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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 5, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911100501_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.): October 5, 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 CITY TIMES $1.00 ii Year in Advance. We are here to help Clay City, the SnrroonJing Cuantry and Ourselves. .1. 1'-. Burgher, I'uMishcr. vol. xvr. THE ELECTION. CLAY CITY. KV.. THURSDAY. Land Sale. OCTOBUE o. 1011. Hunting Season Closed. X. .,.,, 10 but 6 and 0 votes respec-livelThe dry vote is nearly four times that of the wet vote. The vote is so overwhelmingly ,dry it is not likely,thut any ttemptV' will. be .made to contest were , rett, ill' Irvine, were guests of friends here over Sunday. The local option election passed Mrs. W. (5. Pitrick of But little' of quietly Saturday. is visiting her Mrs. over half the vote of the county Benny McKinney, at Flanagan, was out. Many seemed to he sure Clark county. of the result being something like The Kstill County Teachers' what it was and remained at Association which met with the home. school at Kiinbrell Saturday was The vote by precincts is as a pronounced success both from follows: Wet. a point of instruction and enterDry. tainment. 1 33 Virden, 39 171 Stanton, Best in 5 Years. 2 33 North Fork, A farmer of authority in this 17 county says he believes there will 82 Bowen, 01 125 Clay City, be more corn raised in Powell 40 county this year hun there has 08 Hardwick's Creek, 5 53 Slade, been raised in the county for five 3(5 0 years. The drouth of the early Roger's Chapel, part of the season u Horded farm-er(504 171 an opportunity to thoroughly work their corn and this has not 433 Dry majority, been case before for more It will be seen in Virden pre- than the years. Especially is five cinct that but one man voted this true on the river bottom wet. This is said to have been and on the river hottor voted through mistake by ouo of land, is where the. most of the land the strongest dry men in the corn is always raised. It is to be county. In North Fork it will hoped that the farmers of the also lie seen that the wets could county will furnish all all of their muster up but 2 votes, while in land?' that was cultivated tHs Slade and Roger's Chapel there year with rye for a cover crop. Kim-broi- l I s The dog crop in Kentucky re there mains on the average. were 143,(580 doss reported to .tnis vear. State Auditor F. P. James for This report mea &&zmY::r: It been killed or died for the want lias oeen uuue uereiuiure. of being killed are paid for there is said the saloon folks will contest the result of the election. remains about 50,000 to go into .We should think it would take a the public school tunn. considerable sail to contest an The Rev. Louis Fryman, the election in the face of such an new pastor at the Methodist We do church. nreched his first sermon overwhelming defeat. not anticipate a contest. in this city Sunday morning. He delivered a splendid sermon and SPOUT SPRING. was well received by his hearers. 1011. T. S. McKinney was in Irvine We believe Bro. Fryman, is at the election, Powell County is entitled to in behalf of the right place and Tuesday on business. citizens ot Clay Uity we extend one voie in said Delegate ConMr. and Mrs. Sherman Gar to him a meet hwitj velc me. vention, for each and every 200 Democratic votes and every fraction over 100 Democratic votes cast in the Presidential election of 1008. All Democrats aie urg erl to be present. This 30th day of September, 1911. By order of the District Chairman at the same time and place is what you get when you and under the same ruling there will be delegates selected to meet buy a Corset with the brand at Irvine Octobor 10th, to select of. a Democratic nominee for of this tho 73rd AIRE LOR district to bo voted for We strive to please on it. at tho regular November election. our lady customers in every By order of the Powell County way always supplying them Committee. There will also be held at the Court house in Stanwith the best for the monton on this date a Ma68 conveney. We have found it in tion to nomiuattt a candid ite for Sheriff to till out the unexpired the line of Corsets. of the retiring bherifl. Twenty-ninthSenatorial The hunting season, on all It. will be seen from the call The Commissioner's sale of several tracts of land in this anil sorts oi game, inciuuing ranmts that tie Democrats of this conn-ansquirrels, dosed Saturday, ty wil meet at, tlu. Hm,.5 Clark counties near Log Lick he? September Kith, until the quail ' lt, Stnntoll Saturdav to nominate ing the lands of B. B. Ilutsou deceased was fnade at Log Lick senson begins on November 15 a candidate for Sherill' and to seFollowing are the A few years ago the Legislature lect and instruct di legates to a Thursday. purchasers for this land : .1. W. passed a law prohibiting any district convention at Irvine nest Our best wishes arc Ilutsou bought 72 acres, for $530. hunting of any kind during the Tuesday. B. F. Berry purchased 100 acres two mouths preceding tho open lirst that good men will be nomifor $330. C. p. Daniel secured season for quail. This was