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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 1, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912020101_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.): February 1, 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. THE CLAY 1CITY TIMES. 81.01) ii Vcnr In Ailviinc;. We are here to kip Clay City.-jh-c Sarronniinc Country and Oarselves. 1. R. Burgher, Publisher. V01,. XVI I. CLAY (JITY. KY., THURSDAY FEBIIUAH I' J9I2. NO. 5 SPECIAL 5TANT0N COLLEGE In ANNOUNCEMENT MAKES EXTRAORDINARY Rev. Working for the Railroad. g OFFER. order to bring the Young People of Powell County and Vicinity and Stanton College together better the College Management makes the following Very Liberal Offer: enrolling To any New Students befrrc or during the month of February and paying Tuiton in advance, the very low rate of $5.00 for the remainder of year of Four Months will be allowed. This offer is good only until February 24, 1912. Twenty (Jreatest Men. Everybody has been giving: as the "twenty greatest women in the world" without ovum mentioning the men. Now, wo start the ball to rolling by giving our choice of twenty of tho ''greatest" gentlemen "in OURSELF, Emin the world": T. Hover-male- , Khun, Bon Sewrdl, H. G. Cottle, George A. H. 1'attnu, Rylaud C. Musick, Sam H. Hurst, J. E. Burgher, S. S. Elam, N. M. Webb, J. T. Fuiilknur, J VV. Ritchie, Nathaniel Hale, editor of the Hazard Herald, editor of the London Echo, Sam Wilson, Swimnic, .1. L. Carpenter. Hazel Green Herald. Col. Cooper's be-lioI- J. G. HANLBY, President, Stanton, Kv. IN MEMORIUA1. McKlnney-TIpto- n. - Hue-Italia- n, Em-me- tt Representative Clay, of BourJennet to Tipton were united in bon has introduced a bill ptovid-inmatrimony at the home of the for a vote'dn a constitutional t a railroad may bride's parents at one p. in. last amendment Tuesday by J. W. Jackson. They buy or lease a competing Hue if were a line looking couple, beau the line is less than one hundred tifully dressed, cheerful looking miles in length and wholly' withand wore expressions of joy and in the state. The sole object of peace on their faces. The bride is Lt lie constitutional amendment is the beautiful and charming to allow the L. k N. to control daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. the Frankfort and Cincinnati road Tipton of East Irvine. She was ed- from Frankfort to Paris, which ucated at the Irvine High School the Court of Appeals" recently and was one of Estill County's decided could not be done under popular and ellicieut teachers. the present constitution. Win The groom is a prosperous farmer chester Democrat. of the Spout Springs locality, object to the bill seriously and a young man of high morul be ause ilijs would then allow, character, industrious and has a thf L & N. to, purchase such Mr. Moses McKinney and Miss t.'-a- Dear uncle Gus you're left, alon-- ' No one will miss her moro thai' yotii But do not grieve Mrs. Mary Mountz died Janu- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hose have returned from Covington where they went live weeks ago to visit Mrs. Rose's sister. While there Mrs. Rose was taken seriously ill and underwent a most serious operation. Mrs. Rose has been in very poor health for some time, hut now she is promised complte recovery. Card of Thanks. nice home in u Inch to place his attractive bride. The best wishe-o- f a h"M of friends followed them as the M.irted for Hum home at Spoilt Spring mmiii afte the ceremony. Estill Herald. Tiling Land. -- line as theL. & K. was before extension. We Hunk, fin tit lieneiil ill the people of Kentucky, tliei-L- &. N. has all or raiiioad lilies il needs. If it - iimre let'.w build it. w. the i . I . No word or words can properly express my unit it tide to my friends and neighbors for their kindness during i ho sickness and death of my wife. My heart knows no language to express the profound appreciation which me at this hour of sad bereavement. May each oo,e receive the richest blessings. A. Mountz. The Red River Brick ml nt Stanton, are turn ing out some of 'lie nest tile and brick to bo found anywhere. There is no conntv in the State that needs tile so badly its does( Thousands of Powell eouiitv. acres of our best bind is now mi wet that no crops can lie grown on them. This bogey land with proper drainage will yield much heavier crops than most of the land now cultivated. Farmers, get busy anil tile a new Held of wet laud this spring for corn and let the old worn out spots have a much needed rest. J. ti. BuruheTW 'confined III.