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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 18, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912041801_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 18, 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. 1 SUM) it T L CLAY CITY TIMES. V Year In Advance. arc here lo help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .1. E. Htirgher, I'uliliher. voi. xvir. ' Clay City Hoys, Awake. As we no to press we have re- CLAY CITY. KX. .THURSDAY i A1MUL J 8. J9I2. KO. )(i The annual summer meet ing of the Kentucky I'ress Association will be held at Olympian springe, Bath county, June Mt Sterling Gazette. 10-1- Another Whisky Decision. j Another decision nU'ectim: the liqilor business was handed down lundent, Mrs. K. S. Bohantion ill Friday by the Court of Appeals, rominl to the Hoys' Corn Club of which further construed t lie laws t;is county, in whicli she says relating to the sale of intoxicat mere are thirty boys in the vi ing liquor in territory which has inity of Stanton enrolled in the voted against the sale of liquor. 01 uli, and but one enrolled in The court says there is no law soliciting orders for whisthis imkI of the county. This key in prohibition territory, "iioulil not lie. (Jome fonVard ',mys anu hand this office your whether this is done secretly or openly. In the case at barOrene name mid Inter receive one n of line seed corn. Start in Parker was indicted in Laurel early to make a scientific agri- county for the sale of hisky. It Show Pap that while wan shown that the purchaser culturist. he has been growing: an average sent a money order to Parker at of twenty-fou- r bushels of corn per Covington for the whisky and acre, you can make four times as that the liquor was shipped from much. Boys in other portions of Cincinnati. The court says the the state and throughout the sale was made in Covington, whole South aro doing this, then where the money was paid, and why not. the boys of Powell coun- not in Laurel county. The court cuts no figure ty do the same. It must not be further says that-ithe whisky was made and lett for the Stanton boys to reap that all the honors, come forward stored in Kentucky, shipped to Olay City chaps and do some- Cincinnati and then reshipped to thing to redeem this end of the Laurel county." conuty. Get awake at once and (Jrcat Catastrophe. take hold. When all the honors One of the greatest disasters have gone to the boys of the up- in marine history occured Sunper end of the county don't sit day night, "when the "Titantie", buck and grumble when you the largest ocean steamship in have done nothing. Before an- the world went to the bottom of other week we hope to 6ee no the sea, about 500 miles from the less than thirty boys from this New Fouudland coast, as the reend of the county enrolled in the sult of a collision with an iceboys corn club, and later hope to berg. More than 1,200 lives were see them win a prize. It will lost while over 800 were saved by cost them nothing to try and may the aid of The ship mean a great deal to them this 'whs pn her maiden voyage and . in future years. had!cost$10,0ob;0bo. The age limit has been extendHer vest er Trust Pound (lullty. ed to boys from ten to twenty The International Harvester years instead of from ten to fifteen, as formerly. There is also Company which moved its trans year from this n chance to win a trip to Wash- fer stations last State to escape prosecution for ington where tho boys will be introduced to tne President and its trust acts, has been found combining to hold be shown all the sights of the.na- - guilty again for up prices of farm machinery, tiou's capitol and capital with no the same having been upheld by expense to the boys. the Court of Appeals. pal-Iot ceived ii letter from t lies SiiMri ii is Progressive does.' "Progressive is as Progressive does" is the title of .a little phantplet re6ently mailed this oJIice. The little book is desiun ed to set forth the accomplish incuts of the Taft administra tion. After interestingly read ing it we, noticed on the back of the cover the initials, UF. B. R." indicating that our F. B. Russell, a former old Clay City boy is the author. It is well gotten nn and very persuasive arguments and clippings are used to show where the Colonel is and what all this noise is about. Mr. Russell was Chairman of the Republican Campaign Committee in Louisville lust fall and made good. He is a splendid politician, and a leader in state politics who never seeks an ollice. Is -- "Progressive Heavy Losses for Bank. The losses of the Second Na- tional Bnnk of Cincinnati on poor loans and investments will aggre gate $2,108,105 and will wipe out the capital stock, surplus and undivided profits of the institution, according to the report made bv Special Examiner R. W. Good- hart to the Comptroller of the Currency. Furthermore, an as sessment will be levied on the stockholders to restore the capi tal stock. This will mean that every stockholder will be requir ed to pay into the bank an a- mount equal to the par value of his holdings. No depositor will lose a cent. Heavy Assessments. Fleming Newton, of Lee county, has rented of .1. 