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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 18, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911051801_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 18, 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 IDITY TIMES 81.00 a Year in Advanw. We are here to help Clay City, tie SarroonJinR Coaatry anJ Onrselves. .1. B. Burgher, Publisher. VOL.. XVI. Killed in Lexington. JOLAY PITY, KY., THURSDAY Building: Town In Wilderness. The making of a patch of Kentucky wilderness into a town of 10,000 people within six months was commenced last week when the Postoflice Department order ed the establishment of the Jen kins postoflice. Jenkins will be the headquarters of the Consoli duted Coal Company's operations MAY 18. J9II. I NO. 20 Notice to Stock Owners. will be at home eitnh S;iturdii afternoon to practice my veternar. work. Anyone wishing my servh-'- In a drunkon row nt Lexing ton Sunday morning George Swope, a former resident of this county, was knocked down in a what is said to have been a drunken row, and together with other members of the melee, were taken to jail where delator died. The remains were brought here Tuesday morning and buried at tho Wells graveyard on Hard wick's creek. He was about 45 years old, and, though coming of quiet and honorable family, he . had leu a reckless lite. Most Popular Candidate. The most popular candidate we believe wo ever saw is our friend Mr. H. G. Garrett who was nom Prompt Service. inated for Railroad Commissioner by the Republicans at Paris a few days ago. When we see such good men as he and a few others identified with the Republican party we must agree that there is yet a little hope for the g. o. p. Railroads have been forbidden by the ever viligant interstate commerce commission to increase the freight rates, however, may suffice to send up the price of ice for the further disquiet of the well trained and thoroughly tamed ultimate consumer. One thing good about these primaries is it partially replen ed ishes the country editors' deplet pocket-book. BUY WOOD FealLers, Tallow, Beeswax, Glascan. Golden Seal, (YcllowRoot), etc We are Dealers, and con do better for you tliau az& or commission merchants. Reference, any Bank in Louisville. Write for weekly rmce lut and (hipping Up. We furnish wool bags free. Established in last 220 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE. M. SABEL & SONS, I KY. . iimrnimr accom panicd with bill of lading for tin paper and on Monday the paper arrived in Clay City. This is quick service indeed and proves in Pike and Letcher counties, the advantage of tho recent Kentucky. It will be the center chang in the time table on the of the activities of tho company, Lexington & Eastern. It also which owns and will at once de- 6peaks a great deal for the pa velop thousands of ncres of rich per company's promptness infill coal lands there. Though the ing the order. site of Jenkins is but a bit of You Can't Find Them. wild land now, 2,000 homes will The Hearld is gratified over be made there within six months, and 10,000 persons will be domi the nomination bf our friend and neighbor, Hon. Green Garrett, ciled there. for Railroad Commissioner of Business Alan for Office. this District. He will not only Wm. Atldams, who is seeking make a winning light but prove Gubernatorial honors at the a good man for office. If the re hands of Democrats in the com niander of the 'Rapubliean ticket ing primary is strictly a business measures up to him there will, man, and a successful business in all probability, be another set man, too. For this reason he de of Republican, officials at Franl serves much consideration at the fort. Irvine Herald. hands of his party. Every day we are running up on Addams men where formerly there were none. A business man is what Miss Sarah demons, of we need at this time. is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. Mcintosh at Indian You sledom hear a married J. Fields. man say that he never made GharlejCollinsv andThos- - Rich- a mistake in his life. ardson, of Gannel Uity, are Mrs. Noah Rose, of Winches spending a few days with O. F, ter, visited her sister, Mrs. A M..vBurgher a few daysthis Mr. and Mrsj Richard Lver- week. man spent Saturday with Mr. Albert Witt, of Lexington, was and Mrs. B. O. Kimbrell at here Saturday to visit his grand Right Angle. parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A Charles Roundtree has his Fox. guests his father, the Rev. M. M. WeHiear tho question asked Roundtree who .s now located at every dav, "is it hot enough for Corinth, Ky. Mrs. Roundtree you?" Well, we should say so. since arriving hero has taken sick Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cassidy and is unable to return home. are visiting relatives in Lex received a bill.