-- in But send to God a word of prayer. loved by all who knew her. She I. N. Ifc was good and kind to everybody. To know her was to love her. The lTnited American In. ur She is gone in her purity, ance Company is the name of a She has fallen asleep, new million dollar insuivnci Death is only u dream company which has just beer Why should we weep. launched at tbe Statu capit .1. A Friend. headed by t'li.t!.. W.Bell, woo In remembrance of Mrs. Mary has been S' de Insurance Con Mountz who fell asleep on .hum- inissioner for the past four years, who is President; Hubert Vice an 23th. 11)12: Dear aunt Mary ou have left us, laud. 1'resioeiii of the Frankfort New .loin o n Company, who Bui we Know you're not ulone; . Ed. '. And all your loved om s sunn will Vli-- l'u inn .Inn U'Re.il, lorill- r t'.ilel of join you c. To meet around the gieat whiie lie I . in iipe,l-- . s ary 2oth, 15)12, age 70 years. Burial Friday at the Ware grave yard on Html wick's Creek. She leaves husband one sister and one brother and a host of friends to mourn her loss. Mrs. Mountz had been an invalid for several years. Was a Christian woman sleeping, she's onl. God knows what is best to do. She has only passed from Eartl to Heaven, We hope to some day meet We should not spend our time ii grieving, i I I throne. Genehii i Iiome Willi ;i! cii-- e ol grip. you Anderson, .1 r., it!. George Will welcome you with many a of All. .sterling, is visiting her smile ; parents, Mr and Mrs. E. N. Those behind are lost w itlmtn on. WllMlll. Dear ones who have guile SWEEi CLOVER A lm- h- i mid ii : hi" i , - 'in bile. !'. iiiiint tor i mid U I'ow hi mi kind of Soon they'll join the happy laiiiih iatui-i-('mi "nil. e ii 'i rocky pltirtw Darlingsvllle. Where grief and troubles are no in- miimi wiiIimi t plowing in winii-... t on re ; Ilk r ruiiK uarnei i, oi opoui opriugi iring 'ireiilnriuid prices in. il ni b all be there visited his uncle and until, Mr. Then we'll oubles will betogether, UOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, y. And our t o'er. and Mrs. A. C. Barnes Saturday aa ii. . i But it's only for I night. Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel Woods, New Fall Millinery Juft received from the city which combines of Lexington, who have been visiting relatives and friends hero returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Barnes attended the funeral of Mrs. A. Moiiutz on Little creek Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Woods and Mr. and Mrs. A C. Barnes spent a pleasant day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Smothers. Bessie, the little daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Smothers, of Lexington, has returned home after several days visit with relatives here. Bessie is a bright little girl and is much loved by all who know her. WALDRON & JOHlOil, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise ano are selling the goods to our large tradu i'-- the newest styles and lowest prices. i- and they tell us the are w SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! Saving Money. You can do tho same thing. sr If.-- cost in order to get room for new goods PUBLIC SALE Fine Blue Grass Farm. I will off el at public If you are not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of already one of our many pleased customers, come round ome day und give our look through HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity money. First come, to first save consisting of miles east of sue my (arm III plre a 20!) Buriti, acres situated Ivy,, on anl let us price you some of our some Wednesday, Feb. 21, 12, 1 o'clock. T1i(b is an id.ial grain and Mock farm. 11)11 crap Hem , tobacco, wheat corn. 2 lurgu to. bacco barns and all necessary Well, watered and one half mile from cburch and school. On account of my heavy professional duties I have decided to sell this splendid farm. Terms, one half cah balance to suit purchaser Possession given at once, Dr. E. G Glittery. goods.They willoienyoaroyestoan opportunity. k pi at served. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live ill Clay City or near our store we will "deliver ihc joodti' t. V V. SHIMFESSEL'S. hit V with actual rates elsewhere. permanent &tute Board shall This the Hoard of Underwriters have power not only to inquire deni"s, but when confronted by into the duti on which tire insurthe request of the committee for ance rates are fixed, but to it;uuui:r vimy tmuiisimv. disclosure of the information on reasonable rates. Courier Journal. .Subscription rato SI ;i year r tlirei! which tiiose rates arc supposed to be fixed, flatly refuses this reyears in advance When you feel like criticising quest. The State Insurance Com- your local paper stop long enough J. II. Ibinjher, 1'iililishcr. missioner is then enlisted in the to remember that while it is not ell'ort to secure tlii information, an Enquirer or ti Courier-JournKtupred a seconileliis ninil matter. and lie, too, being turned down u is lining its place, u place mar 1, 101:!. by the Hoard f)f Underwriters, the other papers cannot fill, and riiursduv. . the case is taken to court, result- you are. not running a John CLUB KATES. . . . t inix in a judicial decision that ilr wananiaiier department, store or For tin- conveniences of our Inunder the law creatine the Elmendqrf ,1'arin, either. You we. have arranged club rates surance Commissioner he hat no are fdinply fillingyour little niche ith the following papers at prices power to pompel the production just as the local paper is filling im'Iow mentioned : of the underwriters' basic sched its little niche, and you would Ti e ''Ymks and Courier-Journ$1.00 ules. Pendinj: nn appeal of thi never lie heard of but for the " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 decision to the higher courts the latter. Dover News. " Louisville Herald matter is cairied to the LegislaThe party who appeals to the "f .Home and Farm ture, the contention being that, " It land Farmer courts for redress is not always if the people by their .govern- in the right. He is prejudiced in " American Farmer ment representatives have no le- his own favor; and, besides, Ins " Niuthcrn Aiirieulturi-- t gal right to the information temper will not allow him torei A 5tatc Insurance lionrJ. sought by the Insurance Com- son as he- should The decision Conditions are ri )0 for some missioner, they ought to have; of the cniirt for the defendant, such legislation as that proposed and moreover, ought to have a with c M, does nut in the own opinion, then or alter in tiie hill recently introduced in iirert 'deal more than such a right. he (lenerul Assembly for tin; es- Ileuce the bill provides that a thereafi.T gedHe feels that m h is ihe been w for tiliig to tablishment of a State Insurance Hoard. Such a hoard would he constituted of the Statu Insurmm ja a ance Commissioner and two othW1 er members to be appointed by A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK gg sua the Uoverlior, and ilsduty would m he the iculation of lire insurm ance rates in Kentucky. & is an asset of real worth to any community and The hill, no doubt, was the m outcome of the existing controhe opportunity to do business with such a Bank m versy between the Louisville m should appeal to a good business man. The Hoard of Trade and the Louism ville Hoard of Fire rnderwriters Clay City National is seeking your business. relative to the reasonableness of en-fof, . al fancied wrongs, and expecting there to find redress, is an ex Sue a mouse pensive luxury. and catch a rat. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and thai, is by con- stitutimial remedies. Deafness is condition of cau?Kl bv lin iT,natii-- stored to its normal condition, hear- ing will !)o destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an condition of the mucous surfaces. I - sub-crihui- .i, We will five One. Hundred Dollars for any cane uf Deafness (caused by raturrji) that cannot' be cured by Hall's Ontarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, C). Ulinf, of ,i,H Eustacli-tha- t the Sold by Druggists Toe. , w, ig t, j t iail Tlll Take HhIPs Family Pills for named you have a rumbling sound constipation. or imperfect hearing, and when it tmw entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the uitluia motion ean be taken in and tUW tube re- is Mfft'i,w. rA al i.t. rr (larur nor Nni It.p-- .imi r hoji)tt'ct tin) ir mrli-n- f Our n I! ro u SeecK ;'r SPECUL OFFER - CBOIXSA, OiFZS, SOTO IVIiifp lUtll t fit, MrlM.raKla,; Olrrr Stf. Fftrly Aris..hMl t nhW.t riiuini w'll nenii i? pnritpnlu our COLLECTION 3W 5(1. 10. -- t. Bourbon Ilemeily Company, Itxlagt,Xj. and other lafectiout dit Cuu and FlITtntL OnefiOe hattlft nlkel !i pal. loni ol medicine. Sold by leading druggisu. Circnlati and Samples Free , cc. tta rll todart So-- IS. in. 10 rerl, Intr-irtir- to pr tosUa and (tner with Pur .Vr and fianln Uilld OHKAT NOIITliKUN SKK1J Cl. 1X3 How HU Itovkford, Illinois ' fc MILLS FLOUR After Christmas When the New Year Arrives the rates maintained by the committee ui the Hoard of Trade insists that these rates are much higher1 than is justiliable, as based on the conditions that should control these rates and as compared A Clay j City National Bank. OPYR it is the s:eneral custom to leave oil" aU bad habits and acquire new and better ones. One of the best to Ireland an easy one to retain, is the hubit of usiim I'earl Hour. You will find it the best vou ever used, anil thoroughly satisfactory for all bepurposes, and h use will u custom. come Mfe'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. STAR SALE Ladies' Suits, Boys' Clothing, Skirts, GJoaks and Gapes Millinery. A great clearance of seasonable goods. Shoes. Unde:pweap, Dress Goods. in every department. STAR BARGAINS opportunity. A wonderful money-savin- g STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1912. AND CONTINUES. FOR 10 DAYS. . H Notwithstanding the very low prices, every item included H in the Star sale will be of strictly dependable quality. event for everybody. Every line in the store will contribute Star bargains. be money-saving It joy ill a MRS. J W WILLIAMS. 