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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 22, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912022201_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 22, 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. 0 far THE I.'Ml a Year in Ailv.'tnc;. CLAY-CITWc arc here to Y TIMES. .1. ielp Clay Cfly, the Snrronnline Country and Ourselves. E. Burgher, PuMisher. 'VOL XV II. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY Another Bridge Fund. Sun-5entia- FEBRUARY 22 J9I2. NO. 8 Death of Mrs. Crow. Importance of iool Seed. and the News Sold. Hookworm in Kentucky. Mrs. Minnie Crow, wife of Petitioners are out. getting sub The Winchester News and the The prevalence of the hookModern science in Aricultnri; that, half the heavy scrtptions tor the new bridge at. a worm in Kentucky has aroused Lennie Crow, died in this city which for quite teaches us TIii while.has bepri owned, edited am; great interest and the new dis- Sunday afternoon after a linger.yielding cultivated crop are now the olJ forge crossing. brought about through the use. of oriugo is oaoiy needed and wo and published by Col. It. It. Per ease is being vigorously searched ing illness of tuberculosis. Bury and his accomplished duugh for. Wherever found the dis- rial Tuesday at the McKinney the very best seed both in kind Imtlft ti cmt if lunlr flitti uiivi'n gravevard on Hardwick's creek. and quality. In view of this The bridge will be built jointly tor, Miss Goldie Perry, has been ease is easily cured. fact, Mr. J. W. Mizu, .one of neuveen me city and county, as sold to Lucien Beckner and C. C, So far over 2,000 cases have Deceased before marriage wus ;: the river here is the line. The ltobin8. Mfci Beckner is a Re been investigated Powell county's modern and at random in Miss McKinney and is survived f of the publican lawyer, while for some Eastern Kentucky, and about 86 by, besides her husband, her fanners has for years eity having built been trying to get the best ugar old Clay City bridge and all of time Mr. Robins has been gencr per cent, of these investigations mother, Mrs. Ellen McKinney and The have rpvealed the presence of one sister, Mrs. W. F. Barnett, cane adapted to the condi- the Waltcrsville bridge, hardly al manager tif the News. feels able at this time to build retirement. 6f Col. Perry from hookworms. tion of this county and has at About 100 cases of Hardwick's creek. She was a lady well beliked bv of another bridge and is the newspaper field, following so have been treated thus far. The last succeeded in doing so. He this way seeking what help it closely on theretireiuent also of parasite is not peculiar to any all who knew her, and will he tells us that he is now growing a in cane that will not only make may be able to get from persons Mr. Lyddane-- of the Winchester section, nor does it affect any sadly missed by her many friendf-nearly, if not double the quanti- interested in the bridge. Seo Dmocrat whidh occured last week particular class, cases being The bereaved have the sympathy ty of molasses from the same this petition and be sure to sign makes it th&more to be regret found in the homes of rich as well of u large circle of friends. ground, but that the quality of your name to it with a nice lit te'. These veteran editors have as poor, and the ages of patients J. U. Burgher, who has be 'ii been at the wheel in the news ranging from eight months to the molasses it makes is also far tle subscription opposite it very sick for some time, seeinr paper business so long in Win eighty years. superior to any other kind of cane After the Bovs. to be slightly improving. Chester that il seems that it would he has ever before used. Mr., For the investigation and eradThe L. & E. Wailroad Companv be almost impossible to replace ication of this disease three phyMize has a limited quantity of SPOUT SPRING. are taking steps to put a stop to them. Their experience ami sicians will work in Kentucky seed saved from this extraordin boy 8 hopping on and off moving Asa Snowden is moving tliip knowlege of affairs in Clark coun for a number of years, the funds ary cane and is going to sell it to trains. It is against the laws of ty week to the new house near t i(; his fellow farmers of this county is doubtless unsurpassed by for the work heinir provided by the state and is a practice that lindtre. at the special low price of only frequentlv results fatally to bov. editors in this or in any other the Rockefeller endowment. county in Kentucky. Both these $1 00 per gallon. Clint. Curtis Ims rented tie The company has posted notice Loves His Enemies. uentlemeti are a type of the fin Claude Sams farm and moved in this i t v warnimr would bo of Time to Set Trees. est men .if Kent tick v, and while Taft's supporters four years thct- - tin's eek. fenders of its intention to full' we reluctantly mve them up are his enemies to day while The time is at hand for spring prosecute them to thp extent o Mesdames Belle Burgher mid setting of fruit trees. Any time the law and oilers $5.00 rewar- tliH have our verv best wishes those Republicans who were Moses McKinney spent Thursil ly when it is drv enough will now for the arrpst and conviction ol' in anything in which they may asiiiinst him four years