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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 12, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911011201_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 12, 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. "'I JL lJli CLAY! CITY TIMES. . Wc are here to help Clijf 81.0.0 a Year In Advance. Wlhc SnrronnJiug Coantry and Ourselves. .1. C. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KrJgURSDAY. JANUARY 12. J 0 1 J. NO. 2 Getting in Earnest. Thero never was such a spirit the people of Graves county to chip in nnd build gravel roads ns there is now. The county courts have been fooling along years and have for twenty-fivbuilt only three or four miles of gravel road. But tho people have gotten behind tho court and behind the great, gravel road movement, and in less than five years there will bo hundreds of miles of gravel road in this county. The people are powerful, they can do anything and they will build these roads. Mayfield e Important Movement Postmaster Named. Must Take Notice. The mcetittg last week at Lou lawWm. Johnson hns been apJudge Benton has kept the yers of the Franklin bar busy this pointed postmaster for Clay City. isville of thai Good Roads ConHe is outside of his dis- This appointment has been made gress wnsiV)j;.important step in week. and wants to get back liome, in behalf of his daughter, Miss the movoinriiiifor securing better trict so he is doing his best to gut the Ada. This postoffice matter has public higljwjsys. The sentiment is strongly in business of the court disposed of been hinging in Washington'for favor o goo'l Fonda, lin"' tne quickly. This is one of the advan- a year, but it. has been no loss to tages of having a regular judge act the patrons of the office as-i- t has Legislnturaj&ts and make possias a special judge. Judge. Benton J, been continued in the hands of ble State aidgthe movement canis as fine a judge as can be found Miss Bertha Mapel the retiring not go 'f6q?rd. Therefore the on the bench in Kentucky and has made the local bar sit up and take . notice Frankfort News. Married in Missouri. Com-mitte- Sensible Advise. Mr. Robert Lee Lyle and Miss Ruby Allien Kelly, were married in Missouri near Kansas Oity, December 25th. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.- - W. D. Lyle, formerly of this city, and is a nephew of 0. Slumfessel. Died in Winchester. Mr. V. O. Hos.kins, died at his home in Winchester Tuesday, yeare. Januray 8rd, aged fifty-ai- x He was a native of this comity and is a brother to Mrs. Edwin Rose near this city. He is by two sons and three daughters. His wife died just, one year ago. stir-vivi- d Jas. R. McDanell spent FriFrankfort attending day in meeting of a the County School Superintendents; of the State. He returned home by uf Cincinnati, where the-wa- aawi'Mrs. "iou tirovesrwho ao cdmpanied him home. Eczema, Ringworm, Tetter, chapped bands or lips, buils pwas5oitie.dbj;M8j&tin-- 1 sores and all skin diseases are quickly cured Joy the use of Dr. olutionB. Bell's Antiseptic Salve. 25c a box George Davis is moving A creamv snow at all dealerp. county. white ointment. trust? paid 40 per cent, dividei receive State? aid until it first to itfcommon stockholders last provides forljpjcounty tax of not year. The American ShulT Co., less than, .10 .cents on the $100; a subsidiary branch, paid 27 per Fiscal c ou rts shal jiaye the jri gh t !. eflr to,?maei'alevy of nofexceedinR Frank B. Rnssell has bought 40 cents on the $100 for the main the plant of the Mutual Handle tenance of the roads; if the ap Comnanv in this city and will plications for State aid exceed amount collected by the tax, the supplant it with a stave mill. funds are to be equalized by the After the Christmas headache State Highway Commissioner. it. is easy to adopt New Year res Inland Farmer. 1 L An agricultural exchange very sensibly advises its readers: "Help to build up homo industries join in the promotion of new ones when they are such as appeal to your best judgment. These home industries furnish important, markets for products of the farm, the orchard and the poultry yard, nnd make for prospostmaster, The appointment is most important, work of the re- perity of the country as well as very satisfactory to the patrons cent CongreMwaB to adopt a bill, the towns and cities. Every of the oflico. framed ty'm Legislative workinginau employed in a local It?, industry is a consumer, and gen Should Raise More Sheep. Briefly summarized, this bill erally n too." Six hundred sheep were killed provides fqi:a State Highway in Bourbou county in one week One Tax We Need. Commission&'who shall prepare by dogs. "Here is where the dog The tariff tax goes into the plans and scifications for the law comes in handy, and because levy of a ts not to