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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 6, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911040601_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.): April 6, 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 'CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year ia Advance. We arc here to help Clay City; 5 fi SorroDnJing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. liurqbcr. Publisher. VOL XVI. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY, KLY., times fail, the restrictions and safe guards thrown around a National Bank by the law authorizing their charter, is far reaching and ell'ective. The Treasury Department, under whose scrutiny every National Bank operates, hns in its employ more than one hundred National Bank examiners; official examinations are made of every National Bank at least twice a year, and a report of their condition is made to the Comptroller of the Currency. Besides this, the Comptroller calls for live statements during the year,at dates previously unknown to the Bank. These statements are condensed and published lor information of the public. These personal examinations involve the counting of cash on hand, listing and examining the notes, bills receivable and othur assets, reconciling its accounts with oth er banks, examining the stock ledger and the personal bunds of the officers of the institution; tIuRSDAY. APRIL We had occasion to publish in a recent issue, a copy of the statement, of the Clay City National Bank-- as of March 7th, 1011, made at. the instance of the Comptroller of the Currency. We intended at the time to make some comments on same, but the lack of time and space prevented. As we have often times said, the Clay City Tinifj is here to help the town, the County, the State and itself; and in doing so, it is our pleasure to refer to this institution and its , able and progressive management, as one of the staid and useful assets of the people and the town. This institution was organized in 1889, under a charter granted by the United States government, as provided for in the National Bank Act. At that time, banking institutions in the mountain sections of the State of Kentucky 'were scarce, especially National Banks. If our information serves us correc'tly, there were between eleven and tw'elve thousand National and State Banks in the United States. The minimum capital of u National Bank-athat time, was $50,000 00. Since then, however, amendments have been adopted, to the National Bank Law, 'permitting t -- NaiiouaKflankfljto.orgaiiizoith 5,ro6o.o6capita"l," been, and is a and nn important facto"! to the business interests of this and the sur rounding Counties to the farm er as well as' the commercial en terprises, and i& deserving of the business and financial patronage of every individual in this section. It has been the means of assisting a number of business people who had ability, good in tentinn, ana little means; and but for being personal in our ref erence, we could name more than one substantial and prosperous business man whose first linan cial assistance was ohtainci tnrough tins institution; and some of the besf friends the in stitution has today, are men it thus assisted in their start ; an it is still ready!to serve, and now invites connection with business people who are doing a commer cial business. It will extern them all the facilities andaccom modations warranted by the sta bility and integrity of the busi and in any cases where irregular uess and its proprietor. ities appear either from the ex THKIR PUBLISHED STATEMENT. animation or the detailed reports With reference to the statecalled lor by the Comptroller, ment ahove referred to, we note the officials of the Bank are call- that their individual deposits ed on by the Comptroller, for an subject, to cheok, amounted to accounting and reckoning. The $87,275.811 ' Thjs money repre National Laws lix severe penal sents the business and active ac ties for violation of the law, for counts of indfviduals and Arms false entries, and for the sup doing business with the bank, pression of facts iu connection and in many cases, the savings of with' the books and recordsof the working people and farmers, in6titim-ndd I 0. 1911. find NO. JI which has suited in a large increase of the organization of Nation il Banks; and today, it is safe to say, that to there are from twenty-ontwenty-twthousand State and Private Banks in the United States, with an aggreguto capital around .W.OOO.OOO.OOU.OO and an segregate deposit of $13,000,000,-000.0exclusive of Saviugs Banks. e o 0, rV ngia requirements ana caretul their savings, scrutiny of the Federal Govern ment, the depositors are also pro tected by the double liability of the stockholders of a National Bank. C0MMKUC1AI, USEFULNESS. BAHKTY OF NATIONAL BANKS. While banks may, and do some Ill the outset, it was our pur pose to call attention of our read ers and the citizens of this sec tion, to the importance of a good u ry, $30,148.81 banking institution in our midst. Also an investment in Clay City National, has The 1st Mortgage 5 Bonds, issued by dif- have chosen this bank as their depository. In looking over their assets, to as certain in what way they are us- ing and investing thesp funds, we note that they have on hand cash, and