ago are with relatives at CI iv City. for him now. Tuft seems to have do to set out trees. Write any persons violating this law. eniiaae. Sidney Townsend, who recenta liking tor those whoareagaiust nursery advertisers in this There is no ordinance in this city the Boys' Corn Clubs. ly purchased .1. T Wright's fa m mm and a distaste for Ins truest paper for prices and catalogues which provides a line for this of What are the Pow ell county friends. It is more than probable on the river is moving there thus They handle the best trees at the fense. That the question has ln. s going to (In this year about then that many of his opponents week. We extend a most hearJowest prices. The Times will now been raised, Marshal Pettit tneir corn cluilr Last year was who are now treating him so ty welcome to Mr. Townsend tl guarantee them to please you if will be on the lookout and bovs our communitv. i you will only send them your or that have heretofore been steal- a bad one to glow i.ru and noth mean are only doing this to make nit; ot importance was accom him love them so he will appoint der for what trees you need. Do ing rides to Waltersville on plished. TtfA&ld maxim "If at theiu.to oilice if per chance the .jt&iis today. freight trains wilPbeta.ken "into nrsr you aon'r. sueceeu, try, rry big President is retained at the custody. again" should he applied this White House. The afternoon west bound pasA ereat fertilizer, and a liardy; time with a double effort on the senger train no longer makes convigorous forage plant for hay and Died in Montgomery. part of the bovs. Thev should H. G. Garrett, Railroad Com pasture. Will grow in any kind of nection with L. & N. at LexingHenry C. Hall, of Montgomery also become interested in soil missioner from this district, was soil, even very rocky places. ( iu ton for Cincinnati but does make oounty, a very, wealthy bachelor, he sown without, plowing in connection at Winchester .for formerle of this county died last culture, so as to be able to grow lere yesterday looking after his and earh spring. Circular and winter prii'eu big corn crops or big crops of any extensive lumber business. the Queen city. Cincinnati pas- week and was brought back to BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. other kind. The reading of a good sengers to make, quick connec- this county Sunday for burial by tion must now route themselves a special train from Mt. Sterling. agricultural paper is the best 85 via. Winchester when they leave He has many relatives in this thing to get. the boys interested Of these papers none beats the here in the afternoon. county. nland Farmer or Southern Ag Sun-Sentine- l, one-hal- one-ha- lf ; . o - - SWEET CLOVER Orders for these riculturist. papers will be received at this oiiice. WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to first cost gation. A hig dam across Lnx river miles from Lexington is to be built and a large power plant installed for the purpose of furnishing electricity to central Kentucky cities. The water site in this city was considered at one time by Michigan capitalists for the purpose of a power plant, but was abandoned after nn investi twenty-five Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Everyday we' read something about the redisricting bills be fore the Legislature, but it seems delinfte is yet in thing seems pretty sight. One that, is that Powsure, hVwe-ser- , will remain with her big ell Democratic neighbors both in Congressional and Judicial districts and this pleases us very that-nothing Saving Money. You can do the same in order to get room for ,new goods thin. If you are not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of ulready one of our many pleased customers, come round ome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They wlllopenyoureyes'toanopportunity. HATS and CAPS. H eres your- 1 much. opportunity First cojne, to save some. money'. first served, The Kentucky Union Compa ny is tearing awny the old board side walk over Jha. grade and is replacing it with a new walk of the, same kind of material, oak i.... IMIJiUCI . 1 SHIMFESSEL?S. R Vih jg P 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" The rain and heavy winds yes. terduy reminds us that March is at our door, ready to bo ushered in just one week later. 7 i THE 1IUKS rUBLlSIIRl VKKY j Oct the Savings Habit. THUKSDAT, Subscription rates SI a year or three years in advance $2. r- J: E. Burgher, l'nblisher. Ente'rwl as second-clas- s mail mnttor, Feb. 22, 1912. Thursday, CLUB RATES. 'u, For the convenience of our subscribers, wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The TisiEs.and Courier-Journ$1.00 ' " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 ' Louisville Herald 90 ' Home and Farm 75 1.00 It land Furmer " Aniericun Farmer 00 " Southern Agriculturist 75 al The hard winter and slack work this week should tench tho laboring class of people of Olay City an important lesson. With the resumption of work at the mills and. the time of the year approaching when farm work is at .its height, there is'httle excuse for anyone being idle. This labor will earn money, and at least a part of tins money should be laid up for the rainy day and times just ,liko we have gone through with in Olay City and Mr. Powell county this winter Laboring Matr, take a thought. If you can consume all of your wages while at. work, remember up. till and imprisoning a man for ask ing another man to drink with him or for trying to persuade a muu to buy liquor either by words or letter, and enforce th law for twelve mouths, and tho national drink bill will be cut ing to stay dowtu On the other baud tho pork market has got up and it seems that it is just a going to stay up. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they can- stored to its' normal condition, hear ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh, which if nothing' lint an in. flamed condition of the mucous stir, faces. ' Striking Contrast. men, women and children mill wdrkers at Muss., were out of work because of a strike to prevent u out in their tfO, $7 and $8 n week 'wages, Mrs. Evalyn Walsh McLean, mother of the babv that is 0 heir to $100,000,000, gave a dinner to 50 guests at WashA While 5K),000 Law-reuc- e, $35,-00- ington, the nation's capital. The hostess at this banquet wore diamonds that actually cost than half a million dollars. hi hor hair was displayed the famous "Hope" diamond, which .cost $180,000, and at her throat, another celebrated gem, "Star of the East," which is even larger than the Hope diamond. The cost per plate at the Mc- Lean dinner was$700. One item in the expense was for 4,000 yellow lillies imported from abroad at $2 each. One of the highest paid mill . AND PANTS. DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY, workers at Lawrence would have . to work 84 years to earn the cost ' " Today being Washington HATS. CAPS, AND SHOES. of that banquet. The earning t! ...ilt; . is , i birthday, millions in this country . ,. a dozen tor null a ilia uuvitc i)i l l lines iu century would not. purchase the get the savings habit and keep it win uo Honor to ms memory gems worn by Mrs. McLean. A up. This habit will result in af We have read a great, deal abou this man, and years ago came to Lawrence worker would have to ter years of an independent g the conclusion, that Washington YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON labor twenty 'vears to pay for the EVERY PURCHASE. and an easy time, which you i;i ; i it being a wealthy and iniiuentia .yeiiow nines aione. so badly will need, and besides i lie since oi rue men, women you can have the satisfaction of man, nau notuing to ao but ac and children ar Lawrence, and knowing that life has not been cept the honors which the people the $700 a plate dinner at Wash lived by you .in vain. Get tho were eager to shower upon hint In the Revolutionary War Israe ington, is a striking example of saving habit today. Putman left his plow standing in conditions existing under a system of excessive protection in There is hardly a week but the field, and went and fought us the year of our, Lord 1912. Nei- what a lot of v hiskey literature did thousands of others fifteen comes to this ollice ; also a lot of long months, before Washington ther the Lawrence strike nor did anything at all for the cause dinner are exceptions. whiskey circulars and advertise- - or independence. Great men in They are but. samples of many ments through the mails. This wartimes, it seems, always get t 0 similar illustrations which could should be prohibited by the Gov more than their share of glory. ,le cited if space permitted. On- ernment authorities. It is bad "Honesty is the best policy .1 ly recently, Win. M. Wood, the enough for a man to drink with i. works every where better" than head of the woolen trust, whose his own accord let lone beiuir employes are now on a strike at: tempted and allured to send or in politics. .,,In,this it, is , usually Lawrence, was arrested for ders for whiskey by glaring and defeat. Defeat, however, is much knocking down and running over picturesque advertisements iti. better for some young candidates We. heard a. man wlio.rhas .ithreo u pedestrian with his automobile. which great concession of prices times been elected to office in ir When arraigned in court he was are oll'ered. The whiskey people asked how many automobiles seem determined to win every this county say his first election' " lie owned, and his reply .was that sober boy and man possible to. was hia downfall lie did not Know, imagine a man the drink habit, und a stop should The hog market has got down. so rich that he doesn't-knohow be put to it Pass a law lining and it seems that it is just a go., mail v autos he has on hand! Fortunes which mak'e it possi bio for one woman to wear half a million dollars' , worth of (.diamonds at one time, and which A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK enablo a man to own so many auAftel ChHstlniis tomobiles hois unable to keep1 When the New Year Arrives track of them, necessarily come ,.alaaa is an asset of real worth to any community and Wi . "... throng the power to place an arit Is the general ciiBt'im to leave off 180 tificial price on the things whjch ', the opportunity to do business with such a Banlc n'J Imd llubita aiidauijuire new uiid 4 tho'coinuioii peopiu must have in ma t'ettf r ones. One of Hit, het to get' should appeal to a good business man. order to live. Th. and an easy one to Is e t- ke you have had to do this winter when there is no work to do, and start a, system of saving for