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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 2, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911020201_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.): February 2, 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. ( THE CLAY fCITY TIMES. i.oo a Year in Advanc;. We are here to help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .1. R. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XrI. CLAY CITY, KY, THURSDAY, Died In Asylum. FEBRUARY The all-roun- d 2. J9I1. man may also be will XO. b . Will Run an Agricultural Train. Henderson Wise, of Union Hall, who has been confined in the Lexington asylum since some time last fall died m that institution Tuesday, January 24th, of pneumonia. The remains were ricultural demonstration train taken to Union Hall Wednesday over tho lines of that system in for burial. Deceased leaves a Kentucky, beginning March G, wife. He was a son of Wm, and continuing one week. The Wise, the well known watch and train will make about twenty-fiv- e clock repairer, and was a splenstops on the trip, each stop did and competent young man lasting one hour, during which until his afflictions came upon time the farmers in that section him. are invired to come on board and Change at the Postofflce. witness several scientific demonMiss Ada Johnson has assumed strations and hear short lectures on agricultural topics. her duties at the postofflce relieving the retiring postmaster, Miss Effect of Good Roads. Bertha Ma pel who has moved The Oouuty Board of Equalizawith her father to In i le. Miss tion of Allen county has adjourAda is worthy successor to Mi6s ned. It placed the assessed val- Bertha who was the best p uation of the cdtmty at $2,511,744, we ever saw. She leaves an increase of "$203,744 over last Clay City carrying with her tho year. This increase is accounted best wishes of every patron of for almost" entirely T)y the build- the Clay City postofflce. ing of gravel roads throughout the county. Allen county is the Oround Hog Day. originator of the plan to build Today is Ground Hog day and roads with the F.scal Court ap- will forecast the weather for the and the oth- remainder of the winter. We like propriating one-haer half being raised by fair weather, but if therp is any thing in Mr. Ground Hog's po . nostications, we hope it will be (ireely Day. cloudv today bo he can't get a Schools all over, Kentucky will be asked to observe February 8 glimpse of his .shadow. as Greeley duy and to have exe -Elder J. G. Parsons, of Irvine, oises which will call the attention haBacceptedhetrslhiifr-Powellftf- i of.Fhe ohlVdVari'to thegreat newsVulpy church and preached Ins paper man. Prof. Elsworth Be-- g first sermons there in a pastorial us cin has preprared a i capacity Saturday an 1 Sunday. for that day, and sug- Elder J. T. Turpiu preached at gests to tho teachers in the schools Kiddville Sunday. that it be follo.vod if they care -lf Following tho example of a number of Western agricultural institutions, the College of Agriculture of State University lias with the decided, in Southern railroad, to run an ag- drave. Situation. The tobacco situation throughout Kentucky is becoming grave since two widely differentiated factions are springing up, each of which scem&determined in its present stand, ; Those in favor of the "cut out'; policy for 1911 claim a majority, which is possi bly true, buttho minoritv that J is in iavor 01. growing uuriug ins coming scason'fs steadfast in its determination "to follow out this m ot Farm Journal Gems. Yaughn's Mill. natfield and family move this week to Pike county, W. Va. Mr. Geo. square. to do so. "Free" Send 12 name" and addresses of Music Rraders written plainly, and get a copy of your New song book free, No. 9 Windows of Heaven. John 15. Vuughan, Athens, Gn. Why Not Trade At the Store gallon of seed corn to as many as Farm of 44 acres and 9 poles 1 liftv bovs in each county with miles from Clay City. Good build which toulant-thisacrof ground ings, well watered, close to church Boys, if you want to compete for and school. Lot of tie timber on a prize see superintendent i. u .Profitt and get the seed corn. place and more coming on. A. D. Willii.ms, Louisville, the Convention Cltyv Clay City, Ky. Kentucky newspapers are giv ing Louisville a boost as the meeting place for tho next Deni ocratio National Convention which will have tho honor of e For Sale. conduct your affairs that your I desire to thank my kind neighbors will set the cilice run friends and relatives for the nice iculties will arigffcin Montgomery county if an attempt to raise ning after you. basket dinner and many presents, crop is made; W'the "cut out" which I received on Jan. 18th, i. January-bein- g men ore allegedto have been in the Mm imiinrir.v. month, is usually the coldest being my 88rd birthday. "J .