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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 15, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912021501_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 15, 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 Sl.DO ;i Year in Atlviinci. Wc m here to help Clay (lity.jthc SarrocnJing Country ao i Ourselves. .1. fi. IJnrnhcr, Publisher. YO.. XV IT. OKAY (1TTY. KY., TJlUJiSDAY FEBRUARY Jo 1912. NO. 7 SPECIAL STANTON COLLEGE w ANNOUNCEMENT MAKEfe I EXTRAORDINARY Rev. OFFER. tin- - and Stanton Coflege together better the College Management makes the following Very Liberal Offer: enrolling before or during the month of February tnnd paying Tuiton in advance, the very low rate of $5.00 for the remainder of To any New Students School year of Four Months will be allowed. This offer is good only until February 24, 191 2. In order to bring the Young People of Powell County and Vicinity J. G. HANL.BY, President, Stanton, Ky. Pension Bill Passed. out by a school in Kentucky. A group of college students Clay City is fortunate in being will invade Clay City next week picked as the first town visited. coming from Winchester. The The team will tell something of men are students in Kentucky this big movement on Thursday Wesleyan College and come here night. for the purpose of holding a seThe men who compose the team ries of religious meetings, begin- are athletes and stars in various ning on Thursday, Feb. 22. The line of sport. All of them are students are live and enthusias- prominent in college and are the tic and the people of Clay City leaders in the student activities. are assn'red of an inspiring series Those who will be here are M. E. of addresses from these men. Eagle, W. II. Moore, James 0um-minTheir program consists of meet J. 0. Cauuou, and A. R. ings, at which the men will give Miller. Mr. L. M. Terrill, the short talks, visits to the homes State College Secretary of the Y. ana calls on a good many people M. C. A., will also be with the of the town. It is said that the team. This is as line a group of college men would enjoy an ath- men as could lie found in Kenletic contest if it can be arranged. tucky, ill active and energetic The attention of men and bovs and it is certain that there will of the town is especially called be something doing in town next to the visits of these students. week. Besides being speakers, They can show a few things that it is said that the men are fine which will add to their are surprising, and without doubt sinners, attactiveness. their visit will be one of the C. E. Lyddane, editor of tlie gest things that will come to the College Men Coming. g, AGRICULTURAL extension. Inquiries aft, to the cause and nature of a 'peculiar disease in cattle, hordes niul mules from different localities in the state have been ut the experiment station. The Elected animals at these different' places present the same general symptoms, with slight, variations which might1 be expected. The disease appears only when houses and mules are fed on grain or roughage which reci-ived has become overgrown with mold, either irithe pastuie or the "barn. An outbuilding feature in every outbreak is that theull'ect- ed animals have had access to unwholesome feed either while at pasture or in ,tho stable. The corn may appear sound, but on close examination it is found to be affected with a mold. Vuri-ou- s microorganisms have been found to be associated with the disease, but the toxins produced Groups of town this spring college men in other states have for several years made trips of this sort during their holiday? for the purpose of holding religious meeting in the smaller towns. The men call themselves a "Gospel Team", a name thut has been adopted in northern schools. Several hundred men each year go out from the college of Iowa, Illinois and Ohio on these "Gospel Teams" but this is the first team ever sent inby the mold, Winchester Democrat for the to the stomachivtvthe alliinai propast 27 years, has severed his duce death. Serious disease has with that paper, lie has long been known to result in anmade the Democrat one of the imals from nmuj feeds, as un A great fertilizer, and a hardy, best local papers and it is with clean or damaged fodder, unclean vigorous fomge plant for hay and regrets that the brethren of the water, musty hay, moldiMi corn, 'i grow in any kind of pasture. press givo him up from the field. Can soil, even very rocky places. decomposed potatoes, etc. lie sown without plowing in winter Robert Graham, D. V. M. The forage poisoning Emerson Coulee, of Montgomrl sprint;. Circular and prices m ill Hop among horses, mules and cows is Veterinarian Ky. Exp Station. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. ery countv, has rented the kins farm of J. B. Eaton and is a disease, this week moving there. Mr. wt.ich belongs to a group of poisoning and is proCoulee is an enterprising citizen whom we extend a most hear- duced only when feed contamito ty welconit back to ourccunty. nated by molds is eaten. Horses arc more susceptible than mules, & though not invariably. The disease is characterized by symptoms which are referable to a Ky. (disturbance in the nervous system, the mortality runs very high and but few well developed cases recover. Sucking foals do not We curry a full line of General Merchandise and contract the disease. In the sumo Juft received from the city which combines outbreak tho disease may mani are selling the goods to our large trade in one of three forms, fest itself and they tell us they are and abortive acute, the newest styles and lowest prices. and is referred to under tho term crytogamic poisoning, foruge poisoning, enzootic cerebritis, cercbro-spinameningitis, l grass staggers, choking distemper, blind stag$500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to gers, putrid sore throat, etc. Tho present season is especially favfirft coft in order to get room for new goods If you are not You can do the same thing. orable to tho production of this 'disease, as a dry season, followalready one of our many pleased customers, coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of ed by rains, is favorable to the corao round rome day und give our place a development of vegetable poisons look through and let us price you some of our on tho grass and fodder, which consumed in largo quantities, regoods.They willopenyouroyeetoan opportunity. fatally. Tho acute type is sult Here's your opportunity to save some characterized by the abruptness of its appearance with grave general disturbances, which immeFirst come, first served. money. diately manifest themselves. Tho animal may succumb in one night. There is sometimes vioover telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live lent trembling and twisting of the muscles over the entire body, in Cluy City or near our store wo will "deliver thegoodb'' producing irregular una uncertain gait. Sometimes tho animal walks in a circle. Tlio gait is; con-nectio- n weak and unsteady. The pharynx is either partially or completely paralyzed. The tongue is paralyzed and protudes from the mouth, and saliva falls in streams from the lips. The pupil is diand as a rule, the conjucti-avlated is congested. The pulse is variable and may be very rapid and hard, or scarcely perceptible. Respiration is hurried and jerky. The temperature may be highly elevated, which indicates a resistance of the animal to the disl ease, and becoming it indicates approaching death The sub acute cases are slower in their development and the symptoms iire not so violent, while in the abortive cases there are no well marked constitutional symptoms, and improvement usually hikes place on the third or fourth day. There is no known means of artificial protection and the disease will recur if the animals are again allowed access to spoiled feed. It would bo well, therefore, to investigate the condition of the corn and roughage, and to feed sparingly or not at all, in order to protect against further loss from this trouble. sub-norma- The State Senate has passed i bill providing a pension of ton dollars a month for disabled an. tin-bill- I indigent Confederate soldier. . There was not a vote anainst Senator Biggerstah", the Re publican Senator from Warren, suid that at one time he woul.1 never have voted a dollar to pen sion Confederate soldiers, bn' the years had caused all his bitterness to vanish and he hoped this bill would pass unanimously, no matter how much it cost, as the men to be benefitted by tin-bil- a l were bravo men who fought for what they believed wa right. The committee amendment providing that no widow of a soldier who married the soldier since 181)0 shall be entitled to a pension was passed. Joe Clark left Tuesday to tend Berea College. at- - SWEET CLOVER V I n ic WALDRON JOHNSON New Fall Millinery Waltersville, sub-acut- e SHOES AT FIRST COST epi-soot- ic leuco-encophaliti- Saving Money. HATS and CAPS. Send Us Your Orders SHIMFESSEL'S. THE TIMES. runusiiKi- vkuy thuksday. Subscription rates SI a year or throe years in advance $2. .! 