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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 26, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911102601_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 26, 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. I CD TJELE 8i. oo a Year in Advance CL.A We are here to'help Clay City, pi Y TIMES. .1. tfaejorrooiiiing Coontry aoi Ourselves. C Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, The Republican Ticket Nimed. Republicans and Inde- K.Y., TJffilSDAY. OCTOBER 2G. JOlI. book-keepin- NO. 4?, Kimbrell. Mrs. Everett Burton, of Tranp, visited relatives near Sams the first of the week. Mrs. FranceB Pairick, Mrs. Em-ijEmbs and the little child of Sam Stone are all very sick. Lincoln Roland will move to a farm in Clark county soon where he has rented for next year. xE. N. King and Harry Witt are building a new school house at Corinth for which they are to y Letter from Oklahoma. pendent votera of Cny City held a mass meeting in this city Friday night and put. out a city ticket to !e voted for this fall us follows: receive $289. Mrs. John Barn's and daughter, Lillie, of this place visited Mr. Henry Burton and family of E. B. McGlnnc, for Mayor; E. N. Wilson, Police. Judge; John Maxwell, Wmv Eaton, T. G. White, and Elijah Stokley for Councilmen, M. F. Carr and Noah Anderson Were also nominub ed for Councilmen, but would not think of running under the log cabin. They are Democrats of the true blue type. -- If therailrondsof thecountryran spend millions annually straightening their roads and lessening grades and curves, cannot the farmers, aided by the people of the cities, as they would be by bond issues, spend a few thousands on good roads? Highways are the farmers' railways, and easy transportation is as essential to the farmer as it is to the Trapp last week. Rev. H. J. Parsons, of Lee county, the new pastor at Chapel was here last Sunday, but no services were held as but few were out. Ho will hold services liere on the second Sunday in each month instead of the fourth as before. Kim-brell'- 8 5- Thos. Conery, of Gassaway, VV. When a man in .search of a Va., has been visiting friends in home.or business location goes to the city and county this week. a towu and finds everybody full There are two ways of spend- of hope and enthusiasm over the ing a dollar. You can spend it prospects of the place he, too, lit home, gain an easy conscience soon becomes imbued with the make another friend and perhaps same spirit, drives down his :et the dollar back tomorrow, stakes and goes to work with or.you send it. aw.ayfeel that interest. you have sinned, offend the home e Burley inercharjtjand forever. loses,the ,:01arence Lebus, d6U'ind?thei) Tobacco" Bbcwtyy bough ! for good to yourself and, neigh- lie sale Monday, a farm of 848 acres in Fayette county at $220 bor. per aero, a total of something "Fit for the Fray" over $76,090. Is what is said ofonr ready-madclothes for children. They stand The National American Woand man's Suffrage Association cloeed the wear and tear of child-lifUnlike the Children a meeting Tuesday night at LouThemselves, do not run away when isville. , A look through will conwashed. Williamsj John T. Welch, of Treadwell, vince you. Mrs. J. Clay City, Ky. Alaska, is in the 'city today. al railroad. Inland Farmer. of-th- tipu b-- e e New Fall Millinery Juft received from the city wliich,cornbines the newest styles and lowest prices; -- Hominy, Okl, 1010 1911. Clay City TimefijJf Olay City?Ky. Dear Times: 'Jrhe wheel of time rolls swiftmoti." I have been here (in thdyOsage Indian Reservation) forlO months and have read the Times with pleasure every week sfoce I have been here and want to keep reading you, besides the you weekly, other uews, tell Jme so much my old pupils, patrons and f tiends in Clay Oitjjr, Ky. Through your medium I w.rife to them all. I must congratulate yon, the county, and especially Clay City on account of th.$ result 'of the recent election held in Powell county. All should rejoice for we know that orient the greatest evils has been renmyed from your Powell Xj6unty has a midst. brighter future tlijul she has had for some time, h I like this coujjtry. I have taught seven months since I have been here, but. ha,v been farming since the beginninof the pres-es- t cropping seasons My brother "andwife and three small children, amft,my widowed and sister, Mrs. .Nancw-Ashbtwo children are. ykth .me. They are all pleased witbithe' country. We have had; drought here which cut the cota potato and other vegetable cfjpB very short, but cotton and irate: fall croDs. such' "nscifhe, jCai.