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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 16, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911031601_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 16, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rot THE GLAY ten"Y TIMES. $1.00 a Year ia Advance. We are here to help Clay City.jie Snrroondiog Coontry and Ourselves. 1. B- - Bnrgbcr, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY. MARCH Farms Breeders Association. JG, J9I1. NO. JJ THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Hospitals For 'Advanced CaM. By DR. WILLIAM H. WELCIL this progressive diminution In the amount of tuberculosis, but Kocb In Germany and Arthur Ncwshofme. the best vital statistician in English speaking coun- tries, came to tbo conclusion that the factor that has done the most Is what is called Institutional segregation. That means the Isolation of patients with tuberculosis, so for as la possible, in Institutions. That nbould be emphasized today as the central feature of the campaign against tuberculosis, and the great need In this country Is a supply of suitable hospitals for these cases of advanced tuberculosis. Effect of Bad Roads. It la not so easy to say exactly what baa bCcn responsible for Leading farmers of Lee county liavo tormod an association wluc has been incorporated and bought several head of thoroughbred breeding stook and placed in dif ferent parts of the county. This is a progressive step iu the right direction. Good cattle nnd good horses makes the same amouut o farming more profitable and a much greater pleasure. The Times would indeed be glad to see such a movement in Fowel and Estill counties. Doesn't (let Paper. ' Wo are a next-doo- r neigebors to Hardwick and Co. the leading! J kf.MMrM.(o,l.ry m It TwMUt CMa Ftanr S44 in merchants of Stanton have re ti. ceived their Spring goods and spades, picks, hoes and shovels. Bro. Calvin McKnight was born will tell our readers something The roud overseer on the Estill about them in the next issue of 1363 ltow St. October 12, 18J6, departed this Roekfanl, Illinois News. section is with the the Times. life Feb. 14, 1011, age 04 years, association and is "warning in 4 months and 2 days. Was made ANTI-PAIThere Is Only One Lii. SALVE DR. BELL'S his hands for nn attack on a blue SUYHEHiiku B of Stafford Lodge No For Internal and External Pains. This is Dr. Bell's. , It is the clay mudhole which is said to be Good for Nothing but the Eyes 5(12 in the year of 1891. J..M. and can be relied on in the worst of the many bad places oroup, coughs, colds nnd till lung Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day, within his jurisdiction. Mean 'nnd bronchial troubles. Look for a day ot great celebration with while Editor Burgher is staying the bell on the Bottle. right on the job with all the vol tho Irish. uuteers he can muster and a few hired hands. He says it will not & be a turnpike this year, but it will be the best dirt road that Powell county ever saw when the association gets through with t and that, too, with merely nominal expense to the county. We carry a full line of General MerchanMr. Burgher's road motto is 'sixteen feet wide, high in the At the ftore where you can get everything you need dise and are selling the goods to our center with u ditch on each side" for some artiand save hunting all over town s and if his of Pow large trade and they tell us they are ell and Estill counties will back cle not kept by other merchants. lim up properly there will bo a thoroughfare between Clay Oity ud Spout Spring which will be a joy forever to the residents of those towns, And if they do not rally to his support, meeting him You can do the same thing. If you are not and every article is "the quality you may demand and the on tho work and bringing, a hoe, ht ought to write them up collecalready one of our many pleased customtively and individuaUyf'Hi future 188U08 of the Times and toll them ers, come round some day and give u r few unpleasant truths about themselves. Oourior-Jouriiaplace a look through and let us price Shop-herdsville ey Louisville, the biggest city inthe State, but have worse roads than fhe bahkwoods sections of Arkansas. We o.onnot progress along one line and retrograde along others, pn'd roads cheaper Innd ; thtjy make schools a failure ; they djscourage the raising of good stock ; they, encourage the use of rickety old vehicles; they keep down local pride, county pride anil individual pride. They encourage all that should not be done and help keep down all that s1iould--.bdqn'. Bad roads lea(i' tft poverty in this life, and in the next world everybody knows where the bad roads leads. Gentlemen of the Fiscal Court, wo want bettor highways. e John W. Vaughn, of Phoenix Ariz,, one, of tho best citizens that ever left Powell county sends cash to pay for two years subscription to the Times, and makes complaint ofnot receiving the paper regularly. It leaves this oflice promptly every Tluirs day and should reach each sub Bcriber with 'no delay but. it doeB not always do it. The trouble