross Fair Auguct Mor-rocc- o s HALF FARE RATES TO FAIR Do not fall to visit the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington the week of August 12.a to 17th. Ouo fare rates will prevail on all railroads in Kentucky. Ev-er- y afternoon and evening beginning Sunday, August 11th, there will be magnificent baud concerts by Frederick Nell tunes' Orchestral Band, by Beatrice Van Loon, one of Amenta' younger sopranos, who Is recogn.zed as one of the most hiimiiu and delightful soloists betas e the public WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. south to a set stone nt Smith house, thence west to the county rond Alox. Smith lower corner; thence up the hill to the top of the limestone cliff; thence with the meanders of same Make Your Wet Land Productive. south to Joe Wllloughby's lino to a pine .By the use of drain tile you can Fair. corner on top of limestono cliff, thence turn that low, wet, useless, swamThis year tho second .floor will be to the beginning containing 410 acres py field into the most productive utilized by the "Made In Lexington Club," and It Is needless to say will be the same more or less ; or sufficient spot on your farm. Good tile, be made as attractive as possible, and thereof to produce 1313,50, so ordered properly placed, not only carries off manuwill be an exposition ot wares to be made. surplus water, it admits air to the factured In Lexington. The purchaser will be required to soil and makes it easy to work. On the lower floor the management give bond, with approved security, for It improves any soil. The increace has arranged with the Canadian Govthe payment of the purchase money, in the value of the land is many display ernment Exhibit to bring their to have the force and effect of n re- times the cost of the. tile. The first of wheat, grain and other agricultural plevin bond, bearing legal interest year's crop from tiled lnnd pays products. This should attract the at from the day of sale, according to law. for it. Any body can do the work tentlnn of every farmer in the state, as it is the same display made at big Bidders will bo prepared to comply successfully. Write for particustate fairs and expositions. with these terms. A lien will be re- lars or ci' 11 at out plant. tained on the land sold till all the Brick & Tile paid. POULTRY SHOW Commissioner's Sale. purchase moneybeisprepared to comply Red Bidders will Company, with these terms. A lien will be reThe Blue Grass Fair has this year KENTUCKY. Powell Circuit Court. tained on the land sold till nil the pur- STANTON, of the American become a member chase money is paid. Poultry Association, and the exhibit In Bond payable to Commissioner. this large and important department F. B. Bussell, Plaintiff, UOMULNS JACKSON, versus will be governed by the rules of that Master Commissioner Powell C. C. Defendant. Is a guarantee of J. M. Kennon, Association. This Very Serious Notice of Sale In Epuity. equal rights and justice to all. A classification embodying preBy virtue of n judgment and order It is a very serious matter to ask WtMatsitU OVER 65 YEARS' miums for over 300 classes of poultry of sale lor one medicine and have the of the Powell Circuit Court, EXPERIENCE and pigeons has been prepared, and rendered at the March Term, 1012, wrong one given you. For this the management expects this year to reason we urge you in buying to thereof in the above cause, the underbe, as usual, a great show. be careful to get the genuine In addition to the cash premiums, signed will on the 5th day of August, 191:!, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, the Blue Grass Fair and a number of merchants of Lexington have donated (being Court Day,) I will proceed to BUCK-DRAUGH- T Trade Marks 20 handsome silver cups, ten for poul- offer for sale at Public Auction to the Designs try and ten for pigeons. The show Is highest bidder, on ti credit of six Liver Medicine Copyrights Ac Anyone lending a nhetrh and description nay in charge of the same excellent and months, at the Court House door, quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an efficient committee as in past two Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned The reputation of this old, reliaIrrrentlon Is probably pntentnble. HANDBOOK on Patent ble medicine, for constipation, years, and Mr. S. B. Lane, of Spice-lan- in the judgment, sent Tree. Oldest agency for accruing patents. through Munn A Co. recelre I'.itenta taken and liver trouble, is firmInd., has been secured to act as special nrtlce, without onarge, in toe Said land is situated in Powell coun ly