-carb- . milo inuiiu aim ptjutrnrU'HJit;uuiu uuu fall grass is fine. There are 2200 Osage Indians in this (Osage) county. They each have about 654 acres of laud and draw a pensions They as a body are the richest people in the world. Thoy won't work and do nothing but drive around in their carriages and have a good time. They try to have the best of every thing. They won't have any thing cheap, but often pay high prices for cheap goods. If they would work a little and take care their money they wouldn't have to do any thing else. But few of them are allowed to sell their land and but few of them try to improve it. A few of them have the restrictions removed and can sell. g they must pass in and physics. No teacher can receive a first class certificate who has never taught and no teacher can be related by affinity or consanguinity to anv member of the school-boarEach district must own a library and a U. S. Flag. Such laws in the State of Kentucky would make her schools better. I am interested in our school at Clay City, Kentucky. How is it getting iilong? The last nork I did there was to fill tho yard full of trees, shrubs and flowers, many of which came from the Bo tanical Garden, WasHngton, D. C, and many from the woods and the homes of the pupils. How are they getting along? Have they been and are they still being taken care of? The school-boarthe town marshal and the pupils all promised me that they would take care of them. I hope they have done so and will continue to do so. I know that all teachers will take an interest and pride in M i i s work and do all in their power to make the school-housand surroundings the most pleasant, and attractive place in town. Where are all my old pupils? I wish 1 could hear from them d, Darlingsville. Mr. W. J. Barnett called on his sipter Monday, Mrs. Martha Snowtlen. Miss Nettie Todd spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Fannie Mountz. Mr. Allan Gravitt is very sick at this writing, but we hope he will soon recover. lioseu) Bowman who has been e working near Ileidelburg returned home Tuesday. Mrs. John Rose visited her daughter, Mrs. Sarah Reynolds Saturday and Sunday. Mesdames A. C. Barnes and R. L. Tipton spent the afternoon with Mrs. Emma Mountz Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Barnett visited their brother, J. F. Barnett near Spout Spring Saturday and Suuday. "Uncle" Bill Snowden is the first to kill hogs in this neighHo killed two fine borhood. porkers Monday. Miss Nannie Walters visited her cousins, Misses Mandy anil Bessie Walters near. Black creek Saturday and Sunday. if this manuMr. and Mrs. Edd Bush spent script don't find its way into the Sunday with their brother, G. waste basket I hope to see it in W. Bush. print, in next week's ''Times". Wishing .you many pleasures Mr. Henry Lyle, who has been iever. attendirigV6clioolaltStnutauhus Your friend, engaged in business at home. H. M. Brumley. The Vaughn's Mill Sunday school for the past two Sundays Farmers have made great has been held on Little creek. It speed the past several pretty is hoped that these meetings on days in putting in their small Little creek will cause the Sungrain and in getting other farm day school to grow larger and Edito'-- all. Now Mr. , Yaughn's Mill. woik up. more prosperous. m m WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We curry a full line ot General Merchandise and SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! coft in order ' to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. save some First come, first served. SHIMFESSEL'S. 'I am very busy picking cotton, and trying to take care of the fall milo crop of cane, caflir-cormaize, &c. There is much work to be done here. I have about 85 acres of cotton which is good and about the same amount of corn which is bad. It made nothing scarcely, on account of the drought. They say corn crops are sometimes fine here. Land rents here in three ways: Dash at from $1.50 to $3.50 per aero, grain rent, i of corn and i Of cotton, and if the land owner .furnishes teams, feed and imple- ntwipfljltivatefarm the rent er get'$3fclT; As a general thing tlie moa'dow and pasture lands are. given Vfree jdftfo the farm ' land. Schools are good. hero. Teachers are well paid and we have the be6t school houses lever saw. Teachers (outside the common branches) must be examined in vocal music, drawing, agriculture and domestic science and if a flrst class certificate is granted are selling the goods to our largo trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods.They wlllopenyoureyeetoan opportunity,. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live In Clay City or neat our store we will "deliver the goods" Mm THE TIMES. PUBLISHED EVEIir TflUHSDAY. Subaoription rates $1 a year or three years in advance $2. .1. U. burgher, Publisher. second-clas- s Kntered as Vhu rsday, mail matter. Oct. 20, 1911. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub-s- . riben), we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al , 1.00 k Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 90 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 1.00 Inland Farmer American Farmer 00 Southern Agriculturist 75 to forget it too. Don't blame will do to colno out when is Governor. them. That is the darkest blot Kentucky history and tho on The Republicans of Olay City Republican party leaders of-tare to be com thended for their are responsible for it. No wongamenees in putting a city ticket der they try to forgot. in the field. These men afe O'Roar is for the primary elec- wholly worthy;; of their party tion law when he cannot name vote, but no Democrat in tho city the man. Had he wanted the has an excuse fo cross oyer and people to elect his successor in wo don't think" a Democrat, in stead of appointing him hisself the city will '5b so. Hurrah for after he vacates tho seat and is our city ticket.' They must be made Governor, ho would