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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 5, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911010501_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.): January 5, 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. V If XXXLi TV $1.00 a Year In Advance. CLAY We are here to help Clay ' JP:'. lRTrI V "'TIMES. A ' X Cityjjjritgj i L1 itrO&stis.' JA$jLWZfh. Jj 1911, SHERIFF'S J. E- - Burgher, Publisher. vol: xvi. . Volume XVI. OLA? OITY, KT., Want Stoto to Help. Wo would bo glad to see Ken-tuck- NO. 1. SETTLFJMEMT. "Hi With this i68uo tho Times enters its sixteenth volume, having rounded out nn existence of The paper is not wo would like to make, but what it seeems the best to possibly make and keep a going in n small town and county like Clay City and Powell. In the whole county thore are but 1,848 polls and the Times had a subscription list equal to more than half this number, so 'when we tako into consideration the small territory to work ill, we think that we should not be discouraged as we cannot alter these conditions and circumstances. We hope to see business with the Times this year an improvement over what it was in 1910, butitremaiiiB with our subscribers, those who should be on our list and our advertising paIf trons to make this possible. the public will give us a more generous patronage, we will make a most- liberal improvement in the 'p'aper during the present year. - Denies Death Notice. Two weeks ago the Times published an account of the death of Charles Walters in Kansas City, being wo thought reliably informed. Mr. W. F. Olark and Mr. Joe Vaughn, both old Powell citizens write the Times from Kansas city and deny the report. Upon f ither inquiry we learn tha't .Walters. died in Mis not in tuC city. s Somehow we never doubt a man when he admits that he is a liar. Eczema, Ringworm, . Tetter, chappod bonds or lips, boils sores and all skin diseases are quickly cured by the use of Dr. Hell's Antiseptic Salve. 25c a box at all dealers. A crearav snow white ointment. H olMay X.. State Aid. Two years ngby-vote of the appropriate annually a people the Ketitucky ConstUu minimum of n million of dollars, tion was chahf&'d so "thp S(4te to he added to the expenditures could give diqylo couhtiesln of the counties of the State in building roadsiThe cliabgewas the construct. on of good roads, muuo io iiuipvjwoc couiuies inwj; roads then!? in addition to the local expendi- could not build-jliesIn fact, we would be selves. The gjeral proposition tures. gladderJo see five millions than seems to be toojlect a state tux we would one million. There of 5 cents Thjstax to form a could be no wiser policy inaugu- roads fund t(taid counties to rated by tho State than the poli- build good roaSian'their respeccy of expending whatever sums tive bounds. Juycoiinty can renecessary to improve the roads, ceive this aid illke 'and most of to aid every county in the State them will eagiiygrasp the obV. in constructing good county roads portunity wheafofi'ered, A law of thlKkind oameVvery and further to aid every county in the State more than the State nearly passing She last seswoiii now does any county in improv- the Legislaturebut was 4eten ing the school system. Lexing- in the last day of the The proposition:', wilOwork the ton Ilelard. same iu nil cbuhties'hand it is Bridge Completed. likele that the&oUilties ntfw,po8-sessintho mo amount of pikes The Lulbogrud bridge between thiR county and Clark has been will make the freest , use of the completed and the fills on each State funds, liutT;it gives they mountain counKei. an4opportuni-tside have been put in condition to get what fthey neqd "worst, for travel. It is completed in and will be ouif fault then if we time for the winter when the do not have bi$te roads. The creek is up so much of the time Times is heajtily in favor of and when it is so unsafe to cross. such a bill, giPowell now needs three more Buys Farm. bridges across Ked river and the J. B. Eaton irehased at Com-a- t county will be very well suppli- missioner's e Stanton ed with baidges. near this the Hoskjj was e,v-The high waters this week city for $l,700.K If there is one. a bargain iilland tlils brought down about ten thou- It is on a good Sjijad.closp to town sand logs forrthe Brodhead-Gar-retand has someMliielland on it. The mill eivins at least two h9ir o aoouu one year ngo. and others willlollowas the win ter tides occur. Surpasses Breathitt. Five killings and seven woundJ.adies and Misses don't fail to ed in