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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 30, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911033001_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 30, 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 CLAY i. 00 a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay ITY TIMES. Cityfse Sarroanding Country and Ourselves .1. R. ISitrgltcr. I'lililUher. VOL. XVI. Printers and the Tariff. exchange) thinks Uncle Sam An ia 'not "toting fiiir"with the print-er- g generally. N Besides formulating stringent rules on postiige and making the govcrment a direct competitor with every plant in the country in the business of printing private envelopes, the printers are highly tarifl'-taxe- d on the material and machinery used by them. First and foremost is the high tariff tax on wood pulp, paper and job-printin- g CLAY CITY, board, and from typecasting and typesetting machancs and parts thereof, when imported from the United States into Canada, or from Canada into the United States. Linotype machines should also be included in this agree nient, and we hope our two Sen ators and eleven Representatives will see that it is done when the extra session meets and that all will vote for Canadian reciproc KY.,iBtJ4lSDAY, MARCH 30. JO! I. Mrs. NO. IS Death of Airs. Curry. The Klajri load Drag. Uown in Utt ' Second congrcs ity. district the,, people are working up aic 'kit enthusiasm o ver the King; pi id drag. Some of the farmers ifciho rural districts of Daviess caWitv have tried it and thev savinir that it is capable bfiMbing wotidcriul things in tfipray of taking the bumps out- Ma. dirt road. One of the banks CjOwensboro thinks sional atn-e&i- - Good Roads Students. Tho State University, Lexington, has authorized each county judge to appoint two students, to be admitted free of tuition, to the Oood IJoads Department of the class of Civil Engineering. Any person in I'owell county between the ages of 18 and L'8, who desires to avail themselves of this opportunity should call on the County Judge for particulars. AmericiiP Curry, widow of Joe Cuiry, an soldier died at the home of J. (J. Easter in this city Sunday more-ii- m at 7 :00 o'clock imed SO voum IV-- cardboacdand the products thereof. The abolition of this tarilt' tax would check the enormous drain g novfbeing made on the prices being exacted by the paper trust. Linotype, typecasting and typesetting machines, and parts thereof, are tariff taxed J50 per cent. Since none are imported and no revenue igderived therefrom, the conclusion must naturally be drawn that this tax is levied for sonio "special interest," which requires no painstaking or laborious search to find. Under this protection the linotype trust is enabled ro sell for over $.'$,000 a machine costs it only about $750 to build; has bought and suppressed over 800 competing patents, thus keeping off the market in this country other meritorious ma chines that would have competed rapidly-increasin- build it and bolTto use it to the best advantages'. The bank is giv teacher at Spout Sprint;, brother ing away the to its ance in good timber, estimated to to W. It. Eubank, a former Sufarmer frieubsiaod patrons, and cut 1,000,000 feet, 100,000 feet of perintendent of our city schools, the - demand been so strong editor the Southern School Jour that two 2dt films have been is which is yellow poplar. One of the best corn and tobacco farms in nal, a leuding educator of the sued. Powell county. This is good limeStale; prince of good fellows, and Over in Hancock county, which stone land and f miles south of now candidate for the Deinocr it- adjoins Davisf'an enterprising Levee, Ky. Will he sold at a ic nomination of State Superin citizen buildfa King drag and if sold at once. Anyone wishtendeut of Public Instruction, is gave it a testfrfThe results were ing to buy apply to E. H. Moss. making a thorough campaign of so satisfactory! that the County Mt. Sterling, Ky. the State. lie has In far the Judge has ordered twelve of the R It. (i. l'hoiie (i'.KlA. of Democrats in this maioritv "machines" constructed for use county for him. throughout rhecountv. It is fret' Arbor Day winch bus formerly claimed by those wjio have tried been in April has been changed it that ouo man workinu with bv the last Legislature until it team and aldlag can do more For April and May sowing. now comes in October. than six men working in the or dinary way-Athat. the results Hay, Pasture t Fer .h . . Card of Thanks are incomparably better and tilizer. We take this method of extend more permanent. ing our thanks to the many kind Very Hardy, Rank Growth. These reports are nothing more friends ho so patient ly rendered a help and words of encouragement than repetition of those which 1. Popular Candidate. S. Eubank, u former school A so well of tlidhrag that it has issued a bookjjeL telling how to Farm for Sale. fi00 acres, 4 miles north of Stanton, 4 room house, 10 acre tobacco bam, 100 acres in cultivation bal- after a continued illness of four years. Buiial Mond.iy in tli family burial ground. Deceased is survived, three boys and two daughters, and twelve grandchildren. All of her children were in attendance of lief death bed. Kentucky needs trend roads ami good schools more than anything else and when this State has both it will o forward with rapid stride toward business prosperity. Good roads help all classes in the community and the farmers get the most advantage. Frankfort News-Journal- . bat-gai- n The Bible study meetint: will be held in