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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 25, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912042501_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 25, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY 11.00 a Year in Advance. I JTY .'4- TIMES. !. E. Burgher, Publisher. We are here to help Clay City, ike Sarronnding Country and Ourselves. to. VOL. XVII. A OLAT CITY, KY., THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 19)2. Ignored Without an Excuse. NO. Candidates for Delegates. Perpetual Calendar Conference. The Kentucky farm train, run An international conference interna-tiona- l at the. expense of the State has upon the subject of an perpetual calendar will completed its journey. The opmeet at Geneva, Switzerland, eration of this train cost the peo-pi- e of Kentucky thousands of next Rummer. Of the many Miggestions that will be discussed dollar, and it visited every coun one will be that of LeroyS. Boyd. ty in the State traversed ny railIlia perpetual calendar has thir- road except the counties on the days L. & A. and L. & E. No excuse teen months of twenty-eigh- t ach, which makes a total of 864 has yet been given why these days. The extra or 865th day of counties which so badly need agthe year is not. counted in any ricultural training, should be igmonth, but precedes the first day nored altogether without a cause. of January as New Year's Day. Commissione of Agriculture NewLn leap years the 860th day is man is probably more to blame other not counted in any month, but for this than any hiin. one man. We'll remember follows the last day of December as leap year day. The addition Meddlesome persons who are al month is named Solaris, and continually prying into other comes between June and July. people's affairs and carrying tales The year 1016 is taken as an il- between friends and acquaintlustration as, according to the ances create a' great deal of mispresent calendar, that year will chief and are best contented begin on Saturday, which would, when they can spread scandal. become New Year Day, 1010, un- It seems more natural for them der the perpetual calendar. The to speak ill of a person than to followiag day, Sunday, would utter words of praise, and their become iforaary 1st, 1016. In habit of gossiping becomes so fixthe. "perpetual calendar each ed that they can talk scandals month has the same number of almost unconsciously. It is just days; every month and every as easy to say a good word for week begins on Sunday and ends friends and acquaintances, even on Saturday. The same date in if not wholly deserved, as it is to each month falls on the same day speak ill of them, and the effect of the week. A printed calendar on the community is always benfor each mouth will be unneces- eficial in a cener.il wav. Scan sary, as the days of each month dal gathers as it travels hy word ne caienaar is rnonin;' good for all time to come, and, like Bill Nye's Railway Guide, "will be just aB good two years ago as it was next spring". It will facilitate business calcula tions. A month will mean 28 and not 80 or 81 days. Wages by the week, fortnight and month are readily adjustable without even referring to the calender, which is easily committed to memory. Harder' Living. Meat has taken a rise of 20 per cent, and flour has advanced thirty cents on." the hundred in the past few days, meal is also soaring. The high cost of living seems to lipid its own better than any thing we know of. The de- mand for labor (s slack in public works about Clay City, and the farmers who employ labor seem to have all the men engaged that they can pay. ' The scarcity of feed with many farmers has worked hardships on them as they must now'iniy feed to make their crop this year. True last year in this county we raised a bumper corn crop, but these conditions only prevailed on the bottom lauds while the .uplands were a failure, and farmers of these hill farms are now in strained conditions and must shift to make euds meet until their, crops are made. The Moat Dangerous Travel. Better Telephone Connection. Clay City can now get connection by telephone over the long distance lines of the Bell telephone system, arrangements of this kind having been made with the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company to make with the Old Kentucky Telephone Company at Mt. Sterling. This connection is given as a result of the law passed by the last session of the Legislature which compels all teleto connect. phone companies The lack of this law has cost the people of this state thousands of dollars. The Legislature in passing this law has done more real good for the people of Kentucky than the past dozen such assemblies, and it never cost the State a cent either. con-nectin- Former Congressman "V. I Kimball and Judge J. M, Wil son, both of Lexington, Inivp need themselves candidate for delegates from this ili'',ri: to the National Democratic Convention at Baltimore. Tli- for mer is a Clark man, win, an-no- . n - tin-latte- r is for .Mr. Wilson, thmigii each of them say they will rep recent the will of the peoplj a expressed by the convenrioi. Charles M. Morris, of Oldham county, is the only other an nouced candidate. Mr. Morn i is for Clark. Mistaking his younger brother for a burglar, Iaae George South-wortblew the top of his head ofl with a shotgun at their hom,e in