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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 11, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913091101_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.): September 11, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $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. CLAY CITY TIMES. 31.01) a Year" In Advanc: We are hero lo help Clay City the Surrounding Country anJ Ourselves. .1. K. liirnkr. Publisher . VOL XVIII. -- CLAY CITY. KT.,: THURSDAY, A SBPTOIUKU j J I. 1013. XO. " :s7 Tli.-I grown up very close to each to do tin's nil my lit'.-.t started to school, ir i ri ir in other. We had wrestled, tussle-- i 4 To the voters of Powell County oil anil fought like pups and slept for board and tuition, entering were married Wednesdn.v, .Sep- - and especially those with whom I in In; same bed until thisgood the classes with th! mere iiru circulating a uetitinn to the but working from fiuirt "t tember 1,0th, at the residence of have nut met'; Being a candidate jtime, and we could not be Fiscal Court, which will meet nt Franklin Msirgison Uenr the city,; for County Attorney of I'owell There when he was ready to to sixteen hours each Ocand Stanton the first Tuesday in .... n . tit . i. . ; Eiiuer iin inert easier omi:iarin. County atWl .asking your support go from home so was I. One was no way it. tlii time that i tober, asking that body to build ..OUiriuge at the present river cross- - The groom M a son of 1. D. Todd at the next remiinr election, it is morning we both put out from student could work his way . if mid the. bride is the (liniiiliter of leasonamo inat inouiu in some where we lived in Carter County through school, at least I had JV.4VJBiish,. of' yattghh'fl'MiH'. afoot, to our little farm on Mill never heard of it but people .: I was born in Rowan County, Branch, where we had moved were L'ood to me and extended The h tippy pair are very- popular liewVrnail, as ifcjs a1 known fact MjilBranch, about two from at the time that mother me credit until I the best teach Jhe Court will not build two young people and havenumber.of Ky., onwest fif wishes of their largo Morehead, Feb. married, with a little black va- - Uehool, which was lees than two mils bridges so close tbgether, and friends. 17, 1878. fly. father was Will lise and some clothes wrapped in years from that date. that the new road cannot be I shall always t'eei under obli- Stewart who' died when 1 was a news pliper. Our oldest brothOperated On For Appendicitis. without a bridge wlieie it three years old, leaving a widow er lived on this farm at this gutions to these good people who crosses the river, as the bank on Miss Reese Sluinfessel, who has made it possible for me to go to this side, is a slate dill', making been a su Merer from appendicitis and live children. The oldest less time. than twelveund the youngest less My brother went away and school and who provided me with the opening of a ford impossible. for the past several weeks, was left me there, seeking overemp- a good first class school to teach, This slate bank which will serve taken to Lexington Wednesday than one year old. At the timo of my father's loyment and here it was that 1 even though 1 had had no preas piers, will greatly lessen the where she was operated on. She cost of the bridge at this point. stood the operation well and it is death he left! a small farm of experienced the loneliness of be-i- vious experience. Peiim helped without him, and the terrible over this hard place and being ,i. This item being considerable in hoped by her many friends that some thirty acres of branch land I condition of a bridge, t ho she will soon be home again and a small a)nount of mountain liome sickness came over me. ble to teach was in the construction well. land which was too rough for cul- This was in a time when strong to earn money and go on to promoters of the new road feel sound and certain that the court will place, tivation, but- by good manage- men could scarcely get work, and school, which I did. After, To Represent Powell. the bridge on the new road. school for a time at the ment and much hard work on the for a boy it was a thing most imLouis .Martin, aned 1(1 years, part of mother and her children, possible, so I worked for my old- Morehead Normal, a short time Wants to Locate Here. son of A. .1 Martin, of Stanton, Dr, 11. P. Ilaydou, veterina will represent I'owell county in she kept us all together and we est brother for a few months and at Bracken Academy, later tor a at Central Normal College, rian, of Sharpsburg, was here the Boys' Encampment at the lived most as well a,s those about went to face the world fo a liv- time us, however our opportunity to ing, worked for a time for less Danville, Ind., and two years at this week investigating this point State Fair at Louisville next Bowling Green, Ky. At the latin view of locating in this city. week. Louis is striving to make attend even the rural schools was than live dollars per mouth and very meagre, as it seemed that it for my board, washing and patch- ter place I studied law and gradThe Doctor comes highly recom- a model farmer, and we hope he mended to us, and has the ap- will find the trip a profitable as was necessary for us all to work ing, in the bargain, and also the uated at the head of my class. in order to make a living. After seven years of actual party was to board mo through pearance of a refined gentleman. well as a pleasant one. When the writer was about the fall term of school, and I was practice and reading law, I ask We hopo to see him locate here. C. W. Duncan lias sold his thirteen years old our mother to do work nights and mornings. you for the first ollice I have evsplendid automobile to J. A. married the second time, to M. B. Then I went to stay with my un- er asked the people, except. 