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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 21, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911122101_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 21, 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. m THJE si.oo a Year In Advonw. f't IT Y TIMES. We arc here to help Clay City, tSfrSorrounJing Country and Oarsclves. . .1. E. IJurghcr, I'utilishcr. VOL. XVI. Partial Report. The joint, rcdistrictingcommit-te- e appointed at the last session of the Legislature has filed a partial report. This report, changes hs Tenth Congressional district CLAY CITY. KIrM THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2) . J9ll. , NO. rl AQRICULTURAI We notice thMlie merchants EXTENSION. of this town are, not cutting the Feeding Dairy Cows. trade from the surrounding tor This is a tflnovJhen the dairy, ritory that they are entitled to oucn steps siiouiu he taKen as is man with a silo as not worry in: about whnt to Teed or because necessary to regain this trade. feed is high. The present prices considerable. It takes Clark loday is the shortest day of of hay, corn and mill feed are county from this district, and and places it in the Eighth ; it. the year. From this date on they causing many da?A'nien to resolve takes Montgomery, Menefee, Mor will begin to lengthen again and nut hj pass auoiucr winter wnn- do so for six out a silo. gan and Elliott from this district will continue to J when the .sun will turn The use of 'silage means the and adds them to the Ninth and months again. keepingof more cows on the same takes Owsley, Jackson and Letch-fro- northward the Eleventh and adds them Mrs. Win. Hart, of Owingsville, acres. It cutsthe hay bill in to the Tenth. All the counties dropped dead yesterday morning half and produce? larger yields of taken from the Tenth are Demo- at 4 o'clock. Mrs. T. J. Fletcher, milk. In feeding, silage and hay are generally fedAs much as the cratic and all added to the Tenth of this city is a sister to the The change came win consume. are Republican. would make the Eighth and Ninth Provide, if p IsSiblc, alfalfa, As usual, some people will do cowpea or clover bay. In case of districts surely Democratic at their Christmas shopping whan a shortage the expense of the Tenth and of th e. use whatev make theTenth surely Republican they get good and ready, others er is obtainable onl whatever is at the expense of the Eleventh. when they, can get the money or lacking in the hay, will have to be Powell has been connected too credit. supplied in tlje mote expensive long with our neighbors to be We suggest that separated. Dr. 0. B. Dickson, dentist, will grain feeds. Powell, Wolfe and Breathitt be be at the Red River Hotel this Manytlairyrnerf are having good also added to the Ninth and more city, to practice his profession all success with corn silage, cottonof the Eleventh be added to the ccXpea hay, using They seem to want a of next week from the 25th to seed meal and Tenth. no mill feed, and Where some little district out of the Eleventh 30th. grain seems to .lie needed, sup- then why not whittle a little more oil" while we are at. it, piving corn. Vaughn's Mill. ltnT .silage ana Powell is not otherwise changcowpea and clovefhay, feed grain Mrs. Mary McKinney, of Wined except, in the Appelate dischester, visited her sister, Mrs. in proportion ofLpound of srrain trict where we are changed from to 8 or 4 poundrjo f'piilk produc Hattie Dunaway, of this place. the Seventh to the Fifth. ed. Without .$ilag. and with Geo. M. Gravett and brother, Many youngsters have been Mack, have gone to Clark 'county timothy or corn fodder (for rough- taking time by the forelock and to rent a farm for the coming uess; leeu x pouun 01 grain mix exploding all kinds .of fireworks crop year. ture to 2 or 8 prtunda-omilk. allowed to be' shot in the city The Sunday school was held at Bran and shipstuff ace really e limits, particularly the toy the Christ ian church Sunday. The too high to bewconsidered and attendftnceugJlA.KPQd , considering Biow.