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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 25, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912012501_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.): January 25, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $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. CLAY CITY TIMES. $l.0) ii Year i In Ailvunc. -- We are here to help Clay City, the Surrouniing Country an! Ourselves. I. I'. ISurihcr, I'lihlistiuT. vol. xv r. CLAY OITY. K V.. THURSDAY JANUARY To JOIL'. NO. 1 SPECIAL STANTON COLLEGE School year of Four Months will be allowed. This offer is eood onlv until February 24.' 1912. v ANNOUNCEMENT MAKE& I J EXTRAORDINARY OFFER. In order to bring the Young People of Powell County and Vicinity arid Stanton College together better the College Management makes the following Very Liberal Offer: To any New Students enrolling before or during the month of February and paying Tuiton in advance, the very low rate of $5.00 for the remainder of the Rev. J. G. HANLEY, President, Stanton, Ky. j The World's Most Perfect Ear of Corn. The per capita consumpAction Agains 'Phone Trust. tion of whiskey and beer of doA petition tojfdissolve the mestic manufacture in the TintTeleplwyie Sr Telegraph ed States last year was '2'2.'2'.) gal- Company on tfije ground that it lons. This does not take into ac- is a monopoly iu violation of the count imported wines, ales and provisions ofthe Sherman law liquors. was made puhfic Tuesday a few . i hours in advanjff: of its presentaModel Game Law3. tion to UnitedJfStates Attorney In Oklahoma no person car General Wiekershatu iu Washhunt or fish without first taking ington. 3 out. license which cost .$1.2.") per Length, JO' inches. Circumfrence, 7 inches. DIMENSIONS: According tint he petition the! year for residents of the S a e and Tele Number of rows, 20. Length of Kernels, :f of an inch. Width o! American Telephone and $15.00 per year for non-rew hich controls kernels, about of an inch. Thickness of kernels Hi of an inch. sir mil Company exdents. This money is to be the Western ,b'nion Telegraph Arrangement, very uniform, kernels running in straight rows the pended in stocking the streaui U nnpany and fight ulisiiliary entire length of the car without a misplaced grain, holding their with fish and propogating game. in two ways. Not only is it settelephone unni pi nies in various length weM to the ends of the ear, tip being well covered with dentHeavy penalties are provided for tled that "dry" counties in this persons hunting out of season, or pails of the Uifit-- States, is one ed grains. Weight, '20 ounces. Estimated proportions corn, '.- )State may receive liquor ship- hunting orfishing without license. of the largestfinancial concerns per cent coi), 8 per cent, ments from other States, hut it The above referred to ear of com was grown by Fred C. Palin. in lit; world, having a capital of One year in jail is one of the follows that Kentucky distillers iie.nl $l,()Ud,06(J((KH), and it now of Indiana, and he was awarded the $1,000 trophy given by W. K. for violating the game s will not be and telephone business Kellogg for the best ear of corn grown in the Tinted States. We laws. The law is strictly enfore dominates the' interfered with in their ship- ed by wardens and deputies. of he country.hope to see some of our Powell county hoys duplicate this earn)' ments to other St ites where the The petition points out that hv com next y;ar. A one thousand dollar trophy will be awarded a- Most Fatal Disease. sale of intoxicating liquors is reasou of the ctiJinanv's control gain in February, 101"$, at the National Corn Sho.v at Columbia, Consumption is the most com- of auhidiary eVniwhns-hraSprohibited. t parts mon and fatal disease with which of the country tlie independents ninety-seve"dry" There are Mrs. A. Mountz Passes. Under the people of Kentucky are af- are practically barred from counties in flicted. It produces more than .Mrs. Mary Mountz, wife of tlij- law alt shipments of intoxicating liquors to tly.'se counties twice as many deaths as any othIt is charged that the opera- Mr. A. Mountz, died at their A great fertilizer, and a hardy, must be made directly to the con- er disease, causing one death out tions of the American Telephone home on ILmlwiek's Creek this six, as shown by the L'p to the tune of goiuntniis forage pluiit for hay and sumer from outside Kentucky, iu the morning. and Telegraph Company grow in nny kind of certificates returned to the acquirement of control of these ing