the home of Mrs. J. li. Eaton tomorrow niuht and the Ladies prayer meetint; will ln held with Mrs. J. D. Willhm, SweetCloverSeed. Tuesday afternoon. C. J. Davis, who has been hd school at Richmond, has boon sick and is now at the home of his father, 'Squire Win. Davis, at Vaughn's Mill. coniH from .jmairv.swlwiii of machine to be sold at a reasoua- ble price; has extended its grip to Canada and acquired control of the monoline, the only machine which has ever seriously competed with the linotype outside the United States, the manufacture and sale of the monoline country having been prevented by the linotype trut. TheCanadian reciprocity agreement will remove the tariff tax from wood pulp, paper and card- in-r- his mother, Mrs. AnierictisCurry,und may thev he so lovingly remem bered in suCh an ordeal which must some time come to all of us. The Family. Uranulrted Eye Lids Do not need to he cauterized or scarified by a physician. Suther land's Eagle Eye Salve is guaran. teed to cure them without pain It is harm!"") and a sure cure for granulated 'ids. iHn tubes at ail dealers. J Circular fr'ntl Prices;- country wherettthe King drag has been used. There is nothing complex or costly about the implement. Its inventor described ir in a newspaper article some time ago as "simple, cheap, tin Falmouth, Ky. couth, but efficient." Its special ty is the improvement of dirt ANTI-PAI- N roads, and it is the uniform test- DR. BELL'S For Internal and External Pains. imony of those who have tried it that it improves. A number of the agricultural experiment sta tious have been so impressed with its work that they have issued pamphlet descriptive of the drat; and the method of operating it. Counties which have a dirt road . tin. Saturday is all fools day. Ir. will be no trouble to find pocket books on 'this day. t , a Smooth-Ski- Bokhara Seed Co., Heads, Chap0, Pimples, Sores and all unhealthy conditions of the skin are unsightly and detract from the looks. Buy a box of Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salv, a creamy, snow what ointment, apply as directed and your skin will bo as clear as a babe's. At all dealers in medicines. Hlnct" Why Not Trade At the store where you can get everything you need and. save hunting all over town for some cle not kept by other merchants. arti- problem to deal with and most countries have should try the King drag. In the absence of metaled roads it seems to bo the next best thing and it involves no great outlay as is the case with more cumbersome and complicated road mahiuery. Courier-Journal. 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 Waltersville, Ky. We carrv a full line of General Merchandise and I 1 P$ W( i sea i are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us thov aro " i Bad Roads Again. ' l Our Stock is the Largest Kept in Powell County and every article is ihetU tlity vou may demand and the Price is Always Right. Give us your trade this year and see how easy and satisfactory it will be to both of us. Goads delivered free to all parts of, the city. Don't forget the place. The rains of this week will tend to put the roads back to their usual muddy condition at this season of the year. The dry weather the past several days had dried the roads out so thoroughly that they were as good as they get anytime during the year. Whore tney nave been ditched this Spring, now take no tice and seo how much better they will hold up tha,n where no work has been done. With the roads ditched on each side and Jlirown to the center and the King road drag is brought mto " use dirt roads are made just as good as it is possible to make them. There is OsJy 6m Pi This is Or, Dell'. It is tho o- rieinal and can be relied on in croup, oougiis,oiaB anu au iung and bronchial .troubles, Look for the bell on the Settle. ?: I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you arc not Already one of our many pleased customers, conio round ome duy and give our pjaco a look through and let us price you some of our I goods.They willopcu yoareyeetoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you livo in Clay City or near our store we will 'deliver the goods1' .33? C. SHIMFESSEL. -- This trouble should bo coii8iderabIrf.withi.a' serious trourighted sonic way and this spring bles with oneottlis eyes is much is the time to stnat it about. Wm. EvajipjUhd colored Clark Powell county people should county ronusnnD eveiiy thuksday. tradesman was here last remember that her business men week and bought a bunch of nice Subscription rates $1 a year or three do not always have to bo trans yearling cattle: and some hogs years in advance 82. planted to succeed well, though too. . $, many of them have done well by E. liurghcr, Publisher. W'. G. Patrick who moved from being transplanted to imaginary Entered ns second-clas- s mnll mntter. more productive Holds. Let's Kimbrell InsM fall to Wiltnore has moved backhand will continThursday, Mar. 30, 1911. build up our fields. ue to run his store, and be postWe will no longer lament the master at Ktmibrell. We extend CLUB RATES. exodus ot population lrom our n hearty welcome to Mr. Patrick For tlio convenience of our Bub fair State if it will be only the and family. , scrihers, we have' arranged club rates kind that, was indicted in Floyd with the following papers at prices Deafness Cahuot be Cured county last week for vote sell below mentioned: by local applications, ns they caning, and we are greatly interest' The Times and not reach the diseased portion Of Courier-Journ$1.00 ed in the growth of the State too, (C