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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 2, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912050201_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.): May 2, 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 CITY TIMES. 81.00 n Year in Advance. We arc here to help Clay City, the Sorrouniinc Country anJ Ourselves. .1. Is.. linrgher, Publisher. VOL. XVII. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY MAY 2, 1912. NO. )b STANTON SABBATH. :00 A. M. Bacchalaureate Sermon. 1:30 P. M. COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT 12-- 16 WEDNESDAY. 1:00 P.M. 7:00 " " Ball Game. Commencement Exercises. MAY MONDAY. Primary Cantata. TUESDAY. 1:30 P.M. 7:00 " " Student Music Recital. Gold Medal Declamation Contest. THURSDAY. 7:00 P, M. Popular Leclure by Dr McCrory.of PiU:birg. SPECIAL Commencement MUSIC AN ATTRACTIVE joynent. FEATURE. Death of J. H. Burgher. Dr. McCRORY'S LECTURES I ARE UNEXCELLED. at Stanton College. The students, friends and faculty of Stanton College are anticipating u very pleasant commencement season this year. The week beginning with May J2 will have several pleasant features in store for the people of Stanton and the surrounding communities. .Beginning with the Baccalaureate sermon on Sabbath with the splendid lecture on Thursday evening, there will be something interesting every day. Two features of the program deserve special attention, i. e., the lecture by Dr. McUrory and the Gold Medal Contest. Those who attended the contest last year will need no further introduction to this feature. In addition to this, another most pleasant evening is promised us on Thursday when Dr. J. T. McCro-..ry,o- f J?ittsburg, Pa?,,welJ. kuown 'Vrwin't'he EastR8 a most interesting speaker will deliver a popular lecture. These are two features, but there are others which are not to be omitted. Needless to say, the whole round of the week's attractions centers about the commencement proper on Wednesday evening, which with its graduation oration, special music, and special commencement address by Dr. McCrory, will furnish an evening of great en-- 1 and-e'ndi- Then, too, the primary, cantata on Monday, the music recital on Tuesday, and the ball game on Wednesday, will, with pleasant weather, combine to give Stanton College one of the most successful commencements in its history. Her friends and sympathizers are all invited to come and enjoy it with the students and faculty. Willnrd Uichardson paid the death penalty in the Eddyville penitentiary Friday for the murder of John Violet in Carlisle last February. Richardson said whiskey led him to his ruin. That's the trouble with nine out of every ten who come to such an end. Then, boys, beware of the first drink; if you have taken the first, then we say, beware of the next dvink. Responding to the call of the 0)iuptrpller,ioftheJCurreiicy,the Clay City National Bank has another one of their splendid reports in this issue. It furnishes very satisfactory reading for all interested. ng The Fayette National Bank of Lexington, will erect a build- in!: in that city twelve or fifteen stories high. The bank will lower floor while the upper stories will lie rented for odices " New Spring Millinery the newest sTyles What Is Hydrophobia. tempt to bite at all and lie frcn Mr. J. H. Burgher died in this Owing to the prevalence of ra-- , exhaustion in from live 'o ten city Monday after a lingering ill- bios in many dogs, all of which days. ness of several mouths. Burial so far affected have been killed, Hydrophobia in human being Tuesday afternoon in the local and the loss of several head of not often takes ellect until fn.n, cemetery after the funeral ser- stock in this vicinity, it is well three months to six months aid vices at the home be the Rev. J. that the public be educated some cases not for years. A an-- j C. Hanley. He is survived by long this line. A ,ite from a rabid do- - heals on hydrophobia says it ism,dily as a bite from one not . wife and three small children, his mother, Mrs. Bettie Burgher, inoculated to persons, rather an- - ull'ected, but before the disease and three brothers, Mr. Albert imals, only by dogs, cats, wolves, takes ellect the old scar become-foxeM. and Asa Burgher, of this city .and etc. It is caused on- - inflamed and starts to running when the skin is broken: one-- jraiii. The disease i something and John W. Bnrgher, of Dayton, Ohio, who was ill in a hos- half the bites never take effect : fearful and too much precaution pital in that city and could not but little danger where the bite cannot be taken to prevent a mi. be present at the burial. De- is inflicted through the clothing, -- e Ci,5j0? either in man or beast, years the virus on the teeth llrst being t js far better to kill a thousand ceased was twenty-ninold and was a. noble gentleman rubbed oil" on the clothing. There jdogs not so directed than to tak is positively no danger from by-- 1 chances on one that ha probably of Christian character. At all times, under all circum- drophobia to man or beast unless 'been exposed to rabid dog bites, stances he endeavored to walk in bitten by one of the specie of an-Lebanon will vote today on lo- the well beaten pate of righteous- imals mentioned above. pti'U. The town has fiv. When dogs are seen to develop ness and when fully conscious he was wearing the last of a morbid appetite, eating