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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 21, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911092101_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 21, 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 ICITY TIMES. 61.00 n Ycnr In Advance Wc are here to help Clay CitPorroonJing Country anJ Ourselves. . .1. R. Hurnher. Publisher. vol. xvt. A CLAY CITY, K Y., JJJttURSD AY ting Jrnnk is sold or furnished liquor, the law is violated : every time liquor is sold on Sunday the law is violated. Then, takingall these sources of violations into consideration, anv man who has observed closely about these places is compelled to say the li quor laws are violated on the ac count of liquor being sold here no less than one hundred times a day. Do you think it could be worse under local option con trol? The saloon men of Olay Oity do not make all of these violations. Most of them aim to pretty close ly observe the law but they cannot prevent, a man from gettingliquor and giving it to a boy. Their idea is to do business, and,, not follow up their Honor to see that it is rightfully used. When they sell live gallons of liquor to a man as they have a right to do, they cannot see that it islegally drunk ; they cannot follow it up and see that it is not taken out of town into local option territory and there used to make men drunk, and whore these men go along the public highways, cursing, hollowing and shooting, making life to peaceable citizens a misery, causing women and children restless hours at nights in some homes, .nd hungry mouths in the homes of some of those who do They the cursing alicTshooting. do not attempt to see that the liquor they sell is uot purchased Then indirectly for inebriates. we see t lie saloon man may not violate the law. in his sales, and vit the law after these sales are legally made be violated in hun dreds of other ways. We con elude then that we must do away with the traffic, tor we cannot t follow up this liquor and is all legally consumed it and disposed of, since though it has been legally sold over the set-tha- SEPTKMBRE 21. J9II. Mrs. A. M. Burgher underwent an operation in the Good Samaritan hospital at Lexington yesterday for a serious trouble of long standing. She rallied from the operation and v hen last heard from was getting along as well as could be expected. The Boone's Creek Baptist Association which convened at Irvine last, week got through with the business in two days instead of three, the usual time required. The Association will next year meet with the Powell's Valley church near this city. ready-made NO. 88 general election held in said Conn, tv, it is therofnre ordered by th Court th itT. C. Hall, now Slierill of Powell County, Kentucky, opui the polls at eaclr-anevery voting precinct in said Powell County, Kentucky, on the.'lOth day ofSep't. 1011, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal and qualified v of said County as a unit, whether or not spiritous vinou and malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said Powell County, Kentucky. .1. H. Hardwick, .1. P. C. C. State of Kentucky, County of Powell. I, James Wonlery, Clerk of tho County Court in and for the County and State aforesaid certify tint the foregoing is a trnr and correct copy as it appears of record in my d rs S WORD FOR LOCAL OPTION. Since coming to Olay Oity ten years ago the whiskey people of this town have treated us better than the church people. They are liberal, generous, .obliging and courteous. They have made no effort to debauch the writer, have never invited us to their place of business, neither have we ever been invited by any individual in this length of time to take a drink of liquor. We have tried to live a discreet and sober life, and no whiskey man has tried to divert us from our path. After all, it is then with the man. But then again, all men are not alike. But few men can resist the temptation of the evil of drink when set before them, and particularly is this "the case with the young men. Then away with the temptation ; away with the business. The further away is the influence of evil the less liable we are to become comtamiuated with evil. Powell county will vote Sept. aoth on the question of whether or not liquor shall be sold in the county. Now is the time to remove the inducements ; to remove the temptations of those men who cannot resist it, and our boys. There are hundreds of drinking men who vote against, liquor to get the curse away from them. They do this prohibition, 'if not always, does sometimes prohibit. They tell you with local option the law is violated and whiskey is consumed just the same. The liquor laws are violated now ten times to where they are violated once in local option territory. Every time a minor gets a drink of liquor the law is violated; every time more than a gallon of liquor goes out of Olay Oity, the law is violated; every time a man who is in the habit of get- - bar in Olay lty",. Thus we son to stop the v'lblatibns of the law after it is sopwe are compelled to stop its si lea. "That is what the people p Powell county are expected to dK Sept. .'K)th. The Times rould prefer to say but little ab( ut the liquor question, feeling that this is out of politics, nnd jSut little news value is container in it, but the uncompromisingly in favor of temperancefiaall things except intoxicating liquors, then we favor total abstinence for every man and boy in the land, and in the pending 2f the present local option fight we cannot sit idly