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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 9, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912050901_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 9, 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. & r CITY TIMES. THJE CLA 81.D0 a Year, In Advance. We arc here to help Clay City, the Snrroaniio? Country anJ Ourselves. .1. R. Hunjhcr. Publisher. VOL. XVII. OL AY CITY. KY., THURSDAY MAY 9. 1912. KO. J! STANTON SABBATH. I 1 COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT 12-- 16 WEDNESDAY. 1:00 MAY MONDAY Primary Cantata. i TUESDAY. 1:30 P.M. 7.nn " Student Music Recital. r.AA m-- jj THURSDAY. 7:00 P. M. Exercises. Popular Ledure by McCroiy.of Pittsburg. :00 A. M. Bacchalauieate Sermon. 1:30 P. M. n.i P.M. Ball Game. Commencement L. .SPECIAL MUSIC Hackworth-Johnson. AN ATTRACTIVE FEATURE. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. Dr. McCRORY'S LECTURES ARE UNEXCELLED. Mr. Gran Hackworth and Miss days Johuson surprised their many friends by going to Lexington Thursday where they were married by the Eid. .1. T. Spencer of the Central Christjau church. They then went from Lexington to Cincinnati where they spent a few days and returned to this city Sunday afterJUollie noon. The bride is one of the teachers in the city schools and is a most estimable young lady. The groom is general manager of the street, at Winchester, two Sunin each month, and often travels a distance of a. hundred miles1 or more to hold services He has performed more marriage ceremonies and conducted services at more funerals than any other Kentucky minister. Elder Harding has retained his physi cal and mental activity to a re markahle degree, and enjoys splendid health. Elder Harding is well known in this county where he frequently preached in former years. Boys' Corn Club. Forty-nine Legume Crops and the Nitrogen Supply. 1 Lumber Company's big store in this city and is a young man of model morals and sobriety. Each one may congrat-- ' ulatethe other on their choosing ti helpmate. They have the best vvishes of their many friends in Hliis city and Powell county. 'Swaun-Da- y . m boys in Powell '.... ' . v x 14 v Elder James oldest native xborn .cjtizen of that, city colebrat-- " birthday d' liis eighty-nint- h Harding has Moti(lay. Elder ,,vwhat'xifiithought to be the most ren.infkihle' record of any man in Mlie StiiWv'He has been actively .engaged jn tlie ministry for sev-- v Neilivv.jelafs, v A' Winchester iW. Warding, the dd Minister. county hsve joined the corn club and will compete for prizes. We hope to see some of our boys gain a mark and break the record, if not for the state' or union, for the county. This means more than 100 bushels must be grown on an acre. We have been told fifties that 8omerime.babkih-tIion a plat of land where this town now stands, one hundred bushels waB produced on one acre and this corn won a premium at the Lexington fair from both the point of quality, and quantity per acre. e r i The Winchester Democrat comes out this week in a new powerful 'sermons at the dress of type having installed a Churclr'.'of. oJlirist. on Fairfax new linotype. and even now preah-- , Spring Millinery jreceked'frpm j the city which combines the newest Styles and lowest prices. SHES r- AT FIRST COST. to get room for new goods vsu'll - V '.r ' $5bo wortflof Shoe have been marked down lo ,,hYsl coil . intder yx'' coming in. In this sale alsobe included a lot of HATS and CAPS. W9 Fiexe s . your:.- -' ' M op potttmtty to ll"or save some nnml It 1. come, lV hrst serve d. SBIMF.ESSEL s. . There can be rib doubt that the over their condition during greatest deficiency of Kentucky the winter but the rains kec ji soils is nitrogen, r A deficiency of them in a very bad condition. one element of plant food limits The indications are uow for late crop prbductioivaltlinugh all the crops on the river on account of other elements might be present so much wet. The low bottoms in abundance. Hence the greathaving been flooded again tlm est single factor in restoring our week. A great deal of upland soils to fertility is increasing the was planted in corn last week. nitrogen supply No orie, not even the fertilizer manufacturer, deficient in phosphoric acid to now contends that nitrogen can produce large crops of legumes. be profitably bought in commerThis statement applies to nearly cial fertilizers in quantities reall our soils outside the Blue quired by crops. There is only Grass region. one source from jvhich nitrogen Any one interested in the quesmay be economically obtained in tion of soil fertility may obtain sullicient quantities, and that is literature upon the subject by from the air tby the growing of addressing leguminous crops (clovers, cow Geo. Roberts, peas, etc). Enoungh legumes Agronomist, Kentucky Agriculmust bagrowrb.tUon-t- a tural Experiment Station, Buppiyunrogen yi me son ror an 'thVieatInfh'e Lexington, Ky. the crops that cannot obtain it PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. from the air) (such as corn, wheat, etc.), and