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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 14, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912031401_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 14, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 1 81.0(1 a Year In Ailvnncj 'We are here tb help Clay. Cy. the SnrronnliDK Country anJ Oorsclves. .1. R. Hurnhcr, Publisher. VOL. XVJI, Sonic New School I.aw3. Northmidtlletown CLAY CITY. Ktf5! THURSDAY Route Favored. Estill Democrats Voices Sentiments. MARCH II. 19lL. Death of Airs. Elizabeth Burgher. NO'. Morir.iu 11 -- new law passed by the recent session of the Legislature increases the maximum salaries allowed, teachers in rural schools to $70 pur month anil from permits the increase of Superintendents salaries to .$2,500, but tliis applies only to counties hav-inmore than.'oue million dollars in taxable, ami property will not apply therefore But it to Powell county. ,'still remains within the the power of the Fiscal courtR to fix the salaries, which may bo any reasonably amount less than $2,500. 'The law also does away with. third-clascertitiicatcs for teachers, tho. Legislature taking - the stand that unless a person can make a general average better than flo per cent, thdy should not be .allowed to teach in any school iiojwever small. A g s idcntial elflcjion any candidate who stands' (or tho initiative, the referendum ud the recall. Tho preamble ujjjjU the resolutions, ns attested' Secretary Charles K. Flynn, aras follows: "Whereasin our Government when doctrines .and policies are advocated by Candidates with numerous adherents which tend to a change of former principles, it is the right'and duty of all citizens to give jnjblie expression to their views; Und "Whereas," .Such doctrines and County of McCreary. Newspaper Plant Btjrns. policies are now being so advoEfhe Seay, daughter of Bevt A new county by the name of of the 3Vjnc.hester cated by Candidates seeking the The plant McCreary has been formed in the and Bettie Seay, died in LexingLocal Option Law. has been burned'and high otficeiof?r"-'siden-t Democrat Drastic of tho southern part of the State. A ton March 8rd. Burial at PowOne of the most drastic of all that over interesting paper will States jjtheref ore be it more worthy naino for the new ell's Valley the 7th, services bemea'suresdnacted by bpjUnablo to get out for-- dapple ' "Resolvedji-Thawe are unalf this session of the Legislature is of; weeks. The Democrat has terably oppol'ed to the doctrine county could not be found than ing conducted by Eld. A. Easter. Here's congratulaJ. Clay Potts, cashier fif the that passed by the House, mak; our sympathy as we know whath and proposed policy recently McCreary. tions to ."the .Adjourned Legis- Farmer's Bank of Estill county, ing it unlawful to "purchase?, it is to sustain a loss by fire. Ten br'o'ught iiitdjp'rominejice denom. ', Mr. Potts was n died at Irvine procure or deliver" intoxicating years'ago the Times waB burned inated the" initiative, referendum lature... leading citizen of Estill county liquor into local opt.on territory. out and was forced to suspend a and recall danHogs have taken a slight upunwise and This means that anyone who few week. gerous depaflre from our rep- turn in murket. They sold yes- and will be greatly missed. He might purchase liquor and take as tend- terday on the Cincinnati market is" survived by a wife and one Mud, mud, is all we can fiici resentative Government, it to a friend in "dry" territory ing to contiujaiil agitation and for $7.10. When you see buyers so11, would be amenable to the law. in traveling over the countn. disturbance ofjthe public repose, out you may know that the mar Deceased was a first cousin to This bill having also passed the Such an experience the writer casting upon tle electorate re- ket is looking better. jlili Potts and-J- . B.. C. 0., Bert Senate only now likes the signa- never rejnembers of having seen. sponsibilities iiU.,rluties proper-lJesse Eilt"" of th'9 citr- G. B. Martin has moved to ture of Gov. McCreary to become It's either- snow, rain or a freeze, delegated to Islioseii otRcials, Montgomery from Snow creek nfbtif- these are extremely a law und the Governor will awl discrediting the capacity of the where he has been diving hard 'oil hud roads. most surely sign the bill. people to select 'public .tilicers, tin past year. Mr. Martin is a mm Colman Port wood Ireturne und placing the ban of suspicion splendid citizen whom we regret A irresit fertilizer, and a lipidy, vinoinus forage plant for hay und Sunday from the hospital at Lex and distrust upon them when to .use. Mr. Frank Mize and Miss any Only a few more weeks for the jm!ture. U'i.l grow inplace-- .kind of Maud Warmouth, daughter of ington where he was recently op- chosen, opening a wide sphere to ( an soil, even very rocky s Mrs. Caroline Warmouth, were erated on. He bids fair to com the demagogue and political winter apple dumpling and he sown without plowing in winter and finally leading to the This will solstice Make every min- anUearh sprint.'