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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 15, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911061501_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 15, 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. 6 (LAVr THE ' TIME S. tff. si.oo a . i Year In Advnnw. 1 We are here to help Clay City, the SnffoonJing Country 2 . ani Oorselves. .1. . I T Hunihcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. No Saloons Alean Peace. " CLAY CITY. KTM THuSsDAVY Tlie Thing We JUNE 15. 1 53 1 1. v NO. 2-- j Industrial Dulldlng. The trugedy which occurred on White Oak lust week 5s the first homicide that has occurred in this county for three years. Estill has heen enjoying a rein of peace hy any county in the Stute. It is true there have been minor offenses committed, but these have Never in been justly dealt with. its history hits the county been so free from crime and it in to be hop ed it will continue. We believe this condition can be attributed to the fact that there are no saloons in this county, because when there were saloons here our court dockets were rilled with record of crime. The facts go to dhow that no saloons iiieun peace, saloons tn'.an crime. Which do you prefer? Irvine Herald. une-qunle- d Highland Orphanage is breaking ground for the erection of an Industrial building in which the boys will be trained in mechanical industries. A laundry will also be installed. The management of this institution for the orphans recognize the importance of training the young under their care in industrial lines a6 well as in moral habits and giving them an The Louisville's Banking Facilities. your country and:jiltelligent rjeednost. uoou roaus is me tiling w need Cad roads is of tho days gone byT, though we have bad roads yetft but not as many as there haslljeeh. What are goodlroa'ds to the farmer? They arejn protect the uumu urines; lc miiKes your market better; it brink's money into now-a-day- peo- Louisville's banking facilities : c i in lit. fm. ciuiiniis hm- t iiinu ..i lnst year, as reported by the Lou isville Lfiearing Mouse, were in 1 r- - excess Strike. For; a day or two last week Kentucky's great natural wonder Mammoth Cave, was closed on account of a strike of all the guides employed by the manage-mentMatters were speedily adjusted, however, and within 18 hours the faithful guides were at their posts and ready for duty. ' This is said to have been the first time that the cave has been closed to the public since of 103 years. 1808, a period Thirty years ago this wonderful exhibition of the haudiwork of nuture was bettor- 'advertised Ciuldes on a 8. - largest the city's history There are thirteen strong banks, every one of them in excellent condition, and four large trust companies. While the city ranks eighteenth in population among the cities of the United States, it is" eleventh in its bank clear ings. of in $075,000,000, She Starts Mill. ttur.nuaauo grandeur all the caves that have yet been explored. Mt: Sterling, Winchester, and Richmond postoflices will each be made postal savings banks, and they will bo opened not lat- in uuuuiv, busu nuu er than July Hi. Carrie Nation, the noted smasher and a native is dead in Kansas. Ken-tuckia- Just Received a nice line W. R. Cassidy, owner (if the Clay City Roller Mills which has been idle for some time, has started up the corn department, and will likely start, the Hour department some time later. Nothing but. the very best ma- chinery is embraced is and it is canablo of turning out community wiljet;ood-road- s D,eiunuinr,e Knftr."... - ... Bad roads sometimes knock a man out of his manners. Some Another light shower of rain life hat to a fell late yesterday evening, great- times he can't raise landy, or hold up his head "with ly refreshing everything, but a out stumbling, or looking to fal great deal more is still needed. into a hole. We call attention to the Graded roads are the right report of the Clay City Na- rope to pull at. They are tional Bank in this issue of the fried to everybody and a greater one to the tanner than auvone Times. else. Many are leaving the farm The river fa lower than it has and going to cities on account of been for years. bad roads, and it makes it much harder on the rest. Wo need to be united and pull at tho same end. We can't pull against each other and get Wo have to pull the same way. The load is too great tor a tew to pull, but the more pulling the lighter the load. We see what is needed. Let's pull the ea'ne way and the right way. of r- -t any-where. ple. You can putoajhpad on your wagon and it doeslrt hurt your stock. M The people aroijremoving the cloud from their eyes and get ting out of the oldrits. It is ea sy to get out of .; them if we can see what is needed I long to see all roads on agrille. We have been behind ;for aJbrig time aiyl it is time to bonify and doing lime is passing; aid some of us are still in the-&ruts. It is time to quit mftkws roads with tho brooks an'dsb and down hog trails, mountains, is a grand benefito Qur coun It try to have good'rfSiids to travel We do not reahzefnbe entire ben we did we elit of good roads-i- f would have better ones. Good roads are the, Botiisc of wealth and happiness jArgood. road is uplifting to a. vcouAi lunity and a uaa one, is a arag'jJU) n, A good road increases jpvtf schools and churches.