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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 7, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911090701_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.): September 7, 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 1CITY TIMES. 31.00 a Ycnr in Advanu. We are here to help Clay Cityihe SnrroonJing Conntrr and Oqrselves t g.HTe.mogr 7. a .1. r. Burnhcr, Publisher vrL- xvrr- - PLAT PITY, KY., TjHURSDAY n. SEFTEMBRE short rest will be these teachers. If)ll. NO. 3D Notice of Tim n - . ..i nf the survivors of. i iiu r ui s oi mis cirv in . . . f Iw. tTl.rl. 1. L'nnhubi. ,r. I.r.1,1 ill ..iu uipniii ivuiiiui.nr in ur mii" run ven iliill lllfsoav lll'llr Irvine, Ky., Sept. 23rd, (the 50th u harmonious session, John anniversary of the organization nan waR nii)dc chiiinnnn of the regiment) is designed to ,) j. k. Unrulier secretary. H. bring together the survivors f ,0. Wuldmii wim nominated for this famous regiment. After the Mayor, I.uther Loving, for Police lapse of so many years there ure, ' Judge, C. Shimfessel, 1. B. Kirk, possibly, not more than J0 sur .;. n Volmer. J. (i Kuster T P vivoM, and manv of these are too Mounts: and S. 0. Ringo for tar away to attend, many are in The best of foelin:: prefeeble health or weighted down vailed throughout the convenwith years, and may not be pres- tion and harmony was the watchent, but it is expected that all word. w ho can will meet on this occaEach of the candidates are sion, probably the lust time they worthy gentlemen and men who will ever get together in a will do what they think is for way. However, it is expect- the best interest of the city. The ed that all old soldiers, whether Times can iudorsn every one of they wore the blue or he gray the candidates and will do w hat will attend, and they are earn- it can to see them elected. estly invited to be present thut. row Drumming. the occasion may be as happy as J R. lute, eistw Idle editor of possible. cr hi. whs in i he city The gallant old soldiers, of the Etiil horh sides of the war, are fast Saturday ulternoon, mid paid the p. losing away, and it is fitting Fillies otllce a pleasant en while thev should meet and minsrle yen's irwv wn down ti the hunk that . . together again and renew the '""Mng m amy uepn5u friendship Ihut were never large. d tfiijned by past differences, or Mr. Whin- hns recently by espousing the cause they felt ii popltlon willi Hlleti Bios. tfc Co., of Louv'lile, iis lrnve!llii; to lie right. w ho An invitation is extended to and culled on our everyone to come and enjoy the all know Mr. White. lie will pleasures of the day. Bring a .doubtless get the business here parbasket and do your ticularly on account of his acquainpart, toward entertaining the tanceship, us his house K recogniz . , . n es, w u o a re ra p i d y,,' passi n g. ee I ii-iiio- City Democratic Convention. 1 in-i- u ... ! . j conn-oilme- WinchesterjjiR planning a free tiip over the Ilr.t & E. road to that ' vUy' If it free to all 41 who would gri'landif the road can get cars tlroecnminodnte the crowd there will not be a square foot of vacnnKjflpaep on Winchester's sidewnjkl, and it will take a train a mile IfJhg to currv them. The amount Jof money on the crowd will noTjaverage ten cents a head and sortie dead beats will ... ... .1 wan, twenty mnes to get mat I ride. recreation to precinct in stid Powell County, l!)ll, for the purpose h(,yke A 1 . I Mr. n for-di- RogerWarmouth. Ike Ro$rs, of Etill conn- - j iiiMi I 11 mis cny vere niarricu ai Mountain Springs, Estill county, Saturday, September 2nd. It is the second venture of each of the parties. They! have returned to this city whore' thev will reside. :rv To Exhibit Machine. tiu. Kentucky, on the 30th day of Sept. of taking the sense of the" legal and qualified voters of said County as a unit, whether or not spiritous vinou- - and nutlt liquors shall be sold Inrteied or loaned in said Powell County, Kentucky. J. II. Hardwick, .1. P. C. C. State of Kentucky, appointment at the Christian County of Powell. chureh was filled bv Bro. McKw- 1, James Woolery, Clerk of the The attend-fre- e eil) of Winchester. County Court in and for the Counance at both Sunday school and ty and State aforesaid certify that Iroiit:hi - services were good. the foregoing is a trur and correct " copy as it appears of record in my 0rder f Loca, option Election. Messrs. Norval Lyle and Thos. Shiififeesel, who have been visiting their parents for a short time left Monday evenini; for Texas. Our best wishes and kindest regards go with them Bro. Lowry being engaged else where in a revival Sunday the K vujriiiiiie ;mooiuo,j . -- ..... . . 