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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 28, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912032801_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 28, 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 si. mi Ytnr In Ad iCTTY jhl SnrroDnJing Country and Ourselves. TIME .1. vane;. We arc here to help Clay City, E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI a L 03 j AT CITY. K.Y., THURSDAY, First State Primary. The first State primary law in Kentucky will be held on Saturday, August 53, this year, under the. now primary law recently passed by the Legislature and approved and signed by Governor MeCreary. At this primary election candidates of all parties for Representatives in Congress will be nominated, except in the Seventh district, where the nomination has already been made. Under this law all primary elections are to be held on the first Saturday in August of each year, and the expense is to be borne, by Effect une i MARCH 28, J 9 12. NO. 33 Broom Corn. A New Plan for Ronds. If system could ho devised to work sill Hie idh: laborers of the. cnuiifv (in the tin lit io ruiiils mak-in- ? one-hal- j. .1 iliem into good turnpikes, the profiit it. ami take f woiilil iiild.to our fiirin hi nils those new turnpikes and jmy t hi'8 laborers for their work, which it would amply do, we would In; able to hnvu turnpikes in Powell n nd at a profit' to nil concerned beside", and the use of the fjood roads to boot. Uere is a profitable project for some Jiuancier: Let him secure an option on all farm lands along a a certain road at. what these lands the State. Consequently, the priare now worth while the roads mary election to nominate canare bad, then build the turnpikes didates for the various county ofand dispose of the lands at what fices cannot be held until Authey will be-- worth after the pikes gust 2, una. are built We believe there would A Forcible Reminder. be a uood profit in the venture, The impassible condition of and suggest that some of the more enterprising: citizens along many roads in various sections of some road leading from Clay the country for weeks and mouths Jity form a company and make of the winter now drawing to a u trial of it at the expense of close has been a forcible remindtheir less enterprising neighbors. er of the necessity of having imIt. surely would pay not even tak- proved road3 before another wining into account the increased ter season shall arrive. Let not the .matter restv this summer value of their own farm lands. policy through any ' Death of Mrs. Walters. by a citilike that made famous Mrs. Eva Walters, wife of II. zen of Arkansas with respect to B. Waiters, died at Waltersville the roof of his dwelling. Inland Thursday evening, aged thirty-eve- n Farmer". years. She is survived by Beaten to a Frazzle. her father, Miles Bach, three In the New York Republican and one sister. Funer- brothers ' The Confederate Pension luw which takes effect June 2th will bo n greaf relief to many of the old veterans who are now in sore need. 4To get a pension tinder the provisions of this law, the applicant .must have resided in the State since January, 1007, aud must'have sorved in the Confederattrarmy or navy at least one year or until the close of the war. J&o must now be either disabled or indigent. He is excluded from help, if he is to earn a support, or if he already receives ' a pension from any Government, or if he removes from the State, or if he has a net. income of $100 a, year or property worth $2,500, or if his wife has income snlliicient to support the two, or if he is peusioued by private individuals or if partly by broperty and partly by labor he can enjoy an income of $300 a le Dies in West Virginia. Mrs. Lizzie Duncan, wife of C. W. Duncan, died at White Sulphur Springe, W. Va., Tuesday, March 26th. The remains were brought here yesterday and were taken to the Clay City Hotel where funeral services will bo held this morning by the Rev. Louis Fryman after which burial in the local cemetery. For months Mrs. Duncan has been an Good broom corn sells for $200 a ton, but there is not much broom corn, good or otherwise, being grown in Kentucky. In fact there is a scarcity of the first-clas- s product everywhere invalid. Before marriage Mrs. Duncan was a Miss Eaton being a sister to J. B., CO., Bert and Jesse Eaton of this city. She leaves besides her husband, six children, her mother, Win. Eaton, of Tennessee, besides the four brothers of this city above mentioned; Mrs. J. W. Chaflin, of Sardis, Miss., Mrs. F. O. Mize, of Quicksand, Mrs. J. O. Fitch, of Lexington, Mrs. J. H. O'Rear and Miss Alice Eaton of this city. Hunters flust Pay License. All resident hunters in Kentucky must now pay a license of $1 00 before they can enjoy the huntsport, while ers