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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 25, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911052501_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 25, 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 COT TIMES 81. 00 a Year in Advance. We are here to help Clay City, Country ani Oorselves. .1. E. Burgher, 1'uhlisbcr. VOL. XVI. THE COMMENCEMENT. CLAY CITY, K.Y., THURSDAY Wednesday night tho graduat ing exercises took place. Thero were four graduates Misses Bet sey Bowen, who was valedictori an, having taken the highest hon ors of the class, Isa Chester, salu tatorian, second honor, Lilly II lah Knox, and Mr. Chester Spur lock. All these delivered ora tions which were well receiv ed. The evening closed with a highly entertaining and instruc tive address on the subject, "Tho Making of a Man", by the Rev. J. Knox Montgomery, D. D., President of Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio. Dr. Mont gomery pleased the crowd, and will receive 'a most hearty and cordial reception should he ever return to the county. Altogether the Commencement exercises atStanton College were one of the most notable occasions ever held in the county. Powell should be proud of such an insti tution and give it hearty sup port. We are informed that new catalogues have been pub lished and are ready for distribu tioti. Any one writing the Pres ident will be gladly turnished with all information concerning Preparations are the College. already being mado for next year's work, when .1 larger at tendance than ever is expected. Tho Boston Tribune-Democr- at MAY 15. J 0 1 J. NO. 21 LOUISVILLE BOOSTERS. Commencement week at Stanton College will be long remembered. It wub a very decided success in every particular, and the different exercises were thoroughly enjoyed by the large crowds who attended. The of this institution was demonstrated by the numbers of persons from all over the county and even from other counties who were present at the Commencement. President Hanley preached the baccalaureate sermon on Sabbath morning from the text Matthew 11 :29, "Learn of Me." He dwelt upon the importance of having some definite, lofty purpose in life, and spoke of qualities of character necessary to accomplish such a purpose. The eeclamation contest on Monday night was a most interesting and Six exciting entertainment. and three young young ladies gentlemen took part, and all of them acquitted themselves with a great deal of credit. The prize was a handsome gold medal, and pop-ularit- y was won by Miss Mila Knox, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Knox, of Stanton. The oxorcfseB of tho primary department on Tuesday afternoon were most thoroughly Misses Kabele and Welsh had their little ones drilled to The fan drill and perfection. the playlet, "Cinderallp", were executed in a charming manner by the, tots, as was also the May pole drill on the college campus. The musical recital on Tuesday evening, consisted of an entertaining program of vocal and instrumental selections, which were well rendered, and demond. offered a year'.s subscription for a correct answer to the conundrum, "Why is a newspaper like a woman?" Ihe prize was won by Mrs. Mary Roberts, of Springfield. Mo., and the answer was: "Every man should have one of his own and not be running after his neighbor's." Ilurtford Herard. Elder J. M. Rash, of Winches-ter- , will preach at the Christian church in this city Saturday night Sunday morning and night. El- - I have, been told that Louisstrated the fact thtit the talent dor J. T. Turpin will also be ville has the best dressmakers in along the' musical line is being presjjnt at the Sunday night's America. Personally, I know it developed most creditably service by previous appointment. to be a fact that persons come to Louisville from Chicago, Cincinnati and Indianapolis to have gowns mude. The modistes go from here to Paris to study the fashions. How well they are branches. G. Easter. "In Spite of this Prohibition" Wm. Davis, of Vaughn's Mill, Louisville proud of every Gran Ilackworth. is anxious for every is finishing his shingle contract Song by Society. Kentuckian to be proud of Lou- in Montgomery county. He will "We Disciples have forty Misisville. As Mayor of Louisville move his mill to Ilardwick's sionaries in Japan Mrs. W. O Creek in a few days. at the head of I feel that Martin. the foremo8trcity of the South. The announcement "Across the Japan Sea to Kois the avenue frojn the North which was made for the It orphan to the South dm country. Through children has made a good start, rea" A. M. Burgher. it flows the stream of commerce, the collection for last Sunday "The Missionaries in Korea" and as time passes