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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 14, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911091401_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 14, 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!f CITY TIMES. f . 1 81.0(1 n Year In Advance We nre here to help Clay ly, the Sorronniing Coantry and Ourselves. SEPTEMBRE . .1. E. Burgher, PutuVriet. vol. xvr. Notice of n. CLAY CITY, Ktf.1 THURSDAY McCreary's Narrow Escape. AtAGRICULTURAL 14. 1911. xo. :?7 EXTENSION. Cover crops should be grown in Kentucky much more than they are. No blatter in what section of the Staie' one may travel, he may see, during the winter, many corn and'' tobacco fields lying bare. The writer has seen many such fields ,in the most feitile sections of the State as well as in t!ie poorest. To leave cultivated lields in this condition means great loss. The fields wash, some very badly, all of them some-- , unless they are level. The cultivation of the previous season has developed available plant fond that the crop did not use. Much of this may be lost bv leaching. A cover crop wilt bind the soil and prevent washing, It will use up the available' plant food left by the preceding1 crop. This w ill be returned to tb'e soil whether thf cover crop "is i turned under or pastured. Tlie roots of the cover crop greatly improve the physii al condition of the soil, especial ly is this true ..of rye. Fields of poor tilth are sometimes put in good condition by one rye cover crop. . Rye is thebest nous crop Kentucky. The seed is cheu;- kt will grow on v basket and do your ineiit of Colonel McCreary's nar- - wide variety of syjls. It may be jiirt toward entertaining: the row escape from death is mbitaiv BOW as eailv-.ttS- j September lust Mercury., homes .who are rapidly passing tu.lly ciiirect.-rrOtrtis- le or i he Great Beyond.. in to The Kev. Win. Roberts who will make a better growth on W. 11. Klln.tt, Ties. has preached on the streets of poor soils than any other winter I'. I). Bm.iddiir., Se. tjiis citv several tunes, was lined cover crop, yet it responds to the at Winchester for lefusiMg to usa of fertilfzers and manures. "fit lor the Fray" move his service lio.:i the point When 4 to 0 inches high it is ,N wh.it is said otoiir lie was occupying which was so a most excellent pasture for pigs, ciotiies tor children. Tiii-- stand near the street car tiacK as to be while i. i its later stages lt is a and dangerous for hean-rs- . t.ie wear nut t'ir ol rlnld-litsplendid pasture for all animals. llnlikt- iip Children The remnants may be turned unTiii'iii-i- 'i vv- -, it" ten tun iiwmv when A vote on tut constitutional der in time to prepare the ground ill for the next crop. The Experiui I. A i'MiU through will eonaiiieudllient keep plolllblti vincf oi. .Mis. .1. W. William, Maine where it lias lieeii my for ment Stution mal esa practice f lifrv fouryeais. t'luyCin, Ky. sowing rye in the corn ground. Fhi-- ; is pastured and the ground then prepared for cou pe. is or soy iieans which .ire planted about .June first. This crop conie oil" in time to give the ground good preparation for wheat. Clover L'se two bushels tollows wheat. B ot rye per acre, and put it in is what you get when you well, The cover crop not only prebuy a Corset with the brand vents washing, saves fertility, of' and provides pasture, but' it adds hirnius to the soil. Try rye as a LORAINE .cover crop if you have nut done We strive to please cn it. (ieorg-'so. Rober g, Agronomist, K. Kxp. statin . in every our lady cuftomers 11 11 1 ly ine ureen Kiver orulge fight on the 4th of July, 18l:J, Lt Col. .lames B. McOreary, then u dashing yoang ntlieer, had the tt ti sii experience of having three of ins commissioned com- this famous regiment. After the trades killed at his very side while lapse of so many years there are, consulting them us to the fight p.issibly, not more than lotlsur 'then in progress. The men were dismounted for vivors, and manv of these are too away to attenu, many are in the charge of the stockadeuard far feeble health or weighted down ing the bridge, while the lield with years, ami may not- be pres- offcers were mounted. While reent, but it is expected that all ceiving orders from Col. Cheu-ault- , a well directed shot, from v ho can will meet on this occasion, probably the lust time they the enemy struck and killed the will ever get together in a for- gallant Colonel dead. Assuming mal way. However, it is expect-- command of the regiment, Col lhatTall old soldiers, whether McCrenry sent for Capt. Terrell, they wore the blue or the gray senior Captain, to assume charge will attend, and they are earn-- ' of the left of the line. While esily invited to be present that instructing Capt. Terrell a shot low. The ojca'jion may be as happy as from the stockade laid .lust at that moment Major Tims. The gallant old soldiers, of! I. Brent, of Smith's regiment, both sides of the war, are fast rode up to consult Col. .McCrea away, and it is fitting ry as to the progress and plan of they should meet and mingle the buttle, when he received his that together again and renew the deatn wound. While the editor of the Mereu friendship that were never strained by past differences, or ry was in the despeiate and charge of the stockade, ly espousing the cause they felt he does not write this stor from lo.ite right. An invitation is extended ty