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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 20, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911072001_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 20, 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 SI. 0() a Year in Advance. We are here to help Clay City, ITY TIMES. tit SnrrounJiDp: Country anJ Oorselvcs. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI, Mt. Sterling Fair. CLAY OITY. KY., THURSDAY Sensible Remarks. , JULY 20. J9II. Olllc NO. 2! Do not overlook the date for county fair Kentucky has ever afforded. The show classes are filling to the limit. The races are closed and they bid to be both exciting and The midway will interesting. lie larger and better than ever. The Hying machine and balloon ascension will take place on each afternoon of the fair. The great Hying machine race against an automobile race will be given on certain days of the fair, and the famous fox chase will be given on each day except Friday. One of the very interesting features is that the fair Association will entertain the Clay City School and its teachers on Wednesday and Thursday. Farm Prosperity. the greatest While grass has been cut a little 6hort this year, the wheat crop in Kentucky was never bettor, and the prospects for a bumper corn crop is now in sight. The price of hogs, cattle and sheep is good. After all what right has a Kentuckian t.i complain unless it is at the brand of politicians, and this year there is a noted improvement of these in both the contending parties. the advertisHardwick ing merchants of Stanton are e running a Clearance Sale that will pay the close buySee change in ers to attend. their advertisement this week giving particulars. Read their ad and attend the sale nnd by so doing save monev or buv more goods for the same money. & Co., cut-pric- The bluck berry crop continues to hung on, though the best ones are most gone. It has been a fine crop and many a gallon has been cunned by Powell county housewives since the first of this mouth. are constantly Few of our people know it, The National Monthly recentsaying: "They knew better tha but. a second crop of Irish pota ly had the following to say about to tackle me. The skunk inigh toes can be grown if planted by OIlie James, our candidate for lisay the same. tins time in July, provided it nked States Senator : This is just the kind of weather remains seasonable from now unOIlie James, Democratic Repyou were longing for when the til frost. The first crop has been in Congress from resentative wind howled around the barn very short many crops not more Kentucky, is big of brawn and last winter throatenint: to blow than returning their seed. If big of brain. He is as big politthe horns oft" the cattle. Pitch i what, has been grown is dug and ically, too, as he is big physicaland enjoy it to the full. placed in the sun for two or ly. He is a living example of three days and planted they will the fact that there are giants in The road that goes "over th liills to the poorhotise" is pretty when planted sprout and come these days as well as in "those well sprinkled with cigarett up as readily as old seed potatoes days'. From tip to tip he measstubs, whisky bottles and patent and make a good yield if the sea ures six feet six inches and he son is favorable. Of course only weighs '110 pounds. leather shoe tracks. His brow When you were courting you the early kinds will make much extends from his eyes to the wife, vou used to sit up half the crop now that it is so late. It collar button on the back of his night and think the nights were will pay our farmers to plant a neck, for his head is as bald not half long enough. How is it few, for, owing to the scarcity of as a boiled egg, and he can scarce now? I tell you, brethren, w the first crop, seed potatoes are remember the time whem a hair ouget to do a little bit of courting sure to be very high next Spring grew upon his dome, which shines every day of our lives, as long as and second crop potatoes make like a polished billiard ball. He has one pronouced love and one we live. That's the waj to make better seed than the first crop. home happy. equallv pronounced hatred. The Express Companies Scared. one is for horses and the othes is There is no rule for telling a The agitation of a parcels post rascal, but a well in Congress by the Democrats for Republicans, not personally, dressed man from the city wil who it now seems will be sure to but politically. Ho will go miles to see and beat a horse race, and sometimes bear watching closely have their own way after 11)12, unless well known, for often he the express companies have giv-e- twice as far to meet and beat a Republican. In Kentucky, is either after your ducats or notice that beginning August are qualities which your daugnter, or both. Work 1st, 1011 they will make a de ing