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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 1, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912080101_sn86069657 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 1, 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 fCITY TIMES 1.0( :i Year In Advance W't are hero to help Clay Citjftbe Surrouniinfi: Country ani Oarselves. .1. R. Burgher, 1'ulilis.K. VOL. XVII. CLAY CITY. kTShUKSDAY J AUGUST I. . UJI NO. STAN TOM COLLEGE FALL TERM OPENS examinations. MONDAY, SEPTEHBER 2nd, 1912. Limited dormitory families. One of the best schools in Kentucky, Capable faculty Large per cent of our students take first class certificates. ranges from Primary through High School. Terms low. Write (or rates to of College Graduates. Special work for teachers in preparation i Rev. J. C. HANLEY, President, Stanton, Ky. Free Trip to Boys. With the view of giving a special course in agriculture to at least one boy in each county in New-ma, Kentucky, Commissioner has perfected plans by which each county may visit the State Fair for one week free of charge. He will be brought by the railroad and be boarded while here. A committee will care for the boys at the fair. The boy selected from each county shall be between fifteen and eighteen years old and will be expected to write an essay his home farm and submit it to the State Fair Board. Under the general title of "The Home Farm," the boys will be required to deal with the follown ut Pays 5 Years Ahead. W. G. Blanton, of Mecca, Ind. sends us two dollars on subscription. This makes Mr. Blanton paid up to 15)17 live years If all our subscribers could do so well newspaper life would indeed lie a pleasure. But if all will keep paid up to not longer than one year be'iind so we can send them papers through the mail at second class rates we will be satislied. No Race Suicide For Him. vit-itin- Wrnj-W'ar-e Suicides. Ir. John S Brandenburg, of his son, Irvine, Ky., is on L. D. Brandenburg, Mr. Moundale. Mr. Brandenburg is 80 years old, has been married four times and is the father of twenty children. Ue is also the ing topics last surviving guard of Edward (a) Describe the farm, Hawkins, the famous criminal (d) Why 1 desire to remain whose execution created such an there. excitement several years ago. (c) What changes may be Winchester ,Sun-Sentin- elr Mr. Wm. Ware committed suicide Saturday afternoon by shooting himself in the breast with a shofgun. Mr. Ware had helped hisson-in-law- , Charlie in a hay Held on Clork, his place an! had left Mr. Clark's after laying plans for Monday's work and was in his usual pleasant manned When he arrived home he tnd his family that he would take;liis gun and go out and look fojr a young rabbit and have it for &upper. The report of the gutvi as heard, but noth- ing unusual was tnoiiiilit a hour. that. He- - as later found dead iii the stu near the house. He left nothiu'ii"to show the 'ause of his rash ac 7 except he had been heard iy lie uiun t want to see his wiff n die, and Mrs. Ware MX has been ?y low lor some time use alone probably and this prompted jj im to. take his own that-,?jay PUBLIC NOTICE We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to sup- the buying public to come to our Store and get their For several weeks we have been supplying many Now that we are started, we want to still further. customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. extend our trade Our one great is appeal for your trade Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four staple must have We are save going to give you just show you how articles to we can you money: Beit Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, -Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, 5f frying tetter 'financial returns. (d) What "can be done to make farm life more enjoyable. and Mrs. S. T. Hall, of Stanton, have returned from an extended visit to New York and several New England states. Mr. 'S'mZ- y ,K ' ry-jg-r- - Hf y'(M' - There'is some talk of the saloons closingin this month rather than in September The licenses do not expire until September,but they were allowed in August, and the authorities claim that the date of the license should be the same as the date of their allowance by the city Council. Mr. and Mrs. John Parr, of Cincinnati, are visiting Mrs. Parr's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ben Mastin. Deceased '5s survived by his wife and three children, Mr. G. S. Ware, of Sams, Estill county, Fred Ware, of Vaughn's Mill, and Mrs. Chatlie Clark, of this county. Mr. Ware was morally a model man and citizen and will be greatly niiased. He was sixty years old. Funeral services The Powell County Teachers' were