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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 22, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911062201_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 22, 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. 0 THE CLAY 81.00 a Year In Advanuv We arc here to belp Clay City, tie Surrounjing Country and Ourselves. 1. B- - liurgher. 1'itblisher. VOL. XVI. Democratic Candidates. CLAY CITY, KY Cash or No Service. THURSDAY Circuit Court. JUNE 22. J9I1. EXTENSION. ro. 25. The persistent surface cnltivati' suggested above can of course t effectively carried out only whf the orchard has previously t AdRICULTURAL Tlio time for entry into tjio Democratic primary of July 1st closed last Thursday, and many candidates dropped out. How-eveach candidate except. Thos. S. llhea for Treasurer and 0. F. Creeelius for Secretary of State, The following has opposition. have paid the entrance fee and their names will appear on the ballot in the order named, position on the ballots being fixed by draws of the candidates for their respective offices. For United States Senator Thomas H. Paynter, Ollie M. James. For Governor James B. William Addarns. For Lieutenant Governor Edward J. McDermott, James P. Edwards, T. G. Stuart. Thomas S. For Treasurer Rhea. er For Auditor of Public Accounts Ruby Laffoon, Henry M. Bos-worth. Garnett, O. goods in Clay City disturbs us Crecelius. but little, but it seems to dis J?or Superintendent of Public turb some others a great deal. It Instruction Barksdale Hamlett, work. is for their sake and the sake of L. O. Littreli, R. S. Eubank. the boys coming on that the To Evangelize. For Commissioner of AgriculTimes is seriously interested in Elder John I. Wills, of the ture, Labor and, Statistics J. getting liquor' away from this W. Newman, B- - F. Hill, G. T. Baptist, church for years a lead town. For Attorney General James H. Pollard. For Secretary of State C. F. Owing to such unsatisfactory collections in the publishing of Commissioner sales the Times in the future will print on such sales unless the order for tho printing is accompanied by the cash to pay for the same. Wo have cut. the rate half into and fixed the charges so it will be ea sy for any one to tell what they will be. The rate is now but cent, a word per insertion or 1 cent for three insertions the num ber of insertions required by law. Any one can count the number of lines in a job. If you want your business to appear you must leave this amount of inon ey with the Commissioner or the pudlishcr direct, otherwise there vjill be no publication of the sale. We regret to have to be so ex acting, but as it liao been we have not been able to collect more than half what we have earned and then wait from six months to two years to get this much. We do not. want the business with such unsatisfactory returns, consequently have made the cash in advance plan effect ive from this date. No pay, no Circuit Court convened at Stanton Monday with Judge Ben ton on the Wrich and B. A. Crutcher, Compionweulth's At tomey assisted by County At tor nov M. A. Phillibs orosecutins. There was a large crowd presest and several important cases to come up. Ill, his charge to the grand jury Judge Benton said in the future the;aw as it applies to seining the running streams for fish in the future would be enforced, and .Warned the former violators of this law to be on their guard. ! Among the visiting attorneys we observed J. B. White, of Ir vine; J. P. Adams, of Jackson ; Judge Scott, of. Frankfort, and B. R. Jouett, Winchester. Tired ef Saloons. We learn an effort will be made this fall ib get a local op tion election held in this county. The county is dry every where except in Clay City and the move of course is to get Clay City dry. Personally the wet Wright. For Clerk of Court of Appeals wGreeneJMwgatf Rober Cblnn. a Today is the longest day of the year and those persons who have the habit of sleeping only during the night can now rejoice as the nights will gradually grow longer ind the days shorter. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burgher were in Winchester the first of t ie week. ing minister of the bluegrass counties has been engaged by ;the JBjaoRes.feek-As3oiatMiijt- o' do some evangelizing this sum mer .in the mountain territory of this association which includes Powell, Estill, Lee and Owsley counties. .Elder Wills is a native of this county and was ordained to preach the Gospel as a member of Salem church four miles south of this city thirty years ago. When Bro. Wills gets in this territory he will be at home again. Plant. me o t h ftBewj er enterprising Citizens of Stan ton have their brick and tile plant ready for operation. They have already made several thou sand brick which will be used for their own use in the plant and also have burned a few joints of tile. The output is s in every particular, and tho business promises to be a profitable venture and one of much usefulness to the people of New Brick THo first-clas- 1 fjrJTOui" anJ Summer Care of Orchards. In