done nated for all three offices an many people would go second that the strongest 310 acres lor $3,400. T. W. Ab- - because mci bott got 7(5 acres for $187.50. J, out hunting under the pretext of "ill be nominated and that theso W. Hutson obtained 124 for $500 killing rabbits, squirrels, etc., may all be elected. The mo?t candiBen Unison was the purchaser and would also kill quail before prominently mentioned of 124A acres for $2,150. W. W. the law was out. In order to date for Senator is the Hon. The Chism became the owner of the stop this the law was passed and Hugh Riddeli, of Irvine. it is now regarded as prima facie only candidate for Representaremaining li) acres for $170. evidence of guilt to even be tive so far we have heard of is A. NOTICE. caught in the field with a dog and Faster, of this city. These men are fit men for the place and two gun billing these two months. men cannot be found anywhere At a meetirig of the Democrat that are more worthy of support ic Committee! of the Twenty-nintLeg Broken. than these two gentlemen. We Senatorial District, held at Charlie Barnes, of Furnace, are for them. Richmond, Ky., on September while leaving this city Saturday In the Sheriff's race in thif 28th, 15)11, it was ordered that sustained a broken and dislocat- county A. 1'. Johnson, of thiy Mass Convention be called by ed limb while going down the city, and II. T. Dericks-or- , of the Democratic Chairman of the Tilden hill on Hardwick's creek Stanton, are being mentioned. counties comprising the Twenty the mule which he was driving Either one suits ik: and are of best material in the t....n:y ninth Senatorial District, for ti.e started to run when Mr. Barnes the the place. for purpose of selecting delegates to jumped from the buggy. In attend the District Convention jumping he threw all his weight The Powell Fiscal court, reto nominate.aDemocratic eandi on one foot which struck the gardless of its political complexdate for;State Senator. ground sideways causing the ion, has our heartiest indoise-men- t bone to become dislocated, The Democrats of Powell conn for the way it is shutting ty, Ky., arej therefore, notified the leg bone protruded from the down on the numerous question-bal- e clniniB. that a Mass ' Convention will be socket of the aukle and broke held at Stanton, Ky., at the through the skin. The smaller do Right .Ahead. ,a in Court- hpuneYSifeV Satujdny,.Octo bone pf the leg ' Our wall paper sale is one of the 'tier 7th 1011, at" 1:80 o'clock p ouo or two places. We are big events of the season. m., for the purpose of selecting showing the beautiful tilings which "Fit for the Fray" delegates from Powell County to Is what is said of onr ready-madearlier in the year commanded n attend a Delegate Convention to clothes for children. They stand higher price and now only costs a- be held at Irvine, Ky., on Tues the wear and tear of child-lifand bout day, October 10, 1911, at 1:30 o' Unlike the Children The reason is the Fall Stock, clock, to nominate a Democratic Themselves, do not run away when The benefit is enjoyed by all. candidate for Senator in the Next washed. A look We'd like to sell more paper to through will conGeneral Assembly from this, the vince you. Mrs. .1. W. Williams, morrow than any time this week District, Clay City, Ky. Mrs. .1. W. Williams, Clay City, Ky to be voted for at the November d 1 The Democratic Convention. h an-kl- e - wa?-broke- n e I ! e two-third- s. i. 11 jVi WALDRON & JOHNSON, f:7 FIT and STYLE Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and 3 are selling the goods to our largo trade and they tell us they are Rep-resentati- Leg-islati- Saving Money. You can do the same thiug. If you are. not term already one of our many pleused customers, come round 'ome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our In otheKlines in "of gopoV we , are leader STYLE, QUA!;,; When you 1TY and PRICE. want the J. H. O'Rear, Ch'm Dem. Com. Powell Co. Ky. Luther Loving, Secretary. J. H. Burgher, whose serious illness and operation at a Lex ington hospital has been noted in previous issues of this paper has grown sufficiently better to bo able to be brought, home Sunday. Mrs. A. M. Burgher, who also huB undergone an operation at tho same hospital will also Sunday. This, will bo glad news to their numerous friends here and elsewhere. re-tur- ts goods.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. BEST at Reasonable Prices you know to go to Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our 6tore we will "deliver the goods'' S3 SHIMFESSEL'S. n m bolt and vote the Democrat-.in- . ticket: that he is a tremendously hour of his ly.ls.v"nfanV tha't day is devoted not;only to lusdis tilling business, but his various oth rCill.lSUKI) EVKKV TllUKSDAV. er manufacturing enterprise. 