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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 1, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911060101_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.): June 1, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. Si. 00 a Year In Artvancj We arc here to help Clay City, jk Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .1. 1',. Hnrher, Publisher. VOL. XrI. The Hottest Atay. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY School House to Bo Sold. JUXK J. J9U. Why Should Kentucky be Behind. Change in L. & NO. I'li E. Time TabU--. 7S" RalsejReduced. The month of May just passed was the hottest on record in Cen. tr.il Kentucky for thirty-eigh- t years. It has also been one of the dryest Mays in many yeurs. The drouth and hat so far have parched the young corn that is up into shoestrings, and grass is burning up, while young grass sown this spring, undoubtedly, is killed. Oats are now cut to half crops if rain comes soon, otherwise, there will be little or no crop at all. Wheat is also greatly injured as is rye. Tobacco should be in the midst of setting but none so far has been set, and plant beds are being waterqd " by some to keep them alive until rain may fall and give a season to set them. Altogether the outlook for farmers at this time is anything but encouraging from the point of growing crops. Visits Frenchburg. The school house about two miles south of this city near the bridge will he sold Monday, June 5th to satisfy a debt of about $230 held by Dr. J. E. Lemming. This house was built about twen ty years ago and a district tax levy voted to pay for the same. The taxpayers claim they have paid in enough money to settle the debt, but for some cause or other the money has never readied the proper creditor. It seems he has been very patient to wait so long for his money and now it is doubtful if the house will bring enough to pay oh" much half the judgment. A new school house will now have to be built in this district or the old one bid in by the Board of Education which will likely be done. er l.ouisville Boosters Here. The tentative raise of 10 per cent, on the taxable property of Powell couutynade by the State Board of Equa ization, was final-l- y reduced toj ( per cent, under the argument! produced by the committee fror this count v composed of Judge Hard wick and another taxpayer' of the county who went toa Frankfort Apri 28 to appearpeforo the Board The raise lastMvear was 20 per cent. And notwithstanding the loss of 8000 acres of land in our last year's assessment which was hard ovidencaSjto overcome be sides some other errors that were committed, the' committee from this county '.succeeded in showing the Board4f the unjustness of a raise comiBgas it does, when so many of four river bottom farmers haveTraade half crops for the past five years. i, i J" Louisville's delegation of busiHanley, President ness men swooped down upon us J. 0. of the Stanton College, and some Thursday loading us with souveof. his faculty are expected to nirs and literature. They receiv visit Frenchburg School on ed a warm welcome and paid a Thursday and Friday of this high tribute to Clay Clay. We week. Mr. Hanley will bo ask- have always been for Kentucky ed to occupy the Thursday even- cities and for Kentucky trade, ing prayer meeting hour with a and was unusually glad to see preaching service, after which an them come our way and try to opportunity will be given to stir up some of the boys who are ; meet these friends in nn inform not' aUway. A cordial invitation is . i. . ,, . , . ? The Same Here. xtenueu to an wno may wi6ii io Rev. that-way. teiid.Fj-.enchburKA.eitator,ii- frast Loses Case. The American Tobacco Company and its a&essories and sub- . 1! oruiuaie corporal ions unu com panies, including the English cor poration, werqF'ield by the bu nreme C6nrtl.W of the Unit ed States 4f be ors in a comlWation illegal un law der the Sherraaaa anti-truThe court setitlthp case back to the lower cotjfywith directions to hear furUiwJthe parties so as new con- to ascertaihJwwjther Tobacco 1 st Take Care of the Soil. A farm paper says: "Aside from the vicissitudes of the weather, "practically all of the misfortunes that come to the farmer or his farm can be traced to the haste to secure the present dollar without providing for the future good of his soil. Take care of the soil and it will take care of you, and any other method is a downhill pull." here Saturday 'mingling with friends. The Senator is much stronger here than iie was some time ago as the ill advised attack's of Hon. Ollie Jamas have reacted and made friends for Winchester Demo- Pavnter. crat. diti the law. Justice Harlan concurred in part with the court's opinion and dissented in part Harmony ith?: In speaking of his early days, Uncle Joe Cannon says: "I was born in North Carolina and when four years old, in the arms of my mother, I was moved over the mountains. The family went to the Wabash, and my good .old mother never ceased mourning for