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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 17, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911081701_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 17, 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. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81. 00 a Year In Advance. We arc here to help Clay City, tie Sarronniing Conniry and Ourselves. .1. R. IJnrghcr. 1'iililbhcr. vol. xa CTjAY CITY. KY. TflUKSDAY AUGUST JT. STANTON OFFERS UNEXCELLED ADVANTAGES Classes for all grades. Teachers are Competent, Instruction Thorough. Write for catalogue and terms to of prospective teachers. benefit COLLEGE Special attention to backward t THE VOUTH OF scholars. POWELL COUNTY. All branches reviewed f Expenses are low. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Health Car. Wants Decent Campaign. Mr. .J. E. Burgher, Editor Clay City Times, Clay City, Kentucky. My dear Sir: On the eve of the opening of the catnpiagn I am taking the liberty of asking your in seeking to make it. notable for friendly discusjion, fair play and truthfulness. Both parties are, or will be, committed to fairer elections, which necessarily involvs cleaner methods of campaigning. . The newspapers of the State will have a controlling voice in bringing this about. I do not wish to be understood as suggesting or desiring any limitation upon legitimise discussion of the fitness of .men for public office, or criticism of the issues for which they stand. On the contrary I expect and invite the fullest discussion in that respect. My only purpose is to assure tlie press of the State of my earnest desire to cooperate with it in the effort to keep the real issues before the people and to get away from the old methods of person-:ivilification and misrepresental tion and misrepresentation. We jhave been pretty hard on some Republican nominees because we thought they deserved to be, but wit! JudgeO'Iiear and colleagues we believe it isdill'erent. If some of the leaders of the g. o. p. were in the race we could find plenty to say about t hem and it all be true too. The Fair. A The Kentucky.-AFSociatio- for Very truly yours, Ed. C. O'Kear. The above letter from Justice O'Kear is self explanatory and we heartily concur in the doing away with the personal vilifica- tion. number went from here to the Hi: Bluegrass Fair at Lexing ton Thursday. In fact there was about a car load of them all. A jolly run was made flown there, a pleisant day was spent at the fair, the greatest attraction be ing the Uights of J. A. D. Mc Curdy, who rose into the air and flew like a bird. On Wednesday it. "Every true, ,!jrile, patriotic he Hew from Lexington to Win Chester and return. Tho day and home loviogtizeu of Ken .was tiresome but vet veiy n ,U-5Ui4- 'i ttie enormous death rate in this state caused by this one disease, Powell Man In Trouble. Consumption, should realize the Dr. John L. Seav was arrest great need of a concentrated efed in Clark county Tuesday and fort upon the part of every one taken to Lexington where he was in trying to free our state of this wanted on the charge of obtain terrible disease that is calling ing money under false pretense for 0,500 of our fellow Kentuck-ian- s yearly. lie is alleged to nave passed a cold check on Frank Atchinson, "Therefore wo cordially invite one of the L. As E. passenger each of you to visit this Car Dr. Seav for a time while in your town, hear practi conductors. cal talks and join with us in our was located at Stanton. ell'orts tointerest the people in such a way that it will be possi. ble to eliminate this great evil throughout our state." pre-ventio- years ago and was pronounced by those attending as one of the most entertaining shows that ever came to this city. During his show life Mr. Stoner had accu mulated some money and was owner of considerable real estate in Oallitin and Owen counpfIectiVway that ev- ties. His remains were buried simple yet ery one can ea'jily understand at Sparta, Gallitin county. Ken-tuck- y n the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis writes the I. O. O. F. Lodge of this c'y as follows: "We shall bq(in your town with the Free Traveling Health Exhibit Car of 'this Association Friday, August l&th and remain there until Sunday, August 20th. "This Car is visiting every rail road town m thS State of and is one of the means this Association is using to edu cate the people f the state concerning the caused cure and of Tuberculosis and other infectious diseases in such a the show world as Colorado Orant was shot and instantly killed at Tuylorsville, Auguct 4th by John Pranx a drunken 'man after the show was over. "Colorado Grunt" was a native Kentuckian and carried over the country a splendid wild west show. He had Iv. Colorado Orant Murdered. G. Stoner, known in Sees Bird Man Fly. his show at Clay City a few One of the greatest attraetioi of the Big BlueL'iass Fair la . week was the llights of .1. A. D. MeCurdy in his aeroplane whiHi were successful, lie Hew fro i Lexington to Winchester Wednesday and made occasional High: each day the rest of the week He rose and Hew as a bird. Th.s was the first time for most of to see such a sight and it was with amazement that the