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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 9, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911030901_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 9, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (D HP Si:00 T-T- Tr CLAY We tilT TIMES 4 a Year In Advance. are here to help Clay City, the SirronnJiog Conolry and Ourselves. !. R. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI. Railroad Extension. The whistling wind is whispering that the Louisville and Nash- CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY. MARCH 9. JOll. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Value of Supprtsting It. NO. JO Wood. ville system linving absorbed the L & E. railroad and failed in their attempt, to buy the Ohio & Kentucky will at once push the Mountain Central through Hazel Green to Helechawa and extend the system so as to defeat the ends of the road they have failed to buy. The L. & N. may ex tend the Mountain Central through, and connect with the Norfolk & Western or get a connecting line at Pikeville. John Day, president of the Motntain Central, engineered the deal by which the ;L. & N acquired the L. & E. and it is learned that he is now with the L. & N. on the last mentioned deal. He and his brother, Floyd, own the Mountain Central and it is believed John will do all he can to get his road through this country. HaK-e- l Green Herald. - H. F. Hillenmeyer & son, the old reliable nurserymen of Lexington, have their spring announcement in this issue of the Times. You need something in their line if you have only a town lot and it a very smajl one. They can save ou money, Sond for your catalogue and then send-iorder. n J. K. Hurst has taken a posr tioriUwith the" J?laut wholesale no ttionhdUBeat Cincinnati asjravel- territory. Tie being IHester as his.our local merchants home man 4 should hold their orders for him. ey Mountain Press Association. Farmers Fleeing From Bad Roads. The Mountain Press AssociaA dispatch from Somerset says tion was organized at Jackson that in the last week more than Feb. 27th with H. H. Gibson, of twenty-fiv- o farmers have left the Breathitt County News as Pulaski county to locate in the President; Emin Elan), of the Western Statee. The same disHazel Green Olio, Vice Presi- patch says there is scarcely a day dent and Sam Hurst, of the that is not marked by the deparEnterprise Secretary. Fu- ture of people Jor the West. ture meetings will be held si b. "Poor roads," it; js added, ject to the call of the Executive said to be the cause of so many Committee which is composed of farmers seeking other locations." R. 0. Musick, Win. Carterand It is doubtless ;rtrue that poor L. T. Hovermale, of the Jackson roads are responsible for removTimes; H. H. Gibson and M. II. als from many Kentucky counHotliday, of the Breathitt county News Emin Elam, of the Ha- ties. Not all those who go WeBt, of course, are.gojug by reason zel Green Olio. of dissati6factiohwith road conSells Powell County Timber Land. ditions. Manyof them are E. L. & 7. K. White have sold by clfeapifannirig lands their saw mill at Glencairn, that are sk'illfujj advc tieed by Wolfe 'county, and 600 acres of railroads or realeijtate agents. It timber land in Powell county to is an cstablished(act, however, McDonald & Knox, of Powell that countise wl&ch have good county. This deal has been un- roads draw population from counder headway for some time and ties which do nft have them. was finally consumated last week, Now that the mowment for im-- . the new company taking posses- proved highwaysf. is so general sion nf once. The price was not throughout theGontry and so given out ."But it is understood to many States atf counties are The Messrs. building be a good one. pdrmartent thoroughWhite will likely return to Irfares, farmers :cM?hardly be cenvine to reside. Estill Herald. sured for refuqinjf;ionger to live Sixty-firsCongress came on mud roadsijle88 a farmer The to a close Saturday at noon. An be strongly "iiiaiipred" it seems extra session has been called to to be nothing5fiB than natural that he should,iijp a farm on a meet April 4th new Congress will mud road apdwek a location Taft. ,The have a large Democratic niajon where ho waydfwel .with some ty in the House and a greatly re degree of corafjsmand transport duced Republican - majority in the producW,jovHhis, labor at Beat-tyville. ed "Our Thoughts" Mrs. W. .T, By Dn. 81MON FLEXNER. When it is recalled that tuberd culosis causes about of the deaths that occur between the ages of twenty aud fifty years ,lt. becomes at once, apparent what an enormous lufluence the suppression of this one disease must exercise upon the development and progress of society, Tne eradication of losls Is among the chief ends tp be accomplished by all the agencies which are striving to uplift human society and to make Its Individual units more efficient and self sustaining. Hence the conquest of tuberculosis becomes the proper Oeld of endeavor for the statesman, legislator, physician and layman. one-thir- "Let us Watch and Pray" David Kirkley. Song "Jesus is all the World to me." Roll Oal. Benediction. "A Poughkeepsie man has willed $100,000 to a woman who refused to marry him years agor" Some men never forget a kindness. Now Captain Peary might start something lively by hitting Congressman Mason in the head with that North Pole, he discovered. In view of the recent