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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 7, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912030701_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.): March 7, 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. (b THE CLAY CITY TIMES. SUM fi Year in Ailvanw. We arc here to kelp Clay Citf. the Snrronniing Coantry and Ourselves. 1. E. Burgher, Publisher. vol. xvi r. (live Us a Say-swe are to be in Since o. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY t lie Sev- MARCH 7, 1912. (Tust Work Roads Early. NO. JO chariot in the morning by t&h bright light and Lakes had sun his way to liberty. Ri6hmonl. Pautagraph. Wm. McCutcJienn were married February 24th at Sardis, Miss. enth Congressional district and The bride is the daughter of .Mr. a Demo- and Mrs. John W. Chailin t lie Seventh is to have who cratic primary election the Kith formerly resided in this city. of tliis inontli, Powell would like The groom also formerly lived in to have a say in helping to make this city with his parents. Mr. John McOutcheon, who the nomination. It seems to and Mrs. at Beattyville. now live tne Times tliat the early calling: of this primary was prompted by Sells Farm. Cantrill, the incumbent and asJ. B. Eaton sold all of the pirant, for the nomination, in or- Hoskins tract of laud lying on der to cnt out any counties com-in- g the side of the road that the into the district by the action blouse is situated to II. G. of the present Legislature. Hav- Orabtrce lor $1800. Mr. Crab-tre- e IB :i line man whom we ing this in our minds as we do we would' like, to pet a crack at will be glad to welcome among Cautrill, but want it to be in us when he moves in a short is n nephew of Assestime. favor of Harry Shoberth of sor G.He A. Crabtreo of this Woodford county instead of any county. Republican that can be named. Road Case Settled. We want a vote in the primary The road caso on Hardwick's and hope the parties in power will not neglect to give it to us. creek in which the county sought to widen the road along J. W. The Wilson Articles. Burgher's place was settled MonWe this week publish an ani- day in which the county pays on the life and career of Gover- him $200 for a road 0 feet wide nor Woodrow Wilson, of New and 800 feet long alongside the Jersev and one of the Democrat- creek. The county is to furnish We the necessary wire to fence the ic aspirants for President. will later publish other articles land. of this like The Times is not for The bank clearings of LexingMr. Wilson, but as he is one of ton for 1011 amounted to $50,000.-00the Democratic Presidential pos00 being an increase of 25 per sibilities, and he is furnishing us cent, over 1910. The clearings this matter gratis, we will pub-lis- of Lexington are larger than those a limited quantity of it as of any other city the size of Lexour space will admit. ington in the United States. 0 h Wins Bit; Land Suit. Judge Benton while acting as Special Judge, of the Breathitt Circuit Court last week decided an important case in passing upon the title to'about 1,000 acres of valuable coal and timber lands in Breathitt county which decision was very ijenelieial to two of our former Powell county citi ens, Jerome fckidrnore and hi.; attorney, O. Fr Spencer, both of whom now reside at Winchester. County Attorney M. A. Phillips says ho will use drastic measures with the road overseers of this county in order to get them put the roads in the best condition possible With the means they have at their command, early in the spring. As soon, in fact, as conditions of the ground and weather will permit. Good for the Judge! SPOUT SPRING. is Feed is high in these parts and getting very scarce at any Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinne; price. spent a few days with relative-in Irvine the latter part of tho t Skidmoreiiad purchased the land from the.party claiming the samebv nroniissory title, but dis covered after e had purchased, given a bond that his vendor for title to another ncrson. and that there wntja suit pending to enforce the performance of the Mr. bond. Mr. Rkiil more 3f nmit!ovrd Mr. Spencer to conduct his side of the case which haseon pending since March 1905. The decision defects the bond, denies its enforcement and leaves in pos session with title. The property .. i r. r is vaiueu at mini il uuriy iu iury thousand dollars, and it is said that Mr. Spender's fee in the case will be one of JIthe largest ever paid an attorney iu this section of the State. A? Mn-kidmor4. L Draws Letter on Roosevelt. Sues for Interest in Land. Olivia French, of this county, has filed suit in the Montgomery Circuit Court seeking a sale of the lands of the late Henry C. Hall of that county, valued at about $00,000, and as serting ownership to an undividof the estate. Mrs. ed French is a daughter of Mahlon. G. Hall, deceased, and a neice of Henry C. Hall. Mrs. one-thir- d Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Daniel, of Lexington, visited relatives in t li is city