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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 19, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911011901_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 19, 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. si 3-- t Jr. Hi THE CLAY CITY TIMES 81. Of) a Year in Advapiv. We are here to help Clay City, the Sorrooniini? Country and Oorselves. .1. E. Burgher. Publisher. VOL. XVI. Treat for Kentucky I. O. O. P. Oh Monday night, January 2.'1, Hooiie Lodge No. 1, I. 0. O. F. of Louisville will give all Odd Fellows within reach of Louis. villc, one of the greatest treats that, lias been given in this section for many yenrs. On that night the 1st degree will bo given to 100 candidates in the Armory at Sixth and Walnut, Merrick Lodge No. 81 of Lexington, Kentucky by its degree team, will do the work. CLAT OITT. K V., jTH URSD A Y , JANUARY IP. "Bad" Montgomery. 191 1. NO. a They Didn't Advertise. v This team has gained a national reputation for good work in this degree. Every Odd Fellow Lodge in Kentucky and Southern Indiana has been invited and it is expected that fully 4000 members will be present. Special aarnnge-meat- s have been made with the Railroads and Interurban lines so that every member who wishes to attend can do so. Grand Sire Cockrum and W. H. Leedy, Grand Seurulury of liuiiiiiiu will be present. All the Grand Lodge Officers of Kentucky have been invired and will be present. Boone Lodge is the oldest lodge west of the Alleghany Moun tains, having been established February 10th, 1833, by Grand Sire Wildoy, the founder, of the order. From Boone Lodge came 'all of the oldor lodges in Louisville. Boone Lodge also established the order in Indiana by institut-ine- ; New Albany Lodge No. .1 in 'iMflw Alttanv.. , - Circuit Junge A. W. Young in his charge to the grand jury at Mt. Sterling was bitter in denouncing recent homicides in that county and the work of dynamiters. In Iiis charge Judge Young stated he was humiliated over the recent crimes committed, nhd stated that since the last September term of court there had been more homicides in Montgomery county than any other county in the State. "More," said Judge Young, "than in Breathitt county, where they shoot from behind trees and rocks and know their man. "In this county, besides those who kill, we have men who stick dynamite under barns and do not care who or how many are Leads Them All. Increase in Capital Stock. Kentucky leads all of the twelve Southern states in the production of corn as to yield per acre according to the government report. ImlfllO the state produced 104,075,000 bushels, an av- erage vield tif 28.0 bushels per acre which is a 4. less yield per acrethrtn in 1U00. Tennessee has the next best'jyield with Virginia a close second to Tennessee. The averageyield in Texas this year was 20,2 bushels per acre while last year it was 15. In Oklahoma the average yield is given out by government to be 10 buBhels per acre in 1010 and th. 17 bushels tn killed." To Meet in Memphis. The council Federation of the General of Women's Clubs will meet in Memphis, Tennessee some time in April. The council consists of the officers an the board of directors and chairmen of departments of the General 1 veneration, to-al- me meetings are " Lexington. h ylne asr printed- reportm the, - l open club women and large ly attended. There are at pres ent three southern women on the board: Mrs. J. Creighton Matth ews, of New Orleans, Mrs. Eu- gene lieilly, of Charlotte, N. O and Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, of law. the)onip yield in Kentucky's favorjliundreds of people Prescriptions to be Dated. leave the grand old commonThe Court of Appeals certified wealth each uyear and go to the - Comthe law in the case of two last named states. monwealth against Jim Rntson Bank OuarantaV Law Constitutional. from Carlisle county and held In n decisifKi rpnderpri Jimnnry that in a flitrict. a 8, the United States Supreme druggist cannot sell whiskey on A. C. Curtis, of Springlic d, Court holds'fo. be constitution!! the prescription of a physician the Bank detlosits iruarantv law unless the physician himself Colo., who left this com ty twenfirst adoptefl py the State of Ok dates the prescription; that if ty years ago, is back on his first lahoma, and"'jafterward by Kan the druggist dates the prescrip- visit. sas and Nebraska. Thus the le tion or sells on a prescription jrality of thelplun is established that is nut dated by the physiand each State is free to adopt cian, he is liabel to be fined. or to reject .the plan of having Fresh, Kclltble. Cure I In another opinion the court Outrsntced to Pleat i an oaiyK deposits guaranteed l, also holds that a doctor 7 rs ... n... adicted the State National banks, w rjamertnouij tct tie exces-sivMunrtn- - m.Hiinrnn. drink cannot write believe, do not come within the lo Northern (irown httin. SPECIAL OFFZBt provisions pMhe State guaranty a prcsci lotion for liquor. '- 0. Notwith-standin- g The most notable thing about the condition of State banks and trust companies for 1000 is the increase in capital stock of the banks, which shows again of $1, 000,000. This is accounted for by the increase in the capital stock of the Fidelity Trust The statement of the of the banks of the State has besn completed by J. F. Harney, bank clerk in the office of Dr. Ben L. Brunei--, Secretary of Stase. It shows deposits in banks amounting to .