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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 23, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911032301_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 23, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE 81.00 a Year in Advanw. .L A Y Wc CIT Y TIMES. i .1. 1'. in here to help Clay City, the Sirroiuiing Country and Ourselves. Uurgher, I'liMi'shcr. VOL. XVI. GOOD ROADS BILL. Extracts from the Proposed Bill as In dorsed by Good Roads fleeting. CLAY CITY, KY,. THURSDAY, MARCH 23. H. NO. J" There shall be a tax levy, not to exceed five cents on the $100 of the assessable property of Kentucky for the purpose of aiding the several counties in the building of metal roads. No county shall receive State aid for the building of metal roads in the said county until the Fiscal Court of said county shall make application for same to the Highway Commissioner. That the State shall pay not less than one'third nor more than one half in the discretion of the Commission for the cost of construction of said metal highways and the county shall pay the remainder. No countv, under this Act, shall be entitled in any one year to over two per cent, fo the total amount collected in the State for the road purposes in this Act. No county shall receive, the benefit of State aid in the build irig of metal highways unless said county has first levied and provided for a county tax for the maintenance of roads in the county, and that each Fiscal Court in the State of Kentucky shall have the right to make a levy of not exceed inr forty cents on the $100 forjthe.niHuitenance.o'f theiloa,dj of the several counties. That the State Highway draw his warrant on the State Treasurer in the disbursement of this fund, and the same shall be paid by the State Treasurer to the County Treasurer of the counties, and in counties where there is no County Treasurer, to a person appointed by the Fiscal Court to receive the same. The person en designated shall be required t give bond, fixed and approved by conflict with this jaw are. hereby the County Judge, double the repealed. j he receives. Vote for no candidate for The duty of the State Highway Representative or Senator who Commissioner shall be to provide will not support this measure. plans and specifications for the Shooting In Court Room; building of metal'roads in KenJust as J iid go bpnton had adtucky where State aid isgranted. Ho shall provide a form of appli- journed court forjthe noon hour cation for Statq-- f aid, which he at Stanton Monday a pistol shot shall furnish upon application to rang out and Eld. N. Mcintosh to the various Fiscal Courts of fell to the floor with abullit hole the counties. In the specilica-tio- in his head. The! shot was fired of roads he shall establish by Berry Barney, who 'is his The men had the grade, and he shall have ad- brother-in-law- . some trouble son etime last fall visory power in regard to the maintenance of roads in the va- over some prope ty in this city rious counties of the Common- and the shooting, s the result of wealth. He shall keep a record this trouble; The wound proved in his ollice of all applications to be only a scalp wound and for State Aid, and he shall also Elder Mcintosh was brought to keep a ret'ord of all roads built his home in this city on the afand the cost of same, under the ternoon train. It is thought he provisions of this Act. It shall will recover unless the shock his advanced be the duty of the Highway Com- proves too greut-fo- r 87 years, i missioner to inspect all roads age of Baruett was arrested and hurbuilt under this Act, and approve the same before the State ried to jail but was released in aid money for the construction is l he afternoon on $500 bail to appaid. The State Commissioner pear again the ijiext day which shall give a bond, the amount he did when lie was held over to and character of same to be fix- the next term pf Circuit Court ed and approved by the Govern- under $1,000 bail when it is thought Molntosli will be able to or of Kentucky. State Highway Commissioner, appear against him. Mcintosh who shall be a civil engineer, to had been indicted for shooting at ? be appointed lv for Baruett some 'months ago and wita term of four years subject to Burnett was. thpre as a ness against Mcintosh whose trial removal for cainte by the same power;whieh appoints him. His whs to comejup.'ut this term of n For Lieutenant (lovernor. T. G. Stuart, of Winchester, has announced as n candidate fori THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Valu of Early Diagnosis. f INCH. I J J Lieutenant Governor before Hie Democratic primary. He is given a rousing send oil by his home people. Such indorsement by home folks as he receives means that he is O. K. Being from a neighbor county the Democrat of Powell should give his candidacy serious consideration. Dy Dr. CHARLES U DEATHS. W. F. Patton died at the home O. W. Easter, of his at Waltersville, Thursday, March son-in-la- j lingering illness with, dfopsy, aged about 03 years. Burial Sunday at Yirden. Millard Mcintosh died at his home in this city Monday morn ing, l lie remains were laKen to the Winhurii graveyard Tuesday for burial. Deleaves a wife and seven children. 