(W Wesley Garrett. month in the year or winter. But DlDlonasifer Boys. not so this time, we had more CommissionetSj&f Agriculture , cold weather in November than I. tr m. u. ivanKin'inrougu me r uciuh ty Superintendentibf Schools of we had in January. Frtth, Reliable. Pure the State will 'tVy and interest 0. J. Davis, of Vaughn's Mill, uunietd toPUata ..Erery Qtrdener tnd boys of this Stafem the growth and one of Powell county's Planter should tut the of corn an&in'jtfcfojway proposes brightest young school teachers' to organize boywbrn clubs and ireMhenvj ty" iefcijfetlJfor.prizeii has enteredtheEastern Kentucky I I I Tl DUMUUI DV1IUU1 Ul IVIUIIIIIUUU, He win give uipiownB w uu u ten and lain the State, between A Cough in. 10 teen years old who will grow one Is a dangen signal and should not1 t pkf. talMarawUf CUrr It. 10 acre of corn during the year 1911 tl. and get more than sixty bushels be neglected. Take Dr. Bell's Write today E.n4 10 I,.. tmUti at once. It allays IWWI With Oar Nam an Mil la UIpfi.. ti..:' ini of corn therefrom, ihe departTRanl ment, throueh the County Super- - inflammation, stop the cough and lttffEA'LNOR'I'II1SRN 8EKD CO. at. KockfortJ. IlllnoU intendents will furnish one-haheals the membranes. Soma men are I nrn irnnd. l.ut more are made good by their wives. One of the very best rolls for breakfast is a prompt roll out ot bed. The hum of industry bears no relation whatever to the of the lazy man. Time is money, but it requires d.. policy. a great deal of time to convince A red-hmeeting was held on some folks of that fact. January 28 at Mt. Sterling to as When the pay is $9 a week it certain the positions of Mont- is a job; when the compensation gomery countygrowers in regard is $25, it is a position. to the "cut out&plun for 1911 We are disposed to say unkind The meeting, while marked with things about the mule, but the enthusiasm on 6Vth sides, brought no results and srious trouble be- - fact remains that there are many tween the proiujjind cons in re men who are worse kickers. Never run for au office; better gard to the 1911crop was avert ed by the presence of cool heads to so comport yourself and os ho-liu- Mr. Corbett Davis has entered school at Richmond for the remainder of the winter. Mrs. Morgan McKinncy and niece, Eldora Dunaway, visite l friends and relatives at Winchester last week. Miss Nannie Bush entertained quite a crowd of young folks at. her home Monday night in honor of her guests the Misses Hatfield. Mrs. Chas. Bush has returnc home from a week's visit to her sisters, Mrs. Bert Barnett, of Clark county, and Mrs. Joe in Fayette county. 1 Shim-fessel, It A Card of Thanks. is predicteditlnit Eerious diff- mid-wint- er v T- - SEEDS I 1 - X I ey A lf SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N Good for Nothing but the Eyes For Internal and External Pains where you can get everything you need arti- and save hunting all over town for some cle not kept by other merchants. Our Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County and every article is the quality you may demand and the naming the Democratic nominee The Gateway for President. city is equipped with au auditorium ably suited to the needs of such a convention and Kentucky hospitality, such as is found .in no other place on earth, would be tendered to the gathering that will offer the choice of the Dem ocratic people for the highest office in this country. Mr. J. M. McDanhel, the noted orator, mountain of Beatty villo, was married Tuessilver-tongue- d SALT! Just recieved 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: day to Miss Harriet McOlure, of Price is Always Right. Give us your trade this year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. (foods delivered free to all Tho many friends Frankfort. and admirers of Mr. MoDaniel in Clay City oxteud cougratula- tions. 280 pound at $1.50 a Barrel 7 Bushel " $1.85 44 parts of the city. Don't forget the place. I There is a convict iii tho Eddy- villo penitentiary serving two years for horse stealing who draw s a regular peusion from the Gov- eminent, and the' other day he 'got a check for a large sum for back pay. v 1 We also have a line of General Merchandise which we are selling at a close margin. C. SHIMFESSEL. A bill introduced by Congress- man Thomas, of Kentucky, would provide for an appropriation of $1,000,000 for the purchase of the Mammoth Gave, or which it is proposed .to make a uatioual Waltersville, Ky. park. r 1 v THE TIMES. rUBLISIIKO KVKKY THUKSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance S3. .1. 