deposited in other banks, which is subject to their sight draft, and in'the hands of the United StatesTreas- - the institution, and is a successful business man of considerable means accumulated by his own I'EllSONNErj OF THE MAXAOEMENT. lie bears a The Bank is managed by the business ability. following gentlemen, who con- splendid reputation for btiinc- stitute the Officials and Direc- integrity, and his clean busi'iuis tory : methods fully warrant the beM that can be said of him. B. Russell, President, Frank Mr. A. T. Whitt, Cashier, ;s J as. B. Hall, A. T. Whitt, Cashier, likely the youngest man connectChas. Scott, He is a large stockholder, ed. Jno. D. Atkinson. well liked personally and in a, All of whom are well known to business way by all who come in the people of this section. xll contact with him. The fact that are stockholders, and men of ex- Iip is a larue stockholder, show perience and business ability, his faith in the ultimate succors who have been successful in their of the institution. Ills whole respective lines of business, and time and enemy are devoted to whose individual worth, repre- its welfare and upbuilding. sents in the aggregate, consideraThe Clay City National Bank, bly more than tbe capital stock has in the past, had some losses: and individual deposits of the but. successfully has passed bank they manage. through two severe panics, that, Mr. Frank B. Russell, who is of 1803, and that of 15)07, but has now President of the Bank, and come out unharmed and without Mr. Scott, have been stockholdthe depositors, at any timebeinu ers in the bank since its organi- in danger of losing one cent or zation. The latter was its first becoming entangled, as has been President, and has been almost the case with many other institucontinuously connected as a Di- tions less carefully managed and rector. On this account, both In spite of the diftake a personal and individual ficulties it has encountered, it pride in the welfare of the bank has paid its stockholders more and its success. than $50,000.00 in dividends since Mr. Hall and Mr. Atkinson, its organization, and under the have each been interested as present careful, conservative and progressive management, wo dt stockholders and business patrons not hesitate to predict continued of the bank for a great, many and increased success in the fuyears; --f be lattor has been its ture. We are glad of an opportunity Attorney for some twelve years; and we note iu this connection, to call the attention of our readthat he has had but little to do ers and the business public to the Clay City National Bank and in the way of litigation on behalf its efficient management, and to of the bank in our local courts, commend it to all as a most, sub which speaks well for the paying stantial institution in whoo fu qualities of our local citizens, ture success we have unqualified who in the course of business, faith. Vice-President, safe-guarde- mention of the large legal reserve held by the Clay City National Bank, and shown in the statement, above referred to. we make special it neceaiy to borrow from the bank. Mr. Hall i Vice-Preside- of Just Received a nice line of ferent Railroad and Traction Companies amounting to - - 28,418.08 (Thesobondsare listed securities,andare easy and quick salo any day) Making a total of - WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky. 1 m Waltersville, h4 $ &4 ft We curry a full line of General Merchandise and $03,600.89 Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Under the National Banking Act, all National Banks outside of large cities, are required to keep cash on hand and with are soiling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are 14 M their Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL designated reserve agents, 15 of their total deposits, which is deemed necessary far the usual conduct of their business, and for the protection of their active accounts. Siich a per cent, of re- servo is considered safe and sufficient, but we note that this institution has taken the double precaution of carrying a cash re serve of about 40, not including their bouds, which is a guarantee of safety to the depositor, that ho m a v get his money anytime it is called for, and reflects credit on the management of thi institution, and shows their due regard for 'the safety and protection of their depositors. We note that tbe 138 National Banks in the Stat of Kentucky outside of Louisville, at the close of bus iness on Vroh 7th last, had au average lgal reserve 0f only 10.00. As againet this average, ft' 1 Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, couio round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" Every popular principle in tlio Republican party today is un idea of one man and that man idea being adopted by the Re l'UJULISUED EVKHT T1I0U3DAV. publican party put them into of o Subscription rates $1 a year or three fico in 1908, and tho rejection these ideas put thorn out iu 1910, years, in advance That man is none other than the I. B. Uurghcr, I'ublisher. iu the Unitei: greatest state-maStates today if he cannot be c Entered as necond-clas- s mail matter, though his lectod President principles of good governmen Thursday, April 0, 1911 are idolized W. J. Bryan. THE TIMES Officers' Salaries Increased. $1.00 know he will be harder to beat trees and blowing