. Circular and prices married at Mie home of the plete recovery. welcome news to his man displacement of republican in- im; count BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. bride's mother in this city Monstitutions and (o anarchy. fiiends. day, March 11th, the Rev. L. S. That we warn our Democratic Fryman ofliciating. Tuesday Seems to us the ground hou'i-si- fellow citizens of the danger of morning they left for Quicksand weeks are exceeding the bringing before the people at the where they will reside. speed limit. approaching presidential election .my candidute who stands for the & doctrine denounced in. these resolutions, aa such action, would disturb party harmony and make Ky. success at the polls uncertain. "That these resolutions be published and a copy bo sent to the National Committeeman for We carry a full lino of General MerchnndiKO and Kentucky and to the chairman i'Juft received from the city which combines are selling the goods to our .largo trade for the State Central Committee" Indications now point to the extension of the L. ir X. running from Paris to Irvine by the way1 of North Aliddletowu and L. & E. Junction instead of double tracking the line to Winchester and then building the lino from there to Irvine. It now seems certain that Irvine in any cent will get the road. Good for Irvine but wo would rather see it built from Paris to Mt. Sterlinsr, to Clay City and then to Irvine. It seems to us that this would lie the best route ami would accommodate both the towns of Mt. Sterling'aiid Clay Ctty, giving an increase of business with the same results, and it is probable that this way would act as good or better grade than either of the1 other routes. v . -- Eftlll colfnty Democrats mot at Irvine nffd, (). W. Witt in the chair, adopted resolutions tKe initiative, referendum aii(Lrjall. Another reso-- t lution, also Adopted, emphasized the danger t bringing before the rvn 1 tit tliii ii titivfinalij n ti.nm Sells Farm. MeKinney sold last week his farm and corn mill nronertv at Vnucrhn's Mill to (J. W. Clark for $5,000. Th.re about 75 acres of land with two dwellings, store house and yrist Valley, where funeral services mill on the place. Mr. Clark wero held by Elder .1. T. Turpin will put in a stock of goods and after which the body was inter- operate the mill. red by the side of her husband, H. S. Burgher, who preceded her Miss Elizabeth King, sister of in death twelve years ago. She had been a member of the Bap- Mike King, deid in Cincinnati March 8. funeral by Eld. A. years. tist church for sixty-siDeceased before marriage was Easter and burial at Powell5-ValleMonday. a Miss Walters, being a sister to the'late H. G. Walters. She is Little Katie Bellis, daughter survived by six living children, of James Bellis, formerly of this among them being J. N. Bur- city, died in Cincinnati and wn gher, of this county. She was a brought here Sunday and buried grandmother of A. M., J. II. and in the local cemetery. Service-a- t Asa Burgher of this city. the grave by Elder J. T. Tur-pe- Mrs. Elizabeth Burgherdied at the home of her daughter, Mrs. lJeuben Tipton, at Winchester. Friday night from infirmities of old age, being 8 years old. The remains were brought tol'owell's 1 rEArjiH. x y n. anti-liqu- a " t a'd'-tf- j y SWEET CLOVER - . ugi-lato- r flap-jucK- ! ! x WALDRON JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery the newest styles arid lpwesl: prices. Waltersville, SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to and Miss Married, J. Walters, daughter of Boss Walters, at tle home of the bride's v parents,. Wednesday, March IS, Eld. A. Easter iV.-Potts and they tell us they are ollici-atiii- g. Saving Money. You can do tho same thing. At 1 :f0 o'clockyesterdny morning tho Legislature adjourned sine die.' The closing session has been one of tho most profitable meetings of that body for many r firs! coSt in order to get room for new goods If you arc not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to i- years. Sunday is St. Patrick's day, but as there fire 'but few native born Irish in Clay0ity wo need already one of our many pleased customers, come round romo day and givo our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods.They willopenyoureyeeto an opportunity. save some of tho days sacrodnoss. nt Mill- Avtimtf UAICUV tun II U H e rrt o ma t i a IIII1I.J uuuiuuauttliuuo S II. - M. Curtis has bought the money. First come, first served. Wm. Snowdcn tract Qf land on Ilardwick's Creok comprising thirty-fivacres from Geo. W. Clark for $100. o Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our storo wo will "deliver tho goods" SHIMFESSEL'S.. Mrs. J. W. Williams whose serious illness we reported last week is convalescing. Dr. Will-- i a in b who has very sick is some better. also-bee- THE TIMES. PU11LISI1EP VERY TUURSDAT. subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance $2. J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. March 14, 1912. Thursday, CLUB RATESf. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at pricee lielow mentioned: The TIMes and Courier-Journ- al " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisville Herald ' i . t ski. an nr rAMnim . r.rit rr.Tinw in. 1 Mf Prismst..u , . R.dl.t 1 ski. 8IMJrlnff CVl.r. by the citizens, would , raised . . .10s to. , , . lis I . Fsrlj Arr..h.4 i'sMi.