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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 10, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913071001_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 10, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $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. G Tvl-- T " 81.00 W7 CLAY CITY TIMES. - I. - ., . t a Year In Advance. S' are here to faelp Clay City, tie Surrounding Coaotry'aoJ Ourselves. ,1. C. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Candidates' Pledge. The following is a different pledge from the pno printed a fuw weeks ngo, being gotten up by different parties, and signed by a number of the various candidates, as was the other, which is this week printed on the 0th page. OLA The Negroes' Trial. Y CITY. KX, THURSDAY In the Race. Following are the names of filing their petitions with the County Clerk.: can-didat- JULY" JO. J9I3. STANTON NEWS. Miss Naoma ITadden, of Winchester, hns been visiting Miss Mary Lyle for several days. s NO. 28 one left their cares and busincsH.it home and seldom was a more pleasant picnic participated in than thin one. "We, the undersigned, r!jgivrec in Powell county, not directly or indirectly, or through others give, loan or put into the hands of any person any spiritious, vinous or malt liquors, money, property or things of value whatever for the purpose of buying, procuring or influencing any person to votepr us, or anyone else at said election. And should we, or in our interest, with our consent, or without our op-- I option, we pledge ourselves to withdraw from the race in which we may be candidates. "It is further agreed that each signer hereto will report any violation of this agretment, to the Chairman of the DemocraticCom-initte- e of Powell county, within live days from the time such information shall come into his pos- j,ro1HjsC iHat'we' will The four negroes tried at Winchester Inst week lor the brutal murder of (ity marshal A. T Pettit last February have been sentenced to the penitentiary for life. Such a sentence and such delay in the trial has worried the patience of the law a bining citi zens of Powell county. The whole affair-i-s a disgrace- to.the Com monwealth. Powell county would have done better. Had it been left to the people of this couny altogether, tit least the two boys to the killing who confessed Would have done suH'ercd the of fects of the electric chair long . i FOR COUNTY JITDOK. I). 1). Potts, Democrat, it l). it. Daniel, ii .1. S. Ewen, ii J. W. Allen, " W. T. Adams, A. T. Knox, Republican. .j.KOB COUSTlATTriUSKY. A. II. Norto'lij'JLleniocrar, A M Pliilliua ' A. T Stewart, Hepeblican. FOR COUNTY COURT CHERR. J. P. Crabtree, Democrat, " J. F. Woodard, I. S. Boone, " S. G. Baker, KOU Kepublican. before this. tJltr Improvements. COUNTY ASSESSOR. h. A. Easter, Y. session. "It is further agreed that each signer of this paper will on the of the primary election subscribe- to an oath (before the paid chairman) that lie has not violated said agreemen, and that the same, to his knowledge and belief, has not been violated by anyone for him, and if said oath be not subscribed to. then the forperson refusing to do feit apy .nomination he may have, received in said election." J. W. Allen, F. P. Tracy, 8. A.Easter, James F. Martin, J. W. Woolery, I. S. Boone, .1, S. Ewen, J. P. Lewis, A. II. Norton, Charley Means, II . B.Faulkner, B. F. Hatton, J. A. Bowen, Luther Stephens, M. A. Phillips, D. D. Potts. so-sha- ii Coal Co., G. M. Rogers, ii lias succeeded I lie fcuunnuay J. P. Lewis, B. F. Beniugfield, Republican. Lumber Co. New improvement I OK SCHOOL SUi'ERINTKXOEXT. nliniif. tlit tit' in lln Kate S. Bohaunan, Democrat, lice is being made, and rumors F. P. nave it that great, improvements W. B. Tracy, Thacker, Republican. will lie iiiiuln nr. the n mini" mi FOR SHERIFF. and a big saw mill will be put in H. T. Derickson, Democrat, nitre. We nope it's all true. J. U. Rogers, Republican. iV: I 'flie Pay Lumber u. J'razier, Democrat, ii Hardwick fc Company are of fering some bargains in their J. F. Martin, Democrat, Head their udvertise Jese Crowe, Republican. store. on the oth page of this pa SURVEYOR. ment per and give them a chance to H B. Faulkner,' Democrat. Y FOR JAILER. save vou some next purchases. Mrs. money on vour FOR CORONER. 'Democrat. FOR JUSTICES OF THE PEACR. Luther Loving and children returned yesterday from an Charley Welch, Democrat, 1st dis extended visit to. relatives at W. M. Da'vislpublioan, " " Bo wl i'niAi We n. 151 iHv1i8"a eco m J. A. bewoJI, Democrat, 2nd dist, panied by her niece, Miss Sue J. WWoolery, " " Matlock, who win visit her tor a Lot her Stephens, Democrat, 3d dis. fow day 8. G. B. Caudell, Republican, " " Mr. Vernon Hutchinson and Asa Bowen, Democrat, 4th d.st. " Miss Julia Potts, daughter of Mr. G.S.Spurlock, Republican," T. Potts, will be mar- Charley Means, Democrat, 5th dis. and Mrs. I. ried at the homo of bride's par- B. F. ilatton, Republican," " ents in this city, tonight at 7 o' -- S. V. Larison, "W. Montgomery County Fair Mrs. Sarah Shimfessel is very catalogs are out advertising the sick at her home on Hardwick's big Mt. Sterling fair, July 2!l, 24, Creek. 25 and 20. The (i. Frazier. clock by .Trudge Mann. Something New! Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to pjease. Our line of Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit THE RELIABLE CHURN for Sale by HART1N & HACKWORTH CLAY CITY, KY. And other Places In the County and Snrroundlng Counties. you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both Stylish and cool. We have our usual large certainly please you. full store and can SHIMFESSEL'S. One of the grandest and best things n the way or acliorn tliat lius ev e been put out. Any woman or man that lias churning to do, can't afford to be without one of these churns. Take it and try It and if you are not perfectly satisfied with it, and if it don't give perfect satisfaction iu every way, bring or send it back and your money will bo refunded. It is a time saver, labor destroyer and butter maker. Prices, $6.50 and $7.00. If you do not want your name published as one of those who reAll the negroes implicated for fused to sign the pledge not to allow money or the killing of A. T. Pettit at Clay you had bettor whiskeyiuto bo used walk and sign City were given n life sentence. right away. The people ask near.lamps and Luther Flyn, from ly every duy as to who have not signed it yet and Miller's Creek. Estill county, were them everv time. the writer tells visiting at the home of Tilford The race for the Superintendent Abner. of schools of this county has down to Frank Tracy and Rev. J. 0. Hanley returned home Monday after a trip to Frankfort, Mrs. Bnhannnn. The people all flyer the county are insisting that Cincinnati and other places where Mrs. Bohannan be given the plare ho had business. for she has made a splendid SuperDudley Caudill, who hns been intendent and there hns been no complaint frem the county whie working at Middletown, Ooio for she has filled the odice. several months, returned home so Se3ral from the town went down that he can teach his school. to the home of Mr. Tom Conlee's The bridge right at the Chris on the Fourth and thoroughly en tian church