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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 19, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911101901_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 19, 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. 0 THE CLA1 81.00 a ITY TIMES. iRorroondiog Country an j Ourselves. .1. B. Year in Advance. Wc are here to help Clay City. Burgher, I'ublishtr. VOI,. XVI. Democratic Convention. CLAY CITY, KY., TOTRSDAY, OCTOBER Investigation of Police Judges. Gov. Willson has oideivd an investigation of every Police Judge's ollice in the State. He says lie has been advised that many ot these olhcials have been CALL FOR (IREaJTER KENTUCKY CONVENTION To be Held In Loirfsvllle, November A 10. J9I1. NO. '12 Pioneer Papers. The first newspaper vtr published in Powell county was th Powell County Journal published by Chas. F. Knowlton at Stanton. It was established March !, 1881 and weathered the storm of ad- Huge Rattlesnake. Democratic Legislative convention held at Irvine last Tuesday adjourned to meet in this city last Saturday. At the appointed hour the convention was called to order. Luther Loving was made chairman and C. Shimfessel secretary. . John D. Easter Atkinson and Elder made speeches before the conwarmly and were vention cheered. The i. suspending the jail sentence upon the payment of cash fine lor carrying concealed deadly weap. ons, u thing which they have no legal right to do. So many (mentions of vital importance to theyfuturo of Kentucky nre pressing upon the people of t he State for discussion and wise solution that it seems important agaiilVto call together conference-representative The names of G. W. Lyle, Jr. and A. Easter . M. Deriekson were placed before the convention as Legislative timber. After two ballots were taken Lyle was nominated. Thus he will be under the rooster this fall. G. W. Lyle, Jr. is the youngest son of G. W. Lyle, deceased. He is well known in both Esdll and Powell counties and will make a good race. Progressives Meet. Two hundred Progressive Republicans met in their first convention in Chicago Monday and indorsed Robt. M. Lu Follette, of Wisconsin, for The indorsement President. came in the shape of resolutions framed in part by former Secretary of the Interior, James R. Garlield who it wassaid express ed the views of Roosevelt. na-tion- al 0. -- Shimfessel, , one of Olay ha,s 'City's leading merchants, Every .body invited .ande-VewYYeare a8l;Sairliv,tjoctitv received a new line of beautiful young lady invited to bring a box Judges, Mayors of cities and com millinery to which he invites th'e with them. mercial nqd agricultural organiattention of our lady readers. zations to appoint a number of The Masonic Grand Lodge is In lii s advertisement this week in session at Louisville this week. delegates, not less than five each, he is also offering a lot of hats whose interest can be counted Call at Thos. Edge and J. G. Rogers are and shoes at first cost. on, and whose advice will be valattending from this city. his store and see these goods. uable. Hon. G. T. Smith, DemocratGeo. H. Cox, Owensboro, A Hickman county farmer cut tons of alfalfa hay from a ic candidate for State Senator, President Federation of Commer1,000 cial Clubs. The estimated will speak at Stanton Saturday 100 acre field. afternoon at one o'clock. value ot this crop is 17,000. J. W. Porter, Lexington, President State Development r in men lu the interest of Arbor and from all partslf the State to Bird Day, Oct. 27, the State Department of Education has issued conditions andwisired reforms and feasible meniods of advanc a splendid and beautifully illusing the trated book bearing on the pres- Such prosperity of the State. held ervation of certain kinds of birds have conferencejheretofore resulted irf great good, de and the perpetuation of our for- veloping bettery understanding a ests and shade trees with an exof the needs of-- he State and a tension of Hie latter. closer on among its It is so the world over, says an progressive citiznie, and promot exchange. In a certain North ing a clearer Understanding of Carolina town the grandson of what can be dorf and how best the president of a large bank to do it. rides down every morning to the In this spirit'snch a State conbank in a handsome automobile. ference is calleS by the two He is a clerk of the lowest. His State-widorganizations which grandfather rides down in a street we represent, tojjjedield in Loucar. He own the bank. isville Tuesday and Wednesday, November 14 and!? 15. The sub- More than 7,000 Kentucky jects to be discllssed will cover boys weie engaged in the the field of Kentucky's needs contests which will be It is desired to hae in attendance brought to an end with the close the live, public-tyiritemen of of October. Several crops of every county anacity. more than 100 bushels to the acre At our requesrfthe Louisville are reported. Convention and IJublicity League There will be a box supper at will make all arrangements for the school house Saturday night, the entectainmenSof the convenOct. 