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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 20, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911042001_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 20, 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. J. . tc Ssfrooniing Coontry Si.oo o Year in Advanta. Wc are here lo help Clay City, the 5 and Ourselves. .1. C litirnher, I'ublishcr. VOL. XVI. So ninny lina to ruin, So mnny days it will slilno CLAY CITY, KY.. TmfftSDAY, Census Returns. APJUL 20. JOll. To Change Road. NO. J(i Elected Delegate. dajs it 585 ten years before. It ure, Than ours, which questions what might is a known fact that Clay City ' be done has more people than that, but If iie'd follow our selfish pleasure. wo will not kick like some of Home and Farm. Let us be satisfied, might and main, With that which is yours and mine. Hotter the wisdom that sends the sun And the rain and their varied meas- report, of of the 1910 census as to incorporated cities has been made public. It credits Cloy City with 581 The Government's After Vote Sellers. Twohundred have been indicted for vote selling in Johnson county, and more than one hundred have been indicted in Floyd county for the same offense. That's going some and we hope to see the whole State going the same way within the next twelve months. There unquestionably are vote sellers all over the State, but they are not caught very often. It seems- that this good work should have begun in the portions of the State, better-ubat if begun in the mountains, this investigation should extend to all parts of the p Undergoes Operation. Mrs. T. S. McKinney, who was operated on at a Lexington hospital lost week for a tumor on one of her shoulders, returned home Monday on a fair way to recovery. Her husband was with her a good portion of the time. Dr. Martin went to Lexington to assist in the operation. Kicked by a Male. Yesterday morning Henry Lyle 'son of Lewis 0. Lyle, of Vaughn's Mill, was kicked by a vicious mule in the mouth and had several teeth He is knocked from his head. very badly injured but not fatally' hurt. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Fox moved from Winchester last Fri- day to this city. Just Received a nice Ladies' Trimmed HATS consisting of the Brodhead-Garretoften. that benevolent lumber concern other more important towns nre will furnish the material and kicking, we just know that there build a bridge across the little are more people here and know branch coming down from that the enumerator got more mill, just as you cross tho names on his list. There is just a mistake in the department. Waltersville highway bridge. That's all. This will be a considerable help to the county as it will be quite Call on Banks. an expensive little bridge if the Dr. Ben L. Brnner, Secretary branch is small. Work on the district. There are twelve disof State, issued a call on the mestic produce. road will begin this week, and in State banks for a statement of Those are the fundamenta tricts in the State and there will their condition on April 12. facts in so far as the tariff affects addition to regular road hands, be fourteen delegates to the NaThe reports from the banks must the fanner, therefore, should the citizeiiB who use this road so tional Camp from Kentucky. be in the office of the Secretary stand for every reasonable com much will join in and help make piece of road. of State by next Tuesday, April mercial arrangement that enlar this important An Old Coin. 25. The statement of the condi- ges his freedom of purchase James Layton, of Paint Lick, To Issue an Industrial Edition.. tion of. the banks, but must be An effort is being made to ar The Winchester Democrat will Garrard county, has in his possesto the State office. mailed dollar bearray the Northwestern farmer a shortly issue an Industrial and sion a Spanish-millePolitical matters are certainly gainst a very mild treaty with Progressive edition, setting forth ing the date of 1428. Tlai coin strung to a high tension just now Canada called a reciprocity trea the great progress Winchester is was chopped out of an old log and much excitement, prevails ty, under which certain products making in the business world, that had many years ago done especially in the political world, are put on the free list. together with its resources and service in a pioneer dwelling. but excitement now is nothing to The woolen manufacturers are natural advantages. When it Mr. Lavton, who has a fondness what it wus one-hacentury ago working vigorously against this comes to progress Winchester for numismatics, bought tho The Civil war was ju6t begun. reciprocity treaty. It does not stands at the head of most Ken- piece of money for his collection The Ladies Prayer meeting affect them so much, and it does tucky cities, and the Democrat of curios. This coin is 488 yeajft sixty-fow- r will be held at the home of Mi's. not affect anybody to any great stands in the front row of Win old, and was minted years before Christopher Columbusiness en R. A. Irvin Sr. next Tuesday at extent, but the woolen manufac chester's bus discovered America. 