must pay a license of $15 00 for the same privilege. The hunting season has been extended to February 1st, beginning the same time as before November 15th. Landowners can hunt on their non-reside- nt has been reflected in recent years in the high prices of brooms. Eederal census figures show that in 1909 broom corn was grown on 1,0-1farms in Kenwhich year. Why Were We Slighted? Why is it that the Farm Spe-cia- tucky, but the entire harvest acre-- i amounted to only and the entire product aggregated only 157,28(5 pounds of the value of about $14,000. A pound of broom corn seed will plant an acre of ground aud tho cost of cultivation is uot heavy. Broom corn does not exhaust the soil, as the stalks are plowed under and thus enrich the land. The stalks also are in some for the making of paper pulp. Courier-Jurnaut de-mau- d l. l short-sighte- d lev. .LbuiVFryriian and burial in the family graveyard Saturday. Deceased was a most estimable lady in every sense of the word. Shejhud been a long and patient sufferer, and Mr. Walters hue spent large sums of money in the trial of every treatment to relieve her sufferings but all to no avail. The bereaved have the sympathy of n large circle of friends. now being.' iuWv)'lfewith ,ex& ceuenr resuns?7.y unnring mountain farmers, tind a coterie of same date also carried the Indi- experts like this would do more ana convention. The capture of good to these folks than they these two states together with would in the Bluegruss section, where less attention is paid to the Aistructions heretofore by the Present, makes the scientific culture of the soil. his nomination an almost cerWinchester Democrat. ob-taiu- cuts out the counties of Eastern Kentucky i its itinerary? Estill, Lee, Powell, Breath-itt- , Rowan, Carter Whitney, Knox, Bell, Laurel, and several others, that can be reached by railroads shouldjhave the opportunity of this train more than the Bluegrass regions. There is land in the aboyj;-- r nttes, just Hogs were eight cents on the Cincinnati market yesterday. This is the highest price for hogs in several months. We hope to see them go still higher. PRESBYTERIAN Services CHURCH. o n property without paying Given Life Sentence. y licensQfee.. Sam Watkins was yesterday given a life sentence for the killingof LouisNapper in Breathitt county sometime ago. Watkins was given a like sentence at a special term of this court last September but was given a new trial by the Court of Appeals. 1st and 2nd Sabbaths of each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. SWEET CLOVER A great fertilizer, and a hardy, vigorous foruge plant for hay and pasture. Will grow in any kind of Cun soil, even very rocky places. he sown without plowing in winter nnd eurly spring. Circular and prices BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. tainty. New Fall Millinery the newest styles and lowest prices. Mrs. Ollie Sewell, of WinchesGovernor MuOreary has apter, is visiting her sister, Mrs. pointed Fred It. Bl ickburn, of Mandy Walters, at Waltersville this county, a member of the and other relatives here. new State Boa'd of Agriculture. Mr. BJackburn for the past two years has been a member of the old Board, and has worked hard for the betterment of the farmers in this part of the State, and, especially for the farmers of Powell county, though it may not have been appreciated by them as it should. Good Appointment. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and Juit received from the city which combines SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fust cosl in order Green Watkins was tried aud came clear in Breathitt county last week for the shooting of "Yallur Oat" Davis in Jackson some tune last tall. Davis was jshot by Watkins, who was acting 'as town Marshal of Jackson, while resisting arrest. Davis was hurried to the hospital at Lexington, but died on the train at Boweu in this county. IH are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they aro Saving Money. You can do the canio thing. to get room for new goods coming in. In tin's sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first save some Farmers are being ollered in the Bluegrass 0 and 0J cents for their lambs aud 20 and 25 cents a pound for their "wool. These prices are good and satisfactory the' only trouble being there are not onouirh sheen and lambs in the country especially through 'this section. Except on the riv-'ePowell county is a line place to raise sheep and thousands should be raised here, but instead there are only U few. ri If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round roino day and give our placo a look .through and let us price you uoinc of our goods. They willopenyoiireyestoan opportunity. serve d. ', SHIMFESSEL'S. gardeners are busyjyith their on- uons and lettuce beds and plant ing pons, as are theprecautious nousownes uusy iioubo cleaning. Monday morning wus fair and it has since so continued. This pretty Spring weather has given farmers the itch fever for farm work which is tar .behind on account of so much rain. The early Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live lii CUy City or near our store wo will "deliver thegoodt'' i THE TIMES. PUIIMSHEI VKItV TIlL'ltSDAY. Mthscriptimi rates SI a year or three years in advance $'.. J. E. liiirnher, I'ublishcr. Kntered lis seoimil-clns- s mail mntter. March 28, Thursday, - mi',. sub-rf'ribe- CLUB HATES. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Timks and Courier-Journ- al " " 44 44 44 44 Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm 1.00 Inland Farmer 00 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 $1.00 1.10 90 Mr. Mauson Curtis, formerly of this place, but uow of Gibson, prosperous invites investment 111., and Miss Drusie Burris were "However great the demaud married Wednesday, March 20th. not only in the town, but in the so that a stranger, look- for Colonel Roosevelt may belocality, Authenile King, the veteran ing for a location, becomes in- come, it will never bo greater terested and a purchaser, while he would ordinarily leave the dead town ami its surrounding Value of the Home Merchant. A correspondent of the Times lives some pointed reasons why t he farini.ngconununity surrounding every town should ger behind the town and push its business interests, urging considering of what that would mean compared to patronizing mail order houses. If the town grows, land values grow all around it. If business men are compelled to reduce their stocks or go to other lields in order to get business, it is not the town only but the farming The community that cullers. question is asked, what personal interest is it to any one in that country to enrich the mail order houses? The money spent away from home is taken from the prosperity of the town, and just as directly from the prosperity of the country surrounding it. The writer declares that it is as much to the interest of every man who owtis a farm iti Powell county to keep Clay City flourishing as it is for the people inside the city to keep it nourishing. The con tinued growth of a good town always gives added value to all farm lands adjoining. The local merchant in a town is the friend and neighbor of the farmer. The mail order house is nothing of the kind, and it cares nothing for the individual interests of the farmer except to get his money. The local merchant, besides bearing his share of taxes, is always assisting the churches and charities of the community. No such help comes from mail order houses. The larger business that is given to the home merchant allows him to carry the larger btock and to sell at a smaller margin. To sacrifice your home town is to depreciate local real estato values and retard the growth of values of both town and1 frarm property. The town that seems prosperous and looks than the supply;?' observes tin horso trader, who has been living travel them half the year, no routes will be established. exchange- Very, very true. Wolfe county for the pnst ten 6"r twelve years, is moving buck It wo had fiood road" we wouldrenominn-tion't need rural routes so bud. It now looks like a ot this community. in Juuc and a crushfor Taft We could fro to town or send by some neighbor every day, but us ing defeat by the Democratic There is more Caturrh in this it is it is bud, but we must grin Nominee in November. section of the country than all othand bear it. Every time yousee'a barehead er diseases put together, nnd until last few years was supposed Roosevelt, being overwhelm- ed man now you naturally con- the incurable. For a fereat many h'i b "hat is in the ingly defeated in the New York clude that years doctors pronounced it a local miRepublican primary, sets up the disease and prescribed local reme Teddy cry of fraud and force. What Theodore Roosevelt Said. dies, nnd by counstantly failing to wanted the primary but not the "On the 4th of March next I cure with local treatment, pro licking it brought hinfin his own shall have served three and a nounced it incurable. Science has state. However, we have no half years, and this three and a has proven catarrh to he a consti doubt but what the Colonel says half years constitute my first tutional disease and therefore reabout fraud in a Republican priterm. The wise custom whicn quires constitutional treatment. mary is true, but had he been limits the President to two terms the victor under such circum regards the substance aud not stances would he have complainthe form, and under too circumed of the fraud? stances will I be a candidate 'for The Democratic excise bill, to or accept another nomination." Theodore Roosevelt, Nov. 8, tax everybody's income 1 per cent 1001. when it is $5,000 or more a year, csousa, aim, am and other infectious passed the National House of "I have not changed and shall CUM nd PtlTUU. nfilk? tattle ntau 1. oat. Representatives last week by the not change that decision thus anSold by iemdinf drugguu. of medicine. and Sample! Free vote of 250 to 40. The Democrats nounced." Theodore Roosevelt, IlOna Ttemedy Company, Ltxugtcnr. voted solidly for the bill and car- Dec. 11, 1907. ried 80 Republican votes with "I will accept the nomination s them. The two Republican for President if it is tendered from Kentucky, Lan- - to me, and I will adhere to this gley and Powers, both voted for decision until the convention has the bill. The ' expressed its preference." odore Roosevelt, Feb. 24, 1912. Teddy has inaugurated a retrenchment in his campaign Milk Cow for Sale. at headquarters in New For sale, splendid milk cow York. He was pnying out $7,- with young calf. Apply at this fiOO per week to boom himself for (dlice. President but has cut these expenses down to $000 per week. Eggs For Sale. Must see that the cards are stack Barred Plymouth Rock, 50c per ed just as he stacked them four setting. ru-r.il - 11 n to-b- - Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured, by F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O. is the only constitutional otirc on the market. It U taken internally teai in doses from 10 drops to spoonful. It acts directly on the blood and muooux surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any uuvu It fails to cure, Send for circulars and testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O, Sold by Druggists, Too. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ! SEEDS 1 a 1 1 . pl. Early . Mi.t. lair.rulkrt.arlark.tL.tL.' lt Virktl.1 CaalM rioo.r fU.o'a pr.. COtlay FAMnue . Trail. phf PriBf.ii RtdlUi rJ.IMJr.ilar OlfrT Arr.w-k.- we via aenJ pontpaltl . FOR 10 CENTS our . SPCCIHL QFFKR Freeh, Reliable. iMre Guaranteed to Pluio Every Oinlf net ami ftantcrahoulil tent the aunerlnr ltieritmif Our Northern Orown beedv rim i rvrinw in. . . pla ei.oti Write ftodayl Fond 10 rnU to fitlp pay po.tai.an'i packing and iW atoi. 'Tanioua Collection, to gttbar with our an.l In.tructtT. Garden OuM. J ... ... . et .11. 10. 10t III. l mil. inu lWn St, .!. tii.j "r ill ETIN SM.n CO. ' nocl.fi.rO.llllnoU I I Itepre-sentative- vears ago. Teddy is coming to Kentucky HILE OUR SALE CLOSED ON THE 20th, WE following his hat which is in the ARE STILL MAKING ATTRACTIVE PRICES ring for President. He will be ceived. fettle Welch, in Mt. Sterling for. a. brief.speech ,City,JKyl ON LADIES'. SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS. BOYS ' ? early in the morning of April 3rd. irBvqi44(,aj1.1 i Feed For Bale. SUITS AND PANTS, DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY, He will also make brief speeches Corn chop and cow pea meal in atXexington and Frankfort and HATS, CAPS. AND SHOES. limited quantities at our farm go on to Louisville where he will (two miles south ' of this city deliver a more extended ad Price $1.50 per hundred where dress. purchaser furnishes sacks or Representative J. Campbell $1.60 wheie sacks are furnished J. E. Burgher. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE. Cantrill, of this district, who has secured his nomination again in SPOUT SPRING. the Democratic party by actions of the Committee before Powell Shelt McKinney bought a pair was placed in the Seventh, has of splendid unbroke young mare filed, as the law requires, his ex mules at Winchester Monday. pense in securing said nominaAquilla Snowden and family, tion which is $421 total. who moved to Illinois two years Both Taft and Roosevelt pro- ago, have returned to Kentucky pose to use the "stea.111 rooler" to to live again. carry the conventien. What is Lloyd Todd was at Winchester left after the smash should not last week to see his mother, Mrs. present much of an obstacle to Nannie McKinney, who contiu the grand old Democracy. ues in poor health. Brown Leghorn,; 7oo per setting. White Leghorn, $1 per setting. Eggs gathered. after order is re mm w -- SWWL c t MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS: Chairman Lovett of the Union Pacific Railroad says, that there is a general feeling of prosperity Most of us, how in the air. ever, would rather it was of the earth earthy. Johnny Conner severely cut his leg while using an ax one day last week aud will be confined in doors for some tinio. If, territory out of consideration. The RELIABLE Worthy of Belief or Dependence 1 USE 11V1 JJ KAf MILLS F.L.QT.TK ' J V- f Kentucky Agricultural train slights this portion of Eastern Kentucky, but does not fail to visit each county of the state where th6y are already making a success of farming and need no The policy seems instructions. to be "Help those who are able to help themselves". This