- itiBuYe8 them. A d and'-wjTl- i fall and early spring. The comA large supply of vecefable mon practice is to sow it in the matter in the soiljis absolutely corn, usually during August at necessary in the production of the (shade of the corn plant? good crops. It not only gives to seems to protect the yount! clovthe soil the eesenti.tl physical er and it will succeed better than conditions, but the supply of soil if sown without a nurse crop. It, nitrates is largely dependent up- will make considerable growth on its decay. In systems of farm- by the time the land is to in the spring and serves ing where many of the products are sold and little stock is kept. as a cover crop also. Crimson it becomes difficult to keep tlie clover is a good nitrogen gather-supplin the. soil sudicient for'er. Rye is undoubtedly tlie most popular catch crop, and justly so. the best results. It seould be used in all case? In the usual systems of rota-tiothere are often opportuni- where the land would otherwise ties between harvest time and lie bare through the winter, exseeding time' of the crops em- cept in the case of fall plowed It not only will add ployed in the rotation to plant vegetable matter to the soil but some rapidly growing crop to be turned under to increase the sun will prevent the loss by leachingply of vegetable matter. Such nml washing of the plant food nl- . n. crops are known as, catch crops, " and where they occupy the land turage when the laud is in such that trampin-- will not during the winter also receive the name of cover crops may add injure it, but it should not be al greatly to tlie producing power lowed to grow too large in the of the soil, while about the only spring before being turned unexpense involved is that ot tho der, or injury to the following eeed. Cowpeas, soy beans, crim- crop may result. son clover, vetch, rye and in fact Crops of weeds may be turned any crop adapted to the season, under with good results frequentmay be used for the purpose, but ly, but of course should never be of course the leguminous crops allowed to seed. In fact, everi are to be preferred as they also opportunity to add something to add nitrogen dnectly to the soil. the soil in this way should be taCowpeas grow rapidly and if ken advantage of. Soils with sown after wheat, or oats are ear- - plenty of humus and vegetable vested will give a good growtlrof matter in them seldom fail to vines to plow, under. They may produce paying crops. aW.bgSrfwiArr tOviraihclast, ErJ.KiuW, Awti l;grcn1rK:;t cultivation and while not inter College of Agr. State University. i fering jvith the growth of the Preaching at Christian Church. corn at all, provide considerable green matter by tire time the Eld. Deward Matherly will corn is ready to harvest. Where preach at the Christian church crimson clover will succeed it is in this city Saturday night, Sunmost valuable catch crop, as day and Sunday night, June 24 most of its growth takes place in and 25. y n sod-land. Catch Crops and Cover Crops. - mii.-i.-- moii r , .' .i i WALDRON ii ' & JOHNSON, Waltersville7 Ky. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimKmmmmmmmmmnmm We curry a full line of General Merchandise and Inland Farmer. are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the War Veterans In Congress. Less than twenty years ago nioro than half tho members of Congress had served in tho great war on ouo side or tho other. For the first lime since the war Saving Money. You can do fho same thing. 0 the Confederate veterans in Congress outnumber tthe Union veterans, the proportion being 14 tp 8. If you are not already one of our many pleused customers, Latest and Best Styles whioh we invite you to call and see at SPOUT SPRING. Mrs. Asa Suowdou is very sick. The Latter Day 'SuintB are come round rorae day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods.They wlllopenyouteyestoan opportunity. your earliest convenience. You will - be pleased. holding protracted'sorvices at the residence of George Hall near hero. The Rev. Byrd, of is doing tho preaching. Jeffer-eonvill- e Mrs. George Giuterfof College Send Us Your Orders C. SHIMFESSEL. Dill, visited relative here tho first of the week and ia now with ,, Mrs. Win. her Ware on HardwiokTBioreijk, who continues very ill, fv- sister-in-law,- 1 over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay 'City or near our 'store we will "deliver the goods" tttt: 1 JLJLU PUBLISHED TIMES. kveuv TiiunsnAr. (nrt Tljl ni tpr; Notice to Stock Owners. him if he is for state aid, if he I will bo at home each Saturday says, no, tell him you can't vote Subscription rate8 81 a year or three afternoon to practice my voteroary for hi in. years in advances. work, Anyono wishing my servlc. itoosevcit wr.o lias been in es should bring their stock to mo J. E. liurghcr, Publisher. nearer silence the past few "weeks at these times.. A. Easter. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. than usual, says Taft is the man This hot weather has caused for the Republicans to put up in Thursday, Juno 15, l!)lf. 15)12. Tho Colonel knows whon tho fishing' shores to burst into full bloom. the times are bright for Teddy. CLUB RATES. How's This? For the convenience of our subFrog skins we're grafted on the Wo offer One Hundred Dolla8 scribers, we havo arranged club rates leg of a 5 year old boy in St. with the following papers at prices Louis to cover a burn. That lad Reward for any case of Catarrh below mentioned : ' should have no trouble in tak that cannot be cured by Hall's The Times and Catarrh Curo. Courier-Journ$1.00 ing the jumping record when he F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. (i Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 grows up., ti Louisville Herald We, the undersigned, havo known 90 t Any one who will reduce tho F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, Home and Farm 75 Inland tanner 1.00 number of his faults will fine. and believe Him' perfectly honorable American Farmer 90 that by so doing he will also re in all business transactions and fi Southern Agriculturist 75 duce his expenses. nancially able to carry out any ob ligations madi- by his firm. An exchange says it cannot tell The Standard Oil Companv Walding", Rinnan & Marvin, which of the Republican' and would hardly know what to do Wholesale Druggits, Toledo, O. Democratic candidates for Govfor recreation if it wern't ruthernor will he nominated or elec- lessly Hall's Catarrh' Oure is taken in dissolved once- in a while, ted, hut feels sure it can name a though ternally, noting directly upon the it is not" to be dissolved blood candidate that will not bo elect- in and mucous toirfnces of the tears. I ed, that is Mr, Redd the Prohibisvstem. sent frep. tion candidate. Prion 75 cents?per bottle. Sold by We do not If lightning nearly struck the know Mr. Redd, but expect he is Capitol at Washington the other all Druggists.-- ' really the best man for the place day it must havo been attracted Take Hnll's.Family Pills for con in the field, but the best man in by those Democratic probes tipution. ' '' stricking out. politics doesn't count. Notice' to. Taxpayers. Many peion?i Jiaw yet failed to Jo O. VanMeter, Derribcratic Kentjucky outs have suffered candidate for State Treasurer is reutly from the drouth and come forward ami ' Matte their tax beinji knifed by the labor heat in May, but there's hoping now fr. pHt dile.- - 'Unless prompt of the State on account nothing has. happened to the settlement in 2in;iilH 'f veil Imvu t levy wid'sellfpniperty to makol of his opposition to organized good old rye. me ihx now iiue tin- - county, state They charge as manager Kuins ot a towi. said to be al ind school board This. May 4th, and principal stockholder of the -: least 10,0.00 years old have beei l'U Brudley-GilbII. Norton. Company, of ' found in Ariz na. It takes A ! ix Co'lecjor. Louisville, he lias been leading a fight against organized labor and riznua a miuhtlv lung time to get pledge a strong vote against Statehood. him. Nearly every woman who has "Roosevelt strong for Taft for grown up children explains it by J012" a headline. Sure saying she was married verv "Almost a child", she thing "Teddy-- " the wise old owl, voung. ik fcnowsjyil well that these Amer will add. . ican people, are going to rise up It makes little dili'erence how and send that reincarnated Thommuch or how long a manhojdt. as Jefferson, Gov. of NewJersey (o the White House next year. resentment, so hnig as he 'hoidir and doesn't let it go. Teddy doesn't want the licking it limiself, oh no! Let Big Bill Our seasons are changing! Vaft fake it. There are nut so ninny show ei and not neat mi iiiuiiv Jiihh Ollie James seems to have quit (alkingquito so much. We have brides as there it', d to, be. always hud the strongest possible One way to relieve a drouth it. f.Iniirat inn for Mr. James,- but to cut a Texits w ucrnielon. vv.e got enough of him in his If all other emus fail, that of speech to do us until afthe June bug is sure ter, the primary and thousands When a candidate for State Somo mn nnvpr realize how RtitLoeiiMtio or fct.itt bciiator insignificant they nrb until after asks your support, show him the marriage. ?qn1" ! I 'v k Shce Sale Having decidtd to maku a cjiange in our line of Shoes wo .... have' inaugurated a sale to continue until all of our slices are sold out and until this is done we ire offering our full line of Shoe. at al Greatly Reduced Prices Come in and investigate our line and get suited in a good service- able shoe for yourself or ' anyone of the family and at the same time , - - Save Money on every purchase you make. stock is sold. 1 This sale will last until our entire unbroken and get pick -- Come while the. stock is and choice. organ-ization- s I I la-tio- r. ert 1 Mrs. J. W, Williams. iJ ' s -- YOU Need the services of a clearr, strong, progressive. Bank. We need your friendship and your business. Can't we get together? 