exceed five coffers of the trusts. A road tax Powell doesn't raise many sheep oents on thi.100 of the assessa- would come back to the taxpayto reap the benefits of the inten ble propertjpf Kentucky for tho ers in perinannntly improved tion of the law, our people should purpose of Riding the counties in highways. The taxpayers would not be so down on the law. Rais road building no countyis to re- have something to show for their ing sheep is a more important inceive State, aid until the Fiscal money, but the taxpayer wants dustry than raising dogs. Pow ell countv should raise more Court of thejeounty shall make to be completely bamboozled sheep and less dogs. application for it: the State is to when he parts with his tax mon:the cost of construe ey, lie dncscu't want, any visipay Golden, the little tion aud tho court is to pay the ble results, except that of getdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. other half ; '.no county is to be ting poorer while the taxes inRingo, died in this citv Sunday entitled, in ahy one year to more crease. Owensboro Inquirer. morning. Burial in the cemute man z per cum. ui wie iuiui a rv here Monday afternoon. The mount The New York board of health collected in the State for bereaved parents have the sym road purposes; no county is to does not know what to do with pathy of ahostof friends in their receive otateuud a second time nine tons of bad eggs it seized. bereavement. until State aid has been granted We wish they could be fed to the to all other counties applying in cold storage men. The American Tobacco Co., the the same year,; no county is to Millions of Bottles non-produc- I. O. O. P. Elects Officers. s At the regular election of O. F. Lodge the of the I. O. following ollicers were elected : J. W. Ilendrix, N. G. ; 0. 0. Bowman, V. G. ; J. W. Williams, Treas. ; A. P. Johnson, Sect. On January 4th a banquet was given by this order at the Red River Hotel which was enjoyed by the large number present. oili-cer- one-ha- lf two-year-ol- d Prepare to do your Fourth of July shopping early. of Dr Bell's used annually is good evidence thut it is a good remedv for LaOrippe. coughs colds, .and. nil throat and bronchiul troubles. Look for the Bell on the Bottle. Sold every "wheie. Pine-Tar-IIon- Fresh, RslUblt. . tire Guaranteed to Plane Every Gardener and Planter ehoulU teit the UDerlor merits nfflnr Northern Grown Seeds. I V litarittlelC-oiMtlil'srHwdi FOR 10 CENTS win tend postpaid . , . . SPECIAL OFFER -- A our . nj zoL AT 1 lf. CO n7 T.l. Iptt.MWmliiiCilt,. , .. . I have been culled the greatest, liar in the world, says Dr. Cook. Well, doctor, do you deny the "soft impeachment"? fwsiMtatJvkfi'vsw ar.laH.rtaaalara.tl.li...: . V .. .11. 1.00 pf rfrita today Send 10 canta Si ' to help par roalaea and FamoM rollaclion." - 13Q QRKAT NUBTUCItN SKKU CO. Jtoso St. jiocatioru, Illinois to Lee Tobacco Crop Cut Out. ft Holiday -- " Treading EASY St . MADE By corning to this old reliable Store to supply your needs. Much is being said about cut ting out thecobacco crop of 1011 The trouble tho Powell county farmers are having in getting their 1010 crop to markets and the prices they are receiving for what of it they can sell at any price, we tmuK win utPmi to cutting out the Powell county crop next year witnout any being aigned by them. Had the growers been loyal to pool as they should have been, more money would have been realized from one crop than wil be realized from three crops with. out a pool. No Clilm For Mountain Trade. The people of u city has a per fect right to object to state aid for public roads because the city will get none of this money, the' most of which it is intended to go to build good roads in such coun ties as Powell, but when it exercises thiB right it has no right to claim any part of the moun tain trade because it is close to SALT! Just retrieved a car load of the genuine 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: Our goods this season aie well selected and bought so the cheapest cannot undersell us on high class articles. appropriate gift for-ol- you are looking for some d or young you will find it at this store and you' may reit assured the price will be right. 280 pound at $1.50 a Barrel 7 Bushel " $1.85 We also have a line of Don't fail to give us look before making your the mouutuins. holiday purchases. The future for Clay City at this time looks very bright. Many new enterpi ls.de are upoken of as highly probable. Dr. Bell' Aatlcepttc Salve is good for anvthing for which a salve is indicated such as pimples, bkekheads, eoree, chape, ulcers, punburn and all skin affections. 25c at all dealers. . General Merchandise which we are selling at a close margin. C. SHIMFESSEL. 