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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 27, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911042701_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.): April 27, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year in Advance We arc here to help Clay City theSnrroonJing Country and Ourselves. 1. E. IJurnhcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KT., THURSDAY, ject, "The Philosophy of Huppi-- , ness," will be delivered by the APRIL 27. I9H. NO. )7 Th" Court of Appeal' has decided that whiskey storage accounts are subject to a Sfaro tax. As a result distilleries will pav taxes aggregating fo0O,0'io for the last live years and will hereafter 'be compelled to pav nn annual tac of about 100.(l()O.OM. Mrs. Williams is running .i special price on shoes in order l make a change in that line of business. There is .i splendid opportunity to get a good quality of staple goods at low prices. See change in hfr advertisement this week. COMHENCEMENT and lecturer of distinguished There will be great times in note throughout many portions Stanton during the week of May of the country, and a rare treat 14. That will be commencement is in store for those who hear All these exercises will be held in the College Chapel, and they will bo free to the public, with the exception of the Gold Medal Contest on Monday night. A small fee will be charged for this, in order to secure a fund to meet the expenses of the week's pro gram of entertainments. Stanton College extends a very hearty and cordial invitation to all friends and the public in general which will be held on Monday to attend these exercises. night at 7 o'clock. Eight young ladies and young men have enHons are lower now than they tered for this contest and will have been for some time. About entertain the audience with dec one year ago hogs took a tumble tarnations. Judges, who came as they have done this year but from a distance, will be present in a few weeks went back up to pick the best performer. A and icmained high all the handsome gold medal will be pre- year. 1'urm.eis are hoping they sented to the contestant winning will do the same thing again this the decision of the judges. year. Hoth cattle ami sheep are May Day exercises will bo held .also looking downward. This on Tuesday afternoon, and in the makes it a little blue for stock evening a Musical Eecital. If men who havo had a long season the weather is pleasant a May of prosperity. Pole Drill will be executed on The bonding Company surety in At Stanton College, During the Week Rev. J. Knox Montgomery, D. D., President of Muskingum Colof May 14 Sermon to Seniors (fold Medal Contest May Dnny lege, of New Concord, Ohio. Dr. Exercises riuslcal Recital Com. Montgomery is a platform orator mencement Address. time at the College. A perfect feast of good things is being pre pared, and a big crowd of the friends of the college is expected to attend. On Sabbath morning, at J o' clock, President Hanley will' preach the Baccalaureate sermon to the graduating class. One of exciting features of the occasion and one tlntt is attracting a great deal of attention is the contest, him. fofiW.iiiBoenrJt.'exShenir connection with the May Day exorcises. The graduating clase will have their turn on Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. Four young people will deliver orations and receive diplomas. The members of the graduating class are, Misses Betsey Bowcn, Isa Chester, Lilly Utah Knox and Mr. Chester Spurlock. Following these formances, a lecture on the persub- - Boysj Hurry Up. If the boys of Powell county THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS do not respond in greater num ber in the next few days the Tuberculoid and Orphanage. Boys' Corn Club in this county is a failure .and the premium By M188 ETHEL. VAN will be lost. If you, boys who desire to enter the contest fo In Troy 32 per cent of (he children tin' orphanage Inst their prizes mean to grow the corn you parents by tuberculosis, and they must hand in your name and be were exposed to It from the craenrolled in the!club. If you mean dle. In Albany 42 per cent of the children In our orphanage business sendiyour name to thi show a predisposition to the disoffice or F. Ti. "Blackburn at Stan ease. These children not only ton ajid go to work you have not have to start life dependents, but are likely to fall down in a day to Iose,jbut must give us 8tniRgle to be self supporting. your name at," once 60 ine seeci Here Is dependency caused not corn may be gotten for you, and by the spirit of pauperism; here are human lives made Ineffective that it may beknown who forms simply by the direct and deadly the Powell County Boys' Corn work of the tubercle bacilli. Club. At least 50 boys must en ter the Club ,o it is no go, and Christian Endeavor. so far only ltWiames have been entered. ItkWill be a shame if Program for the Christian Enthe boys let thjj opportunity pass deavor Society meeting Sunday to gain somevmoney any acquire evening April .'JO. Topic "A Missionary .Journey a hit ot lionoyjnd notoriety Around the World." Leader Mrs. W. T. Wood. Grubbs Si Benton, that hust Bible Lesson (Isa. CO :J J2) ling Winchester firm that cannot. Prayer. do without ah ad. space in the Song by Societv. Times is attracting a greet dea "Missionmy work in the Philof the tragel'that will go that ippines" Mrs. Martin. way. They are in every way de "Christianitv in the Philip serving, purhundreds of Clark pines" Mrs. Bettie Eaton. county readers should patronize Song by Society. them, and yhen Powell county "The first workers" E 1 a people find it'Jinperativeto go to Roberts. "Varieties of work" Mr3. A. get , what they Winchester, want, don't fail to call on Grubbs M. Burgher. Song by Society. & rJantonjuna.Jet them save you 111 tli.