the magnificent climate of Vtirtli flurnltnn Mtrfnfl wit ) ii' IIV.II II linn II JIII VIIIIMl J' ItllllVI a young man, helped to found a college down near Greensboro. A few years ago I accepted an invitation to attend its commencement, and I went around wite Professor Hobbs through the section of country in the vicinity of Greensboro. I visited the old farm where I was born and found there every evidence of prosperity and thrift. As I remembered the place, it was crossed by deep gullies and Was not good for much. I asked the farmer how he got the land into such a prosperous state, lie replied that he begun by throwing a dam across each gully so that the dirt washed in and leveled up the laud. Then he found the use of clover and cowpeas, and improved the land so that while he had paid only .$10 an acre for it a few years before, he had, within a few days, refused !?50 an aero. I was amazed at the evidences of progress on every side, and if I had been taken into Greensboro blindfolded I wouldjiave remarked, 'How I The Lexington and Eastern has made another slight chauuc in their time table. By the change the west hound train in the mornim: arrives here at 7:1!) instead of 7:13; and the afternoon east bound train arrives here at : :." instead of 2 :5IS. The change was made Sunday and is of much greater convenience to travel going to Winchester and Lexington than formerly as it gives them twenty-seveminutes longer ti stay at these points in the afternoon. n Elder J. T. Turpin tilled at Powell's Valley Saturday and Sunday. He has accepted the call there again and will attend the church regularly preaching on each fourth Saturday and Sunday following. Deputy Sheriff J. M. Welch was here Monday serving summonses on the boys to have them appear before Circuir Court the Third Monday in this month. Dr. Martin reports the birth 01 a son to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mize, of Vaughn's Mill the 2!)th of May. Master KeeseFox, of Winchester, is with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Fox. A light rain fell here yesterday afternoon. Just Received a nice line of Many persons have yet failed to or the city ofQuincy, improved.' Renaissance in agriculture is not como forward and settle their tax only going on in New York ami. now far past due. Unless prompt New England but it is going on settlement is made T will have in the South. The Poor Alan and (iootl Roads, Is Kentucky behind all the oth- to levy and sell property to make county, due the It has always seemed strange er states in progress when it and tax now hoard.theThis Muy stato school 4th, to us that the poor man should comes to the upbuilding of our 1911. A. II. Norton, object to increased taxation for soil? Tax Collector. The prevailing drouth has sent better roads. Good roads are the wheat prices away up and of best friends that the poor man can course Hour will 6oon be soaring have, and the cost of their con struction is comparatively noth high too. ing to him, as it is the rich man and largo taxpayer who have to bear the real cost of road im provement; and if such are wil ling to contribute of their sub stance the dollars, then poor men should willingly join hands by contributing their cents. La grange Era. We curry a full line of General Merchandise and the "city 'oT'Peoriai' IALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. Killing in Estill. Neap Irviue Monday Owen Tyree, 40 years old, was shot ure selling the goods to our largo trade Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You and killed by Dillard Duuaway, a lad of 19. Duuaway went to Irvine, whore he surrendered and was locked up, though ho' could have given bail, but pre ferred being in jail till his trial came up which' was set for yes Tyree is a brother to terday. Mrs. Henry Sons of this city. This is the first killing for three years in Estill county. Quits Telephone Company. and they tell us they are I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, couie round rome day and give our place a look through und let us price you some of our will be pleased. 3? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamm With the exception of proba bly a dozen men the retail mer chants of Paducah agreed to discard the East Tennessee Tele phone Company's telephones by Juno 11, ana inoso wno uiu not enter'the agreement are expect ed to do-s- by.nieu. It is another step in the 'phone war. v : goods.They willopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. C. SHIMFESSEL. 1 I Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otkorwiso and if you live in Cluy City or near our store wo will f$g The weather', conditions are now such that the straw nat market ib firmer and the demand "deliver tho goods" increasing. . TT.TU i JLJLjU TIMES. KVKKY Vaughn's MiH. . Wm. Davis, Jr. soid a nice filly Saturday for .