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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 11, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911051101_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 11, 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 81.00 a Year in Advnnc;. We are here to help ClayJ ity. the Surroaniiog Country anj Ourselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. Conine to See Vs. Tho business men of Lexington will run tin excursion over the L. & E. tomorrow, and will make stops at every station on the line. Of course it is tin invitation for business to the Bluegrass capital. The train will arrive at Clay City at 9:25 and be here thirty-liv- e minutes. The notice given to the public along the road is of such short duration that no plans A CLAY CITY, KYL THURSDAY. MAY I). JOII. NO. J(J. Tree From Each County. Tv New Lawyers. A plan will bo suggested to the A. T. Wiitt and Clarence Atstate capitol commission by Hon. kinson w at to Onmpton ThursFrank P. James, state auditor, day and 'ere examined for lito set aside one dav as "tree cense to p ictice law. Both pasday," when each county in the sed a mos creditable examinastate will be invited to come to tion and Ure each admitted to Frankfort and plant a tree on the the bar. ijoth of these young capitol grounds. This would give men statu jiigh in business and the capitol at least lit) trees and social life and with the pluck each county could plant, more and energy they possess tho practhan one if desired. Schools or tice of law vith them is a forefor recreation at this place so far secieties also would be invited. gone succef '! ure yet not made. No stops will Tell us the News. Improving Our Roads he made en route home in the The Times wants the news and The sun us done wonders for afternoon. it wants it every week. The ed- our roads t ts week. Mud holes itor cannot be every where and have been dried up every where, To Tour hastern Kentucky. see all that happens. If you neg- but many h les that were cut out Louisville business men will lect to tell us an item of news still exist a i ti.e surface of our tour Eastern Kentucky about that should be published, don't highways ill be exceedingly May 26. They will go over the blame us if it fails to be in print. rough for a while. Farmers are L. & A. by Beattyville and on to We are anxious to print all the too busy wit their farm work to Jackson where they will spend local news, but to print the news travel them 4 and smooth them. tho night and return to Louis- we must first know what the Our drag s this time would ville over the L. & E. making news come in hanlly to smooth them is. stops along the roads. We have down. no schedule so far und are unaAExamination for Diplomas. ble to tell when thev will arrive The last examination of the Wilis Over All. in Clay City. school year for diplomas of giad H. G. Garrett was nominated nation in the common schoo. by the Republicans at Paris last Increased Wealth. course of study will be held at week for Railroad Commissioner Tho State Board of EqualizaStanton tomorrow and Saturday in this the Third District. For tion at Frankfort has passed oi A diploma untitles the student to a time it seemed the combined ninety-tw- o counties thus far raisenter the county hiah school and forces wouldcertainly defeat him, of them to tho aging iifty-tw- o rJWII muni but ho was too strong for all of UllpllIIM J 1WI gregate amount of about $22,000,-'000- . to the State Normal School. them. It that the This will bring the amount Democrats will give Mr. Garrett of taxable property in the State Fish have been playing on tho no opposition as the district is so far up to about 8850,000,000, shoals for several days, and the solidly Republican. or n not gain of about. .$26,000,000 boys will probably offer as an ex' over last. year. .cusefojLsigging and.sxuning.Ujttt V Notice to Stock Owners. I will be at home each Saturday Mr. Geo. Dunaway has rented afternoon to practice my veternary the MoKinney farm and took work. Anyone wishing inj servicpossession Saturday. es should bring their stock to me The seed corn has been gotten at these times. A. EaHtcr. Vaughn's Mill. for the young chaps of Creek and it is now up to them to do the rest. Hard-wick's Mr. Pete Wells has been very poorly for the past few days, severe pains in his back. We wish him e speedy recovery. Mr. G. W. Bush will take charge of tho postollice at Vaughn's Mill, as Mr. McKinney tho former postmaster has moved. he-ha- s Notice to Taxpayers. Many persons have yet failed to come forward and nettle their tax now for past due. Unless prompt settlement is now made T will have to levy and sell property to make the tax now due the county, stato und school board. This May 4th. A. II. Norton, 101 1. Tax Collector. - Sunday, May 14, will be the regular appointment of Bro. Fryman at tho Methodist Cnurch. We hope to see u large crowd present. Sunday being a fine day theie was a good attendance at Church and Sunday school. The crowd took dinner with Mr. Bamett, Mr. Baker and Mr. Hush. Some stayed until after the cvenini; service. A number of the young folks spent the afternoon at Mr. Tho day was well Bush's. spent. Dark years old. Good saddle pony and perfectly gentle for children to ride. , Sound every way, will - (Stanton College! n Offers unexcelled advantages to the young people of Powell and surrounding education. coun- ties to secure an Teachers-Compete- nt. Inftruclion-Thorou- gh. Pony For Sale. bay pony, 47 inches high, Courses Complete. S Expenses-Modera- te. 5 Serious Injury. While at. work tearing down an old barn at Stanton Monday Jesse Crow fell from the roof, through loft, and hit the ground upon his iliead. Some time later he was found in an unconscious state with his head and face badly cut. up. Both arms are also paraliz-ed- . His condition is very they can catch them with hook ed today and go to work in earn Dr. 0. 