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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 24, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911082401_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 24, 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. CJuAY I CIT Y X J jVE S. Sl.O;) a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CJty. the Snrrnnniinp Country an j Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOt. XVI. CLAY OITT. KrlTFTURSDAT AUGUST 24 I9U. NO. 34 STANTON OFFERS UNEXCELLED ADVANTAGES I Not Much Road Improvement. We don't see much road im tracting considerable attention provement going on in Powell in this state just now, there be- county yet. Corn cutting and ing several cases in the moun- sorghum making time will soon tain comities ami in t he asylum. be here and farmers will then be Pellatira has been definitely rec- too busy to help much. Now is ognized by medical men only the most leisure time with the during the last ten or twelve farmer except in the winter time years. Pellagra is a skin diseuse but the winter time is a poor that is peculiar to the south. Ir- time to make roads. Right now is thought to be caused by eat-- j is the time to begin. Let the o- nr corn that has been attacked verseers warn in their hands for by a fundus growth known as next week and go to work. We smut. It is a skin disease some- hope to see each overseer make what resembling leprosy, and is some permanent improvement on incurable. Medicine is of little his road tltis full and continue to or no avail against it, the only do so each time he works the treatment effective being com- road until there are improve-incut- s in our roads that count plete rest, good food and plenty for something. of fresh air. Exposure to sunlight, however, greatly aggraDrouth Predicted. John D. vates lie malady. Prof. Irl R. Hicke the St. L')U- Rockefeller has given large sums is long range weather forecaster to aid in the fight against the uiystorious disorder, over a mil predicted the drouth of this year andtheij. ufirra; lion dollars being advauped. Jby, two years ago pdff last yTar.He also' predict nun inr a muuv m iur on the Gulf of Mex that are now attracting so ed the floods ico that swept away Galveston 'much attention in the South, the ten years ago, and likewije he hookworm and pellagra. predicted earthquakes on the ... m Pacific cost in 1906 which de- Death of Son" Swope. Wm. Swope commonly called stroved San Francisco. It seems Rev. "Scui", aged seventy years died that natural calamities the accuyesterday, morn- Hicks can very easily and very suddenly rately forecast. His publication ing near Kiddville. Burial today should bu read more lurgely than at Jackson's Chapel with Mason-i- what they are and his advice universally heeded. honors. Pellagra. COLLEGE TO THE Kev. I. YOUTH OF POWELL COUNTY. All branches reviewed for Classes for all grades. Special attention to backward scholars. Teachers are Competent, Inslruclion Thorough. A benefit of prospective teachers. Write for catalogue and terms to Expenses are low. C Hanev. r resident, otanton, Mr. Sixty-second The new disease pellagra is at- I s c Just n Received a nice line of Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Farriers' Institute We Want a (lood Ticket. The extraordinary session of the The Po.wjll County banners' In the Democratic mass conCongress, marked Institute Will be held in the vention Saturday night we hope by the passage of t lie Canadian court hous'e:- at Stanton, Friday to see a ticket nominated for city reciprocity bill, vetoed tariff reand Saturday, Sept. 22 and 23 officers that will be a credit to vision legislation, the Arizona under the auspices of the State the party. Men should he nomi- Statehood and other impoitant Department) of Agriculture. S. nated who have no axes to grind. measures, adjourned sine die J. Patrick, a professional lectur- They should be business men who Tuesday afternoon. er will discuss Agriculture in the will look well to the city's best Public Schools, The Mission of interests and invest its public Ballot Box Keys Missing. the Farmery Com and its Culti- money where it will do the most Many officers of elections of VV. G. Kane another good for the city and at the same vation. this county for years have neglecturer will discuss Soil Fertili- time be tin; means of attracting lected to return the keys to the ty, Making anil Saving Fertility business to the city. The locks on the ballot boxes. Counand Soil tn Hill Sides. Alfalfa of the citizens of the ty Attorney M. A. Phillips is lookand How tOjGrnw it How to get town should also be a potent fac- ing up these keys and requests Stand of Clover and Value, Pro- tor in spending its public funds. all such officers of the past havtection of jthe Farm. W. C. ing keys to bring or send them Republican Convention. Cope will lecture mi Selecting to the county clerk at once to The Republicans of Powell and TestinglSeed Corn and Corn the purchase of new locks as Cultivation! Manure and Fer- county met in mass convention the county has been having to do at Stanton Saturday to instruct for each eleetiou in the past. tilizers. There will be two sessions