a- rises after leaving Oluy Oity nnd seems to be beyond our control To Fnlarge Store Building. Waldron & Johnson, the enterprising merchants over the river have found the1 store building they occupy too small for their ever increasing business so will build an addition to the store room. This firm has built up a large business which they have uitujtuu uiruugii tueir-- set itself t heftsk,; jubiii courteoiis treatment and fair the road between Clay City and dealings with all customers. Spout Spring nnd its members are lending their services with teams, Calvin HcKnlght. Editor on the Road. Clay City, ia Powell county, is one of the olditime boom towns in Kentucky;f which refused to curl up and die when the boom left it. Wnateyer damage may have been dqfta to the town in tno aays or lucutious values, something of the boom spirit has survived, .and play City is a town of importaicdand has not lost its ambtidh to! grow bigger and more prosperous. Clay Oily has' a. newspaper call od the Times." It is a small pa per, but a good one, and it com pares favorably with other coun try papers of known stability and excellence. Mr. J. E. Burgher, the editor of tlje Times is a "live one". J?or a number of years he has been advocating good roads through the columns of his paper but tho citizens tit Powell coun ty, or a majorityiof them at least, have not been paying much at tention to what he has been say ing. Nevertheless, the seeds of his argnmen'tB'did not all fall on barren soil and Mr. Burgher has made enoughconverts to enable him to organize a good roads as sociation, composed of residents of Clay City and Spout Spring, a village over in Estill county. So far Mr. Burgher's good roads organization is not very strong numerically, but it is made up of tho right sort ofimaterial. It has An Trade In Kentucky. .Every sheet of paper used in the Times print shtip is purchased in Kentucky, and every other article we use both in business and at tho homo is bought in this State if it can be bought there. If every other citizen of the State would do this there would be no disappointment over the next census returns. Too muclove use comes over the riv er which helps to build up some Kentucktans New Factory. Geo. Tomllnson has bought the old handle factory plant in this city and will install some kind of a manufacturing business which he has not yet made public. The new enterprise will work severnl men and has been exempted from municipal taxation for five years. Card of Thanks. We take this method of extend- other man's state. ing our sim-eres-t thanks to those A Smooth Skin Bluck Heuds, L'hups, Piraplet, Sores nnd all unhealthy conditions of the skin are nnsiehtly and detract from tho looks. Buy a box of Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salvo, a A Cold Night. creamy, snow whit ointment, npply Last night was one of the cold nsdirei-t)nnd our ekin will be est of the winter the thermome as elear as a bube's. At all dealers ter standing at sunrise at 14 above in medicines. Streets Ditched. Most of our streets that have so badly been needing ditching have been so improved this Spring, thus making them more sightly in appearance and better by far from point of health, and travel iu wet times. Mnyor Loving and the efficient city Council are out, to do things and make the people feel like they are getting the worth of their money in vested in city tax. who so tenderly ministered to tho wants of our dear companion nnd mother during her recent illness and death, and mny they ever be so kindly comforted when such a sad loss in net fall upon tliem Paul Tipton und Family. Many pe iches, plums and pears were bloomed and these are undoubtedly killed. The apple buds were probably not so swol len as to endanger this standerd fruit. Owing to it being so dry if no further hard freezing occurs the early fruit may not all yet be killed. I zero. gXBk SEEDS SPECtat. arria TOR ffl CFIMTR onr . Fretk, Rillable, Purt Qoirtnlesd to Plus Evir7 Grdier iml Planter ihoulii lnt tlia Northern Grown Sctda. wo will tend iKMtpald r- - rrlmn tun E mi N mmmmmmmmmmmmffism ft WALDRON JOHNSON, Why Not Trade Our Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County Waltersville, Ky. fellow-citizen- I Saving Money. Price is Always Right. Give us your trade this year and see how easy satisfactory, it will be to both of us. aid l. y floods delivered free to all parts of the city. Don't forget the place. I C. SHIMFESSEL. Y, J. vw iioEceu. oi uiay CityHirrlvcd here Saturday afternoon and u- par previous announce-tnjfUPreached .Sunday, morning mid night at the Presbyterian cljiirch, on both, -- occasions being greeted with large and interested congregations. It was only his second visit among us, but he the people Beams to baveauturcd by his easy, gentle manners, with the result (hat bij turn out to hear him. He preaches here every first Sunday, Haiel Green Her )t you some of our goods. They will open your eyes to an opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise nnd if you live In Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" ald. we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices The derided mountain counbelow mentioned : ties of Kentucky which for yeais TJje Times anil has had fun poked at them', are Courier-Journ1.00 now Hieing envied by our more " Cincinnati rJnquirer 1.10 90 favored Bluegrass region because " Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 of their growth in population 1:00 and wealth to far surpass that " It land Farmer " American Farmer 90 section. Hundreds of our best al President Tnft who .is Commander-in-Chief of the National has ordered more than 20, Army 000 soldiers to tho Mexican bor.rUULlSlIEU KVKUY T1IUK8UAY. der lino for the aVowed purpose Subscription rates $1 a year or three of preventing nn invasion of Mexico bv rtnv foreign counrrv mid yearn in nrlvnncc 82. :. .. ..... r w--' - ....... ... J . .1 . . J .:. fiWUVI'.rt J J. lit Burgher, Publisher. ute to protect American interests. mnil matter. What are American interests in Entered as second-clns- s Mexico?' Why tho Sfandurd'Oil - Mur. 10, 1011. Company, some of'the railroads Thursday, and. other tvirst inrerests. Just , CLUB RATES. like Taft. He is u big man 'and For thti convenience of our must protect big men's interests. THE TIMES. WhaVdqeXa?1atfprm amount, for Iepubffcati'oflice seekers. Thoy only need one" to run on, they can't stand on one that will elect tlfc.ni,. 'Sucj?er.s. are scarcer now than thpyfiusj$l to be,. to" LOOK For HERE. ; I WW W . . W i "WoihI't vv'ttiijA'Mnfl Ai crl can Republic TaftMscxpCcting 1x1 invade Mexico that he must have the soldiers rightfhn'tho spot? Texas Rougli'Riders will sent the Colonel' with a $500 dle and just. ; wlien unhorsed too. ho" presad- has been i), Ladies' Cloaks, Ski rt&arid Silk Petticoats come to We have t Most men will helyou pull up a stake if you will givo them both ends of I ho rope. - our store and we .will do our best to please you,,, both in Price and Quality. and will not carry them over. terest to see our line and get our j i. " Southern Agriculturist 75 Senator Root, of New York, a "trust tool" had to dig up the "race question" in discussing f hf proposed amendment of the for the election of U. f. Senators by the people, instead of by State Legislatures where corruption has become so prevn lent the candidate with thebi-.geCon-Ktitutio- si ''barrel" usually cetting the Senatorship if it is a Republican legislature. Root cannot point but a single southern state in which a millionaire has ever boUp!.! a bu..i.i.jr?hip, such n Mark Ilannii did, and Qugjren-heiof Colorado did, and such as Lorimer's friends recently did in Illinois not to mention many Qthers. No, Senator Root, vou ho pay 825,00 per year for rent (lone of your palatial home, who Qinde millions out of corporations as an attorney and whose interest you still serve intlie Senate no, you cannot scare the North Or South with your "hnir-bearfor the North1 has suffered most from the present system of elect-nisenators, and is more eager for reform, whichis bound to come. The present system is in"j Deafness Canuot be Cured by local. applications,, as they cannot reach the diseused portion of the ear. There is only, one way, to people have early moved to the cure deafness, and thnt is by conDeafness the writer stitutional remedies. Bluegrass ever by an inflamed condition of can remember, had this not been the case what for a showing the mucous lining of tho Eustachwould thes-- rniinlies have made? ian Tube. When this fube is inflamed you liave'a rumbling sound Have you or vmir neighbors Or imperfect hearing, and when it any interests to protect iu Mexi- in entirely cloeed, Deafness is the co? A Pli i Iml el ill in n a few years result, and uhlesn'the inflammation us to take $10 (HI i'dii be taken out and this" tube reago tried to stored to its normal condition, stoek iu a ruOnT ion. possibly a Hu iiieler or too tried to liearinir will bu destroyed" forever; get us into u cot" met to muk nine chwb out of ten are caused by growing hn!in s on a slick I'utiirrh, which is nothing but an rieh scheme project. They also ojily inihiiiied condition of the mucous wanted $10.00 apiece. We did- Mirfaces. n't bite, consequent Iv we have We will give'!6no Hundred Dolno interest to protect. lars for any case of Deafness" (caus ed oy catarrh) that cannot be cured. Much ado - being made by Send for by Hall's Catarrh. Cure. 6ome of the Deniocrntio papers of circulars free. the State about a party platform F. J Cluney & Co., Toledo, O. for the candidates to stand' on Sold by Druggists, 75c e the goods It's tc your in-- ; Very Low Prices before buying elsewhere. Gome early and. get' :' pick and choice as such goods at such prices' r cannot last long. Mrs. J.'W. Williams: MILLS FLOUR; All when they are notni mted. The Take Hall'b Family Pills for conother 6idu, they say will have the stipation. best of us on this because they t n III IIUHIU I HI. II III v1' g vention and build a plattorm for) Vvby. nnrj them to Ktand upon i.vi... :i!tnt- - :.. .i...- i iiue .i.