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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 4, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912010401_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 4, 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 CITY TIMES $1.00 VOL.-XV- II. n Yeiir in Advanc:. We are here to hip Clay Ciiy. tke.Soironniigg Country and Oirsclvts. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. CLAY (HTY, KY., THURSDAY, Volume XVII. Wholesome Advice toYotmjt Men JANUARY 4. J 912. NO. J With this issue the Times enters upon its seventeenth volume having rounded 'sixteen years of existence under the same management.' For the past ten years the Times has been published at Clny City and during tin's time we have not. missed a single issue though we have frequently been a day late. We hope to be so successful in. the future in thi6 particular, but do sincerely trtiRt. new patrons may be added to our business until tlfe concern will bring in a little more profit, now that we have greater things to care for than formerly. Blau Gas Company Organized. The Southern Blau Gas Company, of Louisville, Ky., has been organized with $2,000,000 capital. H. G. Garrett of the Lumber Company this city, is Treasurer of the of This company new company. will manufacture Blau gas which is in a liquid and stored in steel kits, so it. can be shipped to any point and used. It is said that this gas is cheaper than natural gas; that it can be used with perfect safety, as it is lum-cxplosi- Brod-head-Garre- tt. and Money In Kentucky Banks. According,.to a report of retiring Secretary of State Ben L. Bruner, the combined banks arid trust eonipanies of Kentucky have deposits of $68,078,152.57. This is thirty dollars for each man, woman and child in the State, but say, have you got your thirty in the bank? If not von should have. The Kontuckey Swine Breeders' Association will petition the Legislature for an appropriation John Kirk is in Maysville thi of $18,000 for the free distribu week tion of hog clmlera Mars. Henri Wntterson, the ie nowned editor of the Courier-Journwas once asked by one of bin young men ndinirers'for his advice as to how he might "make a success of bis life," and in stating his ease paid, among other thing: I have been raised by a mother who has a horror of liquor and im. morality. My recreations have been rending athletics and outdoor drill. I know 'little of the boys,' less of women. Would you for success iu life, advice me to mingle more with men and women', to visit respectable saloons at'd drink moderately? Does a total abstainer have as good a chance to makt bus iness?" 'The desired advice was given in an editorial of the and among other things says: "We would say that the total abstainer has very much the best chance of success in life. The 'saloon' as it is commonly conducted n America is an indefesjbly quantity. No written or printed receipt for success in life is possible beyond a few simple precepts; to be honest, and first of all, with one's self and alTothers; to be sober, industrious, dutiful and civil ;' to cultivate good will by being good humored; shun evil, hold fast and trust to God. In the. Jrng run the young man of reasonable aptitude whopursues this general line cannot Jail.. , . As to the reoreatioi c andftmutivnieJiMiofthfejj'oungthc should oe t.iken wtt'i care and temperance, mindful how easily haMtN tending to bad halms, are acquired. Card&.hot Ht all. whether for fui or money for wher- - they do not waste umi ev tnt-- w.iste lime. The of tin are, indeed, the luxt res-- it aged, to whom the more robust o. OUt"f door Hports i nieasurealilx denied al Courie-Journa- l, At the close of the year there were 7,840 national banks in the United States. The capitalizawork done. Thus we have each tion was $1,038,802,185. 'JL winter the usual dangerous mud The adoption of a more practi- roads. We need John W. Langley, Jr. has ara compulsory cable comnjone.hool system, givroad working law, which, in fact, rived at the homo of Congressing woman "suffrage in school would be a law to compel mad man John W. Langley in tinu fs. hands to do for themselves one for a New Year's gift. To encourage road and bridge thing which they most, need to President Taft is quoted as building with"' reasonable State do and that which they will latsaying nothing but death could f; nid. er be very proud of. keep him out of the Presidential The submission to the people race. Be Careful How You Feed. of an amendment to the ConstiWe haven communication from tution giving the General AssemThe New York bly power tdiliyssify property for Fred Blackburn, member of the promoters who got away witli the purposo-o- f taxation. State Board of Agriculture, ask $5,000,000, have been given a The removal of all politics ing us to warn our readers to not year in jail. They should confrom the State prisons feed horses, hogs or cattle soured gratulate themselves they didn't The creatlotv'of a department or rotten corn. He says stock in steal a loaf of bread, which often of .Banking, v diiferent parts of this and other means two years in the pen. anu election ttntes are dying from eating such ine nomination of UniteoVStates Senators by the com. Mr. Blackburn says: "For That New York mortorman some reason it seems to be much who asked the Colonel if he