$100. (several of the young girln oi lower Hardwick's Creel; wore in Subscription rates SI a year or three vited to Mr. Crowe's Saturday years in advance 8','. night. The invitation was ac J. U. liurghcr, Publisher, cepted. Miss Mrs. Mary McKinney, I'ntered as second-clas- s mall matter. Nancie Bush and Mr. Grove Thursday, June 1, 1011. Rarnett, front Winchester; were TIIUKSDAY. Monday whiloMr. Killis Ware watk op Mcnr the Pilot Knob ho came, in .contact, with p. very lnri'P rntUp snako bravo as i lion. Ho killed the snake which had 8 rattles and measured l feet 0 in. There has been three or four of these snakes kill ed in the last four years up on. the head of Brush creek. Christian Endeavor. Shoe Sdl6 Having dceidid to make a change in our line of and until this is r CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our s, we have arranged club rates Til. wuii me toiiowing papers at prices ennv menuonea : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 sub-briber- " al ti " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Irlund Farmer 1.00 Anierican Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 Republicans Trespassing. votes. The people will have no doubt. It is a fine time this dry weath or tne jJemocrats' sincerety and er to kill weeds. iT they expect any real reforms O. O. Curtis went to Indian them support that party. Of Fjelds Tuesday on business. ourso you will occasionally find Several from here attended f traitor in the camp, but the church at Powell's Valley Sunday. same is never indorsed biit speed-lLe& McPherson bought one turned out. heifer bf T. S. Curtis for The Paris assistant bank cash- $25. if ier who cominitted'suicide rath. Lqe McPherson of Snow Creek than face a shortage of neighborhood was hero Monday which ho knew was coming on business. as the examination of the bank, We are having plenty of dry, which was begun, proceeded, probably hud a greater respect hot weather, gardens and cntys lor justice and the feelings of of all kinds are suffering for Ui06e who would sudor than rain. tho law has. Tuesday was Decoration day. Their was a big crowd here from John D. Rockefeller made his different parts of tho country to tax returns on personal property pay respect to the dead. at his Forest Hill mansion, list-inOlay demons has got impatient his personal possessions at waiting for rain and has gone to only $1,000. Last year they were packing water from the creek and watering his plant bed. returned at $5,100. Begun T. B. Ware and Killis hit n early after the re-- t ent adven-- decision of tho Su- stroak of luck Monday. Found premo court in tho Standard Oil a bee tree and cut it, they got a fine lot of honey and saved the case. bees. stirred our Republican brethren from center to circumfrence and everywhere are they adopting democratic principles, until nany candidates are putting forth platforms identical with tho Democrats. Tho question now is, why this 6udden change. it because they are truly converted or is it to get votes? If they are really changed, why remain with the g. o. p. while there are yet so many standpatters in that party, and enough in fact to block tho good work they propose, so they must at last get aid from the Democrats to accomplish anything. In many instances tho Times is inclined to believe that the object is just to pet votes. We say good, where these Republicans are sincere, but shame wlierethpyvare with the 'people for their The popularity of the Demo-crati- c party with the people has visiting friends and relatives on Socioty mooting Sunday Hardwick's Creek Saturday and Sunday. Topic "Lessons from Great As there was no meeting on Lives." Hardwick's Creek Sunday,, the Leader Georeo Fletcher. people came to Sunday schoo Organist Edna;Eearnest. making: the attendance "largei Bible Lesson, '(! Sam. 12 , than usual. Some new sonjis Wo give the were practiced. Song by Society. thanks to Mr. Estcs and G. W "Tho first Secret of Samuel's Baker, the song leaders, for the Success is Ins Parents" Mrs. success of this singing. Wood. "Another Secret of his Success SPOUT SPRING. is his Dedication " to the Lord" T. S. McKinney has his house Elsie Burgher. Song by the little folks, "Je about completed on the Fox place sus wants me for a Sunbeam." where he recently had one burn "Another Secret is his Envir ed. onment" Oharlio Tomlinson. The Rev. Joe Cosby returned "This does notmean that you Monday morning from Lee coun- must be a Recluse or an Ascetic" ty and the upper portion of Pow Mrs. J. H. Burgher. "Samuel was not a Warrior" ell where he has been holding ce Mrs. Bettie Eaton. vival meeting. Song by Society "Wo have Spoken- of the Se Mrs. Shelt McKinney spent crets of Samuel'slSucccss" Mrs. last week with her brother, O, Kogors A? Conlee, near Stanton. Mrs, Roll Call. i: Conlee is very low and it is fear Benediction. iff' "v ed cannot recover. . Notice to Stock Owners. Asa Todd spent a few days the I will be at home each Saturdav last of the week near Winchester afternoon to practice my veteroary with his mother, Mrs. Nannie work. Anyone wishing my servic McKinney, who has been quite es should bring their stock to me sick, but is now much improved at these times. A. Easter. His sister, Mrs. Henry Wiseman, also of Clark county, has been very sick hut is better at this time. :!