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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 13, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911041301_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 13, 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. if THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year In Advance. J We arc here to help Clay City, (he SnrronnJing Conntry and Ourselves. 13 .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY, The" Moving Habit. APRIL 13. 1911. no. j; Valuable Prizes for Powell County our country, for the day is comBoys Who Grow Corn. ing when there will have to be a The State Department of Agriculture is very anxious to have u boys' corn growing contest organized in this county. So far there has been $17.50 subscribed for prizes for the boys who will enter the contest and grow corn according to instructions. The corn will be furnished free by the Agricultural Department. And if as many as fifty boys between the ages of 10 and 10 years old will give their names, ages and addresses to J. K. Burgher, Clay City, I. G. Profitt, Supt. of Schools, or Fred Blackburn, Stanton, they will be enrolled and the corn furnished them. Would liko to have large as a prize offering as possible, so all who feel interested and are in position to add to the list for prizes will please do so. The boys are to plant and cultivate the corn themselves. If they prefer to do so they may use any other kind of white corn they please to use. In addition to the chance for a prize at. the corn show, the following is offered them. Any boy who raises (10 bushels or more on an acre, or 510 bushels or more on f acre will receive a nice lithographed diploma, signed by the Governor of the State, the Commissioner of Agriculture and the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The lessons learned by following the instruction, the bulletins furnished and the profit realized by method of cultivaan tion are also important facts to So boys don't be considered. this opportunity pass you, let but take advantage of it and be preparing yourself for the future. Be learning how to get a greater yield per acre, for it will not only make farming more for you, but will also help one-halpro-iitabl- greater yield per . acre or there will not be enough food raised in this country to supply the demand. Parents and teachers are requested to encourage the boys in this work. The corn show will be held at Stanton the latter part of October or the first part of November. Will have an expert corn judge to pick the winning exhibits. Following is thelist of prizes offered so far. PowellCountyDepositBank for best J00 ears crown from not less than one a- ere, $10.00 Hardwick it Co. for fewest number of ears that will make a bushel weighed or measured, suit of clothes, 10.00 Clay City Times for the most prolific stalk of corn ' e According to,a telephone nies sage received at Jackson, in Breathitt county, Jason Deaton was shot and killed by Anse 7.50 White, a brother-in-laof John Abner. Deaton was accused of ear, 5.00 murdering Abner in Jackson last llobt. Blackburn for best 50 summer. White; plaved an un ears, 5.00 tinrfrtnt nnt-t-- . 5v Vi'a futnmm Tlo Jesse Crowe for second-bes- t single ear any thing in In Balloon Race Race Again. my line of merchandise, 2.50 H. h. Honeywell, one of the W.T. Center for second best 50 ears, 1 pair shoes, 2.50 two men who fell in a balloon near Xena, this county two years ' George Stephens for best ago, while attempting to win the half bushel seed corn, 2.50 Lahm Cup, a prize held by the W. G. Frazier for best ten ears, 2.30 man who makes the greatest distance in a balloon, has started Hogs have taken a tumble in from San Antonio, Tex. to again market until none of the best ones try to win the cup. w any color, $3.00 in gold, and three years subscrip tion to the Time, Atkinson and Lyle for best diary or record kept of the cultivat ion of ouehnlf acre of corn from the breaking of the ground to the gathering of the corn thereof, one suit of clothes, Fred Blackburn for best sir.-gl- e S.00 The Inland Farmer very apt is very bad for un says: farmer to get ih'the movinc habit Don't do it. If.you are doing fair ly well where you are, stav iiv nnd try to iniprdve your condition in every way. Make the land bet ter both by fertilizer and cultivn tion. Put up tndre needed build Fence off the fields mor tngs. snnaoiy. ttie premises Devise better methods of makin money. ii you oo move, by nil mean consider everything well first. Vis .... j .. u mo section wuere you propose to settle and take in the full sitim tion. It will probahh be better to rent a place the first year and see how you are going to like the conn try. It will noti then be.po hard to retrace your stejjs provided you ar not satisfied. Heare of tvin yourself up too hutily. uy an means beware ol acquir mg the moving habit. It is better to preserve attachment for soin particular locality which you will call home. tty 1 . Shooting in Breathitt. THOA1AS