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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 4, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912040401_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.): April 4, 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. i to THE CLAY CITY TIMES. SI. '() a Ycariln A(ivanei. We arc here to help Clay City, the SnrronnJing Country and Ourselves. I. 15 Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVIT. No Pensions Until August. No pensions will In paid CLAY OITT. KT.,v TIT URSDAY . AVRlLtfrldVJ. Destructive Flood on the Mississippi. to The. western end of the Hickwidows man levee gave way at 1):J0 o'Corn'tlroWlnj; In Kentucky. NO. J- - Confederate soldiers or of soldiers until August. Under the law irrmiting pensions to the old soldinrs their cliiinis for pensions must be passed on by the of the county in . County Oourt. which the applicant lives and then must be approved by the pension hoard at Frankfort. This hoard is composed of the Governor, the Auditor and the .Secretary of State. The application blanks, which must be filled out by the applicants for pensions, have been seut out by Commissioner Stone. Claims will be paid after this year in February, May, August and clock Monday night. There was no loss of life, but great, property damage resulted. A crisis is near at Cairo, and laborers to work on levees are being impressed. At Columbus, Ky., there is a steamboat, tide in the street. A bill appropriating .fUGO.OOO for the relief of Hood sufferers is being pressed in both branches of Congress. Tents have been ordered sent, to Hickman and Columbus from Frankfort and Washington. The Mississippi at these places is two feet' higher than ever before recorded Well, We dot Our Seed. ' Onr Congressman J. 0. l is supplying his constituency in this" county with a supply That Pullman Car. of garden seeds. They have come In speaking of the farm train just in time, by the wot weather which visited Winchester in comholding the early gardeners mon with other cities of Central back, otherwise the early variand Western Kentucky, but fail- eties of seed would have been too ed to tour the towns along the L. late. tfc 15. and L. fc A. the Winchester Elder J. I. Wills, of Beatty-villDemocrat says : preached at Powell's Val"One department of the 'Farm ley Baptist church Saturday night .Special' was not opened to the and Sunday morning and Elder farmer, although he was 'footing P. N. Taylor, of Madison county, the bill'. It was the luxurious preached' on Sunday night. Pullman quarters of the State D. K. Daniel bought and ship-pe- c College Professors, with the yesterday a car load of hogs train and their assistants, and the ditiing cur, with tables filled with at from 4, to 0 cents per pound. He also bought a carioa'fl at Bow-e- n choicest the market affords." aiid shipped them. For the first time since reconThe Powell Fiscal Court will struction days, Tennessee may ,be in session at Stanton begir-nin- g have a Republican Senator until next Tuesday. next January, appointment of a George Fletcher is in Winchessuccessor to Senator Taylor, deresting with Governor ter on business. ceased, Can-treli i Accordingito the census, which takes the crop of 15100 as th basis, Kentucky planted corn in acres and secured a yield of 24.5JJbusheIs of corn. Average yield are always misleading. Itjtakes the good and the bad together. If the average is 24.51, d,oub'tles there are many farmers whete, with proper care, 35 and 10 bushels to the acre where inade' Twenty-fiv- e bushels to an acre is not a profitable crop in .Kentucky, say wliat we will. It gives for all of yoSr labor and for the rent of the html about $12.15. Do not uo content with 25 bushels of cjffn. If you cannot do i e, thanlftliis something is firstjgivith your soil ; secour culture; third ond, with with your seed, and, fourth, with yourself. ,sL Now change all this. You can change youioil by proper cul ture, by proper fertilizing. You ought to geifeetter seed than you used last yQgf, and you ought to be able tojjfell good seed from better wrong1 farins.See'far experretice is applicable tq your condition. Get yqur falrfpers together in a club and studylthe problems thai affect your locality. Put them up to the agricultural stations and eee what assistance those public officials can give you. Be moved by a godly bad bv testliJf your own. Do not. PWoif better farming uiiiu nexi.jrear. .tippiy id every day. Confer with your neigh bors and sce)what they have done to beneuttjlejmjelves anu their Hooper. Special Sale Day. discon On Saturday, April Oth, for If the rains continue the rest Sash, or country produce which of the year in proportion to the we take in exchange for goods, way they have been falling, this we will. sell roasted coffee at 10$ year will go down in history as cents per pound and coal oil at tent. However, well you did last year, be not satisfied with doing yearly. as well this year. Do better. Your redemption from poverty will be primarily through your 10 cents per gallon. the year of tides. It averages own activity, industry and inone tide a week. 