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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 18, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912011801_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 18, 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. 6 THE 81.00 a ( LAV CITY TIMES We are here to belp Clay City, the Snrronniine? Country and Ourselves. Year in Advance tl. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL XVII. Sweet Clover. The Bokhara Seed Company, of Falmouth, Ky., lias an advertisement in tlio Times that HliouJcI interest onr reader.; very .much. Soil improvement should bo tlio slogan of every farmer in Powell county, and there is noth ins: will improve the soil faster than sweet clover. It will grow on any kind of laud, and can he sown in January and February without any preparation of soi whatever. Besides being a fine restorer of the soil sweet clover also makes a fine pasture for stock. Some has reported to us that stock would not eat sweet clover hut we can contradict this argument for we sowed some last spring and horses devoured it greedily whon let to it. It is much better for cattle though we never tried any cattle on it. We are going to sow more of it this year and sow it early so as to make sure of a stand. Once started sweet clover never dies unless broke up. Be sure if you are a furiner and order some of this seed from the Bokhara Seed and start to build up your Com-,pan- y CLAY CITY. Home Nurseries. KY, THURSDAY Ah Imoortant mil. MlO lllnct Im .,,..t I I II II ...isoi' Mil the filtate Legislature U JANUARY 18 J9I2. one-hal- NO. Home Nurseries, of R. R ''I Hichmond, Ky., .1. B. Adam proprietor, have an advertisement in this paper. Mr. Adams has ,i fine collection of trees ready for setting. His prices are about one-hal- Otin nf vv f what the fruit agents sell them for, and being grown in a neighboring county are to our soil and climate much better than trees grown in another State. There are few farmers in this county that have enough fruit trees, and that should set out more this spring The writer has 400 young trees some just coming into bearing, une nunarea 01 these trees we got last spring from Mr. Adams We neyer had trees to do better livery tree nut one wlucli was barked by rabbits or mice," lived, and did well, notwithstanding the unusual dry weather. In ad dition to the four hundred young trees, we have about 100 old trees, but this Spring we intend to set out no less than one hundred more trees, as we believe nothing will pay so well on this laud as fruit trees. We hope to see others ot laud. the county do likewise and assure The bill them they can find no better place that "the (ireen County in Trouble. to get their trees than from Mr. rates,, fares.ahd charges demand Many years ago Green coun ty issued railroad bunds for the Adams at Richmond. Send In in ed from the.public by every ex press company, telephone aud buildiug of a railroad that didn't your orders telegraph 'companies, shall be build. Since that time the Elements of Success. jiiijt and'reiffronahle, and no dis officials of the County have 'Senator John Sharp Williams, crimination Shall be made bv refuaedtepay qnyone these bonds sittvi-utj.yMtr- - fa vor ofImVdSecided' the county every time. An handed out a few words of advice am jifiaon, una or corporation, action has now been taken to to the boys. "My word to the or for or against any locality, and compel the officials of the county farm bov " he says, "would be it shall be the duty of such com to either make the levy and col- that the three elements of suc panies to file with the coinniis lect tax to pay on the ootids or cess are industry, perseverance, sion u schedule of all their rates, put these officials in jail. intelligence. Industry without Wonder what has become of intelligence does not win; intel- - fares and charges for all the ser that clause of law that "a man igence without industry does not vice they render, aud in the e shall not have something for win, and the two togetuer must vent of wishing to change the nothing." be coupled with pel severance, and rates or charges, the same shall to this must be added that de not be done or become effective The voverproduction of coal gree tit honesty in dealing witn until after