dai delegates to the Legislative con lv: 10:00l in. and 1 :30 p. m. vention at Irvine yesterday. A. Administrator's Notice. All persons having accounts Don't fjJ& attend. Come out T. Stuart was made chairman. the estate of America Curry, once ndji(fv.J'0.uX ideas and get The vote was between Dr. A T. delegate "to KnoVand B.J. Mathews of Lom- decease), are hereby notilled to BtiiStf ii'w-methe State Partners' Institute to bard. The latter winning the in present same to the underrogned be held in Frankfort this winter struction by a vote of 178 to 100. proven as lequired by law. Those will be elected at this meeting We have not heard the result of knowing themselves indebted to at 11 a. m. sharp on Friday the convention t r Irvine yester- the ectute will save court eoiw by day, but are sure of Mathews' paying promptly. the 22. D M Carry, Admr. nomination as it is Powell's with will annexed of America The Health Car. time to furnish the Curry. The health car which visited us Saturday was called upon by a large number of our people. The illustrations and explanations were plain and easily comprehended. The Times only wishes that every person in Powell county could have called at the car, and would hed the in itrncticu v. hieh .no good from ;i cleanly standpoint, if from not a health standpoint, and as it is from the two points lis of necessity we trust what did jjjj We carry a full line of General Merchandise and call will heed the warnings of the ure. selling the goods to our large tratlo gentleman in charge who took glj such great pains in explaining to and thev tell us thev are our people the cause for and cure of consumption. con-venienis 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, I WaltersvHIe, Ky. Predicts the End of the World. Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. Yqu Elder O. Montgomery, Seventh Day Adventist, of Indiana, says the world will come to an end in a few years. He says this will take place before the death of the lust person who saw the stars fall in 183. He says: "There are few people living now who saw that phenomenon, and I know that the end will come before all of them are gone" Elder Montgomery said that science 1 1 Saving Money. You can do the same thini:. If you are not already one of our ninny pleased customers, come roun.i 'iirae day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They wlllopen your eyestoan opportunity. will be pleased. the fulling of the 6tars in 1033 and that he his scriptural proof that the inillenluin would occur within the generation following that event. Futher T. 8. Major, a prominent Catholic priest, died at Frankfort yesterday. He was with Gen. John Morgan during lm had been nimble to solve Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by luesr-euger or otherwise and if you live Bj$5 C. SHIMFESSEL. Ut.il lUui i.iwl aoiMinail frmn in Clay City or near our we will "deliver the goods'' jj prison with the noted cavalry j leader. he can of regulating her affairs There are a lot of good men iu in her own way. Republican party, still it remain , the party of suspicion. It is so If the whiskey trust elected often the wolf in sheep's clothPUBLISHED EVEltY THURSDAY. Bradley to the U. S. Senate four ing. Beware. years ago when his party was Subscription rates SI a year or three Whatever motorcycle company on a temperance plank years in advance S. and stood on it at the time, is it invented putting prettv girls on nny wonder the whisky men are the rear seats of the machine?, .! E. burgher, Publisher. taking such a hand in frying to had a long head for business. mail matter. put the same party buck in powEntered as second-clas- s people Aug. 24, 1911. er again. Vhureday, are never fooled, they know which side of their bread is butCLUB RATES. tered. For the convenience of our sub bribers, we have arranged club rates Taft doesn't believe in the re with the following papers at prices call of Judges. Neither do we. nelow mentioned: Let O'Rear stay where he can do The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 the most good and put in McOre- " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 ary for Governor. The people " Louisville Herald 90 are going to do that any way. " Home and Farm 7fi You are invited to help, how' 1.00 ever. Inland Farmer " American Farmer 90 u Southern Agriculturist T, One newspaper that tried to forecast what the world be like EflOCRATIC TICKET. 