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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 12, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911101201_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 12, 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. tJu"r BP 5V THE CLAY CITY TIMES. SI. DO it Year in Advanci. Wc arc here to help Clay City, the SurronnJinK Conniry ani Ourselves. .1. 1'.. Uniijhcr. 1'iililislier. VOL XVI. c, CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY, Democratic Convention. At a meeting of the Democrat I CHTOBEIi ll. If)! I. NO. Have You Your Share? II The City Hall. Land Values. Working for New Railroad. 1 Tin' City Council in regular session Friday night decided to purchase ii building or erect one for a town hull. They hnve the necessary cash and intend tohave a good building. We think this is a move in the right direction, but are interested in the city getting a neat and creditable building centrally located. A number of buildings have been offered the city and different sites suggested for a new build-- i nir. It is to be hoped that whut-eve- r arrangements are made a good location will be selected upon which is erected or may be a substantial brick or stone The city bavins: the building. ready cash should not hesitate to invest it in something profitable as well as useful and ornamental. Tpon this last proposition it occurs to us that a location in the central part of town should be had with lower rooms to rent which would yield good interest, on the investment besides being convenient and useful to the public. A Mutt'.r of Courtesy. .5. !' courtesy to your guests to see that their names appear in the local newspapers. It is due to your friedns and yourself that when visiting, their names would appear in the paper. Someone in the family should inform the paper of sickness in the home, remember that the newspaper is made by human hands and brains, and if the item concern-inyourself or your friends does not appenr, it is largely your fault. "It is a g Work Begun. The street leading to the new-Jcontracted for bridge is being graded and put in order for trav-e- l when the bridge may be v Our neighbors, Irvine and WinLands per acre are valued in Ivich citizen of the I'ii d ic l'arty of I'owell County, Ken- Kentucky from W..II to M).07. chester, are getting very enthus- States under an equal divi. n, tucky, held at the court hou.--e at The poorest land, according to its iastic over the proposed building would have .!.", the per cap'' . Stanton, Ky., on the 7th day of lvalue in Kentucky, is in Rowan of the L. iv. X. railroad between circulation on October ace r October, l'.Ml, for the purpose of county, and the highest priced is the two towns and a big railroad jing to the eiiculation .it selecting delegates to attend a in Fayette county. Tin- values rally wa held at Trapp in ('lark of the Treasury Department. lti-convention to be held at Irvine, range according to the location, county but near the Hstill line total money in circulation The enthusiastics mounted to .fil.i LMS'J,71."i, an inKy., on Tuesday, the Oth day of the poorest being in the eastern last week. part of the state and the richest have none to work getting the crease over the preceding inoi ih, October, .11)11, for the purpose of '"n signed up by the when it was :;..S,01.i,(i:il nominating Senatorial and Rep- land being in the central ami 1, MHO landowners through whose farms 'October totaled the money in nr. western part of the state resentative candidates for this t dilation ,S"J7,S . The total value of all laud in the proposed line runs, expecting Senatorial and Representative to the to tender the right Frot which has not yet sh .. n District, Luther Loving was made Kentucky for taxation i (518, and the total number of railroad people as an inducement up is now predicted to lie sevei-(a- l 11. Atkinson Chairman and V. ceres lM,2:2.,(8.), making an av- to them to build the road. The days later. If this be true it Secretary. erage value of laud per acre .caution with which the snrvey-- I will be line on late corn and if.-- j On motion the chairman was .m: luio been done leads us to bacco which is now standing .n instructed to appoint delegates M Ml). In I'owell county the average believe the road will be built. the Held and which is bv far to said convention, directed to crops. vote to thi' est interc-tof the value of lands as nsesel is 15.07 When completed it will put Ir Democratic party, and the chair- per acre. In adjoining counties vine :20 miles nearer today City F.lder.I. W. McGarvey, Pre man appointed M. Ii Lyle, A. II. it is in .Montgomery, !fM.:il ; in by rail. The line itself will be of the College of the Bible .it Ifctill 7.:U : Lee only about 7 or S miles from this Norton, J. K. Unrulier and .lames Olnrk, Lexington is dead aged 01 year1. : Williams, and th.itanv Denea-ra- t 11(51; Wolfe Mencfce city at a point near Sams ' lie was the oldest minister of the from Powell County who attends 14.0(5. said convention have the right tn Christian Church in Kentu. Icy From the above figures it will cast the vote of I'owell County An exchange tells of a news at the time of his death. be seen that the land in I'owell as directed by this convention. paper