S. RHEA, of LOGAN COUNTY, has authorized the announcement of his candidacy for Treasurer of the State of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democrats Primary election to be held July 1st, 1011. Mr. Rhea is a native of Kussellville and has lived there all of his life. For four years he was Sheriff of Logan County. At tho expiration of his term of office he was elected of the Bank of Russellville and has since that time been the general ninn agerfitheJBan.He.hpldsJhifi posftioii now, and has made for himself an enviable reputation as a financier and businessman. Ho is a brother of the Hon. John S. Rhea, former Representative in Congress from the Teird district, aim1 is one of the most widely known young Democrats in the State. His advice and counsel i always in demand. He is a tireless worker and is never happier than when engaged in a political combat. Mr. Rhea stands in the foremost ranks at home and his friends throughout the State think his name on a State ticket would briny much strength to the party in November. Vice-President ''' are now bringing $7 per hundred. Expensive Trial. Ihe trial of Dr. David S. Ainoss at Hopkinsville on one indictment P ran Just Received a nice line of charging night riding cost the state of Kentucky more than $4,000 and Christian county nearly $000, There are five more indictments a gainst alleged night riders in that fcounty and all those so indicted are most sure to come clear as did Dr. Amoss. Tobacco Growing. The report comes from many of the bluegrass,. counties that the acreage of tobacco will be as large this year as last notwithstanding tho slump in prices. Powell coun ty larmers are not so eager to get rich quick as last year, thus but little of the weed will bo grown In WALDRON & JOHNSON, p Hi Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and I k 1 are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Saving Money. You can do the same thing. this county this year. Marshal A. T. Petitt has bought a house and several vacant lots ad joining from tho Kentucky Union Company at $400. Mrs. J. V. Williams has just received a nice shipment of elegant lace outains that will please her Ask to gee them when you are at this Rtore. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round ronio day nnd give our place a look through and let us price you some of our Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see at your earliest convenience. You goods.They willopenyoareyeeto an opportunity. will be pleased. C. SHIMFESSEL. WANTED Salesman and Col lector on salary and commission to ee'l Sewing Machines and collect on accounts. Party must furnish horse and wagon. Call ou or write to Singer Sewing Machine Co., Incorporated, Winchester, Ky. 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" mm much of vote thiol knows ing THE TIMES. .city in the recent Democratic are allbut mud, but be when, primarv at Winchester the help so soil- oiucers should nave Mini summonrcnusntm every thurshav. ed hefore the next grand jury to Subscription rates $1 a year or three make somo indictments. We are opposed to vote selling wherever years in advuncu 6a. it may be and from the above arJI'. Burgher, I'ulilishcr. ticle hope to see this needed reformation begun in our sister city s Entered ns muil matter. if its so bad as stateil by the Thursday, April ia, 1011. Sun Sentinel which in no way are we disputing until we hear CLUB RATES. from the grand jury report. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates If O'Kear would make such n with the following papers at prices good Goveror as his ardent sup: below mentioned porters claim, why not keep him The Times and on the Appellate bench whore Courier-Journ$1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 good oflicers are frequently need-eLouisville Herald worse than in the Governors 90 Home and Farm 75 chair. Lot him stay whore ho is Inland Farmer 1.00 and let J. B. McCreary have the American ftO Southern Agriculturist 75 place unanimously. lie is also a good man. Why not have a good Governor and a good Appellate W e are atithoriled to announce Judge too now that we have an II. G. GA15KEIT, of Clark county, ns a cnndidutu for opportunity to do so? The voters Kuilroad Commissioner of Kentucky will see to it that in this the Third Kentucky District, this is done. subject to the action Mecoiul-clnsal ' ... .... The roads, the roads, the roadsi how can they . generally so speaking, tho roads are but one great ditch which affords the on We ly drainage for some farms. must progress, and the opportunity lies chiefly in tho improvement of our roads and farms. Let's all begin today. Get IN Line. Now is the time to get into the right dress. parade the procession of Our advertisers are encroaching on our space a little each week. We hope to soon sco them crowd us to a six column paper. f Veritably is advertising the life of tho newspaper and of the life of the' business advsrtised. one-halts SPRING has started SUITS you can get better clothes made to your own measure from $5 to $8 less d A vote against OK'ear for Governor this fall is a vote for O'Uear for Judge of tho Court of Appoals. Fai-mp- r State ofOhio, City'of Toledo, . 