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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 4, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911050401_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.): May 4, 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. op a Year In Advanci. ' We are here to help Clay City. r VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KIT., THURSDAY. Boys, Try Your Best. The Times is anxious that 1l M SnrroanJiDir Coantry anJ Oorsclves. .1. B. Burqhcr. Publisher. r- - MAY 4. JOM. NO. 18. boys of Powell county make a Stanton College Commencement success of the Roys' Corn Club. Wo would like to see the Powell Sabbath, May 14, 11 a. m.: boys capture som State as well as county prizes. Start in now to Baccaliiiirpnto Sermon IJfV. .T.C. Han- Icy, President . grow only the largest crops, and Monday, flay, 15, 7:30 p. m.: when you become men never Gold Medal Declamation Contest. plow a field until you are sure it Tuesday, May 16, p. m.: will give you good returns on the May Day Exercises. Tuesday, May 16, 7:30 p. m.: labor invested. We publish the list of prizes ollcrcd in Vocal nndlnstrum'cntnl Musienl Kecit.il Wednesday, May 17, 7:30 p. m.: bo buried today. Besides her this county. Read them over, Commencement Exercises. husband Mrs. Rogers is survived and go to work determined to Piano Duet . . . .''Miss Knox and Mrs by four living children. win one or more of these prizes Bohnnnon Invocation and also endeavor to secure one Advantage of (iood Roads. Salutatory "Education and Civic It is to the great advantage of of the State premiums. Progres" mi Chester "."David Livingstone" Oration smaller cities und towns to have PowellCountyDepositBank Lilly Ulnh Knox for best 100 ears grown the farmers' patronage, remarks Ladies' Quartette from not less than one st Mr", liolmmion, the Florence Times. But if that Mrs. lltinley ore, Miss Welah $10.00 Mrs. Hnssell, is to be secured, one very necessary Oration "Kentucky" thing is to have the roads in good Jlardwiek k Co. for fewest Chester Hpurlock number of ears that will passable condition at all Persons of Valedictory. . . .""Culture and Service" make a bushel weighed Betsey Howen the year. Euriners have been Solo . '. Miss Welsh or measured, suit of known to avoid towns near at hand Presentation of Diplomas 10.00 clothes, but to which the approach is well Address "The Philosophy of Happiness" Hev. J. K. Montgomery , D. D., Presinigh impassable in wet weather, Cluy City Times for the dent of Muskingum College most prolific stalk of com und go miles further to bay and Benediction. any color, $5.00 in gold, sell in towns the toads to which and three years subscripThe Convention. are kept in good order. To let roads tion to the Times, 8.00 The Republican Third Railroad remain in bad condition because it and Lyle for best district convention now in sestakes money to improve them is Atkinson diary or record kept of sion at Paris has developed into exceedingly poor economy. the cultivation of onehnlf a very stormy session. Garrett, a'cro of corn from the The ward in which the who leads far in the number of breaking of the ground to Hotel at Winchester is instructed delegates failed by the gathering of the corn only a few votes to organize the located sought to have a local thereof, one suit 'of option election so that a saloon convention' iJuc it took the com7.50 bined forces to defeat him. The clothes, in this building could bo placed. The election was held Tuesday FredBlackburn for best sinoutlook now for either Garrett or gle ear, 5.00 Craig, the next strongest candiand resulted in defeat for the whiskey people by a majority of Robt. Blackburn for best 50 date, is gloomy, though Garrett 5.00 should win over all the other ears, over one hundred votes. Jesse Crowe for second best candidates, and he probably The constitutionality of the single ear any thing in would do so were it not for the commission form of Government my line of merchandise, 2.50 strong anti g. o. p. Bradley it is iu Kentucky was upheld in a de- W.T. Center for second best understood being for Garrett. HO oars, 1 pair shoes, cision of the Court of Appeals, 2.50 handed down at Frankfort. This George Stephens for best Judgo Ilardwick and .1. K. law applies only to cities of the 2.50 Burgher went to Frankfort Fri half bushel seed corn, second class, and Newport has day to appear before the State W. G. Frazior for best ten this new form of 2.50 Board of Equalization in an ef ears, fort to get tho tentative raise of 1 Died in the Asylum. Mrs. Stanley Rogers, wife of Ike Rogers, died iu the Lexing ton asylum Tuesday evening at 0 o'clock, aged 50 years. Mrs. Rogers became mentally unbalanced two weeks ago and was sent to the asylum for treatment. Mr. Rogers was sent for Monday on account of her serious condition and was at her side when the end came. The body was taken to Rock Springs