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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 11, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912041101_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 11, 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. .J 5) s . THE CLAl CITY TIMES. f-; - 2 - 4' $1.0(1 ii Yciir I lii Advance. We are here to help Clay City.' the Surronniing Country an i Ourselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XV . CLAY CITY. KY. Govern-Forty-si( x HUItSDAY ago John APJUL J 1. J 91 2. NO. Jf Evidences of Spring. " was 521,744, of which lt, lit miles were improved. The forty-sicounties in which there are no improved roads are located principally in the eastern and western parrs of the State. Twenty-oncounties have more than oil per cent, of their roads improved, and these counties are: Grant, od; McCraeken, 60.06; Garrard, 51.02; Lincoln, f3.3;; Carroll, 53,00; Mercer, x spiriting Fentnro of the counties in Kentucky j ment report is that it shows in a have not a foot 61 improved liirli. majority of the Kentucky conn-wa- y within their borders. Ac ' tje9 some progress is bpinir made a peport recently ptib-- j in huildine pci manent highways .ordiim to liohed l"y the Bureau tf Public Tlie forty-sithat are doing; Road's, United States Depart- nothing should bestir themselves ment of Agriculture,, the total and make some effort to keep road mileage of Kentucky in 1000 up with the procession. x (Jood Roads by Counties. Body Fonndlbatcn by Dors. Awake, Boys of J'owell County. Courier-Jo- urnal. The Republican Convention. The Tenth Republican conven tion at Winchester Tuesday se- e tip.-L50.-0- 0; Robertson, Clark, Fayette, (5(5.01; Pendleton, (5(5,44; Jessamine, 70; Bracken, 72; Kenton, 78; Franklin, 7(5.10; Shelby, 81; Nichalas, 85.33; Harrison, 80.0; Gallatin, 00; Scott, 50.52-, ; 0; 00.75; Boyle, 01.06, and Mason, 02 5 per cent. Between theso extremes there counties with less are twenty-one lected Judge llardwick of this county and A. B. Patrick, of Breathitt county, as delegatde to the Chicago National Convei- -' tion: They declared in favor of W. L. Hurst, of Wolfe county, as one of the four delegates at large. The supporter of Knnsc velt held a convention of their own and will send a contested aelegation to tl.e stute coirven-- i tion und the national convention. Similar discordant notes are ringing from' nearly every county and district in the State. ' Judge Booe Paroled. The Prison Commission has parthan 10 per cent, of their roads oled Judge C. E. Booe. the formimproved. In twelve counties er State Auditor's clerk, who the improved highways constitute robbed the State of something e from 10 to 19 per cent, of the like $40,000 by falsifying vouch.mileage;- - in five conntits ers names and endorsing-lietitionen-tirs 'He was sentenced" to thirteen in five other counties years and has served a little from 80 "to 80 per cent., and in three years'. If., had served nine counties from 40 to 49 per his full time out he would have been allowed over three years for cent. Compared with other States, good time. It is said Judge Booe is much Kentucky's road showing is not broken in health, but has been bad, as only three States in the 'offered a position by a relative in Union excood her in total of iin another State and will go at once proved highway mileage. Other to his new home. States, however, are improving We call attention to the new their roads at. present at a much advertisement of shoes in Mrs. greater rate than Keatucky, and if we are. to maintain our present Williams' space this week. Bead it and do not fail to give her high standing on the role of we store a call if you have not almericau Commonwealths must be "doing about". One in- - ready done so. percent.; -- Powell county boys should Martins have come, the and'loin Mclntos.'-- , stir themselves and join the of the turtledove has been hejr l, brothers, the 'former a bachelor Boys' Corn Club and win some mosquitoes are in the air, fro.:-living with th'ellatter a niarried.of the prizes that will be offered. are hollowing, turtles are coverman who lives Qn Ilattou creek, Corn growing is a profitable busi- - ing logs in the old mill pond runcume to Clay City and it is said ness when the right kind of ning during the day, fishermen loaded up on liquor and started ground is available and the prop- on the banks of our river am! home wulkingjlFinm some cause er culture is applied. This is creeks, early gardeners are bu? or other, beingfdrnnk John Mc- what the State hopes to do, get with the hoe and early plum tre-intosh got lostjfrnm his brother the boys to learn how to shape are in bloom. Thus we see and Tom, and wlibfj Tom got home the conditions so great crops can realize that surely Spring in aP started a search for John but be grown. It is to the boys' in- its glory and inspiring intluence-- i could not tlndijiim. All efforts terest to grow a great crop of is really here. Soon the note oi to locate hini'lJiaving failed, it corn this year, but it is more im- the whippnorwill will be sound was thought t.liat he had fallen portant to piepare an acre for ed at nights warning farmer oft one of .the railroad bridges next year's crop. Making the that com planting, time is here. which he iniiswross or" else was land right is f the crop; 'Tis time to get busy every man, as he was the seed is ; time of woman and child and make thi murdered andjjjbbbed known to havefoine money in planting and its culture is the year one of the most friutful ot his pocket. "Last Saturday as other fourth. It is just as im- many years past. To begin earone of the littl&boys of Charlie portant to begin now to prepare ly and start right