to replace that Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths ol which is constantly being lost in each month. the drainage waters. The nitro-ge- til lime or limestone has been Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. supply cannot be kept up by supplied to correct sourness. Almerely growing legumes in the so many Kentucky soils are too Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. rotation and harvesting them and not returning the manure in good condition. Two thirds of the nitrogen of the manure is excreted in the urine. This is generally lost. As manure is usual& ly handled by throwing it out in piles, two thirds of the nitrogen of the solid manure is easily lost Ky. by heating and leaching in from four to six months. Ordinarily not more than one third to one We carry a full lino of General Merchandise and sixth of the nitrogen in the feed is returned to the soil consumed are selling the goods to cur large trade in the manure. In order to keep up the nitroand they tell us they are gen supply there must be an of legumes in the rotation, and all manure produced must bo carefully saved aud returned to the soil. The most, praotical way to haudletho manure is to use sullicient bedding to absorb the urine, and then spread J the manure as fast aB made. It You can do the same thing. If you are not is generally spread on the sod to already one of our many pleased customers, be turned for corn, but it may come round rome day and give our place a bo spread on meadows a year before breaking for corn. When it look through and let us price you some of our is impossible to remove the mangoods. They willopen your eyestoan opportunity. ure it is safest to allow it to ac cumulate in the stalls. In case it must bo piled outside the stalls it should be closely compacted to exclude the uir, aud protected od froni rains, either by capping with straw or by a shelter. It may bp necessary now and over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live fjfi then to turn under a legume crop in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" in order to keep up the nitrogou supply. The following rotation is used on the Experiment Sta . tion Farm : First year, corn with cowpeas sown at last cultivation. When the corn is removed the peas are disked in and the ground sown to rye for a cover crop. Second year, the cover crop is turned under, followed by cow peas or soy beans. When these are removed the ground is disked and sown to wheat for the third year crop. Clover is sown in wheat for the fourth year crop, if the clover fails, as it often does, the ground is broken as soon as the wheat is removed, and thoroughly prepared for clover, which is seeded about August 20th, along with a little timothy. ThiB gives a good crop of hay the next year and avoids breaking up the regular rotation We believe that it pays to seed the clover after the wheat is removed, although it takes a little extra labor, as the stand is much surer than when seeding with spring. The manure produced is put on the clover sod. On many soils legume crops cannot be successfully grown un- Used to Bad Roads. Our people have about got tried to the bad roads and seem tr not be kicking so much. Of course there is a slight improve-men- t n sssssraram WALDRON JOHNSON, Waltersville, Saving Money. 1 Send Us Your Orders if s V 4' X . Lo'dslature." Harrodsburg Times are pouring out some hot shot at Gov. McCroary Beckham. and I'UHMSHEP VEKY THUltSDAY. McCrcaryand Deck-haGovernors are acknowledged by citiSubscription rates 81 a year or three of this state as being two zens years in advance S. the best Governors overbad, and .1. 15. Hnrghcr, Publisher. they certainly have honored the imum. Courier-Journas mail matter. Democratic party and crowned Kntered as The troubles of the Republic ! it last fall with the best victory party in Kentucky are not the May !), 101S. ever won in Kentucky by any Thursday, only practical troubles in tliis nsirtv in the past quarter century. disrupters of the CLUB RATKS. there state. The old With the Courier-Journa- l with Ollie James as a leadFor the convenience of our sub- i's just thing wrong with these party is doing all they can to disparscribers, we liave arranged club rates of anti- - er with the following papers at prices men, they are advocates age the present state administra hquor Kentucky. Editor Henry below mentioned : tion together with some ot!er Watterson is one of the greatest loyal Democrats of the state The Times and Courier-Journ1.00 men Kantucky ever produced. no 1.10 We specially admire him because Their words, however, are Cincinnati Enquirer more to the party in these days 90 Louisville Herald of his independent writings, but heavy it Home and Farm 75 thing, that is of enlightenment, than the it Inland Fanner 1.00 he is wrons: in one rains we have had this week :re !0 the whiskey question. We know American Fanner back. a " Southern Agriculturist To he is wrong. lie says you cannot to duck's legislate temperence into anyone All those hard things that Ta ft "After nottinc control of the