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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 7, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915100701_sn86069657 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 7, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 I'HE CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P. O'MARA, E&er We are Here to Help Clay CHythe Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. J.- CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY OCTOBER 7, J9I5. - SO. a Conlee, of Rosslyn, and the wri- "Bg Company nay Locate Here 3 w . Egr the pBt week or so there lias been considerable excitement here regarding the Pearsite Co., officials of which have been nog. otiating with t he Columbia Trust Co., as receivers for the Day Lumber & Coal Co., with a view of securing a long time lease on about twenty acres of land here on which to erect a dye refining plant. Late Thursday afternoon officials of the company refused to give out any information, beyond saying that there had been no final arrangements made yet. Apparently, however, these officials are almost certain of locating here as they have had several cara of material and equipment shipped in and are making arrangements to board a number of men. The material coming here isbeiug shipped from Oaney where the company has had men working for the past three months, and officials of the company seem convinced that Clay City is a splendid location for their enterprise. Should the plant be built here it would mean the employment ' of quite a number of men, many of them expert chemists, and the main offices would be here. Fur naces would be maintained at In Memoriam Catiey and other points and the crude product shipped here for Contributed. refining. The Pearsite Company James 'Harvey Carr was born is incorporated uuder the laws of in Lawrence-county- , Ohio, Aug-nDelaware for two million dollars 10, 1843, and moved to Ken and is backed by some of the tucky nbout.45 years ago, living biggest financiers in the country. in Powell county since that time with the' exception of three years spent inJTexag. Be died at his New Brick Depot home in Clay City September 25, 1015, beingr72f years apd 45 days Jackson is to have a $25,000 old. In 1870 he married Mrs. brick depot, work ou which is to Laura .Flinchem Hall, and to be started during this month them were born seven children, Three The building, which is to be the six sons aud a daughter. sons, Claude, living at Miami, handsomest on the line, outside of Lexington, will be built on the Texas, and Sam and Millard, livland immediately adjoining the ing here, aud the daughter, Mrs. old depot, which will.be used as Annie Christopher, survive him, a freight warehouse for the the other three sons being dead.' Mr.. Carr joined the army in the present iid fpught under early sixtie' untry until the the flag of Illiteracy Commls close of His comrades a brave sol- on To Meet. in arms .post and hav- dier, alwj st STANTON. (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) ter, wilf attend. The writer was mi Letcher and D. R. Clark is in Jackson this Perry counties over Sunday nud week, looking after his real es- met a number of Powell county men there at work. tate interests in Breathitt. Mrs. W. R. Carton is visiting in Cimptou this week. Mr. Robinson, of Winchester, was here Tuesday trying to exchange a store at Campton for some property here. Quite a number from here are attending the meetings at Clay City. Willie French, of Montgomery county, whose parents, Mr and Mrs. James French, formerly lived on Hatchers Creek, was here Sunday with his bride, who was formerly Miss Knox, and who will be remembered by many Stanton people as having attend ed school here. They were the guests of Walter Thacker. Miss Pearl Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams, and Herbert Chambers, were married Tuesday by the writer. They will reside iu Iudiaua. A "James Whitcomb Riley" entertainment wtll be given at the College Friday, under the direction ot Miss Evaus, aud a tiptop program is assured. Mr. Riley, the "Hoosier Poet," is Known aud loved the world over. Mrs. Lyda Daniels has been very sick for several days, but; is much better now. Mrs. Derickson and daughter, Tenney, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eastin, of Hoinbre, Per- For Jackson ry county. Mrs. Derickson is iu poor health at present. The Louisville Herald had an item concerning a young lady rooming a. Mr. Phillips, in Lou- sville, who woke up and found a man in her room. The man escaped when he heard Mr. Phil ips coming up stairs. The town trustees are havinir the sidewalks repaired and new