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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 28, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911092801_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 28, 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 CLA7 CITY TIMES. ii.oo n Year In Advanc. Wc arc here to help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .1. n. Hunjher, Publisher. VOL XVI. Why The blectlon Was Called. CLAY CITY. KYMj THURSDAY SEPTEMBRE 28. 1911. 1 NO. 3l The people of Powell county will I'h called upon Saturday, tSept. HOtli to decide whether or not liquor shall be sold in that part of the county where liquor ;s now sold, and that portion of the county to be efl'ected is Clay Dity only. Should the wets win liquor will continue to be sold as it is in Olay Oity only the rest of the county will remain as it is dry. the purpose of this article reasons why the county should vote dry, and in doing this we want to give tirst the reason for the election beitis vailed. The principal reason is because of the sale of liquor in Clay City on Sundays and the sale of liquor to boys. Sober It is to give people whom it has become a nuisance to are not wit nesses to the charge made here butoircumstan-tia- l evidence goes to show that the law is being 60 violated. Had the liquor law6 been strictly adhered to, the election September 230 would not have been culled. We here charge that evidently the law forbidding the sale of li- quor on the Sabbath day is the law against the sale of liquor to minors is violated; the law forbidding the sale to known inebriates is disregarded. The violations of these laws lias led to the calling of this election. For some time drunken men on the Sabbath tjays are a common vio-late- d; ' ".thing. Wb' mustf.paBsnheW-ly.-inin 'fence corners us we no and vome from church on Sunday, while, any day in the week except possibly Sunday, we have seen boys known to us to be minors, go in and out of saloons,evident-lfor the purpose of drinking it quor. 'They are seen Men go from on the highwavB town on the public highways y k T beastly druitk, cursing, whooping ers have asKed us to encourage nllfl dlimit ...p. iifl tlinii illiquid ' their young ...... ........ it ir .... ....... to sons minors ...o, which mukes life for the people stay away Clay City and living in the country hideous. their homesi that the intemperSuch conduct renders a quirt, ate society ilf Clay City may not peaceful life for sober people in lead them to ruin. Someof these boys are in (Uher states, but their the country an utter inipossibi ity. They have sought relief parents tell Hs it is a sweet conthrough the extension of local op- soling thought to know they arc so many hundred miles away tion to all purts of the county. The report has gone out that instcad'of being in their own the cause will win by a big ma- homes where the drink temptaTo relieve jority. Over confidence has re- tions are so great. sulted disastrous to many a just the situationjvoto dry Saturday. cause. The whiskey people,. we The above article, while true, are informed, are carrying on a is written without malice to any secret campaign and many who bar keeper ill Olay Ciiy. We beyou think will vote dry may be lieve it niay.jbe the intention of turned at the critical moment. some of the saloons to stick pretShould out; hundred dry voters ty close to the law while otherB remain at hojne because they are said to pay but little respects think they are sure of winning to the law. Regulation is imposany way, the cause is evidently sible, so we n list vote the saloons lost. It is possible that one hun- away from us Saturday is the dred of these men may do tins. time. Jf Every man for local option must T Bridge Contracted For. be present and vote to win. rtie city Council in session Thirty thousand dollars a year is being spent in Clay City for li- Thursday night closed i deal with quor. We think this is too much the Brackettjpridge Company of money to go that way in this Cincinnati, Qfcio for a bridge to old Clay City part of the country. 1'oor wom- cross the river.-aT.'-span wijjl'be 144 feet long en and children are siill'ering for It wil food and clothing because father with 12 feetroadway. stand on sojjd concrete abut must drink. Mothers arc broken hearted i:: many homes because ments on themtv side of the riv er and stand-othe cliil' on the their sons must drink. county side Tw- - the river. The It is a sad and pitiful c mditii n wnen mothers must unnatural bridge willftr.built jointly be- ize theirsel vfes to the extent tliat tween.the city and county at they take joy in getting their owYi cost of $2,40floV The qouuty at dear sons from the faniilv.circle tnttTtuey- mav nave nopea oi court wilr .ratify the contract made by the city. This bridge fhetn being removed from the efl'ecfs of the alluring temp- when completed will be the best tations of drink such as is held out bridge iuthe county and certian to them at Clay City, at the same ly seems to be a bargain, though time nut knowing but what con there has been a decline in the ditions where they go are also of market value of steel. Those Vet they who have had the matter in hand of the worst nature. gain great satisfaction in the be- are to be congratulated on the lief that conditions can be no spleudid