Montgomery county during spo our new Fall and Winter line Christmas week is an unenviaof "Queen Quality and "Boston ble record. This has Breathitt Favorite" shoes, we have them in downed a mile or two. The daiSweUe, Patent leather. Gun metal, ly papers pass no comments, but Dull kid and nlain kid in both Montgomery county is in a more prosperous part of the button and luce. Hurdwick k Co., Stanton. Busy Court Day. Powell county court day was quite a busy davnt Stanton. All the county officers then had to renew their bond. and several Oommissionor snips took place besides the tax sale which attracted considerable at y a urauaut toaniprdnr of the Fiscal Court of Powell Coun-- , Sheriff settlement,. I met Win. Bowen, tho SliQriffwntio 80th day of December, 1010, And maKO the following report : Th(s Shriff is charged as follows': '. vProf6rty;as pernssessment with 20 increase on r.eake8tato and personal property for the year ty as Commjssipirinake . ,4.010, uv - .Tangible prbberty, L. & E. Ry.,.. ahchisQ, - $008,083.00 108.G10.00 Tangible property, Mountain Central Railway A Clay City National Bank, assessment, Powell County Deposit .Bankjlfesmont, ...T Adams Express Col, assessmentTiC OentrUl Kentucky Gas Company, assessment, Kentucky Telephone Company, assessment, Total, Tax 40c1on - 28,880.00 8,000.00 44,C11.0"0 10,810.00 8,120.00 5,002.00 2,500.00 $1235,502.00 jiiXi- - -.- - g $4,042.25 To 1,848 polls at $1.50. 2,022.00 10c per $100.00 Bridge, 1,3:15.50 $1,285,502.00 $1,235;502.00 less City Citv assessment for Graded . School purppses 8129,577.00 15c per $100.00 for .V .'.....:..-.school purposes, 1,058.07 1848 polls less 205 for graded school m Clay City ". i no 1,083.00 To omitted taxes,. 75.00 v-,. -. the $100.00 for County purpose. . oove cnarge, i,zoo,oo2.w, j. .j -- - By By By sal-da- y Mon-i'plac- er By t. oy-p- rj ;S0ofjK?,iMg. ". it it Total cliarges, $11,010.78 The Sheriif'is entitled 'to the following credits: .. $143.08 exhonorations as per list, Sheriff's commission oo, $5,000 of above 500.00 charge less above exhonnration at 10 Commission 4 on balance of abjve , charge, .234.92 283.81 treasurer's receipt Sept. 15th, 4k " Oct. 0th, 476.00 . 41 ,i.,e-sai- To receipt Uct. 8tb, Treasurer's receipt Dec. 23rd, Total credits, Qf0 , " v Nov. 24th bcliopj Supt.ug. 2tfi7 " . . 500.00 nnn nn "OU.OI - 100.94 280.00 ' i To penalty on $3,030.85, $218.21 To balance duo from Sheriff,-..-- '. - $7,881.80 (Signed) S. K. Baird, Com'r. Win. Bowen, Jr., S. P. C. $3,353,19 Tradiing SALT! Just recieved a car load of the genuine tention. Newton Puckett formerly of this county has been promoted to n position as ts. & E. agent at Quicksand, whither he has mov ed. tin has our best wishes as do all of the old Powell boys wherever they may be located. Millions of Bottles of Dr Bell's used annuallv is good evidence that it is a good remedy for LaOrippe. coughs colds, and all throat and bronchial troubles. Look for the Bell on tho Bottle. Sold every wheio. y JYIADE EA5Y OldKanawhaSalt This is the best Salt for preserving meat and is'absolutely pure. We have it in 280 pound and seven bushel barrels which we are selling at per barrel: By coming, to this old reliable slore to supply your needs. Our goods this season aie well seleded and bought so the cheapest cannot undersell us on high class articles. you are looking for ome appropriate gift for old or young you will find it at this store and you may right. reSt 'assured the price "will be Don't fail to. give us look before making your Lyle has taken control of the Boone House at Stanton. This is a popular hostelry and with Mr. Lylo as managor tho ugh reputation it has gained will be mantaincd. M. 11. 280 pound at $1.50 a Barrel 44 7 Bushel " $1.85 We also have a line of holiday purchases. Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve is gopd for unvthing for which a salve is indicated uch as pimples, gore, chaps, ulcere, bkekheade, unburn iid all skin affections 25c at all dealers. General Merchandise which we are selling at a close margin. WALDRON ; The Times is in receipt of beautiful calendars for 1911 from the Clay City National Bank, the WitioHw'tecbank and the Powell OoHty Deposit Bank. Waltersville, Ky. t JOHNSON, THE TIMES. rUDLISUEt) fcVKRV THURSDAY. Subscription-rate- WONDERFUL PROGRESS Made In Modes of Travel In the nlted States Slnco the Days of Dan- lei Boone and Davy Crockett. U- YauIhW hI . Mill. c6urt a 4 Many of the business men of 81 ri year or three Palaces on Wheels: Srieed Like the Wind Through Regions of Beauty and Bloom While Chill Winter En wraps the North. yearqjuadjyance Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s Thurso ay, -- mail matter. In the days of Dauiol Boone anu .uavy urocKen nnu lvit uar- son, travel to anu tnrouin) tlie CLUB RATES For the convenience of our Bub- - South was either on foot or horse scribers, we have arranged club rates back add 'f ull df hardships. But prices todavTono'mnvJoave with the following papera'af anv North. poned. " " ... .i ui ,rciu,,""""cu-i.ern cityand in a day" or two. lllO 1 DIES .Hid large crowd was present a A frnvnlinrr in nnrf Affc cnmfnrt nn. Courier-Journp 81.00 Ki (Ilnrk finiitluv the homo of G.