remiuds us of the rural After Christmas When the New Year Arrives it is the general euet'im to leave oil' You may depend upon the reliability of a National Bank as the beit place to deposit part of your weekly income. a'l bad habits and acquire now and better ones. One of the best to et and an easy one to retain, it- the liubit of lining l'eurl lloiin Voil will iiud it the best you eVer and thoroughly PHtlfactorV for nil purposes, and its use will toon become a custom. , The interest rate is safe; your money is payable on deearn- mand, and independence comes to the thrifty .wage er. Open your account here, NOW route. In the Bluegrass counties where they have turnpikes all ver county, t ho rural routes are I mmI.'i!. hut up licrt nluif the '!- in mht w ran hardly 1 - Clay City National $Bark, . CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY.!" ' Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, . Ky, Till: A ! TIMES. 'which hiiriu'ssivu I'Al-KR Tin1 John KoliiiiHin l)ir cirrus lius Iji'cii mi ie nmii each since ISl'S, will yen r hut tit ke a V. P. Tracy lins moved to Repels Attack of Death. AM. MD.MIv.MADK year not travel this vacation , without n jar. shock or ili.ituili.ince, in the awful of our nH'lJSDAV. .. March 'JH, 11H2. through space, spued wonder earth e at Mich (!co. P. Douulas, of l.evee, lease of nature's movement, and o ilo those who take Dr. King's New was here Life Pills. No uriiiini', no distress. .). II. i: Juruher :!, timies at sU just tlirotiyli work thtit hrinns .rood l. staire with no recent improve- - health and tine feehnys. io CLs at tiients.all dealers. W have liecn asked wlien the Dr. Martin reports the birth lid ( Pension loll of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. will lifcoine a law. The county Koup Curtis near this city unit lull and the pension hill morning. a law on the same date, Wo arc in receipt of the condi lime I'J tion of the First State Bank, of K. I.. Snntliittp, The IJcv. i 111; Elder of the Methodist Altooiia, .Ala., of which C. S. church of this district, was Hardin, formerly of this city is stricken .Monday niht at Frank-tor- t Cashiei;. The bank began busiwilh heart failure. He was ness March 11, 1000, and to be reported some hetler Tuesday, only three years old. the haul; Mr. liar-dinf. was still in a very danger- makes a line showim:. has many friends here who ous condition. --will be glad to learn that he is Dies in Indiana. doing so well in" the fairy South.Mrs., .Mary (i.nrett, wife of land. Richard (iarrett, died at (ilorious News Ind., March J.lth, ajjed comes from Dr. .1, T. Curtis, seventv-seveyears. Mr. and Dwight, Knn. He writes: "I not Mrs. (iarrett moved to Green-castl- only have cured bad cases of eczefrom this county in JS7J1. ma in my patients with Electric Mr. (iarrett is a brother to WesBitters, but also cured myself by ley (iarrett, of this county, and them of the same disease. I feel deceased is a sister to F. P. Ad- sure they will benefit any cae of ams. eczema." This shows what thouHigh Prices for Tobacco. sands have proved, that Eleetiic Two hoirsheads of tobacco from Bitters is a most effective blood pu.Nicholas county sold on the Lou- rifier. Its an excellent remedy for isville market last week for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, per pound. If boils and running sores. It stimu$1.40 and sf l we could grow this k,ind in Pow lates liver, kidneys, and bowels, ell we would (iuiinest that our expels puitsons, helps digestion, farmers no into the production of builds up the strength. Price 50 tobacco on a larger scale, but us- - c.tp. Satisfaction guaranteed all mill v when a ernn" of Powell dealers j Tilei-day- . 'oiiM-dcrathe-conyes-terda- UH, , MiiKVITIES. Nineteen Miles a Second "Five years ago two doctois told me I had only two years to live." i y This startling statement was made by Stilhnan Green, Mnlachite, Col. "They told me I would die with consumption. It was up to me then to try the best lung medicine and I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It was well 1 did, for today I am working and believe I owe my life to this great throat atid lung cure that has cheated the grave of another victim." Its folly to suffer with coughs, colds or other throat and lung troubles now. Take the curl that's safest. Price o() cents and Sl.oO. Trial bottle free at all dealers. Do not snp the springs of life by neglect of the liuninn media wsn., i. i.li.i.vlri the accumulation of poisons in the system. An imitation of Nature's method of restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood and nervous strength is to take an alterative glyceric extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon grape root, Bloodroot, Stone and Mandrxkc root with Cherrybark. Over 40 years ago Dr. Pierce gave to the puhlie this remedy, which he