-nmaiiraetuCTesall' feeds 4are. each year from tetanus caused ine weatner. still higher. Many have learned Sunday December 24th will be from experience by shooting toy pistols. that "ready the regular appointment of Bro. James F. Clark, who has been Lowry at the Christian church. made" feeds do not pay. Com, cottonseed meal and sometimes with his brother, Dan Clark, in All are cordially invited. Rockcastle county the past sevMiss Lillie Boone will teach a a little bran or oil meal are used eral months, has returned to subscription school on Littlecreek to mix with mill dust and weed spend the holidays with relatives provided a suliicient number ot seeds for filler. Some "are honin this county. scholars enroll. Miss Boone is a estly made but all "ready made" Elder and Mrs. A. Easter left splendid teacher and the people feeds are made at a profit of five yesterday afternoon for Cincin- of Hardwick's creek should take to ten dollars per ton, which can nati, Ohio, where thev will visit advantage of this opportunity of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Tipton sending their cluluren to school be saved by mixing at home and this winter. even better results obtained. feir a couple of weeks. .Nothing can be said in favor of condimental feeds or conditioners. Many mixed feeds selling from $80 to $85 per ton have from 10 pto 20 per cent, protein, when cot tonseed meal, containing 80 to 41 .per cent, protein, can bo obtain-je- d for leBS than $80 per ton. 2 n many successruraairymen are J ust received from the city which combines jnaking up their own rations f pis-lttrl- Questions, regarding dairy cow According to the report of feeding will be gladly answered. Portmaster General Hitchcock, Mention the prices of feed you the Post office Department shows have or can secure. the first surplus since I8S8. ; A. J. Reed, Kentucky Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. IIon-Toinlius- Lands Posted. All persons are hereby notified The Company, that no hunting will be allowed on of Winchester, has increased the inclosed lands belonging to the uncapital stock of the company from dersigned. Mrs. Emma Mount, from $15,000 to $100,000. Both J. E. Burgher. Mr. Hon,, Tnmlinson are Additional names added to thi Powell coiyijyjb'oys and.-- wo are and-Mr- . proud of Mie'in?.. & n list for 2f cents cash. .fWhen in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write s ready.-vmixiiiSji- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, I d j New Fall Millinery the newest styles and lowest prices. Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade a a SHOES AT FIRST COST I "such as corn chop 'meal 400 pounds, meal 1UU pounds. of clover, cowpea or corn and cob and cottonseed In the absence or alfalfa hay, raise the proportion of cottonseed and they tell us thev are j PS $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to iir& coil in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of ? - HATS and CAPS. save Here's your opportunity to K some money. First come, first served, SHIMFESSEL'S. M j I meal to 150 pounds. Good clover or alfalfa hay, chopped fine and mixed with the corn chop and cottonseed meal, will make the feed light and bul ky, ns is desired for cows. Sinco 2200 pounds of alfalfa hay is equal to a ton of bran, there is little need of expensive concentrates with alfalfa. The wiser dairyman who makes the most money will grow s.lage and corn and hay rich in protein ajid buy protein only in the shape of cottonseed meul, oil meal and gluten feed. AA common fault in feeding is the use of too much gram and feeding all cows alike, regardless of production, Saving Money. You can do the same thing." If you arc not already one of our many pleased customers, come round porao day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you Hvo ' Different kinds or combiuaWUI1D II - j in Clay City or near our store wo will "deliver the goods" wk buttorfat content of milk. I IWUQ UU IIUV UUCUII bJJO Mrs. W. F. Hall, of "Kimbrell, thievery, yet nobody was punishTho visited her mother, Mrs. A. O. nobody went to jail. ed; Government finally put a stop Barnes, last week. fn Mm rovnnup atpnlinir. Tlin doe. ' A. C. Barnesjias just returned I'UBLISIIKD KVEUr TUUKSDAT. torcd springs were taken away, from Miller's jjreek where he and the corrupt customs collec- visited his son, J. W. Barnes. Subscription rates 81 a year or three tors were discharged. This forcyears in uuvance ea. Mrs. Dave Snowden, of Lexed the trust to adopt new methJ. E. Burgher, I'ubllsher. ods in order to maintain its inflat- ington, is visiting her Win. Snowden,.of tins place. recently it sent mail matter. ed dividends, so Entered as second-clas- s out a wail of a short crop and now Owing to so much rain last week 1011. sugar prices, are almost as high ns the people of Darlingsville are Dec. 81, Thursday, they were during the Civil war. feeling blue not much going on THE TIMES. Beware of Ointments Por Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of mmell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through tho raucous pur-face- s. grand-fa-the- r, Such .articles' should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, ns