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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 26, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911012601_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 26, 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. 0. THE CLAY ;piTY TIMES. 1.00 d HO Year In Advance We are here to help Clay dift V Sorroooding Coaotrj and Onrselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. Surprise Birthday Dinner. One nmong the oldest and most beloved citizens of Powell county, "uncle" Wesley Garrett, on the 18th inst. celebrated his 83rd birthday nt his home in Old Clay City on Wednesday, January 18, 1911. Those prcsont were : Mr. and Mrs. Eli Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Garrett, Mrs. Bunion CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY. Florida and depicts in realistic fnshion the ocean waves and steamers in the distance and the palmettos and vegetation in natural colors on the shore the latter being characteristic of the perpetual climatic conditions of that charming country. A large outlayof money was required in the production of this book, which was issued for the convenience of the patrons of the Queen and Crescent Route. Parties anticipating a trip to the South this winter will be cheerfully supplied with a copy of the book free of cost by dropping a postal card to W. A. Beckler, General Passenger Agent, Gueen and Crescent Route, Cincinnati, Ohio. Letter from County Attorney. JANUARY 20. tucky has 191 1 NO. 4 Fhillips and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rose, Virgil Rose, Miss Helen French, Mrs. Lou Fork-neMr. and Mrs. Clinton Rose, Mr. John Whicker, and Mr. They all met by a secret understanding, all loaded with good and choice things to eat, and showed uncle Wesley in an exceedingly kind manner that they were keeping track of him. All spent a jolly day a left nncle "Wesley too full for speech. May ho see many more such events. r, Gab-'bar- Beautiful Free Book. A most beautiful and valuable "book of 70 pages with illustrations and statistics concerning winter resorts in the South, hotel rates and much other important infor-matio- n, has just been issued by Tlil,f--T- the Queen & Orescent Route and will be sent free to prospective tourists. No person who expects to spend any time in the South this winter should be without one of these publications. The book is in the nature of a directory of all the" important places in Florida, Alabama,.the Carolines, :Lo-- ' ' lJ.;T7rTP ' ' il 1 'iiV'lffeo1raSs8rTed76 ' Tiama Islands, with generous in the Police Court Monday for lustrations of the more impor- drawing a pistol in one of the tant resorts and points of inter- well respected homes in this city. est. Among the numerous halfEczema, Ringworm, tone likenesses are those of High chapped hands or lips, boils Bridge, the incline at Lookout Tetter, diseases are Mountain, Battery Park Hotel, sores and all skin quickly cured by the use of Dr, Biltmore and interesting Florida Antiseptic Salve. 25c a box and Cuban scenes and hotels. The Hell's A creamv snow at all dealers. cover design is the reproduction white ointmen, of a scene on the East Coast of . Editor Times: I have been watching each? week with much interest wnat you nave to say a bout good roacjg in Powell coun ty, and I do hdpe that each sub scriber to yourJValuable little pa per nave ucen, doing the same thing. It is v Jrth reading, and thinking about too. Think what ii means to your home, your neighbor's home, the church, the school, the stoVe. vour neighbor hood, the traveler who chances to pass through bar county, in fact the all important thing necessary to the un building of our countv This being tnQfuet, farmer, let us try as hard tthis good year to i j Isi i it nave goou roaus an over ou county as we have tried for the There are more automobiles in last fifteen years .not. to have any the differ Clark county today than there roids at . II VU were in the whole country twelve nnnA in tlin lnntia r f JUUi fnitvtJ) iu KILU, 4VflnO Ul timit lit years ago when there were lifty in the price. ofT your land, the motor curs in America. price oi your iarm proaucia. now much easier ittwill be for the The Olay City Times is about buyer to comf.to see what you as neat a little aritcle as I see have to sell, aw after he buys any where. It is smull, but, to take itwajBE How much nic nevertheless, it publishes lots of er it will "be tdftako your family news. Elai..' Olio. in a wagon or.buggy to visit your neighbor,vt)r to.go to town shop Dr. Cell's Antiseptic Salve mg, or to gdjito school, or to is good for nnvthing for which a church, or- tojtho graveyard or salve is indicated such as pimples, wherever ybujmay, with graded bluckheads, sores, chaps, ulcers, roads. you are'jsafe, pleasant and unburn and all skin affections 25c happy, with roads like we have at all dealers. now we'Bart away miserable, go For Ladies' Tailormade Suits of our round trip