Scott county early Sunday morning. The brother was returning late from a fox hunt and was gaining entrance to their room when he was shot. h Ice Storage. Statistics prove that the passenger on the fastest train is far safer than are those passengers who have ababit of walking track. More people every year are killed by trains while walking the track as trespassers than are killed on the trains. This evidence comiag to light is cuus. ing some talk' 6tjjpiiog,,laws nm tumWtnmP wieeTffl'cireiilntioiK on tne railroads rignt oi way. Try 'speaking well of everyone It might be a good law but pe of ice. and see what a change it will destrians will, unwillingly give make in your happiness and in up their walks over the roads, It doesn't cost much to throw a the wellfure of othees. Stewart-demon- s. Every summer there has, heretofore, been an ice famine in central and eastern Kentucky. Oue of the big ice plants of Lexington is preparing to evade this by storing enough now to fill all orders of the company for at least one month. This company has juat completed a storage house made from cork, cement and hollow tile and is being filled. When filled the house will contain 16;O0O- - thre hundred pound cakes or 4,800,000 pounds The Cautrill tobacco bill, special legislation for Kentucky growers, passed the Senate Tuesday without a dissenting vote Under its provisions unmanufactured leaf tobacco statistics are to be published. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of each month. s. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. Mr. Charlie Stewart, of this city and Miss demons, of the county were married at the residence of the officiating min- ister, Elder Albert Easter, urday, April 20th. Dr. G. B. Dickson dentist, of Swat the fly while his numbers Ashland, will be here several days next week beginning Monday. are few. ' Sat- New Spring Millinery Ju received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. ' especially during the wiuter time rock out of the road, or to 'pick up a flying scrap of paper. Yet A great fertilizer, and a hardy, when our roads are all mud. the deed may save a horse from vigorous foruge plant for hay und War on the Fly. being seriously lamed, or a wo- pasture. Will grow in any kind ot Begin right now to fight that man or child from being killed in soil, even very rocky pluues. Can be sown without plowing in wintei pesky pest, the housefly. Olean a runaway. Southern und eurly spring. Circular and awuy all garbage and lime the SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. places where it haB been. See that the screens are in proper condition, and better get them up, too, if it is early. The tiniest pinch of prevention is worth a a ton o'f cure when it comes to & flies, says a well known writer. Working on this principle the city of Cleveland for the next ten days will pay the school children of that city a ponny for every ten flies they will catch and deliver to the proper authorities. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and prieet-BOKHAR- SWEETjCLOVER WALDRON JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down o firft coft in order to get room for new goods - coming in. In this sale will also be included a Ibt of HATS apd CAPS. i Say AH War Drunk. One sailor of the Titanic on duty says the high officers and passengers had attended a big ball nnd drank heavily 'of wiue and clmmpague mid were mostly He says that the all drunk. ilooknut was also asleep. This euilor was sober which waB quite alifl'nrfinQ tt till, lllfllnrifi' iif ftm sailors who he said had been treated by the higherStfflcers uf- iter the latter had ilruuk to the jfull and still had some of the iheverugo. The whole maneuvers nf rliom in i' ii riff l'ftftfi.to iik likn it drinking crowd. 1 are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are S Saving Money. You can do the same thing. 'X' If you are nut already one of our mauy pleusod customer, come round "oino day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyoureyestoau opportunity. Here's your opportunity , More Mad Cattle. to first save some ; J. 1). Eaton has had a steer this week. 'to go mad jjinakes lhis money. First come, served. SHIMEESSELS. II u three in ull, and to :wliut extent of il 'imago future 'evelnpmeut will briug is to be 'guessed at. This losspruvos one '.thing, it will pay Uo take no chances with a niudidog. They should be killed when they show the least signs of rabies or in any way act the least queerly. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live In Clay City or near our store wo will "deliver '' exaggerate their importance and deceive the credulous. So far as shown Governor Woodrow Wil VEKY TlIL'KSPAY. rUULIailRl' son has a large following in this State. Oscar Underwood, a naSubscription rates 81 a jenr or three tive sou of distinguished Kenyears in iidvunce 82. tucky parentage, has many adB. Kprgher, Publisher. mirers. Ollie James himself, is regarded as a presidential t imber. Entered n? second-elns- s mnll mnttcr. How ridiculous it is then, for a April 25, 1912. lot of small fry politicians to Thursday, v pledge the State to Champ Glurk or anybody else. Kentucky will CLUB KATES. For tlie convenience of our sub- be a potent factor at Baltimore. I- THE TIMES. homo, flock to Washington to in the manufacture of matches, President Tn.ft lias just signed the bill which will prevent the manufacturers.' from