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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 28, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911122801_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 28, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 y V, ft tv DITY TIMES. ;f.00 3 2 a.Ycarfn Advanci. We are her$ to help Clay City. tl&irrtaaihg Country and Onrselves. tl. E. Burgher, I'ubliskcr. CLAY CITY, KX, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2rt. J9I1. NO. 52 IV i The bid and Newj r We are saying ''goofr-b.ve- '' to Following NeWearesolutions the old year, "It is slipping away are suitable forinany of our citfrom us with, ill its iilomoriet-- izens: N j& anil It. wakes a chord oTpain in thesHollowJng year I resolve our heartB as wo think that it will that I will notturink any, unless e'er long be n thing of the past; I am. dry v'erfjjj. N more than 200 per cent, higher gone forever, with" its sunshine That I wili'jift. peoule mind than they uro in Missouri and and its shadow, its' joy "'Ujd its. their own bu&jhess and" assist. this further increase caused the" p'airi, its' many opportunities, them all 1 can. investigation winch shows that. 'Clone, or ' disregarded. That I wil? 'sgjrce to obey my in fifth class towns where the in- and we cannot call' it t'ia'c'k again, superiors, if I hive any. surance rate on certain kinds of we cannot live over again one That 1' will, itlways forgive my buildings is 80 cents in Missouri, day that is past, or use again one enemies, especiailly those I can't the;ra,te in Kentucky is 75 cents" opportunity that wu'havo allow- whip. and where it is 45 cents in Mi- ed "to slip by us unheedUd; ''We That I will Wive. to be in love ssouri lit is $1.15 in Kentucky. shall.hencoforth returil rio more and charity witij, my neighbor, if 'These are rates on dwellings. tWt way.'" Deiit. 17:18. 'But .Rates on business property isev-o- n let us remember that there lies I seel shall ''aeetf him to back me much' greater. In Missouri--the- before us a new year, fair and in so me pursuit of life the comi law requires that a reason- spotless, as yet untouched by sin ing year. Ttiat I will subscribe for .this able rate only be charged. If the or failure, and glo'wiug with rates in Missouri are reasonable hope 'and promise.' Then let Us paper and projHptly pay for the and they surely must be, then the "go forward'' (Ex. 14:15) into same. That I will- trade at home and rates in Kentucky are confisca- - the untried' future fearless and relief should bespeedi- - dauntless, stay our hearts on the try and gef bck some of the and , ly brought, about. gran promise that stands firm money I squasUered abroad the now up to the arid changeless amid all the past yean The , matter is ' Court of Appeals and if they de- changing scenes of time, "Tile itLit., ana MreKU. a. Dickson, oi cide there is no law for an inves- - Lord, he it is that doth go before Spending the hoi . tigation, then a law will un- thee, he will not fail thee neither Ashland, are uavs wun tiuaw anu mrs. tv. i. doubtedly be passed giving the forsake th'ee, fear not, neither be Adams at thawed River Hotel. Insurance Commissioner such au- dismayed." Deut. 81:8. Yes, it is enough, we can go forward R. L. DanieH Vowell county's thority. presnoted auctioneer, has returned such a bill is passed it will fearless and glad with His If ence with us, .His hand guiding to the countyBfafter a years ab mean that the insurance rates in and leading, Hib strength N every city in the State will be His" 'welcomehome" seuce. and rnvesitgated under authority of awaiting us at the journey's end. ' Mrs. W. FBarnett is visiting the Insurance Commissioner. to the old So we say "good-bye- " her sister, Mrrfi Xennie Crow, at year, rind enter upon the new, 'The Jlailroad Commission has realizjng thai we are one year Kentucky's High Insurance Rate. .. An "attempt to increaso the already high tiro insurance) rates in Kentucky caused" an investigation, or .the rates now in force in This state. Thev were found to ho" from 50 per cent, to -" , cm-p1oy- ef - i .pro-tectin- g, pgiyeHatiihjitotalLa?ifi?sel':yalBA tftion of all 'ta risible railroad! property in- this State for 1911 as $07,148,981. Last year it was $00,800,685, this year being an increase of $848,794 over last"' year. - iindarer home," and .that the band that has'I&rusltof the past will still leSed.us, until our feet shall stand in safety "within the pearly gates" of the New Jerusalem. - Yhe-Jay- Mr and Mrs. J. L. Woods, of Pleasant Ridge, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Woods is a sister to Mr. Waldron. VVal-drnu. As the ha(ioW8 gather round us. At the closing "of 'the year, We; look bacK.ut daxH departed may drop a tear. And Ti ihf home of jn Yet we know that'wn are nearer ni love; Nearer to the many mansions" Or "our Fathi rV house, above. Gone But Still Uves. Emma Hoskins Carrier, dughtcr of Wm. A.'lloskin ar.d Emily Burnett Hoskins, was born in Clay City, Ky., May 