1.UCA8 UOUKTY. . ) I ss. ) of the Republi- can party. If all of the vote sellers were dealt with as they will be in Floyd county disfranchised the Tenth would probably proudly take a seat in the Democratic column again. Clay City Times. To offset this, if all the Democrats that sold their votes in the late city primary hero were disfranchised, the Democratic majority in this county would be materially reduced. Sun-Sentinel. As the editor of the Sun-Sen- - The Etill Fiscal court at its April term took steps ot buy a rock crasher, looking to the permanent improvement, of the roads in the county with metal. Good for our neighbor, but they can't beat Powell. If they get one rock crusher, we will get two in Powell. We are going to lead all the mountain counties in good roads and bridges, we already having five han.lsome steel bridges and prospects good for two more this year, then we will go onto the permanent improvement of our roads. Frank ,T. Cheney makes oath that senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney fe Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State i'foresaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev- ery case of Catarrh- that cannot be curod by the use of Hall's Catarrh FRANK J. CHENKY. Cure. Sworn to before mo and subscrib ed in my presence, this ,0th day of December, A. I). 1880. A. W. GLEASON, lie is - than other tailors charge. iiiiiBiiiaiiiiiaiiainiiiiaiiEniaiitciiBRiiciiiia We are reaching out for bigger business We believe 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 yourself to get your money's worth and better clothes here is your chance come in today and be measured for a spring suit. (&EAI.) NoTAKY PUUr.ICII Hall's Catarrh Cure if taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucfus surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free F. J. Cluney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Mrs. J. W. Williams. sseHOPE $ MILLS U s t Arm 1-j- .IX. Business Can Be Done Without the lubricant of courtesy, but how it does help! who does business with this PROUD OF HER CAKES, Hread and pies tin woman is who has mnde them from lion: Mills' flour. Success in bread or cake lmkin! is always sure to follow-wheyou use this liL'h firiide and satisfactory Hour, sold everywhere. Ask your friend j s Bank. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. Clay City National Bank, Clay City, Kentucky. 3 per cent, interest paid on time deposits of $1 or over. t Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-WeIf one-thi- rd Now is tho time of year when you'are be- In tho MARATHON you get all this. ginning to lulnK or tlio car jou inieua Hut don't accept our mere statement. For buying. Remember, when you bur, that the nbso. wo c.ui convince jou of lu truth. lute limit of dollar fur dollar return is We have a catalogue which describes, in reached in cars selling under 2,000. Whim tliu wealth ol'incchunicil oxcelleuie, you pay more, your returns ore not in pro- detail,and dependable utility that character-ii- o finish portion to your investment. the MARATHON. When you buy, buy not 6lmrly a car, but car service. Buy correct deafen, act urAnd It's yours for tho asking. ate construction and good materials. Buy Won't you ask for lit sound motor car value. MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring Not Simply a. Car but Car Service Car. Standard Tourlno Cur and Roadster, and Torpedo Roadster. Prices from S1.500 to 81.700. CniTTIIlTDN TLffnTAV WI1DKS TVaclivillp Tpnn ar Paint" mtitti r JpTl.I.TI..V...TOr,'l.il.H.I..I.J'..'..l..'. B you expect to do any painting, you arc interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be used. material In any given job of painting, labor represent practically two-third- s, ttttra i FRUIT and SHADE i of is tire cost. It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality the paint i all important. Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job 1 mn ccc . 1 tLLJ Il'tjttt, SrilAWDKHllV AwpmiKU8, It PfiANTS. ty J, tERty r.u:if.E2'arE.as5i'CCLtoi i 'MSr SPECIAL QV FI5JT: V 1llui. trlilwlll It ! t5Mi4uaxeyouovr pr'!i(ti.(cu'.on.rr. t W.M Y, ) mf ttFJwa !" ' mi sought? Uliicklierrit'S, Mm-Imrh, the pinlct! formula on every package. one to determine the true value and obtain paint that may bo depended upon for durability? Thi paint hat HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. lv is iw' crrM ete. 1 Write te w iff 'To-da- Mention thin Paper. v"?" Hie makers have confidence the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY YALUE TO YOU? FOR SALE BV and take pride in the quality and tell the public IT OUGHT TO BE. Write for fieo catalogue. We huve no agents. i Wr.po.uj.Mj'Miliii 4itMlUIslB41 J Ik iwtmcllre. ltci'ittrvl ktoA and l'li;t Uook, M H. F. Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. Hillcmneycr Sons, ' LEXINGTON, r KY. " I (3 THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE Mr. and .Mrs. Jumps A. Fox, of I'AFKR. LOCAL THURSDAY, BREVITIES. .... April J5J, JIM. ty welcome. Pembroke voted dry Monday by a majority of 551 votes. Easter services will lie held at the 1'resliyterian church Sunday mornimr. (leorgo Kirk, who moved two years ago to Missouri, lias returned to this city. Nine National banks were organized in the South last week and eight of them were in Sunday is Easter, and many are after then confidently expecting Spring to begin. Easter hats are now in order. Wheat conditions in Kentucky are 89 per cent, of the normal averuge according to the Department of Agricutlure. A Miss Hon, of Lexington, was called here Monday to see her grandmother, Airs. Kose, who continues quite sick. While some of the peaches and early plums are killed we still have plenty not lulled and as the apple crop is not yet bloom ed out it is safe. The birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Moore at Sardis, Miss is reported for last week. Mrs. Moore was formerly Miss Oallie Dickson, of this city. Luther Loving is in Cincinnati this week looking after the afLumber Com fairs of Swann-Dapany's ollice in the absence of 0, M. Clark the Company's resident manager in that' citv. v The city schools closed Friday, linishiiig up a most successful term. Miss Bornice Clark, the principal, seems to have gotten along admirably in her room. Mrs. Mount, also proved to be a room. lint ot tne roads that were properlv lixed during the dry spell in Marchare in line condition and will be during the entire even though it be a rainy season as it has been for the past few years. Who will say the work is not worth the the trouble and cost? seat-o- Tom L. Johnson formerly of Louisville, twice Congressman fmiii the Twdnty-lirs- t Ohio district Helping the Right Han. and four times Moyor of CleveA press dispatch from Wash land, died in that city Monday ington says: "Representative night. Death was caused by Langley, of the Tenth district, is Cirrhosis of the liver. Ho was carrying on from Washington an 57 years old. active campaign in behalf of Council Meeting. Green Garrett for the nomination Matt Coulee was granted sa of Railroad Commissioner. He believes the Winchester man will loon license by the city council win. Mr. Langley will attend Friday night This makes three the the, Pans convention next saloons for Clay City. The city month. Senator Bradley may Treasurer's report showed over $ 1,000 in the Treasury. Quite a also go. healthy condition. There was Kicked by a Mad Horse. some bridge talk and the Samuel Birch, of Beetown, Wis. are good for probably the had a most narrow escape from los two bridges we need so badly. ing his leg, as no doctor could heal The selection of school teachers the frightful sore that developpd, will come up at the regular June but at last Bucklen's Arnica Salve meeting. The regular claims curad 't completely. Its the great- were allowed. Mayor Loving be est healer of uleers, burns, boils, ing in Cincinnati, I). R. Daniel eczema, scalds, cats, corns, was chosen Mayor protein. bruises and piles on earth. Midnight In the Ozarks. Try it. 35c utSwann-D.iLumber and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, Co.'s t.re. of Clay Citv, 111 , couirhed and Christian Endeavor. :ouglicd. He was in the mountains Program for the Christian En- on the advice of live doctors, who deavor Society meeting Sunday said he had consumption, but found no help in the climate, and started evenim: April 1(5. Hearing of Dr. king s home. Topi "The Spirit of the ResNew Discovery, he begun to use it. urrection." Organist Miss Grace Shini-- f I believe it saved my life," he wntps, "for it made a new man ot esse I. me, so that I can now do good work Bible Lcson (Rom. For all lung diseases, again." Lord's Prayer. Song "Jesus is all This World coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, wliooping eougn, nay tever, to Me." "What Shall We Say of the hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, Symbal of the Resurrection" its the best known remedy. Price 50c and 61.00. 'Trial bottle free. Mrs. A. M. Burgher. Lumber "Study Carefully the Resur- Guaranteed by Swann-Darection Spirit" Ethel Johnson. Co.'s store "Greatness of God's Power" Malcom Wood. "Smile of God's Love" Joe Fresh, Reliable. I'ura Mounts. Guaranteed to Platte Every Gardener and Chorus "Christ Arose". Planter ihoulii left the unerlor merlU of Our "The Resurrection as a HistorNorthern ; rown Setdi. FFCR SPECIAL ical Fact" Mrs. W. T. Wood. FOR CENTS pros-pscts Winchester, wore here Saturday find Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Uassidy. While here they rented property and will move to this city next weei; These are most excollent people to whom we extend a most hear John B. Lyle, of Irvine, suller. strokes of pimiljsis last week and is in u uiost serious condition. Mr. Lyle is a native of this county and has manv fiieiids here. ed two Silence! The instinct of modesty natural Jo every womnn is often a great hindrance to the cure of womnnly disease. Women shrink from the personal questions of the local physician which Deem indelicate. The thought of examination is uh-- J "" .V .lenio ii C'jiidit.on ,".",' Ot disease which surely progresses from bad to worse. been Dr. Pierce' a privilege to care a . - :;.cui n rtr,,s0 otter ot Fltm consults, tlon by letter. 