a season of drouth like that through which Kentucky and adjacent states-arpassing, tho production of our orchards as well as our field crops is subject to a very serious reduction through lack of 'sullleient soil moisture to perfect the young orchard fruits. The methodsof avoiding or checking this loss in the orchard are the same in principle as those adopted in producing a full crop of corn or other field crop. The most effective and usually the cheapest plan is to keep up a frequent shallow cultivation of the soil with the spike tooth, or Acme harrow, or some other surface working implement. The necessity of this frequent cultivation is often not so apparent as in the case cf field or garden crops, since the foliage of the tree may continue to appear fresh and green while it is still unable to secure enough moisture to meet the additional demands of growing fruit. Under these conditions much of the fruit drops while smiill and that which remains fails to develop to normal size and quality. I On the other hand well authen ticated instance are recorded where large and profitable peach crops have been secured in a time of drouth of more than a month's duration, by an almost daily working of the soil,' when surrounding fruit jrjrmshaveproduced no crop worth marketing. Under ordinary conditions the frequent cultivation of the early summer should be followed in July or ear'y August by the sowing of some winter cover cron. such as cowpeas, soy beans, oats or rye, to be turned under early the following spring. b( plowed and harrowed in the a, ru : If the orchard is in grans or wet'ii' F some relief from the effects drouth may ho had by cutting t)n growth and spreading it under tl i trees as far as the branches extend adding also some str.iw, grf weeds or other vegetable matt t that may be secured from otlr parts of the farm. This latter pi at , presisted in from year to year, con stitutes tho "sod mulch system and has been rather widely adopted in recent years by apple growetu, as a substitute for the somewh.-.-t more orthodox method of surfar cultivation followed by the winttr cover crop. Tt is epeoiafy saitiJ to rough or hilly lands where a system of thorough cultivation is n t practicable, but some of its mott. enthusiastic and successful advo cates are located on comparatively level lands in our neighboring Stav of Ohio. In apple growing districts which have been affected with the browner bitter rot of the fruit, spraying with the Bordeaux mixture should sti'l be continued at two weeks intervals as a means of holding these troublesome diseases in check. C. W.Mathews, Prof.ofHorticultuti: ' Drouth Broken. That the drouth is broken is no longer a doubt. Tho ground h&n been thoroughly wet and every thing growing looks well. Corn is in unusually fine growing condition. The previous dry weather afTorded excellent opportum ty to thoroughly work it and tb good rains are causing it to grow faster, it seems than ever boforo noticed. the county. Farm Bid in By the Heirs. Tho G. W. Lyle place on nard- wick'a creek was offered at pub lic sale on the premises last Thursday but was bid in by the heirs at $8,000.00. This is a splenbid farm of 200 acres which lays well and is one of the best farms in the county. Two small WALDRON & JOHNSON, Just Received a nice line of Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise aini Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the er tracts of land not adjoining this place were sold, one to G. W. Clark and the other to Noah Russell. ip f are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Little Miss Lillie Burgher, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burgher, celebrated her bjrthday yesterday after noon. A number ot her little friends were present aud had a delightful time, The little guests were served with a treat to or- augesand banannas. . 1 Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are uot ,H -- . Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You tDhtireliiainary figures of the thirteenth' census 6f manufactures of Louisville show a decrease, of 1 per cent, in the capital invested, und an increase of 6! or 7 per cent, in the number of establichinents. The value of products in 1909 was 8101,284,000 asugainst 8Ka,U4,()0U Jr 1904, an increase 23 per cent. . already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. Mrs. J. W, Williams will open a new grocery store .in the drug '. L 1. . "II T. store ouuuiug J my xst which win also handle produce then. Read the new ad. elsewhere in this issue. 