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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 2, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911030201_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.): March 2, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year in Advance. We are here to help Ciay City.thsarronniliig Country and Ourselves. .1. C. FJurrjher. 1'ublishcr. .VOL. XrI. Died In Indiana. OLA 7 0IT7, KY., THURSDAY, MAItGIl ONE GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION 2. iOll. no. y Enoch Spry was born in Estill county, Ky., Dec. 24, 1880; Died at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Eliza Eight, Fair Oaks, Ind. Fob. 19, 1011, aged 80 years. He Avas u son of John nnd Melvina J. Spry, nnd one of nine children, 4. boys and five girls. He was married to Mary Burton in the year 1850 and moved to Kankakee, III. in the full of 1855 with Win, and Mart Burton's fnimlies being six weeks on the road. He moved to Beaver Lake, Ind. in 1807. Three children were born to this union Eliza and Elizabeth, who died at 11 years old, and William B now of South Dako ta, and Annio an adopted daughter. Mrs. Syry died. Aug. 01, 1894. Burial in the Lake Village cemetery beside his wife in the family lot after appropriate funeral services Feb. 22, 1911. J. 3. Duughetee, Medaryville, Ind. March 1st, moving time is here. THero will at this time be hundreds of dollars worth of moving done, and in twelve months time it will not profit half the movers 30 cents. A good motto would Protect our Bridges. Tho county authorities wil look well into tho reckless habit some people have in the county driving over tho county bridges in a faster gait than a walk Nothing wrecks abridge up worse than fast riding or driving over them the builders tell us. The law provides a fiue of $5 00 for this and the law should be en forced. Perhaps many of those who have this habit do not know it is a violation of the law. Tho writer has called several citizens attention to the law and all have said they did not know it was a violation of the law, but stil thoy do not heed. If one or two were fined it would probably make the offenders of this law remember better. Registrars Appointed. Dr. Win. O. Martin has been appointed local registar of vita statistics. His territory einbrac es, besides the city and the vot ing precinct of this city, Hard wick's Ureek and irden pre cincts. Drs. Johnson and Knox have been appointed registrars for the territory above Clay Oity. The law requires that nobodies shall be buried without a permit from the IochI registrar, neither shall a dead body be removed without a like permit. All births Every shall also be reported. physician, midwife and under taker shall reifistnr ins or tir name and address with the loon, registrar before c be: Move leas, - Sleep less, Travel less, Spend less, Ofo Save more, Work more, Don't roam, Buy a' home. if' 'Ob'mpuny, of Chicago, whs last Mrs. M. H. Courtney, of Win week fined $2,600 for violating Chester is the guest of Mrs. A. T. law iu Oldham Whitt. the anti-triut ItrteritimalHaWeW county. There is Only One This is Dr. Bell's. It is the and cun be relied on in croup, coughs, colds and all lung nnd bronchia! troubles. Look for the bell on the Buttle. ey , For Sale. Farm of 44 acres and 9 poles 1$ mile from Clay (Jiiy. uood builu ings, well watered, close to uhurch Lot of tie timber on nnd Hchool. place and more coming tin. l Ilia ins. A Clnv Clt, Friday afternoon the prelimina Those interested should rery work was when the member the teams are the greatwriter with two hands and Jas. est object though one hundred H. Crow and Ei "Martin both from men for a little while could do Estill county met on what is fine work ditching and helping known as plum creek lull in Pow- load. The burden seems to be on ell county and began rocking a three men's shouldets so far, but blue clay mud hole that had be come impassable. After com it won't stay there a week, there are a dozen more men just as libpleting about two rods of good eral, we know them. All good turnpike the boys adjourned to roads men too. meet again Monday morning. It will not be a turnpike this Early Monday moruing the ye.tr but the Clay Oily and Spout crowd assembled which consisted Spring road will be the best seen in Powell of two teams and five hired men dirt road ever with county and too the least exto fix the hill to a finish. After pense to the county. thoroughly discussing the proH. F. Christopher with his ject they agreed to cut down the team came Ifriday morning to hill and fill in the low places so help on the good roads, as did if will be a more even and grad Win. Edge. No further help unl grade and to this end set to coming it was taken a mistake Due credit is work each one'of the three agree- hud heen made. due them just the same. ing to stay with the job until it T. S. McKinney overseer for is rightly finished. the Estill section of the road is (Jf course "we are expecting with the association volunteers brthe scores as that in his section, by warning in all his hands to fix the worst mud holen;the'Toad':Eriday.