1,000 years from now made an blunder. It forgot to of a clean, Strong, For U. S. Senator, note that the county unit bill ban k. We OLLIE M. JAMES, would still be before the Ken of Crittenden county. tucky Legislature and the people friendship THE TIMES. The-whiek- ey You Need the Services They are Im required to make Charlie Mclntcs'li, of Ohio, is public nil pledges of political here visiting his father, Elder appointments. G. W. Melutosh. State of Olii.. City of I'olcdn. ) Lucas county. Mr. and Mrs. E. Martin haw gone to Lexington whore Mrs. Frank J. Cheney make oath tln.t Martin will receive treatment for he is senior partner of the firm of Co.. doini: u case of loopis which is u skin firm of l' J. Cheney disease of the face. in the city of T.leiln. business an. Mrs. Woosley, wife ol County and Sta'e aforesaid, said firm will pay the stun of Sandy Woosley die'tl on Callo- that way's creek Friday, August 18th one hundred dollars ft.r each ui d after a very lingering illness. every case or Catarrh that cannot Buriul Saturday. Mrs. Woosley be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank .1. Cheney.. was formerly u Miss. Mcintosh, u Sworn to before me and guhwib-fi- l daughter of Elder Geo. W. Min my presence, this 0th day of cintosh of this place. $ I SPOUT SPRING. al Taft Signs Bill. December, A. D. 1SS0. . .. A. W. Cleasnn, pro-gressi- ve For Governor .TAS. B. McOREAUY, of Madison county. For Licutennnt Governor E. J. McDERMOTT, of Jefferson county. For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT, of Adair county. need your and your President Tuft Friday signed the publicity bill." The bill publicity of all campaign funds before election and extends publicity features to primary campaigns and nominating conventions. It. limits the candidates may spend to $5,000 for House aspirants and $10,000 for Senatorial candidates. Notary Public. Catarrh Cure is taken Hall' and acts directly fin the blood and mucous surfaces of the Send for testimonials system. free. t'al) F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, ?5c. Take Hall's Family Pills for eon stipation. O'Rear says there are seventy thousand men in Kentucky every year that sell their votes. He ought to know his party has been buying them up for the last nearly fifty years. Politicians like water will seek their level. Our advice to O' Rear is to quit trying to uplift Bradley. We all know something of what he has done and will do. business. gel together? it now! Can't we Do For Auditor HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fayette county. For Treasurer THOS. 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. CLAY CITY THE If there is a single Democat in Powell county that will not vote for McOreary we have not heard of him and we do not believe he is in the county. NATIONAL' BANK. Cash Grocery Handles every thing in Groceries for Cash and in For Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. tfor Clerk of the Court of Appeals ROBERT L. GREENE, of Bracken county. Guard the Family Health Health is often endangered by unsanitary cooking Physicians have found that cancer is enamel ware chipping oil and irritating the stomach. f you have children or invalids in the family beware trict, subject to the action of the publican convention. We. are authorized to announce Z. T. Hall, of Powell county, for Representat- utensils. ive- from this the 73rd Legislative dis- caused by Re- Some Republican papers say inany Democratic papers are O'Rear to resign from lie Court of Appeals in his race or Govenor. Well, did you ever hear the beat to that. The ooly demand or opinion that he lihould resign, that we have yet cSen, appeared in the Republican paper published in Judge home town, while on the other hand many Democratic papers including the Times desires tljat Judge O'Rear should not We believe the pet cause to represents temperance can l.a done a much greater good by I'du remaining on the Court of Appeals bench than by being l ictcd. Such statements are on-- I 'made to make arguments to keep the Republican vote in line. We do not Judge O'Rear indorses half Oio s tn IV some Republican papers ft Co filling their editorial columns with. 's re-f.i- n. of cheap cooking utensils that crack, scale, peel off, tarnish and rust Disease germs lurk in the worn places and there is further danger of tainting the cod. Health is too precious to take risks with it. Be safe. Use Exchange for Produce. "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Cooking Utensils which are guaranteed for 15 years constant service and will never spoil food nor endanger health. J.W. Williams 2 HOPE e-- high-soundin- g be-liev- o This new ware is featherweight, beautiful, easy to clean does not tarnish nor rust The slight extra1 cost is more than made up by long service and absolute safety. $ MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, and pies the woman is who lias made them from Hock Mii.i-Hour. Sneers in bread or cake baking is always sure to follow when you use this high yrinU and satisfactory (lour, sold everywheie. II read h As expected President Tuft fiao vetoed the bill admitting and New Mexico, on the 'found that Arizona has a pro. The Maltese cross with the words Pure Illinois vision iu her constitution by M1892M Aluminum the original, insures that which her people would be able () exercise the recall, that is, to you get the genuine. There are imitations, rpmuvu u judo from his bench to be sure this trade mark is on everypiece. 4y a majority vote. In effect Fer Salt By I resident Tuft it saying to a she shall not come into that Uu6 Union as a sovereign State, tint dniPB the privilege so fur as Ari-r.tn- Look For Trade mark on Every Piece T. J. KIRK, Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. V. THE TIMES '.N A Mi IIO.MK-MAD- l'A.1 KI5 HH.KVITIKS. nirUSDAY, ... Aug. 21, 1011. Til ml y Uurrls ami familv of (liliMin, III., nre visiting relatives in the county. II. Burgher has malarial fever, hut if improving. He has heen very sick. .1. Airs, l.on Groves who was stricken with paralysis last week continues very low. Many springs in this county which were never before known to cease to How are now dry. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a son to Mr. ami Mrs. (1. B. Leach Saturday August. ll)th. I Mrs. Mntahan, of Newport, is .Mr. Thompson, of Spring- held, Ohio, is spending a short visiting her daughter, Mrs. Brier- time with Dr. Alfoino Aratns. j!y, who "has heen at, the home 'i.f .1 fl Iinetnr rim rincr enrnrnl This is i splendid time for ' farmcra to kill weorls, hushes an.l briars. Many of them cut Fight Like Tigers. oil" now will never sprout' again In fighting to keep the blood pure so says many of the older fann- white corpuscles nttack disease ers. The dry weather, the dark germs like tigers. But off.n germs moon in August and dog days is multiply so fust the little fighters said to Ik; a combination that is are overcome. Then sec pimples, hard to overcome. boils, eczema, and sores multiply and Btrength and appetite A King Who Left Home set the win Id to talking, hut Paul fail. This condition demands Bitters to regulate stomach, Mathalka, of HufTulo, X. Y. says he always keeps at houiu the king of liver and kidneys and to expel poiDr. King's New Life sons from tho blood. They nre the all laxatives l'ills and that they're a blessing best blood purifier," writes C. T to all his family. Cure constipa- - Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., "I have lion, headache, indigestion, dys ever found." They make rich, red blood, strong nerves and build up pepsia. Only 25c at Swann-Dayour health. Try them. oOo at Limber Co.'s store Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. The Powell County Teachers' Institute is in session at Stanton this week. I'rof. K. S. Eubank, editor of the Southern School , .", salt-rheum y Afraid of Ghosts Many people arc afraid of ghosts. Few people nre afraid of germs. Yet the (host Is fancy and the (term it a fact. If the (term could le magnified to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more terrible than any draflcn. Germs can't be avoided. They arc in the air tve breathe, the water we drink. The (.trm can only prosper when the condition of the system gives it free scope to establish itself and develop. When there is a deficiency of vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow check, hollow eye. when the appetite is poor and the sleep is broken, it is time to guard against the germ. You can fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's GoldIt increases the vital power, cleanses the en Medical Discovery. system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, to that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. "Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or drugs. All its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper. It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine op known composition and with o record of 40 years of cures. Accept no ubstitute there is nothing "just as good." Ask your neighbors. habit-formin- g HisiiB y Buy 3 3 The drouth is so severe in some parts of the Muegrass section that drinking water is being sold. The cool nights the lirst of the week led some to predict frost state. on Sunday night which was the Partridges were never so abuncoolest. dant in recent years as now. The Broken lines of Ladies' and Missdry weather it is claimed aces' shoes ut SI and 75c u pair. Just counts for Cie large crop, We right for school and every day are glad to know that at least we Mrs. .1. W Williams. wear. are to have a full crop of one thing ami that too of something A protracted meeting is going so good to cat and Miiiiethmglliat on with the Christian Church. when we yet hold of any we. can't Klder Deward Matherly is sell, but must give it awaj or eat it ourselves. the services. I con-ductin- g Journal is the instructor. Supt. I'rolitt and the teachers are to be congratulated upon securing the services of so line an instructor and leading educator of t In- Farm Implements, and $ ) Plows, Harrows, "I bny " my groceries at ) J J FRUIT and SHADE ) Cultivators FROM- s 5 ) J TREES. STIiAWBEUKY PLANTS. Thirty Years Together. Louisville is to- have a sky is a sky scraper. Thirty yarsof association-thin- k We have no agents. scraper that IJow tlu merit of a good The new building it is said will of it. tiling stands out in that time or tj H. F. Hlllenmeyer stories high. be twenty-liv. e Blackberries, Asparagus, Raspberries, Roses, etc. wHite for free catalogue. Khu-bar- b, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ) s ) the wirthle.