One thing we do know from ex and Teddy are saying- about'each Republican State Central Com- nerience. There is not f other are true because they are mittee the whisky people have as much liquor drunk in local op qualified by experience to know now turned their attention to the tion towns as in wet towns. and what is more, the republican Democratic side of the proposiUntil somethins further comes party is worse than either. Detion, and are usiiif: every ellort to our knowledge we willcontin mocracy the glorious Democrato put John W. Stevenson, of ue to support t ho uovernors in cy, the reincarnation of thegieat Winchester, at the head of the anything they may ask for and Thomas Jefferson the greatest organization. The temperance will feel sure they have the best statesman in all ages will clothe people of Kentucky need not rest interests of the people and the our Government with justice and in fancied security. WatchfulDemocratic party at heart, the incorruptability after March 1th ness is as much necessary now as venomous enmity and charges of next year. ever as it is conceded that a most and the powerful Courier-Journa- l determined attempt will be made It looks like Roosevelt and gang to the con the whiskey at the next session of the Legi- trary. way they Clark now from slature to repeal or modify the primaries and are carrying the '" ' county unit law. As we have The censue figures show that conventions. said before some people are illiteracy is decreasing in Candidates who flirt with Wall against a recall of judicial deIt is not vanishing at so secretly street should be careful not to be cisions, but are working rapid a rate as the friends of ed- caught. of the people to have a decision ucation could wish, but it is gorecalled. Look well as to the ing, nevertheless, and there is F kind of men you send to the enough evidence of educational W'KKK.) m l. THE TIMES. isville The Courier-Journa- l nnd Lou- the meantime there is constant improvement in educational facil ities for both racer. This good record must be maintained until there are good schools every where there is need for them at d until the percentage of illiteracy is brought to an irreducible min- hnnoia-bl- e Champ'ion' is all right match and believe him perfectly in all business1 transactions and ed with the best of Republican any obPresidential timber, but the financially aMn to carry out ligations made by hN Arm. Times can see in the Democratic Valding, Kimum fc M irvin. rank better timber than the Wholesale Druggist,Tilcdo,( . Oscar W. Underwood, Mis-souria- and second-elus- Hall's Catarrh Cure i taken inupon' the ternally, aacting stance. of the blood and mucous surface Teddy captured Maryland, it Testimonials scat free. system. is claimed, by stirring up the ne?.)( per bottle, hold by all had Price groes in Baltimore. They Druggists. forgotten the Brownville. episode for Take Hall's Fan, ly Pillsand of course the Colonel didn't memory about any- constipation. stir their thing but what, would help him. Woodrovv Wilson for in- uMp-ctl- y i - al The old saying "He's too bis: (Vr ln'a 'hritf bps' " is about as ap plicable lo Ollie James as any-- 1 one we know of. Tedd the Jreat Safe .SL ESSE? fl&g; (Vgv G'Jrjnl.-cilt-c (rei.i, hc!ir.li!t,;i.ru !'!. i notwithstanding. How's This? ' We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward, for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca- tarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the lad L years. 1 1 j Dir. !ODl . 1'rla.rM It.Kll.h ft p.K. lI.ry 1 Dhv. Fftflr I'.hh... 1 DfcK. rulttrton ll.ri.t ll.ii pl. FflMnnc; r.rix TiiiR.fo . . FOR 10 CENTS will sotiil puMlMlit our s:r.eia I un(rlrlT..'-,N4MNnrtlu-rnr.t'-e- otfc;: , vr IP-- - i'n 13 lulclLltboIn Hnr .!. 1363 4rrr.l.l ... . vrrrtmi V, . . n.. . 1". 01 IMt am one-hal- -- nt 10 Writs tml.rl r.r.t. It li'ln r.i.i-upa"llnc fti'J r.c.1,- - tW ah l.r r . r JiM) Kt. I'.ol;f,.i-.i- Ilinon- STOP X LOOK That more hard service is required of the Shoe than any,, article of other Clothing? t.'-- e Ken-tuck- Did it Ever Occur to You urnace. Lea- Those who know John M. Stecandhliite for State' venson, Chairman oP the State Democratic Committee, know best how untruthful is t,he above statement. What, puzzled us is what prompts the 1 eader to make such a false allusion to 'Mr. Stevenson, who is known to be a man of the hi moral arid christian character, and an :ttorney who always solemnly cliuiis to every degree of honesty and fairness in his What the wide law practice. jrh-est Leader say.4 of the Kepublican party is doubtless true, but there is no sembltnice of truth in its' statement relative to the object i f support of Mr. Stevenson. The (.ienoral Methodist Conference at Minneapolis has passed an order allowing its- members the privilege of playing cards, gambling, daucinu and etc. Had just as well revoke such rule as most all of church members ure guilty of there unbecoming acts. They are all wrong juid no should be allowed membership of u Christian church when participating in such amusements. However, it it better to l oth whites and blacks, and in Box !)'