drain pipes put in where They also passed an ordinance putting heavy penalty on any one allowing any ditch or drain on their own or adjacent property to become obstructed by filth or trash. This Is a good ordinance and citizens should see to its enforcement as it means much to the health of the community. si srKts neo-cessar- y. The various county Illiteracy Commissions of the state are to meet in Frankfort Oct. JO, at 11 o'clock' and all members are to attend and discuss plans for success Of work. The members of the Commission fur Powell county are Miss Betsey Bowen, Prof. J. 0. Hanley, Dud ley CaudiU and M. P. 0' Mara. iug litt every Mr. t Ohurc ut tie n years otthe trig Christian Texas 28 the faith years, dy-ath. a writer dUrin vices v he wa will to The nany times u asked if the Lord's re- - & r I t This Bank Invites New Accounts On the basis of efficient service aud absolute security Interest on Time Deposits 3 Per Gent Clay City National Bank Clay City, Kentucky no Mrs. H. S. Harter, of Nada, that the the Womens' Missionary way wa only regret meeting, of the Presbyterian ne expro at he would church last Saturday. dave to fe and child-g- o Mrs. Bettie Johnson visited ren who kind and her son, Robert McNabb, at in ring his long patient w illness. uuhter, Annie, Nada Sunday. and son, 01 n fib both came from Dr. I. W. Johnson attended the Texas during the summer to see meeting of the Medical Associa liin and stayed several weeks, tion at Louisville. rendering all the help aud symBill Johnson is doing consider pathy they could. able sawing with his mill these The writer preached his fun eral at the graveyard to a large days, us logs are coming in plen congregation of his neighbors and tifully. May God's, richest friends. The Kentucky Sunday School blessings rest upon his widow Association will hold their fif aud children and may they live tieth year Jubilee Convention at so they can meet him where they Louisville from Thursday to Sun will never part again. In that day of this week. Two delegates beautiful laud so free from all from this county, Miss Sudie sorrow and pain, with songs on our lips and with harps in our mods, we'll meet one another A plied tried t fear o tlHt fK'n iK always iid had hat he had Good Colt Shoh A very interesting colt show at the court house Monday when all the colts from Mr. Fuller's good horse, King Emerald Chief, were on exhibition. The colts made a splendid showing, the premium being won by one owued by Clifton Ohanev, with one owned by Mr. Stevons running him a close second. was held Dr. Williams Home. J. W. Williams, who un derwent an operation at th Dr. Good Samaritan Ilospitul some time ago, was brought homo Sunday. Dr. Willams' condition is still very serious, aud very little hopa is held out for his recovery. M The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is where you get the best value for your money. A. W P, Johnson STANTON prop John- COLLEGE,! KY. Buys Property 9500. STANTON, II. Neal has sold his erty ou main street to A. 1 son, the price paid beiutc The 6ulo was uiado through Kirk. Students Admitted at Any Time T. J. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. D. J?. Daniel Ships Cattle and Hogs. D. K. Danie) shipped a mixed cur of cuttle and hogs Monday, 'rices paid fur hogs was 0.70 to He 0.00, and for pattla 5.75. also shippad two cars cf hogs rom Winchester last Meek' MBuug" Brush, of Quicksaud, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Lucy Brush, far a few days. Try- - This - Store - For - Val ue By paying part of their Expenses in Woik, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $l.5o per Week. For Information Write to Henry tVALT.ERSVILLE, Waldron KENTUCKY Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. THE TIMES. Mrs. Carri-ther- s Coughs That Are Stopped! A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. Editor M. P. O'Mara mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Office at Clay City, sKy., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MAD- E Careful people seejthnt they are stopped. Dr. King's New Discov ery is n remedy of tried merit. It has held its own on the market for Advice 40 years. Youth nnd old ago tes Glad She Took tify to its soothing and healing When Husband Said, qualifies. Pneumonia and lung Get a Bottroubles ore often raused by delay tle of Tanlac." of treatment. Dr. King'H New Discovery stops those hacking Louisville, Ky., Oct. 0. State-men- t coughs and reieve8 lagrippo tenafter statement is now be dencies Money bnck if it fails. ing made in regard to the merits 50c and 81.UJ. of Tanlac, the new medicine that is accomplishing such astonishOld Papers for Sale at The Mrs. ing results in