'Hardwick & Co., Stanton, telligence. Your beasts of burden learn through experience how to save their strength, how to do their work time with t less strain thai) this. We say they get into.the habit of doing it better if they are helped. You ought .to get in the habit of doing your work better every the If you go on Just received from the city which combines year. things over and doing comover, 6anio ing out of the samo little hole at the newest styles and lowest prices. the end of each harvest, a little poorer than' you entered u, know that the trouble is with you and not witd your farm. Home and Farm. Only a Square Deal. Prepare to Work Roads. How much of the money which A few pretty days visit us oach is sent nway to catalogue houses week. These should be taken adever returns to the community vantage of bv the farmers so latfrom which it is sent? How much er when possible the roads should of the money spent with the be put in order while it is yet home merchant goes to build up early in the season. Work don other places? Who helps pay on roads in April, May or June h the taxes, build roads and bridg- worth double what the samo es, erect churches and schools, work is worth when done in Aufosters and encourages public im- gust, September or October, and provements, buys farm produce, besides we get the use of the carries names of the needy on roads during the summer months. the debit side of the books the Our roads must not be neglected year around and is willing and as they were last year. It is a eager at all times to assist them shame that the people of Powell by credit or money, if they may county will neglect to enforce need it? Is it the catalogue what system of road making they house or the locol merchant? The have at their command, as insiglocal merchant. Then why not nificant as it. may seem to be. give him the opportunity to fig- The less labor we have at our ure on that "cash order," per- command, to the very best adhaps you are about to buy? He vantage we should never fail to can fill it, freight included, as use it. cheaply, and in some instances Valuable Reading. much less, than the catalogue "Fifty years ago" is the title fellows will charge. Stand up of some interesting articles that for home trade. Dollars sent for goods never return, but is appearing in some of our exhelp build up the large cities and changes. It is civil war stories big catalogue houses which are and they give much information not only trying to squeeze the that is not contained in any hislife out of the country towns, tory of the Civil War. but- are selling goods not one PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. cent cheaper than local dealers fnVm whom the people expect Services 1st and 2nd Sabbaths of may credit whenever they each month. need it. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. Wool Bill Passes. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. The Democratic wool bill has passed the House by a vote of 109 to 108, twenty Republicans voting with the Democrats. Sup A great fertilizer, and a hardy, porters of the bill say it will not vigorous forage plant for hay and reduce the revenue any owing to pasture. Will any a better readjustment of the soil, even very grow inplaces.kind of C an rocky raies, but that it will save the lie sown without plowing in winter consumers more than $50,000,000 and early spring. Circular and prices - SWEET CLOVER BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, the-nex- New Fall Millinery Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fufl eoft in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of Preached Here Sunday Night. