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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 21, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912032101_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 21, 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 (LAY 81.00 a Year in Advance. We TY Told the d TIMES. .1. arc here to help Clay City, the SorronnJing Country and Onrsclvcs. R. Htirnhcr, Publisher. VOL. XVII. CLAY OITY. KX, THURSDAY lo-canse MARCH 21, J9IL. Up to Date Poultry Yards. Mrs. Nettie Welch is advertising in this issue some purely bred eggs for sale. Mrs. Welch haB the finest fowls in Powell .A county amit sue hiioum nave no trouble in disposing of them at home at the prices she asks for them. It costs no more to raise good fowls than it does to raise poor ones, and it is a great deal more profitable to raise the pure strain of blood in anything. We hope to see Mrs. Welch's precedent in raising the best in fowls followed up by every housewife His in the county. a NO. The Sick J 2 Apple Onming in Kentucky. the closest, constant study. A writer in Our Country from when yon think that ynt Honderson county, in which he have found a satisfactory ansis ad ? ocati nir the planting of wer, they will face you from an- Editor Truth; more orchards in Kentucky, niui in speaking of the excellent quality of the Kentucky products he says: "And if you speak of the Wine's'ap, in particular, in Kentucky, she can challenge the world. "They are in a class by themselves. In support, of this statement, the writer relates a little true story. l,A gentleman in Madisonville Ky., sent a barrel of Winesaps to his father in northern Illinois, who had formerly lived in Ken tucky. I lio oia gentleman was totally blind. The wife without telling him anything about where they came from passed the plate asking if he would like some apples. Taking the plate and smelling the apples, he exclaimed with surprise, 'Why, is Char-H- e here, and did he bring these, they are Kentucky Winesaps'. " In this same article the writer goes on further and states: ''Farmers of Kentucky as a rule are not. students. They do not make a careful study of their business but they rush ahead trying to 'see how much territory thy tcin cover, instead of largest returns Btnalleet amount of frotnJithB land. "This habit, must be overcome before u man can become a successful fruit grower. "The orchnrdist must be continually seeking an answar to four questions which he must be constantly asking what, why, What to do why when, how. -- other angle and other solutions must be sought. Ilcrice hn must acquire studious habits or fail. Another essential element in t ho makeup of a successful or chardist which the methods prao ticed for generations have had a tendency to eliminate is patient The great ell'n perseverance. is tor quick money. A man in April will have farrowed a litter of pigs and planted a field of corn and before Christmas will drive the corn to market in his hogs and have the money in his pock et, or maybe do worse, haul his corn to market directly from the stalk. You askthat man to plant an orchard and give it the constant care required, cultivating, pruning and spraying, for six or seven years before he begine to get any returns. Oh, no! that is too slow for me, the money is too far away, no matter how large the promise in future years. Because of the lack of this qualification you will fiud all over the state where thousands of trees have been planted that were eaten up by the stock before they reached fruiting age. You will not find one man in a hundred who will plant an orchard and take proper care of it; they simply vill not do it. They have not been trained that way and where habits are once formed it is ditiicult to change." Not finch Orass Seed Sowing. Oat. sowing without grass seed From an exchange we get the following truths told by a Missouri editor. Just why he so forgot his best inter ests we are unable to say. How. ever, he must have gone where all truthful editors go immediately after these truths escaped his ed itorial pou. Vc have not seen a copy of hid paper since. Here is what he says: "John Bonih, the laziest nier chant in town, made a trip to Beevillu yesterday. "John Doyle,- - our groceryman, cold-bloode- Dr. and Mrs. J. W. William, who have each been very sick, and for a time were compelled to close their popular store, ar" both much improved and able to return to business. This will ho glad news to their many friends. J. H. Burgher continues in bout the same condition. H suiters considerably with limbs, being unable par of the time to walk on them. Farm Train. is doing a- - poor business. store is dusty and uirty and no toriously odoriforous. How can , Marries for Lovo. e will be in vogue this year. We don't see any farmers that are intending to sow any grass this year on account of the high prices. Sweet clover is cheap you should do it when to do it is much better adopted to and how. To get an intelligent and of this county than the answer to these questions requires the lands other clovers. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Burgher arc the proud parents of a new girl which came to their home Wednesday, March 20, to make not generally hearts gladder and home bright- It e where: no street. He every pair now living, er, rowdies return,and he has abun kiiowii uiai will produce 1,000,000 flies before dant company ' The appearance of Spring is over. We should the "MarrijdMiBfJ Sylvia Rhodes kill summer while brings oue sad remembrance. 'em fast it counts. and James Canahan last Satur Housecleaning time. day evening at the Baptistchurch Dull Court Market. parsouage. The bride is a very But few cattle were at Mt. ordinary town girl who does not Sterling Monday and the buyers know any more than a rabbit a- - were still fewer. This made a A ereat fertilizer, and a hardy, bout cooking and never helped dull market for this usually busy vigorous forage plant for hay and her mother three days in her life. stock market. pasture. Will grow in any kind of soil, even very rocky places. She is not a beauty by any means Caii J. T. Potts has been placed be sown without plowing in winter and has u gait like a duck. The back on the road as tie inspector and early spring. Circular and price.'! groom is and an for New York Central lines. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. loafer. He has been livhas-gon- ne expect, to an much? it is Judge Elias Shockley, of Wolfe needless to say that the local pa- county, aged seventy-fivyears, was married last week to a Miss pers never contain his Rowland, a beautiful eighteen-year-ollass of Morgan county. "Rev. Stytz. preached Sunday It is the groom's third venture, night on charity. The sermon was punk. If the reverend gen and before his present marriage tleman would live up a little he deeded the girl he was to marcloser to what lie preaches, he ry all his personal property. He would have a larger congrega- is a very wealthy man and has been very prominent in his tion. "Dave Sonkey died hiBt Sun connty. day at this place. The doctor Swat the Fly. gave it out as heart failure. The Now is the time to swat the fact is he was'dtunk. His home housefly soon as the first ones are was a rented shack on Kowdy may seen. be d Kentucky Agricultural Department and the College of Agriculture of the State University will run a school train for farmers this spring embracing seventy counties of the State. We see that Powell and other Eastern Kentucky counties are omitted from the itinerary. The Hogs have now reached $7.50 per hundred in market, and if they keep on climbing Lke the past week they will reach eight dollars in another week. SWEET CLOVER well-know- n, te ing oh" the old folks all his life and he doesn't amount to shucks. They will have a hard life while they live together, and the News has no congratulations to oiler, for we don't believe any good Hazel Green Herald. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky.' New Fall Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. The Hazel Green Herald has WaKersville, SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! rounded out tweuty-sovo- n years of existence. The paper first ap peared March 4th,, 1885 the day when Grover Cleveland was first inaugurated President with Spencer Cooper editor, and publisher. Mr. Cooper has ever since been tliis uewsy paper's owner and publisher. This veteran editor has the respect and best wishes of the entire newspaper fraternity of Eastern Kentucky. mim We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our largo trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. Pension Commissioner Appointed. j , Oat. W. J. Stone, of Lyon cjoiilyf and old Confederate, tfhb'lbst alcg ia the civil war, coil in order to get room for new goods i If you are not coming in. lit this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's yoiir opportunity to save some money. First come, first se rved. lias .often appointed by Governor McCrenVy Pension .Commissioner. He' will have an 'riibe at the Capitol in Fraukfort and'will soon be able to. receive claims from the old veterans. - already one of our many pleased customers, come round rouie day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willojien your eyeeto an opportuni ty. . .-- Tobacco bed sowing time is here, but the. condition of the ground has not. arrived. More rain and mud is all in Gight at 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" .. present. SHIMFESSEL'S. II M y Howard and Claude Williams, 'jof Guyandotte, Wi Va., are vis iting their uncle, Dr. J. W IT J THE TIMES. ruiiLisiii:i vm:v n't prohibit. Give us a model license law with saloon regula- tion." With equal truthfulness we can say saloon regulation doesn't, regulate. A compromise on these grounds reminds us of Subscription rates 81 a ytnr or three the (tld saying, "give an inch and yearn in advance S. they will take a mile". Models 1. U. Burgher, Publisher. are all right, but- they are not to be found in the licensing busEntered as mail mutter, iness spoken of. Thursday, - - - - March 21, 1912. Estill county has been added to this Judicial district. There CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our sub- is now quite a connection bescribers, we