1 was Andrew Johnson, J35 years of ago, a son, of Col.tT. C. Johnson, Bishop of Winchester, and bought Pennyhacker of Carter County, cle by marriage and aunt, they elected Police Judge in the town 1 was first apCommonwealth's Attorney, of a horse and buggy. a farmer. cf wonderful energy wero to board me, and I was to of Morehead. "man that' work uniiTfioor''coiiimence1Ui pointed tho Governor to fill judicial uis.- ' Mrs. Carrie Welch anil daugh- antfinduHtrV, and'a the rwenty-riiir- n rict, was adjudged a lunatic in ter, of Paris, spent a fe v days was always kind to mother and and then they were to board me out an unexpired term, at the I coining election when the judge County court at Beattyvillo Sat- with relatives in the county this her children, and especially the and buy me some clothes. my- worked for two mouths, until was to be elected I was a candiand ordered sent to the urday, two youngest, my sister and week. self. Whore we lived was well school began, and started in o date, and I had an honorable and at Lexington. Good rains this week have visout in the country, and no school school and went one week and a competent opponent on the ited many adjoining sections, but near savea small log school house, The Rev. J. II. Colvin, of until Wednesday on tho next, other side, and a small majority Ohio, is spending a few so far, Clay City is still in the known as the Pennyhacker when one day my uncle came to overcome, yet some of tho best lays with his friend and class- dusty zone. school, and school was taught home from a trip with too much Democrats in town voted for me mate, the Rev. Ohas. 6. Mann. there live months in the year. "Red Eye" and fussed with mo and I was elected. A. C. Barnes made a visit to Our valuable "Stanton News" relatives at Irvine the firstof the The environment in that country fur not getting the cows up, or In County affairs there is no district, as in many others at ruther failing to find them on this platform to carry out, there are is on the 4th page on account of week. F. B. Russell, of Louisville, is that day, was not conductive to particular evening, and I had a no policies like there are iu State futile other pressing matter ap pearing in its usual space. here in his handsome automobile. inspire hope, and a desire to ob- talk with my aunt about it and and National elections, and for However, she said "Ho never would let his that reason one capable and contain an education. mother was always anxious for own children go to school and I scientious man can do the work, her children to get an education, am sure he won't let you go." be he Republican or Democrat. though she had none herself. To With this bit of important It elected I shall do all I can to quote her exact words, she said : I bundled up and left at improve the Public Roads and "I want you to get some learnin' ouce, so I went from there to my tho Public Schools, and will be so that you will not have to work married sifters where I got with found at my ollice every day so hard all your life." My moth- my brother again. He was going ready to assist you at any time er was a woman with great com- to a country school where he was vou come to town and need my mon sense, honesty, and virtue working nights and mornings for service. and toiled hard 'that she raise his board, and he, through his I am very respectfully your6, her children, until she lost her care for his younger brother, myA. T. Stewart. health, and was an invalid until self, found another place nearby A (food Place to Live. her doath when the writer was and gave mo his place that I could While the dry weather is workBeeighteen years of age. I want to work and go' to school also. say that many of the dear home- ing only a boy, I could not see ing havoc on Borne crops on the Some Beautiful New ly phrases spoken by a tongue what this sacrifico meant. Even hills, the corn crop in Powell that never knew Grammar, or to though I wanted to go to school I county, on the whole, is lino this spell a word or'to evon write her was not seized with an ambition year. The bottom fields could own name, come to my mental to want to get an education. I bo no better. The high price for of that are bound to please. Our line vision as precious gems, worth had not been associated with ed- corn is enough to make our farmwho will raise from 500 to far more to me than the spark- ucated people, and tho longing ers, barrels, get that smile that 1,000 ling and apt quotations of Shake- for knowledge had not engender- won't come off. In most instanspeare and Milton. I think now ed itself iu my being, so that ces our grazing lands are good, as I write, if I had her to speak when I went to school that 1 tri- and wo, so far, have heard of no words of encouragement to me as ed to learn voiy much, and I ono being ou. of stock water in the county, Powell county is a I go out soliciting you to vote worked on iu this way until after good piace to livo iu a dry year. Gome in and let us fit should be seen to be appreciated. for me, that I could do so with 1 