1(1 -- after a In any given case of tubercu-- i losla n sensible doctor can usni,, ally tell you whether there any chance of getting woll. .but,. It Is worth remembering tnai quite a number of very bad and apparently hopeless cases do at times recover when It seemed impossible for them to do so.. Thai, however bad the outlook),, It Is sensible not to give up hope, but to start right In to make the, bravest fight you can. In any case your chance of get; . ting well depends largely on the earllness of .tho discovery of the trouble and the grit and th courage of the patient, and in bravo and determined patrnt with bad trouble often stands a better ehance of recovery than o silly, weak willed one with much less trouble. bt i t I i but-- f lifivi you clover i hiti- tiled Mat - Fruit Not Injured Yet. The fruit which was thought to have been seriously injured last week or at least that part of il that had bloomed out is not all killed yet and thus so far the fruit prospects for this county t. ; ti I n- an. 1 yemt it. lie piiiucsC laiul noil, ' ii p.iv - mi . i n up ueiv n L.is Keui in. here weli..vo i il .leiii inoic jicnir laud limn i.s . .icit- a iev in u crop o.? reiiovsiier. I'nr Med, Mi. 1 i , e rich You u t iiuve io sow it are bright. New Uoods Received. once cither. A bmooth bkin ( That ever progressive firm, hii Hardwick and Co., have received So their new goods ana are ready k o' customers with lleliilr. ii Imp:-- , L'impi eS CollUlllUllg lie-tin- e- llllU all ullllfiUiiV t'rti . skin an. unsightly and it. - ihiv h box of' A :. j Both' men are peaceable' and tItGVsifcd8-i- i of Highways shall have the tuny, sno- ulna ointment, apply right to appoint two assistants at quiet citizens audit is deplorable at popular prices a iM.i:td mid our ckin will bo1 that they should he so enraged as a salary of ..?.. Married, .March 10, 1911 ut the - i . at. .i biihe'n. Aial! dealers violence-onupon the In the event that the applica- to attempt other as they have been wrought residence of Mrs. Alivia Will in ir. iliciues. tion ftir State aid exceeds the iams, near this city Miss Ethe collected by the tax, and up to do. Williams to Mr. June Walters, DR. BELL 2 ANTI-PAI- N as restricted by previous sections Toft Explains. For Internal and External Pains. Jr. Eld. A. Easter oflici iliug. of this Act, then the State HighPresidentTaft has explained his way Commissioner shall equalize reason fort he sudden mobilization the funds between the counties of United States troops along the applying. Mexican border. He declared con All Acts or parts of Acts in ditions in Mexico up to a week a go, were apparently in a hopeless state of chaos, and that Americans and American interests were He stated, however, menaced. that since the ordering of the sol diers to Texas the situation has improved, and that it is not like lv the men will see any real ac and tion. We curry a full line of Gi m-- d need At the slore where you can get everything you Circuit Court Convenes. are selling the goods to our large trade Circuit Court convened at Stanand save hunting all over town for some arti- ton Monday with Judge Benton und they tell us thev are cle not kept by other merchants. presiding and Commonwealth's Attorney B. A. Orutcher and County Attorney M. A. Phillips prosecuting. The business of the court is being dispensed with in the usual ready manner. J. B. White, of Irvine, is a visiting atand every article is the quality you may demand and the torney in attendance. If jou are not You cun do the same thing. is hard to see how Luther - . c- WALDRON & JOHNSON, Why Not Trade Waltersville, Ky. r Our Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County Saving Money. already one of our many pleased customers, come round ome duy and give our place a look through and let us price ou some of our goods. They wi llopen your ey esto an opportunity. Price is Always Right. Give us your trade this year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. Btirbaiik could improve on the strawberry, as he promises, unless ho makes two grow where only.one grew before. Miss Maud Fletcher will leave Saturday for Miami Texas where she will take charge of a tele-i- L 'ic exchange ;.v.v 'cinsin It Goods delivered free to all' parts of the city. Don't forget the place. stalled at that place. SHIMFESSEL. There is Only One This js Dr. Bell's. It is the rlginal and can be relied on in croup, , coughH, colds and all lung and bronchial troubles. Look for the bell on the Bottje. ey Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by wesseuger or otherwise and . if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" Wo read that a man by the National Legislature, Instead of name of Hooze is'runniiig for ofturning ono out tor tha other? fice in Maryland, lias no chance; nothing more Hooze is on the run. Home trade is PUIILISIIED EVEltV TUUKSDAY. than in business. Swindlers tire often great adSubscription rates 81 it jeur or three The Times would impress hi vertisers and for this reason alone years in advance 82. readers therefore of the vast no- rhrv i.o rdvprtiu'd THE TIMES. Get i IN Line. Llllie lu &CL llli.0 UIC llgllC - J.. B. ISurghcr, Publisher. mail mutter. Alar 23, 1911 "nunc" ! .i r.T Entered as second-clas- s Thursday, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our we have arranged club raten with the following papers at prices below mentioned The' i i.mi;h ami 1.0( I 10 Conrier-.liniri- Mncinnati Knquirer Louisville lleruld Momeanrl Farm I' lurid Farmer on 1.00 no 7n American Fanner iitlcrn Agriculturist Vh Irtil a