have arranged club rates tween Powell and Estill counties, 'vith the following papers at price? being in the same Legislative below mentioned : district, the same Judicial disThe Times and trict, the same Senatorial district, Courier-Journ$1.00 janie Congressional district and " Cincinnati Knquirer 1.10 every other district in which 'JO " Louisville Herald " Home and Farm 75 counties are banded together in " Irlmid Farmer 1.00 this State. " American Farmer !)0 " Southern Agriculturist 7j A Chicago newspaper has written us trying to get us to perWe hardly know how to take suade our city to take out a page the Kentucky State Board of advertisement with it and quotes Health. They have been preach-miMi- p us the low (?) rate of $1050 per for years that consump- page for a single issue. The tion is caused by breathing the Times has been doing a lot germs which escape from the of free advertising for Clay City spital of victims of the white for sixteen years and has never plauue, now they como to us and usked the city for one cent of is tukeu pay. ;iy that consumption principally when persons are children by drinking milk from The newspaper plate trust ofcows that have tuberculosis, and fers to supply this oilice with all want us to write Gov. McCreary the plate matter it can use in the asking him to veto a certain interest of Theodore Koosevelt measure that was recently pass- for President. We had about ed by the Legislature in which concluded that Teddy was the the management of tuberculin real candidate of the people, but ows was placed in veterinarians when the trusts are oll'ering to of the several counties. We were boost him free we are compelled convinced of the former theorv, to change our minds. v but as they have brought out anBut. few people are what they other on us now we don't know seem. If all in the world was what about it. what it. really appears, there When I'ostmaster General would be no trouble for people Hitchcock recommended the gov- to know what to depend upon. ernment taking hold of the tele- A hypocrite is the worst characgraph business of this country, ter ever a person has to have the Times spoke encouragingly dealings with. There is but few of the project. This was before namtln ill flirt iiai.Ii1 tli..- una nil i;t:iuiu til mc "Uliii lll.ll twif it hud come to the light, that the touch of hypocracy. rich telegraph companies are really now anxious to dispose of A Powell county rock chimney their property at a big price to builder is said to be oU'erin;: to the government as they can see in do contract, work for customers the near future that wireless te- living near the county roads at legraphy will supplant the old greatly reduced prices, .mis is M'stem. We will give it up, only made possible on account of .i when a national figure of the me mu (i ior mortar icin; so thoroughly worked up and the Republican party seemingly passengers of the highway will-iusomething for the people, to aid in removing it. he invariably has something un his sleeve which in the end will The modern church is said to revert to the best interests of bo colder than in former and moneyed few, for they it to who better days of Christendom. One has kept them in power at Wash bhould not be surprised at this ington for lo, these many years. when they take a view of mod- The Colonel Then and Now. On the night of the Presidential election in 1001 President Koosevelt gave out the follow- thuksday. ing statement : 1 hasn't many boulders in it much larger than your head, inanv ofl our citizens now declare it is the best piece of road we have in this end of the conntv. al "On the 4th of March next shall have served three and a half years, and this three and a half years constitute my lirst term. The wise custom which limits the President to two terms regards the substance and not the form, and under no circumstances will I bo a candidate for or accept another nomination." Wonder how he will harmonize this statement since he has tutional disease and therefore regone and followed his hat into quires constitutional treatment. the ring seeking the Presidential nomination again? The plain man is usually ing for something to plane. look- ' Cutnrrl. Cure, manufactured . J- - c',f!nRV & Co., lolcdo, by v is the on j ooiisimmuiiii! cuiv " the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drop to u" tea It acts directly on the spoonful. There is more Catarrh in this blood and iiiucoiw surfaces of Hut section of the country than all oth- system. They oiler one hundred er diseases put together, and until dollars for any case it fails to cure. the last few years was supposed to Send for circulars and testimonials. be incurable. For a yreat many Add ros : years doctors pronounced it n local " F. .1. Cheney V Co . Toledo, O, disease and prescribed local remeSold by Druggists, .ic, dies, and by counstantly failing to Take Hall's Family Pills for euro with loeal treatment, pro- constipation. nounced it incurable. Science has has proven catarrh to be a consti- SEEDS 111 Hfii we 1 1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 1st und 2nd Sabbaths of even- FOR 10 CENTS .end ntinll our i rr-ri- n raMni ic t jir.CTDir r.aii. a alf. Frlaf.ii Judith at., (. felMrawtai r.l.r. rarly Irraw.li.aJ (aU.ta . each month. I'rayer Meetings, Wednesday ings. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. Alllk Cow for Sale. CE3LI2A, QATE3, EC TP and other Infectious diseases. Cnrei and FriTlltl. Oneiftc hnltle fnatfra 1. Dal. Ions of medicine. Sold by leading druggists. Circulars and Samples Free Bourbon Kcnx-d- y Company, toxlsgtos.Kj'. t p. F.IWUa H.rtrl Itn.t. 4UTari.tl.iChule.l'1aii.rS..Jf .... ... . . Fresh, Reliable, t'ure to Please (Guaranteed ncr anil test the mporlor Our Northern 0 rowu Seeds. SPECIfU. OFFER w an. , , .10 to. . as. . .11. 10. Writs today I S.nd 1 cats to help anl pacllDf and wilri th. altota 'Tsmom Cull.ftifin." with our K.wr an! In.tnxtire (lAnJ.n llnltl. rr rt.f. ORKAT NOKTII KRX SKIilr CO. 1383 Itoao 8t. ltorkTonl, Illinois ' For sale, splendid milk cow with young calf. Apply at this oflice. Eggs For Sale. Ikrrcd Plymouth Rock, 50c per setting. Brown Leghorn, 7oc per setting.' White Leghorn, $1 per setting. Eggs gathered after order is re ceived. Mrs. Nettie elch, Clay City, Ky. peed For Sale. HILE OUR SALE CLOSED ON THE 20th. WE limited quantities at our farm ARE STILL MAKING ATTRACTIVE PRICES two miles south of this city. Price $J.ii0 per hundred where ON LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS; BOYS;H purchuser furnishes sacks or SUITS AND PANTS, DRESS GOODS, MILLINER.; $1.00 whete sacks are furnished. Corn chop and cov pea meal in w J. E. .Burgher. HATS. CAPS, AND SHOES. ' ' SPOUT SPRING. S. M. Townsend made a Hying trip to Torrent Tuesday. J. II. Crow went to Mt. Ster- YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE. ling Monday where he purchased some mule stock. S. M. Townsend bought in Mt. Sterling Monday one mule and Tuesday bought of Elzy of Clay City, a match to it. The pair cost him about JfJJOO. Mrs. Geo. W. Pasley, whose serious illness wnsjiotediu our last correspondence, is some bet ter this week. Clyde Townsend was at Mt Sterling Monday. Clyde, who has been on the road for some time will spend the summer with his lather and help him farm. i ne niiuiuy condition ot our roads has caused those inlerostei in t ho removal of the road out of Plum creek to abandon the project. Tho creek never gets muddy, and as it is only frozou a small part of the time and Will-iams, a of-fe- g MRS. J.. W. WILLIAMS. Congressman Langlev says he ern church members. is going to supply his patrons in The first thing some politicians he counties, removed from the do when they wint to run for i id lentli with graden seeds as ollico is" to buy a farm and at formerly G tiess Langley hus 'once start the ronort. "lie's a M'en the cold shoulder our Kepre-- farmer." Tentative troni the beventh lias turned to us and oilers these few It's easier to induce some men warden seed as a mere matter of to run for oflice thun to walk u (insolation. Thoughtful John, block to secure a job of work. v e will remember you when the .eed come this way. Our gar-i'eis an exceptionally large one . ml it is lot nee sowing time al1 1 i 4 n USE. IIAD17 . I rf: it Is MILLS FIsaOTTR ready. The parcels post question is eing vigorously agitated by the express company's in other names. The are flooding the country newspaper odices with valuablo (?) urticles against the measure. Hail the express companies fixed reasonu-- I It) rates there would have been i'0 clanu r for the parcels post. Wonderful, how the express (ompanie. are interested in the I ly A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK , h $i $1 ft' Gt ffl After Christmas When tUc New Year Arrives is an asset of real worth to any community and the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business"man. Clay City National The is seeking your business, Clay ft City National Bank. M Copt r i the general custom to leave oil' bud liubita and aeipiire new and butter ones. One of the best to pet und an easy one to retail), Is the liubit of using l'earl llmm You will lind it the beet you ever used, and thoroughly satisfactory fur all purposes, and its use will Mum be' ' come u custom. a'l country merchants. They tell us "Prohibition does. mmam&mssmmmm m b J- - andrew gain, Versailles, Ky, t THE TIMES. AN I Klilur Florence, of Lexington, Outlier Martin, of Vinton, vispreached at the Christian church ited his aunt, Mrs. Win. (J. Marin this city Sunday iiiorniiii: and tin, the Inst of the week. at ninht. Nineteen Allies a Second without a jar. shock or distin liancc, LOCAL is the awfnl speed of mir earth through (.pace. Yi'u wonder at sueh TIH'USDA Y Maivli L'l, ease of nature's movement, and o do thoe who take Dr. Kind's New Misses NVIIie Mini Iluttiu Knox Life L'ills. No gripiny. noilisti-Hss- , of Levee, spent Siitnnlay until just thnnifih work that l)riii "nd .Moml;iy with relatives in the Health Mild on; 'o ets at city. all dealers. . ! A. IIO.MK.MADK I'AJ KI HltmTlKS. l.li. 1 Hood Mallard's wile eninmif ted suicide at Ilanylton, Ohio, last week, and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. We observe one thing, that where Mart IJiillnrd left for that pla'je. the roads