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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 23, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911022301_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 23, 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. I"- - THE CLAYfCITY TIMES B f 1.1)1) Year In Advanc. We are here lo help Clay "jf ' ,, t, .1. Sorronniing Coantry and Oarselves. E. I5ttrgbcr, Publisher. VOL XVT, To Moke QLAY CITY, KF4,JgjiURSDAY, FEBRUARY Platform. Same Condition in Powell. be Worse. 23. 1011. NO. 8 Looking Over New Road. M. A. Phillips county Attorney and Green Spurlock, a mem- nniioiiccmcut that tlic State Executive Committee will call a convention, after the primary, for the purpose of formulating n platform for the party in t lie coming campaign is right enough hut it is somewhat on the reverse order of things. It is putting the platform on the candidate instead of the candidate on the platform, but it is nil right. It will dispose of the cry sure to be raised by the that the Democratic party, notwithstanding recent sweeping victories, is a dumb animal und .afraid to express its sentiments. Owensboro Messenger. Tlio always maintained that the value of farm lands in Lee county would bo twice what if now is if we had gooi.roads uoiuiitwns are terrime, yet we go on year after year doing noth ing and apparently not caring But the time has come when something must be done. We hope the" next session of the Leg' i si at tiro will pass a road law that Wo will be of some force and give us a chance to have roads no mat ter what they cost. The price cannot be too high. Beattyville liae Enterprise. To Keep up with Other State. Hp Fiscal Court Meets. The Fiscal court met in called session Monday and directed the County attorney to bring suit Wm. Bowon, Jr. and Thos. Boone and their bondsmen for mony due the county now in their hands. Bowcn is to be sued for .$0,725 and Boone for .$8,500. If pended in "State aid for good these amounts can be secured it roads". Middlesboro News-Re- c will be a great help to the coun- ord. ty and will put it on The Jackson Times and the Jackson Commercial Club have Night Riding Begins, each extended the edjtor of the fipportsof tli first night rid- Times a kind invitation to attend ing of the season cime to the the of the Mountain -- Burley Tobacco (jnion headquarPress Association. It is with re ters in Lexington, from Nicholas grets that we cannot attend, but otfr'best wjshrHre'kWitK"thVte8tr 'According to the reports sever- of the boys and certainly do wind al tobacco beds were dug up dur-in- g them individually and collective the night and in one case a ly great success. grave was excavated in the midTaulbee Mountss is home from . dle of a bed. Nicholas County for long has West Virginia. been the locality for night riders For Sale. one man having been killed Farm of 44 acres und 0 poles j thero in a night ride two years miles from Clay Cuy. Good builu ago. logs, well watered, close to ehurvii und tchool. Lot of tie timber on D. B. Bradley, of Williams- place and more coming on. burg is visiting friends in the A. D. Williams, Clay City, Ky. city. ex-sherfirst-meetin- May tne present wave ot ap proval of State aid for good roads in Kentucky cover every inch of its surfaco, and place it shoulder to shoulder in the march of prog ress with New York, Pew Jer sey, Massachusetts, I'ennsylvan ia and the other States which have long ago demonstrated beyond question the magnificent re turns upon millions of dollars ex Many persons coming into town say the roadsTcannot be made a ny worse. Wjjrtl we certainly do not care to haje them made any worse but 8ure1y- - would like to see them 'a great derl better and we are certain? we will not get them so gpodut what they can be improved?6'pon. So we will not try to'getjhem too goo. But. something must be done in Pow ell county fhisyear. True enough the county ,with its present, bridge debt hanging over it can give but little aid, but the peo pie can got .better roads by al helping to theamount that wil be financially .benefitted. vvnynor. good roads associa tions be formed on every road in the county, and those living on such road in tho early Spring take their topis and teams and go on the roadi and stay there until the roau bed is properly graded all the, wav along witl the necessary ditches and cul verts placed at; the proper plsces Dig down hills, widen out nar row places andmake fills where they are So badly needed. Make the improvements respond to la bor wholly if possible but where not practical o'do so, call upon the cuarifyfiir Jthe cash expenses and the Times-isure you wil get the. help. ypseek. Let each road feeotiptf'wiw.a will to help s Jack Spratt's Platter. Hfs wife would eat no lean, betwixt them both They nte one goat, And licked the platter clean. And speaking of platters reminds us that a great many families would like to have a new platter to decorate the table with, and we are going to tell them how to get it. The American Farmer, published at Indianapolis, is giving away a beautiful