conducted at his home by Institute is in session this week Elder Deward Matherly and buut Stanton with Prof. McKenzie, of the State University, of Lex- rial at the Vaughn's Mill Christian church Sunday afternoon. ington, as instructor. To Move Mill. $3.00 per cwt. 6 cts. per lb. "" 13 " $5.75. Everything in ) 1i ' These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold 1 at the same low price. Give us a trial. J 1 H. G. CRABTREE & COMPANY. i . ! New Spring Millinery Jusl 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 coft in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of The Lexington and Winchester papers tell us that Brodhead- Garrett's saw mill and planing mill at this place will bo moved to Perry county where the purchased large boun- ' (janes or nmuer since me ouuu- king of the L. & E. extension into 'that county. If these reports are 'true the change will mean the loss of much to Clay City as the company employs a large number of hands and thereby dispenses with a great deal of moti-bto be expended in our city. the mill is moved at all. howIf ever, it will not be moved until all the timber belonging to the company on lied river is cut up and it will take about two years to do this. com-ipanyh1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, I lA j Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General MerchandUe ure selling the goods to our lurge trade I I 1 1 I j : K and fc g- tt - I I j and they tell us tliev are y Saving Money. You can do the same thing. ; If you are not HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. W. II. Parker, of Steilacoom, Washington, stopped over here Mike to see hiB brother-in-laKing. Mr. Parker wus on his return from a business trip to Now York city. For Sale. House of six rooms and two lots in Clay City for sale. Price 8225. One third uu6b, balance on rent, terms 85 per month. This is very Apply at this cheap property. office. already one of our many pleased customers, come round nine day und give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. First come, first served. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live SHIMFESSEL'S. in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" Subscribe for tbeTirues. while the express companies pay dividends on a capitalization of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kirby vis$100,000,000, they have an actual ited relatives at Waco last capitnl investment of $7,000,000. I'dlMSHKl VKUT TI1UK3DAT. Their Shief asset is their con- week. which The infont child of Mrs. Livia Subscription rates $1 a year or three tracts with the railroads contracts are little more than li- Williams, deceased, died of in advance 82. rears censes to rob the people. Express whooping cough "in Powell coun.1. E. Burgher, Publisher. rates in this country are ten ty and was brought here Tuesday times what they should be on for burial at Jackson's Chapel. mail matter. Entered as second-clas- s some classes of merchandise, Fat men are not smiling these August 1, 1912. and as much of their traffic is in Thursday, food stuffs, the tremendous bene- days. CLUB RATES. fits theyenjoy adds directly to PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE For the convenience of our sub- the high cost of living. scribers, we have arranged club rates To Be Held In with the following papers at prices The statistics show that the POWELL COUNTY, AUUUST3, 19" lielow mentioned: manufacturers of tobacco get The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 more for its manufacture than I hereby certify that the fol1.10 the growers get for raising it and lowing persons have duly qualiCincinnati Enquirer 90 marketing it, though the work Louisville Herald fied as Democratic candidates 75 Home and Farm attached to its manufacture is for Judge of the Court of Ap1.00 " Inland Farmer that peals in the Seventh Appellate 90 not more than " American Farmer " Southern Agriculturist 75 required in itR growing. That's District, and that their, names the way it always is, the farmer will appear on the official ballot Over at London, Ky., the post- produces articles for the manuto 'be voted for in tho primary of master, Lee B. McHargue, who facturers to speculate on and lay of above date under device of is general manager of the Moun- up big forturnes, while the fargame chichen cock: tain Echo, a Republican paper, mer gets a bare living for his J. Smith Hays, Winchester, Ky. printed the following editorial labors. O. O. Turner, Mt. Sterling, " .Mine 27th, and some other perNaturally the alleged attempt son is now handling the mails at I also certify that the followto blow up Taft with an infernal ing person has duly qualified as London. "Over at Washington sat a