11 ac'-ept- t siiU-lli- an, ha f.l' citaie rair. mr. in n uniiams has the most complete w asher we ever saw. Ii to sell when he can place it on t ho market. i .... J. D. Williams will leave Saturday for LofdVille with his improved washine machine which he will exhibit next week a', the t. Blown up if a Powder Mill. X well-tille- d 1 . i Died in Strllouis, Mrs. Francis Mastin died in The St. Louis, Mo. last week. remains were brought here and "Fit for the Fray" buried Saturday at Powell's ValIs what is said ofonr ready-madley by l he side of her husband ,1. clothes for children. They stand F. Miiftiu who died two years and the wear and tear of child-lifago. Unlike the Children Themselves, do not run away when Hot or keep on taking ice a washed. A look through will con- little while and never inind vince you. Mrs. .1. V, Williams, 'about getting out the blankets Clay City, Ky. till the gooseboue says so. W. H. Elliott, Pres. V. 1) Hnuddur, Sec. Beau ford Jlay Arnold was blown up jnj). .powder mill at King's Mill Jpiiio August 28th. luitlUiD unit nicer iiii aju. irnvcn u 1la tve niiu. fi Imnn oln ftApMrm, Ar nold formerly lived in Powell l--l I A W I county near this city. Average Farm Value. e e I The average farm value per acre id' all field crops grown in 3910 in the United States wa approximately .$15.47, as just estimated by the Depi r men! o' Agriculture. This is a i'e'iwe of 0 per cent from last year, when the average was $1(5 4(1 an acre. We were incorrectly informed last week when we stated that Mrs. J. W. Duncan hud return-ther home in West Virginia. She is now at the Clay City Hotel and has not been so well tiii week. olllce. ur,Mer) vs. Given under my hand this 7th Powell County. day of August, 191 1. Petition from each and every votJus. W. Woolery, C. P. C. C ing precinct in Powell County buyUy W. ii. Fruzier. I). C ing been duly filed in this Court by NOTICE OF ELECTION. order of record on the 1st day of August, 1011, asking that an elec- In compliance with the above lion oe lieu in e.ien and every vot- - !ir.ler I will cause to be opened a ing pieeinct in Powell County on ljl0n in eneh of the vntlnupwiiu-tthe IlOlh day of Sept, 1011, for the j in potve,i county, Kentucky. Sep. purpose of Inking the sense of the. timber :()th. I'.tll between the legal and qualified voter in each hours of 0 and 4 o'clock to take the voting precinct in said county upon I' K'd ""'I qualified voters ot said the proposition whether or not sjiir-- county as to whether or not spiric-itouvinou or malt liquors shall lie vinous and in nit liquors shall be sold, burteied or loaned in said bartered sold or loaned in said Powell County, and this bc:ng the j county. T. C. Hull, Sheriff Powell county, Kentucky. first regab.r term of this Court after the term which said petitions do Right Ahead. were filed, and it further appearing Our wall paper sale is one of the to the satisfaction of theCourt that !,eJ1JL8aiij,etit'ons is signed bv big events of the season. We are more man iweiuy-nv- e per cent, ot Showing' tlie'beautiful thingo which the legal ami qualified voters of each earlier in the year commanded ii of saitt precincts in Powell County higher price and now only costs a Mccordiug to the vote of the 'list bout The reason is the Fall Stn.-k- . general election held in aid Conn ' The benefit is enjoyed by all. it i. thcretor. or.iered hy the ty, like to sell more paper to Court Unit P. C. Hull. nowSheiiff of l'ow-1- 1 (.omitv. KeiitucKv. niiHii morrow than any time tins week ihe polls ni each and every voting lr- - ' w- - Williams, Clay City, Ky 1 s, o'j i two-third- s, o I $ f' WALDRON & JOHNSON, I ?i i FIT and STYLE is WaStersville, Ky. We carry a full line of (.Jiiiieral what you get when you tho-bran- buy a Corset with of LORAINE cn it. J. R HuiHl. of Vuughn's Mill, will have a public sale of all his personal property Wednesday. September 20, and will soon after leave for Florida to teside. See hand bills for particular. Butler Stuart and family, of , aie visiting relatives in the eirv. Mullen, W. Vu S. J. Shimfessel, of Chirk is in the city today. .WMMIli Merchandise and pj4 p& are selling the goods to our large trade i$ and they tell us thev are We strive to please in every our lady customers way always supplying them with the best for the ey. mon- I Saving Money.! You can do the same thing. We have found it in the line of Corsets. la other lines of goods are leaders in Vaughn's Mil!. Misses Nettie and Bertha Todd Ze!la Sams and several of the young men of Spout Spring spent Sunday on Ilurdwick's creek. Morgan McKinney and Robert Henry and wife, of Winchester, visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday. A large gathering of young folks including those from Spout Spring spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Pete Wells. A good time wne If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, co inn roun i we Y imw day and give our place a STYLE, QUAIj-1T- look through and let us price you some of our goods. They wlllopen your eyestoan opportunity. and PRICE. want t!;e When you BEST at Reasonable Prices you know to go to Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live' In Clay City or near our store we w SHIMFESSEL'S. IV t enjoyed. Monday being'Labor Day but few of the rural schools were in session. It ia honed thut this ill "deliver the goods" THE TIMES. l'UBLISUJCD EVEUV Til U US DAY. .Subscription rates $1 :i year or three years in advance 82. .1. E. burgher, Publisher. second-clas- s Kntered os muil mntter. Thursday, .Sept. 1911. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates vitli the following papers at prices numbered. oelow mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al legislation.' Taft signed and urged the passage nf the Canadian Reciprocity bill which opens the Canadian farm products to. our market? without, any tariir. Congress also put seel the farmers' free list bill which removed the tariff on all farm implements, and the wool bill which greatly reduced the tax on manufactured woolen goods. Taft vetoed these bills and it could not be passed over this veto. This lias clearly proven Tnft to be the tool of, the manufacturers and an enemy of the farmer and an unfair man. verily, his presidential days are l'ayne-Aldric- The most important election in Powell county this fall will bo the local option election which comes up September 80th. This elelec-t ion should not bo lost sight of for any other purpose. We want the largest majority possible. 1 structor singing and teaching all hie In all business transactions and parts well. We hope to see a financially able to carry out any oh ligations made by his firm. good attendance at tins' school, Walding, Kinnim W holesalc Druggist-& O. How's This? is taken utrer One Hundred Dollars We Hull's Catarrh Cure Reward for any ease of Catarrh actjng ditecily upon the be cund by H.tllV Ca- blood and rnucons suif n es of the A Republican exchange says: that cannot Testitnot iuls sent ft". system. all the whiskey Republicans are tarrh Cure. Sold 'by nil F. .1. Cheney A C- -.. Toledo,. 0. Price Toe perb.-tile- . against O'Rear for Governor. have know n Diuggsts. We. the undesigned, We know several whiskey ReTake llallV Family Pills for eon publicans but have not heard of F. .1. Cheney for the last IB years, believe bint peifectly hnnnra stipatiou. and a one ot them being for , Toledo, Murvin, There seems to.fce disappoint incuts in citv politics as well as in county and Stale. " " ' " " " SPOUT SPRING. h tanll' When the $1.00 passed in 1900 President Taft 1.10 was Cincinnati Enquirer Mis Oorda Kirby is very low 90 defended that act in general with fever, Louisville Herald 75 terms as the ''best ever" but adHome and Farm Asa Todd vitHted.relatives near 1.00 Ii land Fanner mitted the tariir in the cotton Winchester a few days this week. 00 American Farmer .Southern Agriculturist 75 and woolen schedules and a few other items were ton high. Tin-las- t DEHOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator, OLLIE M. JAMES, of Crittenden county. For Governor .TAS. oT MrOKKAUY, Miulisnn county. 1$. For Lieutenant Governor E. J. McDEKMOTT, of Jefferson county. For Attorney General JAMES GA ItNETT, of Adair county. For Auditor UEXUY M. BOSWOliTII, of Fayette county. For Treasurer THOS. S. KI1ICA, of Logan county. Congress which was controlland Insured by Democrats gents, passed a bill reducing duties on woolen goods w' icli Pres. idunt Taft had previously admitNotwithted were too hiyli. lie standing this admission "d this hi1' when it promptly was presented 1or his simoit urc which would have made a mate-ria- l reduction in raw wool and also manufactured woolen goods and thereby greatly lessened the Mrs. Slollie Dawson nnd three children, of Winchester, are vis- THE iting relatives at this place. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Wirsinnn of Clark county, are visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Marion of 'Lexington, are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. McKinney. McKin-nevever. , Ca sh Grocery Handles every thing in Groceries for Cash and in iLxc hange 11 if burden resting ::n the consuming public in general and "Uncle Sam's poor" in particular. . For Secretary of State C. F. CltECELIUS, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian county. For Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals HOBEKT L. (tKEENE, of Bracken county. McCrearys speech at Bowling Green Mondav was one of the best we ever read. It gave away facts that will not be denied. It proved up the Republicans in power us a most extravagant set, besides being a band of deceivers. Since Judge O'Rear has, in his platform, indorsed those now in power "he may expect to be held jointly accountable for Douglas Crow is lying at the point of death with typhoid His brother, Milt Crow is also down with typhoid. Mrs. Ileatha Crow is also suffering from the same disease. Prof. H. F. Ohristophei a class in vocal music at the School house September 6th. Prof. Christopher is a fine in- be-gi- KB for Produce. ii 'firm .J". their conduct. The Prohibitoiiisrs have decided to hold their national convention in December of this year to nomiiiato candidates for Presi to be dent and voted for next year. Guess they plan to be in time so as to allow Vice-Preside- i ou iNee the Services of The sympathy extended old Rebel soldiers in former cam er "put up or shut up". pains by the Republican papers In a speech at Lexington a few is conspicuously missing this days befoie the Republican con- year. The sympathy is now for vention at Louisville which nom- the yuung men. inated O'Rear for Governor in Lower Taxes speaking of the lobbyists which he contended were working things would lie a most dWrnhle change, at Frankfort said: "These lob- but lice that Seems to lie out of pifition just now, the best byists not only bribe members of