fueling the same way and, often; comeback home latest styles see Mrs. Williams. all.s-Tliense- e A. Our City Taxes. n right to pass and en There seems to be great conforce ttu ordinance prohibiting the posting of bills without se- fusion 'among the city officials and taxpayers of Clay City about curing a license. the tax due the city, many taxThe Shortest Way. payers claiming they have reBad ropds are the devil's high- ceipts for certain years. The ways. They cause a man to tax for the current year is always drive poor teams, brokes vehicles made out on the assessment of and haul light loads. They cause the previous year. Then the tax a man to buy more oats, more for 1910 is made ou the assesswhips and more harness. They ment of the fall of 1909 and were cause a man to cuss, swear and duo in June of 1910 and are now take the nane of God in vain. past due, and there is no doubt Bad roads are the shortest way the legal right to collect them. to h 1. Exchange. The uncollected tax of Win. Bowen, Jr., Sheriff, has been turned over to the bonding company, his surety. This company has employed A. n. Norton to wind up its business for them. Mrs. Nannie Weaver, of Indiana, has bought of A. O. Estes at Waltersville his farm for $8500, and Mr. Estes has purchased R. L. Shimfes8el's place on 's creek for $1500. Hard-wick- A Good Farm Paper. CI Every farmer should have a good farm paper, and the Times knows of none to recommend more highly than the Inland Farmer of Louisville, Ky. It comes each week and deals with subjects and crops grown in this latitude and under similar conditions existing with our own fanners. It is, in fact, the home farm paper. . The rains and warmer weather will likely souu put grass to growMrs. Charles W. Duncan, of ing and probably endanger the Mt. Carbon, W. Va., underwent, fruit prospects. an operation last week and is in a very critical condition. Mrs. J. H. O'Rear has gone there to attend her sister. Pine-Tar-IIon- - Millions of Bottles of Dr. Bell's used annuallv is good evidence that it is a good remedv for LaCrippe. coughs &EEDS GuinnteedtoPleau Northern WA Pur I rinterihooldtet the .Ererr Gardener ana G rown ,KiUi.crip,preWrvaHolA.roke colds, and all throat and bronchial troubles. Look for the Bell on the Bottle. Sold every wheie. nut. fUB.ltlU UUr . a FaBlmin UULLLttTlON . 1 ...n..."""-'"- 0 v.,.to. i ... - will FOB 10 m'zv: y.v rawamuilklH, -' .... .1 specibl rrn CFNTC , . Seeda. . to. a. i.o o. Why Not Trade At the slore where you can get everything you need and save hunting all over town for some cle not kept by other merchants. arti- down wagon, muddy and mad. And just here I want to call your attention to Sec. 222 Kentucky Statutes in regard to your fences being in the county roads. You have moved your fences out into the roads all over this county. There is no room for the road. All roads are 80 feet wide and that 80 feet does not belong to vou, it belongs to the county The Fiscal court has directed mo to proceed along this line and see tnat all tences are moved back out of the county roads, and I now serve notice on you to that effect that in repairing your fences along public county roads this spring and by May 15th you had better give " us our 80 feet. If not the overseer with his lands will remove it for you. Do not wait to see if your neighbor puts his fence back but all of you do it as good citizens. Don't Pleasant Walters, who has for some time been in very poor health seems to bo gradually growing weaker. Mrs. SUTHEBlilW S' EJGLE He SALVE Good for Nothing but tho Eyes iWUTvkUMCblanmrM TO ltose St. Rockford, Illinois ANTI-PAI- N DR. BELL'S For Internal and External Pains. SALT! Just retrieved a car load of the genuine l 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 Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County and every article is the quality you may demand and the Price is Always Right. Give us your irade this year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. Goods delivered free to all be stubborn and wait for the Strong arm of the law to make you do, but all neighbors go hand n hand, begin early in the spring and make a good high broad 80 feet road with a good ditch on either side clean through your neighborhood and your humble servant, will do any and everything in his power to as- parts of the city. Don't forget the place. C. SHIMFESSEL. sist you in your good work, and will see that those few that lives in each community who don't want any road nor anything else puts in full time on the road or withGoorgo btephens in the county jiil. Since thosn hard times have met us face to face, George don't feed as well as "Wo must have good roads Yours, this good year. M. A. Phillips, County Attorney. The Court of Appeals has decided .that a City Council in Ken 280 pound at $1.50 a Barrel 7 Bushel " $1.85 We also have a line of General Merchandise m which we are selling at a close margin. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. 