suci, company has no mined last year came in quite one's neighbors that makes tided the commission in writing lian.ly during the cold spell. friends for life." giving their reasons therefor, and laving received the expressed approval of the commission; provided that no telephone company doing business in the State of Kentucky shall charge a higher va-riou- '8 before that introduced in the Scnal Tuesday by Senator Nowcomb of Louisville. The bill provides for the creation of a Public Service and. Utility Commission, to hav supervision dver the operation of telephone, telegraph and express companies in Kentucky. It pro vides that the commission shal consist of three members, one from each of the Railroad dis tricts, to be named by the Gov ernor and approved by the Sen ate, and outlines the power and the Legislature redisricting the duty of the commission as fol State and his bill has the merit of disturbing the present bound lows : aries as little as possible. It shnRbavc supervision of Leaving out Jefl'erson county, all the telephone, telegraph aud he has divided the other ten disexpress companies doing business tricts on n basis ot 200,000 popu- in the State of Kentucky, and ation. This leaves the First, every such company shall, on or Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, before September 1, each year, Ninth and Tenth districts as thev make aud transmit to the com ire. mission at its office in Frankfort Politically the bill will make under the oath of its president the Eleventh and Eighth districts or manager, a trueandfull state-uien- t Republican and make the Third, of the ilfairs of such com Ninth and Tenth districts de- pany as existed on the iirst du hatable. of the preceding July. Com-mitte- Government Whitewash. fixed by the commission shall not exceed those above, and said f Take buahcl of commission is clothed with the lime, slack with warm authority, whenever in their water, covir it during the process judgment the reasonable conven- to keep in the steam; strain through a fine sieve or ience of the patrons or any company is not served, to suggest strainer; add one peck of sal' certain improvements and insti- previously well dissolved in warn' tute such legal proceedings as are water, three pounds of ground necessary to properly promote rice boiled to a thin paste ami st ir in boiling with improvements." hot; pound powdered Spanish whiting Redisricting Bill. and one pound glue which has State Senator Welch, of the been previously dissolved over a Congressional Redisricting slow fire and let it. stand for a. has introduced a bill in few days, covered up from the one-hall e, d dirt. This whitewash should be pur One pint of the mixture will cover a square yard, properly applied. Small brushes are best. on hot. thbugli-tf-B-CuUr- ta i - Coldest Weather in 13 Years. The coldest weather since 1800 was registered here Saturday morning when the thermometer dropped to 20 degrees below zero. t also stood 12 below Tuesday morning while evey day was ,col(L.un.o .yesterday af-- . ternoon when it turned warmer. some parts of the county Sat 11 jy Robt. Blackburn, of Stanton, was injured in a railroad wreck near Louisville Tuesday. While his injuries are not fatal he will be laid up for some time. At the same time tour trainmen were killed aud about a score of passengers injured, some of them seriously, in a head-ocollision a few miles out of Louisville when a O. fc O. "dead" train and the Lexington accommodation train of the L. ec N. came together. According to L k N. officials the accident was due to a direct violation of operating rules on the part of the trainmen on the O. & O. n -. " ' urday morning thermometers uvot as low down as .'10 degrees below zero which was as cold us was in February, 181)9 and that time was then considered to be the coldest, weather ever witenss- ed in this part of Kentucby. SWEET CLOVER A grunt fertilizer, and a hardy, vigninus forage plant for hay and pasture. Wi grow in any kind of soil, even very rocky phues Can In- hiivii without plowing in winter and early spring. Circular and prieet I BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. 9 ft New Fall Millinery the newest styles and lowest prices. 