15. Burgher, l'ubllshcr. second-elns- s Entered as mall matter. Thursday, - Feb. 2, 1911, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : Tire Timks and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Commercial 75 75 Home and Farm al J. H: Aldridgo and Perry Wells wero hero a few days this week Wo have a fine college at Stanton and a good school at Clay visiting relatives. City, but what good does it do James Harrison has rented a our country cousins, our roads part of J. T. Weight's farm and i .. n !. .. ' t't come to will move MtnvM oon. town to get the benefit of our Elder George W. Mcintosh dold good schools. They must conle twenty-eigh- t fat;heifers to O. P. here and board to attend our GofF of Indian Fields for 4 cents schools, and they could do that per pound. - . in any other town just as well Saturday and'Sunday aro reg Good schools without good roads country people what ular meeting days at the Baptist are to the when we hope to se'o as a good hook without a line is to church many out as possible. a fisherman. Georgo W. Pasley sold to J.'H. is so much The Courier-Journa- l Aldridgo a nic'e'yearling heifer interested in the liquor business for $25.00. Roscoe Bowman sold distillery slop. The owner of these liens probably had secured a double dose of the singlings at the same time the hens got the slop and in his jolly mood, telegraphed his fancied good recij o to please to the Courier-Journthat paper. al llepresentativd who is not in of State nid for our roads. ta-v- SPOUT SPRING. LOOK For s HERE. come to Ladies' Cloaks, Skrits an d Silk Petticoats both in Price and Quality. our store and we will do our best to please you, We have the goods that it has found a bunch of hens to same that lay more eggs when fed on .$55.00. party-thre- e calves for Dose of Thler Own Medicine. Brigham Roberts, a polygamist ,I)einocrat was elected to the Fif Congress, but by a vote of 804 to 32 was not allowed a scat. The majority of the thou ry-Six- Miss Annie Burgher is visiting friends near here. She and her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Burgher will shortly move back to tho old homestead. is and will not carry them over. Its to your in- terest to see our line and get our Democroatic members voting with the Republicans to unseat The charge was against him. Roberts' morals. Taking this case as a precedent, Representative Macon, of Arkansas will ob- ject to Caleb Powers being sworn into oflice. His contention will be that Powers litis four times and every time he was tried, been convicted of wilful murder and was pardoned by a partisan Gov-eino- r. suili-cie- This he claims is to disbar him from the high position of U. S. Congressman. Congressman Macon thinks the guilt of murder is equally as im moral as polygamy, and feels nt sure the unusual circumstances fully justify Powers' impeach tneut. - ' An Unprogressive County. to years, ana oeueve, mm penecuy Two good things will not al- honorable in all .business transac For instance, good ions and financially able to carry ways mix. whiskey and good business make out any obligations, made by his a poor blend. X, firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. PROUD OF HER CAKES, KEl'ORT OF THE CONDITION inHall's Catarrh Cure is taken Bread and pies the woman is who OF THE ternally, acting directly upon the has made them from Hoi-- Mills' Clay City National Bank blood and mucous surfaces of the flour. Success in bred or cake At Cluy dity in the state of Kentucky, system. Testimonials sent free. buking is always sure to follow at the close of business Jan. "th, 1911. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all " when you use this high yrode and At the regular meeting of the RESOURCES. Dniggists. $50,785 88 Fiscal Court the good roads meas- Loans nnd discounts satisfactory Hour, sold everywhere. Take Hull's Family Pills for ure, which was indorsed by the Overdrafts, scoured and un 3 4 07 secured Congress of Good Roads delegates U.S.Bonds to secure clrenl'n 50,00000 at Louisville, was discussed, Premiums on U.'S. Honds 500 00 15.090 00 County Attonwy Koenon intro? Uonds, securities, etc ' For Coughs and Cold3.. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky, furnituro and dnced a resolution, condemning liankitiL'-liousd.ouu llxtures the measure and calling upon the Other real estate owned 1,000 00 Senator and Represeutativo from Due from Nat'l Hanks (not DID YOU EVER 12 08 this district to vote against the reserve agents) INSURE WITH- bill at the next session of Uhe Duo from approved reserve STOP TO THINK agents iu,uuuu i Legislature, which resolution was 1,170 00 Notes of other Nat'l banks. Unit every time 'you adpoted by the court. Ilarrods- - Fractional paper currency, ui u nickels, aim cents burg He rani. SPEND A; DOLLAR MoneV Hf.sebvb in Hank, viz: Tlio JLtotwliiifT InNuriinco Agontfe f Mercer county is a rich county Lawful of JBuHtoru lContuolcy. $5,255 Si Specie not only the dollar is gone, ' all right, but mess backs aro ov-- , Legal tender notes. 1,880 00 0,035 85 f but the idently in the saddle down there It 'demotion fund with U. S. 2,500 00 Treas'r(5 and this will account for the de-- . Profit and loss of cir'l'n) 21,08151 INTEREST' create in population in this good on it fox 1160,214 18 Total ldsolfislioount, forthepast twen-- ' ty years. Entcrprisit:gcitizensare Every one who knows anything ubout insurance know LIABILITIES. ETERNITY? . only too glad 1 they are leaders in this line. to get away from Capital Btoaknald in 150,00000 such backward places. Better save tliat'doHur and Nat'l bank notes outstanding 50,000 00 Duo to other Nat'l Hunks ... 