talk with .Indue Ilarjlwjck recently in which it v;i e.iilv learned that hp is a .great advocate of good roads and trntv-'l- v indorses the plan of the Times Mi organize Good Roads the motive of which is t.ii enter into sietive road building. He said when thp eountv received nionev now due it it would be to pay every old claio'i except, the bridge claims and fit ii r if would then bp able to spen?l ,$0 cents on each hundred dollars of taxable propprtv in the eountv in the aid of thpse Good Roads Association and their laud-ab'- e I J trade. Local circulation of cash It is all quiet along the Poto and free circulation of cash unit-mac but a trifle fretty along the easy business and successful bus Rio Grande. mess. Three trudes in any line See the new advertisement of of business with onlv one dollars Hardwick and Co.' in this issue profit is better than only one trade and the dollars profit still. and go see their goods before making your spring purchases. Ready trading stimulate a feel They have what' will pleaso you ing of activitv in everv line of and at prices that you can alloru business and is contagious. Then to buy. ' e don't always holdout for a Deafness Canuot be Cured profit whether you are a merchant, u dealer in live stock by locul applications, as they can or any other commodity, and al not reach the diseased portion of ways give preference to business the ear. There is only one way to in your own locality. Let us try cure deafness, and that is by con Deafness is to build up a local market for stitutional remedies. caused by an inflamed condition of every tiling we produce and then try to produce all that this mar- the mucous lining of the Eustachket can handle at a fair price, ian Tube. When this tube is you have a rumbling sound always striving to help ourselves or imperfect hearing, and when it and one another too. war-tim- I2 LAIC dress parade the procession of SPRING has started SUITS you can get better clothes made to your own measure from $5 to $8 less than other tailors charge. We beWevare reaching out for bigger business lieve in low prices and high quality and want to is entirely closed, Deafness is tbc i - The country is listening with keen interest for the plans of the Democrats in the extra session of Congress, which meets April 4 to consider the Canadian reciprocity. It is very evident that the business men of the countrv do not want Congress to result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube re- make your spring suit. Fabrics, fit, finish and quality are all guaranteed. You owe it to your self to get your money's worth and better clothes -- here is your chance come in today and be measured for a spring suit. stored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine caves out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous ourfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any caee of Deafness (caus ed oy catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cbmey & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, i76c cause stiL'get that this available nioimv be spent on straightening places in the road and making Hianges where it. is necessary in rtrdef to gpt a better grade With this done and the Roads .Associa-tTi'i- i at work grading and ditching our roads to universal speci. n rl ,i il- on f r r v m ttt it few years dirt roads that would be an envy to our adjoining counties that still must put up with dirt roads. If we must yet have dirt roads then why not We. J T 1 a plunge the country into a dis trussing tariff agitation at this time. The country desires rest from agitation much more than it seeks relief through congressional legislation, and if the Democratic leaders in Congress shall initiate a great, .tarill war thus disturbing businese at this time, tho Democrats will blight their chances of sending a president to the White House next year. AltL Mrs. J. W. Williams USE HOPE Take Hall'b FamilyJPill( n' stipation. for.con-.' ' SUWil'Oi; Good EAGLE EYE SALVE tor Nothing but tho Eyas v $ MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, w .Ml0 lft IIIO JU liiilll II have the best? , Thp Olav Ciity Times was con- - every hand at Stanjton Monday the first day of ' the t,erm of Circuit Court for its standi taken in behalf of good i roads, Judge Benton in touchneed your busi-- J ing qn the condition of the roads ' at tile's season of the , ear took ness.and your friend-- : . occasion to commend the wo'1" ' of the Times and urged that the jship. Why not open: ' citizens of the county a Democrat to win we in establishing a universal se.nti-meinterested in Mr. Garrett's : that account now? : in favor of good roads success in the race. whicji of course would include , The heit asset of I'ouell coun i t,lie fiverseers of the roads and tJieiiJthey would work the roads ty is said to be hei people. Now tV tht very best possible advan- if these people who are real y CLAY CITY tage Tho editor of the Times such a valuable asset luul as e doesjinost highly appreciate the most valuable asset confidence, ivinajrk of Judgo Benton eniiniit contentment iilg ns they do from one of the and tliuir efmost' popular Judges in the State forts would always be a decided of) Kentucky. success. Cultivate such a spirit. gratylated on nomination for Railroad Commissioner in this district seems to liuve narrowed dowli to our own H. G. Garrett and Mayor Craig of Covington, with