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, cooie round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you souie of our HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. save some Kev. V. P. Fryman, of West Liberty, visited his brother, the Iiov. L. S. Fryman, and preached at the Methodist church Sunday night. .Bro. Fryman says ho is well pleased with his now charge. The The.L. & E.;.lmB put in a telephone system for the handling of their business in addition to the linos now in operation. goods.They wlllopenyoareyestoan opportunity. First come, first served. traph coppekjwires nro used in tf(aVcoiiBtrnjon of the lino. to the an nouncement of Ilardwiok & Co. 'lending merchants of Stanton. It will pay yqu to inspect their stock before (miking your pur chases. Wo call attention . Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and )f you live In Clay City St near our store we will SHIMFESSEL'S. gj jw 'dellvor the goods)' M ! . Senator Bradley engaged in a colloquy witli Senator Williams, of MisMppi, while arguing on the Smoot pension bill, and in his i;uiiusin:i vkkV tuuksday. remarks brought up the ConfedSubscription rates 81 a year or three erate pension bill which had passed the Jventuqky Legislature. .J'ars in advance $2, Senator Bradley demonstrated U. Uurghcr, Publisher. one thing, that he reads of matEntered as sccond-dns- s mail matter. ters pertaining to Kentucky in the brief, becaiise when asked - - - April 'Thursday, 1912. j;H TIMES: 4, ' For tho convenience of we have arranged club rates with,th,e following papers at prices below mentioned:. t The Times and . ,,t CLWRATES. Cpurier-Jotirn- ni " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisyille Herald ' Home and Farm $1.00 1. 10 90 75 ' " American Farmer Southern Agriculturist; Ir.land Farmer 1.00 00 7fi Instead of taxing siif:ar nearly ' two cents u pound, place n tax on wealth ! The Democratic House of Representatives luis announced this as a part of itB program to 'bring: about a reduction in tho cost of living. Now get ready for the old cry : "You can'l do it ; it's " Whenever it is to tax wealth instead of poverty, wealth raises the question of constitutionality, accompanied with the charge of ''radicalism-" The income tax is not radical. Every first class nation on the earth except the United States raises a part of its reve-du- e to meet the expenses of government by taxing incomes, such nations being France, (Treat Britain, Germany, Japan, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, Australia, New Zealand and ma 1 unconsti-tutional!- pro-pose- d T ny more. ' Under our present, fiscal policy the expense of maintaining the army and navy, building public buildings and the general running expenses of the government, is met by taxing the things that rthe common people must have to live. Tiie Democrats have plan ned to change the burden ot taxa tion onto the shoulders of those more able to bear it. This displeases the moneyed kings, but in it the common people have cause to rejoice. The Powell Fiscal Court, has a record of precaution in allowing injudicious claims,' aud many of the boys are each term now turned down. Tho court has the thanks of the people of the county for what they have saved the county since the present members have come into office. But still even greater retrenchments must be made if We hope iu the future to have better roads. Our tax rate is now to tho limit, and u a saving is not, niuue, tiiero is no bIiovv for aiiy material im provement of our roads until the law gives us State aid or the county votes a bond issue. Yet if tho Fiscal Court can lay up a few huudred dollars and say to tile citizens of the county, that the court will appropriate money tho cost of a few for one-hamiles of turnpike if tho citizens along any special road will raise This would tho other give the citizens that want to do fiomcthing, but feel that they cannot afford to do it all, an op. portunity to improve their road. Wo believe a plan 6iinilar to tho one- suggested can bo perfected iu a few years to come if the court will put that object in view ant! systematically work to that end. as tho Court is capable and apparently willing and anxious lf how much pension Was provided for tho old soldiers in rthe Kentucky bill he could not answer but did say he did not know. Congressman Langley was better posted on Kentucky affairs and informed the Senator that it wus Fresh, Reliable, t'urt $10 00 per month. Senator Bradeutrantetd to Piute I EverrOarileneraiur ley was one of the few Kentuck-iaii- s r i ianiersnuumicfliino snnerkir merltirtf Our but. what did know, and it Northern Orown Seeds. SPECIAL OFFER is safe to,8!