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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 31, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911083101_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 31, 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 CLA SI. DO n T If Citwlie Sarronn Jinn Coontry anJ Ourselves. , .- Year In Advance. Wc are here to help Clay .1. R. Ilurgher, I'liblishcr. - VQ,. XVI CLAY OTY. Kr:. flgUKSDAY AUGUST J mil. NO. ?P STANTON Teachers are Competent, Inslruclion Thorough. Classes for all grades. benefit of prospective teachers. Write for catalogue and terms to COLLEGE OF OFFERS UNEXCELLED ADVANTAGES ffO THE YOUTH Sial I Republican Convention. vL POWELL COUNTY. All branches reviewed for attention to backward scholars. Expenses are low. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. The Bridges. ly liiid The city it till county liuve joint:i civil engineer making es titmice on tlfe cost of tlie fills, ruts, and etc. for the bridges proposed to lie built by them. Judge Hardwi-- k was in the city Tuesday in conference with the city nlliciuls in regard to the The building of these bridges. county is willing to build its part of the two bridges needed in this city, the one to cross the river at old Clay Oity ami the other one at the old forge mill site. We hope to see these bridges both built before the high waters of winter come a Ion;, and the one at the Hanunons ford also built Meeting Closes. which we understand will be Elder D. H. Matherly closed done. the meeting at the Christian Good Rains. At the Republican convention at Irvine last week W. F. Welch of Irvine, was nominated for State Senator from this district ami B. J. Mathews, of this conn ty was nominated for Represen tative. Mr. Welch is tlie present Representative from this Legis lative district. The Senatorial district which is composed of Powell, Estill, Lee and Madison county has been formed for eighteen years and during this time Madison county has furnished the nominee for each of the parties until this time. We think a change is justly due. J. W. Jones died at Union Hall A good ruin also fell on Monday night and Tuesday night's rain Sunday night aged 88 years, lie g hud been declining in health for inly furthered a complete Grass will the past few months but until of the ground. now grow up again and late crops then he had been in good health will have hiillicient moisture to and was a man of bright mind I'.ili.v mature. and rure talents. He was buried Kciili'ii Tipton, of Winches--ter- near his home. Mr. Jones was interesting.. heMipfrinteinient was in tlie city Tuesday an.l one of a very few surviving Mexnve a lecture in the forenoon Wednesday. , ican soldiers in Estill county. Upon the "l)iilie ot lnistees" which was erv interesting t" bolh teacher and tniutee. We also observed that Superin tendent took an nclive part all iloug the way b ini;..i: t in:: ie! ! know leilue as wnl best enable t he teacher o Keep .i record o! the wet-lin. 1 drouth was thoroughly broken Tuesday night when it rained the greater, part. ,of the night, a good steady ruin. The n. xt morning water was running all over the ground and fields were thoroughly wetted down. The church Sunday night. Brother Matherly did some very earnest preaching which resulted in spir itual awakeiiingmf-,- 1 he, nmioboi-shiand four additions to the church. Death of J. W. Jones. p Mr. and Mrs Grant Baker and children are visiting Mr. and Jin. The Teachers' Institute Hob Henry at Winchester We haw just had a nice rain held at the Stanton College from (irover Harnett mid sister, Mi- August '21 til $o. Instructor, K. winch has proven a blessing lo the Car n't: from Winchester are vis people of Hurdwiek's ctcck. S. Eubank, iting their hrother, Fletcher lhe Institute wa npencil at 'e are sad to cnnoune "tt. d,.-- t li of Mr. 0:15 a. m. Dpvotioii.il .wercis.-Mr. anil Mrs. Pete Wells and Mr J. W. Jones, ot Fur- Mrs. Will Wells visited Mr. were couductefl bv the Mow .1. C. ,,, Kv .,..,.,1 II.. and Mrs. Pete Todd Saturday nigl i Hartley, rreflWent ot Manton f Kentucky'.- - pioneer.-- . and Sunday. (liilloirf, II t I'.w mil si,.it ill lit Vour attention N culled lo the ' There will be services at the Ira G. Profit tV Opening address f'icf that Sunday, Sept. old will be Christian cimrch Saturday nigh' by Mr. EubanK regular xppointiiieiit of liio. Lowiy ami Sunday. Everybody is invitThe iiuiiti feature of Mr. h at the I'lnisti.tn church. Tile S'lu- - ed to come out. I. I. j oaiiK s morning talk was tin v i'h"ol will he held i" the mornJ. B. Lyle Dead. rrr!it iw.ciiuui t 'l i it' taHtiitMi'V- con- ' '"-John H. Lyle died at Irvine ' "v "or ne present: ! ditions in the public schools. He aged lifty years. BuMonda axotiiwi f 'oiti:i.o.vi)i:.NT. also dwelt upotf the importance rial Tuesdav in the honors of Me of the upbuildjng of character! John Sr.. .wdci. hie si son ry. He leaves a wife an and the great responsibility that Iter, .Mrs. Munis Curtis. children. He was a brother to L. C. and M. 15. Lvle, of this rests upon eachjuiiu every leach Mis Dollie Wells was the guest county, and formerly lived ci er as an examm- - lor Hie growing n .Miss Kuiuiie Kenncn Sunday. He wa Hardwick's creek. mind. The morning session was by all wl Lizzie and Cora Curtis man closed bv a brief out line of the knew him. He had been a word "Scholarship," which was were the guest of .Miss Cora Martin with rheumatism for near: YwY i .... .i riuuday. ly twenty years and it was thi given, uy Yir.,iuuev. , ., We notice throughout, the In Mr. and