1 Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods'' Born, Wedue'sday, June 20th to "Mr. and Mrs. Joe King a son. an ;"i&s THE TIMES. runiusnED evkky tiiursdat. Subscription rates $ia year or three .years in advance $2, J E. liurghe'r, Publisher. Entered ai second-clas- s mail matter. Thursday, June 22, 1911, CLUB RATES. For tho convenience of our sub- wo have arranged club rates vitn tne following papers at prices oeiow mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 E. T. Franks is continually " Southern Agriculturist 7.'5 muddling the water through The Mr. Byrd who last week which O'Rear must pass over to held a series of meetings at the get the coveted Republican noni residence of George Hall and in ination for Governor of Ken f ho grove near his house and who tucky. He is producing affidav was admitted through courtesy its reflecting on the follower 'of io a neighboring church to preach LaFollette and says before the Saturday and Sunday,-- tooktoc-- J convention comes off he will so eyes that Vision in one onus taiKs to maKe awaken Republican's .some remarks about the editor the nomination will come to him of the Olay Oity Times because 'with little effort. Franks seems he was referred to in one of our to be a valuable asset of the correspondence as a Latter Day Democrats and is fast, proving ' Haint. If this as good both himself, and OIRear to be us he professes to be a slight er- easy timber for a united Denioc ror like this would be overlook- racy to devour. Let the good ed, as any reasonable man knows work proceed. mistakes will occur by tho most the Taft Republicans aroreajly careful. The Times has always If under the impression that the Pres gladly corrected any mistake ident will have no opposition for a it. has made and this is the first renomination, they, are laboring ( ime its editor has ever been ceunder an hallucination. Senator ntred publicly to our knowledge for a mistake. We judge this La Follette, of Wisconsin, is in the fiory expounder of the "Gospel field , and progressive- Republican leaders in every state in the Union truth", is wJioUyHjjCusable are worktop for La .FolIette dele 'We lire to'Icrlieaid he al The Democratic primary of July 1st is working warm and the many candidates, are kept busy in tho campaign. Tlie Tunes has no suggestions to make to our readers as to the best men to vote for, we think any of them will do to beat tho other sido with. Of course the editor same as any other Democrat has his choice and will vote for them but wo are not through those col umns going to try to persuade others our way. The Times is for tho nominees because we think they will be worthy. Each voter should make up his mind as to whom ho will vote for before he goes into the booth' and hunt that man up and vote for him whether he bo at the top or bottom of the list of candidates. really the fairest in the minds of the people of the commonwealth than any of the other Republican offciiils. ' ) ! ' J. 0. Van Meter has withdrawn from the race for Tresurer before the Democratic primary. The labor vote lined up against him and it was doubtless this that showed him the handwriting on the wall. New Grocery. Store, We will open a new and complete line If the Republioans caused hogs to bo worth $10 per hundred last year what is causing them to be worth but $5 per hundred this year? The Democrats of the State are in fine condition to win a splendid victory this fall, it seems to us. Dissensions of the party four years ago are absent this time. Mow's This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Rewnrd for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's s. of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES r- In the Littlepage building recently moved to 6th ave. and will sell them at V.." ...... ....... . .' K " man-was- . Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney Sr. Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made, by his firm. Valding, Kinnan$; Marvin. Whojesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hallos patarrh Care is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Popular Prices for cash or ,will exchange' for Country Produce Store will be business July 1. Mrs. J. W. Williams. - how-cver- 'r' 3v Wanted to see us. There is nothing to hinder him from seeing us poven days in a week if he will M, I nail nhnnr nrt! civ hi., 4 days, and our home on Sunday. e "arlstr anxious to see Mr. ; yru and try to lind out what doctrine ho preaches and V hat he alls the he represents. Wo-arI gates. I 4,Taftand sure defeat, or La Fol- lette and a chance to win." is the e II t. f W,B. T Iorce8, oaH,IBOrJrul l'"ee We ' and i Value Small Accounts give them . first-clas- s ' This home trade proposition extends to the merchant both j; ways. He expects his home peo-- j pie to patronize his business, and ! (hoy should. But does the home Auditor James has announced merchant, always patronize homo for Treasurer of Kentucky. As ratg?t Louisville and Lexington Auditor of the State Mr. James are our homo cities and mer-- i li!is,a , cjean reeord .and. stands diants should, whenever possible, buy their goods from the ikanBusiness School Nrholesule men in these cities. Lexington, Ky. Of course, however, the most' important thing .ibout. the tnerI ( . Some things we can't get into our heads are right. Ono of them is that it is right for leader of a Sunday school in the to be leader of a came of ball in the afternoon. Another is, that it is right, for a lender in the ball room to be a teacher of a Sunday school class. fore-noo- n service. Men of limited means We should have an account