15. Hurghcr, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered as mail matter. Thursday, Feb. 15, lOlS CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices sub-eriber- s, below mentioned : Tne Times un Courier-Journ- al 1.00 uieinnati Knquirer ,1.10 ' Louisville Herald 90 It is no bosiness'of ours to ad' Home and Farm 75 derstand it." vise the Republicans, but if they " I'hkI Farmer 1.00 In view of the innovations now do not wanfth i1 lonel in run it American Fanner !)(! it proposed of government owner- they' will le fools lo offer him ship and operation of the expi-sthe nomination in lieexpect ation of Missouri .Jo- telegraph and telephone busi- that he wi deein . seph W. ol defines his idea of ness, etc., Deuiorr.il le leaders Democracy in these word.;: Sartorial note I. a lies' hats are pointing out t ii.it the pint form then declared in tavm of next season will be high. I'oeket-book- s . "Demi is a religion ; the will be Hat, as usual. re.iyion oroiherhood unions ellii'ient regulations of such u il- men and 'equal rights for all. f is a re i. m 'hat would de- t 'lie Golden Rule niaiiil linn a.iil less ,f rule of gold in A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK gj g 'Vornnn' hhi in our daily lives. Ii not array class m ihi against c .i would protect m .v havinu the nuhis m each is an asset of real worth to any community and of the ::ther. m m he opportunity to do business with such a Bank I. would .r Ptack wealth lion- m 8& & CVtiy acq e hut would wnje should appeal to a good business man. The u lemliui: .. .11: inst the privi- - m m Clay City National is seeking your business. l es tliu ooduf tainted riches m one i . ..ml undeserving m vert l i. other side. It m would p .. rights. h it woul uizethe fact that p ipert rights are best protect-0..- 1 1 s I I -i i i hat' men, but the evil that men do. It would seek as a remedy for existing evils, not less government for the people, but more government by the people. It would place conscience above cunning, and the public good private greed. It would not oiler a man an advantage in the shape of u subsidy, or bounty, or protective tariff, enabling him to make money ut the expense of his fcllowmeu, but.it would assure him that it would give no one else such u special privilege over him. It would guarantee to all an equal opportunity to live and labor and enjoy the gains of honest toil. "This is Deinocr.ey as 1 un- ities, but not in favor of Govern-men- t Congress spent $1)0,000 worth ownership of the same. of time discussing a bill to appro, The historic position of the Dem- priato $15,000. Talk is no longer ocratic party, it is recalled, is cheap. that public expenditures shall be Deafness Cannot be Cured limited to the needs of governby local appiii'iitioiis, as thev canment economically administered. Republican members of promi- not reach tin ui.eaed portion of nence declare that in this atti- the ear. Tie ie i only one way to tude there is little or no differ- cue deafnoss. and that, is by remedies. Deafness is ence between those who follow e 'caused by un inflamed condition of the principles of Lincoln. ' e the mucous lining of the Eustach Republicans as well us hen this tube is Democrats, not imbued with ian Tube you have a rumbling sound principles are now Socialistic and when it sometimes predict n g that, with- or imperfect is entirely closed. I)enl'ne. is the in a surprisingly lew years, they will be found shoulder to shoul- result, and unless the infl.i'nmation can he taken out and tlii tube re- der fighting Snein i nl Ftored to its normal condition, hear ing will be dttroyed forever: nine. cases out of ten arc caused by ( which it. nothing but an inflamed condition of the mueoiw Mir-fae- es. Old-lin- old-lin- We will give One Hundred Hollars for any cae t.f DeaTi'ess (imu-- ed by cataith) tbatennnoi been nil by Hall's l aiairh Cine. Semi for eircub.rs free. Toledo, O. F. .1. CIIKXKY fc Sold by Hrnggists 7.V. '.. 'fake Hall' constipation. Family liH" "' -- I res' . tinl. ill1: rt Cufliai'.tned !or..itc n1 I'laht'Tthimiil .S'nrtV'llOruHil .til. lions ol medicine. urcuiats and samples rTee I Bourbon Itemedy Company, LexuftMXr. and other Infectious eases. CtNf nd .fiUehottlA makes 19 al. Sold by leading dniggiiti. himtl dif r Mil onil piMlpuiil oiir FKMOLIS COLLECTION 'i'" t stt.Mrbr f llil.li . . . 1 all. Maim , . . r. 1 plir.8IM;ror!fxtl'rr t pita. Fjirtr .trr...M lln.