Mr. George Dunn way disease that caused his death. stitute that verv little or coin are visiting their sitcrMr. .MorCool Weather. paratively ho work was done by gan Ale Kinney. Tuesday was the coolest day the teachers, therefore leaving we remember ever experiencing Mr. and Mrs. ( 'ha. NeUon spent in the summer month of August. them the full time to receive in Suiwhiv with their sister, Mrs. Sam were necessary to keep formation instead of Iryini: to At noon ilair of Cla City. warm in the house. impart soine. luis was one ol time the thermometer was down Mi-Davis-Wmfred Erner to liftv. Wednesdav was also a the important features which , and licit ('row spent Sun-,j.,v found iiuich favoi- with tin tenchnearly so cool with V illie T'.dd. Tuesday. ers. riiursdav's program wa ver Thtl Institute. wJ , Vaughn's Mill. s , -- ,. uvi!d T I I - - - 1 well-belike- .Mi-- es d sul-fere- r , Ms. , 'ii-ivci- t 1 l,t as-da- i a55 WALDRON & JOHNSON, Sv FIT and STYLE is what of WaltersviUe, Ky. s,.l Iv. you get when you buy a Corset With the brand LORAINE on it. We strive to please in every our lady cuAomers u Hairs. Tun teaciiers a u wiob have felt ureal ly be n litied l' i Ins In slitute, and it i Imped Hut Mr. Eubank will be able to be with For the deep interest us again. which he manifested in this institute and the good impression made upon the teachers, he is school We frr a foil line of (.! neral Merchandise and urn selling the goods to our large ti.ntu ana tliey u-l- l us they uro way always supplying them with the best for the ey. mon- kindly rememoered by ill. O. J. I). Saving Money. A ,.M We have found it in the line of Corjets. In other lines of gcods we arc leaders in STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE. wan I t!:e When you BEST at Reasonable Prices you know to go to SHIMFESSEL'S. K. MuDanell, of Warsaw, Mrs. li. li. Self, of I, vingtoii, and 0. W. Groves, of Cincinnati, O. Mrs. Gmves wan sixty eight T3 years old ami a Imlv ot li.e most, m u h a! rv pleasing dispnsiri n. g mounter ot i lie Cfinsri.ni ch.irch, a .d was il laiiy wi'ise mans ant (I'.iu i'....-hi- . leeils ot Kind li .'id, an. fo.' A'Wjn loving , . leinlira.ice. w'ifiVDt; io.i- - Citef. I J. the this city last Friduy ;uid was buried at Mt; Tabor in Estill county Sunday by the sklo of her husband. Dr. Groves who died about sixteen years ago. Mrs. Groves is survived by four children, Mrs.-J- . M. Kenuon, of this city, Mrs. Death of Mrs. Uruves. Mrs. Lou Groves died at home of J M. Kenuon in Y u cin do the same thing. If you ar not Hlr'udy one of our many pleased customers, come round 'nine day and give our place a look through hii'I let u piic' you some of our m goods. They willopeuyo i r eyes to an opp, m t unity. 1 Send Us Your Orders over telephiiMe. in by m engcr or otherwise and if you live City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" - THE TIMES. l'DlinSIlED EVKUY THUKS0AY. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. Smuts of Wheat and the Hessian Fly. The millers of Kentucky are Subscription rates 81 a year or three complaining considerably of tin quality of much of the wheat years in advance Si. this year.it year ben eniitli- J. E. I5urii!tcr, Publisher. lions were extreinelv avornhle for s Entered us ninil mutter. prouuciic' wiieat o a very Mun urade. The presence nf stinking incect. - Aug. 31, 11)11. Thursday, smut is on" of the causes of com. The best indication of its presplaint, and reports indicate that ence if rallen Mraw. Where the CLUB RATES. many crops in all parts of the State stalk or cluni has been injured by For the convenience of mir sub- were affected with thi disease. this pest, a slight'vvirid, will cause scribers, we have arranged clnb rales Stinking smut can be m easily ii, to break and fall down, and of with the following papers at prices and cheaply com rolled that iis course the yniitt does not mature. below mentioned : in a field 'of wheat is a sine A slight infestation this year may The Times and t Courier-Journ1.00 indication of earelesMiers on mean a much greater one next, " Cincinnati Knquirer 1. 10 of the owner. Hither of tho prec.iiiiti ns are taken this fall. DO " I.tuiisvillo Herald following treatments will prove ef- Where it I" present n a farm or in " Home and Farm ?o fective in eradicating stinkh-- Mimt a iiHuhhoihuod the best means of " Ii land Fanner 1.00 and the cost is uhotii two cents per keeping it in check is late sowing " American Farmer 90 ' i inert) Southern Ayncult'inst 7r h'ishel. of that particular by the neighborhood. Wheat should not 1. Foiinalin Treatment, DEHOCRATIC TICKET. (a) Dipping Have a druiruist be sown before the fifth to the tenth nrocure formalin uhich he ean ah- - of October, and if sown this late, For U. S. Senator, "'"""J I',mnt HU solutely guarantee to he full 40 per"!'1' OLME M. JAMES, lions infestation b the fly. cent solution of formaldehyde of Crittenden county. Pour oue pint of this into a oil galTnis late sowing demands that For Governor lon barrel of water, and stir thor- the laud be in spletidin condition .TAS. B. McCKEAKY, oughly. Pa' the wheat to be treat- for quick rowth of the wheat, and of MiuUmhi county. ed iiao coin so "Hap sucks, about the extra time can profitably be For Lieutenant Coventor f Dip in- spent in a more thorough working bushel to a s.ic'.c. E. J. McDEKMOTT, keep there a of the seed bed. fn this way the to the solution and of Jefferson county. bout ten minutes or until thorough For Attorney General ly wet ; drain off into the barrel JAMES GARNETT, of Adair county. and set aside for five to ten hours. Then empty mil, spread in a thin For Auditor layer and dry sulllciently to sow or HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fayette county. thoroughly dry and store in a clean If sown while damp, ullow place. For Treasurer T1IOS. S. RHEA, a greater bulk of wheat to make up of Logan county. tor the swollen condition of the For Secretary of State grain. 