-t. . UV1 ' BIUUUICIII' 1U CVCil ,! Ii . . Mtfo.u j1m a unv; vmcinnau inquirer i i.ju i iiin;r. billU q v.i-: . mvniiri. nn snr. iriiinr. ' ti iouisviiie commercial v .a i was.sorved and the day was muc iii ........ n nart. nf'rlin fnnnt.rv TT.no.t i?nrm I' ..UWV U11UA.M1.JI .11 ilnwn wln'i'li will mnliAi liim rnti liia enjoyed. , Alter uoi. Koosevelt tells us eyes and believe that winter A fact thafisnot likely t,o wor w'hat'is best to be done with the never comes. ry many newspaper men is that abandoned farms he mayturn his The Northern "Winter's Heart is Cold, the price of diamond is to be ad The Southlndd's Heart is Warm, attention to the abandoned ' And in her fond and true embrace vauced. statesmen. Jan. 5, 191 i. otantori jAomty. .. . Messrs. iforval Lyle and'Thos Bhimfessol started, for riiooiux Arizona Mandar; Jan. 2. Mr. and Mrev Clarence Estes of Upper, HardwickVCreek, vis ited friends' near Vauehn's Mi during Xma? Wjde,k. Owing to, the bad day Sunday a large crowd? was present at the Christian .church. The announce tnent for thee'venlng was post Ml plaopfttendcd 1,.' outjuiaiisiui uuuemuci M-- r - vi r s r maMMtmmu m jk mm i - -.- - I al .- t..j T.. .... m-'- - vn A, t -- - Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, Gaps ;!.,. and Silk Petticoats. - - -- . I Men'sShoes,$2.00 $2.50and$3,0t Broken Lines, while they lasl: $1.50. We find u host of joys untold, "The ultimate consumer doesn't exactly--apprecia- "Wo find to that joke liv- - an' ever present charm Where AVinter has no place. about the fall in thp cost of ln "Many a nibuOs an automo these days so as to set a chance to toot his own horn. m.Je -- SPOUT SPRING. II. M. Winburn has moved back' to to this place. Saturday and Sunday are reg ular meeting days at the Baptist church. Slielt McKinney will take charge of W. (J. Patrick's store at'Kimbrell February 1st, $ioo Reward, $ioo. The readers oHhis paper will be pleased to lean that there is at least one dreaded disease thatsci been has been overlooked or for- - enco has been able to "cure in nil gotten.' Golf may be played on its stages, and that is Catarrh the finest links in the country; Hall's Catarrh .Cure is the only tennis on clay courts kept in the positve cure now known to the pink of perfection; surf bathing medical fraternity. Catarrh being a 'W. J. Burney. and son, Asa, in water at a temperature of 70 constitutional disease, requires a moved Monday to the latter'p degrees and above, riding, mot-- - constitutional treatment. Hall's farm, giving R. A. Itirby posses oring over picturesque roads' Catarrh cure' is taken internally, sion of the old homestead which through tropical scerfery and on acting directlyfafon the olood and ..... WWL U iJUUliTTT H f h Di llil. thenar d sand beach; vatching, mucous Butfaces of the Bystem' c 11 Mr. Kirby moved Tuesday, fcl rowing and fishing at sea and in thereby destroying the foundation disease, and giving the pa land locked waters; chair-whetient Strength by building up the ing and bicycling on palm-lineThos.'Snowden has moved to promenades and through tropical constitution and assisting nature in the Authenile King farm Hie lmest climate iu' doing its "work. Tne proprietors jungles. PROUD OF HER CAKES, the world every day a June h'ave'so much faith in its curative Everett Burton, of Blooming, Bread and pies the woman is who For the powers that they offer One Hun dale, has returned home-aftea day, full of sunshine. has made them from lions Milxs' hunter, the South provides p'Vac- - "dred Dollars for any cu8e that it woelt's visit at this place. flour. Success in bread or oake tically every feathered and fur- - falls to cure. Send for dist of t "8 W. G. Patrick sold to D. B, baking is always sure to follow, red creature from quail and imonials, Hampton, of Winchester, head squirrels to wild turkey and when you ubc thiH high grade and Address of steers at 23.50 per head. doer; and for the fisherman, a