bridge they have pro worse any whereelse Some moth- - vided to be erected and also for the low price they have secured. fj-o- -- The Rev. .1. C. Ilanley, Pies-- general election held in said Counident of Stanton College, deliv-- ' ty, it is therefor ordered by the ered a splendid address at the1 Court that T. C. Hull, now siierill Presbyterian church last night of Powell County, Kentucky, open polls at each and every voting in the interest of the pending In-- the precinct in snid Powell ' County, cal opMon election. Kentucky, on the 150th day of Sept. P.ill, for the purpose of taking the We read where Albert Welch, sense of the legal and qualified votof Ladoga, Iud. has purchased a ' ers of said County as a unit, whethfarm in Montgomery county. Mr. er or not spiritous vinous and malt 1 j I j Welch moved from Powell conn-- 1 liquors shall be sold bartered or ty to Indiana about one year ago loaned in said Powell County, Kentucky. and guess he has enough of .1. II. Hnrdwick, .1. P. C. (.'. and will move back to State of Kentucky, ) auu Kentucky. Sorry he isn't comCounty of Powell. ing to Powell. I, James Woolery, Clerk of tho County Court in and for the Coun"Fit for the Fray" ty and State aforesaid certify that Is what is said of onr ready-madclothes for children. They stand the foregoing is a trur and correct, copy as it appears of record in my the wear and tear of child-lifand olllee. Unlike the Children Given under my hand this ":U Themselves, do not run away when day of August, 191 1. washed. A look through will eon Jas. W. Woolery, C. P. C. vinceyou. Mrs. J. W. Williams, Ky W. G. Frazier. I), c Clay City, Ky. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Hoos-ierdoV - - m e e j t e n - il f In compliance with the abov. order I will cause to be opened a vs. poll in eaeh of the voting precincfH Powell Countv. in Powell county, Kentucky. Sep Petition from each and every vot- tember 30th. mil between the, ing precinct iu Powell County hav- hours of (i and 4 o'clock to take th.i ing been duly filed iu this Court by legal and qualified voters of sai l order of record on the 1st day of county as to whether or not spirit-ous- , vinous or malt liquors shall be August, Hill, asking that an election be held in each and every vot- bartered sold or loaned in said ing precinct in Powell County m county. T. C. HALL, the :)0th day of Sept, 1911, for the Sheriff Powell county, Kentucky. purpose of ti.king the 6ense nf the legal and q"alified voters in each Oo Right Ahead. voting precinct in said county upon Our wall paper sale is one of the the proposition whether or notspir-itnUWe aro vinous and mult liquors shall big events of the season. be sold, bartered or loaned in said showing the beautiful things which Po wall County, and this the earlier in(the a first regub-- r term of this Court' af' higher'price'and now only costs ter the term which said petitions were filed, and it further appearing The reason is the Fall Stock, to the satisfaction oi the Court that each f said petitions is signed by The b"nefit is enjoyed by all. more than twenty. five per cent, of We'd like to sell more paper tothe legal and qualified voters of each morrow than any time this week of said precincts in Powell County according to the vote of the "ast Mrs. J. W. Williams, Clay City, Ky J. E Burgher, J B, be-'ni- i, yeaij.-oomrnand- ed ut two-thirds. Order for Local Option Election. I FIT and STYLE is what you get when you buy a Corset with the brand of The Rev. Louis Fryman, the new pnstor of the Methodist church is a married man, and he and his wife will occupy the par souage. J. P. Ringo who bus been occupying this property has moved to his own property ft the western portion of the city. Word received yesterday from J. H. Burgher and Mrs. A. M Burgher inmates of the Good Sa WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are LORAIRE on it. We strive to please in every our lady customers way always supplying them with the best for the ey. mon- maritan Hospital at Lexington brings the good news that they are doing well and hopes are en tertained that they will soon be able to return home. Mrs. J. W. Williams will Imvo something iu her store the week of October 10th that will interest every lady in Powell county. this Read her advertisement week for particulars. t Mrs. 0. W. Duncaii, of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. who has beotfin such serious condition for some time is improving nicely since returning to her ionic from Clay City. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. We have found it other lines in in If you are not the line of Corsets. In of goods already one of our many pleased customers, come round ome day and give our place a look through and let ue price you some of our goods. They willopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. we are leaders STYLE, QUALWhen you. ' ITY and PRICE. want the BEST at Reasonable Prices you know to go to James Hotmail, of Uowen, is iu the city. Dr. C. B. Dickson, dentist, will be in Clay City the week beginning September i!5 for the practice of Ins profession. Hed River Ho Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you Hvo in Clay City or near our ttore wc will "deliver the goods'' SHIMFESSEL'S. tel. The Times and For the convenience of our sub you. scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices Some voters are for O'Rear be below mentioned : cause he has all along been so Courier-Journ- al If you want a decrease in drunkenness; if you want more money spent in Clay City for flour, meal and bacon, and less for liquor; if you want a more PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. peaceful and quiet life; if you Subscription rates $1 a year or three want larger congregations at the years in advance 2. churches and bigger contribu tions in the box; if you want J E. burgher, Publisher. brighter and happier homes in Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. Powell county, go to the polls Saturday and vote to get the sa Sept. 28, 1911. loons away from Clay City. Thursday, If you are not entitled to a vote ask CLUB RATES. some one to vote that way for THE TIMES. 11.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 cause, not that they can get any 90 more done for the cause by elect Louisville Herald Governor McCreary Home and Farm 75 ing him. " Inland Farmer 1.00 will do as much for temperance " American Farmer 90 any day as O'Rear. Then why Southern Agriculturist 75 not keep O'Rear where he is and elect McCreary to the Governor's DEnOCRATIC TICKET. place. Two good men in office beat one any day. For U. S. Senator, A Democrat whiskey man was OLLIE M. JAMES, of Crittenden county. heard to say in this city recently For Governor that as both parties were fighting JAS. B. McCREARY, their interests, the whiskey peo of Madison county. ple would lay low aud not vote For Lieutenant Governor this fall. This man knows that E. J. McDERMOTT, his party will do ns thev are of Jefferson county. pledged to do, where can you find For Attorney General a Republican whiskey man that JAMES GARNETT, will not vote for O'Rear? Why of Adair county. does he do it? There is a screw For Auditor loose somewhere. HENRY M. BOSWORTII, of Fayette county. outspoken for the temperance New Treasurer. The city council met in called session two nights this week. A. T. Whitt resigned as Treasurer and Dr. Wm. O. Martin was to fill the vacancy. Mr. Whitt made a good officer and his resignition was accompauied with a check for the amount in the treasury together with a report from the time he entered balinto his official duties. The ance in the treasury is $4,80.00. The Council reluctantly accepted g Mr. Whitt's resignation auer every effort possible to get him to withdvaW bis resignation. So much money in the treasury speaks much for the present city .,npil for their economical ad- .::,t..tinn Dr. Martin is a man well qualified for the place and will maKe goou in una He is a man fully worthy the trust imposed upon him. us-inVvo-tion. It is against the law now to ble in all business transaction und huut anything but votes and will financially able to carry out any oh. ligations made by his firm. be this way till November 15th. Waldlng. Kinnnn & Marvin, How'a This? O. Wholesale l)i uggintc, Tub-do- , We offer One Hundred Dollars inHall's Catarrh Cure is taken Reward for any case of Catarrh ternally, acting dirt-oilupon thn that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca- blood and mucous surfaces of the tarrh Cure. system. Testimonials sent free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Price 7oc per buttle. Sold by ull We, the undersigned, have known Druggists. F. J. Cheney Tor the last 15 years, Take Hall's Family Pills for and believe him peifectly honora For Treasurer THOS. S. RHEA, of Logan county. For Secretary of State C. F. OREOELIUS, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian county. When talking to Democrats, O'Rear says there are no nation For Clerk of the Court of Appeals al issues involved, but when talk ROBERT L. GREENE, ing to Republicans he says it is of Bracken county. very important that the Reppb- Col. J. W. McOulloch, the mil icans carry Kentucky this fall as lionaire Owensboro distiller and it will have a great influence in President of the Kentucky Dis carrying it for Taft next fall. tillers' Association, who opposed Our assessor's books in Ken O'Eear's nomination and said he tucky show less than would uot support him if nomias much money on deposit in nated has come to his relief with banks than the bank reports show. a big subscription to the Repub- All the assessments are sworn to lican campaign fund, after a con and so are the bank reports. A ference with the Judge, and is lot of lie swearing rests on some asking funds from others. He people's shoulders. has been made chairman of the The editor of the Courier-Jou- r Finance Committee in the 1st and nal is charged with saying, "No 2nd districts. We are loath to say O'Rear is not sincere in the Prohibitionist can be a Demo of the county unit, but crat." The editor of the Times why is he having so many con- says every Democrat ought to be ferences with the whiskey people a Prohibitionist and every Prohi and why is it they are all so bitionist ought to be a Demo strong for O'Rear and why are crat. they all so willing to loyally supIn prosperity we have always port him in his race? a full supply of friends who quickly disuppear when their help The Republican platform in the is needed tlie most. After .our (rubles are past these friends will State of Maine last year said: "We believe in prohibition und appear again and say, 'why didn't