- - He will kouu roam wiiea nnisneu ano we not let up at this we asmre you. ringht say here they can't us Elder Mcintosh doesn't plead them until they are finished. Ev the cause of ministry when it ery body is interested and many comes to road working and it is he will help. The people of Spout that is lesponsible for cutting Spring are the most enterprising dLVfc in this section of tho state and SO i tit I, 4113 EAfiLr EV Good for Notning but the c.t"j!j have bet their heads to have a from the county and he was rais ed in Estill. Formed and Work In Earnest Be- But few people knew of tho Tho editor of the Times be now sasociation and what thoy lioves in "practicing what he had decided to do, or there would have been more present. preaches" so ,wp have been road When Plum creek working two days of this week hill road the work on as begun, is finished it Elder Geo. Geo. will be 10 wide all the way and Ware, merchant of Spout the grade will nowhere exceed 8 Spring and said editor have en per cent. tered into a compact to improve It has been demonstrated that the roads between Spout Spring preachers, merchants and editors and the bridge about half the are enterprising and willing to work get roads if they will distance between the two places. work tonothing else. down the worst hill on the road. He won't agree to any other kind of road but the best, well, w" guess he is right again. Every day in the week is tho set time to work on the hill, ono or two teaniB will work any day another team will come and help. Hands to do the shoveling ar' hired and always ready when tlu teams are there. If you have m team and want to work come any day. You will find help. Our motto for road bed : o-- i at Sixteen feet wide, High in the center, A ditch on each side, Not a mudhole in winter. vMr. and Mrs. .Joe. Burgher of Richmond, are visitim; Mr. am) Mrs. S. G. Baker at Vaughn' Mill. A Smooth Skin ('hap-- , Black Heads i'itnnleBr all unhealthy conditiops Soret and of the skin are "unsightly and detract from the looks Buv a box of Dr. Bell's Antis'pti Sj.lv, ; creany, snow what ointment, apply as directed and our -- Kin will tw as ilear as a babe's. At all dealers in medicines. SEEDS Fresh, Bailable. Part Caannteed to Pltise CT7 Gardner iml Planter tbouM teat the -- .VI j FOR 10 CENTS will rerd pottpald our SPECIAL OFFER worcnerourownMeda. .. - - -- " i "3 II d wlaYrttlMnMlrfeTCrw . ..If IJM 8,1,4 10 tP t'T Tftv'i QRKAT NOBTHKKN SKK1 o Bt. Kockford, Illinois ANTI-PAI- N DR. BELL'S For lntrnal and External Pains i. V K. Why Not Trade At the flore where you can get everything you need and save hunting all over town for some cle not kept by Other merchants. arti- - Our .Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County and every article is the quality :you may demand and the Price is Always Right. .i Give us your trade this" year ana see now ea$y ana i . satisfactory it will he to both of us. Odods delivered free, to all ii parts of the city. Don't forget the place. good road to Clay Oity and persons who know them, know they will do it. An association is being formed which means busis ness. of this, good road will be in Powell and one- fourth in Estill county, but we S must shamefully say the Estill fellows are doing most of the work. Other parts of Powell must get a move on and get these follows downed. Who will help us do it. These Spout Spring people Eslill people feel that while thoy are not in the same county as Clay City this city is their home town and are anxious to see tho town grow and are determined to build a good road here. When they set their heads to get a bridge across the river thoy put up more monoy toLuild it than Powpll county people did, and they got the bridge, They don't sit back and ask counties to do things, for them, they go to work and get it and that is what thoy are going to do for their most important road. Then in tend to complete this road nnd et the people see what it is to have ono piece of good road and what it is worth to a community. Thice-fourth- i WALDRON & JOHNSON Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Mercaan-dis- e and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. Ifyou'arenot already one of our many pleased customers, come round some day and give ur place a look, through and let us price you some of our goods. They will open your eyes to an opportunity. QOOD WOAlK ASSOCIATION KOTKS. C. SHIMFESSEL. Not a. hand living on the road was present. We intend to civ duo credit to all who help on this piece of good road in these columns. The work begin in Powell county, but'onerfnian w8 them 3 Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will udoliver thegoodb" wmmmmmmsmtmmmMmi the Consolodnted Casualty Co. tho, preferred crejljtojB of Win. Boweu, Jr. in tho Circuit court asking the court to make I'UIIMSIIED KVKUV TIIUKSDAY. about twenty persons who'm Subscription rates 81 a year or three Bowen had paid his privato in 'itdvancv'SS. deb's to, out of the county's money,. pro ruU ouok w.hii .the tea .1. E. Uurghcr, Publisher. plaintiffs who are Bowen'a surety on his, official. and .revenue bond second-clas- s lintered as mail matter. for the year 1010, to the tune of Mar. Thursday, lull about 4,000. ; Truly yours, THE TIMES. T.-jr- c cluster of violets, with flowers an semi-bord- elaborate of 'virjing sprays In gold all baked in '"and glazed over so that the decorations are in no algo.