1,090 22 the interest on .it depositing Trylnjc to Keep us Back, Duo to State and Private ..........V.,lul.,l..il.h.,l.fl.,t..'..'Mi..l..lU.llJi...l. 121 10 it with us in our Hanks and Hankers The representatives from our ; Individual deposits subject to FRUIT and SHADE . rich counties inako practically all 81,018 68 check SAVINGS the laws of our state. They made Certified checks 851 10 3 DEPARTMENT. the law which makes it impossi- BUCKBEB'3 HC0S SUCCEED JflW),2H 18 Total hie for a small and poor county I .FECIAL OFFER will Kentucky, Statu Everything tor flUU t WIM Hew Ha.li.tM. A ttlM like Powell to raise a good roads Countyof of Powkix, ' mm tuu our lruucui cuiivivid B ORCHARD, Prize rnKMtlni wsiiTirtiMi LAWN, - The fund ..ml build turnpikes. Now I, A. T. WiM Cashier, of the a- ij some or tneso wealthy counties that the above statement is true to the and GARDEN. Mentha tUU Paper. Write want. t(i l.'imii . nu .Hintv wnv Wa best of my knowledge and belief. .... ..ja w H it u Write for Free Catalogue. A.T. Whitt, Cashier. guetisThoy think our people will Subscribed and sworn to before me Mo Agents. continue to get disgusted at our this 23rd day of Jan. 1011. ouoeu w OVJJ jmiri i. writ 7. T- ! ' ln.tnullna, Kllrul t' t i'i.ui Uwl. .' T. J. Fletcher, mud roads and come down Jherc. Clay City, Ky. H. Hlllenmeyer Judge Clay City Police Court. and pay two prices for their fine & Sons, blue grass farms as many of them Couhrot Attest: CAPITAL, FIFTY THOUSAND Frank H ltussull, have done. The Times will sup' LEXINGTON, V Cluis Bcott, Directors. KY, A ) James II. Hull, port no one lor State Senator or "' -e n. Mercer county is progressive and believes firmly in good roads :4tud has spent thousands of dollars in putting mile after mile in Hood condition. We doubt very much whether her voters will indorse the proposition to levy the 'rive cents addittonal to help the .counties that have niado no efforts ' to obtain them. HarrodsburgRe-publica- Davie Snowden, of Winchester, here this week visiring old home folks. Davie is now workThe Indiana Republican Edi- ing at his old trade working in torial Association, which a year a barber shop .at St. George age refused to indorse the ad- Hotel. Charlie Crow and Mrs. ministration of President Taft, adopted a resolution Friday in- Crow wero married Sunday, Jandorsing the President and pledg- uary 20 at the house of E. Maring him the support of the Re- tin. It is the second matrimonial venture of'e'ach of the conpublican press of the State. Sometimes tracting partie's.. Politics are funny. a faction is for you to beat, and Tho beautiful spring weather of sometimes they are for you to this week has'beon invigorating get you beat. to every one. What Powell county needs How's This? Let every most is good roads. We offer Orie.Hundred Dollars man put his shoulder to the Reward for any case of Catarrh wheel and help turn. that cannot be'eured by Hall's Cure. F.CHENEY& CO., How about a local option elecToledo, O. tion for Clay City. As all the hove rest of the county is dry why not,! We. tho Vundersicrned. Clay City ttf6?' known F. JCneney for the 'last Cc-tar- rh Very Low Prices early and get pick and choice so such goods at such prices cannot last long. before buying elsewhere. Come Mrs. J. W. Williams. USE HOPE & MILLS FLOUR . Dr.-BelP- s Pine-Tar-Hon- ey o, F. A. LYON & S0N. J Represented. Over $200060,000 if . TREES. 'SEEPS to-da- y; 1 1 - Clay, City National .Bank, f. 1 X ) . . . N THE TIMES. AN ALL IlOMK-MADE I'AFKR. Feb. 2, J01J. TIIUItSDAY LOCAL BREVITIES. Tlie citv Council will meet in regular session tomorrow night W. G. Trtrick. of Wilmorc, is here and in the county on a busi ucss mission. spent a few davs this week with her sis ter, Mrs. S. T. Hull at Stanton. Miss Recce Sliinifessel D. H. Sinclair, of this city sue ceeds 0. 0. Flynn as depot agent at Winchester, and has taken charge. Life Saved At Death's Door. I never felt so neur my grave," writes W. R. Pattereon, of Wellington, Tex., "as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 100 pounds, in spite of Pin-Tadoctor's treatment for two years My father, mother, and two sisters died of consumption, and that I airt tion. alive today is due solely to Dr. Falls Victim To Thieves. King's New Discovery, which com Grover Williams who has been S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., pletely cured me. Now I weigh in Nashville, Tenn. for some has a justifiable grievance. Two 187 pounds and have been well and time has returned home and tak thieves stole has health for twelve strong for years. Quick, safe, on position in the local depot. years l hey were a liver and kid eiire, its the best remedy on earth The records show that in Lex ney trouble. Then Dr. King's New for coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, ington during 1010 there were COO Life Pills throttled them. He's well croup, and all throat aud lung deaths and but 212 births three now. Unrivaled for Constipation, troubles. 