down fencing Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 than any other man in the party everywhere. Louisville Herald 90 right, we would State or Ohio, City op Toledo, ) ss Home and Farm 75 but that's all Lucas Uotjntt. Inland Farmer We are 1.00 rather beat a good man with a out for bigger business We beAmerican Farmer 90 good man. A good man ought Frank J. Cheney makes oath that Southern Agriculturist 75 to beat a sorry man any day. to he is senior partner of the firm of lieve in low prices and quality and F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business It is estimated that Kentucky in the City of Toledo, County and make your Wc are authoriled to announce suit. Fabrics, fit, flnish and will make forty-seve- n H. G. GARHEIT, million State aforesaid, and that said firm fit Clark county, as a candidate for gallons of whisky this year, over will pay You owe to your the sum pf ONE HUN Railroad Commissioner mlf, a gallon for every man DRED DOLLARS for each and ev in this the Third Kentucky District, your money's worth and self to woman and child in the United clothes dUDject to the action or the Kepubli ery case of Catarrh that cannot bo States. Somebody's going to get curod by the use of Hall's Catarrh can party. more than his share and get in here is your chance come in today and be Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. in this issue appears the an- - trouble, too. Courier Journal. Sworn to before me and subscrib suit. nouncenient of H. G. Garrett for ed in my presence, this 0th day of measured for "Says the colonel to the ne liuilroad Commissioner in this disgroes: The worst thing that can December, A. D. 1880. trict. This the Third District, is A- - W GLEASON, mppen to you is to get conceit t&EAI.J largely Republican and a RepubliNoTAKY PUIIMCK yet the colonel didn't can will be elected as has always ed." And Hall's Catarrh Cure if taken in seem to know what was the worst been done before. This being the thing that could happen to him ternally, and acts directly on the cabe, we want Green Garrett to win blood and mucfut surfaces of the self. the nomination. Not solely be system. Send for testimonials free. ho is an county F. J. Chtney & Co., Toledo, O One thousand seven hundred man but because he is so richly de and seventy seven men have been Sold by Druggists, price 75c. serving. He came up under ad ndicted in Adams County, Ohio, Take Hall's Family Pills for con verse circumstances and has forged for selling votes, and nobody stipation. to the front as a business man un seems as yet to have been able SUTHERLAND'S EAfiLE EYE SALVE til he Btands today in the front to find out who bought them. Oood for Nothing but the Eyes ranks of Eastern Kentucky in The man with the pull may se which is included his adopted coun 11 cure a nomination and may lose in ty Clark. Not only is be a leading business the iiual xaco for the 6ame rea man, but he has a knowledge of son. It pays to' vote for unobjec- - Condensed the duties of the oflice that no oth tional men in thepnmary if thoy at close of business PROUD OF HER CAKES, er candidate possesses. He, being be not our choice. MARCH 7th, 1911 Bread and pies the woman is who n large shipper of lumber and othGovernor Willson doesn't like (Comptrollers' Call) J er commercial articles he knows has made them frnm Hot'E Mills' O'Rear for Governor. Well, we something about the business that of the flour. Success in bread or cuke J udge not, but Willson is small peculiarly fits him for the place. baking is always sure to follow potatoes by the side of such a CLAY CITY NATIONALHe knows what it is to pay too when you use this high yrade und man as O'Rear and that amounts I much freight; he knows what would , satisfactory flour, sold everywhere. , to but little. be about right for freight and j in CLAY CITY, KY. knows how to govern the passenger McCreary had opposition for traffic from practical experience. Governor last week but the track Everything points to his nomina- is clear again this week. Judge RESOURCES. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. tion and election when another Reed, of Paducuh wus brought Loans and Discounts, . . . S 208.08 Powell boy will be justly and fit- out against him but it- didn't last Overdrafts, 25,200.00 U. S. Bonds, tingly honored. ong. Bonds, Securities, otc, . 28,418.08? Courier-Journ- al ary. CLUB RATES. The interests seem to be a For tbe convenience of our sub A hard gale of wind blew Tues ecribers, we have arranged club rates gainst O'Rear for tho Republi with tlio following papers at prices can nomination for Governor and day night tearing parts of roofs below mentioned : that is why wo would like to see from houses, blowing down aonie The Times and him get tho nomination. We light out buildings, uprooting Tho salary of County Judge and County Attorney was at the beginning of their terms fixed at $800 each and the salary of Superintendent of schools at $450. The salary of the Superintendent of schools wo learn was raised this week to $500. Attorney Phillips sued for an increase and won His case in the Circuit court last week. Thus tho" salaries are back to what they formerly were) except, the County Judge's sal Get IN Line. Now is the time to get into the right 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. reaching high want spring quality are all guaranteed. it get better a spring Mrs. J. W. Williams. vi u USE WIPE rh MILLS FLOUR Statement BANK, ....... On the first page of this issue we Votesellers are being indicted give a "write up" of the Cly City in Knott county too in Judge .National Bank, ,Ve do this be- Gardner's Court, 87 being caugth cause this institution is so deserv- in the trap. ing and is one of the leading enterWhenever, politics enter at the prises. Not only of Powell counschoolhouse door, discipline and ty, but of Eastern Kentucky as well. It is an institution in which ther desirables leave by the Real Esrt ate, Furnituriiond Due from U. S. Treas. . . 