-hisa- irreen leaves . i Each, piece hlnatural colors, per-son- ul way affected by, wear "or washing, nnd will hp found Just ns bri LOOK HERE. come to CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub ecribore, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ- al ' l " " Cincinnati Enquirer " " Louisville Herald 00 Home and Farm 75 It land Farmer 1.00 American Farmpr 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 $1.00 1.10 Waltersville. Mr. W. F. Mr. at this writing. Patton h very low Strawder Merril is selling out for to fro to Indana to reeido Turner Smith and familv visited Mr. Milt Potts and fami ly Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. v Mrs. Sarah Adams Toinpie Todd visited Mrs. Paul Tipton 'luesduy. Mrs. Oallio Alexander, of this place has moved to the Cason farm on Black creek. Misses Sallie Patton and Net tie and ballieJTodd visited Mits htella demons Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smethers spent rhe d iy with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Patton Sunday. Illihois where tliey have accept stipation. Misses Clara and Mandy Olem-an- a ed employment. f of Vi'rdeu visited their sister Miss Bertha Cooper of this Mrs. Richard Adams Monday. county. an.d Mr. Everett Burtou;. Bawktrtg-an-d Mr. and Mrs Walter Potts, Mr. of Clark county, were married and Mrs. Edd Martin spent Sun. Saturday .Feb. 25th. ttay with Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Benny Barnett has moved to I'otts. the Gravett place and Francis Charles has moved to the house Business has always been vacated by Mr. Barnett. STANTON. the great leader of nations Several of our citizens who are Miss Bettie Hardwick is quite in our eivilizatiorimarch. lways overly zealous about good nick with the grip. roads have been busy this week Banking service rcombin-in- g There has been several suits ill. putting parts of tho road be- safety with e,d' in the Circuit Court and it ween this place and Clay City plus courteous promises to be one of the best splendid repair. Mav the terms iieiu lor years. good work continue. treatment aud a dno reThe Clay City and Snout Sonne Oursherih" nnd deputy reports gard for the accommodaGood Koads Association ihat they have all court mutters organized here to build isa beiuir cood tion of our customers, executed and are ready for the road between the two places. . great wheel of justice to turn bos alwayB been our in Great interest is manifested. .'hose who have so far joined tho March. steady aim, and on this lub: Stephen Burgess was tried beElder G. W. Mcintosh, platform of service "we' fore Judge Hardwick Monday for H. F. Christopher, your consideru. .invite .shooting at Pearl Pelfry without E. Martin, H. Crow, Jas. mon. wounding him, and was held to Geo. S. Ware, (he grand jury in a bond of $200. Win. Edge, THE' There seems to be an onward T. S. McKinney, J. E. Burgher. move in regard to good roads in Powell, and we do trust that Jack Spratt's Platter. citizen of tho county will bo ack Spratt would eat no fat a committee of one to tho im. His wife would eat no lean, Clay CityKy, Jirovement, it isj;ood for all. So betwixt them both They ate ono goat, The protracted meeting closed Sunday night with Ul additions. And licked the platter clean. Brother Combs is a great revival-is- t And speaking of platters reminds and has loft tho Church in a us thatu great many families would better condition spiritually than like to have a new pluttor to deco(t has been for years. Combs rate tho table with, and, we are going to tell. them how to get it. to take Cardul, forsyour female Kays that any old drunken sot can troubles, because W8 are sure It Tho American Farmer, publish he a sinner hut it takes a man to ed at Indianapolis, is giving away al will help you. Remember that be a Christian. this great female, remedy oeauutm violet Dinner et free, in. eluding a Jack Spratt Piatter Tho court room was crowded lnet -- aurfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness (caus ed oy catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for two weeks returned home Tues circulars free. day. F. J. Chtney'& Co., Toledo, O. Russell Lowry, Briz Stone, and Sol'd by Druggists; 75c Willie Ptickett left Tuesday for Take Hall's Family Pills for con Barnett spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Isaac Barnett near Clay City. W. J. Christopher who has been in Clark county the pa&t as at the time we send thoin to you Every piece is perfectly made, very handsome in desjgnajidnlsh.. It will be a beautiful surprise when ' yon see it. Any reader Of tliU pnper who stamps or ten sends 5 Whiz. ctnts silver to themerican Farm er for three months' .subscription SPOUT SPRING. can ifarn now iu get iiiia iiuuu some Violet IHriner.Set free. Ad Born, Monday, Feb. 27th to dress American Farmer, Indianap J. 1". Harnett and wife a sou. ohs, Indiana. G. W. Lnrison has rented and Deafness Canuot'be Cured moved to the Masonic property. by local applications, as they can Dan F. Blanton is visiting rel not reach tho diseased portion' o atives near here from Hamilton, the ear. There 'is only to Ohio. cure deafness, and' ihat is by con Deafness "i George S. Ware bought of stitutional remedies: Shelt McKinney a splendid mare caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach for $150. ian 1 ube. When this tube is, in Moses McKinney was below tho first of the week on a busi flamed, you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it ness mission. is entirely closed, Deufness is the J. J. Conner, of Bourbon coun result, and units the inflammation ty spent. Saturday night with can be taken out and this tube re Dillard Snowd'en. stored to its normal condition. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Curtis spent hearing will bo destroyed forever; a few days with relatives near nine cases out of ten' are caused by Clay City this week. Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition- - of the 'mucous Benny Mr. nnd Mrs. r two-cent , For Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts and Silk Petticoats our store and we will do our best to please you; bdth in Price and Quality. We have the.gcods and will not carry them over. Jo's terest to see our line 'and get our tcycur in- - one-wa- Very Low Prices before buying1 elsewhere. Come . early and get pick and choice as such goods at such cannot last long. prices " Mrs. J. W. Williams. iivi u MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread and pica the woman is who has made them 'from Horn Mills' cake flour. Success in bread-ofollow baking' is always sure to when you use this high grade flour, sold everywhere. r Business t .'progres-siveues- s, 'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTm INSURE WITH ; F. A. LYON & SON. Tho JLjondinir Insurance Of EllNtoi!! itontiiolcj". ' Clay City ; t X 'i ' ev-Cr- y . National Bank, Represented. i Qver $200,000,000 Every one who knows anything about insurance know thnv are leaders in this line. We Ask You aanBoaanepois. FRUIT and SHADE TREES. Everything while thy to a certain num- of tho river at Cluy City with, complaints of riots and breech of the ;.cau, Lut upon investigation tho guilty parties had boon sot upou by Judge Adams in the Mini of $8 and tho trimmings, lienco no trial could be had. This Violet DlnneiuSet is of flue grade, lighl iu weight, very tough and durable. It is snowy white in color and has u genuine china glaze, giving the 6et a smooth and velvety appearance-The shapes are latest Havilund design, with deep, scalloped edges, handsomely There has been' a suit Hied by orname'tited with ecrool work. Each pieco'lg decorated with a beautiful , wHraimii . HE!aimii! Sold in ThS'City tor LAWN,-uni SPECIAL OFFER: iuuim ear nmunl cuAlomer. Write 'Mwbnts tesse secceeoi SEEDS MerUte ORCHARD, Write Mo Agents, m UAtucis. (or Free Catuloue. has brought relief to taoMuids pf H other sick women,, so why no .to you? For headachei-backach- e, periodical pa'.ns, 'female 'weakness, many have saJcMt Is "the best medicine to'fajcg." Try ttl t4yi this Psper. SEND tO CENTS k H. F. HlUehmeyer , KY, iHtnWn, tUKmi MM NUIW Wx Sb M lvlkMt HW, i & Sens, LEXINGTOtf, i' THE "TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MAD- E PAPER. Mar. 2, 1011. travel. son A combination of judgment, Jackson which has hntl a toll bridgo kept up by the county for grit nnd'ability jean's always to 15 years has grown tired of being success. so taxed. A great effort will be The tobacco trust makes 00 per made to get the bridge free for cent profit on its watered stock, When You Think Of the pain which many women experience with every month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle. While in general no woman rebels against what she regards as, a natural neecssity there is no woman who would not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain. TnUKSDAY, or about 200 per cent on its legiJackson Morris, Governor Will timate capital. The farmer ; toecrcttiry J for the Republican nomination growing 7 cent tobneco. dranulrted Bye Lids Regular meoting of the City for Railroad Commissioner. His home is in Jackson county but Do not need to. be cauterized or Council Friday night. was born in Breathitt. scarified by a physician. SutherMrs. Paul Tipton is very sick land's Eagle Eye Salvo is guaran300,000 Tubes at her home near the city. Of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Solve teed to cure them without pain. Claude Todd was visiting in were sold in 1908 and not one word It is harmless and a sure enro for Winchester the first of the week. of complaint, though every tube granulated 'ids. 25c tubes at all dealers. Mrs. W. F. Barnett- is visiting was sold under a positive guaranSentiment Orowlng. her sister, Mrs. Lennie Crow, a,t tee It is good for nothing but the eyes. Ask your Dsuggist. The sentiment jn favor of good Hays. - LOCAL BREVITIES. oui in ilit race . f Dr. Pierce' a Favorite Prescription makes well, twit given them trcertom from pain. It establishes regularity, subdues Inflam. nation, heals ulceration and cures e male weakness. frit. All Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Tierce by letter, correspondence strictly orivale and saeredlv Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Medconfidential. ical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. II you want book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure them at home, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing only, and he will send you frt copy of his great thousand-pag- a illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, edition, in paper covers. 