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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 6, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911070601_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.): July 6, 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 THE CLAYICITY TIMES SI. 00 a Year in Advanci. We are here to help Clay Ciljfr the ir.-- Snrronoiing Country and Oorselves. .1. fi. Burgher. Publisher. VOL. XVI. AGRICULTURAL CLAY CITY, KY., THUKSDAY EXTENSION. :t JULY 0. 191 J. NO. 27 at 8 p. m. The bride in a sister of Mrs. A. T. Pettit of this cit.v. A number of person Clay City Tuesday to '.ame uidobra-i-th- e The Farm Dairy. Many of us regret to see the depleted condition of Kentucky soils in many parts of the state. It is useless to think over how tins condition came about except us a means toward studying its relief. The most efficient means, in the writer's knowledge, of restoring fertility is by the use of the dairy cow. It is a well known fact that the sale of butter and milk from the farm removes almost nono of its fertility,- whereas the sale of farm crops takes away enor.mous amounts of the fertilizing elements. It would be useless to talk to the majority of Kentucky people about starting a full fledged dairy, and while we would like to see large numbers of dairies starred through the state, this message is directed to the large or small farmer who is now keeping only one, two or three cows, supplying only his home. To such, we .would like to present a few reasons for the advisability of adding from one to a dozen good cows to his litlle herd, with the view of selling whole milk, sweet or sour cream or butter or some of all of these products. Wo visit many places m Kentucky ...pi'ovidodi with excellent market facilities for any class of dairy products and find few of the people engaged to any extent in th sale of dairy products because they do not know the benefits of such a system. The writer visited one place in Kentucky recently on the main line of the L. & N. Railroad between Cincinnati and Knoxville, a place preeminently adapted for dairying as regards facilities for the production and market of dairy products, yet these people - E. J. McDermott wins over hisjjtwo opponents by at once. The profits from a about 1,400; Thos. S. Rhea is the properly handled dairy cow are nominee forreasurer withou regular. It is a false impression opposition as .was O. F. Orecelius to suggest that a dairy cow re- for Secretary! of State; J. W quires a great deal of expensive Newman secured the nomination feed not grown on the home for Commissioner of Agriculture farm. On the other hand the by good majority; Gamett won following daily ration, grown en for Attorney General over Pol tirely on the farm, is most ex lard by a vote of more than two cellent; alfalfa or cowpea hay to one; H. comes in 12 lbs. ; silage, J$0 lbs; corn meal for State Auditor by a majority 5 lbs. ; ground oats, 2 lbs. Or of less than', 1,000; Barksdale we might use one of t lie follow Hamlett for Superintendent of ing rations: 10 lbs. alfalfa or Public Instruction is a winner by cowpea hay; J'O lbs. silage; I lbs, a majority of 10,000 over Eubank corn meal; 1 lb. cotton seed Robt. L. Greene is nominatec meal; 2 lbs. wheat bran. Or corn for Clerk of the Court of Appeals and col meal, 10 lbs.; cotton over J. Morgan Chinn by a large seed meal, 1 lb. ; clover hay 20 majority. lbs. These am not by any means The nominees are all the only good rations that, we might use, the same time grow with the? party and we be ing nearly all of our feed on the lieve will win in November farm. Their opponents will be named A ready market is always found in the Rupafilican convention for milk, butter and sweet or sour creamy lnrJ8, nqfcccQ von' at LoujsMllejly.dlth lent 10 snip uaiiy, we wouiu au Judge Wills Suicides. vise cream production, and with Judge L. G. Wills aged about still poorer market facilities, but ter making. The skim milk pro seventy years committed suicide duced is ono of the best feeds bv shooting in the head at his possible to give to growing pigs home near Sago in this county or calves. Wednesday morning June 28th The Experiment Station stands Dad been a sulterer lor some ready at all times to g)ve help to lie time with bowel consumption the large or small dairyman, and also at the request, ot anv tarni and it is supposed that as he saw er to send, withotit.charue, an no hope for relief he sought the expert to .advise and help him in su)cide route to end his troubles r! buy their butter in quantities outside of Kentucky. Such is the condition over a largo part of our state. The burden of Uiis message is this not necessarily to use many cows but to heg'in milking a few good cows, for success lies in the kind of cows and not in the number. The dairy cow yields quick returns the feed given her being returned the