-sues-s of a bad one. So Misses Louise and Gale Keed, there's no guesswork in this eviof Ovnfhiana, are visiting their dence of Tho Ariss, Concord, cousins,, the Misses Shimfessel, Mich , who writes: "I have used having accompanied them home Dr. King's New for 110 i.. i... years, and its the best cough and Once it Norvel Lyle, who has been at cold cure I ever Phoenix, Ariz., for some time finds entrance into a home you lie joined his can't pry it out. Many families has returned. father, L. 0. Lyle who was on a Imve used it forty yeais. It's the prospecting tour at i uvaioe, miiut nitallilile throat and Jung medicine on earth. Uncqualed for Tex. and returned with mm higrippe, asthma, haj' fever, croup, of c.f....,i..,.1Ml'insv or sore lungs. Price 50c, $1 meet are oa lna! bottle free. Guaranteed by night at the school house in mass iu'ii ii ctftri. li. )i 1 .miilim .invention to nominate a city PUBLIC SALE. ticket which includes candidates lor iMayor, l'oln-- Judge anil the Bv order of the flout d of Trus- six councilmeii. el Stantop llieh hool the un-The In" stock trade for au di rsigiied will on the 1st Monday thinti other than fat sttill'is slow. in Sept. lilll, at the Court House ill.. i. ii'.u KViir UinlU'll t.l tilt' (lour -to Miuuon, tvy., at l o cjock , ,,, Short grass aul slim' , t )i(i(U,r on i( ttnA. writer. H vrops .ire wholly resion.-iIlr jx nil,i twdva niontliB, j, the .... .... . I. ... t ' ilie i;eimicraiic ougustniium High School lot together nothing to no witn it the buildings thereon, con ijchool in this city begins next tainii.i.' about acre, lying east of M.mdav. It ivas to have begun tbejnil lot and north of the Court l l,.v .if tlii week but the' House, The ji?rhnp'r will be required County Te ichi'is' Institute inter-- j bond with approved I'l'tud. This entitles the teachers to pay for the week just l lit ciirity li.aiing inicnst from date. fit.. i,(,:ir,l M serves the right to ac- Mine ns if they had taught. Dr. Scav"who formerlv redded ''''I" "f '''J"'l .v r all I'ids. This ' in this co'untv and who was hist Well locnli.tl. pin.,, of property and Luther Stepliens, week iirreMetl and taken to hex- Lliaymaii. haviiu; parsed a cnht .1. iiiuton for 1. Atldifo'i. check on Conductor K. A. Se'Ttiirv. was tried last week on .i to tin eharue on lunacy and rv d? LEXINGTON, Sons, Winchester, - Ky. KY. j un-d.- " APITAL STOCK. SlOO.OOO i SUKPLUSAXDUN- mVIDED PKOF1TS. 1UO.OOO TIIK ijj Cut-Pric- e i P'WINCITNSTE f" mi. g j j)j V. OP inciihtish, Ky. r Bank. OAM1IIKU. $ OLEAKANCE X.IIOI.LY WlTimHHI'OON.PllBN, K. Hl'll.VK, G S e YOUR AOCXJUNTS SOLIOITKU SALE. II se-- s 1 KilUtf L,, l'rj:.ii.i,i.iMi:xJW WiUK ,., 1 e. Hmw'r J. . --- Erl TPrIlVT H. lAUKPHN, 1 HARDWICK and CO. If you are interested in saving money, take idvantage of j i r 1 . - I i t Watchmaker and - latirolot uvnwivi All Kinds of Watch and Clock exi-eiit- c se-t- o KepalrlnK on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- HON GUARANTEED. Line of 5 ' this sale. Our loss will be your gain. The following lines Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Women's will go inthisale: Mines' and Children's low cut Shoes, Millinery gtiods, all Sum- , mer DressGoods, Men's and Hoys' Hat-- Women's and Misces' The following will Neckwear, Sewing Machinos, &c, Ac. give you an idea of the prices we will make in this sale : ' MEN'S $21.00 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 ( able I Jewelry & Spectacles. me in I Call and seeBuilding, the Red J Hotel River $9.00 7.50 ( '; 12.50 suits for 4.50 Atch-iiiso- I CLAY CITY, l KENTUCKY. .. . 1 ! Boys' Suits as Follows: suits for 81.50. 85.00 Milts for 3.00. M 50 suits for 2 50. 2.25' suits for $1.25. 2.00 suits for l.ll) Woman's low cut shoes as fob' ones at 2.25.1 ones at !i 00. !).50 ones at 2.50. lows : rade of low cuts for Women, Miss- 2 50 ones ut 1.75. In the cheaper es' mid Children the pi ices are cut the same per cent. $110.00 Sewing ' Muehints at 22.50. 825.00 Sewing Machines at 817.50. line If you are in need of a buggy, it will pay you to see our and get our prices, for we can. save you money on them. We are sole agedts for both Fish Ilros. and Mitchell wagons, and can also save you money on them. S.OO ii.vliim. V V. I MilliL'nnRticinPCCpknnl of Meallnir. Lexington, Ky. Chainberlniii. of Clinton, J,., Iiuldtv accuses ltikleli s Al ' BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND of Hinling the sting nica Salv T'vrir?vfriT,iv!r AcLiiSL-i r ,,, l,r.,s or p..ii. , iirLwwunu. t- it4 the dUtrcM. T,jB s,., ,H8 "'' mtm ,it hun- i , ,.,! in Im.iu jir put, ,! wonien who "it nut cut-lien inns, Im'iiIm, riraiiiH and mjurifr' are successes. It will make of their leirnr," lie suj S, ".e u, a success of you; I' "f kiiuN i Succeed when everything e'.60 faiU. In nervous prosttation anil female weaknesses they ro the supreme remedy, u thousaads have testified. Bitters over 1 ..... i r i..iiiii,iIv v il. ! :'i I llnll't X- - FOR KIDNCYtLIVERANp . STOMACH TROUBLE it is the beat medicine ever sold it." t 2"iii i at Swann-Da- y Wiite for Catalogue. a druggiat'a counter. I hlardwick & Co., Stanton. Lumber I'li.'h twit'. i V. F. tiuiniiiT timl wifu i.f J" li 'I' iiiii ivunt mi lulu ( iliiiiilo tn flint ul i in bed up the 100 in tilt' simile. Tltoy H"t cniil. i II' fin McKin-ni'.v, iimiinriiiii snlc of Pike's Peak iiud v i'ic nvi'itakoii by n miiiw r torjn uml innvn in flc.itli. And eliitivi'8 near Vaughn's Mill. Mr. niid Mrs. Morgan f Winchester, are visiting Sttliifilea for Sale. Kann :ale. Black oiik mul pine at 82.50 mid 100 nine two nillei I nun City 82.2,") ). r iIm.iih.iiuI ut mill, City on Mt. Sterling mad Fair Diivis A Burgher, improvements. A burg'-ifor some VaughtiVMill, Ky .1. W. Ballard. one. Winceflter. Kv. Route?. "Sale. 