0. F. CRECELIUS, (b) Sprinkling. Put the wheat of Pendleton county. to lie treated on a clean llo.ir or For Supt. of Public Instruction canvas and with a spnnkl;ng can, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, sprinkle the solution over thi of Christian county. wheat, shoveling over constantly For Commissioner of Agriculture nntil the gr.in isa'l wet. Shovel J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. into a pi!e, and cover with wet sacks, or a good canvas, and leave For, Clerk of the Court of Appeals of a clean, strong, five to ten hours, when it should ROBERT L. GREENE, of Bracken county. bank. We be treated as in the case of dipped wheat. your friendship A word to you sonny you 2. Bluestone treatment. and your twelve or thirteen-year-olDissolve 5 pounds of bluegtont boy who is smoking cigarettes in 25 to o0 gallons of water and Can't we :Pet together? on the sly. What do you want dip or sprinkle the wheat as in the to be when you grow up a stal. case of the formalin treatment, out Do it now! wart, healthy, vigorous, drain off well and partially dry at man, or a little, puny once so the solution wilt not soak measly, uo count, weakmiuded into the grain. dude? If you want to be a man, In all treatments take care to strong like a man, with hair on have bins, floors, sacks, drills, ele , your lace, brains in your head clean, so the treated grain will not and muscles in your limbs, you become infested again. Di, sacks just let those cigarettes alone. and canvas into boiling water, and If you want to be a thing pitied scrub floors, bins and drills with a by your folks, despised by the solution of formalin, one pint in oj girls, and held in contempt by to 10 gallons of water. the fellows, keep right on smok Why suffer a loss of $2 to 810 per iug and end your days in the in- acre from smut when it can ho kept nlF-r-eno-tiee- d - . second-clas- out of the fields for'8 to 4 cents per acre Fly. The Reports of some"dntnagc bv llv have come to. i he Station from different places in the State, and whole this Injury has been especial care the past rlmiild he taken to insure the crop against attacks of the Uet-siii- $t bad effects of latesowing may be'uud a spirilu il revival amoim members of the church.. overeoine. Ciillege of Agriculture, y Hes-,-ia- n J Asi. taut Professor K. oT Kinjiey. of Aurotioniv, Slate of Uliio, Cilv verity Stale I'ni I Kentucky. ol Toledo. Lucas county. 1'rank .1. Cheney makes oath that be is senior pariner of the linn of sea-o't- t, SPOUT SPRING. pie.-.-enc- tin-par- un-lei- -s I hevera from hero attended the K.'ouiitv and State aforesaid, ami show af Irvine Monday. '. that nid hrm will pay the sum o Dillard and James .Snowden r each aid imnrireii dollars went to Winchester Saturday to ' ,.vrv ca.--e of Catarrh that cannot be with relatives. be eiireil by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank .1. Cheney. W. !. Christopher, of Winches. Sworn to before no- and suhec-ibter, ctime up this week to look (5th day of after his farming interests here. ed in my presence, this A. I). IHli. Mr. and Mrs. (leo. S. Ware vis- December, A W. (SIhih ited tlie familv of ,loe Hotmail at (t,,'Hl) Puhli Not..r Vinton a few davs this week. i"- it- t"Uen Hall's Catanb Cure B. F. McKinney and family, u.rny and nets diiecily on th-Clark county, spent si tewdays tl and mucous snrfi.es ol ib" with relatives heie the lost of Hrst,.m, yentl for the week. ft Urn. of F. .1. Cheney v '.... do.nbusiness ill the city of Toledo. - ',. - - j of c 1 I c The Rev. Joseph Cosby return- ed Monday from Lombard where he closvd a twelve days meetiiiu resultini: in three conversions j F. J. tMieney t Co.. Toledo. O. Sold bv all dnigaisis. Ti-- . eon Tak- - Hall's Family Pihs fr tipntiou. I one-hal- THE You Need the Services Cash Grocery Handles every thing in pro-gressi- ve need lit-ti- e d business. Groceries for Cash and in broad-shouldere- Exchange for Produce. d CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK. -- sane asvlum. J. W. Williams USE HOPE The editor of the Times never saw a state ticket that it was any stronger for than the present Democratic ticket and we never saw a party platform nearer to our liking than tho oue the party is standiug on. The Times likes to have a ticket which it can so royally indorse, and it is for that reason, as much as any other, that it feels confident of success for the party this fall. II Qood men have uo right to complain of bad conditions in local government when they sit back or refuse to take part in local politics and let the less YVLIGHTSN YOUR KITCHEN .CARES ST , 1892 PURESPUN ALUWNIW WARE fs. lOs. Wvc MONEY HCkTH. Wnbtmpcr TIMC "Cood five" lor. ever tA rook $ MILLS FJLOUK PROUD OF HER CAKES, Dread and' pies the woman is who has made them from Horn Mills' Success in bread or cake Hour. baking is ulvyaya sure to follow-wheyou use this blub aradh and satisfactory Hour, sold every wbeio. tioublo by throwing W win teal or VJlUek. Ik irtioa a in the wiH rvH. not . - J2 a s sm ,RW KOfCbUM youi old luti. coKodiai lad K1int iron. Iio And enamel ""'- - Rc pUcc thfm wh tna. WWW wy 3) Win IT IS I element take control. the duty of good citizens to take upon themselves the promotion of good government which cannot be done by sitting idly by and. let the other fellows take tho lead. It is IT'S WORTIKW NILE UW II Mi GUARANTEES FM 25 YEARS TO IRVESTUUTI N EXHWITIM T. J. KIRK Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Tim f.ity. Democratic convt'ii-tion convened in this city Satur day night hut after a short talk among Minn? present- left, without organizing or making any unini l'AKKR vN VU, nations. A convention for some future date will he called and LOCAL BREVITIES. the nominations for city oilicers 1011. made. THURSDAY, .... Anj:. 