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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 10, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911081001_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 10, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $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. r tVYY TIMES. THE CLA 1 SI. 00 a Year in Advance. We are here to help Clay City, the StrrouoJing Country and Ourselves. .1. R. Uiirgher, ruhlishcr. VOL. XVI. Old Powell Boy Honored. CLAY CITY, KY. THURSDAY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. AUGUST JO. 191 1. NO. s.iid convent'on on the b.iM of on delegate for every 200 voUs and tvery fraction of 200 over 100 vote" past by the Democratic party in Powell county at the Presidential election of 1008. All known Democrts, all independent voters and all minors who will be legal voters by tbe November election, 1911, and all voter who declare a purpose to ufliliutf with the Democratic party in th next State election of 1011, are declared eligible to participate in said mass convention and eligible to delegates to said State convention. Given under my hand, this August 1st, 1011. J. II. O'Rear, Ch'm Democratic Coin. Powell Co. Attest: Luther Loving, Secretarv. nonev Returned. The commission in charge of Protracted Meeting. 1 lie manufacturprotracted meeting at Frank Russell, er of beer staves, and a vim the Methodist church has been supporter of Judge E. 0. O'Rear postponed until the first- Sunday before and since thelatter's nom- in September. The Rev. O. J. ination for Governor on the Re- Olandler, one of the ministers publican ticket was named as that, was to assist is sick, and the chairman of the Republican City Rev. M. T. Chandler that was to and County Campaign Committee also assist has a sick child so he at a meeting of the Republican cannot come, and us Pastor FryCity and Connty Committee held man has been engaged in protract at the Gait House last night. ed meetings already for two Mr. Russell is a son of the late weeks he is pretty well worn out. Charles W. Russell, who made and finds it impossible to contin the race for Congress from the ue the services alone. Tenth district, on the Republican Stringent Liquor Laws. ticket on several occasions. The The recently adopted liquor son hns an oflice in the Columbia law building and lives at. 205 Peter-so- n forty-fiv- ein Alabama provides that per cent, of the voters avenue. Heretofore he has must petition for local optiou be not figured prominently in Refore an election can be ordered publican politics in this city. to decide the question in any Thursday's Courier-Journacommunity, whereas many as forty-fiv- e per cent, of the quali To Pensloa Old Men. United lieu voters unite in calling lor a Every Person in the States. 60 years of age or older,who locul optiou election, the issue is has been a citizen sixteen years.who pretty well settled before the e has an income of less than $(' a lection is held, so far as that week and who has not been con- community is concerned. victed of a felony, would be put on Mrs. LennieOrow is dangerous the pension roll of the United ly ill at Hays, Ky. Mrs. W. F. States if Congress passen a bill Burnett, a sister to Mrs. Crow reintroduced today by Representaturned from her bedside Monday tive Berger, of Wisconsin, who conMrs. Ellen McKiu-uey- , afternoon. stitutes the Socialist party in the Mrs. Crow'c mother and Hduse. The bill would give pen. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crow, pa sions of from $1 to $4 a week. Mr. rents of Mr. Crow, all from this Berger offered a joint resolution county are with Mrs. Crow. .provldirig'for the appointment of a Milton Hutsou died Friday, commission to investigate tbe August 4th at his home in this pension question. "The old woiking men and wo- county near Log Lick, aged sixty men are entitled to a living outside six years. Funeral services at e of the and without the his home and burial in the ceine aid of t rivate charity," said Mr. tery at Log Lick. He was a lead Merger in discussing his bill. "If ing citizen in that end of the county and was held in high es the old parties and the Supreme teem by many friends. Court do not realize that fact, th"y Mrs. O. W. Duncan who has will be wiped out of existence, tobeen confined to her room for gether with the old Constitution." quite awhile is able to go out in Old papers for sale at this oflice, to the shade and enjoy the best air. 20 cents per hundred. B. - great contest now being waged at Washington, D. 0., between Be it Resolved! by the State Democratic Senators as the repCentral and Executive Commit resentatives of the people and tee of the Democratic party of Republican Senators as repreUIU OIUIU 111 IVfllllllCftV, III JIJIIK. sentatives of the protected and session assembled;!! Louisville, privileged interests of the counKy., on July 20, 1911, (a quorum try. The term of said James to of each of said committees bein be elected as aforesaid shall bepresent, in persoii'jjjfhnt a Demo- l. cratic Delegate State Convention beheld in the ci$ of Louisville on Tuesday, the loth day ot Au gust, 1011, for th&purpose of a dopting and promulgating a plat form of principles for guidance of Democratic officers and of the party in Kentucky) and for the consideration thereof by the peo nle in the annroachinrcamnai"n. to be followed byNovember e- lection of 1011, arid at which a State ticket and mem bers of the next General Assem bly dre to be elected. 