personal observation, or can he everyone to come ami enjoy the testify as to things happening m pleasures of the day. Hring a the order written, but the stutt of the survivors of tlu Eighth Kentucky to be held at Irvine, Ky., Sept. "JUrd, (theoOtli anniversary of the organization of the regiment) is designed to bring together the survivors of! The n Rye is a Cover Crop. The county Is willing to build half of each bridge .and the city lias enough money in the tresis-- ' ury to pay for its of these two bridges. Both bridges are needed, and should be now. There is no excuse for building one and leaving the other one off. Tote fair with us one-half precinct in said P.m. II County, Kentucky, on tne.Oth dny ol bent, ,s,,, for the purpose if tilting the sense of the legal and qinihlied ers of said County - a unit, wheth-buivot-badl- y a- lt er or ' "eiitleineti. II. Burgher, who has been' down with malarial fever for now past four wppIjs, has been od with a complicated liver trouble. He was getting along nicely from the fever and would have been out by this time had not the liver trouble set in. .1. - il malt be h,,,,"wl or "',,orf ?hM loaned in said Powell C nuiv, Ken- - ,1(,t tf,jrjt0,'lS vinou--n.- M)I' , . . tucky. H. Hardwick, J. J'. C. C. d Order for Local Option Election. J. K. Burgher, ) 111 1 ims-ib- vs. Powell County. Petition from each and every voting precinct in Powell County having been duly tiled in thi Court bv order of record on the 1st day of .State of Kentucky. I .vt. County of Powell. T, James Woolery. i'Urk of the County Court in and for the Comity and State u foresaid eeitify that the foregoing is a trur and correct copy as it appears of record in my ollice. Given under my hand this 7th day of August, 11)1 1. Jus. W. Woolery, ('. P. C. ' By W. G. Fnizier. I). '. NOTICE OF ELECTION. pa-si- ng uon-legiii- -- 'fr' well-tille- d ready-mad- e e - I August, lllll, asking that an election he lieltl in each and every voting precinct in Powell County on the :HUh day of Sept, 11)11, for the purpose of taking the seiw of the legal and (p'lilified voters in each vming precinct in said county upon tin proposition whether or not vinous and malt liquors shall be sold, bartrrd or loaned in said PonvuII County, and this be:ng the first regub.r term of this Couit at" ter the term which said petitions were filed, and it to the satisfaction of the Court that each nf siid petitions is signed by more than tueotv.five iter ivnl of t lie legal and qualified voters ,t each ofsHKi precincts in Powell Countv according to the vote of the general election held in sijd Coun ty, it is theret'ori- ordered hy the Court that T. C. Hall, now Sheriff of Powell Countv KentlleUv .men the polls at each and every" voting spir-itiiiifurthe'-auneanng In compliance with .lie above order 1 will cause to be opened 4 poll in caeh of the voting precinct in Powell county, Kentucky, Sep teinlier liUili, mil between the hours of I! and 4 o'clock to take tl" legal and qualified voters id" said county as to whetlcr or not spirit- ous, vinous or malt liquor shall ho bartered sold or loaned in said T. C. HAI L, county. Sheriff Powell countv. Kentucky. Uo Right Ahead. i Our wall paper sale is one of the big events of the season'' We are showing the beautiful things which earlier in the vear commanded a higher price and now only costs a ,,ol,t . two-third- a- -t The reason The liulielit is tin- - Fall Stm-k- . is enjoM'd hy :il. - We'd like to sell nunc puper to morrow than any time this week Mr"- - ' NV- Cli,v , IC.' - 11 ,i WALDRON & JOHNSON, FIT and STYLE - Waltersville, Ky. th We firry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are 5 i I way ahVays supplying them with the best for the ey. mon- We have founi it in the line of Corsets. In other line in of' goffj-'t- ve are tedcre 'STYLE, "QUALW.wn you ' ITY and PRICE. want te BEST el Rc nable Pricw y u taiow to go to DMHHraW SHIMFESSEL'S. We of the City Council together with the county authorities to jointly 'build a bridge across the river at some i oint entering old Clay City and at the same time iguor- ing the other ford. The Times thinks this is uujust and unfair and wishes to raise a protest. Seventh of our besti taxpayers and leading citizens are vitally 'interested in the building of the bridge at the old forge i i e, and these people are anxious that the bridge at old Clav City yt l uilt also, while many of those who favor th old Clay City .bridgc, oppose Hie oilier point without offering! any exreason whv w'e cuse. There should mil ,hae ;bi'ih bridges. t , The Bridge Question. learn it is the s use Saving Money. You cm do the same thing. 11111113" 1 If you are not , pleased custonieis. couie roun 'nmo day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our already one of our goU. They willopenyoiireyestoan opportunity. m Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in CUy City or m ar our store we will ''deliver the goods" proseeufiim, therefore, is exactly SPOUT SPRING. wl'ere it was the day the lirst Daniel F. Hlunton, of Hamilpapers were filed nearly a rlecudo ton, Ohio, is visiting relatives at ago. The "prosKimbrell. ecution" of this iiaiitic trust fUllLISlIKU KVtliV TI1UKSDAY. a prosecution which has been diShelt McKiuney was taken n rates SI n enr or three rected by one Republican attor- very sick the last of the week, yearn in imI vii nee 82. ney general utter another has but has about recovered to nut hint:. .) 