3 Sam Watkins. of. Ureathitt cniiny, who was given a life sen tence in this county Inst fall up on of vonne has been given a new trial by the Court of 1'AFKR AN' ALL Appeals. Watkins killed Louis Napier in a row at a school trusU)C.U, IIRKVITIKS. tee election in Breathitt county Feb. 1, 1012. ovr a year a no. TlintNDAY, We Won't Limp Now Klder (Jt'oriic 1). Verco, former No more limping for Tom Moore postnr lit' tin Christian church in of Cochran, On. "I bad a bad sore this citv was married last, week on my intep thnt nothing twined in hi unlive home Australia ton to, help .till I used Bncklen's Arnica Miss Kiimshcrry. Salve," he writes, ''but this won derful healer goon cured me." dnu?h-toMrs. Diirrert Vite and Mrs. Sou Mnrphv, of Nor- Heals old, runnlnc sores, ulcers, wood, Ohio. came here Tuesday boils, burns, cuts, braises, ecznna to attend this burial cif Mrs. or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at littlu Wini- nil dealers. White's fred Mize. Tomorrow is ground hog day, This is the time of the year the day wliich is said to forecast when we build our plans for good the sncceedins: forty days. Mr. rords next summer also larjin ground hog is said to make his crops of corn, tobacco and etc. If first appearance from his bole our expectations could in many the second day of February, and incases bo half realized success if the Bun shines he goes buck to his hole where he remains for would always come our way. forty days during which tinie we Winifred Mize, the little will have wintry weather. Howdaughter of Mr. and ever If the sun does not shine Mrs. Charlie Mize, died at Quick- and the ground hog doesn't get a sand Monday and was brought sight of his shadow he remains here for hurial Wednesday. The out knnwim: that the winter is bereaved parents have the sym- over; Shock'ng Sounds pathy of a number of friends in in their sad bereavement. in the earth are sometimes heard before a terrible earthquake, that .Indue J. H. Hard wick, of warn of the coining peril. Nature's this county, is a candidate tor warnings are kind Thnt dull pain delegate to the Chicago Republior nche in the back warns you the can convention from the Tenth need attention if you Congressional district. We hope Kidneys would escape those dangerous malo see Judge Hard wick selected. adies. Dropsv, Diabetes, or Hright'o He is a supporter of Tuft, for disease Take Electric Bittern at President. fly and all ence and pee dackac-hMore of our Powell county boys your best feelinp return. "My son and girls should be attending received great bsnefit from their It. is a fine use for kid-eStanton College. and bladder troud-le.- " school and the young people need Peter Rondv, South writes 11ns school is Rockwnod. Mich. "It is certainly a its instructions. making special concessions in the Treat kidney (medicine," Tt it. 50 tuit on rate. Head the announce cents at all dealers. ineiit ::f this, school on the first Springfield, Colo., page. THE TIMES. llO.MK-MAO- the spring of life by neglect o( the human mechanism, by allowing Do not tho accumulation of poisont in the system. An imitation of Nature's method o( restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood and ncrvowi strength is to take an alterative glyceric exfract (without alcohol) oi Golden Seal and Oregon Almost Lost his Life. grape root, Bloodroot, Stone and Mandrake root with Cherrybark. Over 40 years which he called Dr. Pierce's Gnldcn the public S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will ago Dr. Pierce gave toHe found it this remedy, the blood in taking up the proper elewould help Medical Discovery. never forget his terrible exposare ments from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out tho poisons from cough. as allaying the gave uio the blood and vitalizing cold whole system as wellor exhausted, and soothing a to a merciless storm. and having what we unless constipated, No one ever takes call a dreadful cold." he writes, "that is attended with impoverished blood and exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery" is an caused severe pains in my chest, so tonp which restores tone to the blood, nerves and heart by imitating Nature's methods of restoring waste It was hard for me to breathe. A of tissue, and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs on rich neighbor gave me severnl doses of red blood. Dr. King's New Discovery which nlo "I sulToral from rIn under my rteht shoulder Made S. C, a very RronMaml, to Dr. Mvrre couijh," v rites Miis. W. DORN, of brought great relief. The doctor It. V. Pierce, DufTulo, N. Y. " Hod four different diicturs and nnno did Jesse Leo Duncan, of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., is visiting relatives in the city. SECRET OF LONG LIFE. THE tap "It r, said I was on the verge of pneumonia, but to continue w ith the Discovery. 1 did so and two bottles completely cured me." Use only this quick, safe, reliable medicine for cnugiis, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price ,"0c and 81 00. Trial bottle free Guaranteed ry all dealers. MBS.DOSN. ma any good. Soma said 1 hod consumption, others raid I would havo to havu an operation. I was bedridden, unablo to pit up for six months and waa nothlmt but n live skeleton. Vcu adiscd mc to take Dr. Pleasant Pellets. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. I'ierc-o'When I had taken one botllu of tho ' Discovery ' I could sit up for on hour at a time, and when 1 hod taken three bottles I could do my bottles In all and was cooklnennd tend to the children. I to"k then In sood health. My weight Is nuw 1C7 pounds. When in Need of Fruit and Shade Trees! Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, I'htox, etc. ORCHARD, Everything For LAWN and GARDEN. YOU. ) Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, g ) five-year-o- ld OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST NO AGENTS. 