such times before voted dry and that as wood, straw, old ragJ the present time is in the dry earte,he appajired to befull at the coal, and efcv itis a strong indi- column. As usual both sides are end of time eternity began, and cation of rubies. Later, the dog 'claiming the victory. that the bright faith which sus- solitude and is not playful and PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. tained him during those trying obeys his master with reluctance hours of suffering would only or not at all. lie will be seen Services 2nd and :!rd Sabbaths of grow brighter and brighter as he lying around sleepily, suddenly each month. journeyed toward the Infinite, awakening and snapping at imag- Prayer Meetings, Wednoday evenings. and the final gloom of death be inary Hies. In some cases dogs (Sod's are melancholy, display no at- - Rev. .1. C. Ilanlev, Pastor. dispelled by the radiance of love. Could all live the just and upright life J. H. Burgher lived, and die in his trusting faith, death could no longer bo called ''The King of Terrors" for he inspired no terror there. The dying man and sorrowing family looked forward with the same eye of faith to the brighter future where this temporary separation would end in an eternal reunion. j a- -j well-know- n j s, a-- ly 1 j e 1 '! j WALDRON & JOHNSON Waltersville, Ky. Don't Forget Your Cup. Just received from the city which combines and lowest prices. 8 SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fir& coA in order to get room for new goods coming in. in this sale will also be included a lot of 6 H HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity., to money. First come, . save somej first served. The recently enacted State law prohibiting the common drinking cup in Kentucky will go info efs fect about May 10. The law of common drinking the use cups on railroad trains and in railro.td stations, hotels, boarding houses, restaurants, steamboats, stores, "or other publicly frequented places." No person or corporation in charge of such places shall permit the use of the drinking cup in common, nod warning placards must be posted A viin conspicuous positions. olation of the provisions of this act is punishable by a fine of not less than $1 and not inorethan $10, and each day's violation of any of the provisions of the act is to be considered a separate oll'enso. for-bidI j We carry a full line of (Seiieral MerchnndNe and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You enn do the same thing. If you are, not already one of our ni uiy pleased customers, coniu roun.l nmu day and give our place a look through and let us price, you sonic of our goods They willojien your eyestoan opportunity. j SHIMFESSEL'S. fourth class post ofdesignated by 1'ostollice General Hitchcock as saving depositories. Sixty-three fices have been Send Us Your Orders fig ftp jgsj ovor telephone, by messenger or otherwise, and if you live Mrs. Hubert Hunter, of is visiting friends in the Win-Chester, in Clny City or near our store we will "deliver thegoocU1' m mmmmmmmmm THE TIMES. rUlSLlSllBl' VKUV TIICUSOAV. Strong Candidate. Tho Times is for John M. Stc- venson, of Winchester, for Chair-- j A j , Card of Thanks. man of the State Central and Executive Committee of the Democratic nartv. We are fori Subscription rates SI a iar or three him because we know him to be years in advanced. a true man, a true Democrat, and a man worthy of this posiJ. U. liurnhcr. Publisher. tion or any other position he may s mnil mutter. Kate red ns be called to take care of. His .I... - - - May ), UU'i being our neighbor is not the Thursday, sole cause of our being for him, but is a matter of small considCLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub eration compared to his fitness rrribers, we have arranged club rates for t lie place. He is a man that with the following papers at price? can lead the party this fall to below mentioned : the success we think it deserves. The Times and seeoud-olii!- Through thu columns of this PPer we desire to return our wannest thanks to the citizens community for kindness and sympathy extended to us during the protruded sinkness of our beloved J. H. Burgher. While our home now has a vacant chair, yet us we reflect upon the many deeds of sympathy and love of the citizens of our town, it gives n silver lining to the dark cloud left by death. We can only add uGod bless the noble, big hearted citizens of this little city." THE FAMILY. ls worth 10 and I'J cents at 11 cents white poods worth 2 cents at lb conts, dress ginghams worth 1'JA cents for OA cents. Ilurdwick eV Co , Stanton. " " " " " " $1.00 Value of Temperance. Cincinnati Knnuirer 1.10 How often do you hear of 00 Louisville Herald women being into trouble of a 75 Nome and Farm Women as a 1.00 serious nature? In hind Fanner 00 rule do not drink, nor are they American Farnipr Southern Agriculturist 7d allowed in saloons. Why not Courier-Journnl If the various State Boards of llealtli want, to reully put a they heck on consumption thould put a stopper first where it should he most eil'ective. To do this we need a law to compel 11 the girls and ladies of our land at all times wear enough try the same precautions for our boys? Then; should also be no places allowed to exist or operate that are not fit for women to frequent. The boys are said to be worse than the girls, then they should not be allowed to go where girls are not