activity of the hen, we suggest that it be allowed to replace the eagle an our national bird. A Smooth Skin Black Heads, Chaps, Pimplcjj; tindeavor Prayer Meeting. Sores and all unhealthy conditicis Program for Endeavor Prayer of the skin are unsightly and Meeting Sunday eneving at 7:15 Wnv h hov of' from the Innl--o de-tr(c- f. March 10th. Song By Audience. Prayer. Topic t. "First Aid for Tempted", (Heb. 2:14-18)- . Leader A. M. Burgher. "Aid in Despair," (1 Kings 19 : Pat Henry. "Our Savior's Temptation's" ) Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salv, a creamy, 6now what ointment, apply as directed and your skin will be the as clear as a babe's. At all dealers in medicines. SEEDS ' Mrs. Olarkson. There Is Only One fl'his is Dr. Bell's. It is the and can be relied on in croup, cough, colds and nil lung' and bronchial troubles. Look for the bell on the Bottle. "Our Lord's Warning" Geo. Fletcher. Song "Yield not to Temptation" Audience. Golden Sentences by Junior - Sunday School Class.. smftllerpypj.-,.-, Pulaski county can ill afford to "Doing our Part" Mabel . "Wall Btreet was' nil hot up a spare itsiarming population. If Bowls. bout that rate business; but the people are leaving because of bad "Christ our Shield" T. J. trains are running as usual. roads the progressive citizens of Fletcher. the county should set themselves For Sale. Farm of 44 acres and 9 poles 1 to work to secure improvement. SBTIERUHD'S EAGLE EYE SALVE Why not form a few good roads associations in different sections of the county to discuBS the sitt: ation and to formulate plans for betterment? The farmers them selves should lead the movement. Couier Journal. For State Senator. Good for Nothing but tho Eyes Fretk, Rtlftble. Puto SBartntMd to PI toe Erery Gardener W t PlMteMhonldttttme ( SPzeiat. . ii viiuarn urowa octal opnor menu 01 vwr-- i arm 13m Bow Bt. Rookfonl, Illinois miles from Clay City, wood build inc8, well watered, close to church and school. Lot of tie timber on place and more coming on. A. D. Williams, Clay City, Ky. Fop PELSNT,:,N WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 Why Not Trade ;vv :; At the ftore 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 Countv and every article is the quality you may demand and the Elbridge 0. Park, .of Rich mond, is a prospective candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Senator of this district. Mr. Park, a native of Estill coun n ty, is a newspaper correspondent and formerly was editor of an Irvine paper. We always admired Mr. Park and would be glad to see him secure the nomination and win in the final race for Senator; He is em inently qualified to fill the office with credit to his constituency. well-know- Waltersville, Ky. 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 customers, come round some day and give u One subscriber had his paper stopped because IiIb property Price is Always Right. Give us your trade this year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. (la (His delivered free to all was advertised- - in our columns for sale for taxes when he didn't owe any tax. Our business is to publish the paper not to adjust r uiuerences between the tax a,ml the tax collector. The pay-eJ- r parts of the city. Don't forget the place. Whioh were by the unusual warm weather a few. weeks ago, are so fur uninjured and if uothing hap pons to it later a good crop of fruit may be oxpectQiL-tbiBwolen s fruit buds' place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They will open your eyes to an opportunity. -- Send Us Your Orders C. SHIMFESSEL. Some men are lorn crooked, some mon grow crooked and some ivo whore voto. buying is an es tablished custom, over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Cluy City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" on business the first of lar. It is not fair for Powell the week. county to bo raised .any per cent, J. T. Wright sold a pair of much-los- s 20 per cent, and wo small mules recently to a Mr. rOllLISIIKD EVKItV THURSDAY. can prove it to the State Board Itupard for $220. of Equalization if that Board is Subscrlphonratee 81 a year or three Work on our bad roads is still open to proof. veare'in r(lvunce$2. THE TIMES. at what it cost dollar fordol- chester - LOOK HERE. come to J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered ns second-clns- s , ,1911. Low-Dow- n Politics. , mnll matter. Mar. !), Thursday, CLUB RATES. For. the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 al ." " Cincinnati Enquirer " " " - u 1.10 00 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 1.00 Inland Farmer American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 The State Board of Equalization. The State Board of Erjualiza tion will soon be at work raising such poor counties as Powell a- bout 20 per cent, and this too af ter the County Bourd of Super visors has passed on every indi vidual tax payer of the county. At the same time let big Blue grass counties go without cgange. n Powell when there is a sale of re"al Republicans are agitating the Democratic Catholics of tho State against tho future Democratic nominees for State officers be cause BenJnhnson withdrew from tho- - race-foGovernor, because, as he said, his opponents were us ing his religion ns an argument against his nomination. We do not believe it. We. have con versed with Democrats' over the State about the matter and we have our first one to meet that said they