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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 14, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911121401_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.): December 14, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES 81.00 a Year In Advance. We arc (ere to help Clay City; (Je SorroooJing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. Vol. xvi. clay city, kym Thursday, December m. J9ii. no. 50 Expensive Roads. traveling and delivering fiirm There arc two kinds of expens- products over bad roads in work- ive roads. ,Pno of them is ex- mg, uu iiuiiiu i,u mine iiiu uaiiu pensive because it costs lots of taxes necessary to build good jnoney to build and maintain it roads. Let us apply business ft and the other is expensive be- principles to roaa uuuaing. cause it makes traveling slow and Elder J. T. Turpin for many difficult and loads small. The years pastor of the Powell's Valfirst kind brings returns in good ley Baptist church, has been call service while the second is a ed by Allan8ville church in Clark handicap to progress. county for the second and fourth In a certain section of the South Sundays. As the meeting day at the country has made a splendid Powell's Valley is the fourth Sun public road. It cannot yet con- day, he will have to change the nect with everybody, so one meeting date at the latter place or farmer lived near used four relinquish his pastorate there. horses this summer in hauling Workmen arrived here this wheat to it and two after it was week to resume operations on the reached. In other words, the new road cut the cost of delivering bridge crossing the river to Old wheat to one half. And it is a Olay City but just as they got good road for winter as well as well started the river got up and for summer. Some sections have they had to suspend their work The prospects now are pretty fair roads while the weaththat the bridge may not be comer is dry, but an almost impassable highway for winter. We pleted for eome time yet. have in mind a village where the Some people never hand in an merchunts pay 25 cents per hun- item of news for publication, but dred pounds hauling goods during if we happen to miss an item in summer and 40 c after roads, get which they are interested they bad in winter. The former is a are sure to hand us a north pole better price than the latter when stare that would freeze the liver the load hauled and time con- of a polar bear. sumed for the trip are considered. Some farmers live eight or ten! Any business is more respectmiles from the depot and are but able than what is termed loafing. an hour's drive from the railroad, A young man had better peddle while others living that 'far from matches by the box than hang public resorts, murdering it are two to three hours' drive time and his own reputation. removed. These are examples of roads. , Thjiy..coaU t i m e7a ria "h drse power. Some of didn't advertise any "Great Reus could Bell a team of mules or, duction in Price" sale when it horses if we had goodroads and went out of business. could go to town and back in a R. R. Perry, editor of the .half day instead of a day. and News, Since we have to have expens- ia quite ill at his home in ive roads, let us have a kind that', makes big loads and repid transit possible; this is the cheapest Seven thousand attended the way in the long run. It is better inauguration at Frankfort to use the time that you spend 1 A Attention, fieri of Stanton. 1 1 A movementis on foot toward organizing a local Young Men's ' k ri il. inemun unnsuaii .association ior il ot Stanton. Tins will mean a clean, light, healthful place of meeting during the afternoons and evenings, with such privi leges as reading room games, gymnasium apparatus and bath. Such a projectiwill of course re quire some little financial at the start, but by the of all the hearty men interested, can be pushed to J1 ?. . Christmas Money for the Farm Boy. stein and Ayrshire cattle, cows Few people know the magni- bulls. tude of the fur business in AmerThe Kentucky students won ica. This is the time of the year four out of six trophies that were when the boy on the farm not on ly gets a great deal of pleasure out of trapping and hunting, but quite a bit of pocket money besides. Many people are under the impression that the fur bearing animals of America are being sun-po- rt a successful conclusion. The men of Stanton and sur rounding country are asked to meet at 7 p. in' on Friday, Dec. 15 in the Court House to discuss this matter and to make an ex pression of opinion cither for or t against. Big Suit Against L. & N. Railroad. At Louisville the Ohio Valley Tie Company; has sued the L. & N. railroad fojr $100,000. The plaintiff charges that the defend ant railroad refuses to deliver cars loaded with plaintiff's ties to connecting tpads, and further charges that fhe road charges them a rate turep' times greater than what they have a'right to charge. Theylallege that altogether the defendant, which buys ties in large 'quantities, maliciously contriving to injure the plaintiff and for the purpose of preventing plaintiff fronvbuyiag!sVti7at- place along the line of the railroad company so that the railroad company may be rid of a competitive buyer of the ties and be able to buy them at a lower price than it would have to pay while plaintiff remains a competitor, committed acts causing the al- exterminated, but-- the supply seems inexhaustible, and with the present game laws in effect in every state, America bids fair to bo one of the largest sources from which the world will draw its supply of fur. Louisville is considered one of the largest primary fur markets of the West and middle South. There are two firms in Louisville that are considered among the big factors in the raw fur trade of