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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 29, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912022901_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 29, 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. ClLAy! CITY TIMES. THE is l.'ili it Year in Ailumc;. We in here to help Clay City, the SarroanJing Country and Ourselves. I. 15. tSti rt)hcr. Publisher. VOL. XV IT. College Men Visit Us. CIjAV CITY. K.V.?tPHURSJ)AY Pri7.es for Bov Corn drawer. iill'iit . ill 1i ill' i..... ill!, tint IF. '(..... tl rr llli .iivfk IJIM I ,.,,.,, tnu tu of Aci :cul- - I' j,v 1 PfiBRUAltl' 2i 1912. NO. ) CitvJiiul a rare treat in ;f??p. at spiritual mill moral Clay ad-I- i . 1. To each boy crowing sixty bushels of com or more.; an appropriate diploma will be given siuned by the Governor of the State, t lie Commissioner of Agriculture, the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Superintendent of the county average preacher that visits this 2. To the lioy in each county tow n. These young men hnve who grows the greatest, amount the very host wishes of the writ- tuier in their high calling and noble of corn upon one acre, tree and board at State Univertion purposes. me r nrou mil oreiir. fininsiifH H'o... Thursday till Sunday. The of college bovs t luit. cam. hew are young men h tlio best up-pcaranco ami manners. J hey seem to lme their whole soul in the uniisu they represent. They indeed have done much good by coming to (Jlay City. Each one of them seemed to us possessed with every element of a devout christian minister. In fact their manner of action is far above the ntu 1 f Keuttickv. They are w,. Wfir,, cninpcriii for and we ,pe to see ."ovoral of our Powell ,.imty i.oysin the front ranks of ,,m; tu. 1 the competition. Retiistrktiar mil Passes Senate. Tl g Tho PriVhaijl bill '" JMMimI t 'w Senate bv u vote or L' to 2. sjlhe two negative votes wero cijgt by two Republican iiiemberg. In this bill no changes are ttjuide in the first six Tjbe latter live are district.. made up as fellows: Seventh Dwtrict Bourbon, Fayette, Fraiijjin, Henry, Lee, Oldham, Owcp, Scott, Woodfiod, redi.-trictinAn-derso- Spring Announcement. Powell, Olarkjuid Estill. Eighth District Adair, Boyle;', Caey, Garrard, Jessamine; Lfncolti, Madison, Mercer, ShelBy-an- H. F. Hillunnieyer it Son'', the Lexington nurserymen, have their Spring announcement in this issue of the times. Thi 3 firm carries only the be-- t stock, sells to farmers at the lowest prices giving them the full advantage of the agents commission which amounts to considerable in the purchase of even a bunch of trees. Send for his catalog if you havent got it. Republican Committee Meeting. II. G. Garrett, Chairman of Com-mitte- flumption on the Farm. Hail, blustering March O, no. ! don't! It is better fo sell what you can not eat than to eat what you can not sell. we When the wolf is at the dooi are not likely to have anv other callers. A farmer does not need a medical diploma in order to be able fo cure pork. Spencer. Ninth District Bracken, Bath, These younsmen. we fear, say as much for ('lay City as Clay City can say for them. We are ashamed to say so but we are sure they fell far short of receiv-in1the. courtesx , encouragement, support ami entertainment they so rie ly Should these young men airain see cause to come to our tmvn the.v Mmli fare can-no- t; .' uV-er- ve better. Value of Live Stock In Kentucky. ' The Government Crop Report recently issued, gives Kentucky a total live stock value of 000 on January I, 1012. This 115,-09- 3, total . in ato follows:' 914,049,-000- ; Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Fleming, Greenup, Harrison, Lewis, Lawsity during "Farmers' Week" rence, Mason, 'iionifee, .Morgan, Nicholas, Robertson, Unwun, will be given. 3. To the boy growing the Wolfe, Montgomery and Breath-itt- . greatest amount of com upon Louisville. Tenth District Floyd, Johnone acre in each of the four sections to which the State has been son, Knott, Lfteher, t Jackson, This is five issues of the Times flrl. II II ruse divided, a four year scholarship aianiu, aiagonin, uwsiey, t.i in February, something that has v i:: State University or in State and Parry. not. happened before during; the Eleventh District Bell, Clin sixteen years existence ot the paNormal Schools will be given. 4. To the boy growing the ton, Cumberland. Harlan, Knox, per. This can only occur in leap greatesi amount of corn uponoue Monroe, Pulaski, Rockcastle. years and it is not often that the acre in the Stare, a trophy valu- Russell, Wayiie, Whitley, Lau- extra day happens to be Thursrel, Clay and Leslie. day. ed at $100 will be awarded. The hill carries an emergency 5. To the boy sending the best Card of Thanks. ten ears of corn to Lexington to clause. Words cannot express our ap-- ; be judged at the State Corn Show Bill to Stop tlMMaklnz of Poisonous preciationof those friends held the first week in January, shared with the lonely vig-- i 191S;' trophy. valued at $100 will a It is pregeDU --- v If you are in doubt as to whether you have religion or not, ask your wife; she knows. e the Republican Executive of the Tenth District, has Plant less ground to corn and called a meeting of that