2 :80 o'clock. turers believe that any conces- terprises. to the demand for a free sion Cynthiana will hold a local op- trade would prove an ultimate Buys Property. Anyhow, a woman knows tion election next Tuesday. Both injury to the woolen schedule, Dr. J. W. Williams haB bought about mathematics to figsides are confident of victory, ' Now - "woolen of Mrs. Warmouth the building ure out how many spring bonnet h schedule is the they claim. the most oppressive imaginable. now occupied by her as a resi her husband's cigar bills will It is now getting so that when u. airectiy atiects every person dence and the vacant lot ad join - buy. a big New Yorker marries yon who buys clothing. L al It is a tax ins on the east side, nave lO UHK Wiiuatt wne sue Useu If spring hasn't any more iciupon every piece of cloth that so purchased of Mrs. Litt'epage to be. cles hidden up her sleeve, what you buy that has any wool in it the old durg store building and Dr. Martin reports the birth of at all, and .you pay a. tax. will move this to the vacant lot she is giving us uow will do a girl to Mr. and Mrs. John Bnl pretty well. Iherearea number of items he got from Mrs. Warmouth. lard Wednesday, thelfUh. on the tariff bill put in there ox are purely for the purpose of delud Air. ana Airs. J. A. visiting their daughter, Mrs. S ing the American farmer with S. Witt, at Lexington. the idea that he is protected. The Southern farmer knows that he is not protected. He knows that the American tariff restricts his markets and he ought to be Ky. prompt, therefore, in supporting men who stand for a reduction of the the tariff. Home and Farm does not often We curry a full lino of General Merchandise and go into party politics. It believes that the farmer ought to act And are soiling the goods to our largo trade line of f vote in accordance with his own to the general inter convictons and they tell us they aro ests. We do not believe in spe cial legislarion for the benefit of any class, but men who got up a scheme of special legislation gen erally put in some measure designed to win the support of the farmers under the pretext that he shares in these special privileges. Home and Farm. You can do the same thing. If you are not t, Mas-tin'- s one-thir- d d lf -- What Hie Farmer Needs What tho Amefican farmer needs is broader ' markets in which to purchase. He has to sell his surplus product in Lon don and the London price fixes tho price of what and cotton mo tanner sells in an open mar ket and buvs in a nrotected mar ket. He sends if bale of cottton to London and;gets $75 for it but he is not permitted to buy clothing or farm supplies and bring them in free. He must ei ther pay a dutjr at the custom house of at least or he must bring his "money home and pay that muoh higher for the do F The county has purchased a road through the lands of Miss Millie Skinner and P. B. Kirk nnd are changing the county road up the river to Black creek close up to the hill where it will not bo subject, to overflow right-of-wa- y so Dr. Wm. C. Martin has been l County elected by the Camps of Modem Woodmen delegate to attend the Statu Camp meeting of this order to lm held at Bowling Green May fjnl. The Doctor will leave on the 2nd of May to attend this meeting and will be gone for a week i t ten days. The Head National Camp will bo held at Buffalo, N. Y. some time in June and the members of Powell county ami the many friends of Dr. Martin are anxious to see the Doctor go to Buffalo as a delegate to the Head Camp from this, the 7tti lm-o- WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 Waltersville, I Saving Money. already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They wlllopen your eyoeto an opportunity. Latest and Best Styles which we invite you to call and see your earliest convenience. You at will be pleased. H. T. Porickson, Oonleo Bros. and other persons interested will put in a tile factory at Stanton. They should find no troublo in disposing of their output all at lotno where thousands of acres of valuable farm lands in this county are almost worthless ,for the lack of under drainage. ' Dr. Irvin reports the birth of a iriil to Mr. mid Monday, April Mr. H. M B WW Send Us Your Orders. 9 in Cluy City or near our store we will "deliver the goods'' C. SHlMh ESSEL. ! i'. Tho State Fair at Louisville will ie held tins year September Uth to 10th. - ? It Sit I TTTi; thoy believe dishonest, and oftnn I it) 1 AAP. 1 JL1VJL1X). they aro convinced inthe prK Powell county is leading- her niary that n ninu is djshonqst, neighlforsJVu thig laudable enter- - the lust, iaano 'V rtf tlin Tunop, liiu udminution, una that Subscription rates SI a j'ear or three lot's in the Republicans. Don't :ibuso your opponents, gentle years In nsivanceSJJ. mon.'-Kon your own merits J. E.-- , Burgher, Publisher. or get oil" tho track: mr in; gut " flET IN T INE. ot the county(apprecinte.tlie 'interest shown ,'jn ' them and' do their very best to win every premium o fie red. M. M. ogfjn, of Edmonson count)1, is a candidate' for Attor-neGeneral of Kentucky, sub. ject to the action of the Democratic party? ' "We learn he is in no way allied 'to, the big 'corrupting trust forming corporations. This being' true, lid deserves due consideration, from Democrats all over the State. y Now is the time to get into the rigfht Kntered hs second-eliis- s mail.uintter. 