machine didn't attract much at- Republican candidate for Judge man of tention at a time when he is be- of the Court of Appeals in the man, a , straw-- i rat driven ing blown up by "T. R." every Seventh Appellate district, and into a corner, from which he day. that his name will appear on the only extricated by the macould official ballot to be voted for in DarHngsville. nipulating of delegates honestly the primary of above date under and fairly selected for his opponLuther Smothers, of Lexington, the device of Log Cabin : ent, a man who so little worried is visiting his brothers, James and Andrew J. Kirk, Paintsville.Ky. over the outcome of the Chicago Fred Smethers, of this place. Witness my hand this July convention knowing as he did, Roy Bowman has been laid up 28rd, 1912. that his lieutenants had left J. W. Woolery, for several days with some kind nothing to chance and had stolen Clerk Powell County Court. of trouble in limbs. He is now enough delegates to make his improving some. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. calling and electiou sure, that he School has been closed this daily during the deliberation of Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of the convention attended the week while our teacher, Miss each month. baseball games or engaged in a Lillie Boone, is attending the Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenTeachers' Institute this week at game of golf. , ings. "So little did the cause of the Stanton. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. people press upon his conscience or weigh upon his heart that he could joke about the fine games and the great plays made by the p trticipants, a man who has made and Nights, Commencing Big himself the recipient of stolen goodj and who is therefore an accessory to the theft of the delegates, u man who denies the divinity of Jesus Christ." THE TIMES. spout Spring. Furnace. (LAST WREK.) wick's creek, spent Sunday evening with G. W. Lyle and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lyle were in Irvine Mondaj. School began here Mondny with John Newkirk teacher. Misf Jessie Wierman attended church at Mt. Spring Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Chaney spent Sunday with Geo. Chaney and family. Misses Maud Messer and Lutie Billings attended church at Cobb Hill Sunday. Mr. Lyle iKennon, of Hard- - Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain flercury. al SWEET CLOVER one-four- th A great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous forage plant for hay and panture. Will grow in any soil, even in rocky places. Can be sown with spnng oats, or sown alone in May for meadow, and sown in with free. corn at the last cultivation. Prices Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c of seed, and circular bow to grow it per bottle. sent on request. Take Hall's Family Pills for BOKHARA SEED CO.. Falmouth. Ky. constipation. Box 99. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescription!" from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good yoa can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure if manufactured by F. J. Cheney k Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Bvstnm. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney and Co. Testimonials self-confess- self-confess- WE SELL-hats, VEILS, GLOVES and other things that women wear, and we sell the only corset for comfort a Warner's Rust Proof 45S3nW .jmmmmmm BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Days America's Greatest Horse Show in kutt Proof Monday, August 12th, 1912 The trustB have found out that nothing pays so well as "dissolution". Following the decree of the Supreme court ordering the Standard Oil trust to dis solve, the value of the monopoly's stock went skyward. The Rumiing, HarnessRacesDaily Splendid Display . of Every Class of Live Slock. court decree, without changing the trust in any way, except in the matter of administration, amounted practically to a government guarantee to voilate the laws. After the decree was issued the trust managers discovered that the monopoly stood in no further danger of government prosecution, and as this danger always had been the chief men ace to the trust, it was a great bctou So light and pliable it is a joy to wear, INNES BAND OF AMERICA Sensational Free Acts Dally. The Oreater Parker Shows. . and in advance of all other makes for style. 