was eighteen, before I was tru- Como to Old Powell, whore any weather with goods that are both you up ready for Tar greater zeal, and if I should ly awakened to a sense that I ono willing to work can always fail at tho November election wuslivingin a big world and that have plenty of all the necessaslylish and cool. We have our usual large full store and can r would I had a living to make for myself. ries. her 'words of cerainly please you. Hay Baler (or Sale. help mo to boar it with much That year I had out a crop of .to Full steel chamber and plunger. greater fortitude. land. bacco and corn, on rented At the ago of sixteen my broth- Tobaco was very low in price None better. Virtually a brad new er and I left home to make our and did not pay expenses, get- machine, having been used but own way. I loft because my ting from ono and a half to three ten days. Will sell for the astonbrother two yours older than I cents per pound for tho crop. ishing low price of $100, or will left, jo I asked my mother and Then it was 1 said, "Unless Icau trade same to livestock or growing J. E. Burgher. 8top.father to lot mo go aUo, wo got sonio educatiou I will have corn. turn Todd Hush. Another Fight on tho New Road. Mr. Willie Todd and Miss Nun- SninC persons opposing the new roncl from this placo to Stanton, ey Hush, both of the county,' CARD. IimiI ('; I i'mI-dre- sepa-jrafe.- l, . . la. . ... - - j i I g ;Y - Fair-have- n, infor-matio- Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. ReadytoWear 5uits Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods the-summer good-chee- SHIMFESSEL'S. court for shooting on the train in this county. This is right, he. should he punished to the end PDHLISIIEP KVEKY T11UK8DAV. of the law, but why not punish Subscription rates 81 a 3 ear or three the L. & H. for its violation of tho luws of Kentucky? It openyears jn advance 82. ly violates one of the most imporJ E. Burgher, Publisher. tant laws of our Stnte, und not n word has been printed about its Entered at second-clasflagrant violation, save in the mail ninttcr. Tiuif3, and no court has dared to Thursday, - - September 11, 1913 offer relief. The L. & N. seems to be resting securely and satis- growing watermelons on $100 CLUB RATES. factorily to itself. land and paying the freight For the convenience of our subon them a thousand miles to Some things we can understand Winchester, where they are sold scribers, we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price? sd some things wo can't under-r- t. at a less price than home growers below mentioned: nd, but the hardest thing late- charge for them, it casually ocThe TTmes and ly for us to understand is why curs to the Times that some of ti -- THE TIMES Tho L. & N. had a colored fellow hopgedup tlnd held to Circuit Why not Powell Supply the Demand. Powell county grows tho finest watermelons in the country any-where, manv of them, under proper cultivation, this season reaching tho enormous weight of 50 pounds. The Winchester papers are boasting of the great number of carloads of melons being shipped there from the South, and now later from Iowa. Here is nn object, lesson. If Iowa farmers can get rich, as they are doinc in many instances, by 1 villo, Ohio place. is visiting at this and believe him perfectly ble in all business honora- Miss Lutie Mae Billings returned to K. F. 0. School at Midway, Ky. Tuesday. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Pewaid for and case of Catarrh that cunnat be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, 0. We. theundersiged have known F. J. transactions and financially able to carry out any obligition mand by the firm. National Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free.' Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists. dv. Take Hall's Family rills for Cheney for the last 15 years, A New Wav - in Merch andisirig. VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. F'W Disc Grain Drill, $21.45- apt r V Check Rower Com Planter, 26.35 Do. Ua Shift Riding Cultivator 27.50 Best Monrrai Machine on the marLcl. 34.85 50c per square Felt Roofing, Gasoline Engines, " " " " " Cincinnati Enquirer A friend stepped up to us the Mr. A. T. Stewart, candidate other day and asked why we were so opposed to the L. &. N. Be- for County Attorney has a card ing loaded, we pulled a freight to the voters in this issue. We bill that a neighbor handed to us 'mpe every reader of the paper and presented it to our friend as ciU c&reTully read it, whether an explauation. It. was a receipt hpti inieod to vote for him or not for 87 cents freight from Chicago, Km It will better acquaint you of which SO cents was for hauling iwh one of our rising voun;: (35 pounds of nierchuudise from Cine. 'o to Lexington aud 58 Faith will move mountains ceui'i for hauling the same mer- Jkt1. it won't move automobiles. chandise from Lexington to Olay How a man does enjoy spend- City. If there is a sane orrea- 9kts BMiiioy if he can't afford it. sou.ibte petsou in this county, that, en explain to us where the Notice to Taxpayers. jusiice of this comes in, the writer will never say another word a I, or one of my deputies will be bout the L. &. N. rs i.m following places the time The above moment, while, it is u i ui wjo ijuiuufte 01 Clll WlMllll llDl.ll ttnl, IIIOImU .lAOMUl. 5 . .. 