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We curry a full line of (Jenerul Merc-handic- e received from the. city which combines SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firft coil in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of i fi HATS and CAPS. Heres your opportunity First come, to first save some money. served. rate than the following: sis For each telephone in a busi- ness house or office the highest rate of charge shall be, for a sin gle or private line, unlimited ser- vice, $5 per mouth, or at the rate of sfOO p'r year. For a public line, unlimited 5U or at the rate ol service, $12 per year. For each telephone in a resi dence the highest rate of charge shall be, for u single or private mi line, unlimited service, $2 CO per month or at the rutej of $30 per year. For a public line, unlimited service, $150 per month, or at the rate of $18 per year. For each extensiou desk telephone, the highest rate of charge shall not exceed 75 cents per month, or at the rate of $0 per year. Said commission shull have the authority aud .power to fix and ireguiate all rates charged by telophonecompiniies in this State to their subscribers .on a reason- fuble basis, either long distance or local, aud for8ingle and pub-li- e lines, except- that the rates - and are selling the goods to our large trade und they tell us they ure P Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round 'owe day and give our pluco a look through und let us price you some of our goods.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods'' SHIMFESSEL'S. V- i THE TIMES. I'UnUSUKD EVERT THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in udvance $2. J- - E. Burgher, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered as mail matter. Thursday, - Jan. 18, 1912. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journill. ill) " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 90 " Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm " li hind Fanner 1.00 " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 7f al Jackson is advertising for bids on a telephone franchise without mentioning the charm's for serv-icIt seuins to us that. Jackson is trying ro get what Louisville has and what the latter 'ity has spent thousands of dollars trying to get rid of, and what Louisville would give still thousands- more to rid itself of. Our sister city had better go a little slow and look forward before it steps so - e. An Editor In Trouble. kindly omit reference to which John Burroughs says Mr. Roostion limy hnvo been so Congress-meAn exchange, is conducting a birthday it was. Thus it will be his counand Senators at Washington evelt would not ignore "twenty years ago" column and journal-iscould attend and not lose so much try's call. He hag his ear to the camo awfully near getting into a seen that the pathway of is ever strewn with dangerground to catch its earliest time from their duties. bad scrape the other day. A prom- ous and puzzling predicaments. whisper. inent "young" lady called up the John Langley ana CalebPowers bo" greatly disturbed beIt is announced that the na- ollice and said that twenty years seem to How's This? surcause they are unable to run the tions are making an effort to cod- before quite an elaborate 'We otter One Hundred Dollars honthe President. Bradley seems to ify the rules of war. The first prise party was given in her tor any cuce of- Catarrh eighteenth birthday Rewind have them downed when it comes rule is to jump on the weaker or 'on her cannot be cured by Hull's and the jMper printed a full ac- that to dishing out the Federal pie in nations. . Cure. F. .1. CHENEY &CO. , the interesting event. count, nil parte of this State. Toledo, O Yes, the Democratic Nutional But she did hope lo goodness that We, the undersigned, have known A New York policeman wants Convention will meet in Balti- if they reprinted the item in its .1 Cheney for the hint lf years, to be relieved from paying ali- more June 25th and name the "twenty ear column" it would F. . and believe him perfectly, honoramony because he is "tired of sup- next President, of the United ble in all business transactions, and porting his wife's second hus- States. Unaiiclally able to curry 01H any band." Some men are so by Ins hrm. The Republican Convention Frth, Rillibti, Curt obligations umde GutrtnteadtoPlMM Walding, Kinnun tfc Marvin, will meet in Chicago June 18th Ercty Gardener and W holeaiilt; DrugglMK, Tolldo, O. Planter abonld teit the Laboring under a New Year and name a skillful pilot for a anneriar tnerltaof Oar Northern OroWD Seeds. resolution is like carrying a pane salt river trip. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken in' srccifti. mrm of glass. One slip and it's all FOR 10 CENTS ternally, acting directly upen the we will tend postpaid our Mr. Taft will try Jus lest to oil". And the way is mighty slipsurfaces of the FAMOUS COLLECTION . blood jiihI tiiucou . . . 1 ttf.MDir save Col. Roosevelt from the empery thesfc days. . . 10a . . I tkf. rlwn R11 system. 'lVstunonlals sent free. . . Ot . 1 SlMrl. C.l.rr . . barrassment of refusing a la.Earlrlmw-lii.tratt- . .11 Price, oe. per bottle. Sold by all 10a tar rllrt JUrH.ttit.e t liaUTari.tUira.llrMl. The government has paid eight . Ma . Druiigists. ll.O hundred and fifty million dollars Wrlla todajrl S.M ri'a Wp f7 !. and and rpwlTp Take Hall's Family Pills for thing of trying to maki naekln with our N.w th&M. 'r.nwiB rnllartlon, . This in two years playim: the game of Iwtn'rW. Cv1ii UoMt tatter OH1CAT XllliniKRN Kiiinrco. constipation. 13S3 lione Rt. out of Itorkfnifl. Illinois trust busting, an J has not busted one's nerves t:ets anything yet n Ca-tarrh n SEEDS T.-.- W ... 11 IW1 !3K m m m SSJ A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK an asset of real Worth to any community and a m g iivi u kT MILLS FLOXJK After Christinas ts X far. When the Republicans took control of the StatP offices at Frankfo. t four years ago, they found $1,100,000.00 in the Treasury. When they went out of office the first of January they left the State .$300,000.00 in debt. m m he opportunity to do business with such a Bank The should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National is seeking your business. When the New Year Arrives it is the tre'neral custom to leave otF a'l bad habits and acquire new and better ones. One of the best to get and an eay one to retain, is the huhit of usift'sr Pearl flour. You n.ill fin, I it. tli ii lifst vnu ever used. SB?. m Another reason why Baltimore was selected as the place to hold the National Democratic Conven m Clay City National Bank . 1 Mfe'd by thoroughly satisfactory for .1 ud ii Du ivill imtn come a custom. an'1 . till hi- - .... mm J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. am m 1 STAR SALE jk v hi m n i ll P 1 A great clearance of seasonable goods. , STAR BARGAINS .opportunity. . in eve:y department. A wonderful money-savin- g I STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1912. AND CONTINUES FOR 10 DAYS. money-saving notwithstanding the very low prices, every item included in thenar sale will be of strictly dependable quality. event for everybody, Every line in the store will contribute Star bargains. It will be a g j MRS J W WILLIAMS ! THE TIMES. AM l J For dispepsia, indigestion, being a son of Mrs. Tempie Todd me." Morgan McKinney, of Winwho lives ne'ar Powell's Valley jaundice and to rid the system of chester, is here looking nfter his church. kidney poisons that cause rheumabusiness interests. tism, Electric Kilters Iii.h no equal. Old Soldier Tortured. It. L. Daniel will move from "For years I suffered nnspeaka-ol- e Try them. Every bottle is guaranOnly 50c at all torture from indigestion, con- teed to satisfy. Virden to this city. Mr. Daniel dealers. stipation and liver trouble," wrote is in very poor health. A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Vernon L. Vaughn, for twelve Pa., "hut Dr. King's New Life jears clerk of the Estill county Pills fixed mo all right. Thei'iv court, lias been elected clerk of simply great." Try them for any Phoenix, Ariz., whither he emi- stomach, liver or kidney trouble. i grated some twelve years ago. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Only 25c at all deaMs, Roses, Phlox, etc. R. L. Thompson, formerly pubArrangements for the organiEverything For lisher of the Elliott County Demzation of Boys' Corn Cubs in the ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. ocrat, has launchd the Mountain several counties of the State are Echo, also at Sandy Hook. The being perfected. Seed corn will OUR PRICES MAY INI"EREST YOU. 