is half th Ilice, who livesjJiear Stanton was an acre for next year's crop as it battle. returning froth'ia store passins is to prepare the available acre through the wrioils, a dog follow-in- for Kentucky, while directly enthis year's crop. The Times him engaged in a light with otheruSks. He went to will give a hint on the prepara- titled to only two United States several the scene of ttfjp light and there tion of land for corn. Take an Senators has seven sons chosen foifnd the dogs'eating on a hu- acre of average land, and plant to serve in the upper branch oi man body ,wlfch proved to be in velvet beans in the same way the national government. Of that of Mclntf)ji Mint was lost as corn, and keep the weeds course five of them represent othJjefnj-eThe llesh of two weeks one arm wasjlnost eaten away, down. You will find the ground er states. This is one of every a lame nortlnirJof the chest and covered twelve inches deep with thirteen in the Senatorial chamon the face vines by September; turn these ber. some of tha'-Meiwas aiso eaiwn ne eviueiniy vines under before frost and sow had died tr.orwiintoxication as in rye PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. the first of October, applyand rob the. f the manure on Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of bery was dbwped when all of ing about the iiionev,irKwfta .thought' to the ground you think you ought each month. jfmirpfcraoir. Plow, under the- - ryo riextlpmyer Meetings, Wednesday evefisr to nit vo. wusnuuir r year about the, first of May and ings. Getting Stfff ad Tough, aifd now getting plant your corn, cultivate well Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. Our mud roads' you will be suprised at what good and stiff and tough" and and a crop of corn you will grow. hard to pull. Clay City, howevyou don't know whero to get er, will soon have one piece of If the velvet beans come to this ofgoo'd road, made s6 by nature and A great fertilizer, and a hard), fice non-usIt is the road from this and we will gradly give you vigorous forage plant for hay and information. pasture. Will grow in any kind of here to the Walter's Ferry bridge. soil, even very rocky places. Can The old forge crossing has been Mrs. Ed Campbell visited rel be sown without plowing in winter past fording now; practically all atives near Sharpsburg, Ky., last and early spring. Circular and prices the time since the thaw out the week. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. middle of February and t his piece best of road is in fine shape, the condition, possibly, of any road in the county. While we must do without the bridge we need so badly, it isfine'on that section of road when the river does get down. About t.wo.vceks j ! one-halh one-fourt- g . h theory-.oMUnrd- er one-hal- SWEET CLOVER e. -- mm WALDRON , 1 & JOHNSON, i Quick Action by Congress. New. Spring Millinery JusT: received from the city which combines the newest Styles and lowest prices. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have beep .marked dovvtt o firs! President Tnftjsent a message to Congress last week recommending an appropriation to strengthen the levees along the Mississippi Itiver, which does not seem content to remain in its time honored bed. Within a few hours after this message was received a bill' fortius purpose auoronriatini' $350,000 was Mass ed and became a law. For quick action by Congress, this bill es tablishes a new record. The flood situation in Westerti Kentucky and all along the Mississippi river is still very grave. The loss of property runs into the millions, and up to this time there is no abatement of the ii m m Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are Belling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day und give our place a coft in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of danger. -- HATS and CAPS Here's your opportunity to save some money. J. Iit burgher who has been in such a Ipw stuge of health since the first oftheydar, is now all the while growing weaker, and but slight hopes for his recovery, are entertained." Mrs. A. l. Blair, of Morcheud, visited her daughter, Mrs. A. T. Whitt, several days this week. look through and let us price you some of our goods.They willopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. First come, first served. Send tJs Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live n shimfessel:s. J. M. Danjel,,pf Winchester, was here yesterday the guest of his brother, D. R, Dani!. Clay City or near our store .we will "deliver the goods'' It looks very much 'as, if Spring meant business at'last. mmm later take up and mako an issue. As wo can't get Bryan give us Un rCDLISUEP VERY TH0K8DAT. derwood, preferably, but any of Subscription rates $1 a year or three the others mentioned would be years m advance 52. far aheod of Taft, the Kepubli can nominee, and we believe J- - E. burgher, Publisher. either of them can beat him. Entered as second-cla- y THE TIMES.- him. forHe announces theto ples the two parteis, - princi- Boys' Corn Club. ( The sturdy and stolid growth April 11, 1912. of the Presidential boom for Os car unuerwood, ot Alabama, is CLUB RATES. causing much uneasiness, on the For tho convenience of our sub part of other candidates for the cribere, we have arranged club rates Democratic nomination. Under A'ith tho following papejrs at prices wood has shown leadership of nelow mentioned : unusually high order since the The Times an.d Courier-Journ$1.00 Democrats in the House b'ecame Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 tho majority. 