body at give it better culture. That if Winchester for Saturday to se- all there is to intensive farming. lect the time and place for namIf a man would lead a ing the two delegates and alterlife, he must keep on nates to tlie National convention the best of terms with his conaud also to the convention in science and his wife. con-teni- An excellent spring tonic, after several months of hovering the fireside, is a good a sharp saw and a pile of hard wood. We know it for we have tried it suw-buck, who-bijv- e f 6. To the three boys who cattle other than milch prove themselve.s the best judges tcows $11,837,000; sheep, $4,884,-'000- ; of corn during the Farmers' swine, 9,310,000. All of Week at Lexington, awards or y cups ten valued at twenty-five- , values are less than those of 1,1911, some being a mill- and five dollars respectively will ion dollars under the 1911 fig- be given. 612,000,; milch cows, Jan-uar- Thunder was heard on Sunday W. F. Burnett is moving this night, the 20th. This is said to week from Hurdwick's Creek to be a sure sign of snow on the his farm two miles south of this same date in May. This is pretty late to replant gardens. city. ures. I ipisiuHoVo'.ylVafirf-uIi,-- ! prohibiting the use of poisonous phosphorus in the. manufacture of matches.' It is a disgrace to Congress that this bill has not passed before. The difference in cost between the poisonous phosphorus and the harmless sort, is very small, and it is only this difference in cost that has beljihatthe Some things smell worse the more you sfn- hem. One of these is a polecat, another a neighborhood quarrel. The polecat iii may sometimes have to tackle; but steer clear of the njher thing, if you have to run for dear life. I New Fall Millinery Just received, from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. that thev cannot eat their food after a lingering illness the.v are consigned to a premature grave. and Confederate Pension Bill Passes. induced t!ie match companies to tidit against this bill. The match factories that ure using the poisonous chemical have no regard for the health of the.r emplovees or patrons; as this poisonous ingredient touches the mouth it ruins the jaw, of the victim so Unit the jaw is destroyed and rots away ami thus a healthy nerson acts tho "nhossv-iaw- " so ohe. No sweeter memory ,caii live in any heart than tin uieiii-- ' ory of their untiring devotion to one who has left us The waves A hardy, fertilizer, of borrow break upon every shore, I'.'oi urcii fornge plant hihI uhay and for 'Us we can but hope lliat friends mature. au' i grnv hi nti) kind of as true may gather around each soli, eieii ver.v rocky places. an one of them should sorrow invade he movii without plowing in winter mi enrh sprini: Circular and prices theirhon.es. JENNIE CHOW. BOKHARA SEED CO.. Falmouth, Ky. SWEET jCLOVER l ! m m WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 r5 Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full lino of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are The House has passed tho Sen- SHOES AT FIRST COST. " $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! cos! in order to get room foi new goods ate bill providing for a pension of ten dollars a month for indigent Confederate soldiers with (tin amendment, providing that lall Confederate soldiers over years of am shall be deemed indigent under thi." bill. '.The vote was (U) to 18. six-ty-li- I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of Coleman I'ortwonn who was 'operated on at the Good Samari- If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round romo duy and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyottroyeetoan opportunity. Is HATS and CAPS, Here's your opportunity to money. First come, "S. .'-T- J tan Hospital at Lexington last v?ek is netting along nicely and i expects to be ablo 'to come home by the lust of next week. ' save sqmev first 'served. Fletcher has accepted position in Mrs. Williams' store where she ytrjll. be pleased to wait Mi-sMa- a I I SHIMFESSEL'S. . on' any of lieT'friend's when they need any thing AW Mrs. Williams' line. V leprosentativw Luugley aud Powers have joined Bradley in 'the Mipport of 'President Tuft. I Send Us Your Orders oVer telephone, by messenger or otherwise and Iff if you live in Clay City or near our store wo will Mcliver thegoods" regular session tomorrow night. Tho City Council will moot in Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they can two-cennot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to 7th or 'Of h. Of course we would now ili force. J- - B. Burgher, Publisher. cure denfn88, and that is by con The present rate went into ef- rather be in the 9th, but it is a stitutional remedies. Deafness is Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. fect in 1880, at a time when the case of being just anywhere so caused by an inflamed condition of total weight of second class mat- we get rid of John Langley be the mucous lining of the Eustach- Feb. 29, 1912. Thursday, ter was only 109,002,589 pounds fdre he rilhs over us on those ian Tube. When this tube is inand the postal revenue per capi- turnpikes he was going to build flamed you have a rumbling sound CLUB RATES. for us a few years ago. For the convenience