Violet Dinner Set free, including a Jack Spratt Platter-wh- ile they last to a certain number of our readers. This Violet Dinner Set is of fine grade, lighi in weight, very tough nnd durable. It is snowy white in color and has a genuine china glaze, giving the set a smooth and velvety appearance. The shapes are latest Havilund design, with deep, scalloped edges, handsomely ornamented with scrool work. Each piece is decorated with a beautiful cluster of violets, with flowers and grten leaves i n natural colors. Each piece also has an elaborate of vining sprays in gold all baked in and glazed over so that the decorations are in no way affected by wear or washing, and will be found just as bright and attractive after years of service as at the time we send them to you. Every piece is parfectly made, very handsome in design and finish. It will be a beautiful surprise when .So semi-border Jack Spratt would vat no fnt ber of the Fiscal court from one of the upper precincts met 'Squire Wm. Davis and W. T. Adams at Waltersville, Tuesday to confer in reference to the building of a new road along up the river to Black creek. The road in all probability will be changed 6ome which will be a decided improvement as when there is a tide in the river the road is overflowed and cannot be used. A general convention of Bur-letobacco growers from Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia, in session at Lexington Monday eliminated the 1911 crop. The result of the meeting is regarded insome quarter sa spresag-inresumption of night riding-any g d similar disorders. A Cough Is a dangen signal and should not be neglected. Take Dr. Bell'p at once. It allays inflammation, stop the cough and heals the membranes. SEEDS Frtlk. Rtllthl. Pup uirantMdtoPlutt R PUnter should test th IQMrlor tnerltinffhif Northern G rown 6otdj. we wiu ead postpaid Why Not Trade At the Store structed. where you can get everything you need arti- Any reader ot mis piper wno the couny will show alispoeition sends 5 stamps or ten to help the people. cuits Bilver to the American FarmIn unity there is strength. Let er for three months' subscription each one interested, do his indi can learn "how to get this handsome Violet Dinner Set free. Advidual duty and not wait for all dress American Farmer, Indianapro come at once, wnen your olis, Indiana. neighbors see you mean business they will come and help if it is SQTIERliND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE at the last moment. When Good for Nothing but the Ee day is agreed upon to improve roadjiud should but one respond if that one will set to work in earnest and continue to work for a week, if that is the time agreed upon to work, and bofore that expires others will be there to lelp you and m this way it may be that a good stretch of road will be constructed, while if one or more waited for all who are benefitted by the road to come out, the road will never bo con two-cent thel'cuuuty;:kfiAto&a;iVd vou see it oar 4ilTrtetiMCMMrtow.rgM4. Wrt , . ju Stnt BU 1ft onto to Ulp ptr tmuJSd PJto D- Kockrord,IlHoU f ANTI-PAI- N For ?tEL L'S and External Pahu. WALDM & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. and save hunting all over town for some cle not kept by other merchants. Our Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County aid every article is the quality you may demand and the A new railroad, will bo survey ed beginning in June from Webb- villo in Lawrence county connect tug with the C. & O. at Paints- ville and then going on to con nect, with a road that is building in Harlan county. ' The new road will open up a rich territory of timber and coal. carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are We 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 year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. Goods delivered free It is said the Louisville and Nashville railroud will soon be gin to double track its line from Winchester to Cincinnati. The increase ot tratllo over tins line makes this improvement almost imperative. We have had fiftoon snows this winter so far and a weather prophet says we are to have fifteen more yot. Thero is some good nfter all in not having faith 1. O i .'i- - !.. i iib in a weaiuer iurucauiur. 1 to all parts ot the city. Don't forged the place. 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. G. SHIMFESSEL. flluv (lifcv ia line of tint n)inii. est towns in Kentucky of its size. Not a hog is to be seen anywhere. All praise to Mayor Loving and the City Council. Mt. Sterling wants brick streets and has appointed a committee to investigate the cost of juch streets in other.citiee; 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" Jfe- THE TIMES. PUHMSIIKD EVEKtf T11UU8DAV. .Subscription rates 81 a year or three vonrs in advance 82. .1. 