31 stamps. In handsome nt cloth-bindin- Others of the mountain editors Carrie Tipton, of Winchester, is visiting relatives in attended the initial meeting of our press association at Jackson the city. Monday while the Times editor For Croup is the was busy materially aiding in 'Dr. Bell's the construction of a short piece best known remedy. Do not exof model road. periment get the genuine Dr. Bell's Miss Pine-Tar-HonPine-Ta'-Hone- y. Virgil Rose attended the Kenof Sardis, Miss, tucky State Farmers' Institute Louie Bradley, was here the last of the week at Mt. Sterling last week. He returned greatly enthused with visiting and on business. interests there introduced and Mrs. S. T. Hall, of Stanton, will take up farming along the visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. scientific methods. We need O. Shimfessel this wee"k. more such young men in the Giounu hog weather has the county as that is the only hope swing again. Now if he will on- for a successful building up of ly know when his time comes to the county. Has Millions of Friends. Ho- - would you like ti number Colds That Hang on The Ar readily curde by Dr. Bell's your friends liy th millions ns Its Pine Tar Honey. It relieves the Buckleti's Arnica Salve dues? cold and cti)p8 the cough. There astounding cure in the past forty years made them. Its the !est is only one genuine. Salve in the world for sores, ulcers, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Conlee, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cutx. of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives corns, eore eyes, sprains, swellings, in the city and county the first of bruises, cold sores. J las no equal the week. "for piles. . 25c at.Swanft-Da'- y Luna-berCo.'B roads is undoubtedly growing and notl.ing can broaden this sentiment more than the State press standing shoulder to shoulder and shelling the woods. Another good omen is to see candidates for the legislature coming out and taking a stand on this question, and the people bIkhiUI not support a legislative candidate unless he will pledge himself to support such a movement. We have the largest and plete- most com- line of STOVES e foun Central Kentuck, . Providence Enterprise. Our line comprises the famous A Fierce Night Alarm in the hoarse, stnrtlinu cough of a child, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewi I'hainblin, it. H. No. 2 of Manchester, 0 for their four children w ere greatly subject to croup. 'Sinjeiiiiit in attacks," he wrote "we were afraid they would die, but we proved wnat a ceriain remedy Dr. King's New Discovert i, have no fea'r. VVe rel on it lot cioup and for coughs, rohi or an St do throat or lung irmlile.'' Mo mux you. thousands of others. Athrua, Hay. Fever, La Grppe, Whooping Uquu'h. Hemorrhages fly Trial before it. 50u and 81.00. fiyann-Dabottle free.:- -- SJuldy-by. ' Lumber Co Be-e- re Malleable Stee! Range and cookihg Fosters n. heating sioves. rd quit. Come in and give us a look. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. W. G. Patrick, of Wilmore, came up Mondav and went from here to Kiuibrell to look .after "his business interests there. Gives Prompt Relief William H. Douglas, Jr., of D. C , I take great pleasure in informing you I have used Dr. and it gave Bell's Pine me almost instant relief. Wash-ingtoTar-Hone- store. Something for Your Children. ' y Farm for Sale Our fanning department is unavoidably crowded out this week Times. but will he renewed next week. Talk about leaving something for your children then refuse to provide the county with good roads. What, in the way of an inheritance, can you leave them .that will add more to their comfort and enjoyment, as well as prosperity, than good Toads, good schools and an established reign of law and order? Jackson Containing 33 acre, one and City, well milea from Clu watered, good buildings and outbuildings, clone to church ami All under school and well fenced. cultivation but abo'ut 8 acres which will afford plenty of firewood. At lesst 10 acres of good tobacco land. For further particulars call at this office. one-ha- lf Clearance Sale i AH Attacks School Principal. Charles Eiii.nton Chapter Lodge A severe attack on xbhool prin held a meotintr in this city Sat- eipal, Chas B. Allen, of Sylvania, urday when several new mem- Git.,, is thus told by him. "For bers had degrees conferred upon more thtn three year," he writes, them. "I suffered indescribable torture Bell's Anti-Pai- n from rheumatism, liver and tom Dr. tvoll S Ml' Good for all Skin Diseases. a.ie CAPITAL, STOCK. 8100,000 SURPLUS AND U.V-- of our Fall fc Winter goods are going at. J Reduced prices. Fall & A sudden attack of Cholera Morbus ach trouble and diseased kidneys. Keep Dr. Bell's Anti-Paiat hand, a dose lelieves almost instantly. It also cures Diarrhoea, Cramps, Flux and all Bowel Complaints. is dangerous. n Winter Millinery Goods. Dry Goods, Notions,' All lemedies failed till I used Elec- The Senate resolution looking to the direct election of United States Senators was defeated by the narrow margin of four votes in .the Senate Tuesday. tric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me comOV WlNCJIHTBH, KV. Such results are completely." mon. Thousands bless them for E N.HOIAV WlTHBSRBPOOJ. l'HKS, 3 curing stomach trouble, female E W. Vt. Bpiiak, Oabiubic. complaints, kidney disorders, biliousness, and for new health and YOUH ACCOUNTS SOLICITED vigor. Try them. Only 50c at ga ea. tut tf& aaatt aaatt Aazfaatt n Swann-DaLumber Company's store. Winchester Bank, THE Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats and Work CoatB, Sewing Machine. Cook Stoves, Etc. It will pay you who are interested in We Biving money to take advantage of this opportunity. fc 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 most on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. y It iB hoped that Congress will Notice to Creditors. finish its business before March 4 Any and all persons holding so an extra session will not be claims against the undersigned by necessary, if there