21st, for benefit of school. tion, , e corn-growin- The fallowing news item is taken from a Phoenix, Ariz, paper of Oct. 12th, 1011 : "All rattle-snakrecords have been smashed to smithereens. Joseph who lives at the saw mill on the White Mountain Indian reservation, recently killed a snake with 1011 rattles, which was as big around as his leg the knee. Sponselor heard e Spun-selor, versity after adversity until September of the same year when the editor moved the paper t Since that dat Osborne, Kas. there has been published respectively the following papers i i the county: The Stanton Mod; tor, Clay City Chronicle, Powell County News, Clay City Times and Stanton Citizen. The last two papers are still alive. Irvine had its first paper, the Irvine Advertiser in 187U. Winchester had a paper, the Winchester Advertiser as early as 1814. I.i JSJtl the paper suspended and the Clark county capital was without a paper a paper until .- the snakj rattling three-quarter- s of a mile away from his house and followed the noise until he discovered its source." Universal Thanksgiving. There will be days in 1011. fifty-thre- e Sun- It is said this will re- not happen again in 100 years. It has been suggested that all g d jfc ligious denominations of the linked States, or the world, for 1853. d . p -- -. that matter, celebrate the -Sunday, which falls on DeHardwick & Co. leading Stancember III st, the last day of the ton merchants have received year, as a universal day of their new fall goods and in thi Thanksgiving. issue through their ad. in thi paper invite an inspection of Committee Appointed. these goods. When in Stanton Gov. Willson has named a com- be sure and call on Hardwick V mittee of citizens from all parts of Co. the State to represent it in connecSPOUT SPRING. tion with the dedication of the Asa Snowden was in Mt. Sterl Lincoln memorial at Hodgunvillt; November 'X H. G. Garrett, of ing Mondav. Lloyd Todd is visiting relatives Winchester, and .1. C. C. Mayo, of Paintsville are delegates from near Winchester. Several visitors are here attend this Congressional district. ing the protracted services of the "Fit for the Fray" Saints. :d of onr iIsiwh&t Hi F; Christopher sold a bunch clotiies for children: Trfey. stand of nice yearling cattle last week the wear and tear of child-lifand to a Clark county dealer at $25 Unlike the Children per head. Themselves, do not run away when Elder G. W. Mcintosh and washed. A look through will con- Morlin Curtis took some mules vince you. Mrs. J. W. Williams, and horses to the Mt. Sterling Clay City, Ky. court market Monday. fifty-thirready-madee Association. S WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Judge O'Rear, in a speech at Covington said that he was not in favor of State wide prohibition. He declared ho did not believe Kentucky is prepared from a business standpoint or sentiment to go futher that local option. m g &i Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and ure selling the goods to our Inrge trade SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! Thos. Shimfessel who went to Texas a few weeks' ago, has. gone from thero to Phooni.x, Arizona, where he was .located last year. Tom is a splendid young man who his the best wishes of num erous friends in Clay City and Powell countv. Mrs. Albert Burgher returned last Thursday from the Good Sa- r$ 3 and they tell us thev are ' I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. coil in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of maritan Hospital at Lexington and has since been getting along well and will soon be well again. Elder J. D. Hunter, State Counc.l Chaplain, of the Jr. (). U. A. M. will deliver a public If yon are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round romo day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first goods.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. save some served. address at the Hall of the order in this citv touight. Both men and women are invited to bo present. Dr. Dickson, dentist, will be in Cluy Cioy at Bed Itiver Hotel Oo- tober 23 to 2Gtli for the practice of his profession. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise ami if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" - SHIMFESSEL'S. Clark Mize from Quicksand, waB hero the first of 'the week to visit relatives., 8tl THE TIMES. rL'IILtSIIED EVEUV TUUKSDAY. there aro Republicans and tliis is the Judge is coming sooner or $ioo Reward, ioo. why we claim he will be elected. later to almost a e raight-ou- t The readers of this paper will be whiskey man if necessary to be pleased to learn that there is at Beckham on O'Rear's Double Hand. made Governor. least one dreadod disease that scinee speech at, Glasgow Ill u Beckham speaking of I O'- Subscription rates SI a year or three Rear's double dealing "What a spectacle How venrs in advance 8. his quick transformation ! ) E. liurnhcr, Publisher. Who could recognize as the same man the Kepnblican nominee, a second-clas- s innil matter. thundering his partisanship to - Oct. 10, 1911. his followers in the neighborhood Thursday, of the Big Sandy, and a few days CLUB RATES. thereafter pleading his DemocFor the convenience of our sub- racy to the tillers of the soil near scriber, we have arranged club ratec the Mississippi? with the following papers at price "He and his supporters bitterbelow mentioned : ly complain that. Democratic The Times and of other States have been Courier-Journ111. 