America. Both of these firms are represented in the advertising columns of the Times. Uni-versity Kentucky Boys in the Lead. The students of the State The State University at Lexhave won honors for Ken- ington some time the first of Jantucky that are deserving of rec- uary will open a course in road ognition by the stockmen of the building and each county is enState. During the National Da- titled to two schollarhips in this iry Show at Chicago each fall very useful and instrustive Anyone there is held a student judging branch of knowledge. contest, in wince students repre- desiring to attend this term sent all of the leading agricultu- should see Judge Hardwick who will make the appointments. ral colleges of the nation. offered. They lost two trophies. Tbe Kentucky boys von the two trophies for best team work on all four breebs, offered by Hoard's Dairyman and the National Dairy Show. They won the trophy for the best judging of Holstein cattle and the trophy for the best work in jubging Guernsey cattle. The students from Kentucky were probably the youngest in the contest. Kentucky students thus won first honors as a team out of ten teams present, and individually the students ranked high in competition with tirty students who were working in the contest. The team of 5 students from the Kentucky Agricultural College of State University also won the saddle horse judging trophy to the International Livestock Show at Chicago. very-expensiv- e -- Win-Chest- er Sun-Sentin- This year three men constitutLands Posted. ing the team were sent from each' of the"following" institu- " All'ersons are hereby' "notified tions: Cornell, Iowa, Nebraska, that no hunting will be allowed on Ohio, Delaware, Marylapd, South inclosed lands belonging to the Dakota, Missouri, Kansas and Kentucky. Thirty young men, Mrs. Emma Mountz, therefore, competed for honors. J. E. Burgher. They were trained to the hour to Additional names added to this Judge Jei6ey, Guernsey, Hol- - Hat for 25 cents cash. -- leged damage. The Hon. James B. McCreary and the Hon. Edward J. McDer-mowere sworn in as Gevernor and Lieutenant Governor, respectively, of Kentucky in the tt WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Capitol at Frankfort Tuesday, the oath of office was admiuister-b- y Ceief Justice Hobsou. Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and J. W. Newman, er of ces Agriculture-elec- Commission- t announ- SHOES AT. FIRST COST $5(JP worth of Shoes have been marked down to firSt that Harry McOarty, editor of the Nicholasville Journal will be clerk of the State Board of Agriculture, Forestry and Immigration. The Baptist meeting which was have been held at the Christian church this week, has been postponed on account of the illness of Elder J. T. Turpin who was to have done the preaching. Hon. H. G. Garrett was sworn in Tuesday as Raiiraod Commis sioner from this district together are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they aro I 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 coil in order to get room for new goods i coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your money: ppportunity First come, to first save with the other recently elected members, Lawrence Finn and W. F. Klair. some served. R. P. Hose, D. It. Daniol and W. T. McGuire attended the inauguration of Gov. McCreary and Lieuteuant Governor E. J. Mo- - m m m m m goods.They willopen your eyeeto an opportunity. m Dermott. -- Send Us Your Orders SHIMFESSEL'S. St-- .. In making up your list of .Christmas presents don't forget the Times one year will make an acceptable gift to au'y one that . can read. , ' over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" mm 5?'" THE TIMES. rUHLISHED EVEKY Subscription rates 81 years in advanced. take a'few tlaytffiunt. " Q. 8. Ware, our retired mer chant, will soon the Powell Circuit Court, goods business having rented the Plaintiff, Frank Amburgy, j Sams stand together with farm, TIIUUSUAT. versus and will soon movo there and Cclia M. Noble and others, Defendants run both store and farm. a year or three Notice of Sale in Epuity. Commissioner's Sale. ' Beware of Ointments For Catarrh that Contain Mercury, e re-ent- J. B. Burgher, second-clas- s I'ublishcr. mail matter. Entered as Thursday, Dec. U, 1011. CLUB RATES. For tho convenience of our sub cribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.J0 90 Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm " Inland Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer 90 lt Southern Agriculturist 75 al - After the Democrats in Con- gress have gotten together and made such a splendid record for solidarity it would be a shame nd u calamity to lose in 1012 bv leason of petty factional fights of ;i local nature. I believe firmly that wo can win 1012, but, to do so,tliere must be no factional fighting among Democrats. Consequently, I hope that Democrats will forget their local differences and present a united front. Now is the time for them to get together and stay together. The moral of the fable of the bundle of sticks is as forcable today as ever. 