15. Dickson will be at the and trot and it is ton long a per est and raise an acre of good corn. Red River Hotel May 10,11,12 iod to do without fish. The corn will amply repay you and 13th for the practice of den-i- s for the effort besides some of try. Elder J. M. Rash will preach the valuable prizes you have a at Clay City on the 4th Sunday show to A moving pirturu show was win. in May, morning and night, aI?o with us all of last week. o services on Saturday night, before, The Republican State Conven All the people in Clay City and tion to nominate candidates for vicinity are cordially invited to Stato officers will be held in Lou attend all three of t hese services. isville beginning July 11. Del Club butfhave your name enroll- office.- 5'ff',..SpeciaLattention,given in. pre paring for County and State Ex- diiiuiaiiuu. For information; write to REV. J. C. HANLEY, President. egates will be chosen in county mass conventions July S. I WALDRON & JOHNSON, Just Received a nice line of A glass brick plant has begun The operations at Frankfort. brick will be used for interior fin ish of hotels and office buildings, and are the first glass brick to be made in this State. Born, Friday, May 5th to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McDaniel,of War saw, Ky., a son. Mrs. McDaniel was formerly Miss Mayme Groves of this city. Mrs. A. T. Whitt is visiting relatives in Morohead. Good Roads Talk. m iill Waltersville, Ky. uaTy a full line of General Merchandise and M Sfg are selling the goods to our largo trade and they tell n Ladies' Trimmed MATS consisting of the they are 1 Saving Money. Vou can do the same thing. Why not all the counties of the State unite in a good roads movement, and observe "road week" at the same time? All cannot join in the work upon "Lincoln If you arc not already one of our many pleased customers, come round potno day and give oar place a look through und let us price you some ol our goods. They willopcnyoureyeetoan opportunity. Latest, and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You will be pleased. Way," but the counties that cannot, can build "a wavof their own." Ashlund independent. Tazewell county, Virginia, voted to expend tho sum of $025,000 That's more for good roads. than the entire State of Kentucky expended for good roads Public last year. Maysville Ledger. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will ''deliver the C. SHIMFESSEL. Bad roads in Kentucky cost r $2.50 per capita. Good routln State aid will cost 25 cunts per capita. WJiich are you for? uu-de- good'' EHzabethtovvniNews. mmmmm mm THE TIMES..RT i'UiiLi.siii:i) ma hino for the control of ,o tin; ttittionul dele-- j SPOUT SI fK WING. conven-- ! M:uy thcusuav I United States Attorney ttencr- al WicUcrshani is worrying, lie j 61 Bible Keading-rP- s. "The Word pledge" Mrs. Progressive Republican after the Bettie Eaton. "God Pledges" Malcolm The two great political parties type of LaFolIette and other are closer together today than leaders. Republi- Wood. Progressive Song by Society. nt any time before in the history canism means that certain hon"To Pledge and .Fulfill" Geo. of the country. Progressive est Republicans have completely Fletcher. a, are now sometimes been converted to Democracy, "Pledge Making a Test" listed as Democrats. Dr Theron but hold to the name of Republi- Betsey Johnson. Akin, a Progressive Republican can by former attacements. They "Different Kind of Pledges" Representative in Congress got will find it a dillicult job to reMrs. A. M. Burgher. mad the other day when he was form all of the g. o. p. Song by Society. called a Democrat by those who "The Kind of Pledges AdvisaThe laboring man "is in the ble" Ada Johnson. did know what ticket he was "Pay all Pledges" Mrs. His bervices on but judged by his mod- swim" just now. est actions to be a Democrat and are in great demand and most of Martin.Call. Roll In some means he was referred what he has to buy ' to eat is Benediction. to in the Congressional Directory down. Now the only trouble is, as a Democrat, and after 18,000 what he has to wear is still stiff copies of tins directory; had bgpnj in price1. Just wait!, ulitil the ' printed it was recalled and his Democrats get" "to" "whirfli ng on name changed to Progressive Re- the tariff two years hence, then publican instead of a Democrat. he can live high sure enough. Thus we see the day when wo The slow way