11. Dawson, his farm at Spout Spring and is moving there this week. Special Sale Day. On Saturday April 20th, for cash or country produee, we will sell roasted colfeo at 19J cent-- , per pound, Arm it Hammer soda at 8 cents per package, Galatea Cloth at OA cents per pard, standard brands of calico at cents and cheaper grade 4 cent flus't Sign Name. A splendid correspondence came in from Furnace but had no name signed to the letter thus, according totmr rule we were life-boat- s. i'all-nnd- compelled to omit its publicaWe never publish the tion. name of the correspondent, but positively mus know who the writer is before we cat! publish any article. If a publisher should print all that is furnished him for publication he would soon be Seed potatoes were never Irish- landed in jail, hence our pre- er on the local market, selling caution. here now for $2 00 per bushel. Home grown potatoes can be Dogwood Winter. bought for $1 50 per bushel if vou The fine. Srifiiigw'oather--me- n cali,fmd the'farilier'wholias them tinned on another page of this to sell.' Many potatoes were fropaper, has changed since the in zen during the winter which side pages were printed. Last makes the home product very night it became very much fold scarce. er. it. is aogwopa winter we What jome men really need is guess as dogwoods are now in a law to compel wifes to divide bloom. Earjy planted corn maynot the husband's salary with the yet do so well. Blackberry win head of the house. ter is yet to come. Many of the briars were killed bv the hard winter and the crop of blackher ries will be cut short this vear. 2t Cattle High. The State Board of Valuations and Assessment of Kentucky last Thursday made public its assess ment of utility corporntions, in creasing the valuations of railroads and other corporations $187,000,000 over the 15)11 assessment. It is claimed on this as sessment the State will collect $700,000 more revenue than under the old assessment. Among the increases were the L. it N. from $11,809,200 to $52,500,000, and the L. & E. from $188,800 to $1,500,000. - per yard. Hardwick it Co., Stanton. Darlingsville. Bee Snowden had a dog to k mad one day this week. Carter Reynolds sold a pair of splendid mules last week to J. W, Dawson at private figures. Itoscoe Bowman has gone to Heidelberg to take charge of a position in a mill at that place. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. Rev. J. C. Hunley, Pastor. SWEET CLOVER A great fertilizer, and u hardy, vigorous forage plant for hay and pasture. Will grow in any kind of soil, even very rocky pluces. Can be sown without plowing in winter and early spring. Circular and price. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. New Spring Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Cattle were unusually high at tho Mt. Sterling court market Mnndav, yearlinc steers selling as high ns 0 cents and heifers as lush as 5 eonts. The mule market was also verv high. The farmer who has something to sell' is prosperous this year. The trouble is the farmer has not. got enough to sell. Time to Clean Up. WALDRON & JOHNSON, 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 firSt cost in order to get room for new goods Good time to clean up and put the promises in tho best sanitary condition possible. A little paint and whito wash will go a long ways toward improving the looks of the promises and at the same time give good cheer and good health. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. corning in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. JHres your opportunity to First come, first save some for twonty-eigh- t years editor of the Winchester Democrat, has gone into the grocery business at Winchester. We hop5 to seo him make the success in tne rporcantilo busi-thhe made 'fjhis newspaper at O. E. Lvddano, If you arc not already one of our many pleased customers, come round omo day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods.They willopcnyoureyeetoan opportunity. work .money. servep!. Hailstorms in isnmo of tho up per counties yesterday are said to have been very severe. i Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you 'Uvo In Clay City or near our store we will UK, SHIMFESSEL'S. . S3 Tim kb ads bring results. Last week Ed Campbell, of this pity had a stray horse, ihut one insertion located the animal. . "deliver the goods'' sinking of the palaco steamer, tho Tituntic, together 'with the aristocratic passengers, brought to. a level hundreds of PUBLISHED VBRI THURSDAY. the scornful, haughty tinseled Four Hundred with the humble .Subscription rates $1 a year or three Any one laboring employees. years in advance 9. of them would have gladly embraced any one of the poorest in 6. Burgher, Publisher. .J an effort to be saved. The ag Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. gregate wealth of less than' a Thursday, April 18, '1912, 'score of passengers amounting to half a billion dollars, did the rich THE TIMES. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club ratei witn the following papers at pneetoeiow mentioned : The Times and "Courier-Journal - " Cincinnati Enquirer " " " " ' 1.0i 1. 10 Louisville Herald 90 7 Home and Farm 1.00 Inland Farmer American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 Warning to Young Men. The horrible incident discloser last week should be u warning to all boys and young men of Pow ell county. The thought of dead human bodies being devoured b dogs is sickening in the extremp If incidents lending to such nn occurence were natural or una voidable in the discharge of business duties it would bad indeed, but when one must sustain such an accident on account of hip drunkenness it is "imply horrible and appalling. Take a lesson young men and be temperate in all things until you come to strong drink, then take it not at all. The first drink may be a stepping stone to a drunkard's grave, but if the first drink is never taken you will never fill n a drunkard's grave. It is also never too late to do good. The man who drinks can set matters right by ceasing to drink any .more. If this is done, thereis still no further danger of filling a drunkard's grave, though the first step in that direction may have been taken. We cannot help the past, but we can influence the future for good if we only try. The admonition of the Times is: Boys, beware of the first drink. If the first drink has been taken, it is: Young men, beware of the next drink, it may be the means of you filling a Boys, you should join the Corn Club. It will learn you how to grow larger crops on tho same ground, aud ut, the same time it will be profitable and interesting. Kentucky "Underwood "'is strong There are going, to bo several enough to splinter that big stick prizes awarded this year in the State, nnd also in tho county, if into u thousand pieces. you will got up a club with membership to justify the SPOUT SPRING. Send offering of these prizes. Joe McKinney has taken the your name at once to the county lead of all other farmers in get one ting in his corn crop. He has Superintendent and become passengers no good. They were ten acres planted in fine con- of the members and have a chance to win some of the prizes. destined to rest at the bottom of dition. the ocean. Such cruel disasters $100 Reward, 100.$ Sunday will be regular ' servis probably a working of Provi The readers of this paper will be dence to teach those who have ices at the Methodist church. pleased to lean that there is at great aggregations of wealth to We hope to see a good crowd least one dreaded disease that scisplendid pastor, know that they, like their hum out to hear our ence has been able to cure in nil its guard them the Rev. L. A. Frvnian. tile servants cannot stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's selves against the Hand of Fate. Catarrh Cure is the only positive It LooKs Like a Cnme to separate a boy from a box of Ar- cure now known to the medical fraThe Colonel has proven his being a constituto come back at least in nica Salve, His pimples, boils, ternity. Catarrh tional disase, requires a constituknncks, s. rains and Pennsylvania and Illinois. Had scratches Hall's Catarrh these States not have decided bruises demand, it, and its quick re- tional treatment scalds, or cuts is his Cure If. taken internally, actine dithis question by primaries, Tuft lief for burns, mucous would go to the Convention with right Keep it handy for boys, al- rectly upon the blood and so girls. Heals everything healabie surfaces of the system, thereby de fhe vote of these States. In his own state of New York, however, and does it quick. Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents at all dealers. r lie Colonel was not so popular. Tho believes the "Underwood" is now growing to upheave the biggest anatomy in the Republican camp. It nlso believes this same growth of sound The Times stroying the foundation of the disgiving the patient ease, and strength by building up the constitution and nesting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much raith in its curative powers that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for uny caco that It. fails to cure. Send for list of tesAddress: ' timonials. Co., Toledo, O. F. J. Cheney Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. mm fcSEEDS j, Krery Garde Her I PlantrrilioulUtfittheiul Qutrintetd to Pleat. I lUdl-. ! 1 k(. klHImtq ftkr t ft, brlj irrvw.h.W CkMnt lllrriUerlMluUlliHiM w it Ttrlallu CktlM h 1 IHj tf. 'Ham.Tm CO riMniic mi rhm . . . we will eend sptciai erFCR FOR 10 CENTS r nut paid onr f lurerlor merino; Our NortliornOrownSeeiU. rrir .... 1 w . .10. tfv . 