using the white phosphorus which often caused the death of its employes - ing how the Kentucky delegation at Baltimore should vote for President. With the aid of sev eral Congressmen, some of whom may not be renominated, they called a State Cenventiou for some time in June, and instructed the delegation to give its unanimous vote for Champ Clark for President. Then the whole absurd program was telegraphed to the Courier-Journa- l and spread on the first page, so that Kentucky Democrats can be prepared to get into line and obey orders, with Henry Watterson cracking the whip. Singular to relate every man present at the Washington conference was opposed to the nomination of Gov. McCreary,and fought him bitterly. None of them had anything to do with the organization, which headed by Beckham, Mayo, Camden, Vansunt, Haly and a united country press, carried the State by over 80,000 majority. Whem the bullets were flying trickest these lobbyists aud allies of the special interests, who are now trying to seize the party or gauizatiou, were "limping in the rear" with Watterson, or hiding under a euttler's wagon. The truth is that the old Crowd, which was thoroughly whippid out by Gov. McCreuryland his friends in the primary, are trying to make an alliance with the whiskey interests in the hope of controlling the next Legislature and repealing the county unit law. They do not care anything about Champ Clark. They are just a6 willing to fight under one flag as another. The combination of who have been fawned upon by Clark as Speaker, appeuls to thorn as tho best chanco to again domiuato the State organization. The Democrats of Kentucky will uot be dictated to by a cabal of selfish politicians, who s having lost their influence at n, tion, headed by Gov. McCreary has redeemed the State and honored Democracy. They should not be cast aside to suit the In the Elizabethtown News of whims or selfish interests of men Tuesday appeared the following who have done much in the past editorial concerning the boom for to destroy the party." Chump Olark, hatched at a politThe awful calamity that occurical conference in Washington : red last week in the loss of the Tien"There was a tanic which colided with n huge in Washington last week, iceberg, has overshadowed every acted J funny enough to be put on the other subject in Washington, declare the largest dividend. stage and a fee charged to see it. and in fact all civilized coun Judging by the way they are Henry Frewitt, Chairman of the tries. Congress has already start Democratic State Central Com- eu an investigation as it appears calling out the militia and police) mittee who h is fought the county that the entire crew and all pas at state conventions in Illinois, uuit bill for many years; Charles seugers could have been saved, thev need the army and navy at M. Lewis, representative of the had there been an adequate sup Chicago. whiskey interests before the O- - ply of life boats which would Seed for Sale. hio, Tenn. and other Leislatures; have kept afloat until rescued. We have some excellent seed Sam J. Shackelford, Legislative This disaster has had the effect corn and cow peas for sale. agent of the American Tobaccg of turning the attention of the Apply at this ofltce. Co. and the Standard Oil Co. at public to such Southern ports as Frankfort, and Mayor Head, of Norfolk, Va., Savannah, Ga , Commissioners Sale. Louisville, former candidate for New Orleans, La., and other plaPowell Circuit Court. Governor, met in the nation's ces, whers icebergs melt before capital for the purpose of decid- they strike the path of the ocean Plaintiff, Edwin Rose Ac. farce-eomedy scribers, we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned: The Times and $1.0t Courier- - Journal " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 41 00 Louisville Herald lb Home and Farm l 1.00 Inland Farmer 00 American Farmer " Southern Agriculturist 75 With a big four composed of James, Beckham and Mayo y, and district delegates of ability and character, its advice will be sought and its leadership followed. The State administra stroying the foundation of the disthe patient giving ease, and strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curmive spread out." powers that they oiler one Hun The activity of voters through There seems to bo no kick in dred Dollais for hiiv ease that it out the country has also compet Clay City about the income tax, fails to cure. Send for lift ttf tesed congress to formulate a bill the only trouble with our citi- timonials. Address-- : which will insure the establish zens seems to be the heavy outF. J. Cheney & Co . Toledo, O. ment of a Parcel Post. The ex- go tax. Sold by Uriiggists. press companies are bitterly Take Hall's Family I'ills for A true friend is a person w 10 fighting thiB bill but congressconstipation. men are hearing from their con- listens to your troubles. stituents in such unmistakable hu $ioo Reward, ioo.$ terms that- they realize that if will be they do not pass the bill many of The readers of'this paper pleased taJeam that there is at Frh, Pillablt. ."tire them will remain at home. QMrtnUed to PUaso least one dreaded disease that scitfrerr Gardpnf r and runtrribnnldti-attliWe note with our 'usual sur- ence hail been uhle to cure in all Hb nnriur merit of Oui Northern ruirn win. prise that the Hon. Joseph G. stages, and that is Catarrh. Hnll's SPECIAL 6FFCR TOR 10 CENTS ' Cannon has been' renominated by Catarrh Cure is the only positive we will loud pnatPRlil nur i rrriniu OMmie the usual majority in the eigh- cure now known to thi medical frato. ! fKfljMMtlU4U Congressional district. It ternity. Catarrh being a constituteenth 1 Bt.Mrl.f Okrr .. . . II .... 