such times as the past two months have been. When a man is at work getting fair, and consuming all of hi 8 wages, there is a way to curtail his'expense. His family can find a way to live on a little less .and save that much if they will only do .this. A good way to do, is, lfyou get $1.25 per day is to lay aside 25 cents of this money and start a savings account at the bank. Twenty-livcents per day for a year of 5)00 working days wilj, to $75 per'year. This will easily tide over a family of any ordinary shut down of works or sickness, and should such an adversity fortunately not overtake us, keep on saving, and the interest on our savings together with the additional sav-- . ings of years to come will soon enable us to buy a homeland the the savings habit persisted in will ultimately result in a fund sullicient to care for us in our old days when we so badly will need rest, and the means to live upon ufrhnnr. Iiiivimr tn a'firL full n how you live not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to Tho Democratic Committee cure deafness, and that is by conthe Seventh Congressional dis stitutional remedies. Deafness is trict a shorh time since called cnuspd by nn inflamed condition of primary election to select a noin the mucous lining of the Eustachmee for Congress. It. was. alleg ian Tube. When this tube is ed that, the committee in actin you Have a rumbling sound so hastily, was doing so in the in or imperfect' hearing, and when it terest of JO. pantnll, the pros is entirely closed, Deafness is the ent Congressman from that dis result, and unless the inflammation trict. It' seems so when it is ex can be taken out nnd tin- - tube re- pected that this district, will be changed by the present session of the Legislature. Also when i a most assured fact that the Leg islature will pass the primary e lection bill, when all primaric will be held.j.at the expense o nnnr.ni oms. boo? the State. It seems to the Times and other infections die eue. Cam and Frrreiu. that it waB a fixed up job. A One We boitte make 11 Bal Sold by leading drsfgTsta. lon ol medicine. this late date, however, Mr. Can Circular! and Samples Free trill is promised' a fiaht. Harrv Bourbon Rm-d- Company, Labgmfj. Schoberth, of Woodford countv has announced and will give the Scott county man a hnrd fiirht. half intwq. We will trlve One TI und red DoU lars for any case cf Dcafnecs (lmuk. ed by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists 7ic. Take HhII's Family Pills for constipation. Fret, Guaranteed riaMcr!-.i.nMti.'Ui- . to Pttato Kvwfltnlfncr an. I Dcllablo. ure .Vof asasasalalH. w.Y.fiV' kurtertnr tncrira ir Oil i ihc rn O .uwa Seed. iWn FAMOUS COLLECTION T.i..t v si 10' CENTS' i cFORrem) DOHtiutlil our will 1 kr.Eartrar,a-tiul'al.l.- t a Mf. ralltrtua tfarL.I ftln. It YarktUl CLcKca Flvxrr S...U .... IIorkrot-d.Tlllno- SPCCIAL OFFER tut 11. y Writ SoJj FmH 0 rr.! to lirli and aaaalay ana rclv ih bm Tjwtui Ttf ritafo c.Jlvction," falMJ with ur !S'w art.! Ir.lrtrttta l.irdcn Guid- ORKAT NOIITHKIIN SKEI Ht'. 130 Boae C. The Sherwood Pension Bil wnicn passed tlie lower honse in Ortngress providing $1 00 per day pension for every soldier who served one year in the civil war. . has been killed bv the Senate i. Committee on Pensions, Sena tor Bradley was-cn- e of the mem hers that helped to kill the meas ure. There wero but two Re publicans that voted for the in crease In the national Congres old soldiers seems to be a favor ite with the Democratic mem bers, they being anxious to do OUR SALE .CLOSED ON THE 20th, WE all possible tor the tew jurviving STILL MAKING ATTRACTIVE PRICES veterans. It is a noble-- charac ter of them. The Times' is for ON LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS, BOYS the $1.00 per day pension and less graft among the, officers, higher SUITS WHILE - -- mni-worKe- liv-iu- Mc-Xea- n MRS. J. ..W. WILLIAMS, i USE HOPE & MILLS p lioosevolt does not say anything about gcTting oil" into the distance solitudes to hunt big Kama between now und nomination time. No not now. Lazines?,-vofk- 's Imrdsips siiid and mi Miiptvdmiiiidi. We have ut VjiM;nlnii(tii with laziness;!.' I Clay- - City National is seeking your business,! m Clay City National Bank.' Mfe'tf bjf tin' retain, hubit of iming '1'enfl ilotir. Vo'll' Will find it the beat votl eVet Used. (L"'faL'lory Utt all y and. thoroughly liutposes, and jln use. will wron be- come a cuntoin. l ANDREW GAIN, VetSailles, y, THE TIMES AX AM, IIOMK'MADK I'AFKK LOCAL TIIUKSDAY, IMKVTIMES. .... Pfli. 22, JUI2, Mr.'nntl Mrs. A. T. Wliitt vis ited Mr. :tnil Mrs. J. Crews Hush in Cincinnati hist wurfk. To day is Washington's birth day ii nil will lit; observed in Clay City liy the school, bunk and possoflice. . I'uits wusuvur at Irvine J. last week to see his cousin, J. V. Clay L'otts who is very low with cancer of the throat. Wear B. L. Hruiier has sold his firm this city, and will have a public sale- of his personal property Feb. 28th and move to Illinois. The season's average for to bacco prices was beaten at most Kentucky markets last week. A record price of sixty cents for the part of one crop was made at Richmond. - Well our good roads arc simply saw mill up Monday after being out o' sight buried in mud at down since lliu beginning of the from six to twelve inches. cold spell more than two week Almost list his Life. ago. H. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible exposure We Won't Ump Now No more limping for Tom Monro to a merciless storm. "It guvs mo of (.'ooli inn, Gu. "I bad a bail sort-o- a dreadful cold." he wiites, "that my instep that nothing seemed caused pevere pains in my chest, ho to help till i Biieklcn's Arnica it was hard for mo to breathe. A Salve," he writes, "but this won neighbor gave me aeven.l doses of Dr. King's New Discovery which derful lieuler soon cured mo. brought great relief. The doctor Heals old, running pnres. ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eez. inn wild I was on the verge of pneumoor piles. Try it. Only 23 cents at nia, but to continue with the Discovery. I did so and two bottles all Ueulers, completely cured me." Use only V. O. Pasloy near this city this quick, srtfe. reliable medicine lost, a horse last week evidently for coughs, colds, or any throat or from the new disease which is lung trouble. Price 50c nnd 81 00. killing so many horses in all parts Trial bottle free. Guaranteed oy of the State. This is the tenth all dealers. horse dying in Powell county that we have so far heard of. Brodhead-Garn'- M started For Xhe Nervous Wontaii, -- Or the woman who experiences hot flashes nnth!nt is 10 iJood (o soothe, quiet nd calm the nervous system as a pure tflycerio extract of native medical plants, and made without alcohol, which has been m t by druggists for the past forty In year, and most favorably known as Doctor Pierre's Favorite Prescription, younfer years tome women suffer from dizziness, or fainting Npclts, hysteria, bearing dqwn feelings and pain. All these symptom of irregularity headache, aad female disturbance are relieved by the use ci this famous " Prescription " of Doctor Pierce. As a powerful, invigorating tonio" Favorite Prescription" impart j strength to the whole system, and in particular to the organs distinctly feminine. teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " f house -- keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, it is an excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. hop-girls- ," n for over-worke- d, "worn-ou- t, "run-down- ," debilitated u.-i- fd Has. McDonalp. "My discaie wi call.d retroversion," writes Mrs. Lidm McDonald, of Kerotfa. Mich., Route 1. " I bail nervous chilli l.r d numb spells nnd they would loavu nip very weak. Then 1 had fntUminatton and tho doctor said I had a Homing kidney. I doctored seven ninths with our family phyniotan. lie mu 1 would have to have on oitiutkn. Then I stopped taking his medicine. After taklnir three bottle of Dr. Fierce' medlcirlcs I have not h:ul uny nervous chills or weak tpel's. 1 am better than for years. "Mi' daughter Is now taklne the Prmcrlntion nr.d Dr. Pleree'a Golden Medical Discovery, also th j ' l'cllets for nervoutnets and weak, tired feelinir. These remedies havo helped her ever M much In a short time. Wo have great faith in your medicines for female troubles." Dr. Pktuft PtetMMat Pellets lnO- i'I bovfil movement store. Attractive prices still pre Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. vail at this store and you wil make no mistake to call at this Everything For store when in the ci'tv and need ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. of anything in their line. CUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. ard that warn of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are kind. That djill pain or ache in the hack warns you, the Kidnes need attention if yu would escape those dangerous mal adies, Drops, DiaOetes, or Bright's diseai-Take Electric Bitters at ence and see dackache fly and all your best feelings return. "My son received great lisnefit from their use for kidney and bladder troud-le.- " writes Bondv, South Koekuimil. Mich. "It is certainly h .rem kidney medicine." Tt it. 50 .'to i ill dealnrs. hi e P-t- Mrs. J. W. Williams' stnr sale was the greatest success of any sale ever held by this Fruit and Shade Trees! When in Need of Builder's Hardware, J Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, big planing mill, after being down for several weeks, started up again Tuesday. With all mills running business should be materially improved in Clay City. Swann-Day'- s Shocking Sounds in the earth are sometimes before h terrible earthquake, NO AGENTS. FREE CATALOG. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. t ) Portwood went to Lexing ton yesterdy to be operated upon Dr. Martin his physician, accom panied him. At the hour of going to press we had been unable to learn of the result of the op C. OAPITAti STOCK. SIOO.OOO SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 200,000 THE J Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broad wav, .1 ) oration! Winchester Bank, ov Winciihtbr, Ky. N. IIOt.t,T WlTIIRKHI'OOX. PltRH. W. R. SPIIAIt, OASUIEH. S ) ) jj Roughage for stock is getting very scarce. Corn fodder is practically oil the market and but little hav to sell is in the hands of the farmers. There seems to be pfenty of corn at $4.50 per barrel. Blamed a Oood Worker. blamed my heart for severe dis"I tress in my left side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., "but I know now it was indigestion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cured me." Best for etoinucl), liver and kidney troubles constipation, headache or debility. 