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. to have it removed. Ac cording the value of the trust share rose rapidly. As u result, other trusts have begun to "dissolve". The beef trust has announced a "dissolu tion'' plau, so that it, too, may conform to the Supreme court definition of a law abiding trust. Tho powder trust did likewise, the decree, in its case, being written by the trust's own ami later approved by the Keller tl court of Delaware. fi'iwt to n high tariff, "disso luticn" is the best thing that ov er happened to the trusts. law-yer- s, GOOD METHODS, FACILITIES and sHOPE & MILLS eLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she uses the PEARL flour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoint her. It is the best all around Hour on the market and gives your breul that tempting and delicious Uuvor that always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the PEARL Hour. TREATMENT jittradt CUSTOMERS. YOU will find them all at the ) The Interstate Commerce in its report on the ex. press business, sets forth that' Com-mission, CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK which is seeking YOUR b a n ki I c c o,u n t. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. THE A HOME-M- A TIMES. DIC Mrs. WilHnniB has change in Thonippon, formerly of this county, has heen transferred her ad. this week. Head it and! ns L. A' K. station auent from L. he sure to gi verier store a call ic L. .Itmction to Il.'i.iinl. hufore buving'elsewhere. W. I , I sli. pers" ut summer sal Mrs. .1. ttroubles tliey are unequaled. Only lowed a severe attack of Grip," writes .1. H, Watts, Flnydadn, Tex. Williams. 25 cents at all dealers. pounds; in "and I regained H. E. Honewell, the baloonist weight Several from here attendeil the Quick, that I had lost." Montgomery County Fair at Mt. of St. Louis, Mo., who came safe, reliable and guaranteed. r0c down from a baloon in this coun- and 81.00. Trial bottle free at all Sterling last week. ty two years ogo while tryinsr to dealers. Dr. Martin repoits the birth win the Lahm cup which was of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. held by the one who had remainBunynn Phillips July Jllst. ed in the air in a balloon the Don't forget our Summer Clear- longest time, has won a prize by ance Sale of spring and summer drifting in a balloon from KanMrs. .1. W. Williams, sas City to a point in Virginia goods. where he came down in a storm. The Progressives will probably He was in the air for !J5 hours nominate Lucien Beckner, pub- and could have stayed up anothdow-- i tic thr at of r "iripey' lisher of the Winchester Sun as er flay longer but was afraid he chleVi-t'.io wornit dctr-t'.e '.ie' 's life. A a candidate for Congress in this might drift over the ocean durhi I'ladrlnkliur watei district this fall. ing the night. CUR EG and F.r.t-iT.'- 3 GAPES Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Sewell, Flying Hen Fall vein a'Tnti-n- rou? cnoicr the forof Lima, Ohio, visited victims to stomach, liver and kid4 mer's aunts, Mrs. Mandy Walters ney ttnubles just like One SOcC-i:- ! a of other people, Miss Millie Skinner at and with like results in bus of appetite, BoKrbca-Fc'iElh'yCurlast week. backache, nervousness, headache, MnKcs 12 Cal. a ; v'. Mcliclne. We are in receipt of the Mer- and tir'.d, listless, run down "' Ji !ri. sample Hut there's no need tc feel thli m dLlnu cer County Fair catalog which is AiurciS, andBwo-:t- o Il 3' Harrodsburg this like that as T. 1). Peebles, Henry, ercn. being held at E3lSSCi SCUM week. This catalog was printed Tenn., proved. "Six bottles of Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best by Mr. I. G. Jackson, a native of Bitters." he writes, "did remedy I lmvo ever tried nml I have been in the poultry business for forty this county, who learned his trade more to give me new strength and years. Mrs. Geo. K. liapier, Ky. in the Tunes ofliee fourteen years good appetite than all other stomach remedies I used." So they ago. I have now ued Bourbon Poultry Cure two years and 1 just could not Mr. James Hensley died Fri- help everybody. Its folly to suffer raiso any it. I have day at Winchester after several when this great remedy will help not had a case of gapes since I began W. P. Brncoy, Basker-villusing it. Mrs. weeks illnpss. Funeral services you from the first dose. Try it. Va. Onlj- 50c at all dealers. by Elder B. French and burial SOLD BY C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITV, KY. in the Winchester cemetery. Mr. Hensley formerly lived in this nillikan Business Schojl, ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, " LEXINUTON, KY. county but moved to Winchester about seven years ago. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, prices. ,") s j Mrs. Lena Waldron and little Indian Killed on Track. sof. Clarence, and Miss Oljie Near Boeheile," III., an Indian THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, IDia"" Hoins, left last Thursday on' a went to sleep on n railroad track week's visit to their sister. Mm. and vvus killed by the fast express. Li::zie Keser, at West 1'oint. Ky. lie paid for hiiS carelessness with LOO A I, BREVITIES. his life. Often'H is that way when The Trials of Traveler. ' people neglect coughs and lames 15. Hall, of Lexington, "I m a traveling salesman," writes K E Youngs, K. Berkshire Vt. "aiid Don't risk yoU? life when prompt wus in tho city yesterday. . wn often trotibled.with constipation tit of Dr. King's New Discovery If. li. Itussull and f.itnily, of and indigestion till I beg.in to ue will cure themt and so prevent a I, .nn iliLiiiiirniK) , Louisville, are visiting friends in Dr. King's New Eife 1'iHs, which I '1111 H till f Wl.fMVf if lnw. tw.i.l.ln J H'Mll'll. the city. have found an excellent leinedy. "It completely cured me, in a short Ladies', Misses' and children's Eor all stomach, liver or kidney time, of a terrible cough that fol, ; I 1 I'Al'Ell. Nervou ? Some of the time really ill ? Caf1. cold csrily or.d frequently suffer from biliousness or headache ? Tho reason is tlict your ftystcm does not rid itself ot the poisons in tho blood; just as impossible as it is for tiie finite of a stove to riil itself of clinktirs. The waste docs to us exactly what tlw c'lrAcrs do to the to"c; pake the fires burn low until enough clinkers have accum tlatcl r.r.d then prevent its burning at all. Your liver is sluggish you are dull and In ivy ,U.rp docs not In this condition illness develops. rc3t, nor is food ftcprtizing. Doc.nr Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery eradicates the poisons froni the body a jjjecris alterative extract made from Moodroot, golden seal and mandrake rui Mr tie ind queen's root, without the imc of alcohol. No matter how btrong the co-i- t .alien the stomach s apt to be "out of kilter" nt times; consequence the blood is disordered, for tho stomach is flic laboratory for tho constant manufacture of blood. Mrs. BraiJ. nt.AKE, of Port Dovrr, Ont. Box PA writes- - "Itiavo lie n a KHbt nullcrer for yearn from throat trouble, catiirrh. Iiultpi tlon, fr!s.'.li! roubles, Lloalinc, constipation tir.d nervousr.oM-- at tirr, I uou'd iv In bet, then nblu U ho up araln. Was under many dhlercnt doctors' core, and would cct better for a llttlo whll?, then I would bo down with brwile Inflammation nil throotth roe. for nineteen yrnrf I had this 4 pobon In my blood. Afu?r try'npr nearly everything I 'rut worfe. rcrul bi liio I'eoolo' Common Scne Medical Adviser of Dr. l lcne'e Golden Medical IJ jeovfy end Dr. SaroCatarrh Remedy. buvi' tilen the Golden Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets," and har ured five bottles of Di. aire's Catarrh Itemedy. I am now ohlc to do my worlc and welk with pleasure. I feel like a new woman. I enjoy evrythinsr around mo and thank God for letting me llvo long enough to f.rjd that inaJo mo well nain." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels. Mas. Blake. I 1 1 ncrr.c-thi- Tire You Blue axssS Worried ? ( When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, f ( ) a- - -- Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, V - , j Wal-tersvil- le feci-in- Grubbs & Benton, J .1 I 1 ' !'"" ut '- Ky. Cor. Main and Broadway, Bards-tow- n, Winchester, - Ky. chiefcens-fvitho- e, - SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. iiiiiiif mm i'mt Summer (ioods TYPEWRITING. Little Geneva Kimbrell, the of twenty-tw- o months old child Mr. and Mrs. John Kimbrell, This school has turned out hun STRAWBERRY PLANTS died in this city Sunday ot spinal dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make at Indian Burial meningitis. rape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, a success of vou. Mr. and Mrs. Fields Monday. Roses, Peonies, Phlox. Kimbrell have the sympathy of a For Write for Catalogue. ORCHARD, Eer thing and QARUEN. number of friends in their sad LAWN bereavement. Fruit and Shade Trees! wm "utti iii,ry.yrfrTx to e ;i We invite yon to cull and see onr new stock of Spring run! untl yet our prices. You are a No invited eNo ill j mid ee and yet prices on anything tlmt you may neul. Kvery one should 'e be try to keep every thing the people want. interested in learning where they can yet the most for their ninn ey, and where they can get ineicliandise that ill best suit tliem It takes a little time to look around and satisfy youielf for we ns a- to f II. G. Orabtree & Co., who a few weeks ago started a store near this city, have built up a good trade, and through the medium of uu advertisement in the Times this week they are invit ing ire iv customers to come to see them. They have adopted the one great attraction as a means of building up a large trade, and that attraction is Low Prices. is Guard Your Children Against Bowel