the old fanner is far easier crease in their rates amounting make for popularity, but Ollie's popularity is not confined alone than working the bav mule in the corn Held ; and dudes prefer to about 17 per cent. It is time to his native State. His al these fellows were making some most child-likit. rarm Journal. simplicity, unva just concessions, .but guess they rying good humor, and general The Flying Han. are a little too late. We hope to J. A. D. McCurdy, a renowned see them meted out justice by character make friends for him everywhere. Personally, he aviator will make flights eaeh day the Injtetatejjrnmerce kuowfi.no enemies; politically he fair; On at the big that is now investigating Tuesday he will fly from Lexing their manner of extorting money knows no friends who do not subscribe to the tents of true Demo ton to Winchester currying a mes from the public. cratic faith. In short, OIlie sage ind return with a message -James is a worthy successor of from the Mayor of Winchester, The Rev. L. S. Fuller, manag the long line of distinguished will er tilt; eilbtclii divibiuu of Ilie Tit? Millie in which Democrats who have come to make the trip will leave the fair Kentucky League Congress to serve their State and grounds at 3 o'clock. was in the city yesterday. He the nation. will lecture in this city the fifth The fine rain we had Sunday is He stands like some great light- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock keeping things in a good growing at Stanton in the afternoon and condition. It seems to just rain again in this city the fifth Sun enough to keep crops growing lay night. nicely. fine-lookin- Some people Second trip Potatoes. James. !house, stalwart, linn and inyal among the storms that sweep tho politics of this country. Not. alone has he the courage of hit convictions, but he has the forco of character to forge them into activity, and the intellect to guide them intooperatingcauses. Ho is a fine type of the Demo- cratic politician. Yaughn's Mill. and Mrs. Morgan McKin-ney- , of Winchester, visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday. Mr. child of Mrs. Pete Wells died Sunday morning and was buried Monday evening at the Wells' eleven-year-old The Mr and n e graveyard. The revival meeting which ban been held at the Methodist church on Hardwick's creek closed Sunday. The meeting lasted two weeks and much good hat been accomplished. One of the largest crowds that has been out. for some time was present Sunday. The Sunday school wan held in the morning, followed by preaching services. Dinner was served on the ground nnd bap tizing in the evening. The meeting will long be remembered by the good people of Hardwick's creek. FROM ANOTHER Com-missio- n C0RRE80NDEXT. Blue-grat- e - Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Curtis visited their father Mr. W. M. Snowden at Darlingsville Sunday. Misses Elizabeth and Cora Curtis and Master Thomas spent trom Saturday till Monday with their uncle, E. D. Curtis, and f imily at Virden. y Anti-Saloo- n r ' Just Received a nice line of Newton Puckett, formerly of this city, and for some time Stu tion agent at 0. & K. Junction and Quicksand, has been promot ed to the charge of the Winches ter station. Mr. Puckett started at the bottom in railroad a Hairs and is gradually working his way to the top. WALDRON & JOHNSON, I Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and Ladies' Trimmed t HATS consisting of the Each school district will elect one trustee at the school house August 5th. This is an impor taut election and men should be elected that have the greatest interest in the school, and a man who is a judge of what a good teacher and a good school are. Elders J. T. Adams, evangelist and Deward Mathorly will begiu series of meetings at the Stan ton Christian church Sunday night. They returned yesterday rom Jackson, where they had gone to hold a meeting. The booster editions of West ern local papers are given to writing columns about the health of their town and county and at the Bame time giving their many telling of their octors a write-uarge and increasing practice. p are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are S I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You 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 willopen youreyestoan opportunity. will be pleased. Send Us Your Orders over luiepuxiic, uy uiebeengci oi imiei'wine l C. SHIMFESSEL. I ! knee of Hardwick Sr. Co. at Stanton T.nnk up thuir Hdvartiunient. in this issue and se what bargains aim 11 you liVe km; in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" s are there for you. IK Tut; i ..l....::1 M'Etlt TlllillSDAV. Subscription rates 81 a year or three yearn in advance 82. B. Burnhcr, Publisher. mnil mntter. Rntered ns tecinl-clas- & Thursday, - July 20, 1911. CLUB KATES. For tliu convenience of our sub- scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 " 14 " 1.10 90 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 1.00 Iiland Fanner 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 In his speechof acceptance of the Republican noiuinntion for Governor of Kentucky last week, Ed. O. O'Kear took occasion to say Bradley was the "greatest living Kentuckiau." In this sentence Judge O'Eear showed a spot of weakness. Fvory body knows that Bradlej's election to the United States Sitinte was just, as corrupt as Senntor 's could dare get to be, and should have been investigated more so than the Loriiner case. Every body knows that he formed a partnership with the whiskey interests to win. No one knows this any better that Judge O'Kear. O'ltear poses as the of the temperance cause. If Brndlnv'e not8 make him Me "GreatestKentuckinn" we would like to ask O'Kear what, in his judgment makes a "Great Kentuckiau" knowing Bradley as we do and knowing O'Kear also knows him, we are dound to conclude that O'Kear has abadio- iiimnn v Kim uuiiiuiij vs ct ('lull nf Akvitit nLii t ia rr olco ic j u deception, and is condescends iug (to a low level of political Lori-iner" & While the Republican conven-people spend a lot iion at Louisvilie'last week wast ot money at every opnoi niuit-yjo- . keep a section of country in the anything but fair to the masses .'. . .r Hf in.'tv Mini . tM : Ji .. nhiiirl'o nf will nt)en(i ii mijiu v nuui ruiuiive ui jjiiiu- that whiskey people millions' to - keep a country in a ley and some other things were condition that will make them very much out of place under the circumstances, and we will sell less whiskey. frequently comment on this dure ing the campaign,' we wish to Sam llurst, editor of. the Enterprise, was indorsed say this for Judge O'Rear: Pre.by the recent Republican Con- vious to this time ho has been a vention of Lee county for State model man and has been possibly Senator from tin's district. Mr. more than fair to the temperance Hurst is a capable man and we cause, and the poor man's friend. hope to see him or some other In ollice he has never been u bitman from Estill, Lee, or Powell ter partisan and wo have heretonominated for the place by the fore always admired him and yet Republicans, as this district is we think the party has put forth Republican and will likely elect their best man for the ollice of one of this party to ollice. Mad- Governor, a great improvement ison has furnished the man every over what has before been offerA good man time since this district was form- ed by the party. ed "years ago and we think it out of politics seems to be a bad time some mountain man was man in politics. It should not being.lionored. If "time about" be so. is fair play what is "time in We have frequently seen dozen bouts." printing machines advertisn ed and' other various Many Democrats- - voted the machines advertised, but until Republican ticket four years ago because the Republicans put a July 11, we never' knew what a political machine was. temperance plank in their platWo think O'Rear should be form. The Republicans were and combined with the granted a patent on his new whiskey people and elected Bradley U. S. Senator. That's ReThe Western real estate agents, publican temperance legislation. who have taken umbrage at the They are trying to fool the peo- Times when it would talk about ple again. their dry weather and hard winds, After the November election and Powell county's advantages, Judge Ed. O. will be In 'theKear might, with equal proprirty, cuss us for spreading the butter on not O'er theReur. our own bread. the whiskey 1 Beat-tyvillone-ma- n one-maone-ma- n i' I THE Cash Grocery Handles every thing .in Groceries for Cash and in Exchange for Produce. J.W. Williams 301 Directors ing Kentuckiau" ' all the rest of us should be either in the penitentiary oriu the reform school. The will be pleased, to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in al! its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now.known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, require a constitutional treatment. Hall's Caturrh Cure is taken internally, ucting directly on the blond and mucous surface?? of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, and giving the strength by huilding up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative .owers'that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & C., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family1 Pills for con ' stipation. pa-de' If Rradley is th "greatest liv- WhoDiredt and exercise a close watchfulness over the affairs of this bank. $100 Reward $100. renders of tnfs'pnper Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY U v. a warfare. I, If we understand the word "Greatest" as used by O'Kear, ' Jtiiu if other Kentuckians were, j.ecording to their talents, morally degraded as we learn Bradley is, Kentucky would today be in the saddest plight of any spot of ground on the face of this earth. The Western Newspaper Union is sending without charges to all papers that will use it, plate matter in the inteiest of the whiskey traflic. They sent us a proposition to supply our paper .with enough matter to make up half the paper without any cost' whatever to us. A cheap way to get out a paper, but if we had to' use such stiiU' to get it out the Times would never appear again. Much space in this matter h devoted to show that more whis-keis sold in local option territory than in wet territory, yet y We have ample ad- AUGUST 7. 