50c andVSli Triul bot.times,, as many deaths as births Malaria, Headache, Dyspepsia. 25c. tle free. Guaranteed by Swann- at Swann-Da- y Lumber Co'b. Day Lumber Co.'s More. Vernon Faulkner, of Stanton, Need of Capable Men. was in Tuesday and subscribed Farm for Sale Now more than at any time in Containing 33 for the Times for his niece, Mrs. acres one and one-haJohn W. Oreed, of Auxvasse, the history of Kentuck, it is nec miles from Clay City, well essary for capable men to be sent watered, Mo. good buildings and outrlf Women's prayer meeting ser vices will be held pt the homo of Mrs. Kate Bloom next Tuesday nuch better machine than thev offer for .$15,andweMl not accept. afternoon. We caught onto this due bill Mrs. Emerson Conlee, of Mt. proposition ten years ago when Sterling visited her parents, Mr. we did about $50 worth of adver and Mrs. 0. Bowman near the tisine on a $100 typewriter and city this week. was to pay $30 cash on the ma J? red bmetbers was chine, but before we completed who Mrs. operated ou at Lexington recent the contract a dealer offered us Yv for appendicitis was able to the same machine for $25.00. The low price scared us out and we home Thursday. return wouldn't buy the machine at ev Asthma en that price, but before wo met Ih a disease. Dr. Bell's the dealer we were nnxioiiB to Honey relieves almost instantly. complete our contratct and send We guarantee it to give sutisfac the $30.00 for the typewriter. From November 1 to Jnnmiry 1 Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Is tlie best eye remedy ever offered tt. N. Ratlifr, of Winchester, tlie public. It is it snow white oint- shipped 18 carloads of mules to ment painless, harmless and abso- the South market. lutely guaranteed to cure. At all Help Wanted dealers. 25c a tube. For that cough. Get a bottle of Pine-Ta- r Honey. It is Frank B. Russell, of Louis Dr. Bell's the r;t vi lie mid Jus. tt. Hull, of Lexii ton were here Monday attending Altho the Revolutionary War a meeting of the board of direc has been oVer 117 years, there tors of the Clay City Nationa still remaius one pensioner on Bank. the Government for that conflict. It is Mrs. Phoebe L. Palmeter, A Beautiful Woman Must have a benntifnl skin. Dr. of Brooklyn, N. Y. who is 87 years old. ueii's Antiseptic halve removes Sight Too Valuable pimples bluck heads, chnps, and To be neglected. Sutherland's Ea roughness, leaving the skin smooth. Try it on our guarantee. gle n.ye halve. will cure any case of sol e eyes, granulated lids, op Tried to Beat the Editor. thalmia or any inflamed condition sewing machine company of the eyes. Painless and harmless. sends us an offer to sell us a $05 25c a tube at all dealers. machine and take the pay in ad verti8ing all but. $17.50. Gener This office has just completed ous, perhaps, but we bought the minutes -- Honored by Women When a woman speaks of her silent a eo ret Buffering she trusts you. Millions have bestowed this mark of confi dence on Dr. It. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Every-wher- e there are women who bear witness to the wonder-workinrirtm.nowcr nf Dr. t icrco s I'.'tvurita Prescription which saves the suffering sex from pah, and successfully grapples with woman's weak nesses and stubborn ills. IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONQ IT ftAKES 5ICK WOMEN WELL. itlsf No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to 1?0.TV0J,LD'S R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo. N. V. f'SPENSARY MBDICAI. ASSOCIATION, Dr. Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day. a We have the largest and plete line of most com- Kaptiscl .association which is composed mostly of churches in Estill and Madison counties. We t a . r for the Landmark STOVES to frequently pnnt these minutes always giving satisfaction with our first class wVk. be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Stee! Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Come in and give us a look. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Croup Cause uneasy nights butifyou will it use Dr. Bull's will relieve in a few minutes. There is nothing better, Guaranteed by all dealers. Mr s. Williams has change in ad this week which all our lady readers should not fail to look and go to her store ifnd get some of these bargains. All Skin Troubles Are overcome by using4)r. Cell's Antiseptic Salve. It is us pleasent to use as pure cream and ie guaranteed to give satisfaction. 