to press, we were unable to pasture. the State luw prohibiting: a Ken('mi oil, even very rocky plm-Bureau of Vital Statistics for the subsidiary companies were prac- lea iu of the fuue a arrangetucky dealer from sending his without plowiii in winter year 1911. Our reports show tically identical with the opera- ments. Mr. Mountz has thesyin-path- he d goods into such counties. On the spring. ircularand of a host of friends in his ai. other hand, similar laws in other that there have been (5,08.") cases tions of the Standard Oil and ToSElil) CO., Falmouth. Ky. irreparably loss. states open up a Held of opera of tuberculosis under treatment bacco trusts, which were declar- sad and by the doctors of Kentucky since ed illegal by the United States tion for Kentucky dealers. January 1, UU1. and that i,'2'27t Supreme Court. The amount of liquor t ra Hit; af- have died in seven months since, fected by the decision is a ques the death rate being !! per cent. 'si Origin of the Name Lulbegrud. Mt. Ster A correspondent from 1 ling asks the Louisville Post concerning the spelling and origin of the name of Lulbegrud creek (i.Ktitl. AW1IIIO li.. f..,ino iru In in ii r J w, m ill'' unit Mii.i this county for several miles. In a deposition on file in the records of the Clerk's oilice of Clark, We carry a full line of General Merchandise ami county, Daniel 15oone says a parJust received from the city which combines ty was surveying in that section are selling the goods to our large trade when a young man of the party left and did not return for some m the newest styles and lowest prices. and they tell us they are He had ITeeu reading time. "Gulliver's Travels" and when asked where he had been said hu f5 had been to Lulbegrud, a city of the Uroddingnagians and had killed their king. From this circumstance the creek on which $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to they were camping was called Lulbegrud. Mt. Sterling Gafirs! cos! in order to get room for new goods zette. If you arc not You can do the samo thing. Lulbegrud creek forms the encoming in. In this sale, will also be included a lot of already one of our many pleased customers, tire boundary line between this county and OltM'jj. come round rinu day and give our place a Decision for Liquor Interests. tion. interests won si victory in the United Status Sti lieim Court by a decision , that, railroads must, carry beer, when oflured for transportation into "dry counties" of another State. The decision all'eet-e- d particularly shipments from The Indiana into Kentucky. court held that beer and intoxicating liquors were legitimate commodities of commerce under the interstate law. The proposition directly decided in the case all'ects Kentucky Liquor si ) j d I pro-vision- s . liquor-dealer- I - ) , . . . I South-Carol- ina - n com-pelitio- - SWEET CLOVER v I of-Hci- al I y prices-BOKHAR- WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery y Waltersville, Ky. SHOES AT FIRST COST Saving Money. look through and let us price goods. They willopenyoureyei-toanoppoiUiiilty- HATS and CAPS. to first I Here's your oppDrtunity money. First come, save, some served. s the river at The old Clay City lius'lieen completed and the approach is leing made ready for travel iu n short time. bridge-Vc'f'ojj- joii some of our . SHIMFESSEL'S. B 1 The beautiful weather this week has a Horded an excellent opportuny for ua all to recover from the blues which may have by so much been occasioned dreary and then later cold 3 'a 1 Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in 0. Totnlinson returned from a visit to relatives Mtchigau. V. ClsyCity or near our store we will "deliver the goods" .3KISir.. MlM in THE TIMES. ' I'UULISIIIJP VKUY Opponents of the County tension Hill won ry in u Ex- this end of the county from eat- decided victo- when (he motion to recommit the measure to the Committee on County Unit and Public Morals Subscription ratrs.gl a year orthree, until today and let the commitveais in advance $2. tee in meantime consider, other ! 