- . . . . .IS' !0 1 tmltorfH'U..WlU.r-- t. Mrll . . -- yen Wrilatmliyl packing unt.. It ettber with out 1313 4 t. lIJrllli. Onl.S-- t- .... - SPECIAL OFFER 10 ccmts j .. -- ORKAT NOIITIIKIIN SIIIMI ltockforrt. lltlmo limn bt. !nliv I. t t rtw- - m1 'Tal khi IV'tetliwi llirtf.ti !l,00 ti' MILLS FLOUR When the New Year Arrives to leave oil' it is the genen u'l b id habits .intl.ietpiire new and ol the best to get. liett- -r tmes. to retain, is the and an eaxy Pearl Hour. You hi. bit of umii will find it tb iest ou ever used, all mil thorough!- - citisraetory it- - use will mini purposes, and . ea-to- m After Christmas fr be-em- ih Clay City National Bank. u custou by preserving inviolate the p iblu: rights. It would not com- - Mfg'd by 'J. DREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. m s Ml IPS m, STAR SALE Ladies9 Suits, i 8S Boys' GlothinS? Skints, Gloaks and Gapes Millinery. great clearance of seasonable goods. Shoes. Underwear, Dress Goods. in every department. tip 0 !A STAR b JGAINS on tortunitv. A wonderful money-savin- g m STARTS SATURDAY gj ' , JANUARY 27th, 1912, FOR 20 DAYS. AND CONTINUES s JNotwitnstandiM: rVfi the very low prices, every item induced 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 monev-savm- e: tj 9 I MRS. J W WILLIAMS. I ! THE TIMES. , Monthly wnsLiiicolii's biilluluv nntoil litix- (or iikui, has moved from Win-- j anil wns observed Ity the school cluster to Iiis t'arni nuar tliis, in this city. 15. L. I! ni nor, I lie tio ONE city. Wc Won't Limp Now. No more limping for Tom Moore LO0A.lv BRKViTIES. of Cochran, Ga. "I had a bad sore (tn my instep that nothing seemed Ft' It. I", HU2. THURSDAY to help till I used Huekleii's Arnica Salve,'' he writes, "but tills won-derf.Mrs. A T. Wliilt. is visiting healer soon cured me." relatives ut Morelicud. Heals old, running sores, ulcers, Miss (line.' Sliiinfcppcl. who boils, burns, cuts, bruises, ec.t nia has Itci'ii sittoudimi collcgu at or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at AN ALL IIO.MH-MADIC 1'APKU Lexinuloii, lias returned home. all dealers. Mrs! p Lennie Crow continues The Times has printed more sail' hills since the first of the very low witli occasional indh'a-tion- this quick, safe, reliable medicine of iniprvements generally for coughs, colds, or any throat or year tliuii ever before in t lie same followed by un immediate length of time. lung trouble. Price ,iOc and 81 00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed oy Miss Alice Eaton is visiting all dealers. her sister, Mrs. C. W. Duncan, The infant child of Marion at White Sulphur Springs, V. McKinuey, of 'Lexington, was Ya. brought here last Wednesday and taken to Spout Spring for David IJormnan, for years a burial. leadiim merchant of Irvine, died last week at. Olarwater, Fla. agO. J. Blount, aged 1(5 years Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. ed 00 years. died at his home in this city Eeb Everything For Tuesday was St. Valentine's ruary JJni. Funeral by Eld. J. T ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. Turpin and burial in the cemeteday. To see the young people ut OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. postofli(ie was the only reminder ry the 5th. if the occasion in Clay Oity. Shocking Sounds Almost Lost his Life. S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible exposure to n merciless storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold." he writes, "that caused severe pains in my chest, en it was hard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave nic scven.l doses of Dr. King's New Discovery which brought great relief. The doctor said I was on the verge of pneumonia, but to continue with the DisI did so and two bottles covery. completely cured me." Use only The celcbrate'd Dr. Ahernethy of London xa firmly of the opinion tlmt ilisor dersot the stomach were the mint rirnliiie source of human ailments in general. A recent medical writer says: "every 'colinl, emotion and affection reports at the stomach (through the system of nerves) anil th! stomach is affected accordingly. ' ' ." He continues, " so wo may hi It is ;ho vital ccnicr of the body said to live (throitrji) the stomach." He goes on to show that the stomach L the vital center of thn body. For weak stotruclii end the consequent indigestion or dyspepsia, nnd the multitude of various diseases which result therefrom, no medicine can he better suited as a curative ngent than STRtUcR THAN HIS STOMACH. ' Ut: Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. s if: ' ' Jta. Iti'r::rM. f "Several mnnthsnvol siiflornl from asovnro pain rl(?h limler lite lireasMHine," writes Mux. O. 31. Muukiiv, of Corona. Calif. "Hail suffered from it, off and on, for sov. did not know I nbo snlTcrcd from heart-bureral year-medicines with whatuan tlio matterpoml. mo. I tried several It was my I was told but thev'illd me no did not dure to eat. as It made mh worse. Whenllvrr. I ever I swallowed ntiythlnir It seemed that 1 would faint It Imrt. in. 1 I'rnw vi rv thin nnd weak from not eatlmr. U.T told to t.".lo !)r. I'ler'rc's (inldrn Medical Discovery. I too! gpttliic bitter from feel my.