i" which the'gov- can not. tejl ny the actions ot eminent building is proceeding Rt.me of our lawmakers what parat Mt. Sterling has moved the ty they belong to. Goad as far Sentinel-Democrto Remark,: 'as it goes, but there is another yif Langley had to be elected to wing to the g. o. p. and that is Congress three times to get the the wing that, has always had Government building started how control and we will be badly fool- many times will he have to be e ed if they don't still control when lected to get it finished." the time comes to do any legislating againt the interest. The Manchester Clarion has made up a slate for Republican The inquiry to be made by the nominees for Stato offices, and House of Representatives into them is K. C. O'Kear for the political machine of Post- Governor and John W. Langley master Genernl Frank Hitchcock for United States Senator. We is one in which the whole coun- object to this. We want Langtry will bo interested The ley to get those pikes for the 30th of inquiry directs the district before he leaves postollice committee to deter-il no how much political work is More than One half the plnnkj performed by postmasters and in every Republican platform s subordinate ollicers in the of the country, and by was first designed and.sawn from what authority they neglect their Democratic timber by men from party of the people. oflicial duties and violate the civ- the il service law. It has long been A boy will, (if he can) catch charged that through postofliGe fish on Sunday and most of us department patronage the post-i- n will eat fish caught on Sunday. ister general has established a Now which is the worst? in this the Third Kentucky District, publican candidate for Governor subject to the action of the Republiof Kentucky says he is a strong can party. :o-. iuibscrljnion rates gl a year or three' is afraid the investigations to be made into the ii Hairs of the steel vcain in tidvuiice S2. 1 trust, sugar trust, shoe trust ami Fox place. .!. I?. I'Jurtjhcr, Publisher. woolen trust, will L'ive these con-Moses McRinneywas at Win-o- f prosecu- Chester the latter, part the featured as second-chimail mutter. cerns liumunitv lroin tion. As all of these concerns, week to deliver ffinie hogs sold Thursday, May n, inn with the exception of a few $18 some time asiO fo May delivery a week employees of the sugar at seven cents peripound. CLUB HATES. trust, have enjoyed absolute imThe house occulied by Louis For the convenience of our sub- munity from prosecution and inscribers, we have arranged club rates vestigation since the day Mr. Kiiiev on T. S. Mc: iinuey's place The ith the following lupers at prices Wickershani left the service of, was burned down Friday. below iiientioned : caught from ik .stove pipe, the sugar trust t,o become the lire Tug Times and cheif prosecuting oilicer of the This house is ona of the oldest Couiier-Jnurn$1.00 iu the community. u Cincinnati Knquircr 1.10 geverninent, it is difficult to un- houses how the immunity 90 derstand " Louisville Herald Christian Erdcavor. 75 which they might receive, " Home and Farm but Program for thi Christian En1.00 will not, through congressional " Jrlund Farmer deavor Society nAeting Sunday HO " American Farmer investigations, could be any evening, May Mtli. Southern Agriculturist 75 more complete than the immunTopic "The Universal Duty ity Mr. Wickershani has given of Making Pledget." We are pnthnriled to announce them. II. O. GAltltKrT, Leader Mrs.. . T. Wood. of (Mark county, us a caiididiite for Organist Hsillii Rogers. Hnilroad Commissioner Judge O'Kear, the leading ReI I Fanners nro (1 very busy I1 nlantimr corn. T s. McKinncyjk preparing to lt i 1J another liotitt' on the site 0f tl0" one buvmd down last vvoe; 0n the farm known as the Shoe Sale. Having decided to make a change in o'ur line of Shoes we 1 r. have inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our shoes are sold out and until this is done wo are offering our full line of Shoes at nl Greatly Reduced Prices Come in and investigate our line and get suited in a good service- able shoe for yourself or anyone of same time the family and at the Save Money on every purchase you make. This sale will last until our entire unbroken and get pick stock is sold. and choice. Come while the stock is Mrs. J. W. Williams. J Good Methods Make Satisfied Customers Both together make a pros perous bank. These facili ties are yours for the asking. at res-olutin- n Con-gres- s. n Clay City National Bank. ' post-office- r Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-Werd USE HftPP! rh MILLS -- 1TX.OTJR ar Paint" two-third- ilk PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread and pies the woman is who bus made them from Hock Mills' Hour. Success in bread or cake baking is always sure to follow when you use this high urude and satisfactory Hour, sold everywhere. If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be used. s, material In any given job of painting, labor represents practically the. cost one-thiIt standi to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality of the paint ii.all important. Why have the is sought? painting done unless the protection and durability of the job How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. ThU paint has The makers' have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO BE. FOR SALE BY the printed formula on every package. Mfe'd by J. ANDREW SJtoailles, -- Ky. I Atkinson 6k Lyle, Stanton, Ky. fete xKj THE AN ALL HOME-MAD- TIMES. E a splendid remedy for women. Increasing Interest. 