demand the faithful and impar- you let us know of your troubles that we might help you.' tial enforcement of the prohibitory law, and are opposed to reThe man who is for local op submission or any measure tend- tion when he is with ns and a- ing to the repeal of the law which gainst it when he is with whiskey has done so much to promote the. people is otteu seen just now, and is but little tlmugi.t of by moral and material welfare of the either side. people of this State." Lower Taxes The Democrats were elected would be a must desirable change, up there on a pledge to repeal the prohibition umendmeut of the hut since thut seems to he out of State Constitution and did it by the question just now, the best thing to do is to save tax money by the small majority of twouty-six- . making your purchases at We are ashamed of our brethren . one-tent- h For Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. How about that road working? We must not get so interested in politics as to forget that our roads if not attended to immedi ately will be in their usual miser able condition when the fall rains begin! Overseers, get out. your crew and put your road in order at once' if you have aSt al ready done so. Freight Rates Increased. Since coming under the con. trol of the L. & N. the L. & E haa hfisn making many changes nrmo nf them, however, has done any injury to business until the increase in freight on raw proa-uct- s was made. The increase in is (500 Der cent or. .no inatnnr.pR The rate on rough lumber from any point on the road to Clay City has been 16.00 per car for all size cars. Un OU,UOU pound nnnnnitv cars this was one cent per hundred pounds. The rate is now raised to 6 cents per nonnds or 886.00 per car to Clay City. This rate takes place October 1st. The.,rate oi o.uu has only applied to material which was to be unloaded here,remanu-fantiireThe and reshipped. huti-drcd During the Week of October 10 th we will have on display a grand line of Millinery, Cloaks, Caot Suits and Skirts. withdrawal of this route is i death blow to our planing mills the spoke factory and other pros pective plants. YoinPfeed the Services of a clean, Strong, pro-gress- ive MRS. J.W.Williams s. ban k. We need your and your Cari't we fiinc'ship b u s i n e.s get together? USE mm rh MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, Do. it now! CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK. Mfg'd Very Serious It to a very serious nutter to ask for one medicine and have the. wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you'ia buyisg to fee aafafel to get the gewaiae Bread and ies the woman is who has made them from Hove Mats' flour. Sue cess in bread or cuke biking is always sure to follow wliVn you use this liiu'h arnde and. satisfactory flour, old every whete. bv J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Thi Myirs Pitint Mop Wringtr BLACKDRMiGHT Ltvtr MffilfiT The reparation ofthie eld, reHe-- M in Maine. Williams' Two Ston-a- Farmers Atteatlon. A bail man utlvocating a good Are yon going to Texus? If ho, cause is on the right road to re- consult me bofore going. Will save form und should bo encouraged you money, fill invented will save rntlinr than censured. K. L. $blwfeel. you 100.' digestion end liver troubb, ia firmly established. It does nst iaaitate ether medicines. It to better thaa others, or it wald aei he the favorite liver powder, with a larger bsm Haa au outers coertaan Fa OLDWIOWN saediclae, for coaettaaUea, ia 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 so dry that there is hardly any moisture left in the mop. The floor is sever left streaked, as you are always using a clean mop. Thu machine is very simple to operate and requires no skill, 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 with any other device known. The pail sets on the platform and ia 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 oi our machine will convince you that its work to perfect We have yet to Ui a aisiatlil amtmir. If yew dealer eees aet aaedte this Hep Wrtofer,wrtte dinct to as. MYKSS VRMMM M. MtMffVf Mthkwki ll Y. THE. TIMES. AN AI,L IIOMK-MADK l'A KR. Mrs. Eliza Gutter, of College Mrs. Cora Wilt-oStuart, coun- Hill, and Mrs. John ilislc, of .t.v Superintendent of Kowan Richmond, came over Friday to county, visited her sister, Mrs. E. visit Mrs. Win. Ware, who con- j li. McGloue Friday. tinues very low near this city. Forced to Leave Home. n Not Sisters Now and again you see two women pasting down the street who look like sisters. You are astonished to learn that they are mother and daughter, and you realize that might to bo a woman nt forty or forty-fiv- e at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it so? The general health of woman is so intimately associated witli the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red checks nnd round form where there is female weakness. "UOV.AL TIHIItSDAY, BREVITIES, .... Sept. 28, 1011. to Oklahoma. He has a daugh- '.o go to another climate. But ter and two sons now living this is costly and not always sure. Miss Gertrude Vollmer will Let Dr. There's a better way. there. Stanton College next wook. King's New Discovery care you at on-tcr Every year a largo number of W. E. Hellin, a former prominent citizen of this county will poor suireret. whose lungs are sore shortly move from