'In unity there is strength.' One of the much needed laws we hope to see the Legislature enact when it convenes iB a bill to compel all telephone companies doing business, in this state connect with each other as all railroads are required to do This should always have been law, but as it is never too lato to do good we confidently expect the coming Legislature to take up By virtue, of a judgment andorder of sale of tho Powell Circuit Court, ren Sale. dered at tho November term, 1011, thereof in the above causo, tho under Powell Circuit Court signed will on tho 1st diiy of January, Garr Scott and Co';, Plaintiff, 1012, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, versus (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to Olias. Jtoundtrco, Ac., Defendants. offer for sale at Public Auction to tho Notice of Sale in Equity. highest bidder, on a credit of six By virtue of a' judgment and order of months, at tho Court House door, Bale of tho Powell Ciicuit Court, ren Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned dered at tho November term, 1911, in the judgment, thereof in the above cause, tho underSituated on the headwaters of Hard-wick- 's signed will on the. 1st day of January, creek in Powell county, Ken- 1912, ok- - 1 o'clock p. n., or therabout, tucky. Beginning at a stake in the (being Court Day,) will proceed to cliff west of the Kincnid houso from offer for sale at Public' Auction to the which point the original corner ut the highest bidder, on n "credit of threo Daniel place running South down the mon tho ntthe Court House door, Stanhill to the branch, thence up the hill ton, Ky. tho property mentioned in the South to the cliff nn eastern course to judgment, the falls of the Cucumber ; thence up One rebuilt portable engine No. 13,- the banch N 44 E. 5 5 P. to a small 038 and the usual appurtenances bemnple j thence N. 44 W. 5 P., N. 12 V. longing to same, manufactured by Gar 45 P. to small hickorys ; thence N. 85J Scott & Co. Ono Plantation saw mill E..2?--, 1 ton sourwood and stone; No. 3,187 ; one four ply tlipnco with the top of the ridge N. 70J drive belt with straw stacker, belts, E. 7 P., N.L'OE. 8 P., N. SOW. 19 P.; weicher. water tank and all thennn ilnwn tlio rlilirn S. fl7W.fi P.. baceer. and appurtenances with or befixtures S. 29 W., 14 P., S. 30 W. ID P. to a lo- - j longing to the said machinery, or sufcust and black gum at Sivanagun's ficient thereof to ptoduce $940.40, so southwest corner ; thence S. 82 2 W. ordered to be made. 7 P. to two black oaks and chestnut. The purchaser will be required to thenco with said cliff s. 6) w. 15 P., give bond, witli approved security, for s. 01 w 12 p. to a chestnut, s. b- w. the payment of the purchase money, to 14 5 p. to a poplar a. 70 w. 13 p. to a have the force and effect of a Replevin lynn, thence S 10 w 32 p to a chest- Bond, bearing lepal interest from .the nut and sour wood in the Daniel line, day of salo, according to law. thence in a western direction, leaving Bidders will be prepared to comply the Daniel line, running to the Sam with these terms. A lien will bo retained on the property Vaughn corner, thence to tho J. W. purchase money is paid. sold till all tho Vaughn confer ; thence an eastern diBond pnyale to Commissioner. rection to tho beginning and contain110MULUS JAQKSON, ing about 15U acres of land, or sufficient Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. thereof to produce $288.40, so ordered to be made. Good Luck The purchaser will be required to you can plainly see if you only give bond, witli approved security, for look. People are growing more the payment of the purchase money, and more accustomed to coming to have the force and effect of a here for valuec. THey find the figBond, bearing legal interest from ures plain and areunxious for the the day of sale, according to law. values offered, . If you want to be Bidders will be prepared to comply convinced it is'unVeasy matter. We with these terms. Alien will be re want to f showing tained on the land sold till all the pur you; we know your verdict. chase money is paid. Mrs. Williams. Bond payable to Commissioner. - HOMULU3 JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court Commissioner's as mercury will surely detroy the sense of smell and completely the whole system when entering it through tho mucous Suph articles chould never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can pojsioly derive from them. Hall's Caturrh Ctir, manufactured by1 P. J. Cheney & sur-faces. Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, lifting din etly upoif the blood mid muIn cous surface of bo PVMelii. Inning Hull's t 'atari li Cmv hi mre you get the genuine. U if tukt n internally and U'tnlc in Tuh'dn. 0 , by F. J. Cheney fc Co. Ti'stliiit.ii-iafree. Price, Vu Sold by Oril'.i.-tr-. per bottle. Tnko HnllV Family Pills for constipation. Co , I U " to-w- it: SOUTH and Belle-CUT OFF VAMPS f to-w- it: 3-- nnir ic iuci BUT i 60-fo- ot 10-in- DO THEY WEAR HOW - ? Leather Leather Demand the EvEBywhERE 2-- 1- best and the results wilt be unusual and satsfyfny... AND THE PURSE, LOOK FOR WE BELL ON THE SOLE. lie-plev- in Shoes for the Whole Family TO FIT THE FEET . Bbnw-yrtu,rid- this proposition and act. readily upon SPOUT SPRING. The public school at this place will close Friday. January. Montgomery county has furn ished the last five Judges of tho Court of Appeals from this dis frict, the recent appointment of Judge Winn making the fifth. He will be a candidate again next fall when Judge O'lieltr's suc cessor will be chosen. Fifteen years peacablo possession makes a land title good and we guess Montgomery county thinks flie it when it convenes in McCall's Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women MRS. Dill Snowden will move this week to Winchester. Shelt McKinney sold four head of work cattle for $170 00. Have More Friends than any other magazine or patterns. McCall's is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million one hundred thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall The sale of Everett Burnett Sara Montr ami Kwp in Stria by sub. scriblng for McCall's Marline at once. Com only 50 cents a Tar, Including any one of Saturday was well attended and the celebrated McCall Patterns tree. articles sold well. McCall Patterns La ad all others In style, fit, simplicity, economy snd number sold. More dealers sell McCall Patterns thin any Mrs. Lou Fortner, of Winches other two makes combined.. Nona higher than j cents. Buy from your dealer, or by mail from ter, visited her niece, Mrs. Maud McKinney, last week. McCALL'S MAGAZINE f.aino about offices. 