Garrett decidedly in the lead. We hjipe to see Mr. Garrett 60 honored by his party. Not because of his ardent Republicanism, but heraut-of his progressive spitit and man ly character. He never forgets a friend and is a man always conscious of duly, una out of politics or in oflice knows no man other than for the take of justice und right. As this is a strong Re. publican district and no show for arc-especi-ally MttiieeutiMM You Need a Good Bank md pies the woman i9 who made them from HorK Mills' has Success in h'read or cake flour ImkiiiL' is alwnxs sure to follow when you use 'his high rade and satisfactory Hour. Hold everywhere. Mrpud We Mfti'a m J. AiNuREW CAIN, Versailles, Ey.' te ut Not Simply 1 tt? r TM.. I. (1.. to think of tho par tl. a Car but Car Service rst ,ou Intend .nn'tn tvs. In ths MARATHON TOO all thU. BotaollHMe,ptolwBMtotaBent. For NATIONAL BANK. 8tick-to-itivene- ss uememoer, when yon lot, mat mo uw-lut- o " i limit ot dollar lor dollar return la hare a catalogue which describes. In reached In cara selling under KfiQQ. When d Jlf. pro- - fijXh', you pay more, yoni1 returns are not In and denendabla utllltT that character portion to your Investment. . MAKATUON. When you buy, buy not simply a ear, bat car service. Buy correct design, accur- - Add It's yours for tho asking. good materials. liny ate construction and Won't yon ask for Itf sound motor car vatue. MARATHON models Include Torpedo Tourlna Car, Fore Door Tourtna i..k. Our only objection to won. on in jtho United States Seuatori- al'ral e included in the rmmarv suffrage is that when the mis election of July 1st, Senator tress and the cook both have u I'aynter asks an endorsement for ballot there will be nobody to a second term. Where eflicient got dinner on election day. service has been rendered as has The South which is claiming been done by our present Sena-td- r Woodrow Wilson for its very own it is usual to give this but in the present in. son, is booming him for Presilitis not had u stance a member of the lower dent. The South i candidate since the war, is seeking to JI'msp, Mr m l iiuiunger iiu uouoi leareu otheri words Mr. James would tho next Congress would not bevneitetho place his constituents an liberal with its wlii'U Hb . have given him, and take that of lie says "to tho tall timber for Senator Cuynter. But would mo." not tho Democrats of the State bu better oil' to let both these It is best to size up a ollicor distinguished members still rep by what he votes for rather than resent the in for the tune, in our by what Iiu hollers for. SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Temi. Car. Standard Tourlna Car and Koadalcr, and Torpedo Roadster. Price tram t00 to $1,700. We Ask You to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure It will help you. Remember that this great female remedy W1HFI FRUIT and SHADE? tarn. mirriiVR-- TREES. BTHAWUKHIIY PLANTS. A uui raUia t balls Nav IlaUanuwvur.soi.r. asks you our penuaucm cprnlALOFFER: ui MEM MJCCLED t Asparagus, l' - ..p blackberries, Pm tlilj. Write to-4a- y; barb, etc H has brought Meatlou thU i'apec. Hff to thousands of R other sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many have said It Is "the best medicine to take," Try Itl Sold in This City 'Vrlt for freo catalogue. Wo have no agents. . SEND 10 CUNYS F, d? Hlllenmeyer Sons, KY. tJ?1f'Y0rPY. TI-t- E TIMES. IIOMK-MADE AN ALL- - TIIUKSDAY, The Fiscal Court will meet in Tuesday, March 21st, the tolls us Spring began. Tt its tegular session Tuesday, Apwas certainly n day fitting of tho ril JJrd for the purpose' of allowing claims for county expenses. name a Spring d ly. Kverctt Barnott, who a few 1'APKR. 300,000 Tubes Of Sutherland's Knglo Kye Salve years ago moved to Illinois has Mar. 1!J, 1011. were sold In 1J)08 and not one word returned to this county and mov- t A Clean Mm Outiido cleanlioeni it Imj than halt the battle. A mAft may e" dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good f health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, elcan blood, a clean liver, and new, clenu, besttnj' the man who is clean in this way will look jt. and net it. lc will work with energy and think clean, cleartcjlthy thoughts. ' . ... LOCAL BilEVITrKS. If he violates the law in Clay City and escapes proper punishment, ho is first a good runner or he didn't, have to appear before Police Judge Fletcher. If Marshal Pettit and Judge Fletcher fails to trim them up right tlioy are not in Clay Oitv. Oat sowing and plowing for Has Millions of Friends. corn is occupying the farmers atHow would you like to niiuiber tention ju8ti,itow. of Grab OrchKy., is visiting her sister, ard, Mrs. T. G. White. Mrs. Simpson, Fred Tfpton and fnimly, Ford, aro visiting Eld. A. tas'' ter. Born in tin's city Monday, March 20 th to Mrs. J. K. Howard a son. Mrs. Olnrkson will deliver a lecture at Methodist church Sunday night. sold under a positive ijiiurnn tee It i? good for nothing liuWlie of ojes. Ask your IXsuggist. wn I ui.uiuci7J.wr;tira Djllard Estes has rented the Burton place on Hnrd wick's creek and has moved there this 1 iiuiucoiiuii uriginutd in unolcan mum-jch- s. BioiJ f($9aie pre tountl where there is unclean Mo.xt. Cflnsumptieiind'brpnchitis mean unclean lungs. im Dr. Alcting out Justice. lWcJl. '. r . week. , Yo welcome him back to Mrs. J. W. Williams has a new ad in this issue to which she inRead it vites your .attention! and