25c a box. buildings, close to church and school and well fenced. All under cultivation but about 8 acres which will afford plenty.of firewood. At least 10 acres of good tobacco land. For further particulars call nt State realize this fact the better. this office. It is rolated of one wise solon who was sent us a Representa- Or. Bell's Antiseptic Salve tive to Frankfort that ho could Good for all Skin Diseases. not be induced to mount the steps tending to the second floor of the capitol because he had OAPITAri STOCK, $100,000 j been "elected to the lower SURPLUS AND UNiouso." Such ignorance is inex DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 cusable and the stigma of send ing such men as representatives should rest with the people who THE as Representatives to Frankfort. The old time rule that any man "just so he is a good fellow," would do to represent a county in the Legislature has passed, and the sooner the people of the Clearance Sale AH of our Fall & Winter goods are going at Reduced prices. Fall it Winter Millinery Good?, Dry Goods, Notions, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, IIate,'4Sliirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats and Work Coats, Sewing Machines, Cook Stoves, Etc. are responsible for their election. P Bank. q Send men to Erankfort who are WiNonsTBn, Ky. ob progressive and intelligent and who will be in a position to dis E N.H01.1.Y WiTiiEnsiooN, Pubs. W. K. Sl'lIAH, charge the duties of the position Oasiiikr. t a manner befitting the in Lost Watch Fob y of an intelligent cit K YODR'ACOOUNTS SOLICITED H Somewhere in Clay City without 3 izenship. Now is a good time to initials. Reward for return to create the new order of things.- Willie Hendrix, Clay City, Ky. Paducah Services will be held at the Methodist church Saturday night, Sunday morning and Sunday night and Quarterly meeting will be held on Monday night. Rep-aesentatiNews-Democrat. Winchester It will pay you who are interested in siving money to take advantage of this opportunity. We will give you reduced prices on all Fall and Winter Goods as long as th'ey last, but will call your special attention to the'following lines which on account of being the most on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. cured the boil in a short time," Qnickest healer of Burus. Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings. Best Pjltjcure.on earths Lumber Only 25a t Swann-Day- i Co'b. store. Modders, of Moddersviile, Miuh., seemed doomed. He had to sell Wire Oot Tip Top Advice. his farm and give up work. His 'My wife wanted me to take our neighbors said, 4 die can't live muoh tyoy to the doctor to cuie an ugly longer." "Whatever I ate distresw boil," writes D. Frankel, of Stroud. sed me." lin wroto, "tilt I said ))U Bucklen'e Arni- ectriu Bitters, which worked such Okla. ca Salve on it.' She did so, and it wonders for me that I can now eat R. L. Shimfessel having sold his farm on Ilardwich's creek will dispose at public sale all of his personal property Feb. 15th. See posters for particulars, Tortured For by a euro-defyin- g 15 Years Htomach trouble that baffled doctois, and resisted all remedies he tried, John W. j.p.riAUPPiN, Watchmaker l Jeweler. trll All Kinds of Watch and Clock Ruitatrnig; oil Short Notiie mtu Reaaonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of things I could not take for years, ta surely a grand remedy for stom ach trouble ' Just asgood for Ibe liver and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 6O0 at Swann-- i DftyJLuniber Co.'s store. Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Oversh(BS.in Arctics and Rubbers. Women's Shoes, Wool and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool and Cotton Bed Blankets, Cook Stoves and and Sewing Machines. Jewelry Call & Spectacles. t and see me In the Red River Hotel BuHdlng, ' KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. V 4 'V ' " . Marshal's Sale of Real Estate for Taxes. As Marshal of tho town of Olay City, Ky., and Collector of Municipal tuxes tor sum cily, I will on Saturday, February 11, 1911, at tho School Bouse door, in said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. proceed to sell for cash iu hand, the following real estate in said city or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy tho tax due said city and graded school district, together with nil costs and penalties to be later added, as follows: Anderson, Nannie B., adjoin-inNoah Anderson, for 8 2.G0 the year 1008, Anderson, Geo. T. Jr., adjoining Matt Conlee, for 10.05 the year 1908, Alford, Geo. W., adjoining Mandy Payne, for tho 2.C3 year 1908, V. T., adjoining Adams, Ben Hiloy, for the years 11.3C 1908, 1009 and 1910, Burgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 5.C2 Burgher, H.G , adjoining G. M. Derickson, for 1908 9.37 and 1D09, 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, Wm., adjoining Geo. W. Powell, for 1008, 2.25 Brush, Caswell, adjoinining Puce property for. 1908, 7.88 1909 and 1910, Baugh, Wm., adjoining W. E. Moore-- , for 1908, 1909 7.60 and 1910, Cain, Amos, adjoining E. 3.00 titokley, for 