1.00 SIM tl fc tit 10. picking aixl recelv th. bcn. "I'.tnout Collection," wHti our Tt.w imt In.tmctt. GarJn (laid, 1363 Ito.e St. Jtockfonl. Illinois Seed for Sale. Most of like a soft snap and a We have some excellent seed fat job, but to the Republicans com and cow peas for sale. it may be said prefer also at this Apply at this office. itue a fat man to dish out these Eggs For Sale. fat jobs, and. these fatty goals md ornaments of the day seem Barred Plymouth Rock, 50c per setting. to largely prevail. Brown Leghorn, 75o per setting. Milk Cow for Sale. White Leghornr$l per setting. For sale, splendid milk cow Fggs gathered after order is rewith- voung( calf. Apply at this ceived. office. Mrs. Nettie Welch, Clay City, Ky. . - STOP! LOOK! Did it Ever Occur to You Commissioners Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Plaintiff, Edwin Rose &c. versus Pinkey Williams &a. Defendant. "Notice of Stile in Equity. By virtue of a Judgment nnd order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the March term, 1012 thereof in the above cause, tho under signed will on tho 6th day of May 1012 ut I o'clock; p. m., or thereabout (being Court Day,) proceed to offer for for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky. the property mentioned in the judgment to wit : Situated on the waters of Black creek in Powell County, Ky. and described as follows: on the Kast side of said creek bounded on the East by the lands of Hood and Fox on tho North by the land known as Polly Ann Pattou tract now owned by Jcptha Walters, on the West by Black creek on the South by tho Asbury Wills trncj containing about 20 acres or sufficient , so ordered to thereof to produce bo made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a re plevin bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will bo prepared to comply witli these terms. A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULNS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell C. O. Fruit Trees Given Away. Fifty apple trees, three and four years old given to each. person who buys 50 apple treed, ell to be well assorted varieties namech below. This offer is open until the 4. JK That more hard ser- vice is required of the Shoe than any other article of Clothing? t 15th day of March, 1912. Terms Cash. Those who come for trees must bring straw to protect the' bodies of trees; also rojes to tie down with. Trees can be safely transplanted during the winter season at any time when the Boys coi'e see ground is open. have for yon. . what I SUMMER APPBtife: Red fienoni, Early Harvest, Transparent, 6. Sweet, Muiden Blush, Red June. N. Spv, It. FALL APPLES: Reauty, S. Beauty, G. Golden, Wolf River. Slay man WINTER .'APPLES: Wine Sap. Common WiueSaps, Ben Davis, Guno, Stark, J. F. Winter, Johnathan, Smith Cider, Yellow Janet, Milam, Opolascent, Ilnssett, Black Twigg, Greenville. That Wearing Qualities combined with Style and Comfort, should always be considered first? For 20 years we have been supply- drunkard's grave, and bringing your family into disgrace. It is never too lato to do good, but 'always too soon to do wrong. favors trending an uninstructed delega tion to Baltimore, so that the delegates can then vote for the strongest man, rather than the man that now seems to be the strongest. The Times thinks that a good idea, for it is never known what may develop in a ing hundreds of satisfied customers. Governor McCreary Wear Right. Priced Right. Look Eight. See Them. practical campaign. In 1800, Jlryan, before the convention, was unknown to most volers, but lie was nominated and has prov-eto he one of the nation's greatest men. Kentucky has two favorite sons, either of whom would make a. strong candidate and a capable President. Governor McCreary, however, was not thinking of this, but the Demo crats of Kentucky should. The hands of the delegates should not be tied. Governor McCreary would make one of tho greatest Presidents ever lived, lie is to the occasion anil wholly lit for the plsco. We uro for him as is every Democrat ia mid tho South. Lot boom Kentuckians and never lose an opportunity to do honor to any one of her deserving sons such as 'Governor has proven himself to he. n Ken-tuck- y Ken-tuckiaiiK Mc-Grea- .HOME NURSERIES, J. B. ADAMS, Proprietor, r. f. d. N073 Richmond, Ky. ' Nursery at Wuco, Ky.1" Phono Waco 74. Mrs. J. W. Williams. HOPE . . - A The SECRET self-denial self-denial j i MILLS FL.OTJK After Christmas When the New Year Arrives t Is the general custom to leave oil' unci itrijuiro new and better ones. One ot thtOieat to um and an easy oim to retain, is the hubit of using 1'earl Hour. You will fiml it the best you ever used, and thornucrhlv Mitlsfiidoi-vfur nil ,a purposes, una Us use will mkui In-- C come n custom, secret of life from a business point of view is to spend less than you earn and deposit the difference. The average.pcupn, comfort in advanced years is secured only by living witlun one's, ( income and laying by something regularly before spending, not left after spending. It may be necessary simply depositing what to practice a little to lay by money from a moderate income, but, after all, is it wjjen (U?e result 14 a j personal benefit, independence and future comfort? ,Be ayiceMful and build your success on an IntereA Account in this, Built. n'l bad liuluts - Clay City Najtipnal ' Ejjjuik, n ' CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY; ti Mffd "byJfiNDREW CAIN, Versailles,. Ky. - 0 -it Plenty of Peaches. Lexington wfll make an elVort ' ... Al fill mere win Del me reporti .mar.