satisfactory flour, sold everywhere. F. J. Cheney dt Co , Toledo, 0, Frank Conner, of Clark coun bewildering variety of game fish Sold by Druggists, 760. ty, visited his brother, John irom the rainbow-huetrout to Tif rinii'c Ti,m!iG"Piii0 tnr I Conner, near Dry Ridge nor .1 majestic m "D tne Tarpon, miN. i noyueen Utipation. week. cc urescent Koute lias made it Mfg'd. .by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ihe auction of the stock of W. made it possible for the winter G.Patrick Was fairly well at- - traveler frim thn Nnrtli tn rnvnl leuded but most everything sold iu luxurious "palaces on wheels", DID YOU EVER A very low. which speeds like the wind STOP TO THINK INSURE WITH" J. D. Puckett. Mrs. Laura Hiir. thrSugh regions of . beauty and t III mi that every time you nn and Mrs. Margaret Larisou u'oom. ine many rnnving cit aro among Uio sick but all are e8 uttractivo resorts and histor .XyVft SPEND A DOLLAR improving. ic points along the route iuake it The X.otirtinc' Inmirnnoo Agents o ;lfiaHtori Ko'ntuoky. not only tho dollar is gone, cresting. With the Ruf us Burton, of Georgetown. doubly u hut the ratiiriuul linmo lnBt. Ki.,.wi,.v fUP superu express trains, electric liR,,fe(l nnd equipped with the a few days visit with his rela- INTEREST,. latest, types or ruiiman drawingtives here. state-rooyp' club, library on it for . D cj n i u. oioue, oir Illinois, is roo,nnllnrnf;nn tii. ui,-c.n,i Din; Eyerone who jkriows ahythihg.abouHnBurance know ETERNIW . vlB'"KlH islittlo wonder that, so mnnv I C " ms 8I8' tourists in thoNortherrt nnd ' I thoy are leaders in this line. V.' Better save that dollar and Mrs. E. C. Dawson. ,nftfifnfo0 v;att n. fin..n. i, .1.1. the interest onv'ft'U8p68iting great railway systom. This road it. with us in our" Miss Jennie, have been visiting operates tlio finest trains in the Mr. Wood's brothers at Hiirh United States between Oincin FRUIT fUd ' SAVINdS Bridge and iraukfort the past nati, Ohio, and Jacksonville, IWO WeOliS. Flnr d.i. nnd "Navi- HrlnnM Tmila. DEPARTMENT. . nhd low round trip winter Mr. JA N. Lurison hasbe-eup- a , Everything tor pointed assistant Postinustor at tourist rates are being made from ;i mun joa oat iktkmmci cwwanalong the line, this place uud will huvo charge ftU ORCHARD, XAWNf of the Postoflico and store for i(3( GARDEN. WAVAKTilTlr-;l1 M III Our .Fall and Winter line of the present. ill WrH fo?iyi Mentha this, 'Walk-Over- " shree are ready for Joseph Adams visited his uu yoer iiiKptotion. We have all the I SEND 10' CENTS Ui cle, John Ballard, of Black Oreokt new lasts in patent leather, gun u F v jt v last Sunday. Ilis cousins, the. metl, tan and in all kinds of calf Hi Misses Ballurds returned home that Is uov 'used. A CAPITAL, HfW ' JTMOC SA N D with him for u few days visit of Hurdwick & Co., LEXINGTON, .It Yk t their aunt. Mrs. Rosa Adams. - Winter means to the North land, ice, snow, sleet and chill, cold'and discomfort ; to the South laud, blue and brilliant skies, 'eniul airs and balmv sunshine, the unrestricted pleasures of out door life, scenery that. never fails to enchant, foliage of perennial green, uud flowers in perpetual bloom. The abundant nnd dplight ful outdoor life of the South ern winter is its clnefest charm, ad no attractive feature has When YotrtSee The Bell On the bottle you have our guaran tee that you are getting the best cough and cold remedy. Dr. Bell's isfied usern. Boys9 millions of sat At all dealers. Clothing, Overcoats, Suits, and Fahihs. , Ladies, when you give the lit tie girls dolls tp'play with, please see that they are not dressed iu hobble skirts. Mrs. J. W. Williams; I 1 tS 1 mwu VI JJ i tw lUlliJUU in KImbrell. el- of-th- e d r 2-- d I ,.'. $f. F. A. LYON & SQNi Oyer $200,006,060 . - Represented. ,- ...mummi11j V :T 1 1 . j HiOE - TREES, SEEDS . n - PtB mm- - v Clay vGity Nationaifikt Pr c 5ms, 1r 1 lfllllll7lHiflliliamHlMIMMM - 9 ' t THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. Ethel Blnir died at More-hea- d Thursday. She was a sister to Mrs. A. T. Whitt of this city who with her husband attended the funeral. Miss THURSDAY,' O0Ar, Jan. 5, 1011. BREVITIES. . Z lY kOrovter Buruott, of II. It. IMt. A Medicine Sferlivfg, Was hero-thfirst of the Thai lives ten years nftiBt have weuk. merit. Dr. Bell's The Company store has been has been sold for sixteen years, and "'closed this week taking the an- sales have increased every year. So :niBal invoice. yon lun no risk. We guarantee it. Having, winter in winter is At all dealers. much better than having The Stanton Canning factory "summer. was sold at Stanton Monday to ,15 00 Silk Petticoats during E. H. Fuller Cashier of the Pow Vember for $8 50 at Mrs. Williams'. ell County Deposit Pine-Tar-IIon- ey xt Mrs. Edward Hose was called to Winchester Mondiy to the bedside of her brother, W. 0. Uoskins, who lay in a vury seri ous condition. 