-Ir hr jStanton College! Offers unexcelled advantages to i the young people and surrounding education. of Powell coun- - tics to secure an TeachersCompetent. Inftruclion-Thorou- gh. Coutses-Compl- 1 ete. Expenses-Modera- te. ---- Just Received a nice line ' Observation ' ' G e o r e e paring for County and State ExIn Powell, as in all other coun with the county amounting to ties of the 3rd Railroad district, Fletcher. something over $0,500, and Counamination. Song by Society. ty Treasurer E. H. Fuller is pay- mass Republican conventions For information; wrile to Roll Call. ing it out on old claims. As a will bo held Saturday afternon to Benediction. REV. J. C. HANLEY. consequence many claim holders name and instruct delegates to the general convention at Paris, are wearing broad smiles. Read the a Ivertisements in t ho President. May ttrd. We have but one de Times and patronize our adver J. (a. Jackson, of Harrodsburg, sire about the race, and that is tisers. came up toduy to spend a few that H. G. Garrett will get the days with his parents, nomination, and we believe he Mrs W. L. Jackson, of Vaughn's will. m Mill, and try his luck lishing. Stanton College is one of the best schools in. eastern Kent uckv It has been very prosperous the past year and we hope to see it more prosperous in the future. Don't think of sending your boys or girls away from home to school, and don't think of not sending them to the Stanton ColWe carry a full line of General Merchandise and uh lege this fall if thoyare ready for m the Collegiate course are, selling the goods to i.ur large trade of g 4 Mr.-and has settled that officer's shortage UlUUUVi ... -- - Ada Johnson. "Remarkable conversions" Special attention given in pre- 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, n Waltersville, Ky. SPOUT SPRING. Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting1 of the Pi and they tell us they are Geo. S. Ware went to Winchester Monday on business. Lloyd Todd visited his mother, Mrs. Naunio Mcliinney, near Winchester Suuday. "W.J. Christopher, Jr., of View, was here last week ou Pi-lot Saving Money. If you are not one of our many pleased customers already come round mine dy and give our place a You cau do the same thing. look through and let us price you some of our business. The Republican members of cougress have elected Alaun ol s Chicago, to load the hosts of against Champ Clark. Mr. Mann proceeded to get very hot. when, the Democrats increased their membership on the imporcher-okee- Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You goods.Thoy willopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. ing the Republican membership. Ine tact is the Republicans when they were running hi gs, often refused to admit the Democrats to committee meetiugs, saying that they were alone responsible, and it was none of their business wmt was done. Now Mr, Republicans wenre only giving you so me of your own brand of I tant committees, without increas- Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live In Cluy City or near our store we will "deliver ibegoodnM medicine. t ' Senntor, Mr. Paynter hasprobab. ly done the sumo, iud we doubt if there arc ti dozen men in nil elective oflice ut. Washington that PUBLISHED KVBlir TlIUllSUAV. did not buy votes to got. there, mon-oSubscription" ratee 81 a year or three by this wo mean furnish the for others to buy thtm if they years in advauue S'2. : did not buy them theirselvcs. It J. E. Uurghcr, Publisher. is an open secret that, practicaluso money to s Entert'd as mail matter. ly all candidates persuade men to vote for them. Thursday, - - - - April 27, 1911. Tin's Lorinier case is disgusting to THE TIMES. second-cliis- CLUB RATES. For the convenience of scribers, we have arranged with the following papers below mentioned: The Times and . 