0Rear, the best man ever of- dress parade the procession of has started you can get better clothes made to your own measure from $5 to $8 less charge- .than other-'.tailor- s below mentioned The Times and Courier-Journ- al fered in recent years through the medium of'the Republican party for governor of this Stnto,. acCLyB KATES... cording to the latest, is to ha'sac-rificeFor the convenience of our for Lieutenant Ooverpor we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices Cok. Even (jfvcrnor..Willson is Thursday,' April "20, 1911. ?, d SPRING SUITS : " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisville Herald $1.00 1.10 90 75 1.00 90 75 " " " " Home and Farm Inland Farmer American Farmer Southern Agriculturist II. G. GAijItUrr, of Clark county, ns a candidate for 'e are atithorilcd to announce ' ' said to have said ;that lie would not vote for O'Rear should his party nominate him, and thousands of other Republicans will, it is claimed, do likewise. It is not because of his personal platform but because they know, if elected, he will stick to that platThe Republicans make form. platforms to run on not to on .............................................. Knilroad Commissioner Our enemies in this the Third Kent 'Hey District, rected toward Iiupuliii-ca- n su'ojcci. to the .iQticn" . parly-- . " Congressman 01 He James, for United States Senator in his opening speech scored Sen-to- r I'aynter, his opponent, attacking his record severely. We don't like such methods of secur-iican-didat- e Tho Democratic House caucus movement as we should and as has resolved to pass the CanadiWe must educate we must do. an reciprocity and a bill placing our'selves'and "our neighbors 'on ft it It r fVrtn of- flirt 4mIImi'ii i fr are not. being dithe Good Uoads Langley has. notifiedi President W.e beTaft that bcwill notvote.for the We are reaching out for bigger business Canadian reciprocity bill. Of course not. ,.Lungley is a stand lieve in low prices and high quality and want to pat Republican. Great, men like 'Fabrics, fit,' finish and Bryan cannot learn him good make your spring suit. things if 8uch.inen as Teddy and qua i ity are all guaranteed . You owe it to your- Taft. are every day falling in line with the ideas of the great self to get your money's worth and better clothes . MBMHSBBHBBHSMSBBBasHSMMBBHSBMSBBBBHS horc jsjoui uliuPcp- - come in today and be '' ' I measured for a spnug suit, , nominations. Lei nMriati rnn It seemed easier forTaft- to get inerits'und irnt tin1 denier' his su'diers to the Mexican war it of his opponent. Besides if a scene i. to maii..gv them when party opponent succeeds in gain-ithey appear to be needed. He sr vote by HiH kinn men against has ; .ed upon Congress frr the other fellow, ami lhat fellow some artinii in the matter u w In offering premiums of $55.50 that the Mexicans are begintii. n fje's the iHiiiiinatinn. he has bur In tie eh uiee of winning, because to members of the Boys' Corn 'to really disturb sione of ml npj vrt men Ciiil) as prizes as was published people i tr..:ona. l'in on his n this important q,iiQ8tion. Wh.en we learn what a convenience it is to, have good roads; what' a profit it is to'have them.Tind how little individually it costs . to have !food roads with a united and one stro::i: and determined puy, we should not hesitate io take hold anil push the matter i speedilv to the front. wire fejicing,, baling bugging, cotton ties, salt, b.ig'iiig ties and burlap. - desseit meat Hour, rough and saiblles,, wire, cotton tides:' Agricultural implements, and meat products, sli lumber, boots,. s Mrs, J. rt vrc Williams. MILLS FUOTJR PROUD OF HERXAKES, Bread und pies the winnnn is who liiis iiinde them from Hope Mn.ts' Success in bread or cake flour hukiii!.' is alwuys unre to follow whe" you uce this hitjii jirnde und Hour, sold everywhere. if'i - 11 VI I g Can & . Y ou . K' . 3 ifford to seeking your business J LLi . You .expect some' 'day to open ah account with a .clean, strong progres- sive bank. Why not now? ' "The CLAY CITY NATIONAL is and is prepared to care for it. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles ' Ky. 3 per cent, on Time Deposits. Clay, City National Bank. . . mmmmmmmmmmmt . , . t , . Not Simply a Car-b- ut u. - me now is at., umo ui yr wucu juu w tn thlDk f the C" yU ,nUnd r i- Car Service ha f 4 n trp-- ai -- m i. o when you buy. that the abeo- lute limit of dollar ror dollar return is reached In cars selling under f2,000. When you nay more, your returns oe notin pro- portion to your inveatraent. When you buy, buy not simply u car, but car aervioe. Buy cornect design, accur- ate construction, and good materials. Buy sound motor car value. MARATHON ttD? 10 Remember, Hanna's Green Seal "THE passing years. MADE-T0-WEA- CAturnrnM Car. Standard Touring Car and Roadster, and Torpedo . ' Roadster. Prices from $1,500 to $1,700. IfATAD YMrriDlVC KTochiiilltf "Tnnti nuuianjaependableutllltythalcuaracter. iiu weMAUAiuua. And It's yours for the asking. , Won't you asV for It t modela Include Torpedo Touring Car. Fore: Door Touring . we can convince you of Its truth. cataloiruo which w h JeaMl ot,11,t.ciiancaldescribes. In excellence. d, tn nil ihU. iTirnV vmi Batdo.,'tacrcptour.ncre.ttment. For if. R PAINT? in quality Has stood the test of time and has been improved . with .the :i,anl..Ml.,l.,l.,l..ll.l..lJl.1.,l.,li.lr.s.l.".IV)l.".ll; Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. vLy.?EPJENCE IS A GOOD 7IACHZR. TE5T TIIE QUALITY. FRUIT and SHADE i I sKAiH TREES. AoparuKUx, . HEsiL flttla f ? tJ HiP tir KX? mm is a difference. It is a good idea to learn he composition of the paint you intend to use. There HUckberries, Ri)?es, Illiu-Imrl- i, pvriuuia. huwiush .1... CAlliMtlnii mSSOyou oar vt balM (9trHalam. A trial nUl The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's ' Green Seal Paint.1' roe SALE BY UiKpherries, etc. B!"