following day in the form of milk to be marketed THE JPRIMARY. The primary is over and pass ed oil' quietly resulting in the following nominations: Fo Governor Jafnes B. McCreary won o'ver Win,. Addams by abou 80,000; for ' U. S. Senator Ollie M. James without opposition, i nominated by.a vote almost equa to that of Mcdrenrv : for Licnten N Mot Weather. Local thermometers have been registering 100 and over since Sunday, Monday beini: the hottest day in Clay City for a number of years when it rose to 101 in shade. No rain has fallen during this spell of torid weather and everything is suffering Meadows are practically a failure on account of the drouth and pastures on uplands are scorching. Corn, however, looks much better than it does usually at this season of the year the earlier planted fields now beginning to tassle. The corn crop from this on will have to have more rain from this time on in order to keep it looking so well, and to develop good ears of corn. t.,-- e "Glorious Fourth' only nothing doing in the wny of muscmcnt. More coal in Kentucky w mined during the fiscal vearcml ing July 1st than in any previoii : year. The Company store has this week taking the re: invoice. ular semi-annual yea-sinc- bee-close- The 1th of July was hotter tin time than it has been any 181)8. SPOUT SPRING. Mrs. Wm. Edge was very si . Cause for Decline of the Hog Harket. Miss Leila Christoper returne Saturday from a two weeks visi'. of 2,045,000 or more to relatives at Winchester. hogs This is enough to cause Mr. and Mrs. James King, ot a decline in prices. Wade's Mill, is here visiting thj 1 are about three cents lover this year than last. This can easily be attributed to increase of the hogs being shipped From March 1st, into market. 1010 to July 1st, 1010 there were shipped to the packers of the great cities (5,740,000 while for the same period of time this year there were shipped to the same markets 0,385,000 an increase Hogs one-third the first of the week. Service at the Baptist,churc'i Sunday were well attended. Born, Sunday, July 2 to M and Mrs. Dave White, a sou. Born, Thursday, June 20th t, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sams, i , . son. :Persons4hteridingJto-go-'O- n the" Mammoth Cave excursion July 18th cannot make connection at Winchester, but must go to Lexington where the train will leave at 9 o'clock. The morning train will make this connection at Lex- ington alright. Miss Blanch Bush and Mr. Ar former's uncle, Berry Barnott. Clint Bamett, of Bourbon county, is spending a few dav with his father, Berry Bamett. Jeptha Haggard, of Winchester, was here Friday looking al tor some c tt tie he is grazing o: J 11. Dawson's farm. FOR RENT. thur Stanfill, both of Williams A four room dwelling, newly p:i burg were married Sunday night pured. J. W. Williams. dairy matters. or suggestions, address Judge Wills served this coun T. It. BRYANT, Supt. of Extension Work. ty as Judge one term about twon ty years ago and was a leading For information and pains. I3K3 citizen. Rose-Woosle- y. 1 1 WALDRON 6 & JOHNSON, Just Received I a nice line of Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Mr. Dave Rose and MissBcrnie Woosley were married in thi city, Wednesday evening, June 2Sth, the Rev. J."P. Doggett olli ciating. They are both splendid young pooplo being possessed with perseverance and industry, two leading requisites of success in lfo. They settled down to house keeping in this city the first of the week whore they are receiv-incongratulations and best wishes' of many friends. g Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and uro selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Death of W. S. Roberts. W. S. Roberts died at his home n I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. this city Friday morning after If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round romo day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see your earliest convenience. You at a lingering illness of several months of cancer of the stomach. Burial Saturday in the comqlery, fuheral services being first held at the Christian church by Elder M. P. Lowry, of Winchester. lie is survived by his wife and children all grown. sev-eral goods.They wlllopenyoareyestoan opportunity. Only a little over five months to do your Christmas shopping. have opened up a clean, fresh stock of groceries in the Lit. tlepage Drug Stnre building whioh Vl ut the lowest p,i. , wo nible, and invite our. many friends to fall nd eXHtninijwour good and get prices ueiore, ovmng Mre. JffiW. Williams. We will be pleased. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by mesifeiiger ur other wise and if i.u C. SHIMFESSEL. live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver ihegoodx" their cost books," said 'nnd. they found that ihe fact Was th'e labor cost for sp.vi'i ' ,f " v.. the PUBLISHED EVEIIY THL'ltSUAT.' times f Was three and greater in the Japanese shops itbscription ratt'wSl a year or three than in the American shops And years in advance $2. this is a perfectly normal fact J. E. ISurnhcr, Publisher. and not an abnormal one." out. Bed-Hold, loco-tuo'ive- TUP ttiu ro I 11V1L0. s Governor. ( Tlitftstrue, ho made us a good ono several yours ago, and will makei; lift a good ohe IINW, drfl" one-hal- Kntered as second-clas- s mail matter. Thursday, - July 6, CLUB HATES. v. - '.f.. taken. aail the agent. It is the regular For the convenience of our The "Little Giant from the we have arranged club rates American $5 'shoe." mountain's" was several feet too ith the following papers at prices Redfied said that, when he re- small. ' " Oflow mentioned : turned to New York he found $ioo Reward $100. The Times and the same shoe selling on Bciad-waCourier-Journ$1.00 The renders of 'thispuper will be for $5. "I shall be glad to " Cincinnati Hnquirer 1.10 Littlepage building plenped to learn ' that there is at In give names and addresses to any 90 " Louisville Herald least one dreaded disease thut sciHome and Farm 75 member who inquires in private" moved to 6th ave. and will sell them " lrland Farmer si m l ence lms been able to cure in all 1.00 Redfleld gave a score of " American Farmer 90 impossible its stages, and that is Catarrh. " Southern Agriculturist 75 lar instances.to Ithisis remarkable Hall's Catarrh .Cure s the only posto do itistico itive euro now known io the medirevelation in this dispatch. One Argument Exploded. Catarrh being a Everv reader of this article cal fraternity. There is one argument for proconstitutional disease, requires a tection that will not in the future may secure, free of charge, .Hall's speech, constitutional treatment. again command so much respect copy of the complete doubt, ono of the most Catarrh Cure is taken internally, in politics as in the past. That is without exchange for Coun-trfor cash or made acting direutly on tho blood nnd a protective wall is necessa- remarkable of its kind ever that Hon mucous surfacees of the system, ry to enable home manufacturers in Oongress, by writing Produce. Store will be o- Lloyd, Chairman, Na- thereby destroying tho foundation to compete in home markets with James T. of the disease, an'd giving the pa-- i tional Democratic Congressional 1. foreign made goods. pen for business Committee, Washington, D C. tient strength by building up the Wm. O. Ilediield, member of constitution and assisting nature Congress from New York, and a The nominees of the primary indoingjts work... The proprietors manufacturer, delivered a speech election Saturday will receive have so much faith in its curative in the House that opened eyes by our hearty support. Better men , owers that they oh"er One Hunletting the cat out of the water. could nrobablv have not been dred Dollars for any case that it Kedlield contended and proved found to bear the party victory fails to cure. Send for list of testthat. the difference in daily wag. There is not a sore spot anywhere imonials. Address es at home and abroad should not within the party it seems and F. J. Cheney fe Co., Toledo, O. be the sole basis of determining well may the old motto of Ken Sold by all druggists, 75c. the amount of protection to be tuckv be applied to the Demo Take Hall's Family Pills for ipplied to a given article. He cratic party in every campaign cited instance after iustunce in "United We Stand, Divided We which he sold manufactured arFall." The editor of the Times ticles by $5 a laborers in coun- has just reason to be proud of the tries where labor received less ticket because we were for every that one dollar per day. nominess with but two excepliedfield took the position that tions. Such harmony was rarely American manufacturers did not ever before known in the party, need as much protection as they aud under such conditions the were enjoying because they !.,re' party always wins in Kentirdiy. no.w successfully competing with foreign manutucurers in all parts It is conceded thatO'Rear will be the Republican nominee for :f the world. "How does it happen" demand- Governor ihis fall to oppose Bank gave Ufliat aocoount with . a. Clean, ed Itedfleld, "that in a quotation We believe too O'Rear tecently made for machinery to will be elected by a large majora initio in Japan the American ity to remain ill the Court of Ap in the business world? you a considerble The temperance people price was $215 less than the Eng- peals. lish price?" "How does it hap- know where their man can best sub--riber- Redfleld said when he was in Culcutta, India, recently, his 1811. agent poyited to a pair of American made shoes he was wearing. 