directvoteofCUe people. Organization end operation uioro. dangeruu8.ia yt&x tJ.Vn didn't "know anything" mnrt. Thomas Welch, of near have felt awfully mortified when Minong the farmers of the State iiNiial. ami also among the laboring here, has latelv lost three head of he found that ho was really talkMr. Blackburn has' ing to the only living man that, men. horses." Mich laws as will destroy all just returned from Frankfort does know everything. where he learned of the many corrupt lobbying. Of the eiuht Presidents since The extension of the present deaths in the other parts of the the Civil War four wore from men option law so that the citi- State, and that the whole troubOhio has also starred iu vote zens of each and every county le is caused altogether from eatscandals. ing diseased corn. nay determine for themselves whether liquors may be sold k O-hi- abtotdoV. ficCreary's message. Goverfior MjOreary's message to the Leglelutwro which convened in Fratflifdrt Tuesday, contained fift.y-nn- e pages of typewritten matter , He starts out by heartily recommending ,qyery plank in the Democratic platform and Urging Nie enactment of laws pursuant thereto. After making a detailed statement as to 'tfie State's financial condition, including the deficit of $800,000 now existing, he urges the legislators to bejeareful in making appropriations unless thoy are sure thore will be mon ey available id' pay the appropri-ation- Bad Roads Again. On every hand you may hear complaint of the miserable roads. These complaiuants all agroe that it 4s now ton late to improve them and that work must be until Spring. When Spring comes, then farmers are too busy to give the roads any attention, and pass them up till tlie summer and fall. When summer and fall comes the roads d6-ferr- Senator Bradley has issued .1 statement from Washington indorsing President Taft for the Republican nomination and hat started a letter writing campaign in Kentucky. Ewen Bolin was sentenced to death at Jackson this week for the murder of Sam Crawford, tv negro. Tee condemned man is white. The Kentucky Legislature adjourned Wednesday until Monday to allow for the selection of committees in both branches. have so dried out and packed down that they are good enough without any work, so they are again passed up until a convenient time just before the wet weather sets in which it generally does just before wo get the I New Fall Millinery V'-.- (herein. The direct primary to be held at public expense. A corrupt practices act. The creation of a Public Utilities Commission. A uniform system of accounting for all public oliices handling money. Laws for the protection of laborers engaged iu hazardous employment and regulating the arbitration of labor trouble. A law prohibiting peonage and the slave trade, regardlessof color. The imposition of severe penalties upon officers who fail to WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and ' Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to first protect prisoners. Religious as well as civic lib- coil in order to get, room for new goods erty iu Kentucky and opposition to raising any religious test as a qualification for holding any office iu State or Nation. To Prolong Life of Rail Road Ties. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not 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 willopen your eyeeto an opportunity. coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Heres your opportunity to money. i V save som6v served. First come, first SHIMpESSEL'S. The railroads of this country use 160,000,000 cross ties every year. Many of.- them never rot at till, but literally wear out where the spikes are driven in (fu account of them continually working loose and having to be again driven. Some roads to throwing away those ties that are sound but worn out-ar- e trying screws to screw the rails to the tieB. They claim the screw sj'Btem will prolong the life of id Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live Perhaps this the reason wly.tic6 are 'such a drug on this market. . ' the tie one-half- . M in Clav Citv or near our store we will "deliver thegooda" warn ( J THE TIMES. PUIILISUKU KVr.UY TUUKSUAY. Subscription rates Slay ear or three vears in advance .1. li. liurihcr, Publisher. second-elns- Kntured a s innil mutter. Thursday, Jan. 4, 1JI12. CLUB KATES. For tin- convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged cluli rater with the following papers at prices' - below inentioiicd The Timkp ami Courier-Journ- al : " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisville Herald " Home and Farm " " " SI. 110 1.10 i)0 75 1.00 li tit net Farmer American Fanner Southern Agriculturist ?" If I only Had the Capital." The al)o e winds weie recently tit- tered in our hearing by the worihy hoy and undoutedly they are often reiterated hy many who are out of employment, or have ittle or noth ing to do To all such we say, you have home capital, you liave hands, feet, lione, in node, health and are not these capital? What more capital ha C!od giv n anybodx? "Hut if I only had a tew thousands incisli capital," say the young Hut these are better thin man. caidi capita , for no one can take them for you. and with these yon can eara cash Our men with wealth and liillueuce did not start with any cash capital. They went to work with theirplow, the hoe, the