-(l.J-2- 5.) - Program for the Christian En-dcav- Shoe.-- we have inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our shoes are fold out done we .ire offering our full line of Shoes at Greatly Reduced able shoe for yourself or (nine time Prices Come in and investigate our line and get suited in a good service- anyone of the family and at the Save Money on every purchase you make. stock is sold. and choice, This sale will last until our entiro unbroken and get pick Come while the stock is Mrs. J. W. Williams. CD Virden? m A lt Good Methods! aV. hi Large Assets! ! y Courteous Service it and at your command The Clay City National Bank. j g MILLS PLOUE PROUD OF HER CAKES, Uread and pies the woman is who lias made them from Horn Mills' Hour. Success in bread or cake baking s always sure to follow when you use this high jirodc and satisfactory Hour, sold uverywheie. MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when, YOU pay the bill? Hanna's Green Seal , . Stands for everything that is best in paint. JFhe, pigments used are properly proportioned ""and thoroughly compounded. EACH-PACKAG- ' . STUDYTIIE FORMUli A3 SilOWH ON "HANNA' GREEN SEAL PAINT t ""OR i Made to Wear" . H 3M.C BY V Mfe'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Yeraailfe'Ey. i Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. THE AN ALL UOMH-MAD- TIMES. E PAPER. LOCAL THURSDAY, BREVITIES. Line 1, 1011. Mrs. Lennic Grow, of Hays, is visiting relatives in the county. Mrs. S. S. is Witt, of Lexington, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fox. J. K. Burgher visited relatives at Winchester the hit tor part of the week. Mrs. June is the month that is known as'the month of brides and school commencements. R. Tipton, of Winchester came up Saturday to attend preaching at his church, Powell's Valley. New millinery just arrived at Mrs. J. W. WHIinniB and at pleasing prices. Call and pick your choice. A. M. Burgher and son, Shelby, went to "visit relatives in ' Winchester Saturdav and day. Sun- The hot, dry weather renders one consolation mosquitos are hardly known and weeds are easily killed. Mrs. J. W. Will:ams has received a nice line of Ladies Skirts and is selling them at prices that will make them go fast. Mrs. Tom Mountz returned from Sardis, Miss, where she has been for some weeks visiting her :pareots, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Moore. preached at 'jKe Ghristian church in this city feturday night, Sunday and Sunday night to interested congregations. Mrs. J. W. Williams has" just received a nice shipment of elegant lace curtains that will please her ludy customers. Ask to see them when you are at this store. jElder J. M. Rash The Beattyville Enterprise in an article last week speaking of Judge Hardwick of this county said : "Mr. nurd wick is n prominent Banker and business man of Stanton and is County Judge of Powell county. His business A Dreadful Wound. From a knife, gun, tin can, rusty Here is in charge of Price Eager They nail, fire works, or of any othei na who is a grent hustler. ture, demands prompt treatment have a hoist here and buy ties up with Bucklen's Amicu Salve to pre all the Forks of the Kentucky vent blood poison or gangrene. Its River and also on the Railroad." the quickest, surest henler for all Even the earliest gardeners are such wounds as also for hufns, boils in the back ground this time. sores', skin eruptions, eczema chappiles. 2oe at ped bunds, corns-oWins Fight For Life. Swann Day Lumber Co. It was a long and bloody battle for life thnt wa6 waged by .1. B. Errs for Sale. Mershon, of Newark, N. J., of Eggs of pure bred poultry. which he writes: "I had lost much Barred Plymouth Rocks, 50 per blood from lung hemorrhages, and setting of 15 eggs. Brown Leghorns, 75o per setting was vei y weak and run down. For eight months I was unable to work. of 15 eggs. White Leghorns, $1 per setting Death seemed close on my heels, when I began, three weeks ago, to of 15 eggs. use Dr. King's New Discovery. Mrs. Nettie Welch, But it has helped me greatly. It is Clay City, Ky. doing all that you cluim." For wtnk A telegraph wire strungjn the sore lurws, obstinate coughs, stub country will last about four times born colds, hoarseness, la grippe, as long as one passing through a asthma, hay ever or any throat or city. City air appears to be es lung trouble'its Supreme. 50c & pecially destructive to wire. 1.00. Trial Bottle free. Guaran-teeby Swann-DaCharming Woman. Lumber Co. A Is one who is lovely in face, form MN..WMH.M'H'.M.W14,.(.. mind and temper. But its hard for FRUIT and SHADE a woman to be charming without health. A weak, sickly woman will I be ncrvoux and irritable. Constipation and kidney poison show in pim, STBAWBEHRY PLANTS. ples, Motches, skin eruptions and a Asparagus, Blackberries, f wretched complexion. But Electric Raspberries, Roses, Khu- - j Bitters'always prove a godsend to ; barb, etc. women who want health, beauty Stomachand friends. They regulate Write for free catalogue. j ,-Liver a.nd.Kidneye, purify the i We have no agents. blood; give strong nerves, bright eyes, :pure; breathy smogth,- velvety . F. HUlenmeyer skin, lovely complexion and per Sons, Try them. 50c at fect health. I KY. LEXINGTOK,., Swann-DaLumber Co. r Decoration Day Tuesday was fittingly observed by the people of Clay City who havo dead friends buried in tho local ceme tery. In some parts of the conn ty Saturday wns observed instead of Tuesday. Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Muchticknetl starts with weak stomach, end consequent poor, impoverished blood. Nervo'tn and lack flood, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating lor, alter all, a man can be no stronger than his stomach. A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives g out bacteria and cures a whole multitude of diseases. pale-peopdisease-producin- rapper, You can't afford to accept any medicine of unknown ill for "Golden Medical Discovery, which is a medicine op known composition, having a complete list of ingredients In plain English on its same being attested as correct under oath. Dr. PUrce'M Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate Stomach. Liver and Bowels. composition as a substitute Get rid ot your Stomach Weakness and Liver Laziness by taking a course ot Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the ireat Stomach Restorative, Liver Invliorator and Blood Cleanser. .1 t'U B: u v 3 Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and r t d I . y Cultivators FROM' TREES. x. Grubbs & Benton, Cox. Main and Broadway, - Winchester, - Ky. y From Powell. J. A. Roberts who moved from this county to Kearney, Mo., is here to attend his brother, W. S. Roberts who continues very ill. Friday night iR the regular meeting of the Oit.v Council at chester Democrat. K YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 4 which time the election of teachHow's This? v2. asa vs. sta. s& am &a eg i'z att m ers will come before the Board. We offer One Hundred Dollars a This promises to be an interest- Reward fur any aue of Catarrli rTTTvv ing feature. that cannot be cured by Hall's t. The man who was arrested in Lexington and who confessed to S100.000 the robbing of the stores at p CAPITAL STOCK. SURPLUS AND UNDodge and Hedges, turns out to DIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 jjj be. an old offender. He is known as Charlie Holmes and John TillTHE man and is said to have been g He raised in Powell county. served a term in the pen from OF WlNCIIHTBR. KY. 3 that county for striking an old man and badly in Hiring mm and Ej N.IToia.Y Withkiihpoon, Pres. 3 he also served a term from Lex. Oahuiijh. jj W. R. Si'HAit, ington for robbing a cur. Win Spring and Summer Winchester Bank, Goods. We invite you to call and see our line in- of Spring and Summer goods. We can te Salesman and on salary and comraixnion to em'l Sewing Machines and collect on accounts. Party must furnish horso and wagon. Cull on or write to Singer Sowing Machine Co., Incorporated, Winchester, Ky, Col-lect- WANTED Tho Brodhcad'Gurrett Com-pa'np- 's saw mill is closed down this week on account of the cylinder head blowing from their ringino. The mill will likely bo down all of the weuk. Tho private school at the Orphans' Home closed Friday last after a very Hucccsitful torm Tiiught by Mrs. John U. Dunlap, of Nicholusville. Mrs. Dunliip returned to her home Saturday. Work Will Start" After you take Dr. King' Nttw Lif Pills and you'll ijulokly enjoy their til m rV suits. Constipation mid vuiiisl mid appetite returns. TLuy regulate stomach, liver and bowels and impart new strength and energy to the whole pystem. Try them. Only 2io at BwapjnDjay Lumber Co. t Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the Inst 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially uble to curry out any ob ligations mudt- by his firm. Wulding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, ueting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Testitnonials sent free. system Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by ull Druggists. Tuke Hull's Fuuiily Pills for con stipation. i J.P.riAUPPIN, I Watchmaker Vat terest you who appreciate up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. We havo all the new things in Dress Goods, Neckwear, & Jeweler. etc., & etc., for women and misses. Wo are sole agents All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, and have all tho both in oxfords and pumps. new styles in low-cut- s, We also have a line of millinery. This reason our hats Cin-nat- i, Jewelry Call CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. KENTUCKY. will all he trimmed by one of the best milliner firms in and see me in the Red River Hotel Building, und of course will be right up to the minute. We would like to show you men and boy our lines of clothing, huts, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for sure that we can suit you, also that you will see that we will 6a ve you money. shoes for men and bny6, and We handle "Wulk-Ove- r" have all the new things in low cuts. we feel tTtf ft TTT1 r w V mm WOOL .HIDESandPU RS At? Ml IV WW! n Electric Bitters Succeed wbea everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaktickkc they uu Uie bupictue remedy, as thousands have testified. We also handle Kuggies, and ete. g Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Rugs, WhII Paper, Cook Stove, Kooflng, In fact think cun supply your evrry want. kill tat mm I BU vesa, . letter far tm Uui liuU m ctanltiba SMttkssts.l Rilcicoct: asjf buL is Loiiuillc. W tucMi I wmi nift nu U wt mtytri. wiittuf fdctWL l it ia the beat' medicine ever sold ever a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Go., Stanton. 