of our sub ta 77 cents; now there are or imperfect hearing, and when it scribers, we have arranged club rates 'such matter pounds of This office is furnished free is entirely closed, Deafness is the with the following papers at price? and a per capita of postal revenbelow mentioned : each week from Wash- result, and unless the inflammation ues of $2.53. These figures knock editorials ington against the establishment can be taken out and this tube re The Times and the stuffing out of every contenCourier-Journnt 808,-309,8- Our neighbbring counties of Clark and Montgomery are kickThe Hughes Postal sion report which was to have ing about being' placed in the 7th been submitted to Congress De- Congressional district and peticember 1st, hns at last beeii re- tions against such action have rOBLISUEP VKKY THL'KSDAT. ceived by that body. It recom- been presented to members of Subscription rates 81 a year or three mends a t rate for period- the Legislature. Powell will be years in advance $2. icals instead of tho one-cerate very we'll pleased in either the Wants THE TIMES. aafClass Rates Doubled.. Commis- s the Christian church on creek Saturday. He is survived by a wife and five children. Hard-wick'- ftored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out' of ten are caused by Catarrh, which in nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous stir-face- s. We will cive One Hundred Dollars for any cane cf Denfiie (caus 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 7uc. Take Hall's- Family Pills for constipation. - aSaaannVaSa aVt EEDS Erery Gardener and Planter thooliltetl the 1 fin IIIMrin. n-r- ili Northern Urowii beeda. Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 tion for an advance of the postLouisville Herald 90 age rate. No other possible reaHome and Farm 75 son has ever been given, or can " Ii land Farmer 1.00 be given, for the great gain in " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 per capita revenue than increase iu Therefore, in the Business Improving. face of these figures, what utter The business being done by the railroads, steel mills, manufac- unwisdom to expect that by turers and banks of the country going back to the old rate there at the present time is considera- will be a gain in postal revenues. The proposed increase if it is bly iu advance of that of a year finally passed will not disturb the ago. country papers very much, but it And business men in general will tend to increase the price on are preparing for improvements all other classes of papers, except and extensions. Financial ar- dailies where they are delivered al " " " $1.1)0 the:or-respondinsecond-class-matte- g r. of the parcels post. The Times is for the parcels post and none of these editorials are used. We think the opponents of the 'parcels post are the expreYs" companies only, together with what few people'they have misled. Frith, tUtUM. cur uirantteaioFltise faH I and Other ialcctiout dif emci. Cira and Ttttnti. OneSOc bottle makes 11 gal I loot ol medicine. Sold by leading draggbu. Circtllan and sample rree . I Bourbon raumif. CkaU. we will ecud ' FOR lO CENTS poa timid our . - . asuu, oaa, tow Speaking of financiers, Clay City and Powell county have the country beat a mile. There are hundreds of laborers here who can finance a matter that neither J.' P. Morgan or John D. Rocke feller can do. They can manage to live on wages which average less than $1 00 per day. JuffersoivVille. If TarMItt IK! I'l..r S..1. 10 tt. to. lit to. 1A Remrily Company, Imitttl.a'y. V!Tl " . eaetUfau4,McalT. ttn Noi. 'Tunotii Collection," MOKTIIBKN MKKD CO. 1H3 Koae Ht. , Ilnrklord. tlllno. ?.n'1 ltt 'w'P an rr 1.00 mP5eat rangements have leceutly been made by several railroads for raising $90,000,000 to be used ill The Erie railroad extensions plans to expend $10,000,000 iu the next ten years for completing the of its main New York and Chicago. The Atchison is raising $50,000,000 for new work and equipment, and other companies are preparing to put smaller a mounts iuto improvement. This after a Democratic house double-tracking line-between by carriers on the eve of a Democratic pres idential victory, does not look as it Dusiiies8 interests were standing still, or had any fear ol a Democratic president. As a If 'HUU Ull matter of fact, the of the country know business-me- n that a Dem-ocaati- c administration would uot harm any legitimate industry. The leaders of the Democratic house have proveu themselves as safe and sane business men as any Republican leaders ever were. The gross earnings of the railroads for the Jlrst week of February were 9.81 per cent, better than a year ago. For the fourth week of January the reports from forty-fou- r roads indicate a gain over last year of 12.27 per cent. Reports for December show an increase of net earnings over December, 1910, of no less thunT.OS percent. Bank clearings last week were better thau a year ago.1 Foieign trade in January was very large. The exports' ex ceeded those of uny preceding January except in 1908, arid the imports were larger thau for any preceding month with a single exception. 