by and not raissjy'our voice in the We'iiaye nothing but cause. good will for the men engaged in the traffic. Kersonally them well, ana. would gladly do them any favor outside their liquor businessl!1 ' But there are other interests These interests bear heavily onthe morals of the community ; .tJSey bear heavily on thecommuujry in the financial circle; they bqar heavily on the supply of fooj and clothing in many poor horrtjes of the county; they bear hea?ily onthe peace and general reputation of the county as a whole, aild 'greatest of all, they bear heavily an the soul of man in the Great Beyond. The Book plainly .tlll,us..t,ao drunk ard"cartenteri','fiere we all hope' to go. This is the all of our existence and everything should be made subservient to our Master's ed-itoris f we-lik- e "Fit for the Fray" Is what is said ofonr clothes for children. They stand the wear and tear of child-lifand olllce. Unlike the Children Given under my hand this 7th Themselves, do not run away when day of August, 1U1 1. A look through will conwashed. .las. W. Woolery, C. P C. (.' vince you. Mrs. .1. W. Williams, By W. G. Frazier, D. C. Clay City, Ky. NOTICE OF ELECTION e Order for Local Option Election. .1. K. Burgher, t C vs. Powell County. ) Petition from each and every voting precinct in Powell County having been duly filed in this Court bv order of record on the 1st day; of 1 1 will and we believe it His will that the business be closed up. thus we cannot retuse to raise our voice to champion the cause of what we believe to be Divine and right to all people. The Powell Oounty Democratic Committee met at Stanton Sat urday and decided upon Monday, October 2nd as a date to nominate a candidate for Sheriff to be voted for at the election this full. Three candidates are mentioned, Louis Martin, of Waltersville; D. W. Martin, of Kosslyn and II. T. Derickson, of Stanton. Either of theso men are good men for the place and are sufo for any amount of money that might rue come into their huuas. Times is strong for either of them and believes either one can succeed in getting the uual Democratic majority. August, it 1 , asking that hii election he held in each and every voting precinct in Powell County on the :10th day of Sept, 1911, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal and qualified voters in each On Right Ahead. voting precinct in said county upon Our wall paper sale is one of the the proposition whether or notspir We aw itous, vinous and malt liquors shall big events of the season. he sold, bartered or hmned in said showing the beautiful things which Powell County, and this be;ng the earlier in the year commanded a first retrulur term of this Couit after the term which said petitions higher price and now only costs bout were filed, and it further appearing The reason is the Fall Stock, to the satisfaction of the Court that each of said petitions is signed by The b"tie(it is enjoyed by all. more than twenty-fiv- e per cent, of We'd like to sell more paper to the legal and qualified voters of each morrow than any time this week of said nreiunetN in Powell Cnimtv' 'r I. W. Williams, Clay City, K according to the vote of the 'ast ( In compliance with 'he abov order I will cause to be opened a poll in eaeh of the voting precinct in Powell county, Kentucky. Sep. tember .10th. 11)11 between the hours of (! and 4 o'clock to take the legal and qualified voters of ?aH county as to whether or not snirit-ous- . vinous or malt liquors shall bo bartered sold or lonned in said T. C. II ALL, county. Sheriff Powell county, Kentucky. i two-third- s. l3 WALDRON & JOHNSON, FIT and STYLE you get when you buy a Corset with the brand is what of Waltersville, Kv. We carry a full line of "General .Merchandise and are selliti" ilie goods to our large trade and they tell us LORAIRE on it. they are We strive to please our lady customers in every way always supplying them with the best for the ey. mon- V. II. VanArsdttle, of Lexington and George Tomtinson, of Winchester, were hero yesterday looking over the handle factory Mr. Tomliiison. It was Mr. Tom- linson's, intention to put in a plauhig mill plant here but ow- ing;,?,tqfclie advances in lreight ratSS'MtJ, soon take place on the L. he has deferred and the Saving Money. You can do the same thing. plant purchased last spring by Wc have found it in other, lines of goods we If you are. not the line of Corsets. In are leaders in STYLE, QUAL- plant vjlbbe taken tuexitigtou unless iii&rates oanausted. ' .". our many pleased customers, come roun.i Mine day and give our place a already one of look through and let us price you some of our ITY and PRICE. want t'.ie k When you BEST at Reasonable Prices you know to go to A 8ue.cial meeting of j(uo .city council was held Moiday night to discuss school mutters,' the bridge question and other impor tant subjects. The bridge crossing to old Ulay Oity will bo built. It will cross the river the Gaylord property. bo-lo- w goods.They willopeu your eyestoan opportunity. j, j I Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by in Clay City or near or otherwise ami M 15 . SHIMFESSEL'S. Dr. C. B. Dickson, demist, will he in Clay City the' week beginthe. practice ning Sf pteuiba't. or his profesbiou. Red ltiter Ho ' lul. -- if you live W' j H our store we will "deliver tbegoods" i THE TIMES. I'UIlLISIini KVKHV T1IUKSDAY. Subscription rates .1. E. 1'itiff SI a year or yi nr in Mtlvmieu $2. three liuryher, Publisher. miml-clni- red as s mail matter. i'iwrpdny, - Sept. II, 1011. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our we , vitli the following papers at prices itt.Minv nieiitiniieu : The Times and Courier-Journ1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald J0 The Insurgent Republican or" Home and Farm 75 ganization which controls nearly " It land Farmer 1.00 all the important states west of " American Farmer 00 " Southern Agriculturist ' the Mississippi is a vigorous one which as now perfected is being al have arranged club rates other measures for the relief of the farmers, and that you will not appoint Bradley, the "Greatest Li vinj: Kentuckiau" nud noted standpatter to the Senate in case of a vacancy ; that you do not indorse the pardoning of the murderers of Governor Goubol, and that Powers' speeches in your behalf tire not wanted and are unwelcome praises. You needntsay again that you are a "Progressive Republican of the Strongest Type." The people know Langley, they know Bradley, and so long as you honey with them as you are doing the people will believe you are one of the same stripe, but posing as a friend of the people. KLTOKT OPTHB CONDITION nr'TMF Clay City National Bank At Glny City in the Mate of Kentucky tit tin close of business Sept. 1st, 1011 KESOURCKS. Loans nnd discounts Overdrafts, secured and $59,053 (in- 21 secured...., clrcul'n Premiums on U. SBonds U.S. Bonds to secure Bonds, securities, etc Bnnkinc-hous- c. '. 25,000 00 330 00 83.012 CO 3.000 00 fixtures Due from approved reserve 18,273 72 agents f 600 00 Notes of other Nnt'l banks. Fractional paper currency, os nickels, ana cents Lawivt. Money Reserve is Bank, viz: Snecie $5.025 05 furniture and Some moil have horse sense in ble in all business transactions and that they are easily tolled but financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. hard to drive. Wulding, Klnnan fc Mnrvln, How's This? Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, ( ). We oirer One Hundred Dollars Mall's Catarrh Cure is taken inReward for any case of Catarrh ternally, acting direoily upon tbh that, cannot be cured by Hall's Ca- blood and miicoi" Hiif'ices of llin tarrh Cure. t fiee. TeMinmnhls system. F. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Price 7.r.e per bi.ttle. Sold by all We, thp undersigned, hnveknown Druggists. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, Take Hall' Family IMIlt- Tor and believe him peifectly honora sf-n- - 5,02505 Redemntion fund with U. S. Tietis'r(0ofcirTn) Total 1,25000 $147,519 07 LIABILITIES. DEHOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator, OI,., IK M. JAMKS, of Crittenden county. For Governor JAS. li. McCHEAIt Y, of MiidiMin county. For Lieutenant Governor E. .T. MeDEKMOTT, f Jefferson county. For Attorney General .TAMES GAUNETT, of Adair county. $25,000 00 Capital stock paid in 2,500 00 Surplus fund Undivided profits less expenses 854 05 and taxes paid extended through other parts ot bank notes outstanding 25,000 00 country in an ellort to defeat Nnt'l to other Nat'l Bonks the 04 12 Due the renominatiou of President Dividends unpaid 75 00 Tall next year. Individual deposits subject to 01,025 00 check It" would he to the interest of THE the Democrats to have Mr. Tuft renominated because.he could be defeated about as easily as any man in the Kepublican party whete as the nomination of man like LaFollette of Wisconsin Total $147,540 07 Cash Grocery Handles every thing in Groceries for Cash and m bove named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. T. Whitt, Cashier, Statf. of Kkxtccky, col'xtv of powei.i,, I. A. T. Whitt Cashier, of the a For Auditor IJEXHY 51. KOSWOKTII, of Fit jot te county. subscribed and sworn to before me or Uu minings of Iowa would cause this 0th day of Sept.". 1011. more than a substantial fight by T. J. Fletcher, Police Judge, C. C by the Democrats, but, however Correct Attest: 4 ) the Democratic victory would be Cltas Scoit. N quite certain. .Tno. D. Atkinson, Frank B HUsSell, Directors. ) For. Treasurer THQS. S. ttHEA, of Loguu county. For Secretnry of State C. F. CKECELIUS, of l'endletoii county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BARKSDALE IIAMI.ETT, of Christian county. For Commissioner of Acriculture J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. l'or Clerk of the Court of Appeals KOBEKT L. GREENE, of Bracken county. Justice O'Rear is making President Tuft's desire for splendid campaign when it comes peace does not prevent his mak to dodging and Hi itching. He ing war upon the insurgents. evidently is much better than his party, but his attention should directed to purify his par ty instead of petting those who need purging so bad. One thing is sure, if O'Rear. is right-anhe and his party get together, then O'Rear is wrong. Exchange for Produce. You Need the Services oh a clean, strong, Any man is not fit for office who will do that which he knows is not right, but does it because he .... 