Louisville. Sallie Carrithers, residing at HSid Times Office. Grand Boulevard, city, wife of a Felt Discouraged A Forest Fire In the Mountains1 ' "Let's - PAPER. OCT. 7, 1915 TUURSDAY, car builder at the L. C. L. RUSSELL, recently : "My husband just simply forc- Painting, Paperhanglrig, Decorating ed me to take this Tanlac, but well-know- n & N. Shops, said Forest fires destroy thousands of dollars' wortli of tltnlicr every year ami arc largely preventable. season lias averaged nbout twenty-liv- e paid partly from federal funds nnd partly from stnto funds. These patrolmen wero employed only In the season of the year diirlng which danger from llres might be expected. This period of employment has nveraged approximately two months In the spring nnd the same amount In the fall, and the patrolmen have been paid during the time of their appointment $2 per day for the time nctually spent by them In work. The duties of these patrolmen were to suppress and prevent forest llres, as far as they could, In the counties hi which they were nppolnted, nnd also by personal contact with the people in the comity to point out to them the danger from forest flre.s In the destruction of timber, buildings, fences and other vnlaable products, and also to emphasize the fact that a large per tent of the forest flres which occurred were due to causes which could have been eliminated with care on the part of the individuals. The work of the county wardens has been Inspected once In three weeks, as nearly as possible, by the district wardens, mid the whole work has been inspected by the United States forest service. The danger season for forest flres ordinarily Is for a period of three months In the spring, Feb. in to May 15, and for n period of three months. In the fall, Sept. 15 to Dec. 15, but the patrolmen were only under appointment and paid for the actual time during which tires might be expected because of the climatic conditions existing at tho time. It was soon evident that, while the county patrolmen were accomplishing n considerable amount of effective work, nevertholens even one patrolman In each county where there was a large amount of timber would not secure .the necessary amount of forest protection. Consequently the n.jxt step was to seof the timber-lan- d cure the. owners by organizing associations, since It was felt that only in the event that timberland' owners became financially Interested In the matter of forest protection of their own lauds and supplemented the funds of the state by funds of their own to be expended In forest protective measures could a permanent good be accomplished In this direction. I'nder this plan the first county In the state to be organized was Harlan county, and the success of the Forest Protective association In this county lias been so. remarkable and Its growth and effectiveness so continuous that It .believe that like associations will be formed In several other counties befoio the danger season for Arcs In the fall, now Iain glad that I took the Reasonable Prices Satisfaction Under the caption of "The Result in Clark County," the Herald contains the following editorial ; "The grand jury in Clark County, to which was delivered a most impressive and startling charge by Judge Benton, has returned indictments against two men for bribery, and against two for false swearing and two for betting on the election. We are confident from the personnel of the grand jury that as thorough an investigation was made and as decisive results were obtained as Lex-ingto- n medicine, as I am one of the happiest women in Louisville. ''I had always suite red from catarrh of the stomach, but my real trouble began when I ate someth'ng and had ptomaine poiMy soning as a result of it. stomach was in such a bud, sensitive condition that I could not Guaranteed For fine Watch ' and Clock strong sentiment' of this character Lewis county recently accomplished the organization of an association, uiid there Is every probability that more associations In the immediate future wilt be formed, due to the same sentiment. A In REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will FOREST UTILIZATION. eat anything. "My husband said to me one day, 'Why don't you try this Tanlac?' 