4 Courier-Journal The political races in both parties seem to be hinging to a great uxtent on the question of local option. This indeed is the most vital question before the people today and the Times is- uncompromisingly in favor of extending dry territory by whatever men ns possible, by the county, state, or nation. We hope to see both state political platforms have this question indorsed this us. Of course lie should not. bo fall, and then hope to see the alfowed to hold his ollice as most men elected stand by the issue our sub- of the other boys should not be squarely when the time comes club rates allowed to do,' and wo now say : for action. at prices "He that is not guilty of the Jim McCreary Will be the next same cast the first stone." If y - Slue Sale. Huving decided to make a change in our line of Shoes f'A wo have inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our shoes aro sold out and Until thjs is done we1 .ire offering our full line 'of Shoes at Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald 90 Vt We thought the boys of Powell Home and Farm 75 1.00 county were more enterprising Inland Farmer American Fannpr 90 'than what they so far approviSouthern Agriculturist 7o ng to be. The State is taking a great interest, in them and is tryWe are nutlmrilcil to announce ing to form a Boys Corn Club in H. this as in all other counties, and of Clark county, ns a candidate for Railroad ComniisHioner for them to now be so reticent it iu this the Third Kentucky District, is a shame. We have been pin- niihjcct to the action of the Republiaing hopes in the young bojs' can party. but it now seems that our hopes OHie James is losing ground have a poor foundation. We have every day because of his bitter not given up the boys, for we beattacks on his opponent, T. H. lieve they will yet respond Paynter, the incumbent. Mr. though it be at the eleventh hour. Paynter is a good man, has serv-e- It has been too cool to grow corn, his people and his party well. and now that the sun is shining He inay have made a mistake in and wanning up the earth we have hopes that the boys will alvoting for Lorimer to be retained, so warm up in interest and fmm not so much because he was that club and grow corn to disby bribery ns because the count that grown by bos in any interests furnished the money. of the surrounding counties. The'editor of the Times is satis Bryan and Hearst have now tied that. Mr. James litis sought his election to Congress with the buried their differences, and will aid of the same material as was work together henceforth, for used to elect the United States Democratic supremacy. d they will adhere strictly to this 1.00 rule the matter is settled. 1.10 Democratic nominee for Governor of Kentucky and will, we believe, be the next Governor of Kentucky. He is a sober, temperate, law abiding and able man, and. as chief executive of the State will favor all laws tliat. will promote such traits in our citizenship. He has been tried in office and the people know what ho will do. His official record is a better platform than any man in the other party can write, to say nothing about what they can live up to. The sun has worked wonders on our roads this week but the sun cannot give to roads the Greatly deduced Prices Come in and investigate our line and . get suited in a good service- - able shoe for yourself or anyone of the family and at the sumo time Save Money on every pi r 1 ass you make. This sale will last until our entire unbroken, and get pitk stock is sold. and choice. Come while the stock is proper grade. After each rain this season of the year is the best time to use the split road drag, and by this means roads can be put in finest condition possible for dirt roads. at. . Mrs. J. W. Williams. USE HOPE Yes, Washihgton'Warms with Democrats, but let us not forget that they are of American $ MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, Itread and pies the woman is who has made them frnnjlIorE Mills' flour. Success in brjad or cako baking is always siire to follow when you use this high grade an.d satisfactory tlour, sold everywhere. Small Accounts. Received? WHY, OF COURSE! courteous attention at this Bank. Mfg'd by J. ANDEEW CAIN, Versailles,. Ky. They are the backbone of any Bank's business, and the small depositor can count on careful, " Clay City National Bank. Not Simply a Car but Car Service In the MARATHON you got all thin. uni qod i accept uur mcro biaivuivui. ftenSmber. when you buy. that the aboo. we oou convince you of iu troth, lute limit of dollar tor dollar "turn u w h which describes, in B reached in cara selling under fJ,000. When d til, n wcalth oftnauical ceien. o. you pay more, your returns are not In pro- - flnkn'anddependableuUlltythatcuarueter. portion to your Investment. u"eaiAilAiiiU When you buy, buy not airaply a car- .but car service, liny correct design, accur- - And lt'a yours for the asking, ate construction and good materials, liny Won't you, ask for It t sound motor car value. MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car. Fore Door Touring ! Now it the time of year when you'are be. pinning to think of the car you intend Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-We- ar rAI ims Car.' Standard Touring Car and Koadater. and Torpedo Koadater. Prices) Irons S1.000 lo 91.700. T.'r.T MATAD XKTtVDVC rtfncbiilllo Tunn Paint" j i Formula.' on Every Package Does This Mean Anything to You? t .I. FRUIT and SHADE TREES. 6TUAWI1KRRY PLANTS. SEEDS DC Afparaus, ' is Blackberries, Roses, Win-barb, Rulmt. afetotaU ! J rl.llaiitlAsI HaJUk.lTnrltlMlLttl I R: CHECUL OFFAtrlslwUl iv. MT3 MF0SSWCW.D I j It expresses the Baker's faith in tke product tke principal cost ia painting. Tke aaterial should be tke best, jUta ' Raspberries, etc. uaui Write to-l- yt ku.. i hnt v&rla. Me atIon this Paper. ' YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR SALE V Write f6r free catalogue, We have no agents, f. F. Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. Hiliennwyer Sons, KY. SEND lU CtNT BUa.kK.1 NMwa ran umi Kk llxkatt iuUUm nftnds rUoU. .W. gi LEXINGTON, - -- iTzaiwcttcaiwm i t aim brightening every day and, that Tho L. & E. will have n new (probably time tnhel to take cfToct Sunday i preat Democrat Woodrow Wilson) will bo chosen April 80th which will be of great convenience to travel to LouisAN ALL HOME-MADPAPER. president next year, is a growing ville and Cincinnati. Tho west conviction. bound morning train will conLOCAL BREVITIES. Kicked by a Mad Horse. nect at Lexington so passengers Samuel Birch, of Iieetown, Wis., THURSDAY, .... April 27, 1011. had a most narrow escape from los- can go straight through from here to Louisville. Tho after . Good seed corn is said to bo ing his leg, as no doctpr could heal noon train will make connections tha frightful pnre th.it drvclop.-- d tor Uincmnuti, s ' : 'H'ei'pors rr f,$jrerv scarce rliis year. but at lutt ItuuKien'tt Arnica ftuive leave hero in the afternoon and A number of our people at- cured it cotuplotely. Its the great- go to Cincinnati that night. tended court at Winchester Mon- est healer of ulcers, burns, boils, day. eczema, scalds, cuts, corns, Danger In Eating Fish. bruises and piles on earth. American and E ropeau scien "Wm. Evans was here last week Try it. 2oc at Swann-DaLumber tists now agree that leprosy in and bought several hogs at 5 and Co.'b store. the old country and cancer i:: 5i cents this country is due in most cases Jas. G. Easter has several old to eating too milch fish. Mrs. Oarl Garrett and Miss Le- If this otm Garrett visited Winchester papers of the Philadelphia Re- be the case, the editor of' the corder published back" in the Times is Monday. immune from these two year 1802. The paper is very introubles, as, while we live close Dr. Martin reports the birth of teresting to read and proves .con- to tlie finny tribe we can neither a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Green clusively that bright minds lived catch nor buy them. Now for Clemons April 20th. in that, day as well as in modern fear you take cancer be eating ' several heavy tjmes. We have had so many fish when you catch a frost the past week and cpol big lot just remember the editor Saved His Mother's Life. weather the most of the time.' "Four doctors had given mo up," who seldom gets to devour one Mr. Dillard Potts and Miss writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avo-ca- , and bring him your snrplus. He Ernia .Walters were married La., 'and my children and all is free from injury in what might 0th, 1011 at Cincinnati Ohio. my friend were looking for me to result fatal for von. E THE TIMES. ino uemocrntic horizon is New Time Table. Womeris Secrets Thore Is ono man In tlio Uuitcd Statei who hoU perhiips limrd more women's secrets than any other man or woman In the country. These secrets are not secrets ofi'nilt nr thnm. ! the secrets of suffering, and they have hecn confided to Dr. 2!5y It. V. Pierce In the liopo and expectation ol advice end help. ihnt tew ot thee women have liecn disappointed in their expectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eigper cent, of all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured. Such n record would bo remarkable if the cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when that record applies to the treatment ol more than half-a- n women, in a practice of over 40 vrnra. !r '. nlininni..i and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, h the first of specialists in tho trretment of women's t1ieM. lir.ry sick voevn may pn.,..iir j)r. icrc by Stttf-r- , r!.iM,j,j yi'cu charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes', without any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prest.. iluUalo, N, x . jr. ht mil-lio- cold-sore- s, y M3co . DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION va o.1jc Womoxx Strong, Siols. Women Well. f0 V Buy to iy ) rarm lmDlements. Plows, Harrows, and T to 1 3 A-pr- il 5 die, when niv eon insisted that I Mrs. J W. WilPams has receivuse Electric Bitters. I did so, and ed a nice lino of Ladies Skirts and they have done me a world of good. is selling them at prices that will I will always praise them." Elec-tr,i- q make them go fast. Hitters, is a priceless hlessing to r Mr. Prentiss the gentleman women troubled with fainting and from Versailles, who pells, the dizzy spells, Kickaclie, headache-- , ew Discovery, he began to use it. Monday. gain new health, strength and vig "I believe it saved my life," he New millinery just arrived at or. They're guaranteed to satisfy writes, "for it made a new man of or money refunded. Only 50c at me, so that I can now do good work Mrs. J. W. Williams and at pleasSwann-Da- y Lumber Co 's store. For all lung diseasepf hgain." ing prices. Cull and pick your coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, " Eggs for Sale. choice. croup, whooping cough, hay fever, Eggs'of pure bred poultry. Gardening has occupied corisid- Barred Plymouth itocks, 50c per hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, erable attention this week owing setting of 15 its the best known 'remedy. Price eees. 