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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 9, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911020901_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 9, 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. CLAY CITY TIMES ; I .1 . 81.00 a Year in Advance . . We are here to help Clay City, tlfsorroanJing Country 4 anJ Oarsclves. .1. E- - IJurghcr, 1'ublishcr. vol To be xa CLAY CITY, Murderer Surrenders. KY"., THURSDAY, FKBKUARY U. 1911. NO. We G Better off Next Year. Our advice to formers is to raise more sheep, more cattle, more hogs, more clover, more cow peas, more rape, and less corn, less timothy hay and no tobacco at a II. The good wife, ot course, will do her part in raisin p; chickens, turkeys and ducks and making plenty of butter to use and sell, and we guarantee all farmers who here take our advice and live economically, savingly, dutifully, and in loving remembrance of their Creator and their life helpmate, they will be far better ofF next Thanksgiving day than they have been ever before at this time of the year. Try it. Inspects New Purchase. Jacob Kellar was the first tel egriiph operator Clay City ever had. He was also the first, post master for Clay City back in the eighties When the postoflice was in old Clay Citv. He was killed in Lexington twelve years ago by a man called KingMcNamara when he accidentally stepped on McNamara McNamara's toe. made his escape and was never heard of until Saturday when he surrendered in New York and asked to be brought back to Lex ington for trial of the murder of Kellar. Heavy rains have kept the riv er up the greater part of the time for the past three weeks My, but how handy our bridges are. We want to build three more this year, and build some good roads too. The county can't do it all, so we must til! lend a helping hand. Milton H. Smith, of Louisville, president of the Louisville and Nashville railroad in his special "train went over the L. & E. Mr. Smith expressed Monday. himself as being well pleased with the recent purchase of the L. & E. and Mated t hat the road and equipment would be improved as well as the line extended. He expressed himself as feeling sure the L. & E. division would bo one of the most profitable of the L. & N. system. -- The rooting hog is getting in his work again in Clay City and our office for full information. d literally tearing up the free of town at least. Not forjCharlty. the earth in tins If the'town must be used for a A newspaper as in no sense hog lot let him be rung before he is turned loose to disliirtire the special child ot charity, it earns town in such unsightly manner. t wice over evcry.dollar it receives and it is second to no enterprise Ground Hog clay was too bad in contributing to the upbuilding nn n forpfnstor. but n beautiful of a community.; Its patrons reap day it was and if Mr. Ground Hog far more benefits from its pages Sunday is Lincoln's birthday. didn't see his shadow he didn't The editor will never forget Feb. Rtnv out of his hole verv lone. than its publishers, and in call 12 as a birthday eventv Not on Fix ur now for the six weeks ing for the support of the com nnd if it will ouitat six mnnity in wjjlctf, it is published . Let's Get Some. (Sew Enterprise. We would like'to see Clay City get some new enterprises this snrinc to heln boom un business. There is no needifor us to try to get wacou factories, furniture factories and many other large concerns that ott people often predict will finally come, because such things are beyond our reach. L'et,U8 pull for w'lfat we ourselves can get. One thing has been called to our attention recently The pop fac is a pop factory tory started at Winchester a few years ago in aj small way has grown, 10 ue a large Dusiuess now and is making tile owner lots of money. Wo know of a plant ly ing idle for thojpast season that is for sale and can be bought for just a few hundred dollars. We believe some enterprising" fellow could take holdiof the business and make good money and at the same time build-ua large and most proutauie ousiness. it any one becomes interested call at p Petty Politics. Poorer Counties' Extra Levy. noto our friends of the country press fail to say a word about the extra levy the poorer counties must make in oulcr to secure State good roads aid. The State aid for good roads is n grand good plan and we want to be understood as heartily in favor of it. We are not trying to disparage it, but to strenghtcn it by having eliminated from it a. feature which would detract frolii its popularity in the very secy tions the plan seeks to aid. county, rich and poor alik, it is planned, shall pay 5 cents on the $100 for this fund, all are in the rate so far, but the poorer county in order to even net back what it has already paid must raise another Scents on the $100. It seems a better pl.tu would be to separate the rich counties from the poorer and let the former pay the levy into "a State fund, and the