(. Habits, Good and Bad. 1 is. Falbrte.llrli.tlIIM 10s build 50 miles of good gravel tUm 11 Tsrlslls, UsUs rts.sr S..J, . . Us As had habits are bad so are road. Then why not get a move I.O writs torUy! F.M rnU to 1i.lp f 14Uk sn4 pscktar and rcel,. good habits good. We all need on ourselves to do this in the si... "rmi, Colloction," with mr N.r .,,, Tit.trmtiv. Oird.n fluid. GREAT NOllTHHRN Sr.Kl) CIO. " good habits, but none nf us need next eight years to come? The 1X3 Ros 8t. Ki.i'kfonl. IllinnU stituu-ulate- s bad habits A habit which Times is ready to do its part. Is us to good for our fellow-ma- there another? Speak out. or for ourselves is the best To Change Constitution. habit we can acquire. These and all other righteous habits are A number of Democratic Conthe first for us to acquire. Then gressmen in Washington are of secondly we should acquire hab- the opinion that a change in the its that will tend to upbuild the Constitution, extending the Prescountry in which we live. In idential term from 4 to 0 years Powell county this resolves it- should be made. Business men self to but two things in addi- throughout the country are bitFive large cities of Maine tion to the prevailing conditions terly complaining that we are lected Mavors Monday. Four of now existing. These two habits suffering from "too much polifive so elected were Demo are scientific farming and scien- tics" and that complaint is justly the crats with but the one Republi tific road building. These two founded. A suggestion has been can. Four to one is good if it i methods first properly studied made to change the constitution not quite sixteen to one Democ and then unsparingly and per- so that when a President goes inand success it seems will go OUR SALE CLOSED ON THE 20th, WE sistently applied is sure to, in to the White House he shall serve racy hand in hand this year. the near future, bring about, a six years and shall not be perARE STILL MAKING ATTRACTIVE PRICES revolution of conditions in this mitted to succeed himself. It has There seems to be a sentiment county. When this is done, em been freely charged against our anions: some to discredit, the old ON LADIES SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS, BOYS ignition will be supplanted by Presidents for more than fifty Confederate pension bill whic SUITS AND PANTS, DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY, immigration, and cheap and the years past that as soon as he en- becomes a law soon. We see no worthless laud that is now in our ters the White House, he imme- disgrace for anyone deserving th HATS, CAPS. AND SHOES. confines will be productive and diately begins to lay plans for aid, and those amply able to live valuable soil. Remember, that winning his second term mstead without the pension Bhould not while we all have habits, they of serving his country to the best want it. need some changes. Let's dis of his ability. In other words There has been so much in card our bad habits and take up this change would compel a man terest in the Republican Situa YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE. better habits in line with what is to serve his country instead of his tion lately that Governor Wood here suggested. Then and only owu ambition. Demo-cratrow Wilson hasn't been detected then 'can we realize that the There are a number of in anv more crimes for two or world is much better for our havwho desire that such a plank ing lived in it. should be incorporated in the three week. To properly and speedily bring Democratic Platform when the Col. Roosevelt knows now who about these revolutionary results convention meets in Baltimore is his favorite candidate for Pres This plank would we need to educato ourselves next June. ideut. these lines. To do this we make a strong appeal to the busi Khould first supply ourselves with uess men, belli sin ill and great. SPOUT SPRING. the best and uu abundance of the throughout the countrg as a Pres Mrs. George W. Pasley IS best of literature, aud keep only idential year is always a check very sick at. this writing. good company, trying to interest on business. T. S. McKinney was in Win them if they are not already 60 Secretary of Commerce, Labor Chester the first of the week. interested in these worthy and modern habits. We must pro- and Statistics Nugel, made a Several from here attended gress or retrograde. We have speech at Indianapolis in which the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth as a county in some ways, been ie said the Taft administration Burgher at Powell's Valley Sun following in the channels of the had fulfilled all tho Republican day. latter, while in other ways we platform pledges in 1008. Nagel Mrs. Thos. Sparks. aud her sis Wo should lias either forgotten what was in have progressed. ter, a daughter of George Hall, make every path a progressive that platform or else he thinks Auywav, are very sick and neither of them iuc and begin today to do this. everybody eUe has. are expected to get well. In both spiritual and secular somebody is fooled, and someLloyd Todd was to seo his things let us seek good habits body else will he fooled this fall .uid good results 'are sure to follow. " " " These bridge's with 1.10 progress. 