25c. at all dealers. Winchester, - ky. ) J) 9 ) YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED f J.P.flAUPPIN, down the throat of a "capcy" chicken destroy the voroii and laves the chick's life. A ( - drop in tho drink Intr watci Stop! Look! Tiisten ; Watchmaker Jeweler. CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, coolers aud other chick diseases. Hardwick & All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of Co. s Fruit Trees Given Away. BourbonPoultryGure Fifty 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 Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ol this medicine on hand. Write for free sample ana Booklet on uiscases 01 rowis. Auarass, BEHEST CWPMT, LtfUtn, Ir. SOLD BY One 50c Bottle of CLEARANCE SALE. If you want to save money, notice the cut prices below Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. ENTL'CY. Call and see me in the Red River Hotel Building, ATKINSON & LV LE, STANTON, KY. 15th day W March, 1912. nillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, that we are giving during this Sale. KY. Tenns Cash. Those who come for trees must bring straw to pro BOOKKEEPINQ, SHORTHAND, tect the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to ti) down with. Trees can be Hafely transplanted during the win- This school has turned out, ter season at any time when the of men and women who ground is open. Boys come see are successes. It will make what I have for yon. a success of you. SUMMER APPEES: Red Benoni, Early 1 1. ir vest, Write for Catalogue. G. Sweet, Maiden Transparent, Hlush, Red June. FALL APPLES: N. Spy, It. Heauty, S. Beauty, G. Goldeu, n, f--3 MONEVW ,. hun-dre- $2.50 Women'sTrimmed Hats half price Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, garments for 35c. 60c garments for 40c, 50o Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 We tell von how. and cavbesLoiarktt We are dealer; eRiblislied firiccs. andean do EBTTURforyou tl.au open's or commission Mer- cian's. Ketereiiceaaiy bank in Write for weekly price list. Lou-'t-ill- r. V. . FSABCL V SONS 1 33 f. Btrkst U, IJUISMIE, IT ri In FUK, HIDES, WOOL. SEEDS 5 Men's 18.50 suits or clothes for 112. 50. $17.00 suits for 111.50. IU.50 suits for 89.50. tl'2.50 suits for 18.00. $8.00 suits for $5.00. Boys' suits at the same per cent. cut. Men's $4.00 corduroy pants at $2.75, $3.25 corduroy pants at $2.25. Dress goods, price $1.25 per yard at 80c, 75c per yard at 55c, 50o per yard at 35c, 27c per yard at lttc, 25c per yard at 18c, 15c per yard at lOo, 10c per yard at 7Jo. Standard Sewing Machines, price $30.00 at 22.50, $25.00 Stayman WINTER APPLES: Ben Wine Sup, Common J. F. Winter, Davis, Gano, Stark. .lolinatliau, Smith Cider, Yellow .lanet, Milam, Opnlasoent, Kussett, Dlauk Twigg, Greenville. Wine-Sups, SIXC(3B I SPECIAL. OFFER tim t tM IiUhm. A trill take yea oar nofauoint nut trt. Wim I ' j O.U., t (mi vail. I.M I nniuM iwsfws iin. mh.TOmPLEAHC u aii. 1 CAJUNTJ2K 1 I I I to?; Mtatkm thlt Pt0w. K HOME NURSERIES, J. B. ADAMS, UNO LLf.Mit, CENTS Electric Bitters 8cces4 Proprietor, r. f. 6. No. 3 Richmond, Ky. Nursery i .'"Wmj m at Waco, Ky. 7-- 4. FOR KIDNKVfLIVER AND TOMAOHTIIOUM.I k k Jm u natekn told vw a dnMlM's eoanter. and female wtalmimi thty are the saprctne mnedr, aa taomanJi have taatiftcd. praMMUiea la aervoaa wfcsa mrr&lag else ftdte. at 17.50. m Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Waco OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. (IIV CLYDE II. TAVKNNKK.) William Howard Taft is the one best but in t ho Republican lominution handicap. At least that, is the way it looks to. me today, and I have tried to view the situation, if possible, without prejudice. 1 base my prediction on the "These horrible conditions are theory that Special Privilege, as the result of the use of the great represented by Aldrich, Penrose, power and wealth of this trust to Sinoot, Lodge, Urane, Guggen- prevent its employeesTrom joinheim, J. Pierpout Morgan, John ing organizations. The condiI). Rockefeller, Andrew Carne- tion of labor in this industry is gie, and the tariff trusts, still nothing less than slavery. In ten dominate the Republican ma- years this trust, while working chine. And it must never lie men under these conditions, has forgotten that the Republican taken from the American people machine, and not the Republican fOoU.OOO.OOO in excess of a libervoters, rules national Republican al profit on its actual investment conventions and names presiden and this enormous profit has been tial candidates. used to grind down its workers The Reublican machine, it is to their present miserable condtrue, is badly damaged, but I ition." Query for American people: think, however, it is still power ful enough, backed as it is by the Since Aldrich and Penrose repremillions of Special Privilege, to sented the were protecting the control one more national con steel iniliiKlry with .iigh tariff vntion. After that it will go on rales so that the workingmen in the scrap heap, and men freer of tliur industry could have good corporate influences will be in Wiiges and desirable working conditions, and since the steel control of the party. The only