are properly bedded Today is the Spring solstice or and ditched, there is no deep equinox period, u time when. the mud, but where they have not days .and nights are of equal been so properlv cared for, they length everywhere, over the are almost impassible. Repels Attack of Death. "Five years ago two dnctoi told me I Inid nnlv two vimru in l!v.. This startling stat"ment ,was made by Stillinan (i recti, Malachite, Col. "They told me I wi)yhl die with consumption. It was up to me then to try the best lung medicine and I began to use Dr. King's It was well I did, for today I urn working and believe I Ifth roads were ever worse il owe my life to this great throat was w hen they were not in use. and lung cure that bus cheated the of these unhappy a homes arc dub to the illness ol the wife, mother or daughter. The feelings of nervousness, the befogged mind, the iiltcmp:r, the pule and wrinkled (nee, hollow ond circled eyes, result most ofien from thine disorders peculiar to women. For the '.roman to he happy and she must naturally hrsc good health. Dragginrt-dow- a feelings, hysteri i, hot-ulus or constantly returning pains and achoi are too tfrrat n drain upon n womt.i's vitality nod blrength. I)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription roctorec 'wcal and sick women to sound health hy regulating n:v3 correcting the local disorders which arc generally rcspoiuihlc for tha above distressing symptoms. I iu!Toral rrra'-lfor n numt-e- r c.f year! nr.rt for the past Ihreo years ns h lh.it llfu was u mi.stry to mo," write JlRS. It. F. DlCK-i:n, or Uilci, Olil-i- Kiutu I. "Tho doctors toM mo I wuulil have to If t ii 'io?pit.it bet ir 1 wouM rvtr lie lietlcr. A ear niro this winter r.i.il t,.rinr as u.ns thim ever Itfire. At eaeh periml I suirered Ilko r.m t!n mother of six chlMrcn. rno in tormrn. waft n had for five i.iontlis Hint 1 r.ew r"n.itliin;: mutt lie il ne, to I wrote to Dr. It. V. good-lookin- g f o. , 1 1 1 1 mAWRXEU? HAPPY THO' lives, hut large percentage There are unhappy married Tierce, t'l!lntr IiIti ns .icariv Oi I conM liow I KUtTerol. lie outlinl :i cmir-of trintriert "vlntli I followed to ''u letter. I took two bottles of "Favorite Prc'cr'ptioi' and omof "Ooldcn Mcillrat Dl.coery ' mid a fifty-reand l"ive rever stitrereil much ilnce. l.ltlM'f 'itmart-Venl- ,' I wihh I eouM tell evrrv pitrerlnf woman the world over wliat n boon Dr. l'iorcc medicine uie. Tl'ere Is no uro wastini; tfmo and money iloclorf n;r with nnyl'uwr i No or any one else." The Medical Advi;cr by R. V. Pierce, M. D., HufFalo, N. Y., answers hosts of delicate questions about which crave of another victim." Its fob lv to suffer withj coughs, colds r other thrott and lung troubles now. Inke the cure that's safest. Price AO cents and 81.00. Trial bottle free at nil dealers. 1I.--- T. c every woman, single or married ought to know. Sent free on receipt of 31 stamps to piy fnr wrapping and maijing only. earth. Our mud streets have so im- Spring begins today and it is Imped that this is the time when we may net in n little sprint: proved with even two days sun If has heretofore been that some of our brave lads and wor,k, unusually bad, then- - heim; but lasses ventured out busily riding one lair day in th; lirst half of Sunday utternonn. Fruit and Shade Trees!! STRAWBERRY PLANTS When in Need of - Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, (ilorlous News ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. comes from Dr. J, T. Curtis, NO AOENTS. Dwight, Kim. He writes: "I not FREE CATALOG. The recent session f the Leg- - only have cured bad cases of eze- - H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, islature appropriated hundreds ma in my patients with Electric Lexington, Ky. of thousands of dollars more than Bitters, but also cured myself by 1 feel they should, but one increase of them of the same i;rr;T"fE"7,T'irr"T;rj;TT;rT;rivri'ii!; was just, that was the sine they will benefit any case of salary raising of the salaries of Repre- eczema." This dimvs what thouOAI'ITAIi STOCK. 8IOO.OOO- sentatives from WOO to $(500 per sands liHve proved, that Klrctiic Bitters is a most effective blood pusession. uiviuki) imii'rrs. noo.ooo rifier. Its an excellent remedy for ill Mrs. J .Will Shrout, of Mt. eczema, tetter, .salt rheum, ulcers, II il, TJIK Sterling, committed suicide by boils and running sores. It stimu"1 tying a'nec.ktie around her neck, lates liver, kidneys, and bowels, ll "yiNCJIESTKR BAN If. causing strangulation. She had expels poisons, help digestion, oi" Winciihtkh. Ky. 