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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 8, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912020801_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 8, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CLAY CITY TIMES :i Year in Advance. ' We arc here to help Clay City, the SorroonJing Country and Ourselves. 1. R. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVII. CLAY OITY. K., THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8 J9I2. NO. (i SPECIAL STANTON COLLEGE 1 ANNOUNCEMENT MAKES EXTRAORDINARY Rev. OFFER. In order to tiring the Young People of Powell County and Vicinity and Stanton College together better the College Management makes the following Very Liberal Offer: o any New Students enrolling before or during the month of February and paying Tuitrjn in advance, the very low rate of $5.00 for the remainder of the will be allowed. ochorjl year or rour Months This offer is good only unfil February 24, 1912. AGRICULTURAL J. G. HANbBY, President, Stanton, Ky. I EXTENSION. Every one has come to realize the importance of a better system of Agriculture in Kentucky. We all know that, the soils of the state are now in a worse condition than they were a generation ago. Likewise the increase in population has necessarily made the size of farms smaller. Under the conditions a definite problem presents itself quite clearly, namely, that we must be content to live on less than our fathers did or else that we must study to make our land produce more. The latter is clearly the only course to pursue t lie question is, how to go uhout it During the last two or three years the College of Agriculture at Lexington has conducted a small numher of agricultural clubs with the most gratifying results. Heretofore the work has necessarily been quite limited on 7aucount5'of-?lacof men and money and, for that mutter, the same condition still exists, however, on account of the excellent results obtained a greater eilort will be made this season to forward this work. An agricultural club usually does the best work when in connection with some school or is under the supervision of the county school superintendent though this is not necessarily the k Heretofore the clubs have often been nailed Corn Clubs and have confined their efforts to corn raising. During the coming season the plan is to expand the work to cover a variety of farm activi. ties such as corn, in yield and profit, contests; potato raising in similar tests, testing and keep-inrecords of dairy cows, butter-makinbreadmaking, sewing, gardening and forestry. In an account of this length it is impossible to go into any details, however we want to say that all these activities are to lead to the young peoples department, of tlTe state show at the Agricultural College next January. Assist enre will be given from time to time; experts from the college will visit the clubs and a limited amount of apparatus will be loaned for the use of the members. Detailed instructions will he given in regard to all lines of work undertaken. g g, will be gotten by roys and girls as well as by teuche s who get in touch with the Extensisn Service of the University. The prize lists offered at the annual Farm case. Products Exhibition contain valuable premiums and as the work develops, other attractive features will be added, such for into the State stance as Fair, available to boys and girls in each of the counties. The Agricultural College in- free-trip- s New Fall Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Sucsessful Corn Growers. corn plants on the land was invites correspondence in retard to Forty-fiv- e boys in the state of sisted on as iiujispensadle to the T. It. Bryant, this work. Supt. Extension Division, Georgia raised over 100 bushels taking of heavy crops from Cojlege:nf Agriculture, of corn last year on a single acre. " Lexington, Ky. The Southern Kuialist in its isAgricultural School for Ministers. sue of February 1st gives each Road Litigation. On the theory that ministers in boy's name and address together For some time a movement has rural districts will be better able with the amount of com grown been on foot to widen the road to perform their dutfes and get per acre and further adds: at a point on Uardwick's creek into closer touch with the farmers "The average yield of these if they understand modern farm