81, I'ili: j TIMES 1 Fred Blackburn is spending this week at the Ohio State Fair at Columbus, Ohio. He is there in the interest of the a few days When You Think Of the piln which miny women experience with every month it make the gentleness and kindness always atiooi ated with womanhood seem to be almost miracle. While in general no woman rebels against what she re as a natural necessity there is no woman who would iards not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain, IIOMH-MAD- Kentucky State Fair. Flf ht Like Tigers. In fighting to keep the blond pure white corpuscles attack disease germs like tigers. Hut off.n germs multiply so fast the little fighters are overcome. Then see pimples, boils, eczema, and sores multiply and strength and appetite fail. This condition demands Bitters to regulate stomach, liver ane1 kidneys and to expel poisons from the hi nod. They are the best blood purifier," writes C. T Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., "I have ever found." They make rich, red blood, strong nerves and build up your health. Try them. 50c at Swann-DuLumber Co.'s store. salt-rheum y John Miller was acquitted at Stanton last week for the killing 111:0. of u fellow by the name of Allen E. R. Little, a Chirk county in Breathitt- county. this case stock dealer was hero T.icsiday to with one other murder case was transfei red from Breathitt to hny a fur hiiitl of cuttlo. this county for trial and the spe Mr. iind Mrs. J. 11. O'Renr ciai term now 111 session was relatives in Monijjoniery called especially to try the cases. county Saturtliiy and Sundiy. fair vis-ited Tlit! city school thly timming with a he-ja- Mon- Acquitted of Murder. Dr. Pierce a Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well, and gives them freedom from pain. It establishes regularity, subdues Intlam-natioheals ulceration and cures le male weakness. n, Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, fret. All correspondence strictly nrivate and sacredlv con6dentil. Write without fear nnd without fee to World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to eure them at home, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing cnly, and he will send you a free copy of bis great thousand-pag- e illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, edition, in paper covers. In handsome 31 stamps. cloth-bindin- 1 Mrs. Mollie Witt- and son, are visiting Mrs. Witt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fox. Al-lier- Burnett, Sterling, was with friends in Pills and that they're a blessing the city over Saturday and Sun- to all his family. Cure constipaGrovor Mt. King Who Left Home- set the world to talking, but Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y. says he always keeps at home the king of of R. It. 1, all laxatives Dr. King's New Life A t, Buy day. J. Bush, of Indianapolis, re- turned home Hiis week from a short visit to friends in this The Times in publishing the press bulletins from the Kencounty. tucky Agricultural Experiment Mr. and Mrs. B. F. MeKinney, station teels that it is doing its of Flanagan, Olark county, were farmer renders'great good if they with relatives in this city Thurs- will only read and heed the adday and Sunday. vice contained therein. This week has a talk on smutty wheat Olio has resnnied EJam's puhlicatioh, It. is now published and the Hessian fly. Since nianv at Jackson instead ni'Huzel Green of our farmers are displacing rye with wheat as a winter cover and is issued weekly. The dry weather in seems to have affected termelon crop which and of the highest crop, it will pav them well to way study this bulletin and heed the the wa- advice from the department. no ahun-ihm- headache, indigestion, pepsia. Only !25c at Swann-Dj imher Co. V stoie tion, dys- a I Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, "I hny my groceries at " and ) FRUIT and SHADE Cultivators FROM- TREES. STKAWBERRY PLANTS. j J Asparagus, Raspberries, barb, etc. Blackberries, Roses, lihu- - j j I Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Write for free catalogue. Thirty Years Together. We have no agents. Thirty years of association-thiTheliish ptitato crop is the of it. Dow tht merit of a good H. F. Hillenmeyer neatest failureof any crop grown thing stands out in that year. The W)rthles8ness of a bud one. So in Kentucky this the Sons, tif AiMieulture esti- there's no guesswork in this eviLEXINGTON, KY. 'per dence of Tiio. Ariss, Concord, mates the yield at only Mich , who write : cent. have used hejiin Dr. King's New I)icoverv fur .50 Protracted sem. es will years, and its the bei-- t cough and at the Methodist church Sunday I Pastor Fryman will cold cure ever used." Once it K aVPITAL STOCK. Sioo.nno inornim:. finds entrance into a home ou he assisted by the Rev. A. P. can't pry it out. Many families 5 DIVIDED PKOFITS. 