the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can posioly derive per buttle. from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Take Hall's manufactured by F. . I. Cheney it constipation Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer cury, and is tHken Internally, acting dinetly llpon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, In buying Mall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It if taken Internally and made in Toledo. O., by F. .1. Cheney it Co. Testinii.ti-lul- s free. fie Sold by Druggists. Priee, Family Tills for any way. CLUB RATES. One Way to flako Money. tho convenience of our subFor Mrs. R. L. Tipton and Mrs. A. Mr. W. T. Hunt, the well scribers, we have arranged club rates known Advertising Man ' and O. Barnes were shopping in Irwith the following papers at prices Broker of Eastern Kentucky, has vine last week and while there below mentioned : the following proposition to oiler visited Mrs. hxz Snowden and The Times and had a good time in general. Courier-Journ$1.00 to investors. al 1.10 The proposition. Start a cat 90 Louisville Herald ranch, getting 1,000,000 cats. ' ' Home and Farm 75 1.00 Each vill have twelve kittens a " Inland Farmer Catskins are worth ten 90 year. " American Farmer 44 Southern Agriculturist 75 cents for white ones and seventy-liv- e cents for black ones they President Taf t is trying to side will average thirty cents each. track the tariff issue and raise There will be 12,000,000 catskins the trust question. If there is a year, making a daily gross inanything that President. Taft is come of some $10,000. ashamed of in the record of his A man can skin SO cats for $2, administration, it is the tariil' and will take 100 men to operit record he and his party has made. ate the ranch, leaving a net pro-li- t The battle which has for its to investors over $0,000 per object the winning of the Presi day. dency in 1912 is now on. Mr To feed the nits, start a rat Taft like all other stal wart renext door. Ruts multiply four publicans is doing everything in times as fast as cats. his power to obscure and siJe we will have four rats Therefore, a day for track the traill' issue so that the each cat which is a plenty. We great monopolies and trusts can will feed the rats on the body of continue enriching themselves the cats after the skin has been taken, which makes a fourt of a at the expense of the public. cat per day lor each rut which The people of this country are is amply sufficient. Thus you see now thoroughly convinced that. the business will be and automatic all the way the robber tariff under which we are now living and suffering is through. The cats will eat the rats and tho mother of the trusts The re the publican party and President co m rate will eat the cut's and the pang will get the skint and Taft do not want that old "moth wealth. How much stock do you er" harmed but they want her want? Mt. Sterling Advertiser. ""to live in health and flourish while he goes through the opera SPOUT SPRING. tion of painting harmless red T. S. McKinney went to Winstreaks on her olfspring the chester this week on business. trusts, like a clown at a circus Geo. S. Ware moved Sunday and tries to make the public be to the Sums place where he has lieve that those painted stripes are real cuts. By the enforce opened a new store. ment of the anti trust law the James Harriscn and Berry Standard Oil Co. and tho Tobac Burnett each took a load of toco Co. are supposed to have dis- bacco to market Monday. We solved and to be cut into several have not yet learned what they pieces. But they are not cuts at realized for it. g " Cincinnati Enquirer D. Adams, who bought the Herron platfe, has his new house on same about completed. It is house in the most being built of the these parts, best material and put up by We gladly skilled workmen. welcome Mr. Adams and his family to our neighborhood. REPORT OF THE CONDITION THE Holiday Shopping Made easy by visiting our store. you will find suitable Here, Clay City. National Bank At Clay City In the stnte of Kentucky, ut tle close or business Dec. 5th, 1U11. ' RESOURCES. . .. $60,270 92 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and un860 60 secured U.S.Honds to secure circul'n 25,000 00 250 00 Premiums onU. S. Bonds 33.612 CO Bonds, securities, etc KnnHntr-linti- an furniture nnd 3.60OO0 fixtures Tlno finm nnnrnvpd rftfrvtt 9,700 87 agents , 340 00 Notes of other Nnt'l banks. Frnptinnnl'tinnpr currency. 32 49 nickels, and cents. 4 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: ' MbUCIIIIItlU" and Presents Presents Presents Presents for the Old, for the Middleaged for the Young for the Little Folks. 