1 he concludes that it is in .Subscription iitesSl a year or three years ii advance S;i, consequence of a mutual tinderst ind- inn and that O'Rear has made the J. 11. Burgher, Publisher. necessary piomises to secure the li Kutered us M'coudclii8 mail matter. quor vote. jUimlil Mesj-enger Thursday, Oct. ft, lflll. . CLUB RATES, lior tiio convenience of our sub--- e ibers, we have arranged club rates tin- - utli following : jujierd at prims 1.00 1.10 00 75 below mentioned The Tijiks and Courier-Journ- al " " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louir-villHerald e Home and Farm " " 1.00 It land Fanner HO American Farmer Southern Agriculturist if DEHOCRATIC TICKET. For V. S. Senator, OL.dli M. .l.AMKri. of Crittenden county. For Governor .TAS. 15. McCKKAKY, of Madron county. For Lieutenant Governor K. J. McDHUMOTT, of JeiTerson county. For Attorney General JAMKS GAUXKTT, of Adair county. For Auditor HKXliY 51. HOS WORTH, of Fayette county. For Treasurer TMOS. S. ItllEA, of Lokuii county. For Secretary of State C. F. CUECELIUS, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction - fcBAltKSPALK.! IlAMLETiy y-i- -' ' ' of Christian county. For Coinmissioner of Agriculture J. W. 'NEWMAN,' of Woodford county. ,' For Clerk of the Court of Appeals U015EKT L. GUEEXE, of llracken county. ' $ioo Reward, $ioo. We must not become so enThe readers of this paper will be grossed in politics as to fail to put our roads in good repair for pleased to learn that there is at the winter. Some of them have least, one dread.ul disease that scinre come tu bad condition for the has been able to cure in all its sta want of attention. Overseers, ges, and that is Catarrh. Hall's please attend to this at once. Catarrh Cure is the only positive Good roads are of more impor-twic- e eiire now known to the medical frato the people of Powell ternity. Catarrh being a constitucounty than any state reforms tional disease, requires a constituHall's Catarrh tional treatment. now before the people. Cure is taken internally, acting dithe While O'Kcur and his party O'Rear says he doesn't want rectly upon the blood und mucous surfaces of syMeiu, thereby de U- arc shouting for the County any money contributed to the nit measure and temperance one Republican campaign fund by of their papers admits it is the distillery people one day and the negro' vote alone that keeps ev next dav starts a distiller out to cry county and city in the state collect funds for him. This man In fact, it is O'Rear is getting real funny of from going dry. conceded everywhere that the late. negro vote alone is responsible Flour has taken another adfor the present wet territory in Kentucky, for as a rule, to al vance of 10 cents per hundred; most a man of them thev always coffee has gone up 2 cents per vote for Honor. In (Jlay (Jit.v IKinnd a:id sugar is "out of sight" we know it to be a fact thah on while meal stays at ;?1 per busliel. lv two of them could be found When can one recall a time in the that, would sign the petition cull past twenty years when a living .ng for the local option election was harder "to buy than now? which" was held in this county More evidence of the RepubliSaturday. This being true why can's "Full dinner pail". does not the Republican party Farmers Attention. declare in favor of removing the Are you going to Texas? if so. eniifP of the wet territory by (lis- - consult nie bafore goim;. Will save fiMi.chisini, tho ncuro? Far be you money. 810 invested will save that from them. They will not you $100. R.' L.'Shinifessel. part with the colored brother's vote to make every man in the Lower Taxes State a prohibitionist. would bea change, but since that seems to be out of A Republican exchange inpos ition to know says that, the Re the question just now, the best publicans in the three years they thing to do is to save tax money by have been in ollice through the making your purchases ut Williams' Two Stores. medium of the State Board of E qualizatiou, and etc., have collected $78:2,GS;UJr more, money than the Democrats did in three years of their last administration. They have, eh! Well please atop and tell us whut have .they done with the money. The most-desirabl- ' I stroying the foundation of the disand giving the petient ease, strength by building up the constitution and niistliit nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers thnt they oiler Une Hundred Dollars for any "isc tint it fail-t- o of testimonials. cure. .Semi for Addr- e- !'. .1. Cheney & Co., To-- I ledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists ."ic. Take Ibill'i- Family Pills for eon-- ' htipaliou. li- -t - During the Week of October n we will have on display a grand line of Millinery, Cloaks, Caot Suits and Skirts. KISKXES rrt Treasury stays empty and the each State goes further-itr'deyear. Keep on your figuring. It is making Democratic votes us fast as you make your iigure's. bt You fNeed Services r MRS. , It is a conclusive, fact' that is playing a double hand in rjhis campaign as did Willson four yjiurs ago. His pretensions on tie county unit proposition is to get votes. All the while, he has boon whooping up the county plank, he has iieen winking at the whiskey people and a wink i? all the whiskey people want. There is no Letter evidence of this charge than that ho has chosen J. W. MeOulloch, presi-deof the whiskey men's association of Kentucky to finance his campaign. He says he does upt want a dollur of this fund frqm the whiskey men and at this juncture he gives them another wink. 