a short time the first tit the week. The Sick Mrs. J. W. Williams is very sick this week. Judge Fletcher is confined to his room with stomach trouble. Roosevelt's denial that the Taft Administration had rea- ton to believejbe would not be a candidate injiuz caused the Taft foHowetfVogive to the presB a letter dated June 27, 1911, and written by Roosevelt himself, in which he implied that ho would again support Presi dent Taft, and would not be a candidate. Col. Winter weather continues with week. us with but little indications of Spring being near. Plenty of J. T. Wright has bought of C. snow has also been with us again C. Daniel, Jr. his farm on Hardwick's creek for $;J,:00. Possesfor the past several days. sion at once and Mr. Wright i t Sung His Way to Liberty. moving there. A man named Lakes had been T S. McKinney has bought tho indicted for disturbing religious half interest of his partner, worship, the specific complaint being that his singing was not Franklin Morgison, in the stock alon-- i satisfactory "he sang too fast." of goods here and will go it in the business. When the case has been called Asa Todd returned Sunday two or three times and it seemed impossible to get the witnesses, from Winchester where he ha I Judge Benton with a wisdom been with his mother, Mrs. Nanthat would have done credit to nie McKinney, who has been in Soloman, suggested that he bo very poor health this winter. allowed to sing before the jury A move will be made to chango and they could decide whether the road from Plum creek behis singing was calculated to tween here and Clay Citv and break up a meeting. Common- get it up on the bank on the Eswealth's Attorny Crutcher for till side where it is well drained. the prosecution, and Judge Rice, The right of way can be had from for the defense, readily agreed Elder G W. Mcintosh, who owna and Issues was called for. He the land, at none other cost than said he was a little hoarse, but the fencing. taking the matter 'would do his best." seriously, He ran- sacked his pockets, found an old hymn book, squared himself before the jury and sang five verses without economizing voice or time. It was the general verdict that a congregation that couldn't keep step with that singing was too slow to mount the golden SWEETCLOVER A ereat fertilizer, and a hardy, vigorous foruge plunt for hay and pasture. Will grow in any kind of soil, even very rocky places. Can he sown without plowing in winter and early spring. Circular and priced BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Chaflin AlcCutcheon. J. II. Burgher who has been quite ill since the first of the year, is thought to be slowly Watchmaker Jeweler. m Miss Maybell Chailin and Mr. m WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 g! New Fall Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Ill Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and easonable Terms. SATISr AC ION GUARANTEED. 4, Line of .j, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full linj) of General Merchandise and I mi 7 ill fxr WHbllJ -- "I" the Red EN1LCY. ball and see me in Kiver Hotel Building, ;lay CITY, are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! Saving Money. We are dealer; established firices. and cau do BSTTBK for you than agents or commission In Lou- s. References any bank isville. Wrlle for we Icly price list. coft in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will ajsobe included a lot of You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round roine day and give uur place a look through and let us price you some of our M. SABCL 3J HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first "osiers E. Marlet IL lOUISVIllE, W In FUna, WOES, WOOL. 4 SONS goods.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. save some served. SHIMFESSEL'S. Electric Bitters I I ; 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'' Succeed when everything else fells. In nervous prostration and female Weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as taousaaeta have testified. for kidneyIliver and STOMACH TROUBLE r t is taa beat rnsdtoine aver sold wuuuvvii OVfTauiuKme Query: Since the protectionists declared that Schedule K, y which places a heavy tax on woolarticle of en clothing sold in the United VEKY TUUHSDAT. FUUUSHKI States, was passed "solely" to Subscription rates $ I a year or three "protect" tho workers in the years in ndvance 82. woolen industry, and since these workers are receiving absolutely J E. Burgher, Publisher. why no protection whatever, Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. should the American people longer tolerate Schedule' K? March 7, 1912. THE TIMES. Thursday, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the' following papers at "nrires below mentioned : The 'I'imes and Courier-Journ- ai i HU 'incinnati Enquirer l.oiiisvillo Herald Home and Farm 1 1.10 90 75 " American Farmer 1.00 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 bind Fanner The woolen trust, having would found l hut bayonets not compel its $6, $7 and $8 n