with a good, strong' bank. ... are not too ' ...give;the small customer large to our best attention and are seeking his business. Glay .City National Bank. l i TYPEWRITING. our home cities cannot make the (""ices'they are out. But it has This school has turned out hunnlways been our experience that dreds of men and women who 'Mlie prices .of Lxjngton tiud Lou-- ! are successes. It will make Mville merchants has always a success of vou. lieen as low oli'lnost'articTes' and on some tilings, a great deal Write for Catalogue. lower. j J chant's business is prices, and if BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, li .f-:- Hanna's Green Seal i i. HOPE & MILLS ft jOUG "The Made-to-We- ar Paint" Formula on Every Package DoesTliig Mean Anything to You? r ilt expresses tke maker's faith j PROUD OF HER CAKES, Itntild 'dud riles tin- - wnmiin iu u lui bus mail them from lion: Mills' flour.. SiKjoegij hi hrt'ijil.or cake likin.' is always mi it- - to follow' j when you use this hi'.'h (trade and lsntiefa'tory Hour, old every when. b the product. Labor is the pradpal cast in painting. The material should be the best. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. rOR CALK BY Mfg'd'by J. ANDREW CAIN,' Versa ill'esT' Ky. Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. To KIII?MosqultoM. Sunday excursions nre numerMosquitocB nover get but. a few ous this summer and they all seoni to be well patronized by yards away fronn their hatching the public. Nntuinl Bridge is place unless blown by the wind. If you have an open rain barrel, AN A LI 1AF Kit. nn unusually popular resort or other water about your place, it. will niako a fine breeding LOCAL BREVITIES. The Winchester Democrat, is- place for the wicked little buz TlIUItSDAY, .... June '22, 11)11 sued an Industrial edition Tues- zers, but a very small amount of day which was a hummer. It coal oil poured on the water will Mrs. It. A. Irvin visited Mrs. showed up Winchester to a great stop tliem ' as readily as if you .1. I). Atkinson lit Stanton a fuw advantage, and also gnve write-up- s hunted out every egg. On a rain of many of the Democratic barrel only days this week. few drops of oil is ji candidates for State ollices before necessary. On a larger hole of The Kentucky l'ress Associ- the primary July 1st. water or small pond it may take ation is in session at. Curelean According to figures compiled several spoonfuls. , Springs, Trijifr county this week. by the Insurance Press, life inWins FiRht For Life. Tlie trial of Berry Burnett for surance was paid to beneficiaries It was a long and bloody battle shooting Eld. N. Mclntosli was in Kentucky last year to the for life that was waged by .1. B. continued in the Powell Circuit of 7,500,000, and of this Mershon, of Newark, N. .1., of Court Monday. not one dollar of, it came to Pow- which he writes: "I had lostmucli will soon ell county. In Powell it seems blood from lung hemorrhages, nnd The Glorious Fourth The picnic promoters that life insurance must insure. was veiy weak and run down. For he here. .Clay City have about nil moveight months I was unable to work. of Valuable Items. ed away and it is likely we will We are thankful to the Ken- Death seemed close on my heels, no celebration this time. have tucky Agricultural Experiment when I began, three weeks ngo, to : t Staiion for the valuable farm use Dr. King's New Discovery. Albert Witt, of Lexington, Hut it has helped me greatly. It is came in Monday to spend a fow notes this Department is furnish doing all that you claim." Forwtak weeks during vacation with his ing us of late and we gladlv sive sore lungs, .obstinate coughs, stubspace to these articles when pos urn nd parent3, Mr. an J Mrs. J. sible for us to do so. They are born colds, hoarseness, la giippe, A. Fox. always of great value to the asthma, hay fever or any throat or James Miller, an erstwhile fanner. The one this week on lung trouble its eupreme. oOc & citizen of Clay City last winter, "Summer care of orchard" should S1.00. Trial Bottle free. Guaran Lumber Co. died in Clark county, June 12. be read by every one who has an teed 1)3' Swann-DaHe was a Union Veteran and orchard. MHilllMbllllMVI leaves a young.wife. Work Will Start FRUIT and SHADE Mrs. .1. W. WilPafos has receiv- After you take Dr. King's New Life j ed a nice line of Ladles SkirtS' arid Pills nnd you'll quickly enjoy iheir is selling them at prices that will fine results. Constipation and inj STRAWBERRY PLANTS. make them go fast. digestion vanish and appetite returns.. They regulate stomach, liv Asparagus, Blackberries, Bert Frazier, of Powell county, B Raspberries, Roses, 1th u- - f and Miss Rebecca Ridford, of er and bowels and impart new whole barb, etc. this county, were married at the strength and enrgy to the system. Try them. Only 25c at court house Thursday by Judge Swann-DaWrite for free catalogue. Lumber Co. James H. Evans. Winchester We have no agents. i j Democrat. New millinery just arrived at F. Hlllenmeyer s Mrs. .1. V. WiMfnms and at pleas- 1 H. John W. Henry h"s Wen in a ing prices. Call and pick your dc Sons, very dangerous condition at the 9. choice. 