have elected by a vote of two to one. resigued and allowed the voters Thus must every Democrat in the to select his successor. Ho is city vote right in this municipal insincere in one way or tho oth- election. er, or both, and we believe it is Every body knows "Little" both. George Lylenhd for this reason We have nothing personal to most every b6dy in this district say against the Republican nom- will vote for 'him. See that his inee for Sheriff", but Powell is a name is on ''youn ballot, and it Democratic county and as such will be if you. vote the Demo Mc-Orca- it and would have everyone else mauagerSj wejohder what they $ioo Reward, $ioo. he ,( The readers of this pnper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that fcinr-bus been able to euro in all its staHall's ges, and that is Catarrh, Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical f raternity. Catarrh beifg a constitutional disease, requires u constituHall's Catarrh tional treatment. Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the syctem, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in ilP curative power that they offer Oiie Hundred Dollars for any ease that it faili t eure. Send for li- of testimonials. Address V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, coiutl-lutionan- d -t V 75e. Sold by all Diugnif-tFills for Take Mall's Family s 4. r During the Week of DEHOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator, OLLIE M. JAMES, of Crittenden county. For Governor JAS. B. McCREAKY, of Mudison county. For L'ieutennnt Governor E. J. McDEHMOTT, of Jefferson county. For Attorney Generul JAMES GARXETT, of Adair county. For Auditor HENRY M. BOSWOUTII, of Fayette county. For Treasurer THOS. S. RHEA, of Logan county. For Secretary of State C. F. CREOELIUS, of Pendleton county. For Supt. of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian county. For Commissioner of Agriculture . believe that Democrats should elect Democrats to ofTco at least when they have an opportunity to put such valiiableTUid worthy men in office as A. P. Johnson. No true Democrat will think of not voting for Johnson. lie pos sesses every qualification of a we cratic ticket; ' O'Rear is going over the country telling th people what he is for and he hasn't told them yet. He is out.for votes and the title of "Governor." He is only talking for them. Ae October 10 th r good, officer. the election draws near la The International Harvester bor gets shorter, and the boodler Co., are sending men through the is in his glory. Boys, better go farming districts of Kentucky and slow. Remember Adams conn- ' , o'cher states with moving pictures ty, Ohio. showing their plant ,nnd mode of Q'Renr evidently doesn't be making all kinds of farm malieve in thisJappropriate saying chinery. This show is given free "A still tongue for a wise head." of charge. However, it is incom plete because, it doetn't show howJ SPOUT,- - SPRING. the Harvester Uo. skins the farmers. Elders G. W'i Mcintosh and B to Irvine Thurs S. Burgher.-yjbn- t A. P. Johnson as Sheriff will day on business. make one of the best officers Powa meeting The Saints-icloseell county ever had, and every here Sunday.nigl)t. Eight- con dolTar of the county's money will Verts, were baptized Snnday. by promptly turned over as he At BuddiiOrow's sale near did thf pnllfwt wine $4t flirt nif - we will have on display a grand I ine of i Millinery, Cloaks, us ' Coat Suits and Skirts. j VotWtrr.iirrnVrtorrhBTCT J'or' Clerk of the Court of Appeals ROBERT L. GREENE, of Bracken county. N Democratic ticket Nov. 7th. If, our Republican exchanges can scarcely get out with nil For State Senator G. T. SMITH, of Lee county. For Representative Geo. LYLE, JR., of Estill county. their free boiler plaio furnished by the Republican campaign per barrel in Hie field; One eight mare brought $129; One mare brought $111; four yeiir-olfilly brought One $115 50 and one colt sold for $100, vear-ol- d three-vearol- d two-year-o- ld J.W USB HOPE Williams & MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, und. pies the woman is wh'i them from Hopk Mills' flour. Success in bread or cnke lulling is always sure to follow Vhen you use this hiyh yrnde und satlsfnctory Hour, sold eVerywheie." II read Imp made For Sheriff A. P. JOHNSON, of Clay City. A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK is an asset of real worth to any community and - For Mayor II. O. WALDRON. For Police Judge LUTHER LOVING. For Councilmeu E. C. VOLLMER, TOM MOUNT, C. SHIMFESSEL, J. G. EASTER, P. B. KIRK. SAM RIXOO. the opportunity to do business with suchja-Ban- should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National is - The seeking your . business. 