90 their approaches have cost no less Home and Farm 75 than $25,000. This amount, to1.00 gether with a supplementary It land Farmer American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 fund of $25,000 which should be $1.00 help them make good places in the road out of bad places aud at the same time pocketing a fat county order as their share of the job. Lets lay our plans now to begin to do something when favorable weather comes around, which it is sure to do before we are ready for it. Resolve now to help the county instead of getting the county to help us this year. Powell county and Clay City have together in the past eight years built six good bridges the river. This is progress, but wo mustn't stop at this. We want to make still greater because they again. can't fool the votes mother, Mrs. Nannie MeKinney, Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured near Winchester last week. Mr. bv F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, l. n Todd says he thinks his mother, We have some neighbors who is making some material imseem to have no concern for provement. their employers' welfare. They only seem to care for the time to There is more Catarrh in this pass and pay day to come around. section of tho country than all othAll laborers however are not er diseases put together, and until that way and this may explain the last few years was supposed to why some men always have a job be incurable. For areat many and others are complaining of years doctors pronounced it a local hard times. There are, of course, disease and prescribed local remeexceptions in this case as in all dies, and by counstantly failing to We speak of local cure with local treatment, proconditions. affairs only. nounced it incurable. Science lias has proven catarrh to be a constiThe best bill passed by the retutional disease and therefore retiring Legislature is the one quires constitutional treatment. which requires all telephones of i the state to connect w ith each I SAVt other. This should always have been a law. This law alono will save the citizens of tlie state mas ny millions of dollars as of them have the Bell KTptini, oafs, gov; 'phone for the sole purpose of ad other inlectioitt diseases. Carta and Prsrsitl. getting long distance connec). . OneJiOe battle m.l. 11 lions of medicine. Sold by ieadinc dniniiti. tions. Circulars and Samples Free Bourbon ltr mrrty Company, latntoa,lj. Now that we are in the Sev enth district, we begin to look a We find our candidat round. for Congress already named with out our sanction or disapproval By this mav we judge that the big Bluegrass counties intend t do us that way all the time? If so, the Tenth and John Laugle, may vet seem sweet to us. YOUR thou-sand- is tho only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to " tii It nets directly on tho spoonful. mirfueeH of the, blood and niiu-ou- i system. They olTer one hundred dollars Tor any ease it fails to cure. Send for oirculnrs and testimonials. Address j F. .1. Cheney A Co , Toledo, (, Sold by Druggists, 7fo. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. SEEDS m Fresh, Reliable. I'ure uarenteed to Pit ate Every Oarrlrner and the f'lititrrslinuMti'Ft Our Northern (1 rown Seeds. SPECInl. OFFER we will send FOR 10 CENT? pnstpnltl mir ... ... 10 W s MRS. j. W. WILLIAMS. I Timely Suggestions. As time passes ami our mud loads get worse, and the bottom of them further down, tho more (urioiisly wo realize that some more of our good citizens and moneyed farmers are determining to sell out and move to our neighboring counties which have good turnpike roads. There is but nie way of stopping this How if emigration, make our roads better, aud let some of the pretending good roads enthusiasts, f.ivc more attention in helping the county get roads and less attention to gettinu the county to m to m Ml mi fa mm USE IMDI7 rh MILLS FJL.OTJI a CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK After Christmas is an asset of real worth to any community and m M When tlie New Year Arrives it is the .'oiir-ru- l custom t leave nil' the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National is seeking The your business. i Mfg'd by pi habits itiul acquire new mill butter lines. One of the heat to jreC and an eimy one to relaln, If tilt' liuliit of uiny I'enrl Hour. You) .will lini) it the best you ever need, and thoriuiglilv Mitiffnctory for all purposes, and it tier, nil) soon he' Inn a'l Clay City National Bank. come a ciitttoiii. J. ANDEEW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. THE TIMES. AN ALL IIOMK.MAM2 I'AFKR .Mrs. KtKii Tiituii ami three WITHOUT ALCOHOL. Oscnr Stewnrt mid family have A. BLOOID Ivlljtyirtf Recently It has been dcfinitly proven by experiment on animals that alcohol cliildrcn, iirrivci from Frul:itil, moved to Cincinnati where he lowers the germicidal power of the body and that alcohol paralyzes the while Oliin'to visit lior parents, KM. A. has employment. of the blood and renders them unable to take up and destroy disease germs. or the human race. Disease germs cause the death of over Kiistor ami wife Saturday even A blood medicine, mode entirely without alcohol, which is a pure glyceric exone-ha- ll in::. without a jar. shock or distuihmce is the awful speed of our eintl Mnrcli THURSDAY, I, Ml 2. through space. We wonder at such east- of nature h movement, and so Circuit cfturt convenes at do those who take Dr. King's New u lit till Momlav. Life Pills. No griping, ifo distress IJIsirK .Mi.e and l.iimly nave just through work that brings gooi moved to juicksan to reside health and fine feelings, 25 els at Dr. I. A. Slurlev, nic'inbo" of all dealers. the. State Hoard of Health, loc- A mad