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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 16, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911021601_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 16, 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. r THE CLAY CITY TIMES SI. 00 a Year in Advance We arc here to help Clay City, "tlu Surronnling Country and Oorselves. J. E. Ilunjticr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. Garden time will soon be Into, But you need not plow nor dig Turn your garden out to the commons Aiid'lt will plowed by the pesky pig. m OLAY CITY, No Ready Prints for Us. Many of our exchanges have KX, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY )6. J9II. We are Persistent. NO. It has been shown that 7 Important Decision. The Court of Appeals has sustained the award of damages to a city falsely arrested by a sergeant of the Kentucky militia and held without evidence of unlawful acts. The arrest of several citizens was made by soldiers two years ago during the night riding disturbances. Several men returning from a lodge meeting were arrested, and two of them were held by the soldiers because two pistols were found in their buggy. The decision says that the men had a right to carry the pistols in their buggy for protection and that the soldiers were responsible for damages to them. The action' of Governor Willson in calling out the troops without a request from the proper authorities was upheld in emergency cases as was the case in 1909. Keep up the Fight. Kentucky not Affected. While there has been great complaint of a falling off of bank deposits over the country, the State of Kentucky and the city of Louisville uro not affected in that way,.according to a report of the Comptroller of Currency, made public today, and based upon figures of the last bank call. The individual deposits both of Louisville national banks and banks .outside of Louisville show n large and gratifying gain during the last year, the account of individual deposits standing as follows: Louisville national banks, 1910, $17,172,107,68, 1911, $17,879,-395.52. Kentucky national banks outside of Louisville, 1910, $83,082,-902.41911,. $39,028,232.80. 0, r 4 t Kentucky national banking institutions never were in a more nourishing condition. cash. Boys' corn clubs, of the Uuited Most- Senators prefer election States have grown until they now by the Legislatures as in this way reach in number 40,000 boys. they can swap for a lot of votes Kentucky has taken up the or- without paying out the hard ganization of boys' corn clubs, cash. The voter at the polls de undiby all means a club for the mauds the price in advance. boys should be organized in And another thing they can tell .Let .ns. get. m Jroweu county. tlit.hJtli6r?sf of rte""woria. Jbeeliow'.thQote1i8,.going;aadi can gut uie goqus J. J, u. Mrs. J. A. Williams 'has gone John W. Coulee, of Mt. Ster to Middlotown, Ohio, to join her ling, is here visiting his daughhusband who Iihb been there some ter, Mrs. Mm. C. Martin. time. For Stile. "Free" . recently adopted the ready print sheets. The ready print can supply good matter and is an easy way of making a larger paper The Times tried this four weeks once but our foreign advertisers were going to quit us because they had arranged to carry their ads with the ready print house. Upon investigation we learned the ready print company's rate and found out that they got more money from the advertising that appeared in the ready print side than the rest of the adver tising paid us and the subscrip. tion money thrown in. We like the service, but if there were no ready prints, the local publisher would get the advertising they get and thereby get the cash they get. Their profit would be our profit, and it is justly ours. In patronizing the ready prints local publishers are knifing themselves and losing f if not val of their uable advertising. It's time for nil local papers to control their own bus.uess and get their own one-third one-hiil- Send 12 name1- and addresses of Music Rraders written plainly, and Ret a copy of your New song book free, No. 9 Windows of Ileaven. John B. Vuughan, Athens, Ga. - Why Not Trade At the Store Farm of 44 acres und 9 poles lenities from (JlayCiiy. Good buildings, well watered, close to ehurch und school. Lot of tie timber on place and more coming on. A. D. Willihms, Governor Willson went to Clay City, Ky. Washington this week where he and Senator Bradley called on our Congressman John W. Lang ley and tried to persuade him to become a Republican candidate for Governor, but Langloy could not be persuaded, he said "I am out of the race." Keep up the good roads flight all along the line until the people to a sense of the fact thut Kentucky bus as many good things as any place on earth, and all thut is needed are roads over which one may travel to find these good things. It is a shame that the State has so many bad roads that one cannot get to the crossroads store with No