15. IJiirnhcr, l'ulilishcr. second-clns- s Entered ns mull innttcr. Feb !:J, 1911, Thursday, -- -- CLUB llATES: For the convenience of our subscribers, wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : TJio Times ami "Courier-Journ. al " Cincinnati inquirer 1.00 1.10 75 75 " ' Louisville Commercial Home and Farm The Fiscal court of l'owell cdunty is to bo commended for it's prompt notion in its effort to save v hat money is coming to it now alleged to be in the hands of the "'Tax payers of the county are getting tired of always paying in money and then getHng nothing in return. Whatever these men owe the county it should be collected and thuf at the earliest moment. The Tunes believes in every man being brought to ac count be he a Democratic olHcial or a Republican oflicial. After election timo h over tliev all look nliWe to us. No oilieinl should over use one penny of the c;ty, county or state's money for their own use and purposes but should keep it separately then it would be no tiouble to show up an time. The day of the rooting hog in Olay City is past with the set ting of 'today's sun. Mayor Luther Loving has had notices,post-o- 3 warning all persons with hogs running ut. large on the streets of lay City to put thorn- up by the iSlrd of February which, is today. Al ayor Loving is to bo commended for this action, lie lias proven himself to bo a man who is not afraid to do his duty in'Bpite oj great opposition, nndhe'nnd Marshal A. T. 1'ettit will see that the law against hogs running at large' on the streets of Olay Oity j'j fully enforced. In doing tliij t!icy havo the thanks ojf a large percent, of Clay City's Ipulatio!i These excellent in r efl'ort to tfw a clean decent town will ever have tjie support of the Times. ls IJome Patron's Creed, buy Because iriy'interests'nro'' here. Because the community which is good- enough for me to live in is good ciiougn for .me in. Been u se 1 he! i o ve i nJ ra nsa rft i n g iness w mi .;;y :ricii..u. Because I want to see the goods, ii Because'I t Va'nt'to"get what buy when I pay for it. Because my homo' dealer, ''car rics" ine when I "run short." Because every dollar h spend at home stays at home and works for the community in which live. Because the man I buy from stands back of theigoods. .Because I sell what I produce here at home for cash and here buy sometimes on credit. I at-ho- ' SPOUT&SPRlNa. Henry Wisemnnjof Clrtrk was heroi'Fcjday buying cattle. Douglas Crovtyiji'' rented and moved to jo'tiito Vf. Lawqon's nlnf-e.- - - to-bu- y LOOK - HERE. come to :,'. Is- . : i G. W. LaVisorS teachling twelve days writing sdhool at tin's Davy Whitd'iPcBnflned to his bed from an injury' sustained Tuesday mornin.v Several, wennlitigj calves' have died in this community from ' black scours. For Lad ies' Cloaks, Skirts and Silk Petticoats Niley Sfonepind Miss Bes seCrow wero married 'at. the res idence of Titos. Crow, the bride's father, Thursday. Feb. 10, Elder G. W. Mclntoslofficiating. Mr. . How's'Thls? We olfer One .Hundred Dollars Reward for anycoso bf Catarrh that cannot bo cured 'HV Hall's Ca- tarrh Cure. F.4 J.CHElSfEY'& 'CO., loleuo, O ; We, tho. undersigned, have known F J. Cheney for the lost. 15 years, and believo him perfectly honorable in all business transac Lions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Warning. Kinnan & Marvin. Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Hairs uatarru uure.is tauen in ternally, noting directly upon the od and of the spnt free, system, TestimonialPrice 7pc. per bottle.! Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. mucqus.-.surfaces - 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- Because the man I buy from helps support my schools, un churches, my lodge, my home. Because the man I buy from pays his part of the town, county and State tax. Because when ill luck, misfor tune or bereavement comes, the man I buy from is here with his kindly greeting, his words of cheer and his pocket-hooif neet be. Here 1 live and here. I buy and hre it is I expect to die. . k Very Low Prices before buying elsewhere. ' Come early ,a"nd,get pick and. choice as such goods at such, prices cannot last long. In the near Spring, a young man's thought lightly turn to love. Many trust magnates are sued and pursued, hut lew are caught Let's change the name of the capital to Whitewashington. Kndeavor Prayer Meeting. Mrs. J. W. Williams i Program for Endeavor Prayer Meeting Sunday eneving at 7:80 reu. zoru. Song "Jeses Saves" Audi ence. , Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Cough and Colds.. v Lord's Prayer. Bible Lesson. Leader. (Isa. 5:1-18- ) "Roy Linton Porter's Mission ary work" Ada Johnson. "Population and Equipment for Christian Service in South" Mrs. J. II. Unrulier. Song "Rescue the Perishini:" Society. 