2d. Delegates shall be to said convention on the bas is of one delegate for every 200 votes and every friction of 200 over 100 votes castiby the Demo cratic party of Kentucky at the Presidential election of 1008, and which delegates shall be selected in mass conventidnjheld in each and every county ,In the State; provided that in cases of coun ties having two orSmore legisla v it tive districts separate conven- tions. shall be heldyneach legis 1012. gin on March Uth. Said mass conventions shall be held at the court houses in various counties constituting one legislative district, or where two or more counties constitute a legislative district; and shall be held at places to be designated by the chairman of the legislative districts in all counties having more than one legislative district. Notice of the time and places of hold i tic said mass conventions shall be given by publication for not less than ten days prior to the holding of same. ..... U . lattvo-diBtric- elid-mas- a con. old-ag- e poor-hous- ventions shall be held in each and every county and legislative district in the State as aforesaid beginning at two o'clock p. m on Saturday, August 12, 1011, una said conventions shall be called to order and held in the manner provided by the party law. 3d. All known Democrats, all independent voters and all tnin ors who will be legal voters by the November election, 1011, and all voters who declare a purpose to affiliate with the Democratic party in the next State election of 1011 are declared eligible to participate in said mass conven tiou and to be elected delegates Calif or Convention. The Democrats of Powell county nre hereby notified that a mass convention will be held at the Court house, in Stanton? Ky., on August 12th, 1011, at 2 o'clock p m , for the purpose of selecting Delegates to attend and represent Powell county in the Democratic Delegate State Convention to be held in the city of Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday, AugtiBt 15th, 1011, for the purpose of adopting and promulgating a platform of principles for the guidance of Democratic officers and the party in Kentucky and for the consideration thereof by the people in the approaching campaign, to be followed by the November election of 1011, and at which election a State ticket and member of the next General Assembly are to be electtd. Delegates shall be selected to the $100 000 fund appropriated to run down the murderers of William Goebel Monday turned back into the State Treasury 1,- 00;.05, being the remainder of by the $20,000 which was commission, showing that the ex penditure was $18,00(5 JJ5. There remains in the treasury $81,00!!, 05 and the commission has asked for its discharge. d'-aw- Administrator's Notice. All persons having accounts a. gainst the estate of America Curry, deceased, are hereby notified, to present same to the undersigned proven as lequired by law. Those knowing themselves indebted to the estate will save court costs by puying promptly. D. M Curry, Admr. will annexed of America with Curry. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Just Received a nice line of Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see your earliest convenience. You at will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. to said State convention. 4th. As the present party organization was selected only three years ago and has not yet served a full term of four years, and as a State convention will bo held in 1012, the State to be held as aforesaid on August 15, 1011, is not called for the purpose of selecting com mitteemen or party organiza tion. 5th. Said committees jointly assembled ratify the action of the State primary of July 1, in selecting nominees for State offices, as declared by the State Executive Committee, and with confidence appeal to all liberty loving voters of Kentucky to aid n the election of said magnifi cent State ticket uominated in said primary, and also aid in the e termination of Republican in Kentucky and in the of Democratic members of the next General Assembly, so that Hon. Ollio James the Democratic nominee for United States Senator, shall bo elected to represent the. people of Kentucky uud of the nation in the con-ventio- are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are n Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our good8.They willopen your eyeetoan opportunity. mis-rul- Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live In Cluy City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" cox THE TIMES. PUBLISHED EVKKV T1IUKSPAY. Subscription rates 81 a year ortliree publicans. years in ndvunce 82. ) from a Republican executive ami it simply shows that in measures intended for the relief of the A mcricuh people that we must look to the Democrats in Con gross for aid and not to the lie E. Hurghcr, Publisher. sccond-cliis- Entered na s ninil mutter. Thursday, Aug. 10, 101 1. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and it i Courier-Journ$1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 1)0 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist To al tt ii 'DEHOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator, OLME 3. .TAMES, of Crittenden county. For Governor JAS. H. McCREAKY, of Madison county. For Lieutenant Governor E. .T. McDERMOTT, of Jeffcrson'county. For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT, of Adair county. For Auditor HENRY M. BOSWORTII, of Fayette county. For Treasurer T110S. S. RHEA, of Logan county. For Secretary of State C. F. CRECELIUS, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian county. For Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN, 0 of Woodford county. " For Clerk f of the Court of Appeals ROBERT L. GREENE, of Bracken county. ; I We are authorized to announce . T. Unll.of Powell county, for Representa- tjve from this the "3rd Legislative dis-- . The man who consumes ail tjiet, subject to the action of the Re-- ; Aililieau convention. of his income in providing him -r The reciprocity measure how ever, is only one step in the right direction for-i- t lets in livestock from Canada, but it does not let in Canada's dressed meat, there by protecting the great beef trusts. It lets in Canadian gra but it does not let in Canadian Hour, thereby protecting the great mill trusts, and there are several other features of discrimTins time of year a woman's ination contained in the bill, which was framed by President money runs much to waist. Taft, and never amended in Con Perpetual notion Machine. gress. Investigation by a large nianu company is being made ' President Taft has endeavored facturing of what is claimed to be a per to clear li i m sol r ot the accusa petual perfect tion of having helped Jhe Gug ed by Noel Hqdges, of Frankfort genheim-Me-rga- n crowd to get Mr. Hodges claims that thesmal possession of Controller Bay up model which he has at his home in Alaska. Controller Bay as is in Holmes street has been run well known is the key to the ning for eight months, without great coal fields of Alaska and any means of propulsion outside by having control of that harbor of the power the machine itself crowd generates. the He claims th it the will be able to control the coal maclnne will' produce power lields which are worth many mil enough to run an electric ftui or lions of dollars. ' Mr. Piuchnt small dynamoiand he says he has has replied to President Taft' refused an offer of $50,000 for explanation and henms shown his invention. that the agents of Morgan-GuHe says the, machine has been genheim crowd were present at examined by experts and they Controller Bay .when President have agreed with him that he Taft opened those lands to pub has solved the difficult problem he entry. The rule is that 80 of making a 'machine that will days notice should be given to run until it wears out without the public before any public lands should be open to settlers, and by permitting the Morgan Guggenheim crowd to get secret information their agents were enabled e on the lauds when they were opened practically making them a present of that valuable ,cite. This is a most damaging charge against Presi dent Taft as he has shown a wil lingness to give a rich syndicate control of the Alaskan coal fields worth probably $200,000,000. motiOOr-machine the use of springs, comprersed air or other motive power. The invention is a wheel with steel balls at the end of the rods on one side of the wheel, the weight of these being enough Mr. Hodges says, to drive the wheel If your wife has the habit of on a round. searching your pockets, get a small rubber snake and put in SPOUT SPRING. them. Whats the matter with a Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Todd, of lubber mouse? Ituekerville, visited lelutives The question is not "Who fath here a few days last week. ered the trusts?" it is "Who Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Bush, of feeds them?" Vaughn's Mill, spent Sunday A lot of Senators are merely with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McKin-uey- , the hitter's uncle. politicians in statemans clothing this month. They had letter be reconciling themselves to the result which we believe is sure to come with the county unit plank inserted. form to be' made in Louisville advertised in the Clny City Times. Bro. Mclutosh is another witness 'to the fact that advertising pays. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) S Lucas county. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of firm of F. J. Cheney Sr Co.. 'iloinir business in the city of Toledo. County nnd State aforesaid, nnd thnt caid linn will pay the cum of one hundred dollars fur each and every cafe .of Catarrh that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to befrffe me and subscribMr. and Mrs. A. E. Sams and ed in my presence, this Gth day of A. E. Sams, .Jr., spent Sunday December, A. D. 188(1. with friends here and attended A. W. Glensnn, lhral Notary Public. preaching at the Baptist church. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inA splendid shower of rain fell Sunday over the scope of country ternally and acts directly on the the extending along the road from blood and mucous surfaces of Send for testimonials system. the bridge to near this place free. when it seemed to waste uway. F. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, (). Elder G. W. Melr.tosh sold Sold by all druggists, 75c. last week to West. Smith, of Take Hall's Family Pills for mure Furnace, the eight-year-ol- d Morgan-Guggenhei- . g THE Cash Grocery Handles every thing in Groceries for Cash and in to-b- YoUNeed the Send ces a clean, slrong, WASHINGTON ! NOTES. The reciprocity bill, tlie pas- sago of which, was the sole pur- ptise of President Taft in calling Lfrngvesp together in extra session has been disposed of and w'ill become a law as soon as the cfinadiun Parliament approves the same. Only a small portion of the reciprocity agreement is in operation as yet and that por- - lites to t u'liw.li lit iwiu' i miirii t i vn ru. wood pulp which Canada produces. This however, will hi t umi akrent'benelit to tho newspapers it will give them relief from t!o white paper trust which has lijd the price right up to tho top notch. Canada has now entered upon a campaign for the election of a new Parliament which is to iks upon the reciprocity meus uie. it is thought that sir waited IiHiirier tho Prime Minister 'Camilla, will hold more than u ajority in the new Parliament w'hich will be chosen in Septem- with all the necessaries und comforts of life, is u good friend to himself and family, while the man who provides a limited yet u 6uilicient amount of the same blessings and saves a part of his income and places it in legitimate channels and avenues of trade and indus tries is a friend to himself and famiy, a friend to society and n public benefactor besides. Begin aying up a little each day by saving tho money you now spend for that which you ican do just as well without, and especially suvingthe money you now spend for what you can fur better do self and family of pro-gressi- ve bank. We Exchange for Produce. need your and your friendship business. get together? Can't we Dd it now? CLAYCITY J. W. Williams USE HOPE without. President Taft has engineered the reciprocity bill through Congress which brings Canadian produce into competition with the American farmer, but let's in nothing free that competes with trust, controlled urticles. The Democrats and Insurgent Itepublicans will pass it bill placing farming machinery, wool goods and other articles on tho free list, which will greatly ben-eitho farmer and consuming public. It. is reported that Taft will veto the bill. If he does the farmers will lix his business NATIONAL BANK. Very Serious It Is a very serioHi matter to ask for one medicine tad have the wrong one fcivea you. For thla reason we urge yea is buying to be careful to get thegesuifie & MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, Dread und pies the woman is who bus made them from Hon: Mills' Hour. Success in bread ur cake baking is ulwuys sure to follow when you use this high rnde and satisfactory Hour, sold everywheie. ber and that will the reciprocity be promptly d. treaty ! I it Some of the Democratic pa gress. pers are wearing themselves out ' It is a very unusual honor, for trying to prevent the county in Democrats to receive thanks nit plank in the Democratic pluN i President Taft has publicly tanked the Democrats in the House and Senate for their hearty support of the reciprocity bill v.'ithout whom the bill would in 1012. never have passed through Con- ly established. It dees set imitate other medicines, k to better tfaaa others, or it wou!4 set be the Is- - if vorite liver powder, with larger T sale than all other rerablnsd. The reputation or . this old, tsli- ble medicine, for constipation, in- digestion and liver trouble, JU firm-- I X I f Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky; THE TIMES. AN ALL 1I0ME-MAM- 5 I'APKR. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... Aug, 1911. J. H. Dawson, of Winchester, was transacting business in the :ity Monday. Misses Grace and Reese Shim-fess- are visiting relatives in Cyntliiana this week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Toddof Clark county, spent Saturday with relatives in the city. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Monday, August. 7. Bow-ma- n Some of the hottest weather of the summer has prevailed this week, and horn. it as dry too as a pow-tie- r A number of our people are taking in the pleasing sights at the big Biuegrass Fair at Lexing-tothis week. We are one day early this week but then we just had to go to the n Shelt McKinney has taken a S contract from the county to make Broken lines of Ladies' and Missa better grade of the fill apes' shoes at 81 and 75c a pair. Just proaching the Walters' Ferry right for school and every day bridge from the south side. It Mrs. J. VV. Williams. wear. is a very steep grade as it is now Con-lee'- Thursday was the best day. fair one day and we decided nient was raised by the State on Creek was down Tuesday additional proof furnished by to see his sister, Mrs. l'leas Wal- (Ltiurs and Huntsman. ters' who continues very ill. A big suit was filed some Mine ago imainst the L. & N. for monMr. and Mrs. Fred Blackburn ey due the State, while this suit of Stanton, are the proud parents is for upward of $500,000 due, of a line boy which arrived at and the comities their home Friday, Aug. Ith. through which the L. & N. runs Hogs in Mercer county are dy- will come in far large amounts of ing by the hundreds from chole- taxes alleged to be due each. The suit is based upon alleged ra and a disease of the head. Some farmers have lost several fraudulent reports which the L. hundred dollars worth with these it N. is charged with having made td the Auditor. The road diseases. is charged with falsifying its net earnings to the amount of severThirty Years Together. al millions of dollars and falsifyThirty years of association-thin- k ing its milea:e in and out of of it. How the merit of a good Kentucky. The taxes are figurthing stands out in that time or ed on net earnings and mileage, the worthlessness of a bnd one. So and this suit charges the comthere's no guesswork in this evi- pany's report of 28 per cent, of dence of Thos. Ariss, Concord, mileage in Kentucky is false, and the road's own books Mich , who writes: "I have used show that 80 per' cent, of its mileage Dr. King's New Discovery for '.10 is in Kentucky. years, and its the best cough and cold cure 1 ever used.'