1,250.00? Cash und due from Banks 33,898.31 S $141,505.94 S Fixtures 4,425.00 feel justly proud, and one which if Clay City had more the like of in various other lines of business would be the caugo of a much more important city both because of Btrenfth financially and the meeting of the country's demands in tlio most exacting particulars. No solvent and persevering individual lias to go from homo to get the very best banking accommodations, and were it only that way in other busines, what a prosperous wo window. Kimbrell. The little child of James Coop er is very sick. LIABILITIES. J Capital Stock $25,000,005 2,689.34 Profit Account 2,1 .000.00 Circulation Individual Deposits, . . . 87,275.81 1,780.79 Due Banks $141,595.04 Not Simply Win. Larison, who went to In Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve diana a few weeks ago, has reGood for all Skin Disease. turned. Sunday school has been organized at Jackson's Chapel to meet at 10 o'clock each Sunday morning. Wil-mor- Now la the time of year when you'are beIn the MABATHON Jtra get til this. ginning to think of tbe car 70a intend Bat don't accept oar men statement. For .Tina, Remember, when yon bur, that the aba- c- we can continco you of it Unto. Wo hare a catalogue which descrlbem in tSiShirt Kbml Sr? iMMn taSrS dtU. the wealth ofmechanlcal excellence, 0.Kudoa&,9nlult'u,tchsrac,rWnen you bay, buy not simply a car- ,but car aenrioe. buy correct derfgn, accur- j,a mgjg for the asking. ato construction ana good materials. Buy sound motor car value. Wont you ask tor itt MABATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Tour Inn a Car but Car Service JnC PKWS53SX"W SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, NaskvlUe, Tenn. Car. Standard Tourism Car and Roadster, and Torpedo Koadater. Prices from f SO0 to 91,700. We Ask You K FRUIT and SHADE o Owen Patrick returned to There un howeverotherconcerns the first of tho week after herejufrt as important in their line a week's visit with his parents at and it i our intention to give them this place. WINE a write-uas our spuco wj) admit, E. M. King as assignee sold as wc like to speak of the good or the C. H. Sams stock of merthings we liavo, and think less chandise at Sams lust week at has brought relief to thousands of the unsavory kind. public uuction. otner sick women, so vhy not to We ure teproduclng the stateyou? For headache, backache, W. G. Patrick and family, ment abovu referred to in this issue periodical pains, fema weak und on this page tliutour readers who moved to Wilmore Inst Deness, many have said It is "the may rwul ana see for themselves cember, have moved back and best medicine to tak,' Try III what a tine condition this bunk is will continue iu the merchanSoldinThteqity in. dise business. p city wo would have. to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure it will help you. Remember that this great female remedy TREES. STttAWBKIlRY PLANTS. 'SEEDS CCXNX'S SEEDS Sl'CCCZD I CARD ! Asparagus, Raspberries. barb, etc Blackberries, Hoses, Rhu- iau you our Mnnuout entcraer. rnllrrMon KJu,iMarUHsi.W l.liwr rimrn to,.I.IUiUti"". I t lie H.wlw ktt- -l nnllM lu all. 1 Mention this Paper. Write to-derrlT ay 1 WIU FECIAL. OFFER: Vw UyUatw. A trill will Write for.freo catalogue. We have no agents. I H. F. Hlllcnmeycr d? Sons, KY. miM tail WmtmfmUotmmtt twios imImM, tof.ia.r w.th mr t, 1IMS HMalUfcl HffH Ud l latin itrwte'Merik aUi sues SEND IO CENTS " vii LEXINGTON. f. IMUIIiMTffl of John 0. Fitch, of Lexington, formerly located at this place, was recently attacked with n severe caso of appendicitis nnd had PAPER. AN ALL HOME-MADto be operated upon. He is now able to leave the hospital. Mrs. LOCAL BREVITIES. J. II. O'Rear who has been with April 0, 1011. the family has returned home. THURSDAY, For Sixteen Years Mrs. Rose mother of S. D. Dr. Bell's Has Rose is very sick. been used by millions of people with W. S.' Roberts has been quite perfect satisfaction. For Coughs, Colds, Asthma in fact all throat ill of stomach trouble. and bronchial troubles. Saturday was April Fool and A.Democratic primary election many it was that got caught. will be held in Clark county May The Fiscal court was in session 17 to select a candidate for CirTuesday and Wednesday looking cuit Court Clerk and Represenafter the claims of the cauuty. tative to be voted for this fall. E Pine-Tar-Hon- THE TIMES. Johnny Eitch, Jr. the little son Tho smoko Btack at big planing riiill blew down Tuesday night during tho fierce gale. week Brodhead-G-arrott- 's Remedies are Needed 1 Heavy rains tho first of tho put the river up considerably. Wild duck hunting has oc cupied the attention of our sportsmen during the rainy spell. Those miserable