'The Owenslioro Messenger has the following to say on the O'-lio- ar it Clarence Woods, a life long Democrat and former Mayor of. Richmond, who is so strongly in favor tif temperaii'.-- that he sacrifices every principle to work for it, the latest of his cuts to come out gor O'Rear must feel some chagrin at his chieitain loeking-Hrinwith the whiskey men to secure campaign funds. lu-in5 IS of a clean, Strong, k. We s need your frir.c'slip and your business. Can't we .ran? vwanr --c ymn wm lmiwro nt "Uncle" Joe Cannon led the of Representatives as Speaker at 81 and did a good job, went homo and was by his people. They tell us House McCreary is too old to be (Inv- get together? Do it now! uxrc HAW $ MILLS 22223; Jm, . entor, yet he is ten years younger than the man they elected Speaker of Congress. FOR CLAY CITY PROUD OF HERCASCfSS, ' ' ': SALE A NATIONAL D A IV T matter: 'They knew that McCulloch pri- Splendid Farm. A V by marily is a distiller and nianufnc-turer- ; that he i a politician only ipjthe sense that it affects his thut for years he has been fighting the. "county unit" bill; that he has periodically given up Weeks and months of his time to'go lb Frankfort to try io defeat the "county unit" bill; that ho has it iieen the most potent inlluence in (lie Republican party in opposition to the extension of the local option law; that ho is immensely rich, liberal, resourceful in any enter, rise ho. undertakes; that he was bitterlv opposed to O'Kear for the Kepub llcan nomination for governor; that h'o openly declared that he was for his business liist and the Republican party second; that he threaten-oif O'Kear wa nominated hu busi-tifss; d money where prijerly ban One bundled acres of this luipl will grow good tobacco, This land is susceptible to division and will make two good farm. Tins is a bargain 'for souie "one. Come quick a till' place. must be olU at once. Call at the Timed oflice. make farm of 'JlOucres, well improv- I j ed, 'Al miles from Clay City on public road, convenient to eluirclies, school and postolllee. Good dwelling of 8 rooms and 2 porches. Nice, iMfg'd young orchard und excellent spring in the yard. Good Imrn and other It Is a very serious matter to ask necessary outbuildings. Tenant for one medicine and hav o the D wrong one given you. For this B house on place. About all in blue reason wo urge you in buying to gras. Some tillable land and tim' be careful to CJI cet the genuiae ber on the place, and all under fair fence. There are in all S never failing sprinL'x in different parts of BUck-daIgH- T the place This is a aood place to Liver Medicos ltre.id and pies the woman is who ha- - made them from lion: .Vii i. Siici'.csh in bread r enke Hour. lnil.iii'' ic ulwiivs sure to lollou-whei- i you nee this high unole and satisfactory Hour, sold i.vcry w lieie. J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles," Ky. I The Myers Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer id tho only macliluu over invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only talces out the dirt and leaves the mop clean, but it wrings it so dry that there is hardly any inolsturu left in tliu mop. TIiu floor is never kit strcalieil, asyuuuro.Hlwny.tusluguclcaii ump. The m acliinois very IiMp!utoo'ir.itOHinlrc(iiireanubl:lll, as anybody can usu it, man, woman orclilld. It is U labor saver, us one person will do tliu work tpjickur and butter tliau tlin o with any other de vice known. Tho pail sets on the platmria and is not attached to the machine and can be moved ut uuy time. It is always ready for use and there are no parts to get out of order. A trial oiuur machluu will convince you that its work Is perfect. We have yet to And a dissatisfied customer. If your dealer do not handle IbU Hop Wringer.wrlte direct to u. MYERS WRHMER died. nsdiciss, !:t cir.:i!.uj3, l.v digestion and liver trouj';. ii fln. ly established. It doss n)t imitate other medicines. It la better than others, or it would not be the fa. The reputation cf this old, relia-b- l: (l jS vorite liver powder, with larger alo than all ethers combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 I CtM Miiwfri, MlMwkk N. Y. THE AN ALL IIOMK-MAD- TIMES. B I'AFKIt. at the Orphans' The Administrator's sale of tlin burned lo th? mound household goods and personal ef- Tuesday uisiht. The oriain of the fects of the estate of .1. W lire is not known, but jjones, deceased, will take place wan accidentally IlivdNiy chicken at his late residence Wednesday, Oct. 1J, 1911 at 10 o'clock a. in. thieves. The barn limn? WiH Remedies are Needed A)i)AL TtlUKSDAY, brevities. .... Our. r, 1011. W. T. McGuire is in Jackson this week on buni ii;ss. Corn cutt ing and sorulniii) mnk-are n occupying the farmers just. now. atten-tio- Ike. Wiler took a large drove of cattle to his Clark county farm from this county this week. wilvp. N'o one has ever made Imlin to com pure with ointment or Huekleti's Arnica S.ilve. li perfect healer ol Cuts, Corn. SeaMs, Ito Is. Burns, limi-iUlcers, Kczcma, Salt, Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Ch:ipp.;d or Sprains its supteiiie. iled for Tiles. Trv it. Only 2oc Lumber Co's. at Swaiiii-IaH tin-ms, Un-ri- v y It's Equal 0n't 12x1st. Averts Awtul Taajjedy. CONVENTION. 