15. lJurgher, Publisher. Miss Corda Kirby is improving Every man, woman and child in the country is convinced that from a bad am of fever under us secoml-eliinmil mutter. the trust operates in violation of the treatment of Dr. Martin. the luw, both statute and moral, Sept. 14, 1911. Douglas Crow died near Lilly's a nil j'jjt not lung has been accomFerry of typhoid fever Wednesplished in the alleged campaign CLUH KATES. to atop these violations except day, September Oth. Burial the disbursement of thousands of nl For the convenience of our iiiursday near lus residence on wclnive arranged club rates dollars in fees for special "trust the Allen Orsborne place. villi tin- following papers at prices Inistiim" attorneys. eli' w iiit'ntii!ieil : When the standpat Uepubli-can- s Tlie Timkc and gave us their excuse tor 1.00 .Messrs. Joe Clark and George " ('iucini ati Enquirer 1.10 oliliosiiii: the I'nderwood-I.aFo- lDuni,wa-!)( Irvine Monday Lnuicville Herald lette revision downward wool " lloine unil Farm '"'"-'S875 bill, the fact that thetariirboardl0" 1.(10 land rainier had not reported, they were only Morgan McKiuney, of A rii'ii ii Kiirnier llll The very men who set chester, was here Saturday on S'liitliern Agriculturist to up that excuse bitterly opposed business and staved until utter DEHOCRATIC TICKET. the creation of the turill' board Sunday. in the first place, and will prove Mis?es. IJosie McKiuney and their inconsistency again by be- sister, Laura, from Spout Spring, Knr U. S. Seiii'tor, ing the lii.--t ones to raise their spent Saturday night and Sunday Of. ..IK M. .fAMKS. of Crittenden county. voice in an attack on that board at the home of Mr. it W Ki.sdi to prevent turill' reduction when'of tM ,,i.,ce For (iiixenior Congress comes to consider it .. .T.S. IS. .Mi (!tKAU V. A number of the young folks' of .MikIi'mui eouiity. liu. of Hardwick's cre'ek took dinner J;nr Lieutenant (iinci-noClarence Wood, of un, K. .1. MclMCUMU'IT, Were entertained at the Richmond, to further weld upon of .TelTeisnn county. m. f Mr T j. Wright Sun- uie piiDiic tne assurance tliat lie,iay. The day wus much enjoy For Attorney (icncr.il is in dead earnest about the teni- - ed. O.AKXK'JT. pent uce question, says he can't of Adair eouiity. Hro. Fryman, pastor of the support McCreary. Mr. Mayor, For Auditor Methodist church held his last II UN It Y M. HO.SWOl.'TII. AlcCteai y had nothing to do in of .Fayette eouiity. your losing that job under Con- appointment, on Hardwick's creek Sunday for this conference year, gressman Helm. You would For Treiisurer We were sad to see him go. He TIIO.S.S. 1MIK.A, nave gotten the job all right if has been u lenedictien to the ol I.o'an eouiity. you had not threatened to vote For Secretary of Slate the Republican ticket and thai C F. CKKCKUU. loo before McCreary was nomi- THE TIMES. much-helnrde- d Suh.-criitm- Knif-re- VIiu-mIii- v, .... people of Hardwick's creek and ble in all business tr.nsnetlon and will long be remembered in our financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. supplications. Walding, Kinnan A Marvin. How's This? Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. We ollVr One Hundred Dollars Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inReward for any ease .of Catarrh ternally, acting directly upon the thai cannot be cured by Hall's blood and mucous surfaces of the Cure. Testimonials sent fiee. system. F. .1. Cheney it Co., Toledo, (). Price Toe per bottle. Sold by all We, the undersigned, haveknown Diuggists. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, Take Hall's Family Pills for ami believe him peifectly honora Cm-tar- - Couiiei-Joiirn- Yaujhn's Mill. nl I - ''" j Win-blullin- THE j I 1 " Cash Grocery Handles every thing in r Fx-May- j j Groceries for Cash and in Exchange for of Pendleton county. Produce. ForSupt. nated. Independent voters are getting numerous even in Powell county. Ir's no uncommon thing to hear Democrats say they have quit voting for sorry Democrats, but will vote every time tor worthy nominees. No wonder then ev ery one of them to a man i for i he ticket this A better full. State ticket was never mimed. of Public Instruction 1S.AHKSUALK HAMI.KTT, of Christian county. For Comnii.ioiier of A;riciiltiue .T. V. NKW.MAN. You M nee thfe Fc - of Woodford county. Clerk of the Court of Appeals. UOliKliT h. (HtEHNK, of liriicken county. No (Seed to Cross. 1ms Mct'reary is a man who Petty politics imiv win for a while and will succeed later, but good bv O'lar. the Democratic success will be the detroii. platfonn is the bet nver nnd has the of a clean, slrong, ting of the petty politicians or been acRnowledged by O'Uear to tin party if it keep them in the bank. We be oio' tep further in the riilllt saddle long enough. tliieeHi u than the Republican your fii ndship platform. True enoiitili he has Many people are against what and your indors.-.- l that plank, but. what is they know to be the righl thing to be gained by Democrats chaiiL'-in- because some one they don't Can't we together? their vote over to O'lvear or like is for it. any of the other candidates? Do it now! Lower Taxes From an unbiased view the Demwould be n uioht desirable change, ocrat i'om to have the a. o. p. but siie-- that seems to lie out of I- candidates badly skinned on the real issues. 