- -t i in: i iiv in nituiiitu partiesrecords in ollice? Judge O'Rear seems to lead all other candidates for Republi can gubernatorial honors. Judge O'Rear with another prohibition plank in his platform like Will-so- n - had will catch many good votes, while the other fellows will be held by a wink of the eye as was done before. But some people get tired of being fooled. Senator Bradlev says he is for Lieutenant Governor Cox for the Republican domination for Gov-- " emor of Kentucky this time. Wd are too for Cox or anv other Rei. publican .they may put up being ilaxed by Jim McCreary or some other good Democrat this fall by 25,000 majority. oariKillganu Bustnesg has always been the great leader of nations in our civilization march. Busine8Rn ir- -k PROUD OF HER CAKES, Bread .nd pies tin woman is who liax iii.nle them from Hope MiM-S- ' flour. Suceess Jn hreml or cake link in" is always "lire to follow' when you use hit'li :rade and satisfactory Hour, sold everywhere., tolerable. On the first pupe of this issue we reproduce an editorial from which is the Courier-Journal Banking service safety treatment gard of with cprabin-in- g progres-siveness, highly appreciated by the editor and which should be appreciated by the people of Clay City for what it says of the city. The Gourier-Journa- l is not only the leading paper of our State but it is one of nation-wid- e reputation, then why not tuch recognition from such a Journal May the rebe appreciated? nowned editor of tho Courier-Journlive many more years to further grace ourgseat Commonwealth for his fearless stand far-famal plus, i courteous re- u and a due our -- Mr'd oy o. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, jgg for the always acconimoda-tio- .customers, lias been on our this steady aim, and platform invite of service we . your THE considera-tion- Not Simply lawlessness and for tho general uplift of our resourceful State. Yellow Journalism is ever a stranger iu tho Courier-Journa- l office. The Times county authorities' taking action against those who have their fences set on tho couuty roads. The road in every place is thirty feet wido and where it is not now this wide it 1ms at somo time been fenced by tho laud owner of one or the other sides and they should bo compelled to set back their fences. County Attorney Phil-liTit1, bringiug suit against Ui A Democratic exchange say b. two men in the Democratic party of this state will by their actions' cause it to gp Republican this, fall. If two men it to go the wrong way it is no Democratic party. Democracy doesn't is glad to 6ee the work that way.' can-caus- Clay City National Bank, Clay City, Ky. -- I. fc. tlm nf war xwhm von'are be- - In the MARATHON you cot all this. 10 th,nk 0f th0 C" ,0U lUtpd BntdohHadceptdormerestsUmont. For Uemmbr. when jdu bar, that tho aoeo- lute limit or" dollar lor dollar ntmaja We bmT0 B calalogno which describe, in reached iu Mm o.iiua detail, the weaan oi mecnanicaj excellence, you par more, jour returnire not In pro- - flnkn'anddopendableuUlltythatcUaracter. in nnr lnTMtmnt. lie the MAHATIiON. Whim na ha v. buv not llmrlv a car,' but car service, flay correct deaiirn, accur- - And lt'i yours tor the asking, ate constrncUon and good material. Uuy Won't you sound motor car value. MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring a Car but Car Service tt.8 Hi ...... Car. Standard Touring Car and Roadster, and Torpedo Koadater. Prices from S1.500 to 91.700. If a caso could be made out of every falsehood that will bo sworn at Stanton Circuit court next week the docket for tho June term would be more than twice as large as it will be otherwise. The Olay City Times has late, ly been Hying, some of the boys 3T- 7T SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tenn.J We Ask You to take Cardul. ier .your female troubles, beciuea wa aro sure It will help you. Remember that this great female remedy FRUIT and SHADE TREES. BTK4W1IKRHY PLANTS. ii uio luutl owneih to compel them to set back their fences and givo 250 font road, is boing commended by all lovers of good roads.- lie will indup timobring Mich 8u its against" ovory other laud owner in tho county who is so intruding on, tho county's - auatJorget, highways. 111" and got it to rise without any trouble And we midit say it !! has brought relief Ki thbusimd of was after tho due was ott. vm nqt to other slclf .women you? For headjcfijMckache, It takes n man with tho dough periodical palnsj ;fe'mla weakness, many have sftfdjt te "the to attend a swell affair but he Try It! I best medicine to takV his JLfcftt dough has tho right brand of so Soia infojU'CIty da in it. -- I A lilt jigjy ill i k s sU4 CHECIAL OFFKR: A trial will W IU 1UUm. Asparagus, barb, "ute. Black berries, Write for free cutaloauo. We haVe no agents, . II Write 1 to-4- y; Mention Hits Paper. m UNTM MVUKU UD uvi Hl" "' 't,f.;,,'V1T 1 r. nilienmeyer & ' x Sonjst 'i LEXISSrOV, " KY. i JMfl1fllITlrnrfllr"' THE TIMES. AN ALL HOMK'MADB PAFKR. THURSDAY, Mar. 10, 101.1. UltEVITJES.. For Rent Good residency in the eastern portion of the city. Apply ut thia ofllce. Mr.' and Mrs. Dillnrd Estes, of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives near the city this week. Mrs. R. A. Irvin who litis been visiting