at John W. Burgher's where the has washed away the great- boys was J2!i 9 bushels, not per methods, J. W. Newman, Comcreek er portion of the road. At the acre, but from an acre. The missioner of Agriculture will escost of this corn was 5M tablish a special agricultural January term of the Countv Court Dillard Estes, Charlie cents per bushel, and the aver school for ministers at the State Welch and Dr. A. T. Knox were age net porlit all expenses of University in Lexington during appointed viewers to look over production charted against the J n v and August next. Each the road which they did and crop was tOO.OI per acre. minister will be entitled to a The results exhibited and remade their report at the County tv.urse free, and Mr. Court Monday. Exceptions to corded from Tennsjee, Mississip-p- i New man thinks he will be able this report was filed "by Mr. and North Carolina were to arrange it so that the ministers Thus the case will Burgher. "surprising, though not will not have to pay any board now have to be tried out by the quite so numerous. during the time they are in Lexcourts entailing the usual costs. A few further facts are of prac ington. Mr. Newman says he The report of the viewers is to tical importance. The largest lias talked to many ministers of the effect that the amount of yields were, as a rule,made with the rural districts and the sugland required is a strip 800 feet prolific or small-earevarieties. gestion for a course in agriculture long by 80 fee wide. Mr. Seed selection was mentioned as has met w ith favor. damapeif.' Mufplirfnnt factor in nearly all The court considers this very ex- reports as to methods giving excessive. ceptional results. Deep breaking people of Hardwick's and thorough preparation precedThe A great fertilizer, and a hardy, creek verv badly need a much ed every large yield. Divided road and we hope to see application of fertilizers was the igomus forage plant for hay and better uny nature. this improvement with other rule, the use of nitrate of soda or cull, even Wi grow inplat-e- kind of Can very rocky much needed improvements. was ne how-- without plowing in wintei similar fertlizer at layiirg-busual. Thick planting was al- MiidearU spring 'ircularand priees Tax Sale. The annual tax sale of the ways followed getting plenty of BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Sheriff is advertised in this issue of the Times This is one job we hate to do, but it has to be done We are sure it is aleach year. so a most painful duty of the & Mieriil' to be toiced tu bell out so many of his countymeu, but he is compelled to do this or else j Ky. lose the money. We hope to see all of them advertised pay up before the day of sale and thus still further costs in the th-lanav-eru- I two-week- s' d -- 1 SWEET CLOVER I y WALDRON JOHNSON, j Waltersville, id case. Released on Ball. We carry a full line of Generul Merchandise .nut Sam Watkins and Judge w ho have been con lined in ih" Stanton jail since last July Wat-kins' are selling the goods to our lurge trade and they tell us thev p are w SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fits! cost ere Friday released on $5,000 in order to get room for new goods also coming in. In this sale-wil- l be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your money. opportunity First come, to . save some bond, when they returned to their home in Breathitt county. Sum Watkins it will be remembered was sentenced to the penitentiary at the November term of court but this decision was reversed by the Court of Appeals last week. Jailor Stephens tells us that he never had under his care two .more gentlemanly prisoners than these two men were, being sober arid .toinporate in all things and never an oat h wort they heard by him to swear'. b The Senate passed the bill, providing for a State Department of Bunking, under New-com- Saving Money. ft You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round 'oino day und give our place a look through und let us price you some of our goods.They wilfbpenyoureyeetoan opportunity. first' served. the control oft) commissioner, SHIMFESSEUS. ono deputy and three inspectors, by tho vote of 04 to 2. Send Us Your Orders pa over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live iu Clny City or uear our store we will 'deliver thegoods" m Jg If you happen to fall ou tho ico hold your peace. uud, get up and any what you