is anything notes, accounts, or in any other that is harmful to business, it is capacity whatever are hereby no an "extra session" of Congress. tified to present same to me for payKills a Murderer. ment within the next thirty days A merciless murderer Is Appen. as I want to settle up. everything dieitia with many victims, but Dr. at once. If said claims are not preKing's New Life Pills kill it by sented within said limit of time all prevniiiUm, 7iiy gently htiiuulnte persons are hereby wauitd lb,it liver and bowels, prevent-iif- v any olaiins later appearing are f miaoh, tli"t. clogging ibnt invites ap- - fraudulent 1 publish in order to jtwidicitm, wiring Cons' lpation,,j get my affairs all wound up as 1 flfailaoht), Biliousness, Chills, 300 learn some persons are claiming I indebted to them at BannOyu'JiJuH)irCi,,8 store. amother ways'whicli isby note and not true.in Chiy City, Kj;., Feb, 15t, 191L Dr. BlPsPIne-Tar-Hon- y N, Mcintosh, - I J.P.riAUPPIN, vvaiviiHiarvcL Jeweler. X All Kinds of tf Watch and Clock Repairing on Sborl ,Not!c? and Reasonable terma. SATIFAC- HON UUAKArt IkuU, UHC Ol J Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' olothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Women's Overshoes in Arctics and Rubbers. Shoes, Wool and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool and Cottop Bed Blankets, Pqq Stoves and and Sewing Machines. J Jewelry CaU Md & Spectacles. ' J see n bi the Red River Hotel Bvmg, CLAYCITYh .fHKBNTUUKY. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Per Ceuffha vi 0Wc. j U i s. by without, n smglo ciisc in tlio uriiniim tiourts.; t (fl) TIiu luwf'iias educated tlio you ii): people torej;urd the u verPeople-FREsion the fioeful luVbit of drinkiii!. It is not chnsidcred reputable to Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery drink even mo'dorutelv. Drunk- SfiNT. FREE. I'Pti: y. tiiiiiL itself is rr.rc. A drut.iu n (1) Phohibition has reduced woniiin in'tho streets of Tope I; u I will Bund a copy of this wonderful now pruscripttan, free of charge, Kanpauperism to a minimum (a city of 50,00 people) would be sas has fewer than 1,500 paupers a sight so unusual, that business in a plain ordiniiry sealeil envelit, 0 to any one who will write me for It. to a population of 1,000.000. would be suspended to look at Just send me your name and address at once nnd you will receive th'o That is. Eighty-seveout of a totxlof 105 her. the entire' State. recipe by return nmW, charges paid. I will also send you free of cKnrgu the liLv is enforced and obeyed counties have no paupers. It (7) The different church' de my book", "How to Get Well" for your guidance. T think it Is liiy duty in iiveixths of the State as unj cost less than $150,000 a year to nominations have united on the to help iuiTering humiuiity to this extent, anil hope you will be one of other law. care for the destitute people "of prohibitory law 'In very niaiiy the tliousiinuVwho are being eured dallv by this wonderful discovery. (2) Any liquor business in the the State. towns the church' members hold Sit down toriuv nnd write me, us von mav not see this otter again, (5) Crime ni nfcmisfd more the balance of political power at State is criminal, and is so re I know my trentment Is a sife and niire cure for Rheumatistu, The li than u ler unm i' m i election, and elect all the city f ptrded by the people. Drnpny, Netiralgiii, Diarrhoea, (Jonstlpition, Indigestion, Headj ils quor dealer has no social, relig- TIim y.liv officials. in Dizziness, Kidney nnd Bladder TroubleH, Irapuio ache, ious or political stuudiri: in the State are entirely emptv cS (8), The working men of Kan Klood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and alt i eoinniunitv i iv has decif u. n sas, for the ,most part,- the. best Urio Acid Diseases. i l.iw i,i i fh passed ii 1'iitint (8) Whe fed, best clcithedj'aiid best, paid Boston, Ma" Box 2091 working men in the world, large Dr. I). J, WAI.SH, ly on account of. the prohibitory law. . (0) The newsi)ii5erof Kansas are overwhelluitiguig in favor of DAYS TRIAL the law. Out of 80o papers pub HOT OWE REP CENT IN ADVANCE. lished in the State, only 15 ever ff'i. From My Factory Direct to print any liquor advertisements. L.Jr bvmul thfl shsdow ot a rJuUDt 11 For nervous, tired women, we recommend Car- yom will let me shlpyoa one of my (10) The of the Adlur Organs on free trial. acts specifi- dui. Cardui nis a woman's medicine. I prote Trf people in the State believe in the n t1 .1 aiftcemfntl I you boy II cany on tne iemaie organs ancp nas a tonic, Duuaing Ii JvV 4ft i'.i5.Wv bre t aip raj rtHmitu a duo lau. The ministers and church vi'ifv effect on the whole system. contains no narmtui members of all denominations, ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you the 10,000 school teachers, the suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui best business men, tho chief jusat once and give it a fair tice of the supreme court, the governor, the attorney general, the editors of the most inlhieji-tia- l papers alljibelievo the prohibitory law is ' olie of the best CYItL'S L ADLEX law Kiins,rever llad. The Piano nnd Oroaa Maker America lias over 23,000,000 Tha Nightingale people who are living under local otOrgins option ano prohibitory laws. The MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY Temperance legislation is making W. W. Gardner, of Padcah, Ky tried. Cardui and writes: I've busted the