jack plane orax. and in time their capital brought them a rich harvest Ah ! but there's the rub; you don't want to work. You want money on credit so you can play the gentleman, speculate and end your career by playing vagabond Yon want to marry a rich giil who will support you, while you wuir line cloths, shoke cigars and be a gentleman of leisure. Shame on you, young man! Go to work with the capital you have and ou will soon make interest enough upon it to give you as much money as you need. If you connot make money upon what capital you have, you could not if you had a larger amount" in cash. If you waste your present capital .vou would waste money if you had it. So don't stand around, a gnat heple.sg fellow, waiting for something to turn up, but go to work. Take the first work you can get to do ind do it well. Always do your best, and if you manage your capital that God has given you, well, you will soon huve plenty more to manage. iniltl, as was also February, with Tuesday night. Every one re- the exception of a few days. The port u good time. greater part of March was cold! M Mrs 0nrtf. ()f and boisterous. April opened up Khllhre,f gpelt Kri(lliv wJtU t1L. unr..., n... greu comer as ... no- f ,j)e lattwr 10V. and vanced, ending with snow nut! jirs. G. W. Mcintosh. ice and winter cold. Buds and Henry White, of Silver Creek, (lowers were frozen in May, ice Madison county, was here this formed half an inch thick, and week visiting his sister, Mrs. corn was killed. Frost, ice and Win. Edge, and his brother, snow were common in June. AlDave White. most every green tiling was killed, li. A. Kirby, T. S. McKinney and fruit was pearly destroyed. and Moses McKiiiney took their Snow fell to the depth of tiiree inches in New York and Massa- respective crops of tobacco and chusetts ami ten inches in Maine. placed it on the loose leaf marJuly was accompanied with frost ket at Winchester. and ice. On the lift li of this Several people were disapmonth ice was formed of the pointed in tho sale of their tothickness of w indow. glass m New England and parts of bacco at Winchester Tuesday, Pennsylvania, and corn was de there being so much in the house stroyed in some seel ions. In" the date to begin selling was August ice formed half an inch changed until the 5)th of January. thick. Corn was so frozen that Boys, what are you going to do a great den. w as cut dim n anil Very little this w intet? dried for fodder. Why not attend ripened in New Eeglaml and the some good school for the next Middle Stales. Fanners wenobliged to pay $4 ami ifo a bushel live or six mouths and prepare 'rsell' tor some line of busi- tor corn of J81o tor seed at the spring's planting. The lirst ness. Yes, some one is about to next two weeks ot Septemb. i weie' sa "it co-i- s u great deal of inon- mild ; the remainder nt In- mouth e ami i.ilmr " True enough, was cold, with frost, and ice formed a quarter ot inch but can you accomplish any great and labor? thick. October was u than tlm. u i. hi.ut t ice. Mm usually cold, with fio. leaded in j no be t lie IK November was cohi ,in., world will uster- - 'in. ing, with snow em i.i o. iroml ...,: ,,., How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Kewnid for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. .1. UIIENKY &(J0M Toledo, O We, the undersigned. Iinveknown F. J. Cheney for the I n-- t lo veins and believe hi in pcrlcctiv lionoia-bl- e in all business trniiMictim.s, and linanciallv able to cnuvniii hdv obligations made by his linn. W'nlding, Kinnnn fc Marvin, IWholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Ilall's Catiirib Cure is taken internally, acting directly upeii tbu blood and niticoiii sin faces of t'm system. Testimonials suit fre . Price. Vic. per bottle. Sold by ml Druirtists. Take Hull's. F.imily 1'ilU f..r consiipaiion. SOQXBIAND BELLfr . IIM.I' WCt V V Bll New-York- , .1 ckEMTZ if ):'j'm CUT0FFVAMP5 LOOK AS WELL I BUT - HOW DO THEY WEAR - i ? . i I sleighing. Decemln-- i mi lit and and Farm. quite inl- comfoi't.ihl SPOUT SFRINti. lleineiiibor the iciini- services at the Baptist church Saturdax and Sunday. Frank Margison, our hustling merchant, visited his pi rents of Calloway's Creek over Sunday. Miss Zella Sams entertained quite a number of her friend- i L'C elect .1 -- i election of Lodue the mg ollicci- - were iio ii .1. ic ofii- - M.i-on- (! : hit n Bai-- Jul, r. Master.; wope, S4 W. ; W : ; S Leather EvERywhEm Demand the best end I the results wilt be unusual and satfsfyfno... LOOK FOR WE BELL ON THE SOLE. alter Smith, I). N. Hi. Sec. Charlie Bush, S.' I).; Charlie Clark, J D ; lVte Mouiitz, I Shoes to Whole Family rT AND THE PURSE. 