Tobacco for Us. more of his product than he may The New 'Era.. Farmer don't carry .on hfe back. Catlettsburg ' think a stalk'jOjtobacccshould Tribune; ' be crown in d?oWell countv. r.ft only helps to--- i and in no wayvvputs anything Is dangen signal aud should not back on the land. If you have be neglected. Take Dr. Bell's land that will grow tobacco put at once. It allays that land in corn, as you must inflammation, stop the cough and have some corn, feed it to your heals the membranes. hogs, your cows, and horses and put the manure it makes on a SUTHERLAND'S EASLE lVL piece of poor land and you have Oood for Nothing but the Eyes the profit on your stock and the improvement of your land too. -- During the Civil War a Con federate soldier from an adjoin, ing county was "put in prison who was the son ofja persistent and very homely mother. She went direct to Abe Lincoln for his re pnevo. Soon as President Lin- coin learned her mission he in formed her without explanation that her .wishesj could not possi bly be granted. The mother a rose in the President's face and said : "Now Abo Lincoln I came to Washington to get my boy re prieved and I am going to stay right here until he is set free. I am right here with you and I will be until you write that par don. I am going to eat with you, sleep at your house and re main right here until you grant my request." He immediately turned to his secretary and directed him to. at once write the pardon for the woman's incarcerated son. The Times is ori the good roads proposition with the same per sistency. We don't expect to succeed as quickly as the dis tressed mother but it will have its effect, and will be right here until we get what we are clam oring for. . Professional Farming Pays. profes- sional farming will pay. How many of our farmers have any fine seed corn for nslo? Beforo long everybody will want soiim first class seed corn. How many men are cleaning up their thickets anil fence rowp, preparatory sowing them in grass? If tobacco is cut out thh year each farmer should raise n. least what his family will consume and these corners cleaned up will raise good truck and it will pay. At least one half of our farmers are now out of potatoes, apples, cabbage, beane, pu in pk inland many are out of meat, com and hay and yet all of these products are high ana it pays to raise them. Muke your fields smaller and farm them closser und use more matiiire and fertil izer. Owenton Democrat. The man in New Yurk las' week who declared himself King McNamara who killed Jacob Kel-laformerly of this city, in Lexington 12 years pgo, was brought back to Lexington where he was proved to not be the man. r, SEEDS SPECIAL fiFFEB . tv ri Planter ihoold test the Buynnur uicrmoi uur Northern Grown RMria. Freth, Reliable. Pure Guinateed toPliaie JgMW u.r ISO :fLv cents . COLLECTION tat U TtrMlu CblM n.w.r Sm ; with . . . .... ;v v nun r w.i i, rT..i:,..""' JU l.OO - 1 lit Ho.. Bt. KockfordTllllnoU N DR. BELL'S AiMTi-PAl- For Internal and External Pains 1 B 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 Waltersville, Ky. We 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 February is the shortest month in the year, but it is far from possessing the shortest number of eventful days, among them be ing, Ground Hog, the 2nd, Lin coin's Birthday, the 12th, St: Valentine's Day the 14th, and Washington Birthday the 22nd. The coal bin is holding up better than we expected.' The usu al winters supply was moro than half gone Christmas, but it has gone down but little since then compared with the way it went in the month of December. Wo still believe if those per leave Powell county und succeed would stay with us and try here as hard as they try ufter they leave they would suc ceed just ns well in Powell boiib who carry a full line of General Merchan dise and are selling the goods to our g large trade and they tell us they are 1 Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round some day and give our Price is Always Right. Give us your trade.this year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Don't forget the place. place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They will open your eyes to an opportunity. comity. The sale of It. L. Shimfessel on Hardwick's creek yesterday was largely attended and articles all G. W. Clark, sold well. 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" C. "SHIMFESSEL. 4 James B. Hall, of Lexington, was in the city Saturday., c The pressure has been so great Mr. H. G. Garrett that ho has decided to mako the race for Railroad Commissioner from this rUIJLlSHED EVKlir TUUK3DAT. the Ord district, and has issued a Subscription rates $ a j ear or three card making known that decision. Mr. Garrett is a native of years in advance $3. tiild county, uuJ us his usaured J. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. nomination is equivalent to an election advance congratulations Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. from his old homo county are - - Feb. 1G, 1911 Thursday, pouring in. THE TIMES. 