- .1 to secure the Democratic State Convention which will name del no peaches in this county egates to the National Conven pleasantly proving to be untru While all the peach and many AN A Mi PAPKR. tion at Baltimore. other fruit trees in the low hm James Dorickson was stricken are killed, the upland orchards U)OAL BREVITIES. with paralysis at his home in this are now pink with peach bloom THURSDAY,.... April 18,1012. city Monday and has been in a and the prospects good for an very serious condition .since. bundan't peach crop in these or Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus chards. The writer never re Carter Reynolds mtule a busi ness trip to Winchester Friday. Lisle Fox, of Clark county, a son. members of the peach blooming Mrs. Fox will be remembered as out. so late, though we have seen Mrs. E. Hall, of Lexiimfon, Miss Jodella Sams, who former them in bloom two mouths ea is visiting relatives in the city. her. ly visited in this city. Attorney C. F. Spencer, of Rev. J. C. Han ley, of the Stan.' Almost a Miracle. Winchester, was in the city Fri ton College, will preach at the One of the most startling change: day. Presbyterian church Friday night, ever seen in any man, according to Saturday night, Sunday and Sun W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex Edwin Hose was in Mt. Sterl ing court day nnd 'bought i pair day night. Everybody invited was effected years uyoin his brot to come. er. of nice mules. "He, bad such a dreadful cough," he writes, "that all our Just as our roads begin to get M. S. Mcintosh, of Winches lie was going into a little like traveling, a rain family thought ter, was in the city the first of consumption, but lie began to use comes along and makes them the week. muddy again, but the rains at Dr. King's New Discovery, and was completely cured by ten hot Misses Mbllie and Ada Johnson tended by the nice, warm Spring were with friends in Lexington weather, is making grass grow ties. Now he is sound and we! Saturday and Sunday. and stock look up. The scarcity and weighs 218 pounds. For ma ny years our family has used this T. W. Dawson and T. E. Tip- - of feed will soon be of little im wonderful remedy for Coughs and ton, of Winchester, were here portance to the people of this Colds with excellent results." It county. Thursday. quick, safe, reliable and gun ran Puts End to Bad Habit. teed. Price 50 cents and $1 00 Richmond was visited by a bi Things never look bright to one Trial bottle free at all dealers. fire early last Friday morning, with "the blues." Ten to one the entailing a total loss of about trouble is a sluggish liver, filling .50,000. the ystem with bilious poison, that Dr. King's New Life Pills The hogshead factory connect- plan would expel. Try them. Letthelov V ed with Brodhead-Garretl'- s ing mill has tilled all their orders of better feelings end "the blues," and will close down the plant Best for stomach, liver and kid 3p STRAWBERRY PLANTS neys. 25c. at all dealer. this week. THE TIMES. HOME-MADE For The Nervous Woman. -- of Doctor Pierce. As powerful, Invigorating tonio " Favorite Prescription " Impart: tfrength to the whole tystem, and' in particular to the organt distinctly feminise. "worn-out,- " "run-downdebilitated For teachers, milliners, dressmakers, teamstretset, " shop-fnh- ," house keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women genctally. it it an excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. over-worke," Or the woraao who experience hot flashes nothing It to good to too the, titiJet and calm the nervout tystern at n pure glyceric extract of native medical floats, and made without alcohol, which has been to' I by druggists for the pnst forty yean, and most favorably known at Doctor Pierce't Favorite Prescription. In younger years tome women suffer from dizziness, or fainting spells, hyMerta, All these symptoms of irregularity headache, bearing down feelingt and pain. and female ditturbanee are relieved by the use of thit famous " Prescription " McDonald. "My disease was raM retroversion," writes Mrs. LvniA McDonald, of JlocoeU, Mich., Kouto 1. "I had nervous chills and numbnpelU and they onld leave me very weak. Yfcen I had Inflammation snd tha doctor said I had a floating kidney. I doctored seven months Trth oor family physician. He said I would havq to hare an operation. Then I stopped takln? his medicine. After taking three bottles of Dr. Pierce' medicines I havo not hid any nervous chills or weak spells. 