th the Legislature to protect their thing to do is io save tax money by interests, but elect United States making your purchases at Williams Two Stores. ' Senators, and decide elections. them in They have elected Kentucky as well as in Illinois, Ohio, West Virginia and Colo, Illinois is not the only rude. A PLEASURE State that has a Legislative jack-- . With "1892" Pure Akmiaui Wue -i There has been a gaeat deal of talk about the corrupt way in which Bardley was elected to the United States Senate. Judge O'Rear has taken the stump at ijiis late hour in his defense, and oas (tailed upon the people who are making these charges to produce the proof of their chargo and further says they must eith- J. W. Willi ams miuuu MTU .ft ill strife mid enmity that maybe engendered in making the nomination to die away, and harmony prevail in the party. a clean, Strong, gressive bank. need your fri ndship and your business. it now! Can't we g e t together fj:,ox;r Do - PROUD OF HER CAKES, CLAY G1TY 11 COOKING NATIONAL BANK. Mfg'd I cuti.-t'aeto- lliead and pies the woman is win. bus niiide them from Iloet: Mills' in bread ur cake Saeces nir. hakim: is nlwas sure to follow-wiyou ue this hit!) mde nun Hour, sold everywheie. pot." The people of Kentucky will if O'Rear will now take his own advice and either' "Pi'.t up or shut up", It's up to him. The Republican party in i's pint foi in in 11)08 declared for a revision of the tarill' downwind. The party was again placed in pnuer with Taft as President. He culled mi extra session of Congress and tie tarill' wu raised. As a result the Democrats in 1910 eleeled a tiiaj.it i ty in the House ami enough Republican oMig"o were created in the Senate to earn out so'ne i BU1NED FOOD NO SniUtC-N- O No enamel to chin off into the food. 81 times lighter than any other. Each utensil made from one piece of solid "1892" PURE Aluminum no seams no cracks absolatelv clean and sani tary. Nature's metal, requiring no artificial coating or enameling. Via) mt OM- - Iouth jot UdiUJs. Wk srilsirr care wlUbtt 23 jtvu by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Very Serious It Is a very serlour matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge yott'ia buying to be careful to get tho parnilnti Myirs Patent Mop Wringer J la the only machine ever Invented that clean a mop thoroughly. It. not only takes out the dirt and leaves tho mop clean, but It wrlii?jlt mi dry that there is hardly any moisture left In tho mop. Tho floor Is never left streaked, as you aroalways using a clean mop. Tho machine is very simple to oeratoutnl requires no skill, ns anybody can use it. man. woman or child. It U a laLor isavcr, as one person will do tlm work quicker and hotter than tlireo with any other device known. Tho pall sets on tho platform and Is not attached to the machine and can be moved at any time. It is always ready for use and there are no parts to get out of order. A trial of our machine will convince you that its work is perfect We have yet to find a alsutkfted oustwaer. If joor dsaUr does not bsadU tUs Hop Wdacr,wrlto direct to ns. This Mop Wringer will wringnd Noae FU1E lUs MALT1K BLAck-'gH- T Liver Mcdlclme The reputation of tUa old, :Ua- blc medicine, for constipation, In. digestion anduver trouble, is ly established. It does, not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or It would not be tho fa- vorue liver povuer, wkb a larger 0 ua!e than all oOvrr combined. EOJD HI C10SS. UaUtoait ALWAYS. TBfl aa4 eeavtoU Mb aew ea oktUtkn at it T. J. KIRK. TOW' MYERS WMMER Mi MmwC rt Mthiwki IL Yi r THE AN ALL llO.MK-MAD- TIMES. E PA KR LOOAL THURSDAY BREVITIES. Sept. 7, 1011. Monday was Labor Day itwl .viiis observed by the schools nf the county, postoH'ce. and li nik. Mrs. .1. H. Dawson and chil- dren, of Winchester, spent Tuesday night with relatives in the city. J. H. Burgher who has been confined to his room for the past three weeks with malarial fever, is slowly improving. We'll Show You. doubt the goods you ought to buy. we want to show yoi. Jf you have any d.itibt about the place to go, we'd like to tell yon several things about Methodist August 31st to Chas. Flinchuni our line. Full quality, great vathe Rev. A. P. Jones of and u ife a son. All we say is riety, low cost. hacked by whnt we do. No .Need to Stop Work. The City (Jouncil was in reguWilliams' Two Stores, When your doctor orders you to lar session Friday night. The Clay City, Kv bridge question was discussed stop work, it staggers you. "I fuYou know you can't" vou say. but finally postponed to some and failing in LFRUIT are weak, ture time. and SHADE j health, day by day, but you inus-- t .lodge L. W. Bothur.im, of work as long as vou ei.n stand. Rockcatle county, Republican What you wed is Electric Hitlers candidate for State Auditor to give tone, stli'llgtll. and vigor to PLANTS. STIlAWnKRRY spoke at Stanton Monday in the your system, to prevent hieakdown Asparagus, Blackberries, jj interest of the ticket. and build you up. Don't b.