3he Ware That 'Wars Guaranteed 15 Years It doesn't fjav to buy cheap ware that soon peels, cracks, leaks, tarnishes, rusts or wears out. Even at a lower cost such ware is the most expensive because it is dangerous to health and unreliable inservice doesn't last. IRS 11 "1392" Pure Spina Aluminum Ware There is practically no wear out to it and scientific investigation proves it the most sanitary cooking ware made. Particles can't chip off and cause chronic troubles nor spoil the food. is guaranteed for 15 years. Germs do not breed on its smooth surface and odors can not be absorbed by it. You'll have better food and lave trouble, time and fuel by using only "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware. Look for trade mark on every piece. Williams MILLS FI.OTJR After Christmas When the New Year Arrives it is the general ciist'un to leave olT a'l bud habits andaeipiii e new "and better ones. One ol the best to Let and an easy one to ret'iin. is the lu hit of using 1'enrl Hour. You will find it the best vou ever used, and thoroughly Hutisfactory tor nil purposes, and its ni will soon a custom. me FOR SALE BY HARDWICK Wm & CO. The world would be happier if people were a little more generous with their praise. There is too much ilatterv but a word of lust appreciation would cheer the heurt and strengthen the hands of many a utscourageu worker in the home, in tho school, in the church, and in mm A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK the world. m fo. is m m M The Year Without a Summer. an asset of real worthy to any community and m m m OPtR A Kentucky reader asks us to tell him of the very bad years they had in tho days of old. In she year "eighteen 'hundred and btarved to death" January was the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National is h J. 'DREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. The seeking your business. Myers Patent Mop Wrsngsr Clay City National Bank. T kf:? ' " ' pA esKWntc J to HUtjo I. rr " inlreer Mid OKir-c-a J ,4fe ,A ii2i -- st":cn. I ,J CE'ITS il , ur , I M.lri , ..j, , , :k.,Jt YlU tit. 1;,. tl; 14- I I rtllr'4 I' 'i.ri.iL, t,,,,,li.. . . f AND HIDES rues iobest Hiiirr ANDBUCl WoolCoaimtuka. - . This Mop Wniiger is the only nmchliiu ever Invented tlmlj will wring unu clean a mop thoroughly. It nut on'y IjI.ch nut the dirt and leaves tlm mop clean, but it wrinait sodry tlmt thuro is lianlly any moiaturu left hi tho mop. Tim iloor iu never left streaUeJ, as you aroaiwnys using a clean inoji, Tl'u niiicliinuia very simple toojierntonii I anybody can uso it. mail, women orchilU. It is a I bur saver one person will do tliowor! ijuicUer and bitter tli.iii lire witliany otlierili'vitoltnown. Tlio pall betn on tliOjpl.tMt u and is not attached to tho machine and can bu mov d at any time. It is always ready for usu and therqare nopnrt out of order. A trial of our machine will convince you that its work is perfect. Wo have yet to find a dissatisfied customer. If jour dealtr does uot bandit: this Hop Wrlugcr.wrlto direct to ui. reiui-esinldl!.: tj 1 PC'klr- l ..Wit i" Hal JH..I.SI. l.tlM l J1'1 '"' : ftt'tn I uii In!..!!,' - priest mrnlUitag this Writs for 4 MYERS WRHMER CO., MiRuf'rs, Mohawk, N. Y. ui.tkitM'.i.iuiiioiii JOHN WHITE AOOM K THE TIMES. AN' A HO.MK-MAD- The bird law expired SaturMrs. G. W. Porter, of Win day. Many had planned to take Chester, visited Mrs. J. II. Burgh a farewell hunt on that day hut er, Tuesday. the rain interfered. Solves a Deep LOOAfy TIJ UIJSDA Morgan Y .Stanton. me." For dispepsia, indigestion, Death in Roaring Fire Miss Sadie MuGuire, of At hoi, jaundice and to rid the system of spent the holidays with her broth- may not result from the work, of kidney poisons that cause rheuma firebugs, but often severe burns are er, W. T. McUuire. tism, Electric Bitters ht.s no equal. caused that make a quick need for Henry Ilnnter, of Winchester, Bueklrn's Arnica Salve, the quick Try them, livery bottle is guaran Only o0c at all .Monday spent with J. II. est, urest cure for burns, wounds teed to satisfy. dealers. Hn rsiher. bruises, boils, sores. It subdues inllamnmtion. It kills pain It Mr. and Mrs. (Jhurlie Mize, of soothes and heals Drives off skin Quicksand, are visiting relatives eruption?, ulcers or pil"s. Only in the eit v. 2.i3 ut all dealers. Doran Wood has f;o ne to Big Hie County Board ol Nipor Stone Gup, Yu. where he has Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, visors are in session at Stanton , employment. Roses, Phlox, etc. this week. The Board is com Mrs. (J. Shimfessel visited her posed Everything Fur of Messrs. E. N. Wilson daughter, Mrs. S. T. Hall, at George M. Dericksou, J. S. Ew ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. Stanton Sunday. en, Johnny Baber and Isoin Far OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. Mr. ami. Mrs. A. r. Wlntr vis nier. The Assessors' hook shows No Agents. Free Catalog. ited relatives at Morehead from not quite $800,005), but this wil be increased bv the Board to at Friday till Monday. H. F. Hiilenmeyer& Sons, least nearly $1,000,000. Lexington, Ky. 'A illlt .Ullisttj illVV-illlf The whole country along the spent several days with friends L. & E. from Jackson seems to in the city this week. be Hooded with negro trumps H Hev. and Mrs. Holit. N. Bush, Hiey aie laborers that have been CAPITAL STOCK. 8100,000 of Winchester, pent Friday with working on the extension of the SURPLUS AND UN)r. and Mrs. W. 0. Martin. L. & E. andtramping back from DIVIDED PKOlITS. 