1 V.tl.rtM H.rb.t I ..I,... will also surprise us as usual if tional disease, requires a constituI TarlaUal Ckalaa .r t4i tl. tional treatment. Hall's Cctarrh as usual A.. he should be WflU fcxltV t fianil mn. tuitn ... uul... ...1 dipacking and raeaiv tha thuya "I'anviia Colfrctkm." v. Cure is taken internally, actine gatfcar with ftur Raw anl a '.arl.n lluid It iR going to cost the public rectly upon the blood and mucous '383 ISoan St. RnrUfonl. Illinois more to maintain all those surfacesof the system, thereby de of the Standard Oil Co., for their comnetition seems to consist mainly in each trying to The great Mississippi River, which is causing . such dnnnuxe this spring, is certainly true to a name applied to it by the Indians, "an almost endless river - SEEDS - CI .... rri Ife-- 1ft tittm-liv- STOP! LOOK Did it Ever Occur to You That more hard service is required of the Shoe than any -- versus Pinkey Williams,4c. .J- -, ..Defendant. A bill has lfeeu introduced by Notice of Sale In'pqBltJr. Senator Works, of California, for By virtue of a Judgment and order extending the presidential term of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at tle March term, 1012 from 4 tn ft j v . . TUla jo n Uil I thereof in the above cause, the under...... ,w . vnnrc 1111a ;s u Uili that most everyone in this coun- signed will on the 6th day of May try except politicians would like 1912 at 1 o'clock, p. in., or thereabout to see passed and if the voters (being Court Day,) proceed to offer for highAuction throughout the country will con-tinu- e for sale at "Publiccredit of to the six months est bidder, on a to bombard with letters, it the Court House door, Stanton, Ky. ve will soon 'be electing presi me property mentionea in tue juug-meto wit : dents only every 0 years and them by law from serv-in- g Situated on the waters of Black more than one term. Dur creek in Powell County, Ky. and de scribed as follows : on the East side of ing a presidential year every said creek bounded on the East by the busiues mau must expect busi- lands of Hood and Fox ,011 the North ness to be slow and it is foolish by the land known us, Polly Ann Patton for this country to indulge in so tract now owned by, Jeptha Walters, much politics when it gains noth- on the West by Hlack creek on the conSouth by the Asbnry Wills ing by it, but 8ufTers a positive taining about 20 acres or tract sufficient loss. thereof to produce , so ordered to be made. Congress has complained of Tho purchaser will be required to the most active bombardment of give bond, with approved security, for letters from constituent's of any the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and a re previous congress in the history plevin bond, bearingeffect ofinterest legal of this country. They say that from the day of Sale, according to law. the people are watchintr leriala- - Bidders will be prepared to comply tion in Cougress closer than ever with these terms. A lien will be re before. One effect of this letter tallied on the land sold till ull the purchase money is paid. writing to Congressmen is the Bond payable to Commissioner. passage of the bill prohibiting HOMULNS JACKSON. Master Commissioner Powell C. C. th.e use of poisonous phosphorus steamers. . ' other Clothing? article ''.bfK: That Wearing Qualities combined with Style and Comfort,. should always be considered first? nt pro-hibiti- For 20 years we have been supply- - ing hundreds of satisfied customers. Wear Right. Look Right. See Priced Right. Them. Mrs. J. W. Williams. MILLS After Christmas WImh the New Year Arrives Solicitude Carefulness with due regard or Consideration JL.OTJK You may be solicitous regarding the amount of raoriey you eran and yet not guard it carefully or with due consideration. i Your earnings coft time, strength and thought. Make them earn what thy should for you. Deposit theus here. Clay City National Bank, it is the general custom to leave oil' new and better ones. One of the beat to get and an easy one to retain, in the hubit of using Pearl Hour. You wijl find it the best you ever used, and thoroughly satisfactory for all purposes, and its use will soon become a custom. a'l bad habits and acquire 'CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY, j JWd.by J. ANDREW CM; Versailles, Ky. The ideal weather for farm MAI SOI1L. April is the month for taking Dr. R. V. Pierce of HufTalo, author of the Common Senso work this week has been line. the census of the school children, Medical Adviser, says " why docs not t!.e farmer treat his own but so far the census taker Jias Cool weather is excellent for body at he treats the land he cultivates. He puts back in phoswould out in crops, work but it is a poor time to phate what he takes put back into or the land the vitalgrow poor. not been aroused in Clay City. elements his body The farmer should make com come up ami grow. induced by some chronic exhausted by labor, or by AN ALL PAPER. The late Board of Health- has K..rlK.r l. cava. " till, rfrnnt value nf mV Doctor j:. ,..,. It gives strength Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery h in its vititising power. issued a bulletin on the hookAlmost a Miracle. It is like the phosphates which supply to the stomach and purity to the blood. LOCAL BREVTTIKS. action of worm disease, said to exist in Onoof the most Btartling changes nature with the substances that buildup the crops. The Discovery twenty-fivcounties in Kentucky. ever seen in any man, according to Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical THURSDAY, .... April tf, 1912. is due to its effect on the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition. Dis- THE TIMES. IIOMK-MADE AND THE - e The city schools close Friday. Several from here attended Winchester court Monday. 