'Iu other words the forecasts of the stundpat Kepub licans to the end that tho stag n charge of 25 cents, instead A. White Will shortly have a of $1.82, for the delivery of a sale and move to Dayton, Ohio. package on rural free deA Miss Cotton, of Richmond, livery routes, in is prospect, as is visiting Miss Virge Holly, of the result of the action of Demothis place. cratic members of the House Mitchell Prayther, who has Committee on postoflices and been visiting relatives at this postcards in incorporating in the appropriations bill provisions for place, has returned to Illinois. i tentative parcels post system. Married, Thursday, February OUR SALE CLOSED ON THE 20th, WE The committee members also 22nd, at the home of tho bride's ' upon a general STILL MAKING ATTRACTIVE PRICES domestic father, Wm.' Smith, of this place, of, 12 cents and a maximum MrT Clyde. Jgaatnapad. tn JtfiB rate flTnFnria Smith. tapek otTffpoSma'ifr'TTis SUITS AND PANTS, DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY, the present international parcels W.' D. Johnson, who has been post rale. living ion the place of the late HATS, CAPS, AND SHOES. Joseph Folk's withdrawal and Henry Hall, has moved to Grassy .(uonfull nftitn1a liintnvrl fllinmn Lick, and Thos Pasley will short mI l ll uiituuc nmuiu nuui Clark's boom will not cause him ly move in the house vacated by to lose friends. He showed that Mr. Johnson. he wanted to do right by the YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE. SPOUT SPRING. Missouri Democrats. Elder (Joe. W. Mcintosh is Would the Colonel accept his putting up a pair of new stock party's nomination for Presi- scales on his farm. dent? But here is a harder one : At E. Martin's sale Thursday Would a duck swim or a rooster articles brought only fair prices. crow? Some of the things were bid in That Texas judge who fined on account of the unsatisfactory himself for licking the man who prices. called him a liarj should take an Ileal estate in these parts seems appeal to the higher court.. tb be in demand. Two gentle Nobody would have thought men from Lee county were here that Col. Roosevelt could just the last of the week, each one looking after the purchase of a sit and sit and think so long. farm. Before marriage he escorts E. Martin is moving this week her to church ; after marriage to Lexington where he has rented she has to drag him there. a farm. Our best wishes go with Mr. Martin and family. They Socialist government is only are good citizens whom we regret costing Milwaukee $1,000,000 to lose. yearly. Joe Hall diod at his homo near t here Thursday afternoon of drop, Trust magnates may give away sy from which he had been money, but not secrets. for four years. Burial at A WHILE c MRS. I W. WILLIAMS. se af-fept- fiOPE is an asset of real worth to any community and $ MILLS FliOTJJR After Christmas When the New Year Arrives uh'tion of business would imme dihtely follow tho election of a Democratic "house, are not being fulfilled. While it is truo that some of the illegal trusts which ha,yo been throttling competition and boosting the prices of the necessaries of life are uot partic- the opportunity to do business with such a Bask should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National The is seeking your business. ularly euaiuored with Democrat-i- c procedure, legitimate busiuess understands thoroughly that it lias nothing to 'fear from Democratic ascendency, and wel l ime' it. Clay City National Bank. Mfg'd by it is the general cuHtniii to leave oil' bad habits and acquire new and better ones. One of the best to yet, and an easy one to retain, if the dibit" of iiHhijL; Pearl (lour. You will lind it the best you ever used, and thoroughly batiHfactnrv for all purposes, and it use will xoon , come a custom. ' Ire-- J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, J THE- - TIMES I I "Dr. r. P.. Dickson, dentist will I. J. Clraso, of Levee, was here be nt the Red Kiver Hotel; next Tuesday on business. week to practice his profession. Almost Lost his Life. - all dealers. woutlior of the Urey Woodson, of Owensboro, wintor cunio tlie lirst of tho week, secretary of the Democratic Nu hut lusted just, a little while tional Committee, is sending out when it llev up cold ngnin. letters to the Press of Kentucky, .hine Walters, of near this city advisinu; them that if they w anil Miss fcviiline HalI,'Ot Mont let him know if they-caattend gonicry county, were married the National Convention in Hal last week. The bride is a dnugli timore, June 25th-- , when a candi ler of Dudley Hall, formerly of date for President will be nam ' this couuty. ed he will preserve for them s seats. Tin's is very The dauh of Walter Potts died near kind in Mr. Woodson and he has ter STRAWBERRY PLANTS Waltersville Sunday morning our thanks for his oiler to the Burial at Powell's Valley Mon Times Editor, and we are indeed Grape Vines, AFparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. day afternoon. Funeral services sorry that we cannot accept his kindness, but usually is such the at the grave by the liev. L. A Everything For life of a country editor. Frymun. ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. Tlio first warm n eleven-rnenths-ol- We Won't Limp Now., N ALL IIO.MK..MADK I'APKH No more limping for Tom Moore of Oehran, GIL ''I find a had Soto LOOA L HRKVITIES. on my instep thai nothing seVmer I'tllJKSDAY, -. IVh.2tt, 1P12, to help till I used Pucklen's Arnica Salve," he writes, "but this won Horn, I'fliniiiry 2(51 li, to Mr. deil'iil liealur soon cured nic." iniil .Mrs. Curl (Surrutt. near this Heals old, runninii sores, ulcers, c.itv a son Lnftiu Martin Gar- - boils, burin), cuts, bruises, ecifinia or piles. Try it. Only ii'i cents nt rot t. Dr. R. V. Pierce of lluRaloj author of the Commoh; Sense Medical Adviser, says " why docs not t'..c (armor treat his own 11c puts hack inpnos. body ns he treats the land lie cultivates. nlrnle what he takes out in crons. or the land would tfrow poor. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich.., will The farmer should put back into his body the vital clemcnji some riever forget his terrible exposaro rxvinted hv rider, nr liv illhcaltti induced liv of mV chronb (' DoClOT tin liavs. " tlio drcat VnlllC itlaoaan." to a merciless storm. "It rhvj nio, Pierce's Gulden Medical Discovery is in its vitaliiin power. It f,H ot strengtri phosphates which supply like a dreadful eold." he wiites, "that to the stomach and purity to the blood. It is crops. the The action of nature with the substances that build up the caused severe .pains in my chest, so Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Disit was hard for inu to breathe. A is due to its effect on tho stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition. spell A bilious eases that begin in the stomach are cured through the stomach. r.eisjhbor gave nie severt.l doses of is simply the result of cn effort made by the liver to catch up when I have found the ' Discovery ' to be unsurpassed as o liver regDr. King's New Discovery which and exhausted. ulator arid rich brought great relief. The doctor Miss Lottip. KAikf.i.y of IVrth. Kansas, p::v.: "I will hero ndl mytpstlmnny ald,I was on the verye of pneumo- of tho cir.'i!tlvonp:3 of your rotm-d- iipi n myw If. I was tnmMol with Indigestion for two yours or miro. Doctnrcd with ttiron different doctors boshies InKlmt numernia, but to continuu with the Dis- ous kinds of stomnch cures' hut nvehvd no permanent relief. I was run nn tho storn-accoiila not niitlit with covery. I did so and two bottles down, Was weak,sleep ateat scan elv tho al:i lit my chest. I causel hy frasm;arly all tlio could anything ll!ini:;h was htuiury Mloldwi Medical Discovleuati completely ruir,ed inc." Use only time. About im yearnnd a half auo 1lmttles taUlnit youreurel of stomach trouble. ery,' and after havlnt! taken several inn nuarlv we'"ht. without, illtre'is and h;vve sained lifteen tmiov's this quick, safe, reliable medicine Can now oat l:i your oud wurK." I thank ti ' " "r remedy and wih you al' suei for coughs, colds, or any throat on lung trouble. Price flOc and 81 00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed ny all dealers. over-workblood-maker." MAJV AND THE SOIL. h. first-clas- d Fruit and 5hade Trees! When in Need of : ) Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ) John Potts was in Cincinnati last week in the interest of his He'says the outtie business. look for timber is some better, and says that all kinds of busi-i- n the Queen city seemed to be on the pick-up- . Wesley Garrett, who moved from this citv last spring to Danville, has returned to Clay City to reside. We extend a most hearty welcome to Mr. Garrett, as he is a most honorable and upright old gentleman. We were incorrectly informed last week when we stated that Col. Perry had sold tho along with tho News. He only cold the News. He still and will owns the continue to edit and publish it. Sun-Spn-tinSun-Sentin- warn of the coming peril. NatureV Lexington, Ky. warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the baek warns you the Kidnejs need attention if ymi 5i would escape those dangerous ran OAPITAIi STOCK. SIOO.UOO adies, Dropsy, Diabetes, or Hright's fi SURPLUS AN I UN diease Take Electric Bitters at Irt DIVIIJ1CI1 PROl'lTS. UOO.OOO ence and see dackache fly and all V your best feelinus return. "My son received irreat bsnefit from their ue for kidney and bladder troud & ov WiNcifHTBit, Ky. le." writes Peter Rondv. South KockuoOil, Mich. "It is certainly a S N.HotLy WiTirV:iisiooN, PaKH, irreat kidney medicine." I t it. 50 2 W. H. Sl'HAK, Oasuibr. ' enU'at. all dealer?. S; I Shocking Sounds FREE CATALOG. NO AGENTS. in the earth are sometimes heard before a terrible earthquake, that H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Cooking or Heating Stoves, jj Go to or Write U ; as Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, S Winchester Bank, 'A Winchester, I - Ky. 153X71 n 5 YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITKD t3 Blamed a Good Worker. "I blann d my heart for severe distress in my Itifi side for two years," write W. Evunt-- , Danville, Va., "but I know now it was indigestion, ah Di King's New Life Pills completely cured me." Best for ONE tho thrnat of a "ir'apry chicken destroys tho worms n5 F.ive the chick's life. A f ' ilrop In the drinking watei r AJ A A. A it. Jf. i. A Jl J.P.HAUPPIN, Watchmaker 5 s Stop! Look! Tiisten! Jeweler. stomach, liver and kidney troubles constipation, headache or debility. 