said about ico last-sumor. M mmm V markets of the world, we uro willing to place it on the free list for tho benefit of our own peo pie." ' l'UUMSIlKP VKUV TIIUKSDAY. Tho metal bill bussed by the 81 a year or three Democrats makes reduction on Mibscription rates .all metal goods uveraging 85 per years in advance $2. cent., and places on the free list J- - 15. burgher, I'ulilisher. iron ore, nails, sewing machines, cash registers and many other mail matter. Entered as second-clns- s THE TIMES. Thursday Feb. 8, 1012. ULUB KATES. eunvenienee of our we hav- - arranged club rate vith the following papers at priees For tin- nub-criber- O''low mentioned Courier-Journ- al : The Times and " " " " ('lnciniiati Knquirer 1.10 00 Louisville Herald Home mid Farm I In nd Farmer 1.00 Aiiit'ricnn Fanner ' S nitlo r i AurnMilturist II. (Id Uncle due Uauuini. 'High Protection due," wanted to knov, when the Democratic metal was before the House, why such articles as sewim: machines led p iss. een placed on the free list, ih.tiruiiii Underwimd of tin Democratic Wins and .Means Oninmif tee. coiiiieniisly supplied file ex speaker u ii b the desired A iut'nriuatiiiii. m "We have placeil these articles on the free list for lie benefit of m the American people," said .Mr. m Underwood "The uncontested testimony shows that sewing mam chines are beiim sold tn the ricl and poor alike in this country fn; from $21 to $45 a machine, ami vet are belli-- laid down, freight paid, in the Orient for $8.75. m "We are not aii.nned to go to lift the American people and sa i that when an article is manufac- ma tured in this country so cheaph that it can compete in all the Mayor Uaynor, of New York, Nature comes in our favor oc- - stored to itn normal condition, hear forever; nine says that the cold is what is casioiially when we need help the ing will be forcing prices up. Well, if it most. It is that way with our cases out of ten are caused by Ca isn't the cold it's the heat, and roads. They are good now and tarrh, which is nothing but an inof the mucous sur the ultimate consumer gets it at have been so the greater part of Uanied condition both ends of tho thermometer. tho year so far. But how about faces it. when the roads thaw out later. We will uive Hue Hundred Dol Here we've been in the news-pap- Planning for Deafness (c.iUr- better roads in the lars for 'a ii V cumbusiness sixteen years cannot be cured future when we ran best build ed by'eatarrli) that without having once been point- them is all right, but. a little cul by HhIIV Catarrh due. Send for ed out by Col. Roosevelt as a fal .I' tH'les now beina sod by Amerture in determination and perse- circulars free ican manufactures cheaper to sifter. We feel sliuhted. verance until the roads are real- F. .1. CUKNEY Jh CO., Toledo, O. foreigners than home T5c. This is the season when the ized to tho very best of our adSold by Druggi.-t- x storage egg comes out of its hid- vantages is also of vital necesTake Hairy Family Fills The coal mining industry is ing looking ns innocent as a new sity. constipation. one line of hiisine-- s that practi born babe. Deafness Cannot be Cured cally escapes taxation in KenWell, the ground hog saw his by local applications, us they can tucky as the owners of leases are shadow and he is forcefully let- - not reach the diseased portion of not taxed on the leases and they ting Fresh, Rttltbtt. fur ih know of it ay to the ear There is only one Guaranlttd toPlesio cannot be taxed on the coal they KrerrOarrlenfrand cnre deafii'-ssand that, is by con ttia mine during the year except, aa9aVBBBSBBBBT Planter should totOllf mrir.nf t.tln 0 row n feeedn. aa. ivasasasasasasar Stittiti'MiHl remedies. Deafness is Northern what may be on hand September SPECIAL OFFER caused by an inflamed condition of 1st. A bill that should be puss FOR 10 CENTS wo will nd pnntpniil our the tnurous lining of the Eitstach ed has been introduced in the rflMmie; COLLECTION SO. inn Tube When this ttHe is in t pf "n Hi Tnmat. . . Senate taxing all coal mined one I pi I. Trlanil R.ll.b .10. an, pll.H.IMJr.h,ll.rr flamed you haven riiiuliimtr sound t F.rlt lrrw.k..d C.1ilr. . This bill if lie ton. cent . I ll,r( 1 Jl.rl.l felt... . IS. or imperfect hearing, and when it . txmrai OiTBL SOW It t t. Tarl.11.3 lliaim Flr Hd. made a law i only getting a tux lltSS. mSZ and other Infectious II.OO M is entirely closed, Deafnem is the about equal the state tax o i Ki&sZZrf Writ, indtvt S.rti W cnti if h.!r,T.y riW. mti. Cam andTllTUtl. "Fi.hii. Oc.ll.cnon. pscklnc nl rr"c!fi tlwi.l res'ult, and unless the inthtiuiaatinn In.triictlT. Il.rdn OaW with fur Strt her proper) . This seems ver l0n ol medicine. Sold by leading druggists. rtth.r ailFuVTNOltTIIKKN SKIIU CO. Circulars and Samples Free fair to us aim we hope to see 13S3 Kosp St. Itorkfonl. Illinois can he taken out and thi- - tube re- Bourbon ,miljr Company, LtiUffttStXr. er - fr SEEDS . 