5 Banking and Business BusinessR hns.always been 11 VI Li mm $ MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, Hread and pies the woman is 7vho has made them from Hon: Mills' flour Success in bread ut eako the great leader of nations in our civilization march. Itanking-serviceT-com bill- treatment and n due re Mrs. Albeit Johnson. Hymn "Onward Christian Sogard for thea'ccoinmodaldiers." tidn 0f,o'ui',!SciiBtfimer8, "Now is the Golden Opportunity" Mrs. W. T. Wood. has .always vbe.en our "Mission Work a Command steady aim, afd" on 'this The Republican party is oppos- from Christ" Miss Clark. Roll Call. Tilatf. irm of service ed to the Government guarantee Song. plan as advocated by tho Demoyou rconsidera- invite Endeavor Benediction. crats in the last national cam. tion. paign. Wo see however that the Kentucky the Best. - THE national banks must put up a The of the wild and guaranteoiund bofore they can wooly Southwest are crowding have a postal banks deposit or tho magazines and other publibecome ii regular U. S. deposi- cations of tho "efl'ete East" with tory. If it is necessary for Un- fabulous 6tories of wealth awaitdo Sam to have his deposits ing each and every one of the Clay City, Ky. guaranteed why not it bo neces- suckers who can bp induced to sary for individual depositors to bite at the bait, but an acre or have their deposits guaranteed two of old Kentucky, with propalso. Tho Republicans know its er cultivation and attention, le right but they hato to come to it worth more than all the sandhills so sdon as It is - one of Bryan's and prairie dog burrows ever bright ideus. heard of. Besides, it has been to take Cardul, for your'femalo related that, winter or summer, troubles, because wa are sure It 'Roosevelt says ho is for tho tho wind in the exploited regions will help you. Remember that of United States Senators will blow this great female.-rdy the teeth out of a saw, by direct vote of tho people. If and when the children go out to Teddy keeps on" sfealiiig from nether garments have- WIMFffl m. , play their '' wiHIuH .. 10 Uo tvciiuuu OOWII Willi lOUKS. pretty good standing. Siroccos in summer uud blizzards Langley is out of the race for in winter arc not mentioned in I has brought relief to"thousand3 of other sick women,, so why not to Governor. Everybody knew he tho aforesuid advertisements, you? For heada'che, backache, neither is the fact that uo rain wasn't "in il" before he said so. periodical pa'.n.ifcmale weakhas fallen in portions of the ness, many have.jtd U is ''the Tho worst politician will once Southwest for six months. You'd best medicine to tak." Try Itl in a while stagger up iiguiust bettur stay at home. Danville olil in TJtiU City P3 something good. , land-shark- s , "Organized Mission" (Matt. 10:1-1Ethel Johnson. "Condition i n Louisiana" ing safety with progres-sivenes- e, .plus4 courteous baking is always sure to follow when you use this high trade and satisfactory flour, sold overy whore. -- Mfg'd by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky.' INSURE - WITH r ' F. A. LYON & SON. Tiro JLioiuliuc: Iimuranao Agents ot Eiih4tM'i a - 4 4- ClayXity lont.ulcy. . 4. 4 - National Bank, Represented. i Over $200,000,000 v 4 Every one who knows anything about insurance know thoy nre leaders in this lino. r 4 4 4 We Ask You ..........i.........i..n.ii.A.rt.Aj..r..p..mn.fl..''.J'..'..i... . v TREES. Everything r m ill 111 for ORCHARD, LAWN, tU4rnaka fcollJ S.w llmltiMfc A trl:l will V rax out Drnuun ctatositr. I SPECIAL OFFER UIUKANTE1 TO I 1 rl'c Criirt)nn tM,nnnHttltuM . ana UAiutziy, Wrlte-t-or ,fyep Catalogue. Mo Agents, L Write to'dsyi Mention this Paper. H. F. HlUenmbyer t la.lnullr. cuthctlta ot SN ii h4i CuiWtb fi.it VMlpalJ, UfMlitr wltH ay l.lf (J Bc.llfitl f 4 d Jl .!. jCi Sons, LEXINGTON, ' m - KY. THE THURSDAY, TIMES. PAPER. .... AN ALL. HOMEMADE Feb. 23, 1011. "local brevities. Now for the ground hog winter ho hasn't failed altogether yet. J Dori8"T. Mize. of Louisville, carao in Sunday for a short visit to friends. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Heflin, of Clark county, Thurs day, Feb. l(Jth, a daughter. Dr. Martin reports the birth of daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse a Eaton of this city on the 18th. R. V. Garrett sold to John W. Williams about 20 cattle shotes at 7 cents to be weighed the 1st of Mtych. TheEstill Springs Hotel at Ir- vine was sold last week at Commissioner's sale for $10,000 to L, C. Riddell. Richard McKinYiey, of Union visiting his uncle, R. Hull, W. Garrett, near the city Saturday and Sunday. Asthma I a disease. Dr Bell's 'relieves almost, instantly. We guarantee it to give . Richmond will vote on the question of local option March 8rd. The wets are using every effort to carry the-cit- y. Omer Slimp went to Lexington last week and passed successful ly'for army services. He waB dispatched at once for Columbus, Ohio. 1 ;' All Skill Troabies A 6eiio'vo)erit citizen of Thos. II. Shimfessel, of Time-niwllotethtf.Pftstal SavArizona, is one of the now is located, in Kentucky, subscribers added to our list this ings bank week. Ho said ho was working started a deposit for every school child in the city. Neither whito on the desert near Phoenix. nor black was forgotten. A. C. Esfes to the Hel0 Wanted , farm on Hardwick's creek he re u .H.di. ii Iv. i.. oililOlXe cently Pine-Ta- r Honey. It is sel. A. P. Johnson will move to Dr. Bell's the best. tho Russell place he bought of Mr. Estes this week. In Boyle couiity two men have been indicted f6r cutting the Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Is the best eye remedy ever offered wires of independent telthey the public. It in u snow white oint ephone lino. ment painless, harmless dud absci wore paid by the East Tennessee lutely guaranteed to cure. At all inanagefscto 'do'the" wof"k. Sight Too Valuable dealers. 