3 per cent, on Time Deposits. . - f other Democrats are like us. There are two vital questions MillikanBusiness School Lexington, Ky. These are i'i Kentucky today. (rood roads and the temperance c;uestion. The way to manage BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. them both is to vote for candi-f'lfe- j in the primary that are This school has s turned out t.xuud on these and vote for none of men and women who - ther. are successes. It will make a success of you. If;you murder one person you hung. If you kill thousands Wiite for Catalogue. mi get a otiitue. hiin-dred- Clay City National Bank. t ft' . - .l Hanna's Green Seal "THE Hu stood" MADE-TO-WEA- HOPE & MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, who liMf iiihiIh tlicm from lloi'K Mii.In' flour. "Isiiccehs in bread or enk linMni 1h always Mire o follow when you tiw- .!.!. hk'h .radi and satlr.iciory Hour. wiM everywheie. p"Un i - R PAINT" teen improved in quality with the N is passing years. ' the test of time and has Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. It is not TEST THE QUALITY. ltrcad and the woman i a difference. a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There The printed formula appears on every package of HannaV Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence , in their product. of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have FOR SALE BY MVb by J. . ANDREI- - CALM. Versailles, v Ky. j acsi i Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. , A- , , nil AN ALL . HOMK-MAD- I'AFKR ' I The high tide of enthusinMii was reached nt a uicetinguf (tooil Bonds entlmriasts at Sent tsville when gen- enil plniiH were innde for construe- lion iif; tlfe Mimorial Boulevard from Louisville to Nashville, week from today siiinnior is scheduled to begjn. It seems to A The Telephone's Birthday. Alexander Graham Hell patented tho tolephone"thirly.flve years nirotlu's spring. Now more than twelve million miles of wire are operating on the ystum which bears his name. The greatest growth of the past fen years has been in the rural districts. Two million telephones now bring farm families in close touch. with each other and the world.' This is probably the telephone's greatest Do You Feel This Way? 1,0(1 At, ItRKVITlks. Jnnc IS. 1011. ture, demands prompt treatment first of the week with relatives with Bncklen's Arnicu Salve to prein Winchester. vent blood poison or gangrene. Its Mrs. B. B. Self, of Lexington, the quickest, surest healer for all is spending a few. days with her such wounds as also for burns, boils sores, skin eruptions, eczema chapsister, Mrs. J M. Kennon. 2oc at ped hands, corns or piles. Morgan McKinney anil Iiobt. Swann Bay Lumber Co. Henry were here Saturday from Something Better, "Winchester on a business misBelieve me, there should be sion, f something else taught in our high New millinery just arrived nt schools than that to Mrs. J. W. Williams and at plena-inand the race for success has prices. Call and pick your been won. Pound it into a boy's choice. head that t,he race in life's batThe Second examination for tle has just started when he white teachers will be held ft graduates. Never let him s:et it Stanton Friday and Saturday of into his head that an education eliminates him from toil. The this week. next Legislature should provide Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Conlee, that each hii:h school should of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives have an agricultural department, in and near the city the latter and learn the boys what scientific part of the week. firming really is. Live plants well taken care of are more proreceivMrs. J W. Will!ams has ed a nice line of Ladies Skirts and fitable than desjd languages well Falmouth OiTtlook. is selling them at prices that will spoken. make them go fast. Look Out for Rabbits. merely-gaud-uate ins that wo are having summer weather with us now a plenty, Circuit court convonos and if the weather aftei that Monthly. t date grows any hotter on account Shelt Koberis continue! at a of the advanced season, wo are low st a ::e of stomach trouble. ready to suspend business until in tho cool weather of the fall. llnr'an Blair, of Morohend, Wins Fight For Life. A Dreadful Wound. visiting his sister, Mrs. A. T. It was a long and bloody battle From a knife, gun, tin can, rusty Wliitt. nnil, lire works, or of any otliei na- for life that was waged by J. B. .Mrs. A. M. Burgher the spi-n- t TIIUKMDAY Do you feel all tired out P Do you ftomctiinc think vou itist can't wnrlc nwnv at vtmr nrnfrK ill in s!on or trade any longer ? Do you Imve u poor ape- lite, nnu lay awake nt niftlits unublc to sltcpp Are your nerves all done, and our stomach tooP Mns ambition to (orde nhcad In Lie world Iclt you? If go, you mi(lit as well put a nop to jour misery. You can do it if you will. Dr. Tierce's Colilcn Medical Discovery will make you a different i'iiuw'muI. It v. ill set your laay liver to work. It will set th.r.-'- s r!(l.t in your toranch, and your appetite will come huck. It will purify your bloo-JIf there is any tendency in your fiimily tuwnrd conitinption, it wiH keep that dread debtroyer away. l'.cn after consumption has almost l!nined u f Milliold fa lliu Inrm n( a lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the luns, it will bring about a cure in 98 per cent, of nil cases. It h a remedy prepared by Dr. K. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice is given free to all nho wish to write him. His great success has come from his wide experience and varied practice. g Don't bo wheedled by a dealer into taking inferior substitutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "just as good." Dr. Pierce's medicines arc or known composition. Their every ingredient printe-Made from roots without alcohol. on their wrappers. Contain no drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. iii . penny-grabbin- J hab.'C-forroi- g Mershon, of Newark, N. J., of which he writes: "I had lost much blood from lung hemorrhages, and was veiy weak and run down. For eight months I was unable to work. Death seemed close oh my heels, when I began, three weeks ago, to use Dr. King's New Discovery. Hut it has helped me greatly. It is doing all that you claim." For wtak sore lurw?, obstinate coughs, stubborn colds, hoarseness, la grippe, asthma, hay fever or any throat or lung trouble its. supreme. f0c & 1.00. Trial Bottle free. Guaran-tee- d by Swann-Da- y Lumher Co. ..M.M.H....NI.WWMfl....,.W.....ll...' Buy Farm Implements, 6) Plows, Harrows, and : FRUIT and SHADE Cultivators FROM- TREES. STRAWBERRY PLANTS. . Asparagus, Raspberries, barb, etc. Blackberries, Roses, Rhu- - Grubbs & Benton, j j Write for free catalogue. We have no agents. Cor. Main and Broadway, Agricultural writers are always H. F. Hlllenmeyer Mrs. Wm. Ware, of Vaughn's urging Jarmers to plant, spja or soy Mill, who has teen in poor health Sons, I place of cow peas. forsome time is in a very dan-- - beans e LEXINGTON, KY. The writer tried these beans a few J gerous condition at this time. t years ago when we planted three "Its an ill wind that blows no- acres. The beans their best body good." Fleas, daggers and to grow b"t the rabbits kept them mosquitoes that usually torment eat down ns fust ns they could grow OAinTATj STOCK, SIOO.OOO ns in hot weather are not all and we lost our seed labor and crop. SURPLUS AND UNbothersome this year on account If you have rabbits better let. goy DIVIDED PKOFITS, 100,000 of the drouth. beans alone. We have grown cow Mrs. J. v Williams has just peas for some time, and they have received a nice shipment of elegant never yet disappointed nsj When A lace curtains that will please her properly cared for they make the OV WlNCIIHTKII. Kv. Imly customers. Ask to see them finest feed to be raised, and they will grow on our poorest land where i when you are at this store. X.HOI.X.Y WlTHHKHPOON, PlIKM. it is not too wet, but their giowtu OAH1IIKK. W. It. SPlIAIt, A new walk to tho Christian on poor land does not enrich the church has been built this week, soil as fast as the advothe fence repaired and painted, cates of legum" 'plant growers would YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED and the yard cleaned oil'. J. G. have you believe." We speak from took the matter in hand experience and for the benefit of ' and has done a nice job of it; those who buy seed instead of TtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTvttTTvv those who have seed to sell. Eye Sight Specialist. Dr. Jus. II. Stamper, of hexing-ton- , A Charming Woman. Ky., eye night specialist, will Is one, who is lovely in face, form bi) at the Boone lIoue in Stanton, 'mind and temper. Hut its hard for Watchmaker Kv June 19 and 20, 1911, all hav- a woman to be charming without Jeweler. ing eye troubles and needing glass-e- s health. A weak, sickly woman will fitted should call on him. Pric- be nervous and irritable. ConstipaJ.c es are very" low. tion and kidney poison show in Notches, skin eruptions and a 4 I'owcll county roads are said ah iviuus ui rraiwii auu riAt.i wiuwiv wretched complexion. But Electric on Short Notice and tn'he in .the best condition for .OT.rr-..LI. Yes, and it haslieen Bitters always prove a godsend to Mime time. TION GUAKAMTOGD. Line of dry est spoil we've had for women who want health, beauty the home time. There has been no and friends. They regulate Stoni-ucJewelry & Spectacles. 1 iver and Kidneys, purify the permanent improvement ii (hem w assure yon. Call and see me in tl) Red blood; give strong nerves, bright J River Hotel Building, eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety Win. Mounts;, Jr. has been by the L. k E. railroad to skin, lovely complexion and CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. J health. Try theuv 50c at take charge of affairs at Natural ' Mr. T"TTTTf?TTTTf TTf fT.TTTfTTTT Bridge this year. Mount is Swanu-DaItumbrCo now home from Cincinnati. His wife will remain for a short time longer in the Queen city. in-th- Winchester, - Ky. i Spring and Summer Winciiester.Bank, the Goods. We invite you to call and see our of Spring and Summer goods. one-fourt- h line We can in te m. i j.p.riAUPPiNj ! ( terest you who appreciate I f mer chandise at the lowest possible prices. up-to-da- We have nil the new tilings in Dress Goods, Neckwear, & etc., pirn-pla- t inn ii.j. etc., for women and misses. We are sole agenls for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, and have all the both in oxfords and pumps. new Htyles in & low-cut- s, . h, We also have a line of millinery. This season our hats will all bo trimmed by one of the best milliner lirms in Ciu-nat- i, and of course will be right up to the minute. We would like to show you men mid boys our lines of clothing, hats, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for . l60 we feel Bure on-gae- d per-fe- et that we can suit you, y . that you will seo that we will save you money. "Walk-Ove- LT- Work Will Start yuu tHku Dr, King's New Life After . t lill and ynulhiulekly enjoy their line results. CoiiHtipaiion and in-- ' dfgestiou VHiiish and appetite They regulate stomach, liver and bowels and impart new ' strength and onurgy to ,the whole system. Try them. Only 25o at ' Hvyann-PaLumber ('". .. 