deduction t liar- the trust has denied its workers both reader may draw from the fore good wages and decent working iroing is that Mr. Tafr is to be working conditions, wh should nominated, not because the peo the steel trust be longer permitt pie desire his renoniinatiou, but ed to enjoy tariff rates" which because the Bis Interests desire taxes every family in the United his reuomination ; not because Stateb? Mr. Taft has earned a renmnina- tion by representing the interests of the common people of the FOR country, but because he has earned a reuomination by represent ing the interests of Special Priv by careful investigation, has figured it out that the cost of 'bare existence of u family of a husband and wife aiid three children in Pittsburg is $708 a year. By working 12 hours a day, 305 days a year, this 05 per cent, of the workers, at the end of their year's labor, will have earned just $1.50 less than this turn. Morton 4 35 Hustiii I loirs Badj P Johnson Patt.inMnggielOOandjCCLHnc-33 KENTUCKY. 'STANTON, Kidd J S. It 4 57 Sons. A he. B., mlj Jas. Sons 3 05 Triimbo Heir-- , 2i i. 97 Townrend. Wm , 100 a adjoins T. C." II ALL, S. P C. 5 28 Din Townsemi Very Serious Towneend JF. 5u Hdj.WinRice S 80 Wright John 7 iidjYSWasson2 99 It is a very serious matter to ask OVER OS YEARS' for one medicine and have the Precinct No. 5. EXPERIENCE wrong one given you. For thi3 Bellis.I. T. N. II 1 Clay Cy lot 83 reason we urge you in buying to 4 37 Daniel, C F , 3 (Hay Pin-lotbe careful to get the genuine Gravitt. Allen, tiin iidj.Jeff s Mcintosh, Sada, 50 n adjoins Assessed by Supervisors-Preci- nct Tilda Willoughby 2 24 No. 5. Nolnnd, John, B. adj. W. H. Anderson Richard 1 Clay Noland 9 07 City lot 87 Powell, Richard, 50 n adj. Jus. Curtis Nannie 100 a Hodge, 4.25 Richardson, J.M, 1 Stanton lot 4 GO Ross Heirs B mlj Rens Patton 3 1 TharpWm. 150a adj tjlCaudell 9 70 Walters Angelino 15 a Colored List, Walking, Tilda, 100 a adjoins Sudie Grootries 1 93 Anderson H. II 5 a adj Sam Goff 4 CambrellGreen 100a adj. WC. Abbott Heirs 3 a adj Willis (J 51 Wooten Kidd Precinct No. 3. Cooper John 1 a ndj eh. lot 3 Anderson, Levi, 02a adjoins J(lin Ingram Bal. 1 82 Coxev Mill, 0 a adj W. S. . Roberts 3 Precinct No. 4. Howard Davis55aadjMorelirad5 Hampinn, David, 60 ji 'adjoins l Johnsrn $4 20 Gatewond Allnce 71 a adj W. " II Kidd 4 James, Luther75a adj II Morton 5 22 Garrett "vwiford 8 a adj J. M. Meadows. E .1, 50a adj. Melvin Kennon, 1 Farm Drain Tile 80 Aloke Your Wet Land Productive. 29 19 By the use of drain tile you can 29 turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries oft' surplus Water, it admits air to the soil and makes ,it easy to work. 01 It improves any .soil. The fnereace 02 in the value of tliu land is many timet the cost of the tilo The first 92 year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do tho work 55 successfully. Write for particu-lar- s or cidl ntout plant. 1 1 35 5 21 4 57 Red River Brick & Tile Company, Mekinm-- 3 .55 MuncyRoiit 4a adj.I W Vnolery3 Nenl. Caroline, 3Clav City lots 4 Neal, Ed , 3 Clay City lots 4 Tntey. Alca. 1 cjny Citv lot 2 95 7ii 78 05 Walters, Bom. 330a hi) join. J. 7 93 1 W. FMzier No. 6. Holmes Heirs 2na adj W F Wise COPVRIQHTS AC. Anrona senillnu a Kkelrh mid description mar quickly fuccrtnlu our opinion free wlietlier an hiTCiitlon ts protiublr pnteutable. Communlrn. tloiumtrlcllrconlldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest acencr for securing putetits. Co. racelTe l'ntcnis takon turouidi Jlutin ipfcUil nodes, without chsrge, In the irade iviAnns Desions BUck-DraugH- T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Precinct Scientific JfiDerican. A hsndsomelr lllnstrated weeklf. Sheriff's Sale TAXES. As Sheriff Powell County, I will There seems to be an increas- on Monday, the 4th day of Mnrch, ing talk about Roosevelt, but I 1912, at the Court House door in do not think the machine politi Stanton, Kentucky, between the cians will permit his nomination hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4 If Roosevelt should be nominat o'clock p. m. sell to the highest Frazier, Mary, 110 a adjoins 1 42 ed, however, I believe he would and best bidder for cash, the fol P. Johnson, be defeated. It was during his lowing ascritea property or so Howell Ed. N. R. B adj. Jas. 2 50 Howell administration that the present much thereof as may be necessary Howell Louis Sr. 20 11 adj abnormally high cost of living to sutiofy the taxes due thereon for Howell 3 29 w'us piled up, largely because of the year 1011 Sule to cover penalHarris Ben 75 a adj. John system of excessive protec ty, interest the ilege. Terms. (3 93 Tears of nr sclentlDe Innrnsl. newsaeaiers. xourmonius.it. Doiaojjui Jackson H'L2ti5a adjGWClarkG 50 Branch Office. 3 F BU Washington, U McKinnev Heirs, 205 a adj. G W Clark 3 87 Reed, Noah Jr, 02a adj. Dock OF L. & E. TipiE TflSLE. Barnes 0.50 West-Bounl. Effective May d8, 1011. StrangeDan Ga adj Jus. Strange 3 95 Sams J H, N It 40a adj D Barnett 1 29 No. 2, No. 4, No. 1, .. Mat ions. Precinct No. 7. Daily. Daily. Daily HeltonRobtSOa adj JTownsend3 82 A. M. Knox Carl. 90a adj Sid Knox 5 21 P. M. A. M. McKnabb Jhh. 2a adj K.U. Co. 4 02 1:35 7:2(1 8:5(1 Lexington, 8:0o 8:0:1 Wilkerson DM, B adjSandlick 12 83 2: 17 Winchester, L. & E. Junction, 7:51 2:35 8:18 Precinct Nd. 8. 