1 HI Clay m City National $Bank. Judge O'Kenr spoke to u good crowd of Eleventh district voter t.' McKee Tuesday. lie told them he would hold the State l'Hifdatyro in session his full r mm if elected Governor, in r to get a redisricting measure pvncd. Tho redistrietiug u is one of the Judge's pet texts ami should he he elected Gov. ornor, the Legislature would have to he held in continuous session, fir it would he utterly imposs'i hie for him to get a Demi cratic Legislature to fix us a redistriot-iiif- i hill to suit. Iiini. Kentucky i:. a Democrutiu State and it is impossible to so district it as to elect a majority of liupuhlic.iii!. to the Legislature, Nothing short of tliif would please the Judge. or-d(- m mm mm sa WSSm . ew-lift- Insure In The Fraternal Brotherhood. It is tlio OLD KKMAIILK SYSTKM of insurance ; lowest piwsibk' almoliito protrctlon for yourself and family. rated, t lVriiinnuntDUaliility and Old Ae bonetitn. I'rovidt's for It 1ms paid 0 111 ncoldont claims apd 1,301 death clalnu. It lius (lixl)iirsLHl tint xtiin of :i 748,1111.73 to Its nu'lnbers and their Tlitm imihIiIIiik huslwnd nnd wife, mother "und lit r daiiplit(rn to lie afsociati'tl together in the game Mao for intellectual and moral improvements. Appliciints iiuiot be of poixl moral diaracter and Wlably iiccept-ablSuch men and women may become member of 'tun tame lodge, at the name cost nnd with exactly the saina rights, privilege nnd benetlts. a, e. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. The Myers Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer Is tho only machine ever Invented that wll wring nnd clean a mop thoroughly. It oidy takes out the di.'t a:id leaves the mop clean, but It wrjus it so dry that thcro !j liartUy any riiuis'iiro left In tli9 mop. Tho floor Is never left 8tre:iL.' l,ayounrot.lw!iv9uslni; a clean mop. Thu sbttl, as anymaclilnol'iV('rysb'iplt)tOu;'rateuii I rwiii''is body mi mo It. man. wo' i n ore!. Id. It tj a r saver, as ono jxtsoii will do t'io wurls qui !;er apoTb tur than thru, vrithanyoth rdfvlco known. Tho pall tets on )lfo p'ailorm and is not attached to tho machine and can be inovrd at any time. It Is always ready for use and there arc no parts t opt t out of order. A trial of ou machine willconvlnceyou that its work is perfect. Wo have yet to find a dissatisfied customer. If your delr do not hudl thl ifop Wringer.wrlU direct to at. J't lu'-o- CALL UPON Nothing seems to mar the piMoe'of Republican candidates like referring to the (ioehel Tiey are trying to foraet trasr-et'y- ., J. D. HUNTER 1 1 1 llepreHithttivp fpr lie JOth Cotiressioiiiil diRtrjclj who i r t y du y8tf ti d7 ' t a e will be in Uhiy Uity for the next pleasure in further oxphiininfritiiperiitionafttunelitp v MYERS WRINKR M., Mamifrt, Mt hrnvk, M. Y. I. F. Mn it in and family of Vin- THE-TIME- S.- VN A LI IK) ME-M- DIC IMFKK. L0(3AIv THURSDAY, BREVITIES. .... ton, spent a few days with. Dr. vear, surpHsdnIndianapdlis mid Martin the first of the week. Cincinnati according to the reThe Kentucky Bunkers' Asso- port of tho Building Inspector ciation began a two days session made public. at Leximiton yesterday. jed.the S?iuh in building duririf'the 'laat fiscal Louisville Women's Secrets i The Kentucky State Medical Oct. 20, 1011. Association is in session at It's Equal Don't Exist. No one has ever made a salve, ointment or halm to compare with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Sea Ids, Boils, Ulcers, Kezemu, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped hands nr Sprains its supreme. Unrivaled for Piles. Trvit. Only 25c Lumber Co's. at Swann-Da- y Sorghum molasses and winter apples are plentiful on the local market. Tuesday Is Hallow'en, a time anxiously looked forward to by the mischief bent young boys. Only twelve days until tho when the question of who's who in Kentucky, will be decided. The niauy friends of J. H. Burgher will be glad to learn he The Standard Oil Company is is now able to go about the street taking n number of oil leases in for a short while at the time. Cumberland county in view of r sinking aiiumher of test wells. Prof. H. M. Brumley, a principal of our city cshools, A number of wells were former writes'ja very interesting letter ly operated in this county and from Ins adopted home, Hominy, marketed through pipe line connections to Somerset but the pipe Okla. line was pulled up several years G. T. Smith, of Beattyville, our ago, aiid the wells abandoned. candidate for State Senator was here a short while Saturday. He Is The World Growing Detter? spoke at Stanton in the Afternoon Many things go to prove thut it is. where ho made a splendid The way thousands are trying to speech. help others is proof. Among them is Mrs. W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, The writer is not always a good hund to forecast election results, N.JL Finding good health by takbut it surely 'does look like this ing Electric Bitters, she now adtime that the Democrats are go- vises other sufferers, everywhere, ing to have a much bigger ma- to take them. "For years I sufferjority than before recorded in ed wiih stomach and kidncv troub-le.1- ' she writes "Every Ihedicinc jears. I used failed till I took Electvic BitTaulbee Mountz and Noah An- ters. But this great remedy helpderson each had a horse to be ed me wonderfullyj." They'll help excur-siokilled by the any woman. The) 'ie the best tonSunday evening on the Brush ic and finest liver and kidney remMountz'tfliorse edy lhatjs, made. Try thetn. You'll creek crossing. was valued at $200 and Ander nee. 5eft at Swann-DaLumber $125. son's Co's store. of Mrs. . J, H. Hard wick-If you want had a sudden attack of Stanton, to see,, your appendicitis last Monday and dollars magnithe Lexington wb.8 taken- - to fy and increase hospital. She is netting along as you spend nicelyand in all probability will them, why, not