'ito the beautiful weather prevail50c add' Si.OOTTrial bottle free. Brown Legiiorns,"75c per setting ing, and farmers haveTBeen un- of 15 eggs. Lumber Ctimianteed by Swann-Du- y usually busy finishing oat sowing Co. s store. White Leghorns, best flour that comes to this mar weakness, debility, constipation or, ket, was calling on our merchants kidney disorders. Use them and Midnight in the Ozarks. and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of Clay City, III, couched and coughed. He was in the mountains onvthe advice of five doctors, who smd he had consumption, but found no help in the climate, and started Lhome. m Cultivators FRO- M- V ft) Hearing of Dr. King's Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Wiftcheiler, and preparing for corn. lnr siting, i 10 eggs. Mrs. Nettie Weluh, Clav.C,jty. Ky. Morgan McKiunoy bought nine- . .lo, received a nice shipment of elegant to. . . U.Irl7iim.kMICkWt , . .11 lUrk.t L.MU. laco cur.tains tjmt will phjaso her. StatkofOhio, Cityop Toledo 10. SH, iMaTuiU.lCWlMrk,.r8M4a . . It. Lucas Count v. liidy customers. Ask to see them 00 ftand WriU lofUjI Sand cute hi Ji.lp p., pLf. mni ncir. Frunk J. Cheney makes outh that putlnfwith our N.w th. than "r.ruxu Collation- .when yon are at this Btore. .ml Inrtmcttr. G.rd.n Quid. UREAT NOUIUERN SKKU CO. he is senior partner of the firm of 1363 ltoee 8U Bookfurd. IlllnoU In tho recent Adams ounty, F. J. Cheney d: Co doing business Ohio vote selling scandal in, jn the Cfty 'of Toledo, County and J5JSW11 which several luuidrd. men ' in 3tuif I'TniKBuji uiul 'that said firm S all walks of life.un sttuiiiCstaud. will 'pay the sum of ONE HUNOAPXTAI. STOOtC. $100,000 iug were iiidicted nbtatpneof Hie DRED DOLLARS for each and y BUAPLUS AND UNexposed was nil' Oifd Follow. DIVIDED PROFITS, 100.000 ., cave of Catarrh that cannot be But how this does speak for this curod by the use of Hull's Catarrh " order. Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. u Tun Sworn 'to before me and subxerib-e- P WANTED Salesman and 'A 'A in my presence, this 0th day of on salary and couimihsion to " OV WlNOHSTHll, Ky. A D. 1880. bu'l Sewing Maihines and collect December, AGLEASON, N. IIOt,I,Y WlTHBUSIKJON, PlJKH. jj on accounts. Party must furnish (Ska,.) Notauy Puiilick W. li. SI'IIAII, Oasuiuh. U horse and wagom Call on or write Hull Catarrh Cure if taken into Singer Sewing Machine Co., Internally, und acts directly on the corporated, Winchester, Ky, YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED U blood und mucfus, surfaces of the Mrs. La lira Tupp.died 4at her. system. Send for testimonials free, a ixsti. va .va'att iA ' u& yg, :As, .va.y homo near Winchester Wednes.F. J. aiuuey & Co., Toledo, O. rTTTTTT?T day, April 10th, of pneumonia, Sold by Druggists, price 75c. aged ubofit thirty yjiurs: Sho Take Hull's Family Pills for leaves a husbaud u'ud leyural chil dren. Mrs. Tapp was formerly. Watchmaker Furnr for Sale. Miss Curtis, a daughter of Thus. !j Jeweler. 500 acres, 4 miles north of Stan Curtis, of this county and a si- 4 room house, 10' uoro tolracco ton, tertoS. u. Uttrtis, ot near the burn, 100 acres in cultivation balcity. ance in good timber, estimated to Never Uut ot Work. nut 1,000,000 feet, 100,000 feet of All Kinds of Yatch and Clock The busiest little things, evor made which is yellow poplar. One of Repairing on hort Notice ued mm, Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Ev- - the best corn utid tobacco farms in RoaibMbl Ternu. SAT1SPAC- TION! OUARANTCgD. Ue of gobulo 0 Powell county. Thisis good lime- cry pill is liealth, that oliunVd weaku'eds into toun land and R miles south 1 teen anrcH of hiihlv imnrovHil Jand adjoining his dark county farm Monday for $7,250. Mr. McKinney will probably move to this place in the future. Mrs. J. W. WilliUa 'has just O&SEEDS fWW!EaHr8)rK, utrinteed to Pleat Everr GArdener and PUntersliould tcit the ODerlor merit, of Our NorthornOrownfceedi. we will send Men can'not talk aud net like Gov, Jft(ilrow Jersey without running very grave risk of, haying the people trust the Presidency on,, them. Wilsouf :ew mm mg aiiu u urn m upi vt-- t vfc m n yi A Q it tw lun.k rrluT..u 1;;.J'MJic.i.rT ' rAMnns FOR 10 CENTS postpaid our . spccul errcR mi . ltTf-f'lkrte- a ... i rT-ir- n. Goods. We invite you to call and see our line fl 10 , i of Spring and Summer goods. Wa can in te ev-er- terest raer appreciate chandise at the lowest possible prices. 