latter turji position. their levy into the county treasury to be supplemented bv Stato The State Democratic primary aid and spent under State superRich and poor counties election will also embrace the se- vision. would thus pay alike. Greens-bur- g lection of United States Senator. Record. The original call was made for state offices only but at a meeting of the committee in Louisville Saturday it was decided to Fmk, Rtlliblt.Pure also include a call for the selecotrtntetd ItPlute Erery Oirdcncr torn tion of Senator. Ollie M. James runttribould tut thr Congressman from the first disNorthern G rowa KaarWt special arrri trict is the only announced canFOR 10 CENTS we wrjll tend postpaid our didate. In 1015 it is proposed to hold a world's fair in this country to celebrate the opening of the great Panama Canal which is schedul d to be completed by that time. San Francisco and New Orlean arc candidates for the big, show. The Government's indorsement is sought by each city. San Francisco is nearly twice the distance from the cae nal and more than twice the from the marjority of those who wish to attend, than is New Orleans, but San Francisco is in Republican territory while New Orleans of course is not. Taft aimed to line up his paaty for San Francisco, and the House voted for thecoastcity. The bill has not yet passed the Senate. Be it to the credit of our John W. Langley, ho voted for New Oreleans, the only logical point for such an ex(lis-tancn, Ey-er- al SEEDS mb... j. inancipatorB noted, day, but Tile Ladies' Prayer Meeting cause it is the birthday of one far more important to us than services will be held at the home Lincoln or any other President of Mrs. W . T. Woods next Tues could have been. day afternoon at 2 o'clock. be- week8ennay5W-riiaBkf(riitd- a nthaslrefor'nomorenhRiiirall fairness belongs to nt, though generally it receives less. Pat ronize and help your paper as you would any other enterprise because it helps you, and not as an act of charity. Death of Richard Conner. .sq.fc A , Cougk,, ritiAiifr , Is a danger) signal ar.d should not be neglected. Take Dr. Bell's at once. It allays inflammation, stop the cough and heals the membranes. SBTHERUND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE Good for Nothing but tho Eyes !.,fir"rt HW '" UttST . i. . . ,Z 9l.mj Writ Lv4.l tuA in lion, BU Rockfnrd.IllinqU ANTI-PAI- N "Free" Send 12 name? and addresses of Music Rrnders written plainly, and get a copy of your New Bong book free, No. 9 Windows of Heaven. John U. Vaughan, Athens, Ga. Why Not Trade ' Richard Connor, aged about 58 years, died at his homo in place and more coming on. county Tuesday Montgomery A. D. Williams, Clay City, Ky. He was a native of this county, going to Montgomery county a years ago and bout twenty-fiv- e engaging in the stock business, through which he had amassed a fortune. Retiring from active business a few months ago, Connor pur chased a fine farm. He is sur vived by a wife and several chil dren. need At the slore where you can get everything you and save hunting all over town for some cle not kept by other merchants. arti- For Sale. Farm of. 44 acres and 0 poles 1 miles from Clay Ciiy. Good build incs. well watered, close to church and school. Lot" of tie timber on DR. BELL'S For Internal and External Pains WALDM We & JOHNSON, I Waltersville, Ky. carry a full line of General Merchan- - fij j dise and are selling the goods to our larffe trade and thev tell us thev are IS u 0 - Died In Alabama. Themany friends of Mr. Geo. Clayton will be shocked to learn of his death which occured at his home in Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 4th. Mr. Clayton had been in ill health for more than a year and his death was not unexpected. The family lived in Clay City for a number of years and had many friends here. Besides the widow he leaves two daughtors, Mrs. John Savage, of Riverside, Ala. and Mrs. John Graham, of Birm ingham. The Shelby county grand jury has adjourned without making Our Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County and every article is the(quality you may demand and the Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased custom- Price is Always Right- Give us your trade this 0 ytti , and see how easy and of us. satisfactStx'it wilbbe.to'both Goods delivered free, to ail parts of the city. Don't forget the pl&ce. any indictments for-.th- lynching ers, come round some day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They will open your eyes to an opportunity. C. SH1MFESSEL. .J of two negroes at Shelbyvillo a siiu.t. tiiiioagu, Jlow couiu tin b grand jury be exported, tp,nuke such an iudiotment when no one kuow8 how niuny men in the jury was also in the mob. Mrs. A. E. Burnett, of Mt. Sterling, visited her brother, Judge Fletcher tliis week. Send Us Your Orders . over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will 'deliver the goods" THE TIMES. rUIIMSUKI) KVKltV TllL'ltSDAY. untied the vote. Thjs is the first Railroads p!rsu fieri ng in some time an opportunity ever came parts of tho.cotintry from floods, to tho presiding officer of the but in no instance are the flood caused by thotwnter leaking from Senate to cast a vote. . I. We don't like such Democrats .1...! HIUCK. WIUH , Subscription rates SI a J ear or three vivir in nilvance .1. 