2.ric. CURES and GAPES at all dealers. whito diarrhoea, roup, choler ajd ot!r chick diseases. t V All Hardwick & Co.'s llnrle nf Repairing on Fruit Trees Given Away. Bourbon PouKry Cure 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 of Tot is open until the Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. shov.M keep a bottle of Every poultry 'iit for frco sample this medicine un liatid and Uuoklct on "Diseases of Towls." AJJres. BEMfDY COUPMT, Lexicon, if. BOUBBON SOLD BY One 39c Bottle of rlcr W.h mrtA flL-- T Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- - 4 HON GUARANTEED. Line of Short Notice and Jewelry CLAY CITY, " TTTTT XA - & Spectacles. the Red ENTLCY. i CLEARANCE SALE. Ifyouwant to save money, notice the outprio-e- s below that we are giving during this Sale. Call and see me in ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KY. iti m 15th day of March, 1912. nillikan Business School, KY. Terms Cash. Those who come profor trees mast bring straw to BOOKKEEI'INO, SHORTHAND, tect the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tio down with. Trees can be safely transplanted during the win- This school has turned out hunter beason at any time when the dreds of men and women who Hoys co'i'o see ground is open. are successes. It willmuko what I have for you. a success of you. SUMMElt AITEES: Red lienoui, Early II irvest, Write for Catalogue. G. Sweet, Maiden Transparent, Blush, Red .1 line. FALL APPLES: N Spv, It. W II." r. I. Beauty, S. Beauty, (J. Golden, Wolf Ulver. Stayman WINTER APPLES; SPECIAL OFFER: r Mad to IIuiTiicm. ,trU)vW Wine S ip. Common WiunSaps, Bon macarouourvoruaiitcicKSii' Davis, (Juno, Stark, J. F. Winter, write Collection "M!? t!uit.t. .lohnathan, Smith Cider, Yellow Janet, Mjlam, Opolaseeiit, Russett, Wrttt Mention litis. Paper. Black Twigg, Greenville. 3 ifi ill' V rrrwrWrr 1 WWW LEXINOTON, $2.50 Women'sTrimmed Hats half price A Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 ii We tell vnu how. and mv h?st mArletf cl a .1 . t. -.- 1 riroa S I.. ,.i you inu.u;n uli--ii .i eruucummliialon lormcr-cSeanisi i J.K til mi d KeftrLiiiTsa'iy bank In L"U-- i rice Int. iv lie. Wnfljr weV;lv "31 Men's Fleece Lined Underwe ir, garments for U5c. Men's 11. CO. tiOc garments for JOc, fiOc M. SRnZL C SONS Kild-- 133 f ''latieltl.i:iil5Vlllt.K' In rUna, HIJt.', WOOL, 12.."i0. 18. 50 suits of clothes. fur 817.00 suits for 814.50 suits for 8.).50. $12.50 suits for $8.00. ijiS.OO suits for 85.00. Hoys' suits tit the same per cent. cut. Men's 84. DO corduroy pants at 82.75, 83.25 corduroy punts nt $2.25. .. Electric! Succeed when everything else falls. Ill' nervous prostratioa and female preakneMea they, are the eupreme remedy, as thousand have testified. H-4-y; HOME NURSERIES, J. B. ADAMS, Proprietor, k. p. u. No. 3 Richmond, Nursery at Waco, Ky, 'Phono Waco 1. 7-- SEND 10 CENTS 1 Bitters Dress goods, price 81.25 per yard nt 80c, 75 per ytuiknt 55c, 50o per yard at 35c, 27c per yard at V.K--, 25o per yard at lSo, 15c per yard at 10c, 10c per yard nt 7.c. Standard Sewing Mucliines, price ;50.(I0 nt e'25.00 at 17.50. Ky. rtimlm or tM p?M. oih- - w.ii m. Mis ilubitt lb hti wk'ii u ettit, 7i u a a. wejeyfi .jorttT fcuJAa. i tu A' m. k ia the best medkiae ever sold over a druggieVa counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. ( V NOTES ME&DOWBROOK FARM i- v ways a" draw away from the wall, Mcintosh, Suda, 5G a adjoins leaving an air spaco that makes tho ildn Willoughby silage spoil. Noland, John, B. ndj. W. II, Nolfind There Is no better germ slayer than an ounce of carbolic acid added to a Powell, Richard, 50 o adj. Jas. Hodge, pall of whitewash. Give the walls and celling of tho hen house a good coat Hichardson, J.M, 1 Stanton lot Ing, working It in rather thick In all Tharp Wm. 150a adj G Caudell cracks and crovices. Watkins, Tilda, 100 a adjoins 2 24 0 07 Anderson Richard 1 Clay City lot Curtis Nannie 100 a 4 25 Ross Heirs B adj Rens Pattou 4 GG Walters Angelino 15 a 9 70 ). Ahscsscd by Supervisors Precinct No. 5. Farm Drain Tile 87 80 1 29 Make Your Wet Land Productive. 3 19 1 2!) ' CambrellGreon 100a ndj. W C. Abbott Heirs 3 a adj Willis Wooten 0 51 Kidd 04 It improves any soil. The fncrcuce Precinct No. 3. Cooper John 1 a ndj ch. lot 3 G2 in the valuo of the laud is many Anderson, Levi, 62 a adjoins times the cost of the tile The first Coxev Milt, 0 a adj V. S. Bal. 1 S2 John Ingram Roberts a 92 year's crop from, tiled land pays As Sheriff Powell County, I will body can do the work Precinct No. 4. Howard Davis55aadjMoreIiead 5 55 for it. Any on Monday, the 4th day of March, Hampton, David, GO a adjoins successfully. Write for particuGatewood Allace 7A a adj W. 1912 at the t 'ourt Iinute door in lars or ci'll ut out plant. " P Johnem $4 20 II. Kidd 4 35 Winter Is coming, bnttn tne cracKs btanfm, Kentucky, between Hie James, Luther76a adj H Morton 5 22 Brick & Tile Red Garrett Sanfnrd 8 a adj J. M. hours nf 10 o'clock a. m nnd 4 Meadows, E .f , 50a adj. lelvin Kennon, 5 21 Sour milk Is caused bv dirt and Company, Morton 4 35 Hustin Heirs B o'clock p. m. sell to the highest warmth. adj P Johnson 4 57 and best bidder for cash, the ( KENTUCKY. STANTON, PattonMaggielOOandjCCLaneo 33 Kidd J S. B 4 57 What water Is to a persoL a dust hnvinjr dtPcniipd property or so Sons. Abe. B., wij. Jas. Sons 3 95 Trumbo Heirh, 2i 97 much thereof as may be