8ih. 187C, arid died at her home in Harlan, Ky , December 18th, 1911. She was" married July1 12thr 189:1, to Rev. S. M. Carrier, df'tlin M'. E. Church. Mrs. Carrier lived a beautiful life1 from childhood, was ever ready to' extend a helping hand "whereevflr' and' ihenver her services were' needed. She walked in that) straight and narrow way that o vcntually led her to the portals of sweet'eace where she will make! home with the atigels, and praise Cod continually in Jesus' name.1 Her life work is a model by which anyone can follow to reach the ' promised land. CarFor more than a year Mrs.v rier has lived among us and has made friends of all she has met and we can truthfully say that she deserves all the good things that may be said of her She has let hr light shine among us while here, but now she has gone to report to the Master she is not dead but has eternal life. She leaves her husband and one daghter, Mae, to mourn for her, who have the sympathy of every, one in their bereavement Harlan Enterprise. The Mr Carrier was pastor of the .Methodist church in this eitt for four years back in the and, latter nineties. during th!vtime, 'both - he. andtMrs. .Caiv noted last week, is some batter. rter made many lasting friends wh exied their sineerext sympathy to tlx bereaved in their sad and irre B. F. Hampton sold his crop parable loss. of tobacco at 4 cents straight. Mrs. R. A. Irvin, Sr is very G W. Everman was transact- ill of inflammatory rheumatism. ing business in Clay City Tues- . SPOUT SPRING. Every body in this section seems to be enjoying tho refresh- Mrs. Sallie Rogers, of Indianapolis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. I' Asa Snowden. Quite a number of members attended the meeting of the Masons here Wednesday. Boy's' and men too are laying waste the rabbits and birds. The bird law will soon close then the idle time of the year will be at hand. T. S. and Moses McKinney will take their crop of tobacco to Winchester this week to be ready for the' opening sale January 2nd 1912. - - i- Frank Morgison closed his school at Kimbrell December 22. An entertainment and Xmas tree was given by the teacher and A large crowd attended and over 500 presents greeted the boys and girls. Knowing how to give good gifts and cheerfully giving them is an uplifting to any community. pu-pils. e. Hall and Miss Lizzie Strange, of this place, were in the holy bonds of matrimony December 23. Mr. Tom R-- Lands Posted. All persons are hereby notified that no hunting will be allowed on inclosed lands belonging to the undesigned. 'Mrs. bmiim Mnuntz, J. . Burgher. Additional names added to this list for 25 cents cash I West Bend. dav. Mrs. Letcher Dalton, of Lexington, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Powell at this place. Mrs. Amanda Anderson sold about two hundred barrels of corn to J. O. Everman at a price private. WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery 8 Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandine Juft received irom'.the city which combines y" ' u. Kimbrell. Alfred Crow (is moving from Spout Spring to Sams this week. Samuel Embs, of this place, recently sold $110 worth of turkeys. and Via. ' are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are the newest styles and lowest prices? SHOES AT, RRST COST 1 J. D. Puckettsohl to Puckett & Richardson, one cow aud yearling for $45 00. Curt Richardson, of Waco, visited J. D. Puckett and other friends here during the holidays. 'Vet'pon Judd and'Josepli Adams, of Clark county, visited friends at this place the past Saving Money. You can do the same thing. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fusi coft in order to get room for new goods If you are not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of 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 willopenyoareyesto an opportunity. HATS' and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. save some, i. wek. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Smeth-er- s and children, of Waltcrsville, vlfiitdd'C. tf.' Woods' and family duVirjg First .come, first served. SHIMFESSEL'S. 4 Christmas. Owen Patrick Is hom fromAs-burCollege. His roommate, Sylvester, came up Lawrence1 witlf him to spend vacation. Mrs. James Harrison aud family and Mrs. A. J. Larfcon and family visited their sister, Mrs. W. F, Hall and family tho lirst y Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our. store we will deliver the goods" m f Ml? weak. J THE TIMES. rUBLISUKD KVKHlf THURSDAY. Mr. Clyde Salyer was up from Richmond andfNicholasville. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance $2. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. second-clas- Entered us s mall matter. Dee. 28, 1911. Thursday, - CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 ' Louisville Herald 90 ' Home and Farm 75 1.00 " Irlund Farmer " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 al Lexington to spend Xmns. The IndfeB 'of the Christian Mr. Albert Larison is nt home church added to the pleasures of nfter a few. days stay in Clark. Xmas by having a Xmas tree. Arthur Ohnso spent Xmas with Mr. Clarence Greonwade, who his aunt, Mrs. Lipps, in Lexing- has been making his home in ton. San Francisco- for eight, years, is Mr. JohinMyers had an attack visiting his mother, Mrs. Martha . of paralysis last week and his re- Perry. covery is doubtful. Our school closed this week Mrs. John McArthur, of Stan- and it is without one reserve that ton, visited her mother, Mrs. Jas. we sav it was a successful one and we can highly recommend Welch, last week. Miss Nannus.Kuys as a good Clarence Greenwnde and Ar" toucher.,'' thur IVrry are visiting their l iv v IIV ti irru ii JF'I IV IIIfu til tiiwi till uiiii ' Here is wishing the Times and i llll tii all its readers a happy and prosJohn Iliillcy and sister, Virgin, perous New Year. prut meted vs are 1 f 1 CI Beware of Ointments For Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely dentriV the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Sui'.h articles chotild never he used sxeept on j prescription from reputable physicians, as th damage they will do is ten fold m the good you ciinpocsitily derive from them. IJhII'A Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no' 'mercury, nnd is tMkeh internally, net-in- g dirt ctly upon the blood and inn In cons HUifticef of the mum baying Hull's Catarrh Cure you 'he genuine. It i tnkeli internally and no'ide in Toledo. O , by F, J. CheioyMfc Co. Tectiiih.n-ia- l sv-te! j rw gt flee. 1,'riee, Sold by Druegi-per It 'll le. TnUe U.ill's Futi.ily Pills f . COIISttptlf toll K : f- -r f "'4 111 Southland bell& H,VWWyiBMIHW CUT OFF VAMPS N Roosevelt says he is not going to indorse Taft or anybody else next vear, and that he doesn't want it himself Looks as if the Republicans might just ajwell disband If Roosevelt doesn't want to run for Presideut, why does he keep insisting so often and publicly that he doesn't? A cheerful liar is more entertaining than a gloomy truth teller. The average statesman himself to be the main issue. Guard the Family Health Health is often endangered by unsanitary cooking utensils. Physicians have found that cancer is caused by enamel ware chipping off and irritating the stomach. L00KAS WELL BUT DO THEY WEAR HOW If you have children or invalids in the family beware of cheap cooking utensils that crack, scale, peel off, tamish or rust Disease germs lurk in the worn places and there is further danger of tainting the food. Health is too precious to take risks with it. Lecher Leather Everwiere the best and I the results wilt be unusual and satisfying... Demand FIT THE FEET Be safe. Use Vaughn's Mill. Sunday school was not in session Sunday as the roads were too muddy for the people to come out. Mr. Orover Barnett from Winchester is visiting friends and .V relatives ' this place. There was a large gathering at Mr. A. P. Bush's Monday. A fine Xmas dinner was served and the day was well spent. Though it has been awful muddy Old St. Nicholas managed to come and visit us. We have received him with joy. 92" Pure Akminum Cooking Utensils Sp&:, years constant service and will never spoil food noi endanger health. LOOK FOR WE BELL ON THE SOLE. Shoes for the Whole Family TO AND THE PURSE. This new ware is featherweight, beautiful, easy to clean does not tarnish nor rust The slight extra cost is more than made up by long service and absolute safety. MRS. Darlingsville. Mrs. James Smethers visited relatives at Kimbrell from Sat urday till Moudny. Russell Mcintosh visited his Bister, Mrs. James Harrison, lust Saturday and Sunday. Look for Trade mark on Every Piece The Maltese cross with the words Pure Illinois "1892" Aluminum the that you get the genuine. There are imitations, so be sure this trade mark is on every piece original, insures J. W. Williams HOPE Henderson, of Cow Creek, is visiting his uncle, Car ter Reynolds, at this place. Saturday and Sunday were reg ulur meeting days at Powell's Valley and owitig to so much rain and bad roads there wasn't many out. Xmas is here and when our social club meets at their regular appointments, while we call it u pleasure club, yet the absence of several of our members makes our hearts sad. Xmas is a er Carter For Smle Jfy HARDWICK j & CO. mm $ MILLS FLOUR PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE m A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK IS an afl nf rvtl wnrlh i inv rnmmnnih; rtnA the opportunity to 'do business with such should appeal to a good business .man. Clay City National aBtfk"' The can teach much about bread making, and one of the things it will impress upon the pupil is that pood bread can only he made from (rood flour, and the better the flour the better the bread. For that reason experienced housekeepers prefer the HOPE MILLS FLOUR, not only because it wi'l make bread that tastes good but bread that is really healthful and nutritious. s of both saduess and gladness to most every body. Our club