00 leaders Enquirer 1.10 brought into Kentucky in this Cincinnati 90 campaign to discuss national isLouisville Herald Home and Farm 75 sues. Why not? Has it not been 1.00 done in every State campaign in Irdnnd Fanner 1)0 American Farmer as .Southern Agriculturist 75 recent years by his own party party? well as the Democratic Has not his party brought into DEHOCRATIC TICKET. the State Roosevelt, Fairbanks, Cabinet oflicers, Senators and mar-voloKate-real said 78 years old Justice John M. Harlan was and Jpo Cannon is ten years older than McCreary Republicans say McOreary is too old to run for Governor. They fail to sav anything about the lirst two named gentlemen. But they are Republicans, and they are always good ten years longer than Democrats. stroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the petient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in'doing has been able to cure in nil its sta- its work. The proprietors have si ges, and that is Catarrh. Hall's much faith in lis curative powl-YrCatarrh Cure is the only positive that they offer One Hundred Dolcure now known to the medical fra- lars for any e:ise that it fail.- - ti ternity. Catarrh being a constitu- eure. Send for lit of testimonials.' Addrecs F. J. Cheney & C., tional disease, requires u constituOhio. tional treatment. Catarrh Hall's Sold by all Druggist 7Tx Cure is taken internally, acting diTak- Hall's Family Pills for rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de t To-leil- Virden. Several from here attenedet Mt. Sterling court Monday. 0. 0. demons, Jiought a milk cow of II. D. SnoWuen. Price not known. Corn cutting and sorgnum mak ing is the order of the day in During the Week of these parts. C. C. Clemons, our Virden post For U. S. Senator, OLL1K M. .TAJIKS, of Crittenden county. For Governor .TAS. 0. McCItEAHY, of MndiVon county. For Lieutennnt Governor K. .7. McDKltMOTT, of Jefferson county. For Attorney General JAMES GAHNETT, of Adair county. For Auditor 1IKNKY M. BOSWOUTH, other Republicans of national prominenc to help it in every btate campaign except this one; And why not now? "Simply because the Judge, smart and adroit as he is, knows that if he brought, here any of the standpat. leaders, like Tuft, Cannon, Aldrich or Payne, it would hurt his ticket, and the progressive Republican leaders, like La Follette or Cummins, who might help it, would rrot think of coming here to speak for a ticket that indorsed the administration of Tait and the course of Senator "Brad lev. When O'Rear was nominated by the Republicans for Governor he was oue of the strongest men in the State against whiskey. He seems to be undergoing quite a change of late. A few days ago, he sought, the aid of n whiskey man to raise money for campaign expenses, and in a speech at Covington Tuesday he declared him- master was at West Bend Mon day on business. Mrs. Sarah Adams, of Walters ville. visited Mrs. 0. C. Curtis one day recently. C. C. Curtis and,Charley Snow-dewere at Stanton one day last n October lOt we will have on display a grand line of week on business. E. B. Clemons formerlv of this place but now of Lexington visit ed home folks Sunday. of Fayette count). For Treasurer THOS. S. UIIEA, of Logan county. For Secretary of State O. F. CKECELIUS, of Pendleton county. l or Supt. of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian county. 1'or CommisKioner John Scott, of Indian Fields bought a fat heifer of Arch Stan hope for 4 cents per pound. Rev. M. P. Lowery .filled, his regular appointment Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night to large crowds.' H. D. Sharp and wife of Boones borough visite.djjiliejatter's par-- . ents Saturday and bunday, u. u. Curtis and wife. Millinery, Cloaks i Coat Suits and Skirts of Agriculture NEWMAN, of Woodford county. J. V. I'm Clerk of the Court of Appeals 1SOBE1CT L. GBEENK, ' of Bracken county. For State Senator (. T. SMITH, of Lee county. For Sheriff A. 1'. .fOILVSON, of Clay City. Mr. Leon Rose and Miss Mamie Snowden were united in holy wedlock at Virden postollice Oct 14th. Rev. M. P. Lowery offici ated. The happy couple have prohibiself against State-wid- e many good wishes may they live tion. It begins now to look like long. MBS J.W. Williams USE 11 VI JJ vtixsi For Mayor II. 0. WALDKON. For Police Judge LUT1IEK LOVING. For Councihuen E. V. VOLLMKK, TOM MCiUNTZ, V. S1UMFKSSKL, J. G. EAST EH, I. B. KIHK, SAM HINGO. ' A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK is an asset of real worth to any community and with-siic- the opportunity to do business a Pank MILLS KtiOXJK PROUD OF HER CAKES, should appeal to a good business man,. Clay City National is seeking The, 4 your business. m m Hull our present Sheriff utid the Kepublieae nominee for to. election is a ood ollicer, and h's party has acted wisely in n Jtuinutin him tor the place if fiey want to make the best showing at the poles in The Tunes however be lieves that it is an empty honor for this 6ole reason: Powell T. (J. pos-h'bl- Clay City National Bank. '.mm o sutb-l'uetor- y J'read and pies the woman is wh from- Hun-- Mills' ha made-theflour. Success in bread or cake to- follow baking is always-surwhen you .use this high jirnde and everywheie. Hour, - : e - county is a Democratic county, and the county has never gone a"v toher viy except when the Democrats put up objectinnal