0'IJciir tie ipii'.tjou just now, the best could do liolter if he could only thing to do is to save tax u oney by get Nutioiial and State politics making vniir piirchntH at William' Two Stor-s- . unlinked, hut thU he cannot doj If he had the power to appoint a' I1, h Senator ns he would likely have I'liuld h be elected (Jov. Supply Your ernor. In would undoubtedly up- (ireatest Living Ken- point : Kitchen Needs Now , tucki iti" I'.iadley or John V. You can't afford to rhk health oy ulasr oia Langiev unil no true Democrat l RooKing worn can stand for either of these1 lout enamel.1 wnicn cnipi on dyed- -r - In uo stnml patleis' "and camel atom ach dUeaaaa or for iiii'inent of lime. Vote ruttir. leaky which iDolls flavor! and waitea t!u it t u iitlit Democrat ticket. food. Replace the old ware with It Is a very sedou: matter to ask for one medicine and have the "1892" Pire Spun On the tenth dav of .May, Ml0i. j never failed to lill a promise, Mi'DemioU Iims been pronounced Services J.W.Williams i pro-gressi- ve need business. a get MILLS RLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES. llre.ul and pies the woman is who from Hock Mills' in bread or cuke Hour. Succes hakim; 'is alwavs sure to follow when you ue ihi-- i hiirli grade and Mitisfactorv Hour, sold every when . ihN-tim- CLAY CITY lneiiiale them -- NATIONAL BANK. Very Serious men-'lil- Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Yersqfll; Ky. ! the government li.'etl u petition for nn injunction auaiiist the beef trust in the federal court ul Chicaiio. On July oth. IIUJ. ti e puckers, lifter, huvini: obtained fortv-twdelivs and pntpiino. ineiils in the intervenim: niu i' an i it . ended not guilty, yeuii-- , Inir .1 hud 'iiue and w n po' 1' I. tt.i ti e u trial til Ni wuiU'i I'll; I. of thi" year. u k Aluminum fiw!fj one of the many rella-- i .bie uoua we carryv , we nave )utt re-- j i ceivea a new 'lot. Come la and tee theaa annerlor cooda and gal a aouveair iree. m won; one give you. For this Till Myirs Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer is tho only machine aver Invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only takes out the dirt and leaves the mop clean, but) it wrings jt to dry that there is hardly any moisture left In tha mop. The tloor is never left streaked, asyouareahvaynuslngacleau mop. The machlnais very simple tuopvratuanilrequirvsiosliy,as any. body can use it. man. woman or child. It is a labor saver, as one person will do tho work quicker and better than three wlthanyotherdevlceknown. The pall sets on the platform and is not attached to the machine and can bo 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 tad a dlMstiefted ewtaaer. If jroar daalr does not handle this stop Wrlnjar, writs direct tons. reason we tugs yow la buying to be careful to get the renin n BUcTK-efl- T Liver MedlclM medicine, for constipation, Irw digestion and liver troublf, , is Arm. ly established. It does not Imitate other medicines. It la better than others, or it would not b the fa. vorito liver powder, vith a largir sale than all others combined. . SOLD IN TOW" The reputation of this oltf, :Ha-bl- e fr I - i'o-t- , 1 Youcaadapaad on anything you buy bar : T. J. KIRK. The rf.il ll of t lie III of II lls MYEIS WINNER M., MHif rs, HtM, N. Y. THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAFKR. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... Sept. 14, 10U. Mr. nnd Mrs. James A. Fox are visiting relatives at Winchester and Lexington. W. T. Wood has returned from Ilebertson- county where lie had been visiting relatives. - Luther Loving is touring con-trKentucky towns in the inLumber terest of Swann-Da- y al Company. The Boone's Creek Baptist Association of whii'h Powell's Valley church this county is h member, is holding itJ annual session at Irvine this week. The Kentucky Conference is in session at Richmond this week. 1'ostor Fryman is attending rep- resenting this circuit together with W. G. Patrick. Winchester had a big show two weeks ago, had another one Tuesday and will have another Truly is one next Wednesday. the day of amusement, for Win Chester at hand. Mrs. C. W. Duncan, who has been sick so long at the Clay City and Central Hotels, has recover- ed sufficiently to be able to re turn to her home at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Patrick, of Kimbrell, attended some of the services at the conclusion of the revival of the Methodist church last week ana while Here were guests of relatives in the city Mills Down. Brodhead-Garret- t's wing and rifle shot, of the world, Mrs. A. M. Burgher is in Win heads an unmatchahle quintette Chester to receive medical treat of sharpshooters. Performances moot. Mr. Burgher and son will be given at 2 and 8 p. m. Shelby were with her a few days. Doors open one hour earlier. Forced to Leave Home. Every year a large number of Advertising matter is crowd ing on our space of late but it poor suffcreis. whose lungs are sore will soon drop back again when and racked with coughs, re urged But the usual amount of matter will to go to another climate. be supplied our readers this is costly and not always sure, There s a better way. Let Dr, A Dreadful Sight King's New Discovery cure you at to H. J. Burnum, of Freeville, N Y., was the fever-sorthat had home. "It cured me of lung trou plagued his life for yenrs in spite ble," writes W. R. Nelson, of Cal- all else failed of ninny remedies he tried. At amine. Ark., "when and. I gained 4? pound.