yesterday and will tho PRO-- AM Notice to Stock Owners. Died at Winchester. I will be at home each Saturday James M. O'Rear, who until one year ogo lived at Stan- afternoon to practice my veternary ton, died at his home in Win- work, Anyone wishing my servie-c- s should bring their stock to me chester Tuesday. The remains A. Kasjer. were interred in his old home in at these times. Montgomery county. He is stir ut vived by his wife who was before her marriage a Miss Anderson. The State Union of Christian Kndcavorers Societies is now in session at Lexington. good hi Red I Fishing seems to be pretty river this Spring, and many there be ready to try their luck. J Notice to Taxpayers. Many persons have yet failed to coino forward and eettle their tax. now for past due. L'nless prompt settlement is now made I will have to levy and sell property to make the tax now due the county, statand school board. This May 4th, A. II. Norton, l!Ml. Tax Collector. - nere is a good deal more spring fever in Washington than war fever. Christian Endeavor. IfStanton Collegel Offers unexcelled advantages to Program for the Christian Endeavor Society meeting Sunday I? evening, May 7th. Topic ''Lessons from Great Lives." Leader Mrs. W. T. Wood. the young people of Powell and surrounding education. coun- O fl T ties to secure an B O o s & Organist Sallie Fletcher. :M-22- . Bible Lesson Ruth 1 Song by Society. 'The proper Study" Brother Teachers-Compete- nt. Brown-Proctor- ia Burgher. "What an Honor" Henry. Song by Society. 3 Inslruclion-Thorou- gh. Patrick CoursesComplete. "God is no respector of persons" Grace Shimfessel. "Love is Loyal, it never fails" Orate Johnson. Song bv Society. I Expenses Moderate. Special attention given in paring for County and State amination. preEx- "Are you winning the esteem and love of your associates" Mrs. Martin. For information; write to "Those who c.une to the King dom" Ueose Shimfessel. Roll Call. Boned o'ion. REV. J. C. HANLEY, President. 10 per cent, taken Miss W. oil". -- WALDRON 'JH & JOHNSON, Just Received a nice line of Ethel Tipton, daughtor of Tipton and Mr. Charlie J. Wells, will be married at Win chester May 10th.- Both parties formerly lived with their parents in this county. B. Dickson at the Red River Hotel Muy 10.11,12 und 1:5 tli for the practice of den Dr. C. will bo Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and H g nre selling tho goods to our largo trade Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the tistry. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS I p and they tell us they are 1 Saving Money. You can do the name thing. A Winning Fight. By DR. WILLIAM OSLEMl Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. This Is not a buttle of a year or a generation. The probabilities are Uiut It will take two or thrco generations at least before we have tho mortality from tuberculosis reduced to the rate, say, of that of typhoid fever lu well regulated countries. This will probably be a matter of two or threo generations. Whether tuberculosis will be Uuallly eradicated is an open question. It Is a foe that Is very deeply Intrenched in the human race, but when we think of what has been douo iu one generation, how the mortality has been reduced in boiuo localities 50 and oven 100 per cent, we at least feel that wo can continue the battle with hope, and so long as we are fighting with hope the victory is In sight. already one of If you art not our many pleased customers, come round 'tune day and give our place a look through und let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyoiireyestoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise ami if you 1IV( I .Jt in Cluy City or near our store we will "deliver the goods'' "V: THE TIMES. ruiiMsiiKK uvnuv Addams! Addams! So Say We AoentIemen! tiil'usuav. Subscription mien SI a years in advance .1- y.r or three S. niiiil mutter. - B. ISnrnlier, seeuml-elnr'- Publisher. Kutcri'd us s Thursday, May 4, 1011. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices low mentioned: The Timks and l)i v " " " " " " Courier-Journ$1.00 Cincinnati Knquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 In hind Fanner 1.00 Americiin Fanner !I0 Southern Agriculturist To al We are authurilt'il to annuuuci! JI. O. GAltllEfT, ( that if Scnjitor McCreary gets the (Jubernntorinl nomination, the chances ofjhis 'party's success will be in doubt? Is it not, the part of wisdomttherefore, for him to turn to some one who can bring the people toictory? William Addams, of Harrison county, is such a cn ndidato.