(y that of all the othFOR 10 CENTS Governor McCreary lias now ire will send postpaid our ers who did not know none of PA Mnnc rni i trrvririiu Da? T...U . of them will b Senator from been Governor four months and . . to. 1 pkf. rriaeeaa Realikt , , i, 1 , , , .10. Cl.tT to. Kentucky. They are not. of that every day he has been in FrankEari arp.wji.ui r.liM lake. 8elMrlet t. CB9LZSA. SiM SOU? UlUee . fort andfatteuded to the duties , 10. .rllertea Market rj.W.r Deed. . . ft. class. IITHIMI IB.l. and other Infectious wrhich he was of the ollice to $1.00 cues. Cures and fl.TIStt. Write todiel fUnd jwnU ', SUe bottle makei IX pal. packlnf and recti the above "ramout Collection," by the people. How dif- 10ns of medicine, Sold by leading druggists. n. with no. Kaw .nil iMlwiln r:. W. J. Bryan is a candidate for Circulars and Samples Free dltEAT NOKTHKKN rJKKI CO. ' f ferent it was with Governor Bourbon Itrmecly Company, Laxugtoa,!?, lapTltoio at. Honkford,IlllnoU one of the Nebraska He yvas away about delegates to the Democrat- Willson. ic National Convention at Balti- half his time wining add dining more, but says if Judson Harmon with big men .anil in many ingets the instructions of Nebraska, stances with trusr magnates. irV' rr6; -' . he will resign before he will goto Governor McCreary is proving himself to be-- Governor for the the convention and vote for him well as'of the people. Such honesty is a rarity. Bry- people as an is unquestionably one of the The placing ofjsugaron the free ablest list by the Democratic Congress, best informed, citizens iu the will cheapen sugar two cents a States today. He is by far pound and in the aggregate will rif file best material for President be a 8avingif$107;0U0,000in tax in either party, though he has ation from the breakfast table of no show to ever become Presi-den- the American people. The writer had rather vote, Milk Cow. for Sale. for him than any other man itl For sale, spMendid milk cow' and it is not the United States, OUR SALE CLOSED ON THE 20th, WE because with one exception- - with young calfi. '"Apply at this Jr, he 'is 'the only man we ever voted office. ARE STILL 'MAKING ATTRACTIVE PRICES for for President either. SpecIalSalo Day. ' 0th, fo ON LADIES SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS, BOYS' On Saturday,-5Tf?r- il We can't help but wonder hnV cash, or country produce which SUITS AND PANTS, DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY, this county got'along before wej we take in exchange for goods had the bridges that now 'span we will sell roaeted 'coffee at 10$ HATS. CAPS, AND SHOES. the river. So many tides as we. cents per pound and coal oil a i i :j i it i jii nave nuu iins year wunuui uriug-- i 10 cents per gallon. t es in Powell county would para Hardwickf& Co., lyze traffic in uearly all parts of Stanton the county. When we get those Eggs For Sale. pikes we will then look back to MONEY ON EVERY - PURCHASE. YOU, CAN 50c pe Barred" PlymouthfRock,present time and say, "How the did we used to get along with setting. i Brown Leghorn, Siper setting, those old mud roads." What White Leghorn, $l.per setting. are you doing to bring about un I'M improvement of our roads this Erks gathered after order is re a Spring? Better get. busy and ceived. Mrs. Nettie Welch, start the ball. ,It wjll roll easily Clay City, Ky J-.-if we can ever once get it start s ed. , Now is tho last opportunity of the season to' set out trees, but they may yet. bo transplanted Wo know that, evwith safety. ery farmer o Powell could find a place to plantnnore fruit trees ami that in a .'few years to eome those trees'will'Jjo a source of Wo much pleasure and profit. again urge all of our readers who own a piece of land, howo.'er small, to sit down and send to one ()f the nurserymen advertising iu these 'columns and send them an order for some fruit trees. Don't delay a day, as one day may be too late, but sit. down and write today; If you Want us to, come to our ollice and we will make out your order for you. At' any rate plaut more fruit ami do" it yet this'spriug. spent Saturday nigilt and Sunday stroying the foundation of the dis- with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bar- - ease, and giving tho patient nctt. etrength by building up the. con$ioo Reward, ioo.