mot Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barnes, Monday at Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tipton Tuesday at Mr. and Mrs. Carter Reynolds. Our club is reduced to a few in number, but most of them are charter members. We have enjoyed Xmas feasts and tho company wo have had. JtsffersorWille. Mfe'd by J.WDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. is seeking your business. m tore Clay City National Bank. Thi Myers Pattnt Mop Wringir mmmmmxmmw wmmmmmmmMmmwmm .MMMTIMMRT IhdCmmMn. Bayiibson hus been right sick with throat trouble. Clide Townsend came in from the west a few days ago. AND HIDES FUOD .Write far This Mop Wringer is tho oiily machlno ever Invented that will wring and clvuu a niop thoroughly. It not only taltca out tho dirt and leaves. the mop clean, hut It wrliers It so dry tlut mero is nar:y any moieiure lull m tne moi. liiu Jluor is never left strt'liL'il.asyiiuarualwityHusIiigatK'un mop. Tho machine for ryslyiplctoojx ralcan lltijiiiri Hirjsl.iil.nsaiiy. body can uso it, uuiu. wom-.- u orclwld. It lu u htureavc-r-, as one pcrbon will do thu wrK qui. Ur and h tt- -r than Mlirt e willianyothcrduvlco known, Tho pail n'ta ou.the plattorui and is not attached to the machine and can be moved ut any time. It is always ready for uo and tliero aru no parts to yet out oi order, A trial of our hiachino will convince you that its work is perfect We have yet te Had a dluatiefted mteaer, IT four dsate dots noftuudlo tbis Hop Wriofer,write direct to u. MTBBS WMHNR JOUf4 WWTKAOOm Mti MmhiCp$i MdHHvki li Yi kin. '.V THE. AN ALL, IIOMK-MAD- TIMES. E n A Christmas tree at Dr. Martin reports the birth of the Highland Orphanage made a sob to MVuwd Aire. JohnQuin-cmerry the many little hearts of Adams, Dec. 2iet,-J0i- l. this institution Saturday night. well-ladey L'AFKR J. A. Gravett, of Pacific Junc- In WOO lightning killed only 100 tion, Iowa, is one of the number people in thtR whole country. One's LOCAL BREVITIES. who will rece.ve the Times one chances of death by lightning are .year as n Christmas gift from lees than two in a million. The Dec. 28, 3011, THURSDAY home folks, Mrs. W. II. Oussidy is visiting A Terrible Blunder relatives ut Winchester. to npglect liver Irotible. Never do Kirfg's New Life Pills Motiutz Bros, sold Inst week it. Take Dr. on the first Blgn of constipation, one pair of mules to Sam Wells biliousness or inactive bowels and for prevent virulent indigestion, jaun Dorris T. Mi.e was here Sun- dice or gall stones. They regulate day and Christ map day to visit liver, stoninch and bowel and relatives. build up your health.. Only 23c oh u nee of death from liver, kidney or stomach trouble is vastly greater, bat not if Electric Bitters be sed, as Robert Madsen, of West waa one of theae experimental farmers, who put ((recti tpectaelea on hit cow and fed her thavlna. Mia theory wai that it didn't matter what the cow ate so lon as aha was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment bad not entered into his calculations. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would trr such an experiment with a cow. But many a farmer feeds kirn- lelf regardless o! digestion and nutrition. He might almost as well eat shavings for all the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition ore impaired aad the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. It I he 'luidufu i- - it . 1 Burlington, la., proved. Four doctors gave him up nfter eight months of Buffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow jaundice., He was then completely cured by ' Electric Bitters. They're the beet v" stomach, liver, nerve and ki'dney ' it. nil Honiara Monday l)iiiifj New Year's Day remedy and blood purifier on earth school will not open until on The per capita circulation of Only 50c at all dealers. Tuesday. money in the United States is now $34,54, according to a stateJohn Tlmcker'hnd a finger saw ment issued by the Treasury planing d ofl" in Swann-Day's To strengthen the stomach, restore the aettrltr ot the ef tana ot digestion and nutrition and brace ap the nerrea, arse Dr. Pierce' a Golden Medical Discovery. It la an nn falling remedy, and has the confidence ot physician aa well aa the praise ot thoasaada heated by Its aae. In the strictest tense "Golden Medical Discovery" Is a temperance medicine. It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics, and is as free from alcohol as from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients printed on its outside wrapper. Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for stomach, liver and blood "just as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery." mill Friday. Department. F. B. Russell, of Louisville, J. Dr. Martin reports the birth of B. Hall and Chas. Scott, of Lex a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ed ington, were hereTuesday attendCampbell Christmas eve. ing a meeting of the Board of DiJ. B. McCnrniick, who recent- rectors of the Clay City National ly sold his farm near this city Bank. will move this week to CincinJohn Potts who moved to Win nati. . chester two months ago has movMiss Grace Shinifessel who is ed back to Clay Citv and will attending college at Lexington is work out. from here in the tie spending the holidays with home business when the season properfolks. Miss Fruit and Shade Trees! Roses, Phlox, etc. Everything For When in Need of Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ORCHARD, LAWN and OARDEN. OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. No Agents. Free Catalog. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. ly opens. Alice Eaton has returned The greater part of the Christ if from a visit of several weeks to mas celebrating was done a few III CAPITAL STOCK. j? 100,000 W. Challin, at days before Christmas came, our her sister, Mrs. J. SURPLUS AND UN- Surdis, Miss. merchants having exhausted ev in DIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 The Cnurt of Appeals decided ery article of fireworks before recently that the County Board that time. THE of Education cannot, be sued. It Saved His Wife's Life. r. Bank. 'A is not an incorporated body and "My wife would have been in WlNcnSTER, Ky. OF can neither sue or be sued. her grave writes O H. Brown, of Muscadine, Ala., "If it The mild and rainy weather N.HOLLY WlTIIKRSPOON, PnEH. jj came to a sudden close yesterday had not been for Dr. King's New E W. R. SPHAR, CASniEH. 3 morning when snow, stormy Discovery. She was down in her a weather came along." A tide" is bed, not able to get up without K YOUR ACOOT7KrS SOLICITED help. Shs had a severe bronchial in the river which evidently will Brodhead-Garrett'- s trouble and a dreadful cough. I got bring many logs to Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ( ) f Winchester Winchester, - Ky. booms. The amount of coal mined in the United States in 1010, accord ing to figures of the United States Geological Survey, was greater by 10,000,000 tons than the total tonnage which had been mined up to the close of the year 1871. Cercbro spinal meningitis, caused by eating moulded corn infected with a poisonous fungus growth, has caused the death of a groat, many horses in many counties of the State. Farmers had better feed less corn and what they do feed let it be sounJ and wholesome. her a bottle of Dr. King's New and she soon 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, 81.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. Dis-cover- J.P.riAUPPIN,! Watchmaker Jeweler. Fall and Winter Goods T f. All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terns. SATISFAC- HON UUAKAN IccU. Line Ot J HARD WICK AND CO. aaMaaaaaaaaBBHMniiaBaaaaBHiiMMaaiaBaaaaiBBaBaHaBBBBBBBBBBa Jewelry X Call & Spectacles. KENTUCKY. and see me in the Red $ River Hotel Building, j i f Our Fall and Winter Goods arc now in. Before muking your purchases, call and seo them and get our prices on anything yon miy need. We claim that we will save you money hy selling There was a Christmas tree ut the Christian church Christmas night by which there was distributed a number of presents. Every child present was remembered with a p'rcsont consisting of a sack of oranges, candy and apples. Mr. D. U. Daniel occupied the role of Santa Cluus and t CLAY CITY, 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 claim, for if wo can do this it's to your interest to know it. Wo can't mention every thing here that we handle, as we try you goods truly made a W. E. good one. FOR "flRBD FEMT Hellin, wio moved from' county to Clark county a few this years ago, and who sold out there last fall intending to locate in Oklahoma where he owns a farm, has purchased another farm in Clark county near Hjint. and will continue, to reside in that county. His new farm comprises 187 acres for which he paid $11,700. J. is at all times to keep as near as possible every thing the people But wo will call your attention to some lines that we want. are especially anxious for you to, get acquainted with. Men's and B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., Agent for Powell County for the a- bove mo complete cabinet.. ever offerd the pubac. H We tell yon how, yj prior, we are daalerat established SM In 18U; and can do BRTTSK. far yon References commlaslon V -- i4 pay best market Boys' Clothing we have them in the new, also in the plain, staple than j HhMta.agents or weekly price Iu- H any ban k ta Write (or Ust.H tner- - - 'larUle. W-- Full Stock fn Store. SONS 4NLiaMaVUMllI,ix MlantamS.WMt.wMl. M. SABEL styles and feel sure can suit every one, and know we can save you money. Men's and Boys' Hats we have them in the new things in both rough und smooth effects and also in the plain staple styles. 