Clark county and racked with coughs, nre urged A Dreadful Sight ISiirnum, of h'reeville. N V., was the fever-sorthat hod Lucy Daniel plagued his life for years la spite Misses Carrie ami Grace Tipton of many remedies he tried. At of Winchester, are visiting rela- last he used IlacklenV Arnica Salve tives in tlio city. and wrote: "it has entirely healed with scarcely a scar left." Heals Dr. Martin reports the birth of Hums, Boils, Eczema, Cuts, BruisVU girl to Mr. and Mrs. Clint Cup es, Swellings, Corns and Piles like September Kith. th magic. Only 2oc at Swunn-Dais vis- Lumber Co.'s store. Ed King, of Edina, Mo., iting relatives and friends in this J. Taylor Day, a wealth) brothand Clark counties. er of Floyd and John C. M. Day, Miss Bi'sse Miz., of Smnpsel, to II. Mo. is visiting lier cousin, Miss home. .1. ble," .writes W. R. Nelson, of "It cured me of lung trou Cal-amin- e, e , 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 guarmteed for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Croti all Throat and Lung troubles. n()c and 1 Trial bottle free Lumber Co.'s store. Women who have suffered from this trouble have found prompt relief and cure in the use of .Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It gives vigor and vitality to the organs of wnmnchood. It clears the complexion, brightens tho eyes and reddens the checks. g No alcohol, or drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription." Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter is held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address; World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce Pres., Buffalo, N.Y. habit-formin- y atSwann-Da- y Buy John Potts .and family will shortly move to Hamilton, Ohio where Mr. Potts has now gone. The fall meeting of the Fiscal Court will he in session for a day or.two beginning next. Tuesday. Miss Beatty, of Beattyville, spent a few days with Mrs. W. T. McGuire the last of the week. Mrs. J. B. Eaton and son, John, returned Monday from Georgetown, where they have been to visit relatives. Elders J. T. Turpin and C. H. Petree, of Hazard, are engaged in a revival meeting at Pov ell's Valley church. John D. Tipton and fnmily, of Stanton spent a few days this week with Mr. 'and Mrs. Kobt. L. Tipton near this city. The weather has been very warm this week notwithstanding the weather tuna's prediction of cooler weather and frost. Mrs. James A. Fox have returned from a two week's visit to their daughter, Mrs. S. Mr. nnd S. We'll Show You. doubt the goods you ought to buy, we want of Hazel Green, has bought interest in the Mountain to show yoi. If you have any Central railroad, the narrow doubt about the place to go, we'd gague road running from Camp-to- like to tell you several things about to Campion Junction. The our line. Full quality, great vaAll we say is road will be extended from riety, low cost. backed by what we do. Campton to Hazel Green. Williams' Two Stores, 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 and failing in are weak, health, day by day, but you mut work ns lony as you cut stand. PLANTS. 6TRAWBEKKV What you need is Electric Hitters to give tone, strength, and vigor to Asparagus, Blackberries, 5 your system, to prevent Incakdown Raspberries, Roses, lihu- and build you up. Don't be weak, . barb, etc., , s sickly or ailing when Electric Bitfree catalogue. Write for ters will benefit you from the first We have no agents. dose. Thousands bless them for glorious health and strength. their H. Try therh. Every bottle is guaran & Sons, teed to satisfy. Only f0c at Swunn- T)ay Lumber Co.'s store. KY. ! LEXINGTON, If you have any one-thir- d Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and . n Cultivators FROM- WJ ) run-dow- n TREES. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, F.llllenmeyer Winchester, - Ky. If you want see your dollars magniCAPITAL STOCK. fy and increase R SUKPIiUS AND UN as you spend DIVIDED PHOFITS. to them, wh 13 SIOO.OOO Cut-Pric- e 100,000 Witt,. at Lexington. y , Elder Z.Bali is assisting the here, We'll ive you the most for pastor, Elder M. P. Lowry in a them ; we are sure of this you meeting at the protracted need only try it once and you'll be Vaughn's Mill Christian church. Cash Grocery, too. sure, Williams' Dora Wood returned yesterday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in llobertson and Nicholas counties. Malcolm and Wildy Hiley, oftJarlock, 111. arrived here Thursday to visit relatives and attuiiithe of the old 8th ftvVnttioky which he (lid at Irvine Saturday. re-uni- spend them THE Winchester Bank. or WlNCHSTBH, KY. N.IIOI.L.Y WlTimiWI'OON.PllEN, OaSHIEK. W. R. Hl'HAH, J J (CLEARANCE Clay City, Ky. YOUK ACCOUNTS SOL1CITKD jj SALE. HARDWICK and CO. If you are interi'fted in saving mnnoy, take idvuntajiM of this sale. Our loss will be ymir gain. The following.lines .Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Women's will g( in this sale: Mioses' and Children's low cut Shoes, Millinery goods, all Summer Dress Goods, Men's andlJoys' Huts, Women's and Mishes' The following will Neckwear, Sewing Machines, itc, &v. : VT V TTTT rssw i . t. ssCTs"SM?TK'5T"Sr'i i j.p.riAUPPiN, Watchmaker 5 Will Suielhurs is at l.fjnjbard sawing for tUu Clijin, Limiber Je however will not Company. sever liis connection with. Company, but u hen they get ready to start J ' up again: ' . re-tur- Jeweler. sssss wMsssHSftssssvlsssSH n Kee Indo, aticdj-- U, Nancy Eddy, imed 11(5 years wuro J. is and Mrs. THE HOOS1ER SPECIAL, SAVES MILES OF STEPS FOR TIRED FEET B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. give you an idea of the prices we will make in this sale - Une'ot- MEN'S $21.00 suits (or 18.00 suits for 16.50 suits for $14.00 12.00 11.00 SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for suits for married iiihi;is.iitiu county recently. Though li s .hi'Me ,vus exactly four times as ol l and had been married live tiim's before i thurj and had no ukiu the groom sum lie uiuriied her for t-- Agent for Powell County for the most complete cabinet ever offerd the public. Jewelry & Spectacles. Call and see me in $9.00 4.50 12.50 suits for' 7.50 the l&d Full Stock in Store River Hotel Building, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Boys' Suits as Follows: M.00 suits for $1.50. $5.00 suits for 3.00. U 50 suits for 2.50. 2.25 suits for $1.25. 2.00 sutt6 for 1.10 Women's low cut shoes as follows: 84.00 ones at 3.00. 3.50 ones at 2.50. $3.00 ones at 2.25. 2.50onesat 1.75. In'the cheaper grade of low cuts forWomen, Miss-eand Children the prices are cut the same per cent. $30.00 Sewing, Machines at 22.50. $25.00 Sewing Machines at $17.50. If you are in need of a buggy, it will pay you to see our line We are und get our prices, for we can save you money on them. both Fish liros. and Mitchell wagons, and can sole agents for also stive you 'money oh them. s' love. j MillikanBusiness School Lexington, Ky. Nut a Word of Scniiiial marred the call of a neighbor on BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, Mrs. W. I1. Spanuh, of Munville, TYPEWRITING, Wyo,, who MMhlT'Vhe tok' ine Dr. King's Ni'W I,ift Ii Im hud cured This 6chool has turned out hunher ui oicuhiute kiilii'.y trouble, dreds of men and women who am) made her feel like a new woare successes. It will make man." Easy, but.tmrt) remedy for a success of you. 1 Electric Bitters Succeed wbsn everything else foils, la nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme nsaedy, as thousands have testified. stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Lumber, Only 135c at Swann-DaCo 's store. y Wiite for Catalogue. FOR KIDNEY (LIVER AND STOMACH TROUILE k is the best jtttdickis ever soli over s druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. j SPOUT SPRING. Sholt McKinnoy chester Monday. was in Win- been visiting; relatives a' Winchester, returned homo Monday. have THE DRY FALL OUTING TO Mr. and Mrs. Wills from Lex. Born, Sunday, September 24 to ington nro visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Barnett, a Mrs. G. W. Bush. They formerson. ly resided ut this pht Marlin Curtis will shortly move Mr. Wills preached nn interto the form he recently bought of esting sermon at the Christian Johnson Harris near Kiinbrell. church Friday evening. The atMiss Corda Kirby who has been tendance was unusually large so low with typhoid fever for sevThe revival nn eting, which eral weeks is now pronounced held at thc( 'nistian church out. of dttnser by her physician, is prospering nicely The attendDr. Martin. ance so far has been good ; much interest is being tul en in this Mill. work ml it i hope that many shall be gru tl benefitted and Miss Bessie Mize from Missouf hi ins;. blessen tie ri, is visiting; friends and relatives on Hardwick's Creek. Miss Grace Shim fessel lias :e at Lexington. Mr. Bert Crime and sister, who MAMMOTH $565 All Expences A GRAND Round Trip From CAVE I For the Home Circle and Private Parties Lexington A ml alt wiiyStal inns Regular Train 8:40 a. m. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 27 This includes your beard and admission to at Hotel only $6.50. OUTING. Vaughn's the several routes in the Give. THREE-DAY- S One evening for a promenade or dar.ee. Write or phone L. & N. Ticket Agt. nn-tet"- ii FREE 30 WOT X2SL2E222 Win. Morton, Sr. was down from Bnwen this week and renewed his subscription to the Time? and paid ahead to January 1014. Couldnt Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." j XYS TRIAL EHT OWE REP IH MVAMCE. Der ckson is visiting her d:iuilit r, Mis I uh Der Ms B. J. 7 you. nTMfKUKO. niprorstlua Myond tua skaoow 01 a qouds u Prmn II Faketal-- r Direct ta icksmi in Lexington? Heavy Increase In Coal Output. lit r aiis a notable uetivity in Knt ck.-'- coel mining in 1910 1 s &?,54SS! jfiV &5b&& r$rSi-JP.$iY AdlcrOissnionfireettial. pro. .,.nr tbtpiny i$V bal.Tayoabiiy- -il lint, J $ij?m according puli'ic ly Unt d Stales Geblomral Survey The total production of the Sta e was 14 028 819 short tons; viil rd at $14.4(5.887. asajrainst 10,037,884. short tons, valued at to figures just made E. W. Parker, of the Cardui Woman's Tome Ve have thousands of such letters, and mbe are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give It a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a mit lion ofhers. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly . and surely on the womanly organs. .. n- ,l ;il J iu it is a gooa tonic, try 111 xuur uruggi&ii acus ii . The Piano and Org as Maker CVSUS L. ADLER Trust You 1 m TIM NlthUngtfo of Organ MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've butted the hot !r babblajof the dealers, agents and middleman of thla country by sailing direct to tna homes at tba una prlca they former paid mo tow my organs. SEND ME YOUR NAME whether you want to boy or not and IH send yoa free of charto end poetpald the most wonderful Korean book and burins; plana yon arer saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the beat onran but do not rire yoa any proof. Ida. and aere lathe proof. I own my own timber lands, sawmills, dry Ulna and factory. Idonotharato pay one penny of profit for lumber or milling. Tha nrofita that other mannf actarara nay to lumber and law mill. I nnt lata ear Adkr Oraana. (The Nightingales of Organs). Thafa the reaeon my organ la bettor than any other make. Another Proof I I guarantee my arcana for SO years, wbfcnaa others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years. Don't this mean something? My selling plans are tha fairest, simplest, safest and easiest ever placed beforo the American public. In that I grant my customers all the time they want, arrange their payments as it salts their Income and circumstances, giro them reasonable extensions of time If they can't meet taelr payments and charge them no la teres t. Ask acme of your Belghbora who dealt with mo about this. That's the best proof yoa can get. 1 would just as aeon giro yoa J1.000 in gjld if you can duplicate this proposition. t to the operators and miners in Keniu' k , . articularly in the western Id. luu g the six monrlis of nileness ii the other S nter- jJ.eMlinent over HiidAtislwillc Iiail-1- 0 the u from the weSt'eru Kentucky increaspiT nearly 70 per i ce t er the 'corresponding peal-be fit-I- $10,079,917. in 1005), a gain of 8 025 l)8o s ort 1(.ns, or 80.7 per (j nt in qu ntitv. 'in d of $4,82r,-97pnr en . n value. o4 The stoppage of. work in the coal mines affected by the gen-- e al strike of 1910 was of materi0, .2 .... X Writ: to: Ladies'' Advistrr Dept. Cbattinoosa Medicine Col, Chattanooga. Teas,, book. "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. 98 lor Special liutmctions, and riod in 1909. en, who worked an av 21 iluys. Labor disaf-fee- t ions in the KiirncKy mi us were limited to thort stiikes in 14 mines. i" one of the lending Ken States in minim: eoul by the use of machines and ranks next o Ohio in the jiercentnue of output to the total production. In 1910 out of a to. tal of 14,023.819 short tons. tons, or 04 per cent, woie 11 MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) Human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life time and it won the highest has a tone nearest to rjrizent theSt. Louie World's Fair, another oroof nr orrans ara the beat. Krerrbodv ia burins an organ these days and everybody Is buying an Adler on account of Its high quality, wearing qualities. etyljanci reputation. I am Blltn memler less tnandeaieraarrfi agents are selling cheaper gradeorgana and when you stop to think and realize that when you buy from one of these middlemen you must pay his profit, time, salesmen's aalarics, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whole tot and stands before you as the kiiig of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working day and night; grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and customers, HbTt treatment I handed out to myindefinitely. now numbering over 75,000. Whenever I sell an They're stood tha test and always will. Quality A. It nella a dozen mote and so on always wias out. During 1910 the coal mines pf Kentucky gave employment to itJjj(i fmge of 1 Not Simply Now Is a Car but Car Service I I y 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 Before I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, as I ana doing now exclusively, I used ta sell to dealers only, but when I found out that they sold my organs for twice and three times sa much fui they paid me, making the poor people bleed for It. I was thunderstruck and quit. I sent out thousands of notices telling them they couldnt buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct to tho homes, savin tr them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. Ja round numbers I've saved my customers (over75.0Xof them) at least S2.625.000, all of which wouij have gone to the dealers had I sold tho organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. machine-mined- . tae time of year when yoa'are be- - In the MARATHON 70a get all this. yoa, intend ginning to thins: of the Bnt don't accept oar raereataumenc For Remember, when you bur, that the abso- we can convince you of its trutH. dollar tor dollar return ia lute limit of a cataloyje which describes, in We reached in cars selling under frVXX). When detail,bare wealth ot mechanical excellence, tho you oay more, your returns are not In pro- finish and dependable utility that character-li-e portion to your investment. tha MARATHON. When yon buy, buy not simply a car, but car service. Buy correct design, accurAnd it's yours for the asking. ate construction and good materials. Buy sound motor car value. Won't you aik for it t MAKATIION models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door ToutIbh cr NOW' MY PROPOSITION Your Piano m .' -- TO YOU la slnply this. X will hl,yeQ,on90dsrifrMtrlal(anyortaayoa wsat, ea say raaaoaable tarns yoa mayiaiist, Js.t a. It suits your i&coma aad cltcamitaaeai. II yoa step II at