&Fl ace your banner in his hands and bo will give you the hope and'eSnfhusiasni that must land us all winners. A few weeks since welvere left floundering, feeling that, there were none to make an active light to oppose Senator McCreary for the nomination, but since the manly stand and clean-cu- t statements of Mr. Addams, ourj doubts are at last thrown aside ami hope has taken thepjace of our doubts in our party success. There be times when our darkest periods are just before the dawn, and Democracy in Kentucky appears to havo.passed through them. From now on every one should feel, with such a man as Addams to lead, that success must surely come. Mr. Addams lias a number of relatives a'nd friends in "Old Shelby," and, though this county is in Mr. McOreary's district yet it can be turned to the Harrison county man who can laud the par ty triumphant in November. Let. us stop our party bickerings. Addams is a man we can tinito upon, and let us all, therefore, get together and be for Addams. From The Shelby Sentinel: Is there a Democrat but believes Sk and until this is done same time Sale. wo aro Having decided to make a chango in our lino of Shoes wo havo inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our shoos aro sold out offering our full line of Shoes ut a j Greatly Reduced Prices Como in and investigate our line and get suited in a good service- able shoe for yourself or anyone of the family and at the Clark county, lis a candidate for Let the party slogan be, "Party success," and ' Mr. Addams I'uilroail Commissioner will be selected. lie is the man of the hour, the man you want in this the Third Kentucky District, subject to the action of the tleiilibii-ca- n the man jou need, the man you must have. party. Addams! Addams! So say we all! Addams! Save Money on every purchase you make. stock is sold. and choice. This sale will last until our entire unbroken and get pick Come while the stock is The Democratic parly in Kentucky is suid to be the ftissingest party in the world each time after a big row resulting in defeat for that party, but it seems the Republican party can split just an bad when the nomination is just as assuring of election. But still there is a difference in the two parties:, the Republicans will always heal after a split and vote for the nominee in November; How it Pays to Advertise. The Bokhara Seed Company, of Falmouth, Ky., sent us an advertisement some four weeks ago to run six weeks at a certain price. Before this time was half out the seed company wrote us and said they had received much business through the medium of this paAt any rate, it is Congress and per and that thereby their supply not Uncle Joe Cannon that meets of clover seed was completely ex- in special session every day. the ad the Democratic party stays at. hausted and requested bill renThe world doesn't owe us a be discontinued and a home and lets the Republicans dered. We sent them bill for or it would be shipped to us into office. what service we had rendered O. U. D. ; and not for the amount of the contract. This firm sent us pay for the six weeks advertising and said the ad had been worth more than this and they were willing to pay that amount as it was not our fault that they could not use the space contracted for. Mrs. J. W. Williams. TJSE HftPH -- nvi u h MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread and pies the woman is who lias made them from Hope Mills' Hour. Success in bread or cako baking is always sure to follow when you use this high yrade and satisfactory Hour, sold everywhere. We Offer You absolute safety, and the careful, courteous consideration of your business wants. i J Mfg'd by J. ANDREW Can a good bank offei you more? CAIN, Versailles, F Ky. Clay City National Bank. Not Simply a Car 'but Car Service Now Is tho time of year when you'nro beIn the MARATHON you get all tbU. ginning to think of too ctr you intend But don't accept ournieresttitcmcut. I'c buying. Ucmeraber, wben you buy, that the abso- wo can convince you of Its truth. lute limit of dollar lor dollar return Li We havo a cutiloirae which describes, lit reached in cars telling under (2,000. When wealth ot you pay more, your returns are not iu pro- detail, the dependable mechanical excellence, e flnikh and utility that ouaracter-liportion to yonr investment. the MAIUTIION. When you buy, buy not simply a car, but car service. Buy correct denijrn, accurAnd It's yours Tor the asking. ate construction and good materials. Buy sound motor car value. Won't you oak for ttf MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? MAttATIION models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring Car. Standard Touring Car and Roadster, and Torpedo Iloadatcr. Prices lrom 31.S0O to 1,7CC. ci SOUTHERN MOTOR ;!.w.nfte.i3.ai..i..i..in.;mi;i.ji..ii..Hjuui WORK'S, Nashville, Tenn. Manna Green Stands for everything that 13 best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE FRUIT and SHADE TREES. STKAWUKIIKY l'LANTtf. r -- SEEPS nuexcrrs irws iiWFa t 1.-..