." .tlluiHTVftl Til H1.K1.K. Paper. Write to-d- t Mention .this pmtLu ..!.. ' " - This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the maker in their product. have Write for free catalogue. We have no agents. I juumnfy! tfStaa "."TT-T!T4-4- o WFtVr wi.h ,?r bl VUntf . i M SEND IO CbWIS., t -U i L B i H. F. I Hlllenmeycr Sons, KY. st. Atkinson & Lyle, Stanton, Ky. LEXINGTON, THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MADE PAPER. After much rain and many cloudy days Easter broke forth Sunday morning with a clear and sunny sky and for a few days at east wo had no rain. Kicked by a Mad Horse. Samuel Birch, of Beetown, Wis., had n most narrow escape from los ing hU leg, as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed, but at last Bucklen'e Arnica Halve curad jt completely. Its the greatest healer of ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, corns, bruises and piles on earth. Lumber Try it. 25c at Swann-DaCo.'s store. y Tho family of Frank Ernest left Monday for their homo some where in the south' where Mr. Ernest is now located. They went form here to Irvine to visit relatives a few days. v What Aits Youl Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tonue, bitter or bad taste in morninf, "heart-burn,- " belching of gas, acid risings in throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms ? LOCAL THURSDAY Nicholiisville BREVITIES, April 20, 1011. voted wot last Everybody to Help, Now that the Fiscal Court has shown its willingness to build roads in the county, we want to Friday by (15 nmjority. Mrs. Wm. 0. Martin visited relatives at Ilosslyn this week. ChaB. Russell is homo from Lexington much improved in cold-sore- s, health. Mrs. W. T. Wood and' daugh-te- r visited relatives at Winchester a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mountz, Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio, are spend- ing a few days with relatives in the city. Elder J. T. Turpin'will preach ' Valley Saturday night, Sunday morning and Sunday night. Mrs. Tom Mountz left Tuesday for Sardis, Miss, where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. at Powell's W. E. Moore. Ike Barnett bought of Elder Albert Easter a boundary of acres of land twenty-fiv- e adjoining him for 175. Mrs. John Rose is improving and will, soon as able to be taken, go to Stanton to live with her (laughter, Mrs. Hall. There will be an eclipse of the snn Friday evening, April 28 visible in this section about 5:80 o'clock, if it is not cloudy. S. R. Curtis was in Clark county two days of this week to see his sister, Mrs. Tapp, who has a severe attack of pneumonia. Owing to a wreck Want State Aid. The Herald takes a broad view that the whole State should contribute to the aid of those counties unable of themselves to build good roads, satisfied that the enhanced value of lands along them will in a few years increase the assessment so largely that a considerable reduction in the tax rate can be made. It 'is therefore for the constitutional a- mendmcnt to enable the State to thus contribute. In other words, it is "for good roads" and willMidnight in the Ozarks. ing not only to name the way to be taxed to and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, secure them, but to of Clay City, III., couched and that tid. Lexington Herald. coughed. He was in the mountains Saved His Mother's Life. advice of five doctors, who "Four doctors had given me up," on the said he had consumption, but found writes Mrs Laura Gaines, of Avo- no help ih the climate, and started ca, La., "and my children and all Hearing of Dr. King's home. my fricndD were looking for rne to New Discovery, he begin to use it. die, when my son insisted that I believe it saved my life," he use Electric Bitters. I did so, and "I writps, "for it made a new man of thev have done me a world of good. so that I can now do good work I will always praise them." Elec me, For all lung diseases, tric Bitters is a priceless blessing to iigain." coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, women troubled with fainting and whooping cough, hay fever, dizzy spells, backache, headache, croup, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, weakness, debility, constipation or known remedy. Price kidney disorders. Use them and its the best and 81.00. Trial bottle free. gain new health, strength and vig- 50c Lumber by Swann-Daor. They're guaranteed to satisfy Guaranteed Co.'s store. Only 50c at or money refunded. y urge the citizens throughout the county who nre interested in good roads to begin talking roads until' they have converted every unbeliever. If this i!i done, by the time the machinery which the Fiscal Court is k0'S to buy is ready for work everybody will be ready to assist in