1. lti.,.lf T.J lnoii.MiHf.unf f . it is the experience of every one Hardwick's Creek and Roger's wno receives treigut here over CwprO, Sept. 5, the L. & N. The rates over the At Virden and Nada, Sept. 12, L. & N. are always more than " Stanton and Bowen, u 19.double any other road when not interfered with, and we believe The tax books are so heavy that cannot be carried at all times, iii interfering. persons who do nrt pay their 11 otner railroads can haul a at these places will be required certain quantity of goods from came to the county seat and pay. Chicago tc Lexington fur29 cents, T. C. Hall, Sheriff. we would like to know why the L. cc N. has to have 58 cents for luyiling it on to Clay City? Oth er roads curry it ten times as fur for one half the money. Is this -- 2- Hone Wagons, 1.00 the broad-minde$4 7.00 and up liberal-hear- t our Powell energetic farmers CvliyTuruing 1.10 Plow c'mplt, 28.95 d Railroad who like to grow them eo well, Loii'Bville Herald 90 ed and Pumps, .86 Home and Farm 75 Commissioner H. G. Garrett vot conld at least make a living grow-ng(heP-ed with one Bill la ml Farmer It' Klair to hold 1.60 .75 4i. on $10 per acre land and Ameiican Farmer 00 the unreasonably low assessment R. :ty mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. Southern Agriculturist 75 of the railroads down to what it saving the freight. Qvta Top Buggies, 30.85 up Senate Passes Tariff Bill. was last year. Top Buggies, 30.95 Courier-Journ- al d, fair-mindem The Senate Tuesday passed the Underwood-Simmons Tariff Bill by a vote of 44 to 87. e The of this bill is to more justly pur-pois- $27.50 up. G TJH FOR PRICES AND CATALOGUES. equalize the burden of taxation. A I! three parties were represented in the vote for the bill, for Senator LaFollette, Republi- can,, and Senator roindexter, Progressive, went on record in behe'f of the measure. The opposition included two Demo crats Thornton and Ransdell, both of Louisiana, who opposed of sugar. the free-listin- g Mrs. J. W. Williams. r Did it Ever Occur to You That an occount with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable prestige in the business world?. Accounts of all vises welcomed The Rev. 0. G. Maun is a protracted meeting with his church at Stanton. con-dueli- ..... -- Furnacet Mies oib by the 1 Lydia Blythe is visiting I'ryse this week. G. W. Lyle made a busi Mv. - trip to Lexington Thursday Mr. O. T. Mapel was in Win cJiester and Ltxington last week Miss Nora 0. Wireman is vis h.ing relatives in Indianapolis Clay City National Bank, ;T CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. i ind. Mrs. Kate Brattou, of Lucas right? It has been said that the L. & E. waB forced to sell their road. If this is trim, would it not be better for this road to be sold to one of the roads that can cany freight ten times us far for f the money? We think so and intend to see that the L. & N. is mudeto account for its illegal purchase of the L. & E. und one-hal- COriE TO OUR STORE Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. If I Hush! Money n 9-- V 5 .i i Listen Here! Train of Business Roliiuf? Down the Track of lime. made to obey tho law as it should be. If you want to help in fight the big corporations, drop a sub scription this way, that's all we ask, Carry a Full Line of Haynes Hen son Shoes which covert the South like the morning dew. We THEY FIT SO NEAT AND LOOK SO NICE WE ALSO SELL THEM AT PRICES RIGHT. When you you made is Money Saved. . Judge Bon ton in his charge to the Olarh rounty grand jury Monday, the first day of Circuit court, bore mainly on the prose cution of vote buying in the re cent primary. Wo opine from what the Judge said m his charge, that Olurk county is far from being free from election corrup (ions, notwithstanding the strong reform waves eminnting from that county befure the orimary. The Times belierts the Judge will have but little to do in this particular when he comes to Powell at the November term. It how looks as if though Powell is the cleanest county in the district und we always thought so. Many a brave man is apt to fear a si lent woman. Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 60 per yard HimDSon uanccBS. . Best 4 Sheeting, 25c (Mngham Crash Towling, Poplin, .! Best Pique White and Tan Linen, 0 IS our Store. more. want to buy Merchandise, come to you come one time you'll come back If As space will not admit of pricing our Mer-chandis- e, 7 it sure come let us price them to you. we can interest you in prices and We are quulity. 20c 25c 25c 11 We sell for Cash and Exchange for Pro- duce only. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON, m For nflxt thirty days cut sales on ail goods in stock to make room for fall and stock, so these goods are going, call aucl get your part. -- LOWE & CROWE, Rossiyn Mct'diaAt. I '4 mmm wmmmmmmmwmi,wmmam Do You Pear Consumption? No matter how chronic your . cotigiS or how severeyour throat or lung ailment is, Dr. King's New .Hundreds of trie's' In 6uV for- Discovery will surely help'you ; it PAPER. A HOME-MAests on t lie hill lands ar'e dying may save your iife. StlilnV'h Green from the drouth, and dogwood of Malichite, Col. writes.: ' "Two September 11, 1913 sprouts are dying by the thou doctors said I had consumption and THURSDAY, sands. Tiliis 'cnnditinn,wns nev could not live'two years, I used I)r; er seen here in former years, King's tew Discovery and am LCfC'AL BREVITIES: and well." Your mony refund"Scott county voted dry again ed if it fails to benefit vou. The Judge Ma nit was in Lexington Saturday by a majority .of 120. best home remedy for coughs, colds Tuesday on business. THE TIMES. Mrs. L". F. Mann spent -- Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Patrick at, Kimbroll. and fudgo USE Vt(W MILLS AN UNEXPECTED QUEST for luncheon. .or the. ijinii'-r DE ill enjoy , liomc-uiad- This county voted dry three years ago, but the wets contestMiss Selyers, of Lexington, ed and had won out fheir'ftas'e by-visited friends here, this week. decision of the Court of ApDon't forget the meeting in peals, mid saloons would have t he Eaton grovp Sunday after-noobeen npenedin October had not this election "been held and voted Dr..Fred Blair, of Moreliead, dry. i8rvisiting hjs. sister, Mrs. A. T. Safest Laxative, for Women II n. -- throat and lung troubles. 