8. 9 7 '7 --- 7 capital to insure the safety of our depositors, and in 6 Big Days and Nights 6 Horse J (UI --- 7 7 12 Q ( dition have the direct, vigil ant supervision of the board named below: FBANK B. HUBSKMi HALL U.S.MarineBand, Daily Concerts AeroLliiie Flights Daily by j. A. D. McCurdy $3,000 ss JAB. CHAS. JOHN 11. SCOTT D. ATKINSON Greatest CoIt.Showin the World Three Other Rich SJJ!e Horse Suit High-ClaRunning aid Harness Races Daily $25,000 IN PREMIUMS f Live Stock Best of all American Horse Skews SoleadiJ Disnla v nfEmrv ? f A. T. WHITT t U HERBERT A. KLINE CARNIVAL COMPANY F.rC.I.Ioj.eorFurtWr CLAY CITY. iniiPTT CUnilCC C' I : i vO NATIONAL BANK. MILLS :use HOPE 2hs Hanna's Green Seal "The Made -to- -Wear Paint f9 to You ? be tke FORMULA OX EVERY PACKAGE PROUD Oh ttUR CAKES, Bread and pies the woman in who Hindu them from IIoik Mills' flour. Success in bread or cake buklng is always sure to follow when you 110 tMs hi eh rnde and satisfactory Hour, sold every where. Dot Thii Mean Anything It has Lahr k th ff m tkc mktr's faith k tka refect. - The awUrial JmU jckiia il cttt'p rH- bt. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. MR MLB BV Mfe'd by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky, 1; Atlrinion & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. zn E THE TIMES. AS ALL HOME-MAD- E PAPRB LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... July 20, 1011. Ir-un- Charlie Mize went over to d vino Sunday returned Monday. MissEfiie McGlone, of Carter county, is visiting Mrs. E. B. MuGlone. J. P. Colliver, formerly of this city, has moved from Salt Lick 10 Ashland, Ky'. The Hagan Gas Engine Com nany, of Winchester, has about perfected a gas engine plow that will . turn twenty-fou- r acres per day. It will be operated by one of Hagan's gasoline engines 65 Typhoid fever is epidemic in horse power and will cost $3,000. many cities, but so far tliere has not been a case reported in this Ovie Forkner, a lad of eighcity or county that we have teen froiii up road defied the auheard of. There is in no year, thorities last Thursday by firing however, much typhoid fever in his pistol on tho streets of this city. lie was chased out of town this county. by Marshal A. T. Pettit and a Keep ever in mind the im- warrant placed in the hands of for his arrest. provement of the county roads the Sheriff Escaped With His Life. this fall and begin the work too, "Twenty-onyears ago I faced as early as possible. Better begin at once so as to give the roads an awful death," writes, H.B.Mara good while to sellte before the tin, Port Harrelson, S.C. "Doctors said T bad consumption and the rains come later in the' fall. Dog days begin next Tuesday and will last for forty days. If it rains on that day it will be seasonable for the forty days, otherwise it will be dry. -e Fads for Weak Women Nine-tenth- ol all the sickness of women in due to tome derangement or dis- of the orfane distinctly feminine. Such sickness can be cured h cured every day by s cue Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restorative tonie for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privacy of home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent to every modest woman. We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women, but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages, newly revised and Edition, sent fret on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only; or, in cloth binding for 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. SIek Women Well. Strong The school per capita has been School Census. fixed at $4.40. This is the high- The school census for Kentucky est ever known in this State. shows that $750,000 more will be The infant child of Pete Wells spent for schools during the comdied on Hardwick's creek Sun- ing year than was spent in 1000, day from spinal meningitis. and it is also announced that Burial Tuesday. Dr. C. 13. Dickson, dentist of Ashland, will he in Clay City all of the week beginning July 10th. At the Red River Hot.l. Dr. Martin reports the birth of u boy to Mr. and Mrs. D. Adams on Sunday, the 16th, and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hingo, Tuesday, the 18th. Well, it has turned cooler, and we have ice with us until it may