are.' crowds witnessed its soaring in the air as some huge bird. u-- . Misses lues Hose and Ktln ! Finney, of Paris last week spei ' several days with then' uncle an. aunt, Mr. and Mrsy. 1'. JohnI son. G. B. Cline, of Louisv ille, wa the citv Tuesday. Administrator's Notice. ; We Don't Need Either. in It is said by hardware drum- Dint'S flint in t lio mnn i t r o f i rxm 5 deceased, are hereby nntilled to pistols is good. In Powell county there is but present same to the undersigned little demand for either. The proven as required by law. Tho.n greatest demand seems to be for knowing themselves indebted t tlie estate will save court cons by liquor. paying promptly. D. M Carry, Admr. Master Austin Johnson and little sister, Lula, are visiting in with will annexed of Ainericn Paris and Winchester this week. Curry. Sun-Sentine- AlLpcrsons having accounts r. aiid r rfor" locks. and giinst the estate of America Curry,, key6, but the trade in gun9 l. Wrvt '"ww?TOvi7ina7n i. m JUst Received a nice line of This association is doing a great work toward improving the sit uation of consumption in Kentucky, and we trust every adult citizen of this city and surround ing territory will visit this car while it is in this city and listen to their plan of getting rid of this one dread disease. To Enter the Ministry. i S3 m WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and ure selling the goods to our largo trade $ mi fibf 'lUi Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the B 6 and they tell us they are i Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see your earliest convenience. You William Jennings Bryan, it is reported, is soon to enter the ministry and give up politics altogether. He was scheduled to deliver a sermon last Suudny from tho pulpit of the Methodist Epis copal church at Salem, III., his birthplace. It may bo that the orator has at last found his occupation. silver-tongue- d I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you arc not already one of our many plensod customers, come round come day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our at The Louisville Herald plant was destroyed by fire early Friday morning entailing n loss of 1125,000 covered by insurance. The Herald will soon have a new goods.They willopenyoareyestoan opportunity. will be pleased. building completed, but until this is done the Herald is being issued from the office of tho Louisville Post. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store wo will "deliver the C. SHIMFESSEL. J. H. Burgher returned from Jackson Tuesday a very sick man nd has since beea confined to his homo. goods'' be recognized and legalized, bu tluit their greed bo curbed by government regulation. It re inainH to bo seen whether the rUBLISHED EVEKT TIIUK8DAY, people are ready to confess that Subscription rates 81 a year or three the competitive system is obso letojto abandon a system which years in advance 82. affords free reign for ihdividua J. B. Burgher, Publisher. enterprise, and to establish in governmen (Entered ns second-clas- s mail matter. its place a centralized with the business of the whole Thursday, Aug. 17, 1911. country in its hands. THE TIMES. Tho Times is well pleased with CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub-- b the Democratic platform made Every ribers, we have arranged club rates Tuesday at Louisville. with the following papers at prices plank 'in it is strong and made lielnw mentioned : from sound material, nnd the Tlie Times and workmanship is superior. The al Courier-Journ$1.00 men that are running on this Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 nlatform need have no fears of Louisville Herald 90 is solid Home and Farm 75 the foundation for it Inland Farmer 1.00 neither are the confines of the American Farmpr 00 platform limited or restricted Southern Agriculturist 75 beyond the bounds of safety and The limes sound reasoning. DEHOCRATIC TICKET. gives it and each of the nominees its hearty support. We further For U. S. Senator, congratulate the nominees on the OLLIE M. JAMES, splendid ticket opposing them of Crittenden county. and are proud to know tlmtwheu For Governor wo win this fall we will have JAS. B. McCUEAKY, won over some worthy gentle of Madison county. men who deserve to win for For Lieutenant Governor more than the party they repre E. J. McDERMOTT, sent. Boys, up and a doing for son. of Jefferson county. a Democratic majority of 20,000 county near Winchester. Charlie Snowden, of Winches-ter- , spent a few days this week with relatives here. The Republican nominee fo Mr. nnd Mrs. George S. Ware Governor has found out tha attended the camp meeting ut most Kentuckians did not agree Winchester last week. with him when he said Bradley John "Vaughn, of Calloway's was the greatest living Kentuck Creek, spent Saturday and Sunin n. day with relatives near this place. The best way to fight the trusts Mr. and Mrs. D. McKinney, of is to boycott their busiues. What most of us say' about them is no near Winchester, vitited relamore to them than a flake of tives hero a few days the first of snow falling on a good meta tho week. roof. The Estill County Teachers' is in session nt Irvine this O'Rear, tho Republican nonn week, so the school is closed here nee for Governor, made a good nnd our teacher, Miss Jeannctte speech at Elizabethtown Mon Tipton is attending. day. O'Rear is like old Tray he Married August 10, 1911 at the is caught in bad company. residence of Berry Burnett-- father of the bride, Mr. Geo. W. Pas-leto Miss Stella Burnett, Elder SPOUT SPRING. Aibert Easter officiating. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kirbv were in Stanton Tuesday on business, Born, Thursday August 10th to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Larison, te O'Rear is no more pronounced on the whiskey question than wn his party four years ago, yet then they combined with the whiskey ring and elected a whis key man to the United States Senate over a temperance ma who had never faltered. horse to get crippled and die The tobacco pool question i3 Sunday morning. settled early this vefr. Tho Mrs. Belle Burgher and family drouth seems to have fixed that, are visiting relatives in Clark decidedly for the growers. Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, ( " Lucas county. Frank J. Cheney makes onth that he is senior partner of the firm of firm of F. J. Cheney Sr Co., .doing business in the city of Toledo, County and Stu'e aforesaid, and that en id firm will pay the tmmlnf one hundred dollars for each .at d every cafe of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Mall's Catarrh Cure. Frank .1. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this fith day of December, A. D. 1880. A. W. Gleasnn. l&ea1' Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the Send for testimonial system. free. , y F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, Sold by nil druggUtH, ?5c. Take Hall's Family Pills for 0. For Attorney Genernr . JAMES GARNETT, of Adair county. For Auditor HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fayette county. For Trensnrer T.HOS. S. RHEA, of Logan county. For Secretary of State C. F. CREOELIUS, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian county. this fall. j&iuer ueo. w. Alcintosh was a business visitor to Irvine Mon 'For Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. For. Clerk of the Court of Appeals ROBERT5 L. GREENE, of Bracken county. Wo are authorized to announce 'A. T Hull, of Powell county, for Represents Vv. from thin tlio "3rd Legislative dis hid, subject to the action of the Re- - jmblicnn convention. ; The Republican argument that high tariff is necessary to main-Kli"the high American wago" s shown up as a farce, by the presence in several American (.aiiufacturing communities of ugents of Canadian manufacture the Democratic administrations who are gathering figures to of Kentucky for tho past fifty t.how that Canada cunnotcompete years with either Bradley or Will- son administrations and decide Kgjiinst American wages. You may always The Canadians, for instance. for yourself. by the ro learning that men work in safely judge the future past. tim steel Iriills twelve hours a day, and seven days n week for a Wn- Brother Courier-Journa- l dollar and a half a da v. It is be-- ( terson has had a fine npportuni- uise they do not wish to y to display his superior writing against the cheap foreign ability. may not be the immigrant labor employed by Greatest, lie living Kentuckian" steel and other trusts that but you can always tell where he nio of the Canadians are urging stands, and that is far ahead of !ie defeat of reciprocity. the one that has been branded And yet, the Republican pro. ho "Greatest living Kentuck-an.- " have argued all these that .Vi!U danger to t .ricau lahur was the possibility Powell county Democrats ate ilint it mkht have to compete lelighted with the platform if with the cheap labor of other iev didn't send 'delegates to the : .... . wu utiles, itic inlormation gath convention to help make it. mm by Canadians knocks the 'Vjiey wero content because they 1'igs froii) under that ancient knew .Watterfoii, . Mi:Orury, 'intention, so far as Canada is Beckham and etc. would build 'Micenifd ut least. tho best one possible. n , day. The Goebel Reward Fund of Davis and Burgher have mov $100,000 created by the Legisla ago has been ed their saw mill to J. T. Wright' ture eleven years accounted for by the Commission place near here. created at. the time. $18,997 R. A. Kerby had a valuable was expended in an endeavor to ascertian the murderer of Goebe and the rest returned to the State Treasury. Money talks. Caleb Powers and etc. when being tried for Goebel's murder passed the hat to get. money to defend, them and alleged as' an excuse' that $100,000 was being spent against him by the State. Powers evidently collected ten times as much for his defense as was spent, of the Goebel Reward Fund in his prosecution and was later pardoned and sent to Con ..r me gress. we mignt men say .1 of Goebel was the mak murder ing of Caleb. 3f clean, slrong, pro- "All is not gold that glitters." gressive bank. We Neither is everything solid that sounds well. ''Seeing is believfriendship ing" and the proof of the pud and your ding is in the eating. Compare THE Cash Grocery Handles every thing m Groceries for Cash and in YouJMeedl . the . Services Exchange for Produce. need your business. Can't we get together? Dj it. now? CLAY CITY J. W. Warns USE 11 VI JU com-4nt- e NATIONAL BANK. Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask lor one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUCK-DRWKiH- tin-gre- A-- MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, It rend und pies the woman is who Hoi-huH made them from Mii.i.h' flour. Success in bread or cake baking is always sure to follow when you use this high rude und satisfactory Hour, sold every wlicic. . T In the citv of Louisville there is one saloon for every U20 inhabitants and one for every seventy-five voter in the city. No wonder whiskey candidates of either party find it so easy to win lution. Tlii'.v advocate instead an election in that liquor soaked t it the exNtciifc of th'e trusth district. st When the Sherman anti-trul.tw was pushed legislation was d rooted toward the prohibition destniytjuii of monopolies. 'C lvi)Oi.'velt, T.i f i and Wickorshaui hive not the idea. .of trust disso- Liver Medicwe The reputation of this old, relia. tie medicine, for constipation, hv. digestlon and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imltato other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fa. vorlte liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN 74 JTMfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. JUM1. THE AN' TIMES.-J ALL IIOMK-MAW- I'AFKR LOOAfi BREVITIES. THUHSDA Y Aug. 17, The cjty school Monday. i begins next Mifs Lconti Garrett, visited rel atives in Lexington last week. Born, Tuesday, August , to Mr. and Mrs. Clint Rose, a sun. " The thermometer went to 103 in the shade two davs last week. Viriil Rose spent a few days with relatives in Fayette county last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Fox, of Rnckerville, are visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. A. M. Burgher has been quite sick this week, but is now some better. Mr. and mill Mrs. Sum Wells and A fino rain fell here Sunday Stmiluy WoIIr visited roln- - following close upon the shower ? nt Winchester lost V (it K Saturday which together have done iniicli good. Still we are Frank B. Russell, of Louis- dry, and will be until something ville, and James B. Hall, of Lexlike a day's steady rain falls. ington were in the city Friday. Fight Like Tigers. Misses Kate and Lucy Daniel In fighting to keep the blood pure spent a few days with Mm. Frank white corpuscles attack disease Duniel in Lexington last week. germs like tigers. Hut bft'.n germs The railroad company has had multiply so fast the little lighters Then see pimples, a new coat of paint put on the are overcome. and sores depot, and water tank at this boils, eczema, multiply. und strength and appetite place. fail.. This condition demands Iv The S wiin n Day planing mill lectric Bitters to regulate stomach, started up again Monday giving liver ant' kidneys and to expel poiemployment to the usual number sons from the blood. They are the of men. best blood purifier," writes ( T Budalin, of Traey, Calif., "I have A King Who Left Home set the world to talking, but Paul ever found." They make rich, red Mathtilka, of Buffalo, N. Y. says he blood, strong nerves and build up always keeps at home the king of your health. Try them. fit)c at Lumber Co.'s store. all laxatives Dr. King's New Life Swann-DaPills and that they're a blessing to ail his family. Cure constipation, headache, indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 25c at Swaini-Da, Ldinber Co. 'a store salt-rheum y y Fortune Telling Does not take into considcruti'iu lbs on; ev en'ict :r an happiness womanly licaltn. The woman who reflects licr bcill'; h vru'i'-'- if ' 1,1c l or vitliuiit livaltn very foundation of ell f,otJ fortune. love loses Its lir.tre and gold is vt Womanly hcallli when loat cr impnrcU rr;u y C.i;rrally bo regained by the use of IV. I icrcc's i aur .e Itescription. trucstlontns and nant examinations Tills Prescription !tas, tor ore." V. been curing delicate, wen!., women, by' the hundreds of tl.t and this too In the privacy of tlici wltlfottl their' hoVlni' to submit tt ca'te ottanslfOl! tix.inc!.; rnr.ketl )cars, homes Indclh reim& Sick women arc invited to consult Dr. Pierre hv Utir--r (rr,. All corrcipondcncq held as sacredly confidential. Address World'n Dinpentary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. 1)., President, Iluffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pibrce's Grpat Family IJoctoii Rook, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition 1000 sntwers ,i Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, paei, or married, single know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of oti5ht to 21 stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for M tramps. one-ce- Buy Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and i 5 ) Charlie Groves, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Ed Moore, of is in the city to see his mother, Sardis, Miss, arrived here Friday Mrs. Lou Groves who is very sick. to visit, relatives. While on a visit to her father, Jko Wiler, of Pilot View, was Mr. Henry Cooper in Clark counhere yesterday looking after his ty, Mrs. G. B. Coulee, of this cattle interests. county was taken ill and com- tj Thos. Shinifessel, who went to pelled to remain there. The County Sunday School Convention which met with the Broken lines of Ladies' and Miss- Crhistiau Church of this city last es' shoes at $1 and 75c a pair. Just Wednesday was well attended. right for school and every day Dinner which was served on the ground was plentiful and much Mrs. J. W. Williams. wear. of it carried home. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Barnes and Mis. Lou Groves is very ill at Mc and Mrs.E. L. Tipton attended the fair atLexington last week the home of her daughter, Mrs. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kennnn. Mrs. J. R. of Warsaw, and Mrs. B. Sain Wood. B. Self, of Lexington, daughters Watermelons were never so of Mrs. Groves, have arrived here plentiful and were never better to be at the bedside of their than they are this year. The dry mother. season seems to suit them better Thirty Years Together. than wet years. Thirty years of association-thin- k Elder John I. Wills, formerly of it. How the merit of a good of tin's county is moving from thing stands nut in that time or Lexington to Beattyville where the worthlessness of a bad one. So he takes charge of the Baptist there's no guesswork in this evichurch together with some evan- dence of Thos, Ariss, Concord, gel istical work. Mich., who write?: "I have used Mr. Ernest Patton ar.d Miss Dr. King's New Discovery for 30 Stella Mastin went to Cincin- years, ami its the best cough and nati, Ohio, where they were mar-rie- cold cure 1 ever used." Once it August 7th. Thev will live finds entrance into a home you in Cincinnati, but returned to can't pry it out. Many families Powell county for a week's have used it L'ty years. It's the must infallible throat and lung visit. medicine on earth. Unequaled for That this country can stand the lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, drouth hotter than the Bluegrass quinsy or sore lungs. Price 50c, $1 Country is conceded when so ma- Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by ny cattle owners in that section Swann-DaLumber Co 'g store. are seeking and securing pasture for large herds of cattle in this Mc-Dana- ll, "I bny my groceries at " Cultivators TREES. FROM- i t FRUIT and SHADE STRAWBERRY PliANTS. Phoenix, Arizona this spring, turned homo Friday. re- Asparagus, Raspberries, barb, etc. Blackberries, Uoses, Rhu- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Write for free catalogue. We have no agents. H. F. ' Hlllenmeyer Sons, KY. Winchester, - Ky. LEXINGTON, '".".''' & CAPITA! STOOIC. 8100,000 SUKI'hUS AND UN-XJlVlXJcilJ l'KUl'Il'S, JUO.OUU THE J 'A Cut-Pric- e Winchester Bank, h Ky. ov Winciistku. X. IIOI.I.Y WlTlIUHSI'OON, 1'ltKN. W. H. : CLEARANCE Oahiiikh. ;J d ii YOUK ACCOUNTS SOLICITED t SALE. HARDWICK and CO. If j'ou are interested in saving money, take 'id vantage of this sale. Our loss will be your gain. The following lines Men's nnd Boys' Clothing, Women's will go in this pale: Misses' und Children's low cut Shoes, Millinery goods, all Summer Dress Goods, Men's and Hoys' Hats, Women's nnd Misses' The following will Neckwear, Sewing Machines, &o,t &e. give you un idea of the prices we will make in this sale: G t 'H"fc"M I J.P.flAUPPIN, Watchmaker V ! y Jeweler, f I section. MillikanBusiness School Lexington, Ky. George Douglas, Jr. of Oldham countv will enter the ministry of BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, He is a the Baptist. Church. TYPEWRITING. model young man twenty-fou- r years old, son of Dillard Douglas, This school lias turned out hun deceased, and a grand-soof Geo. dreds of men and women who P. Douglas, of Levee, well known u to successes. Itwillmake in this county and city. The u success of you. Rev. Douglas preached nt Mace. Ionia church seven' milert trom Wiite for Catalogue. n t t f All Kinds of -- Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACHON GUARANTEED. Line of -- J f 1 MEN'S $21.00 a suits for $14.00 18.00 suits for 12.00 16.50 suits for 11.00 SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for suits for I Jewelry CLAY CITY, Spectacles. the Red $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for X Call and see me In River Hotel Building, KENTUCKY. t 4.50 Boys' Suits as Follows: $8.00 suits for $4.50. 85.00 suits for 3.00. t4 50suitK ford.50. 2.S.r. iuits for $1.25. 2.00 suits for 1.10 Women's low cut shoes as follows : 84.00 ones ut 3,00. 3.50 ones ut 2.50. $3.00 ones ut 2.25. 2.50onesat 1.75. In the cheaper grade of low cuts forWomen, Misses' und Children the prices are cut the same per cent. $30.00 Sewing Machines ut 22.50. 