50c. and $100. Price Guaranteed by all COIOT-pCC- dealers To Adv. What- Is Required. - delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loifves ininl- from this bigli grade Hour are i)ri: light, white and of tempting flavor .ir'nl a satisfying luelieon can be in idc on lhi excellent bread (with butter) i hut is made from thf Hour. --( Vrl Nearly every woman needs a F tivee M, 'Hutcljinson ' n " week. arc prompt, safe, and do not cause and Mrs. C. G. Mauri pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap, of llev. Leadiil, Venn, pave: "Dr. King's liavorreturned from a visit to in visited rela-- ' good laxative. Dr. King's New county, Ohio hst Life Pills are good because they Ouio. . Mrs. Bettie Burgher is visiting befnidce', Mrs. Geo. S. Ware at Sams, Estill county. New Life Pills helped ber troubles 'Pride, greatly." Gi't-- box .25c. Recommended by all dealers. a Adv. ' i The slight friction in our KuthSdwell, of Wtnches-tervijnte- scliooJT board has been amicably iercousiii, AlAs Ruth sefclled, and the school ivill Eaton, the last of the week. it" has been 8(T favorably begun. The only 'rouble at any IJegjiJar meeting day services will be held at the P?esbyterian time watwthe salaries of the church Sunday morning and at teachers which was necessarily limited to a less amount than the niqht. on account of a tev. S. M. Crier' a, former board desired decrease pf,the lcl ta? . fund pa'tor of the' Methodist, church heje, goes tliis year from Letich-liejd.- this year. Miss d pro-ceed.o country newspaper Made one should. hare the constitution of a long eared mule, the nerve of Teddy Roosevelt, the of the, ancient martyrs, the capacity of a for detail the ability to "stand. oil'"" the bill collector a cob pipe, a pair of shears, a paste pot, a hmh school education, a railroad pass and the proclivities to adapt himself trTcvery passing' shbw. With nil of these quali'licntions, as the late BiH Nve would Say, "fair time may be made on a setitle' grade." run a, self-contr- by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. book-keep- er When i in Need of,' . Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ' Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema and Skin Eruptions. Babies need a perfect skin covering. Skin eruptions cause them not only intense sutTering, but hin- Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Strengthen Weak Kidneys DonK Suffer longer wliJi weak The Teachers' Institute is in kidneys. You can get prompt reKe'sMirTar- Stanton tjiis, week giv; lief by tiiking Electric Bitters, that in J; a short vacation for the weawonderful remedy praised by woried pupils and teacUefrs. , , , men everywhere. Stint with a botfcastor John I. Wills, assisted tle to day, you will soon feel like a W. A. M. Wood, isj new woman with umbition to work hl conducting a revival meeting without fear of pnjn. Mr. .lohn with bis church at Powell's .Dowhng, of San Francisco, writes: .t -- '"'Gratitude for the wonderful efViillev. . ,ScQtt8villeK,y. . . tliltev. der their growth, Dr. nobson's Eczema Ointment can be relied on for relief and permanent cure for suffering "ahies whose skin eruptions have made 'their life miserable. Our baby was allleted with breaking out of the skin all over thi face and scalp.' .Doctors sjnd skin Specialists fajledto help,, ,We tried Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment fnd were oyerjoyeoi to see baby completely cured before one box vis used" writes Mrs. Strnbler, Dubuque, Iowa. "All Druggists, or Jn mail, i0e. Grubbs & Benton, - and Broadway,' : Winche&er, - - Ky.- - PFEIFFEIt CH KMICAI. CO. Mo. II. T. "Potts is at InifiVnapoli of Y. is Ind., attending the meeting the Tie Inspectors of the N. Central Ry. lines. i'lr. Potts one of the most efficient- men this road. of fect of Electric Bitters prompts me "St. Louis, to write, ft cured my wife "lien all else Idled." Good for t lie liver as well. ' Nothing better for indi- igestion or biliousness, Price, 50c adv $1 00, at all dealerH Adv. Philadelphia, Pa. Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental : n HARDWIfiK & COMPANY'S Come to Our Store ' i Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. f Gver thing (or Orchard, Lawn an J Garden. NO AGENTS .I FREE CATALOd '.lijflefrtwf show we. Clearance 3 i cai'ry. ? yoff what ilTnee line of'goods ' f- Our stock of Dry Goods; Xoiioii", 1 H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons teidilgton, Ky. -- Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an etc. replete with id t V OA PITA 4 t sumntrsANDisrj i ; , I11VID1SU PKOFXTS, iiOO.OOO " STOCK. SlOO.OOO . UUI V U ml (.'le.u- ifD'f'.II.IS' and Quality. OUIl will sell at greatly i educed Iv p'lics during thix p. W TIU5 fj .1 lice. i Silf. tin; following: .I Odd-Pants, Men's and Hoys.' 