7ou who up-to-da- Col-lt-ct- d Winchester Bank. We have nil the new things in Dress Goods, Neckwear, it - etc., & etc., for women and iui6ges. low-cut- s, Wo are sole agents for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, and havo all the both in oxfords und pumps. hew Btyles in Wo also have u lino of millinery. This season our hats Cin-nat- i, will all be trimmed by one of the besttnillinor firms in and of course will be right up to the minute. ,Wc would like to show you men and boys our lines of clothing, hats, shoos, neck wear, shirte and etc., before sure that wo can suit you, ul6o that you will see thut we will 6ave 3ou money. shoes for men. and boys, and We handle "Walk-Ove- r" have all the new things in low cuts. buyinu elsewhere,, for we feel u. j.p.rtAOPPiN, ! t f I bUar-uoute- biuijf-to- Into "iputal ptivver; ' i. off p We also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Itugs, Wtll Paper, Cook Stoves, Hoofing, In fact think can supply your every want. and ete. - , . uur-hriij- it n inrKiWtlvtrtnrVVesCl4B Swuuri'D.iy 'Lumbar Co? "iloitu " 6oldut unuu. Anyone wish $ Call and ee me' In tho Red Rlyer Hotel BuUdtH, k to hiiy plyiOyt.K. H, Mosh, - KUMUCKV. Ate. Sterlluif, Ky.lX COAV C1T.V, IMintio itnuA R ft, 0. If t ts Commissioner's Sale. WASHINGTON NOTES. (nv CLYDK II. TAVENNER.) Powell Circuit Court. On tlie ilny the present Con (,. V. Ljlo's Ailnir. l'lnintllTr) cress was culled to order the writversus er happened to he sealed beside 0. V LyleV heir Dufciiilniilg. II. B. Martin, secretary of the Notice of Side. league. American Anti-Trul'ursuaiit to judRinont nnd order of Rale of the Towcll Circuit Court enterJust after Speaker Chntnp Clark ed in the above styled cause, 1 will on hud concluded his o- Thursday the 15th dny of June, 1011, pening address, Mr. Martin turn between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. ed toward me and suid! und 4 o'clock p. in. ut the old G. W. "There is a deeper meaning, to Lylu residence on llurdwick's creek, noiir Vaughn's Mill, mil nt public auc this occasion tlnui most of Jjie tion to the highest and best bidbcr the spectators are aware. I am not old home, farm of said O. W. Lyle, Sr., speaking from n purtisan viewadjoining the lands of 1. T: Sams' heirs point. What I allude to is that Bud Bush, D. K. Daniel, Jeff Wright und C. C. Daniel, Jr., and containing this is the llrst time iu forty about ISO acres. This sale will be made years the first time since the on n credit of six. twelve and eighteen trust problem has beeu acute iu months, the purchaser being required this country, that there is a real, st now-faino- to execute bond with approved securi- versus John Campbell, Defendant. Notice of sale in equity. By virtue of a judgment and order of salo of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the Morch term 1011, Commissioner's thereof, in the above cause, the undersigned will on tlie 1st day of May, 1011. af 1 o'clock I. M.. or therenbout. One of the next steps in the Poicell Circuit Court. (being Court Day)j8l as Commissioner proceea to oner tor sale at I'uulic Democratic program will be to Clarence French 3tc. Plaintiffs Auction to the highest bidder, on a reduce the heay-t- iversus on woolen Etta May Yocum &c. Defendant. credit of six months, at the Court goods. If this canbe accomplishNotice of salo in equity. House door, Stanton, Ky., tlie propBy virtue of a judgment and order of erty mentioned in the judgment, ed as planned by the Democrats, salo of the Powell Circuit Court, renthe western senator who has been dered at the November Term, 1910, Situated on the waters of Red river called the greatest-shepersince thereof, in the above cause the underbe somewhat signed will on the 1st day of May, and in Powell county, Ky., bounded as Abraham may 1UI1, at 1 o'clock P. M., or thereabout, follows: beginning at tlie mouth of the (being Court Day). 1 will as Commis- Dawson branch on the north bank of wrathy, but ninety millions of sioner, proceed to offer for sale at Pub- lted river corner to Alvin Fortner; Americans will vear more elelic Auction to the highest bidder, on a gant and more comfortable atcredit six months, at the Court House thrnce northward with eastern sido of branch to the public road leading down tire. dour, Stanton Ky., the property men: tioned in the judgment, it said river corner to A. Forkncr; thence Situated on the waters of Hateher's with the center of said road westward The people, after a long and cyeek in Powell county, Ky., and to the corner of tlio land known as the stubborn fight with special privknown as the widow's dowery in the Edward Uose land now occupied by.l. division of the lands of John French, L. Little ; thencu with said Little line ilege, have restored popular govdeceuscd and beginning at station No. soutiiwtird about 450 yards to a double ernment in the House ("Repre70 on point of cliff corner to Hurst sycamore; thence eastward with said sentatives, the lower branch of white oak and ush pointers; thence S. ..ittle's line to the river at two water Congress. The .fifrht must not 12. 