candidates. A. 1. .Johnson the lmoeratiu nominee for Sheriff man worthy of confidence, and is possessed of real merit and worth. llfs is liked by every Democrat in the county and by ii.uny Republicans who' will vote for Irim, He is tho right man in the right )h(S3 and"at'' tlid right time. Ho ha been tried and always did his u y We ha.ve.nev-e- r heard of a Democrat that will Then why will ii n support him. lit) not win? There are more .Democrats in I'owell couutv than it' u Insure In The Fraternal Brotherhood. the OLD HKLIAI1LE SYSTEM of insuruueo ; lowest possible absolute protection for yourself Provides for Accident I'crmiiut'ut Disability and Old Age benefits. It has paid U.1H accident claims and 1,304 death claim, it bus disbursed the sum of :t 748,1 13.73 to its members and their beneficiaries. Thus cuublirig liUfbiunl and wife, mother and her daughters to he associated together in lliu sumo lodge fur bocIhI, intellectual and moral bnirovcments. Applicants mutt he of good moral character and souluhly acceptable. Such men mid women may become members of the tamo lodge, nt the same cost and with exactly the same rights, privileges and benefits. .. ; Mf?'d by J. ANDREW GAIN". Versailles, Ky.. It U rate:, uud-famil- The Myers Patent Mep Wringer This Moji WriitgOTfa'ttm only machine cvir Invented that will wriii;,' a 'i l c!e.i:va mep thoroughly, ft not only takes out the dirt and It uvea the ir.np clean., but it wriiiguitwidry that there i har Cj'ariyaiois'.uro Itft in ihe limp. Tho rloor Is never left iV aUc J, ad yut; untclwayi tftln'f, t clean imp. The machi.iulav j ys"tviIuto; nfaau retii'i-M- i ksl ill, aaaiiy. bojy cm e. i '.t. r.ttiN ww n or c!. Ul. l fs : h.l.ur'tiiyer, as i 11 tl'j- ctio rur!c (jul Uvr a:.il. h.'ttcr ihni tlireu one withaiioth Trtiovico knuwn. Th pail'tcld on the piatturin machine and cnn.liu tciovt it at any and Ii nut attache! time. It is a tways ready fur ma and'tliereare no parts tu get out of order. A trial ol our inacliino willconvinca you that its work Is perl cel. Wa have yet to fiad a disattltoil cuibwer. e CALL UPON J. D. HUNTER,-- Represutative for the 10th Congressional district,-whwill bo in Clay City for tho next thirty days and take pleasure in further explaining its operations uud benefits r If your deal cr MYERS does aot bandla tbla Mop Wriugvr, write direct to iu. tllMU MH Mwwrrt,, IMuwk, N. Y. THE' LOCAL, I'HIJUSDAY, TIMES. I'aFKR. AN ALL. HOMEMADE BREVITIES. .... Oct. J5), 1011. Sid Easter lias returned Hamilton, Ohio. vSlierifl' from Tom Hall was nominated for by the Republicans at Stanton Saturday. Misses Carrie and Grace Tip ton, of Winchester, spent three days with relatives in the city. Mrs. James Holinan, of Bo wen, visited relatives in the city a short, time the last of the week Gilniore Slimp and Mrs. Jesse Lucy Stokley were married in this city Thursday, October 12th. Joe Burgher, who located at aged 78 years. Justice Harlan is Wimauma, Fla., about. eigH a native of Kentucky and was a months ago has moved from there former law partner of Governor to St.. Louis, Mo. A. E Willson. There is strong J. H. Bnrgher was brought last talk of Willson becoming Har- Thursday from the hospital at an's successor. Lexington and has since been Is The World Growing Better? getting along real nicely. Many things go to prove that it is. Mrs. W. L. Jackson, of The way thousands are trying to Vaughn's Mill, returned Tuesday help others is proof. Among them from a visit, to her daughter, Mrs is Mrs. W. W. Gould, of Pittsiield, N. H. Finding good health by tak Betsey Iiupard at Pilot View. ad-vis- A monument ecected to the niuiuory of General John H. Mor Let us all boost the City Hall. gau and his men was unveiled at The city has the money to build Lexington yesterday. The mon it and pay cash for it. They have ument was put up by the United enough cash on hand to build a Daughters of the Confederacy. nice one too. We hope to see Averts Awful Taagedy. work on it begun within thirty Timely advice given Mrs. C. days. Every body is for therity of Marengo, Wis., (It. Hall and what, every body is for No. 1 ) prevented a dreadful trrge-dshould be had. and saved two lives. Doctors had said her frightful cough was a It's Equal Don't Exist. No one bus ever made a salve, "consumption" cough and could ointment or balm to compare with do little to help het After many Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the remedies failed, her Hint urged her one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, to tuke Dr. King's New Discovery. Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, "I have been using it for some Ulcers, Eczema, Salt Rheum. For time," she wrote ''and the awful Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped cough has almost gone. It also hands or Spruins its supreme. Un saved my liltk boy when taken rivaled for Piles. Trv it. Only 25c with a sever" bronchial trouble." This matchless medicine has no Lumber Co's. at Swnnn-Da- y for throat and lung troubles. Noted Kentucklan Dead. Price oOo and 11.00. Trial bittle Justice John M. Harlan, of the free. Guaranteed by Swann-DaSupreme Court, of the United States is dead at Washington, Lumber Co. Miss Ethel Johnson has enter- ed Stant.m College. What Atts You) Do you feci weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tongue, bitter or had taste in morning, "heart-burn,- " belching of gas, acid risings in throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, fou! breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred ymptoms p y If you hare any considerables number of tho chore symptoms you are suffering from biliousness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made. .i .. up oi ine most vaiuaDie medicinal. principles known to .medical science .... the permanent. for Hi IP . . BSSf I cure oi sucn Dnarmu conditions, it is a most efficient liver invigorntor, stomach tonic, bowel regulator and nerve strengthened The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a lull list of its ingredients being printed on its and attested under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harmg ful' drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, d glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of nstive American medical, plants. forest World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ... bottle-wrapp- habit-formin- triple-refine- 2 Buy ) y We'll Show You. If you have any doubt the goods you ought to buy, we wnr.t to show yon. If you have any doubt about the place to go, we'd like to tell you several things about our line. Full quality, great variety, low cost. All we say is backed by what we do. Williams' Two Stores, Clay City, Ky. Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and Cultivators FROM- ing Electric Bitters, she now Edwin Rose went to Mt. Ster other sufferers, everywhere, ling court Monday where he to take them. "For years I suffer bought a bunch of nice yearling ed with stomach and kidnev troub cents per le.'' she writes. "Every medicine Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, steers at about Roses, Phlox, etc. pound. I used failed till I took Electric BitEverything For Elder J. D. Hunter, who is in ters. But this great remedy help- the city to work in the interest ed me wonderfully." They'll help ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. of the Fraternal Brotherhood any woman. Tliey'iethe best ton OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. will preach at the Christian ic and finest liver and kidney rem Free Catalog. church Sunday and Sunday night. edy that's made. Try them. You'll No Agents. Swann-Dasee. 5ec at Lumber J. A. Fox has moved back to Co's store. H. F..Hillenmeyer& Sons, "Winchester after spending six Lexington, Ky. months in our city. We were in If you want hopes Mr. Fox would buy prop to see your erty here and take up citizenship dollars magniOAPITAX. STOCK, 8100,000 J with us. fy und increase SURPLUS AND UN- as you spend DIVIDED PROFITS. 1HO.OOO 9 D. Hunter who is in Elder J. tliem, why, city in the interest of the the spend them Fraternal Brotherhood, called on $ THE us and explained its workings here. We'll give you the most for $ 3 which impressed us as being them; we are sure of this you k OF WlNCHHTKK, KV. need only try it once und you'll be r something good. " sure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, I? ft P X.IIor.XY WlTHBRHPOON, IRKH jj Frost has spared us another Clay City, Ky. Jj W. U. Spuar, 3 Oasiiikr week and all kinds of vegetation We are still remains green. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED not living in a cotton state, but frost, has been late enough both last, year and this to have fully matured crops of cotton. Fruit and Shade Trees! il Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. y Fall and Winter Winchester Bank. -- Goods. HARD WICK yon i AND Define CO. making Our Fall and Winter Goods nrv now in. your purchases, call und see them and get our prices on anything Dr. and Mrs. Win. C. Martin, Mr. and Mis. A. T. Whitt, Misses Molly and Ada Johnson and Messrs. C. F. Tomlinson and Xirun Hackwiii'th attended dedication services of the Cat Creek Christian Church near Vinton BsHlol IV 'isBSBSBSBsBRi I 'VshhhhhhbIbhhiI J.P.riAUPPIN,f $ 5 t Watchmaker Jeweler. t f All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing oa Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC-- f Line of- TION GUARANTEED. nny need. Wo claim that wo will save you money by selling yon good that will give you more service for thy money than elsewhere. it. If you do not already know we it, give us a chance to t prove this claim, for if can do this it's to your interest to know We cun't mention every thing hero that wo handle, as we try will call your uttention to some lines Sunduy. The bridge for the Old Clay V FOR TIRED FEtf? Jity crossing jointly contracted by the city and county has J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., for arrived and will be put up soon is Agent for Powell County for the a- us possible. We are glad to know bove moft complete cabinet that this bridge will be up and ever offerd the public. ready for travel by winter when Full Stock in Store. the river stavs up a good portion of the time. All credit to the city council and our ellieient Fit-:- MillikanBusiness School Court. Tho have our thanks. Lexington, Ky. dives Ala to Strikers. Sometimes liver, kidneys und BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, lxiweU seem to go on a strike and TYPEWRITING. refuse to work right. Then you nee thosed pleasant little strike, This 6chool has turned out. hun breakers Dr. King's New Nife dreds of men und women who Pills to give them natural aid and ure successes. It will make gently compel proper action. Exa success of you. cellent health soon lollows, Try Lumber them. 25o At Swanu-DaWiite (or Catalogue. Co'b store. al y at all times to keep as near as possible every thing the people esleso:s want. Hut wu that we E t are espeeially anxious for you to get acquainted with. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in the new, also in the plain, staple styles und feel sure can suit every one, and know money. Men's und Doys' Hats Shoes for we can Ba ve jeweiry cc spectacles. Call and see me In you the Red River Hotel Building, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. the new things in both rough and smooth effects and also in the plain staple styles. we have them in "Wulk-Over- " men, "Queen Quality" and "Doston Fuvorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leuthers and lasts in Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEYsLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k is the seat medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Succeed whea everything else falls. Ia nervous prostration and fcinalo Weaknesses Use are the supreme remedy, as thoiissnds have testified. . both button und lace. We also defy competition in our lines of heavier 'shoes for both sexes in ull sizes try them and compare them with those sold elsewhere. See our lines of ruin coats, hunting und work coats, corduroy and other servicable punis.cups, trunks, suit cases, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods. for every thing, us it will pay you, for wo und to get it we must make it to your interest In fact, sie us want your trade, this we will do. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. V .4 0 Thu life of an editor - nr nil roses. If hu pleases "tie f.icsioii He he displeases the (it her. of suyiim too much a bout soincoiio and ton little nbot. another. If he surest!' a rem edy i'or any social evil a laru part of the coiiiiiuniit is profuse in its expressions of disap provil. So he taxes his weary lirriii to escape the shoals that mean shipwreck to so many editors. What Is Your Family Worth? If your family is worth the best you can afford in house and food and clothes, is it not worth the best n.-- well? And the best i. .uiiti-n.iditn: best i'or buys and girls, is to -t for muii and women Combe found in The Youth's panion. Of stories alone TJje Companion i i'Shingles for Sale. nift of Black oak and pine at 82. oO and Culeiidnr for 1012, "On the Ni'v Knglnhd Cimst," liilm 82.25 per tlioiie.oid at mill. Very Serious Davis & Hurglier, jriipheil in ten color.i nml gold. It Is a very serious matter to ask nl,V Vaughn's Mill, Ky. t'l.Tu now for tin Hi wei-ktor one medicine and have the v iiieti, but on .Ihiiumi v 1. 11)12. wrong one rjiven ysu. For this ft ii will find sturies lie suiixfripcitn prlco will be nd iiH ' reason we urje you la buying to so varied and intenstiim sto. ii i. cctl o 82"Jb'0. be carcfui to get tho genuine ric- ss in the face of peri Tin- - Yniiili's C'Hiipii'iinn, t?trn tii tdvt ntures with cieatures of BLAck-IsaugH- T IM IteikelySt., Uoston, .Miiph. the forest anil the sea, moving Liver Medicine s New Subscriptions Received at this stoImioisnis, i,r obtained In all conntrles OR HO ril. MARKS, CarraU and Copyrights regis. Ofiice. ries breezy with good natured The reputation of thia old, reliaSend Sketch, Moilel or I'lioto, Tor ble medicine, fcr constipation, ini)HpntAiinty. 1'atrntpract-Irreii Rafonr onBANK RfrCRINOIS. humor, quaint andeurious char-acte- r eiclailvely. digestion end liver trouble, is firm0. Sliiiniessei Iiiib iiiiirkeil down Kenil 3 nls in stamps for Inralnshle hook sketches. ly established. It desa not imitate lileli otiPt will pay. llow lo net a partner, a lot of slioes.und is sollitii: tlifin other medicines. It is better than patent law and other valuable Intorinalion. Now is the time to subscribe, for others, or it would not be the fait reiluced prices. See Ins advervorite liver powder, with a larger you will receive free from the tisement in this issue. D. eate tnan oil others combined. time your $1.75 is received all the PATENT LAWVFDfl. SOU) IN TOWN F2 Lower Taxes issues for the remaining weeks vntili! ben most (li'imlile clianp'. of l'Jll, containing the opening chaplliHt seplli? In lie out of ters of Ralph D. Pane's great se- "lit the q'ie.tion jiist now. the best rial story of the Boxer rebellion, WI.'MC W H Jlssa&ai IM ll' iBls Wi ssM "The Cross and the Dravon.' tiling in do is tit suve tux money by ii.ikiny your piirehiist'S at Williams' Two Stores. rti.l punt ' i i marly :)()() in the pnpei ilitoun in. miiiI counting tin- jlo M"U hiil' serial stories, they cos lcf. than ihe a cent piece. nreover, oil will Inol mi- - m . of )i iiil tlieni iBtli- rin-Coiu- - iiiiiin Mih.-u'ih- er - S - . e SWIFT & CO. sBBsBSBSBSBsatfVT II Don't Suffer!- - FOR SALE A JH'aO u NOT ' ONE REO CENT IH KNUiCE. DAYS TRIAL of 8 II J J- t- S . ' ' " ;m?: JTVA- ; ' V 7 " . - BllsM From My Factory Direct to I you. uvc8$3StotS0. I'll prove this (faVfliMB beyond the shadow of a doubt If LfeSHBl nT-- 2 -- SM&aml my ship you one you will let me tjpJSn fgljttialLnMiCTA lljl'lq? TH WnfM Splendid Farm. A il, ic M'h-io- '.)