.), revoke the rule than to not en- force it as do the churc.hes of r Olay City. It is had when'iiieni-M- r V I. Ml nors win uoii restrain uieiuseives for the sake of their chinch, but it is critical when such members I .1 persist in dictating what their it y- church shall do and proceed to Take care that you do not underestimate 'he. valuej, of run the whole push both church j money deposited under our interest plan. Its growth is and Sunduy school. Self sac. ; rapid. Be careful and deposit systematically a portion rilicu, piety, modesty and discretion uru true elements of of your earnings. Their growth is certain. church membership, and the abf Start them growing here now. sence of either will handicap the work of any such members. - per-mi- u advancement muwa ricuiue. general gratification. in In 1S100 there was reported We are bavin" plenty ofTain. Kentucky a total numderof ilThere are several cases of n ea- literates over ten years of ago of sles in this vicinity. c .. ...... ... ... ,.p i ii t U,!Mt till l in a pujiiiuiiniii in O. K. Nolan, of Irvine, was at 38.),(185. In 1910 the censue enu merators found 208,014 illiterates' this place Tuesday. in a total population of 1,722,(1-1-1Miss Maggie Smith spent Sun-daThe percentage of illiteracy with Miss Maude Messer. which was 1(1.5 in 1900 and deGeo. Lylc and Win. Adams clined to 12.8 in 1910. were in Clay City on business The fact that there were fewer Wednesday. illiterates by nearly 55.000 in Mrs. Minnie Miller visited rel1910 than were reported in 1900 atives in Stanton Friday and shows that our illiterates are be- ing reduced at the rate of more Saturday. than 5,001) a year, and is most Misses Mary and Georga How-arencouraging. The campaign for were the iiuests of Miss Jes-siefbettor education is having its Wireman Saturday night und fect. It may not he possible to Sunday. wipe out illiteracy entirely. Older Commonwealths than ours are unable to do so, but there is manifest hope here in Kentucky A great fertilizer, and a hardy of cutting down the percentage vigorous forau'o plant for hay and to a figure, which will put Ken- picture. Will grow in any soil, tucky several notches higher on even in rooky places. Can be sown the educational scale and enable with spring oats, or sown alone in her to occupy a position among May for meadow, anil sown in yvith Prices the most progressive States of the corn at the last cultivation. qrow it of seed, and circular how to union. sent on request. Illiteracy is decreasing among BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. 1 ,, , . (liAST, r . . y That Wearing Qualities combined with Style and Comfort, should always be considered first? For 20 years we have been supply ing hundreds of satisfied customers. d e Wear Right. Right. Look Right. See SWEET CLOVER Priced Them. Mrs. J. W. Williams. USE . . I I Carerumess nvi ju MILLS FliOTJF IT "RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves pood homemade bread when she uses the PlCAHIi Hour. Its uniform quality and exeellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around Hour on the market and yivesyour breud that, temptinir mid delicious lluvor that alwaysdeliyhtH the 'over ol good bread when, you use the 4 The more promises a man makes the more lie doesn't keep. not bolieve all that everv ca. 'nl.t'i tells you. f) Clay City National Bank,. Made VRMlb Hour. CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. by J. ANDREW CAIN", Versailles, Ky. THE TIMES. AS ALL. HOME-MADE PAPER. II L. Twymnn, of Winches The whippowil has sounded ter, was here two days this week his Spring note, but he was too late to give the usual warning to Ora Snowden, of Mississippi, farmers to plant corn as they is visiting relatives in the conn had already begun ty. EgRS For Sate. oOa per Barred Plymouth IJo-setting. Brown Leghorn, 7fm per setting. White Leghorn, $1 per settinu. Kggs guthcred after order is re ceived. Mrs. Nettie Welch, Clay City, Ky, k, Nature's lawn ore perfect if only we ohry them, bat disease follows disnberH ence. Go straight to Nature (or the cure, to the forest; there arc mysteri there, y some of which we can fathom for you. Take the bark of the tree, with mandrake root, Oregon grape root, stone root, queen's root, hlnodmot and golden seal root, make a scientific, glyceric extract of them, with just the right proportions, and you have Wild-cherr- NATURE'S LAWS. It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance LOCAL BREVITIES. THURSDAY, .... The Demons of the Swamp DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. of two learned chemists and pharma cists, many months of hard work experimenting to perfect this vegetable alterative and tonic extract of the greatest efficiency. May , 1912, Miss Kate Daniel is visiting her brother, Frank Daniel, at Lexington. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams were in Lexington lust week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Groves, Buys Car Load of Tile. of Cincinnati, are visiting rela tives in the city. Miss Lncile and Topher Danie are visiting relatives in Mis souri. Grover and Bert Harnett of R. li. 1, Mt. Sterling, were heve on making laud instead of a large business the first of the week. R. W. Helps a Judge in Bad Fix. ry Williams thirty head of feed Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis er cattle for October delivery at Mills, Tenn., was pleinly worried. five cents per pound. Auams nas received a car load of tile and will lay the same on his farm this spring and this fall. Other farmers of the county should follow suit as there are hundreds of acres that would yield line crops, but as they are these fields are too wet and only need tiling to be money J' r. are mosquitoes. As they sting they put deadly mnlnria germs in the blood. Then follow the icy chills and the fires of fever. The appetite flies and the strength fails also malaria often paves the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria germs from the blood ; give you a fine appetite and renew your "After long suffering" strength. wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "three bottles drove nil the malaria from my system, and I've had good health ever since." Beet for all stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50c at all dealers. Mr. C. W. 1'awi.p.v, of Mlllvlllo, Calif.,wrlt"s : " I wish to toll you that I lisivn usod your ' Uoldmi Medical Discovery' in my family for twenty years. Wo have had a doctor called In but onto during that time. I hav! a family of ten children, all well and hearty, for which, to a great extent, wo own thanks to you and your Ooldeti Medical Discovery ' and ' Pellets,' which wo use when sick." C W. Pawley, Esq. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. tiny (ranules. Suitnr-coute- When in Need of Garrett has sold to Een swamp. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, down the throat of a "eapey'' chicken destroys the wormi and saves the chick's life. A (:w dropi ir. the drlnklnc watei had sore on his leg had bullied Mesdaines G. Shimfessel, T. G. several doctors and long resisted ull White and Luther Loving spent remedies. "I thought it was a Tuesday with the former's daugh cancer," he wrote. ''At last I uster, Mrs. S. T. Hall, at Stanton. ed Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and Cures Don't fail to attend the Com- was completely cured." burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises mencement at Stanton College next week. This is an institu and piles. 25c at all dealers. tion that is worthy of and should CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera uul othir chick diseases. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write One 50c Botfle of receive encouragement at the hands of every person in Powell county, Fruit and Shade Trees! Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. lcep a bottle ol Every poultrv raiser sho-i'ri:- for free sample this medicine on l and and Booklet on "Discuses of Fowls." Address, - Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, 2 The May crop report of the STRAWBERRY PLANTS Department of Agriculture, issu ed, discloses unfavorable condi drape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, tions. Winter wheat will produce Roses, Peonies, Phlox. 00,000,000, bushels less than last Everything For year as the result of the severe ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. winter weather. I0UBB0H REMEDY COUPAUY, LeLdjtCD, Kj. Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried nnd I have been in the poultry business for forty years. Mrs. Geo. E. ltapicr, Bards-towKy. n, NO AGENTS. Ed Callahan has been assassi FREE CATALOG. nated some more. This time he SOLO BY H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, was shot through the body one Lexington, Ky. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, bullet tearing its way through one lung and penetrating near the heart. Late reports say he will survive these wounds as all : preceding ones. I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two years and I just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not huh a case of gapes since I began using it. jura. v, tojiracey, uasuer ville, Va. (1 KY. Winched er, - rvv. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. i We invite you to call and see our new stock of Spring and Summer Goods and get our prices. You are also invited to call and see and get prices on any thing else that you may need. We try to keep every thing the people wnnt. Every one should he interested in learning where they can get the most for their mon- FERTILIZE What Texans Admire is hearty, vigorous life, according of San Antonio. Hugh "We find," ho 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-auliver and kidney troubles. 