'Tliny gave me wonderful benefit The Postmaster-Genera- l in a in constipation and female trouLOCAL BREVITIES. Etatethcnt just made public shows ble," wrote Mrs. M. C. Dunlnp, of Lcadill, Tenn. If ailing, try that the interest in postal sav THURSDAY, .... Muy 11, 1011. them. 2oc at Swann-DaLumber ings banks is steadily increasing It is shown in his statement that Co.'s store. Attorney Clarence Miller, of $201,001 was on deposit at the Irvine, was here yesterday. postal savings banks While corn planting has been forty-eigHogs in market the past few very backward this Spring wheat ut the close of business March 81, days have shown an Upward ten- is in fine condition and now bids compared with $183,800 on the dency. last day of February, or an in fair for a heavy yield. crease of $08,092. The number Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? A cat fish has been caught at sixty-fivNo, never. Its foolish to fear a of open accounts increased from Frankfort weighing to 4,807 during March and fancied evil, when there are real 3,C1 pounds. the average balance per depositand deadly perils to guard against J. Crews Rash, of Cincinnati, in swamps and marshes, bayous, or from $80.54 to $40.89. These Ohio was in the city yesterday have only been open for and lowlands. These are the ma- banks on a business mission. the receipt of deposits since Jan laria germs that cause ague, chills uary 8. It is expected that the That, warm weather has come and fever, weakness, aches in the forty-fiv- o additional postoflices ut lust soon will we be eating bones and muscles and may induce which were recently designated deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitsass from our garden. by the Department as postal savters destroys and casts out these viMrs. J. W. Will'auis has receivbanks will be ready to re cious germs fiom the blood. "Three ings ceive deposits early this month. ed a nice line of Ladies Skirts and bottles dtove all the malaria from is' selling them at prices that will Saved Child From Death. my system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, make them go fast. of Luci.ina, N. C, "and I've had "After our child had suffered from Dr. Martin reports the birth of fine health ever since." Use this severe bronchial trouble for ay.ar," u daughter to Mr. and Mrs. 0. safe, sure reraody only. f0e at wrote G. T. Richardson, of Rich- Swarm Day Lumber Co's. store. :rdson's Mills, Ala., "we feared it W. Easter April 80th. had consumption. It had a bad Eggs for Sale. Mrs. Ann French lias been very cough all the time. We tried maEggs of pure bred poultry. sick for several days but is and Barred Plymouth Rocks, 50c per ny remedies without avail, thought to now be some better. doctor's medicine seemed as useless. setting of 15 eggs. we tried Dr. King's New Miss Anna Welch, of nearRos-fllyn- , Brown Leghorns, 75c per setting Finally Discovery, and are pleased to say spent a few days with Misses of 15 eggs. one bottle effected a complete Mollie and Ada Johnson the past, White Leghorns, $1 per setting that cure, and ourchild is again strong week. of 15 eggs. and healthy." For coughs, colds, Mrs. Nettie Weh-h- , Lots of people go lishiug on hoarsness, logrsppe, asthma, croup Clay City, Ky. Sunday that had better go to and sore lungs, its the most infallWe are sure they will diuroh. ible remedy that's made. Price All Should Attend. feel better too. The people of Powell county 50c and $1 09. Trial bottle free. Swann-Da- y LumNew millinery just arrived at should turn out in great numbers Guaranteed by to attend the Stanton College ber Co. Mrs". J. W. Williams and at pleasing prices. Call flnd pick your Commencement next week and LllkJLJU..l..llJWUw'l.UUUI.JI..U..IUsee what great things this school ohoice. FRUIT and SHADE is doing for our boys and girls at I. M. Kenuou is putting up an home. The program of events j addition to his saloon property, was published in the Times last which as soon as completed will week. One of the entertaining M.AXTS. STRAWBBRKY he occupied by a pool room. features will be the contest on Blackberries, ) Asparagus, Monday night. The contestants ? A company hus been chartered Rhu- Raspberries, Roses, are: Beatrice Klount, Lilly with a capital of $1,500,000 to Barnes, Ethel Baker, AnnaHard- - i barb, etc. build railroads and develop min- wick, Stella Congleton, Nula ? Write for free catalogue. eral lauds in Tennessee. Two Knox, Marion Atkinson, Jouett t We have no agents. companies wore also given char- Boone Harry Russell. ters to conduct similar business H. F. Hillenmeyer Catarrh Cannot be Cured in Kentucky. Sons, with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, us Mrs. J. Vv Williams has just they cannot reach the seat of the i LEXINGTON, KY. s received a nice shipment of elegant disease. Caturrh is a blood or conlace .curtains that will please her stitutional disease, and in order to Judy customers. Ask to see them cure it you must take internal remwhen you are at this store. edies. Hall's Cutarrh Cure is taCAPITAL STOCK. 