it will grow, exceeding one dollar. However Miss Mollie Johnson. Song by Society. wider and deeper. this will mean something to the Roll Call. greatest mar- orphans. Lonisvillfis, the Benediction. ket in the So'uthwest and the The Sunday school held its regSouth. It cau compete with any Notice to Taxpayers. city in this country. Exception- ular appointment at the ChrisMany persons have yet failed to al facilities are offered to mer- tian church Sunday. Owing to come forward and settle their tan anchants and others to visit this the general tardiness an nouncement was made to meet now far past due. Unless prompt market. Our wholesale houses will have settlement is made are second to none and our relail one hour earlier making the time to levy and sell property to make now 2 p. m. Let's remember establishments are the talk of the tax now duo the county, statv the time. the country. Their displays are and school board. Thi May 4th, 15)11. A. H. .Norton, extraordinary and embrace qualSubscribe for the Times. Tax Collector. ity, style and value. Ken-tuckian, The Louisville' Boosters as they are termed will be wjth nstoday, having made their circuit over the L. & N. to towns and cities in the lltli district to yesterday when they went over the L. & A. by Beattyville to Jackson where they staid over night. The spe- magnificent metropolis. cial train carrying these boosters With all Kentucky standing will arrive here at 11 :50 and de- loyally by Louisville, the city part at 12:45. will leap in size and importance, We extend a most hearty wel- aud before my term of office excome to these heads of houses pires I expect to see it a city of from our dear old Kentucky me- more than 800,000 inhabitants. tropolis and hope they will sucWILLIAM O. HEAD, ceed in getting more business Mayor of Louisville. from Clay Clay which they so richly deserve to do. Mill. Mayor W. O. Head, of Louisville, has issued the following adTeachers examinations were dress which should be read by ev- found to be rather difficult. A- ery resident of the State. rithmetic and Civil GovernniRiit being harder than any other TO THE PEOPLE OF real sinews for Louisville and aid its citizens to make it a bigger and a greater city. Louisville people have the kindest feeling for the people out in the State, and these people entertain, 1 know, more than a friendly feeling for us. Surely, then, Louisville is bound to become a more SPOUT SPRING. Wm. Edge went to Winches ter Saturday on a business sion. mis- Farmers are pretty much through planting coin in th community. Miss Zella Sams took tho e animation for teachers' certili; cate at Stanton last Friday an Saturday. Christian Endeavor. Vaughn's Program for tho Christian En deavor Society meeting Sunday evening May 28th. Topic "A Missionary Journey Around the World." Leader George Fletcher. Organist Grace Shimfessel. Bible Lesson (Acts 17:1-14- ) Song by Society. "Continuing our Journey or Missionary KFN-TUCK- Inspection' Mrs. .1. Im ly . T 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, I i Just Received a nice line of j Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You to serve their customers by their steadily increasing number of patrons. When women solect Louisville as the place in which to huye their dresses made it is safe for all others to come here to do their shopping. The manufacturing enterprises in Louisville number no less than two thousand and 'embrace the production of every article that contributes to the comfort and Louisville success of mankind. is rapidly becoming one of the great itiduatriul 'points of this republic. It is one of tho greatest all-- a round markets for tho farmer. The greatest plow factory in the world is located here. One of fho groatest wagon factories iu the world is operated here. And is shown so I IU Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and S jfi are Belling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are gl tgj gtf paving Money. - You can do the same thing. If you are not ulready one of our many pleased customers, come round ome day and give our place a look through and let us price you sonii- of our goods.Theywillonenyoureyestoan opportunity. in ull Hues Louisville is a will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. leader aud not a follower. Louisville rieeda the aid of the good people of Kentucky. It can- uot8Ucceed without their assist. aim, if wtw.vn rueui u Louisville the great central ox- change in everything that rt)lut-t- o business u'ini tofylousuro. peqplo of Kentucky supply Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by mcngpr or otherwise and if you live l in Clay City or near our fctore we will "deliver thegoods" 'ihe Him 1 THE TIMES. rUHMSHUD KV1SKY THUltSDAT. STRENGTH m