the car. There.is only one way to 10 1. Cincinnati Enquirer Some of the Republicans who cure denfness, and that is by it Louisvillo Herald 90 (i Home and Farm voted against reciprocity with remedies. Deafness is Inland Farmer 1.00 Canada do not believe in anv caused by an inflamed condition of t. !)0 American Farmer Kind ol reciprocal relations save the mucous lining, of the EustachSouthern Agriculturist 75 those between the trusts it ml the ian Tube. When this tube is inRepublican party. Courier -- flamed you have a rumbling sound The sensational indictment of Journal. or imperfect hearing, and when it 210 persons for voto soiling in closetf; Deafness is the A man not lit for a private is entirely Floyd county, Ky. is attracting result, and unless the inflammation State-wid- e comment. The price trust is just as unfit for a public can be taken out and this tube ranging from !f! 00 to $10 00 per trust, and no party should try to stored to its normal condition. vote. All classes of citizens are foster such a person on the peo hearing will be destroyed forever; included in the list, and Com ple because he is a good politi nine eases out of ten are caused by monwealth's attorney May says cian and .t "good fellow" too. Catarrh, which Is nothing but an more indictments will be niauV The Sheriff's race in this coun inflamed condition of the mucous at the June term. The votes it surfaces. seems wore sold in the hist Con- ty this fall seems to attract but We will give One Hundred Dol little attention. If future Shergressional race, thoiinh some are iffs can't help doing what some lars for any cnsevof Deafness (caus or the 15)00 election. May the wave of investigation extend all of the former Sheriffs have done, ed ny eatarrh) that cannot be cured b Hull's Catarrh" Cure. Send for over the Stale, and we believe it we think it best to go slow. circulars free. will, by releasing the buyer and Editor J. E. Burgher, of the F. .1. Cluney &, Co., Toledo, (). prosecution only the seller as Clay City Times, (Powell counSold by Druggists, 75c. was done in the Flo vd .county ty) not. only a lvocates good roads Take Hall's Family Pills for con cases. If the buyer is equally but shows Ins faith by his works. stipation. guilty with the seller it is too Helps to build the roads with his hard a proposition to prosecute own hand. Sun-Se- n SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE tinel. both, and by releasing the buyer, Good for Nothing but tho Eyes at least of the guilty If all the vote sellers wore sellers can be caught and made dealt with as they will be in 'pay the penalty of the law. Floyd county disfranchised, the Tenth would probably proud,-The census returns showingain y take a seat in the" Democratic BeB-increase in population greater in column again. some Republican counties than bndeavor Prayer Meeting. in some of the Democratic counProgram for Endeavor Prayer ties is giving courage to some Meeting Sunday eneving at 7 :00 I niembere of that party. That pril 2nd. the g. i). p. should gain in KenTopic "Lessons from Great tucky at this tune in Kentucky Lives." is a satisfied customer. Ask when in all other states in the Leader Miss Mollio Johnson. union the tide is waving to the your friend who"- does busSong Audience. Democratic side seems increduHi lilo Lesson (Joshua 1:11) iness wth the- CLAY . lous, but strange things do some- Leader. THE TIMES. keep. , Get IN Line. - v Now is the time to get into the right dress parade the procession of SPRING has started to-- SUITS you can get better clothes made your own measure from $5 to $8 less than other tailors charge. iiiEBniinElin al IBIBEIIIIDRIllilBI We are reaching out for bigger business We be- lieve in low prices and high quality and want to make your spring suit. Fabrics, fit, finish and quality are all guaranteed. You owe it to your-sel- f to get your money's worth and better clothes r. here is your chance come in today and be measured for a spring suit. Wl W. Williams. rh MILLS FIjOTJIv PROUD OF HER CAKES, Uread and pie? the woman is who bus nnde theni from Hoim: Mills' Success in bread or cake flour. linking is always sure to follow-wheyou life this high griide and satisfactorv Hour, sold everywheie. two-third- s IJBE mvv. iThe ' Advertisement - - times happen. Kentucky is still u stvong Democratic State, and has always been. It would never have gone Republican but for t lie party leaders at critical times. We should see well to it Lord's Prayer. "Joshua's Preparatio i forLifo" .Miss Maud Wariuouth. CITY gestion. NATION-sug- A I Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. L and follow his "Joshua CIioh' well .Mrs. hisParont-nge- this tune that no blunders are made, and let some of the Democratic papers, over the state quit knocking so hard at toiue of the candidates and the state committee. The Times ulways prefers to see good men nominated for even if on the Republican ticket we would rather see good men there than poor men so when they happen to come in, as lliey sometimes will, wo will have good ollicers. Tins is the reason why we should like to see Judge F.d C. O'Rear given the R "publican nomination for He is that party's best material, ;tml ho so being will help to spur the Democrats to put up a good man to beat him if possible together with a clean' ticket all fairly nominated. of-Le- e A. M. Hurgher. Duet by Abbie Roi ;ers arid Grace .Martin. "Let us do Wtdl our Part" Miss Hernice Clark. "Faithfulness to our Organization" Malcom Wood. "True to God Word" (Joshua, 5):15)) Miss Gertrude Volimer;. ' Song. "Joshua