5,612 55 ...... w. Treas'r(5fc of cirTn) Total 1,25000 MRS. f 140,447 99 LIABILITIES. $25,000 00 Capital sto.sk paid in 2,50000 Surplus fund...... Undivided profits less expenses 1,350 12 and taxes paid Nat'l bunk notes outstanding 25,000 00 Due to other Nat'l Bunks . 2,082 13 Individual denosits subject to 84,515 74 check J.W. Williams USE 11 Total $140,447 09 all but merely painted stripes entirely harmless and the Standard Oil and Todacco Co. are doing business and gouging the people just the same way and for tho benefit of the same people as they did before they were theoretically dissolved by the Supreme Court. The Democratic Doctrine is to lower the tariff os that the great corportions of this country which now coutrol the necessities of life will have to sell those necessities at reasonable prices else wo will buy them abroad. It has been'clearly demonstrated that no industry of this country needs protection from tariir laws because our factories are already selling goods abroad cheaper than they do to tho American consumer, so that the tarifi mere-I- v enables them to plunder the American people. Mr. Taft and the republican party cannot side track the tariil' issue. For years and years tho sugar trust is known to have stolenfrom the Government. By means of false weights and tricky springs to cheat tho scales, and by bribery of the Government officials, this rapacious trust diverted into its own f oilers millions of dollars that should have gone to the in revenuo. Tho trust was caught red handed in its Gov-'eminent nt tlin II bove named bank, do solemnly swear ''Dill Snowden, who contem- that the ubovo statement is true to the plated moving to Winchester last best of my knowledge ana belief. A. T. Whitt, Cashier week was delayed until Sunday Subscribed and sworn to before me on aocount of rain. this 12th day of Dec. 1011. Patrick Henry. Notary Public. My commission expires at tho end of Darlingsville. tho next regular session of the senate. Attest : Y. V. Mcintosh is in Lexing Correct .Tno. D. Atkinson, ) ton having some dental work Directors. Chns Scott, Wliltf. rSmliioi. Kentucky, County of Powell, Statr op ' TAT mm rh VI LA MILLS FLOUR PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE done. Frank B Russell,) m. mt m A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK I is an asset of real worth to any community and can teach much about bread making, and one of the things it will impress upon the pupil is that good bread can only he made from good flour, and the better the Hour the better the bread. For that reason experienced housekeepers prefer the HOPE MILLS FLOUR, not onlv because it wi'l make bread that tastes good 'but bread that is really healthful and nutritious. the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National The Mfe'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, .Versailles, Ky. is seeking your business. Clay City National Bank. Thi Myirs Pattnt Mop Wrinjir j This Mop Wringer Is tho only machine over Invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only takes out the dirt and leaves tho mop elegit, but it wrings it dry that there is hardly any moisture left in the mop. Tho door is never left streaked, ajyouurualwiiysusingacleaii mop. The machine la very shnplotooperatuund requires u skill, ua anybody can usu it. man, woman or child. It U a lubur saver, ns one person will tlo the woric quicker and better than three The paiUcts oa the p!atturm withanyotherdeviceknown. and is not attached to the machine and can be moved ut uny time. It ia always ready (or use and there are no parts to f t t out of order. A trial of our machine will convince you tlia t Its work is perfect We have yet to tad a ditaatitfled c wtuaer. If jrear UaUr doaa not handle tula Hop Wringer, write direct to ui. yrirnlln Writ lor HlniliyUiUad. JOHN WHITE 4 OOm UwviuK THE TIMES: AN ALL HOM I'AFER You Can Be a Better Cook food fine LOCAL BREVITfES. T1IUJISDAY, .... Dec. 21, 1011. Try tin; Times for a Christmas present this year. ' The utensils you use go a long way toward making your and appetizing or and indigestible. It's impossible to make the best cookery in utensils that quickly scorch or crack and And such utensils are dangerous. scale off, rust and ccrrode. Authorities say that It isnjt all in the "knack." Christmas Goods in variety at Mrs. Williams. Sum Oarr has been real sick TEAKETTLE cancer comes of eating particles of glass chipped off from ordinary enamel ware when hot. The heat expands the iron frame but the coating of glass which is all enamel ware is does not expand so fast, consequently it breaks and gets