!, farm of 210ucres, well improv- n ilea frtnn t'l.iy City on pub- - yQll b5to;;:)1 rtui'i. to elm relic-- ', aiul pi etolllee. (iood duel lliL' "t S r.iiHIl- - Mini 2 poteiies Nice i 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly CYRUS L. ADLER Tbe ssi Plaioand Orgaa Tl1ict llual mmm MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I SEND ME YOUR NAME jS nnyuiiiMiB ol Organs igj Usi BjP sp ' young orcli'inl Hiit excellent spring in the yaid. Good i.,irn mid nil.fr Tfiiniit iitcf s ii'y otitbuildtiiL's. llOlU-- e About nil ill blue mi pliicc. urn-uiiie ulliilile Ini.ii anil ti til- ber on tli- place, ami all tinder fair fence. There ' "are in till 8 eever g springs in different parts ol t e place This is a yond plae to -. - TAKE DU i Tk. Woman'sTonic 'il ) make money wliere prnnerlv linn I've busted tho hot air bubblslof the dealers, treats and middlemen of this country by selllnfi direct to the homes at the same price they formerly paid ma for my organs. whether yon want to buy or not and 111 send you free of charge and postpaid the most wonderful orttan boolc and buying plana you ever saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the bojcoreanbutdoiiotgiveyouanyproof. I do. and here is the proof. I own my own timber lands, saw mills, dry kilns and factory. 1 do not hare to pay one penny of profit for lumber or mllllne. Th profits that other manufacturers pay to lumber and saw mills. I put into my Adler Organs. (The NUlmnsales of Organs). That's the reason my organ is better than any ether make. Another Proof I guarantee my organs for CO years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 yean. Don't this mean something! My selling plans are the fairest, simplest, ssfest and easiest ever placed before the American public, in that 1 grant my customers all the time they want, arrange thi-i- r payments as it suits their income and circumstances, give them reasonable extensions cf time if they can't meet their payments and charge them no Interest. Ask some of your aelghbors who the best proof mo about this. dii't withyou can duplies toThat'sproposition. you can get. I would just as soon give you f 1.000 this iu s H it 1 died. One hundred acres of tins' land will grow good tobacco. This land is susceptible to division amlj will make two. good farms, Tii - is( a bargain for! Vonie one. Come h- o(l at qil ek as tliU jibire-inus- t 1 tines once, aii iitthe i.Jhee Go Right Ahvad. You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write lo: Indies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Ca, Chattinooia, Tentt, book. "Home Treatment (or Women." sent tree. J GO lor Special Instructions, and ' Our wall paper sale is one of the big events of the season. WV are SlJtWRY U.ist-noiiu- nlMWIliu: tlie liealHlftll tllillL'"' which earlier iii the year commanded n No. : OF L. Elleetive .May Miliums. & E. TirIE Tjf6LE. West-Houn- 8, 1011. MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) has a tone ncret to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life time and it won the highest pnzeat tlisttt. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are thebe3t. Everybody is buyinir an or.-:ithese dcys and everybody Is buying an Adler on account of its high quality, wearing qualities, stvle and reputation. I am Belling themf or less thsndealeraand agents are selling cheaper grade organs when you stop to think and realize that when you buy from one of these middlemen you must P .his proflt, time, talesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whole lot a .d stand befora you as the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working (I i and night, grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and litYiral treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75,000. Whenever I fell rn A'ller. It wlls a doicn more and soon indefinitely. They've stood the test and always wiU. Quality always w;as out. lumber price and nmv only coal? . ; Daily No. i, Daily. I No. 1, bout Daily A. M. ' No. a, Daily. P. M. 4:.M) two-third- s. The reu.Miti The b"iufit is is the I'.tll Sto.-k- , enjoyed by all. ' ' 1 A. M. ::!" : I We'll like to bell moie pupt-- r to morrow than nut lint" I hie erk .Mrc .1. V. Williams. Clay Uity, Ky Farm 'for- - Seie. r 8 : l.S Lexington, Viiteiifhier, li. it K. .Junction, Indinii CLaY (MTYt Kii-ld- 8:0." 7:fll 7 ::57 4:Ii: 4 :aa 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 Scforo I cold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, as I am doing now exclusively. I used to soli to ('enters only, but when I found out that they sold my organs for twice and three times as much ai they pall mc. making the poor people bleed for It. I was thunderstruck and quit. I eent out thousands of noticrs telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct to tho homes, saviur them tho enormous, Unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers 75.0H0 of thrm) at leart $2,633,000. all of which would have gone to the dealers had I sold the organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. j t:. :i:i:. :!: .S':n !i :iiU ! Stanton, (?r ?u iierec inoi e. or lef,--, noii land' thai will $:row good tobacco, corn and other Cinpi; ' lu llillf- - liinn tttl'i .'l:Vj !:-'- 7 ' :'o lloslyn, ' 7:1!) 