permitted to fro quent. Why should not our boys i lothes to keep them warm, regardless of customs of styles. We have the same care taken of them Commissioners Sale. that, we take of our girls? Pafrequently see voting girls on Powell Circuit Court. better care of your the street with sleeves to their rents take boys, is the warning of the ' dhow, and hut a very thin rinintifT, Edwin Rose Ac. Times. on up to their shoulders. versus Defendant. Pinkey Williams &c. This occurs on these cool Spring KEI'OKT 01' THE CONDITION Notice of Sale in Equity. days when we have on our arms OF THE By virtue of a judgment and order no less than three or four sleeves Clay City National Bank of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, Hid at. tho same time feel none rendered at the March term, 1911! too warm. Many of these girls At G'liiy CJity in the statu of Kentucky, thereof in the above cause, the underare then catching cold and aid- at the cloc of business Apr. 18th, 1012, signed will on the 6th day of May 1912 nt o'clock, p. m., or thereabout ing the consumptive germs to RESOURCES. (being Court Day,) proceed to offer for a strong hold on their lungs Loans and discounts net $01,698 00 ff)r salo at Public Auctio to the high and will later, in vet young wo- uveruruus, secureu una un- of six months i 077 ni est bidder, on a credit manhood, die with consumption. IT Q ... an... or. (inn nn .!.. There should he a stop put to the property mentioned m the judg j. ttu.iMi oo V duiius, securities, eio ment to wit: r.uch foolishness for the benefit Banking-hous- e, furniture nnd Situated on the waters of Black 3.500 00 fixtures of the rising generation. If this creek in Powell County, Ky. and de- r i i. lemedy lay not in the power of Due from approved reserve ....... ......... Bllj(1 cruek bnunded 0Il the East by the the parent, of the young ladies Jsoteshtmother iv.it'l banks. of 47" 00 j nU8 of Hood and Fox on the North the state should enact a law by the land known as Polly Ann Patton fractional paper currency, 133 73 tract now owned by Jeptlm Walters, nickels, and cents these lines and then see that on the West by Black creek on the Money Heherve is Bank, viz: Young ladies, if Lawful it is enforced. South by the Asbury Wills trnc conSpecie $3 ,538 40 4,838 40 taining about 20 acres or sufllcient you think we are not telling you Legal tender notes, 1,300 , so ordered to thereof to produce $ Mitnething for your own benefit, Redemption fund with U. S. be made. Treas'r(5 of cirTn) ...... 1,250 00 ask any competent physician and Tho purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for he doesn't say we are if Total ?13",631 58 the payment of the purchase money, right. 51 cov-orinsr From Ifcli", to 11)10 inclusive this nation paid out in pensions the liujH! sum of $1,070,011, 1SV8 which went to'J.'Jo'i'JI different persons, made up of soldiers in various wars, their widows and dependents. During one year. that of 1010, this same nation's drink bill was 2,(MS,4'J7,0J8. It is by such comparisons as these that one can getnn accurate idea CALL. as to the enormous waste of the of Powell liquor traflic. The world has nev To the Republicans county, Kentucky: You are here- er grappled with any political by notified to meet in your respect- issue that Was so far reaching. ive voting precincts on Saturday, How's This? .May 4th. 1912, at a o'clock p. m., We offer One Hundred Dollars for the purpose of electing a , committeeman for the ensuing Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Cafour years. E. H. Fuller, Chairman. tarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Special Sale Day. We the undersigned, have known On Saturday, May 4th,forcash F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, or country produce, we will sell roasted coffee at 1SH cents per pound, Arm & Hammer soda cents per package, lawn good ct and believe li i tti perfectly honoraand ble in all business financially a'de to curry out nor oh ligations made by his firm, Walding, Kiiinau & Mtrvin. Wholesale lruggNt,Tolcdo.O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, aaeting diiTtly upon the blood and niucoiu surfaces of the system. TVstimohiuls sent free. Price 7."ic per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hull's Family Pills for constipation tran-iictloiiH SEEDS i rr Trim., Ridl.k t t pk(. felMlmlaf I'rlar; 1 Bka. tarlr r!.lt.M ki. FOR 10 CENTS we will aenil nna.tp.-ilour FAMOUS COLLECTION on otf Tt lallao TrUlli Cb.l i ItrillrlaIIrk.l rij.r 3ar.li 1 Arr.h.id .... .... ...:, ... ... SPECIAL OFFER . 10. Frctli, RollaMc t'ure Gutrtnteed laPlnso E7err Cnlrj mil PlnntfralumliltrtHh' nnerlor Northern (iruw n benii. to. 1(1. tiu . (I. Tfrtt iodiTl Sanl 10 cent, to h.l. Mr mmI... n packing and rtcait 'Timoui Colleetun." ftlbtr with o.ir Htvr an.l iitA"i Uul.la 75.I 1383 Iloio 8t. It.ic1tf.iirl, Illluulfi STOP! LOOK! Did it Ever Occur to You That more hard service is required of the Shoe than any other article of Clothing? That Wearing Qualities combined with Style and Comfort, should always he considered first? - 1 i , .. On every hand t nothing but praise, for oflicers of he Titanic because men were pushed back and not allowed to be saved with their wives. This all sounds good to read about unless you put a little study into the affair. Where can there be any bravery, common sense, or humanity in lowering lifeboats with empty seats while husbands are longing to occupy seats with According to all their wives. evidence before tho Senate in vestigatmg committee uot more than one of the life boats was a nything like full Three bun dred more lives could have been Kived and would have been sav ed had they have been allowed to bo. This being true, we can lind nc words of praise for those in charge, hut down right seems to us to have pre vailed, or else they were all drunk us one sailor says they were. fool-lshnes- LIARILITIES. there seems to be Capital stock paid in if Surplus fund Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 3,210 11 Nat'l bank notes outstanding 25,000 00 Duo to other Nut'l Bunks. . . . 