1 SPOUT SPRING. Joe McKinnoy is, visiting rel atives at Wiimore. Moses McKinney was calling on friends at Irvine Sunday. Misses Zella Sam 8 nnd Mary Tut lie rrc uttundiug college at Irvine. spent Mrs. Belle Burgher Wednesday with relatives in Clay City. o:i LOOK HERE. come to For Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts and CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub acribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices lielow mentioned : The Times and $1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer. 1.10 it Louisville Commercial 75 (i Home and Farm 76 Courier-Journ- al " Keep an eye on the hatchet or the little boy may chop down cherry tree or two in playing George Washington. But then most people in Powell are im mune because they haven't got W. A. Dodsworth, business the cherry tree for George to cut manager of the New York Jour- down unless it be a wild cherry. nal of Commerce testified before The Republicans who so loyal the House Ship Sudsidy Commit ly support the moneyed inter tee that the shipping interests hud offered $100,000 for the edi- ests trom principle we imagine torial influence of liis paper. The must turn green with envy when Journal of Commerce carried it they see. a Democratic Legislator seems a lot of advertising for the walk off with a few hundred crofters but refused to 6oll their thousand for supporting the same editorial policy. The new Dem measure. ocratic Senator from West VirWe were asked the question ginia mustliave come out fine if the other day if the Christian the grafters are paying that much church yard was going to be put for support. n potatoes as it was apparently By all Kentucky has a law agninBt yeady for some crop. gambling, but such must lose all means let us rid our towu of the i ts respect when the papers are rooting hogs. telling of the gambling on the New York Republicans and Hie identity of a prisoner at Lexingare very much ton last week when the afraid lest the Democrats may Judge and the Sheriff took the an unfit Senator. It is a lead. Crap shooters are being choose safe bet that tho new man will pulled and fined every day. One of these forms is just an honora- be an improvement on Piatt and Depew. ble as the other. The only difference is we expect better of The prospects of Democratic the ofiicers of the law and we do egislation is bright. When tho not the crap shooters. Steel Trust cuts tho salary of its president to $50,000 a year it The rich county with its must be fearful of a curtailment improved roads can get of its tariff graft. the same benefit from proposed State aid as the poorer counties. About tho only thing that ap They being more able to raise a pears to have been well done by larger 6um of money to put into the enumerators employed in the further improvement of their taking the census last year was roads can get a correspondingly the manner in which they drow larger sum than the poorer coun- their salaries, ties. The new law proposes to Experience has taught us that Hive good roads to counties that t is more dangerous in this coun have poor roads now and better roads to counties that have good try to bny trade or steal a hog worth $10 than it is to buy, trade loads already. or steal an office worth ten thou When wo knock against the in- sand dollars. decent hog on tho streets of Clay What bothers tho people in City wo are not knocking against Adams county, Ohio, is tho ques the Mayor or city council. We have been right there and know tion of maintaining their automobiles, now that thoy can no they are up against a hard The hogs have been al- onger sell their votes. lowed to run ut Inrf.o olrnmlv ton Thtt lotvn tow is u complaint m long. A clean town is attractmany well regulated towns but ive, but what enn bo said of a ylien dirty town. No one cares tolivo Clay it comes to tho town hog City will take the cake. in such a place any longer than they cuu get away. Chickens pay more and cat less A scientist says there about 200 than n porker; and somehow we volcanoes in the world. Wonder prefer u poultry show to a hog if ho counted Oyster Bay. town. semi-Democraty prop-oBition. The ship subsidy bill put through the Seuate last week is nothing but simple stealing from he poor to give t.o the. rich, with up pretense of disguise or denial. ,lt had the support of Taft and won by the vote of Vice Presi dent Sherman on a tie of Hie Senate. With' no" exception (lie Democrats voted solidly a gainst it. One Democrat-Senfor, Watson, of West. Virginia. tailed to be present and vote with his party at the proper time nd he is being fairly roasted by lus party. Several Insurgent Uepublicans voted with the Dem ocrats. a Teddy comes out square for the election of United States Sena tors by popular vote. Tho Dem ocrats have been demanding this method of their election for years, the Republicans opposing. Every good plank in theG. O. P. platform has originated in the Democratic party aud W. J. Bry an is the' real desiguer of most al of them. Muddy roads in the country and muddy hogs in the city is an, unsightly appearance which we must bear if we live in Clay City and we are expecting to stay here for some time at least and keep on a knocking and hammering away on these and other evils, until there is a sign of a reformation. J imes Harrison has moved to the placebo recently rented from John T. Wright. James Snowden has moved from Hardwick's creek to Shell McKinney's farm. W. J. dhistopher, Sr., who' re cently moved to' Fayette county is hero looking after his farming interests. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O have We, the undersigned, known F. J. Cheney for the Mast 15 yenrs, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan fc Marvin, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. 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 Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Silk Petticoats our store and .we will do our best to please you, both in Price and Quality. We have the goods and will, not carry them over. It's to your terest to see our line and get our in- Very Low Prices before buying elsewhere. Gome early and get pick and choice as such goods cannot last long. at such prices Mrs. J. W, Williams. USE HOPE Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Banking and Business Businesss has always been $ MILLS FLOUR- PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread and pies the wcjman is who has made them from Hope Mills' flour. Success in bread or cake baking is ahvuys sure to follow when you use this high grade and satisfactory flour, sold everywhere. the great leader of nations in our civilization march. .Banking service ing safety with plus gard for the tion has of combinprogres-siveness, courteous re- treatment and a due our accommoda- customers, Mfg'd by J. ANDREW HM"HHf4"-H''H"H"H'lt"- CAIN, Versailles, Ky. ' always been on our this ' steady aim, and platform invite tion. of service we your"' - THE - considera. INSURE WITH I P. A. LYON & SON. The Xjourtinfr Insurance of JEuNtovii JContuolcy. AgroiitH t ! Clay City National Bank, Clay City, Ky. Over $200,000,000 Represented. i i Every one who knows anything about insuranco know tiiev are leaders in tins line. r We Ask You to take Careful, for your female troubles, because we are sure It will help you. Remember that this great female remedy g FRUIT and SHADE TREES. everything for SEEDS Bucuees mess succeed i A. ORCHARD, LAWN, and GARDEN, Write r I SPECIAL OFFER:Will trial Hi'W.w tU.l.tM. "tU4 ntftk U tou our Mrman.at cmtomer. VtllootlnM II.4Uk.ITnrlrtkilL.t- - has brought relief to thousands of other sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weak ness, many have said It Is "the best medicine to take." Try HI for free Catalogue. Mo Agents. . H. F. & HMenmeyer SEND III Grlcni. a MlM tkl. T.1..V1. O.Wf ul pMll(jM . l.rirMtl.. B.lifl fc4.4 Mn lla.k, to MM j I Sons, KY. Sold in This City LEXINGTON, formerly of For that cough. Get a bottle of tliis city for n copy of the Pine-vill- e Dr. Hell's Pine-Tn- r Honey. It is Sun giving a detailed nc: the best. AN ALL PAPER. count.of tlie lianjrinfr of the rnpist Prcachw-- at Hazel Green. James White together with a Rev. Mr.Doggett, THURSDAY, .... Fob. 10, 1011. history of his crime all f till v of the Clay City Orphanage, ,i ill''' LOCAL- BREVITIES. Sutherland's Bugle Bye Salve here Sunday morning and even-ing- , Is the best eye remedy ever offered ah.l delivered two very in li. F. Hatton, of Winchester, the public. It is a snow white oint- teresting sermons. On both ocis here on business. ment painless, harmless and abso- casions he was greeted with good Mrs. A. T. Whitt is visiting lutely guaranteed to cure. At alj congregations, the attendance at dealers. 25c a tube. friends in Winchester. night filling the house to its utmost capacity, there beihg no We Can't Sample Them. Mike Wilson, of Camargo, was night service at the Christian S. Annrgyros, a corporation of here yesterday buying cattle. Mr. Doggett has been New York sends lis a box of 20 Church. Grover and Bert Harnett, of cigarettes and asks us to smoke assigned to this work and will Mt. Sterling are here on busi them nnd of cdurso speak a good preach here every first Sunday. ness. Hazel Green Herald. word for their goods. We never Sight Too Valuable S. R. Curtis sold a pair of smoked a cigarette in our" life horse mules to Chas. Rupnrd for and feel that it is a little'too late To be neglected. Sutherland's Eain life now to take up such a bad gle Eye Salve will cure any case 8275.00. of sole eyes, granuloted lids, oppractice. Dr. J. H. Stamper, an expert thalmia or any inflamed condition A Bcautitul Woman optician from Lexington was here of the eyes. Painless and harmless. Must have a beautiful skin. Dr. Tuesday and Wednesday. Bell's Antiseptic Salve removes 25c a tube at all dealers. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams, pimples, black heads, chaps, and When a man's wife makes his spent a few days with Elder L. J roughness, leaving the skin smooth. neckties you can hardly blame Reynolds nei:r Paris, Ky. the Try it on our guarantee. him for wearing long whiskers. tirst of the week. Celebrates Birthday. Mr. W. W. Wilson, HOME-MADE THE TIMES. Wo are under obligations to Help Wanted Fortune Telling Does not take into consideration the one essential to wom en happiness womanly health. The woman who neglects her 'health is neglecting the very foundation of nil good fnrtttn". For without health love, loses its lustre and gold is hut dros... Womanly health when lust or ir.ipttircd limy generally bo regained by the ujo of Dr. Pierce's I nvurite Prescription. , This Prescription for over 'SO years. ... , ,. i ... ivutiicn, by the hwiuredu thousands nnd this too In the privacy of their homes without their having to suhmlt to Indclh cafe Questioning and otltnslvcly rcpuij. nant examinations. hn-3. s 1 - Sick women ere invited to consult Dr. PiVtve hv li.f.r AH correspondence held ni sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dn. Piercr's Great Family Doctor Hook, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition 1000 pages, answers in Plain Enplisb hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 atamps. Zl one-ce- fr. We have the largest and plete line most com- - of STOVES to be found in Central Kentucky. 84th Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Wallace, of Irvine, celebrated her 81th relieves almost instantly. birthday at her homo Monday, We guaruntee it to give satisfac February (5th. Mr. and Mrs. I a disease. Asthma Dr. Bell's Win. Monntz, Sr. and Mrs. Ellen McKinney, of this city, and Win. Oh yon Mr. Ground Hog, we Shimfeasol, of Ilardwick's Creek, have lost our faith in your weathwere among the number present. er forecasting. Never again will Mrs. Wallace is a sister of Mrs. we put any confidence in you. Mount-.- . tion Albert Welch, of Stanton, has Falls Victim To Thieves. moved to Ladoga, Ind. whither S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., he orders the Times sent as re- has a justifiable grievance. Two minder of old home hapenings. thieves stole has health for twelve "Dr. and Mrs B. R. Smith, of years They were a liver and kidConnersville, Ind. are the proud ney trouble. Then Dr. King's New parents of a new son which ar- Life Pills throttled them. He's well ncV. Unrivaled f6r "'Constipation, rived on "the 8th inst-- B. R. Malaria, Headache, Dyspepsia. 25c. Smith, Jr. Lumber Co's. at Swann-Da- y The Ladies' weekly prnyor To Improve Our Courts. meeting services will be held From the many nice things with Mrs. J. II. O'Rear "at (he said in the papers Olay City Hotel next Tuesday that are throughout the Sta'to about Cir at 2 :80 p.m. cuit Judges when they go from Croup one district to another and hold Cause uneasy nights but if you will court, it would seem that a visit r use Dr. Bull's Honey it ing judge is better than a resiwill relieve in a few minutes. There dent judge. This gives room for i nothing better. Guaranteed by thought, and we have come to the all dealers. . conclusion that it would be best for all concerned if tho Circuit Nineteen hundred nnd eleven Judges could be elected by the is the first year since 1799 having all odd figures. It is the first voters of one district, but let the year in a century to contain three governor assign them to any dis he cl.o ises, changing them ones. This will not occur again trict from time to time. This would until 8111. remove tliem almost entirely The House passed a bill making from the evil influence of poli ; the tyenlbership of the body 183 tics, for they would be holding " after Mnrcji 8, 1018. Tito Demo-crat- e court most of the time in dis and the Insurgents combin- tricts other than the one from ed and defeated the machine or. which vthoy were elected, and, ganizution. there would not bo the temptation to court political favor that All Skin Troubles" Are overcome by using Dr. Bell's there is now. The judiciary should be romov Antiseptic Salve. It is as pleusent ' to use as pure cream and if guaran-- ' ed as fur from politics as possitee'l to givesutisfaetion, ;J5ou box ble and it seems to us that this plan is not only feasible but pracEight cars of steel are now here ticable. Irvine Herald. to replace tho wooden trestle on' Tortured For 15 Years the railroad bridge east of this wtoinach trouble by a The concrete butments city. that bullied doctois, and resisted 'were placed in readiness last all remedies he tried, John W. t. full and are now ready to receive Mndders, of Moddersville, Mich., the steel. He had to sell seemed doomed. Wife (lot Tip Top Advice. Hi'b his farm and give up work. My wife wanted uie to take our neighbors said, ''he can't live much boy to the doctor to cuie an ugly longer." "Whatever I ate distres boil," writes D. Frankel, of Stroud. sed 1110." he wrote, till 1 tried OkLi. "I said put Huckleu's ArniBitters, which worked buch ca Salve on it.' She did