'I paid $3 85 for those shoes', s, It Rooms now M'jJathhe medi- ... cal world wou that, all diseases ate pi.nned to tho fly's" wing,: ;If,ythis be true what spreads disease in the winter when the flies tiro alljeiid. . New Grocery Store. We will open a new and complete Two cnndi.date.:',w,er' .defeated more' than two to 'one It scenls strange that olloyf can bo that bodly fooled before the vote is line ' v of Staple and Fancy , , GROCERIES :: y al the recently at Popular rrices will y July Mrs. J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You an Strong prestige Mc-Crear- y. pen, that 720 American locomos tives are running upon the of Japan and upon the railways of .Formosa and upoq those of Manchuria?. These are 6old in open competition with the makers in Great Britain. Redfleld related an incident between an American .salesman ho recently took a large contract from the Japanese Imperial Statu Kailways and one of the Imperial Kailways shop. The Japanese ollieial was under the impression that he could manufacture locomotives cheaper than American plant because Japanese wuges are but of American wages. "Both men got rail-ruad- serve them. Republicans said to us before the primary noniinato McOreary and we'll have a good Many Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the MillikanBusiness School Lexington, Ky. BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. This school lias turned out hundreds of men and women who are successes. It will make a success of you. lay City National Bank, Clay, City, Kentucky. one-fift- h Wiite for Catalogue. fa Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-Werd hope 3; MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread unci pies the woman is who has made them from Horn Mills' flour. Success in bread Or cuke baking is always sure to follow when you use this high yrodo and satisfactory flour, sold every wheie. ar Paint" two-third- If you expect td'do any painting, you are interested you should be in the quality ofkthe paint to be used. s, material .In' any given job of painting, labor represents practically one-thithe cost It stands to reason that with sq much expense in labor, the enduring quality i of the n&int la all imnortant. Why have the u sought? ' painting done unless the protection and durability of the job ' low is one. to. determine the. true value and obtain paint that maybe depended . upon for durability? HANNA'S GIEEN 5EAX PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Thk paint has ' the prUte formula on every package, l'hc rqakers have confidence the composition of the IS THIS OF ANY YALUE.TO YOU? FOSfBALC BY pat and take pride in the quality and tell the public IT OUGHT TO BE. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, '.Ky: L Atkirtorf'Sc 'Lyle, Stanton, Ky. kaeHuanm I 3 Woman's Power Over Man v The Rev. Mr. Roberts was here An Excursion Accident. Monday preaching on the streets One of the patrdns of an ex near tho saloons trying to con cursion on tho L. & E. road, Sunwert them and them and their day, was Blaine Merril, n voting patrons. A motion picture show man of this city. Ho had been PAPER, AN ALL was at the Methodist church to drinking, and while on tup of raise money for the same and a me natural linage, ho tost, ins LOCAL BREVITIES. patent medicine show was eager balance and fell over the cliff. THURSDAY, .... July 0, 1011 to give a free open nir exhibi When assistance reached him it tion, but deferred in favor of tho was found that he was badly I. N. Bowen has moved from church movement, knowing that hurt inwardly, a number of ribs all persons eager to attend this county to Elton, Wise. beiiig broken on each side. It is show, would go to the one that thought his injuries will result Born, Friday, June 5)0 to Mr, seems free instead of paying out money even tor the benefit of a fatally. Winchester Democrat. and Mrs. Frank Newell, a son. church. Escaped With tils Life. Mrs. D. B. Bradley, of Will "Twenty one years ago I faced iamsbiirg, is visiting her sister. BEAUTIFUL FREE BOOK an awful death," writps, H.B.Mar Mrs. A. T. Fettit. It is a rare coincidence that tny tin, Port Harrelsun, S.O. "Doctors Dr. Martin reports the birth of particular, locality in the United said T had consumption and the a daughter to Mr. and Haydie States where the climatic diversity dreadful cough I had looked like it, Mofleld, Tuesday, July 4. is usually so pronounced, should be euro enough. I tried everything, I Wesley Hackworth, of Beatty favored with a continuous round of could hear of, for my cough, and was under the best doctor in ville. is spending a few days sunshine and refreshing days, higl Georgetown, S.C. C. for a year but with his brother. Gran Hack. above tho humid and sultry atoms, phere characteristic of the summer could get no relief. A friend ad- worth. months in low sections and at the vised me to use Dr. King's New Dr. C. B. Dickson, dentist o same time free from tho severe cold Discovery. I did so, and was com pletely cured. Ashland, will be in Clay City all o of winter. I feel that I owe the week beginning July 10th. At my life to this great throat and At certain seasons the southern tho Red River Hottl. lung cure." Its positively guaran country is especially delightful, but teed for coughs, colds, and all During the month of April when the hot days come, those bronchial affections. 