give her store a look prevents these diseases. It makes a man's inside clean' and healthy. It cleans the digestire orfons, makes pure,' clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. habit-formin- nefce's Golden Medical Discovery Z It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. g It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean uneleanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy., through. the wild cat recently bought by Thos.. Edge, has made soveral planing tnill.it The Swann-Daclosed down this week for some necessary repairs. y Dave Rose had mother severe attack of heart, trouble Sunday night but soon rallied. For Croup is the Dr. Hell's best known remedy. Do not ex-- i pL'rimentgt the genuine Dr. Bull's Pine-Tar-IIonFiue-Tar.JJon- Tho r infant clnld ot John died on Beech Fork, March Fra-zie- 18th of BpinaJj,v?iiingitiB. season is horn is demonstrated by the fish stories being revived au.(f related. That-the'liehin- g Mrs. Geneva tjpjjiver, of Salt Lick, is visiting her parents,. Judge and Mrs. W. T. Uams. The Colds That Mane on Are readily curifefiy'Dr. Bell's It relieves the l lights wjth.dogs which were put cagje' witlt the cat. The your friends by the millions as into the fight ptrt'an end to the cat. last Bucklen's Arnica Salv.c does? Its Jesse Eaton.3si...dpg was. put into astounding cures in the pnst forty irf- some way burst-e- d tjie' cage-butyears made them. Its tho best open .the, door and out came Salve in the world for so.res ulcers, the dog with'jhv cat and hold of eczema, burns, bolls,' fcarlds', cuUa its throat and soon put an nnd to corns, Eore eyes, spnuns, swellings his'catship. brujsos, cold sore. Ilas'jio equal Granulrted Eye Lids for pilps. 2fc at Do not need to l e ciuterized or .. scarified by a physician. SutherlCo.'s HUire. and'-. Eagle 'Eve Sslve is guarantRepublican Committee Meeting. A meeting of the Jiepublican eed- to cure tllm without pain. State Committee has been called ,It is1 harmless a'ivd a sure euro for by R. "ll. Winn, Chairman, of granulated 'ids. 25c tubes at all Mt. Sterling, to meet at Louis-vill- dealers' April 1st to fix place "and If Powell county.had .a coinage name time of Republican conven tjriitt and should place it on the tion to nominate candidat'e.fcrj forst hiil" road in the county, State offices to be voted for this" aiid'should start the silyir dollars fall. Many candidates are ex to rolling- down Hielull, there 'pected to announce at this time. would be a thousand. teauis there the first day and have the road Attacks School Principal. A severe attack on sbhool prin- fixed';beforo the working hours cipal, Chas.'B. Allen, of Sylyania, of tho colnage'mint arrived. is thus told by him. "For rp&gmz- -. p " more thun three years," lie writes, sws suffered indexuribable torture "I from rheumatism, liver and stom-aofrrth, tieiiabL .err . Swanii-Dny.I;um-ber e, We have the largest and most plete line of com- STOVES to be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cooking heating stoves. and Come in and give us a look. - Grubbs. & Benton, ( 7 ) Cor. Main and Broadway, G-i- ., mm Winchester, - Kv. h QStSsS, q' - troubleHnd-Hiseasedkidney- There All temedies failed till I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this only is SPECIAL OFFER . FOR 10 CENTS wonderful remedy cured me comwe will tend postpaid our S. K. McGiilre, of Jackson, pletely." Such results are comfamous 'coi l rrvrmiu l was here the first of the week to mon. Thousands bless them for 1 ptr.corir t.b.u . . , . J(S t(:irLMru iUtllU IS. . . . J Hee his brother, W. T. McGuire. I curing stomach trouble, female t kx. UrlAmw.kM4tkUf . . . . . .15 rilkrtoa H.rk.t Ullu 10a . . 11. ilMUtuMtktCkaloFlmrlMta Mrs. Geo. V. Anderson Jr., of complaints, kidney disorders, biltl.Oll writ todayl 6nd to halp n pMle And Mnti aod nctlr health and PMkiDf wiin oar new th attov "Tmmont ColUctton," to. Mt. Sterling, is visiting her pa- iousness, and for ind InitructlT Usrdcn Quid nir OIIEAT MU1LT1IKUN SKKlt CO. vigor. Try them. Only 50c at 1363. Kons HU rents, Mr. and Mis. E. N. Itookfor.1. Illlno Swunn-DaLumber 'Company's T store. Gives Prompt RcJIef Booker In Trouble. William El. Douglas, Jr., of WashGood for all Skin Diseases. Booker T. Washington was takington, D. 0., 1 take groat pleasure in informing you I have used Dr. en to a New. York city police staand it gave tion by an ollicer, Yellowing an Bell's jjj CAPITAIj STOCK. 8100.000 assault made on 'the educator me almost mtunt relief."' SURPLUS AND UNand a chase through the stroet. Dr. Martin reports the birth of Albert Ulrich,'ti c'arpenter, was DIVIDED PKOFITS. 100.000 a son to Mr. and Mrs. Jen" arrested, charged with assault. of Vaughn's Mill, March Mrs. Ulrich churned that u jiegro THE $ loth. had insulted her and alio identiOK WlNOllUTUK, Ky. It is said that work on Lock o; fied,. Wushington u r tlie police .14 in the Kentucky river, four station us the man. .Washington N. IIOLI.Y WlTIIBKSI'Oorr, Pit EM. miles below Beattyvtlle, willftbeJ who was badly beaten up, was Lie denies the t V. U. S I'll A It, to go. OASIIIKK. il gin in the spring.' cold and stops he cough. 