$05,078,039.81. The statement shows that the assets of the banks are .$102,000,352.55, the liabilities being the same, as is the case always with banks. Com-pancon-ditioy. n local-optio- n Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as mow; ir. strayed away one day vher5 lambs, you know, should never go. And Mary sat her quickly down and tears streamed from her eyes; she never found the lamb because she did not advertise. Mary had a brother John who kept the village ntoro; he sat him down and smoked a nipc, and watched the open door. Ami us the people passed along ami did not stop to buy John still and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eye. And so tho Sheriff closed him out but still he lingered near, and Mary came to drop u sympathetic tear. Uow tis it sister, can you tell why ier merchants here, sell all their goods so readily and thrive from year to year? Keniembering her own bad luck, the little maid "These otlu r fellows net there, John, because they advertise ' liXuhaliiie. &EEDS postpaid e r.Willoils of Bottles v iNWr3iK or Pewell. , FOR mm riUAne 10 CENTS our we will lend - - was 107 clubs representing 10, lected to renew his bond th Tetter, chapped hands or lips, boils 334 members. Since then four first Monday in January, where upon Judge Hard wick suspended sores and all skin diseases are new clubs have been enrolled him from action for ten days quickly cured by the use of Dr. The Ladies' Prayer mooting at which time Mr. Bowen ha Bell's Antiseptic Salve. 2uoa box at all dealers. A cream v snow is hold each Tuesday afternoon still failed to file a bond when at 2:30. The next meeting will the court declared the office white ointment. be held at the home of Mrs. W. Sheriff vacant and appointed Ohio farmers raise a good R. OrtB8idy next Tuesday after- Thos. Hall, of Bowen. Sheriff T ! many votelTto the acre and sell noon. All the ladies most cor wiru j. iu TIT t oin uosslyn iveieii, pftces dially invited. them at low uepury. rar. no wen inter came forward with the necesRarv bond but it was too late. The luw re (Sauna, Ringworm, rCUUHVIUU III AOIIUUlfCVY used Atf4.in. itiu. i. an a good rnif-afor LuCrippe. coughs colds, iiikI till tlinmt und bronchial tmiiDleh. Look tor tne Jicll on the uottle. ;old every wheie. y, 11 It I .11 UI I "ta K.tdH v t Wll TwtoUw (Mm h..,t nttir with u, wTZj ...OREAT noSt 1383 S . to " Bt. iksvV Rockfrd. Illlnolg K ,S,A DR. BELL'S Good ANTI-PAI- N ur iNooiing but tho Eyes For Internal and External Pains . - 1 - Why Not Trade At the Store Sheriff's 1 quires thattheir bond must annua renow Iv where you can get everything you need arti- and save hunting all over town for some cle not kept by other merchants. Marshal A. T. Pettit advortis es in this issue a lot of real es tate for city and school taxes, This tax is for but three years oaeK, ana mere is still a great deal more duo the city for for mer years. This will doubtles. be later collected by still further sales. SALT! CWA Thl.Q 1Q - fi -- 5! Just recieved a car load of the genuine f Our Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County and every article is the quality you may demand and the John Worth Kern, former democratic candidate for Vice President was Tuesday elected to the United States Senate by ineiuaianaLegisiiiture to succeed Albert J. Bovendge, Republican The two houses mot separately and cast their votes. Klam's Olio, of Hazel Green is a new candidate for putron-ag- e in the literary world. It is a porfect gem of unhftinc thoughts. May it succeed as it deserves to do. W. H. Parker, a former resident of this county has moved from Passaic, N. J. to Tacoma, Washington. Ur mil's Antideptic Salv is, good for anything for which a sulve is indicated suuh as pimples, bluckheads, sores, chaps, ulcers, runburn nnd all skin affeotlona. 