1 lie Democrats do not need to hnows it will displease some one shoot President Taft full of he does not like. A broad mind holes in order to show his weak- ed official looks to the best in ness, misdeeds and abject sub terest of all the people. riii'ssion to the "big interests" as Governor Bill the Insurgent Republicans are doing this work for them and do Thorne says the Republican platforms and railroad train plat ing it. well. forms are the same in that they Senator Works of California, a lCopublican says Taft is a willin are both made to get in on but tool m the hands of the great not to stand on. trusts and that he has brought his Foot ball practice has begun party face to face with the great- - all over the country, but the dia er. crisis in its History. mond will crowd the gridiron off in a recent speech Senator the bulletin boards until the base OJapp, of Minnesota, a ball agony is over. ltopiibiicau and a vigorous sup porter of President Roosevelt's There were thirty thousand administration has denounced people at the big Democratic resident Taft in flaming words barbecue in Nicholas county lust for his veto of the bill admitting weeK anu uoteu speuKers were to Statehood Ariscoua and Now numerous. Mexico, which was vetoed simply Trying to force good men to low on the ground that Arizona hud "(ho recall" provision in her con- down measures by holding out stitution. They have gone so far alluring inducements is like lead- to charge that President Taft ng a horse to water when ho ic trying to turn tho presidency doesn't want to drink. into nil imperial oflico and thus Even nature is in revolt a- deprive the American pooplo of gainst the sugar trust. Peaches for our judges, if they cannot be recalled are our re said to be sweeter than usual masters uud teal rulers and seat this full. of the power of tho great trusts. Taft is going to spend 118,000 Our judges are our Imperial f the people's money to swing a- rulers. round the circle to tell how lie O'Rear says "hush" when the swung the veto pen. life-lon- g B nt J.W USE HAPH Williams rh MILLS wsjavfel pr- ogressive bank. We nee d your frindship and your business. get together? it now! Can't we Do PROUD OF HER CAKES, CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK. Mfg'd by Bread and pies the woman is who has madn them from Horn Mills' flour. Success in bread or cuke baking Is always sutpj to you use this high (trade and satlit'actory Hour, sold everyw l.eie. follow-whe- n J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Very Serious It U a Ytry isriouj matter to uk for one medkiaa sad have the wtoec one firm yo. Far this reason we urga ytm la biriag to m careful to gat the) sjwuae Thi Myirs Patent Mop Wringir kA a' This Mop Wringer is the only machine ever Invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only takes out the dirt and leaves the mop clean, but It wrings it to dry that there is hardly any moisture left in tho mop. The floor is never left streaked, as you are always using a clean mop. The machine Is very simple to operate, and requires no skill, us any. body can use it. man, woman orchlld. It is a labor saver, as one person will do tho work quicker and better than three with any other device known. The pall sets on the 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 wll I convince you that its l work is perfect. We have yet ewtsmr. M- l- National administration is tioned, "that's not in this mencam-puign- raisirr ". Lower Taxes Wo will hush if you will tell us that you do not indorse John W. Langley though ho is your campaign manager, because he voted against reciprocity, tin- - lurtiH'iV tico list bill and would be a most desirable change, but since that seems to bo nut of tho question just now. the best thing to do is to save tax money by making your purchases at WilliuniM' Two Stores. i ; others, or k weald sot'. he: the .'favorite liver powder, wish s Issgsr mmim men au oibctb ceeaeesiamt Tfee mutation of thai aU, medicine, fer eeoetlaaltoa. in. digestion and liver trouMa, la draw ly setabUahed. It deea aet Wtate outer medicines, at Is tetter than UMt tltll If jear dealer does not haadU tbli Mop Wringer, write direct to tu. MYEIS WMMEI ., MMwfrt, IMuvk, H. Y. THE AN ALL HOME-MAD- TIMES. E PAPER. LOCAL THURSDAY, BREVITIES. .... Sept. 21, 10.11. The report of the Clay City National Hank appears in this issue of the Times. It shows the bank to be in its usual nourish ing condition, and furnishes sat isfactory evidence of the bank's prosperity both to the depositors and officors und stockholders of the in institution. A Dreadful Sight e This country's bumper crops continue to bump all tho sub stance out of the prognostications of the hard-timers. A Clean Mm Outside cteaalioeii is less thsn half the battle. A min may scrub himself dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean bloodj a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean Mom achs. Blood disesses are found where there is unclean blood. (consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. Miss Besse Ohaflin, of Sirdis, to H. J. Burnum, of Freevllle, K Miss. 18 visiting relatives in the Y., was the fever-sorthat hod city. plagued his life for years in spite of many remedies he tried. At Mrs. Wm. 0. Martin and chillast he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve dren are visiting relatives near and wrote: "it has entirely healed Kosslyn and Vinton. with scarrelv a scar left." Heals Elder and Mrs. J. I. Wills, of Burns, Boils, Eczema, Cuts, Bruis Beaityville, are visiting rela- es, Swellings, Corns and Piles like magic. Only 25c at Swann-Datives in the county. Lumber Co.'s store. Good rains continue to fall Conference Appointments. and grass was never so good it The Kentucky Methodist Conseems as at the present time. ference came to a close at RichOur streets are being improved mond Tuesday. The Rev. John by the spreading of more gravel, R. Deoring is Presiding Elder of cinders, etc. for top dressing. this district and the Rev. L. A. Mt. Fryman preacher in charge. Tho Bert Barnett, of near Sterling, spent Saturday and Sun- Rev. Robt. N. Bush, a former pastor here goes to the Anderson day with relatives in the city. circuit in the Shelby ville district Mrs. Betsy Rupard, of Clark and the Rev. W. P. Fryman, our county, is visiting her parents, pastor last year, goes to West Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson, of Liberty. Vaughn's Mill. No Need to Stop Work. y Forced to Leave Home. Every ye"ar a large number of poor suffereis, whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs, arc urged to go to another climate. But this is costly and not always sure. Let Dr. There's a better way. King's New Discovery cure you at home. "It cured me of lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson, of Ark., "when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its surely the king of all cough and lung cures." Thousands owe their lives and health to it. It's positively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Crouj) all Throat and Lung troubles. 