825.00 Sewing Machines at $17.50. If you are in need of a buggy, it will pay you to see our line We,are and get our prices, for we can suve you money on them. sole agents for both Fish Bros, und Mitchell wagons, and cun also suve you money on them. this city Sunday afternoon. . " 3 Accused of Stealing. K.'tf 'Chamberlain, of Clinton, Buckle'ifs ArKalvo of stealing the sting nica fnun hurt) or wealds the pain from yort'H f"'l kinds the distress final boils or pile. "It robs cuts, onus, bruises, strains nnd injuries if tbfir tenor," he sajs, "an a hauling remedy its equal don't exist." Only 25o at Swann-DaLnnHier Co.'s store. accuses -' y M."hddly WOOL HIDESandFJURS BtlifPttbi. i vc I WE BUY tola III fa Uii ifeilj tf ceaaiuioi aauiut. I Rcfacsct sir ink is Liiii!It. We IsriUk Wool Btf t faUMi ssiyyg. Write for trice litL M.SAELSONS ci it JfJ. )J) Electric Bitters Succeed .when everything else fails. In nervotts prostration and femals weakncttM they are the supreme remedy, 'ma thousands have testified. It la the best medicine ever cold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE i... Ln&iillt, If, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Dou't forgot to notify this of. PUBLIC SALE. Shingle for Sale. any death, birth or marBlack oak and pine at 82.50 m, By order of the Board of riage that you might boliovo we 82.25 per tlniiifi.ind nl mill, of Stanton High School flip un would not be apt to learn of othDavis & Hurgher, erwise. We are always in the dersigned will (in the 1st 'nliiy Vaughn' Mill, Rj in Sept. 1011, at the Court House market for live news. fico of ' Form For Sale. Iroin City Sterling r.md Fair iii)iiivemeiitH. A bargain fur BOine ity on Alt. 10U iicruit two miles . . Very Serious ne. J. Route 7. U K.illar.l. door in Stanton, Ky., at 1 o'clock, sell to tlio highest bidder on a credit of six and twelve months, the Stanton High School lot together with the buildings thereon, containing about l.aero, lying cast of the juil lot and north of the Court House. The purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security bearing interest from duto. The board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. This is a desirable piece of property and Mrs. Lennio Crow, of Hays, well located. Luther Stephens, whose serious illness was noted Chairman. in last week's issue is slightly J. D. Atkinson, improved. Secretary. That man, Democrat or Republican, who can assert that Senator Bradley's election to the Senate was free from scandal lobby influence, or from stain, is cither lacking in moral perception or too ignorant to know the a. J), c.'s of politics. Bradly was elected Senator primarily by the treachery of the Courier-Journand the bolt of six Democratic members of the Legislature; secondarily, by the work of the whisky trust. Glasgow Times. al Commissioner's Sale. Wincehtei, Kv, It Is a very serious matter to as 1c for one medicine and have the wronc one given you. For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine aiuoiiMBMai !V J$13b-i33' , FREE NOT i2L2SB2 0 VT.- -' DAYS TRIAL IN ADVANCE. ONE REP CENT ". y ."i 'V " v 'WyW !?.''' , naves $35 to tSO. 1'Ilprovathto ISaPrMMrajjfcivT j-.beyond tho shadow of a doubt If JScslTL.Z, j?CT8S5i you will let me ahip you one of my if flffiPM YyfAWfrnvhrn From My Factory Direct to ftWL lSj g. tyvllle, I'lniiitill versus .Jumps Lane, Ac, Defendants Notice of Sale. By virtue of a judgment and order ol sale entered in the Leo Circuit Court in the above styled cause at its Juiu term, Iff II, in favor of the pliu'ntilT.TIu National Hank of Benttyvllle, and n- gninst James II. Lane and S. E. Mar tin for the snni of Tw o Hundred Dollars with interest thereon at the ratt of fix per cent, per annum from tin 10th day of April, 1P07, until paid, urn the mm of Nine l)i lhirs and Tuent. Cents, its costs expended in tho origi' mil action herein and the costs of thb at tioii, I will on Mnndu) . S.'ptembe Itb, 1011, (It being tho first day of tli 'regular September Term, 1011, of tin Powell County Court,, at Oi e O'clocl I'. 51 at tho front door of the Court house in Stanton, Powell County, Kentucky .sell at i ublitf outcry to the i rt and bust bidder the following described property, or so much therein as will be necessary to atis y plain-tiff'- s debt, interest and costs, A certain tract of land lying and beii g in P w 11 County, Keniucky, tint, boutuleu as fallows: Ifegii.ning at n stake on the eastern bank or Ked ltiver. where the iiuulii road lending from Stanton to Claj Citj strikes aid river at the corner of F M lliimmons farm; then-running witli the center of said road, S. ilfi-- Jt I 1 di-e- Lee Circuit Court. The Nntlonnl Hank of 15eat- - BLacT-draughT I liver Medicine promptly obtained In all conntrlra OR NO Ptc, , ""'."-nMiuiTrwivoyn?11" regis, titrred. Send Sketrh, I'hoto. lor rase RIPORTonpatrntshllliy. orPatentpract-Ic- e exclualrely. bank RiriRiNois. mp 'or InTslnsble tiook nU ,n Whleh ones will pay. How to get a partiier, patent law and other ralnable InrormaiW 8nd D. PATENT LAWYERS. 303 Seventh St., Washington, d, 4aBBBBBBBSBBBBaBBBSBaSaBBaBBBBaBBBaal SWIFT & CO, C.J I The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, Is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite Mver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Fa Blood Was Wrong All Women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies htive written to tell of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this medicine. well-kno- Cardui The WomansTonic IS. Hi polei-- ; s. "2 IS. 