needs fixing badly. joyed themselves with a picnic. The river was an invitin Let this be done before some one is the afternoon and most nlaco in of them hurt and a suit Drought upon the went in bathing. Every man, woman and child ought to learn to county. swim for the time may come when The writer has observed that it w!ll come in play in time of need. there is more whiskey brought in Tho writer had an opportunity of in the train to Stanton than any naving a boy once who would had no one been able to other town between Winchester swim, and another time one young and Jackson. man did drown when an angry hull Chester Piersall and wife and got after the crowd and the other Mrs. Ida Dunn, of Winchester, vis- escaped because we could swim. One of our thirsty citizens' went ited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tipton last week. The women are sisters to Winchester list Friday and got of Mrs. Tipton. Labo Knox return- on a drunk and drawed a pistol on a man and now he will board with ed home with them. the county for ninety days and" The schools of the county open help to improve the streets of Wined Mbnday;of and sever chester. Whiskey will get a vomit' man in trouble quicker than anyal from our town are teaching at thing else. It was a sight to' see various places Miss Anna Hard one of our town citizens get off th wick and Richard Crowe are wield train the other day os drunk that ing the rod for the first time and he was foolish. At Winchester at the trial of the negroes for the killthey say that it goes fine. ing of A. T. Pettit one of our oitieern The base ball team from Stanton was maudlin drunk and a witnesH went to Jackson Frulay and played or two were so drunk that they could not give good testimony. a game but the Jackson boys were The revival meetings at tho Jacktoo much for them. If the to be the Christian Church will continue son team is what it used all this week and up to Sunday boys did well to hold them down night when they will close. Rev. to the score they did, 8 to 4. O. O. Woodward who is holding the meeting is a splendid preachforMr and Mrs. Jim French, er and as earnest a man as wan merly of Hatchers Creek, but now ever heard here. A man or woof near Mt. Sterling on their new man is in a dangerous position farm, were visiting their daughter, who can resist his appeal to live Mrs. Ruth Mapel, who has a very a better life and tho life that (Jod intended thorn to live. Bro. sick child. They went to Winches- Woodward will give his famous ter Saturday to consult a specialist. lecture on "America" on Satur day night and on Sunday Jim Stone has returned to his noon will again talk to menafter only place as engineer on the new rail- on "The Pace that Kills". Let. road from -- Winchester to Irvine. every man in town and surround They say no one can run that en ing community be out and hear gine like Jim can and get the work that message. It is surprising to find that them out of her. Suy with her Jim, and climb to the top in that pro- are some people who can well afford to do so who do not take their counfession. ty paper. U ought to be in the home A pigeon alighted at the home of every house holder. The county of J. W. Williams one day laBt paper is a tremendous power for the upbuilding of its citizenship and we week that was registered or mark ought to help it ull we can. There ed with a number and was proba is great expense to the running ami bly one that had been turned loose getting out a county paper, andeo we some where and was tired out on ought to subscribe for it and then its long Journey for after a day's use it to our own advancement. 1 have found in hundreds and thou rest it took its leave again. sands of homes suoh magazines us Nelson Blunt, who has been theGood Stories and Comfort of Auworking at Heidelberg for several gusta, and others of equal character months, was home over Sunday. which are full of blood and ruurdur His eon, Melvin, is to be married stones, and not a cou ity paper tathis week to Miss Clara Hall, of ken, and these same people will go Heidelberg. Mrs. Blunt and Bea- to their neighbors and borrow the trice left Tuesday to be at the wed county paper to read. As the Clay ding. Melvin is working there and City Times is ouly 6O0 a year there will make it his home for the pres. is no one in the county who cannot afford that small sum. The writer etlt. has not been asked to say this but two hundred does so gladly knowing There were about the value from Clay City, Stanton and Nada of a couuty paper to the citizens of that went to Natural Bridge Tues- a county. When you die you exday for the Sunday tschooj picnic. pect the county paper to say someThe day waa fine and a great time thing good about you. Then do was had by all who went. Every it a good turn first. nar-now- i havo-drowne- d this-wee- THE TIMES. KVKIIY THURSDAY. That Bourbon county jury evi Jently believes a negro should tar and feather a dozon-jimore rowell county, subject to the action mountain white men before elec of tlio Democratic primary election in August. trocutine them. r For Juitlcc of the Peace. We are authorized to nnnouncp J. A. Sewell as candidate for Justice of tfm Pence in thoSnd MaRistcrlaldistrict, of began her school at Oat creek progressing flue. Sunday's (til; collection $ 1.02. Monday. We are Subscription rates $1 a year or three Woolery nutliorizcd to announce J. W. an candidate for Justice of the years in advance 82. Pence in the 2nd Mncisterial district, of Powell county, subject to the action .1. E. Uurghcr, Publisher. second-cln- oi uie Democratic primary, August 2nd Kutered ns Villi rsdny, s mail matter. July 10, 1913. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 1.10 Cincinnati Enquirer ii Louisville Herald 90 ' 75 Home and Farm .75 Inland Farmer 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 sub-di'ribeal ANNOUNCEMENTS. Por County Judge. are authorized to announce D. D I'otts ns candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in Wo Au-Ku- Judge of Powell county, subject action of the Democratic tion in August. Wo are authorized to announce D. II. Daniel as candidate for County to. the primary elec- August. Wo are authorized to announce J. S. 1'iwen as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For County Attorney. We are authorizad to announce M. A. Phillips as candidate for County Attorney of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. Wo are authorized to announce A. II. Norton as candidate for County Attor ney oi roweii county, subject to the action or the Democratic primary elec . tinn in August. For County Court Clerk. We are authorized to announce W. T. Adams as candidate for County.! udge of Powell county, subject to the notion of the Democratic primary election in Crabtree as candidate forCounty Court viierK oi roweii county, subject to the nuuon or the Democratic primary elec tinn in August. We are authorized to announce I. S. P.oonc as candidate for County Court 'Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec Wo nre authorized to announce J. P. morning. with their work, and if these neMarlju Curtis,1 of Winchester, groes had agreed to work for them they would, probably, have visited relatives here Saturday , ,i cleared them of the brutal mur- and Sunday. der of Marshall