'Echo is a neat paper and inde- be distributed as was last year and No Agents. Free Catalog. pendent in politics. each boy raising more than sixty Lennie Orow has moved from bushels will be awarded a diplo. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, 'O & K. Junction to this city. ma signed by Gov. Mct'reary and Lexington. Ky. Mr (.'row has been station agent Commissioner of Agriculture J. at O. & K. Junction for some W. Newman time and moves back to Clay City Saves Two Lives. for 'he benefit of the health of 'Neither my sUter nor myself J CAPITAL. STOCK, SIOO.OOO his wife. SUKPLUS A.S UNinigln he living if it had DIVIDED PKOFITS. 2UO.O0O not been for Dr. King's New T. .1. Fletcher, former Police writes A I). McDonald of ..Tiidue, has been appointed local all Fayetteville, N t It. F D. No. Registrar. The law requires births and deaths to be recorded. 8, "for we both had frightful h j This will be his duty for this end Cough that no other remedy could OF WlNCHSTKK. KV. riiunry. The Judge.is well help We tre mid my siier had of the N. IIOIXT WlTHBKSI'OON, I'llHK, 3 qualified ro perforin this duty, coiisiimptioii She was very weak W. R. HIUAII, Oahhikk. 3 and Ik- can alwuvs be found in and had night sweats but your medicine comijletely 5? . tin' city, which will be of great eured ir-- both It's th best I ev.,r g VOUU A3COtrNTM SOL.IOITKD coiiviMiiein"' in issuin'g'"-buriused or hen id of." For sore lungs. permits. eoiiL'hs cdiU, hemorrhage, lagrippe, Death in Roaring Fire .181 hum, hav fever, croup, whoop'I "H1 'fr 4"!' roi nit rtult Irom the work of ing cmigh. all bronchial tioubles fr I t fr fir"bug. hut often fvere burnn are its supreme Tiial bottle free, I call!""! .that m tke a qiiick'iTecd fur odea d 81 00 Guaranteed b. ail ! , Buiiklen's Arnica Salve, the quhik-st- dealeijf.. Watchmaker urest cure for burns, wnends, Mrs. A. D. Mansfield. Jeweler. boils, core. It subdues biuiseM. Mrs. Armina D. Mansfield died It kills pain It inflaiiiuiHiioti at- the home of her daughter, Drives off skin Honthrx ami heals Mrs. Hubert Hunter on Pendleeruptions, ulcers or pils. Only ton Street Suudav, of pleural "25b at nil dealers All Kinds of Watch and Clock Rixt v.seven pneumonia used Repairing on Short Notice and years. She was the widow of the Fruit Trees Given Away. lute R M. ManslieM, and was a Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of native of Estill county, being Fifty apple trees, three and four Miss Cole before her marriage. Jewelry & Spectacles. j.'mih old given to each person who The funeral wu6 preached at the Call and see me In the Red buys 50 apple trees, all to be well family residence yesterday after- River Hotel Building, varieties named below. - KENTUCKY. CLAY CITY, This offer is open until the N to-da- Solves a Deep Mystery "I Want to thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. U. LOCAL BREVITIES. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for THURSDAY, .... Jun. 18, 11)12. the wonderful doable benefit I got from Electric Hitters in curing tuu n Word was received from Doniii Wood litis returned from of both a severe case of stomach that Leslie Todd flagman Diastolic Gap, Va.' for the L. & N., was in a hospit- trouble and of rheumatism, from Poaches won; nil killed say dis- al there having been found at his which I had been an almost helppatches from many parts of the post of duty in an unconscious less sufferer for ten years. It suitState. state. Mr. Todd is from this city ed my case as though made j is for ALL IIOMK-MAD1- 5 lAFER We are going to take hack what we have said about bad roads in Powell county in the winter. Wo have good mads sometimes in this county in the winter, but. the trouble about, it seems to be when the roads are good in the winter it always happens to be too cold to use them much. Lex-ingto- noon by Rev. 0. ,T. Chandler, and the body was buried in thu WinWinchester Cemetery. chester Democrat. Woman's Power Over Man Woman's most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a worthy man. When she loses it and still loves on, ;io one in the wide world can know the heart agony she endures. The woman who suffers from weakness and derangement of her special womanly soon loses the power to sway the heart of o mnn. Her general health suffers and sho loses : L "1 .. lier riffinrt InrtL n i rr .UmntiiraniM. .!. ui.ii i lit. umiuuiiiiy . and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. R. V. Pierce, of the assistance ofhis staff of able physicians, has prescribed fotd'euredrnany Aousaud. of women. Ho ha, devised a successful remedy for woman ments. It is known as Dr. Pwrec'a Favorite Prescriptiom specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. ItIt is a positive late., strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No Ao ourifies er dea w advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit. -! 