- -... Asparagus, Ittispborries, barb, etc. llluckberries, Itoses, Rhux U " 'iUlmua you our penuaucut cu.vuit. YYIW SPECIAL OFFER:HI.. HarinrM. A trill fcaiM I I Write tO'day; Mention this Paper. M MM LcoUkUwi a. t lM it ttu BnMt i tmi 1 srlrnald I VmiulVTKI'HTHI'I.MKt '" "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT b Made to Weir" 7 FOR SALE BY Write for free catalogue. We have no agents. . F. d? Hlllenmeyer Sons," KY. a, Heavllfai trwlinil l'isit ta!lkUhbMtUMliUvlU.'0fit4,l'Unti.U. I. ltruIW tl ui UkUt Ml ttc.llt UU vslasMt ' xroau, ui. jj U. jaiaJ CI ! Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. LEXINGTON, L- i- THE AN ALL IIOMK-MAD- TIMES. 1'APHR. in constipation and female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. 0. Dunlap, of Lcadill, Tenn. If ailing, try THURSDAY, .... May 4, .1911. them. 25c at Swnnn-DaLumber (Jims. Wulcli wns iti Lexington Co. 'a store. the iirst of the week. The Times is in reoiept of a K. L. Daniel, of Winchester, is most beautiful engraved program "visiting relatives in the city. of the Stanton College Com- A Uurfilar'a Awful Deed. Times Swindled. may not paralyze a home so comThe Times has been swindled pletely as a mother's long illness. on a patent mcdicino ad vert is Hut Dr. Kintr's New Life Pills aru ing contract and as soon as we a splendid remedy for women. l!ive f(mmi jt ont tmn m( a n i hiiif rritn inn tinnlii trt I hnnntif cruse w..u.wU. mat not manv oi our reaui I LOCAL BREVITIES. '"" ers have been likewise The (jjt The Fountain Head of Life Is The Stomach A man who y skinned. remainder of our patent medicine advertiser are nil right and so is tho Dr. Bell's Pine Tar remedies. Roads Still Bad. lias a weak nnd impaired stomach and who doe not properly digest hi food vill soon find that his blond ha hecomo weak and impoverished, and that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished. Mrs. 0. A. Coulee, of near Stanton, is very sick, with lung trouble. J. W. Ohallin, of Sardis, Miss., visited relatives here a few days this week. Mrs. Wnr. 0. Martin and chil- and deadly perils to guurd against dren are visiting relatives near in swamp and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. These are the ma Mt. Sterling. laria germs that cause ague, chills Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duncan, and fever, weakness, aches in the of White Sulphur Springs, W. bones and muscles and may induce Va., are visiting relatives in the deadly typhoid. Hut Electric Hit city. ters destroys and casts out these vi A recruiting officer of the United States army was hee n few days this week trying to enlist men for the service. Mrs. J. W. Will'ams has received a nice line of Ladies Skirts nnd is selling them at prices that will Hiake them go fact. roads with so much rain that we have been having are mencement exercises, Wednes- worse in this county than any day evening, May 17th, 1911, to- time in March, two months ngo, gether with outline of exercises aud every farmer and tenm is too for May 14, 15, 10 and 17. busy to help make them better. At this juncture it seems imposDo Ghosts Haunt Swamps? No, never. Its foolish to fear a sible to improve the roads, but fancied evil, when there are real how about last winter when we The were not so busy and how will it be this fall when there is a leisA-pr- absolutely free from alcohol and all injurious, habit.formini druj!. All its ingredients are printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret nostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the schools of medicine. Don t accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this n remedy op known composition. your NmoimoRS. They mut know of Ask many cures made by it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood. Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., iiffalo NY timc-orove- Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEX MEDtCXL DISCOVERY makes tho stomach strong, promotes the How of dl&cstlvc lulccs, restores tho lost appetite, makes assimilation perfect. Invigorates the litor- an purities and enriches tho blood. It Is the &rcat blood.maker, tlesh'bulldcr and restorative nerve tonic. It makes men atronH In body, active In mind and cool In Judgement. This "Discovery" is a pure, glyceric extract of American medical roots, - ure period? Remember that il Buy for flies and fleas' are being retarded by the cool weather. "Its an ill wind that blow no good at all." The season New millinery just arrived at Mrs. J. W. Williams and at pleasing prices. Call and pick your choice. How about that King road drag to improve and grade our Toads. It is time some one was making one and giving it a trial. Dr. Wm. C. Martin is in Bowl-in- g Green, attending the State meeting of Modern Woodmen of the World and will be away for about a week. Considerable interest seems to be developing in the Boys' Corn fit. PrlM.uTua.t. 1 . . . R.dlik 10. M.rj t p.. F.rlf Arr.wW.d Ubbc . . . . In. lt. Club at last and it seems that 1 li Cannot be Cured Catarrh 1 pkr- 'll.rU. K.rk.l Utl.M . . . lot 11 VuUU.1 Ch.lt. lLnr8.Wi much will be doing pretty soon with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as . . Hi tl.OO WrIW with the Powoll county lads. $.nd enlf to h.lp .nd they cannot reuch the seat of the pmcklof tedtylrclT. ihm .tov. "Famou piy nd Collection," with oar N.w nd In.trurtl. G.rd.n fluid GKEAT NOKTHEKN SKEU CO. lisease. Cuturrh is u blood or con Mrs. J. W. Williams has just 13C3 Kose St. Itockfortl. Illinois received a nice shipment of elegant stitutional disease, and in order to lace curtains that will please her cure it you must take internal remJudy customers. Ask to see them edies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta ken internally, and acts directly on K CAPITAL STOCK, IrUOO.OOO H when you are at this store. the blood and mucous surfaces. fi SUliPIjUS AND UN-The Hazel Groen Acadamy ball Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack K MVIDKD lUiOFlTS, IOO.OOO team came to Stanton Monday medicine. It was prescribed by and crossed bats with the Stanton one of the best physicians in this TUB College team, resulting in a vic- countiy for years and is a regular j u tory for the visitors by a score of prescription. It is composed of the a or WiNCiiHTisn, Ky. 12 to 2. best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting diWANTED Salesman and N.IIOM.Y WlTllEHMlOON, PllKS. on sulnry and commission to rectly on the mucous surfaces. The OAHUllSH. W. R. SlliAlt, insu'l Sewing Machines and collect perfect combination of the two is what produces such on accounts. Party must furnish gredients lu YOUK AOOOONT8 SOIilOlTBD wonderful results in curing Catarrh. horse and wagon. Call on or write Send for testimonials free. to Singer Sewing Muchine Co., InF. J. Chtney & Co., Tolodo, 0. corporated, Winchester, Ky. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Wo had a big frost yesterday Take Hall's Family Pills for eon- damage was stpation. morning, but little done as a heavy fog came up beWatchmaker Farm for Sale. fore daylight and prevented any Jeweler. $ 500 acres, 4 miles north of Stan serious injury to fruit aud tender ton, 4 room house, 10 acre tobacco awl? vegetables. barn, 100 acres in cultivation balIt Startled the World ance in good timber, estimated to when the astounding claims were cut 1,000,000 feet, 100,000 feet of All Kinds of Watch and Clock first made from JJucklen's Arnica which is yellow poplar. One of Repairing on Short Notice and Salve, Kit forty years of wonderful the best corn and tobacco farms in Reasonable Terms. SATISFACLine o TION GUARANTEED. cures have proved them true, and Powell county. This is good limeeverywhere it is now known us the stone land a'nd 5 miles south of Jewelry &. Spectacles. best salve on eurlh for Burns, Holla, Levee, Ky. Will be sold at a bar Call and seax me In the Red Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Spruins gain if sold at once. Anyone wish River Hotel DuUdtas, dwellings, Eczema', Chapped hands ing to buy apply to E. II. Moss, KENTUCKY. Fever Sores and Piles. Only 25o Mt. Sterling, Ky. J CLAY CITY, Swann-DuLumber Co.'e store R. R.G. Phone 003 A. at - and May when we frequently have the worst roads it is also the worst time to improve Ihem. Let's be forming more Good Roads Associations now and do tho work later, but be cettainly cious germs fiom the blood. "Three bottles drove all the malaria from sure that tho work is done at tiie my system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, proper time. of Lueuma, N. C, "and I've had Saved Child From Death. fine health ever since." Use this "After our child had suffered from 5()e at severe bronchial trouble for ny'.ar," safe, sure remedy only. Swaun Dhv Lumber Co's. store. wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richardson's Mills, Ala., "we feared it Eggs for Sale. hnd consumption. It had a bad Egsrs of pure bred poultry, cough all the time. We tried ma."iOc per barred PU mouth Hocks, ny remedies without nvail, and setting of 13 eggs. doctor's medicine ?eeuied as useless. Brown Leghorns, 75c per setting Finally we tried Dr. King's New of 15 eggs. White Leghorns, $1 per setting Dicovery, and are pleased to sny that one bottle effected a complete of 15 eggs. cure, and our child is again strong Mrs. Nettie Welch, and healthy." For coughs, colds, Clay City, Ivy. hoarsness, lagrsppe, asthma, croup and sore lungs, its tho most infallMade a Big Profit. In January a piece of property ible remedy that's made. Price was sold by Commissioner Rom- 50c and $1 00. Trial bottle free. Lumulus Jackson the same not having Guaranteed by Swann-Dabeen advertised in the Clay City ber Co. Times and for this reason the sale was set aside, and was duly advertised and sold at CommisFresh, Reliable, Pure sioner's Sale at Stanton Monday Cuannteed to Please Every Girdener n4 and brought 575 more than it ritntfrhould test the QDflrlor merits of Our sold for in January when it was Northern Grown Seede. SPECIAL OFFER not advertised. Thus you see it FOR 10 CENTS we will lend postpaid our pays to