10 y Guaranteed to Plea, i . Ererr Otrdener tnd I. Plaster tbould Mt the (UDerlor meriuuf Our Northern Grown Seeds. Spring and Summer ....zi ll Goods. Is We invite you to cali and see our line We can te of Spring and Summer goods. in- y, terest you who appreciate up-to-da- mer- Winchester Bank. chandise at the lowest possible prices. We have nil the new things in Dress Goodo, .eckwear, & . tc, & etc., for women and misses. Wo are tole a;oiitri charge. , 2 Dr. Bell'a AnU-Pal- n .Morbus A sudden attuuk ii4 dangerous. Keqp Dr. Bell's Anti-Paiat hand, u dose relieves almost instantly. It 'also euros Diarrhoea; Cramps, Flux' uml all llowol Complaints. n A Fierce Night Alarm YOUK ACCOUNTS SOLICITED for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, and hnv all tho new styled in both in oxfords and pumps. low-cut- s, r- -- - Ilurdwick iv. Co,, have received their now Spring goods and have fcoinuthing to say about them in their ad. space this week. Head it. Murderer. murderer Is, Appendicitis with many victims, but Dr. Khig's Now l.ifu Pills kill It by prevention. They gently timul ito Mourned, livr ami bowels, prevent, ing t1it clogging that Invites curing Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, (Jliills. $5(3 Kills a A merciless -- is (ho hoarse, startling cough of a child, suddenly attaoked by croup. Often It aroused Lewis Chamblin, .. .LJk .t. of Manchester, 0 R. B. No. 2 tTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TTtv for their four children were greatly subject to croup. "Sometimes in severe attacks," ho wrote "wo wore Watchmaker afraid they would die, but since Jeweler. we proved what a certain remedy Dr. Kingis New Discovery is, wo have no fear. We roly on it for croup and for coughs, colds or any throat or lung trouble." So dd All Kinds of Watch and Clock thci-snd- c : ?z''r.a rn .:5rt NotJcr nnd of So nuy ou. Asthma, Hay Fever, La Urppe, T UvSiaudbic Ternic. SATI5I-AC- Line of HON GUARANTEED. Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages tly fiOo and 81.00. beforo it. Trial Jewelry & Spectacles. bottle free. Sold by Swaun-Da- y $Cnll and see mo In the Red Lumber Co. River Hotel Building, .T Ij.p.nAUPPiN,! This Beason our hats will all be trimmed by one of the best milliner firms in Cin-- I nati, and of course will be right up to the minute. We also have a line of millinery. We would like to show you men and boys our lines of clotnin', hats, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., beforo buying elsewhere, for we feel sure that wo can suit you, also that you will see that we will save you money. shoes for ineij und boys, and have all the new things in low cuts. We handle Wc also "Walk-Ove- r" h-jJIc Buygicc, ...'g Machine, Cases, Matting, Uugs, Wsll Paper, Cook Stoves, Hoofing, nnd etc. In fact think can supply your every want I I ot Swann-l)i.- y L'Miiber Co..'s j?tore. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Hardwick & Co., Stanton, E For Coughs and Colds. V' FACTORY PROFIT-SHiHIN- O PIANO CLUI. FACTORY Cash! Save all soiling expense a well an Jobber', 4 WJWA dealers' anil solicitors' profit. Olub Price. Retail Price. S27B.OO SI7S.OO !K(32n OO Join My Piano Ohtb. sepp.no on tho part of the and enviousness on individual t lie part of his neighbor hns kept more of our talented people down than nil other causes. Selfishness $5.00 Recipe Cures. Sick Peop!e-FRE- E Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discsvery SENT Twenty thousand Mexico. I soldiers to Send In the coupon today. HOME , Make! you a member-sen- ds WBmWBmmr wwnr a piano to your irm Keeps up your home and saves you the and In case of death middlemen's profit. gives you receipt . in run for your piano. Sf-A- f f Tanns lets Dim rental. .'A"? jr.r rTtr satisfaction or money reiun ed. A still sreater redaction bv uslnc oar - V ? coupon plan. Call or write for ex- fA'& planatory booklet at once. '? 1 0. EVANS tocust. .r f!n'.!i and PICT Oes Mel CO.,- - h. M tV r?ff &tFREE 30 ONE RED CENT IN ADVANCE. 'Tw-.v- YourOraati aVHsMlni H DAYS TRIAL Jti 'ft VroM My Factory Direct to iJ'.O I'llpiovuthis 11. tiTm$3Sl ubt If Uw I the shadow : 'i w.!l let mo abloyou one of my Adicr Organs on free trial. rl'e e?ry t.jiei.t. in 1 raits jabay il odd ,ci X T .'rri iion't. W"-- - V Mt"n"' back tblp my si m JT' &rv ADlUc Tie Piano nn J Orcon Maker 1 ,CUS TrusS You JEN rii semi-bord- The Niahtlnoaie ot Organs Mr I 1 MIJIBLEI" IVt. hu..tdil tl.rbolai.' ivri'.ie'.o tho to tiv homes acihd '11.1 p. 'i'Jl D AWAY ".'lfmonof this country by BslllnaT direct orru.a. 11 rTj it or .WtllCl If whtM onc4n ' L?ih Mlif tinu'S it Th,ir. .li.it.mti. , U.'y b icc'i o. . t ad I"l azuAy- ili uti i,.,L j.aaj'i.u tvi.1- h&w. A' ..ibutiJ' .Tt!ie juuriicuii. Irto.L 'j 1 .u of On;aiu). That'll the cizon ay omn U batter than any other mako. Another 1U to lit years. I'm 1 1 1 srusraniee my organs lor to yean, wnnrors otlicra guarantee theirs -II rt'h 'T.nn luraW'V? Mv tell'ii" plans !rst. Hi ple't, "sfest and easiest erer .1 a..J Imc tOi- . loo not ha v jriiiAn.lfwrtmvrSTttllliiTrt wj jf Wis p no po mili-i- aiitwf. 5istia!l the most wonderfal ciiuiiu cim thvy make the I owq my own timber lands, of profit for lumber it milllne. Itint Intejnv Adlrf mm. ITha d t( tncy I iac-- fi'evi' ', . 1. : 1 j n,o c mi tlic'r paytnents yen cuaUup.icau - " tianJ chaw t . c;- tur r'JP1' tr.r ''n- - .iifif, c ..o.'icre au tnj lime mry wane arrarse extensions t f time r''" thm rexsotinhleyour . t. Atk s rpo cf nelthhorswho -I iust S3 eocn cive you $1,000 ir OF ORGANS) 11'. hi o p 111" thoGt. I4 . in 'caorJrtVfi j.lrcr k' a i w ion you a:ou Jxnp?fiT-',-'- a rf.i ever! v .. 