0 . Wlio'n a visiting woman Revolution In Headgear. crosses Potato Slips for Sale. id..'. -r v lino wiiu iif the Sweet potato ali-- 8 r.-for uifi. i.i After July 1 the wearing of the era galore she will bo arrested by transplanting by May 15th. P. 0. Prior, plumncc of almost nil kinds of n petticoptpd officer of tho Aorlu- o,t'Ut ogling, L.y, birds in a woman's hat is prohib- l,i noiiDif will at. ited in the State of New York nil 'f'MI r; Ur Commissioner's , Sale. The Myers Patent Mop Wringer Powell Circuit Court. versus 2 TVTa dtmwettr n sT'o-o- -bo- - G. W. Lylo's Admr. rinlntilTs G. This Mop Wringer Is tho only machine ever invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It nut only takes out tho dirt and leaves the mop clean, but it wrings It so dry that there is hardly any moisture left in tho mop. The floor is never left streaked, as you arc always using a clean mop. The machine is very simple to opcratcand requires no skill, as anybody can use it, man, woman or child. It is a labor saver, as one person will do the work quicker and better than three wilhanyotherdeviceknown. The pail sets on the platform and is not attached to the machine and can be moved at any time. It is always ready for use and there arc no parts to get out of order. A trial of our machine will convince you that its work is perfect We have yet to And a dissatisfied customer. W.'Lyle's hefra Defendants. Notico of Sale,' ' If your dealer does not handle this Mop Wringer.wrlte direct to us. MYERS WRINGER CO., Muuif'rs, Mshawk. N. Y. mmm Vv-- FREE 30 WOT OWE Yom 0rflfan DAYS TRIAL RED CENT IN ADVANCE. . 5" T" u. ftSv-- i.Vi''v you will let me ship you one of my Aaler Organs on ireo trai. I prora 9i9ty btforaroa bur If w Idont, abip mj From My Factory Direct to saveaziroaMi. i n prove una vond lha shadow of a doabt If jr CYRUS L. ADLER The Piano and Oman Maker Trust You The Nightingale ru ol Organs esr MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've basted the hot air bubble!of the dealers, oeents and middlemen of this country by BtlBnf; direct to t&e bomea at the aaine price they formerly paid mo for my organs. SEND ME YOUR NAME whether you want to buy or not .and IH tend you free of charge and postpaid the moat wonderful orffan booK arul buying plana yon ever eaw. All the organ men, in this country claim tbey make the bjjtorsanburdonTCglveydaanyprpof. t do. and here lather proof. I own my own timber lands, nulla, for mv profit! dry kiln and factory. I do not hare to pay ono penny of profit my lumber or milling--. The that other manufacture re pay to lamber and saw mill, I pat into Adler Organs, (The Nightingales of Organs). That's the reason my organ is better than any other make. Another Proof! I guarantee my organs for SO years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years. U in'tthis mean something! My selling plans are the fairest, safest and easiest erer placed before the American public, in that I grant my customers all the time they want, arrange their payments as it suits their Income and circumstances, give tbem reasonable extensions of time If they can't meet their payments and charge them no interest. Ask arms of your neighbors who dea'twith mo about this. That's the beat proof you can get. 1 would just as soon give you $1,000 in gold if you can duplicate this proposition. Pursuant to judgment and order of sale of tho Powell Circuit Court entered in the abovo.stylcd cause, I will on Thursday the 15th day of June, 4011, between tho hours of 10 o'clock a. ni. and 4 o'clock pm. at the old G. W. Lyle residence on Ilardwfck's creek, near Vaughn's' Mill, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidber the old homo farm of said G. V. Lyle, Sr., adjoining tho lands of I. T. Sams' heirs Bud Bush, D. E. Daniel, Jeff Wright and C. C. Daniel, Jr., alid containing about 220 acres; This sale will be made uu a credit of six! twelve and eighteen mouths, tho purchaser being required to execute bond yflth approved security and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. At the same time and place I will sell that tract of land known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of Rackcoon branch adjoining the land of Marion Curtis and containing about 20 aCres ; und at the hamo time nnd place I will sell a tract at the foot of the Estill Furnace mountain on Ilnrdwick's the lands of Wassun heirs and Noah Kus$cll and eoutniiiing about' 30 acrees ; and the same time nnd plaqe I yjll 'sell a cer tain house nnd lotjn C.Iay CTty known us lot No. 27 ond:28, in block Mo, 01 mid now ocnupicd'by William Lyle. These last tunned tracts will be sold on u credit of six months, purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security bearing interest from date and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. TAny one desiring tq inspect the property will call on or communicate withL. C. Lyle, Vaughns Mill, Ky., or M. K.'Lyle, Stanton, Ky. Witness my band this 11th 'day of April. 