25c at all dealers. uiuiiaiiawuauait i rf TTonoTTTli oCo tho hoor Sfllr fnr npodorvinorno'it Wo hnvo it in 280 pound and seven bushel barrels if anH IS nhanlnt.olv nnro !??5 which we are selling at per barrel: Price is Always Right. Giye us your trade this year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. Goods delivered free to all 280 pound at $1.50 a Barrel 7 Bushel " $1.85 We also have a line of parts of the city. , General Merchandise which we are selling at a close margin. Don't forget the place. C. SHIMFESSEL 1 WALDRON LKaJm & JOHNSON, For Ladies' Tailormade Suits of latest styles see Mrs,. Williams. Waltersville, Ky. iif u w uiial.tnJniltK I fD k.lAalnwUM.'i wML. - i, t ' 1 11 i'f K c THE TIMES. rmii.isnKi) kveuy Thursday. State nid. Its our only showing Ballinger wouldn't quit under to got what wo need most State fire, nor does it seem that ho will nid in building good roade. quit under the icy public reception given his vindication. Brother Lorimer wonders how Subscription rates $1 a year or three The family of Berry Barnett Brother Ballinger got off so easi. vcnrs in ndvance 82. has measles in n very bad form. J. E. burgher, Publisher. When You See The Bell Davy White has moved to tho whore lie On the bottle you have our guaran tee that you are getting the best - Jun. 19, ,1911 Thursday, cough and cold remedy. Dr. Bell's Marion McKin Mr. has millions of sat ney, of Lexington, visited rela CLUB RATES. idfied users. At all dealers. fives here a few days this For the convenience of our sub week. To the; Northwest. scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices It. b. Christopher has mpved It is stated that 150,000 Amer below mentioned : to the farm in Fayette county on ican citizens, mostly farmers The Times and the Richmond pike which he have moved over into the Oana Courier-Journfl.00 rented last fall. dian northwest during tho year 44 1. 10 Cincinnati Enquirer 41 Louisville Commercial 75 W. J. Ohristopher has rented recently closed. This is a great 44 Home and Farm 75 his dwelling and store house to er numbe than have removed to George S. Ware who has moved Canada from the United States Governor Willson has taken to his stock of goods across the road during any year before, and in task the officials of Shelby county to this place. Mr. Christopher i view of the statement that the for the lynching of two negroes now with his son, W. J. Christo Canadian immigration author! Broken Lines, while they last ties expect, a still greater number in Shelbyville Sunday night. In pher, Jr in Clark county. to cross the border during this the first place, had these official year, the loss of so largo a num attended to the duties of thei ber of substantial American cit office as negligently as the Gov Thos. Ogden Sr. has sold his izens is somewhat alarming. It crnor does his offico they al Ever is probable, however, that many might have been 'in Louisville 6tore and farm here to man. of these people return to the New York or some other impor States and settle- down after i tant place and huvo known noth 0. J. Swope bought soma smal ing of the lynching until it was shotes last week at eleven cents brief experience 'in the north west territories. all over And again the people per pound. of Shelby county were probably $ioo Reward, $ioo. Mack Pace sold his crop of to induced to the breaking of the bacco The reuders of this paper will be at Winchester for ten cts law bv the Governors recen a pound. pleased to learn that there is at wholesale pardon of negroes from least-on- e dreaded disease tbatsci W. A. Berry has bought the ence has been able to cure in oil the western part of the state con victed of the murder of white Robert Thacker place on Copper its stages, and that is Catarrh. people. The Governor has no as creek for $100. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only right to censure any one for such B. F. Berrv one of our most positve cure now known to the acts under such circumstances. enterprising citizens was in Stan medical fraternity. Catarrh beiDg a constitutional disease, requires a ton Saturday on business. Every negro in Adams county constitutional treatment. Hall's Several persons went to Lulbe- - Catarrh cure is taken internally, Ohio, except one has been in dieted for vote Relling. In Tex grnd bridge recently and put in acting directly upon the.olood and as ypu dont't hear of such scan a fairly good fill and graveled it raucous surfaces of the system. on "the foundation das,.but.in Texas thfcy have-t- a so it is now. no trouble t law which doesn't allow men to the bridge from 'this side, but of the disease, and giving the pa vote unless thev have paid their tho Clark side is still in very bad tient strength by building up the poll tax at least six months be condition. constitution and assisting nature in fore the election. IN the men doing its vwork. The proprietors Virden. that don't pay their poll tax that have so much faith in its curative most frequently sells their vote, to powers that they offer One Hun E. D. Curtis sold two calves so tho law in Texas cuts them out Killes Ware for $10 each. dred Dollars for any, ense that it PROUD OF HER CAKES, In Kentucky a few years ago we fails to cure. Send for list of tes- Bread and pies the woman is who Miss Stella Mastiu is visiting had a vote to change the coiiBti imonials. relatives in Clark county. has made them from Hope Mills' tutiou 60 such a law could be had Address: Hour. Success in bread or cake Mrs. al. li. race has a severe in this State, but the Republican F. J. Cheney & Co,, Toledo, 0. baking is always sure to follow party lined up most solidly in fa attack of la