advertise under all FAMmiR COL LFCTIOIM 1 10 Dtj 10a y Farm Implements, and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators FROM- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. SEEDS Summer i Spring and I .... Goods. We invite you to call and see our line I 10 lr of Spring and Summer goods. terest you who appreciate Wr can te in- up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. Wo have nil tho new things in Dress Goods", Neckwear, Winoiiestkr Bank, Col-.lect- etc., for women anil misses. for "Queen Quulity" shoes for women, anil have all the both in oxfords and jiuiniis. new styles in etc., & low-cuts, it We are solo lyenls Xi Wo also have u lino of millinery. This season our lints (Jin-nat- i, willull be trimmed by one of the bent milliner lirniti in and of course will be right up to the minute. ! j.p.nAUPPiN,! We would like to show you men and boys our lines of clothing, hats, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for ulso we feel I sure that we can suit you, that you will aeo that we will save you money. "Wulk-Ove- -- We bundle r" shoes for men and buys, und have all the new things in low cuts. We also handle Uuggies, Sewing .Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Kugs, Wall Paper, Cook Stoves, Rooting, In fct think can supply your every want. and ete. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. y WASIIIM1T0N (IIV CI.YDi: Din-so- NOTliS. We sold in II. TAVKXNP.lt.) Mis-hniir- cattm:, Canada, i $1,578,171) 1,11),),7!M i. W. Shaekloford, of a miMiilirr of t ho Ways and Difference in Canada sold to us, our favor, !8l,5J8;J 7,011,03 7 Menus committee of the House, li.is prepared one of the most letrers on the suhject reciprocity tliat has appeared, hi 'ilie (loiMiiiient iias caused limeh ('.i.'i'iission anions members of (. .Miiiiess ami i. to lie widely cir-- t JIHAT AN II DAIUV. We sold in Canada, Canada sold to us, llKKAIlSTirFI'M. I fKU.Ild Difference in our favor Hi,100,82(J We sold in Canada, Canada sold hi us, sai.olW.oSU 'fl,G71,884 utated. "Tlie lumlier trust and the pa-- I er trust arc waujui; a lierce liitht anaiiist reciprocity." sas Mr. Shakleford. ''They aremak-- i dc.Jperate eli'orts to get the irmers to join them. Where-iHs- r possible they have enlisted the papers which circulate amoni: the fanners. They try to tii. ike the farmers believe that, by reason of the tarill, he yets iniii e than the fair market for i 1 ins products. "Canada has a tariff which ( op- erates against our products sold We have a tariff in Canada. which operates against Canadian products sold here. Keciprocity lb an agreement between the two countries to modify both tariffs with a view to more extended trade. "A large trade has grown tip between us and Canada. In live years ending, June 30, in goods S:;,-117,:J7- Difference in our favor 21,91,(')72 Vou ask why Canada favors reciprocity if it is to give us the best of it on these products. Tlie answer is easy : "First, tlie Canadian tariff is added to the price which the Canadian consumer must pay. Canada desires to relieve her peoplo from this extra price. "Second, Canada is willing to take her tariff off of the goods which we sell her if in turn we will take our tariff' off of the wood pulp and lumber which she sells us. If our tariff against these products were removed she would sell us a still larger of timber products than pi:-pe- r, she now sells us. How could that hurt the American farmer? "Who then, would be hurt by reciprocity? 1 will tell you. The lumber trust and the paper trust. Keciprocity would bring Cana of all kinds dian lumber and 'paper here to be We sold in Canada, sold in competition with the Canada sold to us, ;i!i:j,!)15,073 lumber and paper. This would give the American people Difference in our f a cheaper paper, and thefarimr "Any country which buys from cheaper lumber to build houses us more than it sells to us is a good and barns, (tin you see why it is country to trade with. No tariff the trusts are making such franwall should stand between us anil tic eff orts to defeat reciprocity. such a country. They desire to hold a monopoly "Government statistics for the of the American lumber and palive years enuing .JuneliO also per markets. Let the fanner be show these things : of good cheer. He is not the felHORSES. low who will btf hit by reciprociWe sold in Canada, .1ill,l72,07o ty. He will be helped. The lumCanada sold to us, 2,511),201 ber trust and the paper trust are the ones who will feel the weight Difference in our favor Jl,(i22,87 of this measure." I Commissioner's U AV. Sale. President Taft is still lighting progressive Kepublicans. He first endeavored to smother progres-siveisby refusing patronage to members of Congress who would not vote for bills recommended by him whether they thouht them to be for the public good or not. This movement failed utterly. Insurgency increased insteud of disappearing. Then the Presi