5 WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. .:,,', i: ' Boliver, Simon General Mrs. Drusio Bush, who has Bnckhcr, former Governor of been on the sick.list, is slightly Kentucky and now in his eighty-eightimproving. PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY. year, was in Louisville re. Mrs. Burgher, Mr. nnd Mrs, Subscription rates $1 a year or three cently and spoke thus : &eorgo Gravittv.apont' Sunday "I can't keep out.of, politics. years in advance S3. h THE TIMES Can't Keep out of Politics. YaiighVirfftlll. 1 J B. 'Burgher, 1'ubllsher. Entered as eecond-clns- s mail matter, I guess it's :u my blood. I could' have kept out of politics .I-.vi' all of my life, and probably nli Mr. and MS Win. I)Hi Mr. Georgo Hatfield, who rent 1 od would have beeri a 'rich man. has recently sold, his tobacco at Jun. 12, 1911 But I am happier than anybody U and 8 cents. Thursday, in tho world as it is. I came nil Mr. Henry Lylp has recently CLUB KATES. the way up here from Hart cour- - gone to Stanton where he wi For the convenience of our sub' ty,the best spot in' the worldand continue in school during the re acribers, we have arranged club rates I'm going back there because mamder of tho winter. with the following papers at prices I'm homesick already, am liv ; helow mentioned Bro. Fryman, Sf Winchester, ing in the same log cabin on my held his regular appointment at The Times and farm in old Hart county that I Courier-Journ$1.00 the Methodist church Sunday " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 was born in. That cabin is a hun Tho attendance was good. 44 My Louisville Commercial 75 dred and three years old. There was a small gathering at Home and Farm ' 75 father built it and it is in as good s the home of Miss Zella Sams a state otpreservation today as anyone could wish. I raise my Saturday night and Sunday whic No Show Without State Aid. ;i i n 11. f li lor moro than a generation own tobacco anal have a line cunsisieu mosuy oi young ioikf. Clark county has been using e uwuv to., aim uijr uiu uue, ucii- uarawicic's creoic Bhowea ud conomy in ner county anairs in eral, wags his tail every time I nicely Sundav. The lareest crowd order that the bonded debt o wan; into the tront yard, loung that has been out for quite a nearly a hundred thousand dol men, vou can tell everybody in while gathered at ' the home of lars paid for our' pikes might be tne world that l wouldn't give Mr. Clarence Estes after many paid oil. If the mountain coun up this home for the place of a cordial invitations A' few of the Mr, members prerent were : Bro. Fry ties that are going to bo the rich king. Mr. Vanderbilt and Rockefeller with all their money man, tno pastor, Mr. Halter and esr in tne state in a tew years will bond themselves thus heavi couldn't buy my place in Hart tiinnly, JUlie Crow and family alt u. w Aiuen urow anut ly they will be able to build ai county. I would not trade it for Bush and family tamiiv. others, and all of their places and all of their the roads they need. Winches rtnVlfta I1 It hit tint rttct'b-- irtfe Mostly all went after the meet ter Democrat. sp'enaia ainner was serv :in oiler, because I would" refuse law prevents any county all their oroDertv for that lOLJ ?u ai u uie aay was cerrainjy en lhe In. Joyen' from issuing bonds to exceed 2 abin and tbnt mint, hfiri and Farmer. $ioo Reward, $ioo. per cent, of its taxable property The readers of this paper will be Powell has one million taxable SPOUT SPRING. pleased to learn that there is at property. Two per cent, of this Mrs. Lutie Stamper, of Stanford, least one dreaded 'disease thatsci- would be $20,0(XUnd that would build ten miles of pike according is visiting her aunt, Mrs. George ence has been able to cure in all its stages, and that 1b Catarrh. to the price paid for pikes in W. Mcintosh. Olark county. There is no con Mrs. Belle Burgher had a valua Hull's Catarrh Cure is the only plete remedy for our poor roads ble cow to die this week from an positve cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a except stale aid, and that is why unknown trouble. constitutional disease, requires the limes is so strong for it. In burning off a sage field Thurs constitutional treatment. Hall's day It. A. Kirby burned up sever- - f.flfflrrh , !, president has established intern.ilv. sThe .:.,,. At .i.. UjJlill j communication with Oyster Bay, al panels of fence. aUUg UllCUUJT .."rT tilt UJUUUt UUU and starts qn the harmony plan Miss Zella Same entertained a mucous surfaces of the system. with assurance that the number of young friends at her thereby destroying the foundation will aid in lining up'tlje home Saturday night. of the disease, and giving tho pa insurgents, ine colonel lias been v in i? uiuiiiLunu. n uuiun. at tient strength by building up the MTfA, a.' i ipady to join Mr. Taft is most leading citizen of this county and h0?8tltution and n68i8ti,,e nau!re in aiy