'Clothing in CO.MHIXED.WITII oii WinciiMu'khI Ky. M i both Suits and low cut Shoes Walk-Over Men's Hats, ".neeii Quality1 lir Women, in both ().foids anil Puni, Dre- r- . . Low Prices to give us a good slinrc of1 be- i N. IIOf.I.Y WlTHKHHl'OON, l'HKM. 'jj W, It, Oasiiikii. ;J ) low cut Sln.es for Men. and nil wa.h Makiit tu,your"'iiittTest Voiir trade. cau-- o YOUIJ ACCOUNTS ROMCITKO S ' We havc.tho new, popular aiul up in all these lines. To give you an idea "t't fie Joods. nits'W lto- an- -' 'n trive to please our customers" r we know satisfied customers ureourbesfussetH. fiI 3 iiii,K 1 RICHMOND. KY. nniking, will give you some. prices., MetiV and .J t. ' to .please, n . id Yop WALDRON &10HNS0NJ to :',:, cm, M.iiV n'!.:"' Suits and Odd Pan's. Hats' at' S'i. 00 to 8'i .'0, Women's ? I 00 tJx't'uMs 'and .'", Pumps at 811.00, $:J) oneo at S.iiO, Sfl.ou oiits.ul Men's ,8'J,50 V A Training' tlll la all IV' i Iff LitKl- , kw cuts at 4 00. ? HI' ont' at S'i.iin. ones at $2.1101 wah Dress Goods, ','oc per anl valSo.OO : - 'NID t P mm i l"- - l if J -1.1UH..W I. V School for Teachers lt-la- i luUrbMftUlmit . u I try C r 1 f; lSfWfltif - f Waltersvilje, Ky. miii T. Pu.d a .( n .If. (luuratB. T.lla 'w lo li- ins at ion to the per yarn, values at values at lie. I'-'Jc . . .. -- m- i.iiut-- I I t m km. I I. . I i.h- - it ii llli a iit'i. nl 7". v rwim. r. 'irdiT H. I rt ...I f .rll I 'V',"'. ""'," , ' ,f wl" HK .kt h.mnl . n on.uUIK. 1'rr.M.M J. '' Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 0 SHIPP'S QUICK- Ky. and Wsidler, Frencliburg, SPOUT SPRING. RELIEF LINIMENT. rv. E. F. Kimmelshne, Xenia, 0., A good shower of rain foil here This Is the liniment the people are will hold the revival who Sunday. Bsnford White, of Irvine, was sad talking about. A tree dispensary li a place kept mMting that will continue till the It Is the most wonderful remedy for Ink on busini!K8 this week. open certain hours of the week with Moses McKinney was in Olark 2 lit of this month. relieving-paiI a doctor and generally a nurse In at- Anderson Berry,have ever u'ced. Oapi. Lexington, Ky. Albert Skidmore and Mnrgai coiinty Tuesday. tendance for the free- examination of The writer attended the Leo pnlii and I used Boone are home from McRoberts ir mule thoie who need its service. People ot soreness this liniment and the ninRle J. T. Wright bought a like County Sunday Schoo? Convention means ought to go to their physicians Jailer W. disappeared Lexington, Kj .. Letcher County. T Ballenper, at St. Helens this past Saturday colt from Carter Reyuolds for and pay the regular fee for such servFor relieving nehes and pnins thN work- and Sunday. (05.00. Guy Crowe, who has been ice. Inasmuch as physicians always He was President .1. render their services free to the needy HnrinentbeiitH anything! ever iww. ing iu Cincinnati, for several of the Association but resigned be Zeke Conner has moved into nyway, they generally favor the dis- II. Lctton, Lexington Ky. months hns returned home. cause of being so far away from the property vacated by Marion pensary as saving time. Sometlmca It is the only remedy I linvp foniiil hits given iiie any relief since I wn these dispensaries, or .clinics, am held that We are glad to see thot the town tws county. The convention was McKinney. pnrulizod four years ngo Mrs. Suxnn for all diseases and sometimes Welhorn, Newburg, Ind. fathers have placed culverts in ou of the best ever held in the Miss Stella Margisnn, of Irvine, for especial classes of disease, such ns to relieve any pnln in If pises of the treacherous bridges eecaty, W. J. Vaughan, that is visiting her brother, Franklin tuberculosis, or hook worm, or dls part it fails body in fifteen minutes. unv nsk of thi! Sunday-schoo- l eases of the eye, or nose and throat for your money back. workers, pilaw of were so dangerous. Mnrgison, and other friends here. Such a dispensary Is an advantage to SOLI) MY ALL LEADING with us and did much to make The needy feel Richard Crowe gave a Labor Day vaa DItUGGISTrj. Mrs. W. L. Byrd and children the whole community.going thetv when a success. The convention less hesitation about entertainment at his school house lt theme of the co lvention was last week visited ..Mrs. Byrd's 111 than about calling a pnyetciaa; conand there was a large crowd pressnt narun how to get the christian people to parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Hanks sequently maladies . are often more quickly diagnosed and put under conwhich greatly enjoyed it. ettend arid work in the Sunday near Winchester., ( trol, end the contagious disease are Rumors are flying thick and fast School all over the county. Mr. and Mrs.. AE. Sams and then prevented from spreading. Espethat one of our fellow citizens is stress was made ou the re son, Allen Sams, Jr., of Olark cially In the case of consumption, it ia easier to get an examination ot the to bring r young bride into our icawbility of the parents atten county, attended the services at children of the, family in a dispensary midst. Wo are anxiously awaiting School. Some of the the Baptist church here Sunday than it Is at home. The accurate Information which can be better secured we great event. thoughts developed there might be Ex Senator Benjamin Sewell. and tabulated In a dispensary than Geo. Phillips, of West Liberty, of help to Powell County. Parents of Campton, spent, a few days