15. lJuryhcr, l'ublishcr. sccond-cliis- Knterod as a mail mutter. Feb. 0, 1911 Thursday, - CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club r;uen with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer . 1.10 ' Louisville Commercial 75 ' Home and Farm 75 al Teddy made the platform for his side iiioii seiMiieU so very, very imr, And spoke to voters far and wide Till his chin music filled the air. Teddy nhnutcd loud, "Believe my worn," And it pleased the autocratic. But everywhere tlintTcddy was heard nicy voteu Democratic. Tlie Republicans of Kentucky are tickled to death over the way the Democrats are wrangling vcr t ho campaign in the Democratic stale primary. Members of the party who are resorting to such unsavory abuse of the can didates they are not for, are only weakenini: their other man if nominated mu! also causing thisopposition to. retaliate by saying like menu things about their man, and this gets up a warfare between the different wings of the party that is liable to elect .Republicans to state oiliees this fall. We have but little prefer enee in any of the candidates, but one thing sure we are not going to vote in the primary .for any candidate that leads a fight on his opponent that is liable to injure the part.y, and we think all Democrats should do the.sume thing and let candidates know We heard a man say the other this and may he they will be day that he was for Mr. "Tariff" milder in the campaign. for President, again and further said they couldn't beat him". This The Rpublcans are saying man admitted he didn't read the they will come before the peopa pei s but said he was for "Tar ple this" fall with a piatfortn iff" for President again. We have while the Democrats in holding no doubt but what many more a primary election will have no men like this man is for Mr. Taft platform and if elected would not and such men as this is what e- be bound to any principles. Lot's ected him before. see how close the .Republicans of thisState stand to theirplatforni. Wo believe in giving credit to Four years ago the Republican whom credit is due. We want platform declared for local opt ion, to congratulate John W. Langley and the first thing they did was for rising above party politics to elect a whiskey man Bradley and bolting the Republican cau to the U. S. Senate by the aid of cus which decided to cut down four whiskey Democrats, one of tho South's representation in whom was afterwards fined $51,000 Congress. Langley says he will for running a blind tiger in Dan- voto for no measure that curtails ville, a local option town. He tho number of Representatives compromised paying part and from his State. closing up his shop. He was then The tanners and shoe manafac- appointed by Bradley to the position of his private Secretary in hirers of tho country met in Ulii- the Senate. If the Democrats cago and decided to increase the have no platform and can't stay price of shoes especially the any closer to right than this, we cheaper grades. As may be ex pected. The poor class wears would never vote with them tho cheaper shoes and every in direct confiscation of property The ship subsidy bill passed always bpgins. with the one that Fiiday, and it was all due to the is the least able tn resist it. absence of one Democratic SenaA persistent and generally tor. It was Senator Watson from West Virginia who had been credited rumor is circulating sworn in and made one vote on through tho ranks of Kentucky the prefaco to the bill. He this politicians to the effect that titno voted with tho Democrats Judgo E. O. O'Reur, of the Ap- i. , r'i-iwll..l,- Pnurt or ir wjll '.rt:ct ui" son wus gone. Every other Dem- be a candidate for the Republi ocrat voted against the bill, and can nomination for Governor. you may only conjecture why Wo. read ju Tuesday's daily Watson loft the Senate just at papers where hogs, had declined. tho time he was worst needed. The market buyers must have A number of Insurgent Republicans voted with tho Democrats. heard of the groat number of Tho voto of tho Senators was a swjiio up hero in Oluy City run. tio but Sherman ning at laro on tho streets. eight-year-ol- d Mid-dlesbot SPOUTVf SPRING. A Now thai filial iuihIh its nil lie "Baptist church oeiviceb talk everywhere they have bad Sunday was very well nltcndo I. what-lawe roads, whv not use have at our command to improve ' H. F. Ghrisfopher,- made a us tho passways wo already have, ine8s trip toOlark county this The law provides that all delit; week. quent taxp'ayers may be forced John Burtonhnd a public salo to work out such tax on the coun of personal effects and this week ty roads and if he refuses to com- moved to Clark county. ply promptly