get so hot again that we can hardly bear it. The cooler it is the easier it seems to get plenty of ice. Mrs. 0. W. Duncan, who has been so low for some time was takes 'very much worse Monday anil for a time it was feared the end was near, but she rallied and is now some better. Two services and a basket dinner were the features of the Sunday meeting at the Methodist church on Hardwick's creek Sunfi!vera! from this city day. were in attendance. The Census Bureau has announced that center of population of the United States is four and miles south of Union-villMonroe county, Indiana, a change of thirtyone miles one-fourt- h e, Thos. Shimfessel who located at Phoenix, Ariz., last winter writes home that he is well pleased with his new location and is doing well and that he does not expect to get home before July 1912. Parson's Poem a Gem. Only 50c at Swann-DaFrom Rev. H. Stnbenvoll, Al. lion. In., in prnire of Dr. King's Lumber Co.'h ntcre. New Ufa Pills. 'Thpj''re nuh a health necessity, MillikanBusiness School In ovejrv home these pills should be. Lexington, Ky. If othnr kinds vou've tried in vain, USB DR. KING'S BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, And be. well agifin. Only 2no at TYPEWRITING. Awunn-DiLumber Co. 's stoie. y y dreadful cough I bad looked like it, sare enough. I tried everything, I could hear of, for my cough, and was under the best doctor in Georgetown, S.C. C. for a year but coald get no relief. A friend advised me to use Dr. King's New Prof. Ellsworth Regenstein, Su- Discovery. I did so, and was comperintendent of Public Instruc- pletely cured. I feel that I owe tion, has saved $20,000 in his of- my life to this great throat and fice during the last year, as comlung cure." Its positively guaranpared with the amount spent teed for coughs, colds, and all the year previous by Prof. J. G. bronchial affections. 50c and $1. Crabhe, who was State Superin- Trial bottle free at Swann-Datendent then. Lumber Co.'s store. The school census shows that there are 780,684 childred of school age in this Srate. Of this FRUIT and SHADE number 882,796 are white males and 42,198 colored males. The females are divided as follows: STRAWBERRT PLANTS. 821,797 white and 42,918 colored. Only 86 per cent, of this number Asparagus, Blackberries, attend school, judging from the ' Raspberries, Roses, Rhustatistics for previous years, and barb, etc. only 45 per cent, of those enrollWrite for free catalogue. ed attend. The number of chilWe have no agents. dren has grown largely since 1906, when the total number . milenmeyer H. was 508,416. The $750,000 more d? Sons, that will be spent this vear, comKY. pared with 1906, is secured from property values, he increase in and also the collection of franchise taxes, money due from councy officiate and many other sources. R CAFITAt STOCK. 8100,000 J K SURPLUS AND UN- Kill More Than Wild Beasts. fc DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 The number of people killed yearly by wild beasts don't apP THE proach the vast number killtd by disense germs. No life is safe from H They're in air, J their attacks. JF WlNUUSTKK, KT. even food. But grand water, dust, protection is afforded by Electric E N, HOLLY WlTBERSPOOW, PRES. 3 W. K. Cashier, Bitters, which destroy and expel these deadly disease germs from 5 That's why chills, YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED the system. fever and ague, all malarial and s many blond liiseaRes yield promptly to this wonderful blond purifier. Try l hem, and enjoy the glorious licalih and new strength they'll give you. Money back, if not y Buy Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and Cultivators FROM TREES. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Cut-Pric- e Winchester Bank, Si-iia- r, CLEARANCE SALE HARDWICK sat-is-fi- i j.p.hauppinJ Watchmaker 5j and CO. If you are interested in saving money, take advantage of this sale. Our loss will be your gain. The following lines will go in this sale: Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Women's Misses and Children's low out Shoes, Millinery goods, all Summer Dress Goods, Men's and Boys' Hate, Women's and Misses' The following will Neckwear, Sewing Machines, &c, Jbc. give you an idea of the prices we will make in this sale : Jeweler, i 2 All Kta4.f Watch f J and Clock Repairing oh Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC TION uuAArxiKEU. uae 01 MEN'S $21.00 suite (or 18.00 suite for 16.50 suite (or SUITS. $14.00 12.50 suite (or suite The Democratic State Central This school has turned out hunCommittee will meet at Frank-for- t dreds of men and women wh,o are successes. It will make today to canvass the returns u success of you. of the primary July 1st, and it is Jewelry & Spectacles. Call aad see me ht the Red River Hotel BuWtoff,; CLAY CITV, $14.00 12.00 11.00 (or 8.50 suite (or $9.00 7.50 4.50 thoutiht consider the advisability of a convention to put .forth a platform. 