A. T. Pettit. The Wells Bros, have moved their younger aggregation of thisquar- - sa w mill here to saw out the tim tet are strangers to work or prob- ber for S. O. Baker. ably they Nvould have done this T. S. Christopher, of Pilot and gained their liberty. View, was here with his father, The ones most inclined to So- - W. J. Christopher, Sr. and broth cialism would profit the least bv er, 11. S. Christopher, a few days it, as we understand the real lust week. principles of Socialism are to The Sunday School Convention the man who labors the full to have been held here next Sunproducts of his labors. It is the day has been postponed on acones who do not want to labor count of the hot weather to some that want Socialism expecting time in August or September. with this to get a divide upof his A horse belonging to Junius neighbors property who has work Harrison ran 'away with his lited and saved up a little. tle boy in a buggy Saturday afternoon and it is remarkable that Congressman Owsley Stanley the little feliojv.was not tbrosvn has been up to Campton tins from the vehicle and injured. week in his interest for U. S. The horse ran from the Masonic Senator. Mr. Stanley has a large property down the road past the Berrv Barnett number of friends in this part of stopped. The place before beimr. little fellow hung the State on account of the way in and came out without a scratel ho is prosecuting the malicious but was pretty badly scared. railroads of the State and nation. Wagons, $47.00 and up SulkyTuming Plow c'mplt. 28.95 " " Line Martin, of Missouri, is Pitcher Pumps, .86 " " visiting his sister, Mrs. Asa Pumps, 1.60 " " Todd. Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. Mi6s Zella Sams began her Open Top, Buggies, Those Bourbon county sap ,.t 30.8, ur scbool nt Black,,, creek (Monday Top Buggies,,,,, heads must have been behind 30H95ii " -. Albert Easter, Powell's candi date lor Representative, will o pen his campaign at Irvine Mon day County court day. He will issue a card which will bo warm m its attack on the tricksters. Estill county furnished the nom inee in the person of Q. VV. Lyle, Jr. two years ago, it therefore appears ot be Powell's time to put up the caudidate. Estill counry democrats in mass con vention indorsed J. W. Tuttle, good Representative timber, but it is Powell's time and Easter is Powell's man. Rev. Flinchtim, of Monica, Billie Marti.n, who has been working at Whitesburg, is al pretched his closipg sermon Suu-dn- y home now. al North Pond. This leaveB the Bend without a minister. The proceedings and trial of Mr. tiptlier Martin, who has Marshall. T. Pcttit's murderers been working at Winchester is Bro. W. K Harding, of Winis a strong argument in favor o home on a vacation. chester, filial the pulpitJSundny justice being meted out by Judge Mrs. Hattie Martin has return- inorniiiL' and night with two Lynch. Brethren ed from Winchester where she splendid sermons. come out the first Lord's day and Don't fail to attend Hurdwick was visiting last week. hear him. Church contribution, & Co.'s great clearance sale now The Christian Sunday School is going on at wincii prices are greatly reduced. SPOUT SPRING. Asa Snowden Chester Sunday. A New Wav in Merchandising. went .to Win VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. The Estill County Institute is in session at Irvine this week. Disc Grain Drill, $21.45 up Check Rower Com Planter, 28.35 " Double Shift Riding Cultivator 27.50 Best Mowing Machine on 34.85 the market, 50c per square Felt Roofing. Gasoline Engines, $27.50 up. SEEU, FORjPES , I it TTu 1 1 Mini ii. AND CA TA LOG 1 r MrsT J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable prestige in the business Accounts of all sizes welcomed world? by the Clay City National Bank, j CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Versailles, is .Miss Mamie Deriekson began thinking of entering the contest tion in August. her school Monday. Wo are authorized to announce Jno. for U. S. Senator. The field is ,V. Woodard as candidate for County rapidly filling up until the race Rev. Sherman Bobbins preach Court Clerk of Powell county, subject is losing interest with the voters, ed at Cain creek Sunday me action oi tne Democratic to election in August. and the nominee is in this way Several from this place Lwent For Sheriff. likely to be far from the voice of to Natural Bridge Sunday. Wo are authorized to announce I). W. Martin as cundidate for Sheriff of Pow-s- the majority of the Democrats. Mr. and Mrs. '.lelf Martin at county, subject to the action of the Now that the Supreme Court tended church litre Sunday. Democratic primary election in August. We aro authorized to announce II. of the United States has upheld There is a bunch, of Lexington T. Deriekson as candidate for Sheriff the two cent passenger rate on people up' here oii.ii vacation. Powell county, subject to the acff tion of the Democratic primary elec- railroads, how about Kentucky Mrs. Geo. P. Burke has rela tion in August. passing a two cent law tin's win- ter? Everybody but the railroads tion visiting her from Winches- Wo aro authorized to announce J. y. Rogers as candidate for Sheriff of Pow- tuvor :t. Let us have such law ter. 17 t. ell connty, with J. J. Keed as Deputy, as speedilv as possible? ' Miss Mary Lyle, of Sffipton, pri-iiia- J. N. Camden, of Rosslyn. ll Hush! Listen Here! Money Train of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. made is Money subject to the action of the Kepubli-i'n- n primary election in August. We aro authorized to announce T. J. Ponder as candidate for Sheriff of Pow-"t'- ll county, subject to the action of the (.opublican primary election in AuguM. , Group of Perloriii i.( H:ar A:;n.i Free 11 Saved. For Superintendent of Schools. Features at fiiui linui Fair August to 16 . cratic primary election in August, t ! We are authorized to iuinnum Mra H. liohannan as candidate for Super- iiiiuimcut oi ocuoois oi roweii county, subject to the action of the DemoWo are authorized to annouueu W. Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 6o per yard Simpson Calicoes, Sheeting,-Gingha25c " ii Best 9-- 4 Thacker as candidate for .Superintendent of Schools of Powell county, iiuojeci io me aeuoii oi uepiibiu-aprimury election in Auguot. Tor Assessor. Hunter as cundidate for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce Geo M. Hogers as candidate for Assessor of Powell county, subject to the action of me Democratic primary election in August. Wo are authorized to announce W . I We are authorized to announce H. A. Crash Towling, Poplin, .1 B3st Pique White and Tan Linen, 7 10c 1-- 2 " " ii 20c 25c 25c " " Powell county, Midfeet to the action or the Dumouratle primary, August '.'ml For Jailer. Wo are authorized to announce Jose (Iron- - as candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the autiou of the priinarj election in August. l'razier as candidate for Assessor of For npxt thirty days cut sales on all goods in stock to make room for fall and stock, so these goods are going, call and get your part. LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. THE A HOMIi-- M TIMES. ADK PAPER. THURSDAY, July 10, 1013. LOCAL Lee Jlich, BREVITIES. nfjlarriinan, Tenn., visiting old friends and relajs tives in the city. Dr. Irvin