week workers to cull off their strike, is now utilizing the hiin ger of little children us a club to force the parents to return to work at u reduced wage. Hnre is how the trust is work itig us new scheme : Many charitable organizations in cities adjacent to Laurence, wheie the strike is in progress, after reading ol i he desperate si raits to which the strikers children hud been reduced, made arrangements to have hundreds of these children cared for in private homes outside of Law reiice until the strike ended (Jixler tins pluu, many children were sent wu, some to New York and Boston, and some as far away us Philadelphia. With the knowledge that their children were being cared for tenderly, the mothers and fath ers back in Lawrence gained courage to carrv on the fight. Freed from hearing their own children crying for bread, the strikers took renewed hope. What happened? The trust magnates, realizing that ifull the the little children were sent a way from Lawrence the strikers could longer endure the struggle, it once issued orders to the servile police and militia commanders to put a stop to the deportation of children. They knew that where bayonets, persecution, unlawful imprisonment, and all other ordinary weapons of big corporations in fighting the unions might fail, there remained one thing which the atrikeres could not long resist, and that was; the cry of their own children for food. These millionaires knew that where strong men and women could sillier in silence themselves, they could not long bear to see their children sutler. t Accordingly, there wus issued an edict against sending the chil dren awuy where they could ob tain food. Immediately a squad of state soldiers was sent to each railroad station, and when the strikers arrived with their chil dren many of them were seized mid thrown into jail. Diabolical us this may seem it actually is being done, not in Russia, but right here in these I'nited States. The woolen trust is the most highly protected of all trusts. It makes millions of dollars annually in profits on stock that is watered until it is soggy, and it is the same trust which refuses steadfastly to listen to the plea of its men for a conference to I talk over wane dtllerences. heir to. It enters into the constituency of far too many otherwise good people. A sad story of what, temper alone will do is exemplified in a Christian county home on Inst Sunday, when in an hour after the head of the family had reverently invoked the blessings of the Father of us all upon his family which embraced n dear wife and ten lovely children, he lay upon u cot a corpse from a pistol shot at the hands The Need of Courage of his own fair daughter and his Most of our Powell county wound people are lacking in what they son lay by his side with a in his arm. should be the strongest if our aim This family loved each other is to build ourselves and our and respected each other, but county up into the world. That one thing they had failed to do, is courage and tempWhen one of our men emigrates and that was to curb their unthottghtedly spoken to another county, they usually er. One take the lead in everything that word by the father at the dinner table enraged the beautiful and makes that county a When they get popular twenty year old daughif such it be. there they don't pause to wonder ter, which was taken up in an if it is best to do one thing or instant by the irate father, and another, but go to work with a this led from bad to worse until vim and help to accomplish the daughter had fired the fatal things. They are not stingy with shot, that lay her father a corpse their money if it is to build a on the floor, and her younger church, school, road, or any other brother accidentally wounded. public improvements. They an Hute( for her father down into their pocket and dig gave way and her shrieks and out the necessary cash. And in cries were pitiful, but it was too The deed was dotie in their svstem of farming or any lute. other line of business, they are haste, but the girl was not altogether at fault. 'I he father had with the men that lead. Why cannot Powell county failed to subdue his temper, and people be so progressive while also had failed to subdue the living in the county of their birth temper of his daughter ut the is a mystery to the writer. We proper time. This family is not reported to must take courage, have faith be a family lurking in wicked-uess- , and go to work with a vim that but is credited as being a will accomplish something both family of leading social and morfor ourselves and our county. We should remember that our al standing. They had running county need no longer be any- at large in their home what too thing other than what we make many other Christian famines it. With scientific methods of have temper. This should serve farming it. is possible to improve us a lesson to us all who should our land so it will grow big crops adopt in our homes the impor of corn, wheat, tobacco and etc. tant slogan, 'JCurb your temp. We should study this proposition er. and start to work in this direc The State Board of Equuliz tion this Spring. Start with tiou will have 'o soon get busy confidence and never cease to as they have some doctoring n persevere until some visible re- do this year to some of our ins: sults appear. Let us grow crops Bluegrass counties that show so this year that will build up oui ev-erself-relian- dency. From now on the presses will have to work overtime in order to keep tab on tho utterances of tho loquracions aspirant for a third term. Bowling Green Times-Journ- al. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a yreat many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by counstantly failing to cure with local treatment, it incurable. Science lms has proven catarrh to be a disease mid therefore requires constitutional treatment. const!-tntional Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea, spoonful. It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any ease it fails to cure.. Send for circulars and testimonials! Address : F. J, Cheney & Co , Toledo, O, Sold by Druggists, 7o, Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. SEEDS 1 1 1 1 &n ce. r, km U "JIM"- - (mi soup kf. rrlaMl, R.J lik ,. PAMnuc; fini.i rr.TinN an. t.. we will semi iKintpaUl , FOR 10 CENTS our , . , . . , , and other Infectious esies . Cnres and PrirtsU. OnenUc bottle mikes 11 val. lions ol medicine. Sold by leading dranists. Circulars and Samples Free cholku, mm, dif w Sl.Ofl writs today I 5.11.1 II) rant, t? ntn pay paataf and paeklnff and rerHv tla M "raDmna Collection," with oar Nw and ln.triKi;tu flaMtn llolda pk.Kar1rArrii.lt,.tratinara I . rmlbrtiall,rkrtfllii'. il Tsrtetlai CI.aU Mo..r .... , special errcM . lo. . M . ll . 10a .VortlirrnOrownEeeda. Frth, Reliable, .'lira Guaranteed to Please Every Oarn ner and Planter iI:onlil test the nunorlnr merits nf Our M t Bourbon Ilemnly Company, LtuijtoS,tT. ftbGREAT 1363 NOltTllIJUN SKfcl) CO. Bose St. Knrkfmit. Illinois itn-tant- WHILE ON LADIES' OUR SALE CLOSED ON THE 20th, WE STILL MAKING ATTRACTIVE PRICES SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS, BOYS' SUITS AND PANTS, DRESS GOODS. MILLINERY, HATS, CAPS, AND SHOES. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE. land as well as grow a tnone, crop, frovide more grass to meadow and pasture, have mor stock to eat it. Start now t raise everything possible on ou farm, that can be grown there that we will need to eat, an provide something always to 6el to buy that which we must hav that cannot be produced on th MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. farm. Then when we have time t spare, let's put it in on our prem ises1 trying to beautify them, an on our roads along where we live, in everything Let's be Unit makes a live country, and country we are not ashamed U: cull home. We can't do it all it a day, but we can start in a da and let this be the day we start. te Temper. Temper is. one of the greatest ills that the human family ii B3 HOPE is an asset of real wo ffl A CLEAN, STRONG, $ MILLS IO.OTJJ3 After Christmas When the New Year ArriVeS the opportunity to do should appeal to a got Clay City National it is the general ciodnm to leave ntf u'l bud habit unci :iciiiire new and better ones. One of the bent to get and an eany One to retain. In the hubit nf uing lVnrl Hour. Von will lliul it the lie?t o(i evi-- ii.id 8 m Clay City Mfe'Q by- and thnmughlv fiitlxfactory t .r purpose, and it use will muui come a C'UJtOUf, it'll be- J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ey, Till; AN' TIMES. I'AFKR i I .1. K. White, of Kicliinoml, Another one of the splendid formet editor of the Estill Herstatements of (he Clay City Hunk is published in this ald, was in the city Tuesday. issue of the Times. Xu-ifional Housework is drudgery for the weak woman. She brushes, dusts and scni&f , or is on her feet all day attending to the many details of the household, her back nch by Dr. I'ierce'i Favorite Prescription, and as Mrs. Briggs and others testily Housework. Drudgery I Several of the bovs were sold tit Stantmi Monday for ta.vs. MKUI, KH.KV1T.KS. 'Sheriir Hall finds that uiviim do-- I liniiients further time is not very TIIl'U.SDAY, .... Marrli 7, 1HI2. much appreciated and says he thinks he will hold the sale next The Ki'v. W. I. Fry mini, .if year in .Ituiuary. West- Liberty, was with Jiis broth-cr- , Nineteen Miles a Second lcv. Louis Fryman Friiluy without n jar. shock or disttiib:ince, and tSatunhy. is the awful speed of our eiirth (J. 0. )am'i'l, .lr. hiivini: sold through space. We wonder at such his rami at Vaughn's Mill is ease of nature's movement, and so moving this wck to tins Hit son do those who take Dr. King's New place In pinvliused last fall on Life Pills. No griping, no di.Hress, Snow i:puk. ju-- t through work that brings good Perry liuildcii and Miss Win- health rmd fine feelings, 25 cts at nie Treadwcy wore married last all dealers. week in l.ce county. Mr. Had-deThe sawmill of the Forman was reared in' this city where Earl Company, n Detroit, Mich., he lived with hi3 