-efio l otil-- s of It.I and could n little without nalti and crev n tint ilo!. could eat I am strom? nnd well and can do a strong fits.. and have put o: day's work with cae. Can eateve-vtli-.e- T e .i I will av to : wrlto to JUr llesh wonderfully. i'luree. " has nv mr'. lf To-da- y hi-)! ' ) Fruit and Shade Trees! When in Need of 3 ) Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ) ) s o) ) ) NO AGENTS. PREE CATALOG. Lennie Orow, who moved here lief oit! it terrible eaithquake, that fr.mi Jackson a few weeks ago, warn of the coming peril. Nature's has been engaged as operator warnings are kind. Thitt dull pain anil assistant depot anent in the or ache in the Imck warns you the local office of the L. & E. Kidnes need attention if yiu E. Martin, of Spout Sprint, would escape those dangerous mal will have a public sale at his adies, Dropsv, Diabetes, orliright's Thursday, February 22. disease Take Electric Hitters at Mr. Martin has rented and will ence and see dackache fly and all move ro a farm in Fayette conn your best feelings return. "M.v received great liMiefit from their tv. ue for kidney and bladder troud-le.- " J. H. Burgher, who has been writes Peter Bmnlv, South in declinini: health for some days, Hock wood, Mich. "It is certainly a was Monday taken to the Good great kidney medicine." Tt it. 50 Samaritan Hospital at Leximrton. cents at. all dealers. Mr. "Burgher has never been stronir siiu-- he recovered from r the operation he underwent at Lexington last September. res-idene ' i i ii in the ear'h are so.iiieniiies heaid H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Cooking or Heating Stoves, .i o) o) ) Go to or Write 'i W ' e) ) CAP! PAL STOCK, SjilOO.OOO ;! V. SUHPLUSA.NIIU.N- UIVIDUIl PKOl'lTS. liOO.OOO Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broad wav, e) ) ) r) e) ) rg Winciiestku Bank, OF" ill li j 2 WlNClITEU. KY. " e) a W. It. Sl'UAII, . Winchester, - Ky. I ) S YOUK ACClTWTfe bOtilGITKU A. . yj CM 'III1'1"'!'" Blamed a Good Worker. bliimwl my heart for severe dis"I tress in my left wide for two years," u., writes V. Evans, Danville, I know now it was indiges"bet tion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cured nie." Best for 4 WB'ii , ilo dlarrh-oat other chick , ;ONE mrs U.p.riAUPPiNj Watchmaker Jeweler. Stop! Look! Listen! down the throat of a "capes'" Mcken destroys the worms 1 save tlio chtcYs life. A Imp In the drinking wntei stomach, liver and kidney troubles constipation, headache or debility. 25u at all dealers. CURES end "VENTS GAPES ,c?;5!.-.- roup, cholcw diseases. Hardwick & Co.'s All Kinds of Watch and Clock COc D0CU2 of Fruit Trees Given Away. Fiftv apple trees, three and four years old given to each person who buys 50 apple trees, all to be well assorted varieties named below. This offer is open until the BoiirboiiFouItryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. nvery poultry miser shoiildtoep a bottle ol thU m.iliciuo on hand Wrlt.i for free sample ami Uookiut on "Discuses of Fowls." AdJress. BOUBBOX BEHEOT Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC Line of HON GUARANTEED. CLEARANCE SALE. Ifyou want to save money, notice the cut pric- es below ; Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles, t' v the Red COHPMY, Leilngtoa. BV Ky. Call and see me In SOLD River Hotel Building, ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KY. lilt 15th day of March, 1912. flillikan Business School, LEXINUTON, KY. HsM that we are giving1 during this Sale. Terms Cash. Those who come for trees must bring straw to proBOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, tect the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tie down with. Trees can be safely transplanted during the win- Tin's Foliool has turned out hunter season at any time when the dreds of men and women who Boys come see ground is open. Hre8ucce8se8. It will make u success of you. what I have for yon. SUMMER APPEES: Red Early Harvest, Bewwid, Write for Catalogue. G. Sweet, Maiden Transparent, Blush, Bed June. FALL APPLES : N. Spy, II. lieatity, S. Beauty, G. Golden, Wolf River. Micaee's skm succceo i Staymun WINTER APPLES: SPECIAL OFFER:Willi Nsir Battntu. Atrial "WineS.ip, Common Wine Saps, Ben 'iUimuU katMour permaau( customer. you Prize Collection h''tji.i-- l Davis, Gano, Stark. J. F. Winter, TUl. Yellow IUUk AnMt Tanlr. t SpUnClJ O.U., s Ul ail. fc.lk.Tailcll.S In I Um W IfrlM.S.w.rl.t Johnathan, Jaiith Cider, UCAKAMTKEB TO 1'i.tASC Milam, Opolasceut, Uussutt, Write .lunet, i Mutton thlt Pattr. Mlaok Twigg, Greenville. 