$ The readers of this paper will bo pleased to, learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure iu nil its singes, and that is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disase, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Cntarrh Cure in taken internally, acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de- stitution and assisting niiture in doing its work. The proprietors have so much .faith in its curative powers thut they offer One Hun. dred Dollars fdr any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes Address: timoninls. F J. Cheney ifc Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c, Take Hull's Family Pilla for constipation. lseeds ' .( r- di- 1A La .. State-at-larg- e . . u fore-seein- free-thinkin- g -- t. , w i. - SAB i SPOUT SPRING. MRSv. W4LLIAM-Sr- . . i There is nobody better pleased with the redistrictingof the Con gressional boundaries than John W. Lungley. The talk about his retiring from Congress that was had last fall when the old Tenth went into the Democratic column by a majority of one thousand votes, is now changed and John bus announced for another term. He may not find 6uch smooth sailjng iu tho now Tenth as they know nny Republican can carry that district now. G. 1'. Douglas, offLevee, was here tho last of the 'week the guest of relatives, i n' Elder P. N. Taylor, pf 'Madi,-so-n county, spent Friday' night with T. S. McKinuey.. 1 1 i t 4' i lUXar &i '. ft: ) m ft- - t. 'f'v f ' n Luther M,artiu, of Winchester spoilt Sunday nicht .with his Asa Todd. J. W. Dawson has sold to Bud Winburn that portiotpf his farm lying in Powell county for ?u,G00 brother-in-law- M " . pad- 1 - , - 4 '1 Mr. , and Mrs? Asa Snow.den RELIABLE Worthy of Belief or jPependence u MILLS e.LOUR After Christmas When the Nev Year Arrives it is the general custom to leave oil' " li'l bad habits audaaipiirn new and better one! Ono of. the beht to jret an.l an easy one to retain, U the hubit of using Pearl Hour, VouM will find it tho beist'you ever used, . and thoroughly satisfactory fut nil purposes, anu its use win coon lie- ne a custom. 1 one-hal- f. You may depend upon ihe reliability of a NationaKBank as the beA place to deposit; part of your weekly income. The interest rate is safe; ypurmohdy is payable on demand, and independence comjes to,tie h,n(y yyageeam- er. Open your account herei NOW. . - Clay City .1 National BanE, ' a av vt a.'a rt it, riTV , it?.nKii,iik' v i vjviv i a . I 1 to do. LJMfg'd'By J7MDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. f ' I THE TIMES. AN Tobacco bed sowing has been Lee McPherson has rented anil greatly retarded on account of moved to the Emma Mountz the wet weather, and fanners arc farm near this city. becoming greatly discouraged. The Danger After Grip run-dow- FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS AND FEELS. Some women c&mplaln that they periodically suffer from dull and heavy feel feeling which dizziness in the head, nervousness, pain and bearing-dow- n should not occur to the normal healthy woman. But most every woman is subject to these pains at some time in her life, due to abnormal conditions in life, such d strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, tluggjsb as corsets, liver, etc. A regulator and female tonic made from native medicinal roots with pure glycerin, and without the use of alcohol, called ins, or Puts End to Bad Habit. Things never look bright to one with "the blues." Ten to one the A)OXL BREVITIES. trouble is a sluggish liver, filling THURSDAY,.... April 4, 15)12, the system with bilious poison, that Dr. King's New Life Pills .Monday was all foul's day tun would expel. Try them. Let the Joy in my pit. fooled as usual. of better feelings end "the blues," Dr. Martin reports the birth o Rest for stomach, liver and kid n sou to Mr. and Mrs. Dave itose neys. 25c. at all dealers. Saturday, March JWtli. , Mr. and Mrs. John Neal had their Many say the misfortune to gut Sunday we cannot depend on much spring youngest child about one and a half years old so badly burned weather until utter this date. ALL IIOMK'MADIS I'AFKR. over-taxe- The StateBoardof Equalization Martin visited is in session at Frankfort. her father, J. W. Oonlee, near the tentative raises are Mt. Sterling the first of the Powell, 10 per cent, on both land week. and town lots; Estill, 0 per cent. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Senator Bob Taylor, of Tennes on lands; Menifee, 10 per cent., see; died Sunday in Washington,' Montgomery, 5 per cent. The following an operation for gall other neighboring counties of drape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. . stones. Clark, Wolfe and Lee get off Everything For The national revenues for the without any raise. ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. month of March exceeded the ex Almost a Miracle. penditures by $10,088,000, thus One of the most startling changes FREE CATALOG. NO AGENTS. reducing the detlcit 'from $20, ever seen in any man, according to oTO.OOO to $6,932,000. W. B. Ilolsclaw, Clarendon, Tex;, H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. John W. Burgher has sold his was effected years ago in his broth farm on Hardwick's Creek to er. "He had such a dreadful Charlie Bush for $500. HA will cough," he writes, "that all our have a sale Mondav, April 15th, family thought he was going into OAriTAZi STOCK, 8100,000 and move to Middletown, Ohio. consumption, but he began to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and STJHPLT7S AND UNLast week Arizona elected n was completely cured by ten botDIVIDED PROFITS, 200.000 Keutuckiun to the United States tles. Now he is sound and well Senate and this week New Mexi- and weighs 218 pound For ma THE 5 co did the same when it elected ny years our family has used this Fuank-forAlbert B..Full, a native of wonderful remedy for Coughs and ' or- JWixobstbr, Ky. i Ky. Colds with excellent results." Its 1 kJ quick, safe, reliable and guaranN. IToU-- WlTUERSPOON, PREH, 3 There have been thirty-nin- e teed. Price 50 cents and $1 00. OASIIIKili W. R. Sl'lIAH, postal savings banks designated Trial bottle free all dealers. at Kentucky in fourth -- class for YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 3 postoflices. Among this number Stanton, Beattyville, Campton is and Hazel Greet). Mrs. Win. 0. A-mo- Burgher, the last of the week. lies often in a system. Weakness, nervousness, lack' of appetite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidneys often fqllow an attack of this wretched disease. The greatest need then is Electric-- ' Bitters, the glorious tonic, blood purifier and regulator of ctoniaoh, liver and kidneys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully 'strengthen the nerves, build up the system and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip. If suffering try them. last Thursday that it died Fri- Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect Mrs. Noah Hose, of Winchester, day. Burial Saturday at the satisfaction guaranteed by all deal visited her sister, Mrs. A. M. Eaton graveyard. ers. n ' has proven its value in thousands of cases, like the following: Msa. Dotf A If. Martin, of Auburn. Nebr.. Route' I. Box 84. says : I thought I would write you In rciranl to what your medicines hava done tor me. I havo used them tor thirty years for female troubla and general weakness with the very best result, and they have saved me hundreds of dollars In doctors' bills. I buy the Favorite Prescription ' and ' Gulden Medical Discovery ' and take them together. I never was disappointed In your remedies and take pleasure in reeommendme them to any suffering lady. I am now almost fifty years old ', at forty-flI took your medicines, both kinds, find I passed that period very easily and left me fat and healthy. I feel like a young gh-'If any lad cares to write me, I will gladly tell ber more about the eood work of your medicines." Dr. Piercb's Great Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition of 1008 pages, answers hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know. Sent free in cloth binding to any address on receipt of 31 stomps, to cover cost ot wrapping and mailing only. one-cemartin. va DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE. PRESCRIPTION, itt nt Fruit and '? When in Need of Shade Trees! Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, f g Cooking or Heating Stoves, S Go to or Write Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, S j t, Winchester Bank. Y Winchester, - Ky. If It Looks Like a Crime to separate a boy from a box of Ar-- . nica Salve. His pimples, boils, scratches, knocks, s. rains and bruieeB demand it, and its quick re lief for burns, scalds, or cuts is his right. Keep it handy for boys, girls. Heals everything healabie for and does it quick. Unequal piles. Only 25 cents at all dealers. al-6- ONE TTV'f J 'V WV 4 SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and seo our new stock of Spring and 3iE down the throat of a "cpey': chicken destroy the wormi and saves the chick's life. A izn drops In the drinking: watei J.P.HAUPPIN,! Watchmaker Jeweler. Summer Uoods and get our prices. You are also invited to cull We 0 CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chicle