50c and $1. there was not a single death in who can afford it journey north Trial bottle free at Swann-DaPowell county according to the ward where again pleasant weather Lumber Co.'s store. local registrars report to the takes full sway for a brief time. But in the mountains of Western State authorities. North Carolina, the people are Thos. Hall, Powell county's t FRUIT and SHADE aouoiy Diecsea lor tney nave a efficient Sheriff has the tax re charming climate tho year ro"nd. ceipts ready to deliver to all who In winter it never gets too cold ; in have the cash ready to pay their summer it never gets too hot, and BTKAWBKRHY PLANTS. tax. He intends going accord the sun 6hinc-- so regularly every ing to the letter of the law, and day in the year that this country Asparagus, Blackberries, will tolerate no delinquency. Raspberries, Roses, Rhn- :ias been very appropriately denom barb, etc. inated the Land of the Sky. Parson's Poem a Gem. In the picturesque Blue R'dge Write for free catalogue, From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Al Mountains of this remarkable West We have no agents. lisnn, la., in praise of Dr. King'6 em North Carolina, standing upon New Life Pills. M. F. Hlllenmeyer the topmost part of a stretching 'They're such a health necessity, be, plateau that i towers twenty-tw- o & Sons, In every home these pills should If other kinds you've tried in vain, hundred feet above sea level, is de LEXINGTON, KY. lightful Ashe ville, the most popuUSE DR. KING'S And be well aenin. Only 25o at lar all the year round resort in the land of perpetual good weather. Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. Thousands of people flock that way The bank, postoflice and all the ".very month in the year, for every CAPITAL STOCK. S100.000 mills were closed Tuesday to al- month has a charm all its own, un 'A SURPLUS AND UNlow thoso persons engaged in surpassed any whero in the nation. DIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 their operation to celebrate UnIn July and August, Asheville cle Sam's natal day. The njoys the cool, invigoruting atmos THE of fireworks was cut out phere of but totally lacks as rjiore is an ordinance against that humidity w hich is so disagree-ablav AVlNCJISTKK. Kv. the explosion of any kind of elsewhere. In fuet Asheville fireworks at any time. iss no equal when it comes to pure jjl N". IIOr.I.Y WlTIIKHSI'OON, PltES, exhilarating air every day in the V. R. A Ptek Into His Pocket Oahiiikk. would show the box .of Bueklen's year. Asheville is a modern metropoli F3 YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED li Arnica Salve that E. S. Loper, a K 'A carpenter of Mi.ri'In, N. Y. alwuys tan center, composed of people of I never had a cut, a sociable and cosmonolitan tvne. carries." wound, bruise, or wore it would not and has a population of 30,000. I' fr v fr 'I' "i''S J J h 5 J Greatest Elegantly equipped hotels, ranking f fr fr? H" J 'I soon heal," he writes. healer of bums, boils, scalds, chap- favorably with the best in the iountry, have materially helped to ped hands and .lips, skin eruptions, erzonm, corns and make Asheville the leading year a- Watchmaker Lumber round resort on this continent. pilen. 25c at Swann-DaJeweler, The Board of Trade has just issu Co.'s store. ed a beuutiful booklet, profusely Tjie Morehead Mountaineer llustrated with pictures of the nu last week cuvo an extonded merous hotMs, points of interest writo up of tho town and its nd picturesque scense, combined All Kinds of Watch and Clock It with a well written sketch of the prominent business people. Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC was indeed a very creditable and of the sky, including hotel TION GUARANTEED. Line of issiK'. runs and much other valuable in ormaiion that should be in the Jewelry & Spectacles. Kill More Than Wild Beasts. hands of everv tourist. Call and see me In the Red X The number of people killed A postal card addressed to Mr. River Hotel Building, yenrlj by wild beasts don't approach the v;nt number killed by N Buckner, Secretary, Asheville, - KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, disease germs. No life iw safe frqm North Carolina, will bring you one Thoy'ro in air, f these artistic publications free of TTTTTTTTtTTTtTtTTTTiTTTt their attuokfl, water, dust, even food. Uutcrand chaige. protection is uH'onlod by Kleutrio lUttrs, whluh dedroy and expel these duil)y disease germs from That's why oh ills tlio fyntain. and ague, all inalatiul and blond diseases yield prompt-ntuny Succeed when everythipg cbe fulls. DESandR In norvniut nrncfnittAn an A fmnln to Uii wonderful blond purifier. 