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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 29, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911062901_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 29, 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. . . $1.00 a Year In Ailvanw. Wc are here to help Clay City, thSorroonJioe W. r Coaniry aid Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher. Publisher. VOL. XVI. 8th KHNTUCKV. The following aro the names of the survivors of the 8th regiment Ky., Vol., Inft., according to the memory of Ed Smith : E. B. Smith, Fincastle, Ky. REUNION CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY m JUNE 2P. J 91 1. MO. 20 tism the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. S.Mt McKinnf " T. G. Watson Stanton Ballanger Ledford Old Furnace, Ky. James Spencer Fillmore J. 0. Vanderpool Lee City " Asbery Stamper St. Helens, " Steove Frailey, ' Fincastle " Ky Oalla, Patsey " W. M. Graham, John G. Smith, This 8th Ky., Inft., Vol., has " --Tames Johnson, Winchester " Dock Winston u the historic reputation of having Boodis, Millers creeek u taken part in, and doing valiant Pleas Beatyville " service in the following battles Aaron Hall, Winston " of the Civil War: Lyttloton Horn, Laurel Hill, Snow Hill, Dob- William Hughes, " Irvine " (I " Thomas Hamilton, bins Ferry, Stone River or Mar JohnHamelton, High bridge freesboro, Chicanmugn, Buzzard Miss. Roost, Whites Ferry, Raccoon Coleman Benton, Hutson Elliot, Soyth Irvine, Ky. Valley and Lookout Mountain; U Frank Park, and about 200 veterans who re 41 Jake Tipton, inlisted were transferred to the " 4th Ky. mounted troops and op Campton, Ike Tolson, B. D. Oox, erated on Sherman's right wing " on his famous "March to the John D. Jameson, " 14 Vortex, Ira G. Profltt, Sea." Their starting point was Jackson co. " Waterloo, Ala. "They met fre Jno. L. Rice, 44 " J. G. Brigham. quently with the enemy under 44 44 Sid Lainhart, Gen. Wheeler, Gen. Forest, Jack 44 Wm. Thacker, Dpnnely, son, Adams and thousands of Hiram Lunceford, Wisemantown Georgia cadets, who would take 44 44 Ky. shelter in swamps where the cav Jesse Thomas Kidwell, Sta. Gamp, 44 airy could not pursue them. On 44 S. R. Lucas, Primrose this march they swam the following rivers: Yazoo, Black, Pearl Francis Thompson Paris W. 0. Lutes Grab orchard Tuskaloo, Alabama, Coosa, Tala Alford Bailey Fillmore poosa, Chattahochee, Gipsy Flint Husrum Smith Cob Hill and Tombigabee. Milton Smith Proctor Fifty years ago this Sept. the 44 William Hall 8th Regt., Ky., Vols., Inft., William Ross Travelers Rest " at Estill Springs; and " all members of said 8th Regt, McKee Frank Edwards " who are still living and able to John, Ore.ed, . f Irvine fios&,.ar0 earnestly requested, to Paynter Withdraws. Senator T. II. Pay titer has withdrawn from the race for States Senator in the Democratic primary, leaving the field clear to Ollie James, his only opponent. Senator Paynter had a ville, Ky.,,on Tuesday, Julv 11. strong following to this part of 'will bo hem in Kentucky, and to our judgment, lho Fontaine Ferry, Park, one of the had a good show for nomination. ReUnlon The members bf the loca'l lodg es I. O. O. F., aje very much ir: terested in the gVeat all Odd Fellow?, their families and friends throughot Kentucky . tr t arm oouuiern luuiaua, at t Odd FcIIowa y attended the funeral of Mrs. C A. Coulee near Stanton .Sunday. 'j juis . J. Christoplior,of was looking after hit business interests here this weel. W. Win-Cheste- r, iv greatest pleasure resorts in the United States. To make the of espo cial importances the children of the Widows' ? and Orhpnans' Home at Lexiugton will be brought to Louisville by special train, and also, t lie children of the Widowsr ana Orphans' Home at Green8burg,itndiana. Preparations are being made to give these children: the greatest day they have ever had or ever will n Frank B. Russell, of Louisville, and James B. Hall, of Lexington, motored from the latter city to this city Saturday morning and returned in the afternoon. Tho Old Masons' Home was Allen Ofaborne, a former rew dent of this place, lias sold lift livery business at Winchester t(. Jerry Reeves. Mrs. Breck Brown returned to her home at Winchester Monday after a few days pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Asa Todd. dedicated at Shelbyville Monday with the full ritual of the order. Yaughn's Mill. of Spot t Moses McKinney, Don't forget the