was Progressive'? i ; CLAY CITY Not Simply a NATIONAL BANK. i Edna Earnest. Quartet by Mrs. Tom Moutitz, Miss Hernice Clark, Messrs. Jod and Tom Mount.. Dr. Bell's Miss In tho MAHATH0N you get all this. Kow Is the time of year when yon'ore be-tfSflSS t0 thlDk f tl' C" yU l0teUd n't accept our niere statement. For Remember, when you buy. that the abso- - we can convince you oflts truth, lute limit of dollar lor dollar "turn la w h a cologne which describes. In reached In cars selling under 12,000. Wheu detali tne weaUu ol mechanical excellence, you pay more, your returns are not In pro. dn'anddependableutllltythatcharacter. L0,,t2J.?,lr'j?v??lm.t- - almply lzo the MAltATHON. a vou but car service. Buy correct design, occur- - And It's yours for the asking, ate construction and good materials. Uuy Won't you ask for ttt sound motor car vaiue. MARATIION models Include Torpedo Touring Car. Fore Door Touring a Car but Car Service Roll Call. Antiseptics alve Car. Standard Touring Car and Itoadster. and Torpedo Roadster. Prices from $1,500 to $1,700. Endeavor Henediction. Good for all Skin Diseases. SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tcnn. Gov-cino- r. SPOUT SPRING. Moses McKiuney vino Tuesday. went to Ir- - We Ask You , FRUIT and SHADE m - Asa Snowden has moved Win. Edge's property. i to T. S. McKiuney was inStantbu, two days of last week. to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure 1t will help you. Remember that this gfeat female remedy TREES ' &J kVoi BUCSuT3CnLi;3St;(,Ca:3l . atu &f 4 J Oi-'L-E- STU AW II I : it 11 V PLANTS SPECIAL. alM t. ' r lAV',.,,V'; I AparnuiH, Hlticltberries, Win- - im'i in. ik WiiicliCnter aiul ouoti .'uciviuuey was in Win. , Ml. and the railroad Chester the first of tho week. too, gets "scadi." if money from 11. H. Wiseman, of Clark conn-JClay City people is demonstrated .was here Tueijday after cattle, each court day at these Saturday and Sunday are regu. ces, and they also get lots of thht Cfhy City merchants la r preaching, ((ayn at thu Haptist uionev should got. They buy goods that church.' Comu out. our merchants do not nlwavs Win. Edge, who lias siili'erod. SU-rliug- ur y has brought relief to thousands cf other sick women, co why not to you? For headache, backachei periodical pa.nsMfemale weakness, many havo saldlt Is "the best medicine to take." Try Itl tUMiilkl III Sold in Tliis.'City Prize Collccti'm tl tba tntl I Tm.Iw I If ifcU't t ?,r liarh, (He. Write tO'(ioy; Mention tills Ptipcr. ilogue. evwa to fjeWYS Wo have no agents. H. F. & Hlllenmcycr Sons, - LEXWGTOX, - KY. THE AN ALL HOME-MAD- TIMES. E Dr. Martin reports fhe birth of Sweet Clover In Pendleton County. girl to Mr. and Mrs. Walter This wonderftit clover has Potts tho 24th. come to be of great importance Henry Tuttle, formerly of to the fanners of Pendleton counn Not Sisters Now ond again you see two women passing down the street who look like sisters. You are astonished to learn that they are mother and daughter, nnd you realize that cnjjti jo hj n woman ot forty or forty-fiv- e at her finest dnd fairest. Why Isn't it sop The general health of woman is so. intimately associated with the local health if-; of the csscntislly rins M at there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness. Spout Spring, but now who lives at Lexington, is confined to his Mar. 80, 1911. home from some serious iilllic- THURSDAY, tion, but when last heard from was improving. LOO A U BREVITIES. PAPER. Of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo the city Saturday. were sold in 1003 and not one word Attorney Hugh Jiiddell was of complaint, though every tube here Thursday from Irvine. was sold under a positive guarnn people tee It i9 good for nothing but the Quito a number of our were in attendance at Winches eyes. Ask your Dsuggist. ter court Monday. The L. & N. completed a branch The gross revenue of the Amer line from Pinevillo to Harlan ican Bell Telophone Company in this week, and as a result of its building the town has had a big 15)10 was $105,000,000. boom and many business houses For Croup and dwellings are going up. is the Dr. Hell's Miss Maud Fletcher left best known remedy. Do not ex morning for Miami, Texas, periment get the genuine Dr. Bell's to take charge of tho local tol ephono exchange there. Miss Judire T. J. Fletcher visited Maud is a deserving girl and has his sister, Ann E. Barnett in the very best wishes of a host of Montgomery county three days Powell county people. this week. lias Millions of Friends. Grover Barnett, who has been How would you like to number in the Lexington hospital, has your friends iiy the millions as sulliciently recovered as to be Bucklen's Arnica Salve dnee? Its out again. astounding cures in the past forty years made them. Its the best The Colds That Hang on readily curde by Dr. Bell's Salve in the world for sores, ulcers, Are It relieves the eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, cold and stops the couch. There corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, bruises, cold sore. litis no equal is only one genuine. for piles. 