of Paynter Apparent Hl5 Record Best Refutation of Cam maker as he.waa judge," writes Editor Westoverln the Grant County News, and continues: "If theDtm-ncrnt- s nrn wlsn thpv will keen Paynter where he is for another' Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance S2. . ) 15. term." ' J paign Utterances of tils Opponent Editors Stand Uurglier, Publisher. second-clas- s For the Right. Entered ns mull matter. May 25, 15)11. Thursday, CLUB RATES. For tho convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 n Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 al Commonwealth Attorney of the Maysville district has brought suit against tho Standard Oil Company, the American Tobacco Company and the International Harvester Company, in which he alleges that they are trusts and have conspired to, regulate the prices, quality and quantity of various commodities sold by each, all of which is against tho law and peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Ky. and asks damages in the sum of $5,000 inst each of said companies. a-- g- The Supreme Court of the linked States in their recent decision in the Standard Oil Company case seemed to outline a reitonable and an unreasonable combination to control prices and rather indicated that there were two kinds of trusts, good and bad. So to be allowed to live trust in the future good trust. The Court 'might have regarded the trusts bad and worse and came nearer hitting the mark. most a must be a A dispatch from Frankfort says: Reports coming in to headquarters here of United States Senator Thos H. Paynter, who is seeking an In dorsement in the Democratic Stale primary election of July 4, ure that he is growing in strength daily, as Kentucky Democrats become better acquainted with the record he has made, and is making, in that high oillce. and with tne character of demagogic campaign thut is being waged against him, Tho inform u tiou received is to the effect that tins voters are realizing more clearly the culiber of Senator Paynter, and oi his opponent, the Congressman from the First District and to know that the latter does not measure up to the big job he is seeking. Senutor Paynter continues to con- duet his campaign in the diznified manner in which he first presented his candidacy, and he hus received letters from hundreds of Democrats, living in every section of the State, commending his course in avoiding . acrimonious joint debates, that could only result in injury to the party which has in the past so signally honored him and Notice to Stock Owners he relies upon his record as thabest I will be at home c faithfully evidence of his ability to t and afternoon to and intelligently servehis party fi wc.ik, An.yois bis State. How Senator Paynter ranks a- - e should bring u mong the big fellows at Washington recently has been attested in the in the Sen CnSl ate. He was made chairman ot tne committee to examine into the civil service, and is a member of the com. tnittee on Claims, Judiciary, Industrial, Exposition, Philippines and Local-write- high-clas- s, In another editorial paragraph the editor of the Winchester Democrat says': "It will be hard to make the people of Kentucky believe that he is not honest, patriotic and a Democrat. His vote for Lorimer which James thinks an awful crime, really shows motal courage of the highest kind. Paynter knew it to be an unpopular vote, but after heaaing all the evidence he did not think it sufficiently strong to convict." The editor ot lhS Henry County : Before the Lorimer episode We regarded Senator Paynter with comparative indifference, but by virtue of his part in it, he estimation. has risen high in Such a man who can resist the temp tation to play to the galleries, for the sake of his duty as he sees it, deserves to be retained in the Senate." Tho veteran of the Kentucky press, Col. VV. P. Walton, of Lexington, writing in thi Herald, reviews Senator Paynter's respnnbes to the attacks made by James and "Senator Pay liter's concludes: friends are 'reatlv elated over his strong, iunnly and honest btute- ments, and they think the man who is charged with deliberate inten tion to misrepresent him will pay he dearly for it. einuor - a gentleman, a 'Dimucmt mid n man r ihu highcht iutt'fs.iu... Shoe Sale. and until this is done we are offering our full line) of Shoes i Huving decided to' make a chnngV in our line of Shoes we hnve inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our shoes ure sold out at Greatly Reduced Come in and investigate our line and Prices service- get suited in a good or able shoe for yourself or anyone of the family and , nt the fame time '' Save Money, on every purchase you make. This sale' will last until our entire stock is sold. and choice. Come while