-fo- r Last Friday" morning ed a bill of riaper from isville Paper U4mpjny filln nnil nn Kn til rrlti t we order the Lou at Louis- - same -- New Factory for Clay City. The large spoke and handle factory, located at Clay City, which has been idle for about eight years has been bought by Mr. George Tomliuson, of this city, who owns a large nt Jackson, and will be remodeled and used as a hardwood flooring factory. Moulding and interior finishing stufi' will also be manufactured, and the plant will mean much to the prosperous little lumbering city. The work will begen in the near future. saw-mi- ll s to hould bring their A. Kanter. at thooe times. Monk in Winchester Democrat. Dr. Williams who recently purchased the building formerly occupied as a drug store, is moving the same to one of his lots on Cth Notice to Taxpayers. Many persons have yet failed t.i come forward and settle their tax now far past due. L'nless is made I will havi levy and sell property to nink' to the tax now due the county, statfi and school board. This May 4tl A. II. Norton, l'.lll. Tax Collector. proinp-settlement a avenue. (Stanton College! Offers unexcelled advantages to Frankfort is to have a Postal Savings Bank, according to an announcement made by Postmaster General Hitchcock. The value of the product of farms of the United States in 1010 was S,92(i,000,000. Texas leads with ."f.'MIL the young people of Powell and surrounding education. CI coun- ties to secure an 110,000. West Bend. The value of Kentucky farm products in 1010 was $110,7;il,000 a decrease of 0.5 per cent, from the previous year. Mrs. Albert Crow, of Little Creek, visited her sister, Mrs. A. C. Barnes near tho city a short time this week. o (I Teachers-Compete- nt. Inslrurjlion-Thorough. f l I t "l CoursesComplete. Expenses-Modera- II o l te. u V f. Special attention given in paring for County and State amination. preEx- It's noticeable that some of the teams have, not obeyed the umpire's ordei tlpiay ball". Dark 5 years old. Good saddle pony and perfectly gentle for children to ride. Sound every way, will sell at a bargain. Apply at this office. Pony For Sale. bay pony, 47 inches high, r At V For information; write to REV. J. C. HANLEY, President. ington. Vaughn's Mill. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shitnfessel of Lexington, visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Richard Curtis, who has formerly rented the Kincaid farm has decided to move in a few lb WALDRON & JOHNSON, j Just Received a nice line of Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of Generul Merchnndiso days. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Oarr, of Clay City, visited their relatives on Hardwick's creek Saturday and Sunday. Several of the boys went, fish ing Saturday evening and as a result they were all pleased. That means fish. and are selling the goods to our lurgo trade and they tell us they an m ffi Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the ft Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. Pete Mountz, who is grow old, bid his friends good-by- e last Friday. Ho will spend the rest of his days with his daughter in tho west. There was meeting at the Methodist church Saturday evening Sundav and Sunday evening, also tho Sunday school Sunday morning. The attendance was good. This, short revival has by no moans been in vain, There was an anununcemetn made at the Sunday school in behalf of the orphan children of Clay City, Thp announcement was that a collection ehould ho for the support taken of these children. We hope to see this measurecarried into full effect. - V. Mr. I Saving Money, I You can do the same tiling. ing very If you are not already one of our many pleased ciintoinurs, come round ponie day and give our place a look through and let us price you come of our goods.They wlllopenyouroyeetoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise, and if you llw jJS in Clay City or near our store we will ''deliver ihegoodi.'' President Taft took tho Wlu'lo thnpjornl Ponnte is part in the lignt, against idling nwny tluStime, the Demo-cratithe progressive Republicans IIoupc ofj Representatives ot the Senate omimittee is taking tho opportunity to l"UUI.ISIIl:i) GVlilSV TUL'KStlAY. places they demanded, which importantmeasures in the light resulted in having all the interest of thope'oplo. Jnibscription rates 81 a jear orthrce big Senate committees tho same years in advance S'J. citadels of special privilege that SPOUT SPRING. I. fi. liiinjhcr, l'ulillshcr. they were in the previous Con John Ballard of Winchester, gress. tiuterctl as second-fin- s until mutter. was hero with relatives two days Before the Republican caucus was held the regular Republicans this