Democratic Spring, visited friends at thet State primary election Saturday, place Sunday. July 1st. - ft two days' reunionflt the Estill Jolfii Rudd; lee City Springs Oarnp ground. Come in " bovs and let US' take a farewell Hugh Johnson Stanton Geo. Jewell Winchester " peep at each other and have " two days good time. W. S. Mann Oakdale O. W. Hollen New Kirk, Okla. Dr. B. D. Cox, Johu Townsend Beattyville Ky. Campton, Ky. 44 Whynott AmbroB 44 fashion. The date for the Mt. Sterling M. E. Shackleford Fincastle " Grand Master Gruber, of Ken " fair has been fixed for July 25 to tucky, aud Grand Master Stipp, Fillmore W. J. Ohilders " 29. Cob Hill Jackson Estes of Indiana, are both exerting all of their iiifliieney toward getting every O'dd Fellow within reach of Louisville to attend. one-half Re-Unio- An old colored woman died Winchester Saturday and MonGrand Sire, John B. Cockrum, Monday at Paducah aged 107 day no business. has been invited to be present, years. Mr. G. W. Bush and family and the Grand Masters, Grand Mt. Sterling will have a big spent Saturday evening and SunSecrataries and Grand Patriarchs of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West 4th of July celebration Tuesday.; day with relatives at Levee. Virginia, Virginia and Tennes The Davis & Burgher shing'i The average girl's idea of an mill which has been lately movsee, have also been invited Many of them have already sig impressive commencement essay ed to Vaughn's Mill is now in nified their Intention of being it to have, the skirt hang exactly operation. it right. present. Sunday will be the regular ap ' SPOUT SPRING. in KentucK Odd Fellowship pointment of Bro. Owsley, froiti hasnow 81 100 members, in Winchester, at tho Christian John T. Wright was in WinSou t hero Indi a 20,000. Every church. Come and bring your (52,000 members chester Monday. one of the; friends. ed of this have been Joe McKinney made a business Monday, July 3, school will beion. The ft tm ids of Kentucky trip to Stanton Monday. gin at Vaughn's Mill. The pathave. giYerii5,e-furfor round School begins here Monday rons' should see that their chilwith- Miss Jeannette Tipton dren get started early.in .order to the Louisville territory one and teacher. obtain the best results. fare forthe round trip. Mrs. Belle Burgher and family The Sunday school held its ap One of the most enjoyable fea visited relatives at Clay City pointment at the Christian church is the bas tures of the Sunday. The attendance was Kec picnic, men tumuy is ex Tuesday. George W. Mcintosh suf- good. It will meet uext Sunday Elder pected to take their dinner iu baskets, ana eat tiiem picnic fered a severe attack of rheuma at 10 a. ni. instead of 2 p. in. re-ue --- have. Mr. A. P. Bush has been ii n WALDRON & JOHNSON, Just Received a nice line of At The Christian Church. Ladies' Trimmed HATS . Elder Deward Matherly preach ed at the Christian Church Sun day morning and evening. Bro. . Matherly though a very young man has splendid delivery and is a forceful speaker who, to us, seems to have a bright future before him. He will again preach at the Christian church here the second Sunday both morning and at night. . . Waltersville, Ky. 0 We carry a full line of General Merchandise and a a are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Dies From Cramps. ' I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. consisting of the , Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You Mrs. Fred Quillin, aged 22, died Tuesday ev&ijng, June 20, at Campton. Juncton from cramps thought ' to severe lavo been brought on from eating ice cream, iiunai wennesaay. She is survived by her husband and a baby, fourteen months' old; She was formerly Mies Lula Hall) of this city, aud is u cousin to Sam Oarr. Wm. Johnson, who has 'had charge of the Central Hotel for some time, will quit the business which will be taken over by F. C. Mizc July 1st. Tho hotel ui. 4cr Mr. 'Johnson's management lias been quite popular and we bespeak for Mr. Mizo the same success. - If yon are n'ot already one of our many pleased customers, niue of our corae round "ome day and give our placo a look through and let us price you goods.They wlllopenyoureyestoan opportunity. will be pleased. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by'uiebisengcr or otherwise and if you live iu Clay City or C. SHIMFESSEL. nearour store V we will "deliver tho goods'' Till: TIMES. l'LHMSIlijn KVKIiV TllL'KSDAY. Mibseription rates SI :i ear or three years in advance 8. .1. 