'Very w c'-v- Ssdks I Commissioner's . t I It is a very serious m.U'.er to ask for one medicine c::d have the ysa I?cr wrong one s reaaon ws ur;e you in buying to be careful to get th gsnuins The Myers Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer is the only tnachino ever invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only takes out the dirt and leaves the tnop clean, but it wrings it so dry that there is hardly any moisture left in the mop. The floor 13 never left streaked, asyou are always using a clean mop. The machine is viry simple to operate and requires na skill, as any. body can use it, man, woman orchild. It is a labor saver, as one person will do the work quicker and better than three with any other device known. The pail sets on the platturm and Is not attached to the machine and can be moved at any time. It is always ready for use and there arc no parts to get out of order. A trial of our tnachino willconvince you thatits work is perfect. We have yet to find a dissatisfied customer. Lee Circuit Court. The National Bunk of Bent- - tjvillc, PlnintifT, - If your dealer does not handle this Hop MYERS WRIHIER CO., Wringer, write direct to us. Manuf'rs, Mihawk. N. Y. 1 1 . wm KV .y FREE Your Oraaii !30 DAYS TRIAL BED CENT IN ADVANCE. WOT OWE From My Factory Direct to vuu. savea$3Sto$S0. Tllprovathia bevond tha ahadaw of a doubt If you will let roe ship you one of my Adier organs on zree trial. X prove sni-- c' belereyo'i idL. i. a n la mw mte iy li ear Ttry e, Mm The Piano and Organ Matter emus i. adier Tisi-its- t ru ta You TlesNlaMlnaila otOrsans MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY Vrm - butted tha hot air bubblaSof the dealers, aeenta and middlemen of thla country by asllina; direct to too homes at the same price they f bmerly paid ma tof my organs. SEND ME YOUR NAME whether yen want to bay or not and I'll send you free of charge and postpaid the meat wonderful tn thla and buying orsin bookDue ao not plana you over aaw. All the organ meanraor. country claim they make the bo n oriran 1 own m awn turner lands. rive you anr rjroor. 10a. ana neratsiha savr mills, dry Ulna and factory. I do not hare to pay 00a penny of profit for lumber or milling-- . The profit tnat other maaof actnrara pay to lumbar and aaw mills, I put into say Adier Orarana. (The nirnungaMB 01 wrganai. inavs ana reason my orgaa Dane tnaa any aunt- - aaaaa. notner Prnif! I MUlBtM m mm for SO Mm. wImmaa athifi crflaMtitaetlahat'rai far 10tal9 vmh. mean aomethlngf My aelllng plana are tha fatreat, simplest; safest and eaalest erer Din'tthls pheed before the American public, in that I arrant my customers all tha time they want, arrange tiei r payments as it suits tneir income ana circumstances, giro uom reaaonsoia extensions or time If tho can't meet their payments and charge them bo la teres t. Ask soma of ysur aeighbors who me about this. That's tha beet proof you caa get. I would Just as aeon give you tl.OCO dta't in gU it you can duplicate thla proposition. tvi-.- h MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) h ts 1 tae nearo t to the human voice, a pure singing tona that lasts a life time and It won the highest pnr.sat theSt. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are tha best. Everybody is buying an o gun these days and everybody Is During an Adier on account of its high quality, wearing qualities, style an t reputation. Iamaellins-themfe- r leas than dealers and agents are selling cheaper grade orrani and when you stop to think and realise that when yon buy from one of these middlemen you rnuet pa hi profit, time, salesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a while lot andet'inds before you as the king of money aavera. My TrjrM's greatest organ factory lz ..crli'i.l the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair anil it y and night, grinding outvu, w brvaunvufc a uaiiui wrsiuwiiw uww Bwuumai vrsr luwwv. nnnwrrr a i rn Adier. It wells a dosen more and so on Indefinitely. They're stood the test and always will. Quality versus Jnmes Lane, Ac, .. Defendants Notice of Sale. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale entered in the Lee Circuit Court in the ubovu styled causo at Its June term, Mil, In favor of tha nliiintifT.Thc National Bank of Beattyville, and a- James II l.iino and 8. I. Jlar- tin. for the sum of Two Hundred Dol t lars with thereon at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the 10th dny of April, 1007., until paid, and the sum of Nino Dollars nnd Twenty Cents, its costs expended in the original action herein and the costs of this action, I will on Monday, September 1th, 11)11, (it being the fhst day of the regular September Term, 1911, of the Powell County Court.i.at Oi e O'clock 1'. M. nt the front door of the Courthouse in Stunton, Powell County, Kentucky. sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following described property, or so much thereuf as will he necessary to satis "y plain-tiff'- s debt, interest und costs, A (rliii'ii tract of 'n.rirl I; ingni.l lSn j in i w ii county, Kentucky, nd buiiudeu u follows: heginningiita stake on the easte n bank of Hed Kiver. where the road leading from Stanton to Clay City strikes said river at. the corner or ii". 