3flc at Swann-DaLumR. D. Ramsey, well known to ber Co.'k store. inany of our people, has bought The stockholders of the C. & the plant of the Winchester co O. R. R. have voted a bond issue verall Co. and will begin opera for $125,000,000 to run for twen-t- y tion at once. years. The money it is said J. N. Burgher and S. R. Cur will be largely used in improv tis were called to Winchester ing and extending its lines. the last of the week on account Attacks School Principal. of the serious illness of their relA severe attack on xblinol prin ative, Algin Burgher. cipal, Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Monday was indeed a typical Gt., is thus told by him. "For March day. The western wind more thun three years," he writes, n. blew hard all day enough to take T till iVtifaA i ttAaattfi the western fever off anybody if from rheumatism, liver and stom- they would just, stop and think. auh trouble and diseased kidneys. All lomedies failed tiil I used Elec (lives Prompt Relief tric Bitters, but four bottles of this William I. Douglas, Jr., of Washwonderful remedy cured me comington, D. C, I take great pleasure pletely." Such results are com in informing you I have used Dr. mon, thousands bless them lor und it gave Bell's curing 8tomuch trouble, female nit almost instant relief. complaints, kidney disorders, bil Everett Moliuld left. Monday iousness, nnd for new health nnd morning for tiardis, Miss, whore Mgor. Try them. Only 50c at lie has accepted a position in the Swann-DaLumber Company's large lumber plant at tlmt place store. which pays him a handsome When Richmond voted dry it did not stop. The citv council n there has passed nu ordinance l)r. Bell's A sudden attack of (iholora Morbus raising the license on soft, drink is dunyuroiiM. Keep Dr. Boll's parlors to $1,000 per year payaAnti-Paiat hand, a done relieves ble in advance and the penalty almost instantly. It also cures of their license being revoked if Diarrhoea, Crumps, Flux and all they sell anything not covered by their license. Another caso Bowel Complaints. of where it is intended that The strike of white firemen on Prohibition will prohibit". the Queen and Crescent has come A Fierce Night Alarm to an end nnd trains are running is the hoarse, startling cough of a as formerly. Tho strike caused uhild, suddenly attacked by croup. six men to he killed und as many Often it aroused Lewis Chambliu, more wounded. of Mancheoter, 0., R. R. No. 2 Many are becoming impatient for their four children were greatly about their fishing season being subject to croup. "Sometimes in se Wo would vere attacks," ho wrote "wo wore so slow to return. rathr have the money spent for afraid they would die, but since lishing tackle this spring in Clay we proved what a certain remedy City than to have all the fish this Dr. King's' Now Discovery is, we mve no fear. We rely ou it for tackle will catch. croup and for coughs, colds or any Kills a Murderer. So do throat or lung troablo. A merciless murderer Is Appon-dicit- i thousands of others. So may you. wiih iiiauy victims, but Dr. thma, Hay Fever, La Gr'ppe, King's New Kilo Pills kill it by Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages fly prevention. Tlii-- goutly etimuhte before it. oOu and $1.00. Trial feloniach, liver and bowels, preventbottle free. Sold by Swann-Daing tlnt clogging that iuvites iUinber Co. otuiiig Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Chills, :25u Dr. Bell's .at Swami'Di.y l.nmber C'o.'b store. For Coughs and Cold.. Pine-Tar-Hon- ty. Our chief products are to- S. R. Russell, of Irvine, was in 300,000 Tubes y bacco, cattle, sheep. una dairying ; and sweet clover plays u more important role in all those than auy othor thing. We have here, alfulfn, red clover and timothy: but today wo have morn acres in BWcet clover by lar than any other grass. It furnish es fino pasture either alone or mixed with other grasses; it is the earliest grass in the spring and the lust to yield to freezes in the autumn. No grass is equal to it for milk producing und beef making. It is the hard ieBt grass we have, growing on all kinds of soil, on barren placse in washes where it soon levels them up. Its great growth, exceeding ten feet in heighth and so thick that it heaps upon the ground a muss ot litter, which together with the large roots covered with nitrogen nodules, quickly fertilizes and richens the poorest soils. For hay it is second only to alfalfa, yielding several cuttings a season. It furnishes more honey than any oth er plant, und is ibout on a par in quality with white clover honey. The seed is gathered by hand and furnishes a handsome return to the farmer for his labor. Only a few years ago swept ciover was fought by our farmers as a weed pest until they discov- ered its value. Many farms nnd fields that have been abandoned by the owners, now produce splendid crops of tobacco after being in sweet clovev a fewyearj It can be truthfully said this clover has been the means of re deeming large areas of poor wash ed and abandoned lands in this conntv. Falmouth Pe u d e- blue-grnss, Women who hare suffered from this trouble have found prompt relief and cdre In thb use of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. It girts vigor and vitality to lEb organs of womanhood. It clears the complexion, brightens tile eyes' arid reddens the checks. g No alcohol) or drugs is contained In "Favorite Prescription." Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Eyery letter is held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address: World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y. habit-formin- We have the largest and plete line of mosT: 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, Cor. Main and Broadway, Wincheer, - Ky. 1 toniau. rtn am.SEEDS we will aend .aaltYarlaUaiCklMnmrfcWi FOR 10 CENTS postpaid our FAMOUS COLLECTION 10. lk.Nni,Tnii. FrhutM Raahk t ptf S.IMJra.1., CaferT It. . . . t lf. ttrij 50. 