0. J. Swope, of West Bend, A mass convention is hereby was here Tuesday and renewed called to meet at the court house his subscription to the Times. in Stanton on Saturday, Oct. 14th, cool mornings are re- 1911. for the purpose of nominat These mindful that frost must he near ing a candidate for Sheriff of Powell and then winter a little later on. County to be voted for at the No vember election under the devicp of William Mounts, Jr. is back the Log Cabin. All good citizns, to the city from Natural Bridge. regardless of their political affilia The season at the bridge is about tion, are hereby invited to attend over. said conventirn. F. B. Blackburn is in Cincin- By order of Powell Countv Repubnati buying the fall stock of lican Committee. goods for the store of Hard wick Is The World Growing Better? fe Timely advice given Mrs. C. of Marengo, Wis., (I. No. 1) prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. Doctors had said her frightful cough was a "consumption" cough and could do little to help hei After many remedies failed, her mm urged her to take Dr. King's New Discovery. "I have been using it for some time," she wrote ''and the awful cough has almost gone. It also saved my Httl. boy when taken with a sever bronchial trouble." This matchless medicine has no for throat and lung troubles. Price 50o and 81.00. Trial bittle free. Guaranteed by Swann-DaLumber Co. y Were we perfect, which we are not, medicine would not often be needed. But since our systems have be come weakened, impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages, through counties generations, remedies are needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses. To reach (lie scat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is nothing so good as Dr. I'ierce'e Golden Medical Discovery, a glyceric compound, directed from native medic. inal roots sold for over forty yenrs with great sati.fsction to nil mere. For Weak Stomdch, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach slier eating, Heartburn, Bad Ureath, Belching of food, Chronio Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements, the "Discovery" is a and most efficient rtmedy. lime-prove- n The genuine ham on its outside wrapper the Signature You can tafford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this medicine op known composition, not even though the urgent (feeder may thereby make a little bigger pro6t. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver aad bowels. tiny granules, easy to take as candy. Sugar-coate- ) Buy Co. at Stanton Powell county by a voice of the people in an overwhelming majority is dry again so far as future operations are concerned. Sollie Martin will sell all his personal effects and move to Missouri. The sale will take place in this county hear Log Lick October 12th. There seems to have been some trouble with our scliool of late which we trust was settled at a joint meeting of the Board, the e teachers and the pupils-Buddi- Crow, of Spout Spring, was here Monday and had bills printed advertising a sale of live stock crop and etc for October 19th. See sale bills for particu- We'll Show You. If you have any doubt the goods you ought to buy, we want to show yoi. 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 Many things go to prove that it is. backed by what we do. The way thousands are trying to Williams' Two Stores, help others is proof. Among them Clay City, Ky. is Mrs. W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, good health by takN. H. Finding ing Electric Bitters, she now advises other sufferers, everywhere, to take them. "For yeai. 1 suffer ed with stomach and kidney troub-le"Every medicine Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, she writes Roses, Phlox, etc. I used failed till I took Electric BitEverything For ters. But this great remedy help ed me wonderfully " They'll help ORCHARD, LAWN and OAR DEN. anv woman, rheviethe best ton OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. ic and finest liver and kidney remFree Catalog. edy that's made. Try them You'll No Agents. Lumber see. Sec at Swann-Da7 H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Co's store. va-riet- Farm Implements, and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators FROM- Fruit and Shade Trees! .' Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. y LexiBgton, Ky. If you want to see your dollars magniCAPITAL STOCK. SIOO.OOO fy and increase SURPLUS AND UNas you spend DIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 them, why, spend them THE here. We'll give yon the most for P them; we are sure of this you need only try it once and you'll be sure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, jjj N.HOLLY WlTHEHSl'OON, PllKMi jj Clay City, Ky. lars. H. F. Hillenmeyer and Sons have their fall announcement in this issue. Everybody who owns a piece of laud should have their catalog which they-enupon request. d Cut-Pric- e Winchester Bank. CLEARANCE Card of Thanks. We extend our cordial thanks and appreciation to all who so promptly and kindly came to our aid, upon the occasion of the K YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED H SALE HARDWICK and CO.f