7111 correspondence la held as sacredly confidential, address Dr. Ii. V. Pierce, Buffalo, JV. y. tree::.? 7""' tor modesty hi liio .- it has restores and regulates the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives it a fair trial. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. You can't afford to accept o secret nostrum as a substitute lor this medicine op known composition. We have the largest and moft plete line com- of STOVES to be found in Central Kentucky. cold-sore- s, Our line comprises the famous y Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Come in and give us a look. 5:J-14- ). Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. y SEEDS Spring and Summer "Risen With Christ" Inzie splendid teacher in the primary Edge. Song "My Faith Looks up to mm famous 10 cm Thee". Roll Call. we via aend postpaid oar i Fr.TiriN . pi(.ODaj Twu 10. IX frlutu lUdl.h 1 Hf lr. Karl (tM7 to. I pk. . . Arr.kMMl CaMaf. . 1J . t par. I alUrUa Hara.l Ultiw , 1M . at. fn 11 Vaxbllu itwlaa tlmr tta.li DMIUI ... ... 11.00 Goods. We invite you to call and see our line Benediction. DaektM and ncaita tha aliova "Famoua ColUctfrm gttbar with our New and Inttructlva Uardan (iuida usi) If you have sore eyes of any kind Sutherland's Kaglu Eye Salve-I- t is is good for nothing but the eyes. painless and harmless, and is positivele the best. If you don't my so we will refund yoar money. Try it and then tell your neighbor. Sold everywhere v'fic a tube. It Sudden Death. A. C. Estos was called Monday to Kiddville on account of the midden death of his brother, Sam Estes. Mr. Fetes had been slightly. ill on Sunday but got much batter before night and thought ho was all right, eutiug his supper and retiring. The family found him dead in the bed before morning. Never Out of Work. 1363 Idue HU Kockford, Illinois Saved His Mother's Life. "Four doctors hud given me up," writts Mrs. Lauru Gaines, of Avo- SI E ca, l.a., "and inv children and all OAIMTATj STOCK. $100,000 j my friends were looking for rne to SUKPrUH AND UN-die, when my son insisted that I' rt DIV1DUD PROFITS. JOO.OOO use Electric Bitters. I did sc, and S they have done mu a world of good. THE I will always praise them." Elec Pi WiivrirriT'.Si'iMr'.i 11 vtvic. 3 tric Bitters is u priceless blessing to ! OF WlNOlIHTKH, KV. women troubled with fainting and r 11 dizzy spoils, ackaehe, heudache, jj N. IIOM.Y W'lTHKHSl'OON, PlIKHi ;3 weakness, debility, eonstiputiou or K W. It. HiMi.VH. Cahuikh. ;3 kidney disorders. Use them and a , gain new health, strength and vigK YOUK AOCX)UNTS SOUOITUO IS or. They're guaranteed to satisfy J or money retuiiued. Only 00c at Swann-Da- y Lumber Co 's store. .. a a. a GKEAT NOItTUURN SKKI) CO. of Spring and Summer goods. terest you who appreciate We can te in- up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. We have nil the now things in Dress Cloodsi, Neckwear, it etc., for women and inieses. for "Q'leen Quality" shoes for women, and have all the both in oxfords and pumps. new styles in etc., & We are bole agents low-cut- s, We also have u line of millinery. This reason our hats Cin-nat- i, will all he trimmed by one of the best milliner firms in I'TTTTTvi r. tL tTttTtv - aud of course will be right up to the minute. We would like to show you men and boys our lines of clothing, huts, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before sure that we can suit you, also that you will see that we will 6ave you money. shoes for men and boys, aud Wo handle "Wulk-Ove- r" buying elsewhere, for we feel SweetCloverSeed. For April and May sowing. J.P.HAUPPIN,! Watchmaker ! , Jeweler. Hay, Very Pasture tilizer. Hardy, Rank Fer- Growth. All Kinds of Watch aad Cluck Repairing oh Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACLine of TION GUARANTEED. have all the new things in low cuts. Wo also handle lluggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Hugs, Wall Paper, Cook Stoves, Hooting, The busiest little things ever made are Di. Kind's New Life Pills. Every pill is a sugurcouted globule of health, that chaises weakness into stiength, languor into energy, biain fog i"t uienta) power; curing Constipation, ileadaohe, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malunu. Only 2Au at riwann-DaLumber Co. ' stole. y Circular and Trices. Jewelry & Spectacles. me la the Red KENTUCKY, and ete. In fact think can supply your every want. Bokhara Seed Co., Falmouth, Ky, Call and River Hotel Budding, CLAY CITY, h f Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 4 Eggs of pure bred poultry. Barred Plymouth Hocks, fiOc per J'oirclt Circuit Court, Betting of 15 eggs. U. V. Lyle'n Adinr. l'lnintilTg Brown Leghorns, 7oc per setting