1 : y MtfTiiitil ik U UiUTilk. W huha I Wool Bf ffK to m tilfttf I. N!IMHCKCUH. IM.SABELfcSONS "uiwiT UthtBle, ly. Jtelntict: n.'"i Electric 1 WOOL Bitters si v. - r XAr Wo handle r" shoes for men and buys, and Ml IV have all the new things in low cuts. V i n HIDESandKU t Succeed when everything elie Cafls. nervous prostration sn4 female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, ma thousssds tiave testified. la We also handle Huggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Paper, Cook Stoves, Hooting, Oases, Matting, ItugsW-.tl- l and ete.'' In itact think can supply your every want, i tij ft fs the best tneKia ever sold over druggist's eeumer. FOR KIDNEY, LIVIR AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton, . ,a 1.1 A 4' : 7 ' jt ' who had costumes worn ly thts, women. An Atliinta kjji'0kV6p the Condition Im'imi Mind liftoen .veins liud Ilia He said he could not hriiig him the self to believe that thev were ialit restored suddenly ly an Clay City National Bank the other dny, and while' not "strange animals'. Many expressing iiniiizemeiit over mot others who have never lost t.heir At Oliiy ('hy In tlie otntc'tif Kt'iittickr, at tin clow of bllslllt'Sit Jmif 7th, Wit. ircnrs mid other novelties, was siyhr experienco u similar dilli RtiSOURCKS. most surprised hy the strange culty. 57,W7 !() LomiH 111:1 11 - -tP6f op-rati- nnd iliscountK Ovcnhii ft", spcurod and st'PU red j un- - The Myers Patent Mop Wringer This Mop Wringer Is the only machine ever Invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only takes out the dirt and leaves the mop clean, but it wrings It so dry that there is hardly any moisture left in the mop. The .floor is never left streaked, as younrealwaysusingaclean mop. The machine is very simple to opcratcandrcquiresno skillas anybody can use it, man, woman or child, it is a tabor saver, as one person wilt do the woik quicker and belter than three with any other device known. 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 find a dissatisfied customer. U.S. Hotids tt efcuro circul'n PrvmliiiiiM on U.' H, Hotitl.i 47 !!4 ,000 00 -- Not Slimpiy Now Is the time llonds, securities, etc HunkiiiKrliotHM-- . '.i W . . 32.181 04 fixtures. ."..'?.'... Other rcnU'Ktaie owned. . Due from npproved reserve , " furniture nnd 3.600 00 4M 00 15,472 30 300 00 38 15 SK, VIZ! nents , ...... in Notes of other Xut'l. bank?. Fractional jiaper currency, , nickels, and cents LaWKC'T. MoXEV UltSKIiVK M ynu'arc be- In the MARATHON you get ill this. Bnt don't accept onrmerestnlemont. For bnylnis. Remember, when yoa buy, that the abfo- - we can convince you oi us irum. . lute limit ordollar lor dollar return is In TwhvA In nr. MAllIno' imrtor Rl Whr.n . W?. llaT a CftlnloJO Which describes. CC' iou n mn .nnr retnrns i not ll i,rn. l"? ettl" 'V CW"'.?1: "W"' fltiUh anil diinilahlu utility that characterportion ro your invcsimenu ize the MARATHON. When vnn hnv. bur tint almnlv a ear. but car service, buy correct ilcMirn, acrur- - And it's yours for the asking. ate construction and Rood materials, Buy sound motor car value. Won't you ask for It t MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring a Car but Car Service rl. of vimt when r , SpeclCy Legal-tciide- If your dealer does not handle this Mop Wringer.wrlU direct to us. MYERS WRINSER CO., notcfi 2,500 00 ti. Kedtniptiou fund with r' .'.3.85 25 5,855 25 1,250 00 SOUTHERN MOTOS VcTORKS, NashviHe, Tcnn car. statiaara louring car ana Koacsier. nna lorpcao RocdoScr. Prices from tl00 to 83.700. TiWr(5 Total ofcirTn) . MmuVrt, Mitiawk. N. Y. . .;'..; . 1141,018 88 LIABILITIES. 1 vsass IKlAli .'mSM UAI9 mill an. a m m v I'-V"-- FREE i22E2ffi &kt V" ' . ;.;" . '"'xt' . : . f Ni,--.- i .;. . . fz;:.-"x'i icdirri:l .7 1?. ..' j yu. Bveu?3Sto;u. icvond th shadow brfore )oo bar II i you will let me ship jrouoneot my Adler Organs on free trial. I Brora aeer From My Factory Direct to i n prove mil of a doubt if T25,0O0(X) Capital Uto.'k'itld in Undivided profi lss expenses 'and taxi's, pnid . 4,158 (4 N'nt'l bank note dutstnndin; 25,01X1 00 Due to othe Nity'l BBnks . . . 