reporter who interviewed S. K. Vn tight, late of the Luther Loving, Chairman. county is worth one-lif- t Ii of that thirty succe-.fu- l men, Climax, has bought in Montgomery county and one- V. B. Atkinson, Secretary. and found that ail of them when interest of Tim Xeedhain to sixth of inaClark county, boys had been governed strictly Arbor Day. though our people.are continually the Winchester Democrat. .Mr. designat- selling out their lands here at a and frequently thrashed. He Xeedhain will return to his obi Governor Willson has ed Friday, October, :27th. as bout $10.00 per af?re mid going to also interviewed thirty loafers home at Williauistown. twenty-seveof learned Arbor Day in Kentucky and his our bluegr.iss neighbors anil pay them had that been mamma's darlThe worst enemy of honesty, proclamation urges all citizens to ing ten times ns$mich per acre ing" and the other thrpe had industy and prosperity, is lazitake advantage of this day to and sometimes e;en fifteen tunes been ruled by their grandmother. ness, rascality and deceitfulne., beautify their surroundings by as much per acrV. The cheapMr. Allan Grauett has been Oo Right Ahead. the planting of trees. Arbor day ness of our land should be an very sick for several days at his is onw generally observed, in evOar wall paper sale is oae of the initttfgrants instead city. We ore ery State of the Union. hig events of the season. of dtscouraginrpeople and home near this ' sacrifice what causing them to showing the beautiful things which for the Fray" "Fit Tuesday was a very rainy day they have to go to, a more popuearlier in the year commanded a Is what is said of oar which prevented delegates froi lar part of the State. clothes for children. They stand higher price and now only costs this county to the Senatorial conand the wear and tear of child-lifKentucky Crops. vention at Irvine from attending. The reason is the Fall Stock. Unlike the Children Commissioner of Agriculture T. Smith, of Beattyville, was The Icnefit is enjoyed hy all. Rankin has issued the crop report Themselves, do not run away when nominated ami it is said will We'd like to sell mine paper to for September and there is very washed. A look tluongh will make a good race. The Demoyon. Mrs. .1. W. Williams, morrow than any time thi week little difference between it and crats, doubtless, have made a Mrs. J. W. Williams, Clay City, K Clay City, Ky. the one for August. The report wise choice. shows an eight per cent, increase -Bath county celebrated its one in the corn crop. The rains durhundredth anniversary at Ow- - ing the month have been of great IS benefit to the pastures and they i igsville last week. are in fairly good condition. The wheat area for next is about per cent, over that of 1911. - - - : u- -j right-of-wa- y ! 1 i f.T)!,-Co."- ), of-wa- y j Ml-bes- t 1 s !?(S.-I5- . Kieh-moii- d tin-half bti-ine- ss t.'-a- t n . ready-mad- e e two-third- s. eon-vinc- e 1 1 ft WALDRON & JOHNSON, FIT and STYLE is what you get when you buy a Corset with the brand of different yards of this city we have of residents noticed a light bloom on some peach trees and plum trees. This is very unusual at thiB season of the year and is caused by the ex treme drouth earlier in the fall when sap in the trees was about all dried up. In passing by Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full Hue of General Merchandise and Iff jftj me selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are LORAIRE on it. We strive to please in every our lady cu&omers way always supplying them with the best for the ey. mon- Wc have found other lines of goods in it in the line of Corsets. In The teachers in other counties seem to have an association a inong themselves and have regu lar meetings with interesting programs. This is not done in Powell county, but should be We hope our teachers done. will soon form an association and have regular meetings ut least once a month. Today is Columbus Day and is by action of a legal holiday legislature a few years ago. the It will probably beobserved by the public schools more generally than any one else. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you arc not we are leaders STYLE, QUALWhen you already one of our many pleased customers, couiu round rotno day and give our place a look'tlirougli and hit us price you some of our goods.They willnnenyoiireyestoan opportunity. ITY and PRICE. want the BEST at Reasonable Prices you know to go to Chestnuts and persimmons are not wailing any longer for frost, they have gone to ripening any way. The crop of winter apples in this county is up to the average and is now beginning to be Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise ami if you live in Cluy City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" SHIMFESSEL'S. THE TIMES. I'UIIUSHEI) KVKKV T11U1181)AY. .Subscription rates 81a year or three years in advance $2. J- - E. liurghcr, Publisher. second-clas- s Cntered na mail matter. Thursday, Oct. , 1011. , CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : Tne Times and Courier-Journ- al " " " " " " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 1.10 90 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 DEHOCRATIC TICKET. Fur U. S. Senator, OLLIK M. JAMES, of