grippe and cold. Sold by Druggists, 75c. when you use this high grade and vor of the delinquent taxpayer E. D. Curtis sold his crop of Tuke Hall's Family Pills for con satisfactory flour, sold everywhere. because most of the delinquent tobacco at Clay City for 7 and stipation. taxpayers are negroes Republi cents. cans. Miss Eva Williams, of North- - Dr. Bell's For Coughs and Colds. Good roads and good common middletown, is visiting her sister ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Mfg'd by schools are absolutely essential Mrs. Dora Ware. to tho proper development and Mrs. T. B. Ware is visiting her advancement of any county-oJj daughter, Mrs. Grace demons at DID YOU EVER ijt ijl ifi Jt ) )) ( "J' tj Jt community. Such counties as Lexington this week. STOP TO THINK UNSURE WITH Powell can no more have good Elder M. P. Lowry, of Win- that every time you roads without state aid then it Chester, filled his regular apcould have good schools without pointment hero Sunday at the SPEND A DOLLAR state aid. The Times wants thorn Christian church. Tlio JLiOudinc: JuHurunoo Ajfoiitei of ISuMtorn ICowtuolcy. not only the dollar is gone, both and believe with good roads Mrs. J. W. Mcintosh, of Indi but the nil through Powell county it would become a revenue produc- an Fields, spent Sunday with her INTEREST . ing county iiistead of a pauper parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Clemons, at this place. county as it now is. Give ub on it for good roads, Tho eighteen-mont- s old child Kvery one wfio knows anythiug about insurance know ETERNITY? of Grant Seay died January Oth Much ado is being made all and was buried Sunday following thttv are leaders in tnjs lino, Better save that dollar and over tho country because newly n the family burial ground. elected Senator Lorimer from the interest on it depositing Illinois bought his way into tho Airs. Cook Tells Truth it with us in our Senate and it was told on him. Dexter, Ky. In a signed state FRUIT and SHADE lie ought to bo let alone so ho ment, Mrs. Cook tells the truth SAVINGS ' can be with our own distinguish- bout how Curdui brought back her DEPARTMENT. Mows sczas SUCC6B0 I ed Senator Bradley from Ken- lealth and strtngtn. She euys, "I SPECIAL OFFER: tucky and many others who got could not get any relief, until I Everything for mika you eur unuMI cutotur. there the same way. tried Cardul, the wonmn's tonio. - TUP ORCHARD, LAWN, Entered ns second-clas- s SPOUT SPRING. - w . . V- ... mail matter. place near tho bridgo moved from last fall. and-Mrs. Pine-Tar-Hon- Specials for December Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, Capes and Silk Petticoats. $1.50. al Men,sShoes,$2.00 $2.50and$3.00 West Bend. Boys' .Clothing, Overcoats, Suits, and Fants. - iMI Mrs. J. W. Williams. & . to-ge- thereby-destroyir- fg HOPE $ MILLS FLOUR Pine-Tar-Hon- ey J. r (Jl "J P. A. LYON & SON. Represented. Over $200,000,000 n- TREES. SEEI Tho county cannot levy a'tax exceeding 50 cents on tho hundred dollars for all purposes, so after general expenses are all met there is nothing left to speak of for good roads. Tho state can levy any amount of tax for good load', .nid flint's why we are for A DUUIILU tliOltJ Ot llOO tll ill K..0, and was so weak and nervous I could hardly do mv house work. Now I am in better health than ever before, am regulur ns clock work, do not suffer ut all, and gain strength every day," Thousands of women have been helped back til' health by Curdui. Try it, Clay City ana uAtiUcw. Write. tor Free Catalogue. Ho Agents. L Write tG'dnyi Mention thlt Paper. to MAM I " 'oUAUANTKJCa TO I'LEAkE. National Bank, Clay City, Ky, CAPITAL, FIFTY THOUSAND SEND H) CENT 4 m www mmmmm 9ttlBf H, F. (S Hlllenmeycr Sons, - 'TfT1' r"7T.."'r Jr itltliUuUU . LEXINGTON, - KY, W'Wfw'' '.... - - Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McGuiro by .have gone to housekeeping in the lynched. Richardson property adjoining Marshellj th'6 Times office. sentence Keep up tho good roads light A bible rending class has been organized in this city and wllLJ all along the' line until tho pco. meet onco each week atdiircrcut plo awnko to n senso of tho fact homes of its members. that Kentucky has as many good things .is any placo on earth, and A Medicine I'APKR. AN ALL HOME-MADThat lives ten years must have all that is needed arc roads over which one may travel to find Jan. 3, JM1. merit. Dr. Bell's THURSDAY, i- ,A -- these good things. It is a shame i-,, nr that the state 'has so many bad LOCAL BREVITIES." sales have increased every year, fc'o roads that ono cannot get to tho you lun no risk. We guarantee it. crossroads store with moro of his Dr. Martin announces t ho birth At all dealers. product than he may carry on his of son to Mr. and Mrs. Houston Negroes Lynched at Shelby vllle. back. Oatlettsburg Tribune. Watts in this city Thursday, Jan There ucgroes wero taken from uary, 12th. Dr. Bell tho Shelby county jail at Shelby-vill- e Is a house-hol- THE