had known anything tho Catholic business until Johnson mentioned it in his withdrawal card. The truth of it is, not one Democrat in fifty would know what Ben Johnson's relig ion was nor would they have carr c i asm. on - T. S. McKinneyj o - r overseer ' the Estill part of the road did Friday, and G. W Pasloy, overseer for the Powell good work section will work his road Thurs- For Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts and day and Friday. In the meantime the Good. Roads Association is getting in good time when the weather will admit and rendering great help to tho overseers both with teams and labor. Deafness Canuot be Cured by local applications, as they can- Silk Petticoats estate the consideration is always given and the purchaser to list it at 80 per 19 required cint. and frepuently it is raised in excess of the purchase price, With the 20 per cent raise like what we had last year, the majority of our individual tax payers are paying no more than vhat their property is worth. o our personal knowledge in some instances in the Bluegrass cpunties land owners are listing bd paying tax on land at $50 per acre which would easily bring $luG i'ci iicie, uiie iiiird its (jasli v.alue and these counties being rich are not raised, and yet they sail easily pay their tax while Iialf the individual taxpayers of he poor counties frequently must sell the last cow or meat hog to cave the sale of their land for taxes. A very unfair thing jjt this imposed upon us from year to year. We think the coun-t- y should resent the raise to the extreme. Let some of the Board en me to tiie county and see the situation as it is and if there is a ajieck of justice in them they will dot raise Powell county this year. j The law requires that real be listed at 80 per cent, of s its sales value but in the thpy have learned a way to l)eat that, they record their ieeds, $1 00 and other consideration and in this way dodge their tax and are let pass by the Board of.Equalization. " The board has an erroneous lidea about our real estate, they !$eem to think there has been no .decline but there has. For '-Tes-tat- ed, lie stood no show of winning the nomination, to us it seems, and got mad about it and thought he could hurt flic man that was goiiig to beat him worse by making this statement than any other means. The editor of this paper is not a Catho-lie- , but have never yet inquired into a man's religion when extending support to a party man and we do not know of a single Democrat that does. The Republicans are boosting this argument to turn Demo cratic Catholic votes, but let's wait and see if they will put up a man for Governor solely be cause lie is a Catholic. ouch stuil' is all bosh and but little attention will be given by the Democratic Catholics and none should have been given by prot- estatit Democrats. Tlie r. hole scheme, we believe, is hatched in u Republican nest. not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that, is by con Deafness in stitutional remedies. caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, arid when it is entirely cloned, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out.mid this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but nn intlamed condition of the mucous Mirfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case- - of Deafness (caus ed ny catarrh) that cannot be cured Send for by Hall's Catarrh Cure. '. circulars free. . F. J. Chtney;& Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con - our store and we will do our hest, tn nlftasfl vnn j r both in Price and Quality. We have the goods and will not carry them over, "it's to ycur inr terest to see our line and get; our Very Low Prices before buying elsewhere. Come early and get pick and choice as such goods at such prices cannot last long. Mrs. J. W. Williams. USE HOPE stipation. ' I $ MILLS FLOUR PR( JD OF HFR CAKES, nd pit Ih 1 tan King ana Business Businesss has always been the great leader of natrons in our civilization march. Banking service ing 6afety treatment gard for of with combinprogres-siveness, " Whenever it begins to look as if some oppressive tariff schedule might actually be taken oil', the protected interests begin to sob as if their hearts would break o ver the fate of the poor farmer. "The Roosevelt dam is to be used in Arizona after March 18." Around Oyster Bay and among n certain division of the Republi can party it has been in common use for months. The state committee did well in fixing the Democratic prima ry July 1st. We can then cele brate thp result of the election and the .glorious Fourth at the same time. .man is who them fnmi lion: Mills' in tireail nr. cake to follow ti.vavs u Me thin li 'h rnde .and M everywhere. nt jtloin'. Success i plus " " courteous ren M and a due by, J. ANDREW Versailles, Ky. the' our utjcoinmoda-tio- customers, has always" 'been on our this e steady aim, and platform invite tion. V blue-yr.is- of service we ou . i saaaaaai aaaaEnn r""'considera. Not Simply liirtiSf Remember, Int. 1fit t;ti.?XiX -- Sometimes it happens that the man who gets on the ground lloor of a speculation scheme finds that) the lloor is composed of mud and that ho is stuck in it. Now I the time of year when yoa'are be- 40 tb'Dk f thB ,0U intnd THE.' Clay City 70a get all this. But don't accept our mere. tatement. For when you buy, that the abto- - wo can convince you of Us truth. JIaIIo iiiFn la .iTTinJ Xv mam whn wo have & catalogue which describe, in a Car but Car Service la the MARATHON ....... "Walk a mile before breakfast and scare up an appetite,," advisTho Uoskin place across es a doctor. Many a man has to 'the river here sold at one time walk farther than that before he for $1,00Q and according to tho can scare up the price. 