4A Peek Into His Pocket would nhow the box of Huuklen's Arnica Salve that E. S. Loper, a .iirpeliterof Mnri'la, N. Y. always I never ,hud a cut, cirrie-.- " wound, liruwe, or ore it would not Greatest toon ilitrnl," he wrltec. - KENTUCKY. Boys' Suits as Follows: $H.00 suits for $4.50. $5.00 suits for 3.00. $4 50 suite for 2.50. 2.25 suits for $1.25. 2.00 suits for 1.10 Women's low cut shoes as follows : $4.00 ones at 3.00. 3.50 ones at 2.50. 83.00 ones at 2.25. 2.50 ones at 1.75. In the cheaper grade of low cuts for Women, Miss, es' and Children the prices are cut the same per cent. $30.00 Sewing Machines at 22.50. $25.0") Sewin'g Machines at $17.50. If you are in need of a buggy, it will payyou to see our line and get our prices, for we can save you money on them. "We are sole agents for both Fish Bros, and Mitchell wagons, and can ulo eavtt you money f them. i Write for Catalogue. f--3 r WOOLfi Bitters 'JJ ... Wl UY"V (Liectri ic In jiervooj frcjrJrajion Soccead wheat IxuUr v... " , and lips, rt in eruptions, eoiema, corns and Lumber ihe at' Swann-Uapili- , pwl Kanda ,' '!r,P"nlls ch fever-sorey evwrmiu else fab. aM fcmrJo f I resaadr, I Utwriif Itskia IvwisriHs. V hnH I aj thoniande have testified. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND to ike evaa-aa- - Ik he. medicine ever sold Co.V ntore. IIVHardwlck & Co., Stanton. l III " w 'S.V . What m m a Mill Mall Orders Will Do. th inks and gets $0,000. order luisitius i iir der so many coiiu'ry edilo nek doctor of coiiinit'ri'c. It rich; c instil No wons get Very Serious It la a very serious matter to WIS! X--y- ' - 30 DAYS TRIAL WOT OWE RED CENT IN ADWNCE. K7'- .'. ': r T .1"' " 'r'i,:' 'kJ "' 'jMj t -'r . ,-- yuu will From My Factory Blreet to ymi. nvesJ36to50. I'll prove thla beyond the shadow of a doubt If let me ship you one of my Adler Organs on ireo trial. I :.v I ' J Al 'T'i'-'Ns- . 'iiC'S'v Utrmtntlmtk hflorejoabuy II I don't, ablp mj ertn hxk si my J'QW y. yvv, " " . 1 Vi'i iiirThe Piano nnd Uroan Maker CYRUS L. ADLER - I Trust You The Nightingale of Organs m lunch ami nuiir nt"( liinir. I.iko DiiU'ttl iiit'iliciiK' ' lie directions nre mIwii.vk oii the inside nnd you Imve to buy n pnekiiiie hefore you find out what they are. No in u i order lionise helped to build the little while school house or turnpike the road pact ynurdonr. No uiiiil order Iioiifp ever took you by the liimd when you were in distress, and told you to let that little account go until alter harvest next year. No mail house ever sold you a veh ele and spent every cent of its profits right in the community here you and your neighbnr-I'oul- d get it all back again. No mail order house ever shoved its ' Miifcfi o' 1 ask I'nrni nle. for one medicine and have the 100 ncre two miles from Chiy For this wrong one c'.vcn you. City on Alt. Stcr.'ii g mad. Fair! reason we u?cc you in buying to A liargrin for some improvement. be careful to get the genuine .1, YV. Iiallanl. one. Route 7. YVincestcr, Ky. BUcK-DRAUGr- lT A to the stars while he in a mini hole. Two v man's thoughts iiinv reach remains Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It doc3 not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 or-n- er -- Horse Stock tJor Sale. li ve-ear old inures, one eight-yea- r old mare and onetxo yi'itr old mule. G W. MInto.h. "pom Sprniif, Kv. sTtiiisM r TrMnr Ml i irihiiasssssssflstsssTlfiTsss ' MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've busted the hot air bubbletof the dealers, neents and middlemen of this country by eslllnc direct to tno homes at the same price they formerly paid mo for my organs. SEND ME YOUR NAME whether you want ta buy or not and III send you free of charge nnd postpaid the most wonderful organ book end buyinsr planayou ever saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the organ D'H uo cot eivo you any prooi. i ao. ana ncre is uie proof. I own my own limner lanas. I la The profit b aat ot hsr manufacturers pay to lumber and saw mills, I put into my Adler Organs, (The ct Pirana). That's tho reason my ortran is better than any other make. Another NluhUnsal I I'roof I i gu.rssu.3 my organs for 50 years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years, My selling plans are the fairest, Don't safest and easiest ever 't plauJth's mean demcthinc? public, in that 1 Rrant my customers all the time they want, arrarge bjf.ie the American i r poym"iits as it suits their ireoma and circumstances, trivo tbem reasonable extensions of time f If thoj'cm't meet th?ir payments nnrt charge them no interest. Ask crme of your neighbors who 'j clwilt with rnoaUiit this. l'ir.'a the bott proof ym can get. I would just aa Boon give you $1,000 uu ..u.a'c iu. jr 'odti'r-- . I '.a i.iKii iou si patent leath'jr'shoes under your table ami rejoiced with you when yon were glad, nor spoke encouraging words in allictiott, nor stood ui i uncovered head be ide the liiavts when your ehil-- i t died, No, the mail order hous" is alter money. Kvery dollar it uets its hands on will be jerked out of your neighborhood rorever. The mail older liou.e may bear upon its fuce theseinb-- ' lmce of friendship, but no human heart beats unde itscloak ofj hypiuTasy. Sentiment to it is1 unknown.