1 S IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. Or. Plera-- Plcumot Pellets nguUte mad ttrtagtbtq Stomtch, Liver and Bowtlm. Fruit and Shade Trees! S ) When in Need of tt l n i i s naraw Duuaer -- Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tile g Cooking or Heating Go to or Write ) 1 " s Grubbs & Bentc Cor. Main and n na v 1 Winchester Bank, Winchester, 0 - al 'I1 41 "t1 "I1 J1 j J.P.flAUPPIN, Stop! ijooki List -- - Hardwick & ifuuwduu es below G CLEARANCE SA LoaciVrjmuiiu),..uUce tliecduiUio- 1 as.-orte-d 15th day of March, Terms Cash 1912. MillikanBusiness School Lexington, Ky. that we are giving during this oaie. iwd Those who come pro- BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND. tect the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tin down with Tree- can be tiafely transplanted during the win- This school has turned out Inn ter season at any time when the dreds ot men and women who Hoys cone Bee ground is open. are successes. It will make I have for yon. what a success of you. SUMMER APPEES: lied ienoni, Early II irvest, Wiite for Catalogue. (J. Sweet, Maiden Transparent, f' Red June. lllush, tzu'v.!ir"r.';a?-j.j.- ; FALL APPLES :' X. Spv, It. Jleaiity, S. lieauty, U. Golden, Wolf River. Stayman WINTER APPLES: SPECIAL OFFKK: t l oti Kcv Satin. M. A trial timora ka'.Moci r4nnu.?tcuiiouicr. Will" WinuSap. Common WiriuSitps, Hen I. P. Winter, ;j)avis, Gano, Stark. . ili.M run. Ik vjiittift la Jnhnathau, Smith Cider, Yellow IMmiM ftnrt i rT. r. in. 1 l.i cli o.Wu, tan tit. t Janet, Milam, Opolasccnt, Russett, Wilt i Mention thlt P0r. JJIack Twigg, Greenville. 1 ri,c-ao- for trees must bring straw to MONEY fer-. We tell von hair. nd rav best market prices. We are dealera: eUblished In 1850; and can do BUTTHR for you than agents or commission mer- e. chants. References any bank In Write for weekly price list. tn-M- Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 $2.50 Women'sTrimmed Hats half price Ainu's liurniiTiiH Mi'it'fi Fn-en- e Liiit'tl :)")(!. Umlt-nvear- , (il)i! K'iriueiits for 817.00 0c, 50o for M. SABEL & SONS 4MB. Nartil tt lOUIHIlU IT. niuts, wuul. ostitrt m ru, 18..M) Hiiitt iif eluthtf for 13.50. suits for 11 814 50 uit fT 8i).ft. 81S.50 suits for S 00. $8.00 its at the game pur cent. rut. .Mi n's Hiiits for 8.5.00. IIovk' 84.00 corduroy puntd at 8i 70, 83.afl corduroy pants at .$2.25. 50, Dress good, price 81 25 per yurd Ht 80c, 75c per yard ut 55o, 50o per yard ut 35c, 27c ypr yuid at 10c, 25c per yard ut 18, 15u I ..HI per yurd ut Ht 17.50. lOo, 10c per yurd ut 7ic. price $:10.00 at 22. 50, $2j.C0 to-d-ay HOME NURSERIES, J. B. ADAMS, SEND lO CENTS t HS kaeUMftlaa Proprietor, r. f. d. No. 3 Richmond, Ky. Nursery at Waco Ky. ' Phone Wueo 7 4. it. fetM, s tE7Stuuii(s itiM. fcyMhn wtlh at Succeed everything else falls. In nervoua prostration and female weakneatet they are the supreme remedy, aa thouaanda have testified. It ia tha that medicine ever aold over a druggist's counter. VI Sa vba WJsilMsV m Stundurd Sewing Machines, FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLK Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i & flMDOWBROOK iS3v-- v Bidders will be prepared to comply the payment of tho purchase money, to The profit m n cow comes from the have the force and cITect of a replevin with these terms. A Hon will bo reextra amount of milk she will yield over what she ordinarily gives on bond, bearing legal interest from the tained on the property sold till all tho purphnsu money is pnid. common pasture or the coarse feeds day of sale, according to law. Bond payable to Commissioner, usually given her. Didders will bo prepared to comply HOMULUS JACKSON, with these terms. A lien will bo reMaster Com'r Powell Circuit Court. Tho poultry raiser who notes his tained on the saw mill sold till ull the UWlUUIll ""v... ..... ...... , tuiiauB purchase money Is paid. what they are doing, nnd capablo of Pond payable to Commissioner. doing, ought to know moro how to HOMULUS JACKSON, feed and what to feed, than anyone Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. advising at long range. Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask (ot one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you la buying to be careful to get the genuine FARM ( SPOUT SPRING. Frunk Mnrciscin with li is parents. auu un excellent laying bens. oommissioner's Sale. J. F. Iinrrls, vera us to Mutt Conlce, &o.t. Powell Circuit Court. Plaintiff, rronutir obtained In all conntrlM or ho rcr. TRADEMARKS.Cavr&aanlfJonvrlahf4rrff1. I novo. lor on patentability. Talent pract. ii.irrru. BANK REFERENOEB. sen.i eenu in amr ror Inraldable book on HOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS, Which onea will mv. Ilnir tn vot mum. I Liver Medicine emu nKeicu, jiioaci or spent Sunday moving uuis A. J. Lar.Fon is Milt Crow's place. Ion fur frit-nd"- Mocs McKinnc spent Sunday in Irvine. Laxtc In the fall Is a good time to with Initch spring chicles In buuiu sections. (Jihtkh Curtis lins moved to S'jorts are more economical feed tin- Elizabeth Burgher farm. ! - for sow3 and growing pigs than corn. The deepest mudholc and steepest hill measure the real dlstanco to market. Turkeys will soon become weak and "ubjpct to disease where Inbreeding Is practiced. Where there is plenty of skimmed milk, beef scraps for hens need not When the hogs fall to T. S. McKinney visited his son, Million, nt Lexington Tuesday night. Miirgison & McKinnev have moved their stock of goods front (he (Miristopher building to the Mosniiic property. be bought. a pound a day it Is time to say good by to them. Messrs. T. S., Moses and Shelt McKinney and II A. Kirbv sold gain at least tlieir crops of tobacco at Win -- of cents. ir Average price about Get your cows started right for the coming cold weather and they will do well all winter. Build comfortable room for the calves for the cold weather. Winter is here and the little flowers cover their heads far from our view waitins: for the gentle a warm, dry and otherwise sunshine and rain of Spring to und people. so have some When selecting a cow for the dairy look and seo If the eye of the animal Is large and full. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court, This 1b the time of the year when Plaintiffs, dairy cattle require better care and Garr Scott & Company, versus more liberal feeding. Clias. ltoundtrec, &c, Defendants. Notice of Sale in Equity. To thoroughly clean milk utensils Hy virtue of a judgment and order they first should be rinsed with cold water, to remove all particles of of tale of the Powell Circuit Co'.irt milk. rendered nt the November term, 1011 thereof in the above cause, the under The successful feeding of lambs de- signed will on the fith day of Februiv pends largely on their being offered ry, 1912, at 1 o'clock p. in., or there great variety of food while In the about, I will, proceed to offer for salo yards. nt Public Auction to the highest bid Peach trees can be planted any der on a credit of six months, at the time between last and first frost; the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the earlier In the winter they are planted property mentioned in the judgment it : the better. The property now consists of nn eigli Keep all the rotten fruit well teen hone-powengine, irounted on cleaned up around the orchard, ns wheels, a Plantation saw mill, these constitute the winter quarters carriage, three head blocks, two of numerous orchard pests. Knight's excelsior dogs; or rniflicieiit If all of the garden space Is to thereof to produce $010.40, so ordered grow profitable crops, no large trees to be made. The purchaser will be required to must stand closer than thirty to 01 ty give bond, with approved security, for feet from the garden fence. to-wer Defendants. Notice of Sale in hquity. Hy virtue of a judgment and order of snle of tho Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the November term, 1011, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the Gth day of