- weak, Raspberries, Roses, llhu- or ailing when Electrin HitMike Wilson, t.f Montgomery ; barb, etc. county, was here yesterday ami ters will Iteuelit you fnun tile fiit Write' for free catalogue. ) head of nice dose. Thousands Mess them for had twenty-seveWe have no agents. steers their glorious health and strength. yearling and which he had bought from differ- Try them. Every bottle is guaranH. F. Hillenmeyer i teed to satisfy, ui.ly jOo atSwann-Daent persons at 4 cents. Co 's, st oe. Lumber Sons, We deny the churire of being KY. LEXISGTON, behind because we forgot 4to If you want change the date and number of to see yoiiri the paper-- , last week, leavinn the dollars niMgnf-fdate of the week before unehani:-d- . and increase Krrors will i.ccasiniially oc pend as you CAPITAL STOOIC, tflOO.OOO The outlook for corn crops is improved much more than exDr. Martin reports the birth of pected since the rain. Late fluids a son to Mr. and Mrs. Hack Kirk uiood yields. will now make August HOrli. Pastor Fryman is in the midst To Mr. and Mrs. Will Smetli-er- , of a protracted meeting at the September 5)rd, a girl. church being aided by Dog days have come to an end Fine rains continue to fall. Every and rain is abundant. thing looks prosperous. Even the Fall grass is very promising on corn crops eeom to be much more this account. promising, though it was thought Forced to Leave Home. to bo too late for them to be benefitted by the rains. Every year alargo number of poor euffereis, whose lungs are sore A Dreadful Sight .1. IJuriium, of h'reevllle. V. and racked with coughs, are urged to II. Bui Y. , was the fever-sorthat had to go to another climate. plagued his life for years in spite this is costly and not always sure. Let Dr. At There's a, better way. of innny remedies he tried. last lie used Bucklen's Arnica Salve King's New Dimovery care you at and wrote: "It has entirely healed home. "It cared me of lung trouwith scarcely a sc:ir left." Heals ble," writes W. R. Nelson, of CalRuins, Boils. Eezema, Cuts, Bruis- amine. Ark., "when all else failed es. Swellings. Corns tuirl Piles like and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its surely th king of all cough magic. Only 2.)U at S and luilg cures." Thousands owe Lumber Co.'s stoie. their lives itnd health to it. It's BISTHS. positively guaranteed for Coughs, Mr. and Mrs. Lee McPhersnn, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma. Croup of the county, are the parents of all I'hroai and Lung troubles. 50c and 61 Trial bottle free atSwann-Daa new daughter born, September Lumber Co.'s store.. 4th. e aim-Day y Aids Nature The great luccest of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medictl Discovery in curing weak stomachi, wasted bodies, weak lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on the recognition of tho fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Dbcovery" supplies Nature with muc!c-r.ia::ir.materials, in condensed and conccr.tratwd (orir.. Vitli 1'ii.i help Nature supplies tho nccc'.sr.rRtrcrtitli (" tlio stunincli to digest food, build up the hoi'y rrd thatiby tlirow cifT lingering obstinate cousin. T!.o "Uiicovcry" the digestive and nufriti': orrns in crund iioclth, purifies and enriches L'ciH, and nourishes the nerves in snort establishes sound v. parous health. body-buildintissue-rcpairinr- t, i; t!-- e your dealer offer cocicthlii "last as iood," pays better. It la probably Ldtcr FOtt But you arc thlnUIni of tho cure not the profit, bo there's nothing "lust cs Hood" for you. Say to. lllHlt Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Medicine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised Edition, paper-bounsent for 21 one-cestamps, to cover cost of moiling only. Cloth-boun31 stamps. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. If you have any Buy I : I Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and Cultivators FROM- run-dow- n TREES. - Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadwa)', sii-kt- n two-year-id- d v Winchester, - Ky. 2j v cur. them, why , , (e HUKl'liUSA.SUU.N- - Sam Watkins was sent to the penitentiary for life by the Powell Circuit Cout'at Stanton last week for the killing of Louis Napper in Breathitt county lust 'August. The killing was occasioned by the election of school spend t h m here. We'll give yon ih timst for them; we are sure of this you need only try it once and you'll Insure, too. William' Cash (irocery, TUB U Sj 5 ;3 -- WlNCHKSTER BANK, UV WlNCIIOTEK, ICY. I; CLEARANCE HARDW5CK If you an' intfif-ti- 'l i ClayCltv. Kv. t trustee. Kid. A. Kaster vas called hmn from Marble rdjhere he wa N. ltor.i.v WiTiiKiiMiMoN. Piikh. . li. Sl'IIAH, Oahoikii. j K YOLTK ACCOUNTS HOL.ICITKD H holding n with .k . protracted mc-tin.- .: Elder. I. T. A.lams lust to preach the .funeral of the la f entrance he did on Saturday at Powell's Valley, after winch her remains were buried blithe side of her husband in jhe presence of u hrnu coiiicjgAtion of friends and relatives. Of the widow Ma st in which J.P.HAUPPIN, Watchmaker Jeweler. THE HOOSIER SPECIAL. All Kinds of Watch and Clock and CO. Opens Campaign. in sivinix nioni'y. taki' tilviint;ii: of tliis Mile. Our lus will he your jrnin. The folio" lug lint' willi.'.. i'i llii- - m.'e : .Men'f inul ISovV Clotliinu, WonienV gooils, nil Sum-ine- r Mis-i- ' hihU 'liililtvn's lmv eiit .Slmen, .Millin.