elsewhere is of great service In any responsible for the training of general campaign for publls health visited bis brother here whom he this week with his brother-in-lnA free dispensary can be cheaply startS n iinlendid man or woman, but had not seen for over twenty-fivW. L. Byrd. ed and maintained, because physicians to be the patyears. That is a long time when tksy are not willing are always willing to give an hoar oi Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Morlin Cur-tis- , two a week of their time to that work. tern for them to follow. Our chilthey live so close together. Saves Eyes of Winchester, arid Mr. and Are you ready to give a little f youi Nothing f more Important In tb dren are following in our tracks, home than clear, steady llsht. Inuira money for It In case one Is started in The Teachers' Institute is being this by getting the oil that burns and if our tracks in life are not Mrs. Manson Curtis spent Sunclear and clean without a flicker, held this week by Mrs. Eubank, of nLraiorht and honorable, then our day with Mr. and ' Mrs. Everett your community?' down to the last drop. Pennsylvania.-erodKentucky Tuberculosis Commission. u oil refined to perfection. Lexington. The teachers say that Gotta no more than the Inferior children will maka a crooked track Bsrnett. tankwagon oils saves MONEY save she is a splendid instructor and wo WORK eaves eyes. la their life. We are losing three W. L. Byrd, our hustling catYour dealer has SOLITG OIT, In congratulate our Superintendent barrels direot from our works. out of every four boys ufid girls tleman, was iu Cincinnati last on getting her. It has meant much that attend our Sunday Schools. week with four cars of cattle. Cfias. C. Stoll Oil Co. for Mrs. Eubank to hold this InThat means that when a young He reports the market there very Lexington Ky. stitute for she left a very sick boy man or woman reaches their ma Reflnerr at Warren, Pa. drnpgy occasioned by so many Make Your Wet Land Productive. at home. We tell the celebrated "KoCarb" turity and havejsettled down inlife, Mttle being rushed in on account Auto OU. By the use of drain tile you ear.' J. V. Chambers, of Winchester, oaly one out of the four remains of 6o much dry weather. turn that low, wet, useless, swam was in town Tuesday in the inter- in the Sunday school and becomes a The houselioldVrticles at Ma- - py field into the most productive We lost est of farming land in Alabama. worker in God'i Kingdom. McKinney's sale Saturday spot on your farm. Good tile, ofl He claims that land as rich as our the other three because the parents Km properly placed, brought fair prices. Marion will surplus water, itnot only carries the admits ir to Bluegrass land can be bought in were indifferent themselves while (to to Lexington, and there place soil and makes it esv to work. Alabama for $40 an acre and that tb roe boys and girls were growing hie three children in a private It improves any soil. The incieact $5000 invested in a farm in that tw. We can make our children, children's home. He can better in the value of the. laud is many Suuday school while they state will go as far as $25000 in care for them there than in the time the cost of the tile. Tne first in the tender yeais of childhood, Kentucky. He certa'nly had some tiled land attempt to keep house with year's crop from can no the pay? for It. Any boly wri pictures that looked good to us out when they get older and see tf MURIM rtVLTRY CtJR successfully. Write for particudown a chick's throat cures and showed the wonderful crops 'tfast father and mother does not thei. lars or cpI at o it plant. fye, A few drop the drinking water curesla and that can be grown. It is always cavs fortha Sunday School, and prevents cholera, diarrhoea Genet. and other chick diseases. One indifferent io the church work brat for anyone thinking of investRed River Brick & Tile Oc bptUe makes 12 rations of ing in the southland to go there ar not ftutb'al in the christian Medicine At all Cattle and hogs are scarce and Sample and booklet on Diseases ot Fowls" sent JTRJCS. , then they do as father and ever man you meet is a buyer. and look over the stiuation first. Company, ' Bourbon RoiMOy Co.tnlirRC One man in Stanton a few years aiOflxT do, slay away from the A preacher of the sanctified faith STANTOM KENTUCKY. ago bought Borne land in Florida iwauay School, are indifferent to ha beeu preaching at our school ktiAAitf. OVER ec YEARS' KXPCRIENCE without seeing it, and lo, when he tfce church, and they art a stum- house. went down there to look over his uoa block to the rising jeoeration Mr. Joe Martin aud family, of farm he found he had bought tw H a father drinks, then he cannot Middletown, 0., was visiting V. good sized lakes. He certainly 'tae his boy if he drinks; if a itatker or mother is immoral in 0. Murtin last week. bought watered stock that time, Tradc Mark Mrs. Hattie and .Nettie Martin Iktlr life, then they cannot blame Designs obtained In nil NO At this writing the Presbytery is COPVRiaHTS Ac vnl if they turn out the and Mrs. Ada Adams, of Oat IsroniitiT Hend Cvi-- .Vurief ur oil PEE. sending sketch and description mat I'ltuto. Tor Anyone in session. The meetinn on Tues FREE REPORT on lull mt tlit l'l?utBract-t- l qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free lietlir aH esaie way. They set the pattern Creek, was visiting Mrs. Belle nclutrclr. BAKK RFCKENC&6. Invention Is probably patentable. (Vramanlm. fltnu