scheme, if it will give the prominent member of the Mason doing its work. The proprietors colonel a chance to recover a ic order at this placae,.died very have so much faith in its curative place in the limelight. suddenly at Irvine Monday. Bu powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any cuse that it Wednesday. Not only have President, Taft rial fails to cure. Send for list of tis ami Mr. Roosevelt been in When You See The Bell imonials. It dim mil minwtn hrf tc for sometime, but On President Taft. has commissioned tee that you are getting the best F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Mr. Loob to secure the support cough and cold remedy. Di. Bell's Sold by Druggists, 75o. has millions of sat of the State of New York for his Take Hall's Family'Pills for con- isfied users. At all dealers. nomination in 1012. This assign-nien- t stipation. to Mr. Loed is made with a portion of the Lyle farm Specials for December Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, Capes and Silk Petticoats. Men'sShoes,$2.00 $'2.50and$3.00 Broken Lines, while they laft $1.50. 'i al i Boys' GIdfhing, Ovep-coaf- s, Suits, and Fanfs. . - m Mrs. J. W. Williams. i I tkn : flOPE lion-hunt- er $ MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread and pies the woman is who has made than from Hope Mills' flour. Success in bread or cake baking is always sure to follow when you use this high grade and satisfactory flour, 'sold 6verywliere. o. n ia I Koosevelt's knowledge and consent. nt Darlingsville. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. calf fur $41. Russell Mcintosh by request of lis mother, Mrs. A. C. Barnes, las left the Masonic Homo and returned home to live. "Dollar dinners are no louger satisfying to Democrats" says Mrs. Samuel Woods, Mr. and thq Washington Star. We should rs. R. L. Tiptou spent Sunday saflnot; Republican tariffs have ith Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barnes, niado a dollar dinner look like a Mrs. Woods staid Sundav niirht thirty-cen- t plate of hash. ith Mrs. Tipton. Mrs. Woods is making her winding up visits Tho Great Santa Fo R. R. in Durlingsvillo and will leave both cross and net earn, or Lexington this week where ings in November, while its pres. husband has employment. ident was making his "loudest ler James M. Anderson, formerly holler" about the necessity for ti illio OUiiitty, UlU iiOVt Ol iUtll- raising freight rates. 8as City, Mo., is visiting relatives Never mind whether tho other and friends at this place, Mr. fellow 6ticks to his New Vear Anderson's features are very ifsoluttons. Watch out for your much tho same as they were UO own. years ago when ho left this place. His many friends, of Powell coijnty.will bo.lad to meet with Dr.' Bell's him ugrin. " For Coughs and Cold. n Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Langley is an advertiser from way back and generally knowB on which 6ide his bread is buttered. He has declared for Taft for in 1912, hoping thereby to hog all the Kentucky patronage. Ho.und the President will go out of olllce at the same time and he is playing for all in sight. Lexing-toHerald. Albert Crow, of Vaughn's Mill, was hero on business Monday. Luther Smothers was tho pleas DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK that every time you ant guest of Vernon Mcintosh Sunday. Zeke Puckett bought of Sam Woods lust week one cow and INSURE WITH SPEND A DOLLaR not only the dollar is gone, but the P. A. LYON & SON. The JLoaliitcr InNiiriiiioo Agonta of 12autorii lfoutuolcy. INTEREST ETERNITY?,; " " Represented. Over $200,000,000 Better savo that dollar and the interest on it 'depositing it with us in our Every one who knows anything about insurance know thnv are leaders' in this line. .... 4 SAVINOS DEPARTMENT. THE FRUIT and SHADE . TREES.. Ererytklan for t I Clay Gity QRCHARD, "LAWN, ana hA'HOtits. WHtc WHili t.UJ K.w UatkM A'tlUltjlll Wl uikttaUMf Mrmiaanteuitomtr. I specialofi er: w SEEDS C i fI i' .v National Bank, Clay City, IKy. CAPITAL, FIFTV THOUSAND L tors Frc&j Catalogue. . Mo lVfte .t t. te'dty; ft - 1 ttiti1lJ t ii.iv .b frim. I lAUAnTECl Mention thtSiPsper. I f TO PLKAtK. .Autnta. r 17 m II END K) CZNTS ..taM, iiilliillw UAf. T F, Wtlcnmcyer - Wr vtlk-u- k. M iM .c.fnviS0f" exiNOTON, KY, Why not. keep posted on locnl Jnnies Anderson, of Kansas affairs by rending the Times dur- City, Mo., is visiting his sister, Mrs. W.'"A. Nenl. Mr. Anderson ing 1011. Subscribe today. left this county thirty years ago Mrs. Fred Smothers who has AN ALL HOME-MADPAPER.. been in declining heath for some and this is1 his first visit back to his native heath. time was taken to the hospital at THURSDAY, .... Jan. 12, lflll. Lexington last week where she In our rush on press clay last was updated on mr appeuuicitit weuh seVtiial valuable locals were unintontially omitted. We trust LOCAL BREVITIES. Friday. our renders will bear with us 0. 