0. Shimfessol and T. .1. Kirk .were in Lcaingtoii yesterday. These cold spells have got to stop kicking our Spring urouu'. Mrs. W. T. Adam's is visiting her sisferMrs. Havenic, in South Carolina. April 20 U observed as Confederate Memorial Day in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi. Charles Frazier, now serving a term in the penitentiary for being killed in the winter from manslaughter will make an ef- the hard freezes. fort to get a parole May 25th. Huts End to Bad Habit. D. H. W. B. Ilolsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., whs effected years ago in his brothBarred Plymouth Rock, oOc per er. "He had such a dreadful setting. cough," he writes, "that all our Brown Leghorn, 75o per setting. family thought he was going into White Leghorn, $1 per setting. consumption, but he began to use Eggs gathered after order is reDr. King's New Dicovery, and ceived. was completely cured by ten hot-tle- s Mrs. Nettie M'elch, Now he. fs sound and well Clay City, Ky. and weighs 218 pounds For maThe bloom on apple, plum, ny years our family lias used this cherry, and pear trees was never wonderful remedy for Coughs and heavier, and these fuits so far Colds with excellent results." ItV are safe from the freezes and quick, safe, reliable and guaran will make a bumpercrop if noth- teed. Price 50 cents and $1 00. ing later happens to them. The Trial bottle free at all dealers. blackberry crop is short on account of so many of the briars EgRS For Sale. A bilious spel eases that begin in the stomach ore cured through the stomach. d is simply the result of on effort made by the liver to catch up when to be unsurpassed as a liver regI have found the Discovery and exhausted. ulator and rich Miss Lorrir. K.niski.y of rorth, Kansa?, ravs: "I will hern nild riy twtlmr'iy nf the cirectlveniM of your remedy upon myself. I was troiilileij with mlwrst.uii numerfor two years or more. Doctored with three different doctors lio!de. Wklntj was run ' stomach rures' hut received no permanent relief. 1 ous kiuiN of down, roiild not sleep at nlfilit with the, pul-- i In my flies t. caused by i;:is on Um Moi nearly all the Vas weak, could eat scar.'ely anvihliiR iiltlioinrh I was liuiu-rtime. About ono year and a half n:o I l'iran taklmx y.mr ' l.olileu Medlciu havliuj taken cevernl lxittle am nearly oure l nf stomaeli trei.il". cry,' and after Can now eat without dMres and have rained tifteeti piiuii:!- In wel jlit. lu 5 oi:r (,'uod work. 1 thank you lor yourVemedy and wifh yen nil sit"' over-workeblood-makerl y -- ' 0 When in Need of ft ml Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, H CM. Things never look bright to one Matherly has been Elder called to preach at the Christian with "the blues." Ten to one the church in this city and will hold trouble is a sluegish liver, filling services on the fourth Sunday in the system with bilious poison, each month. that Dr. King's New Life Pills would expel. Try them. Let the joy The Kelley Coal Company, an of better feelings end "the blues," Eastern corporation, will build at Best for stomach, liver and once a coking plant near Viper, 2c. at all dealers. on" kid-ney- JL2KUF flown the thr at of a "capcy cMclten destnys the worms end saves tl. cMc''s lite. A o drialilnjr wntei fj'Tilrcpsla Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write CUPES and PREVENTS GAPES whlti dlr.rrli WWslS IWW a-- a, roup, choler .t e. l oKivc-i- i diseases. ' the Lexington Perry county, & Eastern extension. Tornadoes One 30c BoMle of in Illinois, Texas, Indiana and Georgia Sunday killed 107 people, and injured hundreds of others. Property damage is reported very heavy. Born Fruit and Ctiata T r&SI ilclGC I STRAWBERRY PLANTS Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gilfoua of Medicine. KvfrY this medlclno o ; r:i!; tf Mtnd slio-t- ! i i; n bottle ol r freu sample l.f ti'ton, Ky. Grubbs & Benton, Cof. Main and Broadway, ( BOURBON BrMCn To Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. Jackson, ff Harrodsburg, SaturI Iinve now used, Boiirboii Poultry day morning, April 1U, a boy. EyarytblngfW two years nut Jfcr.Jack8onii8'ahd,ld PowelUbqy ORCHARD,'. UAWN; and QaRDEN. Cure any chickensand just couldhave raise without it. T n riot huh n caso of gnpes since I began who is making good with the NO AGENTS. using it. Mrs. W. P. Bracey, Busker-villFREE CATALOQ. Leader; n, 1 liourbun Poultry Curt,' is the best remedy I have ever tried mill I Iinve been in the poultry business for forty years. Mrs. Geo. E. lttipier, Burds-towKy. Winchester, - Ky. Harrodsburg o. Vu. Representative B. J. Matthews H. F. of this county; is one of the sixteen delegates appointed by Governor McUreury To attend the Nntronal Good Roads Association which convenes in New