itrundfather, Heidelberg, six linn, localed-a.lames .F. Clark, hut now resides miles below Beat.tyville on the in Clark county. Kentucky river, was completely Insurgent. Senators who arc for destroyed by lire late Sunday former President Koosevelt are niirht. Loss from $.'0,000 to ji o in it i partly insured. The origin of to stir up a row in the Senate, it is said, over the the lire is unknown. use of Federal patronage by the (Jlorious News They threaten to President. Dr. J, T. Curtis, comes from hold ii appointments in SouthDwight, Knn. He write? not ern States. only have cured bad cases of Urey Woodson, secretary of ma in my patients with National Democratic Committee, Bitters, but also cured myself by has riven out a statement rela- them of the same disease. I feel tive to the alleged extortion by sure they will benefit any cae of the hotels of Baltimore in con- eczema " This hnwp what thounection with reservations for sands have proved, that Electiic delegates to the National Demo- Bitters is a most effective blood purifier. Its an excellent remedy for cratic Convention eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, was boili- - and running sores Ii stimubridge question The brought up at the regular meet lates liver, kidneys, and bowels, iim of the Council Friday night. expel poisons, helps digestion, The matter was postponed for build- - up the strength. Price 50 another month when it is to be cts satisfaction guaranteed v ill hoped that those interested in dealers the project will have more money mude up to help the city. I n t $40,-000 11 i ALL --Kepels Attack of Ddatli. in)!, her temples throbbing, nerves quivering under the stress ol pain, possibly dizzy feelings. Sometimes rest in bed is not refreshing, becaus 3 the poor tired nerves do not permit of refreshing sleep. The real need of weak, nervous.women is satitficd : IIO.MK-MAD- "Five years ago two doctois told me I had orjly two years to live." This startling statement was made by Stillman Creen, Malachite, Col. "They told me I would die with consumption. It was up to me It Makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Well. This "Prescription" removes the cause of women's weaknesses, heals Inflammation and ulceration. It iranqullltes tMe nerves, emcouraies the appetlta and induces restJul sleet). Dr. Pierce is perfectly wiling to let everyone know what his " Favorite Prescription" contains, a complete list of in. grcdicnts nn the bottlcwrapper. Do not let any druggist persuade you that his unknown composition is "just as goui" in order that he may make a bigger profit. Mm. ItiiA.n.r. limnns.of rsa N. Washington St..TVl!ho, Ohio, write: ' I la vim? Nikon your ' Kavnrito Proscription; for a bad caso of intestinal clfsoaso und constipation with woman's UN, for whlnh I was almost tinablo to do I think I urn Mifo In sayiiifr that tliorn arc no remedies Prescription and in tho world Iil;u Dr. l'iercn'rt Purifying Lotion Tahlots.' I am now enjoying tho liostof healtli. and thank Dr. Picrco for his wonderful medicine v.liich lmo donn mo n world of Rood." Dr. Pierce's Picasan' Peilf- - "'"lato liver and bowels. then to try the best lung medkine and I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It was well I did, for today I am working and believe I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure that has chented the grave of another victim. " lis folly to suffer with coughs, colds or other throat and lung troubles now. Take the cure that's safest. Price 50 cents and 81.00. Trial bottle free at all dealers. any-thlii- R. Mas. Bitiuca. Fruit and Shade Trees! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Grnpe Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies,- - Phlox. Everything For When in Need of Builder's Hardware, 1 Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ORCHARD, LAWN and QARDEN. NO AGENTS. I FREE CATALOG. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write ' J H JJj ec.e-Electr- ic H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. g K. $ CAPITAti STOCK. SIOO.OOO HIJHl'LUSANBUN- IJ1VIDEO PKOFITS. 1X11, iiOO.OOO !"2 Grubbs & Benton, 4 2 I pu Cor. Main and Broadway, p P Winchester Bank, $ Ol WlNCHSTKR, KV. IT. g Winchester, - Ky. IlaUT WlTllKRSPOON. PlIKN, W. R. k Oahiiuik. '4 YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITIOD To Mothersand Others. You can use Huckletis Arnica S:dve to cure children of eczema, and rushes, tetter, dialings. ncal crusted humors, as well as their ac injuries. cuts, burns, cidental bruise, etc., with perfect safety. Nothing else heals so quickly. For boils, ulcers, old. running or fevei 25 sores or piles it hus no equal cts at all dealers. V VV m. V ,m, i"i X "F V V V V V V x itt Jli A A A A r Wwr if 'V 'V if V 'V ti 'w if 'r Ji 'V 1 down tlie throat of a "eapey" chicken destroys the worms nad saves the chick's life. A f w dropi in the drinking watei I 5 j.p.fiAtJPPtNrt T i larx s YvaunmaKcr Stop! Look! Listen! 