friends nt Shelbyville for several weeks has returned home. . Xlio Ladies prayer meeting ser-vice- s will be held in the home of Mrs. Sam Oarr next Tuesday For Sale Desirable residence with two acres of land in central portion of the city. Apply at this oHice. See advertisement of a Montgomery county farm sale and renting on the last page of this issue. For Croup Dr. Unit's Pine-Tar-Hon- is the Do not ex- "best known remedy. Pine-To-Hone- perimented the genuine Dr. Bell's Wo believe fn every one directly arid indirectly benefitted by Circuit Court will convene at. Stanton next Monday. Meet u.; good roads in helping to build there and renew your subscrip- them but if this cannot be done tion. If you are not a subscrib- now why not j hose pernios who er meet us there and subscribe must use them get together and .' tint, thorn riiThl. in rhia month in i :. puEaub'a coiiditlea? it will 200,000 Tubes pay them big to do so. Of Sutherland's JSugle Eye Salvo were sold In 1908 and not one word Western Winds. of complaint, though every tube If you think you want to move was sold under a positive guaranWest where the wind is almost tee It is good for nothing but the all the time blowing you must e) es. Ask your Dsuggist. certainly have enjoyed yesterday. Though somo say yesterRepublican Conventions. day's wind id milJ compared Tho Third Railroad Dut.ict Committee met at Mt. Sterling with" the Western product. and called a convention to meet fJranulrtcd Eye Lids at Paris May 8rd, to select a Do not need to be cauterized or for Raslroad Commissionscarified by a physician. Sutherer. County conventions will be land's Eagle Eye Salve is guaranheld. at various county seats teed to cure them without pain. 20th. It is harmless and- a sure cure for granulated 'ids. 25c tubes at all Has Millions of Friends. How would you like to number dealers. your friends by tho millions its Espouses Cause of Good Roads. BuckloD's Arnica Salvo does? Its The Irvine Herald has specialastounding cures in the pat forty ly espoused the cause of good years made them. It the Lest roads for Estill county. In this Salve in the world for sores, ulcers, cause every citizen of the county ci'zemi, burns, boil.", scalds, cute. should There is but cor.ns, sore eyes, sprains, swelling?, one salvation for Powell and Es bruises, cold Pnre. Max no equal till counties that we can so far Lum for piles. Hoc. at Swann-Da- y see and that is scientific farminir ber Co.' stove. n ud good roads. Good roads can-didat- The ''big head" is a common ailment among really common people. Everyone Should Help. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the best of oil medicines for the cure of diseases, disorder! and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is he J only preparation of iti kind devised by a regularly graduated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in It It la a safe medicine In any condition of the system. THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol t r?s:es fcr cuch .'JLhasiXU. nTHE ONE REMEDY to iood that its makers re not afraid to print it erery ingredient on each outside bottle -- wrapper and attest to the truthfulness of the same under oath. rl y n,e'c'no dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't It can fet it. Don't take substitute of unknown composition for thia medicioe op known composition. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man St not to bo trusted. He it trifling with your most priceless possession your health maybe your life itself. See that you fet what you otk for. s cr;v e We have the largest and moft plete line com- A-pr- il of - STOVES 1 e foun ! ,.i Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters me of cookihg heating stoves. and Death of Mrs. Paul Tipton. W. E. Heflin, of Olark county, Mrs. Paul Tipion died was here last week and bought home near this citv Saturday lumber to build a .new house on night of coiisu::iptiii , Burial his place. Monday near the Old Furna e'. She is survived by several chiU Robert Olark, representing Allan and Murphy, of Winchester, dren besides her husband who was 'in the city Friday on a busi- have the sympathy of a large circle of friends. ness- mission. at-the- would be easy if all citizens would join together and work to that end. Modern scientific farming-is possible for any farmer Come in and give us a look. " The Colds That Hang on Are readily curde by Dr. Bell's cold and stops the cough. is onlyjne genuine. s Miss Oarrio Belle McPherson, Attacks School Principal. A severe attack on shhool prin-cinaClias. B. Allen, of Svlvania. Ga., is thus told by him. "For There more thsn threr yearn," he writes, l. of Winchester, ib the guest of Miss Graca Shimfessel and other friends in the city. S. D. Rose, city tax collector, has collected more city tax than has been collected in the same length of time before in five years. Gives Prompt Relief William H. Douglas, Jr., of Washington; D. (J., I take great pleasure in informing you I have used Dr. Bell's and it gave rue almost intunc relief. "I suffered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All lemedies failed till I used Electric Bitters, hut four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me comSuch results are completely." mon. Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, biliousness, and for new health anu vigor. Try them. Onlv 50c at Swann-DaLumber Company's store y A Fierce Night Alarm is the hoarse, sttirtlnii: cuugh of a child, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewis I 'haniblin, of Manchester, 0., R. R. No. 2 for their four children w ere greitly subject in crnnn "'Sometimes in severe attacks," he wrote "we were afraid they would die, but since we proved wnat a certain remedy Dr. King's New" Discovery in, we We rely on it for have no fear. croup nnd lor coughs, colds or any So do throat or lung tro.ible." thousands of others. So may you. Abthmn, Hay" Fever, La Grope, Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages tly Trial before It. 50c and 81.00. bottle free. Sold by Swann-Da- y Lumber Co. Grubbs & Benton, ( 7 Cor. Main and Broadway, c ) Winchester. - Kv. Clearance Sale AM Good for all Skin Diseases. The old saying: "Two things we have to dons to die and pty our taxes" can now with propri-et- y bo applied to Olay Oity town taxes too. Deputy Sheriff J. M. Welch has been a very busy man the past several days getting the boys summoned to appear before Circuit court. , Dr. Bell's is dangerous. Anti-Pain Anti-Pai- n A sudden attack of Cholera Morbus Keep Dr. Hell's at hand, a dose relieve old log residence just across the K. OAPITAI. STOCK. sioo.ooo g street from the Central Hotel g and it will be made on the inside p DIVIDED PROFITS. 100,000 a dwelling fit for a king to reside g in, though the old log wall will be still left for the exterior finish to serve fttr years yet to come op WisrojiaTBii, Kv. as a relic of the pioneer settlers days. The logs are apparently SJ N.Horjw Wjthbiispoon-- Pubs. rot as sound as they were fifty or W. It. SPUAn, Oasiiiuk. j more years ago. When the house jj is completed it will bo occupied j; YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED H by Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McQuire. 8URW-U8ANUU& J. Improving: Old Residence. B. Eaton is improving the of our Fall & Winter poods are goini; nt Reduced prices. Fall & Winter Milliner' Goods, Dry Goods, Notions Winchester Bank. Men's and Hoys' (Jlothinq, Shoes, Hate.'Shirts, Underwear, Overshoes, Itnincoats and Work CoatB, Sewing Machine. Cook Stovi-c, Etc. It will pay you who are interested in 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 attention to almost instantly. It also Diarrhoea, Cramps, Flux and all notes, accounts, or in any other Bowel Complaints. capacity whatever are hereby no Judge Watts Parker died sud- titled to present same to me for payWatchmaker .nrf f denly in Lexington Monday ment within the next thirty days jewcier. as I want to settle up everything morning. Ho was serving his said claims are not prefourth term as Circuit Judge of at once. If sented within Baid limit of time all Fayette county. persons are hereby warned that Kills a Murderer. any claims later appearing are All Kinds ot Watch and Clock 1 mtMUh l . A rnwUse frrtr to i nOlUUKI' Oil .i'llutt IVHICV eltU tinrtfer 's Apnrn .lioiiib v. uit niuitj victims, Itut Dr. gel aiy allaitb all wirau I up us I Reasonable Terms. SAI ISFAC- I Line of HON GUARANTEED. King's New Life Pills kill it by learn some persons aro claiming am indebted to them by note and f prevention. They gently htimuhto in othejr ways which is not true. Jewelry & Spectacles dtouiach, liver and bowels, prevent- Clay City, Ky.t Feb. 16th, 1911. ...... i CaM and ee me hi the Red ii..., ,N, Mcintosh. River Hotel BiilMiar, pendicitis, curing Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Chills, 25o clay city, - Kentucky. Dr. Bell's at Swann? Dt,'y Lumber Co. 's atoYe. Coughs and Oeklt. . S . Notice to Creditors. Any and all persons hnldina cures claims atzainst the undersigned by the following lines which on account of being the moft on will give the greatest cuts in prices on. f J.P.flAUPPIN, i ... I Millinery Goods, Men's and Boys' olothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Overshoes in Arctics and Rubbers. Women's Shoes, Wool and Cotton Dress Goods, Wool Pnffnn "Dor! pi onVofo P!nrV Rtrwoo pnrl n-n- and Sewing Machines. .1 - Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Pin-Tar-Ho- ny Fr may want to put in a day's work but think they may get loneThe Clay City and SpoutSpring Good Roads Association is mak- some working by themselves. ing somo headway in improving . T. S. McKinney and Geo. W. their road. .The fill on Plum Pasley, overseers, are doing all it creek hill which will eliminate seems possible lo do to improve the steepest part of the hill and other portions of this road. The muke it a good easy pull is about question is now being asked whut completed. Every one about that portion of the road f speaks of the good work with tho between the biidge and tho ford greatest of praise. This work if at Clay City. That will, we are done by the county would have most sure, be well cared for