Orleans on May 17 to 11). It Looks Like a Crime to separate a boy from a box of Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils, ruins oand scratches, knocks, bruises demand it, and its quirk relief for burns, scaltK or cuts is his right Keep it handy for hoy, girls. Heals everything healahie and does it quick. Uneqiulled for piles. Only 25 cents at all dealers. al-s- Iiillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. SOLD BY C. SHIA1FESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, ' SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We. 1 FFPTfl I7RP o GLOBE and HOMESTEAD invite you to cull and see our new stnek (.iimita ) Spring and WIRE FENCE We carry the Largest Stock in Central Kentucky Summer and get our prices. el-- Vou e and see and yut prices on any thim; aie ulo invited to enll that you may need. We try to keep evuty thing the people want Kvery one should lie interested in learning where they can (jet the most for their money, o We've got the Goods and the Price. and where they can et nieichandisu that will hest suit them It takes a little time to look around ami satisfy yourself as to where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know Bedford & Tuttie, latiaUHIiaiaiMDBBBBUBSIkilKklUu. w,fSCHESKTtENRv UCKY. "Money saved is money made". every As stated above, we try tokeep , Aloves to Powell. . Undo Ni'.'k Thomas, one of the good citizens of the Hull'ulo counHillikan Business School, try, has moved down to near LEXINUTON, KY. tj oAiifAt mtooic, 8100,000 j r Dan Brandenburg Clay City. H BUHPLUKAMIUN- BOOKKUEPINU, SHORTHAND, hauled in his things to the train h UIVIDKU PKOl'ITS. liOO.tH)0 3 TYPEWRITING. here Tuesday. Sony to, see him' lenviii'.', but he thinks lit! will do TUB better down there. We under- This school lias turned out lmii- Wincji KSTI3U Bank. he sold out his store at druds of men and women who stand ure stifuppsos. It will make ov WiNciiHTtsil, Ky, Sulphur Spring to Malcolm u success of you. Benttyvillo EnterVni.H, X. lIor.i.Y WiTiiHiiHi-uoN- , prise. , Bran-donbur. thin; the peoplo want. We can not though, here eal! at- tention to every thing, but will mention the following lines whieli we want uni to know that we carry. we "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favoiite" Shoes for Women have them in the new tilings in white, tans, dull finish, kid shoes for Men we and shiny leathers in shoes (boots) and low cuts "Walk-Over- '' have them in all tho new styles in tans gun metals uud p'utent leathers, in shoes and low make-up- cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing , The Hunger After (lrlp lies often in a sysjem. Weakness, nervoiMiess, jack, of appetite, energy and ambition, with run-down Write for Catalogue. W. It. Sl'llAK, CASUIUII. colors Ulld latest in have them in the popular prjees to suit all. We also and at we :i take measures for YOUli ACCOUNTS SOUOITKU made-to-ord- suits, and guarantee a .perfect fit. disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this '.wretched disease. The greatest need then is Electric Miners, tin glorious tonic, blood, purifier and regulator of stomach, liver and kidneys. Thousand have prtned that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system and testore to health and uood spirits after an attack of Unp. If suO'ering try them. Only fi) cents. Hold and perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all dual- .CIS.,. SPtTCtAt. OFFER:1 utUuyuu our f,tmzint ca Wraor. mm - Children's Huts are tiimined by que of the leading firms of the country. We think money. can suit you in this line, and know can buvo Millinery Goods our Women's, Misses und See oar lines of Ladies' and Gents' Kurnishings, Work Pants, Trunks, Wain coat, Suit eto , caae&, Mattings, Wall In fuel Pap-- r, Sewing Mnual1lFtiaii9HiiM-Jvril- OflAUAWrCKB ' Write ta-ic- y; 1'ttAtjli Mention tr.fa Fspcr. TO Succeed when evcrythlog else fells. In nervous prostration .trnd fcmalo weaknesses the ere the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Bitters Machines, Buggies, k & etc. see us for any tiling you need, as we can save yon money. Watch for our fpecial sales days nd. in other columns paper. of this it is tho best medlcins ever void over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER ANQ STOMACH TROUBLE R nardjvick oc Co., Stanton. v Many know the principles ofj SPOUTV: SPRING. Inmost v but. few nractise them The Democratic House of RepOUR WASHIMlTON LETTER. resentatives started out in this Mis. Juko Tipton, of Irvine, all the way through. (llV I'l.YOK II. TAVKNXKU.) session of Congress to cut down spent lust week with her daughMake Your Wet Land Productive. OVER 68 YEARS' Tin1 railroad? have inaiimirnt-e.itnpaii-i- i the expenses of government. ter, Mrs. Moses McKinney. Hv the use of drain lile you can EXPERIENCE td increase freight Mnnv slashes were made intoi T. S. McKinney spent from turn that low, wet, useless, swampy rates over u territory coinprisini: government extravagance, hut .Sunday till Monday with his son, field into thetmiwt productive . . half of the United States, which in no ease was a out matlewnn-i spot on your farm, itoixi tn'!lt - ..vinulon c .Mill "i ii,m..., , properly pliu tti, not oiu.v ti". will still further increase the nut the most, careful stildv. 