80 per cent plan was taxed for It is John Langley's third term ,$2100 with" 20 per cent added by and still we haven't got the piked .the State tax was paid $2880. ho promised us. They "shore" 'This, place was sold this winter would cone handy now if wo had uot for cash but at Commission them. or's sale and brought $1700. .This property on tho 80 per cent. Wo are really sorry for our plan will now be listed .1,11(10 railroads, How poor t'loy aro ,1 I .... i. aw it'iiul . .last year. Is this not fair? .Tho writer bought a piece of SPOUT SPRING. land lugl year for $7 00 per aero Win, Burnett has returned that cost at one time $20 00 per ; from Illinois. acre. Ho wus raised by the coiin-tClaude Sums has ifioved back Board of Supervisors 20 per cent, over what ho paid for it to his farm near here. f after giving it in for assessment II. F. Christopher was in Win- . '. y National Bank, - Clay City, Ky. . .. . . M. iWWS I .if. it'm mm but car service. Buv correct desuni. accur- n.Vlntr ata construction and good materials. Buy woa tyouuKiunw souna motor car Taiue. MARATHON models, Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring fai-th-a Car. Standard Touring Car and Boadater. and Torpedo Koadslcr. Prices from $1,500 to $1,700. SOUTHERN MOTOR' WORKS, Nashville, Tenn. We Ask You to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure It will help you. .Remember that this great female remedy '.TWO IS' ..rt:,l.(IuJi.'U... r and SHADE PLANTS. III! FREES. VWBEKUV MJCSSSiTS SttDS SUCCTM I 'UtU SPECIAL OFFER: A tiUUrltl ketU U seeks m " .Ill Mil Hi Ml II j a!tiM. umifl, Ulackhcrrlei, p ur J! v3 broueht WMMlli relief to thousands of. other sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, periodical pa!ns, female weakness, many have said It Is "the best medicine to take" Try Itl If I It u ,. to. I Write to-da- y; Mention this Paper u4 rtcklti M Willi lhl relnktto ', T .lp.!J. 4 t .'oaH fir free .iivu no agents. . (S m M wtM oUmUo ol SI Sold in JThis City P.... Hltlcnmeycr Sons, KY. uu.oaaro.1U1. bet w. M it.ira.tlr. B.Uf.l njtc?.. .l ft.' t to c , Sc4 ,4 .. Waataesgsssss Mat; III tyJZ II I II .W.Iult, .'u-B0.'u- V : 1. I i.T So far as wo have hoard our friend 0. R. Wiitson of Crystal has had the banner crop of tobacco this year, so far as the selling price in market is concerned, I'APKR. AN ALL which, of course, means the best in quality, Wo hope to hear as .... Mar. 1), 11)11. THURSDAY,' Richmond voted dry again Sat- - wpll from other nf onr people. IViCli JmU I.II.J..I .Ij Beattyvillo Enterprise. BREVITIES. LOCAL mond has grown- wonderfully in Cranutrted Eye Lids recent years. Thus in this in Mrs. (Jlurkson will conduct . stancoMt can bo shown that a Do not need to bo cauterized or bihle services at the Methodist scarified by a physician. Suthercity can be dry nnd still grow. church Sunday flight. THE TIMES. E HOME-MAD- Don't you notice a great difthe appearance in the town since the filthy hog has been penned up? We doll" our hats to mayor Loving and the mombers of the city council. ferent in Aids Nature The great success ol Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, neak lungs, and obstinate and llngeriag coughs, is based on the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Meic-- t Disco-cr- y" mi. V Nature with bodybuildmuscle-makin- g ing, materials, in condensed and concentrated form. With this help Nature supplies Jhe necessary strength to the stomach to digest tissue-repairin- - obstinate coughs, ino "Liscovery" reestablishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound health, purifies and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in uuit asuiDiisncs sound vigorous neaitn. John A. Noal, who moved to Of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo Clark county two years ago, hns were sold in 1908 and not one word moved back to Powell. of complaint, though every tube March has come, get ready to was sold under a positive guaran sow your oats and grass, plant tee. It is good for nothing but the eyes. Ask your Dsuggist. potatoes and set hens. The Ladies prayer meeting serWe have had a fine season for vices will bte hold at the Central g the past two weeks Hotel Friday afternoon. and the road hands have not been unusually busy. If all the A million dollar tobacco facto-r- roads in the county could now be for Richmond is one of the properly ditched nnd graded and now projects for this hustling the road drag which is yet a city. stranger in Powell county later Ileavy rains the first of the freely used we could have good week have put the river up to a roads all spring and summer. We good tide and much timber is be- hope to soon see all the overseers in the county warn in their ing iloated to market. hands at once and put the roads For Croup in the best repair possible. Who is the will be the first to start the ball Dr. Bell's rolling? beat known remedy. Do not road-workin- 200,000 Tubes land's Eagle Eye Salve is guaranteed to cure them without pain. It is harmlesi'and a sure cure for granulated 'ids. 25c tubes at all dealers. To Prepare for the Future. your dealer offers something "last as &ood," It I probably better