1911. ROMULUS JACKSON, creeks-adjoinin- Now Is tho time of jvsr when von'aro In tho MARATHON you ect all this, ginning to think of tlio car you iiit.uj Bnt don't accept our mere statement. For buyina. Remember, when you buy. that 4ho abso. we can convince you of Its truth. iSShid catalop which describe. In rf iamndar1 'Ther! W h tho ISS TSSSf In P detail,'and weal.h oir.rchanlrol eiceltcncii depcnOab'oulllity thalcnu.-acter- flniih port on to yoiir Investment. i,n th mahatiion When you bny, buy not simply a car- ,but car service. Buy correct design, accurAnd It's yours for the asking. ate construction and good materials, lluy sound motor car value. Won't yon ask for It? MARATHON models tnclurtc Torpedo Tourinrj Car, Fore Dcor Touring bat Car Service ?.l!f. Car. Standnrd Touring Oir and Roadster, nnd Tovpcdo Roodnler. l'ricca Irom $1300 to $1,700. SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, san-au- NashTiHc, Tena. iryjtf nftm, w.rjr, fACtr.wwaaTaft Worn Women Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. 'That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you ot itself. You should take Wme or Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women4havc tried Cardui and write enthusiasticallv of the great beneht it has been to them. Try it don't experiment --use medicine. this reliable, oit-tne- d TAKE CARDUI 1 33 The Woman's Tonic lira. Eona Hare, of Pierce. Fla.. tried Cardui and afterward wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath. , "I suffered for years, until my husband insisted on my trying Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief and now I am almost welL" Try Cardui. 'Twill help you. .'MasrCom'r. fr- AT ALL DRUG STORES -. Stanton College! Offers uncxcellccLadvantages SlWflRY Eust-Bouni- l. OF L. & E. TIIE TflBLE. Effective April 30, 1911. West-Boun- MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) his a tone nearest to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life time and It won the highest p zaatthsSt. Louia World's Fair, another proof my organs are tho best. Everybody is buyintr an o an thesedaysaud everybody is baying an AdUr on account of Its high quality, wearing qualities, st i nni reputation. Iamsellingthemferlessthandealeraandsntsaresallingcheapergraaeorgans an 1 when you 'stop' to think and realize that when you buy from one of these middlemen you must pa his profit, time, salesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses; my offer means a whole lot a 1 st inds before you as the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working rl and night, grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I sell an Aiiler.lt sells a dozen more and bo on indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality always wlas out. liti-r- No. 2, Daily. to the young people of Powell and surrounding education. coun- No. 4, Daily. A. M. No. 1, Stations. Daily Ex. gun. A. M. No. 3 Daily- - No. 5, Sunday Only. l M. P. M. A. M. 10:30 9:50 9:40 9:25 0:08 9:00 ties to secure an 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,025,000 Before I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, as I am doing now exclusively. I used to sell to dealers only, bat when 1 found out that they sold my organs for twice and three times as much as they paid me. making the poor people bleed for it, I was thunderstruck and quit. I sent out thousands of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from roe, that I meant to sell direct to the homos, saving them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to tbem as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers (over 75.000 of thrm) at least 12.C25.000. all of which would liavo gone to tho dealers had I sold the organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. TeachersCompetent. Inslruclion Thorough. NOW MY PROPOSITION CoursesComplete. Elxpenses-rModerate. Your Piano TO YOU It limply tl.li, I will ahlp7oa,on30da7tfr6lrUat&yorfftB7oa wftnt, on any rtoatbl tvrmiyou mr utfcit, Jaat It iulu your Incomt clrcamaUncef. II you ktcp It ! th end of tho trial period, which I know 70a will, jot can pa all cath or a until iam down ond tbo balance monthly, quarterly, emltannaally or any other rcaaonablo way. II at any tlmo yon can't meet ft payment when lt dot, I'll ffladly 1to yon reasonable attention of time. Yon lhall not Inconrealenre yonreelf by baying an Adler. for I'm (ola to make It tbo