50c and $1 Trial bottle free at Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. Cal-amin- e, y Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a man's inside clean and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure, clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous orcuMion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclesn unclcanliness. Dr. Pierce's Htasant Pel lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as csndy. habit-formin- g ) ( Buy When your doctor orders you to Mrs. W. T. Wood and daughter, Irene, luive returned from stop work, it staggers you. "I au extended visit to relatives in can't" you say. You know you are weak, and idling in Robertson county. health, day by day, but you must Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barnett work as long as you cun stand. were with Mr. and Mrs. Lennie What you need its Eleetrii: Bitters Grow at O. & K. Junction a few to give tone, strength, and vigor to days the past week. your system, to prevent hieakdown Claude Bow- and build you up. Don't be weak, OscarStuart and man went last week to Cincin- sickly or ailing when Electric Bit nati, where they accept a posi- ters will benefit you from the first dose. Thousands bless them for tion in a big saw mill. their glorious health and strength. Tomorrow, September 27, is Try them Every bottle is guaran; the fall equinox, a time when teed to satisfy. Only 50c at Swann-Da- v the days and nights are equal, Lumber Co.'s store. everywhere on the globe. If you want Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Jackson, of to. see your Harrods'burg, are visiting the dollars magniformer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. fy and increase W. L. Jackson, of Vaughn's a) you spend Mill. them, why, snend them Railroad ties are coming into The here. Ve'lJ give you the most for town by great, numbers. price is not quite so good as ear- them; we are sure of this you lier in the year, but farmers are need only try it once and you'll be pure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, more at leisure. Clay City, Ky. Mrs. Lizzie F. Bowman, of Livingston, widow of the late Captain S. F.Bowman, is visiting QfflHwfifrm- iff the family of Elder A. Easter near town. Mrs. Bowman is an aunt of Elder Easter's wife. run-dow- We'll Show You. doubt the goods you ought to buy, wo want to show you. If you have any doubt about the place to go, we'd like to tell you several things about our line. Full quality, great low cost. All we say is backed by what we do. Williams' Two Stores, Clay City, Ky. If you have any Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, . va-riet- and Cultivators 'FROM- R FRUIT and SHADE n TREES. STRAWBERRY PLANTS. f Asparagus, Raspberries, barb, etc. Blackberries, Roses, Rhu- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Write for free catalogue. We have no agents. H. F. & HUlenmeyer Winchester, - Ky. jSons, KY. LEXINGTON, CAPITAL STOCK. 8100.000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. 100.000 ; Cut-Pric- e I THE Winchester Bank. WINCIIBTKB, OF KY. OLEARANCE -- N. IIoi.i.v Witiiehspoon, Pres. Oashikh. 3 W. Tt. SiMixn. ; YOUR ACCOUNTS SOEiIOITKD j SALE. HARDWICK and CO. If you are interested in saving money, take 'idvantnge f J. H. Burgher was taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington Friday and was Monday operated upon for a severe liver He is setting along trouble. very well anil it is thought that he can return home in about two weeks. 'THE HOOSIER SPECIAL SAVES MILES OF STEPS Farmers' Institute. FOR TIRED FEET Every fanner in the county be ure and attend the J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., should Farmers' i j.p.riAUPPiN, Watchmaker 25 Jeweler. this sale. Our loss will be your gain. The following lines will go in this sale: Men's nml Hoys' Clothing, Women's Muses' and Children's low eut Shoes, Millinery goods, all SumBoys' Hats, Women's and Misses' itc, &v. The following will we will make in this sale: give you un idea of the prices mer Dress Goods, Men'6 And All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terras. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of Neckwear, Sewing Machines, MEN'S $21.00 suits for 18.00 suits for 16.50 suits for SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for suits for Institute at Stanton is tomorrow and Saturday. These institutes are very instructive und should prove of much value to tho tillers of the soil, and if they do not take advantage of their opportunity, no one can be blatped for it but themselves. Not a Word of ScaHdal Agent for Powell County for the a- bove moft complete cabinet ever offerd the public. Jewelry CLAY CITY, Spectacles. KENTUCKY. $14.00 12.00 11.00 $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for Call and see me In the Red River Hojtel Bulktlng, 4.50 Full Stock in Store. Boys' Suits as Follows: IS.00 suits for $4.50. $5.00 suits for .00. 