in saving money, take advantage of tills sale. Our loss will be your gain. The following lines will go in this gale: Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Women's MUse' and Children's low cut Shoes, Millinery goods, all Summer Dress Goods, Men's and Boys' Huts, Women's and Misses' The following will Neckwear,, Sewing Machines, &c, &e. give you an idea of the prices we will make in this sale: burning of the barn at the Orphans' Home. Miss Lea, Miss Kennedy, Miss Stamps and the children. -' who have been paying exorbitant prices for brooms w ill not be pleased to IloHspkeppers J.P.riAUPPINJ t lTHB HOOSIBR SPECIAL SAVES MILES OF STEPS FOR TIRED FEET Watchmaker 5 Ifynu nre interested Jeweler, m t T learn that there is little prospect for a decrease in price. The crop of broom corn this year is small and $200 per ton is talked of as the price. Corn is selling at 11 a barrel in B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., Scott county and farmers are J. U Agent for Powell County for the feeding milk to their hogs. The moft complete cabinet milk diet is proving a good one, ever offend the public. inatiy hogs haviuggained a pound Full Stock in Store. a day for thirty days and one pounds a day for and each day of the succeeding one-fourt- All Kad of Watch aad Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of MEN'S $21.00 suits for 18.00 suits for 16.50 suks for $14.00 12.00 11.00 SUITS. $14.00 8.50 suits for suits for Jewelry & Spectacles. Cad and ace me In the Red X River Hotel BuHdlnz, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. tS.OO $9.00 7.50 12.50 suits for 4.50 Boys' Suits as Follows: suits for 84.50. 85.00 suits for 3.00. 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: 84.00 ones at :i Q0. a.50 ones ut 2.50. 83.00 ones at 2.25. 2.50 ones at 1.75. In the cheaper grade of low cuts forWomen, Misses' and Children the prices are cut the same per cent. SAO. 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 and get our prices, for we cau save you money on them. We are sole agents for both Fish Bros, and Mitchell wagons, and cau 'also save you money on them. h mouth. Gives Aid to Strikers. MillikanBusiness School Lexington, Ky. and BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, and TYPEWRITING. refuse to work right. Then you thoseil pleasant little strike- This school has n do turned out hun breakers lr. King's New Nife dreds of men and women who 1iIr to give thorn natural aid and are successes. It will make gently compel proper action. Exa success of you. cellent health soon lollows, Try Lumber them. 25o at Swanu-DaWijte for Catalogue. Co's store. Sometimes bowels seem lo go on a xtrike y 3 liver, kidneys Electric Bitters nenrow prostration and female wctknessM they are ike supreme remedy, aa thoBsamU have teetaiad. lay Bnccctd when imjtnlni else fab. FOR KIDNIYJ.IVIR AND STOMACH TROUBLE k la the test medicine ever sold over n drufgiet'a counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 7tT.r4 a Car but GcV. Servfo. Viv ! lh'! tl'ii? or ""cir v?l'en you'on1 w. In tho MAK.VTiiO.N jou got oil this. s .iiinp to li.intc of the car )ua lm.i.d. lint ilnn't nrccr' on,' lcrestnlenicnt. l''or nu i Inn. K..11. nhrr, wIhmi jou ljuv, that thi nbsn-In- t.' ivo tun convince joj oriU truth. (.f ilnllnr )ir ilcllar ritrrn is '..inn n tatal"ajj which We W tvicV.'more,rtstl.lni? u:Ur 12,'jO.'. In i' n d(tai!,have wc.ilili w mechanical describes. In excellence, the on ia .uy t mi- -jour returns are not finh-and dependable utility that character' Investment. j V!itH jrr.u Lay, buy tint slui'ily r nt,-b- ut ho the UAIUTHON car service. Huy corro t deshrn, accir-nt- e And it's j ours for the asking. ur.il cood materia'.:, liny iiHi. trt;'.'!.-'!Doucd motor car value. Won't you ask for It f Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring AlARVHWK moCcls Cor. Standard Touring Car and Roadster, and Torpedo RoadNtcr. Trices from 81,500 to f 1,700. SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Term. met tni 'inrd Winter Ahead. it fioin "Uncle" Horace IhIiiimmi, it champion weather iiiophe of all sizes, iif;is mil eights, it is miinji to bej ute ii1' ilio coldest and longest, lit-tie m ers that ever checied tin; hearts of tin' coal iniMi. lie cor-- r if ly torccawtcd the bllzunls I'f IHMi, mill hits Hindi! ninny other trnu mill inipiirUnit weather Jlu buses his projjnns-licutns upon tlic movements of tars. He says w c w ill have snow full in October mill tlnit Micie will be n:c im tlic streams l,v the He says he I'irli of November. lias been studying tlie stars lor eiulit oiulit 3 ems, and for a iii. tiler of a century har been permit in: tin- public to slime bis it si ie weutli'-- information. Tni;1 s. W' ri- ti day late tin's week on account of other business mutters pressing us. - I A rear end eollission of two freiulit trains on tbe V. 0. at Winchester killed the eninliictiir! of on rain and injured the lire-- ' man and eniriiieer of the other vV I I train. Caveat nml CODTMtflit KiTlav iMiTrd. ftfiid hkficb, MoIp1 or I'hoto, for rAicntpract- FRIC REPORT on pateniamitty. Hire,iivnwwe lw rxciURivriy S.rnl 3 ivnti In tainpi for InrtlaaMe book on MOW TO OBTAIN ftlld SELL PATENTS, WMfii onri will pat. How to uTt a partner, p,Uint Uw and other Taluabla lulorniatlooe prnuniuyoMAlncillnallcountrleaOIINOPIIe huh i' Shingles fur Sale. Black oik and njine nt SS.fiO and Siliii per thuus.tnil ai. mill. SWIFT & CO. C303 S venth St., Washington, SWCXI PATENT LAWVER8. D. I Davis fe ill ruber, Vatipl.n's Mill,- Ky 1 - -- LIGHTEN YOUR KITCHEN CARES SAVES MONEY. HEALTH, TIMC ND TEMPER 77 I - -- 1892 I tUSPUN ALU MfNUM WARE i r X. s. (SVS FREE NOT OWE RED YourOrgan Some Dry. "Ssy "Good Bre" lor- ever to :ooltins ttoubles by throwing away your old lust corroding and ing. scaling iron, tin and enamel ulewili. Re place them with 1892" Span Aluminum Ware. UV.yfili&V$ C CENT IN ADVANCE. Wi''V:," ? 