mi::ed with the food. this week with heart trouble, but is now some better. A. 0. Harrow, of Hedges, Ky., was in the city Monday and the There is no such danger from food cooked in up-to-d- ate guest of Judge Fletcher. City National Bank has another one of their lino statements in this issue of the 1 lie Olay SAUCE PAN 92" Pure Spsm ft 1 Ware AH It can not crack, peel nor chip. It will not rust, corrode, nor spoil food, and with harder use it lasts jTears longer than any other ware. Times. Williams returned Tuesday from a trip through several states in the interest of the spoke factory at this place. D. J. The tide in the river this week brought down a quantity of logs for the Brodhead - Garret saw mill, enough for a two month's run anyway. The mill started up again Monday morning after being closed down but a few days for the lack of logs. A Terrible Blunder We COFFEE POT "1892" PURE SPUN. ALUMINUM is the ideal ware for all kitchen utensil- spermanently bright and beautiful as silver, but many times lighter making it convenient to handle. Heats quickly but does not quickly burn dry. Easy to clean and care for. Guarantee It for IS Years to neglect liver trouble. Never do it. Take Dr. King's New Life Pilis on the first sin of constipation, hiliouxncs or inactive bowels and prevent virulent indigestion, jaundice or gall stones. They regulate liver, stoniaeli and bowels and build up your health, Unlv 2oc at all dealers. "1892" Pure Aluminum utensils have all the advantages of every other kind besides several that are exclusive. And with all these added advantages over all other utensils "1892" Pure Spun Alumi num Ware costs but a trifle more. BERLIN SAUCE PAN Look for the Maltese Cross on Every Piece It is for your protection and benefit. Its a guarantee that you are getting the genuine and only original "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum. FOR SALE BY exchanges have notice on their readers served that they, will print no paper next week, but not jo with the Times. The Times has not miss;. Many of dur MUFFIN PAN HARDWICK & CO. I Call and get a Pare Souvenir Aluminum FREE while they last. ' td a single issue now. for ten years and expects to come out next week as usual, the holidays notwithstanding. Ends Winter's Troubles. To many, winter is a season of trouble. The toes and linsieis, chapped hands and lip, , chilblains, red and rough skins, prove this. Iiut such tnmli-- ! fly before H'teklen's Arnica f'.'ilve. A trial convinces. Greatest heuler of Hums, Boils, Piles, Cuts, Sores, Bruises, Reetna and Sprains. Only 23c at all dealers. en cold-sores- Todd liar ne tt. -- Mr. Elzio Burnett and Miss Selecting Christmas Bertha Todd were married at the Presents is an easy task hom: of the biide's father, I. I). MillikanBusiness School Todd, two inili'd couth of thiscity at firs. Williams. Lexington, Ky. at '2 o'clock, yesterday The Rev. 11. 11. Shear, of StanElder Albert E.ister i.fliei.iting. ton College, will preach at the The contrai'tinu parties are lad-iu- Presbyterian church Sunday BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. people of their you morning and evening. Christinas and are i eeei v.in con- - exercises will be held by the :ra filiations from their many children of the Orphans' Homo This school has turned out hundreds of men and women who friends jut the morning services. are successes, It will make afp-moou coin-nmnit- Saved His Wife's Life. "My wile would have been in her grave today." writes O. II. B:own. of Masetidine, Ala., "If it Watchmaker had not been for Dr. King's New ! Jeweler, Discovery. She was down in her bed, not able to get up without help, "hs hud a severe bronchial trouble anil a dieatll'ul cough. 1 got her a bottle of Dr. Kb g's New Dis covery, and she coon began to Repairing on Short Notice and mend, and was well in a short Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- time." Infallible for coughs and HON GUARANTEED. Line of colds, its i he most reliable remedy Jewelry & Spectacles. on earth for deperati lung trouble, hemorrhages, lagrippe, asthma, .j. Call and see me in the Red ll:iv fevt-r- : eroni) mid wlioiminc j. River Hotel Building, ,. ...... eouab. 