reports the birth of a irl to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whito in this city July 4th. Gertrude Rose, of Winchester, is visiting her uunf, Mrs. A. M. Burcher. Miss Rev. 1. T. Spencer preached a line sermon at. the Methodist church Sunduy uiht. Bush Asbill has returned from 'Winchester, to work in the ollice Co. of Brodhead-Garret- t Miss Mary White will leave of the paryr county Monday, where for Clark T Ofiet Fourth. she has employment as a school J uly Ith 'was nideViP'n very teacher. it let. illair in Clay City this Two horses have recenly died yeaiv Many persons from this oh Black creek, thought probably county took in the big'celebra- from the new disease that is tion at Mt. Sterling, but most of our people observed the nation's prevalent in other counties. birthday in their general avoca Henry Hendricks, who has emtion of business. ployment at. Winchester, spent the last of the week with his Unsightly Spots parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hen- Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eoze-mdricks. Ointment, which heals all skin eruptions. xfo matter how long Blackberries are ripe and there i an abundant crop of them. you have been troubled by itching, Tliey will soon begin coming in-- t burning, or scaly skin humors, just market and should be cheap put a little of that soothing antiseptic, I)r Hnbhon'rt Ecama Oint ibis vear. c Monday was county court day Governor McCrenry celebrated nt Stanton and the candidates Ins sevcnty-uftbirthday at were there thh-- as bees. Frankfort Tuesday. The is as spry as one twenty Miss Lucille Kennker and Rife years younger. IIod:kin, of Winchester, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. T. Most of the country schools in White. the county began Monday. The cooler weather which also came Millwrights are here overhaul Monday is a welcome change for ing the Clay City Roller Mills, the school children. preparatory to starting the mill in the manufacture of the splenThe seven weeks chl child of did, lion r it is capable of putting Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gravett died out. at their home in Clark county of whooping cough last Friday. Louie, the son of The remains were brought here Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garrett, died graveat their home near this city Tues- and taken to the Well's yard on Hardwick's creek for buday and was buried in the local cemetery Wednesday afternoon. rial Sunday. Fcnoral services at the grave by Don't forget thcReading Room Rev. L. F. Mann. when you are in want of any kind of reading matter. Almost The Sunday Schools of the any magazine or periodical you churches of the town and the inmates of the Highland Or can tliiiiK ot can he perused nt phanage, made an outing trip to this place. Open Tuesday and laNatural Bridge Tiiesdityt from Saturday afternoons for the dies, and at nights on these dates which much recreation and pleas ure toW1rived by tfTe Members for the men npd boys. h Gov-crn- (. one-year-o- ld regulates the bowel, restores your children to "health and happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin. Ill , A. M. Lowe, the hustling says: 'I have used Kickapoo Worm merchant, was in town Killer for years, and entirely rid Tuesday. my children of worms. J would not ho without it." Guaranteed. Rid Your Children of Worms AH druggists, or by mail. Price Yon can change fretful, 25c. Kickapoo Indinn Medicine-Co.-, children into healthy, happy Philadelphia and St. Louis youngsters, by ridding them ef Adv. worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding of teeth, crying out while unleep, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. accompanied with intense thirst, pains in tho stomach and bowels, Services 2nd and 1th Sabbaths of each month. feverishness md bad breath, are symptoms that indicate worms. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even ings. Kickapoo Worm Killler, a pleasant cani'y lezenge, expels the worms Chas. G. Mann, Pastor. Kid. A. Easter ville on business. is in Beatty Bos-sly- I I n I dif-fere- nt When in Need of I Builder's Hardware, Cabient Mantles, Grates, Tiles, The King 'of all Laxatives For constipation, headaches indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Paul of Buffalo, N. V., says they are the "King of all laxatives. They are a 'de6sing to all my fa mi ly and I always keep a box at home." Get a box and get well. Price 25c. Recommended by all dealers. Adv. Mat-hulk- 2 Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, a STANTON STANTON, COLLEGE, KENTUCKY Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Opens August i8th, 1913. One of the i Best Schools in Kentucky. Class A High School. Students given full credit nt Normals, Colleges and University. Large s per cent, of students get certificates. Tuition $2.00 per month. Board at dormitory as low as $1 50 per week, with work. Scholarship for poor boys and girls Write immediately for our limited first-clas- For Cuts, Burns and Bruises. Tu every home there should be a bus of Uueklen's Arnica Salve, to apply in every case of heme, cuts, wrunds or scalds. J II. Polunco, Delvalle.Tex., 11 No. 2. writes: "Hucklen's Arnk-- Salve ifMvrd my little girl's eut foot. No one believed it could be cured." flm world's bet salve. Only 25c. ltrrotiimonded by all dealers. Ad y a ment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly, ilealihg begins that very minute. Doc tors use it in their practice and r.eomnicnd it. Mr. Alleman, of I.ittletown, Pa., says: "Hud eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks." G.iarnn-teeto lieve or money refunded. All druggists, or by mail. Price 50c Prelffef CheriiicHl Co., Philadel-phi- a and St. Louis. Adv. d r- - Winchester, - Ky. HARDWIfiK & COMPANY. SPECIAL FIFTY DOLLAR OFFERI Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pres., Come to Our Store And let us we. Stanton, Ky. Spring and Summer GOODS. you what a nice line of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1--, cairy. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is r plete with . Variety, Style and Quality. TIMS (JO.MIUNEI) WITH OUR I the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in and wo want you to call and see them and get our prices. You should want to know whoro you can get the best selections and the moBt for your money or produce. We are especially anxious for you to call who are interested in these important points. It is our aim to carry everything tho people want, but can not here mention aP. Low Prices Make it lo your Inteiest to give us a good share of Nothing Is mora Important In the home than clear, steady light. Insure this by retting the oil that burn clear and clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to trfectlon. Costs no more than the Inferior tankwagon oils saves MONEY saves WORK aares eyes. Your dealer has OOLITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. But want to wo Clias. C. Stoll Oil Co.. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa. W. sell the calebnUd NoCarb" Auto OIL call your attention to tho following lines , that handle. your trade. eiui.e We wive to please our customers we know be- - satisfied customers aie our best assets. Yours to please, proiui.i vbtaiuut WALDRON YaABC-ilARK- & JOHNSON, rati at portoii iuUuim it r. rumt tle diu4velr. ait. airiaiNois. watpsUeat In all countries on ho Caves'. awl Coiijrlf lit Send rtkilru. tudel or Phuto. ri. lor Shoes for Men and "Queon Quality" Shoes for Women, in all the new things in tans, gun metals and patents in both low cuts and regalar shoes, "Astor" Brand Hats for Men and Hoys, Hart, Schaffner, and Marx and ''Heart" brand Clothing for Men, Mintor" Brand Clothing for Boys. Wo have thorn for both Men and Hoys in tho latest styles in plain, tdso in tbo now and r Hats popular Norfolk suite. Women's trimmed und and other popular styles, Men's punatna huts, wool, in panamas silk and wash dress goods in all the new things, rain coats for ull, neckwear, suit cases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., oto. "Walk-Over" ready-to-wea- Waltersyille, Ky. Sends tents la tlMn tor InvAltLiMs book on NOW TO OBTAIN t U. rATSKTS. Wulta our will liovr to net dawks; lw aud other valiuuU lafonuAtloa. lT. D. 803 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWVCRB. D. C. I Hardwick & Co., Stanton. MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS BOOKED i ABE SUNDAY SCHOOLS FOR BLUE GRASS FAIR Kentucky's Consolidated Schools Cnil.DItKN fire very much like their parents. They do enjoy n good time people of their own age. In any 00111 school house, how flue It may he. the dinners me that then will he very . HELPJDUCATION Suggestions by Loulsvllia mercial Club. BENEFITS OF . Opens at Lexington Monday, August 11 -- Six G:i Days and Fair in the MidJIa WjsN Co,--Mgii Nights-B- est Loci's Band Com- and Concert Class Vaud3YiU3. Kentucky Sunday School Association tions of the country. It has very Just- the day's program. Has Done Excellent Work, and Its ly become known as On Wednesday morning the breed- - , influence Can Be Extended Through hoise show In the world. It is the only fair Ing classes for standard bred horses, t(le Efficient Aid of Public School which offers a full quota and a classi- as mentioned above, and classes for Teacher8 and 8uperitendents. fication for breeding classes of the Jack stock, etc., will be shown in front great breeds of Amorlcan of the grand stand. throe The educatloiml wave Is rising In horses, as well as show classes, sim- Famous Dlue Grass Stake Wednesday. our old state. For n lotus time each plified and arranged in a manner In the afternoon the famous Dlue mid every organization that was help which makes their distinction clear. Grass stake for saddle lug the movement has been working Pitched on a larger and more exten- horses, which always produces tin Independently. Ndw there Is a desire sive scale than ever before, with the best seen In the world. This stake al- to set together. The following report certainty of Increased Interest on ac- ways gies us a spirited and exciting of a special committee on tin- - work count of various added .features, this contest, and brings out a large field. of the Sunday school association mid year's fair promises to eclipse all preTho yearling division of the saddle ! tlint of the Loutsviflo Commercial club, vious records. horse futurity, which is a renewal nf i will, explain Itself. Numerous additions and improve- the 11)11 show, should prove a great The Kentucky Sunday School nsso ments have been made In the matter show, including as it docs the winners latioii!; has a splendid orgiiibytion of show rings, and amusements have of last year and many ethers. EvefJr county him '.sonic form ojor- peopleJWlio Thursday Is always a great day and-- . (.'iinrzji'tloiu&Mjniy ftf-tbeen secured of a kind and to' an extent that justify the belief that the an extra program has been arranged.' me Interested.'ln all. the best InteJ-'fair will not only prove more valuable The forenoon will be taken up wlthf of the eonSty 'nreifuunibel-entyonir than ever to the live stock interests breeding classes for American saddle thosevho$ih conuwted with tliCis of Kentucky, but also more attractive horses, the prizes for which are parsotlfttionlheHe, pwt&Tms 'uu bejffliv h those who visit it. In addition to ticularly rich and desirable and cer- - en iMpailer view, &vh:it tho weanling and yearling divisions j tain to bring about a magnificent d:iy school, the pubut'school nutrfhe hnnie could do for the entire coniinu vi mo great sauuie Horse rummy, snow three stakes are offered in the show The classes for Short Horn cattle, lilt.v. reaching Jiito the physical, men ;lasses for saddle horses. which always produce a show for tal. social and spiritual development Not only the city pastors, hut tin Short Horns well worth the trip of Attractive Program Each Day. One of the most attractive pro many miles to those interested in rural pastors, who are' hi a nicn-mrgrams for tho week will be on Wed beef cattle, will be shown in front of lenders In the communities, are con nesday, when the classes for standard the grand stand. In the afternoon nee ted with the' Sunday School, usso elation, and In tunny cases the public will be witnessed Junior Championbred horses will be shown. saddle school teachers, superintendents of the In addition to the cash premiums ship stake tor offered, seasons to the leading horses horses and an excellent program for county schools uud .others engaged In educational work. in service are donated by various own- racing, varied show classes for roadThe Commercial club Is ivtichlug ers and should attract the attention sters, three and horses and through Its wide system of publicity, of the entire horse world. fine harness horses. The fair will open on Monday, Aug. Friday morning will be devoted to the prizes It bus been offering, mid the correspondence conducted, many 11, at 2 p. m., when an attractive rac- Jersey cattle, which is always a good ing program has been arranged, in- show, as Uie best herds in the state who are Interested in truest education but whose viewpoint Is different from teresting show rings will be seen, and meet here. Llberatl's Great Band and Concert-companIn the afternoon Shetland ponies, in that of Sunday school workers. The Kentucky Sunday School asso with some of the best solo- addition to racing and a varied prociation holds conventions in almost ists and grand opera singers known gram of show classes. every county in the state every year. to the musical world will be here. Thoroughbred Saturday. attended by thousands of the better, Six singers in costume will be heard Saturday Is always Known as Thor rings citizens. In nddlhn to ..this several in front of the grand stand every oughbred day, 'When we evening, and there is a great treat in which bring together many of tho hundred district conventions and near-store for the music loving public of most noted thoroughbred horses from ly a thousand rallies and conferences are held. This association nlso pub-- 1 Kentucky. the Blue Grass region. tho greatest nurseries-iThe management of the fair, believThe afternoon program is one of llsties the Kentucky Sunday School Reporter with n circulation of about ing that the public demand a change the most Interesting of the entire 5,000 per month. from the old carnival line, have de- week, as it Includes all championships These two organizations could great-cided to put on a high class vaude- in which final contests occur