.' Once it finds entrance into a horned yon can't pry it out. Many families have used it forty years. It's the most infallible throat and lung medicine on earth. Unequuled for lagrippe, asthma, hay fevt;r, croup, quinsy or sore lungs. Price 50c, $1 "I bny my groceries at Wil Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by liams'. " Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. Henry Tipton, of upper Hard-wick- 's i fifty-seve- n I lie chief of. the body h link in the Chain ri l.ift--. m ii A chain -. mi iriA than 'I'J neakest link, the body no sfniniier than !(h weakest organ; If there is weakncr of itonmrh, tivcr ur Umis, there is ( weak link in the chain o! life which may tM-- ut mi lUnv. Often this "weakness" Is caused by lack of nutritior. lie result of vcai.ness or disciim of the stomach and other organs of digcitjon and iirfrilinn. Diseases nr. weaknesses of the stomach and its allied .if,un:i nn; cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Yhtn llio weak or diseased stomach cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the f Icrtuch but whii h have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, ute cured also. liiicli of f nr ivr k j fM . i- fttrincr fl 1 acm and a atroni body. GivbnAway. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cestamps for the d book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. cloth-boun- The gtroni man has m atroni t,tomnctu Take Me above recommended "Dlseov err" and you may have a atroni atom' Buy 7 Farm Implements, i 3 and Plows, Harrows, y Cultivators FROM- J J cv FRUIT and SHADE TREES. STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Blackberries, Asparagus, Mr. and 'Mrs. Emerson Conlee, and should have been tixed bes fore this time. Raspberries, Roses, Rhuof Mt. Sterling, visited Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. barb, etc4 Fight Like Tigers. Bowman near this city Saturday Write for free catalogue. In righting to keep the blood pure and Sunday. We have no agents. white corpuscles attack disease R. D. Ramsey and son Charles germa like tigers. But oft'.n germs F. Hlllenmeyer of Winchester, were here Mon- multiply so fust the little fighters Sons, day afternoon in the interest of are overcome. Then see pimples, and sores the Winchester Overall plant of boils,- eczema, KY. LEXINGTON, multiply and strength and appetite which they are now sole fail. This condition demands Bitters to regulate stomach, The Rev. Joe Mathewa,--a liver and kidneys and to expel poieen-year-old boy preacher of sons from the blood. They are the 'J CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 Wilniore College preached a the best blood purifier," writes C. T. i SURPLUS AND UN-Methodist church Sunday morn Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., "I have P DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 ing and assisted in the services ever found." They make rich, red Sunday night and Monday night. blond, strong nerves and build up TUB At the regular session of the your health. Try thera. 50c ut Lumber Co.'s store. city council Friday night that Swann-Dabody took up the bridge question L. & N. Sued. jg X. Holly Withbbspoon, Piier, with the county. There are now Auditor's Agent Earl C. HuntsOashibb. two more bridges to build in the man has filed suit in Franklin ; W. K. Spuak, city line and we think these two county against the L. & N. railRliould be built at the same time road, upon proof 'furnished by J YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED so as to finish up all the fords of Inspector Noel Gaines to assess the county. this road's omitted franchise of $20,5181,858 for 1907; $27,805,1(50 A Kins Who Left Home pet the world to talking, nut Paul for 1008; $10,224,000 for 1009, No Maihulku, of Buffalo, N. Y. says he and $88,228,890 for 1910. hom.e the king of suit was brought to asses 1011, always keeps at Watchmaker Dr. King's New Life because the current year's assess- nil laxatives 55U Jeweler. and that they're a blessing Tills all his family. (Jure constipato MillikanBusiness School tion, headache, indigestion, dysLexington, Ky. pepsia. Only 25e at Swunn-DaL imber Co.'h store MHUS Ul TT A HI kiuvit BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND. . All. Ueoalrlnz on Strbrt Notice and as It. may seem strange that Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- TYPEWRITING. dry and parching as it is in Clay Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, 5 ft V. Winchester, - Ky. 4 - salt-rheu- m sevent- Cut Price -- y Winchester Bank, CLEARANCE 1 SALE If you are interested in saving money, take advantage of Our loss will be your gain. The following lines Men's und