25c a tube. To be negleoted. Sutherland's EaWashington's Birthday. will cure any case Yesterday wap Washington's gle Eye Salve of soi e eyes, granulated lids, birthday. The "Father of our or any inflamed condition Country" succeeded in pcrpetu of the eyes. Painless and harmless. ating a name of national fame 25c a tube at all dealers. whether he deserved it or not The postoflice and bank wore Latest thirig'in is the allegatidc that patients from closed. the insane ward in an Illinois A Bcautitul Woman soldiers' home were whepled to Must have a beautiful skin, Dr the polls, and (hat the men who Bell's Antiseptic Salve removes took them there' got $10 apiece pimples, black heads, chaps, and for the votes. Happened in Uncle Joe's district, too. Louisroughness, leaving the r.kin smooth ville Herald. Try it on our guarantee. Life Saved At Death's Door. Moves to Boyle County. "I never felt so near my grave," vvesiev uarrelt. one ot our writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellingmost valuable citizens and best ton, Tex., "as When a frightful respected neighbors has sold his cough and lllng trouble pulled tpc property in old Clay City and down to 100 pounds, in spite of will soon move to Danville, Ky. doctor's treatment for two years Uur best wishes go with Mr Gh'r- - My 'father, mother, and two Bisters rett to his new home in the Blue died of consumption, and that I am gruss. alive today is due solely to Dr. King's NewDiscoverv, which comFalls Victim To Thieves. Now I weigh pletely cured me. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., 187 pounds and have been well and has a justifiable grievance. Two Quick, safe, thieves stole has health for twelve strong for years." sure, its the best remedy on earth I hey were a liver and kid years ney trouble. Then Dr. King's New tor coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, Life Pills throttled them. He's well croup, and all throat aud lung now. Unrivaled for" Constipation, troubles. 60c and 81. Trial bottjafceetf by Swann-DaMalaria, Headache, Dyspepsia. 25c. tle free, Lumber Co.'s store. Lumber Go's. at Swann-Dn- y x, -hns-movo- Mid-dlesboi- -o Afraid of Ghosts d Mny people are afraid ot fioit. Few people are afraid ot Jcrma. Yet the fhoit is fancy, and the erra li fact. If the erm could be magnified to ' ifze equal to it terror it would appear more terrible Ihitt any dragon. Germs can't be; avoided. 1 hey are in the air we breathe, the water we drink. The terra can only prosper when the condition The-men-sa- id aelf untf develop. W'-p- i tiiere is a titbcicc?y ct I vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek, hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the sleep Is broken, it is time to tfuard against the term. You can fortify the body against all tfefms by the use of Dr. Pierce's" Golden Medical Discovery. It increases (he Vital power, cleanses the yjjem ol clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so that the term finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or g drugs. All its ingredients printed on its outside It, is not a, secret nostrum but a medicine op known w.WPerf COMrosinoN and with a record of 40 yean of cures. Accept no ubstitute-th- ere Is nothing "just a good." Ask your neighbors. stom-aclrahabit-fOrmin- I com- We have the largest and plete line most of vote-Bellin- g STOVES lo be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous - Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating sioves. and g Come in and give us a look. Grubbs & Benton. Cor. Main and Broadway, Winche&er, - Ky. y Clark County Sales. Are overcome by using Dr, Bell's There were nine public s lies Antiseptic Salve. It is as pleasent to use as pure cream anil is guaran- advertised in a recent issue of teed to give satisfaction. 25c a box. the Winchester Democrat. Some of them selling but announces The present cold snap, has un- they will quit farming while oth doubtedly killed all the early ers say they will move West. blooming fruits, many of which rate many changes are was ready to bloom when the taking place in our neighboring cold wave came about. county, Clark. In every issue of formerly of this this paper public sales are adverW. E. Heflin, county, sold to JohuM. Todd, al- tised 'but. anot often do we see so many in single issue. so,, a former resident of Powell, Tortured For 15 Years 77 acres of land near Ruckervillo e.toii,uoh trouble by u Clark county for $2,000. V baffled doctois, and resisted that Croup all remedies ho tried, John W. Canoe uneasy nights but if you will Mndders, of Moddersvjlle, Mich., r Honey it seemed doomed. use Dr. Bell's He had to sell wjll relieve in a few minutes. There his farm and give up work. His better. Guaranteed by neighbors said, 'he can't live much all dealers. longer." "Whatever I ate distressed me," he wrote, "till 1 tried Savings Banks a Success. Bitters, which