1 lie surplus" water, if admits air to the money for Uncle of living to everyone. rust effort to save Darilngsville. to work. ninr m soil and makes it eiis Designs Two yen re n.mi the Interstate Sam was a thoroughly nonesi lie inereiue It improves any soil. from .1. 1). Hall, has moved t'ommerce (Jntiiinission refused one. in the value of tin- land is uiany Anrons neniUng- n klrh and dMcrlplton rnjj Tne first lprohnlrPllellll''!i.f0''l'""l,', the roads to increase The economy program of the Levee to June Walters' farm. time- - the cost ( the tilto allow HANDBOOK on IVUtnti In ."trlctlrcoiillilcnlfnl. land p Branett Uit re. oWst agmcr tot wringCo. recolM year's crop fn:a tiled lo the work rates. Now these same Democrats, however, is being their A Mr. and Mrs. Ike l'ntoiiti taken tliruuah ilunn lb charge, In for it. Anv boiiv can roads, through indirection and fought at every turn by the Sen- snout Sunday with Mr and Mrs. metal twtlte. without American, successfully. Write for particuScientific l.y piecemeal, are trving to ac- ate Standpatters, who have Asa Snowden elr- lars or ei'll'at out plant. A fcandforaolr I1lntrd weeMr. Irntt complish the very thiiiir the coin- - promptly placed back into the champion fish Zeke Conner is Red River Brick & Tilo mission told them they could not appropriation bills either all or & Co.36,BrM,1-mj- r- New York erman. Willi nooK anu line one MUNN OfflM. K F St. Washington. D. C. Branch do. As part of their strategy, apart of the amounts trimmed Company, day last week 'he caught eighteen the roads have filed with the out of them when they were good fish while one day this week K UNTUCK V. STANTOV. 'commission n new classification passed in the House. The Dem he landed twenty of the highly i.f freights that is. tliey have ocrats proposed to put a stop to McCafi's prized finny tribe, many of them submitted a plan whereby cer- practices, long prevalent, ot lieiiii' line bass specimens. It is Very and McCail tain articles of one class, on spending government for no othwell Mr. Conner dsesn't put in It la a very serious matter to aslc For Women which a certain rate is allowed, er purpose than to allow certain week on the day nn mpdicine and have the "jumped" into a class Senators to keep themselves in but on r It n in the other unnlers u Have r.laro Trientl than a:r hi, ve been For this rivi.r JkLalls invinr or wront? one nvea you. w c? O liUKaziiia above, carrying a higher rate. All Congress, and to cut out unnecthe itsliaMu l'ashitm Guide mtnn wo crrre vou in buying to fair showing. monthly in one miUiouoneliiuul red told, more than 1,100 articles essary expense all along the line. be careful to get the genuine 1 sides showthousand been thus reclassified, and The saving if the Democrat have NOTICE. ing all the latest ilesitjas of McLa.l I'.ittunis, each i sue i.4 riniful rf should go through as they if the commission permits this County Judge and, County at s; irklhiff stio t ht.ries ami helpful arrangement to go into effect passed the House, would be tre- torney of Powell county : ..'formation for women. Liver Medicine the people will simply have to mendous. The Senate Old Guard, Save MoncT and Keep !n Style I;y lulu You are hereby notified thnt'the t.riblnjt fur M; J.in't .Wari'i. e atuwr. Colts any ne o.ily 50 rrnta a vir, pay more to have these articles however, looks upor. the right to undersigned will on Saturdny May The refutation of this old. relia l!e cueliratid MclV.t PattLrns free. ble medicine, for constipation, in v hauled, because whenever a dip into the treasury at will as a 25th, 1!U2 muke nioticn before the ll iher In tvV, MeCMl Pnttcrnt I.d digestion and liver trouble, is nrm-lf.. siinn'iiiu, ir.nnu' si'il iiuiiibpSuld. freight rate is increased the re- God given perogative, and the (jonimitssioiiers pf parole at Frank- tftfn any established. It docs not imitate More ic McOU limr ihnti other medicines. It is better than olli:rhtim.Mr"ni 'iMr'i, K... tailer must add the amount of appropriation bills were prompt fort, Ky. for u parole for Charles others, or it would not oe tne the increase to the retail price of ly restored to their former size Frazier, who was convicted at the liver powder, with a larger McCALL'S MAGAZINE sale than all others combined. the article. The proposed in- just as soon as the Senate r.7ih St., New York City March term of Powell Circuit Court "0.216 7. F2 SOLD IN TOWN creases range from ten to three denominated by the 1910 for a period of five years for hundred per cent. Mary brazier. Stand patters got a hold of them. mun slaucliter. The roads were careful to reDemocratic, leaders have April 22nd, 1912. The SlJfWRY OF L & E. TlrlE TSLE duce the rates on a certain num- announced, however, that they apparently for will insist on some of the cuts, Elfective May 28, 101 ber of articles, Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. of detracting.atteu-tio'ii- . and they will adopt drastic No. 3, the purpose No. 1, No. 2, No. 4, Stations. many increases. measures to enforce their posifrom the Daily. A new kindof cane that Daily Daily. Daily. Thjtt.state railroad commissions of tion unless the Senate, recedes. DOUBLES THE YIELD P. M. A. M. Qual 18 states have united in a protest P. M. A. H. The Old Guard Senators want nf MnliiBsi's and imnroves the against, the new classification, a big p.xpense bill, so they will be ity 100 per cent. "Molasses clearer 5:35 8:50 Lexington, 7:20 1:35 bet 4:50 8:05 pointing out that, the proposed able to point to it, later, as justi .)im nnv nthr kind andmucli other 2:17 Winchester, 8:03 ter tasted. Once planted no 4:37 7:51 are more than GO per fication for a high tariff. L. & E. ,1 unction, 8:18 increases "kind wilt ever be crown on 2:35 .4:22 '7:37 ' at Fields,, cent, in excess of reductions, and uu - 7.19 your place 4 :05 rrwe.it An 2:49 8:32 ; Indian VlTXy Milk Cow tor Sale. CLAY 8 :50 charging that the reclassification 7:10 per gauon lor seeo.ft. 11 uui mum 8: 05 " 3:56 1 Stanton, i:00' For sale, splendid milk cow than pleased will renindyour mon- 3:1.