Crittenden county. For Governor JAS. 15. McGUKAKY, of Madison county. Filr Lieutenant (lovernor K. .T. McDKItMOTT, of .TelTerson county. For Attorney General JAMK3 GAHXETT, of Adair county. For Auditor IIKNUY M. HOSWOKTII, of Fayette county. For Treasurer T110S. S. UIIIOA, of Logmi county. For Secretary of State G. F. CHKCELI US, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BAllKSDAI.Ii HAMLETT, of Christian county. Fur Connnissiouer of Agriculture name on the ballot will add furSome are criticising Justice ther strength to the State ticket for not resigning his oflice this fall together with the races while he Is, making the race for for State Senator and Governor. We object. He named all of the ticket on which he is running, then why not he name President Tuft on his journey his successor on the Appellate across the continent has met with bench after he expects to be chilly receptions. The purpose inude Governor? He says he is of his trip is to explain why he opposed to machines and we now voted the Wool Bill and the see why. What is the need of a Farmer's Free List. Bill. These machine to do the work that one measures were intended to give man can do. relief to the people of the con try from the extortions of the trusts. Temperance without prohibiMr Taft's excuse for the veto tion is as impossible for some which he is making on his trip is people as it would be for a hog to that his tarill commission has refrain from wallowing in a mud not reported their investigation hole on a warm day for the sake of the tariil' law. The people of keeping itself clean when it know they are being robbed by could get into the mud. the high tariir and they do not want red tape business about reBy a decision of the Supreme ducing it. It is very much fear- Court of the United States the ed that when President Tuft re- Standard Oil Company will soon turns from his visit to the Pacif- be dissolved. This accounts for ic coast, after he has seen the the decline in the price of oil. attitude of the people he will de- Why not play the same game on cline to run for the presidency all the other trusts? next year. The Democrats are What, has become o B. J. very anxious for Tuft to make the Republican nominee the run because he would be a for State Auditor. He made an very easy man to defeat. opening speech at Stanton some O'llour with his blended time ago and has since not been of whiskey distillers and heard of in the campaign. over zealous blinded prohibitionDr. Ben L. Bruner, Secretary ists are greatly conceited on acof State, like everybody else litis count of their combination and appear to be confident of success. u hobby, and his hobby is to close We believe too they will fje suc- up banks. He brag6 about havbauks cessful in placing a man of re- ing closed up tif by since uoiug into oiiice. botii nowned temperance, faith and practice in the GovWe are mighty afraid some of ernor's chair, and a man that our overseers are not going to get promises little but always does their roads in the best shape by what he promises and a great winter time. It is very lute now deal more than he promises and to improve a road, but better this always too in the right dilate than not at ill. rection. This man is none other O'-Kc- ar $ioo Reward, ioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreadod disease that scinru has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disand giving the pi'tient ease, strength by Iuilding up the constitution and assistini! nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any chso that it fail- - to cure. Send for list of testimonials. .1. Cheney Co., To. Address leiln, Ohio, Sold by all Dingiiists 7e. Taki Hall's Family Fills rnr 1 During the Week of October Millinery, 10th Cloaks, cor-teri- e we will have on display a grand line of Caot Suits and Skirts. than Junios B. McCreary4. J. V. NEWMAN, of Woodford county. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals KOHEKT h. GItEENE, of Uruckcn county. For SheiilT A. 1. JOHNSON, of Clay City. For Mayor II. C. WALDltON. For Police .Tudt;e LUTHEK LOVING. For Couucilmcn E. C. VOLLMEK, TOM MOUNT, G. SIIIMFESSEL, J. G. EASTEIt, 1'. It. KIltK. SAM 1 JINGO. It may not bo possible for us to do much toward bringing about a correct solution of the unjustness of the trusts' enormous profits; v e may not like it because their prolit is as much as the cost of production, but if we will only manage to raise more meat, bread and butter at home, and have plenty to sell while we are helping to "bust the trusts", our arguments will be more conclusive and the wolfo will be pushed fur ther away from our own dour besides. Wo see where the East Tennessee Telephone Co. has applied for telephone franchise in Irvine. If the people of Ii vine want an increase in telephone rates let !,... .wl.i.it it... l.'