called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. He found it would help the blood in taking up the proper elements from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the poisons from the blood and vitalizing the whole system as well as allaying and soothing n cough. No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what we winch is attended with impoverished blood call and exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery" h an tonic which restores tone to the blood, nerves and heart by imitating Nature's methods of restoring waste of tissue, and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs on rich red blood. " I suffered from pain under my rlftht shouMer bladp also a very severe couch," writes Mrs. W. Doiin. of New Itrookland. 8. C, to Dr. R. V. riercn, IlufTalo, N. Y. " Hail four different doctors and none did m any pood. THE SHC'jcjf Qjo La 'W,' MBS. DOR.V. Some raid I had consumption, others said I would haves to havo an operation. I was bedridden, unable to it up for six months and was nothlntc but a live skeleton. You advised mo to tnko Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. When I hail taken one liottlc of the 'Discovery' t could sit up for an hour nt n time, and when I had taken thrro bottles I conld do my cnoklnir and tend to the children. I took fourteen trittles In Alt And then in good health. My wrlcht Is now 107 iwunds. I're-sid- Fruit and Shade Trees! t STRAWBERRY PLANTS Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. GARDEN. When in Need of I Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, n (irape Cireen-cut-tl- e, Everythlnff Kor ORCHARD, LAWN and FREE CATALOG. NO AGENTS. n e H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write OAPITATj STOCK. $100,000 SUHITjUS AND UN- ihviukij phofits. uoo.ooo 3 4 Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester Bank, i Of AVINCHHTIIK, KY. THE N.1IOI.1.T WlIHEKNl'OON, PKKHi W. H. SphakT"' '' Casuier. 4 Winchester, - Ky. f lllllll V I ' II I 111 1TI.1 1 IM HIIIM. 7 IIIK I lirilTH (5 i YOUR ACCOUNTS SOI.ICITKD j raiifies from !l d cents to or 7 cents. To Others. Von can use Ibicklens Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema, rash"S, tetter, dialings, scaly and crusted humors, as well as their acAlotlters--an- ME BfiOP throat of n 'capey' c'llokeu destroys tho worms m l saves tho chief's life. A j'.v dropt In tho drinkine watci cinwn the Sti JmJuJ i 'fi '? Vi ,Vl!ti ll tJ J l)l IJ t it Ji Jl i Jt ijl Ji ij J J ifl Jt I aI Jt SEE OUR injuries, cuts, burns, bruise, etc., with perfect safety. Nothing else heals so quickly. For loils, ulcers, old. running or fevet 5 sores or piles it has no equal ets at all dealers. cidental t t ! J.R.riAUPPIN, Watchmaker 5 Jeweler. PREVENTS GAPES r.'hito diarrhoea, roup, choler' nu'l other chick diseases. CUflESand SPRING All Kinds of Watch and Clock - Fruit Trees Given Away. Fifty apple trees, three and four years old given to each person who buys 50 apple trees, all to be well assorted varieties named below. This olfer is open until the Itourhos Poultry Cure this mcdlcluo on l.ut.il BUU Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACLine of T TION GUARANTEED. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. T a. Kverv poultry r iisr tlioul I Jeep a bottle ol' T CC tree UllUi(Ul UIl WIH'wivb tit SOLD BOURBON One COc Doltle cf AND rt'f'AM,rui BY U'rito tor sample Ky. jeWeirV Call UiiBgtog, : f ODeCXaCieS. and see me In the Red ill SUMMER ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KV. River Hotel Building, t V sfi CLAY CITY, fi Ji A Si if, 'J""' 'FTTTVT'I1 if Ti EMLCY. " t iti it, if T VTf Wf I'f 15th day of March, 1912. flillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. Terms Cash. Those who come for trees must bring straw to pro BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, tect the bodies of trees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tie down with. Trees can be safely transplanted during the win- This school has turned out hunter season at any time when the dreds of men and women who JJoys come see ground is open. ure successes. It will make what 1 have for yon. a success of vou. SUMMER APPEKS : H?d llcnoni, Early II irvest, Write for Catalogue. G. Sweet, Maiden Transparent, llluh, lied June. N. Spy, It. FALL AITLES: U!l l2?M !. Golden, I5eauty, S. lieauty, Wolf Ulver. n BL'CHBtirSaitMSt'iX'CtDt Stuyman WINTER APPLES: SPECIAL OFFER: ntabdlM No HaUnr.v. AtrUtwUP Wine Sap, Coinmon WineSaps, Hon lxui vou our thimiAucut Davis, (Juno,. Stark, J. F. Winter, ..lohnathau, Smith Cider, Yellow VUAilU.AIiW 4 riAAfa .lanut, Milam, Opolasueut, llussott, Write Mention this Paper. Jlluek Twigg, Greenville. n, V to-da- y; ifi it 'W it GOODS AD. IK tUG IN THIS SPACE We tell vou low. nnd oavbesimartet prices. Vo are dealer; established iu 1H.): andean do 11K rri!K-f- r vn than ajeiits or comuilssiou KclVreurcsanv bank in Write for wt-- k'y price list. 22M3-3- I NEXT WEEK. Dealers In FUh, IIIDS,rW0OL. M. SAE"U & SONS 1 33 E Marks! SU ICUISVIllE, XV. HARDWICK HOME NURSERIES, J. U. ADAMS, 1 lO i Proprietor, wuwwb 60T 10 SENDMtlUul4CENTS Ml "!, till Mh w.