2:49 Indiun Fields, 7:37 8:32 W H, 1 Munton lot 0 14 Ashle, 3:05 8:50 CLaY CITY, 7:lfl Friend Sidney, B adjOva'Knox 3 93 3:15 9:01) Stanton, 7:10 I Jirsest SlJWRY Eiist-Boiin.- No a, l"1'- P. M. 5::i5 4:.M A:M 4:2'i , 4 :.-8:5( 3:51 3:4." I. and eo.th. which Mr. Roosevelt beRoosevelt is an Aldrich- e Republican on tne tariff question, so fur as anyBut if he should one knows. come out on the Progressive side of the tariff issue, it would only niiike him less desirable to the Republican machine, and his nomination would be even less probable than it is now. Robert M. L.tFollette, the one man mentioned in connection tion in lieves. Sinoor-Penros- Ashley 3 02 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:04 4:25 5:19 5:25 9:"5 9:12 9:27 9:32 9:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 Rosslyn. Filson, .Innctinn, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beatiyville Jet, ). fc K. .Junction. Cutupton 7:05 0:59 i :43 6:40 i:25 0:03 5:10 5:05 3:30 3:2.'. Jackson, Quicksand, with the Republican nomination on whom the people can put their linger on every public quection of the day, cannot be nominated, in my opinion, the reason being, only, that the people cannot vqte on presidential nominees. Any day, of course, may bring developments to change the positions of the men on the political checker board, but the above is the situation as it appears to your correspondent at this writing. per cent, of the workers in the United States Steel Corporation's plants at Pittsburg earn less than .the of subsistence to the average family, according to calculations made before the Stanley Htdel trust investigating committee; by Louis D. Crundeis, "the people's lawyer". "The average wage of 05 per cent. of the employees in the steel plants at Pittsburg," he (raid, "is 17A cents an hour. The Associated Charities of that city, Sixty-fiv- e The Only New uaabrldsod die tion&ry in many years. , 12 h 05 Contains tho pith, and essence of an authoritative library. Dumol, R L., B. 5 21 Covers every Sold of knowlPrecinct No. a. edge. An Encyclopedia in a , singlo book. Byrnes, V. M .lr I Stanton lot 4 91 The Only Dictionary wrtth tho New Divided Page. Dunaway Willis 100 a adjoin 400,000 Words. 2700. Pages. 5 21 ing wm. Weal 0000 Illustrations. Cost nearly Gilbert Lum 5 u adjoining half a million dollars. Lot us tell you about this most 15. 4 57 Harp, Hatton, Alex 24 adj G Martin 3 95 n oifnarkabio cinclo volume.. Writofortunplo Hatton, J II 100 u adj T Ross 8 02 page), full pur- tieuurs, etc. Hatton Geo., B. ndi. Tim 1 81 Hatton balance j paper and ssssTisXW'Wi UViim Hanks, .lohn 15 u adj. Warn , WV 2 84 Martin tend fred ft iot ct Joues. T. C. 100 a adj. Cliff Pocket G 33 Martin '?W Map Johnson, Zelda 100 a adjoins Ju mts Martin 2 ofi LunibWm.RudJ FWilloughby 4 10 1 93 Luriao, Jertko,. B. n,dj. 'ftCKsrrltaC. Mcintosh, W.O. ii Clay Cy lots 4 80 Martin Weed 75aadj.J.FMnrtin5 21 hTnni,.w, 3 93 , bnow Creek Rich, J M. 22i a. Roundtrec, M. M. Precinct No. i. Mcintosh Joxeph N. R. 75 a Baker, W. M., 20 acres, adjoinudj Tipton 2 50 hhi ing Albert Easter, 8 3.15 Rtherts Wm. 35 a adj Win. 1 29 Brener, J. M. N. It. 52 a 3 94 Baker Dawson, J. D N. R. 35 a adSpencer D. C B. adj IraProfitt 0 50 joining John I'Jgg 10 7.) Daniel, B. S., B. 2 5fi Everman, Sarah 50a adjoining 1 92 D. B. Hudson Evcrmun, Richard 45 a adjoin- 1 28 J oo Taylor Hcnsler, Fulton 104 adjoining t Tom Baker 4 00 Kinc, W. M. 100 a adjoining THE MERRIAM WEBSTER 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 ith m ,. . INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY WEBSTER'S NEW CONNECTIONS. Train No. 1 will make connection at Lexington v the L. fc. N. tor Louisville, K . No. 3 will make eontie with the L. k N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CA.MPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4. will m . e nection witn Mountain Central Railway tonnd from Cniiip" B K ATT Y V I LL E J U N OT I ON : Traum Not. I. 2 and 3 wil mat... with the I fe A. Railway for Beattyville. (). & K. JUNCTION: Trni-- H Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will im.m m tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Catinel Citj. Iy. () & K. stations. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l PasHeny.-- A. LEXINGTON: r id 1 G3 Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womann, troubles' writes Airs. M. D. McPherson, from N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I' had an awful hurting in my side ; also a headachy and a backache. I cave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to .try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me.. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui ejie.ved me." ly Chad-bour- I TV A 4 TAKE 1 vlnliiE CARDUI WomarfcTonic For more than 50 years, Carduj has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. 'During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. . If you are a woman, begin taking .Cardui, today. Wrltetti Ladies' Adrisnrr Dept.. Cbirltnoora Mrdlrfnc Cn.. ChstUnoou. Ttnn., bowk. !!uou TreUucat lor Weuicu." cot lice. J 49 lor Sptcbit InttnutloM. tai M-i' Th I AND HIDES IMBE9T KiUZT MIC rm r uw rm 1 il IP III WaJ ComwtaWi . WriU fa priofrUttBMtkalaf thUa JOHN WHITE A 0OM BTABLISHKD1S37 Louwviw. Ki L