- The.--. .u hole institua id less 'as a corpse. tion is as it-i- Are Yoii Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restorer. healt!i, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. MY ORGAiV (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) A Ini a tone nearest to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a lifetime and It won the highest pi Tie at theSt. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are the best. Everybody is buying an those days and everybody Is buying an Adler on account of its high quality, wearing qualities, style an l rervitation. Iam sellinsr themfer less thandealsrsand turentsarssellinircheaDer eradeonrana realize middlemen ail when you atop to think and salaries, that when you buy from one of theseoner means ayou nrot pa ins pront, tim;, salesmen s store rents ana otner expenses, my wnoie lot and Bt inds before you aa tho king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory Is working day and night, grinding out tho organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and lit-- , ral treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000, Whenever J iwll an A lter, it nells a doien moro and so on indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality always wiaa out. The Vomasi'sTdnsc Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. is what she says about it: "I was so weak and This nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist A!rs. Grace Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., book."Home Treatment lor Women." sent free. J 60 for Sotcial Instructions, and - 1 ijH 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 T sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, aa I am doing now exclusively, I used found out that they sold my organs for twice and thrse times aa much as they paid me, making the poor people bleed for it, I was thunderstruck and quit. I rent out th"lsrr.la of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct to 1 10 h jmes, caving them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. Th'icnme to tl.emns a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers thi m) at lnst S2.n25.000. all of which would have Bono to the dealers had I sold tho nr:vn- - t coush them. You surely appreciate what this means. tarrlltoi'erJsrtcnly, but when I Before I ttcjw Ejtors Uct Rich. After longind cfiretul much feflecl ion and pray- erful consideration, a great deal of woiiy and Mndy ue have at last figured out In w so many Youp Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU If limply thli, I will blpyoa,on30dnyifreetrll,anyornyoa want, on any returnable termi you may taggrit, Jatt aa It lulti your Income mad clrcamitancet. If yoa kiep It at tua en3 of tha trial period, which I know yoa will, yon can pay all caih or ft until nm down and the balance monthly quarterly, ml, anno ally or any other reasonable way. II at any time yoa can't meet payment when lt'a doe, 111 f ladly sire yon a reasonable eitenalon of time. Too ihall not Inconvenient a yoanell by buying an Adler, for I'm folug to make It the easiest purchase yoa tret made. I'll charge yon no Interest as other organ men are doing. If yoa 'don't keep my organ hp. cause lt'a not as represented, yon ran ship It back at my est penseand 111 pay yoa every cent yoa paid for freight, so yoa will lose alsolutely nothing. Furthermore, If at any time within a year, my organ does not hold up to every claim I made, you can ship It back at my ezpruse and I'll return to you every dollar of the purchase price with 6 per cent. Interest and all freight paid. I can airea to do this because I kuow how my organs are made and positively know they always make good. country editois get rich. Here is tlie seciet to their stic.-esThere is a child born in the neii'hborhoocL The attending phvsiciun gets$l(l. The editor uives the biutlduilged ouugsterl a gjpa setil idl' and uets .?(). It' christened, and the minister gets .to and the editor nets .ft)0. It grow;, and marries. Tlie edi s. j j My Piano Offer The Greatest My hlih grade world's famous Adler Southern Concert Gtand Pianos ca i be had direct from my factory on tho same liberal buying plans aa applied to my Adler Organs. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and finish they have no superior. If an equal, and, I can save you $100 to SV0. They are artistic in disign, built to la ta life time, havo a tono aa clear and puro cs a bell, and a wonderful, easy, clastic touch. Guaranteed for 25 Years Stool, scarf ami Instruction book given with fvery piano. Send for catalogue and buying plans. - 0 YEAR GUARANTEE I guarantee all my organs for50 years, something no other organ man will do. My guarantee bond Is the strong? st ev-written and If yoa will ask your hanker or ny of my local paper as to my reliability, you will banksortheedltorolthls be told that I am as sound as a rock, that you can safely enter loto any transaction wltb me and that all of my dettlogs ate on the square. Send yoar name for catalog and buying plans. You will be under no obligation whatever. CRYUS Stool and Instruct tlon book given with every organ. L. ADLER, Pres. Adler Ufa. Co. - i TEAR THIS OUT. Make cross In the circle MAIL Y for a and a postal card In 'I write your namewhich address on piano or organ or or you want a letter, stating or organs pianos tor publishes aintt htneil, fhiwery article and tells a ilozen lies about "the beautiful and accomplished bride." The minister nets .f 10 anil a piece ot cue. T e editor nets ami: a reipie.--t in carry tho groom's ' accounr another year. In i In couise of time she dies. The doctft gets from .fo to f 100. Tlie .editor publishes a notice of her ilea Hi and an obituary two columns lonn, lodge resolutions, a lot of poetry, and a., card of - lomr-wind- - P. K?Jol SlTTipiy JJ v, a Carlton! Cor Service ir In tho MARATHON you get nil tbt For H J No iri'iiiiiii; 10 Ii the ! I'toi; nm of i.i i i.w eir when rnn r.ro tv. you iai.ua I i f i ,.,,..! ttn(, iirMieniiati Liutiuiviuaiciiaracii' Dortfnn to vour lnveiitiueni. Uo the MARATHON. When you buy, buy not simply a car, but car service. Ituy eorreci iliipn, accurAnd It's yours for tho asking. ate construction mid good niatcruls. l'.uy sound motor car vulue. Won't you ak for Itt MARATHON models tnelntc Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Tourlnrj :Mipiti!er, when you buv, fiat the abso. uouar murn is luieh mull w a fW.u- -I'n- - am.itf.!Vi. ! i'i r.Ai v.ntV r rsa-When .. . . rn.i , n . 7, r, r ,i t, in. hiT. rr,t In i.ro. we .i convince you oi us iruin. en ai".l JO WJllcn dMcrlhps In V . Wl) oeu I,nV ftwi.li ir .ccr.anicai eiccii. . o, h ine ana Hoaosicr, ana torpeao Car. ilanuur-- l lourm-- j Itoudklcr. I'rlccM Irom $l,50O to S1.700. ur SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS. Nashville, Teim J j Write - rription. Don't enclose any stamp. I pay all charges, plainly, des-- 1 rum CRYUS , " L ADLER, Pres 2902 Chestnut St. Louisville, Ky.; I want your ""J I want pictures and full de. organ book. crip tlon of your pianos. J Name. . . iStanton College!:, :t;l -- SlJ'1ifRY 4, OF L. & E. TlflE TflgLE. West-HounEllVetive .May IS, t'.lll. Statio'ii'. No. 1, I Address County. State. Offers unexcelled advantages to ! i tlm young people of Powell Dully. j l)ailv. A. M. T:-i- Daily A. M. 8 :50 No. 3, Daily. I'. M. 5a Thi idler factory Greatest In the World I I 2 1'. ,M. 1 Clay City Times. pufio clu3. and surrounding education. coun- J: X :.'lr. 17 m :u:t ties to secure an 'm:i-W- :'." (). ',' : l! factory n tfYAVAJ X djlj . 4' I!: . s:lS s s :. I.t'xiiiKton, A'iiiclifxter, I.. k K. .1 unction, 8: 0r 7 :II7 4:50 4:!)7 4 Indian StlllltOII, Fifld-- , 7:fl 7: ii 4:or. :i:M ;t :i ;i 5 'ana Gluhs .io nil Casli in JolilwiV. iliuinK' itiul Kiillt'iimV rulll Rotn Prlco. Club Price. i as II :: :'JS 7 :il Itiflyn, ii 7:10 7:o.r). ii :5! I an...,. i:i IKy. Tcacliers-Ccrrrjetc- nt. Kllfon, ('niiipti.ii J :4f .Tinii'tlon, Aih, c. InSrudlion-Thoroug- h, 4:i)l A e. S28L!.aO Make: you a a piano to your homo and saves you tho middlemen's profit, (fcxzt?-&- i member-len- ds Courses-Complet- c. :,: 1 1 n ::i-it :4 0: 1 ( t Natural Hriilc, Turit'iit, (i AO W Koops up your c'jci&l and In eaoo of doathSf in run ror your i . V C A WEEK N I Expenses-'Moclcrat- : ! l , 1 (:.: :i: 0. i:l:i .1 iV K. .lunuiion, :10 1 :! :.'.7 I ' I . .lltC'kMIII , fl:05 J1:M (Juk'ktf mil, 1 Send i.t the coupon today, -- piano. .iismvti ju ggp Z- - i; i Special attention giytn in preT paring fcr Counry and State Examination. D ikw'VnUnL(ff' jfiWV"Yrl " nint ct lull Dc tnTt,n"nrl iuouv ri ..n ni. rr tiln ' A Vti ' ,. ' Is SSV "iT.'V. ' "rltj ii,r ti- - VtS , Fcr infcrrr.aticn; write to j J , . :r 'i rri Ucu.i. to Kn.,li. ,' 1 I I REV. J. C IjANLEY, 4 4 !PresIdent. - Hum." ' I t c I I'OXNECTIOXS. LEXINKTON: 'I'rain No, will make vomievtioii ut Lexington with No, ',) will make connection rhe Ij. N. for Louisville, Ky. with tin L. it N. at Lexington for L'lnoiiuiati, O. CAM I' ION JUNCTION: Trains Nos. I, U, K and 4, will make eon-ntion witu Mountain Central Kuilway to and from Cauipton. UEA TVVILLE JUNCTION: Train No, i, '1 and :i will inuko connection nitli the I. fc A. Railway for lleultyvillo. O. & K, ,llIN(M'iON: Trai".s Noh. L. .'1 and 4 will make eonneo- tinti with Ohio & Kentni'ky Ituilway for (.'annel City, Ky. .and O. e. it K. f tiilhiiiH. "tf-t L'm'ir 1 ..ti i - a