worked such From Washington comes the report that the United States wonders for me that I can now eat postal savings bunk is a success things I could not take for years, Its surely a grand remedy for stom from the start. The phenomenal record made ach trouble." Just as good for the Every bottle by the 48 trial depositories in the liver and kidneys. guaranteed. Only COo. at Swann- lirst month of the experiment a record of $02,000 in deposits, Duy Lumber Co. '6 6tore. twice what was expected by the Notice to Creditors. )08toflico authorities of the desAny and all- persons holding ignated otlices assures the rapid claims against the undersigned by extension of the postal savings notes, accounts, nr in any other system to tnko in every postoflice capacity whatever are hereby no in the United States. tified to present same to me for payment within the next thirty days Wire dot Tip Top Advice. as I want toeettlo up everything "My wife wanted me to take our bpy to the doctor to cuie an ugly at once. If said cluims are not preboil," write" P FVnkil, of Strmwl sented within said limit of time all (Jkla. UI said put Hucklen'e Arni- Pomona are hereby warned thai ca Salve on it.' She did so, and it any chump later, appearing aro cured the boil in a short time."" fraudulent. I publish in order to get my affairs all wound up as I Quickest healer of Bums, Suulds, learn some persons are claiming I Cuts, CoriiB, Bruises, Spralnn, am indebted to them by' note and Swellings. t Best Pile cure on eur(h. in other ways which is not true. Lumber Clay City, Ky., Feb, 16th, 1011. Ony S5u t Swanji-DaGo'sstoro., N, Mcintosh. At-ancurn-defytng Farm for Sale Containing 33 acres one and one- half miles from Clay City, well watered, good buildings and outbuildings, close to church and school apd well fenced. All under cultivation but about 8 acres which will afford plenty of firewood. At lesst 10 acres of good tobacco land. For further particulars call at this office. cJtjii Jr.Good s Aniic.Diseases. ive for all Skin Clearance Sale AU 1 CTWWWWWWWWMWW OAPITATj STOCK, 8100.000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 3 of our Fall & Winter poods are poing nt Pin-Ta- Reduced prices. Winter Millinery Good?, Dry Goods, Notions, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Hat8,Shirt8, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats and Work Coats, Sawing Machines, FmII & THE Winchester Bank. jj 'H'lWciittTKH, OK Kir. Cook Stoves, Etc. It will pay you who are interested in N.HOU.Y WlTUERSPOON, PnBSl j ' W. It. Spixaii, Oabiiibr, 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 the following lines which on account of being the moft on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUPOITIED - -- Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' olothing, Watchmaker Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, 55 Jeweler. ifOvershoss in Arctics and Rubbers. Women's 'Shoes, Wool and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool All Kinds of Waieh and Clock Cotton Bed Blankets, Cook Stoves and V liopairniK on AUift, Notice ana f'land Rcso!wWe Ter8.SATISFAC" J f, and Sewing Machines. Spectacles. It Jewelry j J.P.nAUPPIN, y t' n iv f itv I CaH nd the Red m?. River, Hotel BuiUbtg, in I ! . 'ifPNnirifV. i tHardwick & Co., Stanton J WSES Pimfl AND HIDES SSSW. Q PHOFIT-SMRIN- . low about your orchard. Are you keeping Itifp'to where it People-FREought to bo? No farm is com A page Devoted to the Special Interests of our Farmer Readers. pleto without a good orchard with all kinds of fruit growing in it Farm Literature. Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery cut, 5.G0; lowest in Mississippi Don't neglect it this Sprinjr, hut Kvery farmr should jrt all the and Louisiana, $1.90. SENT FREE. enough fruit trees lrom literature possible as when propSwine-Highin Maine, $13.10 order Hillentneyer to replace all those erly studied and conservatively lowest in Florida, $4.00. I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, that have died or blown down applied it brings j;rcat profit to in a plain ordinary sealed envelo, e to any ono who will write mo for it. the past year. Yes don't fail to The Reason AVhy. ruralists. There should be in Just send me your natrie and address at once and you will receive the every farm homo some work of Ono farmer complained to us keep up the orchard. recipe by return mail, charges paid. I will also sendyou free of charge reliable authority on farming, no recently that he had got all the Expensive Barb Wire. my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. think it is my duty less than one weekly and several manure from his stable and had The editor of the New Era agri- hauled from his neighbor's stable to help suffering humauity to this extent, and hope you will be ono of monthly and Farmer doesn't like barb wire. tho thousands who are being cured dailv by this wonderful discovery. cultural papers. Every profes for twenty years and that liis It cuts up his horse, his colts and Sit down todav and write me, as von mav not see this offer again. sion