90 Louisville Herald His success in putting through 75 patty Home and Farm measures has been excep 1.00 Inland Farmer ttonally brilliant and he has fore 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 ed a hostile Senate to pass the bills he prepared, which would A farmer has to keep about 20 f The Standard Oil Company, have materially reduced the tar which the Supreme Court of the iff but for the presidential ve sheep a whole year to get wool e United States solemnly "dissolv toes. His many friends in Wash' nough to buy a suit of clothes ed" some few weeks ago, has de ington are greatly encouraged o- - One sheep will produce wool e clared a dividend of 2,UUU per ver the enthusiasm with which nough to make the suit. The cent. This action was taken by his boom is spreading througout other nineteen sheep are kept to the Standard Oil Company, of the north. They claim that his pay the manufacturers, distribu Indiana, and was made for the election to tho Presidency would tors and others. Harrosburg purpose of concealing the enor not only insure material and Leader. mous profits of the company. It healthy progress, but that prog The Colonel will keep on the wub what is called a stock divi ress would be accompanied with stump, so that if the Republican ; that is, for every share of national dend prosperity which is its stock owned by a stockholder, he most desirable companion, and nomination seeks him it will be was given 29 additional shares. would be a tremendous party as sure to find him. To do this it was necessary to in- set for Democratic Huts End to Bad Habit. service in fu crease the capital stock of the ture campaigns. Things never look bright to one concern from one million to thirwith "the blues." Ten to one the The Prison Commission in pa ty million dollars. No uew captrouble is a sluggish liver, filling Booe, lias made a ital was added, however. The roling-Judgthe system with bilious poison iucrea6e was declared out of the' mistake, though we guess, it is Dr. King's New Life Pills not a mistake either, for they that surplus. would expel. Try them. Let the joy Since the "dissolution" of the intentionally did it. We thiuk of better feelings end "the blues," trust, several melons of this sort Mr. Booe should have served his Best for stomaoh, liver and kid have been cut. The Vacuum term out. We put little confi neys. 25c.at all dealers. ;Oil Company, another subsidiary, dence iu the ill health proposiSpecial Sale Day. recently increased its capital tion, as some excuse had to be On SatHfdirtf April 18th, for hatched up. If it had been some stock from $2,500,000 to $15,000, 000, and it is reported the Stand poor person who had stolen some- cash or country produce, we will l ff lit am oiP n.emucKy win declare a thing from the State, or an indi. sell lenox soap at 8 cents a cake, vidual either, he would not have t roasted coffee at 19J cents per Ktock dividend of 2,500 per cent had such a good show to get out. pound, standard brands of calico The Democratic wool bill of Judge Booe knew better; while at 5 cents and cheaper grade 4 last year proposed a reduction of the poor man would not be con cents per yard. i0 percent, in the tariff rates on scious of his sin. Less liniency Hardwick & Co., I .1 t wool, and it passed the House by suouiu 1. suown sucn men as ue V Stanton vote of 221 to 100. The same Booe, but usually these "big Milk Cow for Sale. lull has again passed the House, bosses" are gotten out some wav For sale, splendid milk cow this time by a vote of 189 to 92. or other, while the poor scarmps with young calf. Apply at this When he' vetoed the bill fast must come across. office. year President Taft gave as his Lost, or. Stolen. We have heard older people reason the fact that the tariff One light bay vraare with black talk of the August election, ' but loard had not made its report They mane and tail,, thin in order with Now, in- the light of the tariff we never attended one. have come back to us again, but one white hind foot, weight anout hoard's report, tho Republicans a compulsory state 900 pounds. Reward for infonna of the House, propose a wool bill in the form-oprimary, when all candidates of tion leading to the return ef this calling for a reduction of 40 per Ed Campbell, cent, in Schedule K, or just two both parties will be uamed for animal. the followiug November election. Clay City, Ivy per cent. less than the bill which The, revival of the old August the president vetoed. Eggs For Sale. no doubt, will be a reThe tariff board, therefore, Barred Plymouth Royk, 50c per vindicates the Democratic posi- minder of better days to many setting. Brown Leghorn, 7oo per setting. tion on wool, iLsucli vindication of the older voters. were necessary, The Democrats White Leghorn, $1 per setting. Now and then some one send a .knew, lone before the tariff bomb to a'New York Judce as a Eggs gathered after order, ia re nard was created, that the wool reminder that moonshiuig ceived. Mrs. Nettie Welch. rates were too high, and the mountaineers are not the only .Clay City, Ky. l'residont knew it also, for in his onemiea of established process, of r.peecli at Winona, Minn., he law. Subscribe for the Times. characterized the wool tariff rate m indefensible. Thursday, -al mail matter. Boys, don't you all wAnt to join tho Powell county Cor Club? You should want to keep up with the times and not let other counties get ahead of you If you would investigate what learning, profit uud pleasure the corn clubs in many counties i the State are affording the boys you would be as enthusiastic as they are. You who want to join the club give your name to J. E Burgher, Clay City, or Mrs.vKate Bohannou or Fred Blackburn Stanton. If you bovs will got up a club we will have a corn show this fall and give prizes to the winners, and will take the win ning corn to the State Corn Show and there vou have a chauco to win more prizes. Wake up boy and "get busy" aud let's make a sure go of this corn club. Bradley pays O'Re'ar must not bo allowed to attend tho Nation al Republican Convention. Lot's see. O'Rear once said Bradley was tho grratest living Kentuck-ian. 