15. ISunjher, Publisher. bills of a similar nature before it, Kntered as second-clas- s mail mutter. earned by a vote of twenty to TUUItSDAY. the State Senate Monday, be that. ing diseased corn or supposed to Samuel Enibs, fof Kimbrell, returned Tuesday from a visit to his uncle, Nowtiu ibney, at Mt. Sterling. John T. Wright has sold the D McKinney place to a Mr. Town-senof Montgomery county for 12,000.00. d Tuesday January 251, at the latter place. The groom is one of our successful voting farmers while the bride is a beautiful 90 Louisville Herald young lady of many accomplish-- ' " Home and Farm meats. She has taught the school I In ltd Farmer 1.00 SPOUT SPRING. at this place .for the past two " American Farmer 00 Mrs. Belle Buruher has nun. d terms. Both the contracting par" Southern Xgnrulturiat To to her farm near this place. ties are popular and are receivThe Difference ing the congratulations of their Moses McKinney visited relamany friends. They will at once Winchester recently voted u tives at Winchester Friday. hoiid issue 'f SF40.000 to build a go to housekeeping at the groom's Several horses have died in home at this place. ritv hull and last week paid (.100 for a site to build this city hall. Winchester has an opera and court house to entertain a ' nv kind of public "n tlieritiir. Clay Oity has no place to hold any kind S3 A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK of public meetings except church m m services, but has the cash in bank to build a city hall, and can get m fS is an asset of real worth to any community and the site donated without cost. m tea Besides this the town doesn't owe he opportunity to do business with such a Bank a dollar, has built one steel bridge should appeal to a good business man., The within itself across the river, anil f has built of another Clay City National is seeking your "business. bridue where the river is the line between city and county. So we sec Clay City's finances are all right and we want that public hall to hold Democratic speakings' m Cms in next fall as well as council meetings and Police Court. City . fathers, now please come across ai sixteen. Thursday, Jan. as, v.n-- i Our Senator W. F. Welsh voted with the wets. Hut the same ULUU HATES. cannot he said of our Hepresen. For tin convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates tajive H. J. Mathews for i.e has proven himself true to the cause with tin: following papers at below mentioned ' of morals and temperance legislation in every vote he has cast The 'I'imks aim Couricr-Journdo since the convening of the Lei:is-li" Cincinnati Knquirer 1.10 ure. pri'-i-r1 u Mr. Moses .McKinney, of this place,' and Miss Jeannette Tip ton, of Irvine, Were married i ! . Most of the new leufs turned Being alone in the house, and a 'over New Year's tiny liuve Mown hearing burglars down stairs, woman had the presence of mind 'back by this time unless they Hut to take a large paper bag, blow were turned dow n well couldn't it full of air, then break it on then of course we just Mistnk- - help if. the wall of the stairs. ing the loud report for a pistol How's IhisV shot, the robbers lied. We i.lTer One Hundred Dnllais Whore is.,Charlie Tuft .during if..,. for niiv ene of Catarrh, all the time Hs brother is beiiiu that cannot be ennd by Why don't, he take tarrl. Ui.c F. .1. CllhM'A ftl."., assailed'.' Toledo, O some of his money and hit a have known controlling interest in tin On We. thennder-iciiflook? F. .1. Cbeiiev lor the last IS yeaiH, and be lie.ve hiiu pcrleetly honorable in ul Imsincv traiisiictioiis, and ' (7 finimciallv able t curry out any Tflh, Relltblc. Curt obligations nnide by his lirm. ... GciuntetdtoPlim Waldiig. Kiniian & Marvin. Jvcrjr Onrdf ner and ir iTfln tililttthe ho). pule Druggist, Toledo, O. off .uj. ri.r un'fltimf Our 'n wrownsf ma. SPECIAL 6FFKR Had'.-- ('atari h Cure i taken inFOH 10 CENTS ternal U, acting .iiteetly upeii the w wll pnlUl onr Fr.rnrjt!'? coli frtiom blood in. nincou- - sill laces of the . I plT. D.T Tnm.l. JO. 1 pb. Frlnr 10 Pnl a 1 pkff.H.IM;ri.Mtltj(Vl , . system. Testnnoiiials suit free. IS t pkr.farlj IlirWI ITi.lt.. f 1 Bk. 'nl!prfio U (tilt 10. per bottle. Sold by all Price. , . Hi t'ta 13 WrlrlUkf .: S..l tl.W DruguNts. Writ. tMnyt wil, (i li'p sod picking 'l'i.i.M llfitlon' Mther with ...ir .Vt t h nirtif MtM.n lluM. A Take Hall's. Family IMIs for onun co. ...oni:ATNoi:viii:uN Ur..rtl, Illinois 13S3KoshSI. constipation lx I H'' - d, ' 1 S HO 1 1ft ... ... ... lr wii-l I SIM .c USE HOPE $ nrii MILLS FT.Otjl When the New Year Arrives it is the ..'eiieral custom to leave otl' t'l Ih(1 habits and acquire new and hetter ones. One ot the best to et and an easy one to retain, is tin You n i. hit "f usiim Pearl Hour. will find it the best VOU ever used, ml After Christmas one-hal- thoronglilv satisfactory u Clay City National "Bank. ..uriioses, i" and its use will soon fr ll be-iii- OPVRll ill custom Mfe'd fey J. ANDREW :,AIN. ...... Versailles, wT.ii.,ir?A,iv,IlfIf?l?jr( Kv STAR SALE Ladies9 Suits, IS I :i Boys' Clothing, m Skirts, Gloafcs and Capes