4.O0U 09 Individual depof it subject to 83.301 check . Woman's Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age. .But women, wno regularly endure pain, age rapidly, tbr suffering leaves its lasting marks on them.. Nearly all women, suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. It should not be neglected. Avoid the 'pain treat yourself at home by taking Cardui, as thousands of other women have done. Begin at once and give Cardui a tan trial. M Tbe Piano and Oraan Maker CYRUS I.. ADLER p Trust You County ok. Powki.l, ) I, A, Tt' ,VJittt Canlner, or the nnnii'd hank, do solemnly swear that the nbovutateinent i true to the )f my knowledge and belief. best . T. Wiiitt, Cntflner. Suliscribi'd and som to before me this KillMlay oT.JuiH' 1011. I'jltnckllenry. otary Public. .My conimisfion. expires at the end of the next regular'session or the senate. Goiiiiect Attv-t,tno.D. Atkinson; 7 : Statu .. r., Total op Kkxtitkv, ( 11 1 1.0 IS 88 J ThaNlsMlngale FinfiiitHlf af Organs. Kusscll,' Directoris. 1 MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've basted the hot air bnbblelof the dealers, asrenta andtnlddlsknen of this country tar aaHas direct . to tue homes at the same price they formerly paid me for my organs. nt e'vcjryiih who'is "cliurni ..'.vK mi:" una ;i Vsymd tellow" uDnnui is u " ithideiyiiislmiiij nt lionie. Many a;Wi!i.t-lJip- in jrnllniii ..... cut It Will Help You tried-Card- J38 SEND ME YOUR NAME further you want to bay or not and IH eend you free of charge and postpaid tharaost wundsifol oraTaa booa and buying plana yon ever aaw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the beit organ but da not give you any proof. I do. and here la the proof. I own my own timber laada,' saw mills, dry kilna and factory. I do not have to pay one penny of profit for himber or milling. Tha profit that other manuf actarara pay ta lumber and saw mills, I pot into aurtndler Organs. (Tbe Ntirhtinsalea of Organs). That's the reason my organ ia better than any other make. Another l'ro f 1 I guaranloe my organs for 60 years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years. I) n'tthla mean something? My selling plans are the fairest, simplest, safest and easiest ever pi t :ed before the American public, in that I grant my customers all the time they want, arrange fiei r p.iyr.,cr.t3 as it suits their income and circumstances, give them reasonable extensions of time I f they can't meet their payments and charge them no Interest. Ask acme of your neighbors who ma dult withyou ahout this. That's the best proof you can get. I would just aa soon give you $1,000 can duplicate this proposition. iu k jld 12 ciinnels liis4tvfl'e ti IIIUII'U tlie; and writes: ITrs. Katie Burlison, Gorcville, 111., '"I raftered with female troubles, and was so sick 1 could not stand I on m'V feet. Finally I began to take Cardui, and soon began to I mend. How, I, am able to do all my housework and am in much roeticr ueaun uian i, was oeiore.r x ry iu . AT W DRTTO STOEIS ........................... Stanton College Offers' unexcelled advantages to theyoung;people of Powell and surrounding coun- . . SbryifARY OF R Elfective May '2. L. & E. TlflE TflBLE. West-Boun8, l'.Ul. No. 1, , No. MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) (i Dally. P. .M.. 1 No. 4", Daily. A. SI. Stations. No. 3 hit n lonenearost to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life tune and It won the highest P zt at the St. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are the best. Everybody Is buying an uu fie-i- days and everybody is buying an Adler on account of Ita high quality, wearing qualities, !j nn 1 reputation. I arn selling them far less than dealeraand agents ara selling cneapergradeorgans Yfhon you stop to think and realize that when you buy from one of these middlemen you mutt r ' hi profit, time, salesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whole lot n I t mds before you as the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working fl i and nicht. grind ing out tho organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and lib Ta! treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I pell an A'l lor. it Mils a dozen moro nad coon indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality always wiaa cut. r Dally A. M. .Daily. P. M. an 1 ::!- - erf'1 ties to secure an . a: : :2d 8 :ti. Lexington, ' v IT educati ion. -- X 2 ::ii 2 :4!l 8:18 8 :32 8 uK fl:()U ft :".r) L. "tt K. .lunetion, Iinliati Fields, Viii'liier, .8:50. 8:05 5:35 ,7:51 7 :37 ' 4:50 4:37 4 :23 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 2 lie fore I sold direct to tho homes at wholesale factory prices, as I am doing now exclusively. I used tfl r.cll to dealers onlv. but when I found out that thev sold mrorc&nl for twice and three times aa Much r.s they paid me. making the poor people bleed for It, I was thunderstruck and quit. I sent out thou janil.i of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct tc tao homes, saving them tno enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them as a thunderbolt from a clenr sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers (over 75.000 of them) at lAst S'2.