-- in weight lat lie used Bucklen's Arnica Salve and wrote: "it has entirely healed Its surely the king of all cough with scarcely a scar left." Heals and lung cures." Thousands owe Burns, Boils, Eczema, Cuts, Bruis their lives and health to it. It's es, Swellings, Corns and Piles like positively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, LiiGrippe, Asthma, Croup magic. Only 25c at Swann-Daall Throat and Lung troubles. 50c Lumber Co.'s store, Trial bottle free at Swann-Daand W. T. Wood, of Clay City, Ky., Lumber Co.'s store. was a pleasant caller at this of We'll Show You. fice Wednesday morning, en route ,p i j i you nave anv noimi me to see his sister, Mrs. J. T. Millgoods you ought to buy, we want er an.l family near town. Mr. Mr. Wood arrived last Saturday to show yOi. If you have any to join his wife and four children doubt about the place to go, we'd who are visiting her parents. like to tell you several thini: ahout Full quality, ureat vaMr. and Mrs. J. A. Burnett of our line. riety, low cost. All we say is near Piqua. Robertson Ad backed by what we do. vance. Williams' Two St res, No Need to Stop Work. Clay City, Ky When your doctor orders you to stop work, it staggers you. "I can't" you say. You know you FRUIT and SHADE are weak, and failing in heiilth, day by day, but you must work as lontr as you eun stand. STKAWBKRKV PUX1S. What you need is Electric. Bitters to give tone, strength, and vigor to Asparagus, Blackberries, your system, to prevent Ineakdown Raspberries, Roses, Rhuand build you up. Don't be weak, barb, .etc. sickly or ailing when Eteetrio BitWrite for free catalogue. ters will benefit you from the first We have no agents. dose. Thousands bless them for their glorious health and strength. . F. Hlllenmeyer Try them. Every bottle is guaran& Sons, teed to satisfy. Only 50c atSwann-DaKY. LEXINGTON, Lumber Co 's st ire. e ) y Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the best of all medicines for the cure of diseases, disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly graduated physician an experienced nnd skilled specialist in the disease of women. It Is a safe medicine In any condition of the system. THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol habit-formin- g and bo injurious drug and which creates no craving for such stimulants. THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makrrs re not afraid to print Its every ingredient on each outside bottle -- wrapper and attest to the truthfulness of the same under oath. met''c'ne dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't it can et it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition lor this medicine op known composition. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is "just as good us Dr. Pierce's" is either miMaken or is trying to deceive you for his own sellih benefit. Such a man is not to be trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health my be your life itself. See that yoti get what you ask for. 1 y - . I I Farm Implements Plows, Harrows, and 2 Buy ) 2 Cultivators FROM- run-dow- n TREES. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. v ' pla n i n g If you wain mill has been closed down this to see your week for repairs as has the dollars magniSwann-Daplaning mill. We CAPITAL STOCK. h 100,000 :j fy and increase have had no whistles this week to SUHPLUS A.N l as you spend PHOFITN. 100,000 tj awake us from our early morntliem, 4 why, body ing slumbers and every spend them seems to be taking a rest. Rains THE have kept the farmers idle a here. We'll give you the most for h them; we are sure of this you P part of the time also. need only try it once and you'll be OK W'JNOIIHTKH, KY. Not a Word of Scandal sure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, N. 1IOI.X.Y WlTHlSJCHIHION, PlIKS, J, marred the call of a neighbor on Clay City, Ky. W. K. C.Mim:it. Mrs. W. P. Spangh, of Manville, Wyo., who said : "she told me Dr King's New Life Pills had cured YOUR ACCOUNTS HOLICITKIJ ej her of obstinate kidn'.y trouble, and made her feel like a new wo. man." Easy, but sure remedy for stomach, liver and' kidney troubles. Only 25c at Swann-DuLumber Co.'s store. y Cut Price -- I Winchester Bank, CLEARANCE ; SALE. HARDWICK and CO. If you me inteiv sti'il in saving money, take 'dvuntugu of thU sale. Our Ins will be your gain. The follow ing lines .Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Women's will " in this sale: and Children's low cut Shoes, Millinery good, all Summer Dress Good- -, Men's and Hoys' Hats, Women's and .MU-The following will Neckwear. Sawing Machines, ifcc., ifc of the. prices we will make in thi ale; give you an idea Mi-se- y J.P.flAUPPIN, Wild West Show at Winchester. When the "Young Buffalo" Wild WestShow appears in Winchester on Wednesday, Sept. 20, there will be found in the canvas THE HOOSIER SPECIAL unclosed, arena the greatest agSAVES MILES OF STEPS gregation of Wild West celebriFOR TIRED FEET ties ever before gathered at one Then there are Cossacks J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., time. is Agent for Powell County (or the from the Russian Steppes, Ruraks from Old Mexico, bove mofi complete cabinet Cowboys 'from almost, every ever offerd the public. Western State and the biggest Full Stock in tribe of Indians qver seen with a Wild WestShow. The noble Redman sitting be- MillikanBusiness School e side his foes, the United Lexington, Ky. States Cavalryman, the Cowboys will be seen in the big street BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND. There are spectacles of TYPEWRITING. Life which show in a sun-tanue- Watchmaker 5j Jeweler. i X X a' e' All Kinds of Watch, and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Uae of -- ! X MEN'S SUITS. $21.00 suits for 16.00 suiu for 16.50 suiu for d a- Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY, $14.00 12.00 11.00 $14.00 8.50 suiu for suits for $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for Call and see me in River Hotel Budding, I f z 4.50 Stored Boys' Suits as Follows: 4 50 suit- - tovi 50. "2.25 S.OO suits for 81.50. $5.00 suits for :J.00. suits for $1.25. 