so, and it wonders for me that 1 Tan now eat cured the boil in a short time." tilings I could not take for years. (Quickest healer of Hums. Scalds, Its surely a grand remedy for stom' Cuts, Corns, Hrniues, Sprains, ach trouble." Just as good for the ' Swellings. Best Pjle cure on eiirth. livor and kidneys. Every bottle 'Only 'Sou t Swaiiu-DuLumber guaranteed. Only 50o at Swann-Da- y Go's, store. Lumber Co.'s store. Pin-Ta, cure-defyin- Life Saved At Death's Door. "I never felt so near my grave," writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, Tex,, 4,as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 100 pound3, in spite of doctor's treatment for two years My father, mother, and two sisters died of cons"mption, and that I am alive today is due solely to Dr. King's New Discovery, which completely cured me. Now I weigh 187 pounds and have been well and Rtrong for years." Quick, safe, sure, its the best remedy on earth for coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Come in and give us a look. 2 Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, croup, and all throat aud lung troubles. 30c and SI. Trial bottle free. Guafejiteed' 'by Swaiw-DaLumber Co.'s store. y Winche&er, - Ky. Farm for Sale Containing 33 acres one and miles 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 10 acres of good tobacco land. For further particulars call at this office. one-hu- lf le-x- Clearance Sale AU Dr. Bell's Antisepxiocjalve Good for all Skin Diseases j CAPITAL. STOCK, s 100,000 SURPIiUS AND UN- DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 jij of our Fall & Winter goods are going at Reduced prices. Fall it Winter Millinery Goods, SI $ g W TOE Dry Hoods, Notions, Winchester Bank. OF WlNOIIHTRII. KV. Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Shoes, Hats.JShirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats nnd Work Coats, Sewing Machines, Cook Stoves, Ete. '4 tj N.HOI.I.V Witiibhspoon, Prks. V. R.. Sl'HAIt, Oasiiibk. K to K jS 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 SOLICITED tJ V& tf& zv. &tt k sa em tAa eft the following lines which on account of being tho mott o vprstocked on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. g J.B.nAUPPIN, I Watchmaker y Jeweler. . All Kinds of Watch and Clock oh Shsr? Nst!cc rr.i Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTGGD. Line of !c?!rln Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' Olothing1, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Women's Overshoes in Arctics and Rubbers. Shoas, Wool and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool and Ootto Bed Blanket?, ook Stnvo? m( and Sewing Machines. Jewelry J CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY. Call and see me In River Motel Building, y Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I j -- ?r. ' 4 NEW BRA FARMER. A A page Devoted to the Special Interests of our Farmer Readers. New Feature Adden. For some time v:o have been com oinpltu my; i ne iiiimiiig oi' a special piitie luvotel to the interests of our fanners. The uplift of the county ns it occurs to . now must come through the agricultural resources. Ourtini-- I r is practically gone and in u w years our present large saw-- i lilling interests must subside. We have no mineral wealth to yet speak of, so we must revert to the farm as our source of wealth. This is the best, and, nil ia all, the pleasanfest and most wire way of gaining a livelihood. And since we must make our living from the farm why not use t ne best methods of getting it from the soil? Vou, reader, have doubtless read much about scientific farming, but few of our subscribers know yet what the principles of bcientific farming is. At any lute it is different in our part of she State to that taught in other parts of the State. We have a In moro serious proposition. other parts, they only contrive to keep u) the fertility of the I' then to be saving all the manure produced on the farm. Your stock should 'be bedded heavily ns in doing this vou make more manure and it will nil be good. If you neglected to cut broom- sedge last fall for this, purpose and have no straw or worthless hay, better go to the woods and carry leaves. It will pay you better for your labor than any thing you can do. Take our word for it this time and the next tune our word will be vour word. State Farmers Institute Meets. The State Farmers' Institute will meet at Mt. Sterling for five days beginning next Thurs-daIt is fortunate for Powell county that the Institute is held this year eo closp to homo and eveiy farmer in tllfa county should attend this Institute as he can there gain much information on the subject that interests him most. Those of us who make our living from the farm should certainly strive to learn the best way to get that living' and next week at Mt. Sterling is a good time to get a bit of this much to be desired information. y. $5.00 Recipe Cures. Sick People-FRE- E Recipe of Wonderful New Medicdl Discovery SRNT