'if county would put their heads to gother and rush up their Sprin work ahead of time got their I'L'IIMSIIED KVKlir T1IUK8DAY. plowing and fencing done early Subscription rates SI a year or three and take one week off tho first of April with their teams nnd put, Tears in advance S3. the roads then in repair, w J. E. Hurglicr, I'ublishcr. could have tho better roads al Entered as second-clas- s mail matter, surinir and summer.- But wil they do it? Thursday, Jan. JG, 1911 Perry M. Shy, assistant to M O. Rankin, Commissioner of Ag CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub riculture, after his term of office gcribers, we have arranged club rates will not hold onto office with the with the following papers at pricee deathly grip of most politicians below mentioned : but will embark in tho poultry The Times and business. If the other Republi Courier-Journ$1.00 ti Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 can aspirants for office in Ken Louisville Commercial 75 tucky could see as far ahead as powers that they, offer One HunHome and Farm 75 Mr. Shy they would do likewise dred Dollars for, any cuse that it - THE TIMES. If all tho farmers in Powell -- al Sioo Reward. $ioo. The readerBof.'thls paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci ence has been able to .cure in al its stages, and that ia Catarrh Hall's Catarrh' 'Cure is the only pxiivc cure niw known to medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dieoaso, requires Hall constitutional treatment Catarrh cure is taken internally. acting .directly upon the olood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, aim giving the pa tient strength by "building up the constitution and. assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work" have so much faith in its curative Specials for December Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, Capes and Silk Petticoats. MenVSh6es,$2.00 $2.50and$3.00 they In an adjoining county the Board of Supervisors raised some real estate of u to $1500. The land which they raised to $1500 had been bought for $700 but a short time before and could have been bought from the presest owner any day for $1,000 but the Board was smart (?) you know and must do some thing. We see no need of spend ing money lor nn assessment in the county any more, and why ask a property owner what he lias and what it is worth? The Board of Supervisors will take care of that and raise you, there by saying you have lied about your property. We know. Let the ollice of assessor be annulled as it amounts to nothing. It on ly causes property owners to swear lies. In nine cases out of ten when property owners give in their land too low it is because they know it is going to be raised it matters not how they list it. . non-reside- The Democratic papers all over the State are lining up for one candidate or the other and in dulge in saying some very hard things against the other man This is all wrong. The Times shall take no hand in running down anycaudidato in the behalf of another. We are aiming to support tho nominees whoever they may be and do not propose to have support the man wo may v say mean if inings auout. it is ruinous to the party and only helps to elect Republicans in the final race. It matters not whether it is a primary or convention so it is fairly held. The primary of course is tho Democratic way of selecting nominees and but one objection can be had to this way and that is the expense to candidates. Wo see that there is now a movo to hold the primary by volunteer officers and make tho only cost to candidates bo the printing of ballots. Good. We are in on that. ? . . Olarcuce LoBus, former Presi dent of the Burley Tobacco So ciety sold his tobacco for an av Broken Lines, while last erage of more than 20 cents the other day, some of his crop bring ing as high as forty cents and it was bought by the American To Do your postal savings bank bacco Company. Mr. LeBus tried ing eany. to help other farmers get this price for their tobacco but they Powell Lodge No. 645, F. & A. M. Clay City, kyy Jim. 19th 1911 would not let him. Whereas, The Great Architect of Tne prospective reductiop in the Universe from earth the Senate of the Republican ly labor to that eternal rest our be in loved Brother, John Carr, who was majority from twenty-sevethe present Congress, to eight in made a Masonry July 15th. 1905. .""iV ... ... .... 