2.00 suits lor 1.10 Women's low cut hue- as folat 3 00. 3.50 ones at 2.50. 8:5.00 ones at 2.25. lows: 2 50 ones ut 1.75. In the cheaper grade of low cut- - fur Women, Misscut the same per cent. S.'lO.OO Sewing es' and Children the price-ar- e -- old-tim- pa-rud- e. Emm rlc ton KIDNEYiLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k to Western , forceful mauner how Phis school has turned out hunthe hardy Pioneers wrested the dreds of men and women who plains from the Redineu, and in aresuccesses. Itwillmuke addition there are Tableau a Buccess of you. including "Shooting Up the Town," "Peace and War," Wiite for Catalogue. etc. Annie Oakley, the peerless clean-cutVi-rant- s, Succeed wheal rraything else falls, la nervous prestation end female weaknesses, they are the supreme remedy, aa than sends have testified. Bitters Machines at 22.50. 825.00 Sewing If you are in need of a buggy, and get our prices, for we can save sole agents for both Fis.li Urns, you money on' them, also s-- vo Machines Ht 817.50. it will pay you to ee our line you money on them. We are and Mitchell wagons, and can I 3 the heat medicine ever sold over a druggist's counirr. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Xo. 7. Also another Hart of hind in Powell county on Snow creek and be on Clark Circuit Court. ginning at a gate at the county road the stone corner to tlie atts' JJowery B. It. IlinUon' Administra lMniiitilTs, thence a straight line N. Last to a tor, point where it strikes B. S. Snowden versus B. B. Hudson's Heirs, Defendants and Dock Niblnck ; thence a westerly direction to a stone ; thence a soutli Notice of Sale In Equity. Ity virtue of n judgment mid order of course to the county road; thence with sale of the Clark Circuit Court, render said road to the beginning, containing ed nt the April Term, 1P11, thereof, in about 05 acres. Xo. 8. Also another tract in Clark the nliove cause, the undersigned will on the Jt'tli day of September, 1011, at county on the waters of Lulbegrud 10 o'clock A. 51. or thereabouts on the premier, near Log Lick, Clark County, Kentucky, proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bid der, on a credit of six (0) twelve (12) and eighteen (iN) mouths, the property inciiiidiit'd in the Judgment, No. I. Situated on the waters of Ked IJivcr begiiiniu-- ; at a ttuie corner to Win. I.oweiy in the middle or the road ; thence departing from said road with Lowery's line, S. 04.23 V, 30.4 poles to a stone near ?pring; thence with Lowery's line X. 4010 32 28 poles to a htone in the Vienna road; thence down the same binding on the center S. 87..". 0 t) poles ; thence S 63 W. 32 poles to a stake to the school house lot : thence with the line of same S. 70 V. 11.48 poles to a stone in the road ; thence with the same S. 33 5.30 poles to a ftone; thence rf. 74 W. 78 poles to a stoiie in the line of Dowery ; thence with the Dowery line S. to a stone lo C'otman's line; thence S. 74 K 100.48 poles to a stake corner to Hen Hudson, Jr., thence N 47." K. 51 poles to a stone in the road ; thence with the road as it meanders to the beginning, containing 7"i acres. No. 2. lieginuing at a stone on the edge or side of the road corner to .Marion Dawson ; thence X 10 13 oOpolcs to a poplar tree corner to same ; thence witii his line 22.4S V 01.5 poles to a stone in the road cedar pointer corner to James Vaughn, thence with his line S 80 K 18 Miles to a stake ; thence N 04 K 5 Miles to the place where a gate tost once stood; thence X ti. U 21.24 poles to a stake, thence X 71 E 11.0 poles to an elm tree on the bank of Lulbegrud Creek, corner to said Hudson ; thence with his line with the meanders of said creek S 38.5 E 10 poles, H. 30 E 10 poles, S 37.5 E 20 poles ; thence S. 12 E 11.24 poles a corner to Dawson ; thence with his line S 01 W 14 poles; thence N 88..1 W 27 poles; thence 62.5 Y 18 poles to a stake in the fork of branch ; thence up the branch ; thence S. 11.5 V 23 poles, S jO Vf 20 poles to a stone corner to Shelt Elkins ; thence with their line to the road; thence with the road to the lieginuing containing 10 acres of land being the same land that J. B. Crowe purchased of C. II. Elkins. Xo 3 also another tract inClarkCounty, '"'ginniugat a stone corner to Hudson's lire and running a straight line to a stone corner in S. P. Kerr's corner to the Dowery ; thence with S. I Ker; line X 74 V 78 poles to a stone in the road ; thence with the same S 83 W 34 poles to a stone ; thence S 33 AV 18 poles to a stake in the road ; thence depart ing from the road and running with A lining and Cotman's line S 74 E 112.48 I oles to a stone corner nt the begin uing, containing 34 acres. No. 4 also a tract of land in Powell county containing about 10 acres on the northeast end of a survey of S. J. Hood beginning