there are provisions Eld. Geo. W? Mcintosh b3ught of the law that causes the tax some hogs from parties on Hard bill to grow wonderfully fast in cost and the delinquent may be wick's creek this week. put in jail until he decides to Wo read tho following an pay his poll tax or work the nouncemeut in' Tuesday's Win road. This law though a splen Chester Deniocrat: "Mr. and did one, is rarely ever enforced, Mrs. Dillard McKinney announce yet it always should be. We the marriage of their daughter, would like to see Powell take the Ruth, to Mr. Matt Thomas. The lead in enforcing this law. marriage will b'eat the residence of the bride, Wednesday, Feb A sheriff is to be elected in ruary 15th. No cards but friends this fall, and since of the parties are invited." it has proved to be the most re The bride lived" here until a sponsible position in the county, few years ago when the family it behooves the Democratic party moved to Clark, county Shb has to put out a save man as well us here still many friends who ex a strong candidate. We have tend congratulations. plenty of them in the party, but getting these good men on the The way to build roads is to ticket seems to be a very difficult build roads, notT- to talk about it undertaking. It takes a good eternally. If every word spoken man to win this fall and none or written on the road question were a stone every road in t1' other should be State would be a pike fifteen feel On July 2u. 1909 James White wide and three feet deep. Shop a negro man assaulted a little herd8villle News. white girl at. How's Tliis? and was ganged at Fine-villWo ofFer One Hundred Doling eighteen Reward for any case of Catarrh January 31, crime was com- that cannot be, cured by Hall's Ci.- months after the mitted. The law was slow to tarrh Cure. F. J.. CHENEY & CO , pronounce judgment and the ne Toledo, O. gro was twice respited by Govhave We, the undersigned, ernor Willson. Is it any won- known F. J. Cheney for the last der we have mob law in Ken- 5 years, and believe him perfectly tucky? honorable inirbNisinVss transacut.-j)t- as Watson. fl LOOK HERE. come to I For Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts and , Silk Petticoats both in Price and Quality. our store and we will do our best to please you, We have the goods and will not carry them over. It's to your in terest to see our line and get our this-count- y Very Low Prices beforebuying elsewhere. Come early and get pick and choice as such goods at such prices cannot last long. - Mrs Si ' . W. Williams. e tjse HOPE tions and financially able- to carry out any obligations made by h's firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Dniggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. - & MILLS FJLOTJR. PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread und pies the woman is who has made them from Horn MlU-s- ' flour. Success 'in bread or cake baking is always sure to follow when you use this high grade and satisfactory Hour, sold everywhere. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Cou&hs and Colds.. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK that every time you INSURE WITH SPEND A jDOLLAR not only tho dollar is gone, but the F. A. LYON & SON. Tlio JLiOiuliigr IiiHiirnuoo Agent ISuMtori! Itontuolcy. of 4 4 4 INTEREST. on it for Represented. Over $200,000,000 4 '4 4 4 4 2 r- - J ETERN1TY? Better save that dollar and the interest onitdepositmg it with us in our ', . Every one who knows anything about insurance know thnv are leaders in this line. ...u.WuM.,u.i:AXu.N.nxH...A.n.njt.mA.'.,y...... ) B SAVINOS FRUIT and SHADE DEPARTMENT. THrj TREES. i B Everything h for A V I ! LViiiii wttmw - Gin I mi Clay Qty UKGAXi: hAWIV, and GAHEN. Write" ww A vb t. win Xr.UlMM. .ItrlilwUlHj WtCPl. IT Tain IF. I W. "J ErUcjCojjs; OUAUANTUtO TO to-aa- y; EG I AL OFFER: V c tor Free Catulogue, Mo A gent a. ' Write tiewion inia rapor. I'wwr. Nationalj'Bank, Clay City, Ky. CAPITAL,, FIRTY.CfniOUSAN.D i BMM DttUl Mi MCklrtl SEND IO CtNYisTV itlv ."all )H. f, Hlllenmeyer Sons, KY. LEXINGTON, " 'Vice-Preside- 'i ii. TH-E TIMES. IIOMK-MAD- AN ALL THURSDAY, .... Waldron & Johnson Imvo n new advertisement in this issue of the Times. Both members of this first are noted for their I'AFKR. courteous treatment to customers and their fair and l.onest Feb. t), 1011. dealings. Give them a share of Help Wanted For that cough. 5et a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Honoy. It is the best. LOCAL BREVITIES. Bluford Welch, of Stanton, lias .moved to Ladoga, Iml. A branch railroad is to be built this summer from Yale, Bath county to Frenchburg. Asa Burgher, who has been iu Columbus, Ohio the past few Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve months, has returned to Clay Is the best eye remedy ever offered City. the public. It is u snow white oint ment painless, harmless and abso The Powell County Medical lutely guaranteed to cure. At all Association met at Stanton Mon dealers. 