5 LEXINGTON,. .afio'me of his daughter, Mrs. C. 0. KY. J Laying" 'or "Lying." Eaton, in this city for several A young college graduate was days, but is thought to be some working on a Kansas. farm dur better by his doctor. ing the slimmer vacation who Mrs. J. vT. Williams has just p CAPITAL STOCK. SIOO.OOO M took a special delight in involvreceived, a nice shipment of elegant SUKPMJS AND UN ing the old farmer in discussions. DIVIDED PROFITS. 100.000 c2 luce curtains that will please her One day the fanner remarked holy customers. Ask to see them that one of his hens, pointing her when yon arent this store. THE out, showed a desire to nurse The Three murder cases were trans- some eggs into chicks. ferred from the Breathitt .County young fellow immediately saw a Ol" WlNaiSTBB, KY. Circuit Court to the Powell Cir- chance for an argument, and askN. Hoi-J.WlTIIEKSPOOTf, PnidS. cuit Court mid will be tried at a ed the farmer if the hen was W. It. Shhah, Oahhiiju. jJ setting'1 or "sitting" on the special term of the court beginning the .'kd Monduy in August. eggs, io winch tanner replied: THE TIMES. E Despair and Despondency No one but a woman carj tjllthc stdry o( the faser)nfj (he despair, and the despondency endurea by women' who carry a daily burden of and pain because ot disorders end derangements of the delicate and Important oifAi ilia? are distinctly feminine. The tortures so bravely endured completely. Upset the nerves if long continued. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for weakness and disease of the feminine organism. HOME-MAD- IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL! It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and forthes pain. It tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood Honest medicine dealers veil it, and and motherhood. have nothini! to ure unon ou as " iusf s iood.'' and hns a record of forty year?, cf cures. It is Ask Your Neighbors. They probably know of some of its many cures. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure them at home, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost fii mailing only, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-paf'- e illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-tcovers. dale edition, in pir-tIn handsome 31 stamps. Addresi Dr. R.V. Pierce, Btifitlo, N.Y. non-secre- t, o cloth-bindin- Bu - Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and S y Cultivators FROM- TREES. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, y Winchester, - Ky. Spring and Summer Winchester Bank, Y Goods. We invite you to dead at his home in Lebanon me is when she cackles. Then I aged 82 years. lie was Governwonder whether she's 'laying' or rv vv v i v or when the writer could first 'lying' ". Govthe mimes of our A Charming Woman. ernors and Chester A. Arthur Is one who is lovely in face, form was President. Watchmaker mind and temper. Hut its hard for The wheat crop this year prom- a woman to be charming without 5! Jeweler. ises to he one of the largest in health. A weak, sickly woman will the country's history. This in- he. nervous und irritable. Constipasures cheaper hreiidstuM for the tion and kidney poison show in next year which will be hailed Hutches, skin eruptions and a All Kinds of Watch and Clock with delight by all except the WKWehed'oomphixion. But Electrio Repairing on Short Notice and farmer who has wheat to sell. Hitters xlwity prove a godsend to Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of . In last, week's issue it was a:f women 'who want health, beauty They regulate Stomand friejdn. nonnced that Elder Deward Jewelry & Spectacles. MaMierly would preach at the ach, Liver and Kidaeys, purify the Call and see me in the Red hlood; give strong nerves, bright Christian church in this city River Hotel Building, eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety niirht. This was n mistake. - KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY. He cuntiot get here on Saturday skin, lovely complexion and health. Try them. 50o at 5 night tint will lie here Siindny Swann-DaLumber Co. innrniim and at night as previm "Well, that don't interest mo. J. Proctor Knott The only way that hen interests YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITKD ' call and see our line We can te .m of Spring and Summer goods. V in- 4 J.P.riAUPPIN, I terest you who appreciate up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. We have nil the new tilings in Dress Goods, Neckwear, & pirn-pl- e, etc., & etc., for women anil misses. We are sole agents for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, tind have all the new styles in low-cuts, both in oxfords und pumps. This season our hats Cin-nat- i, We also have a line of millinery. will nil bo trimmed by one of the best milliner Arms in , and of course will be right up to the minute. We would like to show you men and boys our lines of clothing, hats, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for we feel sure that we can suit you, also Stit-urdi- iy per-fe- et 2 y ously announced. A that you will see that we will .save you money. "Walk-Ove- Dreadful Wound. 