4 FREE. CATALOG Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. jj CAPITAL, STOCK. StlOO.OOO UOO.OOO jl SURPLUS A.S t PROFITS. 5 Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, 3 ) ) ) TIIK e I ttT 1 . Vi 5 OP WlNCII.STEH. KY. N.IIOI.1.Y WlTIIKUSI'OON, PlIKH, V. K. Hl'HAH. OAH1IIKI1. j Winchester, - Ky. i 4 ) K YOLTK ACCOUNTS SOIICITKI) tion, hi- - l)r King's New Life Pills completely cured me." Best for stomach, liver ami kidney troubles constipation, headache or debility, 25o at all dealer", -- Blamed a Good Worker. Mr. Editor, tl;iiii U my heart for severe dis "I Clay City Times. treys' i ii my left side lor two years," As I notice in your ln issue write W Evan-- , Danville. Vu , that Kentucky has been visited 'bin I know, now it was indiges- by the recent cold wave, would J.P.flAUPPIN, Watchmaker Jeweler. Stop! Look! Listen! Fruit Trees Given Away. V FifTv apple trees, three and four years old given to each person who buys 50 apple trees, all to be well assorted varieties named below. This offer is open until the like to say that in this section we are bavins very severe weather Since Dec. 20 until the too. present dato the thermometer has ranged from 15 above to 10 below Ice is 20 inches thick. Snow fell to the depth of 18 inch es "and has settled until is is like a cake of ice on the ground. Cattle are dying by the hundreds. W. H. Curtis, Sprinsfiol.l, Colo. Hardwick & Co.'s CLEARANCE SAKE. f If you want to save mone .otice the cut prices below that we are giving during this iSale. . All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAc- Line of TION GUARANTEED. Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. KENTUCKY. Call and see me in the Red River Hotel Building, 15th day of March, 1912. nillikan Business School, Terms Lash. I hose who come SHORTHAND, for trees must brinir straw to pro BOOKKEEPING, tect the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tie down with. Tree can be safely transplanted during the win- This school tins turned out hun ter season at any time when the dreds of men and women who Hoys come see ground" is open. tiro successes. It will make 1 have for yon. a success of you. what SUMMER APPKES: Red Benoni, Early Harvest, Write for Catalogue. Transparent, G. Sweet, Maiden Blush, Red June. FALL APPLES: N. Spy, R. Beauty, S. Beauty, G. Golden, Wolf Ulver. mkxsk's sens ficciboi Stayman WINTER APPLES: SPLCSAl. OFF Wine Sap, Common Wine Saps, Ben Davis, Guno, Stark, J. F. Winter, imp, IS klnJuj TiU, Irnd.d i Ot. m U Uw DIMM Tlrls var.etviuii Johnathan, Smith Cider, Yellow i 1 tort bc'I""!" iiniuto i'i.r.Ahu. evAiiArtzi'tia Mention this Paper. Janet, Milam, Onnlnsccut, Ruusett, Writ Black Twigg, Greenville. LEXINUTON, KY. MONEY -- lit t Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 $2.50 We tell vnn how. and nv bett market price. We re dealeK: established In 185(1; and can do BKTtBRfor you iVf Women'sTrimmed Hats hah price incr-chane. than agenif or commiuion Referenceaany btnklnLou-iarillWrite for weekly price 1UU M. SABEL . SONS AM E. Alt It tWIttlUE. H. DtMrt m rua, niwca, wwui. HT-N-- Men's Flucee Lined Underwear, tiOe garinonts for !)5c. Men's I8. 50 HuitH of clothes for Wi 11.50. urineiits for J0e, flOe fin. $17.00 Miitfu- - s.ou 9'i.M Miii Tor s.(K). 814.50 kuUb for 80.50. .Mi-nmilts for 85.00. IIovh' sul at the name ici cent. cut. .,2.'. lordtiroy punts ut 84 .00 corduroy punts tit 8'.7u, Diess Roods, price 81.25 per yard ut 80c, ;." per vaid at 50o per yard at il5o, 'Tc per yaid at lc, 25c per yunl ut iSc, per yard at 10c, l()c per yard at ?.Jc. Standurd ut 17.50. Sewing Machines, price :i0.00 ut .Vic, 15 El: 1 1 T TIM.V 1 to-da- y; HOME NURSERIES, J. B. ADAMS, BEND 13 CENTS MM VM Proprietor, i Hill ftU UCk Ul;-- (JWtlHBlMW. . 8occeed when everythkig elee fails. In nervous procuration and fem&le weaknestet they are the supreme remedy, as thousand have teitlfled. Bitters 'J50, V.'.i.CO r. f.d.no.3 Richmond, Ky Nursery 'Phone at Waco, Ky. Waco 7-- k is the FOR KIDNIYiLIVCR ANO STOMACH TROUBLE best medicine aver sold over a druggist's counter, v Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 5 New Rays of Light wonderful electrical M tlio iip1lnm-rwlilcli may bo in tlir trt .itiin'iit of mii'Iihi-(IN-iwl v i mill In I In dtiuwxN of many I'liii'MtloiH. Willi 1- aid lln' In-il'",if tlm Iminaii ImI mi k uirrr tin iliil liouk It lius torn licri'tufme. stall of llie Imhiv. pall slnlm. miiiiDln tin' liliiiliUTor in I'.'- Miltii'jf. iilr iioii titltity by w'h.it arc l.tnuwi a ilioi(im;iih. lnti'iiial tun'.ir.s. ami (if till' ill" '.111! IMllurgi'MKMIt nil?, arc u illscuvniil by thl- .lllil III till- (tla'.'lli. r l III.(1VU(IS In1 liuuithlt itc'iit ha- - i inM'ii a imi.--t aliiaii'n aiil. Wlicii apiilli i1 to simm of led) fatal ilitouu nllim .its of prim i rlli'divf :m a irlln It h;i- - proven ur.itivo apciii. A tiotiii-iliilcri'stlin; iivofctlliie l tho vlnli't-i'at r:i t mt t iro.lurril by concc!' 