2,422 51 Individual deposits subject to 78,092 00 check Total J 25,000 00 3,000 00 to have tho 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 with these terms. A lien will be re tained on the'land sold till all tho purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. UOMULNS JACKSON. Master Commissioner Powell C. O. For 20 years we have been supply ing hundreds of satisfied customers. Wear Right. Right. Look Right. See $137,631 58 fertilizer, and a hardv named bunk, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the vigorous forage plant for hay and best of my knowledge and belief. pasture. will grow in any boh, A. T. Whitt, Cashier. even in rocky places. Can be sown Sutacribed and sworn to before me with spring oats, or sown alone in this 27th day of April 1012. Mav for meadow, and sown in with Patrick Henry, Notary Public. nnrn nt Hi ft Inst, cultivation. Prices My commission expires Jan. 29, 1016. of seed, and circular how to qrow it CoKitEor Attest: sent on request. I). J A State ok Kentucky, County ok Powell, I, A. T. Wliitt Cashier, of the SWEET CLOVER Priced nrrpnt Them. Mrs. J. W. Williams. H0PE no. Jus. Atkinson, Hall, (Jims Scott, U. Directors. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky Hox Oil. arerumess Take care that you do not underestimate the value of money deposited under our interest plan. Its growth is rapid. Be careful and deposit systematically a portion of your earnings. $ MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of (lour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she uses the PKAItl. Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It is the beet all around Horn-othe market und gives your hreud that tempting and delicious flavor that always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the PEARL Hour. The Colonel seems to be lead ing the lield of Republicans in the race for tho Presidency. It now seems that Taft should return thanks to Teddy for being priv tleged to sit in his White (louse these four yours. All the people will have a chance for a say-8in November and Teddy, the torrior will then receive tho medicine he has been needing sitico 1'0 ihu.z his hat in the ring. He will thi'ii wish he (had first id.-- protege, Dr. Taft. 0 cou-suite- Their growth is certain. Start them growing here now. Clay City National Bank, Made by -, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. THE TIMES. AN ALL HOME-MAD- E PAPER. Frank Mountz, of St. Angelo, Tex., has come to Kentucky to reside. Mr. Mountz moved from this county to Texas about twenty years ago. John F. Robinson, of tjie John Makes a treat difference in most women. They are troubled with "nerves" Robinson's Circus, has filed a pe- they suffer from backache, headache, sleeplessness, a sensation of irritability or of female weakness. many twitching, tition in bankruptcy at Cincin- The local hot flashes, dizzy spells, or should other symptoms Dr. Pierce's Lotion be treated with disorder and inflammation nati, giving the amount of assets Tablets and the Irregularity and weakness of the female system corrected and strengthened with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. The strain upon the young and liabilities as unknown. woman or the woman'ol middle age upon the nerve and blood forming structures The Demons of the Swamp The paper plant of the Louisville Paper Company burned at LOCAL BREVITIES. Louisville Friday night entailing THURSDAY,.... May 2, 1012. a loss of $150,000. Insurance to the sum of $110,000 Lindsay Douglas, of Levee, was was carried. in the city the last of the week. Judge T. .1. Fletcher was busy last week taking the school cen-sus. the Federal grand jury at Richmond. ' J. Crews Rash, of Cincinnati, was in the city the first of the week. Charlie Welch, is serving on Mrs. Olivia Williams was tried for lunacy last week and sent to the asylum at Lexington. I. G. Jackson, of Harrodsburg, Vame in Friday to visit his father, W. L. Jackson at Vaughn's Mill. are mosquitoes. Ab they sting they put deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow the iey chills and the fires of fever. Tho appetite flies and the strength fails also malaria often paves the way Egzs For Sale. ' Barred Plymouth Rock, 50c per for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out the malarsetting. ia germs from the blood; give you Brown Leghorn, 75a per setting. a fine appetite and renew your White Leghorn, $1 per setting. "After long suffering" strength. Eggs gathered after order is rewrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, ceived. Mrs. Nettie Welch, N. C, "three bottles drove all the Clay City, Ky. malaria from my system, and I've had good health ever since." Best The heaviest rain of the seafor all stomach, liver and