0. Eaton is visiting home Frank B. Russell, of Louisville, when thoso unavoidable mistakes folks .from up the road. and Jas. B. lHall, .of Lexington, do occasionally occur. s' IX R. P. Rose was transacting wero hero Bevernl days this week Dr. Bell's. attending the meeting of the dibusiness iu Winchester yestor.word in every state rectors of the Clay City Nation Is a house-holday. in the union as well as in several al Bank. For- Grippe, foreign countries. $5 QO'Silk Petticoats during A Medicine Coughs, Colds, Asthma and throat cembcr for $3 50 at Mrs. Williams'; That lives ten years must have troubles it is the best Sold everyMrs. win. Johnson is very ill merit Dr. Bell's where. Look for the Bell on the with rheumatism at the Central has been sold for sixteen years, and Bottle. Hotel. " soles have increased every year. So For Ladies' Tailormade Suits of you lun no risk. .We guarantee it. The County Board of Super latest styles see Mrs. Williams. ViBors.are in session at Stanton At all dealers. The burley tobacco growers of qhis week. J. A. Samson, a prominent central Kontucky have formed a Miss Maud Fletcher is visiting timber man in this part of the union, and will c.ut out the crop relatives at Hedges Station and state a few years ago, was marri-- l for 1011. 'The present price since ed at. Whitefish, Montana recent near Winchester. the abandoning of the pool is ly to Mrs. Duncan, who was his very unsatisfactory to the growYour last wihtir underwear may partner in business. ers so they will endeavor to get. not be heavy enough", see us before a more satisfactory price for the Death In Roaring Fire Mrs.. J . W. "Williams. buying. may not result from the work of next. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Curry, of firebugs, but often severe barns are Saves two Lives. Lexington, are visiting relatives cansed thai muke a quick need for "Neithor my sister nor myself on Hardwick's creek. Bucklen's ArnTea Salve, the quick might be living today, if it had not est, surest cure for burns, wounds, been for Dr. King'a New DiscovVincent Hudson, of Edina, it subdues ery" writes A. D. McDonald, of Mo., is .visiting his parents and bruises, boils, sores. inflammation. It soothes and Fayetteville, N. C. R. F. D. No. 8, other relatives in the county. heals. Drives off skin eruptions, "forweboth had frightful coughs Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. McGlone, ulcers or piles. Onlv 25c at Swann-Dathat no otherremedy could help. of Morehead, are visiting Mr. Lumber Co.'s store. Wo were told my sistei had conand Mrs. E. B. McGlone this sumption. She was very weak and Our Millinery department is teemweek. ing with all the pretty creatiousof had night sweats but your wonderWhat Can We Say ful mebediuirfe completely cured us the season. More than if you are not satisfied Mrs. J. W. Williams. , both. It's the best I ever used or after using Sutherland's Eagle Eye heard of." For sore lungs, coughs, Salve we will refund your money. colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe,asthnia, The report, comes from the 25c. at, all dealers. hay fever, croup, whooping cough, at Lexington that 0. L. all bronchial troubles, its surecently taken, to that instiSwann-Day'- s planing mill sart-e- d tution from this city is in a very preme. Trial bottle free. 60c and up yosterduy morning after Swann-Dabeing closed down for several serious cendition and cannot live $1. Guaranteed by Lumber Co.'h store. but a short time. weeks. THE TIMES. E Patriotism can withstand liungar but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dyspeptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils," The man fcn to the front for his country with a weak ttomach will be a weak soldier and a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as Tor health and hunninp.j Diseases ot the stomach and other organs of digestion und nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of The stomach St a larger factor in " life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" than moat people are aware. Patriotism "tj Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDIOtL DISCOVERY. up the body velth sound flesh mnd solid muscle. It builds -- ey d - The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" Is only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the tale of lest meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is tent free on receipt of ttatrfpt to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cestamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Pine-Tnr-IIon- We have the largest and plete line of most com- STOVES to be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and i y Come in and give us a look. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. y Solves a Deep Mystery.. old child of "I want to thank you from the Ed Martin at Waltersville was bottom of my heart," wrote C. B found doad in bed Saturday Rader, of Lewisburg. W. Va., "for morning. the wonderful double double benefit You should see our line of trunks I got from Electric Bitters, in cur suit cases, teleecopee and traveling ing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, bags before buying. Mrs. .1. W. Williams. from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer- for ten yeare. It suited my case as though made just Hardwick & Co., leading mer For dyspepsia, indiges chants of Stanton, are running a for me." great Clearance Sale. See their tion, jaundice and to rid the system of kidney poisons that cause rheuadvertisement this week. matism, Electric Bitters has no Mrs. Emerson Coulee, of Mt. Try them. Every bottle is Sterling, visited her parents, Mr. guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c and Mrs, 0. Bowman near this at Swanu-DaLumber Co.'s etore. city a few days this week. The seven-month- s - Farm for Sale Containing 33 acres one and miles from Clay City, well watered, good buildings and outbuildings, close to church and sohool and Veil fenced. All under cultivation but about 8 acres which will afford plenty of firewood. At lens"t 10 acres of good tobacco land. For further particulars call at this office. one-half Clearance Sale AU Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve Good for all Skin Diseases. 3 J ft of our Fall & Winter goods are going at y CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 Reduced priced Winter Millinery GoodF, Dry Goods, Notions, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Hat8,Shirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats and Work Coats, Sewing Machines, Fall & Brodhead'Uarretts big saw mill 0AKrr&PV1Y. REVOLVING started up Monday morning havSTRONG. RABIE CHEAP ing been closed down since aaM VWMTtfW PRICES .IYL Christmas on account of ice in mas, Ca OE KALB.ILU KANSAS CITY, MO. the booms and high water. vtimux a Winchester B ank. OF WlNOHSTBR, KY. this Cook Stoves, Etc. It will pay you who are interested in E He Never dot His Alohey back. Sutherland's Eaglo Eye Salve cured his oyes and he did not want it. Painless and- - harmless. 25o, at N.HOLMT WlTimiWPOON, PlIISSi GAHItlHR. K W. R. Sl'UjLIt. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED ; saving money to take advantage of this opportunity. We will give you reduced prices on all Fall and Wiuter Goods as long as they last, but will call your special attention to the following lines which on account of being the most on will give the greatest outs in prices on. all dealers. Kentucky didn't gain in population as it should, because for one reason our people sent too much money aoress'the "goods they' could" have gotten jugt as.olioaply on the Southern sldffof the river. Ohio-ri.vor.f- i j.p.riAUPPiN, 7'7vyvy v'v'y ZSZSZSXSZSZ I X Watchmaker 5j Jeweler. IK M '"For years t '8"iFored bin torture Soldier tortured. unspeaka-- from indigestion, livr trouble,'" wrote! A. K. Smith,, a war yert.aji'E.j rie, T?aM "lnt lir. King's ftewj Life' Pills jisnd me all right.; They're Blmp'v great." Try them, for Wry ;stitinftMh,'ju'ef or kidney'; trouble, Only '25c, at Swann-DaLumber Co's. store,,' y ' ifil.il!..:: M. M.'S. rtlCTRTTtN9C-Jfen- r WllM t ' All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on 3?wrt Notice and Reasonable Terms, SATISFAO HON GUARANTEED. Uae of I Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear; Women's Overshoes in Arctics and Rubbers. Shoes, Wool and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool and Cotton Bed Blankets, Cook Stoves and and Sewing Machines. ftkl Mlb. (Mta fat Jewelry & Spectacles. Call ad see me la the Red River Hotel ButMlag, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. tEZb IM (w wttlm .kowlaf lull Um BL , 00. . ill Mh, Sum Otis'. K. I Hardwick & Co., Stanton. AAT Kin. V r. the resolution providing 'for a constitutional amendment to -- With the entire country look, senators by n direct vote may i nir on, each individual member be brought before tho senate of the United States senate will while the Lorimer case is pendnoon have to go on record either ing, so that both mav be discusstor or psunat I.oriiiierisni. ed at tho same time and the bearlivery senator who votes lor ing of one upon the otiier clearly Nothing could Loriineristn will have that vote demonstrated. charged up to his record. When more forcibly illustrate the need to of direct elections of senators he comes up for the Senate, or if he ever runs for than the corruption and jugglery ;ny other elective position, his 'which gave Boss Lorimer his seat. opponent will be sure to point to A progressive is authority