-r- Pa: SAVES MILES OF STEPS The Democratic State camFOR TIRED FEET paign uns opened at Bowling Monday by the Hon. J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., Green James P. McOrary, the party's is Agent for Powell county for nominee for (.lovei nor. Mr. the above moil complete was greeted by a large cabinet ever offered nuilieiiceaml he sfild it was one of Ins biggest political demon-stru- t the public. ions lie linil witnessed in his I Mn's and IJ ys' lint, Women's and Mises' Tile follmvilli: will Nickwenr. Seillt: MiU'llMliS, ite.. &r. Dress (IiiimIm, Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACLine of TION GUARANTEED. rive you uu idea of tlio jiriees we will mnke in this sale: MEN'S $21.00 suits for 18.00 suits for 16.50 suits for suits for 84. .U. suits for $ t '2". S.0U .00 SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for suits for Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. the Red $ KENTUCKY. $14.00 12.00 11.00 $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for Call and see me in River Hotel Building;, 4.50 'it. V-r political career. Uiiiidredscamo from adjoining counties to greet tlto grind obi o'l iiploa of truej J l: Not a Woid of Scandal marred the call of u neighbor on Mrs. W. f. Spangh. of .ManVille, Full Stock in Store. Boys' Suits as Follows: for .'i.00. $4 50 suits for 'i .'( 2.2ft Women's low out shoes as fol ones ut II 00. 11.50 onee lit '2.fl0. 83.00 ones at 'l.'lb. : lows 'i 50 ones at 1.75. In the cheaper urade of low outs forW'ouien, Misa- iid Clnltiren the iiieearet!Ut the same per eent. $80.00 Sewing Mneltiiii s at 22..Ml. 825.00 Sewini" Machines at 817.50. If you arc ill need of a buggy, it will pay you to see our line We are ami j"t our priees, for we can save you money on them. both Fish Hros. and Mitchell wagons, and can sole au"uts for you inony on them. nUo f5.0()-iiit- s Milt.- - lor 1.10 bliie Democraiv:i - Ji t ' MillikanBusinessSchopl Lexington, Ky. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. .t P. Wyo,. who Mijil: 'Vlie toll' lile King's New Life 1'ilis had cured This sfimol luls turned out hunher of (ilKiinnte kidiey trouble, dreds of men am women who and made hei feel like a new wo are successes. It will make man." Easy, but sure remedy for a success of you. stomach, liver and kidm-- troubles. Lumber Onlj iac at Swann-DaWiite for Catalogue. v y lr Electric Bltt ers In nervous" prostration and female weaknesses 'tAey are' 'the supreme remedy, aa'tatcMaudo havo testified. Snccf4 Wtifk veryUilhof elfO fails. .h Co 's More. 3 IBiasBBBaTaaaW6cijsJBaasas it la the fccat. medicine ever sold over a Orug gist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. ccutrszrcoi t ( Powell county on Snow creek nnd bo THE DRY FALL OUTING TO Clark Circuit Court. ginningat agate at the county road on the stone corner to the Watts' Dowery . 0. Hudson's Administra Plaintiffs thence a straight line N. East to tor. point where it strikes B. S. Snowden versus x. B. Hudson's Heirs, Defendants and Dock Niblack ; thenco a westerly direction to a stono ; thence n south Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtue of a judgment and order of course to the county road ; thence witl: k tie of (lie ClarkCircuit Court, render said road to the beginning, containing ' J at the April Term, 1011, thereof, in nbout 65 acres. i 11? above cause, No. 8. Also another tract in Clark the undersigned will -l the 28th day of September, 1011, at county on the waters of Lulbegrud l o VIoek A. M. or thereabouts on the creek and binding the road nt the road AndallwayStations i remises near Log Lick, Clark Coun forks; thence down the Vienna road 18 Regular Train 8:40 a. m. i.., Kentucky, proceed to offer for sale and running with said road to S. 1 t Public Auction to the highest bid Kerrs line ; thenco back witli the old i ' on a credit of six (0) twelve (12 road to the beginning, containing 1 1 This includes your board and admission to 'id eighteen (18) months, the proper acres. Hotel only $6.50. All Expences i it mentioned in the Judgment, No. 0. Also another tract beginning One evening for a promenade or dance. the several routes in the Cave. No. 1. Situated on the waters of Red uta hickory tree in 8. B. Kerr's line in iver beginning ut a stone corner to tho Lilly road ; thence with said Kerr's OUTING. Write or phone L. & N. Ticket Agt. A GRAND THREE-DAY- S in. I.oweiy in the middle of the road lino in a western direction to the road t lence departing from said road witl on branch ubove Vienna school bouse owery's line, S. 04.25 W, 39.4 poles thence with the Irvine and Winches I'll stone near spring; thence witl terroadto the intersection of Lilly's i owery's line X. 4010 V. 32.28 poles to ferry road thence with said road to the HE stone in the Vienna road ; thence beginning containing 14 acres. ilnwn the same binding on the center No. 10. Also another tract of land 87.5 W. 9 0 poles; thence S 03 W in Powell county beginning at a pine poles to a stake to the school house tree on the ridge and running west to lot; thence with the line of same S. 79 the Hudson line; thence S. E. with the 11.48 poles to a stone in the road Hudson line to the public ruad ; thence i hence with the