1'. liurghcr. Publisher. second-elm'- Kntored as s mail matter. tii), 11)11, Thursday, - .f tlttc CLUB HATKS. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates itli the following "jiera at prices? below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ11.00 u Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 tt Home and Farm 75 Ir land Farmer 1.00 sub-briber- s, al American Farmer Southern Agriculturist DO 75 clerks, declares the railroads are Paynter saw he must travel bfing overpaid to the extent of the same road to the Senate that n.'t less than $25,000,000 a year. Lorimer traveled and promptly For, many years the Democrats side tracked himseif. to Congress have contended that t..ich a state of affairs existed, but the Ivepublicuns refused to MillikanBusiness ScKool a lmit it or to investigate. Lexington, Ky. The Mt. Sterling Gazette says BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND. i vill bolt Frank P. James if ho TYPEWRITING. i.. nominated for State Treasurer. Mr James in our judgment, is This school has turned out hunone of the best of the lot at dreds of men and women who Frankfort and wo would like to are successes. It will make k him recoivu the nomination. a success of you. and as tho Gazette has lived aft-supporting so many of the Write for Catalogue. nominees that wo can mention, f.!J " for oilice in pressing his claim Take Hall's Family Pills for con will say first of all : 'I am for the stipation. best intere&t of the Democratic ... Part-Vpublican party' as "r ' t,Ie se 'uv ue. ttI1(1 rarely ever. mentions their interest in city county or state. We would liketo see one candidate for .office that was primarily for the best e Postmaster General Uitcheoqk interest, of the county oV state nt last confesses that the govern- n nil Iiio nnntn nrwf ment is overpaying the railroads The Tunes believes there is tool for the hauling of the mails to Ample Capital and Surplus. much politics in Kentucky just extent of about $9,000,000 a year. now, but it believes it the duty James Manahan, who represents A high-grad- e directory of the railway mail clerks in their of every Democrat to make a choice in the candidates before campaign to prevent the Posttho State primary July 1st master General from putting A Reputation for Saturday and go to the polls effect his policy of economizing by overworking the mail and vote for them. v qovering period of The Democratic State primary if Saturday is not as well understood by the members of the party as it should he, and very few of the country voters are yet derided as to which of the candidates for Hie various ollices to vote for. The Times would like j see a full vote of the party out and lend their suffrage to a choice candidate. All the candi-date- s are worthy of the party liiipport, wo believe, and a mistake in voting for any of them cannot be made, but still one has a choice nmong all good people whom they know and this is what Democratic voters iihould try to learn, the merits of the several candidates and vote for the. ones that appeal most to V vonr sense of nri'neinle. i idmuldlike to roll un a hi" bo as to show the other sidn wlmt.l tbev will have tn Avorenmo thi. f..ll in ti,0. f I - . can't see why it can't support give's tho The Courier-Journu iK'iitk'tnun like Mr. James. We assurance that Kentucky "einn- are inclined to think there is a tinnn I)()iitics j8 yielding fo in the information 'h f,.','j.j CHmmor r.i,po f !,; ditor of the (lazetto is laboring Thllt llllanss no doubt, that we under as.wo hardly think Mr. are getting less quick on the James would under any circuni -- .trj!:(;r stances be guilty of such perfidy as the Gazette charges. It's nil vefywell to talk about "swatting the.fly", but suppose The report comes from Wash- tho iVy takes n notion not to be ington that Caleb Powers has es- "swatted", as wo have known poused tho cause of a negress to him to do for a whole mornkeep her from being hung after ing. sentence of the court for murder, lie is making public speeches to Langley is seeking the indorsethe negroes in her defense, and ment as United States Senator at in these speeches he is using his thp Republican State'conv'ention best efforts to stir up the black July 11th. race. He lays all blame for neGrit, jiudacity and dishonesty Many gro ills on white people have placed of the negroes after his speeches are wealth in whose hands it, now said to have avowed their intention of .taking up residence in rests. Kentucky that they may get to How's This? vote for Powers for Governor We offer One Hundred Dollnrs four years hence. Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's The law does not provide al Catarrh Cure. ways for damages where damag F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. es accrue. It it uiu, it wouiu We, the undersigned, have known mean a great deal of money to the school fund caused by teach F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable ers applying promiscousiy lor in all business transactions and fschools and then accepting the inancially able to carry out any obone they like best and let the made by hie firm. other district or graded school go ligations Walding,-Kinna& Murvin, without a teacher or often take Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. In some one that's no account Hall's Catarrh (Jure is taken ininstances howeve, the teacher in not accepting the school does that ternally, acting directly upon the school the best service he is able blood and mucous surfaces of the Testimonials sent free. system. to render. . we rn al I sani-mistak- e We will open a new and complete line of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES t nine-tenth- s In the Littlepage building recently moved to 6th ave; and will sell them at Popular Prices for cash or will exchange for Coun- try Produce. Store will be for business July 1. o-p- en Price 75 cents per bottje. Sold by It seems that every candidate all Druggists. Mrs. J. W. Williams. vt! i - I w nor. n a irao a nttaud kati kt practical business men. intelligent, conservative management over twenty years. a in-l- 'i This bank has all th'ese, and is seeking your business. Cky City National Bank, MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-op! Consider! Why not use the best powibk when YOU pay the bill? 111 A JJ A7 MILLS RLOTJR Hanna's Green Seal PROUD OF HER CAKES, liiead and pies the woman is who lias made them from Hon: Mills' Hour. Success fn bread rr cake baking is always sure to follow when you uSo this high (irntle and( satisfactory Hour, sold every wliete. t ' " Stands for everything that is 'best in paint. i 'The pigments used are properly proportioned and .thoroughly, compounded. " . '. . STUDY'THE FORMULA A5 SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE 'HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT i VUU rOR SALK V u Wr" Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Atkinson &-Lyl- e, Stanton, Ky. THE TIMES. AN ALL TI()MKMAD!S I'APRR. LOCAL THUK8DAY, BREVITIES. Juno 20,. 1011. Uubert Hunter, of Winchester was in the city Friday. Dr. anil Mrs. J. W. WillmniB visited Lexington Monday. Edwin Rose visited his nephew, George Hon, at Winchester t Monday. J. M. Kennon shipped yesterof nice hogs to THE SICK. The oat crop has headed out so close to the ground that most Mrs. Win. Ware continues ata farmers arc preparing to mow ow stage near this city. them with machine as the best W. S. Roberts who has had a means of saving what of a crop serious attack of stomach trouble has been grown! for several weeks, seems to be l'rof. 0. W. Camplmll, of Leb- gradually weakening. anon Junction, spent u few days John W. Henry whose illness with friends in the city this was noted in our last issue is week. Prof. Campbell was for slightly improved but is still in two years principal in the city a serious condition. schools of this city. Mrj. 0. W. Duncan's condiMrs. Charles A. Coulee, died tion remains unchanged, but near Stanton Friday niiiht. Bu- slight, indications of improveBement are sometimes noticeable. rial Sunday at Cat creek. sides her husband she leaves two Wins Fight For Life. small children. She was before It was a long and bloody battle marriage a Miss Crowe. for life that was waged by .1. B. The Tenderfoot Farmer one of these experimental Carmen, who nut green spectacles on Iris cow and fed her shavings. His theory was that it dtdn't matter what the cow ate so long as she was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had uot entered into liU tulcuijtiui.s. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try Mich an experiment with a.cow. Hut manv n farmer feeds him' regardless of digestion and nutrition. lie might almost as well eat shavtelf ings for all the good lie gets out of his food. Tin result is that 4he r.tomnch grows "weak" the action of the organs of d.'gcstion and nutrition arc impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nenousncst. It was restore the activity of the of digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Jt Is an in tailing remedy, and has the confidence of physicians as Well as the praise ot thousands healed by Its use. To strengthen the stomach, or-Ha- na In the strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" is a temperance medicine. It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics, nnd is as free from alcohol as from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients printed on its outside wrapper. N Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for stomach, liver and blood "Just as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery. " Young potatoes are conspicuously missing from the delicious plates of new beans that are now Cflly City has not. had a circus adorning the tables of our industhis year and the .small boy is trious and thrifty formers, and it, growing tired of waiting. is doubtful if the late rains will Mrs. S. S; Witt, of Lexington, do the potato crop any good now. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Fine Rains. Mrs. James A. Fox. Fine rains visited us again The Kentucky Valley Medical Sunday and Monday. Crops are Association will meet at Torrent fine and wheat and rye are safely shocked rearly for the threshtomorrow and Saturday. er. Bluegrass during the dry Several from hero went on weather wus eaten up and many board the Modern Woodmen expastures in the Bluegrass section cursion to Natural Bridge Sun- are very short. day a car load Cincinnati. Mcrshon, 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 on my heels, when I began, three weeks ago, to use Dr. King's New Discovery. But it has helped me greatly. It is doing all thatyou chujii." For wtak sore lurws, obstinate coughs, stubborn colds, hoarseness, la grippe, asthma, hay fever or any throat or lung trouble its eupreme. 50c it 1.00. Trial Bottle free. Gunran teed by Swann-Da- y S Buy Farm Implements, 5 Plows, Harrows, and Lumber, Co. day. ! A number of children from the FRUIT and SHADE Prof. J. S. King, who was LouMasonic Orphans Home at to be principal of the Clay isville came in Monday to visit City Graded School at the June home folks. term of the meeting of the Board j STRAWBERRY PLANTS. J. H. Burgher has gone to has resigned that position and Asparagus, Blackberries, Lombard to take charge as liler will not come to Clav City, thus limit be selected h Raspberries, Roses, Rliu- - ? of the big band saw mill just another teacher barb, etc. to fill this place. completed there. Write for free catalogue. Work Will Start Mrs. Florence Locknane and We have no agents. New Life two sons, of Winchester, are vis- After you take Dr. King's and you'll qtiickly enjoy their iting Mrs. Locknane's brother, Pills R H. F. Hillenmever I John W. Mize at Vaughn' Mill. fine results. Constipation and inSons, digestion vanish and appetite return --They regulate stomach, livLEXINGTON KY. . f Sere'Monday. ..An.excursron of er and bowels and impart new uHllW,iuHMHMM'nHjW.HlMtn'lliMll.iWt'w several coaches brought several strength and enrgy to the whole hundred of the dusky people system. Try them. Only 25c at 3 Swann-DaLumber Co. from the bluegrass counties. i CAPITA! STOCK. SIOO.OOO i FOR RENT. J. W. Jewell, who for some .SURPLUS AND UN- '1 time has been L. fc F. Car In- A four room dwelling, newly pa- I DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 3 J. W Williams. spector at this city has been pered. to Lexington where transferred Educational Association in Session. THE ho will shortly move to reside. The Fortieth annual conven- $ $ a t Next Tuesday is the Fourth tion of the Kentucky Education- s OK WXNMINTHR, Kv and nothing doing in Clay City. al Association is in session at President J. T. N.IIOIJ.V WlTIIKHSl'OON, I'KKIN. ;3 This is the second year that a Owensboro. E; W. li. Siuiak, C ash i mi. ;j be held in Coates, of Richmond, in his revicnic has failed to Clay City for twenty-fivyears. marks at the beginning of the session said: "In the rural school YOUR ACCOUNTS SOWOIT1 Blackberries are ripe and a lies the salvation of the land. If bountiful crop is in store for the it were not for the country peo harvest. Early home grown ripe pie pouring into the cities the appleR and peaches are begin-n'n- cities would destroy themselves." to appear on the local Principal Fails to Show Up. Cultivators FROM- TREES. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winched, - Ky. : O y 1 Spring and Summer Winchester Bank. Goods. We invite you to call and see our line 2 e Ml I g market. We ' A Charming Woman. I hnv opened up a clean, fresh Plock of groceries in the Drc Store building wflieh we will sell at the lowest price pns-bibl- e, and invite our many friends to call and exxtnine our goods upd get prices before buying Mrs. J. V. Williams. We Say Amen. -- It is said that au'VU'ort will be made to secure the passage of a law electing Judges of the Court of Appeals and Oircuit Judges! for lifejtt u higher salary. If we ;un retain our present Oircuit Judge 'for life wo have no objection. Winchester Democrat. Dreadful Wound. Prom a knife, gun, tin can, rusty iiuil, lire workx, or of any othei naA Is one wlii is lovely in face, form mind and temper. Hut its hard for a woiiihii to be charming without health. A weak, tdckly woman will be nervous and irritable. Constipation and kidtuvrpoison show in pim ple, Notches, fiktn eruptions and a. wretched complexion. Hut Electric Hitters elwiys prove a godsend to ho want health, beauty wotnen and friends. They regulate Stomach. Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood; give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety J skin, lovely complexion and health. Try them. 0C0 at $ Swann-Da'Lumber Co. j.p.hauppin. Watchmaker ! of Spring and Summer goods. terest you who appreciate We can in te mer chandise at the lowest possible prices. up-to-da- Jeweler. We have all the new thing in Dress Goods, Neckwear, it f f f t I All Kinds of Watch and Clock X Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- TION GUARANTEED. Line of g etc., A etc., for women and misses. Wo are side igents for "Q'leen Quality" shoes for women, and have all the both in oxfords and pumps. new styles in low-cut- s, f Jewelry CLACITY, & Spectacles. the Red t KENTUCKY. t We also have a line of millinery. This season our hats will ujl bo trimmed by.one of the best milliner linns in and of course wilhbe right up to the minute. Cin-nat- i, " Call and see me in River Hotel Building, We would like to.sho buying elsewhere, for also you men and boys our lines of per-fe- et clothing, hats, sioqs, neck wear, shirts and etc., before we feel t .1 sure that we can suit you, you y ' that you will "Walk-Ove- see-tha- we will save money. W T ture, demands prompt treatment with Bnckleii's Arnict. Salve to prevent 'blond poison or gangrene. Its the (piia'.:et, surest lienler for nj hiicIi wounds nsnlso for burns, boils ?nre, skin eruption, ec.erim chap-,pe2.Vt at huMi, corns or piles. Day 'Lumber Co. "Swann d WOOL BtiajBestes, I listUr far nt Ifcti Unto tt cwlnits iiiss,. . . . . I ..r KtkrtKt s? it u it uratiTiiit. wi Must Wwl uil rrtc to nr HUfW. WfMUf souuu. MfSANLftMW -W WW I Electric Bitters Succeed when everythlnn else falls. In nervous prostration and female wcaknitiw &ic u. . br v.... ttmtdy, M thouaaada Have testified. I Wo handle r" dines for men and buys, and have all the new'things in low cuts. We also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Hugs, W-d- ' l I'ajier, Cook Stove, Hoofing, and ete. In f.ict thlivk can supply your every want, .... FOR KIDNEYiLIVCR AND beat fnedickie ever sold ovei a druggist's counter. I buiT Uri,Ir. k if tbe. j.Hardwiek & Co., Stanton. Hale's $5000 for doing an imaginary service for the The Democrats in Congress, Government. Senator Hale was 'ire making good the pledges a Republican pow1'" m the that they made to the people great for J)0 years, and of course Senate last fall. The House of Repre his power became so g'reat that . oiitafivos which is overwhelm his friends and relatives enjoyed ingly Democratic has passed the very unusual privileges in reWool Bill by a majority of more gard to Undo Sam's money. The Mian two to on This bill cuts 'Ik; duty in half on raw wool and Democrats in Congress are looking into all sorts of nooks and makes a like reduction in the it is expected that' many more tariil' on manufactured woolen acts by big thieves will be disKoods. The effect of this bill if covered in the near future. becomes a law, will enable t he poor people and the middle Country Schools. .lasses to buy woolen goods at Many of the country schools Mfnsonable prices, a blessing that will begin next Monday. It beliey have not enjoyed during hooves the parents of all the chilthe roign of Republicanism which dren in the county to start their ligan in the year of 1897 under children on the first day and