100,000 Jones, evangelist for the Ken have used ir, forty years. It's the i tuckv Conference. must infallible throat and lung THE Broken luifs ot Ladies' and Mies-e- medicine on earth. Unequaled for P shi"s at SI and Toe a pair. Just lagrippe, axlhina, buy fever, croup, OF WINCIIHTJSH. KV. right for school and every day quinsy or 6ore lungs. Pi ice ri0e$l W. Williutns. wear. Tiial bottle free. Guaranteed by Mr. J. ij X. Holly Witueiispoon, Phkh. Swami-DaLumber Co. 's store. K W. 1. Hchah. Mr. John Henry Wells, "f this Caniiikk. city and Miss Sarah demons, of PUBLIC SALE. Vinlen, were married at Powell'.-Valle- y YOUK aocoi;nts somcitud I?y order of the Board of Trus- church at the night ser,... it ,r ... j,,v..., Witt t.?jiKi'l .!. Ull- 20th, vices Saturday, August "i iktiiwti ileisigiiei) will on the 1st Monday Elder .1. T. Turpin olhiating. 'i' ! in Sept. mi, at the Court House Mrs. 0. W. Duncan, of White dour at 1 o'clock, in riiaaton, Sulphur Spring, V. V. who to the higlit'j-- bidder on a credhas been with relatives in this it of six and twelve months, the Watchmaker city for several weeks, the gitsut-e- r Stanton High School lot together Jeweler. part of the time in an almost wiib the buildings thereon, dying condition, has suHicieiitly about acie, king, eat of leeovcred to he taken home. ilicjnil lot untj north of the Court House Cut the Thistles. ' The purchaser will he required The statutes of Kentucky reand fAII Kinds of Watch NoticeClock and on Short . quire that thistles ho cut on all to execute, bond with approved Reasonable Terms. SATISPAC- beaiiog interest from date. buds ami provide a line of .for Line of TION QUA'RANTEED. the right to acl.iud owners to neglect to do I'll hoard this. The law also provides.thaf cept or reject iinv 01 all hi. This Jewelry & Spectacles. piece of property and an adjoining fanner may' hire Call and see me in the Red l.Uthet Stephens, hands at $1 per day and have Well located. River Hotel Building, Chairman . lands cut infested with thistles .1 I). Atkin-oKENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, where there is danger of his own Secretary. l being seeded trout the laud of his neighbor. is t quality. nk timor j Winchester, - Ky. 4-- JJ j Cut-Pric- e Winchester Bank, 2 CLEARANCE tt SALE HARDWICK and CO. If you are inti ivsleii in savin-- ' money, taki i(lvanta't) of this salt. Our lov will he your gain. Tin follow ing lines Men's ami IJovs' Clothinp, Wouien's will jj" in this sak: " and Children's low ut Shoe, Millinery jioods, all Summer Dress OooiU, Men's and Boys' Hats, Women's and MKes' The followin will NmUwur. Sening M.ichines, itc, Ae. we will mako in this sale; give you an idua of the priees .Mi-M- i . . utu t j K, ! J.P.HAUPPIN, con-tablin- g t I t ies,-rv- s ile-inil- f I MEN'S $21.00 18.00 16.50 suits for suits for suits for SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for suits for $14.00 12.00 11.00 $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for 4.50 3 , n. Boys' Suits as Follows: uits for :j.l)0. M fiO suits for AC. 2 i.i suits furifl 25. 2.00 suits for 1.10 Women's low cut hhoen as tj1.0() ones at :Hl0. :i.5() one at 'i,')0. $:J. 00 ones at 2. .'". low-- . ;J .)()niU"at l.T.'i. In tlie i heapei uraih of low ento for Women. Mit--- , s' and Children the piiee. are out the caiue per cent. 8.'h).00 Sewin; Sewiti! Machines at 817.50. Maehints at If you are in need of a hu!i'.v, It will i iy you to see our lino We aie and get our priees, for we ran wnv you imoiihv on tliein. Hole agents for holh Fi"') IU'". and Miichell wagon, and can . also s;vu you money m fS.OO Ih-h- suits for 85 00 -- I Lexington, Ky. Ohamheilain. of Clinton. boldly accuse)- - Unckl.'ii's the sling BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND. Jalvi of TYPEWRITING. from bums or i,fds the pain the fraii oic of hM kind This i"hool ha tnrneii u t final hoil or piles, "It cut, of moil ami w'omen who hpraiiis and injurirc.iriir. are successes. It willmaku s, v'a uj of ilelr teiror. he a success of vou. h'Hling remedy it equal dmi'i ex j K. K M-- Accused ot Stealing, Mil likan Business School i . Ai-ide- lEIe&fsic s dii-ircs- s hnn-ilreil- - Succeed when everything e!;.5 fails. In nervous prostrAticn and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Bitters tlu-iu- il " J Onlv 2.Ti! at Svvaiii'I.i I no, her Co.'s tame. ' Wihe for Catalogue. (3 it la the best medicine ever sold over, a drugg'-st'.counter. FOR KIDNEY. LIVE AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I t 'Jominissioner's Sale. & Series No. 7. Also another tract of hind In . Shlnglea forvSale. (Iriss for Kent. l'owell county on Snow creek and be-- g lil.u-onk and pine "at 82.50 and Boundary of 200 acres, splendid uiilngat agate at the county road on 3.. 25 per tli'iiis.ttul Clark ircvlt Court. at mil. bluegrass, would like to have 50 the stone cornerto the Watts' Dowery; Verv IIiiiIm .dniiidtra- Diivitt fc Burgher, head of young stock to graze by the HalntllTii, thence a straight line N. East to a lorn. It Is a very serious manor to a3t Vaughn's Mill, Ky mouth. point where it strikes II. S. Snow den G. H Martin, . for one medicine ar.d hivo the I. It. HihImiiiV Heir. I'i'fi'luliilitji. and Dock N.'blnck ; thence a westerly Tor this Log Lick, Ky. wrong one given you. Sale. direction to a stone ; thence a south Xoilcc nf Sale in Ktjiiily reason we ur-- o you in 1 uying to course to the county road ; thence with Hy virl in1 of a Jtiilpnt'iil tuid oitlur of bo careful to jjet ths geauiuc said road to the beginning, containing ii Jo nf t Itv Clark Circuit Court, render tee Circuit Court. 