Hoys' Clothing, Women's will go inthissule: Mines' and Children's low cut Shops, Millinery goods, all Sum-mDress Goods, Men's and Boys' Huts, Women's and Misses' The following will Neckwear, Sewing Machines, fcc, of the prices wo will make in this sale: give you an idea thiti sale. . ? er HARDWICK and CO. ! j.p.riAUPPiN,! I t I y ( City, two miles south of here for This school has turned out huna distance of about a mile, two dreds of men and women who good rains have fallen the past ure successes. It will make week and mud holes are still in n success of you. the road from Sunday's ruin when holes i.i the branches uud emu Us Wiite for Catalogue. well lilled und overllowed. w.'i-3 f HON UUAKANIfcfcU. a une oi 1 t 4 MEN'S $21.00 suits for 18.00 suits for 16.50 suits for SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for suits for T t T Jeweiry Walt cc m m peciacies. . $14.00 12.00 1.00 1 $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for MU River Hotel BuUdtag, CLAY CITY, u nA see mv iM wv iwu in KENTUCKY. f 4.50 Boys' Suits as Follows: 4 50 suits for 2.50. 2.25 H.OO suits for $4.50. fo.00 suits for.'J.dO. suits for $1.25. 2.00 kuiU for 1.10 Women's low cut shoes as follows : 84.00 ones at a 00. y.50 one at 'IJ0. 8.00 ones at 2.25. 3.50 ones ut 1.75. In the cheaper grade of low euts forWomen, Miss-i'und Children the prices are cut the same per cent. 8150.00 Sewing Machines at 22.50. 825.00 Sewing Machine ut 817.50. If you are in need of u buggy, it will pay you to see our lino und get our prices, for we can save you money on them. ' We nro sole agent for both Fish Hros. uud Mitchell wagons, and cun also b:.ve you money on them. , IS. K. Accused of Stealing;. s' Chamberlain, of Clinton, liuuklcn's ArMe. boldly accuse nica Salvo of stealing the sting from burns or scalds the pain sun; of uU kinds the distress f 1)41111 lioiU or piles. "It robs nuts, sprains uud injuries nuns, terror," lie sujs, "as u u( their li. uluig remedy its t pial don't ex-i- t " Only '25c ut S wan Lumber d'.'e oioie. Electric WOOL Bitters WE BUY DESand f -- "- -- Messes Wwl Bq m tin ijtf' im ts ft we cuss m i.-i-- H Succeed wbm everything else fail. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, m thousands have testified. u; WaYta Lasktilk. Wt hciiik ivmjm. Wots 1st sots lull ia ism. umvm, Ij. it FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ia the beet medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Different Proposition. K'niiniiiu n country newspaper tin v N quite u (lifiuront unit ter from iiiiitutij: a store, tin ollieo. or any other litisiness. The paper lias to come out every week in theyenr no mutter whether there is uny iiei, lulvertisiii-or jeli work ; ami its up to the editor to cet it out. on eaeli occasion, with the maximum amount of matter. The me reliant, real estate man. lawyer or other liusincv man can shut up shop, j:o lishini: or hie liimsell to some eool, sequeteil spot Cora tew weeks until the hot weallici is over if lie wants' to; but the editor iinit stay at home ami mind away. No mat ter if then- hasn't heen a news n e las, item on the ftreet in .e can't lie's not to make new;;. tlu-si- ; ; l . PUBLIC 15y SALE. liml it hei w ie order of the Board of Trustees of Stanton Hifh School the undersigned will on the 1st Monday in Sept. 1911, nt the Court Houbc door in Stanton, Ky., at 1 o'clock, sell to the highest bidder on a credit of six and twelve months, the Stanton High School lot together with the buildings thereon, containing uhout acre, lying east of the jail lot and' north of the Court House. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved se curity bearing interest from dato. The board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all Hds. This in a desirable piece of property and well located. Outlier Stephens". Chairman. J. D. Atkinson, Secretary. 1 H School Per Capita. Farm For Sale. this Wliilo tho State make 100 acres two miles from Cl iy .year an nppruprititiiin of City on Alt. Sterlii g mud. Fair percnpitu fur all ficlionl cliililrcn improvements. A bargain for wonic in tin StntoV There is a law of one. .1. W. Ballard. oqunlizPtiiiu' working in tlio vu W'incesti r, Ky. Route 7. rimis counties so' as to keep up tho solarics'for teachers of e mall district! which brings the per capita bolow Jf4 40 in some conn, ties, and above $4. 'JO in other counties. It runs under this law from $1 22 in Robertson county promptly obtained in all countries i'nn.rihi7SiV $1-1TRAOa--ilaK- Very Serious It ia a very cerloua matter to ask tor one medicine and have the For this wrong? one given you. reason wo urge you In buying to be crsAl to get the genuine BU-TrmigH- T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, far constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is flrm-l- y established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is bitter than others, or it would not be the favorite Kver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 03 in Hullitt cnunty. In 1'ow. $1 5J0. I ell the per capita is IrtrrMl. Hrnd Hketch, ModrT or Pluilo. SlipoPIT on patrniahlllty. uthu ii tor rttpract- - Boom In Southern Lands. rnps for InralnsMs liook Whirh ones will liar. How m art 1 law and othrr rsloabla Information. 23. nu nr,...' 1 ftrti;.i--5,.