Millinery. A great clearance of seasonable goods. . Shoes. Underwear, Dress Goods. department. IV W2 - 1 tvi i m STAR BARGAINS inevery opportunity. A wonderful money-savin- g j S STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1912. ANP . CONTINUES FOR 10 DAYS. jl Notwithstanding the very low prices, every item included gin the Star sale will be of strictly dependable quality. event for everybody, p Every line in the store will contribute Star bargains, m It will be a money-savin- g MRS j W. V WILLIAMS .' ' (2) THE TlMES.ls.r .W ALL IIO.MK-MAD- PAFKR U)O.W, I'llUKSDAY, Mr. HIIEVTNKS. Ion. 25, 1012. Mnuppiii wiM'iMiiilltid tit Jackson Inst week m' account of the death of the wife of their son, A. It. Mnnppin I ami Mrs. J. Dr. .Martin reports the birth of n boy to Mr. ami Mrs. Mike Kin jr, yesterday morning, the 21th. (J. J. Davis lias entered Berea i'ollege for the winter term. Mr. Davis is one of Powell county's brightest and most prominent young men and school teachers near resulting disastrously. Had this building burned it is more than likely that other nearby residences would have taken fire and also have burned. Leslie Todd, whose serious condition was noted in our last issue has never regained consciousness Shrubs, Asparagus, Khubarb, Peonies, and is still in the hospital wliere pathize with the bereaved. Roses, Phlox, etc. he remains in u mostcritical con Saves Two Lives. Neither my sister nor myself dition. Everything For if it had ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. might be living Edgar Shearer, of Minneapolis, not been for Dr. King's New Dis Minn., is visiting his parents, covery" writes A. D. McDonald of OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Shearer. Ed Fayette vi lie, N. C. R. F. I). No. NO AGENTS. FREE CATALOG. mir says that during the recent 8, "for we both bad frightful cold spell lie saw it 40 degrees be Coughs that no other remedy could H. F. riillenmeyer& Sons, . is- f I low zero wh.ch was cold enough help. We wtre told my sister had ivy. for him. She was very weak consumption. By the vote of seventy to and Had night sweats but your WWW t,TO MVXVZIt nineteen, Niles county unit ex wonderful medicine completely H CAPITAL stock. 8100,000 tension bill passed the House cured us both. It's the best I ever SURPLUS AND UNThe Atherton motion used or heard of." For sore Jungs, Friday. DIVIDED PROFITS. 200,000 coughs colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, to postpone action on the bill was asthma, hay fever, croup, whoop defeated by the vote ot forty-fiving cough, all bronchial troubles THE to thirty-three- . its supreme. Trial bottle free q t A blaze in D. K. Daniel's res oOc and 81 00. Guaranteed bv ail 5 os WirtcuHTEH, Ky. idence luesday morning came dealers. to-da- Cities with natural gas for heat reports the birth of r to Mr. and Mrs. Fred do not sponk very well of it. since .Ian. lilth. Ho also ru- - they like n froze to death by it, porrs me mrrn ot a (lauuiiter to during the cold spoil. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adams Solves a Deep Mystery .hiu. imh. "1 want to thalik vou from the Old Soldier Tortured. bottom of my heart," wrote C. H ''For years I suffered nr.8ieaka-ol- e Rader, of Lewlsbtirg, W. Va., "for torture from indigestion, con- the wonderful double benefit I got stipation and liver trouble," wrote from Electric Bitters in curing me A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Krie, of both a severe onse of stomach Pa., "but Dr. King's New Life trouble and of rheumatism, from Pills fixed me all right. They're which I had been an almost help simply great." ' Try them for any less sufferer for ten years. It suit stomach, liver or kidney trouble. ed my case as, though made J ist for Only 25c nt all dealers. me." For dfepepsia, indigestion, Jaundice and to rid the system of Mrs. A. 1. Mauppin died at kidney poisons that cause rheunia Jackson, Wednesday, thin. 17. tism, Electric Bitters bus no equal. Burial at Irvine. She is surviv- Try them. Every bottle is guaraned by her husband and three small teed to satisfy. Only 50c at all children. Mrs. Mauppin was a dealers. daughter of Judge 0. K. Nolancl of Ii vine. Mr. and Mrs. Mauppin formerly resided in Clay City whore they have many friends to sym- Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The man who ocs to the front lor his country with a weak stomach will be a weak soldier and a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as for health and happiness. Diseases of the, stomach and other nrftans of digestion and nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of dyi-pept- io The ttomaeh a larger fctor in "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" thin most people re aware. Patriotism Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDieXL DISCOVERY. up the body with sound flesh and solid mascle. It builds The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" is only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the sale of less meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent fret on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cestamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R.'V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Fruit and Shade Trees! When in Need of Builder's Hardware, f Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Stoves, jj Go to or Write Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, e Winchester Bank, X. IIOLL.Y WtTHERHPOON, PlIES. W. It. Sl'ItAR, O Asm Bit. Winchester, - Ky. LOCAL ITEMS. (COXTKIBUTED.) 3 Death in Roaring Fire muv not result from the work of Walter Iierrv visited bis aunt at firebugs, but often severe burns are the cold Mt. Sterling during caused that make a quick need for weather. Bucklen'H Arnica Salve, the quickMiss Louise Worden is visiting est, surest cure for burns, wounds, boils, sores. bruises, It subdues her cousin, Chester McCutcheon Miss Mary Patton visited Jier sister, Mrs. Carrie W llliams last week. P YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED i J.P.flAUPPIN, $ Watchmaker Stop! Look! Listen! inflammation. It kills pain. It and other relatives at Beattyville, woo t lies and heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or pilus. Only Win. Berry, of ltidical, Ky., 2au at all dealers. has moved into J. It. Pution's old residence and will till the farm this Fruit Trees Given Away. year. Jeweler. Hardwick & Co.'s All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of - yearn old given to each person who Mr. Patton and son, Anberry built buys 50 apple trees, nil to be well last fall. assorted varieties named below. 'This oiler is open until the Fifty npple trees, three and four moved into their new house that J. B. Patton and family have CLEARANCE SALE. i t t If you want to save money, notice the out prices below that we are giving during this Sale. Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY. Call and see me In Riyer Hotel BuHdiBS, 15th day of March, Terms Cash. Tho-- c 1912. pro- riillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. SHORTHAND, 'TVTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTT who 'come tor trees must brinir straw to tect the bodies of trees; uls ropes to tie down with. Trees ran be rhis school bus turned out hun nafely transplanted during the windreds of men and women who ter season at any time when the are successes. It will make Hoys emjie see ground is open. success of you. have for you. what 11 1 TYPEWRITING. IK INEY' itlG Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 $2.50 Women'sTrimmed Hats half price mer-cban- tt. SUM ME It A 1 IMC ICS; Ked As-- . true.lmn, Jtenoni, Earlv Harvest, (4. Sweet, "Maiden Transparent, Write for. Catalogue. Mi . a 1W, andean do BBTTtSKfar you than sgcuti or commtulon . RefcrencaanvbanklaLou-fertileWrite (or weekly list. M. aSiBCL ML A. llud), lied June. FALL AH'Ll'iS: N. Spv, K. Jleauty, K, lieauiy, (i. liolden, Wolf Ktver. WINTER Al'l'LKS: Staymun ni-tM- l vtaiert tot tt. IMHII1LU, win, mvta, tnrab. SONS tce Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, garments for !J5c. Men's fcl'-J.iH- gunueiits fur JOu, 50c IT. 'SEEPSWXKVS SHU SUCCEED - I 817.00 suits for 18.50 suits flf clothes for &TJ..M) suits for S.Q0. $.00 8U.50 suits for e0.50. 11.50. 15oy' Miit nf the same per cent. Ait. Men's 85,00. ttuitB for 84.00 corduroy punls nt 8ii.7r, 8:1.5 lorduroy jiants ut !r',V2.'. WimtSip. C'oiniaon Vhii;S'ips, I Men BuImm, ktetekaUtour permuoct niui FECIAL OFFER:Will' A trill cnitomtr. kalW-Ui Davis, (Jano, Stark, 1. Winter, .loliuathan, .Smith Cider, Yellow Janet, Milam, 0iounM'iit, Itussett, Jllaek Twigg, Gteenville. aiUf.JI.awl. WTAEANTKKB Wrt ly; 14 Kiatkm TO PLKAUL TiniUM U Mm PmT. J HOME NURSERIES, J. B. AUAMS, U. N0.3 KEN D IO GENTS auklDf u main thai valaaM Ufa! Proprietor, ncrvww JluajaMaVjgJI BQ U male WMk&eises they Ae iMiedjr, as thoimada u .siaed. . M tu Bitters hre TOMACuVmuBi.E Dress goods, price 81.2r 'r yurd ut 80c, 7.1c "jier vurd ut 55o, 50o per yard at 35c, S7c per yind nt l'.lo, '.'