tbt cad el Ibe Irtsl period, which I laaw yov Willi yon eta psy all etih er a small asm dawn aaa tba balance naoatbly. quarterly, aemliaanaally or any etb.r rsaaoaabla way. II at any lima yea caa'l m..l a paym.nl whsa It's da. I'll tlsdly si? e yoa a reasonable sit.nil.n el time. Tea oball not laconT.nltnca yoari.li by buying ea Ad!.r, lor I'm going to miko II tba aaalaat porcbs.e yoe er.r made. I'll charge yoa no laUr.it as olh.r organ rata are dotag. II yoa don't a..p my organ cao.oli'a notaa reprssaatas. yoa caa ship II back at my an ponte and I'll pay y.a evtry c.nl yoa paid I.r f rIgbi,.o you will lose eliolutaly aolhlog. Farlh.rmor.. II at any tins wlthta a ysar, my ergaa dos sol bold ap to or.ry claim I mad., on caa ship II back at my azpsoM aad I'll r.tura tojroe ov.ry dollar ol lb. purcbaio price with g par cat. Int.r..taad all Ir.lgbie paid, I caa agr.a le da Ihli kocaa.a I know how my ergaaa ara mada and ps.lllt.ly kaow Ih.y always make 'y 'MlaLtalLtM b. 'FgsaaaaaaaaaaaaH9rflsaaaaaV 'iflaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Tssas Ny Piano My high Offer-- Thc Greatest 1 grade world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand Pianos ca t bo had my factory on the same liberal direct from buying plans as applied to my Adler Organs, In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and finish they have no superior, if an equal, and, I can savs you 1100 to tlCO. They are artletio In design, built to last a life time, have a tone as clear and pure as a bell, and a wonderful, easy, else-tls 50 YEAR GUARANTEE goaraat.o all my ergaaa lorlOy.ari. eom.tblog no otatr ergaa man will do. My guaranUe bead la tha atroogc.t er.r wrltua and II yoa will ask your bank.r er any al my local kankaar the editor alibis papar aa to my reliability, yea will be sold thai I ant as aoand aa a rock, that yoa can aaf.ly enter late any traa.actioa with ma and that all ol my d.allaga ara aa tba aaaars. 8ad ywar name lor catalog aad buylag plaai. Ton will be aad.r no ebllg.tioa wbataf or, Stool aad Instruct itoa book git with at ary ergaa. CRYUS t ImirU of l:! in 1828 2:17 foul from these niiues .trrivcil mid'that from 1821) to 2:3.. 2:40 18!!4 probably front 25 to !(5 boat eucli vear. 3:0.5 loads were The boat loads averaged about 3:15 .3:21 1,750 bushels, or (JO tons each. 3:28 ':)M7 Shingles for Sale. Black oak uud pine hi &i.5f) and 3: 4:04 mill. 82.25 ptr tlioiis.ind 4 ::0 Roadster. Prices trom $1,300 far as the records of earh cniTTnrDW . mrrvrni? ivnmrc TUachviiii coal production jn the Ui itei States are to be aecepted. Ken tucky vh3 the third Stale to en terthe list of regular coal pro SUfWRY OF L. & E. TIr?IE TflgLE. ducers According to one of the KttVctive .May 28, Hill. early reports of the Kentucky Geological Purvey, published in! No. 1, 1888, the first coal produced in t No. 2, No. 4, btllt""1S- Dally. the Stuff wits mined 111 1827 on Daily. Daily, "the right side of tlu Dumber-laA: M." river below ,tlifl tumuli of P. M. A. M. Linrel." TIip Mjiin report says Lexington, 8:60 So Eiist-Bouiu- Car. Standard Touring Car aad Roadster, and Torpedo to $1,700. tbb l. West-Bound. No. '8, Daily. tliHt five-boa- et 7:2d 8:o:j 8:18 8:32 8:50 U:IIU 9:5 9:12 9:27 11:32 Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Indian Field, (JLaY CITY", Stanton, 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:19 7:10- P. M. 5:35 4:fi0 4:37 4:22 4:05 Itolyn. FiUnn, 3:56 3:51 U ADLER, Pres. Adler Mia. Co. touch. Guaranteed for 25 Year Stool, scarf and Instruction book given with every plana Send for catalogue and buy Ing plans. I Y MAIL I TEAS THIS OUT. I slake a cress ia the circle for organs or pianos or write your name and address on a postal card or in a letter, stating which you want piano or organ dee cription. Uon'lcncloae any stamp. I pay all charges. Writs plainly. CRYUS L. ABLER, Proa 2903 Omtnut St. Louinlll. Kj. Llavip &i Hurulier, Vaujilii.'H .Mil'. Ivy 5:i9 ):U 0;ni 10:57 11:25 ll:l5 Camptou .Tiinctlon, Naiural nridjje, Torrent, llcati.vville .lot. . &K. Junction, .Ini-ki-n- 7:05 0:59 0:43 3:46 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:2& 3:30' 6:40 " 0:25 0:03 5:10 6 :05 - ' Quicktfaml, I want your O organ book. V cription of yourpianoe. I want pictures and full de I pruiupw y oUaioad In all J. issgrauti.ui SuJ iwlJ.Vjll-4i. nai oa I Horn. Name lua eaelualTcIf j Address County , SUte.. ! I Tbt idler rKlfy-rt- 4H la tie WorM j Clay City . Times. ID, SWIFT ;? PATENT LAWYERS, n 303 S;veuth St, Wwfclngton, D. C. t vMHsaaMHMaM CO. V wn i 1 renu in aiampa lor Inralual J txxik Whim oiki will par. How lu urt a iiaitnrr, WUnl law aul wliar valuabla Inluriaitluu: SANK 6t 1'TlOtO. lot MlrsalNOIS. J. I CONNECTION'S. 1 will mke connection ut Lexington with No. 3 will ninke ciinntetinn tloi 1,. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. with the L. tV N. t l.exiiitton for 'iiieinnh tl, O. make con OV.Ml' 'W. .IIJNCM'ION: Trains Xiw. 1, 2t 3 untl Kfi-witn Abiiintaiii Central ItuilWay to and from Camptou. HI5A TTV Vil.LH J UNCTION: and 3 will make con- Tihiiih Nos.'t, niih he L. ic A. Itailway for llHuttyville. & K. Us'CIION: I'ml-- n Nos. 2. 3 and 4 will iuhku eoniieo- ailw.y for Cannel Citt, ICy. unil Hon iiih Ohio .t Iveiiii'inKy LEXINGTON: Train No. 4t-vw- ill 11 iion 1 U. it K. L.tiou. C'.IA. SCOIT, Gfii'l l'M)Vr AueiU. V.V