soon cost no less than $!K)0 besides the as practical. Mr. P. D. Todd, pike which will bo built on the the overseer 011 this road has Gil, but as it is, it will not cost done more for the improvement the county one cent, and those of roads about Clay City than doing the work will feel amply any other one man. lie and Mr. ropnid for their trouble. Curtis Bowman it was that did such a good job on the road be GOOD KOADS ASSOCIATION NOTKS. the bidge and l'owull's Klder Geo. W. Mcintosh still tweeiv. Valley church and now that a insists on whatever we do doing pike is all that can properly fix it right before we quit. the hill this side of the old ferry T. S. McKinney, overseer of bridge we are sure Mr. Todd will the Estill section has fixed the give us this much needed ini worst mud hole on his road. Plenty of rock is provei'ient. Some of those who taavel it right on ground and you need not most have not yet shown up to fear, it will be put on the hill work but we think they will Other sections of the road will be looked after as fast as they later. can begotten to. We renew our Overseer Geo. W. I'asley is a first class road will putting Phillips hill in the best statement, bo made between Clay City and condition it was ever known to Spout Spring You this year. , be before. need not forget it. Many who promised to help Our motto tor road bed: We have not yet shown up. Sixteen feet wide, know you are just too busy at High in the center, this time and intend to come A ditch on each side, later. No mud holes in the winter Merchant Geo. S. Ware has When we pay sixteen feet wide never yet failed to send his team we don't mean that the farmers every day any work was being fence may be within 8 feet of the done on the road. If you don't center of the road no not at all. trade some with him The law provides for a thirty he ashamed for not doing so. foot road and we want it that The dirt, taken from a ditch on wide, 15 feet, from the center af (the roadside is usually thrown road on each side. f'just on the bank of the ditch so the water which fulls on the road must stay in the middle of the ke mud. And etill road PUBLIC SALE" many people will wonder at the AND RENTINQ OP road getting muddy when euch u Montgomery Co. Farm, good ditch is on the sides. Making Hood Roads. -one-halyou-shoul- It came in as a lamb but OE. Ground hog winter ends today, is milk- ing good going out as a lion. RKI'OKT OP THE CONDITION $5.00 Recipe Cures. Sick People-FRE- E ThE Clay City National Bank At Oliiy Olty in the stnto of Kentucky, nt the close of businefcs Mcli, 7th, 11)11. Recipe of Wonderful New Medical DiscDvery SENT FREE. I will send h copy of this wonderful hew prescription, free of charge, in a plain ordinary sealed enve!ore to any one who wilt write me for it. Just send me your name and aitdres" at once and you will receive the recipe by return mail, charges' paid. I will also send you free of charge my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. I think it is my duy; to help suffering humanity to this extent, and hope you will lie one of the thousands who are being cured dailv by this wonderful tllxeovery. Sit down toilav and write me, as win inav not see this otfer ngutn. I know my treatment is a safe an'd sure cure for Rheumatism, Dia- RESOURCES. 208 03 secured U.S.lionds to secure circul'n 25,000 00 250 00 rremlums on 17. 8. Bonds OB llondg, securltlea.eto Bnnkine-hous- e. furniture nnd 3.500 00 fixtures 025 00 Othorenl estate ovned Due from Nut'l Banks (not 112 55 reserve aaents) Duo from approved roservo .' ngents 27,355 82 570 CO Notes of other Nnt'l banks. Fractional paper currency, 02 f 9 nickels, and cents Lawful Money Keskrve in Bank, vizi Specie .75,407 35 6,407 85 Redemption fund with U. S. 38.-11- Lonn.e nnd discounts M..S . .... f v ujkut an?, ncuuxeu miu un1 $48,1-1- 67 betes, Drop), Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipation, Indigestion, Head-nch- e, Dizziness, Kidney and Madder Troubles, Heart Diaense, Impure Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all Uric Acic' Diseases. Dr. D. J. WALSH, -- Box 2094 Boston, Mas. Trens'r(5?oofcirTn) Total 1,25000 fill, 605 0 LIABILITIES. Capital stojkpuid in , $25,000 00 Undivided profits less expenses nnd tnxes paid 2,580 3 Nnt'l bank notes outstanding 25,000 00 Due to other Nnt'l Btmks,... l,60"i 27 Due to State and Private. . Go 52 Banks nnd Bankers Individual deposits subject to check 87,275 81 Total $111,505 04 Woman's Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age. Jut women, wno regularly endure pam, age rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them. "Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. It should not be neglected. Avoid the pain treat yourself at home by taking (Jardui, as thousands 01 other women have done. Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial. d nnmed luink, do soleniiily swenr is true to tie best ol my knowledRO and belief. A. T. Wliitt, Cnsliier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before ine this 10th dny of March 1011. T. J. Fletcher, Judge Clay City 1'olice Court. Cobiieot Attest:. . Frank B,; KussMl, ) Chas Scott." Directors. ) James BMlall, Statu of Kentucky, ! . Coontv op Powrll, ( I, A. T. "Whltt Cnshier, of the uisr ilk' ai'fve tntenipnt CARDUI It Will Help You "I JSC Mrs. Katie Burlison, Goreville, 111., tried Cardui and writes: suffered with female troubles, and was so sick 1 could not stand on my feet, Finally I began to take Cardui, and soon began to mend. Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before." Try, it. i NOTICE, ami-ma- NEAR CAHAROO. Dirt roads can be made better. There is not a piece of this road where it wa,s propeily ditched and made high in the center last summer that is .1 bit muddy. It will, get soft and sloppy during rainy spells and freezes, but is dry with a warm day's sun. The dangerous mud holes on this road are where the road is the only ditch near the mud hole. We can't work. The undersigned will, 011 4 MONDAY, APR I h 17, 1011, being County Court duy, nt tho court houee door, Mt. Sterling, Ky, beginning ut about 11 o'cloolc a. m.' offer afpublic sale the tract of 203.00 acres of land lyii.g in Mont goniery county, Ky., mar Cmnurgo adjoining the lauds of J. S. Bogie, Congleton and o there; being tho same tract of land conveyed by J. expect good roads from bad S. Uogio to Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks by deed recorded in the office of the clerk of the Montgomery County Com t. Have arranged for a puss-waAll this land is in grass except ten acres. If not .gold, the farm will be rented-the- n and there to tho highest" bidder. Tini's made known on day of y You who live on this road, and you who do not live directly on the mail, but use .it all the time, do you want to help and get proper credit for this advance movement? If so, send your name and obligation to this and toll us when to call on you for help. Some members sale. of the club are always ready and Mrs. PEARL CRAM, will help anyone any time they un Executrix of Mrs. Lizzie Brooke. ' FACTORY PROFIT-SHARIN- PIANO .CLUB. FACTORY 4 kSave ull selling expense as well u Join My Piano Oub. Club Prloe. jobber', BUUBBCtlUU I IflSll B Rotall Price. S02B.OO S4BO.OO -3 I $248. OO $870.00 $282.00 you a membei Makes fig A WEEK sends a piano to your nfinniii1 Keeps up your duosl homo and saves you the and In case of death I middlemen's profit. elves you receipt ' Jn full for your Rend i.i tho umipon Terms lHtha today. iir-MP''' $222. BO Jack Sprajt's Platter. luek Spratt would eat no fat His wife wonliLeat no lean, So betwixt them'botb They ate one goat, And licked the platter clean. And ppeakingof platters reminds us that a great many families wou'm like to have a new platter to decorate tho table with, and we are going, to tell them how to get it. The American Parmer, published at Indianapolis, is giving away a beautiful Violet DinnorSet free, including a Jack Spratt Platter-wh- ile they laht to a certain number of our readers. This Violet Dinner Set-iof fin6 grade, lighl. in vyelglit, Very tough and durable. lt is snowy white in color and hits a genuine china glaze, giving the tfet a smooth and velvety appearance. The shapes are latest Uaviland design , with deep, scalloped edges, handsomely ornamented with ecrool work. Elach piece 1h decorated with a beautiful cluster of violets, with flowers and irten leaves i n iiatural colois. Each piece atgo 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 perfectly, made, very handsome in design and finish. It! will be a beautiful surprise when you see it. Any reader of this piper who t stamps or ten sends 5 etnts silver to the American Farmer for three months' subscription o ;ati learn hovr to get this Violet Dinner Set free. Address American Farmer, Indianaps -- AT ALL DRUG STORES SbpTORY East-Roun- OF L. & E. TltfE TflBLE. West-Bouh- d No. 2 Daily. P. M. No 4, Daily. A. M. No. 1, Stations. Daily Ex. Sun. A. M. No. 3, Daily. No. 6. Sunday OnlV." 2:2" .3:t'o 3:20 3 :IU 7:35 8:13 8:2fi 8:42 0 :02 Lexington, Vinehester, L. & E. Junction, 8:50 3 :.)8 4 4 4:30 4 :3J :U :5 9:10 0:22 i) 0:lo :43 y :38 l):o(J 4:47 5:10 0 :0o 10:17 11:15 1 1 Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Cumpton Jnnotlnn, " Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jot, O. & K. Junction, Quicksand, 0:55 9:12 9:00 8:45 8:25 8:15 8:00 8:03 7:48 7:45 7:30 7:07 0:16 P. M. 0:05 5:20 5:07 4:53 4:35v 4:26 4:20 4:14 3:57 13:55 :41 A. M. 10:25 9:40 ' 9:84 9:20 0:02 8:64 8:48 . 8:42 8:28 H:2C 3:20 8:15 7:54 7 :t)5 6:10 :20x Jackson, 0:10 2:25 2:20 semi-bord- 11:40 1:50 7:00 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Duily Except Sunday. Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with th' C. & O. RailL. & E. Junction: way for Mt. St'irllng, Ky. Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun Canipton Junction: tain Central loulway tir passengers to and from Lamptcyi, Ky Nos. 2 will connect, with the L. & A. Rail- Beattyville Junction: way for Beattyville, Ky. Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with tho O. b K. Rail O. dVK. Junction: way for Gunnel City, Ky. and way sta one. 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