8 100,000 Miss Fauces Kubele, the Pri- ken internally, and acts directly on i SUKPLUS AND UN the blood and minions surfaces. mary teachor in the Stanton DIVIDED PROFITS, 1HO.OOO spent Friday night with Mi6s Hall's Catarrh Cure is nqt a quack It wus prescribed by Miss Kabele meditiinn. Mollis Johnson. TJIK will leave Stanton on t ho 18th one of the best physicians in this 9 or lUth of this mouth for her country for years and is a regular WiNOinssTBR is composed of the prescription. It Oil" W'lNCIIHTHll. KV. homo in Iowa. best tonics known, combined with WANTED Salesman and N.TIoi.iIy WiniMKHfooN, Prim, the best blood purifiers, acting dion eulury and commission to OaMIIIHH, W. JJ. HlMIAH, rectly on the mucous surfaces. The su'l Sewing Machines and collect perfect combination of the two on accounts. Party must furnish is what produces such YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED u horse and wagon. Cull on or write wonderful results in curing Catarrh. 2 to Singer Sewing Machine Co., Send for testimonials free. Winchester, Ky. F. J. Witney & Co., Toledo, O, SheriU' John Ballard Sold by DrugglRts, price 75c. Deputy Take Hall's Family Pills for arrested Otis Billigs and Charlie Wednesday. They were Tipton Watchmaker wanted in Powell county for gamFarm for Sale. Jeweler. ing. They gave bond for their 500 acres, 4 miles north of Stanappearance and wore released. ton, 4 room house, 10 acre tobacco Winchester Democrat. e barn, 100 acres in cultivation It Sta7tUrd the Vrld in good timber, estimated to when the astounding tdaims were efit 1,000,000 feet, 100,000 feet of All Kinds of Watch and Clock 1 first made from liucklen's Arnica which is yellow poplar. One of Repairing on Short Notice and J Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- .Sulve, hut forty years of wonderful the best corn and tobacco farms in HON GUARANTEED. Line 01 cures havo proved them true, and Powell county. This is good limeeverywhere it is now known us the stone land and 5 jiiiles south of Jewelry & Spectacles. best salve on earth for Burns, Hollo, Levee, Ky, Will be sold ut a bur. e me In the Red Call and Moulds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains guin if sold at once. Anyone wishRiver Hotel BuHdliij;, Swellings, Kczemu, Chapped hands ing to buy apply to E. II. Moss, KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Fever Sores and Piles. Only 25u store. K. R. 0. Phone OIKJA.. ft SwannDny Lumber Co.'s ' PAPER. y ht A Burglar's Awful Deed. Our best friend now is the ice may not paralyze a home so comman, but how will wo esteem pletely as n mother's long illness. him the first. of the month .when uni Dr. Kimr s !ow Lilu J'ilis are he brings bill A Poor Weak Woman ... .... ......., our around. e revised and receipt ot 31 The most perfect remedy ever devised for weak and delicate women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. mrpiB"di7VaJ?e? .P'0""1 of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set forth in the People's Medical Adviser (1008 pages), a newly cloth-boun- ami patiently agonies which a itrong iuuiC lu.vuir man would (Jive way under. fact Is women are more patient than they ought The to be under such troubles. Every womnn ought to know that alio may obtain the most experienced medical advice free of charge and in absolute confidence and privacy hy writing to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce has been cluct consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y for ..... . fnrtnv VMM anrl t n ,.uu . ... vriui--r practical experience in the treatment of women's diseases than any other physician in this country. s His medicines arc for their astonishing efficacy. m ? 1 world-famou- S3. one-ce- Edition of which, will be mailed free on stamps to pay cost of mailing only. Address as above. Bnv Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and Cultivators FROM- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. - I TREES. Spring and Summer Goods. We invite you to call and see our line We can te of Spring and Summer goods. in- Col-leg- o terest you who appreciate up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. Wo have all the new things in Dross Uonds, Neckwear, fc Bank, Col-lect- etc., & etc., for women and mioses. We are m1c agent for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, anil have all the new styles in low-cut- s, both in oxfords and pumps. We also have a line of millinery. This season our hat. ('in-nut- i, will all be trimmed by one of the best milliner linns in and of course will be right up to the minute. Wo would like to show you men and boys our lines of )lotl)inr, hats, shoos, neck wear, shirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for ulso We handle "Walk-Ove- n. I J.P.flAUPPIJM, we feel sure that we can that you will see that we will save r" suit you. you money. bal-anc- Mioes for men and buys, and havo all the new things in