week. .Mny IS, 1011. Thursday, of the Senate signed an agreeElder Georee. W. Mcintosh ment by which they agreed to took three headf horses to Mr. CLUB RATES. Sterling Monday hut found tho For the convenience of our sub-- s give the progressives a market too dullfto make satisfac rihers, we have arranged eluluates representation on all the ' with the following papers at prices tory sales. Senator Penrose, who below mentioned : signed the agreement for the Tho fine rafn Friday night T.io Timks and regulars is said to have bitterly came at a veryopportune time Courier-Joiirn$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 arraigned his regular colleagues as fanners were beginning to for puttinghim in the position of complain of the ground " Louisville Herald getting 90 his political word, very naru to pipw. " Home and Farm 75 breaking " Irliind Farmer 1.00 which he declared he had alwavs " American Farmer !)0 especially prided himself upon Christian, Endeavor. " Southern Agriculturist 75 keeping inviolate. Program for' the Christian Society meeting Sunday It now develops that Penrose's A remarkable vote for the evening May 21st. breach of faith with the progresi ted Slates Senate was recorded Topic "Growing into Larger sives was forced by White House when the resolution to bring Work." President Taft conthe direct, election senators pressure. Leader Mrs.'AV. T. Wood. was made the unlinished business siders progressives like LaFol- Organist Reese Shinifcssel. lette his personal enemies, and and therebj given precedence Song by Society. all other measures. Sixty-fiv- e he doesn't want them in a posi4:2(5 82). Bible Lesson-(Ma- rk senators voted on the side wf tion to assist in bringing about "Growth is tint Law of Life" the passage of legislation like the thu general proposition to live Mrs. J. G. Easter. Every Democrat and ev- farmers' free list bill, which they "Condition of' growth" Mr. ery progressive Republican pres- could do by combining with the A. M. Burgher. ent, voted in the allirniative. This Democrats if given the represen-tatioSong by Society. on the big committees to doesn't mean that the light "Sowing and- condition of direct elections has been won which their numerical strength Growth" Mrs. J. II. Burgher. "Growth of a Christian" PaD outright. Rut it does mean that entitles them. rick Henry. the great majority of the tory The farm papers are portraying bong by Society. senators have learned that they great benefits to the firmer in "An Imperative Demand" cannot pursistently resist public the use of automobiles. Whv Sallie Fletcher. sentiment and hope to retain Song by Society. their seats. Sit one believes that should tho average farmer invest $1500 in an automobile. There Roll OaP. Mu area i .uujonty or tor cna-- t is practically no increased servBenediction. trs who voted with the progresice added to the farmers' needs; sives wanted to vote as hey did. They were prompted solely by a it must como in as a luxury and where are thero in this realization that the public (any farmers able to all'ord a $1,- a Hnnge in the the method of fieri in; senators, and that 500 luxury and especially one further defiance of the public that costs so much to keep it on am T 7 riMHS c con-sid- er Shoe Sale Having decided to make a change in our line of Shoes wo havd one-four- th inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our shoes arc sold out und until this is done we are offering our full line of Shoes tit com-mittce- s. Greatly Reduced Prices Come in and investigate our line nnd get suited in n good service- En-deav- able shoe for yourself or same time anyone of tho family und at tho U-- ti ut ir Save Money on every purchase you make. This sale will last until our entire the stock is stock is sold. nnd choice. Comu.whjlf! unbroken .and get pick n - 3I3S25S M rs. J. W. Williams. I the. ns dons mi nntnmnhiln lie reseiltment;' pa-i'ipt- ITiie The headlines of tho daily u that according to a decision ot the Supreme Court of tho United States, the Standard Oil Comp. ny is a monopoly in lestraint of trade and must be dif.solv.il 'thin six moths. This A man whose breath was per-- f is too to b true. The courts tuned with liquor, and who have been "mighty" long in could hardly stand up straight, finding out .jvhat so many people came into our ollice one duv this have known for so long. So much week hurrahing for O' Rear for for the bright Deinocrotiu outGovernor. He said O'Rear was look. It i evident that the pen-- l sure to be nominated and almost ie of these United Slutes are sure to bo elected this fall. IIo yet wanting a fair deal and have said, however, all the "whiskey turned to the party that will give men"ot both parties were strong it to them. Now the g o. p. ap- against O'Rear. As we looked pears