4 50 suits for 2 50. 2.25 suits for $1.25. 2.00 suits for 1.10 Women's low cut shoes as follows : $4.00 ones at 3 00. 3.50 ones at 2.50. 83.00 ones at 2.25. 2.50 ones at 1. 5. In the cheaper grade of low cuts fur Women, Miss- - It es' and Children the prices are cut the same per cent. 830.00 Sewing Machines at 22.50. 825.00 Sewing Machines at 817.50. If you are in need of a buggy, it will pay you to see our lino We are and get our priees, for we can save you money on them. sole agents for both Fish Bros, and Mitchell wngons, and can also save you money on tlieiu. 1 MillikanBusiness School Lexington, Ky. marred the cull of n neighbor on BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, Mrs. W. P. Spangh, of Manville, TYPEWRITING. Wyo,, who said : "she UW rue Dr. King's New Life Bills had cured This school has turned out lain- her of obstinate kidn'.y trouble, dred8 of men and women who and inude her feel like a new wo are successes. Itwillmake man." Easy, but sure remedy for a success of you. stomach, liver and kidnev troubles. Lumber Only 25o at Swann-DaWiite for Catalogue. f :) Co. 'a store. y Electric Bitters Succeed wfcta evenrtMag else fails. Ia nervous proatratJoa and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, .as thonsds have testified. It is the bast nwdkiae'cver sold over a drttM let's counter. FOR etlDNKYLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. aaaaweaauamaMMeaa , t t'S ' No. 7. Also another tract of land in Powell county on Snow creek nnd be' THE DRY . FALL OUTINO TO Clark Circuit Court. ginningat agate at the county road on the stone corner to the W ntts' Dowery B. 13. Hudson's Administra Plaintiffs, thence n straight line N. East to a tors, ; lint wiiere it strikes B. S. Snowden versus . H. B. Hudson's Heirs. Defendants. and Dock Niblnck; thence a westerly direction to a stone ; thence n south Notice of Sale in Equity. "For , Hy virtue of a judgment mill order of course to the county rond ; thence with rond to the beginning, containing lie of the Clark Circuit Court, render- - said d nt the April Term. 1011, thereof, in about 05 acres. No. 8. Also another trnct in Clark t le above cause, the undersigned will i i the L'fith day of September, 1011, nt county on the waters of Lulbegrud il o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on the crock nnd binding the road at the road AihIhII wuyStiilions remises near Log Lick, Clark Coun- forks; thence down the Vienna road Regular Tram 8:40. m. and running with said road to S. P. ty, Kentucky, proceed to offer for sale r, t Public Auction to the highest Kerrs line ; thence back with the old on a credit of six (0) twelve (12) mad to the beginning, containing 1 This includes your board and admission to Hotel only $6.50. All Expellees eighteen (iS) months, the proper- acres. t: ty mentioned in the judgment, No. 9. Also another tract beginning the several routes in the Give. One evening for a promenade or dance. No. 1. Situated on the waters of Ited nt n hickory tree mS. B. Kerr s line in liiver beginning at a stone corner to the Lilly road ; thence with said Kerr's OUTINO. or phone L. & N. Ticket Agt. A GRAND THREE-DAY- S Win. Loweiy in the middle of the rond ; '!ne in a western direction to the road thence departing from said road with o:i branch above Vienna school house ; l.owery'si line, S. 04.L5 W, 39.4 poles thence with the Irvine and Winches' ton stone near spring; thence with ler road to the intersection of Lilly's i.owery's line N. 1U1U W. 3l'.28 poles to ."erry road thence witli said road to the i stono in the Vienna road; thence beginning containing 14 acres. Mr Geo. Dunaway sold two ('own the same binding on the center No. 10. Also another tract of land nice yearling mules Monday at -- . 87 .G W. 0 (J poles; thence S 63 W. in Powell county beginning at a pine each. - poles to a stake to the school house tree on the ridge and running west to $57.50 " I Buffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," IH.rt otniUf rnicQ 111 flio vitHn lw ; thence with the line of same S. 79 the Hudson line; thence S. E. with the . 11.48 poles to a atom in the road; Hudson line to the public road ; thence writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was Hurd-wick'- s miu ket litis drawn, many of n, inence with the same S. 33 W. 5.58 with said roud E to a white oak nt the and had to give up. We had three almost Creek finest cattle. poles to a done ; thence S. 74 Y. 78 Hudson corner thence with J. P. Cur-tisdoctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I ; had bad i (des to a stone in the line of Dowery ; line to the beginning containing The Christian church has been spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I t lence with the Dowery line S. to a .'.0 acres more or less nnd known as the painted by some of its most gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, As well as Mo tie to Cotman's line; thence S. 74 K Greeley Snowden trnct. fiiitlifiil members, and the revi JiJ9.48 poles to a stake corner to Hen anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid Xo. 11. Also another tract in Powell Hudson, Jr., thence X 47.3 E. 61 poles county on the waters of lted Kiver be val meeting begins Saturday for 5 weary years ! Cardui relieved me, when everything in a stone in the road ; thence with the ginning at an elm tree on the bank of night before the fourth. Lord's else failed." We notice Hiad a it meanders to the beginning, lied Itiver near a branch ; thence a lay in this month. that the attendance at Sunday containing 7" acres. straigiit line to a stone at the Sulphur No. 