raeleat porcbew'yoa erer made. I'll charge yon 00 Intcreit aa other organ men are doing. XI yon don't keep my organ be cidiiIi'i notaa represented, yon can enlp Uback at my eat yon penio and I'll pay yon CTtry cent you paid for freight, Furthermore, If at any time will loie alsolBtely nothing. within a year, my organ doee aot hold vp to oTery claim I made. you can abip Uback at my oipento and I'll return to you t cry dollar of tbo purchase prlce with per cent. Interest and all freights paid. I can agree to dotbls because I kuow bow my organ aro made and poiltltely know they always make good. 1:57 2:10 2:24 2:38 2:46 2:51 2:57 3:10 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 9:f'5 9:12 9:20 9:30 9:43 10:05 10:57 11:05 11:25 Lexington, .Vinch'enter, , L. & E. Junction, 8:45 8:02 7:50 7:35 7:15 7:00 Indian Fields, (JLaY CITY, Stantou, Rosslyn, Filonn, Cumpton .Tnnctlon, 7:00 G:54 1 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Benttyvillo Jet, O. & K. Junction, Jnckson, Quicksand, 0:39 0:30 0:21 5:58 5:05 5:00 5:35 4:53 4:37 4:23 4:05 3:56 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 8:54 8:48 K:30 8:32 8:15 7:54 .7:05- V:00 a4 Special attentioni given in pre paring (or County.and State ' amination. For information; write to Ex- . REV. J. cjlHANLEY, President. My Piano Offer The Greatest cai be had My high grade world's famous Adler 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I tssraniM all my orf tas lor SO yean, somotbliii do ether orcsa nan will do. ily tuaratttea bond li tb iiroogeit wrltlta sad it yoa will tk your baator or any ol my local bankiorthoolltorof tbli papr as to my rtllablllty, yes will bo told tbat 1 atn at ooa&d as rock, that yon caa itfolf onttr Uta say traaiaciloa with so. sod thai all ot toy acallsis aro oa tbo iqasrt. 8od yoor Bams for catties sad boytus plant. Yoa wilt bo oadtr no obllsttloa whatofor. Stool tad laatruc, ilea boos si oa wlia si try organ CRYUS L. ADLER, Pres. Adler Mis. Co. Southern Concert Grand Pianos CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train,No. 1 will mRke connection at Lexington with tho L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with tho L. ff N. at Lexington for Cincinnati," O. CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Noe? 12, 3 and 4, will make witr Mountain Central Railway to and from Camp ton. O. & K. .JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 3 arid 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City. Ky. and O. K. stationx. UEATTYVILLK JUNCTION: TrainsN m. 1 and 2 make connection with the L. & Ajrituilway to and from Beattyville, Ky. Train 'No. 3 from Juckson, with the L. & A. for Beattyville. CIIAS. SCOTT, Oen'l Passenger Agont. con-iiecti- t material and Apish they have no superior, if an equal, and, I can save you $100 to Sl'0. They are artlttla In dtslgn. built to la ta life time, have a tone as clear and pura s a bell, and a wcnJerful, easy, elaj. tie touch. Guaranteed lor 23 Years Etool, scarf and Instruction book given with every pUno. Send for catalogue and buy)ng plans. direct from my factory on the same liberal buying plana as applied to my Adler Organs, In torn excellence, workmanship, . We Ask You to taka Cardul, for your female troubles, because wa are sure it will help you. Remember that this great fernale remedy I Boarboa Poultry Cure la recognized as tho standard poultry remody ot (lia world. It la toe one remedy that caa be depended oa with absolute, certainty to cure and prevent SAVE YOUR FOWLS Oapos, Cholera, Roup, TEAK THIS OUT. MAIL TO-DA- Y Limber ntck. Diarrhoea and all existing forms ot poultry dls tases. A tevr drops la tho drlnkici; water koepa fowls healthy and Ireo from dlacaso. Afc'oboUlouialoslSzallonsof medlcluo. l'or the treatment ot Ulaclihead and otbtr dlseaatu la tumors Make a cross in the circle for organs or pianos or write your name and address on a postal card or in a lottor, stating which you want piano or organ description. Don't enclose any stamp. 1 pay all charges. Write plainly. CRYUS U ADLER, Pres 2902 Chestnut SU Louisville. Km I want your want pictures and full organ boo. el your pianos. A. Ol "CAflDLII Bourbon Pouliry Cure HAS NO EQUAL has brought relief to thousands of other sick women, so vhy not to you?' For hssdaeho, backache, perjpdlfal p.n5, fimalo weakness! msiny iuvo said It Is "the best to tske." Try itl Mis. W.W.naltOD,HopUloivin.,Ky.l.y: "I havstKMaislaiaydiicVcDt (arusailr Hnyycon sej Ilouiboa Foultrr Curs liiKe taoUti!l tcimy iwcily I bats enr uted lur Cbolt is a4 Capci." M Name. , , Address , County antlfianutavl fl . Mr P.P.CIr,Psiii.Kr.,saysl"Lstty csr I rai J liurvlie J, ol chicaras fits flout eapes by tMng tutm JUMirb'a I'cultiy Cure. I il a turs cji lor Uieltia --J Umlwrocc! 1 1 t - a TnntfM.a, w ,,,.,v. Btate t All Laadlnsj OruMlsU. ti OOo por Bottla, Trial Vial Fra). lit Adler Factory-Grea- test la tie World J Clay City Times1.!- - oiT III fri.t WiU in J.U1B .avlL V SoUbjr Swann-Da- y VI Lbr.!Co., ' Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Clay City.