100,000 It would Mrs. J. P. Coliver, of Ashland, whence they came. spent several days this week with naturally seem that we would Tim her parents, Judge and Mrs. W. work one day longer and come tJ 13 VI- - 'A back on the train, but they seem T. Adams. WlNCIIHTKIt, KY. OF to prefer walkinu the railroad' to Clarence Ilazelrigg, who mov-e- working on it. jj; N.II01.1.Y Witiiiskhi'oon; Prkh. to some point up the road last W. R. Siii.k, Gamiiikk. Saves Tvo l.lves. Spring, has moved hack to Clay 'Neither my sister nor myself City. might be livinir if it had K YOUR ACCXMINTS SOUOITRD 3 Harry Shattuck and family, of not been for Dr. King's New Dis How ling Green, have been with covery writes A I). .McDonald of relatives at the Hed Hiver Hotel Fayetteville, N C. H. F. 1). No th w w eek. if Jnf ? A J. Jt A A A ii ifnT. ? .ft Ji A 8, "for we both had frightful .Joe Mountz left for Sardis, Coughs that no other remedy could Miss. Friday. He will take a po- help. We wire told my sifter hud sition in "in' of the stores at consumption !he whs very weak Watchmaker t lift place. anil had nignt sweats hut your .5 Jeweler. wonderful medicine completely Wuegrass The dates for the cured us uotn. the nest 1 ever Fair at Lexington has been lixed used or heard ofit's For sore lung ." b the association for August 12 cotifhs C"IK hemorrhage, lagrippe, to 17. .louett Shouse, who has All Kinds of Watch and Clock asthma, hay fever, croup, wlioo been secretary of this association Repairing; on Short Notice and cough, all bronchial troubles ing for a number of vears, has been Reasonable Terms. SATISFACsupreme. It ml bottle free its TION GUARANTEED. Line of succeeded by John W. Bain. f0e and 81 00. Guaranteed by nil C. 0. Daniel, administrator of dealers. Jewelry & Spectacles. dethe estate of Allen Gravett, Call and ce me in the Red ceased, will have a sale of the River Hotel Building, personal property at his late res MillikanBusiness School from Electric Bitters m curing mt of both n severe case of stomach of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hose are is in the city on business. visiting friends at (Joviimton ntu trouble orfd ,of rheumatism, from which I had been an almost help Dr. n nd Mrs. Win. (J. Martin Cincinnati. Since their arriva less sufferer for ten years. It suit spent Monday with friends in mere airs, nose lias neen verv ed my ense as though made Just for sick. Me Kinney, Win-diu.-tr, city hoard ot supervisors "I want to thank you from the composed of Messrs. J. 15. Katon bottom of my heart," wrote C. R 11 L URKVITIES. Hose and A. M. Huniher Under, of Lewlsburg, W. Va., "for were in session the first of the the wonderful double benefit I got Ian. 4, 11)1. l lie I'AFKK Mystery week. it lin.i been dcfinitly proven by experiments on animals that alcohol lowers tlic ftermiclJal power ot the body and that alcohol paralyzes the white corpuscles ot the blood and renders them unable to take up and destroy disease germs. of the human race. Disease germs cause the death ol over one-haA blood medicine, made entirely without alcohol, which is a pure glyceric er. Queen's root, Golden Seal root, Mandrake anJ tract of roots, such as Itloodroot, Stone root, has been extensively sold by druggists lor the past forty years as Dr. I'icrcc's Golden Medical Discovery. The refreshing influence ol this extract is like Nature's influence the blood is bathed in the tonic which gives life to the hlood the vital fires of the body burn brighter r.nd their increased activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated during the winter. Dr. K. V. Pierce, tiic founder of the Invalids' Motel and Surgical Institute, and a physician ol large experience and practice, was the first to make up an Altfrativi! Extract of roots, without a particle ol alcohol or narcotic. pleasure, that I to let you fcnnw "It U with thcrr'atr'tof from the U30 of write meillclnen Hml of yrur rem Iveil t!io rrrrat benefit nt home," writes Mns. Wm. llKYES, of Lailymilth. II. C. " I suffered for three years from a runnlnpc tore. Consulted four doctors bjt til- - Hvn rrlisf. Plnnllv 1 WM lolil I U'.'U In ct npunrn- lliv ril1l tn ,vv. "on rtnj woull have to cornuft a tpcci."J!t concerning my ear. thut tho ....... 1. ... ..... t.Af A Irtn.l .1 .1... ...n..n.t ...n..t,l advised mo to writ? to Dr. Tierce, which I did, and after peven months use of tha treatment tho poro Is heated, am! I enjoy hotter health than I J'alvoand ctcrdld. 1 lrcjcd the wound with Dr. I'icrec's tT'k tho 'Golden Medical Discovery" unJ 'T'eornnt relicts' for my ll 1 A BLO Recently v5 I.MVi.JiNE WITHOUT A1LCOHOL. fni troubles. 1 tins. ur. rierc! t!:all ahvuys recommend your moaiclnes. s i tensnn' nM.iru uver ana Doweis. (! Fruit and Shade TreesI When in Need of : Builder s Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Stoves, 1 ) J Go to or Write ) ) ) i? Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and ) ) ) ) "MTTTVTriTJ-TT'CsrillT.I-- A ) ) d Winchester, Ky. I o O to-du- iT. .T iTi t it. J.P.HAUPPIN, Fall HARDWICK Our Full anil Winter Goods nn your puruliiKCK, Winter AND now in. Goods. Co. i!efoit on mtikin call mid sco them anil iit our jirices it, give us we anytliin; id (Mice near this city Saturday. See posters for particulars. Lexington, Ky. t you mvy nei'd. you good ulsewliero. Wo claim that we will save you money ly selling; CLAY CITY, iH KENTUCKY. i!1 that will give you more service for the money than If you do not already know it'sn fr H? H ! S MM 4MI jKifr'' chance to wo Our January business at the BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND. beginning has been line this year, TYPEWRITING. better than for years before May this good work spread to, if This school has turned out lum it has not spread from other deeds of men and women who chanels of local business and are successes. It will make keep it up during the whole a success of you. yeur. Tho