..of iiuccnn company. Any town acts tooiisli in having two telephone systems. It cripples the service and doub les the cost. We frequently 6iiy some things when we are 'iiKrfoinpany that, though they are true, we would rather not say, but. say them for the suke of keeping the conversation going. Many a man owes his success in life to a 80 cent alarm clock. Always have something to do and MRS. stir ear'y. is all t J.W.Williams HOPE a i "Honesty is the best policy," right, but it doesn't alwa'ys succeed in politics and gambling. is doing the talking yet unpunished trustr continue to do the thinking. Mr. Ttift Mio while Our Candidate for Sheriff. Mr. Tuft is like the rest of us. he is having his tips and downs. t A. I'. Johnson was Marshal of but mostly downs. Clay City for nearly six years. The man with an ii.n to grim! is A part of this time the writer all right if h will furnish his was City Clerk, and another porown grind stone. tion of the time was Mayor and id splendid opportunity to M line appears to be neither Don't despair over the cost of learn whut kind of a man Mr. wet nor dry, but just a little .Johnson was. We always found living, i It'll soon be butchering moist. linn to he ready to do his duty in time. his ollicial capacity. Each mouth without a single exception he turned the monies collected during the month over to the Treas3 urer and uccounted for every V penny he ever collected. lie was M A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK teady each month with a report l 'ii to the council and tiiis report was to alwajs correct. Mo man ever is an asset of real worth to any community and i' lost a cent on the account of Alaxi bert Johnson. the opportunity to do business with such a Bank m m The writer thinks the Demoshould appeal to a good business man. The cratic party ucted wisely in Clay City National is seeking your business. him for Sherill'nt Stanton m M1 Uie Saturday if the people of county want a clean and honorWe able man for that position. hulieve the Itepuhlicans will yivo him no opposition hut should (hey do so we don't think there is one in the county that can come any ways near defeulinghim. His 1 $ liu-iiia- ili sati.-ltietor- MILLS '.LOU PROUD OF HER CAKES, Itreud and pies the women U v, tlicin fi'iiin Iliii'i: tVni.s' in bread nr Ihuir. Siuei. til wins -- uie to folnv (.nule nti.l when you tte ihi- - I i y !! ev rywl.eie. rti'.e-ImMti- i I Mfe'd by J. ANDREW CAIN. Versailles, Ky. a The Myers Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer la the only machine ever Invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not on.ly takes out the dirt and leaves the mop clean, but it wrings it so dry that there is hardly any moisture left in tho mop. Thu door is never left streaked, as you are always using a clean mop. The machiuo is very simple to operate and requires no skill, as any. body can uso it. man. woman orchlld. It is a labor saver, as one perbon will do tho work quicker and heller than three withanybtherdevice known. Thu pall sets on the platform and is not attached to the machine and can bo moved at any time. It is always ready for use and there aro no parts to get out of order. A trial of our machine will convince you that its work Is perfect. We have yet to find a dissatisfied custwner. If your dealer doe not bsndle thti MYERS WRHMH Mop Wrloger.wrlto direct to ui. iiom-Utttin- g i Clay City National Bank. 61., Mwwfrs, Mfhawkt N. Y. AX ALL 1IO.M K I A f K R. IA)()VL THURSDAY, IMKVITIKS. .... A train load of negroes went up the road yesterday to work on iting friends in LixiimtiHi. the extension of the L. iV. E. They were all L. Ar N.eiirs which Mrs. Julia Mize spent a Mv is further proof that the L. N. jdayx with her husband, CI, irk lia-i bought, the L. cc. E. jMize at ((biicksind tliis" ee!;. J Mr. 11 ml Mrs. Mrs. A. T. Whitr ami Mrs. V. T. .MrOuiii' im vis- Silence! The Instinct l ratida.-.- ti every '.vnraon ii often n treat hindrance to tht cure of unmanly c!i?uscs. Votncn blirir.k from the pel!.' u! of t'le IocpI pliysiciiin which seem 1!ic I'leultt "f cxammntlon is to l!inn, and t'"y m are i.i silence a condition of disenio uiiS.li st.rtly ivjircsji from lid to vursj. i;tuV-li:.'.t- Out. f -', 15)11. Miss Irene is visiting Mrs. Miinli:-- , Uytitlii-nun- , Jennie James Wiseiniin, of Irvine, was here yesterday on a business mission. Mrs. Kthviinl Rose was taken seriously ill Sunday, luit is out of danger now. Kd Bush and Miss Babcr were s married Monday night on Hard-wick'- Creek. Mrs. Wm. U. Martin Tuesday from a visit to returned relatives in Montgomery county. The continued rains and warm weather are causing corn to rot in the shock very badly. Mrs. A. E. Sams, of Clark county, spent the Hist of the week with relatives in the city. Mrs. Iloyt Russell is visiting her sisters, Mrs. C. B. Dickson and Mrs. J. I. Coliver at is Mrs. V. W. Gould, of IMttMield, X. II. Findina good health by taking Electric Hitters, sin- now adMrs. Lizzie Jane Ilines, of vises other sull'erers, everywhere, Levee, visited her brother, A. C. to lake them. "For year- - I sutler-e- d Estes on llardwick's creek last with stomach and kidney troubweek. le.'' she writes "Every medicine used failed till took Electric HitThe Rev. J. C. Ilunley, of the I ters. But this great remedy helpStanton College will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday ed me wonderfully " They'll help any woman. Thej'iethe best tonmorning and at night. ic and finest liver and kidney remJesse Hines, of Cherokee, Kas. edy that's made. Try them You'll and Mrs. Eliza Fisher, of Lumber see. ova at Swann-DaKas. visited Judge and Co's store. Mrs. T. J. Fletcher Monday. If you want The Rev. W. P. Fryman, of to see your West Liberty, stopped over with dollars magnihis brother, the Rev. Louis Fryfy and increase man in this city a short time this - Aful It's Equal Don't tixlst. Timely adv.ee iveu .Mrs. C. WIN Xo one hits ever made a salve lotighby, of Marengo, Wis., (15. ointment or halm to compare with No. 1) prevented a dreadful trnge- lluekli'ii's Arnica Snlve. I I'm the dy and saved two lives. Doctors line perfect healer of flit", Coins. hud it 11 her frightful cnndi uas a Munis, ltruNi'S, Smv Sriii, !o U. "consumption" cough and coulo Ulivis, Kczi'ina, Sail Kiii'lllil. i'n' do little to help hi'i After many Colli time.