FOR HiMlt pays better. Bat you are thinking ot the cure not the profit, so there's nothing "lust oa Hood" for you. Say to. J com- Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Medicine Simplified. .1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised 'hon, paper.bound, ,ent 'tfr 21 one-cestamps, to cover cost of mailing cnlj. Cloth-boun31 stumps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. y is the duty of our present citizens to prepare for the future. There is no better way to prepare for this future than by building good roads. If we bond Boyd county in order to build good roads,our children and posterity, will have to pay for it, and they ought to. They will- - reap the benefit and they will pay their part of this indebtedness without a whimper. Let lu-hire It We have the largest and moft plete line of STOVES to us have some good roads and thus build up Boyd county. Ashland Independent: A Fierce Night Alarm be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Piue-Tur-Hon- the genuine Dr. Bellle y, Has Millions of Friends. John Creed caught a wild cat on Oanexcrcek Monday and brought him to this city whore it was sold to Thos. Edge for $5 00. Joe Burgher, a native of this county, has sold out in MadiBou county and will start for Wimau-ina- , Florida tomorrow where he lias bought a farm. Are y. How would you like to number your friends bv the millions as BuckleD's Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures in the past forty years made them. Its the best Salve in the world for sores, ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes, spruins, swellings, bruises, cold soreo. lias no equal Lumforties. 2oc at Swann-Da- y ber Co 's store. We have said and here repeat it that the land owners who live along tur public highways could well afford' to put a third of the value of their farms into roads leading through or by their lands. This looks a little extravagant, but the increased valuation of the remaining part of the farm would yield a handsome profit on Mr. Farmer, the investment. put the figures to this proposi tion. Tompkitipville News. The Cold's That Hang on readily curde by Dr. JJell'B .cold It relieves the and stops the cough. There is only one genuine. Dr. 0. H. Williams, who formerly practiced medicine in this city, but who hns more recently been located at Hazel Green has lately moved to Williamstown to practice. is the hoarse, startling cough of a child, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewis Cbamblin, of Manchester, O., R. R. No. 2 for their four children were greatly subject to croup. "Sometimes in severe attacks," he wrote "we were afraid they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery in, we have no fear. We rely on it for croup and for coughs, colds or any So do throat or lung trouble." thousands of others. So may yon. Asthma, Hay Fever, La Gr'ppe, Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages fly Trial before it. 50c.and S1.00. bottle free. Sold by Swann-DaLumber Co. y Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Come in and. give us a look. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ( ) Winchester, MH in III - Kv. Gives Prompt Relief William II. Douglas, Jr., of WashAttacks School Principal. ington, D. C, I take great pleasure A severe attack on wbhool prin in informing you I have used Dr. cipal, Chus. B. Allen, of Sylvaniu, and it gave Bell's Get., is thus told by him. "For me almost inntunt relief. more tlu.n three yearn," he writes, J. W. McKinney,ta,former res- "I suttered indescribable torture ident of Vaughn?8 Mill, has rent- from rheumatism, liver and stouv ed his property at Winchester to mill trouble und diseased kidneys. K. . Christopher, formerly of All lemedies failed fill I used ElecSpout Spring, nnd moved to tric Bitters, but four bodies of this .wonderful remedy cured rae com Woodford county. Such results ure completely." n Dr. Uell's mon. Thousands bless them for A sudden attack of Oholern Morbus curing stomuch rfouble, female Keep Dr. Hell's is dunueroua. complaints, kidney disorders, bil Anti-Pai- n at hand, u dose relieves iousness, and for new health and almost iiiHtantly. It also cures vigor. Try them. Only 50c at Diurrhoea, Crumps, Flux and all Swunn-DuLumber Company's Jowel Complaints. store. Where the South Leads. Notice to Creditors. Of Uncle Sam's juvonilo corn Any and nil persons holding growers champions, the on pro- claims nguinst the undersigned by ducing the largest ryiold is jn notes, accounts, or in any other North Carolina; the one growing eaptclty whatever are hereby no u large' yield at the smallest cost tided to present same to me for paylives in Louisiana and tlie.voung-es- t ment within the. next thirty duys champion corn grower Uvea as I want to settle up everything in Georgia. It will thus be seen at once. If said claims are not pre the South leads in other sented within said limit of timo all things besides growing cotton. persons are hereby warned that Kills a Murderer. any claims later appearing are I publish in onlr to A n?crc51ess murderer Is Appen- fraudulent. get my affairs all wound up as I dicitis with many victims, hut Dr. learn some persons are claiming I king'B Now Life Pills kill it by am indebted to them by note and prevention. They gently tlmul-ttin other ways which is not true. Komuob, liver and baWels, prevent Clay City, Ky Feb. 15th, 1011. hit; tliH clogging that invites up.. N, Mcintosh. iuring Conrnipatiiin, pfiidinitiH, jlcadauho, Biliousness Chills, 2flo Dr. Bell's Co.'sjStonv at For Coughs and Cold,. Anti-Paiy 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 and well fenced. All under cultivation but about 8 acres which will afford plenty of firewood. At least 10 acres of good tobacco land. For further particulars call at this oilice. IIIIHM MIsMslBMI Clearance Sale AH Dr. Bell's Antisev ,oalve Good for all Skin Diseases. CAPITAL STOCK. SIOO.OOO SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 TUB of our Full & Winter goods are going at Reduced prices. Full & Wintei Millinery Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, ; Winchester Bank, tl KY. OV WlIN'OHHTlilU. 