mud roads are with us again now that it is rain most every day. That Clay City and Spout Spring Good Roads Association have over got. rid of a few of them for good for at least a year or two. Were we perfect, nhich we are not, medicines would not often be needed. Dut since our systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through Indiseretions which have gone on from tho early erfes, through countless generations, remedies are needed to aid Nature In correcting our Inherited and othrrwioe acquired weaknesses. To reach the scat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there Is nothind so good as Dr. Picrm' OnMri MHirl nircov- cry, a glycerio compound, extracted from native medicinal roots sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating, Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements, the "Discovery" is a end most efficient remedy. time-prove- n Tho icnulne has on Its You -- p. -- ., For tetter, ringworm, eczema, running sores and al' skin diseases Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve is guaranteed to give satisfaction or you get your money back. 25c We are not gifted with pleasure at seeing fellows beat, but like to see all persons trying to beat the other fellow when he is improving his farm or working on the bad roads we are forced to have, because we have been too lazy to pur them in good con cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this medicine op known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. tiny granules, easy to take as candy. Sogar-conte- A freight and passenger autoFor All Skin Diseases mobile line is to be established Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve is the betweeu Lexington and Rich- best It is a creamy snow white mond. ointment pleasent to use and every box is guaranteed. Price 25c. At Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Conleo, all dealers of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives in and near the city a few days Owing to the rain Tuesday afthis week. ternoon the Ladies prayer meeting was not held with Mrs. J. D. Tell Your neighbors When in need of a cough medicine Williams as announced but will be held there next Tuesday afto use Dr. Bell's It is the best. Look for the bell on ternoon, and the Bible reading will be held at the home of Mrs. the, Bottle. J. H. O'Reur Friday n ight. Mrs. April is hero and so are the Clarkson will also conduct Bible This is also the services at the Methodist church showers. month in which the school cen- Sunday night. sus Kicked by a Mud Horse. A-pr- We have the largest and plete line of most com- STOVES to be found in Central Kentucky.. dition. Midnight in the Ozarks. and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of Clay City, 111., couched and coughed; He was in the mountains on the advice of five doctors, who said he had consumption, but found no help in the climate, and started Hearing of Dr. King's home. New Discovery, he began to use il. "1 believe it saved my life," he writps, "for it mado a new man of me, so that I can now do good work For all lung diseases, iigain." coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough, hayfever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, its the best known remedy. Price nOc and SI. 00. Trial bottle free. Lumber Guaranteed by Swann-DaCo.'s store y Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and il Samuel Birch, 'of Beetown, Wis., Frank B. Russell, of Louisand J. B. Hall, had a most narrow escape from los ville, Chas. Scott of Lexington were in the city ing his leg, as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed, Monday on business. Every Bottle Is Guaranteed Every bottle of Dr. Bell's is guaranteed to givi satisfaction in all throat and bronchial troubles. Pine-Tar-Hon- Come in and give us a look. Hershal Jameson, a former res- but at last lhicklen's Arnica Salve it completely. Its the greatest healer of ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, corns, bruises and piles on earth. Try it. 25c at S wann-Da- y Lumber Co.'s store. curod cold-sore- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, s, Winchester, lA - Ky. ident, of this city, was killed at. Articles of incorporation of the Sardis, Miss, some time last week Levisa Railrpad Company have by a tram running over him. been filed with the Secretary of State and Railroad Commission. A sow in Nicholas county has The new road will extend from Frcih. Reliable. Pun Qtttrtnteed to Pletie just given birth to 21 pigs. This a point in Pike county. Ward Grerr Gardener and giving birth to is tlie fifth litter, Planter ihould tent the Station,t)u the Big Sandy branch tnnerior merits of Our Northern Grown Seed". pigs in her four former litters. of the'C. & "0. railroad, tin ougli SPECIAL CFFER FOR 10 CENTS The ingredients are on the carton. Pike county to the Virginia line. we will aend postpaid our contains It will opeu up rich coal fields FAMOUS COLLECTION Dr. Hell's . t plf. to Daj Tait 10. . . . tUiUk no habit producing drug, and al- and is to ho a part of the C. & 1 plf. 1 . . . .10a tOa CalarT 1 pki.rrlrlm-a4Cbt. . laa ways gives satisfaction. Look for O. system. 1 pi. FalhrUa Mark. I UtUM . . 