236246 W. 371k St, New York City Dave Snowden and Willie " 34pJ Cew, Mima CHUf U rtfttra Tho laws of Kentucky are not Snowden came up this week to Mtogether at fault for our bad toads. According to law every able bodied man betweon 18 and fiO years is required to work six day3 out of each year on tho road ft A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK on which they live. Wo know of I If -- Patterns, each issue is brimful of sparkling short stories and helpful information for women. J. W. Williams USE mm. 11 VI U : ft , MILLS FLOUR PRACTICAL, CtteUgwa EXPERIENCE finmo roads that havo not had a is lick of work dono on them this year. Is it any wonder they are badjiow? Wake up, Mr. Overseers of Powell county, tho people are becoming impatient. O.'Rear seems to not appreci- an asset of real jvorth .to any community and the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good ibusiness man. Clay City National can teach much about bread making, undone of tho things it will 'impress upon the pupil is that good bread can only be made from good fltiur, and the better the flour the better the bread. For that reason experienced housekeepers prefer the HOPE MILLS FLOUR, not only because it Vvi'l tnakV bread that tastes good but bread that is really healthful and nutritious. The Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. is seeking your business. 1 ate being elected to the Court of Appeals by tho handsoino majority the Democrats gavo him this fall. But ho know when to resign to eccuro a Republican successor. Well, WilUon did up appoint O'Rear's successor after all! Wo read tho other day that 1 ran Clay City National Bank The Myers Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer is the only machine ever invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only tultes out tho dirt snd leaves the mop clean, but it wrings It so dry that there is hardly any moisture left in the mop. The floor is never left strpaked, asyouarealwAysusingacleau mop, The machlnoisverysiinplotoopiTatoandrequirvsnsldll, as anybody can use it. iiuin. woman or child. It is a labor caver, as one person will do tho woric quicker and better than three wilhanyothcrdcvicoknowii. Tho pail sets on the platform and Is not attached to tho machine and can bo moved at any time. It is always ready for use and there are no parts to get out of order. A trial of our inachluo will convince you thatits work Is perfect. We have yet to And a dissatisfied customer. If jrour deafer doaa not baodla this Hop Wrlnger.wrtt direct to us. MYERS WRHHER cattle ticks were getting cattle ticks all right, uumer-ou- r in tho western part of the We guess wo catf stand Ktnte. AND KAMET HIDES MUST rua res Am have been standing a very had brand of politics for some time. wo urns. haw ruu PIKE WostCesBtslaalaat. WrUator yrioo4istaaiitl(mUlgUtiaJ JOHN WHITE tfc OOm eitiilmmb tsar Loomyium. Kx. CO., Mawt'rt, Mttawki N. Y. s Elder and Mrs. Albert Easter Tho locnl telephone lines are visited their son, W. J. Easter, being overhauled, new cross arms replacing thoso that are about at Beattyville'last weok. rotten and the system being Ends Winter's Troubles. otherwise improved. To many, winter is a season of trouble. The toes and On the first day of this month fingcis, chspped hands and lip, the Standard Oil Company w.ent chilblains, red and rough out of existence as a corporato skins, prove this. But such troubbody, and is succeeded in the oi les fly before B'Jcklen's Arnica business by thirty-onsepar Salve. A trial convinces. Greatest ate organizations into which tho healer of Burns, Boils, Piles, Cuts, oil trust i6 now divided. Sores, Bruises, Eczema and Sprains. Lightning Kills Few. Only 25c at all dealers. In 1906 lightning killed only 100 What Difference Does it Make people m this whole country. One's whether you are old or young? chances of death by lightning arc You still want things that are beless than two in a million. The coming to you. That is what we ehunce of death from liver, kidney are here for to suit you. And or stomach trouble is vastly great when, you give our hate, suits, cr, but not .if. Eleotric Bitters be cloaks, skirts and furs a trial, your t'Sed, as Robert Madson, of West opinion of yourself is fifty per cent Bnrlington, la., proved. Four better doctors gave him up after eight Mrs. J. W. Williams, month? of suffering from virulent Clay City, Ky fiver trouble and yellow jaundice. Ho was then completely cured by Electric Bitters. They're the best stomach, liver, nerve and kidney remedy and blood purifier on earth. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Only 50o at alt dealers. Roses, 'Phlox, etc. FOUND Small money safe For with eome change in it. Apply ORCHARD, Everything and GARDEN. LAWN frost-bitte- n cold-soree THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MAD- E Do You Feel This Way? PAPER. LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... Dec. 14, 1011. Try the Times for a Christmas present this year. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt are visiting friends in Lexington. B. M. McPlierson, the leading tie man of tl.e road, was in the city Saturday. The balmy and clear days of last was turned to dreary, dark and rainy weather this week. Mrs. Lou Fortner, of spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Der Do you feel nil tired out ? Do you sometimes think you just can't work away at vour orofes- JKU JMMHaMassBBBBBBBBaT' on or trade any longer ? Do vim liave n noor ane. tite, and lay awake at nihts unable (o sleep? Arc VOur nerves all tone, and vr.l r klilmnrli tort ? Il am. If fiition to forge ahead in Ihe world left you? If so, you ..