1 crj better than tne VMM. "My daughter Is now taklncr the Prescription and Dr. rieite'a Golden Medical Discovery, also the Pellets ' for nervousness a"d weak, tired feeling. These rermdlcH have helped her ever so much In a lihort time. We have crcat faith in your medicines for female trootVa." Dr. Pkrxxf Pteataat Ptllet Induce mild natural bowel irevemeat. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, g Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write Fruit and Shade Trees u. K. JJaniel lias bought, an Orape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. ORCHARD, Everything For LAWN and GARDEN, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, other car load of hogs and will ship them today. Fat hogs are high, so is corn that it takes to make them fat, and so it is about the sa me thing. Judge W W. Park, former County Judge of Estill county, lied at hishome in Madisoncoun- fy last week, aged 71 years He was an o flier in the Union armv during the Civil War. years Nicolasville has three li- censed saloons, the courts sustaining the wets in their recent fight for the saloons. The cense is fixed ONE 0MP down the throat ot a "eapey" thicken destroys the worms ' .had savoa A the chlck'-llfe- . " fsndropMn the drinking; watei FREE CATALOG. NO AGENTS H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons Lexington, Ky. Winchester, - Ky. CURES and. PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera uud other chicle disease. Alter a dry period or six One 50c Bottle of CAPITAL STOCK. 8100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 'JOO.OOO K SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our new stock of Spring and Summer Goods and get our prices. You are Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medlclae. Rverv nonltrv raiser should V"cd a bottle ol this medicine ct hand Willi (or free sample and Booklet on Diseases ot rowis. Address, Ij. KHMON KVHVi COi'fW, P J Winchester Bank, 3 OP WlNOHSTER, KY. W. THE at $1,000 each. alo invited to call We J. a. .baton had a cow to go mad this week. It is feared that much other stock has been bit and the end of mad stock is hardly imaginable ns ninny dogs believed to be mad are at large. Bob Thacker near this city had a mule 'to die Tuesday morning supposed to be mad also. Some farmers are planting corn been rnieay l,nave ever tried and I have In the poultry business for fnrtv 1 T, M.J 11,., V 1 1 Bourbon Poultry Cure is the het N.BOU.7 WlTHERSIOON, PnEN, li. SPHAK, Cahiiikr. 3 3 and see and get prices on any thing else that you may need. try to keep every thing the people want. ey, Every one should he UflBN town, kj. I llUVO now used Rourlmn Pnnltrv Cure two years and I just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not liuli a case or capes since I began using it. Mrs. W. P. Bracey, Basker- vuie, va. SOLD BV YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUCITED interested in learning where they can get the most for their mon and where they can get merchandise that will hest suit them a C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, ICY. J.P.flAUPPIN, Watchmaker Jeweler. little lime to look around and satisfy yourself as to where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know "Money saved is money made". As stated above, we try to keep every thing the people want. We 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 "Boston 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 taking advantage of the seasona- niilikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. ble weather, Early planted corn sometimes makes the best crops BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, and theil oguiji the late planted TYPEWRITING. crops are best. .Last year corn planted in June was by far the This school has turned out hun best raised. This year, however, dreds of men and women who it may be different. As a usual are successes. It will make tiling, it is the early planted corn a success of you. tnut makes the best yield. The Danger After Grip n lies often in a system. Weakness, nervotmness. lack of ap run-dow- All Kinds 'of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of shoes for Men we have them in all the new Jewelry Call CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. Write for Catalogue. and see jne In the Red Kiver Hotel BtfMlitg, I styles In tans, 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 colore and latest in make-up- , take measures for Millinery Goods roade-to-orde- r suits, and guarantee a perfect fit. EM ICY. petite, energy and' ambition, with 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 liver und kidneys. Thou-find- s have proved that they wou- dcrfully strengthen the nerve. build up the system and restore to health and yood spirits after an attack of Grip. If suffering try them. Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all SEEDS SPECIAL OFFER: Mmt BuMna. Atrial "Ma. kMear piximu ewstomtr. .fetMVH urMw,nri3tnxcttoi our Women's, Mieecs 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 save you money. See our lineB of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Bain coats, Sewing Pfllf fifltYllM fifcltfr?!!!J. Work Pants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Papr, K CENTS rslta MeeeA Bitters wMn'rmrthtag ela Machines, Buggies, & etc, fc etc. In fact see us for any thing you need, as we can save yon money, prrmwiiin aa4 female tbar .are tba nsn M thoilMnla have imMil Ma. Watch for our special sales days ad, in other columns of this paper. ' ft it the hest BMdtsHM ever soU over a druMrttt'a cauattr. Hardwick & CoM Stanton. J Jm OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. (BV ULYDK II. TAVENNKR.) NOTES valuable "Eerie nesh" and "higft-prlce- a fee. ana ttflUtBSlfc will Tfrlfig h oTchsill that you art ashamed of into a condition that you will be proud of. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. steadily gaining ground thnt the Demoe cratic tax, which proposes to place upon wealth u part of the burden of sustaining tho government, will pass the Senate and the White House. Senator Penrose, who pretends to be the leader of the standpatters in the Senate, has made the statement that none of theDemocrat-i- c is excise-incom- Tho impressiou bills would be allowed to pass the Senate, but it is becoming more and more apparent thai Senator Penrose and those of his kind who have assumed in the past to rule tho Senate no longer have the power to "allow" certain measures to pass, or prevent , others from passing. The truth is, a great many of the Senators on both sides of the chamber, either because they are at last frightened by the wave of protest against the high tariff injustice, or because they believe in the inherent right and justice of the income tax measure, have come to look favorably on the bill. At least there has been a cessation of talk about the "unconstitutionality" of the measure, and since this argument always has beeu the sttfndpat answer to all logical proposals, the sign is considered a good one. Nobody pretends to know, of course, what the ultimate fate of the present bill will be, but from the popular approval that has been accorded the measure, it is admitted by all that such legislation must come eventually. The present tariff law raises $830,000,000 annually in government revenue. And for e ery dollar of revenue thus turn ed into the United States treasu ry, it is estimated by Democratic leaders in Congress, who have studied the matter from every angle, that the tariff barons put five dollars into their own pockets in the form of loot. In other words, the tariff gives these beneficiaries the tight to collect five dollars in tribute for every dollar ti.e government collects iu revenue. This condition is alone responsible for the horde of mushroom millionaires iu this country. On every article of daily use the people of this country pay this ut You can hardly push pigs too fast, Scrape off loose, peeling bark from providing you use the right kind of the trunks of trees before spraying food. them, because this serves as an excellent breeding place for insects. Dirty collars are probably as Responsible for sore shoulders as To get the best eggs for hatching, ones. the rations, should be of good grains balanced by milk or meat food and - You cannot fatten a brood sow and must include green food in some fatten a hog alike and make the best form. success of both. High prices should not tempt the Fjoxa eight to( ten hens to on torn wise dairyman to part with his good is good mating with turkeys, and cows and heifers. Remember they should produce 150 poults. are Just as valuable to you as to anybody else. A good cow ought to produce on an average 26 pounds of four per cent' 'In yarding sheep, don't forget a constant supply of good fresh water milk dally for 300 days in the year. Cows like pumpkins. are a necessity; also, and rock-saClose housing and bad ventilation In plenty of good fresh bedding, and alSeparate all Indisposed turkeys. the cow stable are favorable condi- ways a dry lair. Have a regular aay for greasing the tions for starting tuberculosis In a herd. After farrowing when the digestive wagon. system of the sow has reached a norBesides dry nesting quarters, the mal condition her ration should be The cow Is a vital part of the dairy lot in gradually Increased until she Is getpigs should have a machine. which they may get plenty of exer- ting all she can eat. The olive trees date back to very cise. early times. OVER SB YEARS' of a sow EXPERIENCE As long as the Few horses can digest perfectly Is profitable she should be bred. It is not advisable to sell off a good clear timothy hay. brood animal. There is no animal more unprofitable than a poor sheep. Groom the horses well after hard work. The skin is thus not only Trade Marks Houea that have a light hay diet cleaned, but safeguarded against paraDkbions Copyrights Ac are seldom affected with heaves. site diseases. MEAD0WBR00K FARM 