dog was killed near the t tired jn thir. city Friday nijiht. Walter's Ferry bridge Monday I - UX5AL MiEVITlls. Nineteen Allies a Second II. (J. Crabtree, who bought moniiiii: by P. D. Todd and the Hoskint! near this city of J. Paul Tipton. The don had been B. Eaton lias moved there tliis in that neighborhood two days and bit several dogs and possibly week. Mrs. Mabal Walters, of Ford, visited her parents, Eld. A. Easter and wife last week for two da.w. W. T. Wood and family will move back to Winchester in order to act the advantage of their splendid schools. some stock. Repels Attack of Death. "Five years ago two docton tnld me I had only two years to live." This startling stat"nint was made by Stillraan Green, Malachite, Col. "They told me I would die with confitniption. It was up to mo then to try the bust lung raediiine and I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It was well I did, for today I am working and believe 1 owi: my life to 'this great throat and lung euro that has cheated the crave of another victim." Its fol ly to suffer with coughs, colds nr tract of roots, such as Rloodroot, Queen's root, Golden Seal root, Mandrake and litone root, lias been extensively sold by druggists for the past forty jcors as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The refreshing influence of this cMruct is like Nature's influence the blood is bathed in the tonic which gives life to the blood the vital Arcs of the body born brighter and their increased activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated during the winter. Dr. It. V. Pierce, the founder 01 the Invalids' Hotel and Surj'icnl Institute, r.nd a physician of large experience and practice, vas the fir!t to make up nn Amtrative HxTKAcr of roots, without a particle of alcohol or narcotic. "It Is wish t!ie Kirntct of rtrivjrr, that I write to let you know of tho rrnut luni'fit I rwclreil fmn tha uro of ycir nmllcliwi and Mt home," writes Mm. Wm. Heyes, of Ladypmilh. H. O, " I fur tlireo cnra f.wn a nmninir ror. Conulttil four doctors but ttw.v FpUm! f rnnnd f t.lvn Flnnllv t will tftlrt f U'lia In rnrmimn- ,7NV lion find would lia,-Uu" to ..... ' . ..... consult a rpccialist concerninir my Aenr, that 4an.T I .1 Ll .1... months" advised mo to wrltp to Dr. IMen c, which I did, and after tueof tho treatment the fore Is hoalat, and I enjoy better henlth than I .Salvo and tho wound with Dr. Pierce's cvrrilld. I ilre-- il tnol tho 'floMrn Mrdical Discovery' mil 'I'lcruant l'tlleta' for my suf-fcr- ttl . 1 1 troubles. 1 shall Llways recommend your mra'clius. Mas. I :r? i. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PelW tlftn liver and bowels. other throat and lung troubles now. lake the cure that's safest. Price 50 cents and 81.00. Trial bottle free at all dealers. Elder P. N. Taylor, of Madi sou countv, will preach, nt Pow ell's Valley church the fifth Sun- day in this month. Elder Taylor about ten years ago held a STRAWBERRY PLANTS protracted meeting nt tin's church and is a very able and nonulnr drape Vines, AsparoRus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. minister. GARDEN. AGENTS, Fruit and Shade Trees! Wh en in Need of Builder s Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Potatoes grown in Ireland are Everything For tllorious News on sale in this country, the scarORCHARD, LAWN ana city of the home product necessi-utiu- comes from Dr. J. I. Curtis. Dwjght, Kan. He writes: "I not FREE CATALOQ. NO their inipoi tation. g Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write Elder D. IL.Mutherly preached Sunday night at the Christian diurch. Elder Matherly is a very forceful and earnest speaker. Dr. Martin reports the birth son, Sunday, March 10th to He Mr. and Mrs. D. 1'. Potts. also reports the birth of a son to Mrs. Ernest Patton Mr. and Tuesday the 12th. if a Kentucky Representatives in Congress are busy trying to get in touch with the residents of new counties included in their bailiwicks by the redisricting bill now up to the Governor for signature. To Mothersand Others. You cun use Bucklens Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema, rashes, tetter, dialings, scaly and crusted humors, as well as their ac- only have cured bad cases of eczema in my patients with Electric H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Bitters, but also cured myself by them of the same disease. I feel sure they will benefit any cae of 5? eczema." lius shows what thouSTOOK, S1OO.O0O sands have proved, that Electric- K CAlIT-AX- , Bitters is a most effective blood pu- K .SUKl'liUS AND UN- IJIVIDEH PHOl'ITS. iiOO.OOO rifier. Its an excellent remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores. It stimuTDK lates liver, kidneys, and bowels, p 3 expels poisons, helps digenion, OV WlNCIIHTKR, KV. builds up the strength. Price 50 ts. Satisfaction guaranteed y all p ?T.IIol.r.Y WlTHEHMl'OON, PltKH. dealers Oasiiikh. K Grubbs & Benton, or. Main and roadway, Winciiestj5r Bank. J Winchester, - Ky. YOUR AOCXJUNTS SOrjCITHD IT ONE DROP down the throat of n "capey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops in the dridklnc watel t J.P.J1AUPPIN, I Watchmaker 51 Stop! Look! Listen! injuries, cuts, burns, bruiseN, etc., with perfect safety. Nothing else heals so quickly. For loils, ulcers, old. running ir fevei 25 sores or piles it has no equal ls at