the stock is unbroken and get pick 1 i prm-nc- . Mrs. J. W. Williams. U7 U7 sSr committee-assignment- s Zn i Robert Blackburn is , being prominetly mentioned as Republican candidate for State. Legislature. Mr. Blackburn has nerved in that capacity before and served his people with credit to the district and himself. The he. Republicans have the majority That Congressman James' plan in the two counties comprising of campaign has not met with the this district and it is porbable approval of the people is best'evi. Senator could hope to take such a commanding position in theSenate, and, in the event of the election of a Democratic President, as now seems assured, no one now in Congress could attain greater promi nence or do more for his State than Clean! and is seeking your business. Strong! Progressive! that no oppoeition will be given denced tiieir nominee. The boiler plate people of Cincinnati are trying to get us to use come Republican speeches free, and in cases has gone so far ns to forward us express prepaid one Republican's initial speech lor Governor. To save expense better leave off such stuff. The Times hasn't the room to print Democratic speeches, let lone speeches of the other side. Big men are sometimes killed their own big statements, when inflated with too much hot air. l.V in tho newspaper criticisms of some of his wild declarations., 'Nobody believes that Paynter is dishonest," writes Editor Leigh of tho fowling Green Messenger, to James' utterances. "Democruts should stand together and build each other up by encouraging public confidence in all their leading men, so that in the general election any of them can lick any Republican," advisesi the Winchester Democrat. "Puynter was an able juYist he went to the Senate and bus proven himself just as able a law be-fo- re The Clay City National Bank. mmmmmmmmmmmv Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-We- ar USE mm . MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, Dread and pies the woman is -- who has made them from. IIoi-- Mills' Success in bread or take lloui. baking is always .sure to follow when you u ihlij high ntl and satisfactory Hour, sold everywhere. Paint" Formula on Every Package DoeaThU Mom Anything to You? A It eipreues tke raker's fakk h tke product. ' I Lata is tke pmcipal ceat ia paiatiag. Tke Material skeuM be tke .best. YOU CANNOT, AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. PR.ALK BY Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. ;. 0. THE AN" TIMES. l'APKR. AL'li HOMK-MAD- LOCAL BREVITIES,. . TIIUItSDAY, ... May 25, 1011. Bill Hilton arriv'ed Iktlv from tlio Solitli. Mrs. .J. Crews Rush, of is visiting Mrs. A; T. ' Oin-dn'na- Whitt. Jr i mm B, M. Mel'herson, tlffi Ho man was licre yesterday from, Win-clicst- cr , V 0 rover Burnett, of It. R. 1 Mt. Sterling, was liero the latter part of the we,ek. ' Miss Carrie Belle McPherson, of Winchester, is visiting friends in tho city. that one bottle effected a complete 0. ShimseEsel bought a nice Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? cure, and our child is again strong comjnnqd horse, in WincheFter No, never. Its. fooHsh to fear a and heulthy." For coughs, colds, Monday foriy.75: r . fancied evil, when there are real Strnwlierries art) ripe but the and deadly perils to guard against crop is being cut short on account in swnmps and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. These are the maof the continued dry weather. laria germs that cause ague, chills New millinery just arrived at and fever, weakness, aches in the Mrs. .1. W. Williams and at pleas- bones and muscles and may induce ing prices. Call and pick your deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitchoice. ters destroys nnd easts out these vi cious germs fiom the blood. "Three J. A. Fox went to Winchester the 'first of the week and return- bottles diove all the malaria from ed with his splendid little black my system," wrote Win. Fret well, of Lu.ei.ma, N. C, "and I've had -pony. r, fine health ever since." "Use this ; (, , J as. A. Wallace, 'ot'IVvJue, has safe, sure reuiody- - only. 5Qc at Announced for State Treasurer of Swann-DnLumber Co's. store. on the Republican , Kentucky ' Reports received by tho De-Miss Serial Rose, of Winches rt inent of Agriculture at WashMrs. A. M. , ington show from year to year n ter visited her aiint, Burgher. decrenso in hog cholera, and I ho Department now stutes'thtty it Mrs. 0. W. Duncan, of White )'.'M("' tlio disease as an epi- Guipliur.Spiiiigs, W. Vu., who demic has about passed. has been visiting relatives in the city and who when sho came here lieid. A nurfclnr'sAful may not paralyze a home po com had just recovered trorn a seveie pletely as a mother's long illness, spell of sickness, was