- "fc"iu uui tf.i.vi'. j uu can uu ii ii you will. Dr. Pierce's Golden Atcdical Discovery will make you a different individual. It will tct your lazy liver to work. It will set things rifilit in your stomach, and your appetite will come back. It will purify your blood. tl there is any tendency in your family toward consumption, it will keep that dread destrovcr awav. Rvrn after eon. I 1 I sumption has almost Gained a foothold in the form of a lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about a cure in .98 per cent, of all caw. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. Y. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice Is then free to all who wish to write him. His great success ha come from his wide experience and varied practice. g Don't be wheedled by a dealer into taking inferior substitutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "just as good." Dr. Pierce's medicines are op known composition. Their every ingredient printed on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. 1 -- penny-grabbin- habit-formi- When in Need of ickson. Mrs. M. H. Courtney, of Win chester, was the guest of Mrs A. T. Whitt a few days last week. Fruit aiid Shade Trees! Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Elder Lamberson occupied the pulpit at the Christian Church Sunday morning and Elder A. at this office. Easter at night. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write Mr. and Mrs. Henry King, of A fatal of 825,075 pounds of Free Catalog. Clark jeoVmty, visited thelatter's tabacco was sold on the Lexing No Agents. brother, W. F. Barnett, at ton loose leaf market last week which was one of the lightest H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Vaughn's Mill over Sunday. Lexington, Ky. weeks since the opening of the R. "W. Thomas and family season. An average price of have moved to the farm near $7.99 or a total $25,989 wasrealiz-ethis city Mr. Thomas recently from the SHles, which showed OAPITAIj STOCK, 8100,000 j3 bought of John B. McOormick. a slight increase in average over K SURPLUS AND UN-DIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 jj O. Shimfessel and Dr. Win. the previous week. among those who 0. Martin were s gSaved His Wife's Life. attended the inauguration of Gov. 2 K "My wife would have been in THE Mc Creary at Erunkfort Tues- her grave writes 0. II. P Bank, 3 ' dayBrown, of Muscadine, Ala., "If it WiNousTan, Ky. Five Commissioner Sales to- - had not been for Dr. King's New gether with our regular run of Discovery. She was down in her KBOLLT WlTUElisPOON, PnEa. j3 6j W. Ii. Sl'lIAIt, OASUtHR. jj advertising is crowding on our bed, not able to get up without regular reading space until after help. Shs had a severe bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough. I got YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED the holidays. d OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, - Winchester Winchester, - Ky. 5 E Ware, of Mo,, sends the subscription price for one year's subscription to the Times. May many others do likewise before the holidays. Mrs. Stewarts-ville- n. , The la9t meeting of the old members of the City Council was held Saturday night. With the exception of Mr. Shimfessel, the incoming Board will be new men her a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery, and she boon began to mend, and was well in a short time." Infallible for coughs and colds, its the most reliable remedy on earth for desperate lung trouble, hemorrhages, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup and whooping cough. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by all dealers. t," i .1 Fall and Winter J.P.riAUPPINj Watchmaker y Jeweler. Goods. HARDW1CK sasjsfMSasaaasaiajaaaaMB. altogether. The Brodheud-Gurrett saw mill yesterday finished sawing all the log8iu their booms here,' and will unavoidably be closed down un til tides bring down more logs from the headwaters. W. win ii'', hi riemings- burg,wnse hurSuturduy. Mr. Wal ling is Tbinking of coming back We t Powell iindliuy a ftirni. hope t t see him do this as it has THB HOOSIER SPECIAL become politically slinky in this SAVES tflLES OF STEPS county siiue so many goml DemFOR TIRED FEET ocrats like Mr. Walling bus been moving it way. J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., U Agent for Powell County for the a- Judge Ed 0. O'lti-iir- , late bove mo& complete cabinet cutuliihito for Governor bus res'ened ns one ever offerd the public of Kentucky, JiHlges of the Court of Apof the Full Stock in Store. peals and will enter the practice of law at Ernnkforf. llibt. II. Winn, of Mr.. Sterling, hits been MillikanBusiness School nppointed to Hiii'civil Mr. O'Kenr Lexington, Ky. mi 'the Appellate. Ihmk'Ii. 1 All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Une of AND Before CO. niuking Our Fall and Winter Goods uro now in. your purchases, call and you goo them Jewelry Call CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. KENTUCKY. and get our prices on anything and see me In the Red my need. We claim that we will save you money by selling will give you more service f River Hotel Building, you goods that for the money than If you do not already know it, give us a chance to prove this claim, for if we cun do this it's to your interest to know it. We can't mention every thing here that wo handle, as we try elsewhere. at all tmes to keep as near as possible every thing tho people But wo will call your attention to some lines that wo want. I TUT T are especially anxious for you to get acquainted with. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in tho new, also in tho plain, staple styles and feel sure can suit every one, and know we can envo you money. Men's and Boys' Hats wo buvo them in the new things in both rough and smooth effects and also in tho plain staple styles, Walk-Over- We tell too hew. and car best market price. We are dealert established In 18M: and can do BETTER far vou than agents or commission merchants. References any bank In Urille. Write (or weekly, price list. Iw VI. . M. SABEL & SONS sTMU1 & Jl Maitel K, IWHTIIU, Bl4rt HII-uk- t imMi swt. " Shoes for men, "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for women in all tho popular leathers and lasts in and stomach und hnwi-build" up 'your 'health. Only 2fle .at all dealers. liver,,- A Terribla Blunder BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, neglect liver trmlH. NVver'do lo TYPEWRITING. it. Take Dr. KingV New I.K.i Pills on the hIh "f contimtlon, This school has turned out huu- iilloutttieri or iiiHi'dvo bowels ttnd dreds of men and women who prevent virulent indigestion, jaunare successes. It will make dice or gull stone. .They regulate a success of you. Eleotric la Borrow prosUatles and feaaale weaknoaafj Uiay sue ' tho supreme Succeed wtwa everytWeg both button and lace. We also defy competition in our lines of hoav-le- r them and compare shoes for both sexes in all sizesc-tr- y See our lines of rain coats, hunt them with those sold elsewhere. ingand work coats,corduroy and other sprvicablepants,caps,trunks, Euit cases, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods. In fact, bco us flt . Bitters elc sails, K for remedy, aa thousand have testis ed. every thing, us it will pay you, for we want your trade, and to get it we niUKt make it to your interest this we will do. Wiitc for Catalogue. it ia the beet wedieJeo ever sold over a druggi'a counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. -- Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. A. T. Knox, NaintlfT, versus Wm, Kowca, Jr., Defendant Notice of Sale in Eqity. By virtue of a judgment nnd order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren 1011 dered nt the .Tunc term thereof, in the nbove cause, the under signed will on the 1st dny of Jim 1912, nt 1 o'clock P. M., cr thereabout, Obeing Court Day), I will pro ceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on credit of six nnd twelve months, til tho Court House door. Stanton, Ky the property mentioned in the judg- mcnt, A certain farm containing about ncres more or less the exnet sizo not being known belong to the Defendant Win. Bowen, Jr. situated in Powell county Ky. on tho waters of the Soutl fork of Ked river, bounded on the North by the property of Jessie Faulk ner nnd on the South by that of Ann Bowen on tho Enst by that of m Crowe nnd on the West by that of Jes sie Faulkner it being the same proper ty convoyed to the said Win. Bowen Jr. by J. L. Faulkner, by deed of rec ord in tho Powell county clerk's office or sufficient thereof to produce $8,321, 35, so ordered to bo made. Tho nurchnser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for tho payment of the purchase money, to nave tne iorce nnu euect oi u nujiiuwi Bond, .bearing legal interest from the duv nf snle. nccordine to lnw. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paiu. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'f Powell Circuit Court to-w- it: Bidders will be prepared to comply with these.torms. A lien will be re tntned on the property sold till all tho purphaso money is paid. Bnd pnyable to tho Commissioner KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Cbm'r Powell 0. 0 grown old iti thejr nwvlov only one dollar to Word nnd v Publixhiug Company, 3401 Frank lin Avenne, Sf Louie, Missouri nnd et his Mtigneine and AIiiihii j Shingles for Salo. both for one year The Almana alone, a fine book of 150 pHu, only 35c by mnil. Let every uommissioner's Sale. respond nnd receive the wnrniiiun of ourNntionnl Seer for the cnmin yenr. Court, Powell Circuit Black oak nnd pine at 82.50 and $2.25 per thousand nt mill. Davis & Burgher, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. r I I Very Serious It la a very serious matter to iii I be careful to net the genuine BLAck-DraugHI oak for one medicine and, have the For this wrong one given you. reason wo urge you in buying to , Nannie B. Lowe, Plaintiff, versus J. W. Woolcry and Mollio Defendants, Bowles, Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtue of n judgment and order of salo of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the November term, 1011 thereof in the nbovo cause, the under signed will on tho 1st day of Janunry IU12, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Court Day,) I will proceed to of fer for sale at Public Auction to tho highest bidder, on a credit of six months nt the Court House door, Stanton, Ky. the property mentioned in the judg ment, Situated in Clay C'ty, Ky., and known as Lot 17 in Block No. 3 on the plat of said city, or sufficient thereof to pro duce $153.20, so ordered to bo made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to to have the force and effect of a lieplevin Bond, bearing legal interest from the dny of snle according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be re tained on the land sold, till all the pur chase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. to-w- Steamships Run By the Sun. SCEINCE SOON TO DISPEL DISEASE. proraptir obtained In all countrtw OR IttM etna Sketch. MorlaT or NO Pic, In. I T liver Medicine MMnpt ror Inralaabla book D?n " n Whleh ohm will bay. lift a .patant law and other raloabla IntorinatlonI ...r. D. CAGE i FOR DRYING MILK CANS Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court Julia Puckett, Plaintiff, Proper Way to Purify Utensil Is to Invert Them In Pure Air Screened-lRoom Best. n I believe the-Droner way to rjurlfy milk utensils is to Invert them In pure 'air. For a lone time our method wna versus to turn the cans and nails over rwiri Defendant Olca Tracy &c. set in tho. outside the barn. Notice of Sale in Equity. says a writer In the Farm and Home. By virtue of audgjnent and order i no cmcxens were always scratching or sale or tne rowen uircuit uourt randeved at the November term, 1911 thereof iiVtVie 'above 'ca'uso', tho under signed will on the 1st day of January 1912 at 1 o'clock, p. in., or thereabout (being Court Day,) proceed to offer for for sale at Public Auction to the high est bidder, on a credit of six month:- at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky the property mentioned in the Judg' mcnt to wit: Situated in the town of Clay City Ky., and known ns follows: Lots Nos Clean Place to Air Utensils. 