'WondSr if he has chifnged his mind lately. Col. Roosevelt, formerly tho great "I am", is becoming the famous "I was". Democrats agree with "T. R." that it would be very unwise to re-ele- ct Taft. stroying tin- foundation ff the,dis- patient case, und giving the strength by building up the constitution nnd assisting nature in doing, its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its cunitivo powers that thoy offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Address : F J. Cheney ifc'C'o., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 73c, Take Hall' Family Pills for constipation. - $ioo Reward, loo.S The readers of this paper will be pleased to leaTi that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure n6w known to the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitu tional disase, requires a constitutional treatmnnt. Hall's Catarrh Cure 1r taken internally, nctintr.di-rectl- y upon the ' blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de- - SEEDS !i.rtiuMhM Mt.MlunwI.fC.Urj 1 itif. FatUrUa V.rk.t L.Mim U TsrltUM CM riMnne rm i rrnriii . . . , . .in. . tv rUv.r . Hm4i we will Mod FOR 10 CENTS poatpaltl our spkcul mmm Planter should teit Uia nnerlor merit! of Unr NortbernOrownReidt. Suirmtied le Plus Tfrry Ctnlener tnd Frsih,R(ibli.iurJ tl' Illlnui, OO. KM packln and rcJ II.. ffairUt with oar N.w rt1 IJ6J lntrtiT uncilSt.NOKTHKllN 8KKI Uoh Hockfonl. "F.... i vji.i Qt.r4.ri ()ntd . STOP! LOOK! Did it Ever (Occur to You That more hard service is required of fhe Shoe than any .. . 1 a 1 Clothing? That Wearing1 Qualities combined with Style and Comfort, should always be considered first? I For 20 years we have be supplying hundreds of satisfied customers. - f Wear Right. Look See Right. Them. Priced Right. 1 Mrs. J. W. Williams. USE HOPE Payno-Aldric- h Clark, Wilson and Harmon have each been flooding our mail with items concerning themselves lioosting them for President They could save some postage by withdrawing the Times from their mailing list. The Times prefers Another man to either of them and this mail has not 6ent us a bit of copy either. It is none oth cr than Oscar W. Underwood, of Alabama. He is a native born JCentuckiun, and in every way veil fitted for tho Presidency. Jf Bryan wasn't seemingly an impracticability we wopld be for him, butJJryan is too out spok-- j eu to gaju enough votes 'to. elet A The SECR self-denial :4 ET & it Is MILLS IPIJOUIZ When the New Year Arrives secret of life from a business point of viewis to spend I cm than you earn and deposit the difference. The average person, comfort in advanced years 'is secured only by living within one's income and laying by something regularly before spending, not simply depositing what is left 'after spending. It may be necessary to practice a little to lay by money from a moderate income, but, after all, is it when the result; is a personal benefit, independence and future comfort?,, jBe .successful and build your success on an Intereft Account this Bank. self-deni- al After Christmas fm ; Clay ; City j National Bctak, or.' Mfg!d the general cut'-to leave ntT Intuitu und acquire new und belter ones. Ohe of the best to er and an easy one to retain, in th ' hubit of using Peurl Hour. Yoit will flml it the best you ever and thoroughly satlnriictitry fur purports, und it use will mumi become u custom. ' a'l bad ' ! V CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY 4 ar by J. A'NDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky;:$; Sir. I HI A.V'Al.L . 1: TIMES. I)E L'Af-KR- . Dr. S. I'. IlainiiKiii, Still, W'lH llCft! lilKt- of .lack Week. F. R. Blackburn, of Stanton, was in the city yesterday, run-down NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH. The celebrated Dr. Ahcrncthy nl Iondon was firmly of the opinion that disorders ol the stomach were the mod prolifio source of human ailments in general. A recent medical writer says: " every feeling, emotion and affection reports at the stomach (through the system of nerves) and the stomach is affected accordingly. ." He continues, " so we may be It is the vital center of the body said to live through) the stomach." He goes on to show that the stomach is the 'vital center of the body. For weak stomachs and tho consequent indigestion or dyspepsia, and the multitude of various diseases which result therefrom, no medicine can be better suited as a curative agent than IIO.MK-M- A The hog market continues good TIIUKSIUY, ... April U, UML. 'in the city but the kind 'that, is bringing above eight oeiits it the' .1. II. Diiwsnii, nt Winchester, kind that there ate very few fat was in tlii! riiy Moiiiin y. and weighing 200 and up. Tin .n i filers sirs puttim: in full Judge Kobt. II. Winn, of Mt. time with tlie usual rtu It. Sterling, who yas ' Appointed i pinning mill Judge of the Court of Appeals of The Svvaiiii-Day- . short this district, last fall bv Governor will stmt, up again Willson, has announced his caniniii. didacy for election to fill out the 'In olio of our JiliK'grass e.v remaining four years of Judge dinnjjt's we see iiiuch corn in crib O'liear's term. The nomination advertised for sale. Of course will be made by the compulsory the price is) good. primary, August Hrd. UK) A I, MtEVITfrcS. Mr, and Mrs. Wui Mount., Jr. The Danger After flrlp are rejoicing over the arrival' of lies often in a system. their lirst, bom. It is a girl and Weakness, nervousness, lack of apcame to "their home April Ith. petite, energy and ambition, with iiu disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease. The greatest need then is Electric Bitters, the glorious tonic, blood purifier and regulator of stoniach, liver and kidneys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up tho system and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Orip. If suffering try them. Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. "Several months ngol guttered from a Severn pain right writes Miw. G. M. Mvrkkn, or under tho breust-lione,- " Corona, Calif. "Had suffcrcd from It, off and on, fur fov-eryears. I also sultcred from hoart-burdid not know whatwnsltho matter1 with mc. I tried sovcral medicine?; Finally, I was told it was my but they did mo no good. liver. I did not daro to eat as It inado mo worse Whenever I swallowed anything It seemed that I would falut It hurt so. I grew very thin und weak from not eating. 1 Wa? tool. told to tnkn Dr. Plerco's Golden Medical Discovery. tivo lKituVs of It. and could feel myself getting letter lrom nrst uoso. l couin eaia uttio witnnui pain ami.nrew y strong fast. I am strong and well and ran do u bl day's work with case. Can ent (iverythlng and havo put 01 wonderfully. I will say to all sntrerers write to Dr Piareo. IIo has my undyln-- ' - f I udr ." To-daal ytno Mrs. Murkkn, - The Kentucky river was highAlmost a Miracle. er hist week, than before in ten One of the most startling changes years. Thousands of logs, staves ever seen in any man, according to W. B. Ilolsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., ami ties were swept, away. STRAWBERRY PLANTS was effected years ajjoin- his brothA mud uog and several dogs er. "He had such it dreadful Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, exposed tojts biting were killed Roses, Peonies, Phlox. cough," he writes, "that all our in and near Clay City last week. family thought he was going into Everything for A cow belonging to the Orphan-Mg- e consumption, but he began to use ORCHARD, LAWN anil GARDEN. has gone mud and is raging, Dr. King's New Discovery, and but has not vet been killed. NO AGENTS. CATALOG. was completely cured by ten bot- FREE The State Democratic Execu- tles. Now ho is sound and well H. F. Hiilenmeyer &,Sons, For mative Committee has been called und weighs '218 pound Lexington, Ky. by ChairniiUuHenry It. 1'rewitt ny yetirs our family has used this to meet in lJiiisville ApriP20th wonderful remedy for Coughs and to name time and place for hold- Colds with excellent results." It's 8 ing the Democratic State Con- quick, safe, reliable and guaranvention and to select delegates to teed. Price 50 cents and $1 tiO. n OAPrTAti STOCK. SI 00,000 jj K HUKPLUS AXD UN2 attend the National Convention Trial bottle free at all dealers. j DIVIDED IMtOIPITK. iiOO.OOO which meets in Baltimore June A k nil 25th. mm ' - Fruit and Shade Trees! When in Need of Builder's Hardware Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write i .i .n ii'iH.I II IfflP X7 Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, A petition has been filed with the Prison Board Commission requesting the parole of Curt. Jett and Tom White, now serving life, sentences, in. the penitentiary n for the murder of Attorney A cross pel i at Jackson. Mur-cui- TP ii .ONE tujr $ WmcfiESTER Bank. rr.IIou.v WiTiiEusrooM, Pjieh. Spiiaii, Oashiek. . 'i 3 jS ;3 'A OP WiNcnsTBR, Ky. II. Winchester, - Ky. also been filed which vigorously protests against this Hon has uuwn lac wtoi ui u chicken destroys the worms nnd saves UhS chick's llfo. A (3W drops Id thaVIaktoirwatCi 1 mm $; W. R. K K C iwu" . , "3 fc a pinole. It Looks Like a Crime to sepnrute a boy from a box of Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils, knocks, 8, ruins and Msratches, bruises demand it, and its quick re lief for burns, scalds, or cute is his right. Keep it luuidy for boys, also girls. Heals everything liealabie and does it quick. Uueqnaled for piles. Only 25 cents at all dealers. P3ZVENTS GAPES 'I white diarrhoea, roup, choler and oth?r chick diseases. Bourbon Poultry Cure ! Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Everr ooaltry r.Uar ihnnM k"rp a bottle ol thlt medicine 01 l.nd W rlto fur trco sample ad uoolclet on ihscscjoi rowis. iiuurcsi, 80URSOX RFMfUl CUMhUY, ter'ntcn, Ky. - One 50c Bottle of J.P.HAUPPIN, Watchmaker ! f SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call ami see our new stoek of Spring and Summer (Snods and get our prices. You are also invited to call We ..... jeweier. r Bo.ii'bon Poultry Cure is tlio liet remedy I have ever tried und I huve been in tlie poultry buxiuess for forty and see and get prices on any thiny else that you may need. ...... Ar- -j f!.... 1.' All Kinds of Watch and Clock town, Ky. Repairing on Short Notice and I have now used Bourbon Poultry Trees Given Away. ire two years and I just could not Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- Line of HON GUARANTEED. raieo any chickens without it. I huve not huh 11 cast) of gnpes nince I began Fifty apple trees, three and four usiiiK it. Mrs. W. V. Bracev. Basker- Jewelry & Spectacles. years old given" to euch person who .V1IH', va. X Call and see me in the Red SOLD BY buys 50 upple trees, all to be well C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAV CITY, KY. Dlvr llntpl RiiiMinp. assorted varieties named below. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, " CLAY CITY, EM ICY. This offer is open until tlie !....: . i i try to keep every thing the people want. Every one should be interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, Fruit and where they can et merchandise that will best suit them a f It takes little time to look around and satisfy yourself As stated above, we aB to j 5 where this place is, but it is time profitably Bpent, for as you' know "Money 6aved is money made". every thing the people want. wo try to keep at- j u Wo can not, though, here call tention to every thing, but,vill mention the following lines which want you to know that we carry. "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favoiite" Shoes for Women have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid "Wulk-Over- " 15th day of March, 191.2. Hillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. SHORTHAND, f, f TTTTtTtTtTtTTTTTTTTTTTtt .f M Terms Cash. Those who come for .trees mast bring Atraw to protect the bodies of trees; uls't ropes to tie down with. Trees can be TYPEWRITING. MONEY We are dcaWrjetallj!ica firlcci and cau do UliTTBK fur you than agents or commission merchants. Kefcrcnoesaiy bauUfnLou-tsvlile- . Write for we kly price list. we and shiny leathers in hoes (boots) and low cuts. shoes for Men we safely transplanted during the win- This school has turned out hunter season ut any time when the dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make Hoys co'ne see ground is open. success of you. what 1 have for yon. 11 havo them in all the new styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes and low outs. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in tho .popular colors and .SipiMEIJ Al'l'EES: Benoui, O. Transparent, lied n, Early II irvest, Sweet, Maiden Write for Catalogue. f3 latest in make-up- , and at prices to suit all. Ve also M. SAQuL & Jilufli, lied June. A 33 E. Uirkil St. UUISiIUE. In FUni, HUES, V00U. SONS take measures for Millinery Goods made-to-ord- suits, and guarantee a perfect fit. aft NFALL - APPLES: . Beauty, S. Wolf River. WINTER APPLKS; Staynmn Wine Sap. Cniiiinon WinuSups, Ben Davis; (iano, Stark. J. F. Winter, Johnathan, Smith Cider, Yellow Janet, Mi bun, Opotywjent, Russeft, Ulaek Twigg, (Jreenville. N. Spv, 11. Beauty, G. (ioldeu, TlUUU r 1 SPECIAL OFFER: kall4 Mt M..I.M. AtllJlwlU you our tveou's sms 5UCCEE0 our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats are trimmed by one of the leading lirms of the country. We think uan suit you in this line, and know can have you money. See our lines of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Nam coutp,- 1 pnnijjta cuiUucr. th HoMttTtnl. to-da- y; 1 .u. fVW Mention this Paper. 4. HOME NURSERIES, J. U. ADAMS, W KMtM. U END 1U CENTST Ul McklBff Ul lilmll . til U IU Proprietor, ICy. utt Hl rUttM u Md, ll.nu. r. f. i). No. 3 Richmond, Ky. Nursery at Waco, Ml i Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous, prostration and female weaknesses they ato thq supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Work Pants, Trunks, Machines, Buggies, & Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Sewing etc, b etc. In fact see us for any thing l'ap-r- , IT you need, as we cart save yon money. Watch for our special sales days ad. in other columns of this paper. ' 'Phono Waco it Is the best medietas ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUILE Hardwick & Co,, Stanton. f-- 4. mm JtT CLEAN SEED 'BEFORE SOWING DO NOT miCH WITH MANURE farmers wont over to Mr the other day to buy a Value of Fanning Mill Cannot Be Common, But Wasteful Practice With The cateliy slogan, "Meet us Strawberry Beds Study Will n our old Kentucky home," milk cow. There were several Overestimated Where Wild Oat Erroneous Idea. Make Your Wet Land Productive. la Practically Only Weed. by the Disciples of Christ cows in the herd and Len found A common but very wasteful prac- By the use of drain tile you can lor their Internationa! Conven- that they were cheap aud bought (By F. I. KErfNARD, Assistant Agronotice Is that of winter mulching straws mist, Idaho Experiment Station.) lms the bunch and went home with a tion in Louisville, Oct. that low, wet, useless, swain berry beds with manure, says the turn tiomc-Cominjc For Nib-lack- 's Dlt-slpat- o Farm Drain Tile nv field into the most product! spot on your farm. Good til lfi-2- Plan now to own or rent a good fanning mill, and clean and grade all seed grain beforo sowing next spring. home-comin- g tion In a section of the country where wild oat Is practically the only weed of connection with the event. J. N. Burgher has moved back moment tho" value of a fanning milt Kentucky is known as the "Pi- to the old home place. Stop seedcannot be ing wild oat with the seed grain and oneer ' Battle Ground" of the Roscoe Bowman visited rela- the problem will be much moro easily Disciples for the reason thut masolved. tives at Heidelberg last, week. ny of the famous debates beA mill of the "gravity" typo Is far tween their early leaders and Willie Todd bought two nice superior to the old form where tho is done principally by those of other denominations weanling calves last week at $10 separating Do not understand that tho tho screens. were held in its principal cities each. screens are not essential, for they are. What Is meant Is a combined form. and towns. John Niblack bought of Zeke The screens to sort and separate as Aside from nearly J5,000 mem- Conner four hogs of abouj. 