5lu, 81.00. Trial bottloj KENTUCKY. CLAYCITY, free. Guuianteed by all dealers. .t. ill J. A TTVTTTf V TT V" f TT TTTV T WW --r J.P.nAUPPIN, i , Fall and Winter f Goods HARDWICK yon may need. you goods ylsowhere. AND Hefoie .0. making than a chance Our Full and Winter Goods are now in. your purchases, call and see them and get oar prices on anything Wo claim that we will save you money by selling ! I, .a. it, Mi ili 1 that will give you more servico for the money If you do not already know it, give us we prove this claim, for if it. to can do this it's to your interest to know Wo can't mention every thing here that we handle, as wo Wy at all times to keep as near as possible every thing the people Hut we will call your attention to some lines that we are especially anxious for you to get acquainted with. Men's and want. Boys' Clothing wo have them in the new, also in the plain, staple Despair and Despondency a success of you. styles and feel sure can suit every one, and know wo can save you money. Men's and Hoys' Hats we have them in the new things in both rough and smooth effects and also in the plain staple styles. "Walk-Over- " Is) cloth-bindint- f, lnii n women can tell tlio story of the suffering, the despair, and llio despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of and puin because of disorder and No one Write for Catalogue. Shoes for men, "Queen Quality" and "Iloston derangements of the delicate and important organs tint are dfctinrlly feminine. 1 ho tortures so bravely endured complete)' up.' t tliu nerves i( lent! continued. Dr. Kerce'o Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for weakness uiid disease of the feminine organism. Favorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leathers and lasts in both button and lace. We also defy competition in our lines of heav- IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRO.NO, ' SICK WOMEN WELL. inCanunation, hcclt ulceration and soothes pain. It tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood and motherhood. Houcst medicine dealers sell it, and haVe nothing to uri'e upon you as ''just as, ood," t, end hns a record of forty years of cures. It is Ass. Your Nbioiibors. 'They probably know of some of its many cures. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and bow to cure them at home, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr, Pierce to pay cost of moiling' onlg, and he will send you a frtt copy of his great thousand-pag- e illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-t- o date edition, in paper covers. 31 stamps, Address Dr. R.V. Pieroe, Buffalo, N.Y. In handsome nt ' MONEYS We tell rouhow. and navbett market prices. We are dealers; established In 18.V1: and can do BETTER for vou than agents or commission mere. chants. Kefereuces soy bank In Write for weekly price list. flf-M-- it for both sexes in all sizes try them and compare Seo our lines of rain coats, huntthem with those sold elsewhere. ier shoes ing and work coats, corduroy and other servicable pants,cap9,triinks, It allays suit cases, ladles' and gents' furnishing goods. In fact, seo us for every thing, as it will pay you, for we want your trade, and to get it we must make it to your interest this we will do. mt tolmtallHMU,wm. M. SABCL A SONS statsi it. iwttftui, nr. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Coitr A. T. Knox, , Plaintiff, versus Defendant. Kowen,Jr., Notice of Sale in Eqity. By virtue of a judgment and order ot tmle of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered nt the Juno term, 1011 thereof, in the above cause, the under-ignewill on the 1st day of Jan 1012, at 1 o'clock P. M or thereabout d )being Court Day), I will to offer for sale at Publli Auction to the highest bidder, on r. eredit of six nnd twelve months, m the Court House door, Stanton, Ky. the property mentioned in the Jutlg ment, A certain farm containing about nures more or less the exact size not being known belong to the Dofendant, Win. Bowen, Jr. situated in Fowcl) county Ky. on the waters of the South fork of Bed river, bounded on the North by the property of Jessie Faulkner and on the South by that of Ann ftowen on the East by that of Win. Crowe nnd on the West by that of Jessie Faulkner it being the same property conveyed to the said Wm. Bowen Jr. by J. L. Faulkner, by deed of record in the Powell county clerk's office iWBafficicnt thereof to produce 8,321,-3so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to Kive bond, with approved security, for the' payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Replevin Uond, bearingjegnl interest from the according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is id. Bond payable to .Commissioner. ROM0LUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. Win. d pro-reeto-w- it: 5, ttay-of.aal- Bidders will bo prepared to comply terms. A lien will bo retained on the property sold till all tho purphase money is paid. Bud payable to the Commissioner-ROULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell 0. 