for the vote for Lorimer and to urge the statement that not fewer it as a good reason why the peo- than thirty -- counters are against ple should retire him to private permitting Lorimer to remain a life. member of the senate. This is Every senator knows this as far from a majority, but tho numwell as does the writer. Those ber is large enough to assure a members who are against tremendous battle before the and all that it stands for case is disposed of. are glad to have the opportunity Some of the reasons why the to go on record. But those sen-i- t cost of running the government tors who for any reasons feel is increasing so fast and why it bound to vote for Lorimer are would really be possible for senaRquirnii:)g. The entire matter is tor Aldrich to save the people a veiy annoying to them. They lot of money if he would run the Lope some way may be found government as a business man or invented so that a direct vote would run it, are revealed in the ' may be avoided. report of Secretary of the Senate Indications are however, that Bennett for the fiscal year 1910. the Lorimer senators will have to James S. Sherstep out before the people of the man drow on the people for nation and show where they to maintain a touring car. Btaud. The fight against Lorimer He kept tract of every puncture will be forced by a motion de- during the year, and saw to it claring that Lorimer is not em'-tie- d that the people stood the damto his seat, and, as such a age. It might be presumed that motion is privileged, it can be alter the government had predisposed of only by a majority sented the with, a vote. Tho public1" should watch handsome car, the man of the how t heir suu.itors vote. It noly sunny disposition would at least happens now and then that s insist ujjoii providing he driver. are foren into a position ilt. Sherman, however, not only where they must reveal their true charged the clmil'eur'j salary up coi.fi, utxi i e people o iiu 10 to the people, but permitted the tiilce itilv nta.- of sucu oijortu-itini's- . taxpayers to reimburse him for 'ihe te on the Lorimer the auto driver's railroad fare considered a repiur m back and forth between Washregistering every seia-to- 't ington and Utica, N. Y., Mr i pei are on the piopo-sk- f Vital Washington News. ct Lor.'-inorism Vice-Preside- Sherman's home town. "But this the meantime their luxurios priisn't all. The vate cars sat on a siding unused. fcfiS. made the people even' pay for hiB Senator Carter must ha ve been a chafTour's "coatana pants." (See good spender. "Fees and porterto take Cardul.Vtf $our. female .are sure It troubles, because page 702 of report.)"? age" and "incidentals" for which will .help you... Remember that, Senator Simon Guggenheim of no vouchers were obtained, ran this great female remedy On'orrH'?, one hundred times a into Hie hundreds of dollars. Some of the things the senamillionaire mm then some, tiau his daily newspapers, and all the' tors fn Washington made the telegrams for fhe'year charged, people pay for Were : eight dozen OF up to the govern nieiit. lady scissors and one dozen manhas brought relief to thousands of Senator William Lorimer, of icure scissors. other sick women, so why not to I Illinois, apparently!" had urgent you? For headache, backache, "A Report from Lisbon 'says periodical pains, female weakbusiness with a' tnan. named that former King Manuel hasn't.j ness, many have said If Is "the 111., and Browne, of Ottawa, a cent left". Maybe like son best medicine to take." Try Itl charged the telegrams up to the of the rest of' us, he was a Kttle SoldinThis.City F3 people. Lee O. 0Neill Browne, too prodigal in his Christmas ivho was charged;tyith having a shopping. ' hand in bribing legislators to vote for Lorimer, lives 'at Ottaeagle eye- - salve PS- - Wj-y4Nend Externa! Paine For wa, III., and it is more than bareSGood for Nothing but tho Eyes I' . j J.VU ' mimm T'- ly possible that the' two Brownes $7,-00- 0 vice-preside- n;i-to- rs - v ther-mnmet- are one and the same. Oh, you Senator LorIllinois statesmen imer also did considerable telegraphing to the" Chicago beef barons at the expense" of the people. The nature of the business is not revealed. The report intimates that when Senator Tom Carter of Montana escorted the members of the irrigation committee on a trip to the west to investigate irrigation projects, the party traveled like kings, using private dinners, drawing rooms, and tipping the porters and attendants every, where with a lavish hand al- ways, of course, with the people's money. Tor a two days' side trip in threS automobiles from Casper, Wyo., to Puthfind er Dam on Sept. 7, 1910, the Mon tana senator spent'$150 for trans portation alone.' Although no one knows of any irrigation, pro-- , jects at Seattle, Wash, three senators and attendants managed to