142.60 P. to a stone, dogwood, burcees on the river; thence up the stop until the people are equally three pinus. three white oaks and hick- river witli its meanders to the begin- well represented in the United ory pointers ; thence S. 81 E. 200.00 P. ning containing about 15 acres more States Senate and the executive to a stone, four dogwoods, marked as or less, also, another tract of hill land mansion. pointers, corner to lot No. 3 and station situated just above the public road No. 12 in survey ; thence N. 54.5 E. leading down lted river and bounded ,52.80 P. to dogwood and hickory point-er- a as follows: Beginning at n stake near N. 21 W. 34.C0 P. stob, ash and white oak marked as a corner to tlie hickory pointers; thencu N. W. 11.14 Hose tract on thecast of the Dawson P. to point on rock, tish pointers ; thence branch, the left fork of iuine; thence 21 E. 10.88 P. lo black corner to Hard-wic- k on the eastern side of said fork to a to take Cardul, for your female ; thence 28.25 W. 20.00 to a stob degwocd Just above the falls in said troubles, becausawo are sure It between two black ouks marked as branch corner to the lands of C. V. will help you. Remember that pointers; thence N. 3o.7 W. 17.12 stob, Forkner heirs ; thence with the line of this great (emalo remedy s nod black oak pointers; said farm u western courso to the three hickory iltenco 2U.0 W. 12.20 P. to a dob, two lauds of tlui original line of the Jonas chestnut oiik pointers, N. 27.25 W 22.00 Forkner farm now owned by J. L. kitP.jto a stob, white onk, hickory and tle ; thencu southward to a stake on a black walnut pointers; thence 10.75 E. knob above the county road comer to 17.40 P. to a sugar tree or in miller said Little; thence with Littlu line to has brought relief to thousands of iUgarcatnp hollow; thence N. 16.25 W. the original Jonas Forkner line to a other sick women, so why not to 238 stob. near hickory pointers; thence black oak corner to the Jonas Forkner you? For headache, backache, N. 14.25 W. 10.18 P. to a Mob, 8 links farm and the Edward liose (arm; periodical pa'.ns, female weakfrom white oak and 12 links from ash thence miming south with the county ness, many have said It Is "the o:i east side of both, thence S. 82.50 W. roiid near the Edward Hone house, and best medicine tq take." Try It! 208.5S stob, top of cliff two ash pointers with road 20 feet ; thence turnlngnorth Sold in This City reaches first cliff near cedar stump at to a slake 20 feet front the black onk 1 0158 1'. to the beginning containing hove mentioned : thence an eastern 332 a "res, 2 roods and 2(1 poles esrcldi'-lu- g course to the beginning, containing from said lotiiiilir U) uurcs off tlie IS acres more or less, or sufficient nortlivr'n side same width at each end, thereof to produce $'70.00, so ordered or sufficient thereof to pralucu $ , 1o bu made. ho ordered to be made. Tim purchaser will I hi required to The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, foi give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to the payment of the purchase monoy, have the force und effect of a licplcvin to have the force and effect of a proujpuToWtlMdtuair Bond, bearint; legal interest llond. bearing legal interest from the Uicrod. s,4 Sketch. or Fhotf il;i of sale, ucroi-iliufrom the day of sale, according to law. to law. f MS MNfT on MUateMUtir. PUaot in iauiTr. IsVMM HfinMCI. book Bidders will bo prepared to comply I!lildi'r. will be prepared to comply Bands emu suae tat IsraJeabU A lien will ho rewith these terms. Alien will be. re-t- .t with these terms. ucd on the laud sold till all the pur-e- i tained on the laud sold till all the purchase money is pa'd. .io iu ue, is I'.'iid.'it Bond payable to Commissioner. lit. nd a.wiblu to Commissioner. HOMULUS JACKSON, .MULUS J.UJkSON. .. Cii ult fVurt. Master Com'r Powell C. 0. i.i Mi ty and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. At the siime time and place I will sell that tract of land known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of llackcoon branch adjoining the hind of Marion Curtis and about 20 acres ; and at the same time und place I will sell a tract at the foot of the Estill Furnace mountain on Hardwick's creek adjoining the lands of Wuon heirs and Noah ltusscll and containing about '30 acrees ; and the same time and place I will hell a certain house and lot in Clay City known as lot No. 27 nnd 28, in block Mo. Gl and now occupied by William Lyle. These last named tracts will be sold on a credit of ix months, purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security bearing interest from late and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. Any one desiring to inspect the property will call on or communicate withL. C. Lyle, Vaughns Mill. Ky.. or M. It. Lyle, Stanton, Ky. Witness my hand this 11th day of April. 1911. K0MULUS JACKSON. Master Com'r. con-tinni- ng out-and-o- ut anti-tru- st majority in the House of Representa measure and the farmers' free list bill is evidence that the House is no longer controlled by the tarill" trusts. The fact that wire fencing and other steel manufactures are placed on the free list, and that a sweeping investigation of the steel trust will soon be begun un der the Stanley resolution is pos itive assurance that the steel ba rons are no longer able to dictate what, bills shall die in committee and what bills shall be enacted into law. It is evident fileo that the implement combine has lost its girp on the House, because agricultural implements, including plows, harrows, reap'ersj binders and mowers, appear oh the farmers' t free list. Until this session of. Congress the lumber trust! 