remain! nu: state officers worn li Hod Monday by tho elected Democrats. In tho Democratic caucus by a vote of III to 20 Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble county wus noinluatad for Speaker of the Hosun over Harry Shoberth, of Woodford ly prove this claim, for if we cim do this it. We can't mention every thing hero to your interest to know handle, as try that at all times to keep as near as possible every thing tho people Hut wo will call your attention to some lines that we especially anxious' for you to .et acquainted with. Men's and are Hoys' Clothing wu havetliein in the new, also in the plain, staple want. Wiite for Catalogue. f !) We tell veu how. and nav best market pricc. We are dealers: established In 1K6; and can do BSTrBKfor you than agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL oV SONS 22T.J9-31UE. Mtrktl St. LOUISVILLE, usiian in run, niuts, wuuu IT. styles and feel sure can suit every one, and know we can save you money. Men's and Hoys' Hats wo have them in the new thinin both rough and smooth eilects and also in the plain staple style. - "Walk-Over- " Shoes for men, "Queen Quality" anil "lloston , Jt Tarirtles uvl ZC Mmmr Collection 1J UM) 1uu, in ii ill Tortured. H.lto- -i Ttrwlln la all. Uatltlt "For years, UsufTitrod nr.speaka. WritelfrtCr.t Mentha thJu Piper. toay ; ok) torture from indigestion, constipation and liver trouble," wrote SEND 10 CENTS MM pataf 4 portMlt, fcjtU will, aj bit A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Krie, I tolUrtlw at bcd Klf U4 nurn tkt Tsl.aM i ''but Dr. King's .Nuw Life l'a., Pills fixed me all right. They're simply great." Try them for any stomach, liver or kidney trouble. Only 25c at all deuleis. I county. Uj.l.Mi. 'U4e t. balls Jl.w ri:i.rriit mska vou our ttf m SPECIAL OFFER:will Atrial Bureau's seem succeed Favorite" Shoes for women in all tho popular leathers and lads in i Old Soldier both button and lace. Wo also defy competition in our lines of hoav. ier shoes for both sexes in all sizes try them and compare Sec our lines of rain coats, huntthem with those sold elsewhere. ing and work coats, corduroy and other servicable punts,caps,triinks, Succeed else fills. In nervoua prosuation und female weaknewe they are the supreme jciucuy, as xnouMDaa nave tettiflcd. when-everything suit cases, L ladies' and gents' furnishing goods. In fact, Bte us jl-- 11 FO KIDNEYJ.IVCR ANO I I VTOMACH TROUBLE U toe best mtdiclne ever told over a druggiat'a counter. for every thing, as It will pay you, for we want your trade, and to get It we must make it to your interest this we will do I I Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I f er year over and above what It the samo service ould cost to I cr.o.-.ver roads that are uniformly good, no of the great world questions is hat of god roads, and tho scotisr the cople wake up to the fact the faster QICCIPLE3 THICK AS BUf.t -- C r.d surer will our progress bo toward DLr.3 r a cLovcn igher and better thii.es. PATCH. There is a widt. read clamor for a arcel pest and suong Influences are .t work to get the udcral govcrDmea KOT ALL CV.LED TO FEZ' " :ominlUod to it Tao indications are hat It will be tried out on a moderate calc. Whe.her tho parcel post will Desire Is Ctrr but Knowledre It love a bless. ng or otherwise is an Lacking derful Progress ien question, - nil one we will not at .i.ii) time dlscu.o. We may say, ' Better Hlghwa, ; that any uttejjpt at the parcel Cut Out All Fads. ost that contemp ales extending the ' icrvice to tho rural mall routes will BY HOWARD H. GHOSS. jrovo a disai : ointment. The f.ondl-,.an- s If one lookb carefully over the of the public roads aro such that (llpplugfl that come In upon the q .or weeks at a time it would bo physitlon. of good reads, he will be a&ton' cally impossible to make delivery. Tho Ished at several things. carriers are taxed now to the limit, First, the widespread Interest that if he starts out with fifty pounds over 'S taken In the subject. Better h bad roads it Is a heavier are being discussed everywhere avo times the weigh, over burden than a good rond. -- in the shop, store, the school, at Given tho parcc. post in full swing Iho cross roads, women's clubs, grain and without doubt the weight the car' ' exchanges, boards of trade, railway rier must handle will be .nany times meetings, etc. The advocates of good what it is now. Any one familiar with reads are as thick as bumble bees In conditions will say that without good a clover patch. All sorts of solutions permanent highways the delivery of are offered, trost of which are Imprac- packages over rural ticable, and if undertaken would be physical imposs.blllty. routes will be ja. The first thing simply a wastp of time and money. It to strive for is good roads; let the philos"minds one nf the remark of a parcel post come later. opher, who, after listening to a yev-Isd- y of voluble conversation, scia "What a relief it would be If she would stop talking for a little while and do APPLYING LIME WITH DRILL some thinking." There are disciples without number Success Made by Removing Rubber Pipes or Hose and Ca3t-lrowho feel they are called to preach the Boxes Gauge Regulates. sospel of good roads. They know little or nothing of the subject, but the Formerly my neighbors, as well as ucslre Is strong and impelling. It reminds one of the young divinity