necessary bath Is to a hen. Townsend, Wm , 100 a adjoins to satifv the taxes duo thereon for T. C. HALL, S. P C. 5 28 Din Townspnd See that your fowls are absolutely the year 1011 Sale to cover penal Very Serious TownsendJF, 5a adj.WmRicc 8 80 free from vermin. interest and costs. ty, Wright John 7a adj WS Va68on2 9!) It la a very serious matter to ask OVER 66 YEARS' Precinct No. i. If tbo feathers are to be sold, ducks for one medicine and have the Precinct No. 5. EXPERIENCE Baker, W. M.. 20 acres, adjoin must be dry picked. wrong one fjiven you. For this 83 S 3.15 Bellis J. T, N. R. 1 Clay Cy lot ing Albert Easter, reason we uro you in buying to There Is profit In breeding turkeys Brener, J. M. N. R. 52 a 1 29 Daniel, C F., 3 Clay City lots 4 37 be careful to get the genuine up to the fifth year Gra'vitt, Allen, liAii adj. Jeff D N R. 35 a ad- Dawson, J McKinney 3 3. joiniiii' John I'iuu 10 73 BLAck-drTugH- T The value of butter Increases as MuncyRoht 4a adj J W Woolery3 05 i rade iy1arks the quality Improves. 2 5l D.aniel, B. S., B. Designs Neal. Caroline, 3 Clav City lots 4 7G liver Medicine Copyrights Ac Everman, Sarah 50a adjoining A good horseman never trots a Anrono nenrtlnir a nkctrh and description mnr 1 92 Neal, Ed., 3 Clay City lots 4 78 D. B. Hudson quickly ancertaln our opinion free whether au draft horse, even when bo has no The reputation of this old, reliahiTentlon U probably patentable. Communion. Tracy. Alga, 1 Clay City lot 2 G5 antit frim. (lldflit ifMirr for acurlntr onraieniB iionaamciirconoaeiiiiiu. HflNUUUUn, Dntpntn. Everman, Richard 45 a adjoin- ble medicine, for constipation, inload. digestion and liver trouble, is firm1 28 TAlentf taken tbroush Mumi & Co. recelre Joe Tavlor Welters, Boss, 330 a adjoins J. ipeeiat notice, without charge. In the ly established. It docs not imitate Laying hens need from 15 to 25 llensley, Fulton 10 adjoining W. Frazier 7 93 other medicines. It is better than Scientific per cefcit meat scraps added dally to others, or it would not be the fa4 00 Tom Baker Precinct No. 6. A btndaomelr lllnnlrated wMklf. T.arseat elr their mash vorite liver powder, with a larger arif tclentiuo Journal. Terms. 3 a King, W. M 100 a adjoining Holmes Heirs 25a adj WF Wise 1 93 cnlatlon of months, L Soldbjall newsttcaloni. salo than all others combined. Tear: four 1 53 Snow Creek Don't feed hay or other forage, SOLD IN TOWN Jackson WL2G5a adj GW Clark G 50 HUNN&Co.36,B'Mi""' New York F2 which will raise a dust, before or dur Rich. .1 M. 2i Draoch Offlce, 6M F BU Wublngton, D. C. 3 95 McKinney Heirs, 2G5 a adj. G. ing milking. G5 Roundtree. M. M 1'j W Clark 3 87 5 21 U L., B. Reed, Noah Jr, 62a adj. Dock musty or mouldy feeds Daniel. Tainted, SUtWRY OF L. & E. TipiE TflELE. Precinct No. a. should never be served in the dairy Barnes 6.50 West-HounEffective May 28,1911. herd rations. Byrnes, V M Jr 1 Stanton StrangeDan Ga adj Jas. Strange 3 95 4 91 lot No. 3. No. 1, SamsJ H, N It 40a adj D Barnett 1 29 No. 2. No. 4, The best market for skim milk on Dunaway Willis 100 a adjoinStations. the farm Is afforded by good dairy Daily. Daily. Daily. Precinct No. 7. Daily ing Wm. Ncal 5 21 calves and quick growing pigs. Helton Roht 50a adj J To wnsend 3 82 Gilbert Lum (5 a adjoining P. M. P. M. A. M. A. M. 4 57 Knox Carl, 90a adj Sid Knox 5 21 B. Tharp, If the cream In the churn foams up and runs over, the churn Is too full Hatton, Alex 24 adj G Martin 3 95 McKiiabb.las. 2a adj.K.U. Co. 4 02 1:35 Lexington, 7:20 5:35 8:50 or the cream Is Improperly ripened. 8:0:3 8:05 , 4:50 A'inchester, Hatton, J II 100 a adj T Kos 8 u2 Wilkerson DM,, B adjSandlick 12 83 2:17 4 :37 L. & E. Jnnction,"- -i 2:35 7:51 8:18 PrejitectlNo. 8. 'Simply because a calf Is given her Hjitton Geo , B. adj. Tim i 4 :22 7 :37 2:49 Indian Fields, 8:32 1 81 Hatton balance not ration iPfmllK.far -- day.Ashle, W H, 1 Suntun lot 6 14 3: 05 8 :50 CLAY CITY", 4:05 7:19 signify that she does not need water Hanks, John 15 a adj. Warn Friend Sidney, 0adjOviKnox3 93 3:15- 7:10Stanton, 9:00 3:56 also. 2 84 Martin 3:21 Rosslyn. 7:05 3:51 Frazier, Mary, .110 a adjoins 9:5 u adj. Cliff 3:28 0 :59 3 :45 Filson, 9:12 1 42 r. Jonuson, Cholera and other diseases of swine Jones, T. C. 100 G 33 .Martin (i :43 3 :47 9 :27 3 :30 Campton .Tnnctlnn, attack herds which are In poor condl Howell Ed, N. II. B. adj. Jas. 6 :40 9 :32 3 :25 Natural Bridge, tlon and consequently most suscep Johnson, Zelda 100 a adjoins Howell 2 50 3 :52 4:04 tible. :25 Torrent, 0:44 2 56 3:12 James Martin Howell Louis Sr. 20 a adj (5:03 2 :51 Beattyville Jet, 4:25 10:04 LanihVm,B adj. FWilloughby 4 15 3 29 P.Howell Prune out old canes of raspberries Lsiriso, Jcrtho, n adj. O. & K. Junction, 5:19 10:57 1:57 5:10 1 03 Harris Ben 75 a adj. John and blackberries and burn them Thiu 1 1 :05 1 :50 5 :25 5 :05 Jackbon, Mcintosh, W.C. 3 Clay Cy lots 4 80 3 G2 the hills to three or four shoots. CulAshley 11 :25 Quicksand, 1:25 1 tivate, and add some manure to the M u rt i n Weed 75a adj J F Martin 5 2 .Mcintosh Joseph N. II. 75 a soil CONNECTIONS. 2 5G adj Weed lipton Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make connection nt Lcxinuton witi Rtberts Wm. 35 a adj Wm. The red mites or lice do not stay on the L. Sc. K. for Louisville, Ky. 