25 cents at all deurers. h, YOUR CORN It Certainly Pays Low Prices Fresh Goods Special Price on Fence for Few Days. ey, and where they can get merchandise that will hest suit them a little It takes time to look around and satisfy yourself as to Dies at Asylum. Barbara Venters, died at ii the usylum at Lexington Saturday. Burial at the Mt. Canaan nillikah Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. ohurch Sunday. Funeral services by Elder Florence before burial BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, of the Christian chinch, LexingTYPEWRITING. ton. Deputy County Clerk W. (5. Frazior is a son of Mrs. Ven-torThis school has turned out hun Messrs. Ora, Vallin and dreds of men nnd women who Struudur Snowdeu are also sons are successes. It will make of Mrs. Venters by another Mar- a success you. Mrs. s. Bedford & Tuttle, w,ncheuCKy. CAPITAL stock, $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 200,000 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 atwhere this place is, tention to every thing, but will mention the following lines which we want you to know that we carry. we "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favoiite" Shoes for Women have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid "Walk-Over- " ran WlNOHESTKR BANK. OP WlNOIIHTBR, KV. fcj and shiny leathers in shoes (boots) and low cuts. 3 shoos for Men we have them in all the new of Escapes an Awful Fate. A thoUHiunl tongues could not Write for Catalogue. 3 N.HOU.Y WlTUEIIHI'OON, PRKSi E W. R. Si'UAH, Oasuibr. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUOITGD jj express the griinitude of .Mrs. J. E. Cox, of Juliet, III., for her wonderful deliverance from an awful fate. "Typhoid pneumonia had hft me with u dreadful cough," nlie writes "Sometimes I hud snub.' uwful coughing spells 1 ihouirhl 1 would die. I could get no help from doc tor's treatment or other medicines till I lined Dr. King's New Discovery. 'But I owe my life to this wonderful remedy for I scarcely cough at all now." Quick and sufe, its the most reliable of all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle L'uu run teed. fiOo and 81,00. Trial bottle free at ull dealers. 4 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 colors and latest in make-up- , take measures for Millinery Goods made-to-ord- suits, and guarantee a perfect fit. SEEDS Kmw BUCUttVS SUBS. SUCCEED I our Women's, 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 bave you money. See our lines of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, SPECIAL OFFER:Willi A trial IM fcU4. . Baas TOU our pcrnuawt cuuomtr. 4H7ASAMTKM BIm. TO ' Wrm todays mtU. Meaton tM it Sm4 ftHr. J A waamv aw wativj a w4 t vrtw iirtii mmwn swsIm sa4 nwin taU vslaaM ayipaia. luiwawrwiia mt jitimi m L Electric Bitters Soccc.4 whMt everything else faJa. In Bwvoua prostration and female woaWiMiei they are the supreme Bain coats, Work Pants, Trunks, Machines, Buggies, & Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing etc, & etc. In fact see us for any thing you need, as we can save yon money. Watch for our special sales days ad, in other columns of this paper. taut sU tfcMi la. Basi TrtMjtt H.W, Mm, 'mLi Wst. v FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE? fc it ttw beet medicine ever told over a druggist's coaster. MMay, as tkoasanda hav. teetited. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Dr. Porter on the Titanic. Dr. J. W. Porter, pastor of tho first Baptist church Lexington ;md editor of tlio Western Recorder in his sermon in his church Sunday speaking upon the sinking of the Titanic among other things said : "Our last and only consolation is, that 'all things work together for good to them that loved Ood, and to them who arc the called according to his purpose.' Let us at least, strive to learn some lasting lessons of living from this NOTES e FARM MBiDOWBROOK Sheep are cowrort lovers and the with young calf. man who neglects to provide them office. with good, dry shelter makes a costly error. . For sale, splendid milk cow Apply ut this OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Farm DraiA Tile Mako Your Wet Land Productive. fit-I- Irregularity In feeding that Is, a good ration one day and a poor one tho next, will play havoc with tho best of cows. Peach trees can be planted any time between last nnd first frost; the earlier In the winter they are planted the better. NOTICE. '''I unspeakable misfortune. "Picture, if you please for a moment, the passengers in this tloating palace, soundly sleeping in their beds of luxury and ease, dreaming of loved ones far away. Without warning, by a mighty crash, they are awakened, soon to learn that they must leave a sinking ship to grapple with the dangers of the powerful but pitiless sea. Only a short hour and the ringing laugiter, the spark ling champagne and the voluptuous dance made merry the fast Hying moments." "After all the most heartless and hopeless feature of this calamity, it is thought, that from a human standpoint at least, it might have been easily avoided. Speeding at well nigh the speed limit of ocean travel, surround- County Judge and County at torney of Powell county: You are hereby notified thalhe undersigned will on Snturdav May Rape Is popular with hogs. 25tht 1912 make niotirn befdrejffiy Very fat fowls are poor layers. Commissioners of parole at Frlirk-for- t, Ky. for a parole for Chaw A horse suffering from