'Walk-Ove- r Shoes for men, "Queen Quality" and "Boston MillikanBusinessSchool Lexington, Ky., Favorite" Slides for women in all the popular leathers and lasts in ends Winter's Trouble. To many, 'winter in a season of BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, totH and trouble. Th fnt-bitte' TYPEWRITING. linceiH, ''happed hands and lips, chilblains, coldnore, lt d and rough This school has turned out hun dreds of men and women who t kins, prove this. Hut such troubare successes. It will make les fly before ll'mklen's Arnica a success of you. Halve. A trial convinces. Greatest licalerfttf Burns, Boils, Pi leu, Cuts, Sores,iBruises', Eczema and Sprains. Wiite for Catalogue. Only 25c at all dealers, f--3 Elecv ic Ia' aervoaa proatradoa and feaalo viataNiM tkeji axe the supreme nvMOf, as taonsaBaw Have testified. Bitters accee4 who both button and'Jace. We also defy competition in our lines of heav 'ier shoes for both sexes in all sizes try thorn and compare See our lines of rain coats, hunt them with those Bold elsewhere. ing and work coats, corduroy and other servicable pants, caps, trunks, suit cases, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods. In fact, see 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. everything else fails. FOR KIDNEYfLIVCR AND fc ia TOMAOHTROUBtK the fcat ikMietee ever aoU Hardwick & Co., Stanton. IBIHDBHHHalaflHsiHIsisoMslHHa j & Bidders will be prepared- - to comply with these terms. A lien will bo retained on the property sold till all the Poircll Circuit Court. purphase money is paid. Bnd payable to tho Commissioner-KOMULU- S A. T. Knox, Plaintiff, JACKSON, versus Master Com'r Powell 0. 0. Win. Howon, Jr., Defendant. Notice of Sale In Eqity. By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale. sale of the l'owoll Circuit Court, rendered at the June term, 1011. Powell Circuit Court. thereof, in the above cause, the under- Nannie B. Lowe Plaintiff, signed will on the 1st day of Jun versus 1012, nt 1 o'clock 1. M or thereabout, J. W. Woolery nd Mollic Bowles, Defendants. ibeing Court Day), I will proNotice of Sale in lnuity. ceed to oHer for sale nt Public By virtue of a judgment and order Auction to the highest bidder, on n of six und twelve months, al of sale of the Powell. Circuit Court, tho Court House door, Stanton, Ky rendered at the November term, 1911, tho property mentioned in the Judg thereof in the above cause, the andpr ment, dgned will on the 1st day of January, A certain farm containing about VlS, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, ncres more or less tho exact size not being Court Day,) I will proceed to of- being known belong'to the Defendant er for sale at Public Auction to the Win. Bowcn, Jr. situated in Powel liglicst bidder, on n credit of six months, eounty Ky. on the waters of the Soutl t the Court House door, Stanton, Ky fork of Bed river, bounded on th he property mentioned in the judg North by the property of Jessie Faulk t: uent. ner and on the South by that of An: Situated in Clay 0 ty.Ky., and known llowen on the East by that of Wni .8 Lot 17 in Block No. 3 on the plat, of Crowe and on the West by that of Jesaid city, or sufficient thereof to pro sie Faulkner it being the same proper .luce $lS3.-- 0, so ordered to be made. ty conveyed to tho said Win. Rowen The purchaser will be required to Jr. by J. L. Faulkner, by deed of rec- ,'ive bond, with approved security, for ord in the Powell county clerk's ofiic he payment of the purchase money, to or sufficient thereof to produce $8,321, o have the force and effect of u Ue- 35, so ordered to be made. ilevin Bond, bearing legal interest The purchaser will be required ti rom the'day of sale according to law give bond, with.npproved security, for the payment of the purchase money, t. bidders will be prepared to comply have the force and effect of a Ueplevii vith these terms. A lien will be re Bond, bearing legal interest from tin mined on the laud sold ,til all the pur day of sale, necording to law. Bidders will be prepared to compl. chase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. with these terms. A lien will be reItOMULUS JACKSON, tained on tho land sold till all the purchase money is paid. Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, blaster Com'r Powell Circuit Court Commissioner's Sale. uommissioner's to have the like and effect of a Re plevin Bond, legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders .will bo prepared to comply with these terms. A Hen will bo retained on tho land sold till all N money la paid. Bond payable' to Commissioner. KOMULUS. JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. Ai) alone, a fine book of 150 pages, is only 35c by mail. Let every body respond and receive the warn intra of ourXatinnal Seer for the coming year. " Very Serious It is a very serious matter, to ask for one medicine and have the For this wronff one given you reason wo urce you in buying-- to bo careful to fjet tho genuine" to-w- it: to-wi- BLACK-DRAUGH- T estimate lias been advancannualed that about $4,000,000 ' Liver Medicine ly are paid out by Kentucky for In all ooantrln OR NO ril. ?ronirtirolitJned and Copyright! The reputation of this old, reliafruits imported into tho State, Hend Sketch. Mtxtn or l'hoto, for rRHRIPORTOnnatenUbtlltT. I'atrntnrms. ble