.'5c per yard ut 18c, 15c per yurd at 10c, 10c per ywrjl ut 7ie. Standard ut 17.50. Sewiiiy Machines, price fW.OO at tS.I.CO .r k.f. Richmond, Ky. 7-- FOR KIDNEYLiykll ANO 'Nursery at Waco, Ky. Yij'hone Wuc'o EDO la tt tMst iHafaii ever sold ever 4nmisf couater. Hardwick & Co., Stanton, f i An Endless Chain of Sickness. pi Miss Nannie Christopher of this the payment of.tho purcliase money, w place. Lloyd Todd as to see his nt cases tho peoplo who tin' urn Ices tliim week. Mrs. MeKinney has been !'i.ty-liv- o years old. 'Hip t, il.' that are very sick with the grip. d Ji.M Iti produo to can bo li ' portion it lint condition i '''il Itrinij on dlscaio bcconi Ij understood. Then too a chronic dlsorft' Mi :aj iKilllo tho skill of tlm geuen.1 l cll.i .d nmiiicntly ct.uil ly il. limy vet ho I logician who lius riadc or.j lino of ( mother, .Mrs. Nannie McKinncy, There nro upwnrtN t oiw i 'lion dn.itlif near Winchester the lust of tho filch year In tin Unwil Mni. In W, Married officiating W. at the residence of the u it would bo Just as absurd .'or tpe Professor In a medical col litre ,rt Miming to lecture on all Mibjeots nsfor the one Should Grow lore Suitable Crops. topresiiino to unilcr ti.i.d the nature and cum of overv disease. Our farmers should try this That Is why Dr. K.V. l'lerie estahllshed tin! Invalids' Hotel and Surgical lustltiiSi: year to grow what, their land will many years ago with a full stall of hy- There is no use slclaiis ur.d Surseons who thnutjli rdu- - producH best. catea to practice in ail ccpaiuut'iits hi trying to grow corn and tobacco medicine are hero assigned to a special lepartme lit only to which each special on land that will not grow more 1st devotes hlj entire time, study and 1 1 a minister, Eld. Geo. Mcintosh, ut this place Thursday, January 18th Mr. Andy Stone and Miss Susie I'ucUet t. Bidders will bo prepared to comply ti have tlie force and effect of a replevin vith these terms. A lien will be rebond, bearing legnl interest from the tained on tho property sold till all the itirphase money is paid. day of side, according to law. Bond payable to Commissioner. Bidders will be prepnrcd to complj HOMULTjy JACKSON, with these terms. A lien will be reMaster Com'r Powell Circuit Court. tained on the saw mill sold till nil the purchase money is paid. l'ond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Mnster ConVr Powell Circuit Court - Very Serious It is a very serious matter to aak tor one medicine and have the wrong one given yoa. For this reason we urea you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK-DRAUGHT uommissioner's Sale. versus Matt Coulee, Ac, Defendants. Notice of Sale in Equity. Uy virtue of a judgment and order ' of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered nt the November term, 1011. thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 5tli day of February , 112. nt 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) 1 will proceed to offer for sale ut Public Auction to tin highest bidder, on a credit of six month at the Court Hobse door,Stitiiton, Ky the property mentioned in the judgt: ment, A certain house and lot in Clay City. Ky., bounded ns follows: Beginning at a point 225 feet ftom the southeast corner of Eight street and Sixth avenui --'5 feet ; thence south 120 feet to the alley intersecting Block-37- ; thence wtm with slid alley line Si feet ; thence nortl 120 feet tu the point of beginning, unci being the same property which wio deeded to said Matt Conlee by John Trimble and wife by deed of date Nov. 10, 1001, and of record of the Powel countyClferk's office; or sufficient thereof to produce $1708.70, so ordered to be made. The purchaser" will be required ti give bond, with approved security, foi t lie payment of the purcliase money, tc to have the force and effect of u Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law. Bidders will be prepared to complj witli these terms. A lien will be on the house and lot sold till nil the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell C. C. to-wi- Liver Medicine prompUT obtained In nil count rte OR NO CarraM and Copjrtjthu regta. tnmiX. Send Sketch. Modtl or l'lioto. lor RtPoaT on natcniaWlllr. Patent practice urlualvelr. RANK RIFRREMOaa. iwra cents in nampt lor inraluable nook on ROW TO OBTAIN and aiLL rATtMTl, Whlell onoa will naT. How In mt a nartn- - J. F. Harris, ' : Powell Circuit Court. 