1908, 'Clay City Roller Mills, for 10.00 1908, Hchool tax only, Daniel, Prunk, adjoining 11. I j. Shimfessel for 1908, 1909 and 1910, 7.87 Derickson, O. M adjoining H. G. Burgher, for 1901) 1.88 Derickson, J B.. adjoining Kentu'-k- y Union balance for 1908, 13.02 1909 and 1910, g Com-panv, Eaton. Alice, and Laura Barnett A. J. adjoining W. E. 1.45 , Moore for 1909, ndjoining Presbyterian church, for 1908, Barker Wm. adjoining F. M. Hutchinson for 1909 and 1909 and 1910, 15.75 4.28 1910, , Flinchum heirs, adjoining N. B. adjo'ning NeBallard, T. Mcintosh for 1908, 1909 gro church forl909 and and 1910, 2.80 3.75 1910, Humra ho, Philip, adjoining Cornett J. J. adjoining Pote Dock Phillips for 1908, Phillips for 1009 and 1910 2.00 1009 and 1910, C.75 Duncan, 0. W.," (Hon resi. Hiley, B. F., adjoining W. dent), adjoining Kentucky Union Company, T. Adams for 1908, 1909 4.50 for 1909 and 1910, G.fiC and 1910, Lyle, G. W. Sr. adjoining R. JohnEon, Wm., adjoining L. Shimfessel for 1909 Charlie Potts and J. B. 1.50 and 1910, Eaton, balance for 1908 Littlepage, Mrs B. (non real- - . and years 1909 and dent) adjoining J. E. 1910, Burgher, for 1909 and 7.57 1910, 15.00 Kire, Joe, adjoining Mandy Moore, Wm. adjoining Mrs. Payne, for 1908, 1909 1.50 Ande son, for 1909, and 1910, 8.52 Mountz Bros, adjoining W. Mcintosh, N., adjoining R. H. Neal for 1009 and P. Rose for 1908 and 5.25 1910, O'-Re. Hall Lutie adjoining A. M. 1.G0 Burgher for 1010, 01 Lowe Belle for 1010, adjoining Maxwell Elizabeth 6.75 J. T. Bellis for 1010, Martin Ollie adjoining Eliz37 abeth Maxwell for 1910. .MoRoberts We Ask You to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because wo are sure It. Remember that will help you. this t;re.at female remedy Janus (tlon reel- - adjoins school 1.50 WINE house for 1910, G. McKinney Ray adjoining Of 75 W. Lyle Sr for 1910, McPhcrson John adjoining G. has brought relief to thousands of 3.00 M. Derickson for 1910. other sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, Potts Charlie adjoining Wm. ' Mcintosh for 1010, periodical pains, female weak3.00 ness, many have said It Is "the Stokley George adjoining F. best medicine to take." Try Itl 3.18 P. Tracy for 1910, Sold in This City A. T. PETTIT, Marshal Clay City, Ky. dent) CARDUI Subscribe for tho Times. Subscribe for the Times. 1010, Mitohel, Clarence, adjoining Frank; Daniel, for 1908, Newkirk, J. T., adjoining Phil Hammans, balance 1908, 1909 and 1910, 7.31 Maxwell Mrs. George adjoin75 ing Chas Totts for 1909, 2.07 Stokley E. adjoining Mandy Payne for 1909 and 1910, 5 25 Get Well to get well, don you? Of course you do. You wish to he rid of the pain and misery, and be happy again. If your illness is caused by female trouble, you can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's Cardui. This creat medicine, for women, has re-: j j.i l u jr iievea or curea inousuiiua 01 mums, buaxeriug t:i. you from some female trouble. 7.C2 Page, J. K., (non resident) adjoining John Kirk and etc., lor 1908, 1909 and 1010, 18.79 Payne, Mandy, adjoining Joe King, for 1908 and 1910 4.50 Phillips, Dock, adjoining Phil Hammans, forl908, 1909 and 1910, 14.18 Ringo, W. II., adjoining N. C. Walters, for 1908, 1909 and 1910, 6.87 Ringo, S. C, adjoining Mrs. llockinhatnrner, for 1908 1909 and 1910, 9.38 Itingo J. P., adjoining Charlie Phillips, for 1908, 13.(51 1909 and 1910, Wright S. J. adjoining Pae property for 1908, 2.25 1.87 Littlepagefdr 1010, Anderson, S. J adjoining Matt Conlee for 1909 Eaton C. C. adjoining R. P. 9 00 and 1910, Rose for iflld, 4.87 c M. lu across street from A. J. Barnett for 12.00 1909 and 1910; Wright Mrs- - Laura adjoining Page property 1909, 1.12 Warniouih H..,f( adjoining Mountz Bros, for 1909 and 1910, ' 37.38 Woolery James adjoining Mrs. Anderson for 1909" and 1910. 2.25 Burgher Mrs. Betty adjoining G M. Derickson for 1910 3.75 Blount Lizzy adjoining Page 1.12 property forOlO Carr Harvy adjoining J. M. Kennou for'1910, 3.75 Conlee & Rogers adjoining W. H. Neat 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. . Taylor If vou are sick, you wish I CARDUI For Women's Ills Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony for seven . a . . a f ffT years. Head ner letter about uardm. ane writes : "j. was sick ior seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was to Buffering women." Try it. cured. Cardui is a God-sen- d . m 1 I AT ALL DRUG STORES OF L. & Er - $5.00 Recipe Qurs Sick People-FRT- EE Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE. I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of clmrge, in a plain ordinary Healed enve!ore to any one who will write me for it. JuBt Bend me your name and uddress at once and you will receive the recipe by return mall, charges paid. 1 will also send.you tree of charge my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. I think It is my duty to help suffering humauity to this extent, and hope you will be one of the thousands who are being cured dailv by this wonderful discovery. Sit down toduv and write me, as vou mav not see this. offer again. I know my treatment is a safe and sure cure fo Rheumatism, Dia-betes. e, SUiMiM(RY East-Boun- d. TlflE TffBLE. West-Bound. No. 2, Daily. P. M. No. 4, Daily. A. M. .' Stations. I No. 1, Daily Ex. Sun. A. M. No. 3, Dnl1?