'j been an invalid for years, and builds up the strength. Pricp 50 this caused her to perforin the ets it tisf action guaranteed y all ; X. Holly Witiii3Kspiot, Pjci W. U. SlMtAH. Oaniiiiik, irrational act. Mrs. Shrout was dealers , h t a niece ot Mrs. T. J; Fletcher of YOUIi ACCOUNTS SOr.lCITlOl) '4 this citv. If: e. John (iaylonl. Jr., a former resideift of this city, was run over by a train of ears ot Sardis, Miss, and received injuries that will result it is thought, in his death. March. Time farmers were get tlrape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, ting in their oats and their gruss Roses, Pennies, IMilov. i sown. Everjthlnn For Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, I Winchester, - Ky. To Aothers"and Others. You can use Bucklens Arnica Salve to cure children of cc.ema, rasli'S, tetter', chilling, scaly and erupted humors us well as their ac injuries, cuts, burns, bruits etc., with perfect safety. Nothing else lieals so quickly. For Ixiils, uicers, old. ""running or fevei sines or piles it has no equal ets at all dealers. cidental ; 1 . ' drra ot a "eapey tho thr-a- t cliicUen destroys tho worms anJ savci tho clileU'H life. A f drop i In tho drlnklae watci mo? SEE 5: J.P.riAUPPIN,i Watchmaker X. Jeweler. l $. OUR CURES and PREVENTS GAPES rt!!c d!crr!i3CJ, roup, cholcrK nu ', nth.r clii:! diseases. . . SPRING AND Fruit Trees Given Away, OOIITI3CR" OllitrVtllire " Kitty upplo trots, three anil four .y,..rsoIl K.ven to em-l- . person who lniVH ,10 One 50c Hctae of nUv I Makes 12 Gallons ot .Medicine. t PK ,,.. : - All llfirfc nl on .. rn.i. C I ft . I. v . 4. l...nn-UI- '1". Short Notice and ' . . Everv noultrv iipplt' troes, aborted TliU ofTur BOURBON all to w well varit'ties naiiu'd below. ATKINSON open ut)til the ifflfS&c.o.iu. RtMEC hoiM fc'rn n bottle of free sami ' '. p" n. iv l..i4nM f liiAi 1, i.C- UqIUII, .J. ItV SOLD awn utAKici:u. utne ov . . . T WWTTW.t " A kUL.L.LaLIE;. " Call and ?ee me in the Red River Hotel Building, CLAY CITY, . CM t. T 1 SUMMER & LYLE, STANTON, KY 15th day of March, 1912. riillikan Business School, LEXINUTON, KY. Tunas Cash. Tho.--e who come for trees must hrin straw to pro. BOOKKIiEPINO, SHORTHAND, tect the homo, oi trees: iiico ropes TYPEWRITING. to tii) down with. Troes ean he Hiifuly traiisplantcil liming the win This school has turned out linn season at any lime when the dreils of men and women who Hoys come Ken is oitun. UTouiul are successes. It will make. ' liavo (or yon. ' w'liat a success of you. Hed As- Si:.M.MHU AI'I'UKS: tnuihaii, IJenoiii, Karly 1! nvest, Write for Catalogue. (!. Sweet, Muiiien Transparent, llliwh, Hed .Mine. X. tfpv, K. AITUCS: tela si MS liiiiiuly, S. Iteauty, (i. lioldun, tt-- r 1 3 S 4. tCY. GOODS AD. IK rMG f7- - 7 ' IN THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK. Wr tell you how, and pay b'st mr rtet V it lb ll: and c ii cij JiHri'i"; r..F ... .. than BjjenU or commission :ncr. minniii. k 'lereiiLL'a anv i.inL' in I ,n. UVlllf. Wfitifr weekly priic i t. rP M. SABCI. & SONS rf. ' 1 ' 4Ji Kiver. rt Mjrrit it, lOl'ISYIll?, Udlors In FUiti, HIOEC, WOOL. &3 C. K lt A WINTUR AIMM-KS- : Stayiiian' Wimi Sup. Coniinoii WinttS'ips, IJon Davis, (iiino, rftark, I. K. Winter, .loh malum, Smith Cider, Yellow .1 rHieU I S.PCCIAL OFF12R: kitlM N k HARDWICK allot, .Milam, Opoltisint, Russett, J Unfit TwiJSi Gieenville. II.!.., niw inhl WIKli4H liOAKAI.'TEKU TO I'LUkE. WrHe fienthn this Piper. ma . to-dc- y; Frlre Cr.'tef.tfni T. .' ' 1Iu.I.,.l ilthlmnl n iumm i uu .' i',lJilu,ail.u.s pU TIUU Electric! Succeed vihta eveiythiae else falls. In nervous prostmioa and female weaknesses they art the supremo remedy, as thousand, nve testified. HOME NURSERIES, J. U. Bitters TOMACIi TROUBLE & COMPANY, STANTON. ADAMS, Proprietor, 1 " T. - Lrf...Mr null 11 bltf h'.f. D.N0.3 Richmond, Ky. Nursery at Waco, Ky. rhoiic Wueo k 7-- Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. i Kentucky Farm Statistics. c Kentucky ranks fourteenth in population and thirty-sixtin laud area among the states and territories of continental United States. The surface of the state rises gradually from an altitude of about 800 feet arong the Mis si8sippi Itiver, in the western portion of the state, to an nlti tude in excess of 2,000 feci. in the extreme eastern portion. West of the Tennessee Itiver the sur face is low and almost level, be ing broken only by the deeper The creek and river valleys. greater portion of the central part of the state is rolling to un dulating, constituting a portion of the western slope from the Allegheny Mountian region. The south central part of the state is occupied by siliceous limestone shales, and saudstones, while a portion of the west central part along the Ohio Itiver is occupied by sandstones and occupied shales. In the north central por tion of the state are masses of pure limestones. The entire eastern portion forms a part o the elevated and considerably dissected western slope of the Appalachian Plateau, while i small area in the extreme south eastern portion lies within the folded portion of the Appalach ian Ranges. The soils of the western por tion of Kentucky are derived almost entirely from the soft yel low silty loess which was carried southward from the glaciated re gion of the north and deposited as a thicfecoveringover theOoas tal Plain formations of the Mis sissippi Valley. These soils are. principally silty loams. The si iceous limestones of the south central portion of the state give rise to a gray silty loam surface soil over the more gently sloping areas and to stony loams over the steeper slopes. This section h There are 38 counties clustered together in the north central part of the state in which the average laud values are