'N. 3 will make connecting A new kind of cane Unit 3 94 Baker the fowls during the daytime, but with tho L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. hide In cracks during the day, sallyDOUBLES THE YIELD Spencer I) C B. adj IraProfitt 6 50 ing forth after dark to seek their CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4. will make co.. of Molasses and improves the Qual prey ueotinn witti Mountain Central Railway toand from Camptnn. ity luu per cent. aioiasses cienrtr iim mmXM BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos.'l, 2"and 3 will make bet-- . WlWlslfflr Orchardlsts who have never used than any other kind and much with the I & A. Railway for Beattyville. MAS no other WSJ 12 Ol lil "H dynamite should be sure to get all ter tasted. Once planted O. & K.; JUNCTION: Trails Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will 11 ak com possible Information from the manu- kind of cane will ever be grown on -tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel ('in, Ky. nml facturers of the explosive before at- your place for syrup. Price $1.00 tempting to use it. O & K. stations. per gallon for seed. If not more than pleased will refund your mon CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Pasxeneer Auenc. If celery Is to be brought Into the J. W. MIZE, cellar for winter storage cut the top ey. Vaughn'ci Mill, Ky. toot, lift It from the ground and then Seed can lie seen and sample of with a strong knife cut off the branch Ing roots and most of the earth molasses examined ut tho Times fliee. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? Lousy fowls are necessarily weaker than fowls that are free from lice, and Because " '? NE" cha- TION, coverinK every rttrength and vitality are quite Im What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your field of tho world's thought, portant factors while the fowls are action and culture. The only womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the producing their new suit of clothes unabridged dictionary in new FOR Sheriff's Sale Sudio Groomes 93 Anderson II. H. off Colored List. 5 a adj Sara py fleld.into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, turn that low, wet, useless, liy the use of drain tile you can swam- 411 surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. properly placed, not only carries olT TAXES. River American. . Eust-Bouii- d. ' lt-d- - (ijiiKtl!l cou-nnctio- n Oil WebsterS New Dictionary , International Are You Nervous? McCall's Magazine For Women and McCall Patterns many yeora. If your fowls have the range of the I'.clds and orchards and can pick up a number of Insects and worms dally, you will not need to bother much about the meat supply In tbo rut Ion The raising of poultry on the farm or In conjunction with fruit growing, can be made very profitable with the same kind of management that Is devoted to raising good stock or good Kraln. Have Mare Friendi than any other atieins. McCall's niufrciaino or is tho reliable Fashion GuIiIq monthly tu 0:10 m:!..ou ono hundred j deflnei over 400,000 Became Z. . U'orc; acre than. ever beloro upponrod between 'two covcrj. 2700 1'jgua. Cooo show-- 1 thousand linn rt. ljrull tho laiw.1 dubin-- ot Ml Call brimful of Patterns, each tp riding Mi t sUtios.mhI helpful .formation iu. umncn. 1 Sara Montr -i u ly ju r- Keep In Style ty suh. tieU.-i- Everything should be kept as clean on the little chicks' feeding floors as if it Is on the floor of the kitchen. If this Is done the little birds wtll never have gapes or many of the chicken diseases. MeCll Ptllrrii l.t.d 1... fiiupiicuy, fU'e. ni'U iHiinntr told. llun ai.y ll4i d.jlm tc'l MclUll iMticn h'gUr tluu it!itrt-MmfinU-J. rc tjrtut. liu ta.ru your uV4lii,irljy null from I muii riiitnu ucc cir. Inrliiaii'C any one In lI Became 11 14 the na7v dictionary witi tho new divided pato. A "Stroke ot Oenlua." Became Jt Bn encyclopedia in T5SI a shiKlo oitune. PS ,s aooopted by tho Because i! Courts, Schools and Preia aa tho ouo Lcpreme u- . hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take' Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. utlirri laoriiy. Became ho wno Jmowa wia. fiuevonH, Lot u tell you about tula new work. Cardui Woman'sTonic Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near mc. I iiad fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose Af Cardui helped mc. Now, I am entirely cured of ttie tainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." it is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist. Write to: ladles' Advisory Dept. Clultuioogi Medicine Co., Ciuttinooia, Ttnn., book, "Home Treatment lor Women. ' tcntlree. J SO for Sprr'iitJnstruclitns, andH-paj- c McCALL'3 MAGAZINE 2311.248 V. 371b St., New York City muUm ui C C. MIRRIAM CO,, NUlAtri. mi ber to cut If you are feeding clover, rememdown the bulk. This is a hearty food and you, cant use as much of It as you can of timothy without doing your horse harm. In filling a silo attention must be Klven to the outer edges, for when the I1iik tx'Rlno to settle there Is al ri, tMf tut tUiMi. tifut mtfi. Vm. .Afe mite AND HIDES AND II0HE3T KAtUT PIKZ rAiu ros iaw ruxa mfM, VdolOoaimlMka. pck4UtiacatiwlsrUUa4 KSTABLISHVP 183T Writofcf JOHN WHITE t OOm Louuavuxs. Kx.