1 kr. . . lla IrrawMl rtSa... s 1 plr. fallarlaa Barl.1 lattaa. .... .... ... . special mm Fresh. Reliable. Turt Guaranteed to Pleats ETery Oarflmer and Planter aliould teat the tUDerlor mcrltaofOur Northern OrownSeeda. Spring and Summer . Writ, todayl Band 10 Mate to halp ay paftaffa and paealuf and rttaiia th. aUma "Famoua Collaction, with our N.w and Inrimrtlf. Oard.n fluid. 1383 ti.oo tb 10. Goods. We invite you to call and see our ORKAT NOKTHKKN SKEIl CO. Kose St, Koekfonl. Illinois y line in- 4 s ? SI Anti-Pul- OAPITAti STOCK. $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. 1 0O.OOO THE of Spring and Summer goods. terest you who appreciate f3 We can te up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. Kv. We have nil the new things in Dress Goods, Neckwear, n Winchester Bank. OP WraOIlBTKlt, it N.HOLI.Y WlTUlSUHPOOM, PllKS. 3 W. Tt. SPIIAK. Oaniiikii. j3 a etc., & etc., for women and misses. We are sole agents for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, and have all tlio new styles In low-cuts, 5 YOUR AOOOUNTS SOUOITKD 3. 3 both in oxfords and pumps. of 6 1 frM AI t"3 ... SM IA3 tfl Z.1 Wtl a We also have a lino millinery. This season our hats Cin-nat- i, will all bo trimmed by one of the best milliner firms in and of course will be right up to the minute. J.P.riAUPPIN, Watchmaker 15 We would like to show you men and boys our lines of clothing, hats, shoes, neck wear, Bhirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for we feel sure that we can suit you, also that you will seo that we will save you money. We handle "Walk-Ove- Jeweler. mm Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACAll Kinds of TION GUARANTEED. r" 6hoes for men and boys, and have all the new things in low cuts. Line ot We also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Rugs, Wall Paper, Cook Stoves, Roofing, and ete. Jewelry & Spectacles. Call In fact think can supply your every wunt. y aad see me In the Red River Hotel ButkilBg, KENTUCKY. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey CLAY CITY, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Ji A. FACTORY Join My Piano Club. Save nil Helling Casl I a well nit Joliliers', dealers' uml solicitors' profit. Retail Price. Club Price. rM-n- i MiwsitiBSia ii awBuyuaDau S4DO.OO $275.00 $820.00 $370.00 Makes you a mombor sonds a piano to your homo and savos you tho mldd lemon's profit. $28B.0O $172.00 S2B2.BO $248.00 ' '""kjunliWunDn firKoops j 'mm ti n 'ii r Jim v ip Jl up your duos and In caso of doath glvos you rccolpt In full for your "A WEEK Send in tho coupon today HOME i piano. i crms y.?y nlchcst aualltr. unlimited coaranteo. satisfaction or money refunded. A till irreatcr redaction by mini our Kerf coupon plan, tail or write for ex- - Jor-s-s pianaiory Dooiuei at once. f rental. , less man - x t r -- uJi tin nii-p- n 0. i EVANS PIANO M Uri ANUFACTURFRS FREE 30 NOT Yoiir rgan DAYS TRIAL ONE RED CENT IN ADVANCE. riiUiv J ''r rr.. 8 iftirnicnf i mils before yoa buy If loom, ship my orcan bsck al mT you. saves J35 to 50.) I'll nrova this beyond the shadow of a doubt If you will let me ship you one of my Adler Organs on free trial. I prors fry .A .' 'rf"VV From My Factory Direct to w v The Piano and Organ Matter CYRUS I- - ADLER Trust You The Nightingale ol Organ rii MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY I'vo busted the hot air bubbleTof the dealers, atrenta and middlemen of this country by selltns: direct to the homes at the same price they formerly paid mo for my organs. I SEND ME YOUR NAME 111 send you free of charge and postpaid the molt wonderful organ boo t and buying piana you evor saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the b!itoganbutdonotri'"'S'"JBny proof. Ito,nd nereis the proof. I own my own timber lands, aw mills, dry kilns end factory. Idonothave to pay one penny of profit for lumber or milling. Tho p ?lt that ctliar manufacturers pay to lumber and saw rmlK I put into my Adler Organs, (The NhrhttuinUcs of Organs). That's the reason my organ is better than any other make. Another 1'ro.rl i KU&rr.uiuM in organs for 60 years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years, tho llnn'tthls mean something? My kellinir plans nro my fairest, si --.plest, safest and easiest ever pla.:t ,.befomt': Amcr. an public.. In tnat I rmnt customers all the time they want, arrange tliPiTavT.rct3 a j it s'lita their inrorij ur.d circumstances, give them reasonable extensions 1 1 time If tniy enn't mset their payments and charge them no Interest. Ask srme of your neighbors who ohnutthl. ThaVr the bent prool you can ccU 1 would just as Boon give yoa $1,009 iuu.idif youcibjicale Uil3 propoaiuon. whether yiu want to buy or not and A2Y hu a tore nearv to thn human voice, u pure sinking tone that lasts a life time and it won the highest Lou:s W'oila's iair, an.;tl.'.r pi " m oivans t. a the beet. Everybody Is buying an ewi!iyarMi everybody is ouj inr.n Adler .n account of its high quality, wearing qualities, si 'omul reputation. Iomselliiicthemfsr Uiatliandea!rsuiir.ccntsaret!ellinccbeapcrgradeorgans an'l wlicn yj a srnp ti think and mains that when ycu buy from one of thesa middlemen you murt 1m7 his proilt, time, calesraoii'j eaUriic, btore lcr.U ir.tl other expenses, my clTcr metrns a wholx lot a d n.'.U bf on yoa 43 tho l:tn,r of money cavers. My world's greatest organ factory is working dky-- and niiiht. cr'ndlng out tha organs omcred, and th! j condition was brought about by the fair and lirv-treatment i na:.cn out to my ni'iomci a, now cumDenng over 75.io -- wnenever 1 sell an r- ..vs otood the te3t ur.' Vays will. Uni A I" It! ciu -- ; 4VflL3ou. pnzcat th"St. ttSid at (JUL NICSnNGALE OF ORGANS) There mHopc. people in Kentucky have A few been untiringiitheir endeavor People-FREt to create a "goou roads" a in tins Stafe. Their have not been wholly void Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery of good ell'ects. 