same S. 33 W. 5.56 with said road E to a white oak at the 78 Hudson corner thence with J. P. Cur lols to a stone; thence 3. i oles to a Mtoiitt in the line of Dowery Uses line to the beginning containing hence with the Dowery line 8. to i 30 acres more or less and known as the mne to Cotman's line ; thence S. 74 E Greeley Snowden tract. ItisMS poles to a stake corner to Hen No. 11. Also another tract in Powell Uiitbin, Ti, thenre X 47.5 E. 01 poles eomuy on the waters of Bed Kiver be to a stone in the road ; thence with the ginningat an elm tree on the bank of i ind as it meanders to the beginning Red Kiver near a branch ; thence mtaining 75 acres. straight line to a stone at the Sulphur No. 2. Beginning at a stone on the gap; thence a N. W. course about 250 to cage or side of the road corner to Ma yards to an onk on top of the hill it ion Dawson ; thence N 16 E 30 poles to being Isaac Fritz and C corner; thence m a poplar tree corner to same ; thence i west course to a pine between B. 1 i l itli his line 22.48 V 01.5 poles to Hudson und Isaac Fritz ; thence with in the road cedar pointer corner the B. B. Hudson line to the river i j James Vaughn, thence with his line thenco up said river to the place of be m 80 E 18 poles to a stake ; thence N 64 ginning, containing 60 acres. m " 5 poles to the place where a gate No. 12. Also another tract in Powell t oat once stood ; thence N 07.5 E 21.24 county beginning at a stone at the f oles to a stake, thence N 71 E 11.6 bend of the road near the meeting house poleo to an elm tree on the bank of thence a straight line east to Benj i.ulberud Creek, corner to said Hud Hudson line to a stone ut T. A. Ogden son ; thence with his line with the me line, thenco with Ogden's line to iinders of said creek S 38.5 E 10 poles, stono at a white oak tree thence up the 30 E10 poles, S 37.5 E 20 poles; hill with Ogden's line to a stone on the thence S. 12 E 11.24 poles a corner to ridge with John Sea's line, thence with Dawson ; thence with his line S 61 IV the Sea lino to a pine tree in the Fritz (4 poles; thence N 88.5 W 27 poles; line, thence with the Fritz line to a thence 62.5 w 18 poles to a stake in the white oak at tho public road, thence Something is beginning to t.irk of branch ; thence up the branch ; with tho road to a stone at Snow creek i hence S. 11.5 W 23 poles, S v:0 W 20 make a noise like a split in the thenco with the creek to the road at lioles to a stone corner to Shelt Elkins ; the crossing of the creek, thenco with national Republican party. thence with their line to the road the road to the beginning, with a res ihencu with the road to the beginning ervation Representative Berger, of Wis of one acre which belongs to ontaining 19 acres of land being the Snow Creek church and grave yard cousin, declares that we shal the name land thnt J. B. Crowe purchased the whole tract containing about 100 lave old age pensions in this f O. H. Elkins. acres. cou utry within five years, and a No 3 also another tract inClarkCounty. No. 13. Also another tract of land uew Constitution within ten. Mr beginning at a stone corner to Hudson's n Powell county known as the T. A Now i3 the time of year Trben yon' re beIn the MA11ATIION yon Efct rJl this. Berger believes what he desires line and running a straight line to ginning to think of the car you inttnd Ogden tract lying on the waters of Ked But don't nccejit oarmerottatomuat. Fur buying. htone corner in S. P. Kerr's corner to river beginning at a point immediate to believe. Remember, when you buy, that the abso- we cau convince yo j ut iu iriuii. lute limit of dollar for dollar return is We bare a catalogue wblch drocrilijs, in ho Dowery ; thence with S. P. Kerr's ly on the bank of Red river near a wal . i. reached in cars selling under 13,000. When t. ....a.t..i Grass for Rent. une N 74 W 78 poles to a stone in the nut tree standing in tho you pay more, your returns ate not iu pro- .i.tt finish and dependable utility that character- lino, thence N portion to your investment. .oad ; thence with the same S 33 W 34 34.5 E. 36.2 poles to a UO me MAHAillUtV. Boundary of 200 acres splendid you buy, buy not simply a cur, When stono at the end but car service. Buy correct design, accurAnd It's yours for the asking-- . i oles to a stone ; thence S 33 W 18 poles of the division fence, thence N. 18.5 E bluegrass, would like to have 50 ate construction and good materials. Uuy to u stake in the road; thence depart 99.5 poles to a stone Won't you ask for Ut sound motor car value. corner to Benj head of young stock to graze by tho ing from the road and running with A Hudson W. Curtis and John Hudson. MAKATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring G. B. Martin, month. Car. Standard Touring Car ana Koaaaler, ana Torpcao dams and Cotman's line S 74 E 112.48 thenco N. 49 E. 69 poles to a white oak Roadster. Prices from S1.300 to 1,700. tog Lick, Ky. loles to a stone corner at the begin thence S. 41 E. 47 poles to a stake, SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tcnn. S. 66 W. 56 poles to a stake, i ing, containing 34 acres. thenco No. 4 also a tract of land in Powell thence S. 87.5 W. 6.44 poles to a stake, Shingles for Sale. thenco N. 84.5 W. 40 88 poles to county containing about 10 acres on the tnenco a. eu.o w. J3.18 poles a stake Black oak and pine at 82.50 and S. 2 E ortheast end of a survey of S. J. Hood 1015 S. 13.5 E. 10.88 S. 5 E. 21 poles S 2.25 per thousand at mill. SlJpWRY OF L. & E. TiyiE TflBLE. 