1 the next Congress indicates the unu wno aeparutnis me uecew probability of complete control ber 27, 1010; of the United States Senate and Kesoived, tnafwhiie we mourn government by the Democratic that one link in'oUr golden chain party after the election of 1012 is broken, we bow," in humble submission to the will of Him who do- An Atlanta school teacher has eth all things well, and who prom received over 1,000 proposals of ises that our partings will be but marriage since it was announced temporary and our meetings eternal that she is to inherit $100,000. if we only love" and serve him. aien wno need tne money are Reso'ved, that in his death our always on the lookout for an Lodge has lost a true and consist opportunity. ent member, the'co'rnmumty" a char T and "It took Montgomery countv itable and nobleman vnd-wiften y.ears to gain thirty-fou- r in little son a loyal .husband and de population and but a few days voted father. to lose six of them. We hope Resolved, that we extend to his to see our Bluecrass neighbor family our deepest- - sympathy in their .bereavement. mprove later. PROUD OF HER CAKES, Resolved, that a record of these Bread and pies the woman is who Watch for the millionaire resolutions be spread on our min has made them from Hope Mills' twenty years hence who will tell utes, and a copy bo published in tho you he got his first start by de- Musonlc Home Journal, and a copy flour. Success in bread or cake positing his savings in the U. S. do sent to liis family. baking is always suro to follow L. P. Keith, postal savings bank as a little ") when you use this high grade and J. W. Jevvell, Commmittee. boy. satisfactory flour, sold everywhere. Thomas Edge, ) Give everyone tho benefit of the doubt. We may get Btung Dr. Bell's onco in a while, but the aggre For Coughs and Colds.. gate profits will overbalance. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. fails to cure. Send for list of tes- imonials. -, Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. ' Take Hall's Family Pills for con il stipation. il $1.50. Boys' Clothing, Overcoats, Suits, and Pants. has-callc- n Mrs. J. W. Williams. bm IHT 0 T Pine-Tar-Hon- ey There are lots of days now you an pick up a daily paper and not have to read what Teddy did yesterday. Wouldn't old Andrew Jackson be proud if he could see us Dem ocrats now, as we celebrate Jackson day. Honesty Rewarded. Somo forty years ago a Louisi-n- a DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK that every time you TTTTTtTTtTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTt .. r F INSURE WITH loivtualcy. InNuranoe A.gon.tm f 4 'r 4' " 'V TTTf SPEND A DOLLAR not only the dollar is gone, but the P. A. LYON & SON. Tli of JEtiHtom ) JLteiMlliig: When You See The Bell On the bottle you have our guarangrowers uow sav cut tee that you are getting the beat Tobat out the crop. Wo can't see how cough and cold remedy. Dr. Bell's they In traveling over the country in other counties as well as Powell we see school houses with the doors standing open wide, lights broken out by the wholesale, and the lights were out before tho schools were clos-ed- . Wo can't help but wonder what the new school tax law benefits. Wo have failed to 6eo any of the benefits so far, and have come to the conclusion that this law is of but little value to anybody though it takes lots of mon-e- y to keep it goim: and saddles muui Heavier tax on the people. The Times don't like the new school law. The money Jiad far better be spent on our roads. win-(low INTEREST?on - planter died, leaving his son an estate upon which there was a mortgage of forty thousand dol- ars. There was a flaw in the mort gage by which tho son, a young man just out of his teens, could egally avoid paying it. But ho sturdily refused to takeadvntagu of suclm technicality,and foryears abored on, not discouraged by successive bad crops, until he had paid tho last dollar of the debt it far Represented Over $200,000,000 ETERNITY? Better save tbat.doUar and the interest on it depositing it with us in our Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line. IUU.IU(.lllWUUJUJUJILIlJlllUlUiUIUIUI.I, SAVINQS FRUIT and SHADE DEPARTMENT. tiib- TREES. Everything for that young man became Chief Justice of tho Untied States. Clay 'City ORCHARD, LA)m, and bARUtztS. Write V SPECIAL OFFER: W V V f . I I r, SEEDS ft) fcaM New BaUaru. AttlalltOl ciutomrr. - TMU U ' wk J jrou oar pmuutl Prttc Cgl'cUoa Wi . to-da- y; tUKANTKIil TO laL'AkJC . r.hllt.,12iiI wi a 1 I tor Free, Catalogue, Write Mention this Paper. I National Bank, Clay City, Ky. CAPITAL, "FIPTVi'TllOUSAND Mo Agent a. I ImwmiiiIiii SEND 10 CENTSTalaaVU ta4 rwt taU llM 1 I H. LEXINGTON, P can be growers of tobacco and nt the same time not raise a hi-'J".end. - Pine-Tar-Ho- ny usern. has millions of At ull dealers. Hlllenmeyer Sons, '. t sat-ibfi- - KY. i? Sherman Lewis, of Morgan Increased Sales. county, has been appointed The Kentucky .Association for itate Deputy Marshal for the Study and Prevention of Tuthe Eastern District of Kentucky berculosis reports form its relo succeed (Jlint Allen, wiio was turns up to date that tlio total PAFRR. killed in AN ALL a Mt. Sterling saloon number of Christmas Seals sold Christinas. 