between ly strengthen uud advance the work ville show, every act a headllncr, six winners of the individual classes durbig acts for one admission. A bill as ing the preceding day of the fair. The both are dolug by securing one or more' persons in each county who would rep- good as can be seen in any high class rule governing these classes requires vaudeville house in the country. An all animals eligible to show in theso resent both organizations. Under the entire change of program and players rings, or forfeit money won in the direction of such persous a survey of on Thursday, Aug. 14, two perform- previous shows, and this rule will be ninny counties might be made, (lulling the present conditions and forming n ances daily. strictly adhered to, thereby assuring On Tuesday, the 12th, the big mule largo fields and affording the public common Imsts for future work. At the conventions held time could be given show, always a most Interesting fea- tho opportunity of seeing tho winners for the discussion of topics of vital In ture of the Blue Grass Fair, will bo brought together. shown, and Hereford cattle will also The week promises to be not only iciest i or me iipniiinuiig or l lie coin iiiiiulty. school, home mid Sunday be seen. a gala one in Lexington, but a record Various classes for sheep will bo breaking one In the history of tho school mid the length of the coineii Judged in the pens, and the poultry Blue Grass Fair. tlon be ilieiensed to two, entile il'ijs I flve-gaite- d Lexington, Ky. Since Its organism and p!gccns will be Judged In the Hon In 1906, the Blue Grass Fair bas poultry house. Great show rings in other classes, taken full rank with the largest and two free attractions, music by tho of the state fairs and exposi- great I.iberati's band, will help fill up the best few children In the upper grades. These older children crave coinpaii-lonshl- p and often drop out or school for no other reason. In rm-t- It U not at .nil unusiml to overhear conversation. like the following: "What's the mutter? You nin't going to stop school?" "Yes; I'm goln' to stop. I'm past fifteen." "Hut you ain't tluough school .vetV" "No: I know I ' then NSOMDATKn SCHOOL mtEKSain't, hut I'm Mrdit to de to school every day with n big bunch of little kldfl; I mt't like see me wnlkln' with all those vounirstera taggin' along UMWond wl MHc. fifeii noln' to ston tomorrow." If parents NWild onlyBrhcstlofirthelr children would soon inifn their Individual Viewpoint. The child's viewpoint niiiv not - (r .ftK'o!. flve-gaite- flve-gaite- d , 1 n . I 1 ATHLETICS, MAYSUCK C()NS(LIIATi:iiwS('llll()l.. .MASON CO. be well taken; but, nevertheless, it I, his or her lewpolui mid therefore has value. It is always good policy to Sl'C.U: i i:'i:i: KIM't'ATiONAL lMLIi. The email school can never nlTo.d the plcnsure uud the exhilaration which large numbers of children or Hie s.nue s, IiomI cjiii give. The big schools are particularly stnnig in tliK bold upon the older pupils. (.T e The IVIcGormick Mower The old true aqd tried Machine that does the .Work and does it Right. j The S.lllie llillii; could lie (lone ill ills mill lly holding collfcreiii es winv n wlilei rilllge of topics woitbl lie .ich would be ii ite in reach lint have not yet become unci I'lien each could help tint oilier. Therefore we silliest : I'lrst. Thai In the. tutiiVe' on 'nil mo, .iruuis ol liislltille-i- . i'ii:ieillAi.rt nitil .. i.. i.. t.Yi..i . i ullluw rlmr.!- Iiu to the coreliitlou ol m'ciiIiii mill cell .ions education hi the stale iiloii;: l pile lillus and tllnl. till- - o m be ns limed to n person-wel- l Innnmed m i both religious and scculni In such wuy there uilalit lie Hie ui portunlty of brlugiiili u the m i' though! of people Who the matter the vnlne of sucli cnnvi.i lion. Ileciiuse of tile wide np;io. tin I r l. which the Sunday school bus of rcuchlug audiences In tin uiu Ihls would be the surest, wuy .f : rii in. enthusiasm, dNseuiliiiirlin: I n r rnt I Inn mid removing prejudice fccotnl. That In fhe' futuie m nil nict convention, Price for the Seafon, I m.-i-i- v.-i- e.l J$43. ' - . ib-i- mLa-nnm- liine-neVe- ((u. letting conventions be r ilht-,i lni-c- millii - , nlid , state-the- re , tejldents who shall ironotc tin uiiil rel oiis enillon of lloliill forces' hIoiiu delln'le lines Thll'il.-Tli- uner u I nt post-Utilit- whelievel iiu:-nn- l Irs" I of tile use ol' iln church n u social centei lie e np'm slfj iT iiid eiieouruged. maklm: n io.l Me opening for the (llsstiuiliintloi, or e 'ecntlouiil Ideas. I'onrtll. That at the stiiti nven i in this work lie inuoje n dyji ! fen i uf the progrutu uud If io.shle'U ' inirtliieiil session In u!v '. nrj.se the together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell this Machino Harvester Company manufacture. LI BE RATI AT BLUE GRASS. FAIR. LEXINGTON, AUG. 11 TO 16. lutn(i n()iitli'iiiiiii.ll.ilryj(i Iiitlioi limy tint inuke t lit itiiui uln: ict v Ii. G. Gpabtree & Go., Clay City, - without thoni. - . y. 'n f THE THURSDAY, TIMES. July 10, DEPARTING FROM OLD TRADITIONS 1013 fornia. period has the For no :orn yield of the United St at en exceeded an average of 28 lu?li els per acre. Not even the most fertile state has ever produced over 54 bushels por.acre. .Yet in practically' every section of the country yields of over JUObmh-elare i oiitinuullv being produced by good farmers. It. is asserted that the corn yield of the United States can be easily doubled by the spread of Or if good farming methods. such a yield is beyond our needs, the acreage devoted to corn can be greatly reduced and the land .ii'vnted to other needed crops. There are unto'd billions "I dollars which can be added to the wealth of the tuition by increasing the corn production. No other line of activity oilers Mich opportunities. Tne hope of the Department and of the country is in the boys. Thv more quickly than nun, grap the scientific principles uu derlying the successful breeding -- f corn for greater crops. Youth-lu- l enthusiasm guarantees that the principles once leurned will lie applied to actual corn production with conscientiousness and perseverance." 10-ye- Corn Yeld Increasing. High Schools Aid In DevelopIn tho past five or six years The Department of Agriculture ing Kentucky Fruit Growing. has shown by demonstration that for young men there is greater opportunity in producing the 60,000 TREES IN ONE PLOT. gold of the com crop than there ever was in gathering the gold Appl. Growing Atioeiatiom from the placer mines of Cali- Ext.ntiv. Launched In Rowan and Hardin Counties Movement Meant Wider Ui. of Agriculture and Horticulture. In Rural High Schools of the State. ' s The present year has seen a great Impetus given, to tlie fruit wowing Interests In Kentucky. Two different sections of the state linve' launched extensive apple growing associations. Itotli In Itowan ntiil In Iltmlln counties the work linn lieeu helped nnd developed by our state department of agriculture. The department tins fiirnNlied those coiinllex When the newly grafted young trees were received by the association In llownn county they wore divided among the members, to be placed In home gardens for the summer's growth. In Hardin county It was decided best to plant nnd cultivnte the 00. 