taken much She was Bnt Dr. Kinir's New Life Pills are worse Sunday mprning. a splendid remedy for women taken to the hospital at Lexing'They gave mo wonderful benefit ton Tuesday, being acumpatiicd in constipation and female trou- there by her sister, Mrs. .1 II. ble," wrote Mm. M. 0. Dunlup, O'Rear and Mr., O'Rear. of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, tfy Saved Child From Death. Lumber "After our child bad suffered from them. 2oc at Swann-DaCo.'s store. severe bronchial trouble for a y ar," Richardson, of Rich Mrs. Nora Earnest nnd children wrote-G.T- . I who have been visiting Mrs. ardson's Mills, Ala., "we feared it Earnest's father, S. M. Mapel, at had consumption. It had a bud Irvine the past several weeks, eough all the time. We tried mahave returned home. Mr. Earn- ny remedies without avail, and est whohas.beon in the South doctor's medicine seemed as useless. for some months joined the fam- Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, nnd are pleased to say ily here Saturday. p . y Welcome Words Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their scz should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the advice o( a physician of over 40 years' experience a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases ol women. Every letter of this sort has the mot . . - - r,i. . . . .. . .i - . - - .u.. 4 ., - -. oiivicuiy confidential. Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from Jelling to their local physician. The local physician -- to Women ... .- without "an examination." Dr. Pierco holds that these distasteful examinations arc i5cncrallv nreil. less, and that no woman, except in rare cases, should submit to them. Dr". Pierce's treatment will euro you right tn tho privacy of It Is physician. The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will hear examination. No alcohol and no drugs ore found in it. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don't trifle with your health Write to World's Iispensary Medical Associationi Dr. R V. President, Buffalo, N. Y., take the advice received and be well. habit-formin- g your own home. His ' Favorite Prescription" has cured hundreds of thousands, some of them tho worst of cases. tho only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated Buy Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and hoarsness, lagrsppe, asthma, croup an'd sore lungs, its the most infall Piice ible remedy that s made 50c and SI 00. Trial bottle free LumGuaranteed by Swann-Da- y ber Co. Cultivators FROM H 1'WF. I FRUIT and SHADE TREES. strawM-hsu- 'VLZ MnO r- , plants. Blackberries, Roaes, llhu- - j i y Asparagus, Raspberries, barb, etc. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main an"? ) 5 , ticket. - W. .Wilbams lias receiv- jd a.nice.line of Ladies Skirts and setting of 15 eggs.-selling them at prices that will Browu Leghorns, 75e per setting y 'make them go fust. of 15 eggs. White Leghorns, $1 per setting The L. & E. will run an excur- of 15 eggs. sion to Lexington Sunday to at Mrs. Nettie Welch, :t.end the ball game between Lex- Clay City, Ky. v ington and Winchester. JUrB.vJ. ' Bggs for Sale. Egcs of pure bred poultry. Barred Plymouth, Hocks, , 50c ,per. Write for free catalogue. We have no agents. Broadway, ' H. .' milenmeyer Sons. KY. I Winchester, - Ky. LEXINGTON, " CAPITATj stock. sioo.ooo : Geese livu to a irreat aire, cases tu Mr. and Mrs..E. B. McGlone tiSUKPDUS AND UN- are tho recipients of a little girl being known in which a goose mvilJKD PHOPrw, 100.000 3 , ..which came to their hoino onFri- - hiis lived with u single family for (i a i forty to lifty years. A book pub- flay morning May 10th. a t TIIK lished in 1807, describing travels Fern-hanFred Tipton has gone to in Scotland, tells of a irander P "VVlNCHlSSTlflR IUa'nK. Sj Ohio, to accept .employ- that was killed by accident after ment. Mrs. Tipton will join her having lived at the same place 55 j; X. Holly AViTiiKitrn'oox, Pnuh. , husbaud in about thirty days. for alfout eightv years. j V. Tt. Si'ii.wt. Oahiiiiiu. W Williams has just Mrs. J. Catarrh Cannot be Cured received amies shipment, of elegant with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as VOUR ACCOUNTS- SOLICITED W please her i lace curtains that will they cannot reach the seat of the Ask to gee them disease. Catarrh is a blood or con'lady customers. when you are at this store. stitutional disease, and in order to k, ,.i Spring and Summer j We invite you to call and see our line Old farmers 'tell us that the lieavy locuRV'hlooin .indicates a j good crop year. This gives us .I much encouragement, as the ' bloom this year is exceedingly .,. i'.. WANTED Salesman and Collector on salary and commission to 'Ve'l Sewihg 'Machines 'and collect on accounts. Party must funn'idi horse nnd'wfy'on. Call on or write to Singer Rowing Machine Co., In. i '' "Mieavy. ,;.,,. corporated, r , : Yiijphcator,, Ky. It' lias been hot tho past week, .the hottest weather for May that experienced since 18110. A nice, light shower, foil Monday iibout dark which greatly gardens, liulds and pas-- ; lures. bus-boo- cure it you must tuke internal remedies.' Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfi.ee?. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It whb prescribed by one of the best phytJcians in this coiintiy for years and is u regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood puriiiots, acting directly on the. mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimouiule free. P. J. Chtney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by DrugglstB, prlco 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for i j.p.nAUPPiN,! Watchmaker V? i of Spring and Summer goods. terest you who appreciate We can te in- up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. 9CBWW Jeweler, t We liuvt) nil the new things in Dress Goods, Neckwear, tfc All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms.. SATISFAC- Line of HON GUARANTEED. etc., & etc., for women ami mies. We are sole 'ttrentN fur women, and have all the for "Queen Quality" j f new btyles in l low-cut- hoth in oxfords and jniinjt. Yiu of We also have a millinery. This season our firms in hat.-wi- ll Jevelry Call CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. r all he trimmed by one of the het milliner s Cin-nat- i, and see me in the Red, River Hotel Building, KENTUCKY. 4. and of course will he right up to tlio minute. our line ol We would like to show you, men and bo-clothing, hats, shoes, neck wear, shirts and ete., before Inlying elsewhere, for we feel sure tlnit wo, can suit you, .i..M-'l--H'i- p , ,' ' fi It Startled the World astounding uluiuia were lirst uiaiiit from UuoklenV Arnica alve, 'ut fortjf years of wonderful cares have proved tbeni (rue, and everywhere it is now known as the beat. sa'vc on earth for Burns, Boils, Kealds, Borea, Cute, Uruises, Sprains veilings, Eczema Chapped huud Only 25u Feve? Sores VW SivumiiD4.v, Luuiber Cu.V btore. when tho1- - J WEI YOUR BUY! than ageatt Fealbers.Tnlloiv, Beeswax, C'lsesq, fi Goldenseal, (YolowUoot I. etc. We M are Dealers, and undo belter for jou B ' Electric Bitters ra r" ine'best medicine ever a druggist's counter. aMg8aaMSawMMMsaLtri it is over also that you will see that we will save you money. shoes for men and h'ys, and We handle "Walk-Ove- r" have all the new things in low cuts. We also handle l!u:gii)S, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit l Paper, Cook Stovo, Rooting, Cases, .Mutting, Hugs, W-il- t. . DutL in Ia.'. . "M Write (or weekly price list and shiik. puigtags. Welurauhwooj bagslrce. Rtfereui , or commiuioa merchants. ,yj E m Succeed when everything else fkllo. In nervous' prostration nnd female n wenknwiq-- s the? thv remedy, as thousands have testified. and ote. In f.iot think can supply your every want. I'll. PABEI, LlAUHIO ID BOMS. tess LOUISVILLE, FOR KIDNEYLIVER AND 8TO M AO !jl jTR O M B LP sold UatkttSU tt WASHINGTON NOTES. (liV (U.YKi: II. TAVKXXKll.) Alllioui;li tuii(liat Republiciins proclaim thai practic.tlly vwvy iriiHT in tin- land i?' apiinst tlic fad is that tlie v()jnlurnil urowth of public i. Mitinu'iit in fuv.nr of reciprocity I it I'arted with farmers' i .tus i orgnnizii-- t tlit ' ji ricutt tiral press the nation. anU Congressman ( iMid the- Ralph W. Moss, Indiana, :i fanner himself, one of the liest friends of uiirieulltirists occupying a i! iiit in the hulls of Congress, es t.tblisluid this fact beyond sue 'Ksful contrudiction in u strong t:;cech delivered on the lloor of ''That we recomlnend tint a liermnnent organization be formed under the style of the Reciprocal Tarill" lecgue, mid that a committee of 1m be appointed to organize and further the worl for which this convention was us sembled." Mr. Moss expressed the belief that when reciprocity could be put directly to the real farmers of the country, it would develot that they are for it, and that the alleged hosility of the farmer ex.sts principally in the minds of the paper manufacturers und lumber barons. Two bills introduced in the Senate, and several in the House, each of them intended to deprive the Supreme court of the power it recently assumed to read the word "reasonable" into the antitrust law, indicate the strong protest, in Congress against the decision of the court weakening statute. The Son-at- e t the bills were introduced by Senators Culbertson of Texas and Eeed of Missouri, both Demo anti-trus- County Organizer. and Manager Wanted. leading Kratcrnnl