'n Kentucky last month were Jan. 2(5, 3011. THURSDAY, l2in.7-ns ncninst lfifl.091 sold A Mel last year (not ..including LouisThat-livten years must have LOCAL BREVITIES. ville) a gain of nvoro than 78052. merit. Dr. Bell's 'Simon Wills, of Oamnrgo, is has been sold for sixteen yearn, and There are still a few cities to be with friends near the city. gales have increased every year. So heard from. Lexington stands first among the cities in the mini George P. Burke, the Kosslyn you lun no risk. We guarantee it. her of Seals w.ith 51,100; Padu-ca- h all dealers. miller, was in tlio city yesterday. At THE TIMES. HOME-MADE - No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach Is strong all over. No man can he strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion, or from some other disense ol the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a lrw of the nutritioh contained m iuuU, wlticu is luu mjuIcj i uii pnyniiul strength. When a man "doesn't feel just right," when he doesn't Sleeo well, has an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, be is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. A strong man - ea !'' Pine-Tar-Hon- -- '85 00 Silk Petticoats during December for 83 50 at Mrs. Williams'. G. P. Douglas, of Levee, Rave our office an agreeable call Tuesday. r of Stanton, Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Shimfessol. Mrs. S. T. Hall, sp'e,nt Dr. Martin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Strander Merrill, Tuesday, January 24. Your last wintir underwear may not be heavy enough, see us beforo Mrs. J. W. Williams. buying. t ,Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Coulee, of might be living.today, if it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery" writes A. D. McDonald, of Fayetteville, N. C. It. F. D. No. 8, "for weboth.had frightful coughs that no othor remedy could help. We were told my sistei had consumption. She was very weak and had night sweats but your wonderful mebedicine completely cured us both. It's the best I ever used or heard of." For sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage.lagrippe.asthma, hay fever, croup, whooping cough, all bronchial troubles, its su- preme. Trial bottle free. 50c and lbertWelch, of Stanton has property loses money thereby, $1. Guaranteed by Swann-Da.'OciiJod 'toeaVe'tho county" and the; clerk or his bondsmen must Lumber Co's store make the loss good. for this reason will sell his perFarm for Sale Solves a Deep Mystery. sonal property at public sale. Containing 33 acres one and "I want to thank you from the miles from Clay City, well Oharlie Welch, of Bourbon bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. watered, good buildings and outcounty, came up yesterday to Ruder, of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for buildings, --close to church and to move make arrangements the wonderful double double benefit school and well fenced. All under back to his farm near this city I got from Electric Bitters, in curcultivation but about 8 acres which next week. ing me of both a severe case of will afford plenty of firewood. At You should eeo our line of trunks stomach trouble and of rheumatism, least 10 acres of good tobacco land. suit cases, telescopes and traveling from which I had been un almost For further particulars call ut helpless sufferer for ten years. It this office. bags before buying. Mrs. .1. W. Williams. suited ray case as though made just For dyspepsiu, indiges- Dr. beii sMntisepuotalve for me." A wreck on the L. & E. occurGood for all Skin Diseases. tion, jaundice and to rid the system red Friday about, ten miles this of kidney poisons that cause rheuside of Athol, the first station matism, Electric Bitters has no ft iTOfyW TZXV7S1 this side of Jackson in which fireTry them. Every bottle is nAPiTAr. Rfonrc. suoo.ooo man 0. B. Vance, of Lexington, guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c K SURPLUS AND UN- was killed. Lumber Co.'s store. at Swann-DuDIVIDED PROFITS. 100.OOO 3 Elder W. W. Strickland, of Morehead, will preach at the THE '.Christian church next Saturday Sunh night Sunday at eleven and WlNOIIBTBK, KV. OF day night. Everybody invited to come out and hoar him. 3 gjjgPE KALB.ILlI KANSAS cr t E N.HOU.Y WlTBUlSrOO!f, PBKSi He Never dot His Money K W. R. Spiiar. OAsmun. 3 "back. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve cured his eyes and he did not want K VOUR ACCOUNTS SOWOIT10D H it. Painless and harmless. 25o, at nil dealers. y y one-ha- lf fc? y Mt. Sterling, visited Dr. and Mrs. Martin the first of the week. est, snresl cure for burnp, wounds, bruises, boils, sores. It xuhdues John W. Oonleo, of Mt. Ster- inflammation. It soothes and ling, was the gucstof his daugh- heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ter, Mrs. Wm. O. Martin a Tew ulcers or piles. Onlv 25c at Swann-Dadays the first of the week. Lumber Co.'s store. Prof. E. O. Fox, principal the Our Millinery department is teemWinchester city schools commit- ing with all the pretty creations of ted suicide.Tuesday evening af: the season. tor school hours by bringing. Mrs. .1. W. YA'i'liams. What Can We Say The Court. of Appeals holds More than if you are not satisfied that where a county clerk makes of tec using Sutherland's Eagle Eye a mistake in recording