low cuts. We also handle Duggies, Sewing Machines, Trunk", Suit Oases, Matting, Hugs, Wall and etc. Tn Paper, Cook Stove, Hoofing, fact think can supply your every waul. , Hardwick & Co., Stanton. "U. 4X3 i 1 Potato Slips for Sale. Sweet potato sli,s retidy inui-- p iii.tiug liv Muv 1"t h. I I V Prior. for Do not. fail to drain your soil, It will pay you for your toil. j Pointers for Corn Growers. Couhty Organizer and Manager Spout JSpring, Ky 3 We Ask You to take Cardui, for your female troubles, because we arc s'uro It will help you.' Remember that this great female remedy I WINE OF CARDUI Sold in This City M If clover's sickly, put, on lime, That will bring the soil to time. Growing corn much water needs: Keep u soil umlc.li; kill (lie weeds. Heavy sods and good manure ' .Make crop doulilv sure. ' ' This advice pray do not ficorii; I'se some phosphate com. Ex. the-coron-you- r Did'VOti eve'riSei' a t'.irnier li:i ve. I'say'tlircc milk cows lo sell, all of has brought relief to thousands of other sick women, so why not fo you? For headache, backache, periodical pa.ns, female weakness, many have said It Is "the best medicine to take." Try Itl which were giving 'ul least, three gallons of milk per day, 'and tin.-- same. progressive farmer R'lliii!: neither milk nor .butter. T ii fac demonstrates ono'or t io t n.s: He is either an tinsuc o iul rarmer, r a successful f lsifier. ( te&i','' X v!'"1' " '"';' tx FREE 30 WOT OWE RED Ycmr 0rgaK ft I T? DAYS TRIAL CENT IN ADVANCE, VJ'!-.- i ! .trEiA? From My Factory Direct to yu. 8aVM3SU.r-0- . mprovethls beyond the shadow of a doubt ,lf you willletmeshiDyouonoof my 111 ISlEfll, aSZflS lflnSSrSS SlSs-dl- l "IRlvW 5fsfil llrifflf vfl VSSSlml Wanted. loading: Frutornnl IiiRurunce Order desiros a -- reliable whitu (linn to tukp chnr; of its work in this County to introduce the Order solicit Alenihors collect monthly dueti organize lodge nnd mnnnge and ' o on. No previous experience it? needud, as we will tench you how to'oper-iitThin Is it fplendid opportunity lor it good mun, with liberal p;iy nnd elianee of promotion. Deviitt: spurctiine nt fiturt, with, whole time later in. known man wnnled, strict-ly honest, good ability, "one who is it hustler turd will get out and push the work forward. This is a Event elianeii to become 'in influential lealer, to help your fellow man and make a good income for yourself a; the satjie tinip. This Society pays benefits, foi sickness, accident and death. Tha Irdgeb have grand ritualistic work, strictly new and in every particular. No other order like it was every started. Over 60,000 Memberships already issued and growing very fast. Write., immediately for further particulars, giving full information of yourself in letter. Address in fonfidence. Supremo Commander General, 'iJox AB29l, Covington. A sub-agee. 1 fit' VaMsfVy i Not Simply-- a Now Is the tlmo of jrarlicn you'are be- In the MAISATltON yoii Bt all thin. fflnnlnc tn IHInt' nt Ih.. ir vnn lnt.mil But dou't accept onriBorestutciiieiit, bnvia i Ilcuiomber, vhen yon bur, that tlic nbno- - we ta conviuie yott or its trutn. lute limit of Jollar lor dollar .isturn is ... . "i" reached In carrTselling under SLv,i f. H?!? When h nV." youpaymoLe,yn,irr?tunire not in m 2' , L' ldendMpuUlltytlutcliaravtcr. ' p.1rt!nntoyo.!rinTctmot.U MAItAXUON When you buy. buy not tlmply. n car, n, but car service), liuy correct uortiv- , Ana usyrvnra for tlic asuiug. mawriili. nuy ato conHtructlon mid sonnd motor enr value. Won't you ask Tor itt MARATHON models Include Torprdo Tourlnn Car, Fore Uoor Touring Car but Car Service ,,. " Car. Standard Touri Rnnriti. Irl Cur from and Itoadatcr. and Torpedo ROlt Sn tl 7M. . - SOUTHERN .MOTOR WORKS, WashviUc,' Tcnn.' c Get Well If you are sick, you wish to cet well, don't you? Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and misery, and be happy again. If your illness is caused by female trouble, you can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has relieved or cured thousands of ladies, suffering like you irom some female trouble. Ivy. Tlic Piano and Organ Maker CYRUS L. ADLER Trust You TtaNlohllngale cl Organ rii i Most every family in I'owe.11 county formerly had one or more stands of frees and hoiiey was on the market- but now if you buy any you have to leave the county to do so. -i CARDUI For Women's Ills Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered 'agony for seven years, liead her letter about tardui. She writes : "I was sick lor seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly die .with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was qured. . Cardui is a God-sen- d to suffering women'.'' iTry - sr Commissioner's Sale. MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've busted the hot air bubblalof the dealers. aeents and middlemen of this country by Baffles; direct to toe homes at the samo price they formerly paid me for my organs. Powell Circuit Court. O. W. Lyle's Adnir. Plaintiffs , SEND ME YOUR NAME whether you want to buy or not and lU send you free of charee and postpaid the moat wonderful All the orean men in this claim and i.xia bookout nobuyinar plana you ever Raw. oo, ana Here