not, Win. McKinley. It is uncertain allow them to miss a day only w hat the fate of this bill will be for unavoidable occurrences of hen the SeimlH acts on it, as which they have no control. The (lie Senate is still overwhelming-l- day of education has come, and Republican. all must educate or stand in the President Taft is just now plac- back ground. True enough every ed in a most singular position, .child will not take an education, nd from n partisan stand point, but every child can be seat to very embarassing one. The school and where they grasp the most aggressive support that hie opportunity it is good. If they Canadian reciprocity bill has re are not sent, to school it is sure ct'ived in the Senate cotnos from they will grow up without an ed(he Democratic members who ucation and they must so remain regard it as a step in the right during all their life. Parents do iliiectiou, but n great many not neglect, to send your children are openly and many to school and now is the time to ithers are secretly opposing the do it. passage of this bill which was so Quick Process. promptly passed by the Demo-- . Emniitt Haynes,a farmer of Daratic House.' The Democrats are also en-- viess county, who raised something dfavoring to "establish a parcels like 4,000 bushels of wheat this post in the I'ost Office Depart- year, hat made a record that will, ment, which all European coun- on doubt, stand for many years. tries enjoy.' by allowing articles He cut his wheat at 0 a ni., not over 11 pounds in weight threshed it at 11 a. ni., delivered it to be carried by the mails at. a t the mill at 3 p. in,, it wan reasonable rate. However, the ground to flour at 5 p. m., and Adams Express Company,' the Haynes ate biscuits ,at 6 p. m., Southern Express Co., the Wells? made of the ..wheat cut' at 9 a. m. TJiis'wag the first delivery of the K.iriro Express. Co., and the Ujii t- -' year and is said to have been the ud States Express Co., are workmade in that sec ing with undiminished ourage earliest delivery tion for year. through their own attorneys and through the many U. S. Senators r It seems, to be a great deal which they absolutely own, to to hear what has not Ikipdcii. wrevent this Government from ed and what it is supposed will establishing this measure happen, than it is to learn the Some of the fruits of the Dem- truth about, what has already ococratic victory last full are be- curred. ginning to develop in the depart-".tentThe School Census, A number of small acts Full report on the Milmol census f burjilaiy by the Republicans in have bten received by the gup'Tlii Washington have been unearthed. tciidcnt of Public Instruction and For the picture id' W. R this shows .that there nre a lOlul of Day who was secretary of State 223,557 children of school age in 'luring part of AlcKinle.v's ami. this state. The statistics thow vt as painted at the exthat only .')( per cent, of the school pense of the (inveinment. The uhi'dren ol the Statu attend school j ij titer swear.- - hat he received and the percentage of those enrollb'3) for the painting and that he ed who. utleiid is only 45 per cent., .trued u voucher in blank. The than half of the children who toucher uu filled out, making in. the schools. The appear that the .irtist. received statistics show that th negroes .V2,450 for the painting. In other ultHid olicoul better than tin words some of the bis: thieves in whites. the State Department robbed Mncle, Sam out of .$1000 on the Don't forget the Democratic price of that painting. It has State primary election Saturday also developed that Senator .fitly 1st. Revealing Grafters. son-receiv- ChrbtlM Endeavor. 'nigrum for the Christian Endeavor Society meeting Sunday evening, July 2nd. "Ways of Serving our Nation"; Leader Pat "Henry. Organist Sallie Fletcher. Song by Society. 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LEXINGTON: Truin No. 1 will mnke uonnectioD ut Lexington with he L. 4c; fi, tor l.ouiBville, Ky. No. 3 will make couuectiqn Ultli the L. N..tt Lexiutuu for Cinclnimtl, O. CAAl'TON JUNgi'lOX: Truina Noh. 1, 2, 3 uud 4, will make vvjtri Mountain Central Ku1I;auv to und froin CcniFton. BEA'H'VVILLK JUNCTION: TmiiiH No. t, 2 and 3 will make A. Railway for Bntty villu. with 'the L. O. fv. .lUNCTlON,: -- TrahB Nob. 2. 3 and 4 will make conneo-tiiwith Ohl & Kentuoky Railway foi'jC'annel City, Ky. unA. 1 con-iii-ftlii- ii con-ntittin- n i ni O. A Ktuiiun's. CUAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. t