and business has a line of place was poorer than when he calves, p:c!s - the wool from his publications suited to their dif- began. Yes, and wo have been I know my treatment Is a safe and sure cure for Rheumatism, Diaand tears up his clothes, lie sheep which is a heavy drain on betes, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dlarrhoea.yConstipation, Indigestion, Head ferent requirements and others noticing this farmer too. all of read them liberally and keep grows nothing but corn and to- his pocketbook. This being true ache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impure posted on current events which bacco year after year and denot a strand oLbarbed wire' will Blood, Remain Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all are so important to their success. pends on manuring his land to ever be put on that experimental Urio Acid Diseases. The farmer is no exception and get what crops he isgetting. He Box 2094, Dr. D. J. WALSH, Boston, Masn. farm. the most snccessful farmers are never fails to take a little more FOOT NOTES. the ones that read inost about from his land than he puts on, their business and give it a great but still because he does haul out Good time to set hens for early deal of study. a little manure he expects his There are a number of bulle- land to improve regardless of the fryers. Early fryers always bring big money. tins issued by the Department of big crops he takes off. Agriculture which ""may be had A pair of mules- sold for $500 New Breed of Chickens. "Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a free of cost by applying to the in Winchester the other day. "The Kentucky Reds" is the tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will Department. The editor will be This is the kind it pays to raise. name of a new breed of chickens pleased to give any advice about not leave you of itself. You should take "Wine of lately developed in Larue county. Put the hamsMip early if you the bulletins you may desire and Gardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and The breeder of this new flock don't want the akippers to be in weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have give you the number of such bul- claims they begin laying before them later. to especialtried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great letins as we are here thev are four mouths old and each A seasoned post of any kind ly aid our farmer friends. The benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment hen will average laying 22 eggs will last longer in the ground d use this reliable, Government is spending millions medicine. per month. This is the kind of than will a grten post of the of dollars annually in finding out chickens we hope to see the New same kind of timber. So cut the best of everything fur the Era Farmer readers have but your posts six months before you farmers and gives their valuable Be not first the new to try, aim to set them. It will pay. information to them without Nor the hist to lay the old kind by. cost. Send for what you want. new moved Be not slow to make A Boyle county farmer sold To a good thing that always last week the .product from 80 x Increased Value. J 33 proves. 80 feet of ground which he had All farm animals excepting Value of Sweet Clover. planted in ginseng for $212.75. filieeu, showed an increase in avOnly a few years ago sweet You might ask 'does farming erage value per head ou January Mrs. Hcna Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward kind wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had. 1 last compared with their value clover was fought by our farmers pay?" It seetnaxne'rig 4 11 pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath. on. that date in 1910, according to as a weed pest until they discov- does. ?I suffered for years, uiTtty my husband insisted on my tryin ered its value. Many farms and the Department of Agriculture. One HardinJJPaUmtyr ..woman Cardui. The first bottle gave me 'relief and now X am almost welL, ' Mules showed the greatest, in- fields that had been abandoned with. 150 hensuduriug the, month TryfJarduL Twill help you. ' v crease in value, it being $5.78 to by the owners how produce splen-di- of January gathered 2,358 eggs AT ALL DRUG STORES crops of tobacco litter being and sold them for the neat sum $125.02 per head. Values of othwere : Horses, $111.07 in sweet clover a few years. It of" $45.20. jo w. inany lady reader animals an increase of $3.48; milch cows, can be truthfully said this clover ers of the New Era Farmer did so an increase of $4.70 ; sheep has been the means of redeeming well? OF L. & E. TIE TflgLE, 83.78 a decrease of 85 cents, and large areas of poor, washed and Look well after the sheep and tiwii'.e, $9.85, an increase of 21 abandoned binds in thin county. lambs now while it is cold. We No. 1, No. 5. No. 2. No. 4, Falmouth Pendletoniaii. No. 3 oeitls. give this advice to all and if all Dally Stations. Sunday Daily. DallyN The highest and lowest average ' our people has not got sheep they Dally. Ring Your Hogs. Ry. Sun. Only va'ue per head of farm animals Don't turn the hogs loose to should have not-- big bunch hut P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. s A. M. b, Mates are given as follows: the whole farm without being just a few 10 or'15 head is C :05 H:-?Lexington, It'.io 9:55 lioiavt Highest in Massachu-B- ( well rung or their rooierscut oil' on a farm of not more 2:i .Viuchexter, 8:13 3:05 '!):t(i 9:12' 5:20 . Rhode Island, $148; and rhe last method is the best than 100 acres. .ii L. & E .Junction, 3:20 9:00 8: 5:07 lo .fSi m New Mexico, $50. because you are then forever 8:4'2 Indian Fields, 8:45 9:20 4:53 Oats are fine feed so is clover 3:34 . safe. A few hogs can soon ruin iiigiittpt in South t. 