4 ! CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, choler aud other chick diseases. Jeweler. Hardwick & Co.'si CLEARANCE SALE. 1 Fruit Trees Given Away. Bourbon Poultry Cure Fifty apple trees, three and four years old given to each person who buys 50 apple trees, all to he well aborted varieties named below. This offer is open until the Makes 13 Gallons ot Medicine. LeiiutOD, Kl. 6 One 50c Bottle of Kvery poultry ralcr should kwp a bottlo ol thin medicine on ''nnd Writo for free sample and Booklet on Diseases 01 iowis." iiaareis, gOUnBON REUEDY COUPiNY, All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- f ION GUARANTEED. Une of ewelry & Spectacles. .all and see me In the Red liver Hotel Building, SOLD UY ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KV. 15th day of March, 1912. nillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. Terms Cush. Those who come must bring straw to prolor trues BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, tect the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tie down with. Tree can ho safely transplanted during the win- This school has turned out ter season at any time when the tlied s of men and women u'i. ' Boys co'uo see ground is open. urn successes. It will make what 1 have lor you. a success of you. ;lay CITY, ENTLCY. If you want to save money, notice the cut pric es below that we are giving during this Sale. J Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 We tell veil how. and eav best market prices. We are dealers: established in Utt; andean do BBTTUKfor you than agents or commission user. Chan's. References any Dank in Louisville. Write for we Vly price list. WT.2M1 $2.50 Women'sTrimmed Hats half price Men's 'Fleece Lined Underwear, (jarments for U5o. Men's 00c garments foHOo, SOc) SUMMFjlt AlTlilSS; HmI Ueiioni, Early IJuvest, L Sweet, Maiden Transparent, Write for Catalogue Mush, lied .lune. FALL AITLKS: X. Spv, U, Jleauty, S. Beauty, (J. Golden, Wolf Klver. Stayman WINTKIt AlTLliS: Wine Sap. Common Wine Sups, Hen Davis, (iano, Stark. I. F. Winter, .lohuathan, Smith Cider, Yellow Janet, Milam, Opolasccut, ltussett, JJIack Twigg, Gieuiiville. tloilers in FUhs, M. SABCL 4 SONS 1 33 Mvkll tU IWISYIUE, IY t Hmt, WOOL. 11.50. tiuits for 85.00. Uoys suits ut the same per cent. rut. Men's $4.00 corduroy pants at 82.75, 83.25 corduroy pants ut 2.25. Dte6s Roods, price 81.25 per yurd ut 80c, 75c per ynrd at 55c, J0o per yurd at 35c, 27c per yurd at li)o, 25c per yard at 18c, 15o per yard at i0o, 10c per yard ut 7Jc. 817.00 suits for 18.50 buUs of clothes for tlS.50. for 80.50. 812.50 suits for S.0l. $8.00 814.50 suits ncrrER cr7ftiaLBuUrw. Atr.'alwU1 rw!a te niu jr to-ds- y; BUCLturssttessuccudi kalUI N i our pcruAuvbti eiuvou or. fu it Ue flnwt -Tanli I trltnald I o.u,., s bfM rui (i'1" 10 TO riXAHE. lTAKAtlTEi: SSilVVM IV whn evttythlug eUe falls. female weaknMM they art the supreme &HCCM4 Write Mention Oils Pw HOME NURSERIES, J. U. ADAMS, Proprietor, k. . 1). No. 3 Richmond, 1 Mfr pmiH u4 . SEND lO tod rvotivt tliU Tftlb. CENTS pMkioi Nettie, Ia acrvoua proattatioa and remedy, Bitters mm mm HHk mm Stundurd Sowint; tat 17.50. Machines, price $30.00 at 22.50, 125.00 Ky. H. W. "WWSVi Nursery ut Waco, Ky, 'Phone Waco 7L FOR KIDNEYlLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k to tb beat mMbjn ever cold over a druggtof counter. u tkoiuaada kava tMti&ed. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. all WILSON'S JIN dividual thought In traceable In every essay and book that ho wrote, but always regardful of the rights of oth era The reforms he has Inaugurated since he has been governor of New Jersey probably the worst corporation-ridden state In the union has put him prominently beforo the world. All over the country thoughtful men aro writing and saying that he will bo the Democratic nomlnco for the presidency when tho convention convene!) He Is by nature and next summer adaptation the fittest man for that office to be found In the United States. ihp trndltlor of Trlncelnn. lent townnl brenking up the relfelectlve clubs "It sounded it startling noto of democracy nnd pointed out broad ways by which the youth of the country could be brought of the country " up for the Young Men Look Up to Him. Woodrow Wilson has been an Inspiration to many young men who have looked up to him as a master of bis calling always helpful to others, as Individuals and as a body politic. He copies after no one and Inpilr-s-t for It UK L3S ONE-MAN 71 JUL gas ptpo and the plunger was an Iron rod with a leather valvo on the lower cud. This valvo when lowered allows the liquid to freely pass same, but when tho plunger Is raised It Is pressed out to the sides of tlio pipe by the weight of the liquidA box tank was used for hauling the liquid, arranged as shown. Tho liquid was first pumped in through tho top and when spraying same over tho clover or berrlea tho liquid wns allowed to escape through' a pipe In the rear end of the tank as shown at P. A lover arrangement controlled the flow by closing or opening tho pipe, F, with a wooden plus. In the Illustration 11 Is the manure pit, H, tlio drain tile, C the pump, D tho