diseases. and see and get prices on any thing else that you may need. One SOc Dottle of Hakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Kverv nonltrr raiser should keep a bottle ol this medicine on hand Write for free sampU and Booklet-o"Dleses ol rowu." Aaareis, ij. ieutdt compakt, Fruit Trees Given Away. Bourbon Poultry Cure Fifty apple trees, three and four years old given to each person who All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on, Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Une of t try to keep every thing the people want. ey, Every one should he mon- interested in learning where they can get the most for their and where they can get merchandise that will hest suit them a uwu, mm .buys 50 apple trees, all to be well aflsorted varieties named below. ATKINSON & SOLD BY LYLE, STANTON, KY. This oilei is open until the Jewelry CLAY CITV, & Spectacles. no In Call and see the Red River Hotel Building, little time to look around and satisfy yourself as to where this place is, but it is time profitabl y spent, for as you know "Money saved is money made". As stated above, we try to keep every thing the people want. AVe can not, though, here call attention to every thing, but will mention the following lines which we want you to know that we carry. "Queen Quality" and "goston Favoiite" Shoes for Women we have them in the new things in white, tans dull finish, kid and shiny leathers in shoes (boots) and low cuts. 'Walk-Over- " It takes LMICY. 15th day of March, 1912. nUlikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KV. Terms Cash. Those who come for trees must brinsj straw to proBOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, tect the bodies octrees; also ropes TYPEWRITING. to tin down with. Tree can be safely transplanted during the win- This school has turned out hunter season ut any time when the dreds of men and women who ' ground is open. Boys come see are successes. It will make what I have for yon. a success of you." SUMMEll APPEES: Red jJenoni, .Early Harvest, Write for Catalogue. G. Sweet, Maiden Transparent, f3 Blush, Red June. FALL APPLES: N. Spy, R. Beauty, S. Beauty, U. Golden, Wolf Uiver. SVCCWI Stayman WINTER APPLES: SPECIAL OFFER: BP fMll la Will X.v IuIhm. A trUI Wine Sap. Common Wine Saps, Ben F. Winter,. Mu fmlirt lam MUiu.lTnH.iUnl Davis, Gano, Stark, J. Cider, Yellow Johnatban, Smith Junet, Milam, Opolascent, Rugsott,. Wii Me&kta this PAptr. Black Twigg, Greenville. MHU IO VKNTi . ' luAuruV We tell roa how. Bad bavtifsi market price. W aie dcslcrs: established in iinoi sua can ao UKrrifKlor you than agents or commlsslou mere. chants, aeferenccsany bank In Write (or werkjy ttricc lit. zn-- shoes for Met) wo have them in all the new styles in tan", gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in the popular and at prices to suit all. We also colors and latest in make-up- , take measures for Millinery Goods niade-to-ord- t nu tLimmt, it. utaitrs in run, inuti, wouu ji m e. M. 8ABCL & SONS suits, and guarantee a perfect fit. SEEDS our Women's, Misees and Children's Hats are trimmed by one of the leading firms of the country. We" think can suit you in this line, and know can bave you money. See our lines of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Kan coute, to-Of-xi HOME NURSERIES, Proprietor, ItMfVslMtl J. B. ADAMS, r. f. D.N0.3 Richmond, Ky Nursery w.rytkW Ue fcftu. nervous? prtwtcatloa aaU fesiak weaVawftea they are the aupresn Veraedy, as thousands have festtfed, Ja ttcceed'when Bitted aver a druggista counter. Work Pants, Truuks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Iapr, Sewing Machines, Buggies, & etc, k etc. In fact see us for any thing you need, as we can save yon money. Watch for our special sales days ud, in other columns of this paper. m at Waco, Ky. 7-- 4. 'Phone Waco FOR KIDNEY, LIVIH AND STOMACH TROUslLK k is lbs best M4k!so evw sold v. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. (HV (!I,YDK II. TAVKSNKR.) Should a fiscal system which permits those who own 00 per cent, of the wealth of the United States to shoulder but 10 per cent, of the burden of taxation, he remedied? The Democratic llouse believes tli'ut it should, and hence the pas tux siige of the bill which levies a tux of 1 por cent, on incomes in excess of a year. This does not mean that all persons having more than $5,000 must pay u tax on the excess of excise-income $5,-0J- 0 o New Yott ,inxiionse' paid. in llgun with Fi r ull particulars addn-iaro taken from the Weekly Sta- ' Thej Alontray ealty rcfunnce tistical Sugar Trio e .Journal, the New oilicial publication of the sugar Company, 200 f'fth Avenue. York. industry of the United States. Wo have just received a i e lino Whether the sugar trust finds it necessary to increase prices to of shoes for mmi. Good quality reimburse itself for the stolen and the price right". Call and see mill on it was forced tndisgorm 'th'.m. Mrs. J. W. Williams. to ih government, following underweigh-inthe exposure of the Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. frauds, or whether the go today $4.00. These -- j - i For Sale. Rhode IhIhti'I Red chickens 2 00 per trio. v,,py at this ofllco. Sheriff's Tax Sale. As Shei if, if Powell County I will on Mondo April 1st 1912, It being coun :v. mid at the Court Hou6e do. ii Stanton, Ky., between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ra. and 3 o'clock p m. sell to the highest and Iihmi nidder' for cash, the following detcribed property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy all tuxes due thereon for the year 1911. Sale covers penulty, interest mid costs: Boundary of hnd belonging to S. J. Miller in precinct 3. Adjoining Den Rey, amount of tax and rrsts : 810 78 C. HALL, Sheriff. . Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. turn that low, wet, useless, swam- By the use of drain tile you can . g that sum. It 1 means that those who have an annual "income" nr "profit" of more than $5,000 must pay the sdl per cent, tax on income or profit exceeding therefore under the present are compelled to pay no greater tax to the government than the poorest man. The United States is practical-lthe only one of the great today that raises practically all its revenue by taxing the people Recording to their needs and practically according to their poverty, and allows wealth to go untaxed. The government now raises $811,000,000 annually by placing an import duty or tariff on the things the people eat, wear or use Banks, railroads and steamship linej pay nothing becauso they do not come in through the sys-torn to,000. It will be necessary in most cases for a person to have n capitalized sum of about $100. 000 before he is called upon to pay 1 per cent, tax on that por turn in excess of $5,000. The standpatters, however, say this plan is class legislation. Thev were never heard to complain of the present system of raising rev enue to run the government as being class legislation, although it is even more class legislation than that proposed under the tax bill. Under the present system the burden falls entirely upon the masses, wealth alone being the one thing untaxed for federal revenue. The masses of the people e the wealth, and by legislative advantage a few get. possession of it, and now these few to the transfer of the tax from but one article of general consumption sugar to wealth. They would prefer that the gov. eminent continue to tax sugar instead of wealth, because they eat no more sugar than the section hand or the mill worker and excise-income pro-ducob-ject are really justified by shortage of sugar production is considered a debatable question by many. But the fact that the wholesele price of sugar in London averages 2 cents a pound less thim in New York the year around, shows beyond question the advantage in favor of the consumers in the country where there is neitlier a sugar tariff nor a sugar trust. pre- y na-Ho- customs houses. 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A leading druggist in this city said it requires a week's time to compound it properly. Western Re- A new kind of 'cane that UOUBI,En '' HE 1EI l of Molasses and ' iuprnven the Quality 100 per ceM Molasses clearer ban uny othi kind undmucli better tasted. Oii'i planted no other kind of cane wil be grown on your placo fpr s- rup. Price $1.00 per gallon for eed. If not more than pleased will refund your money. J. W.?M1ZE, Vaughn', Mill, Ky. Seed can I e unci mi imp of I lit the limes in.' iKSes ex. i office. -- properly placed, not only carries oil' surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increaco in the value of the land is many time the cost of the tile Tho first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any bodv can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or ci'll at oiti plant. py field Into the most produutivo spot on your farm. Good tile, Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. 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