111 about 03 acres. tin- pril Term, lflll, thereof, tint The National Hank of ikat- lln iiImim- - rtitisc , the undiTnineil will No. 8. Also another tract in Clark tyville, Plaintiff, 'ii the L'Mli day id September, Kill, at canity on the waters of Lulbegrtid versus Liver IVIcdicine Hi'Vlnek A. M. oi- tin re.ibouts on the creek and binding the road at the road James Lane, fce., Defendants. premises near I.tu; Kick. Clark Coun forks; thence down the Vienna load Notice tif Sale. The reputation of this old, rel.'a-b- le promptly obtained In nil countrlm OR NO Ml. ty, lvuiitiiel.y. proceed to olTor for sale and running with said road to S. 1', Cftrentunnrt CttTrltflil rftla By virtue of n judgment and order of medicine, fcr cor.tipi'.ion, inUtrrml. ?nd Mcftoh, Mntfl or I'ioto. for i Public Amtfoli to the highest bid digestion and liver trcull?, is firmKerrs line; thence back with the old sale entered in the Lee Circuit Court run nirunr un pateniHrnmy. rnililfjract- ly established. It does not imitate r, on ii etvdit of six (6) twelve (12) road to the beginning, containing I 2 in the above styled cause at its June Send 2 nl In itAmr for lriTaln-book on HOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS, other medicines. It is better than Wlllfll imt Will ttftT- - llniT tf wot 'd eifjhtei n (is) moiitiis, the proper- - acres. term, 1011, in favor of the plaintilT.The nirtiu. ' ......... others, or it would not bs the fat.1.. tvilunt lntr atisl siHia No. 0. Also another tract beginning National liank of Benttyville, and a- j mcniioi" d in the judgment, vorite liver powder, wi.h a larger No. 1. M'tiitiicd on the water. of Hed at a hickory tree in S. 11. Kerr's line in gainst James II. Lane und S. E. Mar sale than all others combined. GO. SOLD IN TOWN F2 iiver begii nintr at a f tone corner to the Lilly road ; thence with said Kerr's tin, for the sum of Two Hundred Dol PATENT LAWYERS '.Vin l.ouc.v in the middle of the road ; lino in a western direction to the road lars w itliiiiterest thereon ''J303 Seventh St., Washington, I at the rate thence dcpiiitinj: m id road with on branch above Vicuna school hoii-- e ; of six per cent, per annum from the viw cry's, line. S Ol.L'j V, S'.W poles thence with the Irvine and Winches- 10th day of April, 1907, until paid, and :.nt Moiic I'enr spri'i; thence with ter road to the intersection of Lilly's tin! sum of Nine Dollarsand Twenty iWi Illli) U'. :a l!h poles to ferry mad thence with said ro.ul to the Cents, its costs expended in thu origiinn' tntie in the Vienna mad; thence beginning containing 14 acres nal action herein and the costs of this down the same binding on llie center No. 1(1. Also another tract of land action, I will on Monday, September S7..i V. (Ml pole.-.- ; thence S (WW. in l'owell county beginning at a pine 1th, 1011. (it being the first day of the V.' poles to a stake to the school house tree on the ridge and running wei.t to regular September Term, 1011, of the "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C '1 : thence with the line of same S. 70 the Hudson line; thence S. K. witli the Powell County Court,) at One O'clock " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to pules to n stone in the road; Hudson line to the public road ; thence P. M. nt the front door of the Courtthence with the same S. !S3 V. 5.3(1 with said road K to a white oak at the house in Stanton, Powell County, Kenbe tip and tend to my duties. I C'.d try Cardui, and soon oles to a tone; thence S, 74 W. 78 Hudson corner thence with J. 1. Our-tise- s tucky. sell at public outcry to the highbegan to feci better. I got able to be up and help do my oles to a -- lone in the line of Dowery ; line to the beginning c"iitainiuz est and best bidder the following dehousework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I i hence ij:h the Dowery line S. to a JD.i'-ieimore ot- less and known as the scribed property, or so much thereof am able to do my housework and to care for my children, tone to Cotman's line ; thence S K as will be necessary to satisfy plainSnowden tract. and I feci as though I could never praise Cardui enough .15!). IS poles to a ftake corner to Hen No. 11. Als.i another tract in Powell tiffs debt, interest and costs, i!ud.-n- , for the benefits I have received." Jr., tl.euce N 17.0 ll. M .i.' county on the waters ol lied Hin'i- - be- A ci tain tract of land lying and being o a stone in the road : thence with the in Powell County, Kentucky, and ginning at an elm tree on the bank of loadas it meanders Jo the beginning. lied Kiver near a branch ; thence a bounded n follows: ontaiiiing 75 acres. beginning at a stake on the eastern m straight line to a stone at the Sulphur No. 'J. I!ej,'iniiing at a stone on the gap; thence a N. W. course about 250 bank of Hed Kiver. where the p'iblic 1 edge or side of the road corner to Ma-io- n yards to an oak on top of the hill it road leading from Stanton to Clay City Dawson ; thence N lti K SO poles to being Isaac Frit, and C corner; thence strikes said river at the corner, of F. tree corner to same ; thence a west course to a pine between H. Ii. M. llanmions farm; thence running Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for iviih his line I'lMS V 01.5 poles- to a Hudson and Isaac Fritz ; theii'-with with the center of said road, S. 38-- J6 women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. tune in the road cedar pointer corner the Ii. Ii. Hudson line to the river; E. 10 pole.s ; S. 72 E. 25 poles ; S. 50- -i Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains :o.Tames Vaughn, thence with hN line thence up said river Ui the pl:iii of be- E. 1? poles to a stake and