in tho limelight trying to at him and listened to what he hold its ground by doing things had to say we could not help it should have done years before wonder what people it was he this time, but the people will regarded as "whiskey men". wonder why so much activity at thm late hour and keep on vot Diaz was ready to relent all ing tho Democratic ticket, the ;the time provided the rebels Miiirce of all true modern re- were strong enough to make him forms. do so. automobile, however" is good for at least one thing. It has popularized good roads with a class of people that formenv cared but little about the roads, and they have the people who should be interested wrought up to almost a pitch of action. Safety Unvarying Courtesy Uuexcelled Facilities, and at the service of the ."' smallest depositor j The Clay City National Bank. VJ - I Hanna's Green Seal "THE MADE-T0-WEA- HOPE & MILLS eTjOTJT R PAINT" A PROUD OF HER CA GS, Hrend and pies tho woman is who has made them from Hon: Mills' flour. Nueces in bread or cake linking is always mire to follow when you u0l this hih and eatUfaetory Hour, sold every wlieic. Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. It is TEST THE QUALITY. is a difference. a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There The printed formula appears on every package cf Hanna's Green Seal Paint. L : U U1CU piUUUU. iL This is an cvideace of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have ).... FOR SALE BY Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky.'l Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. ;BaaKaaaaEaHa THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Coulee, of Mt Sterling, visited relatives hero n short time this week. A Burglar's Awful Deed. may not paralyze a home so com plctely as n mother's long illness, But Dr. Kind's New Life PMJh are PAP Kit. son of Dick died' Sunday, May 11th Bartlett, at Cynthiana, Ky. Burial in Montgomery county Tuesday at the Bartlett graveyard. He is a nephew of Mrs. J. W. Jewell of Omer Bartlett, We Give Away Absolutely Free of Cost& 1 THURSDAY, a splendid remedy for women. May 18, 1011. "They gave mo wonderful benefit in constipation and female trouMr. 0. 0. Enton visited homo ble," wrote Mrs. M. 0. Dunlup, folks Monday night. of Lead ill, Tenn. If ailing, try Swann-DaLumber Roscoo Bowman is down with thorn. 25a at Co.'s store. measles near the ctiy. . y LOCAL BREVITIES. this city. Birthday Party. Wm. Byrnes, the pioneer railMany are the fishermen', hut road man of Powell county, has few the fish they nil get away. just, completed n cut changing W. S. Roberts is very low at the channel of Lulbegrud creek his homo in this city with stom- tinder the bridge over that creek ach trouble.consisting of about 1200 yards. - and deadly perils to guard against May Niblack, Grace Martin, W. W. Wilson, of Pineville, mi in swamps and marshes, bayous, rene Wood, Messrs. Gilbert was here a short while the first and lowlands. These are the ma- White, Joseph Derickson, narry of the week with friends. laria germs that cause ague, chills O'Rear and Fenton Duncan. Mrs. John Wiseman, of Chat- and fever, weakness, aches in the Saved Child From Death. tanooga, Tenn., visited her broth- bones and muscles and may induce V. Jewell this week. Bit- "After our child bad suffered from er, J. deadly typhoid. But Electric ters destroys and casts out these vi- severe bronchial trouble for a y.ar," receivMrs. J. W. Will'ams lias fiom the blood. ''Three wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richand ed a nice line of Ladies Skirts and cious germs Hudson's Mills, Ala,, "we feared it will bottles diove all the malaria from is selling them at prices that my system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, had consumption. It had a bad make them go fast. of Lueuma, N. C, "and I've had cough all the time. We tried ma New millinery just arrived at fine health 'ever since." Use this ny remedies without avail, and Mrs. J. W. Willinms and at pleas-- Bafe, sure remedy only. 50c at doctor's medicine seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr. King's New ing prices. Call and pick your Swann Day Lumber Co's. store. Erns "too Discovery, and are pleased to say choice. Eggs for Sale. that one bottle effected a complete Egus of pure bred poultry. Several of the younger folks cure, and our child is again strong Barred Plymouth Rocks, 50c per attended the College Commenceand healthy." For coughs, colds, ment at Stanton. Monday night. setting of 15 eggs. hoarsness, logrsppe, asthma, croup Brown Leghorns, 75c per setting and sore lungs, its the most infall meeting The Ladies' Prayer of 15 eggs. Price ible remedy that's-madewas held ut the home of Mrs. E. and Broadway, Cor. White Leghorns, $1 per setting 50c and 81 