colic should be kept quiet. Frazicr, who was convicted at the Powell CirruitYjourt Asparagus may also be forced near March term of 1910 for a period of five year for cellar furnaces. Mary FrSzier. man slaughter. As tillers of the soil, earth worms April 22nd, 1912. """"""7T constitute a great army. Put kerosene on the roosts frlquent-ly to keep down chicken lice. Teach the colt to eat a mixture of oats, wheat bran and linseed meal. There is something In the first milk that the calf needs, and should have. Itemembcr to treat your cow with consideration in these days and nights. The demands on the foal's diges tive system for nourishment Is very T7T By the use of dinin tile ynu can mih-p- y turn that low, wet, us. less, productive into the most iotd tile. spot o" your farm. Aipropetiv pinca, urn. nrny cunn-- f nrL.'....l...," ifX.l.Uitc.uir tit tinFsoll and niiikes?it .. msJ to work . h Designs tti. itimriivi'ti iiiiUW . Mff .... 7 rr . Mil f Anrone lending a nkelfh nnd description mnj in tho viiluo oTTin- - Jy.b1 i" niiiliy Qillcklr ascertain our opinion freo whether an Invention Is prohnbly rwtentMile. Communis. time.-- the coot of tile tile, 'fiftr IrVi.trlitllvMntldAiitlnl.'MAimRQOK oil 'utrnts DuleiiM. tent free. Oldest apencf for iecurln Co. rocetre ye.ir'x crop from tiled lmi'1 pay 'l..tnfa'tkAn tBrnuiih Alum! A tptctiil notice, WlOiofatobaWP.4" "o for it. Any bodv can do the work successfully. Write for particuT.nnr'est elr- lars or ei'll nt oil plant. A r&.dionjdfcJlhif trte(l weekly. urnm, o .ciilatlon or ny aoiemion jnurruu. rlewrteaUirii. a t n ill.' 11. Bold blt . wpn nvp.r t1 -t KvmK v. 1 h 4-'- - -tMcCairl-Mgazinj- .Company, ri t : and ic. ilio Mtl Patterns rolinlTITr-Kajilii- on Iftapwiua. or patterns. rMcOall's Have More Rkftids tluWarijr oilier Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. A new kindof cane that, DOUBLES THE "HELD of Molasses and, improves thetFuRi-t- -clearer ity 100 per cent. .Molaiu than anv other kind andmucn bet ter tasted. Once planWid.o o'tliFHkind of cane will ever be grown your place for eyrup. Price $X'10' t more per gtillon forecd. than pleased will refund.your itiOU" " J. W. MIZEt " ey. i rVaughn's be seen .and sample ofi Seed can molasses examined at the Tini.eg i niqathty in one million onE mrmkedj each Issue IS rlin-- t storic'ii arid helpful -, Guide ;Hou3 matter to a for ona medicine and have the wrong one given ycu. For this reason we urce you m buying to W eful to eet the rrcnuinc iiTTrrtiTTi Tiiformatton.forw:oTTreTT- ... Mnn.. " Black-dpaugH- T tiuKlfean.tn Slvla bv siiEH" I I including any oT)!o only 50 centra-yew- ,, the celebrated McCail Pjtternilrw, McCall Patterns Lead all others In styJeH fit, limnlicity, economy1 arB miniBtr sola. 4 Me medicine ' .,(,jn -- Meaiciae" tf ftereputapon"oTtfii3-ole reUa-'- S tat )con;tip9t,ion, In- medicine: ''If-.no- great A flock of ewes rightly handled ed by a field ot icebergs, of which ollicerj of the ship were well should produce 125 per cent, ot the " u;"' McCALL'S.lVlAGAZINE 238r6tV. 37h St, lWYork Citj;, rvwn n Jnaii Copy, Hlrr ull MrCill Patfertti'tAaadny Jio makes combined.; i Nyne higher than I5cenis. imytrom ypj acaitr, wi ri riirf v ntnmm mi" .others, or it would noLbc the fa. vorite liver, powder, with' a "larger Balet than, all others' combined. s'o'iiy tii TOWN F2 1 Mill,-Ky- aware. ., "Yet in spite of this they sped It Is the Income from each sheep office. '"l-i- .. .. on 'into the mouth of death and that should determine the value of the flock. the jaws of hell.' Truly it was. 'New York, heaven or hell in Every progressive keeper separates honey from the dark five days.' The speed craze that the fall honey. lias taken possession of many of our people is scarcely less than a Unless the bird is extremely valu form of insanity, which accord able the ax is the best remedy for a sick chicken. FatfebtMMU ing to its degree should merit ice eiclnilTelT. Send I rent In stamps for InTaraable book, off the penitentiary br the lunatic The cow that Is allowed to fall on NOW TO OITAlMnKl BILL PATKNTS, Which one will par. llow to Ket vpartner, asylum. Life has become the in her milk flow Is seldom made to reuiDie uuonnauoou gain it at a profit. of our commodities, cheapest D. CO. Skimp your sheep on good pasture I lie scarcity or iiteuoats was skimp WashlWttoft. G.J, quite suflicient to account for the and they willways. you on mutton. 5,303 Seventh Works both fearful loss of life. There w is plenty of room for Rabbits do great damage to young swimming pools and other forms trees during winter, especially when snow covers the ground. of amusement, but no room for 2AS"l"J nJ the very things that would have The use of fruit is a great help MAI IHJ 15J laj toward keeping In good health, and saved sixteen hundred lives." more of It should be grown. a.