1 had tried so many things that felt discouraged and told him that I believed nothing would help me. "He took me for a walk one evening recently, and when pass Drugstore, ing the Taylor-Isaache said, 'Let's go in and get a He had my bottle of Tanlac' arm and we went into the store together and bought' a bottle of Tanlac. "I waited until morning be. fore 1 began taking tho medi- l tool; a dose uetore cine, breakfast, one at noon, aud a third at supper. That night 1 slept more soundly than 1 hud 1 now in months. have taken two bottles of Tanlac and I feel like I am cured. I am here to go another bottle, though, as my husband insists tliut I should do 1 s be glad to haveyou call on me S. V. Clay City, LARIW Hitucky were possible. Yet it seems rather as if the mountain had labored and brought forth but a mouse. In spite of the fact that the grand jury stated, 'we believe atlier moneys were illegally used,' the fact that it to concrete form evidence in so few cases is persuasive proof that the reports of wholesale corruption were grossly exaggerated or else that the grind jury is not able to secure evidence in such form us to return indictments. "Every man guilty should be indicted but wo doubt whether it is in the province of the grand jury properly to express its be- so. lief that money wus improperly "I simply cannot get enough used without returning indict- to eat now. I never had such an appetite in my life. 1 enjoy ' ments." everything I taste and I digest everything properly. My stomREGARD FOR THE LAW. ach is in excellent condition and the catarrhal trouble has disapIgnorance of the Law Is no excuse peared. My hearing has even and disregard of the Law Is a crime. improved, Tanlac is really a When Laws are bo obnoxious as to they very wonderful medicine." afford excuses (or should be changed, aud the people Tanlac, the premier preparahave this right. "If your right hand offend you, cut It off," was no Idle Injunction, but means the offenso should be removed rather than the mutilation ot the member. Our Tax Laws are distasteful and detrimental, but the remedy should be to amend them instead of allowing them to undermine the morals of the people by openly disregarding them. The successful evasion ot one Law may encourage the violation. of others and In time breed a contempt for all Laws. While every citizen owes obedience to tho Laws, the Laws should be made (air and equal to every citizen. The Tax Laws ure neither fair nor equal and are productive of deceit and dishonor and If for no other reaboo than this should be changed. Jefferson COMPLETE TWO T1 frrM 1. 1. .11. 11th tmf oi ondterm, Jan. 3. Frw kllitates. AcceMtoSiq iv libraries. aw: eiiirpyuiie.if'orrii ELLIOTT TbamuJeaeraoarnuli fmVEBW. Ky. CLEANING I AND DRESSING. am ready to do your Clean Good wcrk Ing and Pressing guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Blccm will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. tion, is sdd exclusively in Clay City by Eaton-McGuire, and in Stunton by Ilardwick & Co. Kentucky Forests a Big Item In Indus trial Life. Kentucky forests play a big part In the Industrial life of the state, and not only for the amount of timber they produce, which, according to the Inst llgures of the census nvallable, was (Ul,2!)fi,000 feet, board measure, and It Is of Interest to point out the direction In which the forests of the state are of vital Importance to various Interests. The capital Invested In logging nnd milling operations in one year (1910) was $21,381,000 and the average number of wage earners 13.W2 (live times as many as are employed In the (usuueu liquor uusiness, which neaas the list In value of product). The number of active sawmills In Kentucky, according to the Inst census (1013), was l.Otll. The railroads are one of the greatest users of timber in the United States. The timber demanded by JJiem Is mostly In the shape of crosstles, tel ephone nnd telegraph poles, material for car building, etc. It Is safe to say, from the best figures obtainable, that over 2.000,000 crosstles were purchased by the rullroads In Kentucky In 1014. Another grent Industry which Is in Its Infancy In Kentucky, which consumes large quantities of) wood products. Is the mining Industry, especially the coal mining Industry, and It Is for this reason that In the coal mining regions of the enstern part of the state the state forester Has met with In an endeavthe heartiest or to suppress the forest fires. The timber used In 'the mines Is in the form of lagging, stulls, props, ties and lumber for the construction of liiillillnirs of various sorts. It Is d that from three to four feet, board measure, are used for each ton of coal mined. Kentucky now ranks t ft It among the stutes in the production of coal. In 1014 over 20,000,000 tons wero mined. The telephone, telegraph and electric light nnd power compnnles uso a large amount of timber In tho shape of poles, posts, etc. Cultivate Art of Listening. Listening always implies under standing, for neither the babe nor the sage will come and talk to ua If our understanding has not first awakened them and called them forth. "Counsel In the heart of man is like deep water," says tho ancient, "but a man ot understanding will draw It out." "MOPT 7MAM WET' : Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- t," STRAWBERRY PLANTS I Imve re- Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of tho remarkable Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. No Agents HOW'S THIS? H. P. Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ky. We oll'er One Hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Thf Colds ot Mankind Cured by Pines. Hall's Catarrh Cure. ever gone through a typical pine forest when you had a cod? What a vigorous iiuplie it enl! IIow you opened wide your lungs to tuka in those invigorating and mysterious qualities, Yei, po&4e-eDr. BelP trt those Htimuluting, ualitie and overcome haerjng auugrn, ,'i'Iie inner lining of the thrqat U 81 rpn. gtheneil in itKuttu'ck agniiiiit cold ICvcry family needa uJioU U Tiu'e, tlo constantly ut hu'id. ?oo. Ilnvo y.ou Pliie-Tar-IIon- ey . ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht m m m I I F. .1, Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Wf, tho undersigned, have known F. J, Cheney for tho last 13 year, and "i1 liinw perfectly honorable in nil tviuisajidotis mid iluamiially Real Estate and Insurance. basilic JJj hblu to carry out uiy obligations inado Wo Buy and Sell Funn and City by lilt firm. . Property of all kinds. We have some gi National Hunk of Commerce, nico farms in Clark and adjoining Toledo, 0. I Jail's Catarrh Curo Is taken lutorn-all.'ountlcs for sale or rent. Write us acting directly upon thy blood what you want. and nuirouiC biirfaqes ot tlu system. We write all kinds of Insurance. Tesiliuonltds sour- free, l'rluo 75 cents per bottle1. Sold by all drugKUU, X TRACY AND ST0KELY. Take Ilnll'o Family I'i'll for Jfa Office, Main Street, Wlnchwtw, Ky. y, - m 4 mm Black-Draug- ht For consttoation. Indicrestlon. hendaclip. ritzzl- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Has proved itself a safe, gentle and valuable remedy. reliable, If you suffer from any of these complaints, try ht It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its' value, pood for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cenlv - ... ... W"' MMMK1MMmMm m m In mv home." Black-Draug- ht Black-Draugmm mem ' FARMERS, SOW WHEAT Wliat Brand? Kentucky Carter Reynolds and Fletcher A snake story, which seems In Barnctt will thresh your wheat and MONUMENTS and MARKERS but which is vouched Clay City Roller Mill will grind credible, Estimates Cheerfully Given on the tor oy rename persons, .was your grain for toll. Large or Small Stones. told us on Wednesday morning by E. L. Bingham. As the stnrv goes, the farmers in (he Oubbnge POWELL & JACKSOK neighborhood, have for some Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Mine been losing young pigs and Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurlambs, and their disappearance has been credited to a big rattle ance. We are also agents for the snake, which had his home on Illinois Surety Company and are prethe Bush mountain. Last week SLADE. pared to do a general Bonding busiu little sou of a Mr. Wilder, ac(Too late for last week.) ness. companied by his dog, went out POWELL & JACKSON Dr. M. L Knox of Niuhi, was on the mountain. The dog, Sam W. Powell LInvllle Jackson oiled to see little Lucile Fork- - which was some distance ahead Office In Court House. ner Monday night. She had a of the boy, was heard to give a Winchester Kentucky slight attack of tonsilis uiul is do- - yelp, and a few innnieuts later came running back to his young Ina nicely. muster, dropping dead at his THE WINCHES! ER.BANK, Mrs. Mollie G. Woodward, of feet. The boy went on to see if of Winchester, Ky. Winchester, is visiting relatives he could discover the cause of Capital Stock $100,000 here this week. his dog's death and found a huge Surplus and Undivided Mrs. Uena AiuDaniel has re- suake. He went back to the Profits $200,000 turned home after a pleasant vishouse and told his futher of his N. Holly "Withcrspoon, President. it with her brother, Seab discovery. Mr. Wilder shoulderand other relatives at ed his gun and soon found his W. R. Sphar Cashier. Mr. Congleton has snakeship, which he put to death. Lexington. YOUR ACCOUNT. SOLICITED. been seriously ill, but is improv- The snake, which was a rattier, ing now. measured 12 feet in length, Miss Fannie Hanks, of Loin-- ' weighed over 100 pounds, and For Good Barberlng Try bard, visited friends and rela had 15 rattles and a button. A. P. Johnson Pineville Sun. tives here over Sunday. D. H. Clay City, MATHERLY THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN the title that has been given our store