black oak the great success which it lias had, during the past 50 years, i Ml K IS poles to a stake ; thence N' 151 pointers, corner to Lina Conleeand beginning, containing 00 acres. in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to JC 5 poles ing a corner to Sarah Forkner, which to the place where a gale No. 12. Also another tract in l'owell health and happiness. pot once stood ; thence X (!7.5 H L'l.lM county beginning at a stone at I lit; is now owned by Lina Coulee; thence If you are a woman, fee! tired, dull, and are nervous, S. I')., W. 10t poles to a beech, a formmles to a stake, thence Nil K 11.15 bend of the road near the meeting house cross and irritable, it's bc:auce you need a tonic. Why not pole to an elm tree on the bank of er cornerto John A. Hose's place; thence a straight line est to P.enj. try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, rcs.ores, and" acts i,iui.eri-..(- l Creek, corner to t.a id Hud-so- u Hudson line to a stone at T. A. Ogden thence S. 41) E. 20 poles to a hickory in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test ; thence witli hi line with the a forniercornertoJack Morton's place ; line, tuence Willi ugf.cn s line to a it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. of Miitl creek S aS.fl K 10 poles, S. 85 E. 12 poles to two mapels, stone at a white oak tree thence up the thence Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. On'tanoora Medicine Co., Chattancoja. Tenn., m. .SO li It) poles. S :t7.5 K L'O poles; corner to the Howling place; thence book, " Heme Treatment lor Women," tent free. J So hill with OgdeiiV line to a stone on the for Special instructions, and ; hence S. 12 K 11.21 poies with the line of the. Bowling farm a a corner to ridge with John Sea'a line, thence with Daw-o- il ; thence with his line S (11 W the Sea line to a pine tree in the Fritz northernly direction, 183 'poles to a II gum ; thenco N. 20 E. 30 poles to Ked poles ; thence N 88.5 W 27 poles ; line, thence with the Fritz line to a thence (52.5 V 18 poles to a stake in the Kiver; thence down' the River with its white oak at the public road, thencn meanders to the beginning, iork of branch ; thence up the branch ; containing with the rond to a stone at Snow creek 130 acres more or less. thence S. 11.5 V 23 poles, S J) V 20 thence witli the creek to the road at The amounts to be paid by this sale pules to a stone corner to Shell Klkins; the crossing of the creek, thence with are as follows, to wit: ilieme with their line to the road; the road to the beginning, with a res- Amount of debt and interest to hence with the mud to the lieginuiug ervation of one acre which belongs to day of sale sjej.jo 80 oulailiing 11) acres of laud being the the Snow Creek church and grave yard Cost of original action, 0 20 s.iine hind tlmt J. ll. Crowe purchased the whole tract containing about 100 lost or tins action, 45 85 or C. K. Klkins. ... acre !. Master Commissioner's fee, 23 00 'TV-..- -! ft No :alsoauothertract iuClarkCounty, No. 13. Also another tract of land Printer's fee, 12 00 begiuuingat a stone cornerto lludson's in Powell Now la the lima (. ?""r county known as the T. A. lu the JlAiirrnON" J u cetKl t!i!-- ,1 a, frtnntm tty llnV r" Total, . lire and running a straight line to a Ogden tract lying on the waters of l!ed un.nl H'lt rtfn' w 1844 85 ' Enrinu.' cit on i.ttutSi.n.iea. IV- -tone corner in S. 1'. Kerr's corner to river beginning at a point immediateTerms of Sales- we caiiU'imn-u.'OiioReinembjr. when you buy. llijl tb" abs.--lute limit of dollar tor cleila.-- ivtnri is W , the Dowery ; thence with S. P. Kerr's ly on the bank of l!cd bale will be made on a credit of six ri,c-.- i iiS,', reached in cam soiling undor .,). h"9, J river near a walyou pay more, your returns uio not lu pro- - 2u,,' W 78 poles to a stone in the ine N months and thu purchaser will be rei.' and acMU!aKo Ut.llty nnrtfnn to your inveitmont. nut tree standing in the line, thence N. fra th mahatho.V. V 31 li.'t road ; thence with the same b wnen you Duy, Duy noi Bimpiy a car, 31.5 K 30.2 poles to a stone at the end quired to execute bond with good and service, tluy correct desiirn, acrur- but car it.g your3 for tuo asking, .iole to a stone; thence S33 W 18 poles of the ate construction and good materials, liuy And division fence, thence N. 18.5 K. sulllcient security for the purchase sound motor car value. Won't you ask for It ? to a -- take in the road; thence depart H0.fi price, payable to the Master Commispoles to a stone corner to I5onj. sioner ol the Lee Circuit Court, bearMARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car. Fore Door Touring ing from the road and running with Hudson W. OurtN and John Hudson, ing interest from date until paid at (jar. Standard Touring Car ana Roadster, and Torpedo 74 K 112.48 and Cotman's line S N 41) K. CO poles to a white oak the rate of six per cent, per annum Roadster. Prices from $1,500 to $1,700. thenco oh-to a stone corner at the begin-nliit- r, thence S. 41 K. 47 poles w ill be retained on the hind ton stake. and a lien SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tenn. containing 31 acres. thence S. (515 W. 50 poles to a stake, sold to secure payment of said bond thence S, 87.5 W. 0.44 poles to a stake, Didders will be prepared to comply No. 4 also a tract of land in l'owell thence N. 84.5 W. 40 88 poles to county coutaiuingabout III acre on the thence S. (5(5.5 W. 13.18 poles aS.stake promptly with these conditions. 