dent used all the influence at his command to bring about the de- feat of Senator LaFollette in Wis consin. Lurolletto was by a larger vote than ever. Now the 1'resident is taking the leading part it. the light against giving the progressives of the Senate the committee places they demand. Inasmuch as the Pres ident's former efforts caused two progressives to grow where but one had grown before, the progressives can aff ord to be pa-tienm in Powell county, but as we hand We have competent teachers and in our names that means a prize. will furnish you literature. Yon The incomeXx, amendment to Many fish are being caught (in have no excuse. We need moro which was a the jurisdiction of Hardwick's active members nnd your presthe constitution, ence will be appreciated. platik in the lasfjDemoeratie na- creek.) Now is the time for tional platfortn'Mias now been bo and everyone seems to ratified by thirty spates. To in- well pleased after trying his sure its acceptance tfiirty-fiv- e luck. Samuel Embs has been quits, states are necessary. Only four We regret to see our friends, sick for several days, sufTorins states Lousiaha, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and West Mr. and Mrs. Morgan McKinney, severelv from Rheumatism. Virginia have'; declared them- who have long been residents of Miss Bettie Ptickett, of Sams, This Hardwick's creek leave us. They selves in thenegative. has gono to Oklahoma where she leaves twelve states from which to secure the necessary five votes moved to their new home near will m ike her home with her sisto make the amendment a part Winchester Monday and Tues- ter, Mrs. Arch King. of the constitution. An income day. Nelson Puckett has opened . tax is practicnlly assured. We wish to call your attention grocery and dry goods store at County Organizer and Manager to the Sunday school at Vaughn's Sams. Mr. Puckett is a clever Wanted. Mill and ask that you attend and gentleman aud is deserving of a A leading Fraternal Insurance see the good work we. are doing. good patronage. Order desires a reliable white man to take charge of its work in this County to introduce the Order solicit Members collect monthly dues organize lodge apaud point and manage so on. No previous experience is needed, you are sick, you wish to get well, don't you? as we will teach you how to opei-atOf course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and This is a splendid opportur-it- y misery, and be happy again. for a good man, with liberal your illness is caused by female trouble, you jiay and chance of promotion. quickly get the right remedy to get well. can Devote spare time at start, with Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re whole time later on. lieved or cured thousands ot ladies, suliering like Well known man wanted, strictyou from some female trouble. ly honest, good ability, one who is a hustler and will get out and push the work forward. This is a great chance to become an iniluential leader, to help your fellow man and make ngood income for yonrself-a- t the game time. This Society pays benefits for sickness, accident and death. Tha Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony for seven lodges have grand ritualistic work, years. Itead her letter about Cardui. bhe wnte3 : "l was sick for in evstrictly new and seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly ery particular. die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was No other order like it was every d to suffering women." Try cored. Cardui is a started. Over 05,000 Memberships AT ALL DRUG STORES already issued aud growing very fast. Write immediately for further particulars, giving full information SlJFWRY OF L. & E. TipiE TflBLE. of yourself in letter. Address in Elective April 30, 1011. confidence, Supreme Commander " No. 5, No. 1, No- 3 Ceneral, Box AB293, Covington, No. '2, No. 4, Daily Sunday Stations. Ky. Daily. Daily. Only. Ex. Sun. Dai'y- - our neighbor ojjTf he north, gig-gfn- g Kimbrell. sub-agen- ts Get WeU e. If If It's CARDUI Qod-sen- For Women's Ills it East-Boun- d. West-Houn- - Vaughn's Mill. P. M. . A. M. - A. M. P. M. 5:155 A. M. 10:H0 J'oirell Circuit Court. Lylc's Ailmr. Plaintiffs versus W. Lylo's hi'irs Dpfemliints. Notice of Sale. Pursuant to judgment and order of sale of tlie Powell Circuit Court entered in the above styled caut-eI will oi Tliumlay the 13th day of .Iimu, 101 1. between the lumi of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock ji. in, at the old ti. l.yle residence on llardwick'.s creek, near Vaughn's Mill, hell at public nuc-tin- n to the hihesl unci lics-- t liiilber the old home lnrin of said G. ". Lyli', Sr., adjoining the IjiiuIh of I. T. yams' heirt. Bail J.iixli, H. )!. Daniel. Jeff Wright mid ('. ( Daniel, Jr., and containing about L'.'O acre Thi sale will be made i u a credit of m'x. and eighteen months, the purchaser bei'g reijuired lo execute boml with approved