by scores of satisfied customers whom we havs materially aided in the fight against the high is rang That cost of living. Let us help you. OUR MOTTO IS Low Prices and High Quality We would appreciate a trial order, and will do our best to try and please you. Farmers' Union Supply Store S. G. Baker, Mgr. Con-gleto- Mrs. Susan Ewen visited her two sons, Asa B. and Green Ewen, at Douglas, I'erry county, Shampooing and Scalp Treatment last week. In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Automob T. Put To New Use - Starck Pianos No Money in Advance The W. C. T. U. held exerIt.VILROAD TIME TAIJLE cises at Nad a Sunday night, and boy pre- has Lexington & Ensteru Railway Com. nearly every man and lnny. Eastbound. No. 1. jHL- tion Satisfac- (Jnnr-autoc- il Westbound. No. 4. Dally. quor. sent oigued the pledge to abstain from the use of intoxicating li Last discH' iurH agent for this county, to get his LowcNtNcf Dally. 7:03A..M. 7:3.r,A..M. Facts for Sufferers con-gstio- Pain results from injury or Be it neuralnin, rheuS:lGA..Mj matism, lumbago, neuritis, tooth1:00 P.M. 8:45A.M. musache, sprain, bruise, sore Camp. Junct. 12:22 P.M. cles Jor whatever pain you have a:27A.M. lOUSA.M.j 11:1DA.M. Maloney yields to Sloan's Liniment brings 10:20A.M. Jackson J1:20A.M. new fresh blood, dissolves the conS :06 A.M. Hazard 1:44 P.M. j 6:20 A.M. gestion, reliehs the injury, the Whltesburg P.M. 3:35 j 5:40 A.M. circulation is free and yonr pain McRoberts 4:18P.M. No. 2. No. 3. leaves as if by nagib. The nature Dally. of its qualities penetrate immedDally. j S:50A.M. Lexington 1:45 P.M. iately to the sore spot. Don't keep j 8:00 A.M. 2:37P.M.I Winchester Get a bottle of on fullering. 2:55 PJU.I L. & E. June, j 7:37 A.M. Sloan's Liniment. Use it. It 7:00 A.M. Clay City 3:2S P.M.I llrice 25c means instant relief. 6:19 A.M. und oOc. 4:12 P.M; Camp. June. $1.00 bottle holds six j Maloney 5:35 A.M. times ar much as the oc size. 5:00 P.M.) 4:43 A.M. 6:00 P.M.! Jacksm 1:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. j Lexington Winchester L..&E. June. Clay City 2:50 P.M. n. round, hi d, being to Mastitis mill the mill they mle teams ahead were easily able uiLLLLLLW as i'o well cou n SsiK to M usti in tH tyv tK nHi tlnraHi im. 'Hf f(H ,1 thout delay. Dr. Martin P A. STARCK PRCSIDCNT Fact ory Prices IiauicHt Tcrmw A Snvi SlOO to u(J o! Imic-tor- SOO From y LLLLK Direct years Mr. grist null it was the was evo n limn it S. V iiitomobilr. prices that tave you upwards ol 150.(0 io t!.j Bcost ot your piano. We guarantee in ImuWi you a oeiter piano tor me money tiuu .o-- i c.iti ; secure elsewhere. a satisfactory OWN HOME Wo will ship yuu benullfu! CtaruU "L.im f . r '.o days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment reituirnl. All .t ukU n tlut you will play upon, use . r iiiat time, vuu do not And it the and test this piano for !10 ln.vs. if. at r highest grade, stveotcst toned and finest iiijim p overy way, that you havo ever f seen tor the money, you are ut pcrfft l.brr.y tn end it lajlc, und xve will. In that event, nay the frolvht both wavti. This hturt.k 1'lano must malic eood with you. or there Is no sale. Easy Payments Save $150.00 or fsloro We ililp direct lo you from cur factory, at Yi pay no csh domi, but after 30 days c- 30 DAY! I TRIAL IN YOUR piano. 25-Ye- You rreaburnl ot lecelvlr.-toned durable Mx'i gradj oii can begin pjyment on the low. ft, tirms ever suggested by a piano These terms are arranged to iiiiiulacturcr. tu nit your eonvnience, and It Is possible to bry n pl.:ho for your home, wlthou A i th i noney. , of li!..l, tit pletp line any eyes. your eyes i from 50 cent has a com- k and can fit and bee him if reatment. Prices U$ti.00. ar Guarantee aiarcK os Every Starck riano ii for 23 jean. fruaranteed This guarantee lias lucU of It our 35 years of piano experience, and the repu- 2nd V"e Eiaiid Qargulns Player-Pian- tation ot an responsible piano house. i: 13 P.M.! Quicksand 4:31A.M. No. 6. Dally. Why The Cin- 50 Free Muslo Lessons To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we gie free music lessons. In one uf the best known schools in No. 5. Dally. :30 A.M. 0:47 A.M. ROSSLYN. S::I8A.M.' 10:43 A.M. 11:30 A.M. j Jackson Haddlx Hazard Whltesburg McRoberts 5:45 P.M. j 5:45A.M. 3:20 P.M. 1:27 P.M. The boys up heru are all busy Should be your dailv newspaper. cutting corn. Because The Post U honest and nut Simeon Allen caught two coon Sunday morning. Belah Smith and John Wright went to Ml. Springs Sunday, and report a tine time j , I cinnati Post !.aie ' i jn.ly :i band a large nrmbcr t bglilly used pinnos of all and tandaid makes taken In Start k I'lanoa for rc The followand IMayjr-l'lanning aic a few ssmple bargains: 110.00 Weber 92 00 Steinway 80.03 Chickering 03.00 Kimball 1D5.00 Starck are Starck I'layer-I'ijno- s the best and most beautt ful Player I'lanos on tlie market. You will be delighted witli the many features ot these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. Piano Book Free Sir.d today for our new Ixautifully illustrated piano 1. 