4 Plaintiff, rt(. rati i law and otter raloable Intonuallon. Btoot 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SWIFT & CO. PATINT UWYMt, SUGARY The reputation of this old, relia- K ble medicine, for constipation, in i digestion and' liver trouble, ia firmly established. It Coca not imitate other medicines. It Is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLO IK TOWN Fa i I will produce 510 bushels of stock peas thut will sell for 2.00 per bushel. Poor farming on poor laud makes poor farmers. Good farming on poor laud makes good farms and prosperous- - farmers. Let us get out of tho rut and do POIIiet IllllK to make f lie oldcotlll- .reatment, trv btttir nd". Tfi tin tlnx rlipre How well tl.ey lavo.fueceeilea may. ue jB .....i.:.,,, ..... ,,,. tll ...... w ludqeil from tlm fact that their pra euro f ::ihraces case.) from every Mate and Ter- - eil'ective than to urow crops that "Itoryof tho Union as well as from foreign "imuf vvi.ll us Mndi Many thousands uro annually P1'1 Imilil "J rlic through correspondence 'put dollars into our pockets. reated. elt'ier rco's Institution. It Is a:i r at Dr. !d adage that, "Experience makes per- timcHiii u v, n viI..H.U i, .i.ij I 'n,,, imiiii.co inurKei seems. to . ' vva huh .iiu irijiiii titir lis wills Held of practice cure thousands of cases begetting better all the time which havo been al.audoned,as Incurablu Those who sold early could have I'J kVIIVl Ul IMUtlltllMlll'i made good money by holding Ono of tho mn4 wonderful electrical appliances Is Urn used at the Instl- - their crops for the present marmay no dis-jasal attention. Tho sick wliolinvn leen treated nt Tr. r.'erco's Invalids' Hotel. Ilullalo. N. V.. have much to say iu irgard to thh- wonderfully equipped Ssr.llarlum, where ull electrical aipnralus. as well as electric vater baths, Turlils.li baths, static elecciirnnt, tric machines, and other most modem and apparatus aro used for the euro of chronic diseases. Tho treatment of chronic that aro peculiar to women havu for nuiiy years been a factor In tho cures directed at tho Invalid..' Hotel and Sur-fleInstitute. Tho physicians and surgeons employed sro among tne tniisi experienced anil skiii- 'ul in the eountrv. men who have made unu wiusu .nexi uiseases ineir inn liluliest .nmhltlmi Is to mill in tlmlr - than 15 bushels cru t hat-i- s of com to the a not worth more than 50 cents per bushel when the same labor on the same kind of land Enst-Bouin- l. OF L. & E. TIiyiE Tfl6LE. Effective May 28, 101 1. Went-Houn- So. 2, )aily. No. 4, Daily. A. M. fetation. ' . No. 1, Daily A. M. 8:fiO No. :i, Daily. I'. M. '. M. 1::15 2:17 2:!J5 . I i i. .. 2:49 :):().) 7:20 8:(:J 8:18 8:32 8:30 .l:(i() Lexington, .Vinchester, L. & E. 8:0f. 7:51 ' :4,:fl0 Junction, 3:15 !l:21 i 1 (.tn.i I 3:28 3:47 3:52 4':04 :i5 0:12 0:27 0:32 i i . - J:44 10:04 10:57 11:0.") y - 4:25 5:10 5:25 mio wuicn iim.ii ioiii in inn ireai- i , 11:25 Indian Fields, OLaY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn. Filson, Cauipton .Tnnctlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Benttyville Jet. ). &K. Junction, Jackson, Quicksand, 7:37 7.:lfl 7jl0 705 (i:50 0:43 i!:2o 0:03 5:10 5:05 0:40 4:37 4:22 4:05 3:50 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 curatlvo agent. Another Interesting proceeding Is the vlolct-ra- y treatment produced by concentrating tho violet or ihcnilcnl rays from an arc light with a specially prepared larbou upon any portion ol the body that may ho the scat of pain. Stillerers from neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism, strains, sprains, uNo from tho:-- olscuro exhausting pains (tho origin of which cannot at limes bo accurately determined) frequently ti (id Immediate, relief from a slugL treatment and usually with a little persistence In tho uso of this ald.comfortabb health or perfect recovery Is obtained. Tho Incandescent li;;ht I tith, consisting et a cabinet In which tho patient Ij bathed In tho cosiLlw 1 r. vs of many lectrlc light glol.os. hat produced really wonderful results In d.aletes, sciatica, obesity, aiuen.l.i. and some . forms of kidney and heart trouble. Ii ' has ulo proven valuable in chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma rind various s:.!:i diseases. As a ronen.l hygienic ir.eiisvrc its elliclency ct:i ccarccly Lo . Illi nosN of manv ob.se.uro conditions. lti aid the interior of the human lxidy Is 1 has I eon hereno longer tho sealed book tofore. Abnormal states of tho laMies. .'all stones stuno In tho bladder or In the Powell Circuit Court, kidneys, aro shown plainly by what, are known as photographs. Interni:! Garr Sei.tt & Coiiipany, I'laintiirs, d tumors, and tho enlargement of the versus organs, aro also discovered by this Defendants. means and In tho diagnosis of tuberculosis Chas. Hotiiidtree. Ac., of