'fPU From My Factoryl'llprovethls Direct to . "IU saves VV .' "H"i?;t' beyond the$35 to $50. of a doubt If v shadow v'' i'."','. .' JJT.st.lJ you will let ins ship you one of my f4Ma& ISSSB. 'wfeT?rfrrhSTMlHft' I H BfSjjJftl VHrdSl IsWvi SSUiSMmmSmmSSfW - j jl. ADLER Tbe Piano and Organ CYRUS Here is what n Kansas editor 'ins io say: "Li's so dry hen tbat the iioii urc Jrniiii: ;iroiiti(l with their tongues hauin.u out ; ice lias lo be soaked ill water al! niidit before it is wet eiinu;b ti uiilp b'tnoiuule; the catfish kick up so much dust inhe bei' of the 'river that rhe river has to In sprinkled before yon can Hl inn; a spaiK iiom ine con niivi I -- Good MoroflBfl lo a million ha ppv housewives who have found kitchen satii (acoon in ihe only wan thai will not lvV v,l, nf tIMf I oor scorch the motldainry. lood. a V it m m IT IS GUARANTEED FOR 25 YEARS et (ire to a pond mid burned in i lot nf bull frot.' bel'oie the lit' I IT S WORTHW Hilt: TO T. J. KIRK JL NOW ON EXHIBITION in VESTIGATE could heoxtinjMiished ; houroi.u is so bar autl dry that ctaulisl Holes in the lov'pbiiieinre bein. up and shippeti fur as SlliyifltARY Kast-Bollni- Piilied l"P'.''' Maker I UU Tka VIllMlfuiala of Organ 5T MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've busted the hot air bubbleSof the dealers, agents and middlemen of this country by selling direct to the homes at the same price they formerly paid ma for my organs. SEND ME YOUR NAME whether you want to buy or not and lU send too free of charge and postpaid the most wonderful orga booK and buying plana yoo ever saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make, boat organ but do not give you any proof.- I do. and here is the proof. I own nor own timber lands, saw mills, dry kiloa and factory. Ida not have to pay one penny of profit for lamher or milling. The profit that other manufacturers pay to umber and saw mills. I put la to say Adler Onus. (The Niirhtmgalea of Organs). That' the reason my organ is better than any ether make. Another Pro .f I guarantee my organs for SO years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 yean. Don't this mean something? Hy selling plana are the fairest, simplest, safest and easiest ever placad before the American public, in that I grant my customers all the time they wast, arrange their Dsrments as it suits their income and circumstances, sive them reasonable extensions of time 1 they can't meet their payments and charge them no interest. Ask seme of your neighbors who oeait wt'n me aoouttnis. mat a me rjeat prooi you can gee, I would just as soon give you 51, uw in g jld if you can duplicate this proposition. 1 1 Apples in Meiidc County. l. Ill Meade (Joint ty, Keiilin-ky- , here 'hi' I til is piair i.nd cheap No. 2, No. 4, Daily. a farmer said to his wife : "Which Daily. would ini rut tier, for ine to take ,M. A. .M. n policy for l I OF L. & E. TlrIE TgLE. West-lbnin- EUVctivc Muv "is, lilU. Stat ncis. No. , Daily A. M. No. :; Duily P. M. "iir 1 MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) hit & tone nearest to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life time end it won the highest Dr ZUUE th St. Louis World's Fair, another rjroof mv onrans im thA heatL Rvarvhrnl v im hnvinir an S o 'tun t heso days and everybody in buying an Adler on account of its high quality, wearing qualities, I i reputation. li st. jan IameellirurthemferlessthandcarasndagenUaresellmgchespergraaeorgans n:u wien you aiop 10 rninic ana realize inas wnenyou ouy iromone ox tnese miuaiemen you must hi.H profit, time, salesmen's salaries, store rente and other expenses, my offer means a whole lot I3 a id t inds before you ns t ho king of money savers. Hy world's greatest organ factory is working day and nieht. grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and liberal treatment I handed out to in customers, now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I iwll nn Adler. It olU a dozen more and soon Indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality always wiaj out. 73,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 to si'll to dealers only, but when I fund out that theyaold mvororan for twice and thr timpn & much us they palii mc, inaklnc thj poor people bleed for it. I was thunderstruck and quit. I sent out thououndu of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me, that 1 meant to sell direct to tho homes, Ravin? them the enormous, unroaaonable profits and axpenaea they were charging them. Villa tamo to them ui a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers Cnvcr 15.W0 at tlx m) nt let-a- t $3,635,000, all of which would have gone to the dealers had I sold tho tn.'ans throush then. Vou surely appreciato what this means. Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU jour In com, tad clrcumitaacei. II yoq kivp It t thm eoj of tbo trUl period, wblcb: I know yoq will, yoa ran pty lt tt$h or ft im.U iutn down tnd tbe btlsnco moDthly, qurttrly, mi.tnnii.lly or any othvr rcMonablo wy. If at auy tl;ni yon can't mtet ft paymtat win a lt'a dut , I'll gladly you ft raasonabla cxteulon ol tltno. You iball not lnconrcBteuco youncll by buylog an Adler, for I'm going to mako It tho allot purcliaio yoo mr mado. 1'lt cbargo you no lutvmt aa other off an men ar dolo. II yon don't kitp my urian bo cauao li'a not ai reprtitntod, yon van tblp It back at my x panao and I'll pay yuu iiTcry cunt you paid for freight , 10 you will loao aliolutely nothing. Furlhvrmort, II at any time within a year, my orgia dooi not bold up to every claim I made, you can ablp It back at my expense and I'll return toyo'i very dollar ol tbe purcbaee price with 0 per cent, tuterett and 11 freight! palj. I can agree to do this became I know bow my organs are made aod positively know they always make food. li limply tbli, I will ihIproa,on30d7ifrMtrIftlfujortDyoa wnt, on in rftonblt Uraii joa utyafe.t, Jsit It suits T:2(i I e.xintiton, 5:Un S:50 MoOO .S:o;i 4 :fi0 8 :()5 Vinchester, I She chose the appl orchari!. L. & E. Junction,' ' 7:51 8:18 was set out, areuv.well. 2:M'J ' 7::7'. Indian rVlttV, 4:22 J::2 but in n few y.itrs tbe fanner 3:ti."i cS:() CLAY Cl'i'y, 7:10' 4:05 died. The next year the orchard arl.'i !:(;() Slantoti, 3:56 7:10 3 :51 7 :05 ;!:,' ISoslyii, i):r me into lull Jieariiii: and r (i M 3 :45 :5:2.S FiImui, 0:1 widow sold tbe erop of apples for (! :43 3 :30 !):27 ('aiaploa .Innctlon, :!:4? f U'tOil on the trees. For uiiiu :J :o',' 0 :40 3 :2f. :i :::2 Natural liridjie, ier of eais since the crop- - o' t'.m ii :2." 3:12 Tni rent. (i :'J3 ipide- - btive bri.uuht her in from 2 :51 rcntt villi' Jet. O. & K. Jtincnon, 1:57 id:.".: 5:10 $500 toifSOO peryoar. The posi- - o:l'.i i 1 :n( r :.'.". 5 :t)5 .luck son, n re in .Meatb' (Mi ics of ipple 1:25 (J'llekf.iiil, 11:5 ud Urecl:iiiriili;e coimiie.- - an-- i rOXNKCTIOXS. :i enter than Keniiicki in- - have 'I'ruin No. will inke connection at Lexington with LEXINOTON: uy :i tta of. Oitli i vat ion. prim-ii"- - I.. A. N. Im Louisville, Kv. No. 3 will make connection nil, It'c.linu the laud and spray with the Ij. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. nt; the treT are needed as much OAMPI'ON JUNOTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con hi K n uc.kv as in Wasliiutoii. witii .Miuintiiin Ontral Railway to and from Caniptou. H ( Jz tvKf.,Viriniu or elsewhere, HKATTY VILLI'. JITNCTION: .Train Nos.' 1. 2 and 3 will make con- nit wih pinner im tjili i lif L. A A. llailway for Hentiyvllle. id will K iJiick iiirtnt. O. tt K. .HI s'C I'lON: Trails Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will iiuikh connec i; a; p i s. Om tJoinii r,v . lion wiih Ohio A Kentucky Railway tor C'annel City, Ky. and U. it K. stations. The Cit (,'oi I. ell will meet i. CUAS. SCOTT, Gon'l Pusceiifjer Auent. miliar M'ssion Frioav iiiht. iife insurance or plant K)i) apple trees?" tliwes - i:t 1 I :o-- j 1 1 atti-niio- lii-'i- i f : Are You OlTer The Greatest My hlch era Jo world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand Tianos caa be bad direct from my factory on tho samo liberal buying plans oa applied to my Adlsr Organ. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material ind finish they liavo no superior. If an xiual. or.J, I can save you $100 to $150. ?hy ere artistic in dislgn, built to latt a llf') time, havu a tono as clesr and pure ou a bull, and a wonderful, easy, elastic touch. Cisnuitced lor 25 Years) E'mX scarf and Instruction book given with every piano. Send fur catulotfue and buying phas. Hy Piano 50 YEAR GUARANTEE saaraatM all my organs lorSO yart, tunutblof no other organ niD will do. My guarantee bood la too itmngutt orrr wrlttas aod II oa will uk your bankor or any ol iuj local boats or tbaodltorol this to my reliability, you will bo told that I .01 oooud ai a rock, tbat yoa can aataly cater loto any traaiactloa Mlth no and tbat all of my dealing! aro on tbo sqoere. Send your nomo lor cotolog aod buyiug pliui, 1 a Woman ? iLaar win TAKE Voo will bo under no obllgttlon whatever, CRTUS Stool aod Inetruc, tloo book gifoa with every organ. L. ADLER, Pres. Adler Mlfl. Co. TEAR THIS OUT. I a ' MAIL Y Hake a cross In the circle for organs or pianos or : wnie your name anu sources on a postal ram or In I a latter, stating which you want pluno or organ das- crlption. Don't enclose any stamp. I pay all charges. a CRYUS a : O orgao book. s I want your L. ADLER, Pres 2902 Chestnut SI. Louljvllle, K.; I want pictures and full dee-- fs criptlon of your pianos. j Name I Address County I 8Ute., TMI f Tht Wlcr Factory-Grce- tcst in tie WtrM JmmmmXJUmmmmmmmMmmmmmmWmmWmmmmmmmmmM J I Clay City Times. fihe s Oman's Tonic