'J. Kej.'iniiing at a stone on the gap; thence a N. V. course about 250 School has been unusually small, edge or side of the road corner to Ma-- i yards to an onk on top of the hill it too many attract ions have been We ion Dawson ; thence X 10 E 30poles to being Isaac Fritz and C corner; thence gotten up on the outside. hope to see a lar;e attendance at u poplar tree corner to same ; thence a west course to a pine between B. 15. with his line 22.48 W 01.5 poles to n Hudson und Isaac Fritz : thence with this meeting andSunday School. If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, stone in the roud cedar pointer corner the B. B. Hudson line to the river; SPOUT SPRING. to James Vaughn, thencf with his line thence up said river to the place of beto you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more Miss Cordie Kerby is still im ri 80 E 18 poles to a stake ; thence N 04 ginning, containing 00 acres. than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, IC 5 poles to the place where a gate 12. Also another tract in Powell proving under the treatment of No. has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. post once stood ; thence N . E 21.24 countv beginning at a stone at the Dr. Martin. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and poles to a stake, thence N 71 E 11.6 bend of the rond near the meeting house G. P. Douglas, of. Levee, visit-- d pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved poles to an elm tree on the bank ot thence a straight line enst to Benj. T. S. Me- his brtither-iu-laLulbegrud Creek, corner to said Hud- Hudson line to a stone at T. A. Ogden and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for son ; thence with his line with the me- line, thence with Oj.den's line to n Kinney a few days the last of the use, at once, by you. Try it, today. anders of siiid creek S 38.5 E 10 poles, ttonc nt a white oak tree thence up the veek. Write to: Ladie' Advitory Dept. Chttttnoofa Medicine Co.. Chattanoon. Teaa., H. 30 E 10 poles, S 37.5 E 20 poles ; hill with Ogden's line to a stone on the book. Home Treatment lor womea," tent tree. J 57 otSfctal Inttnutloiu. aad Dolbert Christopher, of Lexing 12 E 11.24 poles a corner to thence S. ridge witli John Sea's line, thence with ton, is spending a few days with Dawson ; thence with his line S01W the Sea line to a pine tree in the Fritz 11s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. b. 14 poles ; thence X 88.5 V 27 poles ; Hue, thence with the. Fritz line ton Christopher. thence 62.5 W 18 poles to a stake in the white oak nt the public road, thence child of Mr. The three-yenr-ol- d fork of branch ; thenco up the branch ; with the rond to a stone nt Snow creek pnd Mrs. Dillard Snowden while thence S. 11.5 W 23 poles, S 'jO W thence with the creek to the road at playing Saturday evening had its poles to a stone corner to Shelt Elkins ; she crossing of the creek, thence with thence with their line f the road; the rond to the beginning, with a res- knee cap broken and Drs. Martin thence with the rond to the beginning ervation of one ncre which belongs to and Williams of Clay Oitv were containing 10 acres of land being the liie Snow Creek church and grave yard called in to set the broken mem EBBI ber. Mime land that J. H. Crowe purchased the whole tract containing about 10' of C. 11. Elkins. acres. No 3alsoauothertractinClarkCount , No. 13. Also another tract of land Puckett and .Richardson were i cginningat a stone corner to Hudson's in Powell county known its the T. A. lere this week buyihg cattle. Now la tho time of year when yoa'are In the MARATHON too ret all this. liie and miming a straight lino to a Ogden tract lying on the waters of Bed to thlulc of the car you intend Eli But don't accept our mere statement. For The Estill County Teachers' . . stone corner in Kerr's corner to river beginning nt a point immediateuememDer, wnen you oar. mat we inn-lot- s we can convince you of its truth. will meet at Kimlimit or dollar tor dollar return is the Dowery ; with S. P. Kerr's ly on the bank of Bed river near n wal- Association We a catalogue which reached in cora aelUng under (2.000. When detail,have wealth of mechanical describes, in excellence, brell's chapel on September JjUrli. Km" X 74 W 78 poles y a stone in tiie you pay more, your returns are not In pro- finish the dependable utility standing in the liifo, thence N nut tree and that thamctor-ii- e portion to your lnreatment. iond ; thence with the same S 33 V 31 34.5 E. 36.2 poles to a stone at the end the HABATHON. W. G. Patrick returned Tues- When you buy, boy not aimply a ear, bnt car service. Buy correct design, accurpoles to a stone; thence S3.? " 18 poles .' And lt'a yours tor the of the division fence, thence N. 18.5 E day from attending the annual ate construction and good materials. Buy to a stake in the rond; thenco depart- f'9.5 poles to a stonp corner to Benj Conference of the M. E. Church 'Won't you ask for ttt aonnd motor car yaiue. . ing from the rond nnd running with MAMATBON aotels laelade Torpedo Toarlaa Car, Fore Boor Toar Hudson W.Curtis and John Hudson South at Richmond, Ky. Staaaard Toarias Car aad Boadotar. aad Torpedo and Cotiimu's line 8 74 E 112.4F Ihenco N 49 E. 60 poles to a white oak Rev. Lewis Fryman of Nicholas ., Boadeter. Price Iraaa IUN to 9UTO. ! "ties to a stone corner at the begin-- i thence S. 41 E. 47 jkiIcs to a stake, county was sent to the day City SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, NMhvtte. in'g. containing 34 acres. thence S. fifl W. 50 poles to n stake charge by the Methodist Confer 87.5-W- . 