a mortSalve wo "will refund your money. gage under the wrong name, and 25c. at all dealers. the purchaser of the mortgaged Henderson;, no report; Georgo We acknowledge Teceiptof $2 town 18,248; Oynthiana 8500. on subscription from Mrs. J. M. Dr. BelPa Hall, of Grain Valley, Mo.; $1 oach from J. D. McKinney, and Is a houso-holword in every state L. V. McKinney, of Hudson, 111. in the union as well as in several For Grippe, and 50 cents from Mrs. W. D. foreign countries. Lyle, of Grain Valley, Mo. The Coughs, Colds, Asthma and throat Times never had better subscrib-er- s troubles it is the best Sold everythau these. They never for- where. Look for the Bell on the got to renew and keep paid up. Bottle. Theyall have our very best wishGov. Comer, of Alabama celees as do all former Kentuck-ians- . brated Christinas by pardoning 100 convicts from the penitenDeath in Roaring Fire s tiary, the convicts enmay not result from the work of joyed it too. ' firebugs, but often severe burns are cansed that make a quick need for Saves two Lives. Bucklen' Arnica Salve, the quick"Neither my: sister nor myself ey Valuable Subscribers. 47800; Owensboro 1402(3; THE WHOLE BODY. You can't afford to accept a tecrtt nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine of known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. a matt should use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It cures dlseasfs of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood. Invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES IIE71LTH UNO STRENGTH TO Such d We have the largest and most plete line of com- STOVES to We-gues- be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cooking heating stoves. and Come in arid give us a look. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Clearan Sale i AU of our Fall & Winter goods nre going ut Reduced prices. Full it Winter Millinery GoodF, Dry Goods, Notions, Winchester Bank, Men's tind Roys' Clothing, Shoes, Hat8,'(Shirts, Undenreur, Overshoes, Raincoats nnd Work Coats. Sewing Machines, Cook Stoves, Etc. It will pay you who are interested in saving money to tako advantage of this opportunity. We will give you reduced prices on all Full and Winter Goods as long as they last, but will call your special attention to the following lines which on account of being tho most on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. -- The Times print shop is over run with job work this week which reminds us of better days. Let the business como along, we will try. and. handle it. We have 'found out one thing, it takes inoliey to run a paper nnd at the same time get a living out of it. Old a a J, A A A A J TTTTTTTT1 ti V iti jfc v V V V iii V V V i J.P.flAUPPIN, Watchmaker .5 Jeweler. 1 Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys ulothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Women's Overshoes in Arotios and Rubbers. Shoes, Wool Soldier Tortured. . "For years 1 si'tforod unspeakafrom indigestion, con. Hupauon huu uvur irouuio, wrote A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Pa.j "but Dr. King's New Pills fixed me all right. jjpUfe .They're 'simply great." Try them p'for any .stomaou, liver or kidney trouble. , Only 25ou iSvyuun-Dac Lumber Qo'sT atoro. E-ri- e, ble torture All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing ou Short Notice mid Reasonable lerms. bA I GUARANTEED. Une of and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool and Cotton Bed Blankets, Cook Stoves and and Sewing Machines. S i Union Look Poultry Fenoe tlM SqaAK, Mt MffieMbto (mm toff k. Th dM lac f jrjL.ETt.. ItMlW 9t (bin jl 1 1,1,1. 'Jewelry Call and & Spectacles. KENTUCKY. ee me In the Red River Hotel BuHdiHg, y f.. .11 purpoM. usio rsr e..'sS4. m. , iwu our. .Ui. Wilt Ut MkiDf Vt fHUK tu CLAY CITY,, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Marshal's Sale of Real Estate for Taxes. As Marshal of the town of Clay City Ky., and Collector of Municipal tuxes for said city, I will oa Saturday, February 11, 1011, ;t the School House door, in said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. proceed to sell for casli in hand, the following real estate in said city or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the tax due fi.iid city and graded school district, together with all costs and penalties to be later added, as follows : Anderson, Nannio B. , adjoining Noah Anderson , for 8 2.00 the year l!)08, Anderson, Geo. W. Jr., adjoining Matt Conlee, for 10.05 the year 1908, Alford, Geo. W., adjoining Mandy Payne, for the year 1908, 2.03 Adams, W. T., adjoining Ben Hiley, for the years 11.30 1908, 1009 and 1910, Kurgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 5.02 Burgher, II. G., adjoining G. M. Derickson, for 1908 9.37 and 1009, Burgher, V. K., adjoining ( Bowman, for 100S, 1909 nrl 1010, a--J Eaton. Alice, and Laura O'- Burnett A. J. adjolningW. E. Renr, adjoining Presby-teriu- n Moore for 1009, Barker Wm, adjoining