all dealers. cidental Z CURES aid PREVENTS GAPES JlMsfSaWSfc white diarrhoea, roup, choler aud other chick diseases, Jeweler. Hardwick & Co.'s CLEARANCE SALE. If you want to save money, notice the cut pric es below Fruit Trees Given Away. Fifty auplo trees, three and four One 50c Bottle of Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of tor free sample on hand. Bourbon Poultry Cure J ? All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- HON. GUARANTEED. Line of 'rit ycMlSold glU'U to eacll pencil WHO ttiN medicine an(iu0ok.lcton"DlM.'Sscs of Fowls." Address, Luiftgton, If. BOUBBOM BEUEDT CCHPAIT, bti.yn 50 apple trees, all to lit; well SOLD BY varietieH named below. aborted ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KY This oiler is open until the Jewelry & Spectacles. EMLCY. t V Call and see rae in the Red River Hotel Building, CLAY CITY, 15th day of March, 1912. nillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. that we are giving during this Sale. Terms Cio.li. Thoo who come for trees must bring straw to pro- BOOKKEEPINO, SHORTHAND, tent the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITINU. to tin ilortii with. Trees can be safely transplanted during th win- This school has turner out linn ter season at any time when the dreds of men aud woiihmi who Hoys couo see ground is open. are successes. It will in iko I haw for yon. what a success of von SUM.MKIt APPISKS: Red As- trat'ihan, Hoi i, ICrly llirvest, Write for Catalogue. J. Sweet, Maiden Tr.tnApareiit, llltish, Ki'd .Juno. X. Spy, It. FA Mi Al'l'LES: Jbtauty, S. lieatily, ti. Holilon, Wolf Ulver. Stayman WINTKIt AIM'I.KS: SPECIAL OFFER: kalU Ke nsilH. Atrlalwlll' WiimS.tp. Couimon WiimSups, Hen ijju our nnuHU ciutoiLtr. Duvis, (Juno, Stark, I. V. Winter, 1 i Aasst Tml. f BUnUil i o.lo.. s bu .lohnuthaii, Smith Cider, Yellow MIMintUIMU 3 ABAXTUB TO KXAW .1 iiiiet, Milam, Opohin'et'ut, UiiHSctt, Writ JMy: Mutton thlt Pajtr. llhuik Twigg, Cieenvilh'. I rTR rus TNT ' SZ'Jhi2 Men's $3.50 Hats for $2.00 $2.50 Women'sTrimrned Hats half price Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, garments for v3fio. Men'fl 18.50 4 We tell vou how. snd ck best markrt are dealers: establiiKcd Jirices. We can do ud BHVTKK for you than agents or commission merchants. References aqy bank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL V SONS 33 1 Mvlut at tWilVlUE, IT. nnta, wool. usaisrs in !0c gunuents for 40a, 50c SEEDS $17.00' suits for 12.50 suits for 8.00. $8.00 814.60 suits for $9.50. suits for 85.00. Hoys' suits at the same per cunt. cut. Men's 84.00 corduroy pants at 82.75, 83.25 corduroy pants ut $2.25. 13.50. 11.50. Dress goods, price 81.25 per yard ut 80c, 75o per yurd at 55c, 50o per yard at 35c, 27o per yurd at lfle, 25c per yard at 18c, 15o per yard at lOo, 10c per yard ut 70. iuits of clothes for HOME NURSERIES, J. 0. AAMS, Proprietor, I lwnskt SEND W CENTS Sk4 a.4 jUrt f asH Electric Bitters k Stundard Sewing Machines, price $30.00 ut 22.50, 125.00 ltrrikAinjr r. p. i). No. 3 Richmond, Ky 7-- i i. Nursery at Waco, Ky. I 'bono ,Waoo FOR KIDMEYtUYER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Succeed whaa evtmUBg else biU. In nervoaa proeuataiMi and female weaknaawa they the supreme remedy, as sfcoiuenaa have teatified. at 17.50. n la the-- bwt wasMetne ever sold over a droggiat'a counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. NOTES y FARM rather than to feed out ono then start on the other. Look out for a collar that rubs a lap of flesh at every stride of the horse. It is liable to wear a gall on his neck, and much sooner sometimes than suspected. MEMXJWBROOK Daipy Notes borhood." Variety of Ton. "The presence of the Fllmdlngs lends considerably tono to our neigh- Farm Drain Tile y Be gentle with all animals. The fanner must hare a horse. Examine the collars of your work horses often. With the better poultry is better equipment. comma; thing for poultry. A heated chicken house is a bad The proper tim to spray fruit trees Is during the dormant season. Well-brepigs, make mora profit on the food eaten. well-selecte- d night horse in order to keep In good condition should be well bedded every A machine in the shed is worth Just about two machines left in the fence corner. The brood 'sows should have all the bright clover or alfalfa nay that they will eat The cleaner the feed and feeding places, the better the quality of the pork In all. to health to feed hogs when they can have the range of the pasture field. It la conducive A dairyman needs to be a thorough business man. Feed all the cowa 'will take without The neck and shoulders of a horse , gaining In weight are points that must not be overThe ordinary milk, cow should drink looked when buying. A weak neck and a narrow breast do not go with tho from ten to fifteen gallons of water a day. most desirable horse. The calf should be fed only whole milk until It is eleven days or two During the winter the dairy farm- wepka old. er has more time to figure out bis The dairyman should be well in plans for improving his system of farming. The great question should formed along all lines that pertain to be to get a better and more profita- his work. Save a bull calf from a cow that ble lot of cows. habit and breed has the hfm. . It would be easier to keep good from your cows are Sleeping out doors If men on