0. vitii these M Commissioner's Sale. to have the force and effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of.sale, according to law. Bidders will bp prepared to complj with these terms. A lien will bo retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable t6 Commissioner. ROMULUS" JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. Lightning KlHs Pew. alone, a fine book of 150 pnges, is only 35c by mail. Let every body respond and receive the warnings of our National Seer for the coming year. Very Serious It la a very serious matter .to ask for one medicine and have the wronr? one riven you. For this reason we urce you In buying to be careful to get the genuine Powell Circuit Court. Nannie B. Lowe, Plaintiff, versus J. W. Woolery and Mollio Bowles, Defendants. Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at tho November term, 1911, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 1st day of Janunry, IJ12, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on acrcdit of six months at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgt: 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 produce $li3.20, so ordered to be made. The purchnser will be required to give bond, with .approved security, for the payment of tho purchase money, to to have the force and effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the land Bold ,till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. ROMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. to-wi- Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court Frank Amburgy, Plaintiff, versus CeliaM. Noble and others, Defendants. Notice of Sale in Epuity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren dered at the November term, 1011, thereof in the above cause, the under signed will on the 1st day of January, 1012, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout; (being Court Day);. I, will, proceed to offer fpr sale at Publio Auction to the highest bidder, on a, credit of six months, at the .Court House .'doorj Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, Situated on the headwaters of Hard- wick's creek in Powell county, Ken tacky. Beginning at a stake in the cliff west of tlioKincnid ho us j from which point the original corner at the Daniel place running South down tho hill to the branch, thence up the hill South to the cliff an eastern course to the falls of the Cucumber; thence up the banch.N. 41 E. 5 3,--6 1'. to. a small maple ;.thence N. 44 V?. 5 P., N. 12 W. 43 P. to small hickorys ; thence N. 5 E.2 P. to a sourwood anil stone ; thence with'the top of tho" rfdge N.70)i E. 7 P., N. 20 E. 8 P., N. 30 ty. 10 P. ; thence down the ridge S. 67 V. 5 P., S. 20 W. H P., S. 86 W. 15 P. to a lo cust and black cum at Sivunauan's southwest corner ; thence S. 82 2 W. 7 P. to two black oaks and chestnut. thence with suid cliff s. 0 'w. 15 P., s. w. 12 p. to a chestnut, s. 83 w. 14 5 p. to a poplar s. 76 w. 13 p. to a lynn, thence S 70 2 w 32 p to a chestnut and sour wood in the Daniel line, thence inn western direction, leaving thu Daniel line, .running to tho Sam Vaughn corner, thenco to the J. W, Vaughn corner; thence an eustern direction to tho beginning and containing about 150 acres of land, or sufficient thereof to produce $288.40, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for tho payment of thu purchase money, to-w- it: 2-- Commissioner's Sale. Poioell Circuit Court. Plaintiff, versus Olgn Tracy Ac. Defendant. Notice of Sale in Equity. Byvirtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the November term, 1911 thoreof in the above cause, the undersigned 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 highest bidder, on a credit of six months at the Court Hou90 door, Stanton, Ky. the property mentioned in the judgment to wit : , Situated in the town of Clay City. Ky., and known as follows : Lots Nos. :)2, 33 und 61 in Block 12 ns shown on the map or plat of said city, or sufficient thereof to produce $118 10, so ordered to bc.made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the pnyment of. the purchase money, to have the force und effect of n replevin bond, bearing legal, interest from the day of salov according to law. Bidders will be ' prepared to comply witli tlise tonus. A lien will be on the house and lots, sold-til- l nil the purchase money is paid. Bond tm'vnblo to Commissioner. , ROMULNS JACKSON, Maoier Commissioner Powell C. C. Julia Puckett, BUcY-DraugHT lightning killed only 100 people in this Whole country. One's liver Medicine ?romptlT obtained In all conntrtea OH HO riK. chances of death'. by lightning are CaTfaUand Copjrlghureirta. The reputation of this old, relia