Insurance Order desires' a relinM white muii to tako chnrge of its work to introduce the in this County Order solicit 'Members collect A iSfeA r-lPf- point by presenting the resolutions in which the yeat organizations of farmers p'edged themselves to work for t'.'ciprooity. "The great national movement iiniong the farmers of the Uuite.l flutes to advance reciprocal legislation began," said Mr. Moss, "with a meeting held in the (Ira ml Pacific hotel in Chicago iii IflOo. There were present at ui! meeting delegates represent-iithe National Live Stock us-ciation, Anierican Sliort Horn .'siociutiun, National Live Stock I0change, Millers' Nutioiial Federation, and other ;:reat producing and exporting interests. c-,tuul ls Die House. Mr. Moss cinched tional conference to advance reciprocal tarill" legislation. Al-v 'It was decided to hold si na- u JI. Sail n dc is was chosen us leader of the movement. j Who is A. I1. Saunders? He is a member of the tariir board appointed by President Taft. Mr. Saunders was- at that, time the e litor of the Hreeders' Gazette, the most, influential and widely read farm jouniul in the United Mr. Saunders issued a States. M 'iii a I statement as to the pur-- I uses of the conference. He i'.ib de-dar- crats. Senator Culbertson's bill con sists of a printed copy ot the Sherman act with three words in serted into Sections 1 and 2, the words being "of whatever char acter". The effect would be to ivy. prohibit all combinations, con- Potato Slips for Sale. spiracies in restraint of trade, all Sweet potato sli, s ready for monopolies, all combinations by May 15th. tending toward monopoly "of transplanting if. C Prior, In tl o whatever churacter". Spout Spring, Ky. this Texas Senator's opinion change would effectually restore Commissioner's Sale. law prohibitions of the to just where they were before Powell Circuit Court. the recent decision was handed G. W. Lyle's Admr. Plaintiffs - monthly dues organize lodge ap point and in image nnd so on. No previous experience is needed, as we will teach you how to "operate. This Is h splendid opportunity for n good man, with liberal pay and chance of promotion. Devote spare time at start, with whole time Inter on. Will known man wanted, strictly honest, good ability, one who is u hustler and will get out and push the work forwnrd. This is a great chance to become in influential leader, to help your fellow man and make a good income for yourself at the same time. This Society pays benefits for sickness, accident? and death. Tha ledges have grand ritualistic work, strictly new nnd in ev- ery particular. No other order like it was every started. Over 65,000 Memberships already issued and growing ' very fast. Write immediately for further particulars, giving full information. of yourself in letter. Address in confidence, Supreme Commander General, 15ox AB293, Covington, sub-agen- ts Not Simply Now Is ihe Um of rnr wlipn vfm'Am tw In tho MARATHON jctt tret all thU. Klnulnff to think of'tno jou iuuml Itntnon't Accept nurntcrestnumeuu tor buyloij. ou 01 lis irum. Remember, when yon buy. that tha ttbro-- we caaconTlucu lute limit of dollar tar diillnr return is We have a rataI?VJo which describes. In reached In can selling under $2,000. When iianicii f jrriu .icn. you pay more, your returns nro .oun pro- utility lliatciiu. actor- flni h'dn.iUopen.laV nortinn in vnnr 1nvr.atmi.tiL 120 th3 MAItATHOW. car but car service. Bur correct iloIjtn, nccur-at- o And it's yourj :cr the asking, construction nnd good materials. Buy ifcin't you ask for it? sound motor car value. 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I shall always give praise to your j xry uaraui. medicine. anti-trus- t. his willingness to 'with the specilic understanding fht the. interests of the i.triners and stock growers should paramount'. " 'It is time,' declared Mr. Saunders in hi.-- signed statement, 'r.hat boinebody should take up tne cudgels aguinst those who tor sellisli purposes destroyed riluiiio's reciprocity convention?, and are still barring the Amen-;istockmen and grain mowers Irom a large and lucrative outlet lor their goods. The light for better markets, worth unknown millions per year to the farming communities, will not be won in l.ft n a week or u month. It means a luttlo royal against intrenched ower, but it w ill be w on because 1 i! U right.' " muting every principal agricul tcral organization in the nation, f ml that at the close of the i 'eel mi: the following resolution is passed : Mr. Moss went on to show that t!te conference was attended bt i lore thun (iOli delegates, re pro We Ask You y U to take Cardui, for your female troubles, bcauso W3 are sure it this versus Lyle's heirs Defehdunts. Notice of Sale. ; Pursuant to judgment and order of