spend $125.80 "board and lodg ing" at Seattle in, two days. " In s Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced I age. .but women, wno regularly endure pain, age rapidly, fthem. lor sufferingyeaves its lasting marks on Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. Urshoulfl not be!neglectecL Avoid, the pain treatyyoursolf, at home ?byr faking Cardui, as thousands t.ot otner women, imve- done. " .Begin at oncaand.givetCaiuui a fair trial. - It Will Help You Mrs. Katie Burlison, Goroville, 111., tried Cardui and writes: suffered with female troubles, and was so sick; 1 could not standi on"nrrfeet:v Jftnallyu began7to. take Cardui, and soon 'began tol mend. Now I am able "to do all. my housework and. am in much. I better health than I wa3 before." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES i ii Kej ig politics in ami the election of United States benatnis in particular, cb'iin and wholesome. s .pea the senators who i art- hi ng uch a couiageous ligiii ag.iinst Lie udoptiou of ihe Loi uiiHr report will guide proceed ins i i he' senate; so that ion gen-er.i- i, $5.00 Recipe Cures Sick People-FRE- E Recipe of Wonderful "New Medical Discovery ?? SENT FREE. . sIjtory East-Boun- d. of l. & e: time No. 1, table. No. 3 Da''y- P. M. Weal-Boun- No. 2, Daily. V. . No. 4, Daily. A. M. ' No. 6. Sunday. 1 Stationn. Daily Sun. A. M. 4 .P Only. M. M. iXvV 7:35 8 Lexington, . 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescriptionfree of charge, in a plain untiuury reuled envoloo to any one who wilt write me fur it Just send me vour numt! ami uditre.ss at once and.you'will receive the by return until, charges paid. I will ulso send you free of charge bonk, ,llinv to Get Well" for jour guidance..! think it is my duty uiy will be one of to help kuJFhi jn humanity to this extent, and hupo-yothoumitidu who are being cured duilv by this wonderful dincovery. tho .Sit down toduv and write me, as vdii uiav not Hue this offer again. I know my treatment is a safe and sure cure for Rheumatism, "Diareu-ip-e IJ:'.. 3:20 ;):.'U 8:20 H:42' A'incheter, L. fe E. .Inndtion, Iiuliuii Fields, (,'La.Y CITY", 3:''i 9:02 i:U 4:3') 4::tr) 4:i'o 9:10' '9:15 9:22 9:38 9:43 9:50 10:17 11:15 11:20 Stanton, Kn.slyn. Filnnti, Onniptor, m 8:25' 8:15 8:09 8:03 7:45 7:07 6:16 0:55 9:12 9:00 8:45 sent free. (Hdest agency (or aeourlnarpatanta. atenta taken through Munn A Co. tpatal notice, without charge. In this recelr quick, ascertain our opinion free whetherma? an InrenUon la probablr patentable. Conimanfca tlonntnctljr confidential. HANDBOOK on I'atenti Anrone lending a, sketch and description Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Jnnctlon, 5:10 0:05 4:'7 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville 'Jet, 7:ll - 7:80 0:05 fi:20 5:07 4:53 4:35 4:26 4:20 4:14 3:57 '3:65 0:25 9:4C- 9:34 6:02 8:54 8:48 8:42 8:28 ' 920 t 3:4l S:2ti O. AVK. f Scientific BrtBCb A handaomelf lllnatratad waektfTf Tjirgeat air., oulatlon of anr aolentlM Jnornal. Terma. M ft ear I f our ruotitua. IL Bold brail nawadaalara. fltterkan iSSiBroMowYnrk OmcJH r BtWvhUwtQB. U U '4 0:10 Jackson, betes, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipition, Indigestion, Head-nch- 6:10 Dizziness, Kidney and IMa'Uder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impure Tho Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Sunday. Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all L. & E. Junction: Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with tli( O. & O. y for ilt. Sterling, 'Ky. Uric Acic' aa Canipton Junction: . Nos. 1, 2, 4 will 'connect with the Mouni Box 2091 , Dr. D.J. WALSH, .tfnftMf Mas. tain Central Railway. for uaBsengere to and from Camptoji, Kv" Beattyvillo Junction: Nos. 2 will oonneiHwith "thi L. '& A. Pail- way for Beattyville, ky,-- , K O. & lv. Junction: Noa. 3 and 4 will connect with the i) & K. Ray-wa- y SAVE YOUR FOWLS! Bourbon Poultry Cure is rocrgntzstj a tliobtuudara poultry tyr (Jannel City, Ky, a,nd way s(a o.ns. I remedy of tlio world. It U tho oua remody that can ooocueoatu on with ubbolute ccttduty to cure and prevent QapnR, Cholera, Itouji, Rail-WaDir-eased Junction, 3:20 2:25 2:20 ' 8:15 7:54 7:05 . , promptly obtained In all countries oa NO TRAOC-IJACareaU and CoprrlKlits Hruit Sketch, l(o.tei or J Tt. BANK BirilfilMC. Hdoslvell-iup. .on MOV M"1" AarraiM mnAlor inraiuauia nooK TO " uiuw win uiru law and par. now to 10 UUtinl nlu.i.l. i..r..Ju.- -' V.rtbcrnecb, nierrbucj ond ell oxlsiinij larmi cf poultry diseases A few drOL.11 In the drlnhlns water ktrni. foulx tiMlth nnd free from disease. A MH) bottli tnakts 2 gallon ot Lnodlclne. for tho trcuuneat of Ulackbcod una oilier dlsoatcs la tuike jg niim'mmmjfm tun. Ye till selllngf'exiwVse'iU rAcfofw u i 1 ,1 J. 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