TIMES. E Fads for NIne-tent- Weak Women Such sickness' can be cured is cured ease of the organs distinctly feminine. every day by of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dis- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak It Pine-Tar-IIon- Women Strong, -p- Sick Women Well. u ey word in every state fifty men and in the union as well as in several The victims were Geno foreign countries. For Grippe, Who was under' death Coughs,-ColdAsthma and throat for murder; Wade Pattroubles it is the best. Sold everyterson, charged with attacking De85 00 Silk Petticoats during where. Look for the Dell on the two whito women, and Jim cember for $3 50 at Mrs. Williams'. Bottle. a d mob-o- f acts directly on the organs affected and is at (he sumo time n general restorative tonio for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privaiy of home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeablo questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent every modest woman. We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women, but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and , means of positive cure are referred to the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages, newly revised and Edition, sent fret on receipt of 21 one-cestamps to cover cost of mailing only; or, in cloth binding for 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. nt s, West,- charged with attempting The examination for graduates liberties with a white girl. The Henry E. l'outsey was last Sunof common schools will be held at body of West has not been fouu J. day elected President of theOhris-tiaStanton next Friday and Satur- Beofre taking the jail the mob Endeavor Society in the pristurned oft" the electric lights day, Jan. 27 and 28. on at Frankfort for tho 3rd term, and cut the telephone wires. defeating his opponent, Nicholas are all rriud and Our roads Death in Roaring Fire Leslie county, by 5 to travel is greatly reduced on this may riot result from the work of Garrison, of 1. Under his management in two account. The trade in town must firebugs, but often severe burns are years the Society has increased suffer for this cause. cansed that make a rjuick need for from 120 to 800 members, and is The fourth installment of pub- Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the quick- considered the largest and best lic, school money was due Satur- est, snrest cure for burns, .wounds, Society of the kind in the world. It subdues day, but we learn the money bruises, boils, sores. Saves two Lives. inflammation. It soothes and arrive ou time. didn't "Neither my sister nor myself heals. Drives off skin eruptions, Your last wintir underwear may ulcers or piles. Onlv 25c at Swann-Da- might be living today, if it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovnot be heavy enough, see us before Lumber Co.'s store. Williams. 'buying. ery" writes A. D. McDonald, of Mrs. J. W. Our Millinery department is teem- Fayetteville, N. C. R. F. O. No. 8, We call attention to Shimfes-sol'- s ing with all the pretty ereulions of for we both had frightful coughs new ad this week. He is the season. that no other remedy could help. bidding for yotfrv trado and cerMrs. J. W. Williams. We wero told my sister had containly has some inducements for sumption. She was very weak and The Two Great Clarses. it. At a recent dinner one of the had night sweats but your wonderThere seems to be a great scaic-it- speakers truly said : "The trust ful mebedicine completely cured us of mules in all parts of the buster and the Socialist may do both. It's the best I ever used or State and the prices for the long what they please," he said, "but heard of." For sore lungs, coughn, eared animals promises to be high mankind will still be divided in- colds, hemorrhage,lagrippe,asthma, this spring. to two great classes those who hay fever, croup, whooping cough. all bronchial troubles, its su We are patiently waiting for walk to get an appetite for their preme. Trial bottle free. 50c and dinner, and thoso who walk to the ground hog February 2nd to get a dinuer for their appetites." $1. Guaranteed by Swann-Dagive us a better grade of weather Lumber Cy.ls store. Winchester Democrat. n y y y We have, the largest and plete line of most com- STOVES to ue found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Come in and give us a look. ) Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. all the-othe- r ing ub too bad a forecasters are brand. giv- What Can We Say ' More than if you are not satisfied after using Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve we will refund your money. 