3 IS. 1IOL.L.Y WITIIEHSI'OON, Men's and Boys' Clothiug, Shoes, Cook Stoves, Etc. 1 HutsShirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Raincoats and Work Coats, Sewing Machines, fllKHi i J It will pay you who are interestedin W. It l. OASUIBil. saving money to take advantuge 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 YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUCITWD U , attention to aJ t & a sAa &a Bg ate att iv. g the following lines which on account of being the most on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. j.p.riAUPPiN,!i Watchmaker Sj Jeweler. Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Women's Overshoes in Arctics and Rubbers. Shoes, Wool and tlit Cotton Dress Goods, Wool f f ; All Kinds of Watch and Clock ftonaul.ie on Shon. N.iicc sntJ Reasonable Terms. SATISPAC- TION GUARANTEED. Line of and Cotton Bed Blankets, Cook Stoves and and Sewing Machfnes. Jewelry ; & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY. Call and see me in River Hotel Uulldlntf' Pine-Tar-Hon- ey j:'" CLAY CITY, , Swann-l)uyTimbe- r Hard wick & Co., Stanton. J r 'FACTORY PHOFIT-SHARIN- Q PIANO CLUB. FACTORY Join My Piano Ghtbm -- I it STANTON. News, scarce. $5,00 Recipe Cures. Sick People-FRE- E Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SHNT FREE. I. will send n copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, in a plain ordinary sealed cnvelo, e to any one who will write me for it. Just send me your name and address at once and you will receive the reeipe by return mat), charges paid. I will also send you free (if charge my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. T think it is my duty to help BUtTering humanity to this extent, and hope yoti'will be one of the thousands who are being cured daily by this wonderful discovery. Sit dfAvn todav and write me, as vou mav not see this oirer agnin. I know my' treatment is a safe and sure cure for Rheumatism, Dropy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constip ition, Indigestion, .Headache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder Trouble, Heart Disease, Impure Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all Din-bete- Cashj 8aro all soiling pxpmite as well as Jobbers', Kfi'2 'B'BBBUBJB ilonlors' amt solicitors' profit. E;::I"!N"UBwbuu Club Price. Retail Prtoe. S17E.OO S27B.OO S22S.DO S32B.OO JiisB8BIJMIi - l,f ..p-;s.o- o Born to tlioyvifc of John Dim fine gi rl," iM ri rj;n ret t Pauline rv...! it xt i ..n Lfivirt. uiitiiuim x, it. it. isuii smiles. ii'.'-'- ' Montfny was county court, tiny A WEEK with n good crowd in attendance. Koops up your duos The willof old lady Gibson was and In caso of doath eIvob . vou rocolot .m probated. In full for your AyA Vernon Faulkner has sold his piano. Sorid In tho coupon property west! of town to Vernon Term lets than t'&JFF today. 'aaHw?s rtntal. Snowden. Faulkner is moving ITlehpstnuaHtr. unlimited canrantee. to town and Snowden to tlie prop.HOME 'jZ fW refunded. A tufactlon or "money s still neater reduction b: our erty bought, from. Faulkner, coupon plan. Call or mil for ex- jiianatory Doouet at once, Suit was filed in tho Circuit F. 0. EVANS PIANO CO. Ninth and Locutt, Oct Moines, la. Court Tuesday by the County Attorney against Dr. A. T. Knox S33S?aBLiE-swrsffiTlnrv fmm Vorlnnr and 'Win. Boweu, Sr. for a part of the county, road leading from Bowen Station to the bridge at the Gay ford of Red Kiver. The rdefentaut are alleged to be hold ing same adversely to the county. Whiz. Mako: you a mombor sends a piano to your homo and savos you tho mlddlomen's profit. r s s, .' Uric Acit? Dlseasen. Dr. D. J. WALSH, Box 2094 Boston, Mas'. FREE 30 HOT 2S2Lk2SS - DAYS TRIAL Benefit to1 all Counties. ONE BED CENT IN ADVANCE. v?r?f'5ffe':-VV fS'.-'i From My Factory Direct to ag,umtuw. i uproTeinis evnnd the shadow of a doubt if yoo will let me ship you ono of my Adler Organs on ireo wai. ; I prove. every Tj before yoa buy II I don't, ehlp my organ back at my yr yVv The Piano and Organ Maker CYRUS L. ADLER Trust You The Nightingale ra Would not'good roads in the mountains teiul to the ad vantage of wealth? add to profit Would not Would not good by the fact -- roads in Western Kentucky do likewise, andould not Central Kentucky profit by the fact through tho "'gt her, and the undoubted fact that which benefits any one countyor section in the State insuresjto the benefit of all counties and"6f all sections? Owensboro "M,eS8inc?er' ,a. ol Org ant Nervous Women For nervous, tired women, we recommend Car- dui. Cardui is a woman's medicine. It acts specifically on the female organs and has a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful .ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer trom some form or female trouble, get (Jardui at once and give it a fair trial. ear MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I've busted the hot air bubbIe!of th dealers, agents and middlemen of this country by BeHinff direct to the homes at the same price they formerly paid mo foamy organs. are told, win n "In Canada,-wlaw is pnsseaVit's law arftnt's a Can't, we have reciobeyed." procity of lawjwith Canada. JackSpratt's Platter. Jack Sprittt'wbujd eat no fat His wife wo'ijld eat no lean, So CARD U I It Will Help You Hfrfl. W. W. J 33 SEND ME YOUR NAME whether yon want to buy or not and III send you free of charee nnd postpaid the most wonderful organ book and buying plans you ever saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the best organ but do not give yoo any proof. I do, and here is the proof. I own my own timber lands, savr.mllls, dry kilns and factory. I do not have to pay one penny of profit for lumber or milling. t Tint. ntn m Adler Orfjsnii, (Thx Nightingales of Organs). That's the reason my organ Is better than any other make.' Another Proof 1 I guarantee my organs for BO yean, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 tola years. Don't this mean something T My selling plans are the fairest, si rplestr ssfest and easiest ever placed before the American public, in that I grant my customers all tho time they want, arrange their payments as it suits their income nnd circumstances, give them reasonable extensions of time If thoy can't meet their payments rnd charge them no interest. Ask e me of your neighbors who dealt with me about this. That's the bent proof you can get. I would just as soon give you 11,000 in gold if you can duplicate this proposition. MY ORGAN (THE NIGHTINGALE OF ORGANS) ha3 a tone nearest to tho human voice, a pure sinning tone that lasts a life time and It won the highest prise at the St. Louis World's Fair, anothor proof my organs are the best. Everybody is buying an organ these days and everybody is buying an Adler on account of its high quality, wearing qualities? cheaper gradeergsns t hem thandealersand agents stle and reputation. I am eel lingrealizefer lesswhen you buy from one are sellingmiddlemen you and when you stop to think and murt of these that pay his profit, time, salesmen's salaried, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whole lot and stands before you as the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working dsy and night, grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and liberal treatment I handed out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000 Whenever I sell an Adler, it sells a dozen mo'ro and soon indefinitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality always wins out. 75,000 ADLER OWNERS' SAVED $2,625,000 iicroro 1 soul airect to tne hemes at vviioieuale iacuiry prices, as 1 not uoinif now exclusively, i used to sell to dealers only, but when I found out that they told myorgans for twice and three times as much aa they paid me. making the poor people blood for It. I was thunderstruck and quit. Ieentout thousands of notices telling them they couldn't buy another organ from roe, that I meant to sell direct to tho homes, eaving them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them ns a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round numbers I've saved my customers (over 75,060 of thtm) at least S2.625.0e. all of which would have gouo to tho dcahus hall I sold the organs through them., You surely appreciate what this means. NOW MY PROPOSITION Your Piano TO YOU ! limply this. 1111 ihlpyoooSOdayt frMtrUl.anyorf&ayoe wgnt, on any raontbl ttrmljoq mtyaagftat, Jsal aa It aalta your Income and clrcamataacf a. If yua kacp It at the esd of tha trial p.arlo4, which I inow'yon nil!, you can pay all caah r a amall aam down and tbe balaoca monthly, qoartarly, saml.sanoally or say otber rtaaoaabla way. It at soy time you can't meat a payment whea It'a due, I'll gladly lira yoa s reatoneblo axtanilon of time. aball not laconTeaienre yonritlt by baying an Adlar, for I'm sotnf to make It lbs oaaltit parcbaae yoo orer made. I'll cbarto yoa no lotereat aa otber organ men aro doing. If yooj don't keep my organ ha caoeeU'e notaa represented, yon van eblp It back at my ozi. penee and I'll pay you ererycent yon paid for frelgbt, as yoo will lose aliolut.ly nothing. Farlhermore, If at any time wltbia a year, my organ doea sot bold np to ovary claim I made, you caa ablpltback at my espeneo and I'll retara teyov every dollar of tbo parcbaae price with S per cent, tateraat sad all freights paid. I can agree la do Ihla tecauee I know bow my organ i aro mad and positively know they always make good. Ta gans. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and finish they have no superior, if an equal, and, I can save you $100 to SIC. They are artiitie la d sign, built to lilt a life time, have a tone as clear and pure as a bell, and a wonderful, easy, elas' tic touch. Guaranteed lor SS Years) Etool, scarf and Instruction book given with every piano. Send for catalogue and bUVl lailib. My Piano OfferThe Greatest My high grade world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand Pisnod ca be bad direct from my factory on the same liberal buying plans as applied to my Adler Or- 50 YEAR GUARANTEE forSO yean, eomethlog do other organ man will do. My guarantee bond la tho strongest over wrlttea and If yoa will ssk yoor banker or any of my local" bank s or tba editor of tbla paper aa to my reliability, yon will bo told) that I am aa sound aa a rock, that you caa safely oater Into any transaction with ma and that all of my dealings aro on the aoaare. Send your name for catalog and boytag pleas.. Vou will bo nuder no obligation whatever. Stool and Instruct tluu book given with every organ. CRYUS L ADLER, Pres. Adler Mia. Co. I guarantee all my organa betwixt tjmlioth They ate one'jjoat,', 'And lickeflthba'tter olfeun. 