1 pfcff. .... ... ... 1 Oa th-b- ill ntw rh CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE siANK. , MILLS FLOUR After Christmas When the New Year Arrives it is the general custom to leave u oil" $ is an asset of real worth to any community and the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National is m The seeking your business. : Clay City National Bank. m m OPTR bd habits and acquire new and lietter ones. One of tho best to get and an easy one to retain, is the huhit of usini: Pearl Hour. You will find it the best you ever used. nn-thoroughly satisfactory for all purposes, and its use will soon become it custom. i 'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, -i m STAR SALE Ladies' Suits, Boys' Clothing, Skirts, Gloaks and Gapes Millinery. A great clearance of seasonable goods. Shoes. Underwear, Dress Goods. in every department. STAR BARGAINS ' A wonderful money-savin- g opportunity. STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1912, AND CONTINUES FOR 20 DAYS. money-savin- g i Notwithstanding the very low prices, every item included in the Star sale will be of strictly dependable quality. event for everybody. Every line in the store will contribute Star bargains. It will be a MRS. J. W WILLIAMS (3 THE N" TIMES. I'red Blackburn, member of Mrs. Mnttie Henry, of L. & E. the State Board ol Agriculture, Junction, visited relatives hero wns in Frankfort and Louisville this week. lust week. Almost Lost his Life. S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible exposure FOR THE WU.flAN WHO TftittKS n u Wc Won't Limp Now No more limping for Tom Moore A)V,A, BREVITIES. of Cochran, Ga. 'I bad a bad sore on my instep that nothing seemed Kcl). 8, 1012, I'UUKSIJAV to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve," ho writes, "but this won Mr. mill .Mrs. Emerson Coulee derful healer soon cured me.' of Li'Vot', visited relatives lien; Heals old, running sores. ulce:s, tli is week. bolls, burns, cuts, bruises, eezma T. M. XiMuck, of J.opr Lick or piles. Try it. Only S3 cents at ALL llO.MIv.MADK IWFKR Some women complain that they periodically suffer from dull and heavy (eel feelings which ingi, or dizziness in the head, nervousness, pain and bearing-dowshould not occur to the normal healthy woman. But most every woman is subject to these pains at some time in her life, due to abnormal conditions in life, such d strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, sluggish as corsets, liver, etc. A regulator and female tonie made from native medicinal roots with pure glycerin, and without the use of alcohol, called over-taxe- was in tliu city yesterday to pet all dealers. some pale bills printed. His airs Caroline Neal, widow of sale will take placer Feb. 20. the late Bill Neal, died at her By a vote of 5Ki to 0 the Ken homo in this city Thursdny after tricky Semite Tuesday passed the a lingeiing illness. Burial in the prison bill, which cemetery at this place Saturday, hUpurtisaii when it becomes a law, is expect She is survived by one daughter, e.l to take the prisons out of pol Miss Maggie Neal, and one son, it ics. Ed Neal. We are bavins another spell of The Star Sale at Mrs. Williams real winter weather. The ground since January 27th which was to is covered with snow, the river have run for 10 davs onlv has frozen over and the thermometer so tar been so successful that this goins: down to zero or below near sale will be continued for unoth ly every night. er len days. If you want to buv The approach to the bridge - at a saving for the next ten days cross the river at old Clay City oe sure and utteud this sale. has been put in shape to cross, Shocking Sounds though very unsatisfactory. The in the earh are souieiitnes heaid condition of the weather has before a terrible eaithquuke, that been such that the approach warn of the coming peril. NatureV could not be finished. warnings aie kind. That dull pain We .have a number of com or ache in the back warns you the plaints from subscribers livitif Kidneys need attention if you out of the county about not reg would escape those dangerous malnlarlv "etting their paper. The adies, Dropsy, Diabetes, or Bl ight's paper is mailed each week. That disease Take Electric Bitters at is all we can do. It is Uncle ence and 6ee dnckaehe fly and all your best feelings return. "My son Sam's business to deliver them. received great lisnefit from their Over at Richmond the other use for kidney and bladder trotid-le.