--, I lmppi-iSore Eyt-t urged her remedies tailed, Ii'iik's or Sprains its siipicini'. to take Dr. King's New lor Pile-i- . Trv it. Only --Vic 'I have been using it for some . Swuiin-DLumber CoV. at lime," she wiote ''and the awful CONVENTION. cough has almost oin. It also lived my littl'. hoy when taken A mass convention is hereby with a sever bronchial tiouble." callt d to meet at the courthouse his matchless medicine lias no in'Stnnton on Saturday, Oct lltli, for throat mid lung trouble.. 11)11, for the purpose of nominatPrice oOi! and 1.0U Trial hittle ing a candidate tor Sheriff of L'ow free, (itiaranteed by Swnnu-DnCounty to be voted for at the NoLumber Co, vember election under the device ol We'll Show You. the Lo; Cabin. All yol citizens, If you have any doubt the regardless of their political are hereby invited to attend Hoods you ought to huy, ve wat.t to show yon. If you have ain said eonventirii. about the place to go, we'd a doubt iy order of Powell County Hepuh-licalike to tell you several things ahoiit Committee. Full quality, gieat vaour line. Is The World GrosWng Detter? All we say is riety, low cost. Many thing? go to mow that it is. hacked by what we do. The iviiv thousands are trying in Williams' Two Stoies, help others is proof. Among them Clay City, Kv. Averts Taajjcdy. tr i lier-uinin-rivaled y. lies Itre.--t baca Dr. I'lvrcc's priv!leo t.t many women icV. fiavc s.iei-it'.- euro a foirxf n rctnc tor tttouoaty in ..'a ofV. (t Hon by rrof. 'All -.u csuoit'iecr.H Ji ,'icIJ conatljntic.:. dtltirs 2r. E. V. sis pisrcv, r:i:::cio, k. y. Dr. Picrcc'i Rivorite the functions, nloMs!,es puts the finishing touch of Iioa'.tn who f.tves it a f.ir trist. pi rjsi.-f- s i ar.il .. M- - and rcnlatci hi;i!ds up and weal, wonian It Makcc You enn't nfTord to r.;ccit a sr ret r.j for this medicine r r.Nov . IVznte Women Strong, Sick Vrmicn Wei!, n .s t as a Milistitiitc oMrosiTins, 'hT'izSl l a -- 9) I Buy 11 y rarm ImDiements, JL 1 T 1 sifliliii-tio- Plows, Harrows, and Q) Cultivators FROM' J ) ) !) Fruit and Shade Trees! Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. E cr O) Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, fl)) ) ) 1 thin; Tor ) O) ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. YOU. OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST Winchester, A - Ky. No Agents. Free Catalog. Elm-woo- d, y H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington. Ky. H l- - STOCK. SI 00,000 :--i r. SUHl'I.US AND UN- il H CAPITA ! Li week. The new Christian Church on Cat creek will be dedicated Sunday. The dedicatory sermon will be' preached by Eld. W. K. Harding of Winchester. Sewing Machines at Public Sale. LumIn front of theSwann-Da- y ber Company etore in Clay City, as you spenil whj , them, niviniou pifoi'iTS. 1110.000 '2 ! r spend them here. We'll uive you the ni!t for them; we are sure of this you need only try it once and you'll he sure, too. Williams' Cash Crocery, Clay City, Ky." s. i ': " s ee this Space Next Week AVlXCI I KST1CR AXK. :i it or Winciisti:h, Kv. X. lloi.i.v Vitiii:hhioon, Pm:s V. K. Sen.vu, C..smia. : ; Saturday, October in the afternoon. two ilst, at I will 2 o'clock pub-Hol- y l YOI'U ACCDITNTS SOIIOITIIU s; , ... , s 'r- S$ sell sewing inuchines tothe - V. it,":s"',iJ-- iiiS : highest bidder. A. T. Pettit, Marshal Clay City. ! J.P.nAUPPIN, X Johnson, of ibis city, was uninitiated for Sheriff by the Democrats of Powell county at Stanton Saturday. Mr. Johnson is a competent man and will make a good ollieial. There is not a better man for t ho place in A. P. f waicnmaKer U 1 1 6 tax f w . mr ts" ami. GSiSf HAVE "d Jeweler. it. Powell e ninty. THE flOOSIEU SPECIAL SAVES MILES OF STEPS FOR TIRED FEET ve u STANTOn! KY., Harrison Witt, of Calloway's J. B. BLACKBURN, is Agent for Powell County for the creek was here last week and moil complete cabinet bought the lumber for a now ever offerd the public. Christian Church on Dry Ridge, The necessary Estill counts. Full Stock in Store. cash has been secured, the lumber placed on the around, and the erection ol the limine will be MillikanBusiness School All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repalrinj; on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- TION GUARANIIiUU. Line oi Advertisementi as it will pay you to read it. T Jewelry CLAY CITY. ! & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY. Call and see me in River Hotel Building, J. pushed speodilv on Sometimes (lives Aid to Strikers. Lexington, Ky. licr, bowels seem to go on a strike and TYPEWRITING. refuse to work right. Then you lieu thosed pleasant little strike- This school has turned out hunbreakers Dr King's New Nlfe dreds of men and women who pjllx to give them natiiml aid and urosuecesses. It willmake gently compel proper' action. Exu success of you. cellent health soon billows, Try kalni'jH and BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, Eleotrie Hardwick&Co Bitters Succeed when everything else fdts. In nervous prostration and frniale weaknesses tltey ate the supremo remedy, 03 thousands have testified. thou). Ufio at Co's store. Swanti-Du- y Lumber FOR KIDNEY, LIVER ANO ST0M1ACH TROUBLE it is the bejt n'.ciicice cv.