2 E, liiven. i loitlieast end of a survey of S. .1. Hood llltfc C ,io.i 1.. II. PC tJ .i 1.1 ...I poies Si. ,!,... ,.f under my hand this the 28th n. -iui.i r. i,, iu.rn SblrlfARY OF L. & E. TlryiE T6LE. J"lj JW1 10 25 K. 10 72 poles to a stake on the beginning at a stone on the southwest l. J. K. Doberts. EtlVctive May 28, 1!H 1. hank or Kelt river, thence down the nunk of Snow creek corner to David Master Com'r Lee Circuit Court, same S. 57 W. (I poles S. 0,5 W. 30.28 N 4.73 12 IS. 8 poles to Is, a stone poles S. 2 Turner No. 3. No. 2, No. No. 1, W.43 poles S. 0.5 W 11.2 Statumx. iiiitwecnliuckeyiwiwl hickory and forks poles S. 21.5 W. (1.41 poles S. 55. W. (t Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily Commissioner's of branch, corner to said Til rner ; thence poles S. S' V. 31 poles N. 83.25 W. 7 poles N. 73 W. 10 48 poles N. 05.25 W. 0 N V 57.35 poles to a large poplar tree poles N. 58 W. 11 poles N. 44 W. 8.f8 J'owell Circuit Court. P. M. P. M. A. M. A. M. ............ . X l :.l iniii-i i it in rum '!j in hit, .1 12 noles N. 1(1.5 V. S) poles 'i. i poles to a dog woouauugiim stump poles 13.0 5 :35 . fl.O poles to the bef,'in-niii8 :50 IttW Lexington, 7:0 !J. V. Lyle's Admr., riaintilTs foiitniuiiiK Sr aeres. orner; thence N. 23.75 W tl.4K to said 4:50 8:05 2:17 AMiichcster, S:0i versus ""' another tract ir bind' Turner; thenee to a stone and' hickory L. & E. .Iiinction, 7:51 4:37 8:18 N,;",1 0. W. Lyle's heirs Defendants. pointer : thenee N KLW. 1 mil.. E SSJ1 1" ' IT! "..r",""?:. 'i1".'" - V 7 :37 4 :2ii S:;i2 3:4! Indian Fields, k V,,tl,.,. ,,f U iiumii lirUIICJl ill -- v '".MiimiiH ....... . pole to K, a htone thence S 27 10 15.1 !.. IV. ..1. . I!... (l ."" 3: or. 8 :o0 ' 4:05 7:10 -t nd order of a:15 Dole to C a stone; thence 13 K 0 3:56 7:10 AW 3 K. M Stanton, 0:00 ' l'owell Circuit Court cnter- - 8:iil 3 :51 pololo II, a htone ; thenee S I. i W4U.K Tii poles to n white oak ami dot; wood. 7 :05 li:(5 Kosolyn. eO E. 21 l"U In tno aoovo stvled cause. I will on (i :5! ole in a htone corner at the mouth of uiin.Miiis enrner. tlienee 3 :4f 3:28 j Fileon, :is i!!llrl'''l.f'lkS,,l!,',ul'.X,,l't!1';.-1'M,,,ltl!,3' the 1th day ot Hept, 1011, 3 :47 !i :27 fi :43 3 :30 he Ciunpton .1 miction, inn on thj' North Hank of .Snow -or ;, poes N. 7( V. ... 1 " , ,,,, ' C :40 tereabtit. 3 :25 Uivuk ; thence down hiiid creek 1!,7") W Iiolestoa ei.estni.t oak. thenee with " 3 :52 it :32 Natural Bridge, ' "fl 1,!l )i t'll at public auc-di- r. 4 :U4 line now lCverman's line S.i:i .'."i.:t pules to the bcf,'lnn!iiK-S- i (1:2.) 9 :44 3:12 Torrent, 21 mill. W. 00 lion to the hlchest Hid best the 0:03 Benttyvillp Jet, 10:04 2:51 '. Another tract bounded as nitiK eonta uliit: one poles to the beL'ln- - old homo farm of said Ci. W.bldber Sr., hundred acres. Lyle. S : 1 li l :57 5 :10 10:57 (.'orner on the County road 0. & K. .1 unction, I.: property will lie sold In parcel to adiolnliiK the lands of I. T. Hams' heirs ' 1 :50 5 :05 .Tuckson, 5:M 11:05 ii Snow Creek on the Xorlh.side (d suit purchaser and as a whole, the bid Butl Hush. I). It. Dunlel, .lelf Wright 11 :W 1:25 .. 'iiiuiiiiK with Mild fence In line or bids being to the estate the greatest Quicksand, uaniei, Jr., and containin amount will be accepted. l'ureliMser '""'i--tWth line of Janice Wood ; thenee with will lie CONNKCTIONS. will bo mndo kIvu bond, with about 220 rild fence to a Hue of Win. Martin to npproveil reipiired to foi tho navilient jhi a ereillt.ueres. This sale miii! ..Ii.litn.m i.eciirlty. nf Iv LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will ninke connection at Lexington with l milium ., .. . .. tlienee witli hiiid roml anil of the liurc base monev. to have tln ne.ng requtreu thu L. Si, N. for Louisville, Kv. No. 3 will make connection Ut-- k to the beginning, con.ainin,: four force and effect of it Iteplovin Hond. with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. ;beining legal interet from the day to execute bond with approved securl- r) ot sine, acconiiuu to niw. ly uuu naviug tne torce anil eirect or a CA.MPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 anil 4, will make eon t l'ovvi-l- l 'o. it. Anntlii'i' Irm-in HhMers will be prepared to comply replevin bond. Any one desiring t,o nectinn witti Mountain Central Hallway to ami from Ciunpton. l v un tin. uati-rrof Simw iniil ullli icriili). A lii'li will I'm re- inspect tne property will call on or 'iimli-i- l 1IKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trainn Nos. 1, 2 anil 3 will make con ni fiiliimn ; On tilt Kiift liy tiiliit il on tlialand m Id till till the eoiiiiiiunloato with L, C. Lyle, Valiums nioiicy in pnM. nection witli tne L. & A. Knlwny lor Ueattyvllle. on tin- - Norlli '.I'd of. I. I'. Cui-iHond iniyiililc m Muster CoininU-hIoiu- t. Mill.Ky.,orM. lt'Lyle, Stanton, Ky. . .n til" Mill. Iliidjiin, v( lV K. JUNCTION: un tinfruha Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make, connec Wltnt-my hand" thin 1.1th duy id 'Inn in hix, twelve and eiuli. tion willi Ohio it Kentucky Hallway for C nnel City, Ky. ait I 4llll H,V U.l' l.lllli 1)1, ll'J MlimUfli ,.,., M,,,...!. Auyukt. ;011. ;iilnii iln Wi'ni liyllii' fuijiilv nmil 0. &'K 'latinos. I. T. Stokh-UOJIULUS JAOKSON, ; ' .ii'iitt all ui lit) Mauler Cnin'r f Murl: County OIIAS. SCO'lT, OenM Pamenper Aent. ill Jagter Uiinrr. H.-J- Commissioner's BLACK- - T S i". -1 . t: SWIFT & , .. My Doctor Said . - 7-- to-wi- t: -- I 3 jf The JIOI! Hi WoiTJTsTQ nic TAKES -- 1 -2 me-umi- ei Not Simply a I . ...,, . 7-- ff iis - . . I Knst-Boun- Wept-iJoutu- Sale. iiii-iic- .. K l; Zmtb Jl J- clay city, . 8"'f J , . I - Vwr f lilt-in- ist' 4 1 - ai'i-m- .