established. It does not imitate judge. Dr. C. W. Trapp, of Lexington, other medicines. It is better than ty, Ky., and known as the unsold lands Scientific will judge the classes for pigeons. An others, or it would, not be the faTJirgest cirA handsomely lllnstrated weekly. entrance fee of 25 cents for each bird in the (hree miles Forge circle, a de vorite liver powder, with a larger culation of any sclentldo Journal. Terms, til a year: ioar moniua, at. coiaoyau newsdealers sale than all others combined. will be charged and the management scription of which is set out by meets aeiBrotdw.,. New York MUNN hope that this, together with the and bounds in a deed from Tlios Dewit SOLD IN TOWN F3 Branch Office, 625 F BU Washington, D. C American Poultry Association rules to Cuyler to F. B. Russell recorded in the govern, will conflne the entries to real Powell county clerk's office. There is owners of birds. excepted out of the property to be sold nil property in Clay City and all miner & e. TiryiE The West is rapidly becoming the al and oil rights which was reserved in N West-BounMay 28, Ull 1. Effective musical center of America, and t Is the conveyance to the defendant J. M In recognition of this that the headKennon ; or sufficient thereof to pro No. 2, No. 4, No. 3, No. 1, quarters of Innes and his band have Stations. duce $324.02, so ordered to be made. recently been moved from New York Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily riie. purchaser will be required to to Chicago. In welcoming the famous bandmaster to Chicago, one of the give bond, with approved security, for P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. leading newspapers of that city said: the payment of the purchase money, to 1:35 Lexington, 7:20 5:35 8:50 "In response to the invitation of have the force and effect of a Replevin many of Chicago's most prominent Bondbearing legal interest from the 2:.l7 8 :0.J VVinchester, 8:05 4:50 patrons of music, Innes and his or- day of sale, according to law'. L. & E. Junction, 7;51 2:35 8:18 4:3? chestral band of sixty players have 8 :32 Indian Fields, 7:37 4:22 Bidders will be fWrpared to comply 2 :40 ) removed their general offices and off- with these terms. Allien will be re8 :5() 3: 0,-CLAY CITY, 4:05 7:19 icial homo from New York to the City tained on the property sold till all the :no 3:15 Stanton, 3:56 7:10 of Chicago. The series of popular purchase money is paid. !l ;(n 3 :2 1 Ropslyn, 7:05 3:51 concerts announced to be given by Bond payable to Commissioner. :S :2S (j :59 j 3 :45 . FiUnn, 0:12 the organization will fittingly mark ROMULUS JAOKSON, o :27 :i :47 3 :30 0 :43 Catupton .Tr.nctlon, this latest addition to the musical Muster Commissioner Powell C. C. :i :f2 G :40 9 ::S2 3 :25 Natural Bridge, forces of our city." (i :25 4 :04 9 :44 3 :12 Torrent, 4 :25 10 :04 2 :51 y 0 :03 Benttyville Jet, Commissioner's Domestic Fashion. & K. Junction, 5:111 10:57 1:57 5:10 Stella is it a frock? I'oicell Circuit Court. 5 :25 1 :(I5 1 :50 5 :05 Bella No; she told me herself that Jnckson, 11 :25 it includes three pieces of her hue Quicksand, 1:25 Hanipr's Hnzar wnri'e mind Powell County Deposit Bank, Plaintiff, CONNECTIONS. versus Commissioner's Sale. Mnliuda Miller, AcMEquity. Defendants. LEXINGTON: &. Train No. 1 will make connection at Lexington with Notice of Sale in tiie L. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection By virtue of a judgment and order with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. Powell Circuit Court. of sale of the Powell CircuitCourt, ren- CAMP TON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make condered at the June Term, 1012, thereof nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Camptun. in the above cause, the unders'gned (iaur Scott tk Co., Plaintiffs, HEATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 8 will make conversus will on the 5th day of August, 1012, nt nection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville. Clnis. IJoundtree, &v Defendants. 