00. Trial bottle free. N. W llson on Tuesday afternoon. of 15 eggs. Lum Guaranteed by Swann-DaMrs. Nettie Welch, W. S. Roberts, was taken to ber Co. Clay City, Ky. Lexington yesterday to consult a specialist. He returned home In these days of free schools , in the afternoon. and educational opportunity it i FRUIT and SHADE The first examination of the would be oxpected that every year for white teachore will be white man should be able to read held at Stanton Friday and Sat- and write, yet it is not true. I PLANTS. STRAWBERRY When a marrago license is issued urday of this week. Blackberries, the applicant is required to sign 5 Asparagus, Albert Welch, who moved from his name to certain statements, P Raspberries, Roses, Rhu- this couuty to Indiana a few and the number who sign by barb, etc. months ago, was hero a few days "making their mark" instead of I Write for free catalogue, tiiis week on a business mission. writing their name is astonishWe have no agents. j Mrs. J. W. Williams has just ing. Winchester Democrat. : H. F. Hlllenmeyer received a nice shipment of elegant Catarrh Cannot be Cured d? Sons, lace curtains thai will please her with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as lady customers. Ask to see them they cannot reach the seat of the P LEXINGTON, KY. when you are at this store. disease. Catarrh is a blood or conJ. D. Williams,, the spoke and stitutional disease, and in order to remWe invite you to call and see our line timber man, is on Frozen Crook, cure it you must take internal edies. Hall's Cutarrh Cure is taBreathitt county, this week takon 2 OAPITAIi STOCK, 8100,000 of Spring and Summer goods. We can ining up stock for the plant at this ken internally, and acts directly SURPLUS AND UNthe blood and mucous surfaces. place. DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 meryou who appreciate Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack It was prescribed by Had you noticed how much medicine. the lowest possible prices. chandise . THE the grnss looks and how one of the best physicians in this better WlTSTOHKSTER BANK. much cleaner the streets are country for years and is a regular OK WlNOHNTBIl, KY. tunceUie elimination of the hog prescription. It is composed of the We have nil the new tilings in Drees Goods, Neckwear, & best tonics known, combined with at large? running the best blood purifiers, acting di- Ej N. Holly Witiiehspoon, Phks. j etc., & etc., for women and misses. We are sole agents WANTED Salesman and surfaces.'The Ej W. R. Sl'IIAK. rectly on the mucous for "Q'leen Quality" shoes for women, and havo all the on salary and communion to perfect combination of the two inHti'l Sewing Machines and collect hoth in oxfords and pumps. now styles in gredients is what produces such Y', YOUR ACCOUNTS SOI.ICITKD on accounts. Party must furnish wonderful results in curing Catarrh. We also have a line of millinery. This season our hats horse and wagon. Call on or write Send for testimonials free. will all bo trimmed by one of the best milliner linns in to Singer Sowing Machine Co., InF. .1. Chtney &. Co., Toledo, O. corporated, Winchester, Ky. and of course will be right up to the minute. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Mrs. Clyde Rumlield, of Take Hall's Family Pills for We would like to show you men and boys our lines of Ohio, is here at the bedclothing, hats, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before Watchmaker side of her father, W. S. Rob-crtFarm for Sale. buying elsewhere, for we feel sure that we can suit you, Jeweler, who continues very ill; A 500 acres, 4 miles north of Stanmessage has been sent his son also that you will seo that we will save you money. ton, 4 room house, 10 acre tobacco who is in Tennessee. shoes for men and boys, ami 100 acres in cultivation balbarn, We handle "Walk-Ove- r" i It Startled the World in .good timber, estimated to ance have all the new things In low cuts. when the astounding claims wepe cut 1,000,000 feet, 100,000 feet or All Kinds of Watch and Clock We also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit llrst mude from Uucklen's Arnica which is yellow poplur. One of Repairing cn Short Notice and RcaaoHablc Tern., SAT1SPAC- Salve, Nit forty years of wonderful the best corn and tobacco farms in Cases, Matting, Hugs, WMl Paper, Cook Stoven, Hoofing, HON GUARANTEED. Line of P cures huvu proved them true, and Powell county. This is good limeIn fact think can supply your every wunt. and ete. everywhere it is now known us the stone lund and 5 miles south of bent Halve on mirth for. Burns, Holla, Levee, Ky. Will be sold ut a bar. Call and ace me hi the Red Scalds, Spres, Cuts, Bruise, Sprains gain if sold at once. Anyone washRiver Hotel Budding, Swellings, Eczelna, Chapped hand ing to buy