every way possible. We have heard some farmers express themselves already and they say they are ready to furnish teams and whatever else is necessary. If this is done by everyone the county need not be at any expense except furnishing the machinery, and in this way the roads will not cost anyone a great deal. Let's start this campaign immediately and keep it up until the roads are completed. Irvine Herald. If you bave any considerable number of the above symptoms you are suffering from biliousness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Sr. Pieroe's Golden Medical Discovery is made up, of the most valuable medicinal principle knows to medical science for the permanent cure of such abnormal condition. It is a most efficient liver invigorator, stomach tonic, bowel regulator and nerve strengthened The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not patent medicine or secret nostrum, a full list of its ingredients being printed on its and attested under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harmg ful drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, d glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American medical, forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. Y. bottle-wrapper habit-formintriple-refine- 1 com- We have the largest and most plete line of STOVES to be found in Central Kentucky. Our line comprises the famous Malleable Steel Range and Fosters line of cookihg heating stoves. and Come in and give us a look. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. 3 Lumber Co 's store. with, a Swann-DaChristian Endeavor. freight train near Fincastle Satuwestbound passenger Program for the Christian En rday-tho was several hours late. deavor Society meeting Sunday evening April 23. Some people seem to hold to Topic "Sabbath Benefits." the old saying, "rain on Monday Miss Mollie Johnson. rain at least three days in the Leader Organist Miss Sallie Fletcher. week, "and it certainly seems to Song Audience. hold good this Spring. Bible Lesson (Isa. 58:1-1Mrs .1. W. Williams has just Lord's Prayer. received n nice shipment of elegant "The Lord's Day" Malcom lnce curtains that will please her Wood. lady customers. Ask to see them "A Great Benefit in the Servwhen you are at this store. ice" Mrs. W. C. Martin. "The Lord's Day, the Day of A meeting of the City Council Rest" Mrs. J. H. Burgher. was to have been held last Satur Song Audience. day night to consider the bridge "Remembrance of our Lord's nuestion but there was no quo Supper," (Acts 20:7) Reese rum present and the meeting was Shimfessel. adjourned Until the regular May Roll Call. meeting. Song. Benediction. WANTED Sulesman and Col to lector on salary and commission Statu ok Ohio, Cityof Toledo, as. se'1 Sewing Machines and collect county. ) on accounts. Party must furnish Frank J. Cheney makes oath that y 4.) SEEDS .M 1 T.a.U . 1 akf. rriaaaaa bIUk 1 tf. OUrT 1 pk.brl;inwkM4Cakt 1 ptf. rtrl Uttaaa FOR 10 CENTS postpaid oar FAMOUS COLLECTION Day . we will lend SPKCML OFFER Fresh, RclhSle, I'ura Guarantied to Plsase Ererr Oirdenf r and Planter bonld teat the aunerlnr mrrlta of Our Northern Grown Seeda. Spring and Summer ... . . . . .10. V . laa 1(M to. ita Itr!l.rt. pack I Of n..r S4 . . . . II. Vrlto today! Sand 10 onita to halp par paataia and and facalva thaabova 'Tamova Collection," with oar N.w .ad Initractlva Oardan Onlda ai.oo Goods. We invite you to 13M OREAI Rose St. MORTHKKN 8KKD CO. Rockford, Illlnota call and see our line We can te K. OAIUTAZj stock. 9100,000 of Spring and Summer goods. 3 in- SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, THE i A terest you who appreciate up-to-da- mer- chandise at the lowest possible prices. We have all the new things in Dregs Goods, Neckwear, fc Winchester Bank. E N.IIOII.Y WlTHBHHPOOtf, PHKH. OAHHIKH. E W. R. SPIIAK, B 5 3 3 3 etc., & etc., for women and misses. low-cut- s, We are sole agents Call on or write he is senior partner of the firm of h YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED Machine Co., In F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business E to Singer Seng corporated, Winchester, Ky. in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm Frank Daniel has accepted a will pay the sum of ONE position with Combs Lumber DOLLARS for each and evCompany at Lexington ns ma ery ease of Catarrh that cannot be Watchmaker chinist at a cood salury. He will curod by the use of Hall's Catarrh 5j Jeweler. to that city in about two Cure. move FRANK J. CHENEY. weeks. Mr. Daniel is a good man Sworn to before me and subscriband one wo regret to see leave ed in my presence, this (tth day of our city. December, A. D. 1880. A. W. GLEASON, Never Out of Work. All Kinds of Watch and Clock (SfcAI.J Notaky Puiii.uk Repairing on Short Notice and busiest little things ever made The Reasonable Terns. SATISFACHall's Catarrh Cure if taken in HreDr. King's New Life Pills. Ev TION GUARANTEED. Line of directly on the globule of ternally, and acts cry pill is a health, that changes weakness into blood and mucfus surfaces of the Jewelry v .SnectflCiJ?