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being O. & K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connecNotice of Sale in Equity. Court Day.) I will, proceed to offer for tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and By virtue of a judgment and order of sule at Public Auction to the highest O. & K. stations. miIo of thu Powell Circuit Court, renbidder, on a credit of six mouths, nt dered at the June term, 1012, there- the Court IIuiim door, Stanton, Ky., CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Pnesenpcr Agent. of in the above cause, the under-ngne- d the property mentioned in the judg will on the 6th day of Aug. ment, lOPJ, nt o'clock p. in., or thereabout, A tract or parcel of land situated on (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to Cano creek, Powell county, Ky., and offer for Mile at Public! Auction to the bounded as follows: Beginning nt a highest bidder, on n credit of six beech tree corner between Clambers mouths, ut the Court House door, and Alonzo Willoughby ; thence S. 62 Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned V. to toil of limestone cliff and to thu Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from in the judgment, center of tho ridge, thence with the any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a The tract of bind described in the pe- meanders of tho ridge to chimney rock tition, being known as the land bought thence to dogwood corner, S. Wills sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful from V. S. Tolen, containing 14 acres and .1. B. Peters j thence running north benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl more or lei-- in Powell county, Ky., on to top of ridge to Myers' corner to Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. beach ; thence with line same course to It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. gap in cliff, thence an eastern course It nas been in successful use for more than 50 years. It with suid cliff and down the point to it has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. beech corner continuing tho same course to a beech corner at the branch ; McCall thence N. A K. 22 (idles to u beech, N. For Women 4") K 40 pole to n beech, thence N. fO Have Mora Friend than any other K. 40 poles to a stake S. 40 poles to magazine or patterns. McCall's EaJ Smith corner; thence with his line is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million one hundred thousand homes. Besides showMrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think ing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of there is no tonic on earth-- , as good as Cardui. I used it sparkling short stories and helpful with the very best rccjlts. I had backache and nearly information for women. Sar Monr fcnd Kaap In Styla by subeverything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. scribing for McCall's Magaiux at once. Costs Woman'?, work .ind table luxuries. The third floor of iho Art Hall is given entirely to this lepartmcnt, and is usually one of the most attractive exhibits of tho Big ir nlinost every kind of tho waters of Brush creek beginning on said creek ruiiningsoutheant to a ridge to n stake, thence east to a stake in n hollow, thence north of said hollow to the creek, thence west down the creek to the beginning;. or Mifllcient thereof to produce $707.04, so ordered to be ninde. The purchnscr will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of n Replevin Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A Hen will be retained on tlie propertj sold til! nil the pnrphase money is paid. Bond paynble to Commissioner. 1IOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. Farm Drain Tile River to-w- it: American. m sUtory of l. Eust-Boun- d. tle. I Sale, one-piec- e (. 1 1 Be Happy! s McCall's Magazine and Patterns LARDUI Woman's Tonic TAKE The Von?n'j Department of the Blue Grass Fair, to be held at I.e.cln. ten, August 12 to 17th, will be mon Ir. .ortnnt uud extensive thii yea:1 thu ever betfoie. 'I1h premium list li i only so cents a year, lucludtnr any one of tha celebrated McCall Patterns free. McCall Patterns Load all others hi style, fit, simplicity, economy and number aold. More dealers sell McCall Patterns than auy, other two makes combined. None higher than lluy from your dealer, or by nail from 15 cents, fI D. vrouiitiy obtained in all countries OH MO rod. bend Sketch, Model or I'lioto. lor aiPORT on patentability, fuentpraot-lU- J Mi'liulvely. BANK HmiHOII, Sra.l 3 rents In stamps for InraloaMa book T0 and ??.(?"oiws will Whir i a partner. iy. flow to get PATINTS, Patent Uw and other nalnalila ln(orunllui' nt. W liu Now, I feel better th:n I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cadul to other suffering women. I can't praise it too hijily. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try It, today. ut McCALL'S MAGAZINE : -- .246 W. 37th St, Now York City SWIFT ... to. .si. a: i i..." 45 oTid c 1303 Seventh St, WMmttai, k CO. Write to: Udles Advisory (or Social InttmctloM, and Dtpt.. Chattuioofa Medicine Co., ClutUnooj. Tean. book. "Home Trnuntnt lor Women," wot tree. M D. 0.