- - 6- - Sunday Only. A. M. 10:25 9:46 9:34 9:20 0:02 8:54 8:48 8:42 8:28 :26 P. M, G:05 "2:25 3:05 3:-20 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 3:34 3:5" " 3:584 4 :f- 4:14 :30 '4:35 TRADC AnTAna landlM quickly j certain our opinion froo whether an InTentlon ! probably patentable, commnnlca. tloneitrietlf confidential. HANDBOOK on l'atenta BI1L 1 DO. Oldest agency (or scoring' patents, 1'atenii taken through itunn A Co. recelre tpecUU notice. without eharse. In the a afcat fth and daaerlntkra mtr Copyrights Ac Designs MARKS 4:17 5:10 6:05 Scientific Jfmcricati. llhutrated weakly. Tanreat dr. rotation of any cientiflo journal. Terme, IS a rear i four month, f L Sola brail newsdealer. A handaomelr Branch Office. 6S6 F Bt, Waahlncton, 1. C. 11:40 a.m. Dumont Dropsy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipation, 'Indigestion, Head-achDizziness, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, 'Heart Disease, Impure The Following CONNECTIONS are made Doily Except Sunday. Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with th" C. & O. Rail- Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nurvousiitnajilfilularitt and all L. & E. Junction: way for Mt. Stirling, Ky, Uriu Acid Diseases. Nos. 1, 2, 8 and 4 will connect with tbe Mnun Campton Junction: Box 2094 Dr. D. J. WALSH, Boston, Mass. tain Central Railway hr passengers to and from Campton, Ky Nos. 2 will connect with the L. & A. Pail. Ueutty villo Junction: way for Beattyville, Ky. K. Junction: Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with the O. & K. Rail; 0 SAVE YOUR FOWLS way for Cannel City, Ky. and'way sta one. Bourbon Poultry Care Is recognized as the standard poultry remedy of too world. It Is tbo ono remedy tbat can be depended- ' on with prevent certainty V 6:10 7:35 8:13 8:26 8:42 9:02 9:10 0:15 9:22 9:38 9:43 9:50 10:17 11:15 11:20 11:35 Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Iudiun Fields, Stanton, Fileon, Camptoii CLaY CITY, Rosolvif, .Innctlon," 0:55 9:12 9:00 8:45 8:25 8:15 8:09 8:03 7:48 5:20 5:07 4:53 4:35 4:26 4:20 '4:14 3:57 3:55 3:41 3:20 2:25 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beittiyvillo Jet, O. & K. 7:45 7:30 7:07 6:15 tftlO Junction, 8:15 7:54 7:05 Jackson, 1 2:20 7:00 absolute promptly eUalned In all esnntrle 01 NO CareaU and Copyright! l. Mend Hketcu, 11 odd or l'noto. (or 1'atenlnjaot. RIPORT on patentability. lueticlnalrely. iAJIK RCriRINCIsT s rent In uamp (or InraluabU book WhU 1 pw wilt pay. How to get partner, patent Uvr and othtr Taluahle Information. rtf. rill forms and all llmberneck. Diarrhoea drinkingexUllnir keeps ot poultry dls- water cusch. A few drops In the fowls hoaltby and freo from disease. A 6 o bottlo makes 12 gallons of medicine. Vtr Gapos, Cholera. Roup, to cure and 7 , tho treatment of Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys ' FACTORY PROFIT-SHMW- fi PIANI 8nl D. PATENT LAWYKR8, 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SWIFT & CO. Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS NO I ' Join My Wane Ofuk. ILH. FACTORY iMJBBQBHUB8S EQUAL 171 ML7"' 1 mm naunoi 01 ctttuns iieairom by sirrflff them Unurboa Poultry Cart. Mr F. P. Clay, Parti.' Ky. il a lure cure for Chalata and Umberneck,' CashJ Makes you a Bare all Belling exponas a well a Jobbers', dealer' und icillcltora' jiroOt. Club Prloe. Retail Prloe. S17S.OO SE7H.OO ij! BBBBBBBBBB Mil, W.W.Raliton,ItopltIniville,Ky.,MyJ "I loroeaiiir uiiyyam anu mveMeataiunfciiiciccnt Bouibon Poultry Cult ii lb moit lautlactory ranady 1 nava ercr uuj lor noien ana jpci. soao.oo $400.00 S078.0O isaa.no A WEEK saaa.DO S848.00 member-sen-ds ii 1 bucceeo wben everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. ""SSS? t All Loading Druooltts. Bourbon Remedy Co., BOo par Bottle. u. 8, a. Trial Vial Fr. Bitters over r. urufcytst'n couuitr. rr.Yi nri OU C FN a piano to your Keeps up your duesl home and saves you the taaaHaaVkifil and In case of deathl middlemen's profit. gives you 'reoelpt , in run ror your ,V today. 'a' Clay City. Stanton. LP 1 11 pj 2 FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE h is the tc.t ever cold Mf A Btt a HrSHCST MARKET PRICE PAW F0H "AW FURS ANB HIDES. Wool on CMimlMlan. WrH lor srlce iivi aweaeaMg mi in, AND HIDES BJaUll? L0UISVILLE,KY. . .BTnlaheftt tinur .aVaatlafacUoa aiullty. unlimited naranlea. 'A VT or moaer refuDUed. A nUrlC BrUll m NuMn - "r greater redaotloa by ulng oar aaatory booklet at onoe. ojr s s .' eumum miaun rrom nn rt J sS . S SXA A aM Leoatt, awnei, la. w .v r JOHN WHITE & CO. i fieao rMwj -- Vi, ' A' S . iirrrn- nniimiit