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 coveted information. Dr. Bell'5 d ey Woman9 s Power Over Man she endures. TJie woman jvho, suffers from weakness and derangement of her special womanly organism 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 fwmen- - "r? h dOT?!eiB HCCU cdy 'or p'c knOTT.n M Favorite Prescription. It Dositiie r1' .pec,Bc weaknesses nd disorders peculiar to women. It Purifie5?reiu. latet, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No deVlir wHI advise you to accept aubstitufe: in order to make a little l.rgVr "rofit. 1 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 vvoman-s k . Is a house-holword 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 Bottle. IT MAKES WEAK WOMElf STRONG. SICK WOMElf WELL, Ptllttn rttuUto mad itrtnjtb.a Siommct,, Or. Hint's Plmunt Lhr mb4 Bow!. Bank for . v p i ' not result from the work of Ifbur laBt wintir underwear may firebugs, but often oevere burns are not be heavy enough, see us before cansed that make a quick need for Mrs. J. W. Williams. Bueklen'n Arnica Salve, the quick buying. est, snreM cure for burns, wounds, Grant Elkin, of Ford, and W. bruises, boils, sores. It snlidiies y Z. Eubank, of Kiddville, inflammation. It soothes, and Court at Stanton Mon- heals. Drives off skin eruptions, day. ulcers or piles. Onlv 25c at Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. was closed MonThe po8toffice day in observance of New Years Onr Millinery department Is teem day which came this time on ing with all the pretty creations of Sunday. the season. What Can We Say Mrs. J. W. Williams. More than if you are not satisfied Buys Land. after using Sutherland's Eagle Eye J. It .Hurst bought the inferSalve we will refund your money. est pf tile infant heir, Nellie 2&Q. at all dealers. Ware, in the lan'd of John W. You Hhould see our linn of trunks McKinney, deceased, on creek atGomrrngsiongrla avellng suit cases, telescopes.an -" Sale at Stanton Monday for $200, btfgs before .buying. He had bought the other heirs' Mrs. X W; Williams.interest which were all of age, Howard Williams, of Uuyan paying $ouu lor ail ot the place. dotte, W. Va., is spending a few Solves a Deep Mystery. . rlouo roit-lhie nrifMA Tit .T Vv ' ' Jl .... ' t6 thank you from the ' ' bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. The Rev. and Mrs. llobt. N. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va "for Bush', of West Liberty, spent a the wonderful double double benefit few days with friend here the I got from Electric Bitters, in ur ing me of both a severe case of first, of the week. stomach trouble and of rheumatism, dieo. 'D. McQullum, of Win froili which I had been an almost Chester, was Jiero yesterday load helpless Bufferer for ten years. It nig tobacco bought for one of the suited my case as though made just Lexington warehouses. for me." For dyspepsia, indiges t will pay you to jsee. our lfne of tion, jaundice and to rid the system mens and boys suits and odd pants of kidney poisons that cause rheu .. before Jbuving elsewhere. matism, cieciric miters nas no Try them. Every bottle is Hardwick & Cq., guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50o Stanton. Lumber Ca's store. at Swann-DaT Uahhit n fi m a y la'A tn it "citizefn of'Powell cjuuty, remdmt REVOLVING attend-edOounty Hard-wickis. & kF 1 Thos. Shimfessel and Orvil $750. This property was sold Lyle loft 'Monday f or Phoenix, some months ago at Commission er's salo and was bought by Mr. Arizona to engage in business. Fnller at $1,500, but the sale was Jtfrs. ..Newton Puckett, of sot aside. Quicksand; is visiting her Sister, Death In Roaring Fire Mrs. J. W. Hendri'x, of this city. may For Ladies' Tailormado Suits of latest styles see Mrs. Williams. f We have the largest and moft plete line of com- - Reuben Tipton, of Winchester, spent Sunday with- his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Burgher, in this city. - STOVESto - 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., Satnton. The chief objection to women or is it policewo-men- ? as advocated by some of the Baltimore suffragists is that it may make impressionable mankind too anxious to get police-me- n, be found ih Central Ketucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Come