1 :j. .' n. P 1 f hU profir, tm, . - "jtw u lrtinds before yoaca thu !;n - m ..-ix-.iir.Ii'a- t, Kiinilliitroul, the ortane u HbTallreatment I hsn.lrd out to my r al.yv u Trias nut. it'. ' ipt "1 rsr - 'ptinl' t'.nl-.j- o tlmo and It won the highest U crybixly is buying an 'lqanii'". wearing: qualities, rs I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, Chump Clark"' refuses to wear in a plain ordinary sealed envelo. e to apy one who will write me for It. either a crown or gum shoes. .lust send me your name and attdress at once and jou will receive tin Mr, Roosevelt is also conduct-in!- ; recipe by return mail, charges paid. I will also send you free of chargu maneuvers in the South. my hook, ''How to (let Well" for your guidance. I think it is my duty armyi8 playing wur and to help suffering humauity to thl extent, and hope you will be one of ;.iThe Mr. Tuft is playing golf. fie thousands who are being cured dailv by this wonderful discovery. Sit down todav and write me, as von mav not see this oiler again. Spratt's Platter. Jack. I know my treatment is a safe and sure cure for Rheumatism, Dia.lack Spratt would ent no fat' His wife wonlil eat .no lean, betes, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Cnnstipition, Indigestion, HeadSo betwixt them both ache, Dizziness, Kidney and Madder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impute They ate one goat, Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all And licked the plattr-- clean. Uric Acit' Diseases And speakinifof platters reminds us that a great manv families would Dr. I). .1. WALSH, Boston. Mass. Box 2001 like to haw a new pliitter'to decorate the table with, and we are go ing to t'll them how fo get it. The American Farmer, published at luiliiiniixtli-- , is iiivini; aw ay a heit'.ttit ill Violet Dinner-Se- t free, including a Jif--k Spratt Plattet while they hipt ti a certain number of our readers. much needless pain when they delay using Cardui This Violet Dinner Set is of fine lor tneir temale troubles. Cardui has been tound to in grade, eight, very tough relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and diz and dura I'll-- . It is snowv white in does more ziness, arising irom deranged organs. eolnr and has a genuine china tnan relieve, it used persistently, many have writ- tilaze, uiving the et u Hinooth and ten to say that it cured them. The shapes velvety appenrance. latest Haviland design, iili ire deep, si'Mlloped edges handsomely ornamented with scrool work. Kach piece i decorated with a beautiful cluster of violets, with flowers and ijrten leaves in natural colois. Each piece also has an elaborate of vining sprays" in 37 gold all baked in and glazed over so that, the decorations are in tio way affected by weY or washing, Mrs. Maxwell Johnson, Tampa, Fla., writes:? "Cardui cured and will be found jut as hrk'ht mo after doctors and everything else had failed. 'iTiad been suffer-- 1 and attractive after years of service ing with numb spells ever since I was lu years old. One day I as at the time we send them to you. decided to take Cardui. I have now taken and I can sav. Everx piece is parfectly made, very that it' haB cured me. I advise all sufferinc women to cive Cardui I handsome in denign and finish. It a long and fair trial." vill be a beautiful Hurprise when Mrs. Johnson suffered yeafa. Have you ?' ' Do you wiah to? I you see it. m aivo vuruui. uivo im ibit max. uai wujr nuuer Any reader 01 ,this ptper wiio ' AT ALL DRUG STORES jeuds o stamps or ten cents silver 10 the. American Farmer for three months' subscription can learn Imw to get this hand ionie Violet'D.inner Set free. AdSbM1fRY OF L. & E. TltyiE TrA5LE. dress Anieiiean Farmer, Indianap-oi- r Women Suffer It ARDU -- It Will Help You j ui-uu- two-ce- nt Itulinni. East-Bmiii- d. West-Boun- if tn ,y it -- 11 . in t.'udo middlemen you mut rvevyrg, oTcr means awholnlnt '"i's crratertor-a- n factory is worl ln .iuitouwi. biour.,t u'.i ut by the fair ami TvriiB over 75 000 Whenever I rn ctood the test and always wlli. Quali.y No. f'l NOTICE. PUBLIC SALE AND RENTINQ OF Dailv. No. 4. , '"'y- A. M. TrJlo No. 1, Stations. Daily Ex. Sun. A. "M. No 3 ' No. 6, Sundav Pal'y- Only- -' r: M. :n; ".1VED $2,525,000 Before I Bold dinirt to thchoirr.ictV'io.'eulH.i... " cvt.ua I am dolmr now exclusively. I used uj.icalert:u..!;', lui . .j''.- - uut t.i. ... w . 01 6uJ tLiVu ii ejus is f.irt tciv H as they paid roc. nukimr the iour piMPloh'ed f .It, I was thundentruc k nrd quit. I rent out tho icnds of noticrs tellinartheia t",.ey ouMn't biy anolhnronran from ma, that I meant to sell direct to Uiu h'Kiiua, saving thain the emu moui. unreax.-i.t- i 1 l ro:il p.nd expenses Uiey were charsirs them. Thi.ieimetail.r.ii.A a tl'imdrrUii f rL 11 a Ltu'111 fx.y. In rt ilnd BUmbrtt l'v Mrived rrv ruHtnmera (ovcr'S.OOnf tii' r )at le.ut .?.rr.,."i.onn. n'l ot whVh won't have gone to the dealers had I sold the Yuuscneppt ji'.ev2.iti"iin?r.r ortfcaa tluCJsh Lexington, bJ Montgomery NEAR I Go. Farm, :() :3 :.")" 