plpo leading from pump to tank, E controlling handle to lever, A the tank, P tho outlet r'ro from tank, G tho distributing box bored full of small holes, nnd I tho manhole to tank. It Is claimed for tho arrangement that the liquid manure Is much better than solids for grass, berries, etc., and that by using same the solid manure Is saved for other crops. cone-shaped GAPDEN By the use of dniin tile you run Oats do not make as good a nurso turn tlitit low, wet, uselesc, swamcrop for alfalfa as barley. py field into the most productive Provide tho tomatoes with a support spot on your fat in. (iixtd ti If. of some kind trellis or stakes. properly placed, not only carries nil" One of the best kinds of green l food for winter use is clover or nlfalfa surplus water, it admits air to und makes it easy to work. hay. Good time to get the manure plln It improves, any soil. The incrciiee out of sight and spread it over the in the value of the land is many fields. times tlie cost of tin; tile. The Hist Wheat responds to the ti3o of fori year's crop from tiled land pays tllizcrs mere rapidly than most farm for it. Any body can do the work crops. successfully. Write for particuThere aro many crops which may be lars or ?p 11 at out plant. sown In the spring and make excellent pastures. & Tile plow. tin-so1 Have a sharp steel cutter on the Padn ad Farm Drain Tile Notes 'Make Your Wet Land Productive. Good soil, good Attend the Institute. Do not fall to attend tho instltuto held In your community. The Institutes are for you. Tho men who speak tion aro essential points In growing good potatocs.S' To retain soil moisture a loose mulch of between two or three Inches is necessary. Wod ashes may bo applied at tho rate of 2ii to '50 bushels per 1,000 or 2,00ft 'io acre. sceagood cultiva- Red River Brick Company, STANTON, . KENTUCKY. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. Fr Wa reason ve urce you ia buying to be careful to get the genuine BLAck-dKgH- T INSPIRATION FARM AND GARDEN at Young Men of the Country May Well Look Up to Him as Master of His Calling. AS EDUCATOR AND EXECUTIVE El DERRICK IS HANDY lift- these Institutes aro practical farmers who have succeeded. While you know better than anyone else how to run your own farm, finding out how other people" do things will do you no harm, and you may hear something that will mean additional profits and pleasure to you. Use of Fertilizers. Good farmers use fertilizers for the permanent Improvement of their soils. Poor farmers use them to get a little more to sell from their impoverished soils. 0lEXPERIENCE iJkhhMdd OVER 66 YEARS' Plan Is Given for Making Practical Device for Lifting Heavy Logs or Weights of Any Kind. A plan for making a device for ing logs or weights of any kind is given by a writer In the Farm and Home and Is as follows: Get two planks eight feet long, as In Fig. 1, and bore alternate holes near each edge six Inches apart. Make a lever, us shown In Fig. 3. Bolt the two planks together at each end, Anyone fanning ni ketch and description tiiny nnlrklr uncertain our oixnlnii free wlirtlie mi itivoiitimi (4 nrnhnhlr tint en titbit). Coniniimlrn Uoua strictly contUIentful. HANDBOOK on I'm en t a Brut free Oldest otfency fur BecurlnjMuitent. Patents taken tnrnuuh Munn A Co. recelTC t pec ia I notice, without charge, lu the Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Liver Medicine The reputation of thb old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, i3 firmly established. It docs 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 i SCKMinc American, Ahnndnomelf IlItiKtrittM weekly. T.finrest Or dilation of any icicntlUo Journal. 0 crnn, 93 a renr; four months, $L Soul by alt tie wed color. In Particular, His Record as the Governor of New Jersey Shows Him Worthy of Highest Position In the Gift of tne People. It would be bard to find a school boy over the ago of twelve years who has not heard of the name of Wood-toWilson. , was born In Woodrow Wilson Staunton, Virginia, December 28th. 1S5C. His father was the Rev. Joseph K. Wilson and ono of the most in- Hauling Manure Easy Job. Hauling out the manure and when the ground ls hard in ninke3 an easv nb MUNN &Co.jBro.da!r.New York Ilrsocb Office. C3 F SU Washington. I). C SUGARY Kiist-Bouii- Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. A OF L. & E. TlflE TflBLE. Effective Muy 28, l'.Ul. West-Houn- No. 2, fluential churchmen of the south. At the age of two years his father moved to Augusta, Georgia, where ho took charge of one of the largest and most Influential churches in the south. Augusta was then a city or about 15,000 Inhabitants, and it was here that the boyhood of the future sovornor of New Jersey and president of Princeton was spent. moved to Columbia. South Carolina, in the Autumn of 1S70 aud became a teacher in Wllh-o- rit i M Rev. the Southern Theological Seminary which position bo held for four years. Woodrow continued to attend school, but most of bis training was under the direct supervision of hlH lather, and lu spite of his late years to