25o a tube. day. The doctors from this city Frost in May. were all in attendance. Besides having thunder in Jan The last allotment of public uary we have had in February school money will bo due Satur and especially Friday night when day though it is hardly expected we had a regular storm. Friday to be on hand promptly. being therd of February and ac coroing to tne old prophecy we Win. Evans was here the last of the week aud bought from va may expect a frost of the same rious parties over one hundred date of the month of May. head of hogs at seven sents. A Beautitul Woman r. ' Asthma aiust nave a oeutituui sum. ur. oeii's Antiseptic halve removes In a disease. Dr. Bell's pimples, black heads, chape, and Honey relieves almost instantly We guarantee it to give satisfac rougl)iies, leaving the skin smooth Try it on our guarantee. tion. Pin-Tar- Ira Q. Profit!., the Powell coun ty Superintendent of Schools wad in the city Tuesday. Mr. Profitt 6cemed to deeply regret his ina bili'ty to settle the affairs of the Board of Education which is on account of the funds being tied up with the Welton Watson who has been looking after the local telephone exchange was taken sick last .(.tii. ana rotuiiiJu io uio iiumu at Mt. Sterling. . weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or Iiini, ihrn i a weak link in the chain of life which mavsnao at anvtimc. Often this "weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and Each of the chief of the body is a link in the Chain of Life. A chain is no than its weakest link, the body no stronger than its or-ga- m stronger ,,.. - -- c 1 A 1 ,i ., Sight Too Valuable To be neglected. Sutherland's Ea gio nyo oaivo will cure any case of soie eyes, granulated lids, op Pierce's Golden Mrdlcat DNcovcry. When the weak or diseased .iTiiiii cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also. ' The strong man has a strong stomach. Take the above recommended "Dlscov-ery- " and you may hare a strong stomach and a strong body. Given Away. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cestamps for the volbook in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the d ume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. cloth-boun- thalmia or any inflamed condition if the eyes. Painless and hnrmless. 25c a tube at all dealers. Last year's corn crop in the U nited States was, in round num bers, 3,121,000,000 bushels. Mun sey calls attention to the fact that this is approximately the actual number of dollars in cir We have the largest and plete line of most com- culation throughout the United States. This means, of course. that, were it necessary to buy for spot cash the crop of Indian corn our farmers harvepted last autumn, paying for it 1 a bushel, it would "swipe" every Ameri can dollar now in circulation. Lire Saved At Death's Door. "I never felt so near my grave," writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, Tex., "as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 100 pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment for two years My futher, mother, and two sisters died of cons"mption, and that I am alive today is due solely to Dr. King's New Discovery, which com Now I weigh pletely cured me. 187 pounds and have been well and STOVES to be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous .ii Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Charlie Welch who moved to Bourbon county last year hus moved back to his farm near this city. Wo extend a most hearty welcome to Mr. 'Welch and his family. A subscriber to the Iowa Falls Sentinel subscribed and paid for the Sentinel one hundred years in advance. Newspaper work in Iowa must surely be a pleasant business. Croup CauBe uneaRy Pin-Ta- Kentucky No Exception. Every State has its portion of floaters, or voters that can be bought with money. Kentucky is no exception to this rule. The condition perhaps is not as bad as has been disclosed in Ohio aud Illinois, but they are such as to demand attention to an extent that they be remedied. Men who place no more value on their right of suii'rage than to dispose of that right for a paltry mess of financial pottage deserve to. be Come in and giv us a look. Quick, safe, strong for years." gure, its the best remedy on earth for coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, and all throat aud lung troubles. 50c and $1. Trial bot tle free. Guaranteed bv SwannDay Lumber Co..'s. store. - Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Farm for Sale nights but if you will disfranchised. Paducah News- r Honey it Democrat. use Dr. Bell's, will relieve in a few minutes. There Falls Victim To Thieves. is nothing better. Guaranteed by S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., all dealers. has a justifiable grievance. Two thieves stole has health for twelve The ground hog is losing his reputation as a weather forecast- years lney were a liver and km Then Dr. King's New er. If he can't boat this he will ney trouble. Life Pills throttled them. He's well soon bo classed with the Weather Bureau at Washington as a now. Unrivaled for constipation, Malaria, Headache, Dyspepsia. 