8:i:i 8:-2(- i A'tncbeter, L. Si K. Junction, Indian Fields, CAHARGO. tin. ' NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU li ilmpljrthli, Iwlll blp7ra,on30dtyirretrtftl,jorffMroa wot, on ny reuontbl terms yoa mtjriocccit, Jait tt lalti jroar tnrome tud rlrmmiUncei. II you kvep It t tb cn4 of tb trial period, wlilch I know yoa will, you cia pay all rash or ft -- Your Piano iraall sum down tod th halanca nonthly, quarttrly, tmlranDually or any other reaaonabla way. Jt at any time yoa can't meet a payment wnea lta due, I'll (ladly It you a reasonable astenilon of time. You ahall not Inconrenlcn' e yoorseU by buying aa Adler, lor I'm olnf to make It tbe he uinlnHij;nt il will, on MONDAY. Al'HIL 17, being County l.'ourt day, at the c urt hoiiee door, .Mt Sterling, K , 11 "'clonk a. iieuinuiug at ab-u- t in ' offei at public mile the tract of 20:j.0'j acies of hint ling in Mont-gouie- :.iS :14 ::!' 8:12 0:02 0:10 0:1.) 0:22 :t ::. WWW CLaY CITY, Stanton. Ro-sly- n. 0:55 9:12 0:00 8:45 8:2.j 8:15 8:oo 8:(KJ . P. M. 0:05 A. M. 10 9 :40 5:20 5:07 4:5U Jl 0:20 8:54 J:'ir. ::(" :t7 :lo :ii: :K) 0 I :.; I cail.it pa rebate yi ever made. IMl chargo yon no lnterca t aa other organ men are doing. If yoa don't keep my organ be cause lc'a notaa represented, you can ship It buck at my ei pent and I'll pay you every ceut you paid for freight, so yoa Fur hermore, If at any time will lose alolute?y nothing. year, my organ doea nog bold op to every claim I within m ado, you can iblp It back at my eipense and 111 return to yoa every dulaf of tfae purcbasa prlct with 0 per etui. Interest and all frelcbta paid. I can agree to dotbli becauta I know bow my orgaaa are made and positively know tbey alwaya make good. county. Ky., near ('amargo adjoihing the1 lands of J. S. Dogie Congleton and otlieis; being the same tract of laud conveyed by .1. S. ltogiu to .Mrs. Lizzie 3. Hruons by deed recorded in the ollice of the clerk of the Montgomery C'ouiry Com t. Have arranged .for a pais-wa- y All this land is in urass except ten 11:40 L. !:!. H: 'i ln:.T .Innctlon, Natural 'Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & IC. .lunetion, .lackson, Ciuicksand, , FiImio, Cnmpton 7:8 7 :4"i 4:35 4:20 4:20 4:14 :i:57 :55 :5:41 !i 8:4S( 8:43 8:28 8:21 7::H) 7 :07 8:15 7 0:15 3:20 2:25 :54 :oo 0:10 1:60 :o 7:1)5" wy Piano Offtr The Greatest ISy lujU crade wurld'a famous Adler Eoutliern Concert Gtandrianosca tbahad ct f rum my factory on the same liberal bu. mz plans as applied to my Adler Or-saiu. In tuue, excellence. worKmananip. mtterUl and finlth they have no superior. If .an uvial. ud, I can taa you $100 to They are urtiatlc in disicn. buUt to In ta i:fe tlire, have a toae aa deer and pure a c lell, and u wonderful, easy, 1 tl.-O1 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I guarantee all my organa for 80 yeara, aoroefblag no other orgat man will do. II y guarantee bond ta the strongest over wrtt'en and tf yoa will ask your banker or any of my local Will a or the editor of tola paper aa to my reliability, )oo.wlll be told that I am aa sound aa a rock, that you can aafely enter Into any transaction with me and that all of lay dcallage ato aqaare. Send your name for catalog and boylog plana. will bo under no obligation whatever, fitvol and Instruct lion book glvea with every organ. CRYUS U ADLER, Pres. Adltr Uffl. Co. en You ( tie I 23 Yeara EU. 1. ncarf and Instruction book given n Ith tviry piano. SeuU for catalogue and , buinf plans. Gjaranteed tor TEAK THIS OUT, MAIL TO-BA- Y acies. If not sold, the farm will rented then and there to the highest bidder. Terms made known on day of sale. Mrs. PEARL CHAM, a- - Executrix of .Mrs, Lizzie llronks. be (M'NKt)TIONS are made Dailv Kxcent Siuidav. Nos. 1 und 3 will connect with th" C. Sc O. Bail- it E. Juuetioii: r i. u.. it...- ivy. wj tor .in. oi'.ruug, ir.. Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with tbe Moun Campton .lunetion: tain Central Railway fir pnssongers to "and from Campton," Ky Nos. 2 will connect with tho L. & A. JSeattyville .lunntiou: for IJeattyville, Ky. Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with the O. fc K. RailO. & K. Junction: way for Cauiiel Cit7, Kj. and way sta ons. Tim FiilloiviiiL -Ruil-wa- y s Bourbon Poultry Cure la rcccenUodua tho standard poultry rrmody of tho world. It la tho ono remedy that cua bo do ponded on witu abkoluto certainty ta cure and prevent oxlstlnjr forms ot poultry few tho Urlnlitnk water keeps fowls healthy und free from dlnouie. A6"oluttIimakc'!tlJBullon!icf medicine, i'or tho troauacat of niuCkheaU ucd other dlsuascs la Vurkuyj SAVE YOUR FOWLS Gnpos, Glioleru. Itoup, I llmberneet, Diarrhoea and all dropaMn A Hake a cross In th. circle for organs or pianos or write your name and address on a postal eard or in a letter, stating which you want piuno or organ das-- r rlption. Don't enclose any atamp. 1 pay all charges. "Vi.ie iciuiy, Triry4arri3S5- - I WJXt -- t O . ... I want your ( took. . ...iI want pictures and full criptioa of your pianos. Bourbon FohIIty Cure MAS I des-orsj- i.roiiiitr toe f.CiTtiirj-ieoTr- l hsv.btuiral4iagcklcW.ni louilM.il'oiili.vCgMjll-r.!I UJVU VCX tlK4 iv Mrs. W.W. Ralston, HopfcUuvIIle, Ky t iorneailv tfiyyssnand yi: NO CQUMJ. "I II Mr F.P. Cls7,Frri,ny.,ssr! I I Address . County... The Adit r fattory-Crtr- test rati rraTiiiiiWnubiiit7.vVUruii.raa--' ( It ... BUte.. fivnd 3 fonts In U.mua tor IbtaIiuU hAnlr nil MOW TO SSTAW and SILL PTBWT, Miujujw t All Leading Drunol3t.. B0urbn' fl.mody Co., isrA,v.8.A. parQottla. Vial rraa. DOo htt fc.,. "Lajvyear n:td hurajnd, ol chickt.ua lite Irani gjx--i viiivnie thm lWiK n Poujtiy;Cur. i .J in.!fclftv, .1 UUJUW.t.m MtlAU.ai Trial In the WwH Clay City .'imas.: D.SWIFT A CO. Wl Baunlb C SMhy Swann-Da- v ' m..ui.i. Lbr. Co., nn Hardwick .& G). Clay City. Stanton.