- " day a small boy in attempting to writes Peter Bondy, South board a moving train slipped un- Uoekwood, Mieh. "It is certainlv a der the wheels and had a foot cut reat kidney medicine," Tt it. 50 oh" Some Clay City lads are li- cents at. all dealers. able to a similar accident if they don't quit playing the hobo on n- to a merciless storm. "Itgavome a dreadful cold." he writes, "that caused severe pains in my chest, so it was hard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave me seven.1 doses of Dr. King's New Discovery which brought great relief. The doctor said I was on the verge of pneumo nia, but to continue with the Dis covery. I did so and two bottles completely cured me." Use only this quick, safe, reliable medicine for coughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price 30c and SI 00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed dv all dealers. has proven its value In thousands DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION, of cases, like" the following: Mrs. Dona M. Martin, of Auburn. Nebr.. Route 1, Box 81 nsji: thought Iwould write you In rrirapl to what your mdirlnn have I dona for me. I have used them for thirty years for female troubl and general weakness with the very best result, and they havo saved ma hundreds of dollars In doctors' bills. I buy the ' Favorite Proscription ' and 'Gelden Medical Discovery ' and tako them together, I never was disappointed In your remedies and take pleasure In recommending; them to any suffering lady. 1 am now almost fifty years old : at forty-flv-o I took your medicines, both kinds, and I passed that period very easily and left mo fat and healthy. I feel like a young girl. If any lady cares to write me, I will eladly tell her mora about tho good work of your medicines." MsiMABTiK. Dr. Pierce's Great Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition of 1008 pages, am 'crs hosts of delicate questions which every w' jri mgt or married, ought to know. " nnv n W c. ss on receipt of 31 Sent free one-ce-s and mailing only. i Fruit and Shade Trees! Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. ORCHARD, Everything For LAWN and GARDEN. YOU. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST NO AGENTS. FREE CATALOG. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ky. B CAPITAL STOCK. SIOO.OOO ' fi 10 RLTKPL.US A.N I J UN- - Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Til 10 H U KY. ' Winchester Bank. h OK AVlNOIIHTKH. Winchester, - Ky. ) If. Hl'lIAH, Oasuiek. K YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED U freight trains while they are switching on the yard here. Blamed a Good Worker. 'I blamed my lienrt for severe dis tress in my lefi side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danville, Va . "Iut I know now it was indices tion, as l)r King's New Life Pills completely cured me." Best for ONE "irapey" down the throat of chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A drop In tho drinking watei V tf ir i ... ... FV ... ... DfiOP I J.P.riAUPPIN,! Watchmaker Jeweler. CURES and PrJZVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. r ,t, ,f ill rt "I" ti f t' "I it T J 'r V ill ifl ifl f ill ill if i TTTTi Stop! Look! Listen! stomach, liver and kidney trouble? constipation, headache or debility. 25u at all dealers. Hardwick & . Co.'s All Kinds of .Watch and Clock Repairing on ;Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACLine ot TION GUARANTEED. One 50c Bottle of Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Everv oonltry raiser should keep a bottle ol this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on Uisvases ot rowis." Aaaress, BOURBON REM EOT COUPANT, Fruit Trees Given Away. Bourbon Poultry Cure Fiftv apple trees, three and four years old given to each person who buys 50 appje trees, all to be well varieties named below. This offer is, open Until the as.