3 Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 $2.50 Women'sTrimmed Hats half price We tell vou bow. and oav best market wc are ueaiers: CMiaDiisnea fwicci. andean do BUTT11K for you than ageuta or commission merchants. References any bank In Louisville. Write (or weekly price list. i jj M. SAMEL & SONS Men's Fleece Lined Underwo ir, Huriiiunts for !)5c. Men's 18. SO liOc garinenls for J(Je, flOc K M 1 Osileri A 3J Hufcil lOJISlltlE. In FURS, HIOES, WOOL. t tt ir. . SEEPS I -ii 81T.0D suits Mr suits of clothes for 12. .')(). ifs.(tl) uitn fur ).50. 81S.fl0 Biiits Tor lt.50. 814.50 I Joys' suits at tlio game per cent. cut. .Men's nits for 85.00. $4.00 corduroy punts at 8.75, 8!J.;5 corduroy pants at Jf.'Jo. to-da- y HOME NURSERIES, J. B. ADAMS, SEND lO CENTS or Eleotric Bitters Succeed wkta everythlcg else falls. In neryou proMnition and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Uiess goods, price 81.25 per yard ut H0c, t'n per V"ld at Wc, per yard ut 35c, 2?c per yuid at ll)u, 25c per yard ut 18c, 15c per yurd ut lOo, 10c per yurd ut Tie U)o Stuidurd Sewing Muchiues, price it 17.50. iflJO.OO at 22.50, f .'... 0 I 0OU4KUOU Proprietor, scaputiit u.iaia arimm immki I ABirciiit tU JIsmI mUt'M of Utxlt, Hiau. etc tU U ftbovl i vwu pwipuu, wftiur iia my Bill i r. p. u.No.3 Richmond, Nursery at Waco, Ky .' , "Phone Waco 7-- 4. Ky. it la the beat medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIBNIYaLIVEIt ANO STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. j Gravitt. Allen, 6a adj. Jeff 3 McKinney 35 MuncyRobt 4a adj J W WooleryS Red River Brick & Tile farm. NeHl. Caroline, 3 Clay City lots 4 Kennon, 5 21 Company, 4 78 Neal, Ed , 3 Clay City lo'ts A house belonging to the Bill Hustin Heirs Badj P Johnson 4 57 Tracy, Alga, 1 Clay City lot 2 G5 KENTUCKY. STANTON, Neal estate and occupied by Will As Sheriff Powell County, I will Kidd J S, B 4 57 Walters, Bohb, 330 a adjoins J. Walters burned early Friday on Monday, the 4th day of March, 97 1. 7 93 Trurabo Heir, W. Fnzier morning. The house of F. M. 1912. at the Court Houne door in T. C.IIALL, S. P. C. Precinct No. 6. Hutchinson adjoining came near Stanton, Kentucky, between the Very Serious Holmes Heirs 25a adj WF Wise 1 03 being consumed. hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 Jackson WL 2G5aradj G W CUrk G 50 It a a very serious matter to ask . hhMAd4j OVER 66 YCAM Mr. F. M. Hutchinson desires o'clock p. m. sell to the highest McKinney Heirs, 205 a adj. G. for one medicine and have the IBBBfl&EXPCniENCC wrong one given you. For thia tsaWLIsasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasI and best bidder for cash, the fol-- , through the medium of theTimes W Clark 3 87 reason we urge you in buying to lowing described property or so Peed, Nqah Jr, 62a adj. Dock to extend his thanks for the hebe careful to get the genuine C.,50 Barnes roic work done by many in the much thereof as may be necessary saving of his residence from fire 10 satisfy the taxes due thereon for StrangeDan 6a adj Jas. Strange 3 95 nssLjssssssssssasss!sa the year 1011 Sale to cover penal- Sams J H, N R 40a adj D Barnett 1 29 Friday morning. MBSSSSjBP Trade Marks Dcsione 'VIHBBHV' Copyrights: Precinct No. 7. ty, interest and costs. Liver Medicine Ac Commissioner of Agriculture, tending a (ketch and description mar Anrons HeltonRobt50a adj JTownsend 3 82 qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an Precinct No. 1. J. W. Newman, has issued an The reputation of this old, reliapatentable. on Patenu Knox Car), 00a adj Sid Knox 5 21 liiTentlon le probably HAKDBOOCCommunications strletlreondilentlal. ble medicine, for constipation, inofficial call for the winter term Baker, W. M., 20 acres, adjoinsent free. Oldest aaencr for secunnjrpaleiita. digestion and liver trouble, is firm-l- y Patents taken tnrous h Monn A Co. recelre 8 3.15 McKnahb Jas. 2a adj K.U. Co. 4 02 ing Albert Easter, tptclal nolle, wlthont charts. In the of the State Farmers' Institute established. It does not imitate 1 29 Wilkerson DM.BadjSandlick 12 83 other medicines. It is better than to be held at Frankfort February Brener, J. M. N. R. 52 a Scientific American. others, or it would not be the faPrecinct No. 8. A Handsomely lllnstraled weekly. Tjireest 27, 28 and 29th. All farmers