i itntt in tt'iii) for vltnUe took llnni strictly confldsntial. HAN0B00K on I'atsuts day night was attended by a full before them, and the children fol- Aad Lizlie Martin lust Tuesday. on MOW TO OSTAIN sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Sill PATENTS, xvhltli onM will pn. II to i pArtiwr, t'aieuts taken through Alonn Jt Co. reoelvs house. After a sermon by Rev. G. lowed it. Gieat suets is laid upoi, rprctal notkt, wlthoat charge, in the Say Mr. voter do you want to W.. Bovard the meetinn was turned how to get the young people to at jfmertcaiio D. CO. see Powell county .plunged head into a conference on the ministry. Mad the Suuday School. When A handsomely illustrated weekly, finest clr. t PATENT L W VERA. eiilatlnn of inr sdantltlo Inurtin). Turin. S3 long into a financial crisis during 303 Seventh St., Washington, 0. C. yenri four months, f L Bold by all tiewsdaaiera. Dr. J. M. Moore spoke on the Call we can eolve the problem of how to the next four years? If you don't of the Ministry emphasizing that fat the patents to attend, then we Branch Omoa. 616 F SU Washington. D. C. then let tis suggest hut vouhunt the ministry was the greatest call rswe solved the problem of how t up your little tuck'' hammer and ing in the, world, that it called for get the young people It is easy t fetch a few pecks 'on that pu't men of the richest character, of teil'our boys ami girls how to do of your body that is usually cov VetaRsLssflasJlSs consecrated talents, for men mor- md that they ought to uttena ered by it $8 BO John B. Stetson. ally and physically fitted for the ftsftdny School, but it i hotter to After you have (iuinhed pecking great work, who had a passion for shew them by doii' ' right ourselves then stoo rest and listen, and on souls and who wpre true to duty. aad settinc the nattem before says Mrs..SyIyanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky In the morning of .November dth, writing, of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Above all we nee men today as ttssra Someparetits are wondering 10111 walk out to.yqur front yard tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use ; minUtors who are in touch with why that boy or girl turned out gate set one font upon the Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I ' God. Rev. J. A. Kennady, D. wrong. It was no wonder at all thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly ab!ev shift that quip of Star Nit-vD. spoke of "The Preparation when you know how the pmentsto do any of my housework: After taking three bottles from left to right juw, fetch a of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon of the Mini3ti y"'As the ministry did themselvei. Parent who are tog at that little biiucli of whisgained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, the greatest calling in the world indifferent to the Sunday School h kers on your chin, tdrn your eyes as well as run a big water mill. M needs men who are prepared and are a criminal in the sight of God. I wish every suffering woman would give m the direction of the rising sun quipped to engage in the greatest We chastise, whip and criticize out and there und ti.en appoint yourbattle rf the world's history, thut oiiildren when we have been show self a committee of one to take a of righteousness against the forces log them how to de these very soher second thouuht. Then at the devil. Rev. Weidler spoke same things. We parents are re bute thee away to the voting Y orf The Church and the Ministry. Bconviblo for our children's deMim J place und dully not by tlir way Amonq the out of town ministers Just as much as wo aru re.iponMlil-fathe 2200 primmer in our suit 4de. When thou art safe witl at the Piesbytery art, Dr. S. It. iu the walls of the voting booth i Let u have a trial. I stilt use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Lyons, Richmond, Ind., Dr. J. N. pooiUnuties. kleu ourselves; let us think cor- dud all is as eiill there as the and it always doei me good." of night pick Mooie, Cincinnati, ()., Rev. Ed Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, rectly, be strong in our character, hushstencil between up the markyour wurd MnOIII. Middletown, O., be ttue to our God, and be a pal ing tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanraise the stencil and let Rhv, (J. W. Dovard, Hamilton, 0 tern for our children thut shall not ly trouble. Signs that you need Carduithe woman's 'er fall ker whack (n the bul-ttonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui Rv. Condon, Trenton, O., Rev. cause them to stumble. where your conscience tells for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing McChe8ney, Sycamore, O., Rev. you that it will do. most good women for more than fifty years. FOR SALE One second hand for Powell countythe .1. A. Kennady, D. D., College prmtiiic press, size 9 x IH, uowl Chen fidd the bullot citizenship. und let 'er Outer, O, Rev. Frmik us now. Wiil sell very cluap :o galliglior", then make thy es( h.rrv Fork, 0.. Rev. E. 11. tor purl iciiln rs apply to cape if thou cnii and the praise Thompson, feVymon, O., Prof Owen Putrick, Knuhrell, K. In II evt;r be thine. aTANTON NEWS. DISPENSARIES! - Es-psci- al w the Lamp Oil that ' Farm Drain Tile J drug-gitta- . - hkMi-li- . I I SWIFT & sckmu.ic & It Always Helps , stile-bloc- k, y - CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut r hl-il- bread-hook- s, ot Bd Get a Bottle Today!