medicine, fcr constipation, inBAMK RtriRENOIS. IceexclnalTclr. all of which can bo groxvri there-in- ? digestion and liver trcublo, is firmBena 3 emu in Mampa for Inralnablc book on ROW TO OBTAIN and (CLL PATINTS, ly established. It docs not imitate This means.tiiat in a period Whirs pnea will pay. llow to grl a partner, other medicines. It is better, thsn patent law and other Talnable Information. of ten years'ltentuclvy will pay others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger D. out fl0,000,000 for tho item of CO. sale than all others combined. PATKNT LAWYERS. fruit alone, all of which can and SOLD IN TOWN F3 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. ought to be produced within the State. Is it any wonder that we say we have not money with which to huilil roads and educate SbtWRY OF L. & E. TlplE TflBLE. tho children? The climate,.sun Elfeotive. May J8, 1011 shine und soil are here, No. :J. No. 1, conditions; the additional No. 2, No. 4, ritationc. th'NyDaily. Daily. Daily need is intelligence and work. rtrta-Immt- I SWIFT & Enst-Bouin- l. God-give- n - The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1912 Almanac. P. M. Before the great drouth of 11)01, 1:35 the Hicks Alumnae, gave timely 2:17 A. M. A. M. P. M. :3" 1 Commissioner's Sale. warning. For over two years prior to 1911, tho Hicks Almanac again sounded a warning of drouth" danger. Anil so for, forty years this same friend of all the people has steadfastly refused the offers of speculators and continued to warn the public of the coining dangers of storm and weather."' As they should have done, the people have nobly stood by Professor Hicks, then faithful public servant, who has 8:(3 7 :20 Lexington, Vinchester, L. & E. .In notion, Indian Fiohls, CLAY Cl'J'Y, Stanton, Rosalyn. 2:35 2:40 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:04 4 8:18 8 :32 8:50 0:()0 0 ;05 8:50 8:03 7:51 7:37 7:10 7:10 7:05 0 :50 :;() :3? :05 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 :3C :51 . 0:12 0:27 0 :32 Fihon, Canipton .Tnnctlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent," Benttyville .let, O. & K. Junction, .Tackt-on- , ' :45 (1:43 :M :5l :57 :50 6:40 (i C :25 5:10 5:25 9:14 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 :25 . :03 :25 3:1.2 5:10 5:05 Quicksand, CONNECTIONS. 1:25 Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court, Julia Puckett, VHTBUS Plaintiff, Defendant. Notice of Sale in quity. By virtue of a judgment and order of wile of the Powell Circuit Court. rendered at the November term, 1011 thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 1st day of January 1012 nt 1 o'clock, p. in., or thereabout (being Court Day,) proceed to offer for fur sale at Public Auction to tho highest bidder, on a credit of six months at the Court House door, Stanton, Kj. the property mentioned in the judgment to wit: Situated in tho town of Clay City. Ky., and known as follows: Lots Nos. 32, 33 and 64 in Block 12 as shown on the map or pint of said city, or sufficient thereof to produce $118 10, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for tho payment of the purchase money, to hnve the force and effect of a replevin bond, benring legal intercut from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to complj with these terms. A lien will be retained on the house nnd lots sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. UOMULNS JACKSON. Muster Commissioner Powell 0. C. Olga Tracy Ac. Commissioner's Kussoll & Company, Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Plaintiffs, versus len. IlailUix. Defendant. Notice of Sale in Kqity. By virtue of n judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, i endured nt the November term, 1011. llioivMf i'i tin' nhovi cuimc, the under signed ulll on the 27th du or Decern ., ier. IWH.iii ID o'clock a in , or I will, proceed to offer for sale nt Public Aii'ttion to the highest bidder on ii credit of three month-- , at the saw mill sent the properly mentioned in the Judu'iiicut How mill ami fixtures and boiler and engine and machinery, situated ,on Hut ton Uivck near the residence of J II. iIiiimii. and to be sold at said place win rc ihe mill is now located, or sulh cii nt llit'ivoC n produce $ i there-about,t: Powell Circuit Court. Frank Amburgy, Plaintiff, versus Celia M. Noble and others, Defendants, Notice of Sale in Ejiuity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren dercd at the November term, 1011, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 1st duy of January, 1012, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, Situated on tho. heudwaters of Hard- wick's creek in Powell county, Ken tucky. Beginning at a stake in the cliff west of the'Kincaid house from which point the original corner at the Daniel place running South down the bill to the branch, thence up tho hill South to the cliff an eastern cnui-bto the falls of the Cucumber; thence up the Imuch N. 44 E. 5 d P. to a small maple ; thence N. 41 AW 5 P., N. 12 W. 45 P. to small hickorys ; thence N. 85Ja E. '2j P. to a sourwood nnd stone ; thence with the top of tho ridge N.70fc E. 7 P., N. 20 E. K P., N. bO W. 10 P. ; thence down the ridge S. C7W.6P., S. 20 W. 14 P., 8. 