'The enthusiasm SENT FREE. shown by the earjiest advocates has been caught up by others, mid I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of ehiuge, l there is hope thrft the ni&xt in a plain ordinary sealed envelope to any one who will write me for it. Assembly will strongly State aid for bettering Just send me your name uml add test at once and you will receive the. Kentucky roads. Maysville In- recipe by return mail, charges paid. I will also send you free of charge dependent. my book, ''How to Get Well" for your guidance. T think it is my duty Do your Easter shopping early. to hplp tu tiering humanity to this extent, and hope you will be one of the thousands who are being cured dailv by this wonderful discovery. Jack Spratt's Platter. Sit down todav and write me, us vou raav not see this oiler again. Jnck Sprntt would eat no fat I know my treatment is n safe unci sure cure for Rheumatism, DiaHis wife would eat no lean, betes, Dropy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipation, Indigestion, HeadSo betwixt them both They ate one goat, ache, Dizziness, Kidney antl Ulndder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impure And licked the platter clean. Mood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, .Malaria and all And speaking of platters reminds Uric Acii' Diseases. us that ajjreatmanv families would Hoston, Mass. Box 209 1 Dr. D. .1. WALSH, iiKe 10 nave a new pittiter mi ueco rate the table with',! and we are go'ing to tell them how to get it. am r tjaBMdsSaiLaHIUliHl The American Farmer, publish-eat Indianapolis, is giving away n beautiful Violet Dinner Set free, including a .lack Spratt Platter-wh- ile they last to u certain number of our readers. Nearly all women suffer at times from fomnlft This Violet Dinner Set is of fine ailments. Some women suffer more acutely and ;ritde, lit;hi in weight, very tong"h more constantly than others. But whether vou have antl durnl'le. It is snowv white in little pain or whether you suffer intensely, you color mitl hits u genuine china glitz-- , giving the set u smooth and should take "Wine of Cardui and get relief. The hbapes velvet' appeiiraiice. Uardui is a sate, natural medicine, for women. are latest Haviland design, with prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in tleep, acnllnped edges, handsomely acts easily on the female organs and gredients, ornamented with scrooi work. Ench nnH a frirna ctvnn piece is decorated with a beautiful 'liif-'eof violets, with flowers nnd .Teen leaves i n natural colors. Each piece also has sin elaborate r of vining sprays in gold all baked in and glazed over o t hit t. the decorations are in no way affected by ivear or washing, J 38 antl uill be found just as bright and attractive after years of service as at the time we send them to you. Mrs. Yerna Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. She write3 ; Every piece is parfectly made, vpry "Cardui lias done more for ine.ifcan I can describe. Last spring 1 handsome in design and finish. It was taken with fomalo inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to when will be a beautifubsurprise no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do ou see it. my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. Any reader of this piper who stamps or ten sends 5 AT ALL DRUG STORES' cmts silver to the American Farmer for three month' subscription can leant how to get this hand-oniViolet Dinner Set free. Ameiicaii Farmer, IndianapSlWflRY OF L. & E. TipiE TBLE. olis, Indiana. sonti-tnencam-paign- $5.00 Recipe Cures. Sick E (Jen-ora- : - in , d Woman's Friend I nrf-- - it - r semi-borde- las CARDUI The Woman's Tonic two-ce- e Ad-lre:- -s Riist-Roun- West-Boun- d. rnt u NOTICE. PUBLIC SALE AND ; No. 2. Dailv. L. ;j .M. Ni.. 1, Daily. A M. No. I, Stations. Daily A. JL No- - 3 ' No. 5, Sttndav A. M. 10:25 9:40 0:34 9 :20 9 :02 - P. M. 0:05 . ..LaImaU . T. 1 J TM l. 1. 1.. If. ' T ....1J f . to u!l to dealers only, but when I found out that they cold my organs for twice and three times as rnuv i as thoi n'l me, niukibi; the pour people bloed for it, I was thunderstruck and quit. I rent out o rollers thn they couldn't buy another orcan from me, that 1 meant to pell direct to the bonne Kiving thiffl tho enormous, unrcawnablo profits and expenses Oiey were charging them. Tn'f:ctTreioirFm&'3 a munucrrjoic zrom a ciear BKy, in round numoers i ve savea my customers Orcr 75.000 cf t Ti) at l"i:t 2.6J5.000. a'l of wh'ch woull have cone to the dealers had I sold the orgj.c &ti. You surely appelate wtot thU means. -thcu-iKlihi-iut- iofS0'J AELElc CuTi.JS SAVED 52,323,000 RENTING OF Montgomery NEAR '1 Go. Farm, :'.