FREE. I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, in a plain ordinary sealed envelo, e to any one who will write dfc for it. Just send we your name and address at once nnd'you will receive the recipe by return mull, charges paid. I will also 6end you free of charge my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. I 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 dailv by this wonderful discovery. Sit down todav and write me, as vou mav not see this oirer again. I know my treatment is a s;ifu and sure cure for Rheumatism, Dia- betes, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipation, Indigestion, Head ache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impure Old biddie is getting busy and Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all Lack of Soil Fertility. bringing down the high cost of Uric Acic1 Diseases. There are millions of acres, living so far as eggs are concernespecially in the Southern States, ed. Box 2001 Boston, Mas?. Dr. D. J. WALSH, that lack only the essential of In your planning for crops this fertility to produce big profitable crops, that would mean wealth spring don't forget the cow pea and prosperity for the framer. and give it a good share in your How is fertility to be acquired? plans. 'It is a long and difficult and This pretty weather is alright process? Does it demand to set out your onions and sow a Are you one of the thousands of women who a large cash outlay? No; its ac- lettuce bed but that's enough for suffer from female ailments ? so, don 't be discourquisition is comparatively easy February and" we might say aged, go to your druggist and got a bottle of Wine of and open to any farmer of enter- March too. Cardui. On the wrapper are full directions for use. prise and intelligence. It is rot During the last half century, Cardui has been The farmer who always sows iifcessary to draw your savings established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy grass on a snow in February und out of the bank. It is not necessafor pain which only women endure. is reliable, never fails to get a set. will be ry tosend to South America for ninoil while we must devise means contains no harmful ingredients and can be depend knocked out this time it seems trate of soda at $80 00 per ton, oi ed, on in almost any case. to enrich our soil and sir the and will have to' sow sonic other to fertilizer linns for potash and Name time to get a living from it, way. phosphorous. Science has devisThis will lie the mission of this If you failed to get your pased a way by which we can impage devoted to farming which part these elements' the soil tures cleaned oil" last fall now is will be found under the approa good time to complete the job. priate head of "New Era without wasting a dollar. There Grass don't grow well in filth and is no magic or slight of hand or l'uruior". tiresome formulas to learn ; noth- what does grow cannot be easily The writer for years has been J34 ing more indeed than the annu- gotten to by stock. reading all kinds of agricultural al sowing of a third or so of the There is notliipg on,; the place .literature, and .for the past two farm in leguTne crops, middle TfiSre valulibre'r'iastiffgrhaii Mrs. Charles Brerer, of Sweetser. Ind.. tried CardiiL She a jreaTs has been experinientingon writes: "Tongue xannot tell how much Cardui has done for me: gumes are nothing more than Before I began taking Cardui I could Hot do a day's work. the best Methods of making a our old friends, cow peas, soy patch of blue grass It may4)e a small patch and be on the best would work awhile andlie down. I' shall always-givpraise to your poor worn out farm a productive beans, crimson nod red clover land you've got, but it pays to xry uaraui. medicine, otte. In the latter venture we and vetch. These faithful friends let it grow and plow somewhere li.ive made many mistakes and AT ALL DRUG STORES will not only enrich the soil for else. but few successes and have a us by filling it with costly fertilgreat deal more to learn yet than We propose tp" advocate a new izing elements, but will ever pay we know, but what ever we may era in farming, thus we have apus, and more, for all the trouble SlJWRY OF L. & E. TlflE TflSLE. departhave learned we are anxious to and expense on our part of seed propriately styled this "The-Negive our readers the benefit of. ment of the Times and cultivation. All these leWe hope our farmer readers will Read it each No. Mo. 5, Era Farmer". No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, gume crops furnish valuable hays Daily Sundav Stations. lead this pane and if at least in week, it will do you no harm if if Daily. Daily. and grains that make them as .Daily. Onlv.' Ex. Sun. a small way experiment n little you no good. profitable for themselves alone as does and see if they can not make a P. M. A, M. A. M. The daily papers this week tell l M. A. M. anything we can raisj on the few acres of their land bettor us that cattle are advancing in 3:!" Lexington, 7:3.'