25c. at all dealers. The grouud is covered with snow agaiu. It fell Tuesday, though the weather is not so cold as the spell before, but not so warm as the last of last week. For dyspepsia, indigesfor me." tion, jaundice and to rid the system You should see our line of trunks of kidney poisons that cause rheusuit cases, telescopes aud traveling matism, Electric Bitters has no bags before buying. Try them. Every bottle is Mrs. J. W. Williams. guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c The mild weather last week at Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. brought a smile to the face of our farmer's wives when biddie beREVOLVING, gan to cackle, but their fondest expectations wero blighted when u STRONG. r.r URABLL CHEAP the present cold spell set in Tuesfor micts witc day morning. y Solves a Doep Mystery. to thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va "for the wonderful double double beneuc I got from Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I hud been an altnc, helpless sufferer for ten yeais. It suited my case as though made just Farm for Sale "I want Containing 33 acres one nnd miles from Clay City; well watered, good buildings and outbuildings, close to church and school and well fenced. All under cultivation hut about 8 acres which will afford plenty of firewood. At least 10 acres of good tobacco land. For further particulars call nt this ollice. one-hulf Clearance Sale AM Dr. toeil s Anus . - .aive Good for all Skin Diseases. CAPITAIj STOCK. HUHPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PKOFITS, k 8100,000 lOO.OOO 3 Fall of our Fall & Winter goods are going it Reduced prices. Winter Millinery Goodp, Dry Goods, Notion?, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoos, Hats.'.Shirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats and Work Coats. Sewing Machines, & -- 53 Winchester Bank. Of WlNGIIBTKIt, KV. IS E this a 13 Cook Stoves, Etc. It will pay you who aro interested in DEKALaiLU KANSAS CITY. MO, tils Money back. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve cured his eyes and he did not want it. Painless and harmless. 25o, at all dealers. i Ho Never Got Sfcsi Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood LJ N.IIOLX.V WlTUISHSPOOK, I'llEH. W. K. Sl'UAH, Oasuiuii. ft saving money to take advantage of this opportunity. We will give you reduced prices on all Fall and Winter Goods as long as they last, but will call your special attention to the following lines which on account of being the inoEt on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. & r YOUlt ACCOUNTS SOiaCITJSD ti a g A call for $400,000 for interest warrants was published Mouday by Oapt. Edward Farley, State Treasurer. The call is for warrants issued from Apjil 5 to April 20, incluThese warrants will be sive. paid as presented. Stato-bearin- M"l"M"l'f j.p.jiauppinJ Watchmaker V Jeweler. Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Women's Overshoes in Arctics Shoss, Wool and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool and-Subbe- rs. Old Soldier Tortured. conX "For years I B"ll'red unspeakable totture. from JndigABtipn, stipation and liver trouble,'' wrote A.K.Smith, a.war veteran at E- rie, Pa., ' hut Dr. King's New Life JPUU lixed.jne. aL right. 'Vhey Ve einiplf grout.", 'ry them .for any si.Nnaoh, liver of kiduey. 'trouble. Only v25o at Swann-Da- y Lumber Go's', storo. ,s!BSt The Joweet priced good substantial lawn and garden lance built. Write for catalog of Ittwn field, hog and poultry fencing. DEKALB FENCE CO., DeKalb, HI. All Kinds oV Watch and Clock MeyiitUvz oi sHuit Notice ana Reasonable Term. SATISFAC TION QUARANTINED. Line of and Cotton Bod Blankets, Cook Stoves and and Sewing Machines. ' Jewelry Call & Spectacles. la the Red aad see River Hotel BuHrflag, ft - Kansas City, Mo. CLAY C1TV, KENTUCKY. Hardwick & Co., Stanton, j J M arshal 's of Real Estate for Taxes. . Sale As Marshal of the town of Cln.v Ct!j Ky , iin.i Collector T Municipal taxes tor said city, 1 wilt on Saturday, February 11, 1011, at the School House door, iu said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. proceed to sell for cash in hand, the following real estate in said city or so rnuch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the tax duo tfiid city and graded school district, together with all costs and penalties to be later added, as follows : Anderson, Nannie B. , adjoin Anderson, for 8 2. GO the year 1908, Andorson, Geo. W. Jr., ad joining Matt Coulee, for 10.05 the year 1908, Alford, Geo. VM adjoining Mandy Payne, for the 2.G3 year 1908, Adams, W. T., adjoining Ben Hiley, for the years 11.30 1908, 1909 and 1910, Hurgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 5.02 Burgher, II. G., udjoining 6. M. Derickson, for 1908 9.37 and 1909, Burgher, W. R., adjoining C. Bowman, for 1908, 1909 8.77 and 1910, Bellis, J. T., adjoining John Maxwell, for 1908 and 1909, 4.12 Bellis, Win., adjoining Geo. W. Powell, for 1908, 2.25 Brush, Caswell, adjoinining Page property for 1908, 1909 and 1910, Bauuh, Wm., adjoining W. E. Moore, for 1908, 1909 7.60 and 1910, Cain, Am. .a, adjoining E. 3.00 tukiey, for 1908, OJay.itv Roller Mills, for ' 10.00 19u8, Mchool tax only, Daniel, Krunk, adjoining It. (i. Shimfessel for 1908, ing-Noa- Eaton. Alicc,Aand Laura O'- Darnott A. J. ndJolnlngW. E. . 