'Wmffitt turn that ov, wet, useless, swam- By tho use of drain tile you can ng py field into the most production spot on your farm. Good till . properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil und makes it easy to work. It improves niy soil. The tn'crcacc in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile, The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the worn successfully. Write for particulars or ci11 at out plant. lt Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KKNTUCKY. good-size- d r I I Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we tirrjc you in buying to be careful to get the gseuioe Cor LUacT-ddra1igH- T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, relia--' ble medicine, for constipation, to digestion and liver trouble, is final ly estaousnea. it aoes not mutate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sate mux all outers comDinea. SOLD IN TOWN W It does not make very much, if any, Brush the mud off the cow's udder (Terence when a cowls fed grain. and flank, then wipe off with damp cloth. You can't strain mud out of Good horse blankets a.re savers of milk. tliina Urcoiindcntlal. HANDBOOK on rawni aont free. tflMMt ..nr. fn. Mmrliif nnt mi t. Patent takan through Mann A Co. reelra iptcialiuUc, WILFIUU. VUMIO, ,U tuv Keep It out century. bills, conceived Democratic comso good in fact, that eighty Republicans were forced to vote for them. "Forced to vote for them" is the correct expression, because the Republicans refused steadfastly when in power to pass such legislation, or even to consider it, but when the Democrats forced them to vote one way or the other, they were afraid to vote against either bill lest their constituents retire ihem to privato life. last quarter of These sister and framed by mittees, were a The cow your neighbor does not want to sell Is the one you want to buy. Get around this dilemma by raising that kind yourself. Three years ofsnrayIng, pruning A handaomaly llltfrtrated WMklr. JJirawt Mr. rniUUan of aclantiao Journal. Terma. S3 a Tar four months, tL Sold by all nawadaalan. Scientific flitKrrcait m SUpWRY East-Bouu- Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. OF L. & E. TIflE Effective May 28, 1911. Stations. TSLE. No. 1, West-Uoun- No. 2, No. 4, Daily. A. M. Commissioner's Sale. Curry Brown versus Mollie Bowles Defendant. Notice of Salo in Epiiity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren dcrcd at'the March term, 1912, there of in tho above cause, the under signed will on the 6th day of May 1012, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout' (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, Beginning at a pine in Clay City and beech forkroad, thence South 404 W. 10.40 poles to a pine, thence S. 9 W. 30.64 poles to a stake from which bears a gum stump, thence S. 30.24 W. 12 links, thence N. 57.13 V. Gt 8 poles to a stake in the edge of tho field N. 76 W. 16.2 poles to a stake from which bears a largo white oak N. '.'1 W. 16 1 nks, thence N.'73.5 E. 16.9 poles to a stake in tho line of fence from which bears a black JsckN. 61.86 E. 6 links, thence N. 13.2 E. 16.88 poles to a stake from which a pine stands 10 iu. to the left, thence N. 67 6 E. 36 poles Ui a Utke on u high ridgo from which bears a 10 in. chestnut oak B. 10.6. W. 80 links, thence 8. 46 E. 3 poles to the beginning containing 20.34 acres and being the same land conveyed to iirst party by Jessie Muncy by deed bearing date Out. 10, 1004 recorded in deed book No. 14 puge 104 Powell county Clerk's oflice or sufficient thereof to produce $102 45, bo ordered to bo made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase monoy, to have the force and effect ttf a ltepleviu iJond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these term!). A lien will Im retained on the property sold till all the puirhase money1! paid. Bond payable to CoiuniiiMmur. UOMWLUS JAQKSQN, Mutter CuuunUeiom'r I Well l. 0. to-w- Powell Circuit Court. Plaintiff, Snider A new kindof cane that Daily. DOUBLES THK YIELD of Molasses and improves the Qual- P. M. ity 100 per cent. h Molasses clearer 1 :35 than any other kind and much bet- 2:17 ter tasted. Once planted no other 2:35 kind of cane wHl ever be grown .on 2:49 Price $1 00 3:05 your place for tyru per gallon for 'eeed. If not more 3:15 than pleased wilt refund your mon3:21 j. WV'MlZE, ey, 3:28 Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 3:47 Seed can be seen and sample of 3:52 molasses examined at the Times 4:04 4:25 office. 6:19 5:25 Daily A. M. No. 3, Daily. 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 9:00 9:"5 9:12 9:27 9:32 9:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 proa pur obtained In ill oouatriMM HO fit. tWAac-iuUMeaTnundC0PTttehu ncli-Um- L Brad SketchTliodcl or Photo. Tor pfontpract- fact MPOHTon tVO HUH MrMMHff in Mamp Inraltuble book 8nt i rmu OBTAIN madforSILL PATENTS TO Fhieh OHM will nv. 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