(!2S,0OO. all of which would have gone to the dealers bad I sold tbe organs through them. You surely appreciate what this means. ( Teachers-Compete- nt. Inilrudion-Thorou- 3:0o :t : l n CLAY CITY, Stmiton, 7:19 7:10 7 :05 4:05 8:5G 3 :51 3:21 3 :2.s 3:47 gh. Si: 12 Si :'27 si SI Uiwtlyu. "FiIkou, CiiiiiptnP .Tnnc'tlnn, 3 :52 4:04 Courses'-Complete. :32 :44 Nutiiral l.ridyo, Torrent, Jliekfoii, Quicksand, , NOW MY PROPOSITION 4 :2Y te, H):ii4. Your Piano TO YOU la Imply toll, I will ihlpyoo,on30d.yifretrtl,tnyoriinyou wut, on avny reuontbU Wnnsyou mty laiceit. Jail It calti yoar Jneomt tad cl ream it u.ct. lt you ktcp tt the end of to trial period, which I know yoa will, you can pay all raih or a amall aom down and the balance monthly, quarterly, amlannoally or any other reaaonable way It t any time yoo. can't meet a, payment when ita doe, 111 gladly fire you reasonable eitenaloa of time. You ahall not Inconvenience yooraall by beylni to Adler, for I'm oln to make It tbe aaleil purchaae ywo erer made. 111 charge you no lntereit aa other organ men are doing. If yoq dou't ketp my organ fate ' ceaae It's notae repreaented, yoa can ablp It bark at my ptnie and I'll pay yoa cTry cent yoa paid for freight, ao)ou forthermore, If at any time will loae tleolataly nothing. within a year, my organ doea not bold up to every claim X made, yoa can ablp It back at'my eipenaa and I'll re torn to you every dollar of tbe purchase price with fl perrut. lntereit and all freights paid. I can agree to da this bersute I know bow my organ a ate made tad positively know they always make good. Expenses-Modera- fl:li 'fi :25 10:57 11 :iif IScn'tiyvnie Jet, O. k K. Junction, C:5t) (i :43 (5:40 :25 C :03 5 :10 5 :05 3:45 3 :30 3:25 3:12 2':5l 1 1 :57 :50 tt 11:35 n 1:25 f Special attention giveri, in pre- - t ' paring for tTpunlyjand State animation, s Ex- - S HANLJY, President. For information; write to REV.C CONNECTIONS. fiKXINOTON': Train No 1 will uinke connection nt Lexington with 'No. 8 will make connection ilm L.'&. N. forJ.ouifvllle, Ky. with tin- L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. CA.MP TON JUNCTION: Tmins No.' 1, 2,'3 and 4, wilrraake with iMouutnin Central Kailwuy to and from Cauipton. UKATTVVIIiLK J L' NOTION: Tminn Nos. I, 2 and' 3 will make with the L. & A. Hailwuy for Heuttyvillo. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trai"H Noh. 2, 3 and 4 will muke conneo- tion with Ohio &, Kentucky Railway fur Cannel City, Ky. and con-nfi'tin- u con-neutio- ii ' O it K. htatioiirt. ' ( My Piano OITcr The Greatest L'y hUh grado world's famous Adlcr Boutliern Concert Grand Pianos ca t bo had direct ficm my factory on the saraa liberal buying plans as tippliod tu my Adlcr Organ. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and llnkh they have no superior, If an equal, and, I can tare you $100 to IU0. The are artistic In d aim built tu la. t a 11 J time, havo a tono as clear und pare rs a bell, and a wonderful, easy, clas- 50 YEAR GUARANTEE organs torSO tometblBf no other organ man will do. My guarantee bond U tbe atrongeit ewtr writtfa anil II yoa will tk yoor banker or any ol toy local banktor tbe editor oltbli paj.r at to my reliability, yoo will L told (bat I aoi ai aoond aa a rock, tbal yoa caa lately enter Into any transaction with no sodtbet alio! tny dealings are on the iqaare. Bend yoar name for catalog and baying plana. Ycu will be under no obligation whaterer, Stool and inetrac, livu book sItm with .very organ. CRYUJ L A0LER, Prst. Mler Mig. Co. C1IAS. SC9.TT, Geu'li Passenger Afjent. I sMr.nl. all zny rri, , 1 tic toutlu Guaranteed lor S3 Years j TEAK THIS OUT. I I I ore-an- a - MAIL TQBAY - f I to take Cirdijl, I .troubles', bjeju-4 will We Ask You o m hjp ycu. thl3 great (oindlo for your female Wft.are sure tt fyemember that ' al reinaly ' I I GupoH, Clibloru. Roup, 'llwberneck, Mar r hock ami Jil exUilDK foiiuj cf poultry din. cusoh. A low ilropln tboilrlnklnir water lircpi fowis Voillliy ami IrcofromdlsoiiM. A ftu b)tt K m iVcu i 3ahom ul wrxiltiuu. lor tbo trcdtme&t c( UloclUieaJ unJ other tllsuuca ta tu cyn Bourbon Poultry Curt Is rtcrgnUcv us lUoHttimlanl poultry tbo onu rriuccjy tlul caa lo UcjwudtU rcmr4y of tbowurlU. It oawltu abkoluta certainty to euro ond prevent m SAVE YOUR FOWLS! EtooL scarf and Initruethnbookgl'en with tivcrf piano. Baud for cataicirua and buylou plaK. , "7 ' Make a cross in the circle for or nlanos or write your name and address on 'a postal rani or in a letter, statins; which ybtt want piano or organ dee- -I I crip t ion. Don't enclose any stamp. 1 pay ail charges.. I it hub puuuiy. CRYUS L ABUHiPrss M9S Chestnut SL Uulsellie, Km want pictures and fulldea.' of your pianos. Bourbon Poultry (Jure , V OI r -i 1 ,har. brouph.t nHcf to thousands of J i oilier sicjc votnen, so why not, to' J vaak-- 1 rcrlodlral r.?M, fcrna iess. many nivp ri U It la Mho !l best modllncjito'tskp." Try It! "I Mr. W.W.'Ralifn,Ho?WriWlllwK7., hava been raitio(ciiicusas unJi lf l.tiyyvei ar 1 1 12 HAS l)a;c." NO EQUAL Mr ". P. Cljy,rai!, I iiiii:ijftl)'ni ciuckcna Iim Ironi L'ipci Ir yii Hinsni jtmuU.rt J'rxilirir Cars, 1 nixl Choiaia I r mrj io J umbciacck." havo vtr ued I jf CbolMa unl .""SSycr1 fHU Bouibpn Remedy Co. 13'Iv.h.b.a. par Dnttlej. Uadlrlej Druo8it.' fco i I lf Trial Vial Ffaa . .. County I The Adlcr , , eieaea ee.wtiea Stat...,, . rciwyCrtH la tkc WwM A Clay QHy Times. 'CoMiinThlf'.CitF ur,jwfliin-L,fl- v I .nr. v ai.. i iirfiwK'K rv SJnnlnn wisirnwii. lav win lfl i.,..