'raliiu tin- - viob'l or clirit'lcsil riiy- - fl i'ii ii ii iv liilil with a hnrially iiivjiarcd .irlioii tiiuii any portion of tin oily Unit .nay In' tin' w.it of pain. Sullim. from iii'iiraUI.1. sciatica, rlintmatlsm. sur.'iii i,..b,iut-uii- j praiii'. iiNu from tlm o .l p:ilns (tin- - orluin of which at 'lini' be accurately ilctiTinliMMD frriiiiMit-H- Mini liiinii'iliatc Mnple. relief from a with ii 111 lie Kcatmont and In the niMif tlil alil.eini.furtabli) ol. tallied. health nr perfect reeover.v lljjht bnth. culisMllu: Tho incaiHle-ci'i- it it :i cabinet In which the patient N hatheil in tliu combined rays of many electric liixht aloU. ha produced really wonderful results in illuLctcs clatlca, rheimiatiMii. olxlty. aii:emla. and mhihi form of kidney and heart trouble. It Inn aNo proen valuable in chronlr bronchitis, bronchial asthma and various skin diseases. Asa ueneral hyiilenic measuro its efllclency ean scarcely be iuo-- t X-n- ty .1 ob--u11 Ah-.inii111ul-: ' M-ry I -- Ono ol tlio the payment of the purchase money, to Bidder will beirepim-- lo comply have the force and pf.cct of n replevin with these terms. A Hen will be rePowell Circuit Court. bond, hearing legnl Interest from the tained on the property sold till all the pnrphase money is paid. tiiii-- r S'eott tt Contpaiiy, riiilnlllTs, day of sale, according to law. versus Middcrs will he prepared to comply Bond payable to Commissioner. Chas. Kniimltivi', Ac., Dereiiditnts. i with tftese terms. A lieu will he re- -' COM U MIS JACKSON, Nntlce of Sale in Ktiiity. Master Cjuiu'r Powell Circuit Court. tallied on the saw mill sold till all the My virtue of a jiiilgiiient and order j ) tircli ise money is paid. of sale of the IWoll Circuit Oeirt. Mond payable, lo Commissioner, rendered at the November term, IUI1.Ij KOMUI.US JACKSON, tlten-oin the above eiutse, the limler- - 'i Muster Coni'r Powell Circuit Court. ineil will mi thi'i-it- h day of I'elirua- - . ry. IPIlut o'clock p. in , or there-- 1 I J f 1 Commissioner's Sale. r , Very Serious I wonr riven I reason tourje you be careful get the BLAcr-DraugH- It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine end havo the vou. For this one in buying to wo genuine T relia- ,'lllOllt. Thiivt who have been patients at Dr. I'leree's Invalid' Hotel, in ItuHalo, N. Y., hiphlv coniineml this wonderfully cijuip-'ie- d Sanitarium, where, the alxivn electric machine, hlirh-fr- t qucney 'urrent, and other inoit miKlern and apparatus aro used for the euro f chronic diseases. The treatment of the chronic, diseases that are peculiar to vomen have for many year- - been a laro factor In tlm cures allected at tliu Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. In erectiiuj the Invalids' Hotel. Or. 1!. V. I'lerco's Idea was to make It a Renulnu 'mine, not a hospital. Such cases as hyilr.K-eU- i and varicocele are cured In ten days, and the patient is able home. The terms are moderate to return anil the rates at thn Invalid- -' lintel comparatively low. In the examination and treatment of patients the practice is divided into specialties. Kadi member of thn Faculty, although educated to practice In. till departments of medicine ami sunjery, is hero assigned t a special de partment only, to which lie uevotes ins entire time, study and attention. Not only Is superior skill thus attained, hut also ranidfty and accuracy hi the diagnosis of dUease. Specialists connected with this Institute at HuiTalo, are enabled to accurately determine, tlm nature of many chronic diseases without secli,? and personally eamlnlufr their patients. This method of treating patients at a distance, by mail, has boon so successful that tliero Is scarcely a city or a village In the.Unlted States that Is not represented by ono or more syncs upon tlio records of practice at tlio Invalids' Hotel and Suraicai Such rati) ease as cannot Ik) treated In this way. which reqii.re surgical operations or careful or electrical therapeutics, receive the services of the most skillful specialists at men-ilonrnti-uirt, Harris, 1'laintllT, versus .Matt Coulee. &c. Defendants. : Notice of Sale in Kipiity. Tlio property now consists of an eigli-tee- ii Hj virtue of n judgment mid order engine, mounted on wheels, a .I'lantation saw mill, solid of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, carriage, three head blocks, two 'rendered nt Ihp Noveniher term. 1011, Knight's excelsior dogs: or silllleient thereof in the above cause, the underthereuf to produce f!Mt).10, so ordered signed w ill cm tlie.'Ui day of I'ehriinry, to lie made. ItM'.', at o'clork p. in., or thereabout, The pureliiiier will lie required to f being Court Day,) I will iroeecd (0 ofgive l.'tmd. with approved security, for fer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of si months .at the Court House door.Htantou, Ky., the property mentioned in the judg- Iment, Make Your Wet Land Productive. A certain house nnd lot in Clay City, Ky., bounded us follows: Beginning By the use of drain tile you euti L'lTi feet fiotnNhe southeast turn that low, wet, 'isiless, swum at a point corner of Kight street and Sixth avenue p field into tlie must productive (iomi tile, '.lcet; tlience south ILtJIeet to tlio alapot n your farm, west properly placed, not only curries oil ley intersecting Block 37; thence surplus water, it admit nir U the w ith a id alley