in and give us a look. (m arrested. Saves two Lives. "Neither my sister nor myEelf might be living today, if it had not been for Dr. Kir 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, colds, hemorrhage,lagrippe,a8thma, hay fever, croup, whooping cough, all bronchial troubles, Its su preme. Trial bottln free. 50c and $1. Guaranteed by Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. -,a ) ( ) Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, m m ) WineKi wit -- Hardwick & GOODS Our Fall and Winter goods are now in and inspection. wo Co. y Fall and Winter invite your Dr. Bells Antiseptic Salve Good for all Skin Diseases. y "NT " OAPITAIj STOCK. 8100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PBOF1TS. 100,000 hers the Times with a'new year gift, of $2 00 on subscription. OKU p Winchester the Bank. OAsntEii. Mrs. Clint Bowman, of this ' city gave birth Monday night to twin babies which died and were VnniAfi 1tata ifuofarluu nfracnnntl 1 lEoks Co. DE KALBLllU KANSAS CITY, MO. Of WlNOlISTXll. ' KY. N. Holly Witheiihi-oon- , Piiuhi K' W. R. Si-nA- 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. 3 To those INIM LAWN FENCE back.. He Never 'dot MsJWoHey Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve kgrnnlAu i 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 YOUH AOOdUNTS SOLIOITEO gAa tA3 cured his eyes and he did not want cA tss M tA3 cAa Aa li " '. n- - -l 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 ; J.P.HAUPPIN, Watchmaker . wehavnto offer you, and get our prices, if you are interested In learning where you can get the most for your money. Jeweler. kdlidjiys.. ttU HaUUr-Tarturait. 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, UnqpeaW MFor yearrl-in'ffereWe torture from, iiidtgmtion, coq? d AH KiMb of Watch awl Clock A DanaJAap m Ckaf4 MamAlcUl A, K.;H. .war vt.fa kt JC; CmI RnhmMi Trtw, vnr MMta. ImvalMir SATISPAC-1I0- N UUAKANTBiiO. Uaw el Wall Paper, Groceries, elo. etc. ii.,:ruK 1 HMtf, me m .right. iwiiH Dy nit. Jewelry & Spectacles, CaM fctM tt4)ii, Jl(ik awl mi im Mi th - Rt4 Wat EMCaMb. CLAVCITY, KUNTUCKY. ' f.' Hardwick & Co., Stanton. j ed Kingdom in the ton years 1897 and 1007 increased The Ilumphey ship subsidy but 25 por cent., while our exbill, which provides for an an- ports to nine countries to which nual gift of $5,000,000 from the we have no subsidized lines intreasury of the United States to creased from 105 to 4000 per millionaire privnto ship owners, cent.? is to bo jammed through this sesOur exports to the United sion of Congress at Jho special Kingdom and countries to which request of President Taft. we have no subsidised lines, inShip subsidies aro about ns un- creased as follows between 18S)7 popular with tho country gener- and 1907 : ally as tariir revision upward. UrfTtecT Kingdom, 25 per cent. Yet the Republicans appear to Turkey, " 4900 be unafraid to place this addi- AustfiajHungary, " 275 " tional class legislation upon the Egypt,.. " 200 " statute books. " 105 " Germany,'Republicans Italy, Tho stand-pa- t " 181 " 44 who were defeated for 181 Canada, have nothing to loso through Japan, 100 4' , voting for ship subsidy. The stand-pa- t Republicans who were Tho appointment of Judge reelected will vote for it to be Robert W. Archbaldjof Ponnsyl consistent with past performanc- vaniu, aud interstate Commerce es. Besides, Republicans voting Commissioner Martin A. Knapp against measures recommended to the federal court of commerce by President Taft lay themselves is satisfactory to Big Interests, open to the charge of traitor, for particularly. which, "haii'-- l ig is to too good ArchbalJ, although the presi. I in addition therefor tliem dent may not have known it, was to may hi. rieir patronage tak- once upon a time the subject of a en away frof.v rhgm. scathing arraignment in decisThV vote' m tfia 6lup subsidy ion of the Pennsylvania Supreme Soverol pro- court, when an enterprise floated bill will bfyJg gressive Repuomms will refuse by him was denounced as a to support the measure, the Pres- "fraud upon the public" and a ident's recommendation and im- "disregard of tho requirements of plied threat notwithstanding. business honesty." The suit was The best that can be said for one brought in 18S5 by Hill, Reisa eluppiii',' subsidy is that it pro- er & Co., in the Lackawanna vides for the payment of public county court against Archbald money directly to big private in- nnd others, doiug business as the terests on the assumption that Amity Coal Co., Limited. The the maritime commerce of