25c. forecaster of the weather. Lumber Co's. at Swann-Da. Containing 33 acre one and one- half niileit from ' Clay City, well watered, good buildings and outbuildings, 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 at this office. o jr.Good for . all Skin Diseases. wve t5-.ii . Clearance Sale AH y .1 Out of the Race, Are overcome by using Dr. Bell's Congressman Ben Johnson has Antiseptic Salve. It is as pleasent to use as pure cream aud is guaran- withdrawn from the race for teed to give satisfaction. "25c a box. Governor, and gives as his reason for so doing that he was be A report is being circulated ing persecuted because he was a from Mt. Sterling of a probabili- Catholic. His being a Catholic ty of a railroad being built from was known to us and don't be Puris to that city by the way of lieve it was as great opposition 'Northmiddletown and our neigh- as Mr. Johnson said was, still his bor is greatly elated over the card should be read by every cit glimmering prospects. izen of Kentucky as it presents an argument different to what Lost Watch Fob Somewhere in Clay City without most of we protestunts are use to hearing. initials. Reward for return to Willie Hendnx, Tortured For 15 Years i Clay City, Ky. stomach trouble by a The grass during the mild that baffled doctois, and resisted weather of the. past several days all remedies he tried, John W. has continued to grow and the Modders, of, Moddersville, Mich,, He had to sell inaplo buds are beginning to sten'ed doomed. His and give up work. swell and many other evidences his farm neighbors said, ''he can't live muoh of premature Spring weather are longer." " Whatever I ate distres with ub. sed me," he wrote, "till I tried El Wifo dot Tip Top Advice. ectric Bittern, which worked such "My wife wanted me to take oar wonders for me that I can now eat boy'tothe doctor tocuioan ugly things I could not take for yearr, boil," writes D. Fraiikel, of Stroud. Its surely n grand remedy for stom-ao- h Okla. "I said put Bucklen's Arnitrouble." Just as good for the ca Salve on it.' She did so, and it Every bottle iver and kidneys. "cured the boil in a short time," guaranteed. Only 50o at Swann- Quickest healer of Burus. Scalds, Day Lumber Co.'s store. Cuts, Corns, Bruises,- Sprains, Swellings. Besf Pile cure on earth. It seems very difliicult in Cen Lumber tral America to tell where one Only 25o at 8wan"n-Dawar ends aud the next begins. , V3.'',, VCo's. store. euro-defyin- All Skin Troubles CAPITAL 8TOOK. 8100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 a 3 of our Fall & Winter goods are going nt Reduced prices. a Fall & P Winchester Bank, OV WlNOUHTBIt, KY. V. the Winter Millinery Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Hats,JShirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats and Work Coats, Sewing Machines, Cook Stoves, Etc. K N. Holly j Witubkspoon, Pubs. If. fSpiIAH, Oasiiibr. U 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 they last, but will call your special attention to YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUOITED g A .. A A A A J,llJAilAlAAiMlll .t TTTTtTTTtTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTv the following lines which on account of being the most on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. Jtl J.P.HAUPPInJ $ Watchmaker . . Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' Olothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Women's Overshoes in Arctics and Rubbers. ShoesWool arid Cotton Dress Goods, Wool ..Jeweler. All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing oil iliort Notice and Reasonable Term. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of and Cotton Bed Blankets, Cook Stoves and and Sewing Machines. Jewelry & Spectacles. time - Call ami Ae in the Red KENTUCKY. River Hotel BuiMltig, y: - t CLAY CITY, t m Hardwick & Co., Stanton, j Marshal's Sale of Real Estate for Taxes. As Marshal of the town of Clay Oiry, Ky , and Collector of tuxes lor said city, 1 will on Saturday, February 11, 1011, kI the School House door, 1:1 said city, beginning at about the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. pro ceed to sell for cash in hand, the following real estato in said city or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the tax due It lid city and graded school dis trict, together with nil costs and penalties to be later added, as follows : Anderson, Nannie B. , adjoining Noah Anderson, for 8 2.G0 the year 1008, Auderson, Geo. V. Jr., adjoining Matt Conlee, for the year 190S, 10.05 Alford, Geo. W, adjoining Mandy Payne, for the 4 year 1908, 2.03 Adams, W. T., adjoining Ben Hiley, for the years 1908, 1909 and 1910, 11.3G Burgher, A. M., adjoining Henry Waldron, for 1908 5.02 Burgher, II. G., adjoining G. M. Derickson, for 1908 and 1909. 