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AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER.
THURSDAY,' Jan. 5, 1011.
lY kOrovter Buruott, of II. It. IMt.
. Sferlivfg, Was hero-tho first of the
The Company store has been
-"'closed this week taking the an-
, Z :niBal invoice.
Having, winter in winter is
much better than having it-next
,15 00 Silk Petticoats during De
I Vember for $8 50 at Mrs. Williams'.
Thos. Shimfessel and Orvil
Lyle loft 'Monday f or Phoenix,
Arizona to engage in -business.
. Jtfrs. ..Newton Puckett, of
Quicksand; is visiting her Sister,
Mrs. J. W. Hendri'x, of this city.
Ifbur laBt wintir underwear may
not be heavy enough, see us before
buying. Mrs. J. W. Williams.
Grant Elkin, of Ford, and W.
Z. Eubank, of Kiddville, attend
edOounty Court at Stanton Mon
day. The po8toffice was closed Mon
day in observance of New Years
day which came this time on
What Can We Say
More than if you are not satisfied
after using Sutherland's Eagle Eye
Salve we will refund your money.
2&Q. at all dealers.
You Hhould see our linn of trunks
suit cases, telescopes.an avellng
btfgs before .buying. - "
Mrs. X W; Williams.-
Howard Williams, of Uuyan
dotte, W. Va., is spending a few
v . rlouo roit-li hie nrifMA Tit .T Vv
J & l kF ' 1 '
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Miss Ethel Blnir died at More
head Thursday. She was a sister
to Mrs. A. T. Whitt of this city
who with her husband attended
Mrs. Edward Hose was called
to Winchester Mondiy to the
bedside of her brother, W. 0.
Uoskins, who lay in a vury seri
Thai lives ten years nftiBt have
merit. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIoney
has been sold for sixteen years, and
sales have increased every year. So
yon lun no risk. We guarantee it.
At all dealers.
The Stanton Canning factory
was sold at Stanton Monday to
E. H. Fuller Cashier of the Pow
ell County Deposit Bank for
$750. This property was sold
some months ago at Commission
er's salo and was bought by Mr.
Fnller at $1,500, but the sale was
The Rev. and Mrs. llobt. N.
Bush', of West -Liberty, spent a
few days with friend here the
first, of the week.
dieo. 'D. McQullum, of Win
Chester, was Jiero yesterday load
nig tobacco bought for one of the
t will pay you to jsee. our lfne of
mens and boys suits and odd pants
.. before Jbuving elsewhere.
Hardwick & Cq.,
T "NT Uahhit n fi " m a y la'A tn it
p "citizefn of'Powell cjuuty, remdmt
i hers the Times with a'new year
gift, of $2 00 on subscription.
' Mrs. Clint Bowman, of this
' city gave birth Monday night to
twin babies which died and were
1 VnniAfi 1tata ifuofarluu nfracnnntl
He Never 'dot MsJWoHey
back.. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
cured his eyes and he did not want
li n- I-l kgrnnlAu i
j nil uwivio.
. . Snow fell pretty irtfreh all day
Tuesday covering the "ground :tp
aUeptn or aooup live inches, rue
tiold'sijjU prevails s -bWoYo the
MFor yearrl-in'ffered UnqpeaW
We torture from, iiidtgmtion, coq?
A, K.;H. .war vt.fa kt JC;
ii.,:ruK HMtf, me m .right.
1 fctM -Jl(ik
tt4)ii, Wat iwiiH Dy
Death In Roaring Fire
may not result from the work of
firebugs, but often oevere burns are
cansed that make a quick need for
Bueklen'n Arnica Salve, the quick
est, snreM cure for burns, wounds,
bruises, boils, sores. It snlidiies
inflammation. It soothes, and
heals. Drives off skin eruptions,
ulcers or piles. Onlv 25c at Swann
Day Lumber Co.'s store.
Onr Millinery department Is teem
ing with all the pretty creations of
Mrs. J. W. Williams.
.Hurst bought the infer
tile infant heir, Nellie
in the lan'd of John W.
McKinney, deceased, on Hard
wickis. creek atGomrrngsiongrla
Sale at Stanton Monday for $200,
He had bought the other heirs'
interest which were all of age,
paying $ouu lor ail ot the place.
Solves a Deep Mystery.
' wit t6 thank you from the
bottom of my heart," wrote C. B.
Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va "for
the wonderful double double benefit
I got from Electric Bitters, in ur
ing me of both a severe case of
stomach trouble and of rheumatism,
froili which I had been an almost
helpless Bufferer for ten years. It
suited my case as though made just
for me." For dyspepsia, indiges
tion, jaundice and to rid the system
of kidney poisons that cause rheu
matism, cieciric miters nas no e
qual. Try them. Every bottle is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50o
at Swann-Day Lumber Ca's store.