kidney son fell here Friday and put the ills. 50c at all dealers. river on a rampage. A great deal of rain fell Monday night which kept a tide in the river until the middle of the week. msy be too great for her strength. This is the time to take this restorative tonio nervine and regulator. For over forty years sold by druggists and strength-givin- g for woman's peculiar weaknesses and distressing ailments. The one remedy so perfect in composition and so good in curative effects as to warrant its makers in printing its every ingredient on its outside The one remedy which absolutely contains neither wrapper. g drugs. alcohol nor injurious or Following letter selected at random from a targe number ol similar ones end cited merely to illustrate these remarks : habit-formin- Has. Scott. "In tho winter of 1909, 1 became irrentljr run down and Irregular." writes Mrs. Henry Scott, of Swan Creek, Mich., Route 1, Box 49. I slowly but surely grew worse, and, at last, resolved to apply to the doctors for help. Tho doctor said I had Inflammation, enlargement and laceration. I was In bed eleven weeks and got no better. Tho doctor said I would have to have an operation, but to that I would not listen. My husband purchased two bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. When I started to take this remedy I could not walk across , the floor, but after I had taken three bottles I could feel myself gaining-- so I dropped the doctor and took Dr. I'ierce'a Favorite Prescription. Only for It I think I would have been dead I really believe It saved my life. 1 feel better, now than in twenty years." S When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Irvine is advertising the sale of a new telephone franchise. The Kast Tennessee is the prospective bidder. Misses Nellie and HattioKnox, of Levee, were visiting friends in the city from Friday till Monday. ben Tipton, of Winchester, the funeral of J. H. Bnrgher in this city Tuesday. The mid-summer Helps a Judge in Bad Fix. Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills, Tenn., was pleinly worried. A bad sore on his leg had baffled several doctors and long resisted all remedies. "I thought it was a cancer," he wrote. "At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was completely cured." Cures burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. 25c at all dealers. down the throat of a "srapey'' chicken destroys the worm I and save the chick's life. A f .t drops In the drinklnsr watei CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, choler aud other chicle diseases. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write J. W. Burgher and Mrs. Reu Fruit and Shade Trees! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry mUrr should Wp a bottle ol . 'ttj for free sample this medicine 01 Mind of owls." Address, and. Booklet on I0URB0K One 50c Bottle of "Dlese - Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, m REMEOT COMPANY, Uriujton, Ky. meeting of the Mountain Press Association remedy I have ever tried nnd I have the will be held at Torrent Friday Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, been inMrs. poultryE.business for forty years: Geo. Rapier, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. Ky. and Saturday, June 21 and 22. Bards-tow- Bourbon Poultry Cure is the hat n, Everything For In the Federal Court now in session at Richmond there are ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. cases against persons seventy-fivNO AGENTS. FREE CATALOQ. charged with the illicit sale of liquor. H. F. H!Ilenmeyer& Sons, e have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two years and I just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not hah a cape of gapes since I began using it. Mrtr W. P. Bracoy, Basker-vill- e, Va. SOLD BV I Winchester, - Ky. What Texans Admire is hearty, vigorous life, according Hugh Tillman, of San Antonio. "We find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New Life Pills surely put new life and energy in a person. Wife and I believe they are the best made." Excellent for stom-acliver and kidney troubles. 'IH cents at all dearers. h, Lexington, Ky. C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KY. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. FERTILIZE Fresh Goods YOUR CORN It Certainly Pays Low Prices We invite you to call anil see our new stock of Spring and Summer Goods and get our prices. You nre also invited to call and seo and get prices on any thing else that you may need. We try to keep every thing the people wiint. Every one should he interested in learning where they can get the most for their mon- Through the courtesy of our Representative in Congress, the Hon. J. Campbell Cantrill, the. Times has received for distribution one hundred packets of (lower seeds. Any of our subscribers who call may get a pack-ti- t so long as they last. First comes, first served, Daniel was found dead in bed at his home it Virden Saturday morning. Deceased was tifty-fivyears old, the oldest of four brothers and. two sisters. R. L. e Special Price on Fence for Few Days. ey, It and where they can get merchandise that will hest suit them takes a little time to look around and satisfy yourself as to Bedford & Tuttle, w,ncheSVky. nillikan Business School, XWMRfWMMMWWHWWK3 LEXINGTON, KY. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know As stated above, we try to keep , "Money saved is money made". every thing the people want. we want you to know We can not though, here call at- tention to every thing, but will mention the following lines which CAPITATj STOCK. 8100,000 SURPLUS AND UN- IUVIDH1) PROFITS, SIOO.OOO 3 that we carry. TYPEWRITING. He leaves dren. a wife and four chilBurial at the family graveSun- yard on Hardwick'e Creek day. Escapes an Awful Fate. A thousand This school has turned out hundreds of men and women who P r are successes. Itwillmake a success of you. THE "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 (hoots) and low cuts. 'Walk-Over- " Winchester Bank. OP WINC11HT12R, KY. 'A shoes for Men we have them in nil the new-style- s tongues could not express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of Joliut, 111., for her wonderful deliverance from an awful fate. "Typhoid pneumonia had left me with a dreadful cough," she writes I had hucIi awful 'Sometimes coughing fcpell 1 thought I would die 1 could get no help from doctor's treatment or other medicines till I used Dr. King's New Discovery. But 1 owe ny life to this wonderful remedy for I scarcely cough at all now." Quick and safe, its the most reliable of all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle uaurautrted. 50u itnd 91,00. Trial bottle free t all dealers. Write for Catalogue. f--3 R N.ItOUY VlTnKHHlOON, PRK81 W. R. Sl'HAH, Oabiiikr. E) 3 9 gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in the popular and at prices to suit all. We also colors and latest in make-up- , in take measures for made.toorder suits, and guarantee a perfect fit. Millinery Goods our Women'H, Misses 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 lines of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, tan, YOUR ACCOUNTS SOklOITKD H SPECIAL BUUM HUM'S SHN3U0CKB, O SEEDS yoq vr petsnnwt custosttf r. aj ta, 6a tfs asa caa sty, ssa sa sty y 3, g MlUt-- l ail. iVMrWwvWvwrJvvvvw-jvvvv'to i J Electric Bitters 8ucceed when everything else feus. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Rain routs, Sewing Work Pants, Trunks, Machines, Buggies, you need, as paper. wo &. Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Tap-- r, etc., A etc. In fact seo us for any thing can save yon money. of Watch for our special salea days ad. in other columns this wmHm MM MI i ""Mk ttUftlMll now. tu. ft WI W MM. MMfl S Mtt FOR KIDNEY, LI VEtl AND TOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. j i In the business world today railroads of' this country "put underpinned will on Saturday May freindship is measured according on tlie screws" is revealed by a i20t h, 1!H',' make niotirn before tin to its cash value. study of the statement of eani ComtaiVioners of parole nt Frank-insiThat flic steed tniHt is willing issued annually ly the Iol-- ' frt. Ky. for a parole for Charier, rn spend money to elect men to OVER 68 YEARS' aware, Lacktiwannn and Western Frazier, who whs convicted at the EXPERIENCr iililie ollice wlio me willing to one of the anthracite coal carry-- ' March term of J.'ovell Circuit Court it after they uet into olliee, in roads. H for a period of five yearn for Tlio following (inures f nun in lieini; demonstrated. niiuw rntf nuirue nor ton mile, oi "' HinugnuT. Mnrv r razirr, hen I hcedore Koosevelt was !lMlIinj: anthracite coal,and uen April 22nd, 1!)I2 ' Ires.dent of the I'n.tcd States vn, mvrchamVw, over a period TRADE MARKS DESIGNS :.e permitted the Steel Trust to f Owinj: to the lire of thn Louis lour vears : Copyrights Ac. ahsorh its principal rival, the Anyone ncnritnff n sketch find description mny 11)11 Louisville, we qiitrklr aaperliiltt our oi'lnum frco whether an 1JJ0J) 1J)08'V,,,' 1'"P'r(J-- . OUR WASHINGTON LliTTER. (l!V CI.VKK II. TAVKXXKU.) s 1! Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the ne of tlruiii tile jmt ein turn tlmt low, wet, uidi!,f, swuin vHr L -- . Tennessee Coal and Iron Company. This permission to violate he law was worth millions o dollars to the steel trust, because il practically assured the trust a monopoly, leaving it free, by the nnple process of tightening the screws on the public, to extort most anv price it desired for its products. The absorption of the Tennessee company by the steel trust was in direct violation of both! the spirit and the letter of the law. No one denies this. Not even the attorneys for the steel trust contend now, or ever did contend, that the deal was -l. Coal. .Merchandise These O.SU ((.(57 (). O.(H) j others, or it would not be the fayour place for syrup. Price $1 00 vorite liver powder, with a larger McCALL'S MAGAZINE per gallon for seed. If not more sale than all other3 combined. W. 37th St., New York City Roosevelt's commissioner of than pleased will refund your monSOLD IN TOWN F2 corporations investigated the ey. J. W. MIZE, The. Carlisle Mercury advises harvester trust, found it illegal, Vaughn's AMI, Ky. but at the suggestion of Mr. people to ride about all they can Seed can be seen and sample of OF L. & E. TipiE TflBLE. Perkins, the report was not this summer while the roads are molasses examined at the Times Ell'eetive May dS, lull. j:ood,and prepare to stay at home olliee. made public. The most exhaustive search of next w inter. No. 2, No. 4, No. :i No. 1, .Station. the records of Congress during Daily Daily. Daily. Daily Milk Cow for Sate. the years that Roosevelt was Kor sale, splendid milk cow V. M. A. M. president fails to show the P. M. A. M. with young calf. Apply ut this of a simile measure that 5::i") 1::15 LexiiiRton, S:S0 olliee. 