9.37 'Burgher, W. It., udjoining C. Bowman, for 1908, 1909 and 1910, 8.77 Bellis, J. T., adjoining Joh Maxwell, for 1908 and , Mu-nicip- al Hall Lutie adjoining A. M. Eaton. Alice, and Laura O'- Barnett A. J. aSjTiiilngW. E. for'loOO, 1.45 1.50 Burgher for 1010, Moore Ilcar, adjoining Presby04 Lowe Belle for 1910, Wm. adjoining F. M. terian church, for 1908,, Barker (or 1909 and Maxwell Elizabeth adjoining 15.75 1909 and 1910, 4.28 1910, C.75 J. T. Bellis for 1910, Flinchuni heirs, adjoining N. Ballard, T. B. adjo'ning NeMartin Ollie adjoining ElizMcintosh for 1908, 1909 gro church for 1909 and 37 abeth Maxwell for 1010. 2.8G and 1910, 3.75 ili R'i. rtu Jnnu'8 (Non inciIlainmons, Philip, adjoining adjoins school dent) Cornett C. J. adjoining Pete Dock Phillips for 1908 1.50 house fot- 1010, Phillips for 1909 and 1910 2.00 1909 and 1910, 0.75 Duncan, C. W., (non resiMoKinney Ray adjoining G. 75 Hiley, B. F., adjoining V. W. Lyle Sr for 1910, dent), adjoining Kentucky Union Company, T. Adams for 1908, 1909 McPherson John adjoining G. 4,50 for 1909 and 1910, 3.00 M. Derickson for 1910. and 1910, 6.06 Lyle, G. W. Sr; adjoining It. Potts Charlie adjoining Wm. Johnson, Wm., adjoining L. Shimfessel for 1909 3.00 Mcintosh for 1910, Charlie Potts and J. B. 1.50 Stokley George adjoining F. and 1910, Eaton, balance for 1908 Littlepage, Mrs B. (non resi3.18 P. Tracy Tor 1910, and years 1909 and dent) adjoining J. E. A. T. PETTIT, 1910, Burgher, for 1909 and 7.57 Marshal Clay Oily, Ky. 15.00 1910, Kirtr, Joe, adjoining Mandy Moore, Wm. adjoining Mrs. Payne, for 1908, 1909 Subscribe for the Times. Ande son, for 1909, 1.50 and 1910, 8.52 Mountz Bros, adjoluing W. Mcintosh, N., adjoining 11. H. Neal for 1909 and P. Rose for 1908 and 5.25 1910, Hutf-blnco. We Ask You to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure It, will help you. Remember that this gre?t female nrrerfy - 7CARDUI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many have said it Is "the Try Itl best medicine to take." Sold in This City Subscribe for the Times. 1910, Mitohel, Clarence, adjoining Frank Daniel, for 1908, Newkirk, J. T., adjoining Phil Humnians, balance 1908. 1909 and 1910, Page, J. K (non resident) 7.81 Maxwell Mrs. George adjoin75 ing Chas Potts for 1909, 2.07 Stokley E. adjoining Mandy Payne for 1909 and 1910, 5 25 Taylor M. L. across street 7.02 Avoid Danger Whim vnn urn sink, or suffering from anv of the troubles peculiar to women, don't delay take Carn and successful remedy for wodui, that of women have used Cardui and men. Thousands Why not you? Don't take any been benefited. d chances. Get Cardui. the old. reliable, remedy, for women or all ages. well-knowoft-trie- adjoining John Kirk and elf., tor 190S, 1909 and 1910, 18.79 Payne, Mandy, nd joining Joe King, for 1908 and 1910 Phillips, Dock,aljoiningPhil Hammans, forl908, 1909 4.50 andl910 14.18 1909, Bellis, Wm., adjoining Geo. 9.38 V. Powell, for 1008, Brush, Caswell, adjoinining lie Phillips, for 1908, Pane property for 1908, 1909 and 1910, 13.01 1909 and 1910, 7.8S Wright S. J. adjoining Pae Baujih, Wm., adjoining W. 2.25 property for 1908, E. Moore, for 1908, 1909 kl Anderson, S. J adjoining and 1910, 7.50 Matt Conlee tor 1909 ''Cain, Amos, adjoining E. 9 00 and 191P, Stokley, for 1908, 3.00 Clay City Roller Mills, for ' 10.00 1908, school tax only, D&nlel, Frank, adjoining K. L. Shimfessel for 1908, 1909 and 1910, 7.87 People-FRE"Derickson, U. M adjoining H. O. Burgher, for 1909 1. Derickson, J B . adjoining Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery Iveniu'-k-y Union Company, balance for 1908, SENT FREE. 1909 and 1910, 13.02 I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, vWlUsaatflXaf 60 YEARS' me for it. experience in a plain ordinary settled eitvelo, e to any one. who Just send mo your name and add less at once and you will receive the recipe by return imti), charges paid. I will also send you free of charge my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. I think it is my duty to help suffering liumauity to this extent, and hope you will be one of the thousands who are being cured dailv by (his wonderful dincovery. trade marks Dksiqns Sit down toduv and write uie, as vou mav not see this oifer again. COPVRIQHTS AC Anrone lending a sketch and description mar I know my treatment is a safe and sure- cure for Rheumatism, Dia4ulcklr ascertain oar opinion free whether an larention Is probablr patentable. Commnnlca lions trlctlreonadentlaL HANDBOOK on Patent betes, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constlpi.lion, Indigestion, Headnl free. Oldest ajcencr (or eeounng patents. Patents taken through Mann & Co. recelre special nodes, without charge. In the ache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impure' Scientific flwerfcatt. Blood, Female1 Troubles,'Torpid Liver, NervousnesB,Malaria and all A handsomely UJutrated weeklr. I'mut elr. onlatlon of aureoieniiSe Journal. Terms. 