be operated upon. spend them A slight frost was visible Mon- here. We'll give you the most for day morning, but a killing frost them; we are euro of this you This is need only try it once and you'll be came Monday night. probably the latest date for frost 6ure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, Clay City, Ky. ever known in Kentucky, and has come in very handy on account of so much late tall work and feedstuff being so sc.irce. for-inewest-bound Averts Awful Taagcdy. Timely advice given .Mrs. C. of .Marengo, Wis., (It. No. ) prevented a dreadful trpge-dand saved two "lives. Doctors had said her frightful cough was a "consumption" cough and could do little to help bet After many remedies failed, her aunt urged her DR. lo take Dr. King's New Discovery. IVI.1x.ob "I have been using it for some time," she wrote, "and the awful cough lias almost gone, It al&o saved iny litth. boy when taken with a sever bronchial trouble." This matchless medicine has no for throat and lung troubles. Price oOo and $1.00. Trial bitlle free. Guaranteed "by Swann-DaLumber Co. y -y Tiiere I ono man in the United States who ha perha"J heard more women' secret than any other man or woman in the country. These accrcta ore not tecrcM of guilt or shame, but the secrets of suffering, nod they hac been confided to Dr. It. V. Pierce in the hopo and expectation of adicc and help. That few of these women have been disappointed in their expectations is proved by the fact .that ninety-eigper cent, of all women treated by. Dr. I'icrce have been absolutely and altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. Hut when that record applies to the treatment of more than half-a- - mil r lion women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal, and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the firt t l specialists in the treatment of women's diseases. Every sick woman mav consult Dr. Pierce liv iMtrr. I, ,1.1.. m... charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, wilfcott any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Preit.. Buffalo, N. Y. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION vv oali. A oxxxoxx JSiolt TComoxx W oil. Strong, Buy Plows, Harrows, and : We'll Show You. Farm Implements. ) 5 If you have 'any doubt the goods you ought to buy, we want to show yd. If you have any doubt about the place to go, we'd like to tell you several things about ) ) our line. Full quality, great vaAll we say is riety, low cost. backed by what we do. Williams' Two Stores, Clay City, Ky. Cultivators FROM' J ) ) ) Fruit and Shade Trees! Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. Everythlns ORCHARD, For Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, LAWN and GARDEN. YOU. n OUR PRICES. MAY INTEREST Winchester, - Ky. No Agents. H.-- 'Free Catalog. & Sons, y HMenmeer , Lexington, ky. jjj CAPITA! STOCK, 8100.000 SURPLUS AN DUN- - K 0 bivihed promts, THE 100.000 Fall and Winter "i l i" J Winchester Bank, OP AVlNCIISTKH. KY. N.1IOI.LY WjTHRRSPOON, PllES. Goods I ; W. R. SinAH, Oahiiikh. ri ? YOUR ACCOUNTS 'BOLIOITUD ?l HARDWICK AND CO. Deputy Sheriff- - J. M. Welch was kept pretty well busy in this city Saturday afternoon writing tax receipts. They are cheaper this year than luFt. Those who have not paid their tux, had better see at once- - that it is done nnd avoid an advunce by reason of penalty which comes a little I j.p.hauppinJ Watchmaker y Jeweler, Ilefore making Our Full and Winter Goods arc now in. your pufclmsef, call and see them anil get our prices on anything you may need. We claim that we will save you money by selling you'goods that will give you more service for the money than elsewhere. If you do not already know it, give us a chance to prove this eluini, for if we enn do this it'fr to your interest to know it. We can't mention every thing here t I s THE HOOSIER SPECIAL. SAVES MILES OF STEPS f that we handle, as we try luter. John T Repairing on Sljort Notice and FOR TIRED FEET Reasonable Terms. SATISFAClocated at Tremlwell, Alaska for f HON GUARANTEED. Line otseveral years, returned to the J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., f home of his father, Deputy Slier-if- f is Agent for Powell County 'for the I Jewelry & Spectacles. J. M. Welch, at Hosslyn, last complete cabinet moft X Call and see the In the Red weok bringing Willi mm nis new everbfferd the public. River Hotel Building, 'bride whom he had married at Full Sttick in Store. KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, "Wells, Minii. October Hrd. Her name was Miss Grace maiden rin II and is a former toucher in MillikanBusiness School the Alaskan TViritory. Brings Bride Home. T. Welch, who has been All Kinds of Watch and Clock at all times to keep as near us possible every thing tno people Hut wo will call your attention to Eome lines thut we want. are especially anxious for you to get acquainted with. Men's and have them in tho new, also in the plain, staple styles and feel sure can suit every one, and know we can etve you money. Men's and Hoys' lints we have them in the new things Boys' Clothing we t in both rough and smooth effects and also in tho plain staple styles. I Shoes for men, "Queen Qnality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leathers and lusts wi