-- r over a drurf,!rt'o counter. sold Write for Catalogue. CI J "Cherry-Blossom- ." THB JAPANESE Qi U aOOO EXAMPLE. It fs a proverb of Clicrry Blossom Land tlmt a healthy stomach is tho basis of nil Ftrcngtli. Good nature ia also recof-ahei.3 of prcat importance. Viio Japanes-as n people are remark-iikl- o for tlu'r health, endurance, and Dl.ill. Tho chcrrv tree is tho most highly It not only urizcd of all in Japan. ;ives for;h a beautiful blossom but tho .i!d cherrv tree fiiriiifhca a bark which U most hijjhlv priced in medicine. 7iiJ Ctcny (Primus V:c'itna). .'!:ni:;i ii!r.;; norvms c::citabiiity. .!apte I to ihe treatment of diseases . i which l!i ro is liability of tho ptora-h or of tin rjvtcm." Another au-.- 'i ' r.uthor'tv on medicines, says of U12 propertiw cf t'.A-- lilac'.c CherryLark : a t uic power tho Uniti:!, iropcrJv of cahnitiR irritr.tion and which is an riiKRATORY, States The United Dis- - t lZi::n'n Amkmcax DisrcxsA-vjr.v"e.-.V"it rjivos tcno and strength r..cf::l m fever, cough, .. . .the Fvrteni, it.. . ' . . i t'l lout.u e::ccixi.i in uuiiiuuii iiun. v. 3, c ..hich arc accompanied by a cough, tch r.3 bronchitis and incipient con- -i ;:iuntion. More than that, by reason f the other ingredients, lilondroot, riandrako, Golden Seal, and Queen'a not, all of the medicinal rirtue3 of which are scientifically extracted and combined in Dr. Tierce's Golden Medial Discovery, remarkable cures of dyspepsia and ctomsch disorders havo been accomplished. Nearly foiiy ycar3 ago, Dr. Ticrco discovered that chemically pure glycerine of proper strength h a better the cause. nlvcnt ar.d preservative of (lie active Woman-Tonmedicinal principles residing in most of The revival meeting at the ic our indiceuoua or native medicinal has not been a simile poThere closed Sunday. The plants than is alcohol. As its uso is Church litical speech delivered in Clay alcohol meeting bus been entirely unobjectionable, while Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large much enjoyed is well known when ured even in City this fall. Some say we have number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, protracted period, and lro. Kali is kindly remeni-borbeie- d small portions, for a to do lasting injury to tho human sy which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. fur bis faithful service been grossly slighted while othespecially in "the cr.io of dclicata ers maintained we have been A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to women and children, ho decided to during the meetim:. wonderfully blessed. relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, iro chemically pure glycerine instead Mr. Kdd Kush and Miss I.illie of tho usually employed clcohcl in the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. medicines. 11:3 preparation cf Marriage is a lottery in which Bither were married Monday, Uo found that tho glycerine, besides For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. boing entirely harmless, possesses inOct. 0th, at the home of the some people are never satisfied You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. trinsic medicinal properties of greai uroom. Kev. Fryman, pastor of until they take three or four value. Its nutritive properties, Dr. Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it chances. IMerco believes, fcr surpass thoco cf the Methodist Church, olliciated. - fr.vorakb Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Oiattanoota Medicine Co.. Chattanoogo. Term., cod liver cil, entitling it book. " Home Treatment tor Wemcn." aant tree. J M lor Sptclat Instructions, and consideration in all cases of incipient They are prominent youngsters "Attention. ranrumptio:! ar. lo.hcrwar't 31" 'tszee. of this community. We wish Are you going to Texas? if so. It i3 an invigorating;, tc.'j r.! wK.tlv h hem much success and happivc?x-t'.b: :id owc3 it J 'virtues ta rTr.turj' consult me bafore gointr. Will save Tr. h only the ness through life. " you money. 810 invested will save cicr.tKlo gar- SlJflMrARY OF L. & E. TIiyiE TAJ5LE. rbturc g Lzrdz::. citi.or who During the election which has oil $100. Ii. L. Shimfessel. I West-JJounEffective May .2S, lltll. hovti just pat we are glad to notice eimbii.o U.o j.;:.tj ...! t .1 by I?r.ture Lower Taxes 11 euro our direr.rM. Ti.b preparaNo. 2, No. 4, hat No. 15, Hard wick's Creek has No. 1, tion 13 f pi ,'a;::.i:. tactc, : jrera pcr-- f would be a most desirable change, Stations. changed slightly since the local Daily. Daily. :ct!y wl.li re! cllious and srnsith Daily. Daily but siii'.