security and having the force and effect of n leplevin bond. At the same time and will M'll that tract of land place known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on t. the water of liackcoon brunch adjoining the laud of .Marion Curtis and con- -t 'lining about in acres ; and at the same lime and place I will cell a tract at the Practically the only change foot of the I'M ill I'urnaco mountain on made in the Canadian reciprocity JlardwIck'M'rei'I; 'idjoining the lanili-o- f agreement by the Democrats in , The farmers are very busy in their crop and from the present situation all seems to be prospering nicely. Owing to the heavy rains which fell Sunday some of our people were water bound, but were Monday. The boys of Hardwick's Creek have not tried for a prize for the growing of the largest ear of coin 1:1-"- 1:.'.7 '2:10 7:50 8:02 8:10 6:3:2 Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. 8:45 Junction, S:0i 7:50 7:35 7:15 7:0(i S:24 2:38 2:40 2:"i7 8:50 !):()0 2::l Indian Fields, (JLaY CITY, Stanton. Filson, Uamptnn .Tnnctlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & 0:05 .i:l-- 2 11:2(5 Rowdy ii. 7:00 0:54 0:39 0:3(5 3:10 3:15 3:35 3:58 4:55 5:00 :30 0:43 10:05 10:57 11:05 '11:25 K. Junction, Quicksand, Jackson, 0:21 5:58 5:05 5:00 4:53 4:37 4:23 4:05 3:50 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 9:o0 fl:4() 9:25 0:08 J:00 8:54 8:48 8:32 8:30 8:15 7:54 7:05 7:00 iele We Ask You to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure it will help you. Remember that this, great female remedy WINE: 1 OF GARDUI Sold in This City House was the addition of a e iiilniiiing about acrces; and the the clause authorizing the President, tu ie ami place I will Mill u certain Inn se uml lot in Clay City known by executive act, to reduce the a lot No. l'7 and L'K. in block Mo. 01 tarill' ol" this country, on any and nnv occuplcil by William Lyie. whether included in the Tliee lal iiiiiiii il tracts will be sold on treaty or not, whenever Canada n credit nf i. ii'oulho, iurchaser beis willing to put them on her ing reitdu'd to execute bond with approved sccuritj In uring interect from free list. In other words wo u willingness to move date and Jiiulim the force and effect of a replevin bond, Any one denlring ti free trade with Canada as inspect tin) property will call on or fast as Canada mnv desire. This coiuiuuiiicnte with I.. ('. l.yle, Vaughns Ky or M. I!. I.jle, Stanton, Ky. invitation applies only to CanaMill. is WlliiHKi, inj hand thi.s 11th day ot da, however, and the object Av fit. 1011. the promotion of the freiudliest UOMIM.IJS JAOKSO.V, commercial intercourse Uom'r. , iictween the United States and HO ox-pre- ss to-wapoi-sibl- Wa-o- n lieiri- - ami Noah Uussoll and has brought relief to thousands of other sick women,, so why not to you? For headache, backache, periodical p?:r.a, female weakness, many havo said It 13 "the Try Itl best medicine to talto." CONNECTIONS. 1 will make connec tioti at Lexington with the L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, 0.A CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. O. it K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 3 and 4 will make connection, with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and O. & K. stations. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1 and 2 make connection with the L. & A. Railway to and from Beattyville, Ky. Train No. 3 from Jackson, with the L. & A. lor Beattyville. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. LEXINGTON: Train No. of the world. It on with absolute certainty to cure and prercnc Boarboa Poultry Cure remedy SAVE YOUR FOWLS uapes, uiioieru. xionp, forms I Is recognlztyl as the standard poultry Is tbo ono remedy that can bo depended of poultry (Its- water lcscia fowls aealtby and cusci. A low droiia la tbo f roo from disease. A Mu bottle males 12 gallons of medicine, for tbo treatment ot Blavkhcad und vtbor diseases tn turkeysi and all llmberneck.Dlmrrboea drln:U'gciUtlng Bourbon Poultry Cure brumwyoUalued In til iaeriMj. liln nam. .iT.nr. UUr. Patent unet- MNiTwiuuia lot earliuivelr. BANK Send i iwuu in umpt Itr hinluablc hook n Mow oar A LM Wlilrli ultra will par. IIM to KM a ualtlwr. luteal Uw and oilier rail riul hketeli. to Honklmvllle. Kv..nr,: "I liavtbeenraitliif chtekent loruenly iiliyycais anj liouiboaPouliiyCureiitbcicostiaiikiactsryieiaciiy I have ever uM for Cholera an J Cjjxr." - - fManufactured OOUTDOIl omyby HAS NO EQUAL- I I I Mi. W.W.R.ltton i tAII Leading Orugfjlati nmayBottlo. Ug,, 80a par I Mr F. P. Cl.v, Pub, Ky., ityit "Lutym I raied hundreds of chicken Irea from fraud by giving ihun llouiboa Poultry Cure. 1 rind it a tun euro tot Cholera aud Urabcracck," Ixiitou7K,.. U. 8. Trial Vial Tnmmtral. A. . D. SWIFT HTIHT CO m, B. C. .Mo.-t- er 303 8VMtb St, L . Sjd by Swann-Da- y Lbr. Co., Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Clay City.