versus of 15 eggs. O. W. Lyle's heir Defendants. White Leghorns, $1 per setting Notice of Sali' in Equity. Pursuant to judgment nnd order of snip of the Powell Circuit Court enter-i'- d in the above styled cause, I will on Thursdny the 15tlt day of June, 1011, tlttTliourM of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. in. at the old G. W. Lyle residence on Ilardwick's creek, near Vaughn's JIM, sell nt public auction to the highest and best bidber the old home farm of said G. V. Lyle, Sr.. adjoining the lnnds of I. T. Sams' heirs Bud Bush, 1). U. Daniel. JefT Wright nnd C. C. Daniel, Jr., and containing about 220 acres. This sale will beninde on a credit of ix. twelve and eighteen months, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. At the same time and place 1 will sell that tract of land known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of Knckcoon brunch adjoining the hind of Marion Curtis and containing about L"0 acres ; and at the same time and place 1 will selTa tract at the foot of the Estill Furnace mountain on Ilardwick's creek adjoining" the lands of AVasson heirs and Noah llussell and containing about 30 acrees ; and the same time and place I will sell a certain house and lot in Clay City known as lot No. 27 and L8. in block Mo. 01 and now occupied by William Lyle. These last named tracts will be sold on a credit of six months, purchaser being required to execute bond with a -proved security bearing interest from date and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. Any one desiring to inspect the property will call on or communicate witli I.. C. Lyle, Vaughns Mill, Ky., orM. K. Lyle, Stanton, Ky. AVitness my hand this 11th day of April. 1911. UOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r. Powell C. C. of 15 eggs. iMrs. Commissioner's Sale. Errs for Sate. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Start In $5. ,oo Recipe Cures. Sick People-FRE- thi Schools. E Nettie Welch, Clay City, Ky. Dy GEOrtOE V. CANFIELD. Is probably the most hopeful Held foroar labors against practuberculosis. tical results In lowering die death The school Recipe of Wonderful New Aledical Discovery SENT FREE. I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription, free of ehurgc, in a plain ordinary sealed envelope to any one who will write me for it. hist send me your name and address at once and you will receive thu recipe by return mail, charges paid. I will also send you free of charge my hook, "How to Get Well" for your guidance. I'thiuk it is my duty to help suffering humanity to this extent, and hope yon will be one of the thousands who are being cured dailv by this wonderful dincovery. Sit down todav nnd write me, as vou mnv not see this oiler again. I know my treatment is 11 H;tfe and sure cure for Rheumatism, Diabetes, Dropiy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Kidney and Madder Troubles, Heart Disease, Impui'i Hlood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Malaria and all Uric Acid Diseases. Dr. D. .1. Commissioner's Atkinson Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Lyle, Plaintiffs, versus (ieorge IlmUlix, Defendant, Notice of sale in Equity. Pursuant to a judgment of the Powell Circuit Court in the above styled action I will on Monday the 25th day of April, 1911, at the mill sight on of llntton creek near the foot of Ilatton creek mountain between the hours of 10 nnd 12 o'clock, in tlie afternoon of said day offer for sale to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three months, one 18 Horse Power Itusseil Saw Mill together witli engine boiler and saw works, mid all machinery and implements connected therewith to satisfy the sum of .t228.03 with interest from October 18th 1010, nnd the sum of $5.00 costs. Said purchaser will be required to execute bond witli approved security payable to Commissioner, bearing interest from date and having the force of a replevin bond. AVitness my hand the 11th day oT April, 11)11. I50MIJI.CS JACKSON, Mrster Com'r. Powell C. C. wn-ters rate the hospitals, dispensaries and visiting nurses are perhaps more Important, 'but tor the achievement of flnal' victory the school offers the best opportunity. There we can apply ourselves to forming right habits Instead of trying to change bad ones. There we have the best chance to arrest the germ before It starts on its deadly work. Thero through the education of the children we can most thoroughly and effectively educate tho whole community, r WALSH, mrt ng wtaaaaaaV Box 2091 . Boston. in l.SB 1.1 fp. Mas- -. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Farm for Sale. oOO acres, 4 miles north of Stantobacco ton, 4 room house, barn, 100 acres in- - cultivation balance in good timber, estimated to cut 1,(100,000 feet,' 100,000 feet or which ia yellow poplar. One of the best corn and tobacco farms inl Powell county. This is good limestone land and 5 miles south of Levee, Ky. Will be sold at a bar gain if sold at once. Anyone wishing to buy apply to E. H. Moss, Mt. Sterling, Ky. It. It. G. Phone 093A. 10-aer- RCJatVm,mW 'i. .1 IV V. '.TBaVl - aWHt iHl 1 h.T Ia l ifTjiUVf'irir. Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from femnln ailments. Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others. But whether you have little pain or whether you suffer intensely, you should take Wine of Cardui and get, relief. Uardui is a sale, natural medicine, for women. prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in- greaients. 11 acts easily on me lemale organs and gives strength and tone to the whole system. llattie Campbell. Plain tiff, NOTICE. PUBLIC SALE AND RENTING OF versus John Campbell, Defendant. Notice of salo in equity. 15y virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the Moreh term 1011, Commissioner's thereof, in the above, cause, the undersigned will on the 1st day of May, 1911, at 1 o'clock P. M., or thereabout, Powell Circuit Court. (being Court Day), I ns Commissioner proceed to olfer for sale at Public Clarence French &c. Plaintiffs Auction to the highest bidder, on n versus Etta May Yocum &c, Defendant. credit of six months, at the Court Notice of salo in equity. House door, Stanton, Ky., the propKy. virtue of a judgment and order of erty mentioned in the judgment, it salo of the Powell Circuit Court, ren: dered at the November Term, 1010, Situated on tho wnters of Kcd river thereof, in the above cause the undersigned will on tho 1st day of May, and in Powell county, Ky., bounded ns 1011, at 1 o'clock P. M., or thereabout, follows: beginning at the mouth of the ( being Court Day). I will as Commis- Dawson branch on the north bunk of sioner, proceed to oiler for sale at Pub-li- e Ueil river corner to Alvin Fortner; Auction to the highet bidder, on a credit fix months, at tlte Court HoiiMt tlirnce northward with eastern side of door, Stanton Ky., the property men- brunch to the public road leading down tioned in the judgment, said rivercoruer to A. Forknur; thence Situated on the waters of Hatcher's with the center of said road westward creek in Powell county, Ky., and to the corner of the land known as the known as the widow's dowery in the Edward ltose land now occupied by J. division of the lauds of John French, L. Little ; thence with said Little line deceased and beginning at station No. southward about 450 yards to a double "0 on point of clilf corner to Hurst sycamore; thence eastward with said white oak and ash pointers ; thence S. Little's line to the river at two water I's li. MU.GOP. to a stone, dogwood, burceeson the river; thenco up the three pines, three wiiite oaks and hick- rher with its meanders to tins beginory pointers ; thence S. 81 E. 290.00 P. ning containing about 15 acres more to a stone, four dogwoods, marked as or less, also, another tract of hill land pointers, corner to lot No. 3 and station situated just above the public rond No. 12 in" survey; thence N. 54.5 E. leading down Ited river and bounded 52.80 P. to dogwood and hickory point- as follows: P.eginning at a stake near ers N. 21 V. JM.GG P. xtob, ash and white oak marked as a corner to the 11. t4 ltose tract on the east of tho Dawson hickory pointers; thence N. P. to point on rock, ash pointers; thence branch, the left fork of same; thenco .'1 E. 19.88 P. to black corner to Hard-wic- k on the eastern side of said fork to a ; thence 28.25 V. 20.00 to a stob dogwood Just above the falls in said between two black oaks marked as branch corner to the lands of C. V. pointers; thence N. 33,75 W. 17.12 stob, Forknur heirs; thenco with the line of three hickory 8 and black oak pointers; said farm a western course to the thence 24.50 V. 12.20 P. to a stob, two lands of the original lino of the Jonas uliMtnut tiak pointers, N. 27.25 V 22.90 Forkner farm now owned by J. L. LitP. U a stob, while oak, hickory and tle ; thenco southward to a stake on a black walnut pointers; thence 1(.75 E. knob above tho county road corner to 17.40 P. to a sugar tree or in mill or said Little ; thence witli Little lino to sujiur camp hollow ; thence N. 10.25 V. the original Jonas Forkner line to a 238btoh. near hickory pointers; thence black oak corner to the Jonas Forkner N. 1 1.25 W, 16 48 P. to a stob, 8 link farm and the Edward ltose farm; r un white oak and 12 link from ash thence running south with the county on nt side of both, thence S. 82.50 . road near the I'M wind lioxe house, and h'ti iut, toji of clllf two nr-- pointer witli road 20 feet ; thence turning north lirt clill near cedar stump at to a stake 20 feet from the black oaka-bov- e ttafol'. to tho beginning containing mentioned ; thence an eastern ;i'i2 acres. 