linei'i feet ; tlieucf mirth soil mid makes it easy to work. I'JOfeet to the point of beginning, and It improves any soil. The increiicc being the same property which was in the value of the laud is ninny deeded to said Matt Coulee by John tune the cost of the tile This first Trimble ajul wife by deed of date Nov. year', crop fm::i tiled lain! pays 110,1PM. and ofrccordWf the Powell for it. Any budv ean do the work couiityClerk'solficc ;orsiiflicient theresuccessfully. Write for particu- of to produce fl7fl8.7", so ordered tube made. lars or cell at nui plant. The purchaser will bo required to bond, Red Brick & Tile givepay with approved security, for the incut of the purchase money, to Lto have the forcu and effect of a Company, Pond, bearing legal interest K UNTUCKY TXT) from the day of sale according to law. Bidders Will be. prepared to comply with, these terms. Alien will be re- laiueu on ineiiuusc anu lot- sotu uu an the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. HOMULUS JACKSON, Master Coni'r Powell C. C. .1. 1'. to-w- it er 1 I U ill tirnoiw.ll (n ,,ITnr r.ip oiln' I'lllilie Auction to the highest bid-- ! 'le i a credit of six months, at the U urt House door, Sliintoii, Ky., the iroperty ineiilioned in tliu Judgment commissioner's Sale. Liver Medicine medietas, I bleestaonsnea.liver cocs not and trcubls, for constipation, Inis firm- digestion imitate it medicines. It is better than or it would not be the fa- vorite liver powder, with a larger tnan oILothcrs combined. SOK) IN TOWN F2 at Powell Circuit Court. CavraM nivl ('upjrliilil rll.l. Srnd sketch. Jltxlcl or I'holo. for mil MPORTon palriitalilllty. ratrntptacU IdirxcllutTelJ. BANK mrcmNcis. smi 5 crnu in Manips for Inralualilr Tiootc on HOW TO OBTAIN and SILL PATINTS, ..in' i, iiiion wii, im.j. iiuw iw ri -- i iiniirr. prcimi4.TottnlncU In ill rouutrtM OK NO The reputation of this old, Iiy I. 1303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT PATENT LAWYERS. ft CO. D. C. - Isaie SU(WRY Kast-llouiu- l. OF L. Ellcctivc Mtiy Station?. & 2S, E. Tlr?lE TflgLE. Hill. W(t-Houn- Farm Drain Tile No. 2, Daily. P. M. 1 No. 4, Daily. A. M. T No. 1, N". ;ii Dailv A. M. t: P. M. ."i::5" :.r O.- -i 2:17 8 HK! 2 ::W 2 :4!i J!: :1S S :U2 Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. .lunction, Indian' Fields, (54AY S:nO 8:05 7:51 7 ::$7 1:50 4::i7 4 :22 :$:l.--i 8 H:n() CITV, ::21 :5:2S :! :J 0:12 !!:" Stanton, I'osBlyn, 7:10 7:10 7:05 li :o!i 4:05 o:5 ' :i:51 ; :4 " :i :;!( i :47 :"ri 4 :04 0 :27 0 ::12 U :44 Filsnn, ('tuiipton Junction, Natural Hridge, Torrent, Itetitt :4:i (i :40 :25 (i:25 0:0:1 4.25 5:10 5 :25 10:04 10:5T :o.--i 1 1 jville Jet, River 11:25 Jackson, Quicksand, 0. & Iv. Junction, 5:10 .5:05 :!:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 I m j ONE DROP down the throat of o "eapey" chicken destroys the worms nnd saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinking wntei Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circdit Court 31. U. Lyle, Ac., CONNECTIONS. LEXINOTON : Train No. 1 will nike conneeti"n nt Lcxinuton with tiie L. fc. No. : wni tiiMke eoniieetinn for Louisville, Ky. witli the L. & N. at Lexington for incu.iniii, t.'. OAMPTON JUNCrriON: Trains Nos. 1, 2,.:J anil-!- , will make eon. C,. nection witn Mountain Central Ruilwii to a.. : HKATTYVILLK JUN(;TION: Trains New. 1, a and :i will mnkc fo:i- (fe A. Railway for nVction witli the leutt v ville. cm O. it K. JUNCTION: Trni-- s Nos. 2,. 3 nnri 4 will n : lion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway forCi itiiel CiM. t.d O & K stations OIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l I, C ni-- 1 Pa-e- n..-. A--- CURES and PREVENTS GAPES I'liiintifTs. Ti.Tttitt ,1 til . tu Ho tin- - (lured at the November term, 11)11 thereof, in tho above cause, the under Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ol this modiclne on hand. Write fur free sample iduucd will on the 5th day of Feb. and Booklet on Diseases ol Fowls." Aildrobs. IIUL'.at 1 o'clock P. M.. or thereabout BOURBON BEMEDY COMPANY, Leilagton. ky. (being Court Day), I will proOLl UY AIHv ON & l.LE, STANTON, KY. ceed to offer for sale at I'ubli Auction to the highest bidder, on credit of six months, at tie Court House door, Stanton, K the property mentioned in the judg' niuiit, t: A certain tract or parcel of lnndsitu-ate- d -in I'nwoll county, Ky., about one mile south of the town of Stanton, and being a part of the X. D. .Merrill farm .Many tin both t Ii rou iicginniiig at a red oak on the side ol Institute, the hill 011 tin.' west side of county road or In tiers " leading from Stanton to the Kstill Furconslderaii mi. ,u. n i. lions aro lieateii a nace nearthe rcMdetico ofTandy Hush ; No charge whntev .or coii- thence south " yards, more or less ti THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? siiltitlon. '.Vrlte the Invalh' 11 stone corner; thence east III yards ti Tl nl 1 Instltut". Dr. It. " Is a NEW :CP.EA-Pecan- '? said county road ; thence with said rou( in,-every Y. Uulfalo TI0:r, c Held cf tho wc.lci tUouuht, to the beginning containing '2 ucrei " ,u only action and culta nore or les ; or sufficient