-- that seems to be out of tomacl: ;, r.:- - ! L cr.rrniel ifiuctivo it. option election held some time ' .viiorin tj fi- t t tho cnii:. tliH just now, the bet P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. The former election having l.cr.re itc:n. c'iv.-- 3 i v. U ; ; i.'JIjcstic:: thing to do is to save tax money by 1 ::!- Of the a majority of 101 in fsivm- of the T 5 ::5" 8 :50 Lexington, ar! r:id ir...i wca': making your purchase at 4:ft0 8:0o 8:l:S Vincheter, 4:1: r'omncfi. th.e re::'. w' v it restore: wetf. The latter 'JS majority in Williams' Two Stores. L. & K. Junction, !o and emr- 2::!. hea!::i cf S:1S 7:51 favor of the dns. !.".Ud ii I. j ii,' - t throve 4 :22 7 :"n Indian Fields, 1: 4 It 8::i2 o at '.lie pci-otl.rouc' S :ro 3: 0.1 CI. AY CITY, 4:0ft FOR SALE A ?:lJ . It t..' t'.ie liver nr.d b",:t!. !.a; i b:.;i::'' SPOUT SPRING. 3:ft(i Stanton, 7:10 :!:i: l!jrjfoi:ctr.'.ctii! v.i !:i0 7 :0ft by ilr.l Hosslyu. 3 :ftl 0:05 :': 1 1 ..:., jlch, re1. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Dawson, of . W 6.1. ;i:2.S icisj 0 :5li Filsoii, 3 :45 . every" Winclitsler were heie the lat of i) :27 i :47 ti :43 3 :30 Camptnn Junction, A farm of 10 acres, well improvirj.ula in a le.rc t.iorousu:.11 ::i2 G :40 :l :" last week. 3 :2ft Natural Bridge, if.ipjied with t - y ::ti.. uppKanec ed. A miles from Clay City on pubfi :25 r.t liufTslo, I.', i. i!:..liJicil "chcrjle 3 :12 4:04 !:U Torrent, rrj in ch:.r- - ft. ' .b irutry, witli Several relatives and friends lic road, convenient to churches, J (i:03 Beattyville Jet, 2:ftl Hi:4 r.::;!ed phvJcir.i.j a: cccioof withered ttt the home of Mr. and school and postollice. Good dwel- ft: lit 10:a: ft:IO 0. & K. Junction, l:ft7 det-r.:;;esna ore.: r uti:ii::e, 11 :11ft I :ftt Mrs. Asa Smiwden Sundav ami ling of S rooms and porches. Nice ft ft :Uft Jackson, ::.r.j :;;.d roeci.LO t --- a tvintdie-- n lL:-,'f- t ::r? rucKiscf cue ji .iM beet i,ui:.-J-. Quicksand, 1:25 lt young orchanl anil excellent spring vi rv pleasant dav. . uciy Uieu:.r.tKj- .t "... s of chroi.!- riMMti w'.Vi eu::.w Ivforo them k: yvs Kavard C. Ko-er- s. CONNECTIONS. of Cin- - in the yard. Good bira ami other ' : eatnin- -' yr.. Itcoe.tsyouno' outbuildings. Tenant LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will nmke connection at Lexington with I j wil i arrived here hunj t j Iv. 1?. V. 1'ierre t! Iciiinal 1, ( the L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection to visit her father. A. .1. house on place. About all in blue . accural-- medlral opinion with the L. A' N. at Lexington' for Cincinnati, O. .'MS. Some tilbilile laud and tim. j viur fjccial ease uiid ivhullj ie;:v:ir ha met t and oilier relatives 111 n Trains Xos. 1, 2, !J and 4, will make ber Oil the place, and all under fair C'A.MPTON JUNCTION: lt,'r''r' 111 .iiniy. witn Mountain Central Hallway to and from Cain p ton. fence There an; in all S eever 'I had lorty acres in wheat Davis and P.urtdier have suwed failing sprint; in different parts of HEATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Noh. 1, 2 and It will muke with the L. & A. Railway for Heattyville. when I drilled it in last fall." out the.l.T. Wii'elit Umber job the place This is a ood place to O. & K. t nil t, liliut JUNCTION: TraHs Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will moke conneceonfe b(s oli ii 1 iuhI will slttirtlv 1IIOV e llieir nuke . money where properly tion with Ohio & Kentucky Hailway torCannel City, Ky. and when threshing time came I call, mill to a tract of timber uu Hard I One Imndie. ades of this O. & K. stations. (I the patch thirtx-tw- o ucres, wick's Cieek. luiiil ill gmw good tobacco. This CHAS. SCOTT, GenM Passenger Agent. which improved the yield great- Imul is MiKceptil to division ami ha-- ' been Iv, The iea.-o- ii will make two gi tod faun. This in t il the Held fl.mu':. t lull a liiiruaia for mine one. Come Very In Indiana t.i Imvo a law ipiick as ilii-- i jiliice mint heboid at It 13 a very serious matter to ask led allowim: any kind nl' cariMSi once. Call at the Times ollice. for one medicine cr.- - have the -"I MHVMI t kbv m tie around not buried; they wron one c'.vcn you, Fcr this uli-have a law auainst killing reason vis uri you In buying to WANTKD (iood Housekeeping 1)0 caicha to get tho gcr.uhii l .yt.anls. In ob'd euce to there .MiiL'Mziiif ii j'iiie tint serviceu of a l itff, llie Iniziiards .. .n vt representative 111 Clsv CjtV to look ami leive resoifel' i tin- - n!n-le- . Lack-ekal'sH- T Kmr Is th ttmo of ear wheu yoa'nro be. after sulihci jiiioi renew n., nnd to In tho MAltATIION you get all Ibis, '' ' 'i In .11.. 'alt Uilline ot piu irluniut to tUluk ot the car you luitud our iiieroetHtcmeut. For lint don't buUiK. extend eiiculntioii l.y speuial incite Liver Medicine CuiucmbiT. when you buy. that tho atao. we cuu commcc you of its truth. I cds wllieli Imve proved tl i lv iu'u iiiuu ni uouar zor auiur rcvuru ia Te'i. will i..iv' iuhI a c.falife Vr,"c.u "uscrwea. in re.whc.1 in can nellmi uudcr 4:.00u. When . T'jo reputrticn otx'.ih olJ, re!ia- - P l 11I you ujy more, your rfturnj art) not in i.ro-l 'V' ,'.VJ.e,lu'1 Sal.irv and cotiiinli-sion- , ",! IIU.' ' III'.- -. e, r uewjiifiaijio i.'i,riii!Uir. o:- - .Wa'.ion, Inble mrdic-se- , Dortton ia Tour InvfuitiuAnt. At 11 mi,..., i 11 I'revioii-- i experience deirable but. v', When you buy, buy not aimply a oar, ". digestion cad liver tro:..! s, is tllf t. tale lri qui car aarvlce. Buy correct design, aocur- Ami iVa vm. tor thM ly established. It d .3 r.