51. Hammons farm; thence running with the center of suid road, S. S8-- J6 . 15. 16 i bh s ; S. 26 poles ; S. 60--$ li. 14. poks to a stake hud black oak pointers, corner to Lina Conleeimd bo. 1 ,g u to Sarah Forkner, which i. now owned by Una Coulee j thence S W. 108 poles to a beech, a former corner to John A. Rose's place; , thence S. 40 12 K. 26 poles to a hickory a io rmer corner to JacJvMirtoi.V place ; thence S. 85 E. 12 poles to two impels, corner to the Bowling place; thence vwtli the lino of "the Bowling farm a direction, !3a poles, to a gum ; thence N,'6'E. 36 poles ' to lted Kiver; thence down" the, Rhjer with its meanders to the beginning, uontiiinlng ' 180 acres more or less. The amounts to be pad.i'by3tiiis sa!e are as follows, to wjt : Amount of debt and, interest to ' ' day of sale $252 80 ' Cost of original action 0 20 ' '" Cost of this action, 45 85 Master Uominhsioiier's fee, 25 00 Printer's fee, 12 00 iilU-res72-E- OjicWraugHT Liver Medicine proiniH.y obtained In all cenntrles OS) no FII. Caveau anil Copyrt elite resla. Islere,!. Send Sketch, Moilel or 1'lioto. for Patent pract. eiroaT on patentability. no Ice exclusively. SUM Mrs at IS. senti s cenu tn etamps for Inralnahle book e nnrrn.' Whth ones will Bar. Haw tn patent law and other valuable Information. rati D, SWIFT & CO. PATKMT LAWVEDS. D. C. The reputation of this old. rella- ble medicine, f;r constipation, indigestion and liver U firm' ly es'.abliched. It do; not imitate 13 better than other medicines. It others, or it would not be the favorite liver rowder. with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 .. r 303 Seventh St., Washlnaton, "Cardui Cured Me" For nearly tea years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Tread way, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat. I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardul had helped so many, and I bewail to ta! e it,, end it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, 1 can do anything." TAKE DO Tho Woman'sTonic If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, 'such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragglng-dow- n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try' Cardul, the' woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, aS it can do you nothing but good. It contains nodanscrous, drugs. It, has no bad Ask your druggist Hecsells and recommends Cardui. aflcr-cffec- ts. Write to: files' Advisory Dept.. Oivdanooea Medicine Co'., Chirtanonci, Tenn., book, "Horns Treatment lor Special l.utrjctioru, and sent tree. I 54 6p ' kails Tin 1M l ITT Ii ffY 1 J ' Not Simply y'r 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 rhas organs through them. I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, as I ant doing now eielnilrely, I used to tell to dealers only, but when I found out that they sold my organs for take and three tlines as tliiy paid roe. making the poor people bleed for It. I waa thunderstruck and Quit. Iscntout thousands of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me. that I meant to sell direct i tno nomas, saving mam ine enormous, unreasonaoie pronts and expenses tney were enarglng them. a saved my ciear airy, in t ,vfrcar.ic.tooftnem aa at uiunaerooiv xrom aof which would round aumeera deader had customers 73.01X1 least as.C2&.0oa. all a tha I told Before thi-m- ) You surely appreciate hin what this means. n a tha Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU Is simply this. latll shlf yea,oaMd7irrtlrUI,erjyorfUrou vaal, oa say reueoable termeyoe ttaraeiitct, Jgit aill tulu year laceme aad drcimttaacii. It yoe kws It al the tn of the trial perto4, which I know yoa will, yea caa pty all or s small earn dews sad tbe saltoce Baoathljr, quarterly, eemhaaoeally er say ether reaieaahle way. It at en 7 time yea caa'l meet a perineal when It's dae. I'll (ladlj sire you a reasonable eileailea cf time Too shall net tacoDreaien- e yeaned by kaylof ea Adier, tor I'm solas to make It the eaeletl purchase yea erer made. I'll cherie yoa so Intertel et ether ereea mea are delaf. II yoe doa'l keep my oriia be. caste It's sot as repreieated, yoa cea ehlp It beck at wj ei. penie aad I'll pay yoe every coot yoa paid for !ro!ht. eo yoa will loes eleeletoly aothlnf. Farihermore, II at any time within a yttr, my ersea does aol bold ap to every clilm I mode, yoa ea ehlp It bock el my espeneo sad I'll return to yoa e ery dollar of tke purchase price with per cent, lalereil and all frolibta paid. I caa as ree te do thla tecaoee I know bow my organi are made sad positively kaew they slwoye make llllHHi Ml, rVWBaBaBaBaBaCaBaBaal ch Total, , . mi 85 Terms of Sale:- Sale will be made, on a credit of six months and " the purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and sufficient security for the purchase price, payable to the plaster Commissioner ol the Leu Circuit Court, bearing interest .from date until paid at the rate of six per cent, per annum and a lien will be retained on the land sold to secure payment of said bond. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these conditions. Given under my hand this tho 28th day of July-191- 1. J. K. Roberts, Master Com'r Leo Circuit Court. 8 when vnii'ne he- Now Is thi tlmo of in the MAUATHON ro't cet all this. Vnnti lo tiilnk ol Ine car yrn mi na b'lt ilon'S nocapt our merst.teuint. I or ii " A Buyin,;s wu..ibj yw iu uu.. Bericmber, when vott bur. t)mt tH n60- i iloli.Ar reli'in u lute limit cif dollar lor readied la oars selllni under ;;,rju. wasi detail, the weal li o''mrchaaical exccilctcs, you pay more, your return! are not lu v linUh ond dep'sndablo utility that character- Tjortion to vonr Investment. ' warn you nuy, uuy nor, simpiy a car,' lio ths MAKATHON. but car service. Biiy correct detif n, occur And It's yours for ths asking. atA rnnatrnrtlnn anil cmrxl marriali. Bill Won't you ask for It t sound motor car value. MAKATHON models Include Torpedo Toerlnu Cstr, Fore Door Tottrliia Caur. Siautdard Touring Car and Koadater, and Torpedo atoadsrtcr. Pricca irora S1.S4V0 to f 1,700. a Car'biit Cur Service i SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tenn. SlJfWRY Eiist-Bount- OF L. & E. TiyiE TjfSLE. West-Bound. l. EttVutive May No. 4, Daily. A. M. StUtluMrt. i8, Hill. No. 2, No. 1, No. 3'. Commissioner's Sale. J'owell Circuit Court. G. W. Lylo's Admr. frjalntlffs Daily. P. M. 1 Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. 5:35 4 .SO 3" food. My Piano orftr-T- be Greatest ITy hUh grade world's famous Adier Fouthern Concert Grand Pianos can be had direct from my factory on tha asms liberal buying plans aa applied to my Adier Organs. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and finish they have po superior, 1.' an r4u.1l. and. I can eara you f 100 to f.:o. Thuy are artistic In design, built to la tn Ufa time, have a tans as clear and fine 1 a hell, and a wonderful, easy, alas-l- .j Uu Ji. 1 SO YEAR GUARANTEE I (earaalee all my srisas lorSB years, tometklas no other erf u men will do. Ily laaraoloe bead It the etroai.il ever wrlttea aad If yoe will esk year beaker or any el my locel bents or the editor of this paper as to my reliability, yoa will bo told that X am as eooad as a reck, that yoe caa safely eater late any traatacllea with sso aad shot all of mydeallaft are oalbe aaoare. lead year same for calalec aad buyios plans. Too will be under ae obllgatloa whatever, Stool aad lastruc. tioa book liven with every orisa. tttYllS L MUR, Pres. Asler Mfg. Co. I 2:17 versus 2:35 G. V. Lylo's heirs Defendants. 2:40 Notice of Sale. 3:05 l'urauiint to judgmont and order of 3:15 sale of tho Powell Circuit Court enter3:21 ed in the above styled cause, I will on 3:28 51onday tho 4th day of Sept, 1911, 3:47 at 1 o'clock p. m. or thereabout, (be- ,3:52 ing Court Day), sell at public n 4:04 to the highest tind best bidber the 4:25 auc-tio- 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 0;0U 0:12 0:27 0:32 0:14. , 0:5 I.exinuton, Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Imiittn Fields. CLaY CITY, Stainoii. Riwslyn. Filmni, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7 :37 4:37 4 :T4 7:10 7:10 7:05 0:50 :43 6 :40 G 4:05 3:5( 3:51 3:45 3 :30 3 :26 l'imiptii .Innctlon, Natural Uridpt'. Torrent, Beitliy villi- - .It:t, O. & K. Junction, (i:ao 0 :03 5 :10 3:12 2 :51 1 " Guaranteed lor 25 Ycara P'WjI eca-- aid Instruction book glren f TEJt THIS OUT. laVUl.TO.PAV vlth .vtry pLuio. .tjluj plaru. 'j irw Send for catalogue and a." T y alei rr-- . n r-rraamiieleawawi B Make a ersss to tha circle for organs or pianos or a J write your nassa and add rasa an a postal card or In I a letter, stating which you want piano er organ de-- I eriptlon. Don't enclose any stamp. 1 pay all charge!. I Writs plainly. j CITUIL rVMaWChestaut It. LoAianlHa. Ky.; I want pictures aad full dee I want yoa I orgaa nana, enpuan 01 your pianos. s' old homo farm of said G. V. Lyle, Sr., adjoining the lands or I. T. Bains' heirs Dud Hush, D. R. Daniel. Jeff Wright mid 0. 0. Daniel, Jr., and containing about 2.'0 acres. This sale will bomado on u credit of sii. twelve and eighteen 5:10-- 5:25 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 :57 Jackson, Quickmiiid, 5:05 1:50 1:25 f suit. T!r, .aSal. ' "r I rartory--Greaie (a At VtrH rareajiess, 4, Clay City Times. nun .ot!i vi euro - months, the purchaser being required t.i execute bond with approved security and having the force and effect of a teplovin bond. Any one desiring to inspect the property will call on or communicate wlthL. C. Lyle, Vaughns' Mill, Ky., or M. It. Lyle, Stanton, Ky. Witness my hand this 10th day of August. 1911. R0MULD8'JA0KK0N, ' .Hatter Com'r. CONNECTIONS. 1 will inke connection nt Lexington wllli the L. &, N. for Louisville, Ky, No, 3 will make connection with the L. & N. ut Lexington' for Cincinnati, O. OAMPTON JUNOTION: Trainij No?. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con neistion witlt .Mountain Central Huilwav to and from Caninton. kEATTYVILLE JUNUlION: Trainn Nos. I. 2 und 3 will make con nection with the L.fe A. Railway for Rattyvillt. j li & K JUNCTION : 'Tra'l-'- s Noa. 2, 8 and' will make connei-- . tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for 0 one! City, Ky,;, aii'l O & K ftatioiir. CH ASS SCOTT, Ot nM PafBonner Ajent. liKXINGTON: Train No. &