Is the proof. countrymy ownthey make the 1 own tlmDer isnas, not Eire you any tvt onran dry kilns and faetonr. prooi. Ihare to nay one mddv af nrofit for lumber or milllnir. av mills, I do not The profits that other manufacturers pay to lumber and saw mills. I put into my Adler Organs. (The Nigntingaies or, ureans;. mat s me reason my organ is netier tnan any otner mane. Anoiner I guarantee my orsans for SO years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years. Don't this mean something? My selling plans are the fairest, simplest, ssfest and easiest ever placed before the American public, in that 1 grant my customers all the time they want, arrange their payments as it suits their income and circumstances, giro them reasonable extensions of time If they can't meet their payments and charge them no iaterest. Aslc sme of your neighbors who dealt with me about this. That's the best proof you coo get. I would just as scon give you $1,000 in g Ai It you can duplicate this proposition. l'i-o1 it ... . vorsJl G. W. Cylo's heirs Defendantfi. . AT ALL DRUG STORES ' MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS)' a huze tone nearest to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life time and It won the highest pr at the St. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are the best. Everybody is buying an onrun these days and everybody is buying an Adler on account of Ifa high quality, wearing qualities. nWleand reputation. IamsellingthemferlessthsndealeraandBgentsareselllngchrapergradeorgans an 1 when you stop to think and realize that when you buy from one of these middlemen you murt pa his profit, time, salesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses, my ofWr means a wholo lot My world's greatest organ factory is working ! I sttnds before you as the king of money savers. organs ordered, in and night, grinding out the to my customers,and this condition was brought about by the fairUand now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I treatment I handed out nn Adler, it veils a dozen mora and so on indefinitely. They've stood the test and always wilL Quality always wias out. Ii'j-r- Before I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, as I am doing now exclusively. I Used to sell to dealers only, but when I found out that they sold my organs for twice and three times as much as they paid me. making the poor peoplo bleed for It. I was thunderstruck and quit. I sent out thousands of notices telling, them they couldn't buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct to the homes, saving them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers (avur 75.000 of tbrra) at least S2.625.000. all of which would have gone to the dealers had I sold the organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. f 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,025,000 Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU U limply tbti. I will bIpjoa.on30diifrtlrlftl(aD7orcnyoa wtnt on fcny rioo4bl term. 70a Jail It lalti J9ur lacom tad circa miUncfi. If 70a kcp It t tb end of tb tritl period, wblcb I know 70a will. 70a eta pty alt caab mall mm dowa and tha balanc monthly, quarterly, or mtiannually or any other rcacooabla way If at any tlma 70a can't meet ft payment when lt'a due, 1M1 fladly (If 70a a reasonable extemlon of time. Yoo ihall not inconvenience yoortelt by buying an Adit, for I'm foing tp make It tbe aaleet purchase 70a ever made. ,J'l,cberf e 700 no latere-- 1 ai otber organ me a are doing. If 70a don't VP mf organ be cauae U'a nofrai'epreaented, yon can ablp,ltback M my est pens and I'll pay yoo every cent yda paid for freight, to you will loie aleojotely nothing. Funhermore, It at any time within ft year, my organ doea not bold op to evenr claim X made, 70a can tblp It back aTmy eipeneo and 111 return to you every dollar of the purcbaie price with S per cent. Intereetaad all fretgbta paid. I can agree to do tbla became I know bow my organa are made and positively know tbey always make niDftit. good My Piano Offer The Greatest My high grade world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand Pianos ca I be had direct from my factory on the same libers buying plans as applied to my Adler Or trans. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and llnlah they have no superior. If an equal, and, I can save you $100 to JIM. They are artlstio in dtsign, built to Uuta.life time, have a tone as dear and I ureti n b:!l,ar.d a wonderful, easy, elastic touch. i' Z5 Tears Btool. scarf and Instruction book given with every piano. Send for catalogue and buying plans, ( MS 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I gasrsntts all mf orcsM lore's yesrs, sorastblo- - no otbet erisa rasa will do. My gutraete. bood Is tb. stroDgit fr written and II yoa will Mk your banker or any ol mf local banks ortbs editor o! tbls paper ss to my reliability, yea will be told tbst I sn as sound as a rock, tbst you csa safely enter 1st. any transaction with me and tbst all ol my dealings sro n tb. sqesre. fiend your name lor catalog and buying ulsni. Ton will be under no obligation wbateeer, Stoel and Instrso lion Una gleea