stu- lhave had trouble with the limo clogdent with very little aptitude for the ging the rubber pipes or hose, and boxes or cups to profession he proposed to adopt and even the cast-irowhich the bishop was trying to which the rubber hose Is attached. Ho disuade him because he regarded him this year we removed the whole, rubboxes or cups and all, as wholly Inapt. The man maintained bers, cast-Irohe was called to preach and therefore and let the lime pour down In small , he v. as to obey the summons. The open streams from each opening as bishop asked hlra In what manner the the flat disks pushed it out or the ferHe said he had "Aad a tilizer box. It is a perfect success, oi! 11 had come. dream In which he saw outlined in and the gauge can be set to spread the heavens clearly in letters of white from 500 to 91)0 pounds per acre. The T. C," which he Interpreted to mean lime drops right down around the to go and preach Christ. The bishop hoes nnd Is partly covered by them. told blm he had no doubt he had seen Then we harrow the land crosswise, then drill In the wheat with 250 pounds the vision as stated, but he had misinterpreted It, and that the letters "P. of 14 per cent, acid .phosphate per "." In his case meant to plow corn. acre, put alike both on tho tour acres In so with ths good roads advocates. that have been limed nnd the Tour many of them doing more harm than acres that have not been limed. The experiment costs little besides the good. $5.70 per ton that tho lime costs, lata One enthusiast, who has been much down nt our station, and "1 want to In evidence, is telling the people how ye they can get good roads without know, don't In know," whether there Is anything lime for clay land like money. He might as well try to boost which is already quite rich trom himself over a fence by pulling at his mine the glacial lime deposits? boot straps. good roads question is a treThe mendously big one and must ie hanWorld's Wool Crop. d dled in a big way. No one can masAbout of the wool crop ter the subject in a short time. The of the entire world Ik produced lu writer has spent 15 years digging into Australasia, which Includes New Zeul-anIt from every angle and he feels that and Tasmania. Last year's crop there Is yet much to learn. Some good exceeding 800.000.000 pounds The roads enthusiasts have proposed the flocks of this section contain nearly building of great national highways twin; ns many sbeeu as those of the connecting all the capitals of the United States. states, or a great roadway from Boston ta San FrancisNow, really did you jiet it 1912 co, or from Chicago to the gulf Such roads would be tremendously expen- the lirst time. sive, and about the only thing that hey could be used for would be as According to (lie Government pcedways for automobiles. These are coal report there was an overnot the roads that the public need?. In the building ct highways there production of mil in tin's counaro two great questions involved. One try in 1S)J1. Tes, and ,t is causIs the economic advantages to be , ed by an undoi supply of coul in gained from the transportation ' and this nu-- v tho homes of the poor people in hr tfirT1 We think the same country. over which the food supply of the state of affairs should not exist. world must bo moved. The other question is cne of the social and educational advantages that follow good ruid construction. Fortunately it is true thr.t the rame I). O. Moreheud was an at. hlchwaya that would give the largest tendant at county court at Stan rrturns from an economic standpoint. i re the reads best suited to give' the ton Monday. hi best advancement. Hence the nted .1. T. Iluhges, of Kiddville. is rot tliute great, broad, expensive extending hundreds of miles spent Friday with his sifter, Mrs n any given direction, but a network T. A. Ouden. f gocd rcUs, uluo to twelve feet wide, covering the main highways of Miss Cora (iarrett. of Inilim the country and centering in tho mar, ket town-- upon the railways. The uiigon icix-- i are the veins of com- OVER OS YEARS' ii tr-- e; tlie rullvtuys the urterles. Tht EXPERIENCE public good will como rom i'.lfst ui'h a (.o.idlllon that there will be u .no and uninterrupted movement upon bvh ire highways and railway throughout tho year. .uioog t!i economic advantages 1' TnADE Marks M'f.t It iit b!.s the farmer to keep I: DE0I0N3 rl.iso touch with the raarkot anC Copyrights 4 c. u uhu ins di live rU s when In bis Judg An rone lending a ikolrh and description ma? opinion free whi'ilier au Intention la probably r.nt th Wt price can be realized nulcklr ucertalu our tuitbiilahle. ('ommunlra. Ilimiatrlctlrconlldenttiil. HANDBOOK on I'aleuta '11 ere Is i,o doubt that a large pel (roe. Oldest nueucjr fureecuru'ir patcnia. aout r.iteuU taken turouah Mumi X Co. recelT TUtefio tht r. .Jor portion of th( tftcUl twlkr, without cbarue, lu tuo CO years It produce the lust int Scientific tl cllcy has been sole Mltil'1; A handiomely lllnatrutixt weeklf. Jjirgeet cird mowil wijh uad inndltlons at culation of anf eclonllUo lunnml. 'J't rnn, i a . dttn.