apply to E. n. Moss, KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, Mt. JJterling, Ky. Fever Sores and Piles. Only 3ro OiKJA; ' ft Swaiin?Duy Lumber Co.'s store.. H.K.K, Ihone ' I- Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? Jas. B. Hall, the stave and horseman of Lexington, was in No , never. Its foolish to fear a Marie Petitt, Abbio .and Maxie the city Tuesday. fancied evil, when there arc real Rogers, Oueda Daniel, Dollie Helen Vollmer, the sweet little daughter ofMr; and Mrs. E. O. Vollmer, celebrated her eighth birthday by a pretty party at her homo on the 10th itist. The little folks spent a joyful af ternoon playing games on the spacious lawu, after which they were treated to ices and fruits of the most delicious kinds and varieties. Those present were Misses Helen and Gertrude Vollmer, Oaptola and Gladys Stewart, Miss The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain inlish, or Medicine bimplilicil, by K. V. fierce, At. C... U., D.i.iriinM.lli.J Phit.M.. tn (I,. 1.,.t!.t. II.... I I Kt,t t:nl Tn.tillltA n . TtlifToln n kni.L nl IftAQ I - I over 700 illustrations, in strong paper covers, to any one sending 21 one-cestamps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in French Cloth binding for 31 stamps. Over 680,000 copies of this complete Family Doctor Boole were sold in cloth binding at regular price of $1.50. Afterwards, one and a half million copies were given away as above. A new, revised edition is now ready for mailing. Dctter send NOW, before all are gone. Address World's Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. ry THE ONE REMEDY for woman's peculiar ailments good enough that its makers are not ofrnid to print on its ootsido wrapper its every ingredient. habit-formin- DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE No Secrets PRESCRIPTION No Deception. g no drugs. Made from native medicinal forest roots of well established curative value. THE ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol and i Buy Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, - Cultivators FROM- 1 Grubbs & Benton, Main . y Winchester, - Ky. TREES. Spring and Summer Goods. up-to-da- terest te at f Col-lect- low-cut- s, Cin-nat- i, n. I J.P.nAUPPIN, s, t , Hardwick & Co., Stanton, j I ' WASHINCiTON' NOTES. i privilege 'la-- saodlo. shall occupy County Organjier and Manager . leading Fraternal Insurance Order desires in reliable whiff lluiiFf of l.'jr'"ontutiv;8 Intsj I'l'Oii close investigation the passed more procres-jiva ml an- - "formers' free list" bill becomes man to tako ch'arge of its work i tiuM legislation introduce flit than tin Re-- . mighty interest iiig measure. It in this County-t,'iibicans imsM-iOrder solicit Members collect in fourteen untaxes many articles the s administration of that 'is use, but it means about as monthly duw "Organize lodge up and iiranch or Congress. much to all other consumers. It point and munage so on. in-- , l,,l,H 100 articles The achievement j of common usu lude.-- the passage of a bill pro- No previous experience is needed, the free list and it is estimat- iding for the niiblicity of cam- - tMl 'hat it will save the public us we will teach you how to ojier- iigu contributions before in-- j J'i" $300,000,000. The nieasuse ute. This is a'dulendid nnnnrtun 'v . won't hit the revenues hard, ity for a good man, with liberal read of alter ; the pay and chance of promotion. of L'nited States Senators cither. Tho tarill" is nearly ivo on the 100 articles' Devote spare, tinie at start, with y direct vote of the people; so that the custom gets whole time later on. with Canada and tin Well known main wanted, strict iirmers' free li.--t bill, with othei 'idy fl,o00,000 from this source. .iinilur legislation to follow ly honest, good ability, one who is Dismayed at the reverses sus- a bustler nnd will get out and push ;ioinptly. tained in the last election, dis- - the work forward. Agitation for much of this This is a (jrcai chunce to become has been aniim on foi ouraged over the outlook for the ' The Kepublicaiis hean future, and realizing that they an influential le!adur( to help your can take no stand against the fellow man and make a good income lie demand of the people for but could not enact sucl progressive Democratic legist: - for yourself tit the same time. ion that will be backed up by ie;:ilation as has been passed b This Society puys benefits for popular sentiment, the Kepnbli-'a- sickness, accident and death. Tha he IJemocratic House because minority in the House of kdges have grand ritualistic work, iliey luyl f(r years been receivRepresentatives presents a sorry strictly new and.'up'to-datin eving enonnotiscampaign contribu-- i ' urns from the tariff trusts and pectacle. ery particular. .Minority Leader Mann seelns ther interests which are opposNo other orde'rfelike it was every ed to progressive legislation ol io be following no set policy, ex started. Over GoOO Slembersliiiis ' cept ono of general obstruction already issued and growing very lie character passed by the to anything the Democrats may fast. suggest. 