4 7:10 7:0." (i:.ri!i ; :4:i 8:o( ;t:45 a :ao :i:25 :i:15 i :ol l :o7 :.)( ti :"i'2 flay (.'ity. um .dwclltn1.', hum 4:tl 1 t:W i Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU U limply thlt, I will hlpyoo,oa30dafffrtrUl,anorfayoa wftot, ea ty reonbU Urmiyoo ieit, Jaik ft it lulu yvur tnrom nd clrcutniUncet. If yon keep It at tb cod of tba trltl period, which I know you will, you can pjr U cub or ft will turn down and tbe btlanc monthly, quarterly, ml too QftUy or my other reonlil wty. II at any tlmo yon can't mtet a payment when lt'a duo, 111 gladly five yon a rtaionabla item ion of lima. You .hall not Inconeepicure yooreelf by bujlof an Adler, for I'm olo to mike It the eaaleet purchaee yon aver made. I'll charge yon no intern ai otbar organ nvn are doing. If yon don't keep ray ersan be cauie U'a not aa repreeented, you can ihip (tback at niy csi panie and 111 pay you every cent you paid for freight, so you Furthermore, If at any time will loae aUolutaly nothing. within a year, my organ doea not bold up to every claim I made, you can ehlp It back at my espenie and I'll return toyou every dollar of the purchaat price with per cent. Interest and all freight paid. I can agree to do thia Lacaaie I kuow bow my organ are made and positively know they always make miof and other outbuilding's, vnimoicl. nriijiiht bearing, cll watered, (hie Milphur f pi nig in the vard is on. the fiiuntv nun and elo.e ami etc. 1'iic re.iciiitiible and Iriin? ' Apply at ihi- - IPfo Tin.-place : H:'i-10:.-.-T 1 1 i o:l!i via ; II LKMINC-STON- :' Filson, I'aniptot' .Inuctlon, Naiural Bridge, 'I'm rent, lieiitiv ville .let. O. & Iv. .huiciioii, .1 ackson, :i:..l G:40 (i::2o ii :()'! - o:lo .' :0o l l'iicksaml, Train No. 1 1:25 . flood My Piano Offer The Greatest My hUh crado world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand Hanoi ca I be had direct fro-- n my factory on the same liberal buying plans as applied to my Adler Or In tone, excellence, workmanship, materia! and finish they have no superior, if un equal, and, I can save you $100 to tltO. They are artbtic in dtslen, built to la. t a life time, have a tone as clear and r.uru na u bell, anJ a wonderful, easy, elastic touch. Gusumatccd lor 23 Years Ctool, scarf and instruction book grlven with every piano. Scud for catalogue and bujing plans. 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I gotrsalM all mr ortsns forSO ytiri, somtthlni no other oriso ai.a will do. ily gutrsute. bood ll tb itroagetl Trr wrlllca sad II jroq will ik your banker or say ( my local butt or lb. .dttor of tbla pspor to niy rolUbillty, you wilt bt told that X am as sound s a rock, Ibtt you ctn eaf.ly t ntrr Uto say traatactloo with as and last sll ol my dt.llDgi sro on tbo sastro. Send yoor naiao for cattlog sad buying plant. You CONNKCTIONS. will make connection at Lexington with the L. t. N. tor Louisville, Ky. No. 1! will make connection with the L. & Is", at I.exinutou for Cim ini'iiti, (). t'A.MPTON J UNCI' ION: Trains No-- 1, ,',:! and 4, will make Ijo.mI AN I'Kl liollrck'f fil III witii .Mountain Central Kallwuy to ami from Qaiupton. M iv!ine i cj'iiie-- . th(i ser l(e of a UKATTY VILLK .1 UNCI ION: Train Nos.'t. ii and : will nmke convu in Uluy City to look irpif.i-iit'inection with the L. it A. Kailway for Ueattyville. .'! 'lenewuU ai d m ). & K. .lUNcrjON: Trai-- s Nos. .titer and 4 will make connection with Ohio e.Menil ciicillatiou.by speidnl nielli Kentucky Hallway for C.innel City, Ky. and O & K. plat ions. - uhicli hhVe proved i ii CHAR. SCOTT, GenM Pasner Aent. ciiiiiini.-hi'ii- i. iiccfiul Sal.irv'iiiid tosi-hool -. con-nectin- ti Vr d- iiiim-ii- -- tloa book fleca wltb will bo under no obllsetloa wbateeer, stool snd tuatruc ti ery orssn. CRTUS U ADLER, Pres. Adler Hlg. Co. i'revioil- - e.vpeileiic'u di'fdralile, lull hide lillic orsi.llc mil eei.titl. time. Adllrcsx, wjlb lelflelicis I. V. Full banks, '?oi oj 'i ii eki ep log .Magiisune, .'." 1 1'tiinih Aw.,' NewJ "I mk ity. I TEAK 1HIS OUT. MAIL Y Make a cross In the circle for org-snor pianos or write your name and address on a postal card or In letter, statins; which you want piano or organ desa cription. Don't enclose any stamp. 1 pay all charges. Writ, plainly. CRTUS U AftlEH, Pit 2M Cbsstnut St. LtuloUie, K. AND CURtU v2 Not Simply 5upni53 f I want your wgaa MOK. I want pictures and full of your pianos. oB I Name I II Address I I County. I I State Whoa you buy, buy net simply a cir- .uui car servirv. nuy corrotv uc.iiru, aocur- And it's yours for tlio aaldnj. ato construction and good uwteruU Uuy sounu motor car value, Won't you ask tor it t MARATHON Models Include Torix do Tovrlaa Car. Fare Boor How Is thr time of oar r)ien yca'a-'bo. la tbj JIAHATlION yon set all tLL-Kinulmf tliiuk uf thu cji you uiuinl lliitv'ou't neevrt our mere ststcint-ut- . For utiyti itjmoiubcr, whn yon buy, that tho s,lso- - wo cnu iouruic jou oflU trutto. 1UM limit or dollsr lor do.li).' r.tur-u V ?. a :iavn ;a trbleb describe. In reidiod in curs sc'liu und r Sitro. Whoa . ' " dctMiidiblu yon Djy more, your rtlurm aru not lu a Car'fcuS Cai1 Sarvice ",".''.'' Vr..e"e.li' thoMAlUfllON. Touring : tor. Staadard Tourlaa Car aad Boaoatcr. aasl Torse ao KaaOalcr. Price lrosa SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, NaAvllle, Ten. tltt to (1,7m. a