(Mi(jf Electric Bitters Succeed when everything fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands havo usdfied. & COMPANY, STANTON. Ttlukl kvttn. tta nf bJ J r. f. u. No. 3 Richmond, Ky. Nursery at Waco, Ky. 'Phone Waco 7-- ,.w. Me.., k ii the best medicine cvtc told over a timer oitt'a rnna J 0 Out of the dinger Jar. Tin; fast it ti to fall hehitid. 11 is cAtlnir falls on tlio platform arranged for It and tho beast will Wliut three vowels express clean It up nicely without any wasto whatever. trouble? I. Q. U. . Tim nncnlnir lust above tho manger It will probably never be Is for tho convenience of tho feeder. One can feed corn, chops or any varknown what the hand-sa- w. iety of feeds without going behind or Do sure yon are right, and then even Into tho stall where tho animal is. don't make a fuss about it. wiiilii 40 pretty certain at a time. What hay and chaff falls Description and, Illustration of Device Ti,! a win nilm. uin animal tunplo room to Got tho hay out a mouthful MOVABLE RACKS FOR FODDER Is Glvor, That. Is Inexpensive and Easy to Construct. For Sale. Rhode Iptnnd Red chickens $2 per trio. Apply at this ofllce. Op Farm Drain Tile Make Vour Wet Ldfid Productive. There is many u man who isn'i SHOW AND PRODUCING TYPES worth what it costs bini to live. Exhibition Has livery dog has his day, and too Ayrshire Bred for Beauty Alone Been Developed for many of them have their nights-alsoConformation of Udder. . A responso to a query for a rack to feed ccrn fodder to cattle and colts is given by a writer in tho Wallaco's Parmor and Is as follows: Tho drawing herewith will givo an Idea of tho construction. Tho four cor. nor posts are 4xVs. The sides and ends aro made of 2x4's and a space of two fcot wldo is left for tho cattle to feed through. The 2x4's aro splUcct or bolted onto tho 4x4's. Two uprightpieces of 2xl's nre on each side, caul- Thcro are two kinds of Ayrshlres the show type and tho producing type. The show typo has been devel oped and bred for beauty alone. Tho genuine show udder must bo compact and closely nttached, both before and behind. The solo must bo flat with no Indentations between tho teats and tho udder must not protrude behind, but be carried up even with tho What the corn heard with its thighs and have small, cylindrical own ears, the potato saw with teats, evenly placed on the flat bot- - The blacksmith may bo an expert, forger without being arrested for it. Nature is a good doctor, but she makes her patients pay to the last cent. Movable Fodder Rack. Sheriffs Tax Sale. Ab Sheriirof Powell County I will on Monday, April 1st 1912, it he- ing court, day, and at tho Court House door in Stanton, Ky., he- tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. pell to the highest and hest bidder for cash, the following described property or so much thereof as may he necesoary to satisfy nil taxes due thereon for the year Hill . Salocovers penalty, interest and costs: Boundary of hnd belonging to S. J. Miller in precinct 3. adjoining Ben Rey, amount of 810 78 tax and costs : T. C. HALL, Sheriff. turn that low, wet, useless, swam- By the use of drain tile you can py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits uir to the soil and makes it easy to work. in the value of the land is many The first tim.e the cost of the tile year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or ci'lf ut out plant. It improves any soil. The inereaee Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. its own eyes. Few men know what is good for tlii'in until some wise wo man has told them. The money that a woman spends Is never for the bonnet, But always for the fancy things The milliner puts on it. fS0 DAIRY LH IE The rich are known by their dollars, but the humble onion is known by its scent. The farmer who lost his measure was in more Excellent Type of Ayrshire. than a peck of trouble. We are none of us any better torn. This is the only kind or udder many years in shown than we ought to be and many that can beand not In become too pen- Mize's Gem?Sugar Cane. succession of us are a great deal worse. dant for the ring. Any intelligent type of udA new kind of cane that is pre- dairyman knows that this belong to Sometimes when a man der Is fleshy and does not DOUBLES THE YIELD tending to be looking for a wife the best producers. This craze for nf Molasses and iriinroves t lie Qual he is merely hunting for a good tight, close, shallow udders started itv 100 per cent. Molasses clearer in the show ring about twenty-livcook. Beware of