start at books he soon qualified for college aud at seventeen be was sent to Davidson College. North Carolina. Princeton Training Valuable. In the autumn of 1875 he entered Princeton, where he graduated with the class of 1870. His going north to college was fortunate, for It gave him at an Impressionable age nu opportunity to understand the northern, as well a.4 the southern, point autumn of 1885 ho was railed to the chair of history aud political economy In Bryn Mawr College. This he held for three years, when hu win, called to a similar poHe sition In Wesloyan University remained there two jeaxs and was called to bib alum mater, Princeton. a& professor of jurisprudence uml poLater In 1902 lie was litical economy Iccted president of Princeton the In nucond oldest university the He took his I'll. 'j. United States. degree on examination in 18SQ, submitting as his thesis "Congressional Cnvornment " This Is considered the lushest degreo conferred by institutions of learning. When l)r Wilson enmo to the (residency of Princeton bo had been known ns a scholar, author and public Kiieuker, but he was untested as mi executive. In his pi evidential olllco ho carried out the Idea or leadership which lie pronounced In his II rut book, and hu held ever blnce. In olllcu anil out of something at iillleo He proposed Pilncrton that whs n rudlcal change from the old way; it was the complete reorganization of the university In Mich a way us to bring Into dally communication and companionship representatives of all classes and of was The proposal the faculty of' view. In the Daily. nnwkind of cane that DOUBLES THE YIELD 1 M. of MolasneK mid improves the Qtnil 10(1 per cent. Molasses clearer l::)r ity than any other kind nnd much het-- i 2:17 pr tasted. Once planted no other 2::J." kind of cane will ever be grown on 2:4!l 00 .'5: 0.1 your place for syrurj. Price more :i:l. per gallon for 6t:eu-- . ot .'5:21 tliiui pleased will refund your mon.'5:28 ey. J. W. MIZE, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 15:47 .'5:") Seed can lie seen und sumpli of molnssti? examined at the Times 4:01 4 :,'.) .llice. A: If-n1 No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. . No. 1, - Daily A. Si. No. a, Daily, P. M. 5:115 4 :n() T:20 8:(i:i S:1N 8 :.--( !l:(l() Lexington. Whichever, L. & E. S:0 ' Indian Fields, Stanton, Hossdvn, Junction, CLaY CITY, Filsnn, Omipton .Tnnctlon, Natural Bridge. Torrent, Beutiyville Jet, O. & ' S:(); 7:51 7:37 7:10 7:l!i 7:or (!:5!i ii:4.'l 4:22 4 :.-.'1 i:T :o(j !i:"5 '.1:1:2 H:27 t::52 :i:51 :t.:45 IS tfO 3:'.2f 2 , (!:40 (i !):44 10:04 l0:.-- 7 (i:'J:5 :." :):k 1:57 1:50 1:25 ! K. i :.'. 11:05 11:25 Jackson, Quicksand, Junction, . 15 5:10 5:05 :i A One-Ma- n Derrick. I as Bhown in Fig. 2, having the alternate holes opposite. Vie. 4 shows the ninehlue In position to lift heavy logs or weights of any kind. A stout brneo is placed to hold the device solid. The lever works on Iron pins, Y, running through tho planks. The lever la first applied at the bottom and gradually worked upward, moving the pins as you proceed, and raising the weight, which Is attached to the lover by a chain or rope, Z. This is a practical device and should ho given a trial. TO HANDLE LIQUID MANURE i itnrtriiuivnj, prouiMiy obtained in all rtmntrlt oit mo riE. CuveaUand CopyilrfitsrtWla-tRtiTH- l. hrml. sketch, Model or I'liotu, lot FREE RIPORT cm patentability. 1'utenl tinn-t- . send 2 rents in ttninpa for Invaluable Itnnlc on HOW TO OBTAIN and SILL PATENTS, hleli onea will pay. Ilow to net n partner, luteal law aud other valuable. Information. n.lv KtrmiKtl, PATENT LAWYERS, 03 Seventh St., Washington, D. C., SWIFT & CO. I CONNECTION'S. LKXINOTON: Train No. 1 will timke connection ut Lexington with the L. Sc. Nu. will nuiKe connection for Louisville, Ky. with the li. & N. ut Winchester for Cincinnati, O. !.' HAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, and 4, will make eon-nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Onnipton. ltKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. I, 2'and :t will make cm-- I nection with the I., & A. Railway for IJeuttyville. '(). & INJUNCTION: Trails Nos. 2, ." nnd 4 will make etmn tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for ('annul Citj, Ky. an ' O. A K. stiitions. CIIAS. SCOTT, GcnM I'asseiifjer Ajjent. I, 15 1 i 1 . Claimed for the Arrangement That It Is Setter Than Solids for Grass, Small Fruits, Etc. A Missouri farmer who eomo throo yeurs ago installed tho manure pit shown In tho illustration, claims to Imvo worked wonders with the same, says tho Homestead. This farmer raises several acres of berries, also some clover. As Illustrated, a cement pit was made In which all liquid manure was drained through the pipe, 11. Tho pit was covered over with a tro4nch hoard tcp and a pump Installed ns shown at C. This pump was mado from a pleco of three-Inch Are You a Woman ? TAKE y j Dill JCl AND flAUSET HIDES HIGHEST ruo rou haw rues PBICS AND HIDES. Wool CommUslon. Write ire The Woman's Tonic JOHN WHITER CO., BSTASLISK3D 133X