-orte-d CLEARANCE SALE. S Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY. v UxIigtOD, lj. Call and see me In SOLD BY ATKINSON & L LE, STANTON, River Hotel Building, KY. 15th day of March, 1912. Nillikan Business School, KV. Terms ('ash. Those who come for trees must bring straw to pro BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, tect the hodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tin dovn with. Tfees ran be safely transplanted during the win-- ' This school has turned out linn, tVr season at any time when the dreds ot men and women who '.ground is open. Boys eoue see aresuccesses. Itwilltnake u success of voti. what I have for yon. SUM.MUIl APPKES: B.d Hernial, Earlv II trvest. Write for Catalogue. G. Sweet, Maiden Transparent, fi Blush, Red June. isr.u' FALL APPLES: N. Spv, R. Beauty, S. Beauty, U. Golden, Wolf Ulver. ssm SUCCEED I 'WINTER APPLES: Stayniun SPECIAL OFFER:wilt t ron Mulm, A trill 'UUmskt V.fUour termanant customer. WincStp. Common Wine Sups, Ben Prlrfi f ollerf.lon "uk, it nniw i ut. 1 Divis, Guuu, Stark. J. F. Winter, Um tout t f !., plmdi4 IMm, s bM vari. .lohiiathan, Smith Cider, Yellow OUAllANTED TO .la not, Milam, 0io;iKent, llussutt, Write 1 94ay;, Mentha this Paper. Black Twigg, Oieeiiville. . J,.-. -- LEXINGTON, If you want to save money, notice the cut pric es below that we are giving during this Sale. $2.50 Women'sTrimmed Hats half price We tell yon now, and pay best mtrket vvc lie ucaicra: ckiaDiisnea riiiT. tiiJ can do BUVTUK for you than agents or commission mer Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 "iill'i. Keicrcutxaany dsiik la J.OU- le. Write for weekly price lUt M. SABEL & SONS 31 -- Mou's Fleece Lined Undcrvveur, Kurments for Ilftc. liOu garments for 40c, SOo SEEDS im's i,. lr A 33 Hsrkit SL tOUItdUE. IT In FUHir. HI0E8- - Wnilt.V E. Men's tlS.AO nuits of clothes for $12. 50. 817.00 suit for 812.50 suits for .00. $8.00 11.50. 814.fi0 null for 8D.50. suits for 85.00. Hoys' suit at the same per cent. mit. Men's 81.00 corduroy pants ut 82.75, 83.25 eorduroy pants at .$2.25. 50o per yard Drep r.ioiIk, price 81.25 per yard at 80c, 75c per yard at 53o, at 35c, 27c per yard at lfto, 25c per yard at 18, 15c lOo, 10c tiiig.l.i 11 HOME NURSERIES, J. U. ADAM'S Proprietor, k. f. u. No. 3 Richmond, Nursery at Waco, Ky, PI one Waco 7-- $END 10 CENTSwmlniMA J! tki t iMtl atf mmAa lukllnil MtolsLi kMi fasnLhtf kil Pktt with ml Ui V HmL Ml Ky. FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k Is the beat medicUe ever sold over a druggist's counter. Succeed when everythlog else fails. In nervous prottiatlon and female wesJcnesMc thex ,ro Ue supremo rased, thouMeds Jmvo taatified. Bittt u per yard nt ut 17.50. per yard ut 7.1c. Standard Sewing Machines, price $30.00 ut 22.50, 25.f .0 HardwicJk & Co., Stanton. ByineB, W. EASIL't MADE SPRING HINGE Al Jr 1 Stanton lot Dunauny Willis 100 a adjoin- .M Where Double Door It Desired Method Shown In Illustration Will Be of Value. Whero a spring hinge Is desired for a double awing door, the method two ordinary hinges to cit putting i;cther an shown in the Illustration, will ho of vniue To make the upper and lower hinges two pairs of spring 101 hinges are used, as employed hanging screen doors, these are r vet ed together with the springs on oppo ing Win. Nenl iSilhcrt I.uni 5 a adjoining B I'h.irp, 4 Mutton, Alex 24 adj R Martin 3 Intton, J II 100 h ntlj T Ross 8 Hatton Geo , B. adj. Tim , Haiton hitlnuce Hanks, .lohn 15 a adj. Warn 2 Martin Jones, T. C. 100 u adj. Cliff 1 ft (5 .Martin lolinsmi. Zelda 100 n adjoins 2 Jiunes Miti'iin LaitiliW in. B nilj FU illoughby 4 1 Liiriso. Jertlio. n ndj. Mcintosh. U.(3('livCy lots 4 MnrtinWeed Toaadj .IF.Martino ,Mclntoh. Suda, 50 a 'Mijoins Spr ..y Hinge. 2 Tilda Willmighby site sides, or back to back, as IllusNolaml, John, B. adj. V H. trated. The rivets must be flush with 0 Xolaml the faco of the middle section. The door can be mortised so that the mid- Powell, Richurd, 50 a adj. Jan. dle section of hinge will set into same, 4 Hodge, as must be done with any Richardson, . J. M, 1 Stanton lot 4 spring hinge. ThurpWui. 