10 25 E. 10.72 poles to a stake on tho beginning at a stone on the southwest Davis fc Burgher, West-Bounbank of Red river, thenco down tlm Etfective May 28, 1911. bank of Snow creek corner to David same S. 57 W. 0 poles S. 0.5 W. 39.28 Vaughn's Mill, Ky 4!75 E 18.8 poles to B, a stone Turner N poles S. 2 W. 43 poles S. 0.5 W 11 No. 2, No. 4, No. No. 1, between buckeye and hickory and forks poles o. 24.5 W. 0.44 no es S. 55. W. n Stations. poles S. 81 W. 31 poles N. 83.25 W. 7 Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily of brunch, corner to said Turner ; thence poles N. 73 W. 10 48 poles N. 05.25 W. 0 K AV 57.35 poles to a largo poplar tree poles N. 58 W. It poles N. 44 W. 8.88 P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. corner to said Turner, thence N 27 W poles N. 20 W. 12 poles N. 10.5 9 15 4 poles to a dog wood and gum stump Doles N. 13.5 W. 0.6 Doles to the bptrln. 5 :35 8 :50 Lexington, 7:20 l:3f rorner ; thence N. 23.75 V 6.48 to said ning containing 85 acres. 2:17 8:03 8:05 Winchester, 4:50 No. 14. Also another traet of In ml Turner ; thence to a stone and hickory in Powell L. & E. Junction, 2:35 8:18 4:37 I proiunur obtained In 7:51 county all eonntrltt or ho hi. pointer: thence N 83deg. 4 inin. E 25.3 tract beginning at known as athe Neal I Ittrred. Htiu 4 :22 7 :37 2:40 Indiun Fields, 8:32 v a stono in branch Skelch. Model or l'boto. tor iKiles to E, a Btone thence S 27 E 15.4 in Taylors lino corner to William An. 3:05 4:05 CLAY CITY, 8:50 7:19 poles to O a stone ; thence S 13 E 6 derson, thenco 8. 05.5. E. 60 poles in all 3:5G ' 3:15 9:00 Stanton, 7:10 ""ii rn" 10 t"iP lor Invaluable boo 75 poles to a white oak and dogwood. ??. "?" T0 .!f1UH n(1 PATENTS, poles to B,a stonejthence S4.75 W40.8 Haw 10 gtt partner piwt will 3:21 Rosslyn, 9:05 7:05 3:51 patent Bunyans corner, thenco aud oilier valuable lororiuaUoo. poles to a stone corner at the mouth of poles to a stake, thenco N. N. 80 E. 24 .T:45 3:28 0:59 Filson, 9:12 13de. K. 24 .ho drain on the North Bank of Snow niln. E. 16( poles toa stake N. 70 W. 0 D. G :43 9 :27 3 :47 GO. 3 :30 Cutnpton Jnnctlon, Creel:,; thenco down said creek 3.75 V poles ton chestnut oak. thence with 3 :52 9 :32 PATENT LAWYERS, Natural Bridge, 3:25 6:40 Taylors lino now Evermnn'n linn S. in ,303 Seventh St.. Washlnntnn. D. f! ''.5.3 poles to the beginning. (J :2o 4 :04 9 :44 3 :12 Torrent, deg. 21 min. W. 100 poles to the begin No. 0, Another tract bounded as ning containing ono hundred acres. 4 :25 2 :5l 10 :04 0 :03 Benttyville Jet; follows: Corner on the County road O. & K. Junction, 5:19 10:57 1:57 5:10 This nronertv will bo sold in nnrcpl to on Snow Creek on the North side of suit purchaser and as a whole, tho bid 5 :05 5:25 11:05 Jackson, l :50 oad running with said fence inline or bids being to tho estate the greatest 11:25 1:25 Quicksand, ith line of James Wood ; thenco with amount will bo accepted. Purchaser will bo required to eive bond, with and CURE , CONNECTIONS. LUNCS haid fence to a lino of Win. Martin to approved security, for the payment ' LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will mvke connection at Lexington wl oad and thence with said road and of the purchase money, to have tho the L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No, 3 will make connectio back to the beginning, containing four force and effect of a Replevin Bond, WITH bearing legal interest from the dav with the L. Sc N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. I'crCH. of sale, according to law. OAMPTON JUNCTION: Traina Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make eo No. (t. Another tract in Powell Bidders will bo prepared to comply i ueotion with Mountain Central Hallway to and from Cumpton ouniy on tlie waters of Snow creek and with these terms. Allen will be re- ouiided as follows: On the East by talneu on the land Hold till all the pur HEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make co pnion FOR OQUCHS r.he land of J. P. CurtM on the North chase money la paid nection with the L. & A. Railway for Iieattyvllle. OLUo li'al floHU Frst Bond nayablo to Master Commist y the land of Milt. Hudson, on the sioner, due AND ALL THROAT AND LUK0 TROUBLES. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make conn in tlx, twelve and Nouth by the land of Greeley Snowden months-- . tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. u.i GUARANTEED BATISl'AC'XOltXl IhwAYegt by the county road nd in O. & K. stations. J. T. fltokley, iiiliinliig admit 30 acres. Master Com'r Clark County. i OeiiM Passenger CHAS. Commissioner's Sale. No. 7. Also another tract of Innd in MAMMOTH CAVE For the Home Circle and Private Parties ' :$&s at WEDNESDAY SEPT. t, , to-w- Are You a Woman TAKE ft ft ' A DU ft The Woman's Tonic I Not Simply a Car but Car Service ; Eust-Bouii- d. d. 1 SWIFT & KILLthe COUCH -- ws -- I Dr. Kings New Discovery 1 . SCOTT, Agfa