The Sheriff's, settlement with
the county appoari itf this issue
of the Times. The- Treasurer's re
port aiid flhanciai.'standingof the
conhty published in these columns
a few weeks ago when placed tb
gothor with this settlement will
show the taxpayers just where
the' county stands financially.
The taxpayers are Under obliga
tions to .Judge Hard wick nnd E
H. Fuller, Treasurer, for this
Dr. Bell'5 Pine-Tar-Honey
Is a house-hold word in every state
in the union as well as in several
foreign countries. For Grippe,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma and throat
troubles it is the best Sold every
where. Look for the Bell on the
For Ladies' Tailormado Suits of
latest styles see Mrs. Williams.
Reuben Tipton, of Winchester,
spent Sunday with- his daughter,
Mrs. W. R. Burgher, in this
Ladies and Misses don't fail -to
visit our millinery and dressmak
ing department when you come to
town. You will save money no
any purchase you make there,
. Hardwick & Co.,
The chief objection to women
police-men, or is it policewo
men? as advocated by some of
the Baltimore suffragists is that
it may make impressionable
mankind too anxious to get
DE KALBLllU KANSAS CITY, MO.
INIM LAWN FENCE
CmI vnr MMta. ImvalMir nit.
Saves two Lives.
"Neither my sister nor myEelf
might be living today, if it had not
been for Dr. Kir (-,a New Discov
ery" wntea A. I McDonald, of
Foyetteville, N. C. F. D. No. 8,
'for we both had frightful coughs
that no other remedy could help
We were told my slstei had con
sumption. She was very weak and
had night sweats but your wonder
ful mebedicine completely cured us
both. It's the best I ever used or
heard of." Forsore lungs, coughs,
hay fever, croup, whooping cough,
all bronchial troubles, Its su
preme. Trial bottln free. 50c and
$1. Guaranteed by Swann-Day
Lumber Co.'s store.
Woman9 s Power
vvoman-s most glorious endowment is tho power
to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a
worthy tnon. When site loses it and, still loves on,
uo one in the wide world cad know the heart agony
she endures. TJie woman jvho, suffers from weak
ness and derangement of her special womanly or
ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of
a man. Her general health suffers end sho loses
her good looks, her attraetiveneti. her amiah!i:t
and her power and prestige as a womaji. Dr. R.V. Pierce, of Buffalo N Y wifh
r t fwmen- "r? h dOT?!eiB HCCU cdy 'or woman's aiN
S r1' k knOTT.n M Dr p'c Favorite Prescription. It is a Dositiie
.pec,Bc for the weaknesses nd disorders peculiar to women. It Purifie5?reiu.
latet, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No htnnt deVlir wHI
advise you to accept aubstitufe: in order to make a little l.rgVr "rofit.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMElf STRONG.
SICK WOMElf WELL,
Or. Hint's Plmunt Ptllttn rttuUto mad itrtnjtb.a Siommct,, Lhr mb4 Bow!.
Dr. Bells Antiseptic Salve
Good for all Skin Diseases.
OAPITAIj STOCK. 8100,000
SURPLUS AND UN
DIVIDED PBOF1TS. 100,000
p Winchester Bank.
Of WlNOlISTXll. KY.
N. Holly Witheiihi-oon, Piiuhi
K' W. R. Si-nAn, OAsntEii.
YOUH AOOdUNTS SOLIOITEO
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AH KiMb of Watch awl Clock
DanaJAap m Ckaf4 MamAlcUl A
RnhmMi Trtw, SATISPAC
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Jewelry & Spectacles,
CaM awl mi im Mi th Rt4
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f We have
be found ih Central Ketucky.
Our line comprises the famous
Malleable Steel Range
and Fosters line of cookihg and
Come in and give us a look.
Grubbs & Benton,
Cor. Main and Broadway,
Hardwick & Co.
Fall and Winter
Our Fall and Winter goods are now in and wo invite your
inspection. Our stock is larger than over before. To those
who have been dealing with us we want to say that we aro
even better prepared than have ever before to furnish you
just what you want, and to save you tnonev. To those
who have not been dealing with us want to say that all wo
ask is an opportunity to prove to you that we can Bave
you money, and also better satisfy your wants than any
other firm in tho county. So when in need of any thing
in the following list, or any thing in merchandise, see what
wehavnto offer you, and get our prices, if you are interest
ed In learning where you can get the most for your money.
Clothing, ShoBS, Ha,ts, Dry Goods, Notions,
Millinery, Dress Making, Toilet Powders
and Perfumes, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, SuitUaseaTrunkB
Ladies and Gents Hand Hags, Furniture, Sewing Maehinea
Needles, Shuttles and Dobbins to fit any machine,
Buggies, Wall Paper, Groceries, elo. etc.
Hardwick & Co., Stanton.