75 to size, the blast to further separate bers of the denomination in the pounds average weight, for $18. as to specific gravity. The Ideal Eead grain is that which Is free from foul State now, it is estimated that W. F. Burnett, is building an matter and which has been graded to more than that number of native kernels of uniform size and weight. converts have migrated to other addition to fiis residence and This can be accomplished only by the States; mostly to Missouri, where making many other improve- use of a ' mill of' the type mentioned above. the Disciples are 17o,000 strong; ments about the premises. In grading, adjust the screens so Indiana with 151,000; Illinois The strong gale of wind last as to remove the largest and'smallest the medium-size125,000; Ohio 100,000; Tennessee Wednesday blew down much kernels, retaining' only will note howd ones. And you N0,000, to say nothing of other fencing in this neighborhood, Surprisingly uniform they nro as to nearby States and it the far uprooted many trees and blew size. They are not. however, uniform If West. the house on the Fox place from as to weight, andfarm,you have had some will be wild oat on your fea- oil" the foundation. With this home-cominfound here. Adjust the blast so as to. grains ture, and the fact that Louisville Fred Sniethers has rented and remove any chaff and light alpo be and reoat will is in the geographical center of moved from Clay City to the most ofUhe wild will be seed grain, moved. The result more than one million of their John Henry place. We extend a the kernels of which are strikingly membership, the Disciples have most cordial welcome to Mr. similar as to size and weight, free and almost If not planned for the largest gathering Smothers and his estimable wife from chaff and !ustwild oat. entirely free , ? 4 at any Convention in their histo- back to our community. We have just received a new line ry. Good quality of shoes for men. The local Committee has al D ORCHARD TREES and the, price.right. Call and si e smile on his face. among of the denominain for a bi DarHngsville. a niovemoi.it ' None of the large growers ever practice it, yet many general farmers who depend upon their 'strawberry bed for spring Income cover the bed in late fall with horse manure, thinking to increase the crop the following year. plant 7A study of the strawberry would dissipate any such idea. During the growing season, spring and Bummer, the plant stores in its crown the plant food from which tho following year's, crop of berries is produced. Of tho plant food contained in the manure spread on the bed after tho growth has stopped for the year, not one atom enters the following spring's crop. In fact, the most valuable element, nitrogen, i dissipated into tho air in the form of ammonia, Tvhile the potash and phosphoric acid, to be utilized must bo plowed or cultivated- Into the soil. Fruit Belt. . properly placed, not only carries oil" susphif water, it admits air to tho soil and niak. it easy to work. It iniproves.any soil. The increaco in the value of tho land ic many of the tile The first time- - the year's prop from tiled land pay for it. Any bodv can do the wor suecesnfully. Write for particulars or cidl at out plant. Red River Brick & Tile Company, x STANTON, KENTUCKY. Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to uk (or one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason wo ure you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLAcT-'draugH- OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE T g Anyone ending a nketrh and description nisy aaeormill our Ol.inuiu ireu wiieiner an invntiilnn la nrnhnblr nnlentAbio. Commiuilrn tlimintrlctlrcoiiUdeiithil. HANDBOOK onl'atenta aotit free. Oldest opency for securing patemi. I'nteiita taken tlirouuli iluim ft Co. recetro $reetat nttUe, without obnree. In the handsomely lllnntrnted weekly-- . T.nrffest clr- Cumuuil Ul nuy iweimuu J'llMIIUIa Terms, i a ye tin four months, $L Bold by nil newsdealer. A W V WW Brmodi Offlce. 625 Copyrights Ac. IRADE MARKS DESIGNS Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable me41cine. for constipation, indigestion ana liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN , . F2 Scientific American. F SU Washington. P. ready engaged the big Louisville Aaniory, with its seating capaci s ty of '20,000 and all and convention halls, for the e vent. George A. Jones, Secretary of the Committee, statss, however, feature that the will-no- t be restricted to ex Ken tucky members of the denomination. Any former resident and all others, regardless of creed, he declares, will be welcomed in the good Kentucky side-room- LOW-HEADE- Three Apple, Feet Is Common Height for While With Peach and Plum It Is Much Lower. them. . ' Mrs. v, J. W. Williams ! East-Bouud. SlJIifRY No. 2, No. 4, Daily. Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. A new kiniTotcane that OF L. & E. TipiE Elleutivo May 28,1011. Station?. v TBLE. No. 1, No. 3, West-Houn- Commercial orchards of apples and pears are nowadays headed much lower than formerly, three feet being a very common height for starting uome-comiu- g the head of these trees, while with the peach and plum the head Is started even lower, eighteen to twenty Inches being a common height. The reason for this Is that in certain localities, where windstorms are frequent, the trees are less likely to be broken, lose a smaller proportion of their fruit, and are less subject to Injury from sun way. scald 'as the low heads of the trees serve to a certain extent as a sbado Virden. for the body. The cost of harvesting the fruit Charley Snowden visited Kil-li- s trees Is much less from Ware last Sunday. than that of gathering from tall trees. trees a considBruce Crawford bought a work With the erable portion of the crop can be mule last week for $.'50. gatherect-bthe picker standing upon with C. C. Curtis was in Clay City the ground, while part of the work trees the major Wednesday on business. must, be done from ladders, which required to greatly extends the J.'D. Snowden bought the .las. do the picking, and time consequently, inBurbidge farm for $150. creases its cost. Pruning, spraying, trimming, as well as harvesting, will Willie Curtis was at West bo found to be more convenient on low than trees. Mend Tuesday on business. d d d y high-heade- d high-heade- Daily. DOUBLESJTHE YIELD of Molasses apdjSra proves the Qual- P. M. A. M.. ity 100 per cenjc. Molasses clearer 1:35'" 7:20 r 8:0:) than any otherfekiud aud much 2:17 tasted. Oncplanted no other 2:35 8:18 kind of cane wilb,eyr be grown on 2:40 8:32 your place for syrup. Price $1 00 3: 8 :50 per gallon for seed. If not more 3:15 !:)() your mou!):"") than pleased 3:21 3:28 !:12 ey J. W. M1ZE, !i :27 Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 3 :47 !i :32 Seed can be seen and sample of 3 :52 :44 molasses examined ut the Times 4 :04 10:04 4:25 oilice. 