'I lie Republicans have not onl Write immediately for further particulars, giving full information been obliged not to interfen DiHerim: radically on the the .Republicans are not e of yourself in letter. "Address in iththe monopolies and proliis confidence, Supreme Commander of the tarill' trusts, but because ven harmonious on Mr. Mann's General, Uox "AB293, Covington, of having accepted ;. campaign policy of obstruction. Progress- Ky. r lum!& frr. m the- great corpora-iion- ive Republicans like William Potato Sltps for Sale. they have been practically Kent of California, declare they Sweet potato . sliSi1 reudy for compelled' to extend to them were not elected to waste time transplanting by, May 15th. from investigation as in blocking legislation C Prior, or in well as prosecution. badgering any other party, lie Spout Spring, Ky. was elected to serve the public .More than a score of resolutions providing for the investiga- interest, and he intends to do Commissioner's Sale. tion of the steel trust, the sugar this. Several other progressives PovoM Circuit Court. trust and the other biir indus- hold the su me view, which makes Mr. Mann's position all the more O. W. Lylu's Admr. PlidntilTs trial combines were introduced versus in every session of Congress trying. G. W. Lylo's'heirs'-- . Defendants. while the Republicans were in. The maioritvof the Renubli Notice of Sale, " , The.-.e- . poWer. resolutions, one cans, however, do , nothing -- but. Pursuant tojudgitand'order of and all, ,were referred to com- grumble and oppose, apparently sale of the Powell Cirouit'Cburt entermittees that had been especially incapable of understanding tllut ed in the above, styled cause, I will on Hacked by Speaker Gannon with the public cannot be deceived by Thursday the 15th day of June, 1011, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. men friendly to special privilege, unintelligent partisan action, and 4 o'clock p. nu at the old G. V. with the result that all such which has no higher purpose Lyle residence on Hardwick's creek, in committee. than that of public deception in near Vaughn's Mill, sell at public micSow it is dill'erent. Kor the the interest of a political organ- tion to the highest and best bidber the old home-farof said G. W. Lyle, Sr., lust time since the trust cj ue. ization already in public dis adjoining the lands of I. T. Sams' heirs i ion has been acute, the House of favor. Bud ltush, D. R Duniel. Jeff Wright A l farm-year'sub-agen- (llV CI,YIh Jl. TAVKXXEll.l Iii .six eekc (lie Democratic Wanted. If! d-f- j ts i Mot. Knvr Simply a Carra'bai Car Ssrvace In tho MAHATHOX 0il cet nil it. Bnt don't nccryt ntir mere statement. for we cau couviucu jou cf iU tttUh. svlllrh di'Mrlliia. In Ve ...!' f. have a '.ii.:"' ' " f,al ' ft?f'Vi?ffi?i:?. " e s elei-tion- s pro-lib- it rec-procit- y con-erne- sound motor car value. MARATHON model tlmo of trlisc yr'txre hp. piuuli'3 to think tf llio car sou luund UtmcmlxT, whin yon bur. thit th nbo- iuio limit or uoilar lor itoll ir return Is re icum in cms selllni' unatr C2.00O. Wlicu more, yonr returns are not In pr portion to your Investment. 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I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit up. At last 1 took Cardui and now 1 can do my housework. I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women," Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES s 1 - SlJtWRY Eust-Bqutid. OF L. & E. TIflE TflSLE. Effective April 30, 1911. West-Boun- No. 2, Daily. 1 No. 4, u Dally. A. M. .' Stations.' ' No. 1, Daily Ex gun A. M. No 3 Daily. P. M. 5:35 No. 5, Sunday 0niy A. M. 10:30 x 0:50 -- M. -- l,cpic.entnties has an anti-trus- t, majority. Tlie result is that the big committees aie named by men who are free to go. ahead and investigate, and if the evidenco warrants, to take the proper ste s toward bringing about the pros ecution of illegal combinations hi existence 111 restraint of trade. Kor the lirst time in a guod Uii.iix .wins the Capitol of the i niteil States will boon be the of honest investigations of !he inuiistml trusts of the conn-tiy- . Heretofore it bus been inipos ible lor the government to con-frthe iisi i because the trusts com lolled the government. Now ii m to in determined wi. ether ue gov eminent of the people or -o! Most of the Republican mid iiiein- 0. C. Daniel, 'iO Jr!, and' containing lieis of the House of Representatives who voted against, reciproc ity sought to defend