10a . . t. i m 11 VarUUu Caalaa Ftowar Saafe the bell on the Bottle. . Saved His Mother's Life. ti.on Qd W Mate to halp fay pMteo and write today and racai.a up," packingwith on, tha abov. "Famoaa Collection," "Four doctors had given Garrian Rad the now,, advertisement writes Mrs. Lauru Gaines, me Avo- - I3S3ORKAT Nw ana In.tructlaa SKE1J Guida. CO. NOKTUURN of Itoae 8U Kockford, Illinois f tho old reliable merchant C. all Shinifessel in this issue and give ca, La., "and my children and my friends were looking for me to him a liberal share of your trade. die, when my son insisted that 1 The ease of T. S. Me Kinney use Electric Bitters. I did so, 'and CAPITAL STOCK, 8100.000 and others vs G. W. Mcintosh they have done me a world of good, SUJiPIaUS AND UN- was tried, in'this city Saturday I will always praise them." Elec 5 DIVIDED PROFITS, 1GO.OOO 3 by arbitration. It was taken tric Bitters is a priceless blessing to from the Estill Circuit court. women troubled with fainting and THIS 3 you have soru eyes of any kind dizzy spells, 'aekuehe, headache, P If weakness, debility, constipation or nn WINDOMTKB. . KV line Sutherland's Eagle. Eye, Salve-I- t Use them and is good for nothing but the eyes. kidney disorders. gain new health, strength and vigIt is painless and harmless, and is 3 guaranteed to satisfy r? O AHUIF.lt. ,y "positlvele the best. If you don't or. They're Only fiOo at Stuy so we will refund your money. or money refunded. Swann-Da- j Lumber Co.'s store. E YOUR ACCOlWrS SOWOITED '3 Try it and then tell your neighbor. Sold everywhere "!5o a tube. pi aa isa ca st att tf a. 7-- 1 Pine-Tur-Hon- Spring and Summer f- - l, ... Goods. We invite you to call and see our I line in- . of Spring and Summer goods. We can te terest you who appreciate up-to-da- mer- Winchester Bank. l chandise at the lowest possible prices. We have all the new things in Dress Goods, Neckwear, it etc., & etc., for women and misses. low-cut- Wo are solo agents for "Queen Quality" shoes for women, and have all the both in oxfords and pumps. new styles in s, Boys' Corn Club. A Boys' Corn Club is being SweetCloverSeed. - fra fiM-- a 1 t or- ganize J in this county imdriliie For April and. May Bowiug. llioient dirt'utioi. 'ufVMrvF. R. Blackburn, monitor of the State Hay, Pasture (fifi Fer-- " Full pnr Board of Agriculture tllizer. tioulnrs will bo published next Very Hardy, Rank Growth. ' week, it boing crowded out tins week. Never Out of Work. J.P.flAUPPINj Watchmaker Jeweler: x ill We also have a lino of millinery. This season oir hats will all be trimmed by one of the best milliner firms in Ciu-uat- i, 1 t, ,Ti iti Ti lata Ii all Jfi and of course will be right up to the minute. We would like to show you men mid boys our lines of clothing, hats, 6hoes, neck weur, shirts and etc., before, buying elsewhere, for also that you will We handle "Walk-OveBee r" we feel sure that we can suit you, that we will save you money. shoes for men and boys, and The busiest little thiiiirs ever uiude are Dr. King's New Lire Pills. Evglobule of ery pill is u health, that changes weakness into Htrttngth, languor into energy, tiiuinfog into, mental power; curing Constipation, licudauhe, (jiiills, Dyspepsia, Mulariu. Only 25e at Swunu-DaLumber Co. ' stole. augur-coate- d y Circular and Prices. -- I L AH Klsate.of. Wartflh twd Cloc Bokhara Seed Co; , f Jewelry & Falmouth, Ky. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- TION GUARANTEED. Line of I I .. j j have all the new things in low cuts. We also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Rugs, Wall Paper, Cook. .Stoves, Roofing, and ete. Spectacles, In Uct think can supply your every want. Call aad seo ,me In the Red 1 River Hetel OuUdlaE, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. For Coughs and Cold.. n Human Eccentricities. 0 comes into the world his consent and leavos it without against his will. During his stay on earth his time is spent in one continuous round of contraries In his and misunderstandings. infancy he's an angel; in his he's a devil; in his manhood he's everything from a toad up ; If he raises a family he's a chump; if he raises a check he's a thief, and the law raises him; if he's a poor man, he's a poor manager and has no sense; if he Man boy-hoo- d Powers Ostracized. One Piece of dood Road. T ho ostracism of Calob Powers was announced in the House Tuesday when the nine Demo cratic Congressmen from Ken tucky declined to take the oath is rich, he's dishonest; but considered smart. If he's in politics he's a grafter and a crook ; if he's out of politics, you can't place hinij as he's "an undesirable citizen" ; if he goes to church ho's a hypocrite; if ho stays away from church, he's a sinner; if he donates to foreign missions, he does it for a show; if he doesn't lie's stingy and a "tightwad"; if he discovered the North Pole he's a liar; if lie didn't he's a coward. Wheu he first comes in to the world everybody wants to kiss him, before he goes out they all want to kick him. If he dies young, there was a great future before him ; if he lives to a ripe old age, he's in the way, only living to save funeral expenses. Is not life a funny proposition after all? of office with the Eleventh district member. The clerk called the members to the bar in groups of States. When the group containing Kentucky was reached the Democratic mem bers remained in their seats while Caleb Powers took the oath. After it had been administered to him and he had taken his seat the Kentucky