hot air hnhblelof the dealers, atrents and middlemen of tola country by selling: direct to tue home at the saaut puce they formerly paid mo for my organs. fast headway the county. T ttiinV fiarflui is lust erand. I have been ush.e it for eleven years. ,'Tlio South id ra'pidly becoming since 1 nave been feel old SEND ME YOUR NAME I am 48 years nsed and sufferlike a different woman, ains, nervousness!J ' from bearing down to prohibition through, local 'o,ptlon. faWnff whether you want to bay or not and IH eend yog free of charge and postpaid the moat wondsrfnl oca;an,booic er.d buym? iijins yoa ever saw. All theorjanmsnln thiacountryclaim theymakethe gad sleeplessness, but. now the pains are all gone and 1 sleep good. I The Ail ti:Sal()on Xeague btot organ bat do not BlTeyiu any proof. I do. and here lathe proof. I own my own timber lands I n ary Kims ana Taetory. lannotnare Try it. pay one penny of Croat for laraoer or muiirr. J liWgyTWCoinmend. anrraiiis. ''the; 'uiP'gtiifice'n't.ww The pronto tost other manufacture ra pay to lomber and aaw mill. I pnt into my Adler f 'rsjssM, (The inignting-aic01 ureano. xnat a tne reaxon my onran ta Detter tnan any outer mate, jvnouer Church. It'it'OljeGhufch in years, whereas othera iraarantee theirs fnr 10 to 12 Tears. mv onrana for AT ALL DS0G STORES Pfo.fi 1 Ikui'tthis mean something;? Hy selling plans are the fairest, si 'pleat, safest and easiest ever the liquor men in America placed beforo tho American public, in that 1 trrar.t my customers all the time they want, arrange their payments ns it suits their income nnd circumstances, sire them reaaonable extensions rf tuns'1 are very much ajurmed'over the If.thevmn't meet their navmcnta nnil chanre thfia no Interest. Ask s. me of your nelsrhhorawho That's tliebe-- t proof yoa can get. I would just as soon civs you (1,009 dealt wifh, me ahotit i' you can duplicate this proposition. iogjld if situation. Many of them predict SUrMKARY OF L. & E. TlflE .TrAgLE. ; be gone that their business-wil- l MY OSIGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) inside of a quarter of a century. hnrr.an the highest hn Vner.erc.-- t to t w'orw'a v o!ee. a pure slnetorr tone .. v"!t Jsats n life time and It wonIsbuyliuran .'air, amUier pnjf iut oi daethebest. Eeryuudy qualities, P, cc.tth.iSt. Iou j No. 1, No. 5, The only solution for thepub-lie-hous- e No. 2. No. 4, - an titeaodaya a:. a everybody u buyr.is an Adlerrn n No. 3, it of Its hish quality, wearing . Jageutaaresel ingcheapersraaeargana nui reputation Daily Sunday Stations. is no public-housanl vner. juus'ioot ii.nkancl trails thatwheny.t b. fromone of thfso middlemen you muft Daily. Daily. Onlv.Ex. Sun. Daily. pirh'j profit, time, rilcsmen'saalarius,itore rents anil out expenses, my offer means a whole lot God save t he people ! ave-my wonaa greatest orrran factory is working amstinds twforo yci as tne Kinjr pi o tiered, dsvandnleht. grin, ins out the organs and thu enndit'on was brnairlitabout by the fair ami A. M. P. M. A. M. " A. M. P. .M. w numbering over 75 000 Whenever I f'l en liberal treatment I Landed out to my ni'tomerp. AiHr. it kslla a dozen more and so on inuennlte;" hcyve stood tho test and always wiu. Quality al"u;3,ascat. 0 :05 LexiiiRion, 7:3.1 0:55 10:25 The census reports show that 3:1 '5 VincliHtep, 6 :20 9:40 9:12 8:13 73,0C ADLER GWUJRS SAVED $2,625,000 the diirereut States vary very ,r:2t) 8:'(5 L. & R- .1 unction, 9:31 9:00 5:07 I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, as I am doing now exclusively, I used Pitorr !):St tor'lltotfeulcrsonl.butwlicn I foui.d out thut they told myoraans fortwice and three ties as Indian Fields, much in, density of their. popula8:45 4:53 9:20 8:42 was thunderstrui and quit. I fen tout muiM as they pld mc nuUngthepourponpleblecdfortt,I !):( 8:25 0:02 4:35 sulln't buy another artranfrpm me, that I meant to sel direct !k tho. a jlsafnoticest 'licgthcnithc tion. Rhode Island, the niost 3:5o to tho li iracj, savins them the onnrrooui, unreaaanablo profits and expenses they were charging them, 8:15 8:54. Stanton. 0:10 .4:26 Th! oane ta thorn as r thundlmlt a cleir ky. In round numbers I've saved my customers thickly settled, ti.is 508 inhabi-hint- s 3:58 Where Prohibition Prohibits. The Kansas State Prohibitory Law went into effect May, 1881. years the For over twenty-'sineoplo of a State 400 miles Ion" miles wide have lived un-- . and der a law which makes it a fel-tv' iiH urf li'itl "fit in to.icntiti liquor as a beverage. The results of this law may be summoned up as follows: (1( Prohibition is a success x '00 '.A it "" the brewers broufjt suit against tlie State to recover compensation. In a test ease they lost their suit, and the United States Supreme Court declared them entitled to recover da mages, and they never n received $5.00 R.e c i p e E Cure s. Siek " ,,t n 1 Din-bete- s, one-hal- i i , Heart-Disense- , -' - FREE 30 Nervous Women - great-majorit- It 1 It trial Trust You rii CARDUI Carui-for'you- It Will Help You all-ove- r nr. 1 1 . s GO Ijc-tio- n. Kast-Roun- d. West-Boun- --. ost-- .j IuTifcelUntftheni-'rlesathcm- ' e. i. ?Ex-chaug- e. -- 1 - VI; Ic -- I f-- . v.u. tuv- -t 'iS.Ai1 tii- in) ut in, wivmw - zi K.Ra(hi. b'I ot wli'di wont I havo gono to the dealers bad I sold tho .ym. ,w wu.itiiii. m. in. bw.v NOW MY PROPOSITION Your Piano TO YOU limply tVU, I will sblpyfio.oaSOdtyifrMtrUl.uiyoritUiyoa want, on toy reuontbl termiypu intyaaffeit, Jait