13 a .; Urio Acid Diseases. months, L Sold bjaU newsdealers. IflUNN & Co 3sibco.. New York 2091 Box Boston, Mass. Dr. D. J. WALSH, &6Y -- Ringo, v. II., adjoining N. C. Walters, for 1908, 1909 and 1910, Ringo, S. C, adjoining Mrs. 4.12 Hockinhatntner, for 1908 1909 and 1910, 2.25 Itingo J. P., adjoining Char- G.87 from A. J. Barnett for 12.00 1909 and 1910, v Wright Mrs. Laura adjoining Page property 1909, 1.12 Warraouth II. O. adjoining Mountz Bros, for 1909 and 1010, 37.38 Woolery James adjoining Mrs. Anderson for 1909 and 1910. 2.25 Burgher Mrs. Betty adjninintr G M. Derickson for 1910 3.75 Blount Lizzy adjoining Page 1.12 property for 1910 Carr Harvy adjoining J. M. Kennon for 1910, 3.75 Conlee & Rogers adjoining W. H. Neal for 1910, 9.75 Conjee 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 1010, 4.87 TAKE CARDUI It Will Help You J4 AT ALL DRUG STORES Mrs. LuzaniavMdnran. Snecdvillo. Tenn., writes: Tor ten I I suffered with the turn of life, and tried many remedies without relief. 1 had pains ail over my Douy anu at times 1 couia not sit ur. At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework. I have told many ladjes about Cardui and recommend it to' all sick I : women." xry ic years $5.00 Recipe Sick E :jCii r ts SUfWRY Bust-Bound. OF L.4& E. TipiE TflELE. West-Bound. No. 2. Daily. P. M. No. 4, Daily A. M. No. Stations. " Dally Ex. Sun. , I, No. 3, Dai'yfi. ' N0. 5. Sunday Only. A. M. 10:23 9:40j 9:34 A. M. 11:55 95 12 3:05 3:H) 3:34 3 :.vi 7:35 8:13 8:2G ' Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. Junction. 8:42 tKM will-wri- te SSSSSSSSSSSBT 4'" 4:11 4:3o 4:3o 5:10 3:58 . 9:0i it: 10 !:'s i):2- Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Pilsnn, R""hv I I ! 9:00 8:45 8:25 8:15 8:09 8:03 7 P. M. 0:05 5:20 5:07 4:53 .4:35 4:2G 9:20 9:02 8:54 8:48 8:42 8:28 ;H:2(5 lr'O 4:14 3:57 3:55 u:3- - Caiiipttin Jntsct'"1' 4.;7 ::W 11:1 11: . 1 Natural Bride" IVir.MK Beativvilli' Jet. O. & K. JHck-nn, iirO.n Juni'ii - 6: it) i 7:45 7:30 7:07 0:15 0:10 (.41 3:20 2:25 2:20 11:40 8:15 7:54 7:05 :00 .35 .., -- Duuiout CONNECTIONS Nn. 1 and 3 VIi. Sf rling, K : v a.m. . Bail-wi- ll 1'itf H" L. ( !': Jimt'ti i: ' 111 nade Daily Except Sunda nnect with tlv ( & O. . it lit t N'.h. 1, 2. 3 B-i- Branch Offlce, BU Waihinaton. U U. rtl j ion: li'ii ttv Bourbon Poultry Cure in recognized as the standard poultry remedy of tne world. It Is the one remedy that can be depended on with absolute certainty to cure and prevent ivay fir Nun. 2 connect with the Moun era to and from Camplr', Kv lert with the nnect with the eta oris. L ic 1 A. Rail- inl-ay ille, Ky SAVE YOUR FOWLS Gapes, Cholera, Itoui), 1 Ni Hin i ''if, 3 and K u & Is. ' Iran prouiKiy obtained In all countries osTTsorsT TRWI-MSJIK. UareatlandCopynghUKKts-lrtrreagketch. Model or Photo ?np RCPOStT on patvulslilUiT. Patent praot. SUNK RIHRtNCIS. oenn s rents in stamps for InraltuUe book H ilf i oiwa will pT. Mow to net a partner! patent law and otkrr raluahla InfnruTiii IM cxlslinir forms ot poultry diseases. A few drops la the drinking water keeps fowls beltby and free from disease. A 6io bottle makes 1 Z gallons of medicine. the treatment of Blockhead and other diseases In turkeys llmbcrneck, Dlmrrhoca and ull it FACTflHY PS0F1T-SHARIN- B PIANO CUM. FACTORY euiglUHBis" HtiBBgaieaa iBBOBBBBBIl! ID. PATIMT LiWVfRS. 1.303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SWIFT b 00. Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS ilrs. W.W.Bslston,Itopk!asri!!sKy.,ssys: I Deal y have aaaam Oh. Save all selling expense as welt as jobbers', MM Join My Pltno dealers' aud solicitors' proflt. Club Prion. S2S2.BO Retail Prloe, S27D.OO S8SB.OO S070.OO NO "I EQUAL- Mr F. P. Clsy, Fails, Ky., ssysl "Last ytsr I raitfd hunditdt ol cbleksos tics ham espes by clvioj ihcm Uouiboa sHmluy Curs, ltiiul It a tuta cuts for Cbolua Umberoecli," $172.00 848.00 hs baca rslslarcklckcos lor fiiiyytars snj DowboalViillnrCiuslsihaniostS'iUtfKtoryiciacily em used for Caolera sod Uapcs." S- fcfMMafMf ooiTbr t All Leading nemeay vo.. uSTk... u. s. a. Douroon n Druggist. 60o per Bottle. Trial Vial free. ff ud I- TmwmimImI. sends a piano to your home and saves you the middlemen's profit. laa wtti- .- Makea you a membe- r- S4BO.OO aaa.oo (V SI .25 s up your dues and In caso of death gives you recolpt In full for your f A WEEK t:r.l ,smsbm a; u,"""" vwusuv V gj!i!!!jBiiBiisia8 , ssByBissJ u,,,.mtu.m,u,,....,iii,ii II Clay City. Bucceca when everything else tills. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses thfy are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Stanton. j ..i ...J mul j . today, jy-yj?- " ffM'gltTa' PIANO " ,'?, KJONEY.UlVEn AND STOMACH THOU3H2 I NHA AND HIDES ffiffiPMl I IT rilflRsaV I S . - r U n L,atUliw.tloa or money refunded. . K'& Caa UWUlC. Aafr still greatar reduction by using oar ,W o ifj X PJl S WmW WmdW ' HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAW FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Conrolsslon. Writs for pries mi nentioniag this ad. m rm d mmmm HsssaasiaHaWL-i- l. EVANS WBEmh. F. 0. ind Lecust. ninth 0t HoUtt. 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