2 roods and 2(1 poles excludcourse to the beginning, containing ing from said boundary 60 acres oil' the 18 acres more or less, or sulllcicnt northern side same width at etich end, ut niillU'icnt thereof to produce $ thereof to produce $57u.OO, so ordered mi iniurvil to be matte. lo be made. The pirchiisV' will be required t" Tlii' pnre'ia'cr vi'i be r.' l'cd t give boiul, with approved security, foi givo bond, with npprovod security, for tin pa iiifiit at the purchase money, to (lie payment of the purchase money, have the force and effect of a Replevin to have the force ami effect of a Itinwl, Jtond. bearing Jeiil interest from tin leg:' I ii't'TOt uay of smIo, according to law. from the day of sale, according to Jaw. Ilidders will bo prepared to comply Kidder will be prepared to comply with these utrnii. Allen will bo re- Willi these terms. A lien will he reon tho land sold till all the lumed tained on the hind sold till all the puris paid, w u- money chase money is pa'd. lioiid, pa) able to Commissioner. liuiwl pajnbln to Commissioner. H0MULU.S JACKSON, liO.MliLWS JACKSON, y,H'lr Com'r. Powoll Circuit Court.1 Miisler Com'r Powell C, 0. TAKE Montgomery NEAR Co. Farm, CARDUI - CAflARQO. Sale. . to-w- to-w- The undersigned will, on Mrs. Verna Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. SHe fatted: MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1911, "Cardui has done more for me flan I can describe. Last spring I being County Court day, at the was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but tb court houee door, Mt. Sterling, Ky, no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days,"! was able to do I my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. beginning at about 11 o'clock a. of, m.' offer at public sale the tract AT ALL DRUG- STORES 203.00 acres of land lying in Montgomery county, Ky., nearCamargo adjoining the lands of J. S. Bogie. Congleton and others; being the SlTOrARY OF L. & E. TIME TflELE. same traot of land couveved by J. S. llogie to Mrs. Lizzie S. Hrooksby No. 5. No. 1, jj0 3 ' deed recorded in the oliico of the No. 1 No. I, Daily Sunday Stations. D'"'yDaily. clerk of the Montgomery County Dailv. Only. Couit. P. M. A. M. A. M. 1. M. A. M Have arranged for a fi:(5 Lexington, 0:oo 10:'5 7::io All this land is in grass except ten i):Vi 5:20 :i:cj tVinehester, it: Hi 8:i:i acres. If not sold, the farm will :J:30 11:00 ll:!J4 L. & K. Junction, 8 5:07 bo rented then and there to the 4 :5il 8 : 15 :20 Indian Fields, 8:42 A ::i5 i) :() 0 :02 8 :25 highest bidder. CLAY CITY, .'5:5' 4:2G Stanton, 8:54 S:I5 0:10 Terms nmde known on day of ; : S 4 :20 0:1") 8:48 IWslyu, 809 4: "j sale. 8:45! 8:0:1 4:14 0 :2i Filson, t :i t Mrs. PEARL CRAM, : :57 8 :28 7 :48 it :38 :;)) Campton Junction, as Executrix of Mrs. Lizzie Krooks. n :4:i 7 :45 8 :', :55 4 f5 Natural Bridge,. 7:150 9 :o(i 8:15 3:41 Torrent, 4:t7 3 :20 7 :07 7 :54 Beattyvllle Jet, 10:17 5:10 (! :0r 2:25 O. & K. Junction, 7:05 0:15 U :lf s viO 1 0 :10 I :oo Jnckeon, 0:10 :i0 1:50 Quicksand, 11:40 lCnt-!li)iini- The Woman's Tonic l. West-Boun- d. Eviin - pass-wa- y. ! 1 V, We Ask You 1 to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure It Remember that will help you. this great female remedy ; CARDUI n.u rm. 2 J... ouki m .una vity n 1 has brought relief to thousands of othsr sick women, so why not to' you? For headache, backache, periodical pa'.ns, female weakness, many have said It Is "the best medicine to take." Try Itl The' Following CONNECTIONS afe made Duily Except Sunday. ii E, Junction: Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with the C. Si O. Railway for Mt. Sf.rling, Ky. Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with the Mouu Catnptou Junction: tain Central Bailway for pansengers to and from Campton, Kv Nos. 2 will connect with tho L. dt A, RailBeattyvillo Junction: way for IJeattyville, Ky. Nos. 3 nnd 4 will connect with the O. & K. Hail-wa- y O. Sr. K. Junction: for Cannol City, Ky. and way ta one. L. Boarbon Poultry Cure Is recognized as thestandard poultry remody of tbo world. It Is the one remedy that can bo depended on with absoluto certainty to euro and prevent Llmberneck, Diarrhoea and ull cxUilct forms ot poultry disease. A lew drops la the drinking water keeps fowls lieultby and Ireo from disease. A 6110 bottle makes IS gallons of medicine, t'ot the treatment of Ulackbuad and otnor dlsoasen In turkeys SAVE YOUR FOWLS OupcH, I Cliolorn. Roup, Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS VTVIUIM uy obtained In all sountrltaoa NO I NO j lii rin f (( mponToptiiiiiiiur. TMADUJaaKa.l.'arulaatxlL'ovirlirlitanurla. muu btrtcu, Model or ruoto. tor I rtdraut- - "1 V.W.Ral.ton,HopUlmv1!lc,Kr..iyi hava been railing cblckena toiDcatlr liiiyyc-.- u in J Ilouibon Poultry Cura ii lhi rwxt aiuf iciory remedy I nava ever used 101 idoim a sua uijci. Itn. EQUAL lit F.P.CIy,Parl,Ky.,Myt!"Lailytir I raitnl hundrtdi ol chickens f ice from epc by civlnj Ihtiu 15oiittn Poultry Cure. I find it a uro cure lor CLoltia and Limbtruvck," S. A. pur-chii- Benu a c.nia in tor invaluable tiooK on MOW TO OBTAIN and ULL PATENTS, Wlitell onea will bar. How to net a uartnrr. pattut law and wlvr valuable luloruuuioa, mui ""SOfi? Bourbon 1 All Loadlna DrUooHta. y Remedy Co., SK'lv.u. par OOo Bottla. Trial Vial Fraa. D. PATENT LAWYERS. 1,303 Seventh St., Wuhlngtwi, D, C.J SWIFT It CO. Sojdby Swann-Da- Lbr. Co., Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Clay City.