both button and lace. VTe also defy competition in our lines of heav"Wulk-Over- " Lexington, Ky. dives Ala to Strikers. kidneys and BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Sometimes bowels seem to go 'on a strike and TYPEWRITING, refuse lo wurk right. Then you net, Uidued pleasant littln Strike, This schoo.l-haturned out hunrfi&A and women who breakers Drr Kind's New Nife dreds of I'ilU to giva Jhetu natural aid iuid A are successes. It will make n success of you. gently compel proper action. health' soon lolldws, Try Lumber Wiite for Catalogue. them. 25c at Swnnn-DaCo's store, Ex-'celje- nt -- Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else ails. In nervous prostration and female Vfesknesaoa they are the supreme remedy, as, thousands have testified. for both texes in all sizee try them nnd compare See our lines of rain coats, buntthem with those sold el6ovhore. ing and work coats.corduroy andTother servicable pant8,cap?,trunks, suit cases, ladles' mid gents' furnishing goods. In fact, see us ier shoes for every thing, and to get it it will pay you, for we want your trade, this we will do. we must muke it to your interest us . FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE y 3 Jit taa is the best medicine ever sold over a drogg let's counter. mum mini ni 1 Hardwick & Co., Stanton. r I 0 veoks of 191l5ffeo fronr tit" time he eubscriplioniis received. Youth's Companion (or 191a. No i.thf r paper if quite liko the Youth's Cotupuiion. It is taken in It f n million home- - where the choice of rending it mucin with as much care as the choice of friends. keen It entertains, it satiMit-Mliy.r.xt for thrilling adventure, it is r eh in wit and humor, ami all the while iff- purport1 is to be. to every mi dei (i In !p onward mrir ndrag h vkwim). 1 1te 11 1 e - Amrng the contributors to the J!)12 voliiuie mil boGeneral llie tlufemler of Walter and founder of lo Cani, the celehratetl football coach, lliitlsnii Mnxini. the inventor ot Infill Xi'oMvee, Governor Ilnrmoi if Ohio, Pereival Lowell, the Jacob A. Riis, Marion Harland, llnrriet Presetitt.Spofford, lit v. Friiiu'U li ("lark, founder of biiden-I'owelg l, Malt-kin- the Society of Orliistian Endeavor, etc., etc. vhich The serial stories nbm will follow one aniii' ie year through, will he vvoi h 6 oil each when published in book form. By subscribing to The Compni m you comget them all and 250 otle-plete stories for 81.75, untl the Articles, Miscellany, Hoys' Page, GirlB Page, Household Page, eic., pat in for good measure. Now is the time to subscribe, sending SI. 75 for the 52 weekly issues of the new volume, for on January 1, 1012, the subscription price will be advanced to $2.00. "Do not forget that tle i sub. scriber for 1012 leceives uceTht Companion's Calendar for 1012. lithoprnplicd in ten colors and u'oltl. antl nil the issue for the r in i n r m 1 Hi The Youth's Companion, Herkely St.,'. Boston, Mhss. Shingles for Sale. Bluck oak and pine at 82.50 and 82.25 per thousand at mill. New Subscriptions Received at this jOfHce. Davis & Burgher, Vaughn's .Mill, Ky. Very Serious ask for one medicine and have the wrong one Given you. For this reason we .urge you in buying to be careful to get tho genuine It is a very eerlous matter to The citizens of any prosperous town are always public spirited Hid united. Stand together, work tor tho interests of the whole town. Always stand ready to do your part. Don't grumble and BLacorTugHT Liver Medicine promptly obtained In all eountrlei oil MO PEE. Uareata and Copyright! rcKla-litHend Sketch, Model or 1'hoto, lor raiCRIPOaT on patentability. Fatentpmct-leaexcititiTel- your time prophesying failures, but help to make every 'nterprie u success, bo it great or siikiII. Be energetic and enterprising and your example Will be imitated. "pond Lower Taxes .voul.l be a moist desirable change, out xince that seems to be out of ihi question-jusnow, the best thing to do is fo Bave tux money by making your purchase at WilliMms' Two Stores. t send 1 cent in ttampa for InralnaMe book on HOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENT. Whleli onea will nar. How to t a nrttwp: patent law and other raloable Information. bank RifERlNCES. D. 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. The reputation of this old, rella- - K ble medicine, i-- t constipation, in- - ' digestion and liver trouble, to firmly established. It does not Imitate 3 Attl.... VIttM. T. - 1 ..... . I. others, or it' would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than nil others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 I- - KWgSr Vi;-- m Wt mtf &fK:Je 30 DAYS TRIAL NOT jpjjgg ONE RED CENT IN ADVANCE. If YourOrgan Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pair.s, due to womann, ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, butmy husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Chad-bour- FOR SALE A Splendid Farm. farm of SlOncrvp, well ruilcs fioin (liny City on pub lic; niMil. convenient to ulinroheH, school and )(8 olllfe. (Jond dwrl ling of 8 roorrii uml 2 porelics Nice young ornlinrd iintl i xpellt-n- t spring in the yan. 