- lmvun nml wntron. HUN-DRED for "Q'ieen Quality" shoes for women, and have all the hoth in oxfords and pumps. new styles in We also have a line of millinery. This season our hats Cin-nat- i, will all be trimmed by one of the best milliner firms in and of course wijl be right up to the minute. We would like to show you men and boys our lines of clothing, hats, shoes, neck wear, shirts and etc., before buying elsewhere, for sure that we can suit you, also that you will see that we will save you money. 6hoes for men and boys, and We handle "Walk-Ove- r" have all the new things in low cuts. we feel f J.P.flAUPPIN, I We also handle Buggies, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Suit Cases, Matting, Kugs, Wall Paper, Cook Stoves, Roofing, sugar-coate- d and ete. In fact think can supply your every want. F. J. Chtney & Co., Toledo, O. biain fog into mental power; curSold by Druggists, price 75c. ing Constipation, Headache, Chills, Take Hall's Family Pills for conDyspepsia', Majaria. Only 25u at stipation. ' Co. Swann-Dautoiu. Lumber y . t I CaH and mw'bm In the Red River Hotel BtsMdlag, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY - I j I'm. a. Hardvvick & Co., Stanton. i I e a, - - ' Pnrnmicoi'nnQr'o Solo Powell Circuit Court. O. Eggs for Sale. Some Reasons Whv. Kggs of pure bied poultry. As a newspaper man we never Barred Plymouth Rocks, 50c per did believe much in referring to Hrown Leghor;.s, 75c per scttiuu ogizing for their lack ot the world's of In eggs. goods. They may be poorer in $5.00 Recipe Cures. Recipe of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE. I will send a copy of this wonderful new prescription,- free of charge, - ttfi'jiUC 4. Willi. X'JlllIll versus U. ,W. Lyle's hcirx Defendants. Notice of Sale. Pursuant to judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Cour,t entered in the above styled cause, I will on Thursday the 15th dny of June, 1011, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. nml 4 o'clock p. in. nt the. old G. W. Lyle residence on Ilardwick's creek, ne,ar Vaughn's Mill, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidber the old home form of said G. W. Lyle, Sr., adjoining the lands of I. T. Sams' heirs Bud Bush, D. 11. Daniel, Jeff Wright and C. 0. Daniel, Jr., and containing nbont 220 acres.J This sale will be made oil a credit of sije. twelve and eighteen months, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved securi-t- y and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. At the same time and jilace I will sell that tract of land known as the Tar Kiln Hollow tract on the waters of Hackcoon branch adjoining the land of Marion Curtis and containing about 20 acres ; and at the same time I will sell a tract at the foot of the Estill Furnace mountain on Ilardwick's creek adjoining the lands of Wasscn heirs and JToah llusscll and containing about 30 acrces; and the Mime time and place I will sell a certain house and lot in Clay City known as lot No. 1' and 28, in blix-- .Mo. 61 nnd 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 approved security bearing interest from date and having the force nnd effect of n replevin bond. Any one desiring to iuspect the property will call on or communicate with L. C. Lyle, Vaughns Mill, Ky., or M. It. Lyle, Stanton, Ky. Witness my hand this 11th day of April. 1911. UOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r. and-plac- White Leghorns, $1 per setting purse than other, men and they of 15 eggs. may not be. This is not so bad as Mrs. Nettie Welch, If they are poor Clay City, Ky. there surely is ajfeason. Yes, there pointed out several Commissioner's Sale. are J. Keliyreasons,ofas the Centrulla by Pool Powell Circuit Court. (Mo.) Courier. ' He' reminds us that the editor has to give away so Atkinson & Lyle, Plaintiffs, mi'cli of what he has to sell space, versus George Ifnddix, Defendant, and then pay out money to have Notice of sale. type set to fill the columns of space Pursuant to a judgment of the Pow- he gives away. Uncle Sam is one ell Circuit Court in the above styled action I will on Monday the 2th day of the worst sort of "spongers." He of April, 1011, at the mill site on wa- sends, out columns upon columns of ters of Hatton creek near the foot of "dope" about census, ruial delivHatton creek mountain between the ery, dead letters,' forest reservahours of 10 and 12 o'clock, in the forenoon of snid day offer for sale to the tions, immigration, and other subjects, requesting that it highest nnd best bidder on a credit of three months, one 18 Horse Power be printed but never a cent to puv Uussell Saw Mill together with engine the freight. The newspaper man boiler nnd saw works, and all machins expected to give away space for ery and implements connected therethe public good. Deaths are willwith to satisfy the sum of $228.03 with interest from October 18th 10P, and ingly announced as a news matter, the sum of $5.00 costs. Sa'd purchas- but unduly long obituaries are ofer will be required to execute bond ten contributed that cost the ediwith approved security payable to tor a cash outlay to. print. BulleCommissioner, bearing interest from tin? (padded beyond all rnnon), date and having ilie forcu of a replev cards of thanks, announcements, in bond. Witness my hand the 11th day of ail these are pushed on the editors April, 1011. of the country papers, and seldom KOMULUS JACKSON, is there anyone willing or able to Mrster Com'r. pay the cost. After he