- - ?:;); 8:i:j S I CAHARdO. ;i::n .":."" ;i :58 4 Mo i 1 s:42 !) mrimmr E55 Yom Piano r "TTTMftrTI NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU Ii ilmpl? tfala, I will iblpyoo.onMdayifrettritl.wiyoriavayoa wmt, oa tnjr retioottl termiyoa mijrscstit,tt It lalts your Income b1 clrrumittQcvi. If yoa ktrp It at tb end of th trial perMi which I know yoa will, you cn py H cub or a tmnll iudi down and the balance monthly, quarterly, tml. annually or any other reasonable way. If at any time yoa can't meet a payment when U'a due, 111 gladly (Ire yoa a reasonable ettenilon of time. Yoa eball not Inconfenlenre yourself by baying an Adler. for I'm going to make It the eaakit purchase yoa erer made. I'll charge yoa do Interest as other organ mm are doing. If yoa don't keep my organ be cauao lca uotae represented, yoa can ahtj It back at my est penie and I'll jay yoa tverycent you paid for freight, ao yoa Furthermore, If at any lime wltl lose eltolutely nothing. within a year, my organ doea not bold op to ercry claim I made, yoa can ship It bark at my expense and 111 return to yoa f cry dollar of the purchase price with 6 per cent. Interest and all freights paid. I can agree to do tble because I know bow my organs are made and posltieely know they always make good. be uritltrsienedwill, on ' .MONDAY. APRIL 17, 1911, beioi; County Court day, at the c urt hoiiee door, Alt' Sterling, Ky, (.'inning nt abiut II o'clock a. in ' offer at public, sale the tract of acie .if hind lying in Mont-g- o I :0! 10 1.") Lexington, Vinchester, L. tt K. .1 unction, Imliaii Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, II' ;d y n, ( 0:55 9:12 9:00 8 :45 8 :25 5:20 5:07 4 :5:$ 4 :!35 8:15 8 :()!) 4:20 4 :20 8:54 8 :48 :14 ::io :4:i 8:03 4:14 :57 3 :55 :) 8:42 S :28 n :20 4 ::).r Nttural Bridge, atupti.n .Tnnctlon, 7 :48 7 : 15 7:05 :oo Jticl'siiu, :() 2:20 cotintv. y,, near Camurgo (5:10 11 : 10 1:50 Quicksand, adjoining the lands of J. S. Htgie. Oongleton and otheis; being the The Following CONNECTIONS are made Duily Except Sunday. same tract of lund'eonveved by J, Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with th" O. & 0. Rail, L. & E. Junction: ii :0.11 1 4:17 5:10- lo 1 :17 T rrc .i Bcattyville Jet, :lo mo-- v (. 7:o() 7 :07 3:41 3 :20 8:15 7 :54 & IC. Junction, 0:15 0:10 2:25 My Piano Offer The Greatest I'.y hl.h grade world's famous Adler Sc Jtlitrn Concert Grand Pianos ca I bo had d, -.t from my factory on the samo liberal b j. tug plans as cpplivd to toy Adler 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I guarantee all my organi forflO years, something no other organ man will do. My guarantee bond It the strongest eter k your banker or any of my local written axd If yoa will bank i or tha editor of this paper ai to my reliability, yoa will be told that X am as aound aa a rock, that you caa safely enter Into any transaction with ma and that all of my dealings are on the eqaare. Send your name for catalog and buying plans, Vou will be under no obligation wbateeer, Stool and Instruct tloa book glieawltb etery organ. CRYUS Or-.t.- i. S. IJogio to Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks by way for Mt. Sf.rling, Ky. tleetl recorded in the office of the Campton .Junction: Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Mnun clerk of the Montgomery County tain Central Railway for passengers to and from Campton, Ky Cum t. 'i Nos. 2 will connect with the L. & A. RailBeuttyville Junction: way for Beattyville, Ky. Have arranged ffor a pass-waNos. 3 and 4 will connect with the O. & K. RailAll this In ml is in, grass except ten 0. & K. Junction: way for Caanel City, Ky. and way sta one. If not sold,' the farm will acres. be rented then und there to the y. Iu tune, excellence, workmanship, nut rial and finlih they liave no superior, if an e'lui, and, I can savo you $100 to Thvy are artistic In dtclgn. built to ti 1. a l.f time, havo a tone as clear and I' i a ai a bell, tod a wonderful, easy, cku highest bidder. Terms inude known on day of stile. a- L ADLER, Pres. Adler Mfa. MAIL Y Co. t juih. I S3 Years "tot I. cc4rf and Instruction book given withrviry puino, Smd for catalogue and Cuuranlced fr--r TEAR THIS OUT. Mrs. PEARL CRAM, - Executrix of Mrs, Lizzie Brooke. I Bourbon Poultry Cure la recognized as thostandartl poultry remedy ot too world. It l.s tho onu remedy that can be depended uu witu ttuttoiubeccrcuiuty vj curu auu prevcub SAVE YOUR FOWLS Oapos, Cholera. Koup, llmberneck, Dltrrboca and ull existing forms of poultry in the drinklnir water keen fowl, tin<hv frco (root disease. A 6o Lottie makes 13 galloon of medicine, i'or euueH. A tow droud Uiyirjplacs. Make cross In the circle for organs or pianos or write your came and address on a postal card or in a Utter, stating which you want piano or organ description. Don't enclose any stamp. I pay all charge. Write plainly. too irtuimcni oi uiacKouJU una omer Qitoasea in turkoyH enrt's ( .... MiXisfis Crfattst In the World s t want your (s organ uook. u Hits rm ch-s- te a. t ..-- I? aMi .bullied liruiiiHiy i Bourbon Poultry Cere HAS eiioio, tor i"I'atebipnsV I want plcturui and f ull des- ci tpuoa oi your pianos. B NO EQUAL- I ralwd hundruli cl chiciiras Iih lioniruim giving ihcm IJoitilx n lVraltpy Cure, i find it aiu.owiuUr lij.i.i-..- J t4u.tw.uck," I Moat Address County SUte I 1 llVfACiUNICJ). lu atainpaRtriRWIUIIi book for turaluabla 8n'l uhI fATKHTS, ptutner. lu net yttet will I B WMrli U aud How IKLLIniorMuUion. miuaila 3 imUMst TO OSTAIM Miy, otlawr 1 n ;t, ..i kstrii. lun rucCRCPOKTonias4a,Ulliy. in ill axnftrU.Oit NO riK. I rau.m. ark k. i ttvMU Mini mitvrttriu. IVtfU I Mrs. W.W.Ksliton IIopklaivHlc,Kr.,fir' "I hsv. be.it rsIilDgchlcUeoi ioruc.ily niiyycrt snj Itouitna I'oultry Cum Is the inoit ttlUI joory laueJ 1 Uo ctcr UmJ tw Ci.u:. i.J U.fta." ManufKturtd Ih F.P.CIy,raiIi,Ky.,iT!"Lnycr oulrbr OWUIUUll Druggists. y All Leading rjUIIICUV.VO,, LuinW BOo per'Qottle, K... U. S. A. Trial VIjI Free. Ttr.i AJIer Factory City i'ims.: ri b PATENT LAWYERS. 303 Seventh St,. tWMMMtos. 0. C. 0. SWIFT k CO. Saldby Swann-Da- Lbr."Co Hardwick & Co., Stanton. . eBMKanaBHaeaaaaaMM Clay City.