-ilr- tiK ft tor. It Is, "Hooray Bolaball iiewedeakra. jejiri t jt. h au ret this :?mln to mar. MUNN ) 'St lUfw'U.M' f!dd aro sooT' an'. Uraucb uct.rw.r;iy bectuse the pi leu It enoor'flSGO&M ' Fields, spent Saturday night with atone, a fine book of 160 pages, is Mrs. Richard only 35c by mail. Let every body Mr. and Mrs. Will Bartiott, of respond and receive the warnings Wihche8ter, jpent the past week of'our National Seer for the coining with tho latter's father, Mark year. Swope. f I Very Serious Duckworth & Couchman have rented 1500 acres of land in this end of the countv belonging to the estate of A. II. Anderson for $220 00. It is a very serious matter to ask tor one medicine and havo the wrong one given you. For tht3 reason we urje you in buying to bo careful to ret the genuine BLack-dSgH- T Liver Medicine I how-ave- r, Darlingsville. A. C. Barnestwu9 a court day visitor at Stanlon Monday. A. O. Barnes bought of Berry Burnett a cow and calf for $535. Mr. and Mrs. Colic Prrtwood, of Mcchiinicsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Carter Reynolds, of this place Wednesday. Mrs. A. O. prompur obtained In all eonntrlea oil NO MI. lutered. Hend Sketch. Mattel or l'hnto. ?nr FRCC REPORT on patenubllitr. raUntpract- nrna I rnt in nampa ror InrahtaMa nook cm HOW TO OBTAIN an4 SILL PATENTS, Wlllftl Ona will ntT. Ilnw tn vt nrtnr patent law and other valuable Information. pre D. 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. The reputation of thia old, reliable medicine, fcr Constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It 13 better than others, cr it would not bo the favorite liver powder, with a larger ealc than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN SUtWRY East Hound. No I OF L. & E. TipiE TflELE. Barnes and son, Russell Mcintosh spent a pleas- No. 2 ant day at the 'homo of Mr; and Daily. Mrs. Berry Burnett at Spout P. M. Spring Monday. Mr. and Mr. Jrtltn Smethers, of Lexington, and Mr. nnd Mrs O. M. Woods,-- of "Kimbrell, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Smethers at 1 EiFective May 28, Mil. West-Boun- 4, Out v. Stations. No. 1, Daily A. M. No. 3, Daily. P. M. 5 ::!" A. M. :35 Waltersville Saturday and Sun day. JefT McKinhey, of Iladwick's Creek, has been .assisting his sister, Mrs. Emma Mountz, witjj her work. A good load of wood such as Mr. McKinney hauls is hiahly appreciated by a widow woman especially in the winter n 2:17 2:35 2:49 3:05 3:15 3:21 3 :28 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 !):(l0 . I.exinutoii. ' Vineheiter, L. & E. .rnnction, Indian Fields, 8:50 8:U5 4:50 4:37 4 :22 CLaY tHTY, Stanton. Rosslyn. Filson, , t ainpt'ie .Innctlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent. Benny ville Jet. O. &'K. .lunction, " v !):i5 !):12 7:51 7:37 7:10 7:10 7:05 0:51) (5:43 4:05 3:5G 3:51 3 :45 3:47 3 :52 0:27 0:32 9 :44 3:30 3 :25 4:04 4: G:40 (i :2o n 6:I 5 :25 m n 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 .Itiekson, 0:03 5:10 5:05 3:12 2:51 1 1 :57 :50 Quicksand, 1:25 time. News btis been received form Covington, Ky. of the serious condition of Mrs. Edward Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Rose live in Old Clay City and their many friends here are anxiously waiting for good news from-theHer recovery was thought to be very m. doubtful. The Rv. Irl R. Micks 1912 Almanac. Before the great drouth of M01, the I licks Ajniinno gave timely warning. For over two years prior to Mil. the Hicks. Almanac again sounded a warning, of drouth dancer. And bo for forty years this, same friend of all the people has steadfastly refused the offers of and continued to warn tlie public of tho touiin dancers of storm and weather. As they should CONNKCTIOXS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will muke connection at T.exinaton with the L. &. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O CAMPTON JUN'OTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will witn Mountain Ontral Iiailwn to and from Camptoii. BBATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Not. I. 2 anil 3 will n.ake co & A. Itailwav tor I5enttyville. with the O. & K. JUNCTION: Tmi-- s Nos. 2, 3 and 4 vill nuiw conix-- ( tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railwi for ( imi i Ciij. I' .v. O & K. stations fIIAS. St'OTT Gen'l Pafeiifc. Ae .t. I, nie (.)-nentio- n ! one-thir- d Not Simply i a Car but Car Serv.c Now la the ttma of rear when von'are bo In the MARATHON you get all this. cur you intend piunlug to think of-t-ho Botdon'taccoptournierestnttme! Ft baying. Remember, when you buy. that tho abac wo can convince you of lu truth. . vnu nar mnr. vnnr rttnrna are not In nro. aewil, WO weaiin Ot mtClianu ai excciKlHtr, vaw txitx aepeauauie utility mai cuaractcr. Dortlon to Vmi Investment. ue we aiAUAiiiuiM. When von bur. buv not slmnlv a car, but car service, lluy correct design, accurAnd it's yours for the asking. ate construction and good materials. Buy sound motor car value. Won't you ask for It t MAKATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Tourlurj trans-continent- have done, the people have nobly stood by Professor Hicks, theii faithful public servant, who has grown old in their service. Send only one dollar to Wort! and Works FrankI'ublichiiitf Coinpittiy, lin Avenue, St Loujsi Missouri, and tret lii .Mimnzine and Almanac ho h for one yeiir. The Aluianuc reachinrnnaTr'KV Car. suanaaril louring car ana Koaasier, ana lorpcao Roadster. Prices from 91,000 to tl.700. SOUTHERN MOTOR WORKS, Nashville, Tcnn. rim-rolnt- West Bend. I Are Yon a Woman 7 I m I i nDU The Woman's Tonic Ntv TAKE 1 fr 1 s Jlttieiicatt SCojNervtprk jot V