has givenJ away much of his space he is still Commissioner's Sale. expected to make cash donations Powell Circuit Court. and subscriptions to everything Hattio Campbell, Plaintiff, that comes along., or be pointed, out versus as a "tightwad" in the communiJohn Campbell, Defendant. Notice of sale in equity. ty. The public does not seem to By virtue of a judgment and order understand that space to the newsof sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered ac the Murc'i ior;u 1011, paper can is what flour is to the Commissioner's Sale. thereof, in the above cause, the un- miller, or drugs to the gruggist. It dersigned will on the 1st day of May, is his stock in trade. If the mer1011, at 1 o'clock P. M or thereabout, J'owell Circuit. Court. (being Court Day), 1 as Commissioner chant gave away as much of his proceed to offer for sale at Public goods us the newspaper man does, Ohirencc French &c. Plaintiffs Auetion to the highest bidder, on a versus he would have to go out of busiKtta May Yocum &c, Defendant. credit of six months, at the Court Notice of sale in equity. ness. So we say : If the newspaper House door, Stanton, Ky., the By virtue of a judgment and order of fails to become a Croesus, in the judgment, it man sate of the Powell Circuit Court, : theie's h reason several of them. at the November Term, 1010, Situated on the wnters of Ked river thereof, in the above cause the undersoul-povertdry-as-du- in a plain ordinary sealed envelo, e to any one who will write me for it. Just send me your name nnd address at once and you will receive the recipe by return mail, charges paid. I will also send you free of charge my book, "How to Get Well" for your guidnncp. T think it is my duty to help suffering humnuity 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, ns voti ninv not see this oiler again. I know my treatment is 11 s.ife and sure cure for Rheumatism, Diabetes, "Dropsy, Neuralgia, Diarrhoea, Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Kidney nnd Bladder Troubles, Heart Disease, Iuipuio Blood, Female Troubles, Torpid Liver, Nervousness, Miliaria and all Uric Acid Diseases. st Dr. D. J. WALSH, Box 205)4 Boston, Mass. Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay usino; Oardui for their female troubles. Cardui has been found to relieve headache, bnoknc.he, pain in the side and diz ziness, arising trom deranged organs. It does more than relieve, it used persistently ina"ny have written to say that it cured them'.- CARDUI It Will Help You j 37 Mrs. Maxwell Johnson. Tampa, Fla., writes: "Onrdui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed. I had been suffering with numb spells ever since I was 1G years old. One day I decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to cive Cardui a long and fair trial." Mrs. Johnson suffered j'ears. Have you? Do you wish to H Dm wny suner at aur Take uarclui. Uive it a fair trial. property-m- entioned to-w- AT ALL DRUG STORES ' ren-'dor- signed will on the 1st day of May, 1011, at 1 o'clock P. M., or thereabout, (being Court Day). Twill ns Commis-r.ione- r, proceed to oiler for sale nt Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit six months, at the Court House door, Stanton Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, t: Situated on the waters of Hatcher's creek in Powell county, Ky., and known as the widow's dowery in the division of the lands of John French, deceased and beginning at station No. 70 on point of cliff corner to Hurst white oak and asli pointers; thence S. K. U2.C0 P. to a stone, dogwood, three pines, three white oaks and hickory pointer ; thence S. 81 K. 200.1IU P. to a stone, four dogwoods, marked as pointers, corner to lot No. 3 and station Ho. 12 in survey; thence X. 54.5 K. fi'J.M) P. to dogwood and hickory pointers X. 21 W. 34.00 P. Mob, at.li and hickory pointers; thence N. W. 11.E4 V, to point on rock, ash pointers; thence 21 K. 1D.SS P. to black corner to Hardin ick ; thence 28. 23 W. 20.UU to a stob between two black oaks marked as I'ointers; thence X. 33.73 W. 17.12 stob, three hickory and black ouk pointers; liience IM.oO W. 12.20 P. to a ttoli, two chestnut oak pointers, N. 27.23 W 22.00 P. to a stob, white oak, hickory and hluck walnut pointers; thence 1('.73 10. 17.40 P. ton Mignr tree or in miliar Miynrcamp hollow; thence N. 10.23 irib stob. near hickory pointers ; thence H. 14.23 V, 10 IV p. to a stob. 8 links ii'jm white oakaud 12 links from ash ou east side 6f both. thelieeS. 82.30 W. 2 8..1K stub, toji of cliff two ash pointers lirst el ill near cedar stump at C 38 P.! to the beginning containing ;cc' and 20 pole in; 'mill . !a 'juundary Wi acre.