1 Fnini a knife, gun, tin can, rusty j imil, lire works, or of any otliei nu-lure, demands, prompt treatment1 i itb Itnekleips Arnicu ijjH.lve to pre- - j vi'iitMilniKl poison or gangrene. Its the quickest, purest healer for all tomb .wrmiids us ulxo for hunts, boils nre, skin eruptions, eczema corns or pih)s. 25o at Fwiiuiicliay Lumber Co. n, TJ Electric WOOL Bitters WE BUY ,HIDESano1 aMtkitUJ WC We handle r" shoes for men and bnys, and in low cuts. . have all the new things Wo also handle Huggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Rugs, Wall. Paper, Cook Stoves, Upofing, BilDttlgi, F vecuto I Mtir fat tm tkti tint K whtlw KCfefHCt: SIT Succeed when everything else tails. in nervous prottrauon ana lemaie weaknesses they are 'the supreme.-remedy- , aa thousands have testified.1 and ete. In fact think can supply your every want. WsIBtftecl Itlk U 1MUTI1K. Wi itc IH1IM Mt sUfftr. is in. br pise UU.I Vmnm, If. it U the beet medicine ever sold' over a drpggty'a counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. ft N SPOUT SPRING. H. F. Christopher was at Stan, ton Monday. SCIENTIFIC NEW DISCOVERIES. Mrs. AsaSnoWden has recover telegraph Br the ed from an attack of threatening ojwrator enn exactly locate a fracture an In nearly 3000 miles lono. a submarine cable fever. cloctro-masnottc The Open Door A tew fossils sent to an expert geologist CttrtoU BImvt. 0tCBaaaBM.Mw . ar - mm to Mrs. R. A. Kerby er.aoie formationaccurately determine tnc rock from which they are takon. This ho can describe as perfectly were transacting business in Clay as If the rocky formation was before him on the table. City Tuesday. Mr. and Klmbrell. Silas Puckott sold to Jos. Tut tie 4 head of 500 pound cattle at 4 cents per pound. J. W. Tuttle and Thomas Clem are fishing near the mouth of Lulbegrud creek this week. Milton Elliston, of Versailles, representing J. Andrew Cain's flour mills was here last week. attended District Conference at Hazel Green last week as a delegate from the Methodist church. Charles Stone, of near Iron Mound, is very low with tuberculosis and is not expected to live but a short time. Rev. Joseph Cosby preached at Jackson's Chapel last Sunday in the absence of the pastor who was in Perry county. Mrs. John Harris and niece, Miss Mary Burton, visited Mrs. Harris' brother, Ray McKinney, near Waltersville last week. ' W. G. Patrick Yaughn's Mill. There was a small gathering of the youns folks at Mr. A.' Baruett's Sunday. The new born babe of Mr. Dannie Strange died Monday and was buried Tuesday on Frames branch. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crowe from Little Creek spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bush of this place. The prize seed corn whichjwas planted by a few of thejminors of Hardwick's creek say that prospects are good. The meetings of the Saints which have been held at Mr. Hall's have been very interesting hygienic moasuro Itsellicleucycuii scarcethe attendance has been unus- ly be In medicine there has been ranld ually large. It is reported that real progress during recent years, and and Dr. up wiui 1110 in mat fierce they will hold a camp meeting he has nas Kepimanufacture times Ingredi and had tho fiooir. remedies Improved ents In his In a modern laboratory by skilled chemists, the greatest care being exercised to Mrs. JelF Wright is in see that the ingredients entering Into his n medicines nr. nrrce's Faat Lexington. Her.'Je.vesi vorite Prescrlotion as well as the "Golden have almost failed Mrs. Medical Discovery " aro extracted fnora medicinal roots, Ware, who has beenJIvery low the bestvarloty of native and ntthe proper gathered with great caro for some time is slightly improv- season of the year, so that their medici nal properties may no most rename. We wish thesejpeople a ing. Great caro Is exercised not to over en courage the specialists speedy and permanent recovery. of this those who commit no false hopes institution that may be raised. Tin Sunday school held its regDr. Pierce's Common Senso Medical Is sent free receipt stamps ular appointment at the Chris-tia- Adviseroxnenso of maoninor onlv. of Send 31 to uav stamps for the church Sunday. The attend-anc- e well-know- n has certain unmistakable signs or toms. Ily reason of this fact the clans and specialists connected with Dr. Ficrco's Invalids' Hotel and Surslcal In stltuto at HufTalo, nro enabled to accurately determine the naturo of many chronic diseases without seeing and personally examining their patients. In recognizing disease without a personal examination of the patient, they do not claim to possess miraculous powers. They obtain their knowledge of the patient's disease by practical and principles of modern science. Certain diseases display certain peculiar traits. Subjected to scientific analysis they furnish abundant data to guide, the judgment of the skillful practitioner. This method of troatlng patients at a distance, by mall, has been so successful