higher than those of the surrounding counties; in one of these counties, Fayette, the average value is $100.5)8 per acre, and in most of the' others it exceeds $25. Counties in which the average is between $10 and $25 per acre are, however, for the whole state more numerous than any other clnss. Powell is in this class. Most of the counties in the extreme eastern and southeastern parts of the state show an average value of less than $10 per The average is less than acre. $10 also in 7 counties located in the western part of the state. Between 1000 and 1010 there was an increase of 24,518, or 10.4 per cent., in the number of farms in Kentucky, as compared with an increase of 0.0 per cer:t. During the in the population. decade the total farm acreage and the improved acreage both increased ; the former by 1 per cent, the latter by 4.5 per cent. On account of the graater relative increase in the number of farms than in the farm acreage, the average size of farms, which is $21. 8a. world where this system works favorably. Treat the cows right and satisfactory results will not be looked for in vain. TWENTY-TWO MILLION COWS That Number of Animals In U. 8. Produced $800,000,000 Worth of Dairy Products In Year. . million cows There aro twenty-twin this country, and tho department of o $800,-000,00- agriculture estimates the wdalth produced by them in one year to be oi an average profit of $36.36 per cow per annum. Compared with this average per 'cow, the accompanying illustration, showing what one champion cow produces each year, is interesting. This cow is "Sophie," a that knew enough to drink milk from Do a little common sense reasoning while you are teaching the calf Make Your Wet LamUJiioductlvc. to drink. By the use of diain tile join ciiit turn that low, wet, ustlft-s- , swamSheriff's Tax Sale. As Sheriif of Powell County 1 will py field into the most irodui'livt spot oa yotfr farm, (loud ' til-- , p on Monday, April 1st 1012, it properly placed, not tmly dimes off court, day, and at the Court surplus wnter, it "limit air to tlm House door in Stanton, Kv., be- soil and make? it msy to work. tween the hours of 10 o'elock a. in. It improves any soil. The inriviico and IJ o'clock p. m. sell to the high- in the vnltm of the hind 'is niiinv Tn fust timer- the cost of thw tile est and best bidder for chsIi, the year's crop from tiled land. pns following described property or , so for it. Any body can do the work much thereof (is may he necessary successfully. Write for particuto satisfy all tuxes due thereon for lars or cell at oui plant. the year Mil. Sale covers penalty, Red R'iver Brick & they first naw tho light' of 'day. Did you ever see a little baby two days old a pall? Farm Drain Tile he-In- - 7 TONA 'J ' interest and costs: Boundary of lmd belonging to 8. J. Miller in precinct 3. adjoining Ben Rey, anio.int of tax and rests : 810 C HAUL, Sheriff. T. Tile Company, STANTON, 78 , . KENTUCKY. Very Serious Champion Jersey Cow. ' champion Jersey owned at Lowell, Mass. Her record for twelve months Is 14,$73 poundB three ounces of milk, equaling 1,005 pounds eleven ounces of butter. mm bsbsssssse : Anyone tending a nfcef rh and dtacriMlon ma; opinion freo nnlcltlr ascertain our piilentahle. whether an Conimunlm. tiiTciitlmi ta probably limit MrlcllycnnnUeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patent! cut free. Oldest naciicr for eerurtujr irotenta, fnt ente taken through Munn A Co. racelre tfteUU nutlet, without charge. In the OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE It is a very serious matter o ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUctK-DrmjgH- marks Designs Copyrights Ac i rade T liver Medicine . Common 8ense With Calf. A calf two days old doesn't know comprises great one -- tobacco of growing the re gions of the United States. The soils along the Ohio River, derived from the sandstones and shales, range from heavy clays to line sandy loam. The blue.grass region in the north central of the state is occupied by heavy loams, clay loams, avl stony loams derived from the por-tio- n almost pure Silurian limestone. These soils are strong and fertile and have given this part of Kentucky its reputation for high fertility. The blue grass is to this soil. The extreme eastern portion of the state being more rugged, is less suited to extensive agriculture. The more level tops of the plateau, are cultivated, and the line sandy loams and siltv loams fair crops. Within the mountainous portion of Kentucky there are a number of small limestone valleys of considerable fertility. Of the state's entire laud area, SO. 3 per cent, is in farms. As shown by figures, the proportion, is less than three-fifthin only two counties, Bell and Harlan.: in the southeastern corner of the state. Of all the counties in the tate, rN have from (JO to 5)0 peri cent, oi their land in farms, and f) have AO per cent, or more of their laiMl SO included. The average value of farm laud pur acre for tho state as a whole im-tiv- e . Stations. YIELD Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily t of Molasses and improves the Qual'I'. M. A. M. ity 100 per cent. " Molasses clearer P. M. A. M. than any other kind and much Bet5 ::)" 1:3:5 Lexington, 7:20 8:50. no other . ter tasted. 