Trouble Many children at an early age become constipated, and frequently Not serious- consequences result. being able to realize his own condition, a child's bowels should be constantly watched, and a gentle laxative given when necessary. 'Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc especially well adapted to women The Sisters of and children. Christian Charity, 531 Charles St., Luzerne, Pa., who attend many cases of sickness say of them: "Somo time ngo wo begin uslns Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets and And that FREE LATA LOO. NO AGENTS. where this place is, hut it is time profitably spent, - you H. F. HHlenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, 'Ky. know, "Money saved is money made". As stated above, will try to p I (, keep every thing the people want. We can not, though, here call attention to every thing, but i I mention the follow ing lines which we want you to kno'w that we carry. oaittatj stooxc. sioo,ouo ii wo SUKPIiUSANDHN- - "Queen Quality" and "Hoston Favorite' Shoen for Women finish, kid and have them in the new things in white, tans, l f, ij, shiny leathers in shoes, boots and low cuts. "Walk-Ove- r shoes foi Men wo have them in all the new to have a fair Winchester The fair is promoted we like, them very much. Their action this year. Is excellent and wo aro grateful (or bv persons interested in the having been mailt) acquainted with them. We have had good results In of a hospital at every cane and the Sisters are very The entire not proceeds much pleased." will bo given for this purpose. The form and flavor of any medicine is very important, no matter The fair will beheld August who is to take it. The taste and Clay City people are interested appearance are especially important arc concerned. All in the establishment of u hospit- when children how hard it is to give parents know al at Winchester and can best the average child "me'dicine," even disthough taste aid the cause by attending this guised. the using is partially LaxIn Dr. Miles Win-Chester. Winchester Bank. Ol" AVlNOllBTBH, KV. a styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers', in shoes and low cute. Men's and Hoys' Clothing we have them in them in the popular colors and latest In make - up, anil at prices to suit all. We r suits and guaruntee a perfect also take measures for niade-to-orde- N.IIOt.I.Y WlTllORHI-OON- , PRKHi JJ j Si YOUR AOOOIINTS 80U01TEI) U lit. Millinery Goods our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats h We lliinlk we fj tt can suit you in this line, and know wo can save you money are trimmed by one of leading firms of the country fair. Are Ever at War. There are two things everlasting-l- y at war. Joy and piles But Buck-len'- s Arnica Salve will banish piles in any form. It soon subdues the itehh'g, irritation, inflammation or Dwelling. It gives comfort, invites Greatest healer of burns, Joy, boils, ulcers, outs, bruises, eczema,-scalds- , pimples, skin eruptions. Only 25 cents at all dealers. ative Tablets, however, this difficulty is overcome. The shape of the tablets, their appearance and candy-lik- e taste at once appeal to any child, with the result that they are taken without objection. The rich chocolate flavor and absence of other taste, make Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets the ideal remedy for children. If the first box fails to benefit, Ask your the price is returned. druggist. A box of 25 doses costs only 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostratioa fcnd female weaknesses they ate the supreme remedy, as thousandgNhave testified. c.. i . . inn. nf T.mlli.u' nml- ftents' -Fiiriiiliiii o's.i liain routs " Utl niir lin. ... . Work l'ants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Maohinea, Buggies, & etc., & etc. In fact see us for anything you J -- & U need, as we can save you money. Wateh for Our sr.eclal sale days ads in other columns of this pa p0 r Elkhart, Ind. k ja the - FOR KIDNEY (LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE over a druggist's best medietas ever sold counter. Hardwick &.Cov Stanton. PARKERS BIG SHOWS INCLUDE NEW ATTRACTIONS AND SURPRISES FOR THE PUDLIC. Company to Appear at the Blue Grass Fair Is the Best and Most Complete That Have Visited eKntucky. This year, as each year past, the 'arbor Shows have added new attractions and surprises (or the public, t minded and perfected only by great labor, patience and skill, with no spare if time and money to make their organization that which It now Is, tho most complete and best equipped cap nival company touring the country today. The repertoire of new Ideas and novelties advanced are far above tho old stereotyped carnivals of a few years ago. Many new