that there Is scarcely a city or a vllllugo In the United States that Is not represented by one or moro cases upon tho records of practlco at tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. Such rare cases as cannot bo treated in this way, which require t, surgical operations or careful or electrical therapeutics, receive the services of tho most skillful specialists at the Institution. Dr. R. V. Pierce long ago established this Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute with a full Staff Of Physicians who were expert in thoir specialties. These physicians may bo consulted, by letter, free and without charge whatever, if you wish a specialist's advice upon any chronic malady. The same system of "special I tea" Is observed as In tho depart- merits of a medical college The professor who would assume to lecture iman derjart- meots with equal en so and ronclenc; would bo soverely ridiculed by his col- -' o leagues, and it Is Just as ebsurcd to that tho general practitioner can keep himself informed of the many new methods of treatment that are being constantly devised and adopted In the several departments of Medicine and Surgery, reonio wno nave neon patients at Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y have much to say in regard to this wonderfully equipped Sanitarium, where all the latest electrical apparatus, as well as electric water baths, Turkish baths, static curelectric machines, rent, and other most modem and apparatus are used for tho cure of chronic diseases. Tho treatment of tho chronic diseases that aro peculiar to woraon havo for many years been a largo factor in tho cures effected nt tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. treatment, which is Tho violet-ra- y another Interesting proceeding. Is carrlrd by concentrating the light, rich in out the violet or chemical rays, from an arc light with a specially prepared carbon, upon anr portion of the body that mav l.e the seat of pain. Sufferers from neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism strains, sprains, also from those obscure, exhausting pains (tho origin of which cannot at times be accurately aetermineaj irequenuy nr.a Immediate, relief from a single, treatment and usually with a little persistence in the use of this aid, comfortable, health or perfect rocovery Is obtained, 'men. tnero is me incandescent lie: bath, consisting of a cabinet in which the patient is bathed in tho combined rays of many electric lights. It has produced really wonderful results in diabetes, sciatica, rheumatism, obesity, antcmla, and some forms of kidney and. heart trouble. It has also nroven valuable In chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma and the various skin disensM. As a general symp-pliyslsup-poste bo, also, In medical science. Disease Program for theXjhristian Endeavor Society rusting Sunday evening, June 36th. Topic "A Missionary Journey Around the World." Leader Patrick Henry. Organist Reese Sfiimfessel. Song by Society. Bible Lesson, (2 0or. 11:21-28- ) "China for Ohfii't" Mrs. O. ' Portwood. J Opens the Door "Tho Nation to Christ" Mrs. S., G. Easter. "What Christian Endeavorers Ought to Know" 8allie Fletcher ' Not Simply '. Song by Society. in.-hibe- Earnest. "A Journey Edna Now In tb time Of year when ynu'uro be- la the MARATHON you set till,! his. pinning to tniaic or mo car you luiuim ouyina. iDiembtr.whcn yon buy. tnat th obo- - wo can convince run vi iw. num. .., , late limit or dollar for dollar rctnrn la ....v. .1 n... 1.. reached Incarsielllnt tinder 12.000. Wuen . "S ;U.Y" " yon nay more, your returns nro not in flnt.b'and dcnendaliluutiilty tbatclnrucler- portion to your investment. lie me MAKAittUM. Whn von bar. buv not almnlr a but car service. Buy correct dcntpn, accurAnd it's yours for tho asking. ate conttrncUon and good materials. Iiuy Wont you ask for It I sound motor car value. MAMATMBN ataslcla UeMc Torseslo Car, Fore Boor Touring a Car but tar Service r.V "A Descriptionof Bontany" Malcolm Wood." SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nishvtfle, Tern. Tour lag .csw ana Koaoatcr. ana iorpcao rrlecs) fMM to $UTM. Toifl "TheirBurialCostume" " Johnson. Song by Society: Orate Mrs. Bert Eaton. "Food in China'.' Mrs. A. 'M. Burgher. "The Most I can tell about China" Ohas. Tonilineon, "Habit in China" Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Cardui for tneir female troubles. Cardui has been found to relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and dizziness, arising from deranged organs. It does more than relieve, if used persistently, many have writ ten to say that it cured them. Roll Call. Song by Society, Benediction. years,, ago Peter of Portland, Ore., took under protest a corner lot of laud in that city, fifty by one hundred feet, rather than lose his week's wagrVand a shotgun which he had loaned his employer. Recently he sold the lot for ,$250,000 cash. Fifty-two CARDUI It Will Help You ever-sinc- e J37 The Farm Journal says: Place a paper bag over each bunch of grapes when the fruit is the size of small shot. This protects the grapes from insect and bird injury, and insures extra- choice clusters. Fasten the mouth of the bag close about each stem, with a pin, of wire,. or string. two-poun- d Mrs. Maxwell. Johnson, Tampa, Fla writes: "Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed. I had been suffer 1 was 16 years old. One day I ing witn numb spells decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to give Cardui I a long and fair trial." Mrs. Johnson suffered Tears. Have vou? 