-3 :51 plan is simply a subterfuge to 7 :05 Ilosslyn, S:"o 3:21 3 :45 6 :59 J. W. MIZE, get through a big increase of with young calf. Apply at this ey. Filson, !i:12 3 :30 Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 3:28 office. , G :43 Cnmpton .Tnnetlon, 0 :27 rates. 3 :47 3 :25 6 :40 Seed can be seen and sample of 3 :52 Natural Bridge, 0 :32 The public has no objection to 3 :12 Sale1. mo asses examined at the linies 4 :04 0 :2o Torrent, Commissioner's 9 :44 rhe railroads paying increased 2:51 0:03 Beattyville Jet, ofiiee. 10 :04 4 :2a 1:57 wages to its workmen, but wel5:10 & K. Junction, O. 10:57 Powell Circuit Court, 5:1 1 :50 "5 :05 come such iticreusps. The public Jackson. 5::25 11:05 l'liiintilT, Curry Hrown & Snider 1:25 Quicksand, 11:25 has no objection to the railroads versus Defendant. miking a good generous rate of Mollie Bowles CONNECTIONS. of Sale in Epuity. nterest on money invested in Kotioe of a judement and order of Train No. 1 will ni"ke connection nt Lexington with LEXINGTON: Uv virtue ailroad properties. The public sale of the l'owell Circuit Court, renthe L. k . K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection Vts ...4 ul MimMM OB HA with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, u. wish to see the railroads dered at the March term. 1012, theredoes not CavraU und COPTrtlf hti con- snd slficli. Model or i'uoto. for CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Noh. 1, 2, 3 aud 4, will make pntrnubllltr. rtf lainpered in any way, because of in tliu above 'cause, the rail RIPORT onBANK MirtRtNCCS.nt cxclnilTelr. Kauway 10 anu irom v.um,iu... of May neotion with Mountain Central will on the 6th day of r hey ure arteries of commerce Srml 3 ranti In Mnrap ror inmnanio dook on NOW TO OBTAIN And SILL PATKNTS, o'clock p. m., or thereabout, Whlrli onea will pi,. How to set a partner, BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos.l, 2 and 3 will make con nation But the public does 1012, atCourt Day,) I will, proceed to the patent law and otutr TAlaable Inlorniatloa. (beinir nection with the L. A. Kaiiway lor Beaiiyvino. railroads requiring offer for sale at Public Auction to the .biect to CO. O. it K JUNCTION: Trains Nob. 2, 3 and 4 will make connecD. the public to pay enormous divi-- highest bidder, on a credit of six PATENT LAWYERS, tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway forCannel Cit, Ky.. and 1303 Seventh St., Waahington, D. C. dends in addition to creating a months, nt the Court House door, O. & K". stations. inelitioned liuge annual surplus on money Stanton, Ky., the property CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. that is not invested, and no cap- in the Judgment, nnu Farm Drain Tile - I j MISS - ri I - - Magaske Patterns Ssrte tr 1 lio-.iu- s I BLAcTdraugHT I I .: I . com-mittee- . East-Boun- d. - West-Boun- - ior-syrup- T1- -1 I -- ; v.. tlMDK-MARK- under-signe- d pnet-Ic- e 1 t!-- e 1 SWIFT ft to-w- it: italization that represents nothing more than blue air. Senator LaFollette has shown that the corporations of this country are capitalized at .fill,- iiiio (Win ji nil t nit 7(1 nor cent. this capitalization is water. More and more water is constant- ly being injected into the capi- t tl izution of the railroads, which l nakei- - it necessary for the roads 'o be continually boosting freight rates and increasing the cost, of living to every mun, woman and liild in the nation. Under the Roosevelt, and Taft administrations, Congress rofus-cto pass a bill providing for a physical valuation of railroad properties, which appears to be the onlv solution of the evil which permits the gouging of the common people in order that n few railroad magnates may bo still further enriched. Before this session closes, however, the Democratic House will enact Huch legislation, the bill having already been favorably reported from the committee on interstate ( d Heuiniiinu at a nine in Clay City V. beech fork rond, thence South . no es to a rine. thence b. 0 30.01 poles to a stnke from which bears 11 gum stump, thence S. :t0.2 N . 12 links, thence X. (57.13 W. !h 8 poles to a stake in the edge of the field N. 70 W. 10 2 poles to a stake from wlilcli W. 15 bears a large white oak I'nks, thence X. 73.5 K. 10.2 poles toll stake in the line of fence from which bears a black Jiick N. 51.25 K. 0 links, theneo N. 13.2 K. 15.88 poles to a stake from which a pine stands 10 in. to tlie SU poles to a ! left, tueiK-uf- . tstke on a high ridge from which bears a 10 In. chestnut oak S. 1P.5. V. 80 links, thence S. 40 K. 3 poles to the bo ttoming containing 20.34 acres and be ing the eame lund conveyed to llrst party by Jessie Muncy by deed bear ing date 0jt. 10, 1001 recorded In deeu book No. 14 page 104 Powell county tliereof to Clerk's ofllce or sullk-len- t produce $102 45, so ordered to he made. 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