1.45 Moore for 1909, Rcar, jjdjnining Presbyterian church, for 1908, Darker Wm. adjoining F. M. Hutchinson for 1909 and 1009 and 1910, 15.75 4.28 1010, Fliuchum heirs, adjoining N. Ballard, T. B. adjo'nlng NeMcintosh for 1908, 1909 gro church for 1909 and und lMO, 2.80 3 7,- 1910. HiiHllilohe, riniiji, adjoining Cornett C. J. adjoining Pete Dock Phillips for 1908, Phillips forl909 and 1010- - 2.00 1909 and 1910, C.75 Duncan, C. W., (non Hiley, B. F., adjoining W. adjoining Kentucky Union Company, T. Adams for 1908, 1909 4.50 for 1909 and 1910, G.fiO and 1910, Lyle, G. W. Sr. adjoining It. Johnson, Wm., adjoining L. Shimfessel for 1909 Charlie Potts and J. B. 1.50 and 1910, Eaton, balance lor 1908 Littlepage, Mrs B. (non resiand years 1009 and dent) adjoining J. E. 1910, Burgher, for 1909 and 7.57 1910, 15.00 Kit'C, Joe, adjoining Mandy Moore, Wm. adjoining Mrs. Payne, for 1908, 1909 1.50 Ande son, for 1909, and 1910, 8.52 MounU Bros, adjoining W. Mcintosh, N., adjoining R. H. Neal for 1009 and P. Hose for 1908 and 5.25 1910, , resi-dent), adjoining A. M. 1.50 her for 1910, llm 'l'lison F. M. adjoining ".uttison Barker for 11)10, 3.UU to take Cardul, for your female 94 Low Hello for 1010, troubles, because we aia sure it Mu'WhII Elizabeth adjoining Remember that will help you. i r. Hellls lor 1U1U, u.7o '. '. Ij'iirti ; 37 VilNE .ibKh Maxwell for 1010. Mi'Uolicrts James (uon reei- I .V uem; aujoins bciiuui OF 1.50 house for 1910, McKinney Ray adjoining G. has brought relief to thousands of (o w. kyie r ror iuiu, other sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, adjoining G. McPherson John periodical pains, female weak3.0U M. Derickson for 1910. ness, many have said It Is "the Potts Charlie adjoining Wm. best medicine to take." Try Itl 3.00 Mcintosh for 1910, - Sold in This City M Stokley George adjoining F. a. 18 P. Tracy tor iuiu, A. T. PETT1T, Subscribe for the Times. Marshal Clay City, Ky. M ' m i We Ask You 1 1 1 T 1 CARD U I 1010, Mitche), Clarence, adjoining Frunk Daniel, for 1908, Ncwkirk, J. T., adjoining Phil Hamruans, balance 1908, 1909 and 1910, 7.31 Maxwell Mrs. George adjoining Chaa Potts for 1909, 75 Page, J. K.. (uon resident) adjoining John Kirk and , tor 1908, 1909 and 1010, Payne, Mandy, adjoining Joe King, for 1908 and 1910 Phillips, Doek,inljoiningPhil Hammting, forl908, 1909 and 1910, Ringo, W. II., adjoining N. C. Walters, for 1908, 1909 and 1910, Ringo, S. C, adjoining Mrs. Hockinhammer, for 1908 1909 and 1910, Itingo J. P., adjoining Char-li- e Phillip, for 1908, 1909 and 1010, Wright S. J. adjoining P;ye property for 1908, Anderomi, S. J., adjoining Matt Coulee for 1909 and 1910, 2.07 Stokley E adjoining Mandy Payne for 1909 and 1910, 5.25 Taylor M. L. across street from A. J: Barnett for 7.02 12.00 1909 and 1910, Wright Mrs. Laura adjoining Pago property 1909, 1.12 Warmouih H. O. adjoining 18.79 Mountz Bros, for 1909 and 1010, 37.38 4.50 Woolery James adjoining Mrs. Anderson for 1909 and 1910. 2.25 Burgher Mrs. Betty adjoininc 14.18 G M. Derickson for 1910 3.75 Blount Lizzy adjoining Page 1.12 property for 1910 6.87 Carr Harvy adjoining J. M. 3.75 Kennon for 1910, Conlee & Rogers adjoining W. H. Neal for 1910, 9.75 9.38 Conlee Matt adjoining M. 3.75 Rose for 1910, 13.C1 Carr Sam adjoining :Ky. Un- - ' 8.02 ion Co. for 1910, 2.25 Daniel Kate adjoining Mrs. Littlepage for'1910, 1.87 Eaton C. C. adjoining R. P. 0.00 Rose for 1910; 4.87 Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles. Cardui has been found to relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and dizziness, arising from deranged organs. It does more than relieve, if used persistently, many have writ- ten to say that it cured them. CARDUI It Will Help You J 37 Mrs. Harwell Johnson, Tampa, Fla., writes: "Cardoi cured me after doctors and everythine: else had failed. 1 had been sinter ing with numb spells ever since 1 was 10 years old. One day 1 decided to take Cardui. 1 hare now taken 5 bottles and 1 can say that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to rive Cardui a long and fair trial." Mrs. Johnson suffered years. Have vou? Do you "wish to? tint way suffer at allt" Take (Jardui. Uive it a fair trial. AT ALL DRUG STORES $5.00 Recipe Cures Sick People-FRE- E Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE. I SlJTORY Eitst-Bound. OF L. & E. TlflE TflBLE. West-Boun- 7.87 1909 aim 1910, Derickson, G. M adjoining H. G. Burgher, for 1909 1.88 Derickson, J B.. adjoining iveiiiii- - ky Union Coin- P'lm. balance tor 1908, 11109 ami 1910, 13.G2 No. 2, Daily. P. 2:25 3:05 No. 4, No. 1, Daily. A. M. Stations. Daily Ex. Sun. No. 3, Daily. No. 5, Sunday Only. A. M. 10:25 9:4G A.M. Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, 0:55 9:12 9:00 8:45 P. M. (! 