such. him nnv other kintl and mucii net years ago. ter tasted. OncBlanted no other From Farm Journal. kind of cane wuljever be prnwn on Value of Separator. It Is quite safe to say that a dairy vnnr nlnoe fnrBvrnn. Priue $1 00 man with ten average, cows yielding per gallon fonp segd. If not niorjt; five thousand, pounds of milk each an- than .pleaseu wmitnuna your monnually would, by tho deep setting cold J. W.iWIZE, water system, lose at least 300 pounds ey. Vaughn's Mill, Ivy. yearly, which would of butter fat Seed can ho Been and sample of amount to about $90. From this one saving alone It can easily be figured molasses examined at the Times that a cream separator will pay for tillice. half-bushel distant from each' corner. Between these aro two stub 2x4's coming up to the space left for the cattle to feed - v" through. My bunks have bIx cross 2x4's on each side, low below the feeding space and two above. These bunUs are light and two boys can move them easily. They do this by simply-upsettithem. There aro no bottoms In the bunks. Every day or two they are turned over once or twice to a fresh place, nnrt fhn stalks left and cleaned over by the hogs, and sci ve as bedding for the steers until thoy are worked up and ready to be hauled to tho field aa manure. I notice In tho above description that I have negiected to mention .that thorn should bo one or two 2x4's across the top as a'braco to stand tho strain when thoy are upset, and tho rubbing and pushing or tne catue. Very Serious OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ask for one medicine ar.d have the wrong one given yea. For this reason we urge you in buying to It Is a very ecrioua matter to be carefut to get the genuine ftraiftNfl PABvatniiTQ An. Anyone lending a sketch and description mny quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether an IllTOhllnn 18 PronAu'7rl;l'""L,!:ni-,," , ; Hons MrictlTeonUdeiitfal. uHnuouu patents. sent tree. Oldest ageiicr for & Cu. receive l'atenta taken turouata ilunn ipeetal notice, w Ithout cbarne, in tbe Traoe Marks BUck-CsaugH- T Xlver Medicine The reputation of this old, relia- - K ble medicine, far constipation, in- - U digestion and liver trouble, i3 firm- - f ly established. It docs not imitate If other medicines, it is better tnan others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN , t.n. handsomely lllnstraled weeklr. Jjirirest clr. culatlon of anr erlenilllo journal. Terms, li a year: four months, L Sola br all newsdealers. MUNN &Co.36'Brod-af- - New York Drancti Offlce. rSS F SU Washington, J. C A Scientific American. SUiyilviRY Kust-Boutu- l. OF L. & E. TliyiE Effective May 28, l'Jll. Stations. TSLE. No. 1, No. 3, West-lioun- No. 2, Daily. l- No. 4, Daily. A. M. 7 :20 Daily Daily.' I'. M. 0 :3.r e - M. 1 4,'M. Lexington, Vinchfuter, E. Jnnution, ' liulian Fields, r' CLAY CITY, Stanton. T, ' Hosslyn... FiUon, v . ::J5 ' 8:30 8 :05 2:17 , 2:49 ,3: 05 '3:15 3:21 3:2S 3 :47 :) 2:5 8:(a 8:18 8::J2 . 4:50 4:37 4 :22 4 :0a 7:51 t 4-i..- - 8:50 . 0:0U .j ' s ?7.:6'iT i3:5G . if.fi) Ji:12 0 :27 0 :32 0:50 li f. (i :i:ri 8 :45 Cumptoti .Tr.nctlnn :43 :2.i :03 3:30 3 :25 :o2 Itself every year In the saving of butter fat from the milk of ten cows. Need of Silo Recognized. 4:04 4:25 5:10 5 :25 9:44 10:04 10:57 1 1 :05 To the up to date and progressive HANDY ARRANGEMENT IN BARN dairyman and to the most advanced cattle feeders, the use of the silo and Feed Box and Manger So Placed That the fcodlne of enallaco is recosnlzed as being necessary to the greatest Animal Will Clean Up Everysuccess In their respective lines or thing Without Wasting. business. In arranging the feed box In tho manger or hay shoot by a little care, Biggest Not Always Best. we can soon save tho first cost of The biggest cow is not always the material and labor, If an arrange best animal in the dairy by a long ment Is put In llko the ono shown shot. Good quality may be contained Tho trough and manger should be at la a small cow and some breeders such a height that the animal when assert that It Is more frequently In anioatlng will have Us head well up; the medium or even under-sizejust tho same as a natural position. mal than in the larger ones. Tho trough or feed box should be two feet long, two feet wide and foot deep, Pall nlowed f: . ..ad can be planted It will then be large enough in which fully ten days earlier than ground to put chopped feed without the anl that Is plowed In the spring. inal throwing It out with its nose. The platform undor tho hay shoot should bo four feet long, two feet wide and two Inches below the level d 11:25 Natural Bridge, Torrent, x Ri'ittiyville Jet, O. dk K. Junction, Jitckrion, Quicksaiid, 6:40 5:10 5 :U5 3:12 2 1 1 :5f :57 :5t 1 :2fi promptly obtained In all ooontrtetOR NO FCC TRADEMARKS. 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