F. M. church, for 1908, Hutchinson for 1909 and 1909 and 1910, 15.75 1010, Flinchum heirs, adjoining N. Ballard, T. B." adjo'nlng NeMcintosh for 1908, 1909 gro church for 1009 and and 1010, 2.80 1910, Ilainnums, i'liilip, adjoining Cornott C. J. adjoining Pete Dock Phillips for 1908, Phillips for.1909 and 1010 1909 and 1910, C.75 Duncan, 0. W, (non reei Ililey, B. adjoining W. dent), adjoining Kentucky Union- Company, T. Adams for 1908, 1909 for 1909 and I0i0, G.fiG and 1910, Lyle, G. W. fcff. adjoining R. Johnson, Wm., ndjohiing L. Shimfessel for 1009 Charlie Potts and J. B. and 1910,;A Eaton, balance for 1908 Liltlepage, Mrs B. (non resiand years 1909 and dent) adjoining J. E. 1910, Burgher, for' 1909 and 7.57 1910, Kine, Joe, adjoining Mandy Moore, Wm. adjoining Mrs. Payne, for 1908, 1909 Andp son, for 1909, and 1910, 8.52 Mountz Bros, adjoining W. Mcintosh, N., adjoining R. II. Neal for '1009 and P. Rose for 1908 and 1910, 1.45 4.28 3.75 2.00 l, - 4. CO 1.50 15.00 Hall Lutio adjoining A. M. 1.50 Burgher for 1910, 94 Lowd Bello for 1910, Maxwell Elizabeth adjoining to take Cardul, for your female C.75 J. T. Bellis for 1910, troubles, because wo are sure It Martin Ollio adjoining Eliz Remember that will help you. 37 abeth Maxwell for 1010. this great female remedy MiUobrr" Joint's (non adjoins school 1.50 WINE house for 1010, McKinney Ray adjoining G. OF w . .Lyle sr for iuiu, 70 McPherson John adjoining G. has brought relief to thousands of tf.UU M. Derickson for 1U1U. other sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, Wm. Pottss Charlie adjoining V 4 at t t tt. periodical pa!ns, female o.uu Mcintosti lor xmlv, many havo. said It Is "the Stokley George adjoining F. Try Itl best medicine to take." IV w, r. Tracy tor t. Sold in This City A. T. PETTIT, ' Marshal Clay City, Ky. We Ask You I reel-den- t) CARD U I weak-nes- s. ar m Jv 1.50 Subscribe for the Times. Subscribe for the Times. 1910, Mitche), Clarence, adjoining Frank Daniel, for 1908, Newkirk, .J. T., udjoining Phil Hammans, balance 1908, 1909 and 1910, Page, J. K., (tjon resident) adjoining John Kirk and e'.c, tor 1908, 1909 und 1910, 5.25 7.31 Maxwell Mrs. George ndjoin- 75 ing Chas ' Potts for 1909, 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 Page property 1909, 1.12 . Woman's Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from female ailnifints. Some women suffer morn nnntnlv nnrl I more constantly than others. But whether you have TTM1 nil 18.79 Bellis, J. T., adjoining John Maxwell, for 1908 and 1909, Bellis, Wm., adjoining Geo. Yr. Powell, for 1008, Brush, Caswell, adjoinining 1'nue property for 1908, 1909 und 1010, 13.G1 1909 and 1910, 7.88 Wright S. J. adjoining Paje Bauuh, Wm., adjoining W. property for 1908, 2.25 E. Moore, for 1908, 1909 Anderson, S. J adjoining 7.50 and 1910, Matt Conlee for 1909 Cain, Amos, adjoining E. and 1910, 0.00 Stokioy, for 1908, 3.00 Clay City Boiler Mills, for 10.00 1908, school tax only, Daniei, Frank, adjoining It. L. Shimfessel for 1908, 7.87 1909 and 1910, People-FREDerickson, G. M adjoining II. G. Burgher, for 1909 1.1 . adjoining Darickson, J Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Kentucky Union Company, balance for 1908, SENT FREE. 13.02 1909 and 1910, Payne, Mandy, adjoining Joe King, for 1908 andlfllO 4.50 Phillips, Dock, adjoining Phil Hammnns, forlOOS, 1909 and 1910, 14.18 Ringo, v. II., adjoining N. 8.77 Walters, for 1908, . C. G.87 1909 and 1910, Ringo, S. C, adjoining Mrs. 4.12 Hockinharnmer, for 1908 1909 and 1910, 9.38 2.25 Itingo J. P., adjoining Charlie Phillips, for 1908, Warruouth H. 0. adjoining Mountz Brbsfor 1909 and 1910, 37.38 Woolery James adjoining Mrs. Anderson for, 1909 and 1910. 2.25 Burgher Mrs. BeUy ndjoininrr G M. Derickson for 1910 3.75 Blount Lizzy adjoining Page 1.12 property for!910 Carr Harvy adjoining J. M. 3.75 Kennon for 1910, Conlee & Rogers adjoining W. H. Neal for 1910, 9.75 Conlee Matt adjoining M. Rose for 1910, 3.75 Carr Sam adjoining Ky. Union Co. for 1910, 8.02 Daniel Kate adjoining Mrs. Littlepage for 1910, 1.87 Eaton C. C. adjoining R. P. Rose-- for 1910,-- : 4.87 should take Wine o Cardui and get relief. Cardui is a safe, natural medicine.! for wornon. Inronnrnrl smnnt.iflcn.llv from hnrmlp.Ks in- I j n T" i 1 i it acts easuy on tne iomaie organs ana greaienis. xi I gives sirengm ana lone to tne wnoie system. vno-pfnTil- n 1 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Verna Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. She writes : "Cardui has done more for me tV..m I can describe. Last spring I was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was ablo to do my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES $5.00 Recipe Cures Sick E Discovery ; SUfTORY East-Bound. OF L. - & E. Tltf E TflSLE. 'West-Bound. No. 2, Daily. P. M. 2:2" 3:05 3:20 3:34 3:50 3:58 4:05 4:14 4 :30 No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. , I" Nj'-,.. Daily Ex. Sun. A. M. No. 3. Dal'y- . 5- - Sunday Only. A.