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE t-- DCBIQNS COPVRIQHT8 Ac Anrone ftpndlnff a aketeh and dasfirlntlon ma qnlcklr aicortaln our opinion free whether an Inrenuon li probablr patentable. Communica tion! inciirconoaentiaj. hanuduua onraienta ent free, oldeat agency for aecunnf patenta. Patenta taken tbroueh Mnnn A Co. recall pacta! notice, without charge. In the A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Ijuveat dr. culatloQ of any nUentmo Journal. Terms, a rear i four months. L Bold by all newsdealers. Branch Office. CX S Trade Marks Scientific American, t HUNN&Co38B.NBwYorI( F BU WashUMton. U. C. 9:34 uiii heml a copy of this wonderful new prescription,, free of charge, 3:34 9:20 0:02 8:V5 in a .luin iiriliiiury sealed envelo. e to any ono who will write, me for it. 3:50 "8:15 8:54 H:10 Just bend uiu your name and address at once and you will receive the 3:58 8:01) 4 :2'J 8:18 R.)33lyn, 4:03 !:15 reeip. by rrturu mull, charges paid. I will also send you free of charge 4:148:42 4:14 8:03 FiUon, :22 my ii.mik, "il.ov 10 Get Well" for your guidance I think it is ray duty 4:30 8:28 3:57 7:48 Cnmpton .Tnnctlnn, 0:38 K:20 3:55 7:45 Natural Bridge, 9:43 4:35 miIIVi Mg Immunity to this extent, and hope you will be one of to 9:5(3 8:15 3:41 7:30 Torrent, 4:47 thousand-- . lio .tie tiding cured dailv by this wonderful discovery, the 7:54 3:20 7:07 Benttyville Jet, 10:17 5:10 Sit d. wn tin! a v and write me, as vou mav not see this olfer again. 7:05 2:25 O. & K. Junction, 0:15 11:15 6:05 1 kiiou is a safe and Hure cure for Rheumatism, Dia 7:00 my 0:10 2:20 11:20 6:10 Jackson, 11:40 a ni. Dumont 11:35 bet, Uropoj. Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impure Tho Following CONNECTIONS are made Doily Except Sunday. Nob. 1 and 3 will connect with tb" C. fc O. Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all L. & E. Junction: for Mt. Staling, Kj. Uriu Aoit' Diseases. Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun Campton Junction: Box 2094 Boston, Mass. Dr. D. J. WALSH, tain Central Railway lir passengers to and from Campton, Ky Ueattyville Junction: Nos. 2 will connect with the L. &A. Railway for Ueattyville, Ky. Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with tho O. & K. Rail-waO. & K. Junction: SAVE YOUR FOWLS for Cnnnel Citv, Ky. and way sta ons. recognized as the stoailanl poultry Bourbon Poultry Cure U rcmody of tbe world. It Is the one remedy that can bo depended on certainty to cure 3:20 7:35 8:13 8:20 8:42 9:02 :05 5:20 5:07 4:53 4:35 4:20 - f Ruil-wa- y 1 v with absolute promptly obtained tn all countries OR NO Ml. TRADS-makk(Areata and Copyrights reals. lMrred. Knui riketch, ModrT or I'Tioto. tor FHf C RKPOBtT Ml rilntmhllltv- - Vtjmt rm.. iue ciclualTely. BANK airtRINOIS. mam 1 cant in stamps for Inraluable book TO OBTAIN an.l SILL Wbtrh ones will pay. Mow to grt PATENTS. a partner, patent law And other yaloable Inlonuation, (onus and all Diarrhoea drinkingexistingkeeps of poultry disllmberneck.drops In water eases. A few the fowls healthy and free from disease. A 6ua bottle makes 2 gallons of medicine. Vot the treatment of Ulockhead and other dlwusca in turkeys 1 Gapes, Cholera, Roup, and preient FACTORY PROFIT-SHARIN- G PIANO GLUI. FACTORY Iii1 D. (303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. D. C. Bourbon Poultry Cure ap: "I Mrt. W. W.Raltton,Hopklnivl!lc,K-.have bcn taltiogcbiclteni forncaily tiiyyeara and llouiboa Poultry Cine if ihamoitaautfictory remedy I have ever uuu for Cholera auJ Gapcl." , aa HAS NO I EQUAL Mr F.P. Clir. Parti, Ky.,(ytl "Lutyear I ninl bundndi oi chlckcua ltc lioui vtrmt I ty giving theui lloutbaa Poultry Cure. llnj 1 CashJ Makes you a 8ave all aelllug expenae aa well aa jobbers', dealers' and solicitors' profit. Club Prloe. Retail Prloe. Z17Q.OO SQ7B.OO S2C3.BO SB2B.OO S870.OO I&88.BO $400.00 member-sen- ds Join My Plamo OkOh aaaaaDQDQcj I il a sure cure for Cholera aod Umberneck," $1 i IT loir Succeed when evcrj'thlng else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they nro the nupvnme reoiedy, thousands have testified. It is tho IW - ; t All Manufactured only by Leading Rmirhnn Rpmorllf Cln "l .. "j BOo nr Bottlo. Druaoluta, " Ioco.por.led. Lcaiajjiott, Ky, u. o. A. Trial Vial Fro. . a piano to your nsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKJ S IS Keeps up your dues! saaaaKaaVir I home and saves you the and In case of death! middlemen's profit. elves you receipt V In full for your - A WEEK Bitters In iti O T" T X Clay City. MM CX. laiuvvit-nFtanton. . t- Wi, Um Pimfk Wmy FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine evsr sold over i 4ni"; it h counter. JOKK WHITE & CO, "" MM Bfal mmK WmW NKHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlwlon. Writ lor lilt mentlanlna thla ad. AND HIDES I today. May I frfaffti M F. trKTOftS; LTrml.in J'&ffi icbeetaaalltr.iinluaitcdFaaraniee. s or money reluulxl. S r aUlalaction reduction by using our A .'5O'V still greater tY iff upou plsu. Call or write . for ex- S S-- Ninth snd Laeutt. Daa alalaat. 0. EVANS PIANO UANUra.CTUKCRS ' la. fjs". ,U jfi r " PUnos from Factory iu uoate. .,".., jTs fs s S y S , ,