150a adj G Caudell 1) Watkins, Tilda, 10t)a adjoins If your horse is troubled with In 1 Sudie Grooines digestion have the animal clipped and its teeth attended to by a veterin- CainbrellGrten 100 adj XV C. double-nwing Wootcii Precinct No. 3. Until recent years the 'poultry business, especially on the farms, was of Anderson. Levi, 02 a adjoins Hal. John Ingram so little importance that not much attention was paid to It Precinct No. 4. arian G 1 JiitiU'B,Lutlit:r75ii adj II Morton 5 losic. Meadows, E J, 50a adj. Melvin 4 Morton Morton, Moses, 1500 a adjoins (! G. A. Crahtree FOR Ration Maggie 100a dj CCLane3 Sons, Abe. B,., adj Jus. Sons 3 Towngend. Win , 100a adjoins 5 Din Townsend A Sheriff Powell County, I will Townsend JF, 5a ndj.WniRice 8 on MoikIhv. the 4th lnv of March, Wright John 7u adj WS Wasson 2 lfll'-'onrt ll"iie dour in yat th Precinct No. 5. K- ntucky. Stunt-in- . heUveen the Bellis.I.T, N. It. 1 Clay Cy lot hours of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 Daniel, C F., 3 Clay City lots 4 o'clock p. in. cell to the highest Gravitt. Allen, (iAa adj. Jeff. 3 MeKinncy and best bidder for canli, the folpo MuncyRobt 4a adj J W Woolery 3 lowing dt scribed property or much thereof a8 may bo necessary Neal. Caroline, 3 Clay City lots 4 Kidd J S. B to nHtNfv the taxes due thereon for Triimbo Heirs, 2A 1. the year 1!)11 Sale to cover penal ffl T. C." II ALL, S. ty, intevet-- t and costs. city. Hampton, David, Mis Fining Mntintz, of tliip P. Johnson list (iOa adjoins 4 I'tiH'rt'il Stnnton Col Sheriff's Sale TAXES. - i It ia a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the 03 By the use of drain tile you can low, wet, uueleps, swam wrong one given ycu. For this 50 turn that pv Kleld Ihto the most productive in buying to reason vo urjc spot on your farm. Good tile, be careful to get the genuine W hark 3 87 properly placed, not only carries oft' Heed. Noah Jr. 02a adj. Dock surplus water, it admits air to the 0.50 oil and makes it easv to work. BUck-DrmigH- T Barnes StrangeDati Gu ndj Jas. Strange 3 05 It improves any soil. Tho lncrence Liver Medicine auisJ II. N It 40a adj I) Barnutt 1 29 in the value of the Intul is many titiif the cost of the tile The first The reputation of this old, reliaPrecinct No. 7. ble medicine, fcr constipation, inyear's crop from tiled land pays HeltoiiRnhtnOu ndjl Townsend 3 82 for it. Any bodv can do the work digestion and liver 3 firmly established. It docs not imitate Ivnnx Carl 00a adj Sidjvnox 5 21 successfully. Write for particuother medicir.es. It is better than r ci'll at 0111 plant. dcKnalih.l.iM. 2a adj K.'tJ. Co. 4 02 lar others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger ilkers-.DM B adjandlick 12 83 Red Brick & Tile sale than all others combined. No. 8. Precinct. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Company, hlo, W H , 1 S4tant,.n lot G 14 EXEX . KENTUCKY. Kriend S'dnev, B adjOva Knox 3 03 TANTON. b'lazier, Mrv. 116 a adjoins I .l.ihii'son, 1 42 SU(TORY OF L. & E. TlflE Howell Ed. N. R. B adj. Jas. West-Bounl. EHVctive May 2S, 1S)II. 2 50 Howell No. :i, No. 2, No. 4, Howell Louis Sr. 20 11 adj No. 1, . , 3 29 Daily. P. Howell D"ily. Daily. Dailv Harrip Ben 75 a adj John Ashley 3 G2 P. M. A. M. . P. M. A. M. Mcintosh Josepli N. II 75 a 5::',:) 8:50 Lexington, 7:20 2 5(i adj Weed Tipton 4:50 S:0;$ 8:05 ' 2:17 A'inchester, UtbertP Wm 35 it ndj Wni. 4:37 2:155 L. & E. Junction, 7:51 8:18 3 94 2:1!) Baker 7 ::i7' 8::S2 Indian Fields', ,4:22 S:5() 7:1!) 4:05 Spencer I) C B. adj Ira Profitt G 50 3:05 CLaY CUT, 'o:5( !):00 7:10 :i:15 Stanton, Assessed by Supervisors ' !):i"5 3:51 7n"05 Pvosslyn. 3:21 Precinct No. 5. .(i:.r9 !):12 3:45 3:28 Filson, I Clay Anderson Richard (i :43 3:30 Cnmptnt. .Innctlon, 3:47 0:27 7 80 City lot 3:25 0:40 3:52 Natural Brirtue. 9:32 1 20 Curtis Nannie 100 a !):44 3:12 t5:25 4:04 Torrent. Rens Pattdn 3 19 4:25 Ross Heirs IJa.lj (i:03 2:51 10:114 Beativville Jet. " 5:1!) 1:57 1 29 O. A; K. Junciion. 10:57 5:10 Walters Angeline 15 a 1:50 5:25 5:05 ll:i5 Jackson, Colored List. ' . 1:25 11:25 Qtiicksmd, Anderon H. II 5 a adj Sam 4 11 Golf CONDUCTION'S. Abbott Heiis 3 a adj Willis LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make conhertinn at Lcxiimton wit 1 04 Ividd the It. Ss. ur T.ouis-villK. No. 3 will make connectio 1 with the j. Si N. at l.exini;t'tn for Cincinnati O Cooper John 1 a adj eh, lot 3 02 CAMP TON JUNCTION: Trains No. 1. 2. 3 and 4. will make ct. c (.'oxe Mill. Ga adj IV. S. neetion wni, Mniiiitiiiii Central Uailwin to anil from Cantpton 3 92 Roberts Train- - No-- . I. 2 ami 3 will inuke Howard Davis55aadjMorehead 5 55 BKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: with the " cfe A. Itailwav for I'.eatty ville. Gatewood AllaeeJTi a adj V. " Nop. 2. 