8:0,-4:.M) Winchehter, 8:0:J ::17 kind of cane willyer be uron on 4 ::17 L. & E. Junction, 7:51 8:18 your place for yrdp. Price $1 00 2:af 7 :'.7 Indian Fields, 2:4!l 8:32 per gtllon for feed. If not more 3:05 8:50 CLaY CITY, ?:Ut .4:05 agriculture the general increase than pleased will refund your mon- y:la !):(ia Ii:50 Stantorl, 7:10 J. W. M1ZE, :):51 ISosslyn. in the prices of commodities :05 li'.U 7:05 in ey. Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 3:28 (5:5!) 3:15 Filson, 0:12 the last 10 yeurs should be borne Seed can be seen and sample of 3:47 (5:43 3:30 !i:27 Camptun Jnnctlon, in mind. molasses examined t the Times 3:52 !):32 '3:25 0:40 Natural Bridge, a farm, office. The average value of . 3:1-(5:25 Torrent, 4;04 J:44 ' 2:51 including its equipment, is. $2,- (5:03 Beany ville Jet. 4:25 10:04 f). & K. Junction, 5:1!) 1:57 10:57 85)0, an, increase of $075), or 48.8 5:10 1:50 5:05 Jackson, 5:25 11:05 per cent, over the value in 15)00; 11:25 Quicksand, 1:25 The average value of laud per CONNECTIONS. acre has increased $8.55), or 01.5) LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will nmke connection nl Lexington with per cent, since 15)00. (SC. the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection ?rouipti r obtained In all atrantrlei o MARKS, Caveati and Copyright ngla. ImhviI. hnid skMrli. ilortfl or Photo, for CARING FOR COWS IN WINTER with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. mil RlPOHTonimteiitatillllT. BANK StrSMNCSS. CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, willtrnske con-- ; kfM I renii In Uainiu for Inralnabl book Importance of Good Shelter in Cold or on HOW TO 'OBTAIN andtSILL PATENTS. nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Caaipton. Mrli pnr will par. How to itet a partner, 8tormy Weather Can Easily Be patent law and other valuable Information: BKATTYVILLE JUNliTION: Trains Nw. 1. 2 and 3 will n.uke conDetermined by Owner. nection with the l dt A. Railway for Beatty ville. D. GO. The importance of good sheltering ttlTffllT AUfVaVBaV A K. JUNCTION;: Tjai-- s O. Nos. 2, 5 and 4 will make com ec 303 Seventh St., Washington, b. C. in cold or stormy weather for milk tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel Citj, Ky.. and cows can be easily tested by any O. & K. stations. owner of them. Let him shelter one CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Paeenper Ajjc nt. lot overnight and not to feed them; DOUBLES-TH- E Once'-plante2 acres in 15(00, had acres in 1010. The total value of farm prop erty. which includes land, buildings, implements and machinery, and live stock (domestic animals poultry, and bees), is $778,75)8,-00an increase of $802,752,000, or 04 8 per cent since 15)00. Land alone has increased in value (50 4 per cent, the value of buildings has increased 00.1 per cent, that of implements and machinery 80.8 per cent, and that of live stock 5S).8 per cent. In considering the increase of values in was 5)8.7 d to 85.(5 anything about drinking milk from a pall. It must be taught to drink and patience must be exercised on the part of the teacher. We have seen men kick a young calf because it would not drink, and yet the calf knew more at birth than did these meu when Scientific Americana culation of aur clentlda journal. Ternu.IJ a year: four months, L Sold by all newedenlera. Branch Office. 625 A handiomelr lllnntrated weetlr. Ijirrest cir- The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, in-digestion and liver trouble, fs firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger sue man au others combined. SOLD IN TOWN P3 F St, Washington, D. C & E. 0, Mize's Gem 'Sugar Cane. Anew kind of cane that East-Boun- d. SUflY OF L. EtFective May No. 4, TlflE TflSLE. West-Houn- l!IU. No. 2, No. 1, No. MO Patenlpnct-Imexrliulrrl- r. SWIFT I k how-eve- r, pro-(luc- e south-easter- n s I I I then feed another lot all they want and let them remain overnight outdoors in the, wind and dampness. We will be very much surprised if the first lot does not give more milk the next morning thau the second lot. Many progressive dairymen recog nize the Importance 'of good shelter for their stock the stock providing On the other band, their income. many stock owners who know the importance of feeding do not appear to give tho credit to housing, which they should. Even on farms where there is plenty of feed cows fall off greatly in milk production If the pasture ou which they aro running is exposed to the cold wind. Neglect to provide shelter and warmth causes the puyr' ' endurance 'essarily of the' cuttle to bo f taxed that It is impost produce the full quantity of niiu, Unfortunately especially with farmers and villagers who keep only from one to three cows a system of management prevails which in numerous cases l,ractIca,'y 1,0W8 t,l animals to And their own living, to put up with tht cold of winter and ih iinBhad.l hkt of summer, and to subsist to a considerable etcnt only on. the natural pasture. 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