( M. 11 P. M. C . 7:35 8:13 8:2G Lexington, A'iiicheter, L. & E. 1 60 YEARS' WiAii 1hBexperience f Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. quickly Ascertain our opinion free whether an Inrention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK onl'atenu tent free. Oldest agency (or securingpatents. fatenta taken through Munn tt Co. receive tptcial nolfce, without charge. In the A handsomely Htnitrated weekly, I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, in a plain ordinary sealed envelope to any one who me for it. Just send mo your name and address ut once arid you will receive the recipe by return mail, charges paid. 1 will also send you free of charge my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. T think, it is my duty to help suffering huinauity to this extent, and hope you will be one of the thousands who are being cured daily by this wonderful discovery. Sit down toduv and write me, as vou may not see this oiler again. I know my treatment is a safe and sure cure for Rheumatism, Dia will-write Junction, Scientific American tareest cir- culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 13 a rear! four months, L gold by all newsdealers. MUNN&Co6'8 Uranch Office. CBS New York V 8U Washington. U, U . m. Duinont betes, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipttion, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impttiu The Following CUNNHC5TIONS are made Daily Except Siinduy.. Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with til'1 C. & O. RailBlood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all L. St E. 'Junction: way for Ml Sf.rling, Ky. Urio Acid Diseases. Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Moon Cnmpton Junction: Box 2094 Dr. D. J. WALSH, Boston, Mass. tain Central Railway hr passengers to and from Camptrn, Kv Nos. 2 will connert with the L. & A. Beattyville Junction: for Beattyville, Ky. O. & K. Junction: Nos. 3 and 4' will connect with the O. it K. Rail, SAVE YOUR FOWLS I way for Oannel Citv, Ky and way fta ons. Bourbon Poultry Cure IsrecoRnlzedas the standard poultry remedy o(t lie world. It U the ono remedy that can bo depoudtU on prevent certainty to euro Bail-wa- 4:35 4:47 5:10 0:05 0:10 8:42 0:02 9:10 9:15 9:22 9:38 9:43 U:6(j ' Indian Fields, CLaY CITY, Stanton, Uowlyn, Filsmi, Cnmptnn ' 10:17 11:15 11:20 11:35 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jot, O. it K. Junction, Jnnctlon, "' Jackson, 0:55 9:12 0:00 8:45 8:25 8:15 8:09 8:03 7:48 7:45 7:30 7:07 0:15 0:10 :05 5:20 5:07 4:53 4:35 4:26 4:20 4:14 3:57 3:55 10:25 0:40 0:34 9:20 2 8:54. S:1S 8:42 :28 S:2fi 3:4l 3:20 2:25 2:20 11:40 8:15 7:54 7:05 :00 y with absolute FrrouiKir obtained In all countries on NO Uantats and Hrnd Sketch. Mixtt-- or Wiotu. for on iafpiiiAMiKjr. I'atrtit pract ruse UweiUllalvtly. BANK KcriRINCIt. 1 cents In atamua for lnvalnal.u Wlr nr. Diarrhoea llmberneck.drop lu low W Vi'ln.T. n.J.. Jill rIIBT, II Mtcnt law and oUirr valuable lutoruiatlon. report 8nl A tliu drlnklut; water keepj towls Deiltby and fret) from disease A 6eo bottli makes 13 Kallons of mcdlclnu. i'or tbo treatment ot Blackhead und oiner dljeaseu la turkeys Gnpcs, Cholera, Iloup, and ull exlstlDvt forms and ot poultry FACTORY PBOFIT-SHiniN- G PIANO CLUB. FACTORY K::t; f.-.l D, 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS Mm. W.W.Rslitan Hooklniviile. Kv.. Mr K.P. Clir.rI..Ky.,sT:"Laityr "I hundred! ol chlekms fiee fiom capes hsvabccnrsltlae chickens lorncatW filiyyeiis snd I I HouibanPoalttvCuielsihuiO',tt4tiilacioiyicincdy Ly civitiirlhem llmirbni, Poultry Cure, I find I have ever used tor Cholera sud Gapes." It a sure cure tor Choleia sad MJnberneck,1 1- Maniif.ritrMl t" t Iniwnn.J VMS XJ aWH(UU J tff pnr Dottl. 1 All Leading DruooUts. 60o Trial Vial Frae. Bare ull selling expense im well u jobbers', tleulers' uml sullcltors' prollt. Club Prloe. Retail Prloe. Join My Piano Ohib. $172.00 S222.BO Iv: DO EQUAL $278.00 SOCB.OO J, "Mwjiitwyyy tlxl S07B.OO lEulGctiric Succeed when everything else fails. In neivou3 prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, na thousands have testified. It is the best nicdlcluc ever cold n'a counter. 9 drtj "'I Makes you a member sonde a piano to your homo and saves you the middlemen's profit. $480.00 tlBM $u8a.oo an . ijmkpm.-- i r,w $248. OO Bitters rvr II aiuvviciv Clay City. ot ou., - otul So the couj.uit Keeps up your dues and In case of death gives you receipt in full for your A WEEK plaro. -- w1 Stanton. FOR KIDfJEYsLIVER AtlD STOMACH TROUBLE rilllA i H Sail H HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Writs (or i.t miiBtlonliin this ad. AND HIDES Tsmtw. I today HOME ' ' fontal iRoest quality, Ufilimitca ffaaraateo, satisfaction or mouev refunded. till itreatcr reduction ur uiluir oar coupon plan, uuii or write lor ex plaDatory booklet at ouce. a . U. EVANS y All " Pianoi Ninth and Loeuit. Dat Uolnaa. HN0 It. MNurCTUnrni MU.'T tV Jy dr-S . , jf I JOHN WHITES CO, from Factory