the Th suit was carried to the state United States will increase and Supreme court. The decision that the public will thou be able Archbuld was written by to get the donations hack indi- the late Justice Williams, it de rectly. But past experiments dares that the concern in which have proven that, once the spe- Archbald was one of four partcial interests get hold of the peo- ners was an "empty shell" and ple's money, the people have its businesS, conducted on a fake their own trmiblfrgetUr. it Lll'fr,' Vital Washington News. be-twe4 1 11 capital of $25,000, a "fraud upon the public." Tho nomination of Commissioner Knappls objected to on the ground tliat.Knnpphas shown himself to beWongly hi favor of railroad privileges, and is therefore disqualified for service on a court which is to pass upon rail road questions. Close observers at tho Capitol declaro there is nothing surprising about the appointments. The two nominees aro of the samo tompornmout as the men who are mpst'.frequently received at the White House, Aldrich, Hale, Stephenson, GugFrom tho genheim, Penrose. ilrst, tho President's advisers have been men whose views wore not the vievvs'of the great mass of the American people. Republicans like LaFollette who have called at the White House to counsel with the President have been kept waiting in tho anteroom 60 long that they have left the executive mansion in disgust. Since tha President has relied upon the suggestions aud advice of men uupopular with the people, and has rejected the advice and counsel of Republicans popular with the people, tho President should not be surprised that his administration is failing to please the people. to-wi- woro included in any list which had been submitted to thorn. that rteithor of tho two men WeAskToii to take Cardul, for your female .troubles, because ws aro sure It will help you. Rer.xsnber that I m3 EEDS Pin nil i IfMnUU! this great female remedy Mrinleed to Pllali Erery Oartlener and the r lanter toould teet Our acinar meritl of Northern Qrown Seede. Fruh, Reliable, Para Of FdR 10 CENTS postpaid oar , rAMOUS COLLECTION . we will lend 1 t&t.'brtylm'-tMrfMka, tic. SIM)ntet OtUrj c I k. r.lkrU.rk.t UtliM ... . . . . t . lie 10 Me t: to Molt 4o lule pay MUf ead Write tajjl peektaf and MC.fr. ta alo?. "funont ColLcUon, Inrtrnctlr. Otftton O.M. with our fw IIM , has brought relief to thousands of Other sick women, so'wiiy not to you? For headache, backache, periodical pa'.ns, female weakness, many have said it is "the best medicine lo take." "Try Itl . ut VflRKAT NORTUKHN SKKU CO. IKJKoeaSt. . Itockford.IlllnoU Mih ihh City BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N ft SQTREfiliHD'S EAGLE EYE SIUE Good for Nothing but tha ETM For ln,!rnal and Externi1 Palr Nervons Women vomen, we recommend Car 1 a woman's medicine, T.i acts specmt ix dui. Uardui is cally on the female organs and has'a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, beincr a nure vegetable extract. If.you suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial. m For nervous, tired m m 1 f- Vhen President. TaTt was con- sidering who Sle would appoint to the Supreme bench ho gave the progressive Republicans a list of men and asked them to investigate their records and decline what their attitude would be if he should nominate tliem. This the progressives did, reporting favor of some and against Imagine their surprise ottters. when the President announced liis selections ;ind Jtjwas found I I I It Will Help You Gardner, of Taducah, Kj., tried Cardui and writes : Mrs. W. for trr n,i:old and feel like a different woman, itsince eleven vears. . tyttiuui joi- f,. i nave been am 48 years "W. JS5 I X UUUa :n id af - l T linvp hiwn iisir.c? w i taking it. I used to suuer irom ueanug uuwu ama, uci iumuot and sleeplessness, but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good. 'AX . rn. AT T Jl I II I Jjvajtgr TkXHTO. SrVfVOV.a J. wimm TBLE. No. 3, Da'lv- either directly or indirectly. Although iTW-lTOt-gener- ally known, Uncle Sum now subsidizes a few mail steamship Hues. Our heaviest subsidized line is lierween New York and England. If it is true, as subsidists assert, that trade follows subsidies, why Jx it that our exports to the Unit $5.00 Re c j p e Peoplc-PRf- eE Sick Cures SlJfvirIRY East-Roun- OF L. & E. TIC1E d. WeHt-lJoun- No. Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE. I will send u copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, 111 u plain huh led enveln, e to any one who will write me fur it. .lust send uie your niuiit: ami uOdiess at once and you will receive the recipe by return mail, charges paid. I will also send you free of charge my book, "IJow u Get Well" for your guidance. I. think it is my duty to Help Hufferiug humauity to tiiis extent, aud hope you will be one of t to thousands who are being cured daiiv by this wonderful discovery. S.t down toduv and write me, us voti uiav not see this offer again. 1 Know my treatment is atufe und ouro cure for'Rheumutisni, Diabetes, I f2."No. 4, r. ""yP"j'y - ' Stations. 1 ' No. Daily px. Sun. I, Sunday Only. M. A. M. "A. M. .1 ,' P. M. AM. 10:25 9:4( 0:34 9:02 8:54- - 8:2r :i:i"o 7::J" 8:155 "LpxinKlnn, .VineliH-ter, 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE '6:10 :i::!l 3:5o ar.'.X 8:2(5 L. & K. 'St.mton-, unction, Anyone terming a iketch and deiCTlNIonjuaj quickly nxrrluln oiut opinion fro wLcUwr an Invention m pmbabjjr patentable, Conmwnlfia. UontntrlcllTiTmHoomfal. HANDBOOK on Patent eut free iMilebt agency for eocurtnaiPati Patents taken tlirouen lluiin. A recoire pccUI notice, without choree. In tba A bandeomely tlhutratod weekly, (wnil dr. rulaUpa of any vlentlda Journal. Tcrma, ti a fear: fonr month, fl. Bold by all newtdealera. Copyrights Ac. rade mams csigmV 4:05 4:14 4::)') 4:35 4:47 5:10 (5:05 8:42 0:i)2 0:10 0:15 0:22 9:38 0:43 0:3(5 Indian C.LM' CITY", Fit-Ids- Fin. ('ampt.in Jackson,. Rwnlyn. , ' , . 0:55 0:12 9:00 8:45 8:25 8:15 8:09 8:03 6:05 5:20 5:07 4:53 4:35 4:2G 9:20 8:48 8:42 8:28' K:2fi ' -- 4:20 4:14 3:57 3:55 3:41 3:20 2:25 2 :20 . .Tnnctlon, Scientific American. fteuruigm, Diurrho'eu, loustipuion, linligtstion, Head-n- u Dizziness, Kidney' and Uluddrr Troubles, Heart Disease, Iuipuie h, blood, Female Troubles,4Torpid Liver, Nervousness,. Malaria and all Ur.p-y- ( .6:10 L. 10:17 11:15 11:20 Natural Bridge, Torrent. Beatiyville Jot, O. & K. Junction, 7:48 ,7:45 7:30 7:07 0:15 . 8:15 7:54 7:05 :00 0:10 1. The Following CUXNKCTIONS are made Doily ExoeUt Sunday. as E. Junction: Nob. l and 8 will connect with tb'' CdcCf. for .Ml. Rull-wa- y Ulio Aulv.' DiceiSCh. Dr. 1) HlrHN &Co8,Bd"'-Ne- York J. WALSH, Box 2094 Bourbon Poultry Caret recopnizod'aa the standard poultry it U tho one reuuxly thai can bo depended oa with sbsoluto certainty tq euro and prevent rcmoUr of tba world, I SAVE YOUR FOWLS! Citpes, Oliolcru. Jtoup, , Ky. Nob. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with tho Nfiun Cianptnn Junction: Boston, Mass. - tain Centml Railway fir passengers to aud 'from Camptcn, Kv Nos. a will connect with tho L. & A. Pail- Ueattyvillo Junction: way for IJeattyville, Ivy. Noh. it and 4 will connect with the O. & K. Rail. O. S: K. Junction: x way for Oanncl Cit.v, Ky, and wayfjtionlB. Sfr)ing, I ProuinirotHaJnllnallTOuntrlrollHorn. Zlilt tlki KmwKMi warraM ana Wiw. Knd bUteh, Moacrur r'iulo..ioi Pace ttKPOBTAntMimtaMlllr. ralanttiract3 rtau in alajup for InraloaM boak. ana ' rATIMTl, Wliifli nuc rfju How la iwrttwr, IwUot law and MIim' TaluaUa InloniiallunJ - ' Diarrhoea and all cxlultiR toima of poultry llmbcrneck.drops A few la the drinking water kerpn fowls baltny and rfreofromdlacase. -- A6.VJ bottloma!cesl2saliunsof modlclno. i'or tae treatment of Dlntikhwvl und other dlaoiwa In turkey a Bavn FACTORY deulura' und aoUoltont' proUt. Ratal! Prloe. Club Prion. 17S.t0 S27B.OO , S88B.OO S07O.OO fna jft ! D, SWIFT T? ft CI. Aft i Bourbon Poultry Cure HA NO EQUAL' I'Tjumr P..t. P Ifr P.P. Mil. W.'W.Rlton,IIopllalTl!I,l:r.(Mr: "I (oracailr fifiy 7313 anl I rilJ hundndol cHiaitnl Ittofiom fapee bave been taitlog chicken! tiouiLon Poullry Cmo Ittlieuost ly nivimr Ihem lkwibua Poultry Cure. 1 find I all aellluic expense aa wall a. Jobbers', r CashJ ('303 Soventh St., Whtafttin.D. have ever UMd lur Cho'cra aad Capet." f It a l leofrio iM.'Jt ' oa.7b7 UAH Lvadlni OruoBlta Msoolactnted tl o.ournun riemeay per BOo tan cura - lor Choliw umberoecli," TnMeviara Bottle. uSKkV. u. s. a II home and saves you the profit. middlemen's In the coupon "m tnrfov T I MakM you a membe- rsends a piano to your SBO.OO mm S8S.80 f; u nj u mj ii $1.25 A Ti . b itvann-Da- y Lbr. Co., v Hard wick 2 Clay C ty. &; ftipton. Co,, nsTI T Ti ITOPMB Keeps up your dueel and In ose ef death I gives yen reeelet in run for your J5 WEEK j ,v it i rii Jr. 4 ? Sur-w- d i in, rfcm v?rtnlni dec Mk ntvooj prpfnticn. rntl fcinfcW they am tba vikh: r vi.-- vh KiNCYtLaiyerrAnc STOMACH T7IQU1.C U t'ft Um mt4Ub told' riiiio AND HIDES rMK hUI HWHfST HMKET fwi raw rim am mm' li IUtmtHliifllM4. BaUiabed 1H7 Mil ii maawaaawaam I i IJKI11wtv bhhii .1 Math U LtoiMt, B MoMh, la. MaNifraaTtMEM f