9 weakntsea they are the euprcma Try tli6rc. and enjoy the. glor'mir C4 Wl Ml H hi ah h and new strength they'll FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND III Mdtfar m (fctt MmU w yuu. Money buck, if not STOMACH TROUBLE piye II lUltttc r luk U LMkiillc. We Iw Oiuy 5l)c 'at ijwaliii-Da1 VflBtir'iMU tor Uifjx". nil far fiM over a druggkt'a counter. THE TIMES HOME-MADE Woman' most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of n worthy man. When she locs it and tili loves on, no one in the wide world can know the heart agony she endures. The woman who suffers from weakness and derangement ol her special womanly soon loses the power to sway the heart of a man. Her general health suffers and she loses her good looks, her attractiveness her and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, of hM ndsTf meV'l oil' successful remedy men s. It known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. for woman It specific for the weaknesses and disorders nirifies M?.t late,, strengthen, and heals. Medicine dealers seHk? No I( deaUr w li advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit. nm.-Mt:.- L" t Ht" P-- rihed fortdSrnTny Dr. SICK WOMEN WELL. PW, Plaint IWfcftt rtxvMe ,ad Mirengthea Stomjcft, IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN" STRONG, Ltvtr Mad Bowel,. Buy Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and y lit Cultivators FROM TREES. s Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. y Spring and Summer the-nort- e Winchester Bank. Goods We invite you to call and see our line in- of Spring and Summer goods. We can te fever-sore- s, I J.P.riAUPPIN, I f terest you who appreciate up-to-da- mer- y t chandise at the lowest possible prices. We havo all the new things in Dress Goods, Neckwear, & etc., & etc., for women and misses, We are solo lgents for "Q'icen Quality" shoes for women, and have all the new styles in low. cuts, both in oxfords and pumps. We also have a line of millinery. This season our hats Cin-nat- i, will all be trimmed by one of the best milliner firms 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 that you will see that we will save you money. We handle ''Walk-Ove- ti-v- 1 WOOL "5Y JJJJ Vi WE BUY Electric Bitters r" shoes for men and buys, aud have all the new things in low cuts. We also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Rjgs, Wsll Paper, Cook, Stove, Roofing, and ett. In f.tct think can supply your every want. sat-ii-li- ui y J.jiiatnir iio,' sjre. I N. 8AHL k Sm iMkrOAc, J I Hardwick & Co., Stanton J 3 , Hp U .'. i-t- Christ iM E!ivor. lIlliUllllOV "ll 11 Deaths From Heat. I I FRF.F, aJm,! JP,.J30 lj6SSKi3PL I xWW sT YourOrgaiT) aMM Bsssl f"'T,.ap!?i-jJS- ! DAYS TRIAL . III HBWNCE. WOT ONE RED CENT MMBMLUIU ' V", v, (V 'X'.'s V V tVvV From My Factory Street to jrnu. mvcs$35 toS0. I'llprovathl beyond the shadow of a doubt If W3KmX&SSKSK01 CYRUS I.. ADLER T'Jc Piano and Organ TlWt fl ili deavor Society 'meeting Sunday evening, .Inly OthYtvA Vr.rk rei'!rf-- tl twenty-siTopic "UrenMltmes, David and Chicago twenty-eighe to take Cardul, for your female X1L" is the record in the New' troubles, because wo are sure It Remember that will help you. Scripture ReitHiiig, (1 Sam. 17 : England States. Nearly every this great female remedy large city gave up lives to the Lender PatrickHenry. hot weather with many other WINE Organist Mrs.' "Torn' Mountz. victims scattered over tlie feong by bocie.ty." country. or "Duiiiul was a Oountrv bnv' Willie Ik'iulrickt-"- . has brought relief to thousands of Oiu office is under a metal other sick women, so why not to 'Uultiviite the Work of God" roof which makes the rooms we you? For headache, backache, Mollie Jolinson'.'' must work in so warm that in the periodical p'.ns, female weak.What are. olir, ndenvorers middle of the day it is almost unness, many n'avo said It Is "the Doing" .Mrs.' J. W. Easter. Try Itl best'mediclno to'taks." bearable. This will serve as an Song by Sociel.v, oxcuse for the paper nut- being Sold in This City "DayiU ii nd .Jonathan" Gran up to the staudurd this week. Hiickwoi th. "Li::e to be. Better Men aid Women" Betty .Johnson. "War is UeJIV Reese x i lUKUll ! dent lis ruin eiu wuie the heat in Louisville Tuesday. Hi ice t. Thir-tv-on- We Ask You 2-- 25.) CARD III " . Shim-fesse- l. MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY tha hot af r bubbloijof the dealers, ficrents uid middlemen of this eonntrr bv to tao homes at tho Ba.no price they formerly paid mo tor my organs. T Vo busted TTIno direct SEND ME YOUR NAME tthethtr you wont to buy or not and 111 fend yon free of charge and postpaid thatnott wonderful or,: ju bouK and buying plana you ever saw. All tbe organ men in this country claim they make the you any do, own timber lands, here is I own but orean but do not givefactory. proof.notIhaveand pay onethe proof. profit my lumber or milling. mills, dry kilns and penny of to for Ida Th : profit that other manufacturers pay to lumber and saw mills, I put into My Adler Organs, (The Organs). Nightingales of Scng by Society- David SinnedV Inzie Edge. y'- - Woman's Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from ffimalfi auments. oome women suiter more annteiv nnri more constantly than others. But whether you have little pain .or whether you suffer intensely, you should take Wine of Cardui and get relief. Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women, nrenared scientifically from harmless vprratnMa in gredients. It acts easily on the female organs and ' t 11 gives strengm ana rone to tne wnoie system. 1 "He 1'erfect in'jGod" Burgher. A. M. Thafa the reason my organ la better than any other make. Another Pro f ! I guarantee my organs for SO years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years. Hy selling plans are the fairest, Don't this mean something' safest and easiest ever pl.t-c- d before tho American public. In that I grant my customers all the time they want, arrarge th-!- r payments as it suits their Income and circumstances, give them reasonable extensions of time i f t K-enn't meet their payments and charge them no interest. Ask srmo of your neighbors who me about this. the beat proof yon can get. I would just as soon give you 1,000 do't withyou can duplicate That'sproposition. in n!d if this "C. S. iMedbury's M.ilconi Wood. 'f II..II Call. JJeiiediction. Outline" ' Historian Dead. MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) singing voice, hn a i ono nearest to the humanFair, a pareproof my tone that lasts a lifetime and it won tho htchest LojIs World's organs Everybody buying pi o- - an t leso rtiys and everybody isbuyins an Adler on account of its high quality, wearing qualities, Et Id lobulation. InmBellingthemferleasthandealeraandagentsaresellingeheapergraueorgans ztatlhoh? t. 1 another are the lw3t. is an realize aiiIimien ynu sloo to think and salaries, that when you buy from one of p store rents and other expenses, profit time, salesmen's theso middlemen you must my offer means a whole lot before you as tho king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working ait'l night, grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and da l treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I sell rn A'I'er. iisi'lUadozen more and so on indefinitely. They've stood tho teit and always will. Quality always wins out. nii w ailstinds Smith, historian and uietl in Louisville Tuesday. Mr. mitli was author of Smith's fliftnry of Kentucky an adopted lu.M book of tlitf common echools Z F. cdu-f.tt- I 11 1 in . of ttii? Stittf, Hird.witH twice Super-iuteiidei- it 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 Rife?) I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory urices. as I am dotnof now evelnaivelv. T tiscd to dealers only, but when I found out that they sold my organs' for twice and three times as to much a? they paid me, making the poor people bleed for it, I waa thunderstruck and quit. I sent out tUor.ir.iuh or notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct to t !i a hnmes, saving them tho enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. Tliii camn to them rs a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers (nv-- r Tj.O'O nt thrm) at lost $2.fi25,000, all of which would have gone to the dealers had I sold the organs through thcia. You surely appreciate what this means. fi-- of Pulic Inbtniftion of the State. Jle wus Hi yeais old and, at the tiiuu of his deutli, was juct completing a history of the Chiirtimi Church of Kentucky. The Republicans of Louisville are having troubles of their own. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Verna Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. She writes i "Cardui has done more for me than I can'desenbe. Last spring I was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do, my housework. Since then my troublehas never returned." Try it. NOW MY PROPOSITION Your Piano TO YOU la Imply tbli, I will hlpyoa,on30dyt free trll, any organ you Wfc&t, on any reasonable tarmayon mtyiaggett, Jatt It lalta yoar Income and rlreamstanrM. If yoa keep It at thm end of tbe trial period, which 1 know yoa will, yoa can pay all caah or a email earn down and tbe balance monthly, quarterly, aamlrannually or any other reasonable way. If at any time yoa can't meet a payment when lta doe. I'll gladly give yoa a reasonable extension of time. Yoa ah ell not Inconvenience yoorielf by baying an Adler, for I'm going to make It the eaaleit purchase yoa ever made. I'll charge yoa so Interest aa other organ men are doing. If yoa don't keep my organ be cause Ic'a not aa represented, yoa can ahlp Itbark my expense and I'll pay yoa every cent yoa paid for freight, so yoa will lose alsolately nothing. Furthermore, If nt any tloie within a year, my organ doea not hold up to every claim I made, you can ahlp It back at my eipense and I'll return to you every dollar of tbe purchase price with 0 per cent. Interest and all frcl.hts paid. X can agreo t5 do this because I know how my organa are made and positively know they alwaya make AT ALL DRUG STORES Stanton College! Offers unexcelled 'advantages to the young people of Powell and surrounding education. coun- it ties to secure an good My Piano OfferThe Greatest My high grade world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand Pianos cat be had direct from my factory on tho same liberal buyire plana as applied to my Adlsr Organs. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and finish they havo no superior, if an equal, and, I can save you $100 to $10. They are artistic In design, built to hut a life time, have a tone as clear and 'pure i.s a bell, and a wonderful, easy, elastic touch. Guaranteed lor 23 Years Stool, scarf and Instruction book given with every piano. Send for cataloguo and buying plans. I . 50 YEAR GUARANTEE guarantee all myorssna forffO years, something no other organ roan will do. Mr guarantee bond Is tbe strongest ercr written snd If yoa will ssk yoar banker or any ol wir local banks or tbe editor oMbls paper aa to my reliability, yoa will be told that X aai as sound as a rock, that you can safely enter Into any transaction with mo snd that allot my deallogi aie en tbe sqaare. Send yoar name for catalog and baying plans. Yoa will be under no obligation whatever, stout and instruct tlon bosk given with .very organ. CRYUS L. ADLER, Pre. Adler Mfg. Co. 1 Teachers-Compete- Not Simply i.., a Car but Car Service In tho MA&.VTTION you get all this, Hot don't orcept onr meroatntement. Fcr , nt. ' Now is the time of roir when you'are irlnoing to thlak uf tho cur vou iuttnd hnriniT llcniemoor. wncn yon Dnv. iiini ine bdso- lute limit of dollar lo.' dotlar itturn is w. i,,.. a J"" rvitnlni-i -- " i whleli deccrib-'- In H - InitruclionThorough. Courses-rComplete. Expehses--- M jderate. , accurBuy correct And it's yours for the asking. ate construction and good ni&temis. liuy Won't you ask for It t sound motor car value. MARATHON models lncltKlc Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door m.. but car service. V anunanaaepennar):e)nuatjrinicuarui.ierh i.At .Imi-lo 1 o r TEAK THIS OUT. MAIL TO-DA- Y Car. Standard Vourinn Car and Roadster, and Torpedo Roadster. Prices from $1,500 to f 1,700. Touring Hake a cross in the circle for organs or pianos or write your name and address on a postal card or in a latter, stating which you want piano or organ description. Don't enclose any stamp. I pay all charges. CRYUS SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Ter.a. Special attention given in pre- Write plainly. U ADLER, Pre 2902 Chestnut Si. Louisville, Km I want your I want pictures and full des-f" organ book. cription of your pianos. f paring for County and State amination. ' Ex- . SUGARY Kitst-Boun- Name Address County The Adler rctry-Grcatest OF L. & E. TlflE TflfiLE. Effective May 28, 1911. West-Boun- For information; write to - State REV. J. C HANLEY, . No. a. Daily. P. M. 1 No. 4, Daily. A. M. Station1. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. 5:35 ' President. 4 In tie World Clay City liTimes. 2:17 r MIDSUMMER VACATION 7:26 8:03 8:18 8 :32 Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. CLAY Junction, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7 :37 4:50 4:37 4 :22 MAMMOTH $555 . caw: !' i - TO 2:40 3:05 :J:lfl 3:21 3:28 3:47. I Indian Fields, 8:50 9:00 CITY, 9:i5 9:13 9:27 U 3:02 4:01 4:2S ,1:1'.) fi :2fi I . :32 ROUND TRIP FROM Cf.H.,r, Regular Train 9:00 A. M. A.wl LEXINGTON All V7n, TUESDAY! JULY, l8" 0:44 10:04 10:57 U:i)5 11:25 Stanton, Rosslyn, Fileon, Camptnn Jnnctlnn, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, i '7:10 7:05 0:59 G C 7:19 4:05 3:56 3:51 3:45 3 :30 3 :25 0 :43 :40 :25 :03 3:12 2 :51 U. & K. Junction, Jackson, Quicksand, 5:10 5:05 1:57 1:50 1:25 s UOXINGTON: All Expences A GRAND at Hotel only $6.50. OUTING. This includes your board rahillwi..on One evening (or a promenade or rUarr to to the several routes in the Cave. THREE-DAY- S Write or phone 1. & N!fkkft j Agt. CONNECTIONS. 1 will ni"ke connection at Lexington with tliH L fr N. fur Loujfville, Ky. No. 3 wiil make count etion with the L. & N, at Lexington (or Cincinnati, O. CAM I' TON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Carapton. HRATTYVILLE JUNCTION; Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make with the L. fe A. Railway forBattyville. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trails Nos. 2. 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and O. A K- tutlons. .CI.AS,,'8COTT, GeiiM Passenger' Aiieni. Train No. con-necti- i jit' - ira - I JJA4-