1.-!uhlch gives you a large amount of infonna. Ikii itgardinff pianos. This bunk will Interest and Mi aw you. write today Chicago. These lessons you can take in your own home, by mall. This rt presents one year's free Instruction. no.nd li.ird CO, Send (or our lattft rmpletc li,.igi iii 11 t. 12:45P.M. P. T. M Louisville. W. A. RUSSELL. A. M. Lowu loaded a car of ties at Nuda lust week and one ut ltosslyu this week. i I went to redeemed themselves by defeating Bowen by a score of 15 11. Bowen was (not sutislied with this and came here Sunday for another defeat. A Kosslu ball team Boa en Suturduy and Cloggeil System Seeds Attention billon-, ii Are you lees? the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes U mora Important In the (.'leer, steady Uf lit. Iouro buret rMotlilna; jrleou the oil that flicker without last drop. IVnnsjlvaula refined to nrrfocttno. crude Costs no more than the. inferior Uukvragott olU saves MONKY sate yea. wunL--wi Your dealer tiu 80LITE OIL ia dizzy und list Dr. King's New Life Pilld taken at once siezes upon titin and starts the bowels moving naturally uuu easily. Moreover, It acts willn.frt griping.. Neglect mo.t serious .umiplicutions. Pui- and i body poorly' sonousiinatturs afraid ; because The Post is uu the aide of justice, always rendy to light when it knows It is right and no power on earth strong enough to swerve it from its purpose. The Post triea to be and believes it is an interesting, necurnte Resides and well written newspaper. the struight from the shoulder hows polloy In The Post you will always find the best of everything that completes a daily newspaper, viz: Editorials, Car toons, Murket Reports, bport News, Special Artk'h 8 by special writers, A New Novel every week, Mrs. Kvuns' Pace for Women and u host of other good things. I!o convinced .tliut The Post Is the newsiest and most enterprising newspaper in the middle west by giving it a trial. Order from Post agent in town or by mail, 306 for a sin gle month und S0c for two mouths Do it today and you will never regret It. If you order by mail, send order to Tho Cincinnati Post, Cincinnati, Ohio. P. A. STARCK PIANO iss starck nidi., cnicAory1 u . 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' , I t X X Our Fall and Winter Goods are liow in and we invite you to call and see them and' get our prices. We are especially anxious for you to call who aphigh quality, honest merpreciate new, We chandise at low prices, quality considered. every day is bargain, day have many bargains and here, but at this time we will only call special atteiv Hon to one lot of underwear. This lot consists of under wear for women, misses, men, boys and children which we are in a position to sell at not over half the usual price and much of it we We are selling first grade Kencan sell at a lower rate than that. tucky flour at $3.20 per hundred or 80c for a24lb sack, roasted coffee at He per lb, and granulated sugar at 6 cents per pound. "-- Tit ...... v-.- t T t f T T t t t UOCAL t y f T T T T T f Hardwick & STANTO: KY. Co. T T t I 5. y Frauk Kennon, formerly manager of the Farmers' Union store is now agent for the Rawleigh products, and will distribute their goods in Powell, county. Oompany'8 Hot Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Coulee are Mrs. Carrie Fitch and children, in town after visiting relatives of Jackson, are visiting Mr and. in Montgomery county for n few Mrs. J. H. O'Kear. weeks. John. D. Atkinson, of Stanton Mrs. L. P. Keith returned to was in town this week. to her home in Lexington after a visit with her Advertising in Tho Times will parents Mr. and Mrs. Shimfessel. pay you. If you don't believe it, let us convince you by a trial. Read Hardwick & Go's ndv. of their Fall and Winter Goods. Card of Thanks This firm always carries a good stock, and their line is the most We desire to thank our friends complete in the county. and neighbors for their many Mr. and Mrs. Lnvell Dixon, ot acts of kindness and sympathy Portsmouth, Ohio, nre visiting during the illness and death of the latter's sister, Mrs.jtM. P. Mr. Harvey Oarr. Mrs. Laura Carr and children O'Mara, this week. Wed-nesda- Mr. Frank Kennon has accept, ed the agency for the famous Jeff T. Wright, of Uardwick's Rawleigh Products, und will dis creek, eold 14 head of fat cattle tribute thorn