II inlti your Inconi and elrromittarei. I( you keep It at tba and of the trial period, which I know yoa will, yoa can pay all cah or a mall torn down and tbo balanca monthly, qaartarly, amKao Dually or any other roaionabla way. If at any tlmo oa cant matt a payment when Ua du, 111 cladly Ito yon a raaaonabla aitentlon ot time, Yoa shall not InconToalaD'a yoariell by baylof aa Adltr, (or I'm tolsf to maka It tha asleet parchata ytn ever wade. I'll chart yon bo lutertit aa Other organ mea ara dolaf. X( yoa don't keep my organ b caaiali'a notaa represented, you can ship It back at my est pania and I'll pay yoa every cent yoa paid lor freight, ao yoa will loee aleolotey nothing. Furthermore, If at any time within a year, my organ doai not bold up to every claim X made, yoa can ehlp It back at my expense and 111 retain to yon every dollar of the purchase price with 0 per cent. Interact and all freights paid. I can agree to do this tecao.ee I know bow my organs are made and positively know thsy always make it EIsSRlhafasssH 1MI Guaranteed lor Elonl, to the Mjuare mile, while Nevada has less than one person to the same area,. - Kentucky has 57 to the Mjuare mile, which fjives eveiy man, moman and child in the Statu something eleven acres on hii average. We shall not starve for a whilej from overcrowding. , . 4 :3i 4 :35 i:t4 4:' to :lo it :2i 0:38 H'Hslyn. 8:Q9 4 :2() U:43 .) :o 4:47 fi:H) (j :0;. 10:17 11 1 1 :15 viO 0:10 11:40 Filson, I'ampton Junction, Nntural Bridge, Torrent, Ik'iittyville Jot, (). & K, Junction,. .Inckson, Quicksand, 8:03 7:48 7:45 7:30 7:07 0:15 4:14 3:57 3:55 3:41 3:20 2:25 8:43 8 :42 8 :20 J8 8:28' 8:15 7:54 7:05 ":00 - 0:10 2:20 1:50 "A t Kentucky earned $17,000,000 during the last year, according to a stateThe - railroads' of My Plana OfferThe Greatest l!y high grade world 'a famous Adler Southern ConcertGiand Pianos ca i be bad direct from my factory on the same liberal buying: plans as applied to my Adler Organs. In tone, excellence, workmanship, 50 YEAR GUARANTEE tssrsntse sll mr organs tor50 yftrs, sometbtDg no ocbtr orgsn man will du. 11 gusrsotcs boos Is the strongest ersr wrlttta sail II jros will ik jroor bsaker or sojr el aj local banks or lbs editor of tbti pspr as to mjr reliability, yes will bt told tbsl I sat ss soand as a rock, tbat you can safely enter Isto any trinescttoa with Die sud tbet all of my desllsgi are n tbs sqssre. Send your name for catalog sod bsylag plsai. You will bsutder no obllsstloa wbaterer, Stool sod lastraci tloa book tins with srery organ. CRYUS L MLER, Pres. Mky Wa, Co. X ment- of compiled clerk for sion at receipt's and expenses1 by Koy Wilhoit, rate the Krilroad CommisThe total Frankfort. earnings of the, - railroads were $40,778,004. ses were, The-operrti- The Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Sunday. & E. Junction: Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with th" 0. & 0. Railway for Alt. St'.rling, Ky. Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun Campton Junt)on: tain Central KMIwuy nr passengers to and from Uampten, Ky Nos. 2 will connect with tho L. & A. Ball- Beattyville Junction: way for Beattyville, Ky. O. S: K. Junction: Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with the O. & K. Rail, way for Cannel City, Ky. and way sta ons.' '".7 ex-pe- n material and finish they have no superior. If an equal, and. I can save you 1100 to ll'J). They are artletio In dtsign, built to but a life time, have a tone as clear and pure as a bell and a wonderful, easy, elaa-tl- o touch, . SB Years) scarf and instruction book given with every piano. Send for catalogue and I i TEAS THIS OUT. J aaAIX TO-BA- Y I I x j i i Makeacroasln the circle for organs or pianoe or write your name and address on a postal rardeir in a letter, stating which you want piano or ergan drs. I nay t11 f l,j"i.a. ..iFv. IWi't nte yiaiiii, CHTYU U MUR, Pm ZW8 Chestaut St. LosisvHk, Ky. I want your ( I want pictures end full des-if-rcrlption of your pianos. V organ ixxk. 1- 920,281,105. The freight earnings jdjere $84,208,702 and the passenger earnings $0, 1)80,204, there ''wae a gain over the preceiiing ytjiTr of $t,000,000. Bourbon Poultry Cure is reorgnlztx! an Iho ktsodard poultry remedy ot tho world. It U the onu remedy that uta bo depended oa wiiu huhuiuvu voruttaiy uj euro uuu proroai SAVE YOUR FOWLS I I V OnpoH, Guolern, Boup, . llmbtrneck, Blarrhoea and all exUilnx forms ot poultry m A Isvr dntpa taedrlnktnc water ktcpa fowls hesltby und freofrnmdtseaie. Atal)ottl'maku3l3(nliu(is(itne(llcliio. Vox tho treatment of Ultickhcud osd ulUr dUcusos la turttya f w tMdkM Clay City rimes. One way to t'"et up with the llUblolb lu iJintltft lllt'lll, UU) nothing from theFii'wheii you can buy it from others. Some pet. pie will abuse fW.'fjiieits for everything gopd3d Jmd and then pay more for af(Ws)startlcle than they can btiysiVBame thing from u niiitiufuiftvirtit1 in ueiglf boring city : Bourbon Poultry Cure Honk;a(vi!!s.Kv..ssr3! nsvsMcarsisiBfauEKsas wrncsny nny ' Mrs. W.W.Rslstea "a , NO EQUAL -- tMy.m. "I I Mr V. P. Cl.. V..I. K..'. I I mud hundnrit el ducksns Iim Hpm cspes I byfl lni ilicm IloiiiUu Poulli HouibaaiyultryCttraistbiua4tsutIcarruncdy C)ic. 7 unj I nsve ver utea ms csowrs sua wpn. a iuni tuio lu Viwlcis sh! UutMidcc., HAS i 1 Bourbon Remedy I All Cm.t Lssdln Oruaslsts. 60o sr BoMls. XZ,V,; THI . s. a, V(al ft. , to w ' 2iy Swann-Da- y LbN Co., Htrdwick ik Cq.i ICUy City x... StMkw. -.