Democrats approached the bar of the House and were sworn in with another group. This plan was agreed upon quietly by the delegation shortly after the House met. Ken-tuck- y seems Estill county is goiug to have one piece of good road, at least. Our neighbor, J. E. Burgh or, editor of the Clay City Timer has made such vigorous fight for better roads that the citizens of that portiau of Estill and Powell It $5.00 Recipe Cures., Sick People-FRE- E Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE. I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of charge, in a plain ordiniiry sealed envelope to any one who will write mo for it. Just send rae your name and nddress nt once and you will receive the recipe by return mull, charges paid. I will also send you free of chargo my hook, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. I think it is my duty to help BufTering htiinauity to this extent, and hope you will be one of the thousands who are being cured dailv by this wonderful discovery. Sit down todav and write me. in vmi mav not see this oh"er again. 1 know my treatment is a safe und sure cure for Rheumatism, Diu- - Special Congress in Session. The Sixty-secon- d Congress con- vened at noon Tuesday with crowded galleries and unusual enthusiasm. Champ Clark, in his speech accepting the Speakership of the House, outlined the course the Democratic party had pledged itself to pursue, and warned his followers that the party is on trial before the country. The reciprocity measure was the only one introduced in the House or Senate, being proposed by Representative McCall, its champion. The message of President Taft was read in both branches of Christian Endeavor. Concress. It was short and to Program for the Christian En- the point, dealing only with the deavor Society meeting at 7 :15 Canadian reciprocity agreement, o'clock, Sunday evening, Ap- for the consideration of which ril Oth. the extra session was called. ForLeader Miss Mollie Johnson. mer Speaker Cannon, declaring Organist Miss Grace he "never felt less like dying in his life," limbered up for the Topic "Painting the States fray, opening the attack on the White." changes in House rules proposed Bible Lesson, (Psalms 14:1-7- ) by the Democratic majority. (Temperance Lesson) Leader. Song "Rescue the Perishing" Valuable Suggestion. Audience. In cleaning off vour land to plow don't forget to drop a few Lord's Prayer. "Man is the Highest Entity in loans or rocK upon tne roads t hat bv vour farm. Fill those Miss Ada run God's Universe" chuck holes up before you break Johnson. down a wheel of your wagon or "Let us Distinguish between buggy or the leg of one of your Paint and Whitewash" George work horses. Gallatin is one of the best counties in the world to Fletcher. live in and every one should apTemperance Recitation. preciate it enough to be liberal "Are we giving enough atten- with their rock when they cost tion to Spiritual Developments" nothing. Warsaw Leader. Gran Hack worth. Clarence S. Funk, general manSong "Stand up for Jesus Auager of the International Harvdience. "Let us plant the States White ester Company, testified before and not the LipuorTrallic" J)o-r- the Illinois Senate Bribery Investigating Committee that EdWood. Christian Workers have a ward III nes, a Chicago million"Can aire, hud asked him to contribute pa rt in Changing Conditions?" $10,000 to reimburse certain men 'rate Johnson. "To Plant the States White who had put up $100,000 to elect moans to Purify Politics" A. William Lorimer United States M. Burgher. Senator. "Shall we Rest upon our VicOwing to some unavoidable tories?" Mrs. Tom Mount. work coming upon us we are a Song. day late this week. Being late Benediction. always makes us feel like a Farm for Sale. great many people are disapS00 iicreii, 4 miles north of Stan- pointed as well as ourselves. Shim-fessel. a " counties, between Spout Spring and Clay City, have awaked and aro working to make that road a We are glad to know model. some of Estill's Citizens are pro gressivo enough to build good roads, but we hang our heads in shame when wo.thing of the fact that tlijs progressive spirit has been instilled into them by citizens of another comity. Cant, the citizens throughout this county get a little of this spirit and heed the advice we have been giving 111 these columns trom timo to time? Estill will never be anything but a backward county with cheap farming lands unless roads are built over which the people can travel winter and summer. . will we taKo a step forward? Estill Herald. Ed Callahan, the noted ex- Sheriff of Breathitt county, has decided to sell out and leave his He has had native couutv. war andis now seeking a peaceful period of existence. year-ol- ' betes. Dropsy, Neurnlgin, Diarrhoea, Constipation. Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Kidney and Bladder TronbltH, Hesirt Disease, Impure Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and ad Uric Acid Disease. Boston, Mas. Box 20!) 1 Dr. D. J. WALSH, Get Well If you are sick, you wish to get well, don't you? Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and misery, and be happy again. If your illness is caused by female trouble, you can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re lieved' or cured thousands of ladies, suffering like you from some female trouble. Near Chappell's Gap, Ky.. a 3- girl was frightened to death by a gander which had at tacked her. The mountain of work before you can all be worked off if you just keep a cheery heart and peg away. d CARDUI For Women's Ills Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony for seven years. Read her letter about Cardui. She writes: "i was sick lor seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly die with my headland back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was to- - suffering women." Try cured. Cardui is a God-sen- d Eggs for Sale., Eggs of pure bred poultry. Barred Plymouth Rocks, 50c per setting of 15 eggs. Brown Leghorns, 75c per setting of 15 eggs. White Leghorns, 11 per setting of 15 eggs. Mrs. Nettie Weloh, it AT ALL DRUG STORES 'Clay City, Ky. NOTICE. PUBLIC SALE AND SlJFWRY Eiist-Bound. OF L. & E. TIflE TflBLE. West-Bound. RENTlNd OF No. 2. Montgomery NEAR Co. Farm, Daily. P. M. 2:25 3:05 No. 4, Daily. A. M. N- - Stations. Daily Ex, Sun. A. M, No. 3, Datly- 5 Sunday Only. A. M. ,10:25 CAflARGO. P. M. ton, 4 roon house, 1U Eastern capitalists are investie liarn, Km acres in cultivation gating to the Lexington street in good timber, estimated to ut l,(XiO,0IHI feet, 100,000 feet of railway and suburban connecting which is yellow poplar. One of lines in view of purchasing them corn and tobacco farms in and extending the interurban the Powell county. This is good lime-(ton- e lines. land and 5 miles miiith of Carter II. Harrison, Democrat, l.evi-H- , Ky. Will bo sold at a bur-gti- n was elected Mayor of Chicago for if Mild at once. Anyone wind-ii.- g the lifth tinio Tuesday, defeating to buy apply to E. II. Mois. Prof. Charles E. Merriam. his Mt. Mtrling, Ky. Republic 'ii opponen. by 17,082. bul-inc- acre tobacco bit C :05 Lexington, 0:55 7:35 The undersigned will, on 9:4(1 5:20 AMnchexter, 9:12 8:13 3:-9:84 L. & E. Junction, 9:00 8:2G MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1911, 5:07 9:20 Indian Fields, 4:53 8:45 8:42 being County Court day, at the 3:34 8:25 4:35 9:02 CLaY CITY, 9:02 3:50 court houee door, Mt. Sterling, Ky, 4:2G 8:54 Stanton, 8:15 3:58 9:10 , beginning at about 11 o'clock a. 4:05 Rosslyu, 8:09 8:48 4:20 9:15 m.' offer at public sale the tract of 1 :14 Filsoii, 4 :14 8:03 8:42 9:22 20;i.0G acres of land lying in Mont Oarapton .Tnnctlon, 8:28 7:48 3:57 9:38 4:30 H:2C 3:65 Natural Bridge, 7:45 4:35 9:43 gomery county, Ky., nearCamargo 8:15 7:30 3:41 Torrent, 9:50 adjoining the lands of J. S. Bogie, 4:47 Beattyville Jet, 3:20 7:07 7:54 10:17 5:10 Congleton and others; being the O. is K. Junction, 2:25 7:05 :03 0:15 11:15 same tract of land conveyed by J. G:l0 :00 0:10 11:20 2:20 Jackson, . 1:50 S. Bogio to Mrs. Lizzie 3. Broousby Quicksand, 11:40 deed recorded in the office of tho clerk of the Montgomery County Noa. 1 and 3 will connect with the C. is O. Railis E. Junction: Couit. way for Mt. Stirling, Ky. Have arranged for a Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun Campton Junction: All this lund is in grass except ten tuin Central Hallwuy tor passengers to and from Campton, Ky acres. If not sold, the farm will Beattyville Junction: Nos. 2 will connect with the L. A. Rail be rented then and there to the way for Beattyville, Ky. highest bidder. Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with the U. fc K. Rail O. Sr. K. Junction: way for Cannel City, Ky. nnd way eta one. Term 8 mado known on day of sale. Mrs. PEARL CRAM, SAVE YOUR FOWLS! as Executrix of Mrs. Lizzie Brooks. Bourbon Poultry Cpro Is reoognlzod as tbs standard poultry remedy or the world. It Is tba one remedy that can be depended on prerent certainty 1 pass-wa- t DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N with absolute For Internal and External Pains llmbtraeck, DUrrboo forms of poultry dig. and all eases. A few drops In the drinking wator keeps fowls healthy and free from disease. A 6"o bottle mates 13 Billions of medicine, i'or the treatment of Ulacknood and other disease In turkeys Gapes, Cholera. Roup, existing to cure and K. For five minutes Tuesday SenWe gimrunteeSutheran Kb Ivigle ator John W. Kern, of Indiana, Eye Salve to cure common sorf sat in the chnir of the Vice Preseye In 24 t.i :ft hour. Thin seem ident, pesidin over the uppei btranie, but it is backed by our brunch. guarantee. You run on rick und it only cot-i- '2'tu. The Ilyden sTliousiiud Sticks, which was burned out last fall, TI10 provnilmg wet weather is has been revived mid moved to grfatlj rftuidiiig farm wurli, Middtubboi'o. It. 0'. Phone GU3A. Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS I NO 'rouiKII.MlMdlBllcoaDrlMOMril. hbea I rail MPOHTouDiUuiUUliqr. j. ratwtpnu- - Mr.. W.W.Rditoa IlopVInivillt,Kv.,MTji "I nUIafchicVent for pearly liliyyuit and Hour boa Poultry Cur It th wait atitlacrory remedy i nay t m wea u uumis mu uact. EQUAL Mr F.r.Cly,rarlr,Ky.,ityit"Uttycsr I raiwj hundreds ol chickcai IrM from by Kivibtf thr-- lU'tirbia r'tultry Cur. 1 nod It a aliiu tiiu ml I1:lA ran V Bend 1 uenu la mmpt (or tanluibU book on Haw TO OITAM and SILL PATENTS, Whleli uotl vljl p. How tuUt putuw, PUIvat 1YT and otferx tAJnibltf lnfonuAiion. ID. SWIFT St, Jt CO. tl Leading DruqpUts. ""iS? Bourbon Remedy Co., BOo lr deu por Bottle. iaiSZSfo, u. s: a. Trial Vial Frea, S2!ikySwann-Da- y Lbr.Co., Hardwick & Co., , . 1303 Seventh WMMtgfafi, B. 0.1 Clay City. Stanton.