February, litl'2, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being Court Day,), .will proceed to offer for sale nt Public Auction "to the highest bidder, on u credit of six months at the Court House door, Stnilton,Ky , the property mentioned in tho judg ment, A certain house nnd lot in Clay City, Ky., bounded as follows: Beginning at a point L'1'5 feet fiom the southeast corner of Eight street and Sixth avenuo 35 feet; thence south 120 feet to the alley intersecting Block 37; thence west with said alley line 20 fee t ; thence north 120 feet to the point of beginning, and being the same property which wus deeded to said Matt Conlce by John Trimble nnd wife by deed of dnte Nov. 10, 1004, and of record of the Powell countyClerk'soillcc jorsufiicient thereof to produce $1708.75, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to to have the force 'and effect, of n Replevin Pond, bearing legal interest from the day of salo according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the houjo and lot sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. HOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell C. C. to-w- it: D. 1303 Seventh St., SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. Washington, D. C. The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, far constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It ia better than others, or it would not bo tha favorite liver powder, with a larger Gate tnan oil others combined. SOU) 111 TOWN F2 SlWlflRY Eiist-Bouin- l. OF L. & E. TlflE TflSLE. Effective May 28, 1911. Wcst-Mmiml. No. 2, Daily. P. M. No. 4, Daily. A. M. btntions. . . No. 1, Daily A. M. N'o. 3. ,. .. !'. M. l:a.r a: 17 2:35 2:49 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:04 4:25 5:19 5:25 7:30 8:0:1 Lexington, .Vincbester, L. & E. Junction, 8:18 S:32 8:50 9:00 9:12 9:27 9:32 9:44 10-.U4 Indian Fields, CLAY Fiioon, 9:'5 Stanton, Rnsslyn. CITY, T .. ' ., ' Camptt.n Jnnetlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beutiyville Jet, O. fc 8:o( 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 0:59 0:43 G:40 5:3. 4:50 4:3? 4:22 4:;0 10:57 11:05 11:25 K. Jackson, Quicksand, Junction, 0:25 0:03 5:10 5:05 3:50 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57' 1:50 1:25- Commissioner's Sale. Powell' Circuit Court. Plaintiffs, versus Geo. Jackson, tc, Defendants Notice of Sule in Eqity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the November term, 1011, thereof, in tho above cause, tho undersigned will on the Sth day of Feb, 1012, at 1 o'clock P. M or thereabout (being Court Day), I will proceed to offer for salo at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, nt the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., tne property mentioned in the Judg : inent, it A certain tract or parcel of land situ ated in Powell county about one mile south of the town of Stanton, nnd being a part of the N. I). Merrill farm beginning tit u red ouk-othe side of the hill on the wctt side of county road leading from Stanton to the Estill Furnace near tho residence of Tandy Hush: thence south 225 ynrds. more or less to a stone corner; thence east 10 yards to miid county road; thence with said road to tho beginning, containing 2 acres more or less; or suillcient thereof to produce $101.48, so ordered to bo made. The purchaser will .ibe required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchaso monoy, to have tho force atid.elTect of a Ke- pleviuBond, bean'nglegnl interest from tho day of sale, according to law. to-w- CONNECTIONS. Pruin No. 1 will make connection at Lexington with LEXINGTON: K the L. No. S will nmke conneeiion for Louisville, Kv. with the L. & N. nt Lexington for Cinrinnati, O CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Xos. 1, 2, 3 and 4. will make . on- neetion wiin Mountain (Central Hailwa to nnd from Campt". BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will inttk.- nnection with the I fe A. Railway for Bnatty villi-- . O & K. JUNCTION: Trails Nop. 2, 3 and 4 will inale c:ine. i ud tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cminc in. K, O it K. stations. CHAS. SCOTT. Gcn'l Pacnpcr At t'. - - - M. H. Lyle, Ac., Not Simply iuyln. a Car but Car Sere 1. 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