at a stone on the southwest bank of Snow creek corner to David Turner N 4.75 E 18.8 poles to B, a stone lift ween buckeye and hickory and forks poles S. 24.5 AV. 0.44 poles S. 55. W. 0 of branch, corner to said Turner ; thence poles S. 81 W. 31 poles X. 83.25 W. 7 pole X. 73 W. 10 48 poles N. 05.25 V YV 57.35 poles to a large poplar tree poles X. 58 AV. 11 poles N. 44 AV. W.6 8.68 comer to said Turner, thence X 27 V poles N. 20 AV. 18 poles N. 10.5 W. 9 I poles to a dog wood poles N. 13.5 W. 0.6 Miles to thu begin'5 and gum stuini corner; thence X. 23.75 V 6.48 to said ning containing 85 acres. Turner; thence to a stone and hickory in No. 14. Also another tract of land Powell county pointer: thence N 83deg. 4 mill. E 25.3 tract beginning at known as athe Neal a stone in branch poles to 13, a stone thence S 27 K 15.4 in Tuylors line corner to William AnMill's to C a stone; thence S 13 E 6 derson, thence S. 05.5 E. 50 poles in all poles to B,u stone; thence S4.75 W40.8 75 Miles to a white ouk and dog wood, Bunyans corner, thenco X. 80 E. 24 poles to a stone corner at the mouth of poles to a stake, thence N. 13 dec E. 24 the drain on the North Bank of Snow inln. E. 10 poles ton stiiko N. 70 AV. 9 notes to a chestnut oak, thence with Creek ; thence down said creek 3.75 W Taylors line now Evennan's line, S. 13 2.".3 polos to tliu beginning. deg. 24 min. AV. 100 poles to the begin Xo. 5, Another tract bounded as ning conta'ning one hundred acres, f llo. : Corner on the County road l'his prooertv will be sold in narcelto hi Snow Creek on the Xorth side of suit purchaser and as a whole, tho bid ' ail lth said fence inline or tints Doing to tlio estate the, greatest Purchaser It line of James Wood ; thence with amount will be accepted. will be required to Live bond, with Mild fence to a line of Win. Martin to approved security, for the payment road and thence with said road and of the purchase money, to have the back to the beginning, containing four force and effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal interest from tho day acres. of sale, according to law. Xo. 0. Another tract in Powell Bidders will be iirenared to comnlv oiititvoii tlio waters of Snow creek and with these terms. A lien will be rebou tided as follows: On the East by tained on the laud sold till all the our- he land of .7. P. CurtU on the Xorth liiuse money Is paid. llond navable the land of Milt. Hudson, on the sioner, due In to Master Commis six, twelve and eigh nth by the laud of Greeley Suowden teen iiiontus. pint mi the West by the county road J. T. 8tokley, t fi..iig about 3t) acres. Master Coin'r Clark County. t: 1 Commissioner's Sale. art .,7.iMrai OUTI.NG THE DRY FALL TO t MAMMOTH CApi 1g ; CAVE Parties For the Home Circle and Private Round Trip From creek and binding the road at the road forks; thence down the Vienna road and running with said road to S. P Kens line ; thence back with the old road to the beginning, containing 1 1 acres. No. 0. Also nnother tract beginning at a hickory tree in 3. B. Kerr's line in the Lilly road ; thence with said Kerr's line in a western direction to the road on branch above Vienna school house ; thence with the Irvine and Winches ter road to the intersection of Lilly's ferry road thence w ith said road to the beginning containing 14 acres. No. 10. Also another tract of land in Powell county beginning at a pine tree on the ridge and running west to the Hudson line; thence S. E. with the Hudson line to the public road ; thence with said road E to a white oak at the Hudson corner thence with J. P. Cur-tises line to the beginning containing 30 acres more or less and known as the Greeley Snowden tract. No. 11. Also another tract in Powell county on the waters of Ked Biver be ginning at an elm tree on the bank of Bed Biver near a branch ; thence straight line to a stone at the Sulphur gap; thence a N. W. course about 250 yards to an oak on ton of the hill it being Isaac Fritz and C corner; thence :i west course to a pine between B. B Hudson and Isaac Fritz ; thence with the B. B. Hudson line to the river thence up said river to the place of be ginning, containing 00 acres. No. 12. Also another tract in Powell county beginning at a stone at the bend of the road near the meeting house thence a straight .line east to Benj. Hudson line to a stone at T. A. Ogdon line, thence with Ogden's lino to stone at a white oak tree thence up the hill with Ogdeu's line to a stone on the ridge with John Sea's line, thence with the Sea line to a pine tree in the Fritz line, thence with the Fritz line to a white oak at the public road, thence with the road to a stone at Snow creek thence Avith the creek to the road at the crossing of the creek, thence with the roml to the beginning, with a reservation of one acre which belongs to the Snow Creek church and grave yard the whole tract containing about 100 acres. No. 13. Also another tract of land in Powell county known as the T. A. Ogden tract lying on the waters of Bed river beginning at a point immediately on the bank of Bed river near a walnut tree standing in the line, thence N. 31.5 E. 80.2 poles to a stone at the end of the division fence, thence N. 18.5 E. 09.5 poles to a stone corner to Benj. Hudson W. Curtis and John Hudson, theuco N. 40 E. 60 poles to a white oak thence S. 41 E. 47 poles ton stake, thence S. 0ft W. ,50 poles to a stake, thence S. 87.5 W. 0.44 poles to a stake, thence N. 84.5 W. 40 88 poles to a stuke thence S. 00.5 W. 13.18 poles S. 2 E. 1015 S. 13.5 E. 10.88 S. 5 E. 24 poles S. 10 25 E. 10.72 poles to a stake on the bunk of Bed river, thence down the same S. 57 W. 0 poles 8. 