'Good ham an.l other necessiiry out buildings 'iVi.unt house on plnce. Al.out nil in liluej some i.illnl,e land and tim-- j gmssi. ber on the place, and all under fair fence There h re in all 8 I'ever' failing sprin-.'M'different paits of the pluue Tl.js is a jjood plae to ' A From My Factory Direct to you. saveetJOlotou. i uproreinis ind shadow a doubt of the you wiilletmeablpyouoneof Adler Orzans on free trial. beferejroaboy tX&'&y&itriiS3 t'.3w my If 3i J Idon'l. fblp my J .W UMIiJ Cardui Woman'sTonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. , During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles,. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Wrltl to . lor Spfd-ill- CYRUS L. ADLER Tlie Piano and Organ Maker Trust You TktNloMlosila of Organ rii H asr - make money .where properly ban i MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've butted the hot sir bubblejof the dealers, agents and middlemen of this country by BeHlctr. direct to tne homes at the same price they formerly paid me for my organs. SEND ME YOUR NAME whether yea want to buy or not end I"I send yon free ox chanre and postpaid' the most wonderful organ book and buying; plans yon eve saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the bast organ but do not eitotou any proof. I do. and here la the proof. I own my own timber lands, saw mills, dry kilns and factory. I do not hare to pay one penny of profit for lumber or milling. The nrofite that other manufacturers par to lumber and saw mills. I nut into my Adler O rasa a. (The Hunting alas 01 urgans;. trial a tne reason my organ is Dettev than any etner majce. Anotner Pro if 1 I guarantee my organs for CO years, whereas ethers guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years. Don't this mean something? Mr selling Diana are the fairest, safest and easiest ever placed before the American public, in that I grant my customers all the time tbey want, arrange their payments as it suits their income and circumstances, give them ressonsble extensions of time If they can't meet their payments and charge them no Interest. Ask soma of your aelghbors who det't with mo about this. That's the beet proof you can get, 1 would just as soon aire you $1,000 in e jld if you can duplicate this proposition. died. One hundred nerep of thiol land will grw good tobacco This ' land siiHceptibl'i io divibinn nn.ll will umke twjgfmd famis. Thw lV a bargain for ronfc oi.- v- Coii.c, once. Usciiomtni Ladies' Advisory' Dept. Cbattanooaa Medicine Co.. QiattanoofS, Tena.. book, nofflt i rcanneai tor women, seal ate j Cj! at'the Times. .llice. Go R2 UWRY No. i, OuW. A. M. rlght Ahead. OF L. & E. TlryiE TflBLE. 11)11. Weet-BounFviBt-Bouii.- l. MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) singing I h t3 a tone nearest to the human voice, a pureproof mytone thatare a life tuna and it wonIsthe highest lasts organs buying Louis World's Fair, another beat. Everybody the p.-i- 1 Our wall paper hale is one of the big eveiiln of the. season. We arc sluiwinu' tin) beautiful thiiis which No. 2. earlier in the year ouuimanded n Daily.- higher price und'now only cosis t two-third?J Elective May 28, ' tta ions. No.. 1, No. 3, Dally A. M. 'Daily. P. M. X h 1 onantiieM days and everybody It buying an Adleron account of Its high quality, wearing qualities. 3tvU ami reputation, lam Belling them far leu than dealers and agents are telling cheaper graae organ an J virtn you stop to imnK and realize tnaiwnanyou Day irom one or, tnese mioolemen you muft pa hU profit, time, salesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whole lot avJeUnds before you aa the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working day and night, grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and hb'ral treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75,000. Whenever I soil nn A'iler, it sells a dozen more and so on indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality always wias out. at St. the an 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 Before I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, aa I ana doing now exclusively, I used to sell to dealers only, but when I found out that they sold my organs for twice and three times aa much us tlioy paid me, making the poor people bleed for It, I was thunderstruck and quit. I sent out thousand j of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me. that I meant to sell direct to tha homes, saving them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them aa a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers (over 75 (XX) of them) at lesst S2,2S,000, all of which would have Bone to the dealers had I sold tho organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. Th reason. i tbe Full Stock, The b"iitflt.8 enjoyed by nil. We'd like to tell more paper to morrow than any time this week Mr. .1. W. ilJianiClayCity, Kt ni fur Sete. 1'. M. 1:.' 7:2( 8:1):) Lexington, .Vint-hr-ier-, 2:17 2:3. 