throughout Powell to J. M. Ewen, and several head county. Watch for his wagon. To accomodate the public a sup(f hogs to D. It. Daniel. ply of these products, consisting J. II. Matherly, of Log Lick," of spices, extracts, medicines of Hpent Sunday with his son, Rev. various kinds, liniments, stook D" n. Matherly. remedies, etc., will be also on sale in Pherigo'q barber shop. goods are guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Bvrd, of These and the public is invited to give, Spout Spring, returned home, Wednesday .after visit' with rel tneni u trial. Satisfaction given or money refunded. adv. atives in Wolfe county. and Mrs. Thomas Stnkely Wincheester shopping Saturday. Mr. were in Rawleigh' s Products As a result by the adven company, more ssary, arid has been found if Mr. J. H. O'Rear has reopened A Hard Winter the Clay City Hotels The build- Indians say every tug has been extensively repaired both inside and out,, and sev- 6ign indicates the approach of eral, guests are already occupying a long cold winter, nccording to rooms there. stories coming from tho reservations and elsewhere where the redskins have their have their Subscribe. habitat. They say squirrels have begun storing up nuts, A man who whs too economical the batk on trees is thicker than to subscribe for a paper, sent his little boy to borrow the copy ordinary, the summer has been taken by his neighber. In haste abnormally cool and wet, the mistand of gration of birds has already the boy ran over a bees and in ten minutes looked Started, and that a dozen other like a swarthy summer squash. signs which, nccording to the abHis father ran to his assistance origines, never fail, all go to u severe winter. It is noticeaud failing to notice a barbed able that the fullblood cherokees wire fence ran into that, cutting a handful of flesh from his iu the Spa'viuaw country are makauatomy aud ruined a fourdollar ing unusual preparation for winpair of pants. The old cow took ter. For the first time in years advuntage of the gap in the fence they have stored up a surplus of und got into the cornfield aud fuel and fond aud thoy are advis-intheir white brethren to do killed herself eating green corn. Hearing a racket the wife ran likewise out, upset a churn of ice cream into a basket of Republican Rally little chicken?, drowniuglhe en tiro bunch. In her haste she dropJudge A. J. Kirkof PaintsviHe, ped a $25 6e t of teeth. and Judge Roscee Tartar, ef SomTho baby, having been left erset, will speak at Stanten at one spilled alone, crawled through-thmilk and into the parlor ruining e'deck, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13. adv a $25 carpet. Dunugrthe.excite-men- t EyMrybsdy invited. the oldest daughter ran Old Papers, for Sale at Tke away with the hlrexluiau, the dog broke up eleveu setting hens Timee Offlee. Old-tim- e Distinction of Terms. and chewed the tail off four fine "Of course you favor the uplift?"" shirts on the clothes line. "I don't know," replied the busy man.. s And to avoid all accidents sub- "I'm a plain, practical person. started I think the uplift dopends scribe for your county paper Pearsite on literature and science. What: modation today. I favor is the boost." Somo-time- too-muc- h Equal Right on the Farm. We are for equal rights to this extent.: A farmer should lot his wife retire from the strenuous Ufo at th Bamo time he does. Atchison Globe. ' KENTUCKY NEEDS . Better al-re- for-ca- st g four-gallo- n A good many things to place the State In the rank she deserves In the march ot prosperity, but when sifted down the greatest need of all is new Tax System that will attract In stead of repel Capital, which guaran tees cheap money for the Improve ment ot farms and development ol local Industries. Although one ot the;- oldest States, centrally .located and with marvelous natural advantages, other and less favored States have out stripped us, and, as someone has aptly said, "Kentucky Is an Island ot com paratlve poverty surrounded by a Sea of Industrial prosperity" And why? The answer Is because of our repellent! Equitable Tax 8ystea. taxation means cheap money Easy money means Improvement and development Industrial enterprise keeps the people at home and Increases the population More people means more consumers of our borne products Close markets means good prices, and all ot this has been retarded because some wise acres borrowed a Uniform Tax Law from another State which had been striving to get rid of It fori forty years and which shows that an Intolerant .politician may not always be a tolerable patriot, or Kentucky would not have been throttled la the way she has been. d e DON'T FAIL TO VOTCj FOK THE TAX AMENDMENT