000 young trees In one nursery plot. While plans were being discussed as to the best place and manner of caring for this nursery work the agricultural class of the county high school offered to take the trees and enrry them through the summer until transplanting time next autumn. Just next to the high school at a fertile piece of sod land was broken and carefully prepared for (he tender young stock. The day thr planting took place wns made some-thin- s of n gain day for the students, especially s two experts from the stato agricultural station, a government expert and n Louisville newspaper ninn came to Inspect the work. When the (10.000 trees, enough to set 1. f.OO ncres. were stneked In the Bide ynrd they did not look as If they would require much time to plnnt. Rut after the bundles were opened and tiny and neighbors, In gaining a new vrew. point of what education will mean In the coming years. The development of Kentucky's resources should bo the first aim of every citizen, nnd when the enormous practical value of this work Is realized It will give a great Impetus to every form of agricultural endeavor. If this work Is n pronounced success this year It will' naturally mean a wider use of agriculture and horticulture In our rural high schools over the whole state. When this comes It will also mean that each community will be willing to put much larger sums of money Into Its school than It has In the psst. Let Us hope that many high schools will follow this splendid start. McCail's Magazine and McCal! Patterns For Women Have More Frienda than any other nagasmc or patterns, .MtCnU's i ilia lettable Fashion (ritldc monthly in one million one hundred thous.ir.il liomi-Hesides show-it.- ; II the latest designs of Mi Call 1' .ttertis, each is brimful of p ir'.liiifj slio t stf.ries and helpful i formation for women. Sure loner and Keep in Style by mb. s T cigarette fiend is sensitive to the pricking of needles or pins. Needles and pins have no terror to the person who does not recoil from the An Indiana not. Ui gl',r IcCaI's MagafiheMonce. O.ll Including an jne ut a i Jy 50 il tcuv'TiUd McCall Patterns Iree. rie"'.ll Pattern. I.ed all r.tlirm In ttj'-- . ! . il.riiilit-imummy and rumUr aoM. , McCall Patterns tlian any se More il :h r ioi.MlerierimWine.l. Nure hiftltir than l) inatHrfjni ir ts, liiiln.in yi'Ut McCALL'S MAGAZINE " .GV.:7tli St., New York City -- pit O f.j, ("mi i4 PstUr Cftls'stf-i- cnllin nails. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Came I had gotten so weak I I could not stand, and gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardui, the woman's tonic, and menced taking it. I com- Husband to Rescue. From the very first I dose, I could tell it was helping me. can now walk two miles without its moil school nors hitting out young STOCK. 60,000 NEWLY OKAFTED AITLE T11EES. with four standard varieties of apple trees free of charge and has also agreed to advise and triUn the members of the association In the euro and general .cultivation of the young trees Ave Land orchards, during vtbe-ne- xt years. hunches that could be held In one hand were seen to coutaln seventy-fiv- e or a hundred small trees the boys star-- , ed first at the bundles mid then at the well worked ground. The splendid part of this work lies in the fact that the high school Is step- ping outside of the old, narrow, musty limits of educational tradition and Is doing something of very definite value for the community. It will undoubted-- ' ly be of great benefit to the boys who do the work, their fathers, their friends SADDLE HORSES Will Be an Important Exhibit at Lex--( Ington This Year. Outstanding In importance among GrasB Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. LadleV Write to: soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga MeJIdne Co.,Special Chattanooga. Tenn., (or book, Homo Inttructiotu an your case and that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment (er Women," sent In plain trappar. j Don't Blame the Newspaper Alan. "The Shadow of the Cross," the of painting unexplained famous Christ, will be one of the special attractions at' the fair this year. Many o inducements were offered by the fall management before they could secure this famous work of art for the fair this year. Knowing that this will be the last year for public exhibition of r the painting they decided that It must be obtained at any cost, so that the patrons of the fair should have n last opportunity to view it beforet goes into retirement. The picture was painted in 189G by Henry Hammond Ahl, an American artist. Mr. Ahl, desiring to excel In the production of an Ideal of the Christ, spent many weary months trying to attajn his Ideal of the Christ Routed the Mormons. man; he did not succeed and the can Kev. T. P. Kdwards has just vas became a source of worry and vexation to him. A well known lecreturned from the neighborhood turer on religious subjects became inof l'atsey where he held a meet- terested In the artist's work and tried ing. Bro. Edwards informs us to make him understand his realizaas revealed in a dream. that there i6 quite a strong or- tion of Christ Not long afterwards the artist wu-- j ganization of Mormons in that Impressed with the idea sought after section, numbering soino forty aud painted the wonderful countenance seen on ths canvas. He sent for members. In a heated argument tho lecturer friend aud on entering wit If one of the-- elders of the the studio the lecturer exclaimed. painted "Latter Day Soints," in which "Now you have dream." Christ as I in my ,of polygamy played saw him nights the question A tew later Mr. Ahl had ocii prominent part, Bro. Edwards casion to go to bis studio and was as showed the utttr impractica- tonlshed to And that hlB painting In the dark, the Christ bility of this practice with the could be seen be walking In a pale appeared to mercury hovering about, the 100 moonlight, while above and behind y the figure was a black cross. Ills first notch. His adversary was that the moon wa routed by the convincing impression was an open window au'l shining through logic advanced by Bro. Edwards, that the cross was a shadow, but upon and the brethren, if they are closer' inspection he found that a strange phenomenon bad taken place wise, will continue to worry as he had had no Idea of a cross In through theso sweltering nights painting tho picture, and he bad used with as few bed follows as pos- only well known pigments. coin-plotol- The newsuaper man may be bl.uned for a lot of things he can't help such as using partiatity in mentioning visitors, giving news about some folks and leaviuu others out, etc. He simply prints ull the news he can find. Some people inform him about such things and others do not. An editor should not be expected to know the names and residence of all your uncles, aunts and cousins, even if he should see t hum get. on or oil' the train. Tell us about it it's news that makes the newspaper, and every man. woman and child can be associate editor if they only will. Nev-eapologize when you give this bit of information to an editor, for if there lives one so dead that he has lost his appreciation of such favors ho is dead, indeed, to every virtue that imparts value to a paper. WONDERFUL PAINTING AT BLUE GRASS FAIR USF 1JLV1 mm JJ MILLS FLOUR ANUNEXPECTEPOUEST will