30 W. 15 P. to a lo cust and black gum ut Sivanagan's W. southwest corner; thence S. 82 7 P. to two black oaks and chctnut. thence with suid cliff s. 0 w. 15 P., s. 07b w 12 p. to a chestnut, s. 8:t w. 14 5 p. to a poplar s. 70 w. 13 p. to n w 32 p to a chestlynu, thence S ill nut mid sour wood in the Daniel line, thence in u western direction, leaving the Daniel line, running to the Sam Vaughn corner, thence to the J, "W. Vaughn corner ; thence an eastern direction to the, beginning and containing about 150acres of land.or snllieieiii thereof to produce $288.10, so urderet ' to bo made. Tho purchaser will be required ti give bond, with approved security, foi the payment of the purchase inonu) to-w- it: e 3-1- -2 2-- Send LEXINGTON: grown old in their service Train No. 1 will mwke connection at, Lexington with only one dollar to Word and Works the L.&. K. for Louis-ville- , Ky. No. 3 will make connei-iioPublishing Company, 3401 Frankwith the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. lin Aveone, St. Louis, Missouri, CAMP TON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make conand get his Magazine and Aitiiniiar nection with Mountnin Central Railway to and from Cnuipton. both for one year The Almanac BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos.'l, 2 and 3 will make connection with the I is A, Railway for Battyvillf. O. & K.r JUNCTION: Trni"B Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will" make coniHi-T-tioml with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Gunnel City, Ky.. O fc K. stations. , CFTAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Pin-Afnt. n SIB WITH A n iir BOTTLE CREAM TAP Device Is Extremely Simple, Differ ing Only by Having Lateral Neck Tube Worked Easily, When unskimmed milk Is delivered to the consumers In the usual type of bottle, the cream forms a layer float Ing on the milk, says the Scientific Not Simply a Car but Car Sssr American. Tn pouring out the contents of tho bottle they are necessarily more or less disturbed and. mingled. To provide a bottle that 'shall be free Kow Is the time of year when you'are In the MAHATHON you gfct all t to think of the car vou Intend But don't accept ourmcrestntcm boTing. tiememoer, wnen yon Duy, tnai me aoso-lu- le we can convince you of its truth. limit of dollar for dollar return la We have a catalogue which describe-detail- , reached In cars selling' under 2,000. When the wealth 01 inechnalcal ncclk. you pay more, your returns are not in profinish and dependable utility thatcuaractc portion to your lnrcstment. lis the MARATHON. When you buy, buy not simply a car, but car service. Buy correct dcalim, accur And it's yours for the asking. ate conjunction ana gooa materials, Buy sound motor car value. Won't you ask for it T MAKATHON sao4els laclndc Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Toorlno CnirrtTCDrtf MiTTAD WnOVC Car. Standard Touring Car and Roadster, and Torpedo Boadater. Prices from tl.SOO to 1,700. rUaclivnio Tonn Be Happy! i Milk Bottle With a Cream Tip. anK P OVER 86 YEARS' EXPERIENCE r irkoc kiakhb Designs cd io lie limit.. will be required witii approted wuirrlij , ft I i" in in nt "f llu purclm-- c money, I he .vr tun! nff et of n icile b i .(. lvt j.,' lemiriiui'iv.i fr tu f l!: .. i U '.KM'xriiiUg to law. "tin , l- AnTonaaenilliiK kukrlrlikinl deicrlrllon tnar viimffii-i- r wurtuer ji nnickir lurenuiu our paieittaiilA. roinmuulm. IiitviiIIoii U probably I lull mriclljcimlldciitlul. HANOuOOl oil I'ateuu out fro. Oloeet apeiiej for miuiinif ptiiu.I'ulbuli taken tkrouifli Muinl A. v. tvv.. . . tpccUiluottct, without cbariie, 111 tuo iv bond, t" 1 Scientific Urauca A handsomely lllnstrated WMklr. Mrrwt circulation of any iclciitlllo hHirunl. Turin , U a reurt four tuontlia, l. Uuldbyall newsdealers. Jflmrkati I). C. 0mo, mVBU Washington. where the bottle reaches lta targes' diameter. Through this heck-- a curvei ube of glass, paper or other ulUiblt material Is Inserted, being free tx Ude In and out a certain distance. 01 to rotate about its axis. Both necki are closed with paper lids In the usua way. Tho operation of the device 1 o straightforward as to bardly re lulre explanation. When It Is desire o draw off the tap layer of the creun ihe curved, tubo Is turned with Us In ier end directed upward, if crean trom a lower luer to required, rfn ubu In turned accordingly, Jbi transli 'he tube Is pushed lu.au taras It wli o, 10 protect it nnamm mjury. -- vice Is extremely simple, reiierabljng In general outline tho customary ralli bottle, from which H.dlffers by bavlni a lateral neck formed about tho polni rent patents here Illustrated. The de from tl.ls defect Is the purpose of re Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! 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