the farm if the dairy farmers on the cold damp .ground they are los would keep better cows A man appyou money. opportunity of handling ing reciates-the Animal housing ia rapidly approach good stock, and he realises that some responsibility I? v'- - (' 'mo" M- - 'f ing a science, especially as It con cerns the dalrr cow. "t n- he Vno"'c Wash all parts of. tho separator at ar ' end of separation, and scald, leaving to .dry. the It Is very dangerous to pasture in One open air work on , minute's each cow ev stock on second growth sorghum or Johnson grass, as this year has been ery morning is sufficient to prevent dry in many sections and these crops any accumulation of filth. Cows that arc Droducln a profithave been grown under unfavorable nble flow of milk must have warm conditions. "omfortable quarters during the a then 8klm milk Is a good food for poultry. The fat has been taken from It Value of Separator. and leaves it proportionately rich In Where a separator is used the skim protein, which Is a very desirable element in poultry food. Use It to mix! milk Is kept at home, fed out on the, all of the fertilizing val a mash for the chickens. Yob may farm, 'and also give them all the milk they will ue in milk Is found In the e kirn milk, this value is also saved and goes back drink. to enrich the land. A cream separa There Is not a farm in the country tor is a most wise Investment for any where farming is seriously attempted farmer who mtlka cowa. Many dairy at all where it Is necessary to try to men now own a gaabllne engine and raise chickens without decent provis- use the same for turning the separator ion for the safety of the flock and for as well as for an other power purposes the convenience of the attendant on the farm. With egga bringing an average of over 20 cents a dozen and market pbul try at IB cents a pound and over, it is MlZe S UeiTl bUgar Uane. an easy matter to show paper profits that leave most other lines of farming A new kind of cane that clear round the corner. DOUBLES THE YIELD long-milkin- g -- est and best bidder for cash, the lars or ci'lf at oui plant. following described property or so & Tile much thereof as may be necescary Red River Brick Company, to satisfy all taxes due thereon for the year 1912. Sale covers penulty, STANTON, KENTUCKY interest and costs: Boundary of hnd belonging to S J. Miller in precinct 3. Very Serious Amount of tux nnd erst : $10 78 It ia a very serious matter to ask OVER 68 YEARS' for, one medicine and have the EXPERIENCE "Stylish ehT" Alake Your NVct Land Productive. "Well, cot exactly. One of the daughters Is taking singing lessons.' By the life of diuin tile you run the oldest boy practices several hours turn tlrnt low, wet, useless, bwhih-pevery day on the trombone and the field jnto the most productive Fllmdlng twins are always crying." Good tile, Bpot on your farm. properly pliiccd, not only earrien oft" Sheriff's Tax Sale. surplus water, it air to t Ae Sheriff of Powell County I will und mill; eh it easy to work. on Monday, April 1st 1012, it be- It improves any poll. The increnee ing court day, and at tho Court in the value of the land if ninny House door in Stanton, Ky., be- tmien the runt of the tile Tlio fust year's crop from tiled Innd pay tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. for it. Any body ran do the work und 3 o'clock p. m. tell to the high- successfully. Write for particu- wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUCK-Daf&H- T TRADE MARKS Anrone landln a etch and description mar qulcklr ascertain our opinion freo .whether an Intention la probably patentable. HANDBOOK on PatenU sent free. Oideet aaency (or eeurlnit pataiiu. Co. recelre Patent! taken tbrooih ilunn charge. In toe serial netltt. without weektr. Trnit dr. Abandaomelrlllnitrated dilation of anr eclentldo lournal. Terms, a a reart four nontu,fL Bold brail newadealara. Copyrights Ac Dcaions Liver Medicine The reputation of this old! ; rellav I Hud OBeiP&S TBU WaahlliS? JSf bl medicine, for constipation, in digestion and liver .trouble, ia' firm. 17 established. It does not imitate. otner medicines. It ia better than others, or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger ale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN ti SlWflRY Eiist-Bouud. OF L. & E. TIME TflBLE. Effective May 28, 1911. West-Boun- No. 2, "fancy stock" will have an account to settle with his Maker on the judgment day. of Molasses and improves theQual ity 100 per cent. Molasses clearer P. M. than any other kind and much bet ter tasted. Once "planted no other 1:35 kind of oane will ever be grown on 2:17 Never work a team of colta togeth er until they are thoroughly broken. your place for syrup.J' Price $1 00 2:35 as they will worry each other. per gallon nr seetl. Jf not more 2:49 3:05 thaii'pleaBed wiiwreiuna your uion Filling up the neglected holesabout 3:15 uome oreeaers claim that six or ev J. WJMIZE, mo uriamas uraic is now in oraer. Vaughn1 Mill, Ky. 3:21 seven weeks Is long enough for. thai Pill them up now and avoid trouble. pigs to remain with the sow, but Seed can be seen, and sample of 3:28 3:47 this, I think, is extreme. The man who calls Improved stock molasses examined at the Times Those seeds, like the' elm and soft maple, which ripen in May or June, belong to the "sooner" class. The filling of the silo and thus providing a supply of palatable and succulent feed for the stock for the entire year Is not only a sign of progress but is an Indication that the farmer to doing ! producing milk or beef more easily and economically than his neighbors who have no silo. ollice. The pig Is merely a machine and the more he is fed with good judgment, of course the more meat he will turn over. meat-producin- g Daily. No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. No. 1, Daily A. M. No. 3, Daily. P. M. 6:35 7:20 8:03. 