-iia- j FREE 30 riED CENT IN ADVANCE. YoMr0r"i DAYS TRIAL B BNFt "a ' v V. ' My Factory Direct to you. save sxrotossu. i iiprovemis in shadow of a. doubt If you will let me ship you ons of my urgans on xreo maw Adler I proTe etery The fact that fiiriiiinj: lands in Southern States can be brought for about the price that is paid in other states is bringing a great many investors to the south, from both northern states and also from England. A IbitUli Company has recently purchased 32 thousand acres of cotton land in the State of and "a Dutch Company has purchased 1) thousand acres in the same state. v A California Company is financing a big deal in the'Stato of North A Cliicimo Comnanv is 'linaii'.-ini- : a deal for thirty thou sand acres in Georgia, and a New York concern is about to make a big deal in the state of Louisiana. Valuable, lands in flic si u Ih u ill from now on find ready purchasers and steady Sent the ono-llii'- '303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAUVt-Ctn-. D. C. Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I tissd it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." Mis-sissip- i, Car-olitis- i. TAKE Tk DU I WomansTonic ICYH'JS L. ADLEK and Oraaa Trust You TIttNlaMlngale of Orstnt BaHiDC rii MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY 1 IVo busted the hot air bubblsZof the dealers, scents and middlemen of this country b to tno hom at the tarue price they formerly paid mo for my organs. ' direct SEND ME YOUR NAME Don't we need m ire back bone for the interests of hiinianit.v? Not. a spinal column tlmt cannot yield or hend ;' but upright, and that will fearlessly expii's upright and just opinions a gentle, honest steadfastness, which is cruel never. Shingles for Sale. Black if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it. Try it for your troubles. Begin today. tor Special Instructions, and Write to: whether you want to buy or not and lit send you free of charge and postpaid the most wonderful crzan booK and buying; plans you ever saw. All the organ men tn this country claim they make the beitorKanbutdonotiriveyouanyproof. I do. and here le the proof. I own my own timber lands, saw mills, dry kilns and factory. I do not have to pay one penny of profit for lumber or milUr-ff- . The profit that other manufacturers pay to lumber and saw mills. I put into my Adler Organs. (The wo reason my organ is oeiier una any ower mue. Anouer in iRnnngaies Di uncus;, Pro if I Kuarantee my organs for CO years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years. Dun'tthls mean somethinirT My aelllnir Diana are the fairest, slimlasr. safest and easiest ever placed before the American public. In that I grant my customers all the time they want, arrarge tij.'lr payments as it suits their Income and circumstances, give them reasonable extensions of time If they can't meet their payments and charge them no interest. Aslc some of your neighbors who dealt with mo about this. That's the best proof yon can get. I would just as soon give you tl.000 In gold if you can duplicate this proposition. 1 Ladies' Advisory Dept. ChalUnoota Medicine Co.. Chitttnooea. Tena. book. " Home Treatment lor Women," tenf free. J 52 tun pine at 8'J.oO and per thousand at mill. "Davis & Burgher, Vaiiebn's Mill, Ivy. oak-and SuIn rib.-- for the Times. MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) hit a tone nearest to the human voice, a pure singing ton that lasts a lif o time and It won the highest pnw at the St. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are the best. Everybody is buylnir on organ these days and everybody is buying an Adler on account of its bigh quality, wearing qualities, s lijami reputation. Iamsellingthemfsrlessthandealarsandagentaaresellingcheapergraoeorgana a wnen you stop to think and realize that when you buy from one of these middlemen you murt 1 p i r hU proilt. time, salesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whol lot a vUt mils before you as the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is work in a da v tni n Wit, grinding out the orgaiu ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair aiul Il'i rat treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I fell nn A Icr. it sells a dozen more and so on indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality always wins out. iStan ton College j Offers unexcelled advantages to Not Simply 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 to sell to dealers only, but when I found out that they sold myorgana for twice and three times as much as they paid me. making the poor people bleed for it, I was thunderstruck and quit. I sent out thousands of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct to the homes, saving them tho enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. Tills csme to them as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers (nvcr 75.0H) of thi m) at least $2,625,000. all of which would have gone to the dealers had I sold tho organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. the young'pcop'.e of Poweli and surrounding education. , N . coun- ties to , secure an Now Is tho time o' " ar be In tho .MARATHON you (ret all this. Sinning to think ut' tho c.r you hittml lint dnn't fceptonrmiTOStntcuitut. For Remember, when yon bnr, that tbo nbro-lut- o we can convince jou ol" its truth. limit or dollar l r doll.ir riltini is We reachol In cars soiling under 2,000. Wlii-- detail,have a catnlojpo which deocrihes, In n' mechanical eTvellrnce, the you nay more, jour returns are not In ro Onlxh and dcnrnilah'.o utility that character, portion to your Investment. lie the MARATHON. When yon buy, buy not simply a ear, accurbut car service. Jiuy oorroct And It's yours for tho asking. ate construction and Rood materials. Uuy sound motor car value. Won't you ask for It t MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Caur, Fore Door Touring a Car -- bat Car Service Car. Standard Tuurlnn Cor and Roadster, and Torpedo Roadster. Prices from Sl,500 to I,700. Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU U Imply tfali, I will blproD,on30dtrifrf trial, anrorf an rou wut, on njr rcMontbl tcrnii yon mayaoifMt, Jutt It tultt your Ineomt tad clrcamataoeea. If yoa ttep It nt the uJ of tho trial perloJ, which I know yoa will. 70a can pay all rath or a imall turn dowa and tho balance monthly, quarurty, tmliftODaally or any other rcaaonabla way. If at any time you can't meat a payment when lta due. I'll fladly fife you a reaaouabla aittnilon of time. Yoo ihall not lnconrnI-Dyourifll by buyln( an Adler. for I'm olu to make It ttio atleat purchase yoa ever made. I'll cbarie yon no latere it at other orf an men are dolnf. If yoa don't keep my organ be cauae !( tiotaa represented, yoa tan tblp It back at my ex penie and I'll pay yoa eTcry cent you paid for frclfht, ao yuu will lose alaolntely nothing. Farihermore. If at any time within a year, my organ doei not hold op to eiery claim I made, you ran ahlp It back at my eipeuie and I'll return toou errry dollar of the purchase price with per cent. Interest a:id all frlgbta paid. I can agree to do this Lecaose I know bow my organs are made and positively know they always make good. Teachers-Compete- .SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS. Nashville, Tenn. nt. Kitxt-noiim- J Instruction-Thoroug- h. Courses-Compl- SUfWRY l. ete. OF L. KMVt'iivtt Mny E. TlflE 8,1011. & T6LE. No. 1, Wi'Kt-Iioiin- ,Xo. 2. HssssaSSS 1111 tKlfrssssM Expenses Moderate, Dily. No. 4. Diiily. A. M. Stiitii'is, Dnily A. M. No. SI, Daily. V. M. 0 :35 I. 1 M. Special attention given in pre- paring for County and State Ex- ' a: 17. S :.'. 8:(i;t SMS :() Lexington, Viiicln'otcr, L. & K. .Iiini'tiori, liiiliini Fiulils, (M.AY CITY, SllllltOtl. UofHlyii. KiIkoii, 8 :50 8:05 7:51 7 :!J7 ?:i u 4:n0 4::i? 4 viii My Piano Offer The Greatest 5'y liish grade world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand rianos ca i be had di. cct from my factory on the same liberal r. bujtnsr plans ns upplied to my Adler In tone, excellence, workmanship, mutvrlil and finlth they havo no superior. If an tm1, uJ, I can save you tlOO to ,$l'.0. Tiny are artistic in dtsign, built to U t a lifa timo, have a tone as clear and j. ."u rs a bel!,and u wonderful, cuy, elsv t.'o 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I sotranlM all ny orsaai lot 50 imettiln ao otbtr orgau uisn will do. My gusrsaus bouil li tbo itrougnt sn4 II yoq will ak yoor banker or any ol atj loral wrlttta l banki or lbs odltor of tbls paptr si to my rullal'lllty, roo bo toM Ibat 1 am as soand a a rock, tb.t yoq cas itfety cntt r lata any iraeiactloa with no sad tbal all ol my dt.lloii aio on tbo sijaaro. Send yoor name for catalog and buying plant, Vou will bo under no obligation wbaterer, Htool and tnetruc, tloa boos glvea with of cry organ. CRYUS U ADLER, Pres. Adler Mlg. Co. animation. . J l; ()" :i:;ii .". ir, For infermntion; write to .s :.'(( .i :(( t:or 7:10 :i:o( err REV..J.C HANLEY, President. :'--s ! :i:4: :i .t Jy :0i ii i 4 vir, r:m in :ii . !:tl uYi 1 ::!' I Cniupt"!' .Intx'tlon, Niitnrnl Itridc, Tttrn-iU. (i:5!i (i : i:i ( :40 7:os :i:5l :t:l.r :i :! :'M :',.r fi:W A: K) . 10 1 neunvvillt' .let, (). iV K. .Iiinution, .Iiicki-iil- i ii::i :0.r :t:l'.' a I l :6i :.r7 tfuih. G 6 4 23 Years Ktoi 1. sca-- f a id Instruction hook given with every piano. Send for catalogue and buy jlanr. . jaructced lor . ,.. rviiJ. ' III L"-- - TEAR THIS OUT. MAIL TO-BA- Y I Make a cross In omns vr I write your name the circle for on a postal nianoa or and address rani or In I a letter, stating which you want piano or organ das. I eription. Don't enclose any stamp. 1 pay all cbargva. Writ plainly, CRYUS L ADLER, Pre 2902 Chestnut St Louisville, K. I I want pictures and full i I want your I organ book. cription of your pianos. " 11 i KSLLTHC003JOH Aano CURE tHE j.urscB I :5 :i'.' , :r.n QiiiukKiiid, 1 1:26 O S mtananvrT roBaw&rBBBBBBBBaBamc.:i Name. Or. King's New Biscore w.TH f Th. 0ounty 6ute fou v ' Ut Factory r AND ALL TvUtMT AN9 L0NQ TiTOIIE Greatest In the tfarM Clay 'City Times. cms J. .i.i,i. f it tl.Ul. 3 CONNKITIONS. I(KXINI5T()N: Tin in No. will mke roiuifctioii hi T.cxinton with il"1 I,. A'. N. tor l.niiihvillf, Kv, No, it will tinikt- connti'tion (he L. N. ut I.fxiiilnii fur Ciniiiiiiali, (). ('A.Mr TON JUN'v'l'ION: Tniinw Nos. I, , it mid 4, will nnikc eon. iifi'tlui) with .Mouiitiiin Ontrul Iiallwav to uiiti from Caiiiitoii. MKATTVVILI.K .IUN011ON: Train Xn.'l, ami ; will uinko with (In- - 1,. 4 A. Itnilwny for MnMyvillo. v 1 A-- tun-nectio- n t E3. ils I). A- - K.MUNCI'ION: Ti.ii.- Noh. !i. l anil 4 will nii.ko wjmm-- . iioi willi Ohio & Ivcntiurky Itnilwny for (.'iiiuol C'ity, Ky. mid - (), ' OB MOIT.Ti)V NT)SD itK. Million:. Oil AS. SCOTT, i ) i i pi..