0.5 W. 30.28 poles S. 2 W. 43 poles S. 0.5 W. 11.2 Lexington AndallwayStatinns Regular Train 8:40 a. m. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 27 This includes your board and admission to All Expences Sit Hotel only $6.50. trie 'several routes in the Cave. One evening for a promenade or dance. A GRAND THREE-DAY- S OUTING. Write or phone L. & N. Ticket Agt. Show Coming to Winchester. Colonel Vernon 0. Seaver, Miitiiiixer of the "Young Buffalo" Wild West, Show, which vyill ex hibit in Winchester on Wednes- Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. ' It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. day, Sept. 20th, afternoon and night, claims toiave a surprise amusement lovers in store of that town and vicinity. It is his proud claim that the "Young Buffalo" Wild West Show is not. only larger, but bet ter than any similar attraction tint t has thus far visited herea bouts. Numerically, the show is churned to be first, but Colonel Seaver does not stop with num fbT-th- e bers. He claims to have more men and women on his pay roll who have astonished the world with deeds of skill, recklessness and daring than any other Wild West exhibition. Some of the names tnllow : Annie uaiuey, the world's greatest, woman rille shot; Ambrose Means, the African Big Game hunter and Amer ican Cowpuncher, who, with the Buffalo-Jon- es Cardui Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. ut The Write to: Ladies' Advisor for Special Instructions, and Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn. book. "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. J St expedition, invad- ed the Dark Continent and captured alive rhinoceri, lions and t gers with his lasso; Buftalo Vernon, who throws a steer single handed: Montana Jack, the king of all bronco busters, and others too numerous to men tion. Colonel Stuart and the twenty ox team will be seen in the big street parade at 10 o'clock on the day of exhibition, Wednesday, September 20th. Grass for Rent. Boundary of 200 acres splendid bluegrass, would like to have 50 head of young stock to graze by the G. B. Martin, month. Log Lick, Ky. Shingles for Sale. Black oak and pine at $2.50 and 32.25 per thousand at mill. Not Simply a Car but Car Service Now Is the time of year when yim'are In tho MAIIATHON you get all this. to think of the cur you intend lint don't accept ourmcrestiteinvut. I'or buying. Remember, when you buy, that tho abso- we can convince you of iu Uuth. lute limit or dollar tor dollar return is We have a cataloguo which describe, in reached iu cars selling under $2,000. When wealth " you pay more, your returns are not in pro- detail, the dependableu.cchvilcal ccsilcnco. utility th.it characterflnUh and portion to your investment. ize the MAIIATHON. When you buy, buy not simply a car, but car service. Buy correct deslpn, accurAnd it's yours for the asking. ate construction and good materials. Iluy Won't you ask for it t sound motor car value. MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Tour I no Car. Standard Touring Car and Boadatcr. and Torpedo Boadater. Prices from 1,500 to 1,700. mrivrm urnovc vjaohvtiio nr SlWflRY Eust-Bouud. Davis & Burgher, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. No. 2, Daily. P. W. 1:35 2: 17 luwmtir obtained in all eoutilM VRABI-ARKS, Caveats and fend Sketth. Jlodel oi 'rhoto. patentability. Patent rail aiPORT onBANK ir(R(MCI. I lor Send 1 cents In sumps for Invaluable book VI ileli gnes wilt pay. How to set a luutuer, patent Uw and other valuable tatoruiatlon. OF L. & E. TlflE TfABLE. Effective May 28, 11)11. West-Boun- No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. No. 1, Daily A. M. No. 3, Daily. P. M. hhiii 2:3.1 D. SWIFT DATVyT A AJ W a 303 Seventh St., Wa&WfljUfl, 0. C. k CO. ana 2:40 3:05 3:15 .3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:01 4 :25 7:30 8:0:) 8:18 8:32 8:50 0:00 9:05 0:12 0:27 9:32 9:44 10 :04 5:19 5:25 lKILLTHtOUGHl 1MB 10:57 11:05 11:25 Lexington, Winchester, L. & . Junction, Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Roselyn, FiUon, Cuuipton Jnnctlon, Natural Bridge. Torrent, Beottyville Jet, O. & K. Junction, Quioksaml, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7 :37 7 :19 5:35 4:5,0 4:37 4 :22 4 :05 7:10 7 :05 . 3:5(i 3 :51 (1:50 (5:43 3:45 3:30 3 :2fl 6 :40 V fl:25 0:03 5 :10 5 :05 3:12 2:51 1 :67 1 :50 1:2,1 Jackson, ftllateE TMI 1 11N l ft U WITH Dr. Kites AND M T o OAUAtf'SKr.n aUTXftiXoxiii or. MONiir REvnvim. r I tUlriT8MHH.ES CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will nmke connection at Lexington with the L.ic. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will niuktr connection with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O, CAMI'TON JUNCTION: Train Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make with Mountain Central Railway to and from Cuuipton. HEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Noh. 1, 2 and 3 will make withjfooL. k A. Railway for Reatty villi. O. it K. J UNOTQkr' Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will muke connection Kentucky Railway forCannel City, Ky. and O. & K. stations. CHA8. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. cm-neotiocon-nectiwith-tDnfo'if- n c