thereof t vow unabridzct .ioiury iu Planting Firmly. many years. ,;J produce $)Ut.IS, so ordered to b Failure in planting ol trees and made. by not tlrmlne Because " defines over 400,000 shrubs U often cam-crAVoriln; incro than ever The piirchiiei' will bo required the plants In the ground A plant or before appeared botweca two ;lve bond, with approved' security, f oovcrs. trx'u that docs not have the soil prop6000 II' 700 lumruttou3. the payment of the ptitvhiisc innuc erly pressed around t lie roots is verv slow to take hold and In tho case of to Imve the force and effect of a IU Because 11 ia the on fy dictionary with tlio cow divided (levin limul, bearing legal interest froi trees that sway In the wind it InvariaA "Btrcke ot Genius." bly means failure If the season Is at all the day of sale, according to law. unfavorable Because 11 nn encyclopedia in a single volume. Dig good sized, holes, twice as deep and as wide as the size of the roots 13 accepted by the I Because ' OVER 65 YEARS' Courts, BshooU and require. All In ugaln with sufficient soli EXPERIENCE 1TCS3 01 tuj OUO AUJirCWO cu- plant ma) rest on It at the that the luoruy. (by a glance nt the plant proper dspth Becauja k 77210 knows wins you will readily sea how deep It bus Purees, Lot us tell been In the ground before) then till you about u now work. In around the roots with flue soli, firming with tho foot or rammer us you WSIIE tax iptclnun tlm dlrldtit pact. Tbadc Umi proceed When completely filled up It DcsiaNa Ck CMFRRIAH CO., PUU.en,S!rlufUU. should be as firmly In tlio ground us If CoiVRiaHT Ac. Mutlw UUppr, nctl rut hut o(pit B,p. Anfona ending ,terh and dotcrlpllon mup P had been growing for so mo time well-know- n In medicine tliero lias been rapid progress during recent years. Dr. l'ierco has kept up with the times by continually improving his laboratory h) skilled chemists., and exercising care that tlio Ingredients entering Into his medicines Dr. I'lerco's l're- crlplh.it as well as tlm!!oI ten Medical Discovery" are extracted from tlio iK'st variety of natlvo medicinal roots. These aro gathercd'w 1th great care and at the proper season of tl.n year, so that their medicinal prupertks may bo moU reliable. Iheso extract aro then mado solublo In puro triple rellned glycerine and bottli d In a hvgleiitc and scleutille maimer. Thus tlio World's Dlspen ary a established bv Dr. l'ierco Is supplied with eery know ii apparatus (ind means of cine fi r Its al-- i Is to avoid surgical operations when vir possible. , ove-(Jreat care Is "v(.releil not eourago thoe n t;. of this iiistn ' if may Im) ral e- Institution. whlto diarrhoea, roup, cbolcrs I f .fui mid other chick diseases. versus T.'ii.L-dfii- , i One 50c Bottle of Notice of tinle Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Hy virtueif u judgment and order ol ule of tho Powell Circuit Court, ren i. f I Not Simply lUfill WebsterS New 1 to-ui- Now la tho tlmo of Tear when vou'aro be- In the JtAIlATHON voujtc' all ttla. snnnltiir tn ihlnlc ir thA cur vou Intend But don't accept ourmera Uleiiicnt. j- lieniember, when you buy. that llie abso- we can convince you ofhil. .Uu. lute limit or dollar tor dollar return ia We have a cataloyjo which descrifcc. in reached in cars soiling under $2,000. wben l' ' you pay more, your returns aro not in pro- detcll, the wealth o inccii.'.uicM exi-elflnUh and dependab u uttlily that cliarac ter portion to your investment. UO IUO 1UAUA1UVJPI. wnen you ouy, ouy noi simpiy a car, but car service. isuy correct uebirn, accur- And it's yours for the aikln'. ute construction and good materials. lluy souna motor car vuue. Won't you ask for It? MAJtATHON modcla locludc Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door ToHrlag a Carbut Car Szr, J j ana MM tuia Muura lourina arIron icoaaaier,SS.700. lorpeuo In tndf Snla SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, tfenn.. jar. 9 International Dictionary Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly Mrs. L. Fincher, In t J'-i- 'ti. . a letter from not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest. At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am Ifk very good health, and able to do all my housework." 7 years," writes Peavy, Ala., "but I was o. TAKE , - LARD U I Woman's Tonic You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Writ , j1e HIDES WW llkAAND HilKET PUCK AT IMHBST ptitincatlonlnirlsa4 BSTABLISHED 1337 JOHN WHITE A CO.. Louwvus. K oulcUIr aacurliiln our oi'liilou fret wlittllier " 'nnimiiiilrn prnunbir puiaiiijiiiiff. iiireiiiinii tlum rlollr cunudoiil (L UluniUOK on I'ltKIIM (unt (u'O. dlriVat for locurTni Iwleiiln. imihiih iukcii IIhoumo Muun & tv. tfulal uulUi, wltluiu; cbarKa, tu Iha rilr H tmEdm JF IW V FA1B FOK HAW FUSS 1MB BIDES. WooICommlulon. Writs (or Scieniific A hnnitionielf llluatratad Mklr. culatluii of uiir clt'iHIUa louriiul. Hrntm. (.urtut 'J SvM l)J nil nvaxleiibra. clr. enirt, II (or Sptclal Jnstructio.-is- . la: Udks' AJvltory and Dept., Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., book. "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. 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