'a 9:02 CLaY CITY, 8:23 4:35 8:5" 9:02' hay. Don't forget to sow boun3:58 Stanton. 9:10 8:15 8:54 . 4:2l New Mexico, a good pasture and be no better '78; lowest tifully of both this Spring. The 4:05 R.wslyn, 9:15 8:09 8:48 4:2ir oil' tor haviiigdone. Tins is time t... clover seed may be high but it 4,:14 . Filson, 8:03 9:22 4:14 8:42 .v ili,.iest in New of ihf year w hen they are worst will pay in the end to buy them. 4:30 Uampton Jnnotlon, 9:38 3:57 8:28 .7:48 J i .m", to3.50; lowest in Ala-b- . about rooting and too the worst H :20 7 :45 9 :43 3 :55 Natural Bridge, hat sapling or 4 :35 Don't forgot time of the year for them to mammoth 4:47 9:50 Torrent, 3:41 , iM'O. 7:30 8:15 clover will gro.v on 5:10 Beattyville Jet, 10:17 7:07 3:20 7:54 lligliesr in Connecti root. thinner soil tt.un the mo hum 0:05 U:i5 2:25 i:15 0. & K. Junction, 7:05 red. G:10 0:1Q 11:20 2:20 Jackson, 7:00 Quicksand, 11:40 1:50 Don't plow up an old field be HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID WmW LW H cause there is nothing growing The Following CONNEUTlUNS are made Duily Except Sunday. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES mafV Wool on Coramlatlon. Wrltt for Jap- L. & 12. Junction: on it but Japanese clover. Ns. 1 and 3 will connect with th" (J. & O. Raillilt menUonlnn this ad. way for AH. Staling, Ky. anese clover is doing more to reJOHN WHITES CO. build worn outfsoils in this part Cum p ton Junction: Nop. 1, 2, 8 and 4 will connect with the "Moun tain Central Hallway fir passengers to and from Cainptcn,.Kv tno farmof the State than all Beattyville Junction: Nob. 2 will connect with tho L. JsA. KuiU ers combined. ;It is good for pasway for Beattyville, Ky. ture and inakes4lio very best of Nog. 3 and 4 will connect with the U. & Iv. RailO. S: K. Junction: hay. Better sayg it. 'FACTORY PIANO CLUB. FACTORY way for Cannel City, Ky. and way sta ons. Join My Piano Ohth. That good old sassafras tea Beggggggg'B kBave all telUnjr expense a well at Jobber, i ggBgBB3By like mother used-ttmiko when UBQaBCUSBB auuuvuueey SAVE YOUR FOWLS I we lived at home on the farm is Retail Price. Club Price. Clrlftrl Bourbon Poultry Cure in reoognlzodas tbeattndard poultry M'taiiB.tflUgiiv now in season uii'd the good housereinody that can bo deponded remedy of tbo world. It la 38Bb!oO S2CS2.BO oa with absolute certainty to cure and prereat S87Q.OO $248. OO wife is just ju nfucious as in days dupes, Cholera, Jtoup, Dlsrrbocm and all llmbcrneck.drops tho Urlnklni,'exUHnx (ornis of poultry of yore to fix Hup. Don't forMakes you a membe- rla A (w water kociis (owls tiaUthy uutl A WEEK Ireo from disease. AVoboUlniuak(!8l3ealloQtof inodiclno, i'or get to bring inaftiw roots of sends a piano to your Keeps up your dues tbo treatmoat of mackUeud end oOitr dlseuMH la turUoj home and saves you the 1 and In oase of death the red kind tlio next time you middlemen's profit. elves .. you rooelpt tuko a stroll ovVrVvour.fiiri'i. r. . jj NEW ERA EAJRMER, est Keep up thejdrchard. $5 od Recipe Cures. E Sick T. semi-monthl- y Worn Women - oft-trie- TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic - d East-Boun- d. West-Boun- 4 a . co-li- n iii-i- i . . . o I thu-on- o $1.25 YJ if 1 in run for your Ttrmi letlthin .. A nntal. best Quality, unlimited HOME, adtUfaton or money, refunded. coupon plan. Call or write for ex- jjlaoatory booklet at once. JS V f. n. ruAUt maim nn. mora ana koeuii, uci mlPrJ ' rQin, "iriij. llano from factory MANUfACTUBCH V? Jt0"' C't. VSs . jS'Ay fSs Tim' to ow iv,oiirtohacco bed if you wijl ruigeja.crnp of Iho weed. Tako on Jiidvice, let tobacco alone. You make money one year to onlydoso out again. One grower the other day thut his ,crop,cogt him last year $75 more thamhetgut for it. A It pays to growppuiething else. Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS NO EQUAL. Mr F.l.CIar)ratii,Kr-r"tT- r W.W.Rlrtoo,IopkloivllI,Kv.,My5: "I I hut bta TWtlorchickcni lofacarly Ltijrycjil anil tyraitd liuivlitdt ol chickens litC'ufiuui raixi Ilouiboa Poultry Oil I lk moat uiictsrytuacJy n.ij I'ivnir llif in Uiuitii Foullry I bav it a auio Cuts lor Lhulcia ahd Limbaincck," ever ucd fur Uwlcia soil (Jajxl." Mm. 1 . ,1 tdtis "Ta'iV'bT" (All Laadlna Prugalsta, Bourbon Remedy po., BOo per Bottle. fcSEKfo, u. a. Trial Vial Free. 2!i!?? Swann-iDa- y Lbr. Co., . Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Clay City.