8:18 8:32 8:50 Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. Junction, Indian Fields, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Cumpton 9:00 9:05 9:12 9:27 9:32 9:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 , CLaY CITY, .Tnnctlon, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 6:59 6:43 (i:25 6:03 5:10 5:05 " . 4:60 4:3? 4:22 4:05 3:56 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 3.:52 Carry your good care of the ewes this fall as far as feeding plenty of nice bright oats to keep them in con dition. 4:04 4i25 5:19 5:25 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & K. 6:40 Junction, Jackson, Quicksand, needs every day during their and If these needs are not supplied fully or regularly bad results must follow. All living plants definite hte growth, The old troughs will soon have to While the orchard is comlrg into replace the fountain waterers or there may be a burst fountain some cold bearing try vegetable growing as a side line. This makes one of the morning. surest and best resources of income After the strawberry bed has been It will pay to buy wheat bran to set and cared for through the summer. It should be mulched through mix with the barley or corn meal for feeding cows. Bran and barley meal the winter. half and half makes good meal for The milk should be strained through milk. one thickness of clean white flannel The best roosting-plac- e and then should be quickly cooled for yountr turkeys is on branches of trees. They and well aired. will not suffer from exposure, and Wise turkey breeders will no( the .open life will make them strong breed from the same torn more than and healthy. one year unless the same bree' Some milkers handle the teats as If hens are retained. they were trade of rubber and devoid No matter how highly bred and care of all feeling; but, strange to say, fully cultured a colt may be If it I there are nerves In the udder which not carefully trained and properly de are very sensitive. t velopcd it loses its value. Wo like to see the cows approach The first thing to do with the newly their master in the yard to be lorn lamb Is to get It full of the ewe'f scratched and petted. It shows that (lrst milk, after which Its chance for they are used to kind treatment and are not afraid of him. living is equal to that of the calf's. For general or common use, caustic or burnt lime or ground limestone are employed almost exclusively for the correction of coll abnormalities. In the feeding of live, stock there is chance for a large leak and yet have li unknown. The most economical feed is the one that supplies the animal's needs at the least expense. promptly obtained la Ml a TIUDtMAaiCS. Canal ttend dkMctu- piuuti IlaUroO. I I in ttmia WtanlMUt took Which poet wilt Mr. How to (K partner, patent Uw aud other Taleabl ialormalloa. tuna i oeiue BANK i D. 1303 Seventh St., SWIFT PATENT LAWVIH. WMMnteit, D. C. k GO. . CONNECTIONS. 1 will mke connection at Lcxineton with the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. OAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains xNoe. 1. 2, 3 and 4, will make co nection with Mountain Central Railway to. und from Cnnipton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will niake"cou- nection with the I. fe A. Railway for Beattyville. , ', O. & K.r JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 2. 3 and 4 will make connec,tinn with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ivy., and O. & K. statiuns. CHAS. 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At flrat ter, will keep the feet from becoming this may seem a strange assertion The reason, however, is simple. The dry. I bull that Is known to h rrm will nl. If there are two kinds of roughnest waya De watched. On the other band, ,s easy 10 Put too much confidence for the cows this winter It will be bet ln n tame bul1 that may suddenly be-to feed of both at the ler time come cross. luitr.xtlouj, 400,000 Worilm Trioro than ATer before appeared between two covers, ajoo l'a&e. 6000 XI 1? it defines' over Beeaue Becaate ' dictionary the new divided paze. A "Sinks of Qeniua." b 00 " with .. VsAKUU I -- r 1" fc. Th Woman'sTonic ,a " aingla encyclopedia velum. e ia rf IlkO I ml. m ip Because ' 11 accepted by the Courti, SohooU and frees aa tho oao saprtme Becaate ho who knows win FueaaH, Let ua tell you about tale new work. Wait tar fawlaui ilur alrflU aanl it C. MIRIAM CO., rattfaUa, SeitajfkU. Ma AND HIDES H8K3T KiUET NIC! IAW FUK3 HIDES. WoolCpmmlesku. Willebc FA1B FOX imCdm m 4.00., AM Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try It I C. JOHN WHITE STABLI8HED Loexavzu. Kx. 1837 Matuaapr,rMlnraSSaMttcatBaaa.l Wrtlt la: LaditV Advisory Dcut. Chittiaooia. Medicine Co., CkitUnooci, Teas., (or Sitclal lmtruciiont, and W-p- e book. "Home Tmtucot lor Womco," teat free. J 51