'Jo poles ; S. 60-j- .. The Piano and Organ Maker CYRUS TL. ADLER Trust You The Nightingale ol Organs rii E 14 poles MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've busted the hot a ir bubb!t!of the dealers, nsrenta and middlemen of this country by ealllnff direct to tiio homes at the aauui price they formerly paid me for my organs. - SEND ME YOUR NAME whsther you want to bo? or not and 111 (end you free of charge and postpaid the most wonderful in this oraa booic and buying plana you ever saw. All the organ menproof. country claim they make the b mc organ but do not sire you any proof. I do. and here la the I own my own timber lands, i iw mills, dry kilns and factory. I do not have to pay one penny of profit for lumber or mlllinir. Th,nmAttthitAth.,ni,nnffirtnmritiifaitnmtwnrluwmlll. fitntlntiiM. A .1 flrw.n ITYij. N h tinjrsjas or urgranai. rnara tne reason my organ la better Man any outer make. Anotner l'ro ii i guarantee'"!? orsana Tor txi years, wnereaa outers guarantee tneirs xor jurats years. mean something;? My sellinsr plana are the fairest, simplest, safeat and easiest ever Dm'tthia til teal bfnr the American nubile, in that 1 arrant mv custrimara all the time thav want. amnM t.ioir 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. Ask some of your neighbors who mo about this. dall wt'liyou can duplicate T hat's the best proof you can get, I would just as soon give you $1,000 in eld if this proposition. i m MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) h i a tone nearest to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life time and it won the highest . ze at the St. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are the beat. Everybody Is buying an ,jn thesodays and everybody Is buying an Adlar on account of its high quality, wearing qualities, 'In an, I reputation. I am selling themfsr leas than dealsraand agents are selling cheaper grade organs st realize ail when you stop to think and salaries, thst when you buy from one of these middlemen ayou matt store rents and other expenses, my offer means whole lot I i his profit, time, salesmen's a before you as the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory Is working il.i v and night, grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and I! i iral treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I sell an A'Her. it sells a dozen more and so on indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality Ist-ind- pointers, corner to Lina Conleeand be-- i ig u corner to Sarah Forkner, whiol is now owned by, I.ina Coulee ; thenci S 15'9 V. 108 poles to a beech, a former corner to John A. ltose's place; thence is. 40 poles to u hiekorj a forn.er corner to .Tack Morton's place; them e S. 85 K. 12 poles to two mapels, corner to the Howling place ; thence witb the lino of the Howling farm a nortla-ruldirection, 183 poles to a gum ; theme N'.lO E. 80 poles to Hed i Uiver; tbeiite don ilia ltiver with Its meaiiueis to the beginning, containing 1SU acres more or less. The amounts to be paid by this sa e are as follows, to wit': Amount i. f debt and interest to day or sale $232 go Cost, of original action, 0 20 Cost of this action, 45 85 Ma.-te- r Commissioner's fee, 25 01. Printer's fee, U Ou Total. bt 'JVrnis of Salt':- Mili' will lu inado on n credit of six months mill tho luirchanpr will be required to exi'ciim hond with roixI mid siillii'ient st'fiirity for tho jmrulmse piii c, iiayabli' to the JMnster Lioiiiinin- 'Mt.iiLTot tlif l.t-- Cirouit Uom t, hear-in- n inifrt'nt fruin date until nuid tit tin- - riite of hix per cunt, per annum and a lien will lie retained ou the hind cold to lifeuie payment of said bond hidden will be prewired to coinnlv with t Illicit ,,iiiil il Iitnu til (till lit (iiven liiulcr my liniid this thu '.'Sth da) ot July. UU1. J. K. I'oberts, Cluster Oom'r lx-- Cireult Court e t e ton stake and black oal. Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Write to: ladieV Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chtttinoora. Tena. (or Special Instructions, and book, " Home Treatment lor Women." tint free. B3 , Not Simply a Car Nnw is the time of ynr tv'ien von'aro be- lnuiui; to thiulc cf Uiu c- -r jou inuutl but Car Service 1 fjii always wiau out. 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 Before I sold direct to the homes at wholesale fsetonr nrieea. as I am dolnor now exelnslvelv. I used to sell todeulers only, but when I found out that they sold my organs for twice and three times as roach 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 tho homes, saving them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers fi ver 75.0110 of them) at least f 2.625.000. all of Which would have imna ta the dealers hnd I anlrl thn organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. In tho MARATHON yon get all this. Itnt don't iirccpt our mere statement, i'or Kemember, whoa you bur, that the abso- we can convince you of its truth. dollar return is lute limit or dollar l'nr which describes. In We have a catalojr-Jreuched in airs selling under f.'.OOO. Whcu n, the wealth o' yo.i pay more, ynur returns are not in pro- detail,and dependable mechanical excelltu utility that characterfinUh portion to your investment. ize the MARATHON. When you boy, bay not simply a car, but car service. Buy correct clealpn, accurAnd it's yours for the asking. ate construction ami good materials. Buy sound motor car value. Won't yon ask for It t MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car. Fore Door Touring 0 Jar. standard louring car una uoaavier. ana lorpeao Roadster. Prices from $1,500 to $1,700. Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU Is limply tb!t, X will tblp 700,00 30 dsyifrevtrltl, any orcinyou want, on toy rienabl trmi job may idh est, )ntt It tultt your Inromo aad clrcumcUncei. II yon kcp It at tho cod of trial period, which I know yoa will, you can pay all caih tbo or a mall lam down and tb baltnco monthly, qoartcrly, so mli anna ally or any other reaionablo way. II at any time yoa can't meet a payment when It's duo, 111 f ladly (Ito you a roafonablo oatcnilon ol time. Ton shall not InconTonlenro yooriell ty buylnj ao Adler. tor I'm loins, to msko It tbo oaaUat purchaae yoa or or made. I'll chars yoa no Interest at other organ men aro doing. If yoa don't keep my organ be caoaatf's not ai represented, yoa can ihlp It back at my on ponaoand I'll pay you ovary cent yoa paid for freight, so yoa will loio alaolately nothing. Farthermoro, If at any time within a year, my organ does not hold op to every claim I made, yoa can ihlp It back at my eipenao and X'Jl return to you of cry dollar ol the purcbaao price with 6 per cent. Interest and all freights paid. I can agree lo do toll teceuae I know bow my organs are made and positively know they always make good. SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tenn. i SDWRY Ksist-Boun- OF L. & E. TlflE TflBLE. West-lJoiinEllVuiivo May ,'8, 1011. No. 1, No. 3, No. 2, Commissioner's Sale. l.yleV Admr. Plaintiff versus fi. W Lylu's lieirs Defendants. 'ntiee of Sale. Pursuant to judgment and order of saleof the Powell Oirouit Court entered in tlie ubovo fctyled cniice, I will on Monday the 4th day or Sept, 1011, at ii'cloek p. m. or thereabout, (be-- i UK tourt Day), null ut public utio i lo the highest und bet bid her the old home farm of said (1. V. Lylo, Sr., uljumiliK the lands of I. T. Sain' heirs dud Hush, I). It. Daniel, Jeff Wright ml (' O. Daniel, Jr., and containing a huh I'.'n acres This safe will bo made ii.n it credit of six. twelve, and eighteen mouths, the purchaser bni'ig required touM'cuic bond with appioved security and having tlv force ami elfculof it epluvlu bund, Any imo desiring to inspect tin property will call cm or ouimuiiU'ate with J. . 0 J.) I". Vaughns Mill. ICy .or M. It. hjle, Stanton, Ky. Viiiinf my baud this l)th day of ugii I Pit I, 11QMIJUJ.S. JACKSON, Master 4"ui'r. O. V 1 ti-i. Daily. No. 4, Daily. A. M. Daily A. M. Daily: V. M. 5:35 J'owell Circuit Court. P. M. My Piano t)ffcr The Greatest a :4i '3:0i, V,vil .'1:28 2::5 3:15 7:20 8:03 8:18 :;J2 Lexington, VinclieKter, L. & E. .1 unction, 8:50 8:05 4:50 4:3? 4:22 4:05 ii :5G My high tirade world's famous Adler 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I in.raalM all mr artta. forSO ye.ri, .ointthlnf do otbtr .rgaa m.Q will do. Myiu.rantco bond U tb. .trooil trtr wrlttta and l( yoa will ack yoar bsnkor or soy ol my loc.l bsokt or lb. odllor of tbli p.pr . lo my rolltblllty, you will bo told tbsl I oat a. .oond a. a rock, Ibat yen eta ..It ly outer lot. soy traaaoctloa with mo and tb.t .11 ol my dtolioci .t. .a tb. .q.tro. 6fad your nam. for c.t.Ug ud boylagpl.nl, Yoa will bo ondor ao obtl.4toa wbator.r. Stool .ad In.truc, tloa book glroa with .f ory orgoo. CflYUS U ADLER, Pre. JUIer Mlg. Co. 8:5() :U0 !):( U Southern Concert Grand Pianos ca i be had direct from my factory on the same liberal buying plana oi applied 'to my Adler In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and finish they have no superior. If an equal and, I can aave you $100 to I1S0. They are artlstio In design, built to latt a life time, have a tone aa clear and pure os a bell, and a wonderful easy elastic touch. 25 Year Stool, scarf and Instruction book given with every piano. Send for catalogue and buy Lis; plans :!! !i:27 11:32 Imliun Field, OLaY CITY, Stanton, IWslyn. FiUon, Onnipt'in .Tnnotlon, 7:f.l 7:37 7:10 7:05 G:43 7:i 3:4? 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:2C 4:01 4:25 3:5' 5:l!i :44 5:'J5 Guaranteed lor TEAR THIS OUT. MAIL Y Ki:04 10:5? 11:05 11:25 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beatiyvilli. .lot, ().& K. . I unction, .hickrsoti, Quiuk8,tml, 0:40 :.' :03 5:10 5:05 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 Uak.acrMslntb.cIrcl. for organs or pianos or writ, your nan. and address on a postal card or In I a IstUr, stating-- which you want piano or onran do. I eription. Don't encloM any stamp. I pay all chanrsa. Writ, plainly, CimiS L UHER, Pres 2902 Chtstnut St Uwlsvlllt, Km I want your I want pictures and full doa. : orsan uook. cristlon of your pianos. I f ( Name.! I I Address I County Th I BUto., Ultr Factery Crtateit In tie World I j .my City Tim us. CONNECTIONS. MCXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make connection ut Lexington with t he L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with tho L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. CA.Mi'TON JUNCTION: Trains Sob. I, 2, 3 aud 4, will wake with Mountain Central Hallway to anil from Cniupton. IlKATTYVILLIi JUNCTION: Truiiw Nos.'l, 2 and 3 will tnuko con- n'ection with the L. ic A. Hailwny for Hattyvillo. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trails Nos. 2, 3 und 4 will make c.iinned-tio- n with Ohio & ICentuuky Bail way for ('unnel City, Ky. timl O Jb Is. ttatlons. ' ClIAS. SCOTT, (Ji'iiM IWenper Apent. con-iieoiiu- n