latrml. Send Sketch. Model or l'holo. lor ble medicine, i:r constipation, inless than two rln'a million. The nil RIPORT on patenubllltr. ratentpract. loe ezclnairelr. SANK RIFERINOCS. digestion and liver trouble, is firm Send 1 renli In Mampi for InralnaMe book chunce of den tlv from liver, kidney on MOW TO OBTAIN and SILL PATINTS, ly established. It does not imitate Whleh.onea will par. low to net a panner, , other medicines. It is better than patent law and other Taluable Information. or stomach trouble is vastly greut-erothers, or it would not be the fa but not if;.IIcctrio Bitters be vorite liver powder, with a larger D. GO. sale wan all others combined. "Sed, as Robert? Madsen, of West PATKNT LAWYERS. F3 SOLD IN TOWN 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. Four Burlington, la., proved. doutors gave fijmup after eight months of suffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow jaundice. SUtWRY OF L. & E. TipiE TSLE. He was then completely cured by ElfectiveMav 28.1911 Electric Bitters. They're the bes! No.. SI, stomach, liver, nerve and kidney No. 2, No. 4, No. 1, Stations. remedy and blood purifier on earth. Daily. Dully Daily. Only 50o at all dealers. 4 A. M. P. M. A. M. The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 191a Almanac. 5 :4 8:50 Lexington, 7:20 Before the great drouth of 1901, 1:35 4:50: 8:05 Winchester, 8:03 2:17 the Hicks Almanac gave timely 2:35- - 8:18 4.:3,-. 7:51 L. & E. Junction, '7.:37 warning. For'pver two years prior 2 :49 8 :32 Indian Fields, '.4 :05 7:19 8 :50 CLAY CUT, to 1911, the Hicks Almanac again 3: 05 3:56 7:10. Stanton, 3:15 9:00 sounded a warriing of drouth danVa:5l 7:05 9 :06 3 :21 Rosslyn, ' ger. And so for forty years this '$ :45 6:59 3:28 Filson, 9:12 same friend of all the people has 3 :47 3:30 6:43 9 :27 Campton Junction, steadfastly refused ' the offers of 3:52 6:40 ,9:32 Natural Bridge, 3:12 6:25 speculators and continued to warn 4:04 9:44 Torrent, "2:51 6:03 Beattyville Jet, 10 :04 the public of the 'coming dangers of 4 :25 ' 1:57 O. tc K. Junction, ' ,5:10, 10:57 storm and weather. As they should 5:19 "1 :50 5:25, 11:05 5:05 Jackson, have done, have nobly 1:25 Quicksand, 11:25 stqod by Profsssor Hicks, theii ' CONNECTIONS. who has faithful LEXINGTON: No. 1 will rrinke connection nt Lexington wtlft: Train grown old iri'iljeir 'service. Send the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. kNo. 3 will makev connection' only onedoUar to Word and Works with the L. ds N. at Lexington .for Cincinnati, O. Publishing Company;- 3401 Frank- CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 3 and 4," will make conlin" Avenae, StErjuisp Missouri, nection with Mountain Central, Rail way to and, from GamptobI and get his Mugazirie. and Almanac BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. I, 2 apd 3 will make connection wjth the.L & A. Railway' tfor Beattyville. both for one year The Almanac O. & K.rJUNCT ION,:, Trails Nos. 2, 3 nnd 4 will make eonnec tion,witlC0Hio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and O. & K.' stations. ' CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. In 190G I SWIFT & East-Boun- d. West-Uonn- . . . -- the-peop- le -- public-servan- t,- - -- FruitWand - Shrubs, Aspauek.Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses,- Hklox, etc. ORCHARD, LAWW.aad,itaAROfte fIjfde Trees! -- OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. No, Agents. . ..iJuee? Catalog. Not Simply Now v a ,OU Capr-Jb-ut In Car .ScryiCv the MARATHON yon get all ihla. H. F. 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Spell, of Hayne, W. "I C was in a very low state of health, and was not able to. Plaintiffs, be up and tend to my duties. Iladdix, Defendant. Notice or Sale in Eqity. hy virtue of ii Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Co'irt. rendered at the November term, 1011. thereof in the above emise, (he under-feigne- d will on the 27th day of Decern, her. 101 ut Id o'clock a in.nr thereabout, 1 will, proceed to offer fur nale nt Public Aii iion to the highest bid. tier on n credit of three month, nt the suw mill feat the property mentioned In the jink'uinnl : Suw juill nml fixtures and holler mill engine,, anil machinery, situated on Hatloii Creek near tho residence of .1 II., Jlatton. mid to be sold atsnid phiee it where the mill i now located, or . inlet thereoT to produce $ ed to be intulc. The puicIjiiM-- will he required ti fu!. proved wvui-ily- . "vo biiiic, i (lie purchiiMi money, t tile pnyiin'iit of Imve the furci. ittd ylfect of a replcv bond lu'ml'if,' hvvuj Inter'! 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