'steel trust, im plement trust and beef trust have had easy sailing. They have had but to contribute generously to Republican campaign funds, receiving in turn 'at the hands of the Republicans sufficient pro- tectoin to give them monopolies on American markets and to enable them to collect from consumers iu excessive prices not only the amount of their campaign contributions, but handsome profits in addition thereto. Men will alwayB.pay thousands to politicians or to party funds in the hope of getting back millions. Tariff for revenue not otw ly tends to prevent monopolies and the consequent artificial prices, but'euts ofF a'leading cause of political dishonesty and corruption. J $5.00 Recipe Cures. Sick People-FRE- E Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE. I will send a copy of this wonderful new preemption, free of charge, .in a plain ordinury sealed envclo, e to any one who will write tne for it. Just send tne your name nnd address at once and you will receive the recipe by return mail, charges paid. I will also send you free of charge my book, "How to Get YVell" f"" your guidance. I think It is my duty to help suffering humauity to this extent, and hope you will be one of the thousand who are being cured dally- - by thin wonderful discovery. Sit down todav and write me, as von muv not see this olfej again. I know my treatment is a safe and sure cure fur Rheumatism, Diabetes, Dropsy, Neuralgia, .Diarrhoea, Constipation. Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Heart Disease, Imptpe Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all Uric Acid Diseases. b'r. D. J. WALSH, Boston, Mass. Box 2091 . " tives." Mr. Martin was well qualified to give an estimate of the body of men before liini. For fourteen years he had labored among the old members of Congress, and well knew how each of them stood on the trust question. Then he had closely examined the records of the new members, and had ascertained their attitude on Woman's Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from frmn 1p ailments. Some women suffer more aniit.pl v nnrl more constantly than others. Bnt wlifitlipr van hnvo I little pain or whether you suffer intensely, you taue wine or uaraui and Ret relief. is a safe, natural medicine, for women, Isnouiu scientifically from harmless in gredients. It acts easily on the female organs and gives strengin ana tone to tne wnole system. vRP-pfnhl- trusts. The fact that a majority of the members of the new House stand for tlie pas'-.- ge of the reciprocity Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. 1 Hattie Campbell, Plaintiff, CARDUI ' Sale. The Woman's Tonic AT ALL DRUG STORES was taken with female "inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do I'my housework. Since then mytrouble has never returned." Try it. I Mrs. Verna Wallace, of Sancer. Tex Jtried Cardui. She writes : "Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last BDrinc I to-wi- t:' d SlJfWRY East-Boun- OF L. & E. TIflE TflELE. Effective April 30, 1911. West-Bonnd. NoT'ir Daily. P. M. 1:1" 1:57 to-w- . No. 4, Daily. A. M. No. 1, Stations. Daily Ex. Sun. A. M. No. 3, Pally- P. M. No. 6, Sunday Only. A. M. 10:30 9:50 9:40 9:25 9:08 0:00 8:54 8:48 8:32 8:30 8:15 7 :54 7:20 8:0!i Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. 8:45 8:02 3:10 '2:24 2:38 2:40 2:51 2:57 3:10 3:15 3:35 3 :58 '8:10 8:32 8:50 Junction, 7:50 7:35 7:15 7:00 li !:u( 9:05 9:12 9:30 9:43 9:2i 10 :05 Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Campton Jnnotton, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & K. ULaY CITY, Indian Fields, 5:35 4:53 4:37 4:23 4:05 7:00. 6:54 6:3(3 - 3:56 3:51 3:46 3:30 3:25 3:12 . 0:39 0:21 5 :58 2 :51 We Ask You 4:55 5:00 10:57 11:05 11:25 Junction, 5:05 Quieksand, Jackson, 5:00 1:57 1:50 1:25 7 :05 V:00 TCARDUI CONNECTIONS. 1 will make connec tion at Lexington with the L. fc. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection ' with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con- ueution with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Ruilwav for Cannel City, Ky. and O. & K. stations. CHAS. 8COTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. , . LEXINGTON: Train No. Baurbom Poultry Cure U reoognlzod as the standard poultry It Is tUe 00a remedy that can be dependaa oa with absolute oertalnty to cure and preieat. remedy of the world. IfaBfteraeca-- , Marrftoea and all ezlmlng forms of poultry A few drops la tho drinking water keeps fowls nealtny and freo fmm dispose. A Cuo batilu unites 13 Bullous ol mtdlciuo. If'or UK) treatment o Ukekhcad and other diseases in turkoys SAVE YOUR FOWLS Gapes, Cholera. Roup, I J a-- Bourbon Poultry Cure snd hsvs bssn tsldsaAklrmi ioissstlr tliy BouifaoaFoultrrC it ma oats tviiiKtory rcmouy I hv evef tuod loi Casters sod Uaptt.' Mm. in HAS NO EQUAL- Mr F.P. Cliy,Psili,Ky..tyi"Lutycu W.W.Msm HoakIsnilU.Kv..taTil "I yi ly (jivins It s I ralml bundrtat ol chickens be liora K'pct them Hon i bin Poultry Cmr, I lind tun curs lor Castas and Umbtmcck," ""oT1 urhn FUmdy Lbr.Co., Clay City. Co., teraKv.u.8.A , B.SWtfTJtCi; Sal SoMky Swtnn-Da- y Hardwick & Co., Stanton. .