enjoy tho delightful trial of bread that is uiude from the Pear! (lour. The loaves made from thir high tirade Hour are line, light, whitr and of tempting llavor and u satisfy-inlucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter; that is made from the Peurl Hour. for luncheon or dinner home-made "The Shadow of the Grass" Is on Farewell Toor. the live stock features of the Blue Fair are the three divisions of the National Saddle Horse Futurities, to be contested at Lexington on Monday, Aug. 11; Tuesday, Aug. 12, aud Wednesday, Aug. 13. On Tuesday the division for foals of 1912, and on Wednesday the one for 1911 division. This stake was Inaugurated last year by the Saddle and Horse Show Chronicle, and proved to be the best nnd most exciting exhibition ever given In any ring at any fair, there being 51 exhibits. The renewal of 1911 stake for yearlings and Inaugural of 1912 futurity under same conditions as last year are already causing widespread interest throughout the country. The approximate value of each Is 11,000, to be divided among the 10 best colts or fillies. The two rings themselves would make Tuesday and Wednesday the banner days of the fair. Three other stakes tor Baddle horses are also provided: Ono for $250 for saddle horses, time years or under, and one of $200 saddle horses and un for thrce-ghltcilur. These stakes are always hotly contested and to every lover of the liorte are worth going miles to see. fivo-galte- d d g copvricHt.apkcc Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky HARDWICR s CLEARANCE r COMPANY'S SALE. WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Work of Fair 8ex to Be Well Represented at Blue Grass Fair. The Woman's Department of the nine tiroes Fair, to be held at Lexington Aug. 1 fo 16, will be more Important and extensive this year than ever before. The premium list has been revised, and classes offered cover almost every kind of woman's work and table luxuries. The second floor of the Art tall Is given entirely to this department, and is usually one of the most attractive exhibits of the big fair. On the lower floor the management has urranged with the Canadian Government Exhibit to bring their display of wheat, grain and other agriculture' products. This should attract the attention of every farmer in the state, as It'ls the same display made at big stato fairs uud expositions. 1 We will sell at greatly reduced prices during this Clearance Sale the following: Men's und Boys' Clothing in both Suits mid Odd Pants, Men's Hats, 4,Queen Quality" low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and Pumps, Walk Over low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Dress things 3oods. We have the new, popular and you an idea of the outs we are in all these lines. To give muking, will give you some prices. Men's and Boys' to 35 cut, Men's $8.50 Suits and Odd Pauts, 25 Hats at 82.00 to $3.50, Women's $4.00 Oxfords and Pumps at SJ.OO, $3.50 ones at 82.00, $3.00 ones. at 2.25, Men's 85.00 low cuts at $1 00, $4 00 ones at $3.00, $3.50 oiH'B at $2.00; wash Drees Goods, 25c per yard values ut lOo to 18u per yard, 20c values at 13c, 15u values at 11c, 120 values at 0o, and 10c values t 7c. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. sible. Estill Tribune. I CHAT OVERHEARD AT LOCAL STORE Two Mm Discuss the Present Law. SchoolM BOTH AGREE IT IS UNJUST. To Have the County Authorities Select the Children' Sehoolbooks Often Mean a Hardship For the and a Loss of Valuable Time to the Pupil. Pa-an- ts SJV Bin. somebody told rat- lb" county Is to select the children's school books for next year.' "Tep. that's what the frttm ronrwt the courthouse say. It's a new tow gain." "Xo; I recltoa they're gone- - fnrefe ti the erne we bad .a pood while as" Well, all I can say Is I'm rolshfy orry,"" "Wiry' Doat yo tMnfc oar fitffcscnw select good sdwoltaolksy "Coarse thy can. bat that slu'c tne point rta. drfvtni'ac Lonlt bcmywi'rv reostnf a tarni same a I aiir, uJn"r - i oM to ko through hluh nchool. The 'Hiu'ln' round means (lint my boy nti't take n high school education like planned to. Just the other day I In n paper whero the nveraiM pay r thD nitfu who had only gone thmutsli lo 'to eiRht grades was almost m Hint of the feller who had hnd it ,Ti school course If tlmt' so ni' iv'li stand to lose almost $3,000 li v rd money In the next twenty yni r tils life. He'll lose enough tlirmuli "ie chnuges In bis school to liny hint ti at flRs farm." The men were silent again for n fen iimnpnf. At length one spoke nr. Kinder strange how all of vn fellers alk an' plan bow tbtags ought to Sr at Washlogton," be said. "We talk of who should be president an' all that. An' we won't take the trouble to try to straighten oat a scboolbook law In Kentucky that means money out of oar pockets erery tine we mor as' money out of oar children's pockets for tbe rest of tbefr actwral Urc" "Say, let's sjj agree to watch ffc scboote Jsvt, Bttle Mt an' let's next legisfatnrc as' S4 bnsr with If nsfenen t&at stand between lint lwr plow bandies aa' feed tKk things fixed to ssfi oar poefcetfoo&a a a' to sake it better for oar tUWteevL," Olay OUy, Ky,, July 0, 10i0, ci in my ttfofcfeiiue, tills To the Demnoratu of Powell Decetiibfr, A, t). IfJBO, I Otli day of county 1 ttm a s or gt candidate far by all ftfiitfiL'Ifilii, ?6e;. Hall'n Ctttinli Cure k taken ln On account of glckuois 1 linve Take iiiill's Kiiiiilyi'illc foffti teftially, and ndN direbtly on tl3 been unnblo to canvms the conn' blood un 'I 4 iiHiuttus siltwets' of the itlj)fl0H, ty. I take (iieio mount of reiicli-inthe voter. 1 would like to co every one, but as stated a bove ft wJII bo Impossible to do so and I would like for yon fo consider my condlflon und 1 would appreciate nny fitvor anr one would do for mo In any way, &tm the Meti&ema imfaij ' Youra for kind favor, fioM ttf the dimittes iimt atsiiettlluftj ia io be UugbUa ib fufii eimk of KtilUkf-- it & A. Easier, daert tetettere ieo mmb aiib tfte tuffkuium (tW (eg'tittf-St9ie of Ofifo, CJty ?f Tolwlo, 6 t if tiMf a tombf-SHit-- tfcef f6i afrtrt it aft ttgut Trsftk J, Cheney mhVfa oath Iftrt-irf1 of Mtbitiii agricttff ft tfr rWi that ht is tetthit' pHtiner of the firm AegeMor. g suh A i W, (ilfnotnii Nn(Mfy j,()fci yg(ttu. Scud ftir (liihfitiiiijfi lms t (iiPHtfv Athhm f'flii 'fnlVdfl, a-gold Teaching Agriculture iir-H- W i of e't TfW.injtheCitffS TK-Jffmm' 4i(t ftifd it u smtiwiim.f Out &itfdit Oadtr'tiifirti 1Mwf&d yWsv " mud StMf frewl imtt'tott&i ft- fi'ftime W tfcwst We cioct'wvwiM firm will iyT of W M" 6? dfsthlict sc6ofe tff fntftfgnf fe tnW fW IWtf t6e fwV ffred tiomrsfitr wr?ft- r(rf every tdfc tt&mmt of fc twM cAvx tmteblm, We Aw bmHi setM wbiV w V.i. Cbertey teQtt,, ihe-dUf- dtAtifi titii aiiit-a)f)- d - - r- -' hy the tfzs f lUlfi? frtnk 3, (Shinty, iii' ESTTED TBfCSTEHr WHO 1 Or KESTPOWSTBtE ffOK IKE GnStrOUT ANT? EDTTCATIOW G(rth (tote, mmnj tetenyi to eYw tto ttHettite watt MeteB ttW fefc Wi &iti4 toft 6 n'c" t a1 6iW rtf to1 fAW pir wn'eW iafsimUkm Wttt sf WV&.m itit& tfte' w'6W irt c wW i e i ben "WeiH, suppose1 yoai Buy your foy iwf gfcll ai sett off boots for gellnuf tifixt fall, an. tnem Uou tile Cnrlstn-a- s mUdiy youi go aver tao tile- - Bfe Bill): aid))! nalgndonuood! 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