8:(i:. 8 :(: 'Ven in the most remote manner lioO '1: 17 Winchester, Promptly obtained In all countries OR HO ric. Caveats an t Copyrights L. & E. Junction, 4::J? 2::J5 7:51 S:1S affected the monopoly or the NOTICE. Knd Mketch. Mnlel or Hioto. tor rsu Karosrr on paumaDiiitr. ratentpract. 8 ::'--' S:4!i 4:S2 7::i7 India.n Fieldn, huge dividends of the steel trust.' Ice f iclmlrely. BANK RUf IIMCIS. County Judge und County atSmit s rents In stamps Jot Inralnabln book 8 rod . 7 :V.) CI,aY CITY, 3:05 4:05 TO OBMIR ana (ILL PATENTS, Hundreds of such measures were torney of Powell county : ??.!'?" will pay. How to get a partner, purs 3:5(5 !l:(il) 7:10 Stanttm. :i:15 patent law and otlier valuable Intonnation, i introduced in both the House You are hereby notified that the .i :,:):5l 7:nr. IJolyn. D, (!:nii and the Senate while Mr. Roose:2S . it :45 FiUon, CO. )::l (i :4II U:.'J0 Campton Jr.netlon, :i:47 PATSNT LAWYKR8 ii:27 velt was president. Each and 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. Commissioner's Sale. G :40 :i :" :5:!i5 Natural Bride, !i::i2 every one was chloroformed in c :2." 4:04 Torrent, :t:12 9:14 committee, and Mr. Roosevelt Powell Circuit Court 0 :0:i Beutiyville Jet, 4:25 10:04 2:51 never raised hi: voice in pro- - Curry llrown & Snider O. fe K. Junction, 1:57 5:l!t 10:57 5:10 I'liiintilT, versus. 11:05 test. 5:05 5:25 1:50 Jackson, Defendant. 11:25 1:25 (Juickuid, Mr. Roosevelt is now a candi- Mollie Howies Notice of Sale in Kpuily date for ollice. Every politician Uy virtue of a judgment and order of CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: in the land is aware that he i Mile of the I'owell Uirctlit Uourt. ren Train No. 1 will muke connection at Lexington with the L. fc. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection peiidim: more money to obtain dered at the .March term, 101'.', therewith the L. fc N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. lelegates than any candidate of in the above "cause, the will on the 6th day of May OAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1. 2, .'I and 4, will make eon- tor the presidency has spent in 11)11', at o'eloek p m., or thereabout, THE MERRIAM WESSTCR neetion with Mountain Central Railway to and from Canipton. the last ipiarter of a century. (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to Tho Only New unabridged dicHEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos.'l, 2 and will make Where i this money coming olTer for sale at Public Auction to the tionary in mtiay years. witii the L. k A. Railway for Beattyville. highest bidder, on a credit of six loin'.' Let us see: Contains tho pith end e.ss?ee 0..& K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 2, 0 and 4 will niuke connecof an authoritative library. month;., at Eton Iluntiiiuton Hooker, Stanton, Ky., the Court House door, tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and CDver3 every field of knowl. the property mentioned O. & K. (stations. treasurer of the Roosevelt in the judgment, edge. An Encyclopedia in a single book. CIIAS. SCOTT, GenM I'aBKenKer Afreiit. Leamio. lets just filed with the 'cdiiiuiig tit a pine in Clay City and Wietary of State of Now York beech fork rond, thence South W. New Divided Putfc. poles to a pine, thence S. V. i list of contributors to theRoos-evel- t 400,030 Woi-ds- . 2700 PagCD. ,'iO.Ul poles ton stake from which bears Goo Xliustrations. Costnearly campaign fund. This a gum stump, thence S. 30.25 W. Ill half a n:il!ion dollars, 'Worn allidavit reveals that in link., thence N. &7.1!l V. ft!s H poles to ct us tell yen t,bout this most the city of New York alone, a stake in the edge of the Held X. 70 romarkablo sinlo vclusio. TTrj . e ieo. Perkins, organizer of W. 1(1 2 poles to a stake from which paces, lull par-" I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," the harvester trust and director hears a large white oak N. .'l W. 15 Ucuianj, etc. nks, thence N. 73.fi K. 10.'.' poles to a of the steel trust spent iflu.OOO writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was this In the line of fence from which Frank A. Munsey, the largest in- stake almost and had to give up. We had three bears a black juck N. fi I .a." K. 0 links, dividual holder of the steel trust thence X. 13.2 10. 16.88 poles to a slake doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad common stock in the country, from which a pine Mauds 10 In. to the spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In 'one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and Joke, as' well as coiitt i buted .$13,000 more. Thir. left, thence N. 07 5 K. 20 polo ton ty thousand dollars of steel trust tstkn on a high ridge from which bears anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid 10 lu. chestnut oak S. 10.0. 80 money spent in a city of one a for 5 weary years I Cardui relieved me, when everything links, thence S. Ml K. .'I poles to the bestate alone, and there are 48 ginning containing S0.:n acres and beelse failed." statei- - in the Union! This sworn ing the same laud conveyed to lirst C.MrriCo. riprlnefleld, Mmu.H statement shows that in New party by Je.se Miuiey by deed bearYork City .$50,12(1.73 was spent, ing ditto Oct. 10, 11X11 recorded in deed 101 Powell book Xo. 11 county to get about 15,000. Roosevelt (Merk's ollice page or siilllelent thereof to votes, or practically .