and startling features will be presented for the first lime to the amusement loving public. The new. attractions, the new riding devices, the new factories are the most unique and far removed from all others. The Parker Shows have been made popular by their clean class and character of everything undertaken. Nothing of a questionable nature has ever been tolerated. The usual catchpenny affairs, games of chance, etc., have always been conspicuous by their absence. The Parker Shows are entitled to most of the credit due to elevating the carnival business to the high plane which It has reached. Their motto has ever been, "Cleanliness and Morality." The company this season is the largest, best and most complete ever turned out of the Parker Factories. Consisting of 580 people, traveling on their own special train of thirty-Jivdouble length cars. Three powerful electric light plants that supply current to thousands of decorative lights all the appearthat gives the mid-waance of real fairy land. Three sensational free attractions and a big thirty-tir- e piece, all solo musicians, concert band that give concerts twice dally. I e y porting him but the tremendous momentum which he has acquired, hit bicycle crosses a spring collected with below, which closes the "death-trap- " the entrance and opens an exit on the oposlte side, through which Chefalo concludes his exhibition by making n flying leap through mid-ai- r and landing on a platform 30 feet away. From the time Chefalo starts his ride until Is exactly Ave seconds. ho.- finishes From the time his wheel croscs the spring that closes the "death-trap- " until the rider enters onto the trap Is s of a second. An Just exhibition of nerve and daring that is conceded as being the limit of all human recklessness. "Tho Great Bcrtlnl," world's greatest unlcycllst, is another merltorius ixhibltton of nerve, science and skill. Bertlnl mounts to the top of a lofty iplral tower 90 feet in height, the runway of which is eighteen Inches in width, on one wheel of a bicycle, and igatn descends amid a beautiful display of An exhibition of larlng that defies all laws of gravita-.ion- . three-quarters. months, nt the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the'property mentioned in the judgment, Said land is situated in Powell county, Ky ., nnd known as tho unsold lands in the three miles Forge circle, a description of which is set out by meets and bounds in a deed from Thus Duwit Cuyler to F. B. llusscll recorded in the Powell county clerk's oilicc. There is excepted out of the property to be sold nil property in Clay City nnd all mineral nnd oil rights which was reserved in the conveyance to the defendant J. M. Kennon ; or sufllclcnt thereof to produce $321.02, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for tho payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Replevin Uond, bearing lcjral 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. to-w- it: LUSTR Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more pleasure and abiding happiness in your home than anything you can do about the home for which you will spend any such small amount in time and money as will be the expenditure in this work. "DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" A Strong List of Attractions. A list of the attractions to be presented by the Greater Parker Shows, which are contracted to furnish the amusement features for the Blue (Irass Fair, may be of interest to the public, so these Intending to visit will be in a position to know just what they will see. There are no less than eighteen separate and distinct attractions. In this long list there Is not one that could offend the most sensi- tive. To commence with the band is one of the very best ever organized with any traveling company. Composed of thirty-fivsolo artists, under the directorship of Victor Estllc, a conductor of wide reputation, this band is considered equal to any of the noted concert hands now touring the country, am' the music loving people of Lexington aud the surrounding country are promised a treat of rare excellence, of both classical and popular selections. Miss Wilson, Soloist. Assisting the band is Miss Corlne Wilson, the lady that "sings to beat the band." Miss Wilson has a beautiful, clear, high soprano voice that bho has no trouble in making heard ubove this large musical organization, and has been featured with Helen May Butler, Brooks and others of the leading musical and concert organizations. Chcfalo's act of looping the "Death-TraLoop" is one of the most sensational, reckless and ever conceived as an amusement feature. Chefalo, starting from runway, the top of a hundred-foo- t mounted on a bicycle, dashes down u steep and narrow