32, 33 nnd 04 in Block 12 as shown on up dirt about them and very often It the map or plat of said city, or stiffl cient thereof to produce $118 10, so or was necessary to wash some of the utensils a second time. dered to be made. Finally wo built a screened-lroom The purchaser will be required to near the big door in the barn The give bond, with approved security, for door was open most .of the time, so the payment of tho purchase money the utensils got plenty "of air. They have tho force and effect of n re- - were put on pegB inside of this room (levin bond, bearing legal interest and cats and chickens were kept away from the day of sale, according to law from them entirely. I think some day Bidders will bo prepared to comply we shall move this cage out of doors. with these terms. A lien will bo re taiiu-on the house nnd lots sold The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1912 Almanac. till all the purchase money is paid. Before the great drouth of 1901, Bond payable to Commissioner. the Hicks Alumnae gave timely KOMULNS JACKSON. Master Commissioner Powell C. C warning. For over two years prior to 1011, the Hicks Alumnae again bounded a wurning of drouth dan'-;er. Anil so for foity years thir raino friend nf all the people hatif l Powell Circuit Court. teudfnstly refused the offers of Jtussell &3impnny, Plaintiffs, peculators nnd continued to warn tho public of the uoniing dangers ol ' Ceo. HudillxT Defendant torin and weal tier. Au.tliey should Noti t of Sale in Kqit;-- . By virtue of a judgment and ordei have done, the people have nob!) ofKaloof the Powell Ciro-ii- t Court. tood by .iProfetir Hicks, theii rendered at tho November term, 1011 faithful publfo servant, who hatthereof in thy above ciinse, 'tho'under will on the 27th. dny ci( Decent her, 1011, nt 10 o'clock a lit , or then about, I will proceed to offer for sail OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE at l'uhlie Auction to tlui highest bidder on a credit of three months, ut the tw mill vut tin property mentioned In the Judgment T K tt.iv.' mill and fixtures and boiler un i iigino and machinery, eltuvd oi I BADE MARKS 11. ton Creek near tho residence f DESI0.N3 COPVRIQHTS &C. II. liattnii, and 1 he sold at sold WITH AnTonatandlllff a akelfrh and deacrlnflnnmav Quickly asoertulu our opinion fit wUollier an the mill in now located, or suth mrciillon la prihahly putaiuablo. t'onimmilra. t but tliuicof to produce $ UHMimcurcuiiuuemiai. HAHUttUUt. Oil fateuU so order lunt free. Olitoal auaucr for curing putenta. Wl to Irt' iiniilw Ulan tbrouuli Uuuu A (ft. recelre ipcttal nottel, without charge, lu tba ThejaiivliastT will be required t PRrfiE mUc ulmtlrwith hpprrivid mvuvity, foi hAndiomftlr ltlatrttd wklr. Tjniit Hf. I i k'UH'M of flu pimlmw money, t triUtloii of any ieltiittdo journal. Terun. 3 a AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. runn luur uiuiiLiia mi ouiuuriui nawAiiAALitra ryi'levii V'tiV f,!r5.' "J'J1 ' utjahantuisd s i atib vauio Jty, 1. iM, hi: tj ,'n thi Jlraucti Offlce. 5 V BU Wuble.tou. tt, iJn. ol tuiiig to law. n twlth'-tho-tlmowell-know- n Commissioner's Sale. - , 3:05 8:50 CLaY CITY, 7:19 tnrostin;r nrocondlnc. Is nroduced bv con 9:00 Stanton, 7:10 . centra ting tho light, rich In the violet or 3:15 chemical rays from an arc light with a 3:21 Rosslyn, 9:05 7:05 porspecially proparcd carbon, upon any G:59 3:45. 9:12 FiUon, tion of the body that may bo the seat of 3:28 pain, buuerors irom, neuralgia, sciatica, 3:47 Cnmpton Jnnctlon, 9:27 G:43 , 3:30 rheumatism, strains, sprains, also from 3:52 Natural Bridge, 3:25 9:32 0:40 those obscuro exhausting pains ( tho origin (!:25 4:04 of which cannot at times bo accurately 3:12 9:44 Torrent, determined) frequently find Immediate 4:25 Benttyville Jet, 2:51 10:04 0:03 single treatment and usually relief from a " 1 :57 O. & K. Junction, 10:57 5:10 with a little persistence in the uso of this 5:19 aid, obtain comfortablo health or perfect 5:25 11:05 5:05 1:50 Jnckson, recovery. 11:25 1:25 Quicksand, Tho Incandescent light bath, consists of a cabinet In which tho patient Is bathed in tho combined rays of many electric CONNECTIONS. 11113 ircaimenL nas nro iizni, gioDos. Train No. 1 will mnke connection at Lcxinnton with duced really wonderful results Is diabetes, LEXINGTON: sciatica, rnouraatism. obesity. , anemia. the. L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection and soma forms of kidney and heart with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. trouble. It has also proven valuable In enrome oroncnius, oroncniai astnma ana CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1. 2. 3 and 4, will make coti- various smn diseases, as a general ny- neotion with Mountain Central Railway to and from Canipton. Ionic measure Its efficiency can scarcely So BEATTYyiLLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make con- The sfck'w'ho havo been treated at Dr. riection with the L & A. Railway for Beattyville. Pierce's Invalids' .Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., navo mucn 10 sav in recara 10 mis won- O. & 'K.f JUNCTION : Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will moke jronnec derfullv eaulDned Sanatarlum. where all the above electrical apparatus, as well as tion will- - Ohio & Kentucky Ruilway for Cannel City, Ky. and electric water hatha, Turkish baths, static O & K. stations-.