3 m r" 4 will male com Trtii-- p 4 35 O. & K. JUNCTION: II. Kidd tion with Ohio & Kentucky Rnilwuy or Cwnnel ( itj-Ky. 1111 1 Garrett Sanford 8 a adj J. M. O & K. -- tations. 5 21 Kennon, tf OHAS. SCOTT; Gen'l PaFfenper Alien ' Hustiu Heirs B adj. P Johnson 4 57 Neal, Ed., 3 Clay City lots 84 I'racy. Alga, 1 Clny City lot a Walters, Boss, 330 a adjoins J. 7 W. Fr..zler No. 6. Precinct lolmes Heirs 25a adj V F Wise 1 G W Chirk G Jackson WL 2oa-ad- j McKiiinev Heirs, 205 a adj. G 78 05 03 Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. Very Serious River . TLE. Kast-Boiim- U'' I. , 4 57 R Precinct No. i. Baker, W M, . 2(5 icres, adjoin$ ing Albert Kiister, Brener. J. M. N. R. n2 a X It 35 u adDa upon, .1 l 15. 1" 2!l ?:j 5r, 92 2S 1 INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEDSTER Tho Only New unabridged dic- tionury in many yar.rs. Cod tains tho jilih and essence of an authoritativo library. Covor3 every field of knowl. odgo. An Encyclov "dia iu a singlj book. Tho Only Diotionr ttli tho New Divided Puc. 2700 Pages. 400.CC0 "Words. CJCOIlIustracicns. Cost nearly h.lf a ir.:iIio dollars. Lot U3 tell yc j r."j3uS this most n Irrlt' rt r" MTnfl, -- v WEBSTER'S NEW 0? C. OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE joining .loh.. I'igg JO Daniel, B S., B. 2 Everinan, Sarah 50.1 a.ljoining 1 I). B. Iliulson Kvermnn. Uichiii(t45 a adjniti- 1 Joh Taylor Ilenslev, Fulton 10h "djotiiinir - Not Simply Trade Marks Anvnne (tenrttnff qulolclr tucerlatii our ueinlim froo nlipilier an litTCimnti 19 pmlinlily prHeiitiililn. Conimlinlcti. I lmumtrlcllrrniiililoiitl.il. HANDBOOK onPMcnts Hunt free. OMast oi:eiirr foraeciirlnpatetitM. 1'atciits taken thrmiuli tluun. & Co. rucvlre jirctal nulla, without chorgo, lu tbe rtnndtomelr lllnntrntpil ... iliitlim of niir i Uraucb a Car but Car Servk Jf'" "j "Y,;". . CopvnicHTS Ac. n nkol rh mill dnrrfntlnn mn ESI0N3 Tom B'ikei4 00 King, W M 100 a adjoining 1 53 Snow Creek Rich, J. M 22A a. 3 05 Houndtree. M. M. Daniel, R. , . B. Pre;inct Blackburn, Robt., lots, 12 n No. a. 2 Stanton 10 (5 5 21 I . ,!UNN&Co.30,n",d O" wreVlr. I.nret rlr. 'ml. 'I crnn, IU 'iin (our moutlia, H. Suiakyull neirtdenlcrK. "bluutan, Scientific Kr.icilcaii Now Is the time of yrar when you'are bo- In tho MARATHON you cM a1' thla. tr. IhlnV nt thn rn. vntt Intnrl Fc. Cuvlno. Bnt don't accept ourmcroEtnU-meut- . Kemember, when you bur, that the abso- - we can convmcu you 01 its vtuiu. lnte limit of dollar tor dollar return Is retched In cars selling under 12,000. When Yj, h.aJ.e B..P..a'Ti?.Y5LcS yon nay more, your returns are not In pro- "'X' flnlxh and dcpendablu portion 10 yonr investment. the MAItATUON. When you buy, buy not simply a car, bnt car service. Buy correct design, accurAnd it's yours for tho asking. ate construction and Kod materials. Buy sound motor car value. Won't you ask for ttt MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Tourlnu car. tanaara louring car ana itooasier, ana iorpcuo Roadster. Prices Iroin Write for sample New York h. C SOUTHERN MOTOR $100 to 81,700. WORKS, Nashville, Terni mw. full rulr. ticulars, eto. 1G PUBLIC SALE OF Kama this piper and we will Bend free a f et of rocket Maps Fine Blue Grass Farm. I will offei at pulilic sale my farm coiihipting of 2o:i ncrep pituated IIA miles eaii of linrin. Ivy., on C & C. Merriim Co. i! j Are You a Woman 9 I 8 S mm SprlngUeld. Mas.Sf Wednesday, Feb. 21, '12, at I o'clock. This is mini, ml grain and 'lock farm. 11)11 crop hemp, tobacco, wheat corn. 2 large to oacco burn and all necessnrv iui-- i rovenients Well watered and one naif mile fioni churcli and tdiool. On account of my heavy profe. (mil duties I have decided to sell i l.i- farm. iVrms, one. Imii cikIi buhinco to suit purchaser given at. once, Dr F. i Gutterv IVs-et-r-in- i) TAKE piuup., uUalneJ in oil fountrlrs OR No ril. , cavnls Hna copjriulm jniDi-MARKl. bkelcli, WwIpI or I'liolo. lor 1 inis in MHliii for InralnsM book lilrli ours will .ay. Mow lo ire- - h lutrtlier. i B. PATENT LAWYERS. 1303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & GO. D. C. ARDUI : AND MAESET HIDEf DI0UEST PHICl FAI0 FOB RAw FUBS AND I1IDE3. WoolCommbslon. VTrttatot prico4tet mentlonlsir this The Woman's Tonic i JOHN WHITE t CO.. BSTABLISHSD Looxaviic. R 1037 li