tho lungs this agent lias proven a most Notice of Sale in Kijuity. valuable aid. When umilicd to' some ot Uy virtue of a judgment and order thi less fatal chronic .illnients of perm origin'It'lias proven very etTectlsu U3 a of sale of tho Powell Circuit Court. Commissioner's Sale. y deep-seate- together with sum" rain made iiito a tide in the river which brought several lo lo Brod'head. iuiieti's booms. It was indeed lull miiite that no more rain fell than what did. With so much snow lining away, had wo have liuil iiiiautity of rain, a destriic tide would have been a cerium ' rendered ut tho November term, 1011 thereof in the above cause, the under, signed will on the 5th day of Februa Sale. ry, 1012, at 1 o'clock p. in., or there about, I will, proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidPowell Circuit Court. der on n credit of six months, at the Plaintiffs, M. It. Lyle, Ac, Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the versus property mentioned in the judgment Defendants, Geo. Jackson, &c, Notice of Snle ,in Eqity. The property now consists of an eigh. By virtue of a judgment and order of engine, irounted on teen hore-powe- r wheels, a Plantation saw mill, so I it sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rennrringe, three head blocks, twi dered nt the November term. 1011, K'fglit's excelsior dogs; or sufficient thereof, in the above cause, the underherei f to pr duee $9K).!0, so urderei signed will on the Otb day of Feb. I'.tpJ, at 1 nVlockiP. M.. or thereabout, t b made (being Court Day), I will proh r us'"- will be required t ceed to offer for' sale at Public I i . fo hp" veil Hundreds an lroi:"' ti t'.'i Iistltu-Io- n Auction to the highest bidder, on n - u d they go from far UlJt. t i credit homo In a fj-.- wei.;..i of six months, i n:.d strong, at the iulto as laar.xloits r t n I tliouoamla i.i Court Mouse door, Stanton. Ky., cov- cures annually nccor .:. ll rouh the property mentioned in tiie Judgti jpoiidcncp. it nmsl:.j ment, tiletly at he ie. O... - c "!i In per-u:- i, ' ' ; i ..in.i.ed are proA certain tract or parcel of land shu and r.! vided with ' and medicinesnted in Powell county. Ky., about one ul rctur.i tho treat' mile south of the town of Stanton, mid ;rnt. Everyone ',:o ccnsulta tho speeiallsta, being a part of the' N. 1). Merrill farm. whether bi letter or I.i person receives tho ..io- -t careful u:ul considerate attention. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER Beginning tit a red oak on the side of (ireitt earo Is exercised nut to over the hill on the west side of county road The Only ATev unabridged' dicthoso who consult the specialists o leading from Stanton to the ICstill of this Institution that no falso hopes tionary in many years. may l) raided. near the residence of Tandy Bush ; Contains the pith and essence Consultation hy letter or In person Is thence south 22." yurds.-- more or less to of an authoritative library. absolutely free no charru whatexer so Covers every field of knowl. a stone corner; thence east Pi ' nrds to that the nubile when allllcted are Invited to write Dr. IMerco lit the Invalids' Hotel edge. An Encyclopedia in a said count v road ; thence with si. id road ' -'- ical Institute, Hulfalo. "i. single book. to the beginning, containing 2 acres The Only Dictionary with the more or less ; or sufficient thereof to The melting of the big snow Page. New Divided $1(11. Ih, go ordered to be 400,000 Words. 2700 Pages. produce Commissioner's CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: I'niin No. 1 will mke eonneetiitn nt Lrxiniitnn with Nit 3 will nuikf rimiipcf inn the L. &. !t . for T.onisvillp Kv. with the Ij. & N. nt Lexington for Cinrinnnti, O. .HAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains No?. ,1, 2, 3 and 4, will make conneetinii wit ti Motintaiii Central Railway to nnd from Campton. BEATTYVILLH JUNCTION: Traiiw Nos. I, 2 and 3 will make con- & A. Railway for Ifouttyville. ' neotion with the os. 2, 3 and 4 will male enni O. & K. JUNCTION: Tnii-- c lion with Ohio fe Kei tin ky Railway for Cimnel City, Ky. nnd O it K statium CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Paenper Af.i.t. - e- t: Not Simply a Car but Car Serv. 1 - . : INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY A WEBSTER'S NEW to-w- it: Now ts the time of year, when you'aro be In the MAHATHON you get all this. uiajg to IUIUK Ol WO HIT juu iutvuu But don't accept our nierestatemeut. 'lno. V. . 1 1. n uio ncuiciiiuci, nucil yvu uuv. uuh. 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