6.44 poles to a stake, No. 4 also a tract of land in I'ovcl' thence S. thence N. 81.5 W. 40 88 poles to a stake ence at Richmond, Ky. for the ountj containing about lOacres on the thence S. 0fl.' W. 13.18 poles S. 2 E coming year. He is a brother lortheast end of a survey of S. J. Hood 1015 S. 13.5 E. 10.88 S. 5 E. 24 poles 8 of Rev. W. P. Fryman, the pas SlJtWRY OF L. & E. TIME TflBLE. I'eginning .it n sW no on the southwest 10 25 E. 10 72 poles ton stake on the tor for the past year who is sent West-Bounbank of Bed river, thence down the Ett'eutivo May 8, 1011. lunik of .Snow ereek corner to David Commissioner's Sale. MAMMOTH the Home Circle and Private Parties CAVE i 52 EiSr at I WEDNESDAY SEPT. 27 bid-ite- 1- -2 to-wi- Write Yaughn's Mill. Bad Spells bed-ridde- cs Cardui Woman's Tonic v, Kimbrell. Not Simply a Car but Car Service ...... tin-Al- e atif las-Car- Ten. Turner X 4.7ft E 18.8 poles to 11, u between huckoyeandhipkory and fork "f branch.cornertosiiid Turner; thence ' V 57.35 pole to a large poplar tret orner to said Turner, thence X 27 4 pules to a dog wood and gum stunp .rner; thence X. 23.75 W 6.18 to sail' Turner; thence to a stone and hickor.v " 'liter: thence X SUdeg. 4 min. E 25.!' to 1, a .tone thence S 27 E 15 liol' s to ( a stone; tliunce S 13 E I' poles to It, a stone; thence S4.75 '4(U Ijo'c to a stone corner at the mouth o the drain on tli" N'orth Hank of Snoi (.'reek; thence down said creek 3.75 W 2. 3 polc to the beginning. No. l. Another tract bounded h ,11. C.roer on the Countv -- oie on Snow Creek on the North side . lead running with Mild fence in Pi mJIi line or .Iinne- - Wood thence wit la d fence to it line of Wm, .Mart hi -- nt nnd inence with -- aid ro el nil L 'to the beginning, containing . ton V-- .aire S. stone unless. W. 0 poles S.9 5 W. 30.2? to West Liberty. 2 W. 43 notes S. 0.5 W 11.'' Some pettv thieves entered the No. 2. pole S. 21.5 W. 0.41 poles S. 55. V 0 s ore of W. G. Patrick Tuesday Daily. poll". S. 8' . 31 iiolcs N. S3.25 7 poles N. 73 W. 10 48 poles N. 65.25 W.( nidit by breaking in the window poleiX. 58 W. 11 poles N. 44 W. 8.8f uid secured about sixty-liv- e M. link's X. 29 W. 12 poles X. 16.5 W. 9 coots in pennies, seven pocket P. mips X. 13.5 W. 6.6 poles to the begin1 :35 57 Eu8t-Bouu- il. d. No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. SI. Daily. P. M. 5:35 No. II. AIo another tract of land er small articles amoutiug to less A reward of it Powell county known its the Nel tli.'ii ten dollars. wenty-liv- e tract beginning nt a stone inn brand dollars is offered for n Taylors line corner to William in 0 nulinn leading to Mm con- thence S. 05 5 E. 50 poles in al' v c mil or the guilty party or 75 poles to a white iwjj ami dogwood. p. i ties. Bunyans corner, thence N. KO E. to a stake, thence X. 13 dec. E. 21 i Shingles for Sate. min. E. I0-- . notes toa stake N 70 W. P. Black oak and pine at nle to n chestnut oak. thence with and Taylors line now Everman's line S. 1' S , per thousand at mill. leg. 24 min. W. IflO iolei to the begin ning containing 85 neres. iiiivcs, tour rums and a few oth :.:. 2:17 2 :aa 2:40 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 !) ) :()0 0:12 :5 0 .27 0 :32 .4:04 4 viH No. 'I on ! i !i Another t- - m Hiniuli' ' y ' ',' .' tlieiiuilnr I re. r,,t, tnH in l'owc iir of Snow eriek . . (),, tin-is- t li i on oiiiumIi. it-l- I'. Curt' on .Mill. Ilie'.-ii- f, i the V- o- ii A of lit ,' . III 'if .;iMi. m ! h iv. enuiayio.i ling continuing one bundled acres. This property will be sold in parcel t ult niireliiiser nnd as a whole, the bid r l ids bci'igto the estate the grentest mount will I." accepted. Piirchnsei vlll be -- eipdred tc give bond, witl pproved security: fm the payment. flbe inircha"e inoiiev, n have tW 'orcc ii m! effect of a Bepk'vin Bond caring legal iiiicri"! front the da ' Sale, aceoiiljiig n nv, 'Udders w ill be prowed to comply ith thee lentu lien will bo on the lend s( Id till all the pur i paid, iii' inoiiev tin"! nn'iible to Mnstc.r ConuiiN ior. 'iie in six. p cue and eigfen IMHIlU. J. T. Sink ley, Nasi, r Coni'i Chill: Ooi.nt . K - Davis k Burgher, Vaughn's Mill, Ky f.:ltt 5 :25 9:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 ll:-.'6 Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Camp ton Jnnctlnn, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & K. Junction, Jackson, Quicksand, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7 :37 4:50 4:37 4 :22 7:19 7:10 7:05 :50 G :43 6 :40 G :25 G :03 5 :10 5 :05 G 4:05 3:5G 3:51 3 :45 3 :30 3 :25 3 :12 2 1 l :57 :50 :5l 1:25 CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will innkt' connection at Lexington with itit- L. it. N. tor Lntiihville, Ky. No. 3 will make coiimction with the L. & N. at Lexington' for Cincinnati, O. BJ tSaaawiaiiaaMMtJ?. yaBfQajaaaamp. aa CAMP CON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1,2. 3 and 4, will make m SaMMyoyr an jajuSfrttrntinat. m unction with Mountain Central Hallway to and from Catnpton. loeexdaslvsly. eUasMeMMMaatiT BEATTYVILLK JUNCTION; Tiains No. 1, 2 antl 3 will make con- iKctiou with the L. A A. Hailway for Itatty villi. (J. ,v. K, JUNCTION: Traii Nob. ti, 3 and 4 will iimke conueo. :vtiim, Willi Ohm it Ivcntucky Kail way for Cannel Cit, Ivy. and ' Oyb K. b tat Ions. CHAS. SCOTT, Oen'l P Al'. I w enr