2:4il 3:0 5 3:15 3:21 ;:-A- 8:18 8:32 8:50 9:00 L. & E. .Innction, IihMuii - DHWM Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU hl9oa.na0tUf frMtrUl.ujoriuroa want, on rM0&bU Wruiyoa inr-Q- f it, Jut It ilu your tDcomo tad clrcamtUacti. If you ktp It ut tho tod of bo trial pttiod. which I know you will, you can py all cuh or cmU lum down tad tbt fculuco aSODthly, quirt or !y, mlionoully r nj othor rtuoablo woy. II tt ooy Umo you tio't Dit u poytnout whoa Ui dat, I'll gludly giw yoa ft Xwill land lial will grnwgiaitl tobacco, corn mil nili. r cnp-- . li uiiliK fiom Clay Cit , good dwelliu , "'barn L'Ood Oi acte.t inorrj or ler, 0:f5 0:12 0:'i7 ".1:44 3'.17 3:V 4:04 )::2 ii d o h- -r id li i Imply thli, MMonftbU oxtemUa of tlmo. Too f ball sot IbcohtouIoq yoarootf by buylnf a Adltr. for I'm golof to mako It tbo ailtat purckaso you oror nado, 111 ckarco you no totcrtit otbor orfaa-ne-a aro dolaf. If you don't tuy organ b cauaoU'o not am epr44Dtd, you can abl llback at my os pouaa tad V pay you orory coot you paid for frelfbt, you will lotu aliolatoly nolkloc Furthtrmort, If at any tlmo wltbla ft yoar, my organ dooo not bold up to otery claim I mud you can chip It back at my oipoaaa and I'll ntara to you yrary dollar of tho purcbaao prico with ptr coot, latoroit oa'd all fralfbta paid. I can agroa to do Ihti kocauao I kuow bow my organ aro mado aad poaitltoly know tboy always mako good. kp t Piano OITer The Greatest 1 grada world's famous Adler tl.vn Concert Giand Pianos ca be had dii cct from my factory on tho same liberal bjylnj.' pwra as applied to my Adler hi.-- l'r Sou 50 YEAR GUARANTEE wrlttes and If res will banke er tbe editor el tbli be told tbat I an ae aeaad late ear treatectloa with rt aa naa I fiaraslM all my eriua will do. Vr faarastu tend Or-gt-r.. In tone, oxcollonce. workmanship, inutetUI and flnUU they have no superior, and, I can save you $100 to if an 'iq-jJ- . tl 3. TLey oro artistic In design, built to la t a l.fo time, hivo a tone as clear and c 1 in bull, and a vonderfuL easy, elas-- eatbe aqeere. Bead your name for catalog and buytisTpleui. Yoa will be aader so obligation whatever, Stool and lailcuc. tloa book firoa wllb e ery eriea. CRYUS U ADLER, Pres. Asler MI3. Co. JorSO yut, eemeiblas no etber le lb itreniiit ot.r jk roar banker or an e( uj local paper as te mf reliability, 109 will ae a reck, tbal reu caa safely ealcr Me eul that all el my dta'lan a a . Q'lloksHFid, the vard ' Pine p'acu is on the countv road CONNKCTIONS. ami clo-- i. tiihpjii.ol uud etc. IMcc. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will umke connection ot Lrxinglon with i'Mpoih. ble and lehiiH the L. N. for LoiiiBville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at. Lexington' for Cincinnati, O. Apply at ibis nillce. O.YMPTON JUNCU'ION: Trains No.. 1, 2, 3 anil 4, will make VAN riCIl Chiod I!oin.ekecpln wiln Mountain Central Railway to and froui Caniuton. lMazine rei'ilie the pervioi of a ItKATTYVILLK JUNOION: Train Nos.'l, 2 and 3 will make presieiitativc in (Jlsy City to look with the L. it A. Rtiilway for Beattyville. Iter flib'Cfiiitniii reiieualc ai (I l O. & K. JUNCTION: Tral-- R NoS. 2, 3 and 4 will moke connee-liowith Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and xtend circulation by apeeinl nieth 0. it K. ttutionti. 'H llirli iMVC proved ihhohim K Of IAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Pafsenger Agent. uccesful SuUrv and comuiipsion. I'reviotw eNpcrlciice1 desirable, hui ot ho'e lime or fputi line. Address, with refeiei ch . K. Fairb .ilk, 'jo u( Ut uc cj 4 Alag.izine, ifl Fun lit A vi.. w i. k iiv. jut otiihuilUiiii!!, oiingorcbbegun Ji'eaiing, well wateiin - .4:25 5:11) 10:04 5:25 I, tiii ,u!.iiti'i-piiiL- 10:57 l:i)5 11:25 I (JLaY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn. Filson, Oumptnn .Innction, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Ueatiyville Jet. 0. fc K. Junction, Jiuiki-on- , Fields, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:10 7:10 7:05 C:50 5:35 4:50 . 4:3T 4:22 4:05 3:50 3:51 3:4f 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 ' 0:43 6:40 N . 0:25 0:08 5:10 5:05 . con-neetio- n con-neetio- n n CHSi-i.tia- " I w;i!i tv-- l b.i.'lnT plana. Ckuranlecd lor 21 Year f x Lii-- f aul Instruction book a TEAR THIS OUT. MAIL TO-DA- Y fc JBsslaBBaWasasalBIs TiT N ino. given Seul for catalogue and Makeacreasln the circle for organs or planoe or write your name and add rose on a postal card or in I at lttar ataf tnir whlph vnai want nil. nn n .nr.. jcription. Don't enclose any stamp. I pay all charges. P i. K I L tw the CO UOit and CURE w Not Simply uuvioK. a Car but Car Service ' I CRYUS : ( L ABLER, Pre organ look. I want your ( 2002 Chestnut St. Louisville. Km mf criptlon I want pictures and full des. of your pianos.' wivDr. .ling's J Name Niw SUte... I I Address I County Tbv mmt$ 10a Si 1.00. FOR Attn In tba MA3ATU0K you sti all this, liot don t accept our mere ftatcmcnl. Kor Ucnirmber. wberfyoivbuy, tbat tbe abso- - wi cx convinut you of iU truth. catalcjt jn which deerlh. la r reached aelllnir undir tiOOo. When . e'-"'i tUO WKU 0 luccnalrat eiri'lll' ute. Toil tu mora vnur r.Ttnrnj nra lint in nrn. chsrocltc- .-. nnen you ouy, nuy not sirnpir a car, out car service, lluy correct desiKo, accurAnd it's yours for the askloe. ate construction and good materials, liuj sound motor car yalue. Won't you ask for Ut. MAKATUON models Include Torpedo Tourlua . Car. Fore Boor Touring Now Is tbe time of year when ynu'ure be- ginning to think of Uij you iuuud cr tt I TUBnuTivs i fiuiiirt!iTii r? Uitr Fsrtary-Crt- iltst In tit WrM ilCIay City Times. SOUTHERN MQTOR WORKS. NitflivUk. Tew,. mi aiemietM iwuiiHy var emu nuwietift aueia lerpeuu Hoadatcr. fricea Irom tlfiW to 1.7.