sale of tho Powell Circuit Court enter ed in the above styled cause, I will on Thursday the 15th day 1011, between the hours of 10. o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in. at the old G. AV. Lyle residence on Hardwick's creek, near Vaughn's Mill, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidber the old home farm of said G. AV. Lyle, Sr., adjoining the lands of I. T. Sams' heirs Bud Bush, D. It. Daniel, Jeff Wright and C. C. Daniel, Jr., and containing about 220 acres. This sale will be made The Democratic primary in on a credit of six. twelve nnd eighteen Clark county last week re months, the purchaser being required suited in Clay Aldridge be- to execute bond with approved securi ty and having the force and effect of a ing nominated for Circuit Clerk replevin bond. At the sninu time nnd and lv. M. Hunter being nom- place I will sejl that tract of land known as tho Tar Kiln Hollow tract on inated for Representative. the waters of ItackcOon branch adjoining the land of Marion Curtis nnd containing about 'M acres; and at the same time nnd place I will sell a tract at the foot of tiio Estill Furnace mountain on Hardwick's creek adjoining the lands of Wassoii heirs and Noah Kussell and containing .about 80 acrecsjand the same time and place I will sell a cer tain House una lot in Clay City known Offers unexcelled advantages to as lot No. 27 and 28, in block Mo. 01 the young people of Powell and now occupied by AVilliam Lyle. and surrounding counllieso last uumed tracts will be sold on i credit of six months, purchaser beties to secure an ing required to execute bond with ap education. proved security bearing interest from , late itnd having the force and effect of n replevin bond. Any one desiring to inspect the property will call on or i Teachers-Compete- nt. communicate with L. C. Lyle, Vaughns Mill, Ky., or M. It. Lyle, Stanton, Ky. Inslrudion.-Thorou- gh. Witness my hand' this 11th day of April. 1911. Courses-Complete. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r. Expenses-Modera- te, down. It is contended by many pro gressives of both parties that the ruling of the supreme court placlaw a loopes in the anti-truhole for trusts and combinations to get through on the ground that, they are not "unreasonably" restrictive of trade. That the Sherman law will be restored to where it was before the decision was announced, is probable. st G. AV. AT 1 ALL DRUG STORES SlWflRY-oEtist-Bound. L. & E. 30, TIflE TflSLE. West-Boun- . Effective-Apri- l 11)11. No. 2, Daily. I'. M. 7 No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. Dally . Ex. Sun. A. M. . No. 1, No. 3 ' Dal'y- P. M. G:35 No. 5, Sunday Only. A. M. 10:30 9:50 . l:lf l:.-i: 7:20 8 : 05J Lexinglonr Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Indiun Fieldjr," 8:45 8:02 10 8:1G 7:50 7:35 7:15 7:00 . 2:24 2:38 2:4C 2:51 2:57 3:10 3:15 3:35 3 :58 8:32 8:50 9:00 9:05 9:12 9:20 9:30 9:43 10 :()5 CLaY CITY, Stanton-- , " 4:53 4:37 4:23 4:05 3:5U " 0:40 0:08 8:54 8:48 8:32 8:30 8:15 7 :54 95 9:00 . Ropslyn. 7:00 0:54 0:39 G:3(J 4:55 5:00 10:57 11:05 11:25 Filson, Campton Junction, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Bentty vllle Jet, O. & K. Junction, 0:21 5 :58 3:51 3:46 3:30 3:25 3:12 .2 :51 1 Jackson, Quicksand, . 6:00 5:05 1:67 :M) 7:05 7:00 1:25 Stanton College! CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON : Train No. 1 wijl mke connection at Lexington with the L. fc. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. CAMPTOK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Camp ton. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trains Nob. 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City. Ky. and O. ic K. stations. UEATTY VILLE JUNCTION: TrainsN os. 1 and 2 make connection with the L. & A. Railway to and from Beattyville, Ky. Train No. 3 from Jackson, with the L. & A. for Beattyville. CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Ageni. i Bourbon Poultry Cure it recounluxl uh tha utamlarrt poultry remedy of tlio world. 1) li the oan remmly that oun Ui depoadca oa wlib abHOluie certainty to euro und proTent SAVE YOUR FOWLS! GitpeH, Cholera. Itoup, cw5H. A low droptt in tlio drinking water keeps I owls to It by o nt! greatf. male remedy m (if &. 1 j IffARSUI a - Special attention given in pre- P Iparing Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS iiiiitir oMalaalladia Caveaiaa a! turned. unnt. lor County and State'.Ex-- NO fcQUAL- I I I has brenrht relief to thcusandsof other c1': .'..ncn, vr not to yott? For hciuscN. backache, period!-a- l weak- m, f cr J It Is -- ihe wts. rr. ost rr . 'i to tqk ." Try ltl amlnation. k For information; write to a ;rev! j. c. hanley. President. 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