- -"A spirit of degenerate luxu ' --It's a mlsiako to expect tho miracu ry is fast taking possession of lous or abnormal from your cows. Bet e our people. It is this mm 8 ter make them work naturally. spirit that caused tiie downfal If sows are expected to raise a fall of Babylon, Persia, Greece and P.KjilONABlfr'W' Rome. It is a fact that no na litter. It Is best to wean the spring pigs at from 8 to 10 weeks old. tion ever perished from poverty, THE MEliraAul VEBSTEHl. but the shores of time are strewn When there is good stuff In the feed with tho wreckage of those that box the heifer soon learns to be a thought, flelrl c: good barn cow when night comes. . TIM only have been lost through degener- tfit.dn'and ate luxury. With many ot us Do not try to winter the cows with nioRy'ycdti. ' .. l bran, the attainment of our ideals out grain. Wheat found valuable. nr,",',.!il!!d?flae3 over oo.ooo will be mil H.ZTO thin ever Wortl.ii would mean an ignominious be' 0 aM"aarcii bctwicn two CcrVrsj., (too i'at'ti. iooo death. At our own doors this li. .1. Mathews has been award '' godless spirit is manifest. It is it li thoon'diet'.onojy reported that live couples of this ed the contract for putting down El2HiS viiCi tho mw divided city recently disposed of $75 considerable side trucks for the A "Utroho oi Genius." pjj, Mr. L. V: E. at Winchester. worth of drink at one sitting." Dn!,n.n it is an encycloptuia in Pcpg Mathews is the present a tiaclo voiuiae. 1,1 "There is one thing about deutl in the Legislature from Rpraiio it a nconted by tho y, that 1 have always admired i Courti, fciohools ami this district. P::u m iuj ouo tmptciao auhas no pets, and plays no favor thority. ( ites. John Jacob Astor, with his u w'10 know3 H'ini Tv'ai-- ' 1.- -t ucccaa. Let us tell millions, and the pauper with his yc 1 aboa-- this r.aw work. 0. E. NowUirk was in Stanton penury, met on a dead level in this drama of death. The philos Monday on business. VTSIXt or sretan cf mwdlrtJ4r0. ipher and the man who earuei C t C.MEr.r.lAM CO.. .Mrs. Win. Alliens and children UtLUutttiisixr.rwerrtntrSiHt efpoUttaapf. his living with pick and shovel visited Cieore Lylo and family light-colore- d , lambs. Eitiit-Boiuid- .'" ' 'KireoUve.M'ay No.' 4,, ' Daily." n a 10U, . ,. Vest-lonn- No. "" Daily. Stiitionn. ' ..' No. 1, Daily A. M. No. " Hnily. P. M. 5::$f ,A...i, 7:90 '2':IT- 8.:0: , 1 ,2.:40 ,3:0,V '8:,Vf - pr:32 . T.exfnfVton,- A incliextcr, ,. j T;.' & EI. Junction, 'Irniiii Fieidf?,"-'-. . 8:o0 8:05 7:51 4:fi0 4:ot 4:23 4:05 8:50 :J:51 li :4 :i ::50 7 :J17 ' (H.ivy.ClTY', Stantoii, ' 1 :i':l.V SWIFT& I XZ.j; 'li :i'") 'H:l-'- . , Ho-sly- n, 7:10 7:05 0 :5!i c. :4:i 6 :40 :27 u :'.V Filson, Campton Jr.nctlon, "Natural Bridge, ..'IJorrent, O. &; 3 H golf-link- s, 9:'44 10 :04 . 10:A7. .11 :or, Benttyville Jet, K. :2o 0 :0:i r, :5 :Vi :fl :50 2 1 Junction, 5:10 5 :05 1:57 1:25 wimhT ttyiAWiii .w J ackson, self-sum- m, MM:: mi im'hismmihim- :.. ml oiUU-jo- Quicksand, CONNECTIONS. No. 1 will nmke connection at Lexington with Train ,the L. &. Us. lor Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains isos. 1, 2, li and 4, will make con- nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Uimpton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, Sum! IJ will make connection with the L. & A. Railway for lienttyvlllo. connec0 k K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 2, 6 and 4 win ninKeKy. and tion with Ohio & Kentucky Ruilway for Cannel Citj, O. & K. stations. CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. .1. 1, 11 .'25 corn-mea- . oll-mc- Couldnt Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. Finally, 1 tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. complaint. I was so our druggist advised Cardui for my thin, my weight was 115. Now, 1 weigh 1G3, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. 1 am in fine health at 52 years." h'epre-sentativ- e Furnace. i knmv no distinction in this cur nival in death uuddesolation." "But even the sinking of the Titanic sinks into insignificance when compared toother tragedies about us. Lust year America buried one hundred thousand drunkards, and yet how littl have- we heard of this gigantic - Siinduy. Mrs. Minnie Miller and Miss Cardui Woman'sTonic 8 We have thousands 0! such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable inntn nipilleino. for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak woman up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It Is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act nromptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. .Try HI Your druggist sells it. Write to: LadieV Advisory Dept. dulUnooji Medicine Co.. Ctutttnoot a. Ttoa, free. 58 book, "Home Trctintnt lor Women." lor Sfftclal lattructiotu. nd Jessie Wircman were tho uests of Mis. Sarah Adam Friday. who is nttomlr Mr. John ill! school at Stanton, spent Sat urday nnd Sunday with home folks. nnd !ljL"'iw iMillei's Orcek. Rrouddus. of ited their sister,' Mrs. Mayinti Nowkirk, from Satiinluy ti Monday Micine A KILL HtCOUC and WITH CURB he LUNCS Dr. King's PRICR Ho & kl.CC. Tr.al Bottlo fins LUKB TMUCLES daughter." Seed (or Sale. noil Hw uscewsry rop AN!) ALL THROAT AN Wo have sumo excellent seei m and cow peas for sale. Apply at iu. oiiii e. C8"f 3 TttKD BATISl'AOXOIlVl et v I... '01 11 - 'In 7. I 1 i, - "'fit