Dawson, .1. I) N. R. 35 a advorite liver powder, with a larger of any sctentlOo Journal. Terms. S3 A l'stanton lot G 14 joining John Pigg 10 73 Ashley, W. H, mouths, L Sold by all newsdealers. sale than all others combined. whether delegates or not are corBOLD Of TOWN 25 Pa Daniel, 1$. S., B. Friend Sidney, B adjOva Knox 3 93 HUNN ft Co.jBmn New York dially invited to attend. The Branch D. C. Everman, Sarah 50a adjoining Frazier, Mary, 110 a adjoins middle day is Ladies' Day, and 1 02 P. Johnson, D. B. Hudson 42 noted lecturers on the womans Everman. Richard 45 a adjin- Howell Ed, N. R B. adj. Jas. SUiyiWRY OF L. & E. TltE TgLE. place in agriculture and home 1 28 Joe Taylor 50 Howell Etfective May 28, 1011. improvement have been secured. Hensley, Fulton 104 adjoining Howell Louis Sr. 20 a adj Tom Baker 4 00 29 No. 2, No. 4, No. 3. P.Howell No 1, The whiskey people in sending Stations. King, W. M. 100 a adjoining Harris Ben 75 a adj. John DailyDaily. Daily. Daily out their literature to prove that 1 53 Snow Creek 62 Ashley all pauper counties of the state p. r. Rich, J. M. 22i a. 3 05 Mcintosh Joseph N. R. 75 a a. m. P. M. A. M. are dry counties and the counties Roundtree, M. M. 12 a adj Weed Tipton 56 G5 Lexington, 1:35 5:35 7:20 8:50 which practically pay all taxes 5 21 Rtberts Wm. 35 ja adj Wm. Daniel, U L., B. 8:05 2:17 8:03 Winchester, 4:50 are wet should have a little Baker L. & . Junction, 4:37 7:61 2:35 8:18 Precinct No. a. for truth. For instance Pow- Byrnes, W. M Jr. 1 Stanton Spencer D C B. adj Ira Profltt 4 :22 7 :37 Indian Fields, 2:49 8:32 v ell is classed as a dry county. 3:05 CLAY CITY, 4:05 7:19 8:50 lot 4 91 Stanton, 7:10 3:15 9:00 3:66 With th ree licensed saloons wide Dunaway Willis 100 a adjoinRosslyn, 3:21 9:05 7:05 3:51 open, former votes of the people ing Wm. Neal G :59 3 :45 3:28 Filson, 9:12 have been disregarded. All coun- Gilbert Lnm lb a adjoining G :43 3 :30 0 :27 Campion Jnnotlnn, 3:47 B. Tharp, 4 57 ties arc not dry always that vote -Natural Bridge, 3:52 9:32 3:25 6:40 Hatton, Alex 24 adj G Martin 3 05 G :25 3 :12 4:04 9:44 Torrent, that way. G :03 4 :25 2 :51 Beattyville Jet, Hatton, J II 100 a adj T Ross 8 62 10:04 O. & K. Junction, 5:19 1:67 10:57 5:10 Hatton Geo., B. adj. Tim Coincident with the 1 :50 5 :05 t 11:05 Jackson, 1 Si Hatton balance increase in ex pi nditures is 11 :25 1:25 Quicksand, a like .idditiou to the number of Hanks, John 15 a adj. Warn 2 84 Martin CONNECTIONS. office holders. During the last THE MERMAN WEBSliR? LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will mAke connection at Lexington with vear 23.784 were added, costing Jones, T. C. 100 a adj. Cliff G 33 Martin the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection IUpsbm It is a NSW OREA-P8- " 10,ir0.000, and in the last six Johnson, Zeldu 100 a adjoins with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. TlOX, covering everr yeais of the Kepubliesm adminis field or the world's thought, James Martin 2 50 CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make conaction and culture. The only rration the total number of new LambWm.Badj FWilloughby 4 15 new unabridged dictionary In nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. many yean. offices created has been 09,810 1 03 BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make Lariso, Jertho, 11. adj. Became ' defines, over 400,000 an additional expendi- Mcintosh, W.C.3ClayCylots 4 80 with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville. Words; more than ever colore appeared between two ture of nearly .70,000,000 as a Martin Weed 75a adj JFMartinS 21 0. & K.; JUNCTION: Trails Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connec oovcrs, l'ages. 6000 It' gainst only 10,279 new offices Mcintosh, Suda. 50 a adjoins tionvith Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and lUMtratioiu. "If O. & K. stations. created under the Cleveland and 2 24 Tilda Willoughby Reeaoae 't ' the CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. vtta now divided McKinley administration!:, which Nolnnd, John, B. adj. W. H. psco. A "Btrcko ot Genius." 