. 10:25 0:05 0:55 farm. Inland Farmer. each year and if the New Era A'incliestHr, 9:40 0:18 5:20 8:13 price and hogs declining. All ;:(') The writer trows all of the Farmer can only get a few farm S :(; 5:Q7 L. & 11. Junction, 9:00 9:34 farmers should read a daily pa- 3:i() except the soy beans on our S :42 3 ::U 9:20 Indian Fields, ors to doing this the editor will 8:45 4:53 experiment farm which we will per and keep posted as to price 3:5o i) 9m 8 Via CLAY CUT, 4:35 feel repaid for his effort. 8": 15 now call "The New Era Farin-sre- j. and manage ill ways to 6cll when 3 :58 Stanton, 8:54 4:20 0:10 Tlmaly Advice. '.1:15 4 :o Itosslyn, 8:48 8:00 4:20 We triml to grow the the market is going up. !i :23 The Now Era Farmer will try soy beans too but the rabbits 8 :4!i 8:03 Filson, 4:14 4:14 It is a splendid time now to plow 4 :30 8:28 7:48 Campton .Tnnctlon, :38 3:57 as best it can to always give time- would eat them up as fast as sod land. I'iow what you can 4 :35 !) :43 H:2G 7 :45 Natural Bridge, 3:5h. ly advice. Thero is nothing more they could grow, so we had to 5) :afl when it is cool and see how much v4:t7 3 :4'f 8:15 Torrent, 7:30 important at this time of the' this important crop in fa- better the team will stand it and 6:10 3 :20 :7:54 l(i:17 Beattyville Jet, 7:07 year in restoring soil fertility vor of the new velvet bean. 2 :25 11 :15 O. & K. Junction, 7:05 0:15 then this work will be out of the 1 2 :20 Y:00 C:t0 0:10 Jackson, way whon your spring work uick'sand, 11:40 1:50 coines'on in a rush lat'er. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID WkW The Following COXNHOTTONS are made Daily Except Sunday. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES M Now'is the tiiiie to burn your Wool on CommlHlon. Wrltt tor price- L. ic E. Junction: Nus. 1 and 3 will connect with th" C. & O. Hallbroomsedge, but pick a time list mentioning thli ad. way for Mt. St'.rling, Ky. when the wind will not blow the Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun Cugipton Junction: JOHN WHITE & CO. Go first fire into your fences. tain Central bVilway for passengers to and from Campton, Ky around the fence and Bet lire and Beattyville Junction: Nos. 2 will connect with the L. & A. And let it bum out u.piece. for Beattyville, Ky. don't &et too jituch afire at one O. S: K. Junction: Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with the O. &K. Rail t PIAWAMII MHMMW All ...... A. FACTORY Mill GUI!, way for Cannel City, Ky. and way sta ons. time. My Piano OhOt. anuannnnnFi Notice to Creditors. k&ivu all wUlni exjkoiue u iHjy.yy.,...'. iu Jobber, k .. ...I .1 .... i.. n Any and all perrons 'holdinir SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Retail Prloo. Olub Price. claims a.'iiirsi the undersigned by . Bourbon Poultry Cure Is rcoctmlzod a tbsatsndard poultry nn 4170 nn remtxlv of tbu world. It Is the oao remedy tost can bo den S02U.OO $2213. BO note, accounts, or in any other on wliu uDboiuio vcruuniy 10 euro ana present S07B.OO S24H.OO 011 p, ssaa.uo capacity whatever are hereby no. 0oHt Cliolora, It forms of neck. Diarrhoea und ull libberA drop in tno drln'.ilnifozbtlmrkeei fonls poultry aud Make I you a membe- rnuitltny water A WEEK tilled to present same to mo for paylw froo from dle.sa. A Mo bottle mukoH 13 gallons of medicine. For sends a piano to your s up your dues tag troauuoat of DlackhooU and otuir diseases la tur koj ment within the next thirty days home and saves you the and In caso of death as I want to settle up everytliipg middlemen's profit. elves vou recolnt nt once. If said claims art) not pre- In full for ysurlC -- FOOT NOTES. Why Suffer ? If It CARDUI It Will Help You I I Kust-Boun- d. West-Boun- (i:l PI 11 A AND HIDES i fjp llfW 1 0 S, B Bail-wa- y $BrUIUnr llHfin B o-r- n rnUrll-SHlHNI- iiiHMiiep a $1. 25 o ucj.on I 9 - tod ay. pyT' Ilht 0. EVANS PIANO C0 '"' Locutt. Be S Terras let thM rental. ... -- , . d .Mi .i. i.i !!;ult oi i.!i' '' Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS I IIOME qnallty, nnllmtlwl f,rntf-- . aatliiiliictiou or mouev retuniJod. A uilll rreater reduction bv n&incr nnr onapou uiaQ. l aii or wriie lor pa.iu.tory booklet at once. "! ,i S "Ar $r vn sS rSELJlL'.'.' H. . Motse, U. "I'ljuoafroui Kuctorjr MnureTuiiei .ttT & 3.!0't. 'V S S ' prisons are hereby warned that any claims later 'qppelirlng are fraudulent. I (lUhliW) jn oruer to get uiy ufluirs ttjbwound up an I learn some person are claiming I am indebted (o them by notn Hiid in other ways whjh is'not true. CJay City, I)j,f,Fb. loth, 1011. H, McIiuohIi. NO I I I EQUAL Mr. W.W.Rlrtoo.Kopklasvll!.Ky.,My.l "I 'havtbtcn tliinchlck'cD loratly fifiyyis nj HaarboaPodUry(fliiltinotfwilaoiyuiicly have mi luaJ lor Cholctt od U." it Mr V.P CIy,Pui, Ky., itytt "Laityetr I rtlted bunilrcdi 01 cnlckcni fit uooi liy titinj lhm IIohiIvmi Poulti Ow lnn4 d Umbcraeck," a sura cue iat Cbol( tf c All Lauding DrugaUU. 60o Br Bottl. - Trial Vial ft. S)ldbv Swann-Da- y Lbr. Co. ijgYkk & Co., oianion. Qay City.