pathway 150 feet in length, entering and riding a complete circle of the interior of a loop 20 feet He enters the loop in diameter. through an opening on one side. As he circles the Interior of the loop and hangs suspended from the extreme top, head downward, with nothing sup e p death-defying Muster Commissioner Powell C. 0. The repertoire of shows and attrac-Jon- s are of such a varied description Commissioner's .hat no matter what your desire for imusement there is something that Is Poioell Circuit Court. sure to meet with your desire. Everyone of which tho company guarantees to be clean, moral and of refined na- Powell County Deposit Bank, Plaintiff, versus ture. Malinda Miller, Ac, Defendants. Notice of Sale in Equity. Sale. By virtue of n judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren1912, thereof Powell Circuit Court. dered at the June Term, in the above cause, the unders'gned will on the 5th day of August, 1912, at Plaintiffs, Gaar Scott & Co. 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being versus Court Day,) I will, proceed to offer for Clias. Hotindtree, fcc, Defendants. Notice of Sale in Equity. sale at Public Auction to the highest By virtue of a judgment and order of bidder, on a credit of six months, at' sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren- the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., dered at tho June term, 1912, there- the property mentioned in the judgof in the above cause, the under- ment, signed will on the 5th day of Aug. A tract or parcel of land situated on 1912, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, Cane creek, Powell county, Ky., and (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to bounded as follows: Beginning at a offer for sale at Public Auction to the beech tree corner between Clambers highest bidder, on a credit of six and Alonzo Willoughby ; thence S. 62 months, nt the Court House door, W. to top of limestone cliff and to the Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned center of tho ridge,.thence with the in the judgment, meanders of the ridpe'to chimney rock S. Wills The tract of land described in tho pe- thence W. to dogwood-ftgrne- r, tition, being known as the land bought and J. B. Peters; thence running north from W. S. Tolen, containing 14 acres to top of ridge to Myers' corner to more or less in Powell county, Ky., on beach ; thence with lino same course to the' waters of Brush creek beginning on gap in cliff, thence an eastern course said creek running southeast to a ridge with said cliff and down the point to n to u stake, thence east to a stake inj a beech corner continuing the same hollow, thence north of suid hollow to course to a beech corner at the branch ; the creek, thence west down the creek thence N. 5 E. 22 poles to a beech, N. to the beginning; or suillcient thereof 15 E. 40 poles to a beech, thence N. 80 toproJuce 1797.94, so ordered to bo E. 40 poles to a stake S. 40 poles to made. Smith corner; thence with his line The purchnser will be required to south to u set stone at Smith house, give bond, with approved security, for thence west to the county rond Alex. tho payment of the purchase money, to Smith lower corner; thence up the hill have the force and effect of u Replevin Bond, bearing Icnal interent from the to the top of the limestone cliff; thence with the meanders of same day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply south to Joe Willoughby's line to a pine with these terms. A lien will be re- corner on top of liinestQno cliff, thence tained on the property sold till all the to the beginning containing 410 acres purphase money is paid. bo the same more or less ; or sufficient Bond payable to Commissioner. thereof to produce $313".60, so ordered KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. to bo made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for Sale. the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of n rePowell Circuit Court. plevin bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply F. B. Russell, Plaintiff, with these terms. Adlen will be reversus Defendant. tained on tho land " sold till all the J. 11. Kennon, Notice of Sale in Kpuity. purchase mouoy is paid. Bidders will be prepared to comply By virtue of a Judgment and order with these terms. A lien will be reof sale of the Powell Circuit Court, tained on tho land sold till all the pur rendered at the March Term, 1912, chase money is paid. thereof in the above cause, the underBund payable to commissioner. signed will on the 5th day of August, KOMULNS JACKSON, 1012, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, Master Commissioner Powell O. C. 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