their votes by declaring the measure was the best interests of the farmers, and that as they prided themselves tipou being freinds of the farmers at every turn in the rood, they could not bring them selves to vote for the reciprocity bill. Then came the farmers' free list bill, which untaxed agricultural implements and nearly the farmer uses. Here was a golden opportunity for the friends of the farmers! Rut. Io and behold, when it icaiiie time to vote, 101) Rcpuhlb tuns Tuonan iween so louu in proclaiiuiiii: their allection for lie farmers, voted aainst the ' farmers' free list, bill ' iii t i i I We Ask Ton to tal: i CrJui, b. y-1. t 3 & tnul Mio-'M- ' v.l.' h .p R,incmbrr that nuiij icrnsdy for your female v,'3 aio suro It i I with the group !' of Semite 'l'nrie.4 tlmt is tiliimiiiii. I to interfere with the passage of ilsuch measures as tin free list lull, is NeNon Wiliiiarth Aldiieh ot Rhode island. Nojn Mr. Aldrich is connectei unly with iiu institution of his 'own creation, culled the moiie r, enuimifji ii. Til" co on jk I anti-trus- , jv u aures. This sale will humtidc about on a credit of sixtwelve and eighteen mouths, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security and having the force and effect of u replevin bond. At the. sinnu time and place I will sell that tract of laud known as the Tar Kiln llolluw tract on the waters of Knckcoon branch adjoining the laud of Marion Curtis and containing about 11) acrt'S ; and at the same time and place I will sell a tract at the foot of the Estill Kurnace,ini)iintaiu on Hardwick's creek adjoining the lands of Wassou heirs and Noah ltuascll and containing about' 30 acrees; and the same time and place I will sell a certain house and lot in Clay City known us lot No. 'Si and 28,- in block Mo. 01 and now occupied by William Lyle, These, lust named tracts will bu Bold on a credit of six months, purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security bearing interest from date and having. Che force and e fleet of a replevin bond. Aiiy one desiring to Inspect the property will call on or communicate with LC. Lylo, Vaughns Mill, Ky., or M. It. fcyle, Stanton, Ky. Witness my hand; this 11th day of April. 1011. KOMUMJS JACKSON, .Meter Com'r. - 1:5? 2:10 2:24 2:38 2:40 2:51 2:57 3:15 3:35 3:58 4:55 5:00 l:l.r 7:20 8:02 8:10 8:32 8:50 9:00 U'Jin Lexinglnn, .Vinchei-ter- , 8:45 8:02 4:53 4:37 L. & E. Junction, Indian FieldB, CI aY CITY, Stifnton, Uoyslyu. 7:50 7:35 7:15 7:0G 0:40 9:25 0:08 . 4:23 4:05 3:50 3,:5l 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 9:00 8:C4 '8,548 7:n0 0:54 0:39 6:3(5 :21 3:lo 9:12 9:2 9:30 9:43 10:05 10:57 11:05 11:25 Filson, Cutnptnn .Tnnctlon, 345 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beuttvville Jet, O. & K. Junction, Jnckson, tinicksand, 5:58 5:05 5:00 8':32 S:30 8:15 7:54 7:05 7:00 CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make connection at Lexington with the L. fe. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will ninke connection. with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. HAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con- I nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. 0. & K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and O. & K. stations. UKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1 and 2 make connection with the L. & A. ltuilway to und from Beattyville, Ky. Train 1 No. 3 from Jackson, with the L. is A. for Beattyville. CHAS. SCOTT, GenM Passenger Agent. I la rcootnU(tuu ihemuailuMl poultrx U tbe onur.:iuoJy tbuC can U) dupeodwl It on uritu utwuluto cerUilnty to euro uaa I'rovcnt remcJrci( thowoiia. nourbon Poultry Curo SAVE YOUR FOWLS Onpeii, Clioleru. I.otip, - llmbtrucck. drops thoilrtnltlqircxUudkkeep Diarrhoea eifl nil vvutur tutian ct poultry A low la (owmljotUby und Iroo Iron disease. A5- oWt'loiu.iJt' WecJIonioi For tbo trcuuncot ct LlacUhcil unt) otbir CUuuxc.t lo n. ;a P has ui-- f br iurht rc'if to t!iou Vt.t, .., i.3 , sndsof j Jlw v; ak- te -- the ft ft lh-'M- -. (J nv- - .'ur.y bt- -i nv ;a!s r. I ' vo s"M It U tuk- -' Try CMA in This Cit v J Itl the reactionarie-- . just u ho did while olli.iully a Sonutor. 0,11 occupied by the Ii nance committee, to which wilt go the frt'H J;t bill. As a matter of fact Mr. Aldrich keeps in clone touch ' with Hie room Bourboaoicoai 7 4Ti y & hag no l I Km, W.W.RiltoD.IIopKan::U,Kv.,iart "I bn been rtUliig chickens foforatlv Miyyti'cvli r Ilmiihnn KniHiyCui i bavt evef utca M Cbaicu uuj laj.ci." irJr lr i( I P,CI,l,attj,K.,MT' (mm 'T,m' i ci Utr - Bfl' ' ii id (. ,aio JjiiiUmcck." jt Llicucia U . ! I 'nuvlr. io 4- -d Bourbon tAII LuiJlo Orugaiat. ' Rornody Co., .tey..u.'s.A. SOo oor C'nttla. Trial. Vial Fr. by Swann-Da- y Clay City. 4J)r. ;GoM " Hardwick & Co., s. Stanton.