'Do vou wish toP luut wuj buuci ai uur xaKe uuruui. uive u a iair inax. AT ALL DRUG STORES Istanton Collegef Offers unexcelled, advantages to SJilffrrtY East-Bouud. OF L. & E. TIflE Effective May '28, 1911. stations. . TgLE. No. 1, West-Boun- No. 2, Dally. P. M. No. 4, Daily. A. M Daily A. M. No. 3, Daily.. the young people of Powell and surrounding education. coun- 1:3.1 ties to, secure an the'lins-pitu- l Z TeachersCompetent. Inslraclion-Thorou- gh. heraud Courses Complete. Expenses-Moderate. 2:17 2:35 2:49 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:04 4 :25 2 5:19 6:25 7:20 8:05 8:18 8:32 8:50 9:00 9 :f5 9:12 9:27 9:32 9:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:26 ,, Lexington, Winchester, L. & . Indiin Fields, CLAY CITY, Junction, ' Stiuiton, Rosslyii. FlUon, Caniptun .Tnnctlon, Natural Bridge, Turrent, Beuttyyllle Jet, O. & K. Junction, Jxckson, Quicksand, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 0:59 0:43 P. M 5:35 4:50 4:37 4:23 4:05 3:56 3:51 3:45 6:40 0:25 0:03 5:10 5:05 1:25 3:30 3 :25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1,:50 Ai u Special attention given in pre- one-ce- cloth-boun- was good. Next Sunday, 23,) xvill be rite last. meet, i.itf of the second quarter, the of new officers and cpiar-lerlreport will be in operation. You should bo there. y lluffalo. N. Y ana surgical write me invalids-iiote- i Iiistlt'ite. Dr. H. V. Pierce, President, af The paring (or County and State amination. Ex- To read of the lavish and expense of the (jorona-tiocelcbritses together with the lini.i mill nvo liutnaii hfiiiits to u Ii in uniillin eieiit. u fuir 'minded pereon is made to wonder tn loo ni"n'h' of our (J re a tor extenh. Tho thousti'idH of n .inn Hiik-- i tn.ii ibis mi-- be continued. ,..' ; I capita wealth of France is greater than that, of any other nation in the world. The Wall Street .journal tells the total wealth of four nations as follows: United States, $125,- 000,000.000: Great Britain, France, $HJ,000,000,. 000, and Germany, $01,000,000,-000- . Franco has 40,000,000 pop. ulation, which gives $2,075 per capita ; Great Britain has '10,000, 000 weoplo and $1,030 per capita ; United States has 1)0,000,000 poo- pie and fl.HOO per capita, while (JiM-man- per For information; write to REV. J. C. HANLEY, President. CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make connection at Lexington with the No. 3 will make connection N. for Louisville, Ky. with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. OAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Hallway to and from Canipton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will moke with tbe L. k A. Railway for Iieattyvllle. O. & K. .JUNCTION: Trails Nob. 2, 3 and 4. will make connection with Ohio A Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and O. & K. lUtiona. CHA&. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. con-nectio- n We Ask Ton to take Cardui, for your tcawlc troubles, because wa arc sure It will help you. Remember that this great female remedy aartos) mltrr Car Isi reootUcda tbastsodsrd poultry Nsasdy OftB world. Ills tba.ono remedy ttet osa be desaadsd a with sbxHas ewUlntr to cure aodffavtAt dis- SAVE YOU FOWLS I free from disease. 'A Mobottln makes 12 callous of meUlcino. 1'ot Uia trealmwl of Blaokhninl said otbir disease. In tut Loys 0esf Cholera. Vqbp, WsrrtMa snd all water form of beslthy (lsrsw.droiis la (ha drlnklnif cxUtlnir keeps town ponltrr and "SiRSaaW eases. A Jew sHassf 01,000,000 popula-aioOF Gerand $002 per capita, Post iuaster.tiiMier.il HifHi.-i.rlUn- tl v'r.iMi:iif ays unind many lacks njpittil for her own has brought reljjto thousand of .1,0') 0.1(1 pet yen- niori' to imliiH rial oxpn.isiou, The wealth other sick voiirusi. io whv'rwt to 'li in you? For licaSacl-o- , backache . iitli'.i ,!. fur finyinu' mail than of Franco has Imhmi brought u. lliron-'ltin savin" hain't. '.Mill Hijjii..l liit'hi. Tin it "'"L bout nsss. myny iisvo'.sald It 13 ''the i .i I"' '"' IHIIIItl'OIS plOp(, (mii itMr Mi nan 9 nvjd!clntsJstaW," Try It! ; id iv.;vi!il. it bir tin am ft liac The jrW ol l.tmlir is t. taring , j.Sf Sl.t; ll ' likti. ,('. hiiH u Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS NO EQUAL Mr F. P.- City, Fult , Ky., I "Lsit i rsliJ hundrcdi ol cliickaai liMfram sapeft by sivlutf ihcni BuiUin Poultry Cult, 1 nnti . - - -- ""I'T" - ... i ,HopkIirlll.1Ky.,i.n: "I at loroauiy inyytaf4 snq I sr ysr ."S&S? J j Uaalna lourbon Rimtdy Ct, ISSSfa. rtieiUU. awB)rama, v. s. a. twtm whii rraa bt ySwann-Di- y t Cy.Cily.. Ur. Co.,' HaJwipk & Co. 's ' k SUaton. i 1