$4 u vote. produce $10i 40, so ordered to be made. the Senator Stephenson spent only I'lie purchaser will be required to If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, give bond, with approved security, for and CURE thb LUNCS Jmlf as much per vote in Wisconto you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more sin, and it was declared that he the payment of the purchase money, to than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, have the force und effect of a lleplevin WITH thus debauched American has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. Iloud, bearing Icyul iutcicst from the should not be permitted day of sale, according to law. They found it of real value in relieving their aciies and to occupy a seat in the Senate! Hidden will be prepared to coinplj pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved terms. A The point of this acticle, how. with these the propertylien will be re. PHICB and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for tallied on sold till all the iv A for ULIOt Tr.'i BtNle Freo ever, is that the 6teel trust stands purchiuc money Is paid. use, at once, by you. Try it, today. ANB ALL THROAT ANi LUKB TH0UBLE8. by )t friends. Bond payable lo Commissioner. ThN is not the only favor Theodore Uoosevelt did for the steel trust, or the harvester trust, at the request of Geo. W. Perkins, then partner of .1. I'ierpont .Moriran. figures show that the railroad ets more for hanlim: coal than it does for haulini: merchandise, and it is ridiculous to suppose that it costs the railroad any more to haul a ton of one kind of material than it does an- other. . ton is a ton after it is once loaded onto a freight car. The onlv explanation for the hiulier coal charge is that all competition lias been suppressed in the caal carrying trade,where-athe roads are still 'forced to Unlit each other for their merCoal is chandise patronage. charged "all the trallic will bear," and it will bear a great Meal because the railroads control the coal fields and the transportation, and lix the tidewater price by agreement among themselves. s U.SC) O.Ni;!:m' "' day lute this week on ac- count of paper-no- t arriving in time 0.70 0.70 to print this week's on. e riclly rotiildetitfnl. HANDBOOK nti Patents sent frcn. Oldest opener for securing tmtcnf. r.ilcnis taken throuuli Muiiii A to. receive pedal notice, without chsrao, lu the iMTPitllmi Is prnhnblf pitlctitRlilo. rnmmnnlrn-llntiH- f Scientific American. Atisndsnmelr Itlnslratod weeklr. lament of nnr srlenlllla Journal. Terms, f 3 a rcnri four months, (U Buhl bjr all newsdealers. Darlingsville. Curtis is very sick at this writing with pneumonia. Mrs. Vienna Curtis is verv low at tin's time und hurdly expected to recover. Mrs. S. R. tin' most nrmluetive your fnrni. Wood tile, properly phieed.iiot only enrriec nfV surplus witter, it nduiitf nir to tin Mill mid mnke it to work. It improve.-- iiny soil. The inerenif in the vnliie of the litud uiiiiiV tlllie the eoHt of the tile Tile fust yenrN crop from tiled land jmyn for il. Any Itodv ean do the work Mieces.rully. Write for purlieu-liir- r of ei'll ut nui plant. py field into Bjiot on 1m MUNN&Co.36'8 Branch Office, 625 New York V. F St, Washington, C Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON. KKNTUC'KV. McCalFs Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women Have T.Ioro Fricndt than any other John M. Todd, of Ruckerville, was here a short time this week with his brother, P. D. Todd. Very Serious It 23 a very serious matter to ask for one medicine ar.d have the wronjj one given ycu. For this reason we arjje you in buying to, be careful to get the genuine BLAck-DraugH- Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. A new kindof cune that DOUBLES TUB YIELD of Molasses and improves theQual- ity mo p,.r cent. .Molasses clearer than any other kind and much better tasted. Once planted no other kind of cane will ever be urown on magazine of patterns. MtCall's i the reliable Kashton Guide monthly in one million one hundred showthousand homi:s. ing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of i.psrkling slio t stcries and helpful information for women. Savo Money and Keep in Style by suh. scribing for McCt.r .Ut; trine at mire. 'O.tts ihe'celebrjted McCail Paturns tree. McCall Patterns Lrfd all mlicrs In style, fu, simnlicitr, cconotn and mmtlKr soM. lore dea'ers sell McCall Pattern than any nlhirttvomikMfnmhined. None higher than I5cents. Iluyfroni yuur U?aTcr, ur by mail from mly 50 cents .1 ir, T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, relia- ble medicine, for constipation, in-digestion and liver trouble, is firm- ly established. It does not imitate Incluriing any one ol B Ki 12 t 23G-24- SlWfRY Kiist-Boun- West-Houn- pas-.-aii- e 7:--2- 0 , SWIFT & :!:-i- WEBSTER'S NEW -- under-sinne- d INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY 1 15 con-neetio- n to-wi- t: 1 10.-1- 1) liyyliSrYA i Bad Spells I bed-ridde- n, KILL COUGH Cardui Woman'sTonic stand-;irdb,uu- d Dr. King's New DisGmrery raycHt sts A lino example of how the liOMULUS JACKSON. .Muster (ouinilM.loncr IWell C. C QUARANXEBD SATISFAOXOSYl OK HOXXY UVaUKDXD. Writ to: Ladles' Advisory Dtpt. Cbaittnoon Medicine Co., ChitUnoogi. Ttnn., book, tloac Trtitaeot lor Women." scot free. J 57 for Sruiat Instructions, and at