with .eery organ. CRYUS N6tice of Pureiiont tojudgmcnt-rTariorder of saleof the Powell Circuit Court entered in the above stjledirauso, I will on Thursday the loth day. pf.June, 1011, between the ho.urs of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in. at the old G. V. Lyle residence on Ilardwiuk's creek, near Vaughn's Mill, sell ut public auction to thu highest und best bidber the old home farm of said G. W. Lyle, Sr., adjoining the lands of I. T. Sams' heirs Bud Iiush, D. It. Daniel, JeiT Wright nnd C. C. Daniel, Jr., and containing .about '22(1 acres. This sale will buinude on a credit of six. twelve and eighteen months, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security and haviig the;foreo and effect of a replevin bond. At the same time and place I will &ell that tract of laud known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of Hackcoon branch adjoining the laud of Marion Curtis and containing about ill acres ; and at the same time and place I w ill bell a tract at the foot of the Kstill Furnace mountain on HiirdWick's creek idjoining the lands of Wjtuii hejgs and .Noah Hussell and containing about 30 acrees j and the ame time and plaeo I wjll'sell a certain house and 'lot ih Clay City known as lot No. 'SI and 2f, in block Mo. 61 and now occupied by William Lyle. These last. named-tractwill be sold on a credit of six months, , purchaser being re (iilred to execute bond with approved security bearing interest from date and having the force and effect of a replevin bund. Any One desiring to inspect the property will call on or communicate witliL. 0. Lylo, Vaughns Mill, Ky., or M. U. Lyle, Stanton, Ky ' Witness my hand this llth day or April'. ., 101 1. Saie. " SbflMRY Eust-Bound. OF L. & E. TlflE Effective April 30, 1911. Stations. TSLE. No, 3, Daily, No. Sundsiv West-Boun- No. a. No. 4, Daily. Daily. A. M. 7 :ti0 Daily ' Ex. Sun. A. M. Ko. l' j, Onlv.' A. M. 10:30 !) i M. P. M. 5 :35 1:1 Lexington, Indian Fields, Vincliexter, L. & E. Junction, 2:10 Hot j i 8:0:2 8:1(1 8:45 8:02 2:.'J8 ti ':2t 7:50 7 :35 4:53 4:37 4 :23 :50 9 :4() 8:32 8:50 !):((( OLaY 2 :.j 1 9:(5 S) Stanton, city, '' !):25 2:o7 :1S lions ly ii. Kilnon, 7::I5 7::0(i 7::00 i!::54 4:05 3:5G 3 :51 9:08 9 :00 3:lo U: 15 ;s :35 :;:fS 4:55 !.t!2i;t( u::S0 9 :4:i I0:0.ri Nnturnl Bridge, Torrent. ,Beutiyville Jet, O. & K. (umptii Junction, Junction, 0::39 G:3(J- 3:45 3:30 "'A 10:5? 11:05 11 5:00 Juukeon, Quicksand, (!:iil 5:58 5:05 5:00 'y:12 2:51 1 1 iii 5 :57 :50 8:54 8:48 8:32 8:30 8:15 7:54 7:05 :00 1:25 CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will ninke connection nt Lexington with tile L. fe. N. tor Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the ,L. fe N. ut Lexington for Cincinnati, O. CAMPTON J4JNCPION- :- Trains Noa. 1, 3, 3 and 4, will make witn Mountain Central Hallway to and from Campton. O. & IC. JUNCTION: Trails Nos. 3 and 4 will make connection wiih Ohio & Kentubky RaiUvnytiTor' Cannel City. Ky. and O. eon-ueoti- & K. 6tation. T f 1 '. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trainn Nos. and 2 muke connection with the L. & A huilwny to and froni Beattyville, Ky. Train No. 3 from Jackson, with the L. & A. for Beattyville. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. SAVlTE rrmoil y ol the world. L AOLER, Prea, Adler Mis. Co. HOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r. U reoognlzod as theatunilorl poultrr It la tbe ouo remedy tliut can Itn dsiiooded oa with sbsyluto certainty to cure and prorent nourhon Poultry Cure YOUR FOWLS I TiAit Tiiis our. MAIL Y Llmbrrntck, Diarrhoea amlull exUdns forma ot poultrr A low drops In tho drlnklnp uatcr keep!) lowlahiultliy Irco troai pisoaxe. A b"u bomo makes 2 caliunii of mcdlclaj. tbo trc&tmcnt or Blackhead aal oVult rllo;ase In ttirkvy 1 ' : GnpesJ Cholera. Roup, nnd 1'or I .Writs cription. Don't enclose any atamD. 1 nav all rhirmi. plainly. I CRYUS L AOLER, Prts 2902 Chestnut St Louisville, Km I want your I want pictures and full des- organ dook. cription of your pianos. Make a cross In the circle for organs or pbnos or write your name and address on a postal card or In a letter, stating which you want piano or organ des- BoiirbDn Potilttv Cure ... rIA'J NO Ill McUuleeij. bank agptsgaogs. ?ruuiHijr obtained la all countries on Ma PIS. Caitils and Vvpyrltf Mi bend Sketch. Model or I'lioto. for fRIC PllTOeiTonfcatnlaMIUT. Patent watt. Mini s rents la stamps tor laralaable book Wlilcli oi will grt a partner! patout law and oilier Hon to iuforwuW valuaUa Mrs. WV,Ralstpo.Hopltlnivill,Ky.,ssyi na bean raising chickens iorDcarly fiiiyytan.nl f f "t t EQUAL Hr F.P. Clsy,Isrl.,Ky.,ssTs. "Lsttyesi V i J Name IJautbauFosltryCiiialitbsaiPstsuitiKtaryrcmsdy I have crcr u.odr Cbolua sad Uapss." I Address I County I rr. uV&i Bourbon Remddy bo ISSSS1. . . I mwl hundr'.l. ol chkVeni liui Irwu 1 liiul biyridt them Bour).ii foulny Lure. rspei il a surb outfit Cjleia ad umberuuk," a. State. ID. ThAdlfrradoryCreatetaheWo,H CAny rify T.Wg', SWIFT PATMMT LAWVaTstO. 1303 SeveRth St., WMWftgtofl, D. C. k CO. Trial VUI Frtm. I Sold hj Swann-Da- y ' Lbr.'Co., . Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Clay City.