-- oil the iiut llit ru side same width at eneli end, or sufficient thereof to produce j ho ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bund, with npproud security, foi Hie payment of the piirchac money, to liiivi' tint force and effect of a Replevin IS. mil, bearing legal interest from the day of sule, according to law. Kidder will he prepared to comply Willi tliei-- leruis. A lieu will be on I lie laud sold till all the to-wi- ;:d c pur-niH- ni'Uiey i. linnd lui.Miblo liOMI'I.US JACKS! .Mat... I ..i .. I'.'Aiii i hi nil Court paid.,'J to (;oiiimlslouer. and in Powell county, Ky., bounded as follows : beginning at the mouth of the Dawson branch on the north bank of lfed river corner to Alvin Fortner; tliruce northward with eastern side of branch to the public road leading down said river corner to A. Forkncrjthencu with the center of said road westward to the corner of the laud known as the Kdward Uose land now occupied by J. L. Little; thence with said Little line southward about 430 yards to double sycamore ; thence eastward with said Little's line to the river at two water burcees on the river; thenco up the river with its meanders to the beginning containing about 15 acres more or less, alo, another tract of hill land situated just above the public road leading down Bed river and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake near white oak marked as a corner to the Uose tract on the cast of the Dawson branch, the left fork or iame; thence on the eastern side of said fork to a dogwood Just above the falls in said branch corner to the lauds of C. V. Forkner heirs ; thence with the line of said farm u western course to the lauds of the original lino of the Jonas Forkner farm now owned by J. L.. Little ; thence southward to a stake on a knob above tin; county road corner to said Little ; thence with Little line to the original Jonas Forkner line to a black oak corner to the Jonas Forkner farm and the Kdward. Bose farm; thenco running south with the county road near the Kdward Uose house, and with road 20 feet ; thenco turningnorth to a stake 20 feet from the black onka-bov- e mentioned ; thence an eastern i oii. in III" net IHIIU'C eo"t ii H"" hout 18 acres more or less, or sufficient thereof to produce $570.00, so ordered lo bo made. The pureluixer will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have tho force and effect of a Bond, bearing legal' Interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be to comply with these terms." A lien will be retained on the land sold till ull the purchase money is pa'd. Bond payable to Commissioner. BOMULUS JACKSON, Master Coin'r Powell C. 0. ln pa-unre- Farm for Sale. 500 acres, 4 miles north of Stanton, 1 room house, 10 acre tobacco barn, 100 acres in cultivation bal- No. 2", ' No. i, ance in good timber, estimated to' Daily. Daily. cut 1,000,000 feet, 100,000 feet of which is yellow poplar. One of A. M. the best corn and tobacco farms in 7:!15 2:'2 Powell county. This is good limeII til.") 8:W 8:-stone laud and 5 miles south of 3:-:i:atf 8:12 Levee, Ky. Will be sold at a bar3Vj' :0-- j gain if sold at once. Anyone wish3:5S ' 0:10 ing to buy apply to E. H. Moss, !):15 t :!' Mt. Sterling, Ky. 4:14 R. II. G. Phone OuUA. 4 :'M) 'J :38 !) :4:i 4 ::)5 9 :5(i 4 :47 5:10 1,0:17 :0 11:1.5 Rast-Bound. SlJtWK 1 OF L. & E. TlflE TjfSLE. West-Boun- No- - Stations. Daily. No. 3, Dallv- - N(K f, Ex. Sun. A. M. Sunday Only. A. M. PM.' 0 P.M. 0:05 5:20 5:07 4 :53 4 :35 Lexington, iViuchexter, L. & K. Junction, 0:.55 10:2i 9:4iJ 0:12 0:00 8 :45 8 :25 !):3t 9 :20 9 :0i We Ask You G:l0 11:10 L. ":'.') Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Camp ton .Tnnctlnn, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyvillo Jet, O. & K. .1 unction, Jackson, Quicksand, 8:15 8 :09 8:0:1 7 :48 7 :45 4:26 4 :20 8:54 8:42 8 :48 8 :28 8 :2G 4:14 3 :57 3 :f)5 7:30 7 :07 (1:15 3:41 3 :20 8:15 7 :54 0:10 2:25 2:20 1:50 7:05 :oo to take Cardul, for your female troubles, because' yip are sure it will help you. 'Remember that this great female remedy WINE .OF CARD il l SpiihTluVtity I FJ has brought relief to thousands of other sick women, so why not to you? For headache backache, periodical pa.ns, female weakness, many nave said It is "the best medicine to' take." Try ltl The Following CONNECTIONS are made Duily hxcept Sunday. y & E. Junction: Nos. 1 and 3 will connect with the C. & O. for Alt. Stirling, Ky. Nos. 1, 2, 3 ami 4 will connect with the Moun Cumpton Junction: tain Central Railway for passengers to and frofi Campton, Ky y Beattyvillo Junction: Nos. 2 will connect' with the L. & A. for Benttyville, Ky. Nos. 3 and 4 will connect with the O. & K. RailO. S: K. Junction: way for Cunnel City, Ky. apt! way sta ons. Kail-waHail-wa- Bourbon Poultry Cure l reoognlzod as tho standard poultry rrmedy of the world. It U tba ono remedy tbat coo bo depended oa with ubbolute certainty to cure and prevent and oil Diarrhoea drinkingexlMlni; forma llmberneck.drops kecpi eases. ! SAVE YOUR FOWLS Gupes, Clioleru, Roup, or water . ' I j. tUo 'iMt j.miS. t. A few tm ilkoi,!'a in the . "1f tr.'t..0:Ui.Jl v"'" fowls bealtby urd .Iu.cala poultry disucdiUnu f.. turkc. Bourbon Poultry Cure W. EQUAL I I I Kond ikelo5rodIW Pb4. "or Ietd.MP Tun yiiubmtr?. Yumipoot- - ri n U11. W. W.HilrtOBiHoplcIaiJU,'Ky..'ni !'I hir been tailing chlcKa 1 (oroMilr filiyyott nd Bourbon Poultry Cur it ihaooftaaiiJactoiyiwutdy, I havo ever utod lor Cholera and Uapaa. I railed bundnda ol chicken Iim lioni sspea by giving ihm liouibou Poultry Cure. I tin J il a ture euro lor Cholera awd Liiubtrneck," a Mr P.P. CI.Y,Pil,Ky.,iy: "Laityor lnromwlMl. Lauoetou, Ky.. U. S. A. Haw to am mix patmts. onlybr t All Leading Manufactured B . . .L La OOUTOOn, . Bb Druggist. J nIT1ay fO,, Bottle 60o Trial Vial Fraa. 303 b.swffiTo. SmatkTtritottMlM. . Sold by Swann-Da- y Lbr. Co., Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 6. Clay City.