07 Noland involved an expenditure of onlv Became " 13 n:i encyclopedia in fO.000,000. We denounce this Powell, Richard, 50 a adj. Jus. YCimu. Ilndge, 4 25 trreat and growing increase of the Becaoxe lt ls accepted by the Courtj, Sohools and s number of Prcm as tho oae mupiczuo aa as not Richardson, J.M, Stanton lot 4 6ti thority. ICOa adj O Caudell 9 70 only unnecessary and wasteful TluirpWui. Because na wuo knows TPine hut also as clearly' indicating a Wutkins, Tildu, 100a adjoins finrress. J,et ua teU " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes 1 93 Sudie Groomes you about this new work. deliberate purpose on the part of Mrs. L Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was the administration to keep the CanilirellGrri-- 100a udj W C. G Woolen 51 Uepublican party in power at for srdwa strnt aMsst sacs. not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had Wm Precinct No. 3. &kC.UUUUAMCO.,riUaars,SsriasU.IUjt, public expense by thus incroas-mto have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I cot no mBssUlsiac,raalnriII a sst sHskrt aaas. I tlio number of its retainers Anderson. Lnvi, 02u adjoins and dependents. Bat 82 better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried John Ingram Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." .Miss Maud Fletcher, who has The month of January was, on lieen in Miami, Texas, since last an average, the coldest known March returned homo Thursday. since the weather records have J. A. Kohurts, who moved from been kept. The average tempertwenty-fou- r t his comity to Missouri two years ature was a fraction over degrees. The lowest Jatr. ujio, has moved buck to West previous to this was in 181)5 when Bund. dethe average was twenty-liv- e 'Grin-null- , Kverett Wells and grees. There was more or loss of Clark county, spent snow on the ground during the Thursday night with 1. D. Todd whole of the past month and the near this city. ground was not thawed entirely L. 0. Lyle, of Ilurdwick's through during the month. Creek, will have a public sale of his personal property February 27th and move to Montgomery FOR county where he has rented a Precinct No. 4. Hampton, David, GO a adjoins P. Johnson $4 James, Luther 75a adj H Morion 5 Meadows, E J, 50a adj. Melvin 4 Morton Patton Maggie 100a adj CCLaneo Sons, Abe, B adj Jas. Sons 3 Townsend, Wm , 100 a adjoins 5 Dan Townsend Towneend JF, 5tf adj.WmRlce 8 Wright John 7 adj WSWasson2 " Assessed by Supervisors Precinct No. 5. 20 Anderson Richard 1 Clay City lot $7 22 Curtis Nannie 100 a 1 35 Robs Heirs Badj Rens Patton 8 1 33 Walters Angeline 15 a Colored List. 95 Anderson H. H. 5 a adj Sam Uoff 4 28 80 Abbott Heirs 3 a adj Willis Kidd 90 Cooper John 1 a adj ch. lot 3 83 Coxev Milt, G a adj VV. S. Roberts 3 37 Howard Davis55aadjMnrehpad 5 35 Oatewood Allace 7i a adj W. H Kidd 4 05 76 Garrett Sanford 8 a adj J. M. Farm Drain Tile 80 Make Your Wet Land Productive. 29 19 By the use of drain tile you can swam29 turn that low, wet, useless, py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, 11 Precinct No. 5 BellisJ.T, N. R. Daniel, 1 Clay Cy lot Sheriff's Sale CF.,3 Clay City lots 4 properly placed, not only carries ofl" surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. 04 It improves any soil. The increaco G2 in the value of tliu land is many time the cost of the tile. Tlie first year's crop from tiled land 'pays 92 for it. Any body can do the work 55 successfully. Write for particulars or ci'll at oui plant. TAXES. rwn East-Bouu- d. West-Boun- - I re-ga- WebsterS New enor-mou- s International Dictionary con-necti- - I . I oHice-holdc- 1 Don't Suffer! g 1 PUBLIC SALE OF Ht 'KILL? couch' km Pine Blue Grass Farm. public sale niyfnrm consisting of 203 acres situated 3A miles east of Burin, Ky., on I will ofiVi CUKE hi LUNGS With Dr. Kin's AMD Wednesday, Feb. at 21, '12, on IWW TO OSTAIN awl SILL PATENTS. liifli oiim wilt pav. Ilotr la iw' piniier, ptiUml law anil oilier vulualiU IntoruatioiL New DisciYiry I Cardui Womarft Tonic i You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curativcly on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and' for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing wom$n, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Writ to: Ladies' Advlwy Dpt, Cfcattsnoot Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tena., tor Sytckl tiutrucUenf. and book, "Home Treatment ior Women," sent free. J (0 1 o'clock. This is anidaal grain and stock farm. l'Jll crop hemp, tobacco, wheat corn. 2 large tobacco barns and all necessary Well watered and one half mile from church and school. On account of iny heavy professional duties I have decided to sell tins splendid farm. Terms, one luil cjibIi balanuo to suit purchaser. given at once, Dr. K. O (Juttery. I I'otM-ht-in- D. SWIFT PATENT LAWYERS, t3Q3 Seventh St., Wathington, D. I k CO.C.J i 1Mb kll THMaVT lUMUMmtt OK KOiriT KgypMPHi AND HIDES Heist kuubct mat . ru WooirnumlaeisE, irritate n t kilhs; this A rtce4l4t BATABLfesMoiE) W3T tn UV rots iUMKS. JOHN WHITli & OOw IflomiUA It