'AT ALL DRUG- STORES And epaakfrjirofplntterR reminds us that n great man,1 families would like to huvji a new platter to deto-ntt- e the table witn,anTwe are goSb?WRY OF L. & E. TIlviE TABLE. ing to tell them how to get it. The American Farmer, publish 'V,1' No. 3, ed at Indianapolis,'- is giving away a No. a. No. 4. Daily Stations. Sunday free. in. Da''.v- beautiful VioUaDinrii-rSen"1'y- D;U'y- Ky.' Sun. Only 'eluding a JaklSpratt Platter "while they last to a certain mini V. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. j her of our readers' Lexington, C:05 9:55 10:25 7:33 This Violet Dinner Set is of fine 2:25 8:i:j ' Vincheter, ' ' 0:12 5:20 'Oli urHde, lighi hr .weight, very tough 3:o,5 L. & K. Junction, 8:2G 5:07 .0:00 0:1 nnd duraMtv ItM snowy white in 8 :4'J "8:45 Indian Fields-- . 0:20 4:53 color and has .. genuine china ;):at t):iii .GLaY CITY, 8:25 0:02 4:35 gliizn, giving thejset a smooth and 0:1(1 Stanton, S:15 4:26 "8:54 Tho rdinpea 3:58 velvety appeHranee. 8:4S8:00 :lfi H'slvu, 4:20 U'lviland dtsign, with 4:i)5 ire latest FilrJon; 0:22 8:03 4:14 8:42 deep, senlfoped edgnp. handsomely h:14. :3() rnmpton .Tnnctton, 7:4S !L:57 8:28 0:6 wiflt'tjer-vowork. Each ornamented .): Natural BritTge, 7:45 H:20 3:55 piece is decorate-,!- ' with a beautiful 4:35 r..rrent, 0:m! 7:30 8:153:41 cluster of violets., with finwers and 4:47 Beatiyvllla Jet, 7:07 5:10 3:20 7:54 lo:'7 srrten leaves in natural colois. . & K. Junction, :05 2:25 7:05 0:15 II:'". Eucli piere altii has an elaborate :6() '..c.VBon, 0:10 l 0:10 2:20 of vining 6pr.y in 11:40 Quicksand, 1:50 gold all baked in and glazed over so that the decorations are in no Tho Followftig CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Sunday, way affected byhvear or wughing. L. & E. Junction: Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with th C. ic'O. Railand vi ill he found just as briifht way for Alt. Sf.rling, Ky. and atinictive after yeara of nerviee as at the time we send them to you. Cumpton Junction: Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with' tho Moun tain Central Hnilwny fir passengers to nnd from Campton,;Ky Every piece' is parfectly made, very N..s. 2 will conneet with tho L. & A. Beattyville Junction: handsome in design and linish. It for Beattyville, Ky. will he a buutiful surprise when Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with the O. fc K. Hallyou see it, 0. oVK. Junction: way for Gunnel City, Ky. nnd way sla onn. Any reader of this piper who t stumps or ten sends 5 ctnts silver.to the Ainerician Farm er for three months' suhscriptini SAVE YOUR FOWLS I an learn how to get this ham Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized as the standard poultry remody of the world. It Is tbe one remedy that can be depended ome V olet Dinner Set free. on with absolute certainty to cure and prevent American Farmer, IndianapoGitpos, Cholera, Roup, -- Gardner, of Paducah, Ky., tried Cardui and writes: I have been usii.tr it for eleven years. T fiTTi 48 vcars old and feel like a different Tvoman, since 1 nave been tftkinr? it. I used to suffer from bearing down airis, nervousness I and "Bleeplessness,. but now the pains arc all gone and I sleep goodl 1 highly recommena uaraui ior young ana 01a." xiy ir-- "I think Cardui is just grand. - Enst-Boun- d. West-Boun- - t 3:-2- 0 8i" - -- - l - semi-horil- Ball-wa- y two-cen- Ad-tre- ss ,1 lis, Indiana. TEAR THIS OUT. I I MAIL TO-DA- Y Umberneck, Diarrhoea and all existing forms of poultry diseases. A few drops In the Orlnking water keeps (owls healthy and free from disease. A 6"o bottle mates 13 gallon ot inedldnu. ior the treatmf.it of Blockhead and othtr dlswue la turkuyj - fZiiJZLMl? 'vr I jJiiii' t' FKlery-Grt- attit Mske a cross In the circle for organs orpknoe or write your name and address on a postal card or in a latter, statins: which you want piano or organ des-- I rripti.n. lion'c enclose any stamp. 1 pay ail marge. all CRYUS aii .fl J- - - I a u 0LER' egrValafi I I want your organ book. Fn 6Z Chestnut ( I want pictures and full dee- cripttoo Of your pianos. St Louisville. Km I I H I WKKKKKtWKKtKtttKKKKtm vrouiptiy btaioed ta TniOt.aJaKKS,L-vtAipWMBbtiJvV- yUyyUH all Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS ' NO tCQUAL- Mr . raiieuF,.r.CIT,Parti,Ky.,ayat"Lastyaar I DuiUitiU ? II a etue V Mrs. W.W. Ralston, HopkInivill,K.,iaTa! "I have been laislsg chkkens toracarly f liy years aui Ilouiboa roaltiy Cure Is the mos t xaislssuy iluwJ i Save ever useJ lug Cuuleia sod Cope.. M..d 1 ol chickens lieefrom csp's liiem Bnirbrn lVuhry Core. Wind Liaibctueck, ' fcr Luaiua 1 All Loadlnej Bourbon Romedy Co., te0r.,us.A. Druoolsts. y BOo sd per Bottle. Trial Vial Free. 1 1 The Adltr ia ike WW j I y SlVy T" ,piirr . ' piHtStAWYMB. " SDjdby Swann-Da- J303 8everdba, WMtrlaoM,D.C.I Lbr. Co., ". Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i. j. Qmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmkw Clay City.