- , -- frequency electric machines high cur rent, ana otner moat moaern anu CHAS. SCOTT, GenM Passenger Apent. annaratus is used for the core of chronic diseases. Tho treatment of chronic diseases that are peculiar to women nave lor many years Deen a lac-to- r In the euros affected at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. Tho Dlivslclans and surceons emnloved are among the most experienced and skill- 1111 in tno country, mon wno nave made these diseases thoir life studv. and whoso mgiicdt amuiuon is to excel in tucir treatmnnt. Hjiv woll thov havo succeeded may be lodged from tho fact that their practice unbraces cases from ovcrv State and Ter ritory of the Union as woll as from for- runny thousands aro annn )l2ii lands, ally treated, either through correspond- Now is the time of year when yon'sre be- In the MARATHON you get all this. (Tinning to think of the car jou intend etico or at Dr. Plerco's Institution. It is But don't accept ourmerestatement. Ft Earing. an old adugo that. " Experience makes Remember, when yon buy, that tho abeo- - wo can oonilnco you of it truth. pcnoct.-nn- u tne skiiico specialists in tnis " uuur lur uuusr icmm u nr. iinld of practice cure thousands of cases I i 12.000. canit"' " ii ?" t,lt. J...lw. . 3 rftnSs are not In prS which hsvo been abandoned as lncurablo you wSoH portiorltoyourinTeetmenU bv eonoral nractl Honors. Hundreds arc ilS1f?,AntKironUlltyt When Ton bnr. bnr not glmnlT a ear. disirom uniuut to tne institutionhome Iniar few dm car m nrlce. Bay correct detltrn, accur- tant states and they go a And It'a yonra for the asking. alA anil crwiH mafArfala Rnv weeks woll and stronz. Quito as marvel sound motor car valae. . Won't yon ask for It t ous are the thousands of cures annually MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car. Fore Door Touring accomplished through correspondence, whllo tho patient rotnUns quietly at Car. Standard Touring Car and Roadster and Torpedo home. Others consult in person, and Koadater. Prleea from 11,500 to il.700. h atlor bolns examined aro Drovlded-wltSOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville. Tenn. spoclally proparod medicines and return uome to c&ny out tne treatment. In medicine thoro has been ranld and real nrozressdurlni recent vears. and Dr. s In that Plorco has kopt np no nas nnu tne manuiacturo ana ingredi ents In his remedies Improved' In a modern laboratory .by skilled chemists, tho greatest caro being exercised to see that tho Ingredients entering Into his n medicines Dr. Plerco's Fa. vorlte Prescription as well as tho "Golden Moaicai Discovery are extracted irom tho best variety of natl vo medicinal roots. Theso ore natherod with ereat caro and For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks it the proper soason Of the year, so that tneir medicinal properties may do most of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She rollable. Theso extracts aro then made soluble In says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I d pure glycerine and bottled. Kvcrvono who consults tho specialists. could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The whether by lottcr or in lwrson receives doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so tne most caromi attention. (treat caro is exercised not to over many, and I began to take It, and it cured me, Cardui those who consult tho specialists of this Institution that no falso hopes saved my life! Now. I can do anything." may be raised. Consultation bv letter or In rwrson is absolutely free no charge vVhatever so mat tne iinuiic wnen amictcd aro invitoi to write Dr. Pierce at the Invalids' Ilotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y. - Tho radlont energy falling on the deck L303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. nf a stoamor criKisliiir the ocean Is suf ficient, If It could bo utilized, to propel. inn sum wun creator socca man is now of obtained from coal. Only tho radiation Is cut oil by tho air. Light has n chemical energy so Intense. c as to destroy llfo. This OF L. & E. TIME TjffiLE. energy In Its different manifestations Is a West-Bounpower in continuing 1110 ana curing a is Elective May 28,1011. ease. Tho v which Is really conccn- tratod sun light, when applied to some of No. 2, "No. . No. 1, 4, tho loss fatal chrouls ailments of germ , Stations. origin has proven Very cffectlvo as a Daily. Daily. . Daily curativn agent. This is tho experience of the skilled specialists at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute In P. M.' A. M. A. M. Buffalo. Although this institution was inunuea many years ago oy ur. it. v. 1:35 7:20 Lexington, .8:50 Pierce as a. sonufno homo not a liosvltal for tlioso afflicted with chronic disease 2:17 8:03 8:05 Winchester, yet It has kept abreast of tho times and 2:35 L. & E. Junction, 8:18 7:51 nave oecome aieaits trained spocimsis 2:49 8:32 Indian Fields, leal authorities in tucir various lines. one-thir- d mlcro-oriranl- SWIFT & GO. PATENT LAWVIRH. SUfWRY The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, fcr constipation, Indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or It would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sole than all others' combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Eust-Bouu- d. ' No. 3, Daily. P. M. 0:35 4:60 4:37 4:22 4:05 3:56 3:51 Not Simply a Car but Car Servc 2;Vi'5fi 1 -- well-know- "Cardui Cured Me" tripio-rotino- t: iffiflg C Cardui womaS'sTonic after-effects. ILL the COUGH If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains fn arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as It can do. you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui. Writtto: I tCfw AdvUory Dept. 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