10:57 5:10 bet-leQ.will-refun- d Daijy , x "' ,A. W. Daily. E.-- M. - 1 Winchester, '5 L. & E. Junction, Indian Fields, ' OLaY CITV, Stanton, ? Rosslyn.' Filson, Campton Jr.nctlnn, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Jt-t- ' " " '8:50;, ' . 'StOf- f- M6i3f 7:51 7:37 ?fl0 4:37 4:22 4:05 3:50 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 ,3:12 2 :5l 1:57 1:50 1:25 7:l! 7:10 7:05 (i:50 f 0:43 0:10 flTlO . - ()' (i:2.V :03 & , IC. Junction, t 5 :;." :05 11 :25 11 Jtniks-on- 5:05 iiiicjsand, 1 in all HI. ?couiix.r obtainedC'rvmU countrin OR NO ivkuv and CoprrlghU HM-edMnd Sketch, Model or l'hoto, lor FRCC REPORT on iMtratabllttY. Patent nu in Maiapa lor InTalnabin book frn.i on MOW TO OBTAIIi and At Ll NTIHTI. (low to get a partner,! Whlrli onea will law ww uiner Tasmania laiuniuuioa. j BANK RiriRINCIS. lw from J D. Snowden for $40. Mrs. C. C. John Sewell bought a milk cow TRAP FOR LITTLE SPARROWS More D. 1303 Seventh St.,WMklmtoH, 0. C. SWIFT CO. PATENT. LAWYERS. k Than One Thousand Caught In Curtis visited Mrs. Device In Use at Hawkesbury Sarah Adams last Wednesday. Agricultural College. Vernon, son of E. D. Curtis is At the Hawkesbury Agricultural college in Australia the trap illustrami the sick list at this writing. ted herewith has been, found very C. C. Curtis was in the Snow In catching sparrows. During creek neighborhood one day last one year moro than 1,000 birds were CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. will inke connectinn at Lexington with the L. &. In. for Loninvilli", Ky. Nt. 3 will make connection with the li. & N. tit Winchester for Cincinnati, (). CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1,2, 3 and 4, will make connection witti .Mountain Central Kail way to and from Campton. HBATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Train No'.' I. 2 and 3vill make .conit A. Railway for nection with the O. & K. JUNCTION: Trails NAs. 2. 3 and 4 will nude cmihc tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railwav for Cannel City, Kv. and O. & K. stations. CIIAS. SC'OTT, C.un'l Passenger Ayent. I- -. .'i WebsterS IMERMONAL THE KEEHl it ii ft "Cardni Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly trqubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. 1 couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to ta:;e it, and it cured nie. Cardui saved my life! Now, I can do anything." ' week on business. S. B. Kvenuan, of West Bend, 'hml a good young horse killed by the train Tuesday. The farmers are getting busy over hore since the pretty woath-chas come, plowing and gar- i' dening. Next Sunday is Rbv, M. I'. Lowry's regular appointment at the Christian church here. A large crowd is expected that iluy. O. W. Curtis, of Old Pino Kidgo, wac hero Monday having repair work done. Wash is making calculations for a big crop this year. Minii) caught, sometimes at the rate of 20 or 30 a day. The birds enter at three small holes about two inches In diameter at the bottom of the V in the center and just three inches above the wire netting iloor. This floor U thinly covered under the holes with soli on which a little food, such as bread crumbs or wheat Is sprinkled. The mesh of the net Is one inch. When onco a few birds are iuulile sparrows ure 'soon attracted and easily caught, says the Orange Judd farmer. The frame is about three feet square and eight feet long, with doors WE3STER? KBW CBEA-""- covering every floja of tho world's thought, cot.an and culture. The only ixir unabridged dictionary in raiwy years. . f IWnure lt deuaca over 400,000 cef?ro C0V..J. ium-ziiou- j. jir iJ jc.--u- l oVaZea. ,f!0 I bctwwn, two Cooo 11- rivlt!oa ilWsuirt l' l! only dictionary ova H Cardui womTonic If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffesjrom any of pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, iirasging-dow- n feelings, pains in arm, side, hip pr limbS, and other symptoms of .womanly (rouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from pcr- .vc'TphMc Iturrpriieiifs P.nrdill Ic iUn Unit hfpril" "0- O' J ...p.ti.w.p I" tlV UV0 remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains r.o dangerous drugs. It lias no bad aflereffepts. Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui. Write til ,lVcvVittsirr Dept., CIctlinooTaMe .'lcineCa. Chtttwoojt, Tnw., -- ItJie 1 Satisfactory Sparrow Trap. Rccauic ' A cnovcIejinliA in 6 Huirj vvluae. Bcca;ii8 13 RWojitsd by tho . Gcmrti. una Prem aa the mu uptciao an-- , Cf.'i-Jfll- Kilk'K Ware idea of moving is fixing, for a tobacco. We has declined the to Loxiugton and crop of corn and are glad to have thotlty. at each end as shown. Originally the trap was titted with a Nqslt ending in a ton and tied with funnel-shaped BcC8wn bo wio knows IWni Killis and family stay with us. I Ioe, one of our clever Mt iiriug. but linn is not necessary. Th birds can be driven out of the door I'lito-smaller cugt and then disposet. wf. Ir Speatt MriutloiU, ttvl ;c IwjW, "Hume Treitmtal for Wqukii," koI tree. JM i