- hnitata . not (SHcntinl. Whole time 01 fpure ato construction aud irood material, llur a ' 11 liin! a- ll t,l' V.ll ' other meilicicea. It it biMet than sound motor car value. Won't you ask for It ? ! 'T i Htitlie. AddlOS. with others, cr it vouh! nt Ut tho faHit '. eeeiet s. MARATHON models Include Torpedo Tour lag Car. Fore Boor Touring vorite tivcr t'ow.':.-- , wl h a lar-e- r Car. Standard Tourlaa Car aa4 aloadater. sua Torpedo I. F. Fair b;i iik. 'Iood tlnu-c- l p ealj than cil c.iw.-t- i . aioattolcr. frlcea Irow to f 1.7M. !t. iiiL' Maunxinc. J!,si Foiiith Avi . ra It i, soid ' town it. I,V .'itf.U .! SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, NashvLUe. TcmmJ .'t'W V.nk 1 ii . 1!::3 13 a ret.:eay which uua l!;a public approval fcr nearly t!v rears, notions new orof untried ';oiit it, lia3 cured thourands people thosa chronic, weakening diseases t" The Rev. G. M. Byrd, ot the Shingles for Sale. Holiness persuasion will be here Black oak and pine at $'e0 nnd McCall's Arottcliy subscriber complaiti-et- l to I'ert Walker of Osborne, Friday to begin a series of meet- $2.25 per thousand at mill, and McCall Davis A: Burgher, (Kits.) Fanner because he would ings. A number of 'the visiting not reduce the price of the pa- Saints will be presest nod assist Vaughn's Mill, Ky. For Women Have More Friends than any other per, said lie could get a big dailv in the services. magazine or patterns. McCall's almost as cheap. This led Mr. James Harrison has bought of is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million one hundred Walker to grow sentimental, and J. T. Wright the old Wright thousand homes. Hcsides showhe moralized thus: homestead where Mr. Wright ing all the latest designs of McCalt Patterns, each is brimful of " 'Tis a thing of sentiment this now lives for $1,000. Possession sparklintr slio-- t st rics and helpful little old country newspaper. at once. Mr. Wright will move information for women. Savo Moner and Keep in Styla by tub When perchance disgrace puints to the house he now has rented . In all canntrln OR NO PTE, Ci te scrililnx f.ir McC.i.l'i Ipromptlrobtalned anil Cop j right ngia. including any one ot only $n crnti the scarlet letter on the family to Mr. Harrison. Model or I'hoto, for the cacbr.tted MtCall 1'aturiu free. mat napoRTonpatemaDuuT. ratent pract circle, it listens to the pleadings IceeicluilTrlT. BANK RIFCRINOia. McCatl TatlcriM Lead all nthen In .ity'e, Send 2 renti la Mampt for InralaaMa book fit. thnpHiitv, economy and numlier sold. gather all With the first frost of the broken heart and whispers More dcilers sell McCill r.ttterrs tluin any Which onea will par. How to get a partner, patent law and other raluable Information. othertwomakescninblned. Krtne higher than the green tomatoes and wrap each not of it. When it does you a cents, liny from ymir dealer, or jy mail trom D. favor you come in and beg a few in paper and pack in crates or CO. McCALL'S MAGAZINE PATENT LAWYERS. extra copies, hut when it steps boxes and put in a cool place W. 37ta St., New York City 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. Patftr from frost; a cellar if you Himplt Copj, Callncu 0:1 your toes you drop mound to l lm Then you can bring lick the editor. Without your have one. dinky country paper your towns out a few at a tune and ripen iin.l hamlets would be like the them in a warm room, and can man who threw kisses at a girl have tonietoes for slicing until in the dark he knew it, but no- January. 1 rogressive Partner. body else did. You might imag The infant, child of O. W. Eas ine you were alive, but other ter died at Waltersville Friday people would have to buy a rail- night. Funeral Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of services by Eld. road ticket and come out and see U. W. Matherly and Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much burial at for themselves. Thus ends the Powell's Valley Sunday. good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had brief tale of the blooming old to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was Paris, Ky., is suil'ering from thing that isn't wortli three cents so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a an epidemic of typhoid fever a week." bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had There are thirty cases reported taken a few doses, I began to feel better. in town, and two deaths from the Today, I feel as well as anyone can." Mill. disease. The epidemic is confinSeveral people of Hardwick's ed to one section of the town, Creek attended court at Stanton and the drinking water is supposthe past week. ed to The "Country Newspaper." Magazine Patterns Mncailni-atonce- SWIFT & 15 se-cu- 23G-24- 6 I'Mtaitim -l fValofHa om tie Young Women Vaughn's Cardui tn, n-- t- Ti-r- ce I 1 I1.--- V. East-Roun- d. 1 i..-v- - q'u-f.tio- n C: 1 a r.:n-d'v- ls -- 4:: 1 n: 1 1 'i Splendid Farm. 1 1 v-- :, i-- 1 - - r I lo-v- .l 1 1 r 1 : :; 1 - - fi'im1 ) con-nectio- con-necti- ban-tiled- ! - o -- NoJ SlmpSy a Car "bat Car Service . l'"t inf 1 f-- fir.-n- - -t i""u"iiiu. 1 '"V'' bill -" -t. coaU-incd- ic llM