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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 16, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912051601_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 16, 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. i.iH) a Year In Advanc;. , , , We arc here to help Clay City, the SnrronnJing Coantry and Onrselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL." XVII. The Rev. Fuller Missing. The Kov. L. S. Fuller, who lee-- t CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY Wants Pension for home Guards. Durum the Civil War there were a bund of men in each neighborhood on the Union side known as the "Home Guards". They were not required to rgular service in the army but were used to iiell any mutiny of rebel sympathizers and were regarded bv these rebel sympathizers as outlaws. Rep resentative Langley is agitating a bill which gives each member ol these "Home Guards" a pension. per-for- MAY J9I2. Matt Conlee Dying. NO. 20 tired here Inst summer in the interest of the then pending local option election, has been strayed away from his home in Ohio for several weeks. II is son is thought, to have struck a trail of him in this state. A man giving another name has heen preaching in towns in counties along the ohio rive from Cincinnati to Louisville, and pictures of the Rev. Mr. Fuller are claim-ed ! by those who saw him to look exactly like the strange minister who was acting 'is one mentally unbalanced. Mr. Fuller lived at Lexington last fall when he was here. He was an earnest speaker, and while here made some very strong friends. Developments in Coal fields. To Sell Delinquents. Several railroads are building in the coal fields of Eastern Kentucky, and great, development of the timber and coal interests s are being made, Millions of are being invested, and an era of great prosperity is dawning on this hitherto benighted section. dol-lar- About time for the 6quash bugs to get in their deadly work, but theyjnay easily be trapped by laying shiugles near the plants. The bugs will be found under them early in the morning. . Clean Politics a prohibition journal, says Roosevelt is a drunkard, and wholly from a moral aud temperate standpoint, unlit for any otfice, much less the highest oflice in the land. Miss Ruth Tutt, of Wolfe county, is spending a few days with Mrs. Emerson Conlee. Miss is returning from Boven where she (has been attending college. Tutt Breathitt couuty has had published in the paper the names of all delinquent taxpayers. The list is being advertised for sale to the highest bidder at the Court House door at Jackson May 27. Powell county might also find it profitable to sell these delinquent accounts. Few delinquents even care to see their name exposed in print and will be spurred up to see the Sheriff and settle up to escape such unpalatable newspaper notoriety. other dirt roads. Modern road builders condemn Death of Mrs. Williams. the practice so mucli in vogue in Mrs. Olivia Williams, widow this county that; of filling up mud of Marion Willians, who was holes with brush aud then covertried on a charge of lunacy and ing it up with dirt, but we have sent to the insane asylum at Lex- seen.roads w.o(li;l,that way and ington .two weeks ago," was remain in fiueJ p'ndition tlieraf-te- r brought back last Friday in a for four ori five years. Of most critical condition and died course to fill tipse places up with She wus buried at rock is permanent' and much betSaturday. Jackson's Chapel Monday. ter, but the latter method reBefore mairiage Mrs. Williams quires a team on road which is an was a Miss Potts, sister to John item of expense while in this Potts of this city. She is surviv- county the allotment of road ed bv one child. hands can do the work with brush From the kind of matter that without any expense to the (bounhas been coming to this office re- ty in cash, aud at this time this cently marked on the envelopes a very important item with the and wrappers "personal" we are couuty. If our farmers do not take a beginning to wonder if all mail community interest in the imso marked really means to us provement of our roads aud put "no interest". tkor shoulders to the wheel we surely will remain stuck fast in the mud. - in our roads that are in dangerous condition, and to one living' in a county with a better road system than ours, it. would seem that something had to be done, but in Powell we have a way of getting along some how whether the roads be good or bad. 41 1 is now too busy a time with fanners to do anything else but put in their crops which already are late, but soon as possible they should be looked after by the various overseers. No earth road can be maintained in good condition unless it be kept freer from ruts and holes. The best way of mainis by the taining an earth-roasystematic use of the road drag a most simple and valuable instrument which has' never yet beeu introduced in Powell county. A sand road is always best when wet, and for this reason should not be drained as other roads should be. Clay mixed with sand makes the best of all Maintenance of (Jood Roads. l Here are some mud Holes Matt Coulee is lying at his home in this city in a very low stage with no hopes for his recovery. He has locked bowels. He was yesterday taken to a Lexington hospital, but was brought back, the doctors there srying his case was a hopeless one. Just as we go to press we learn that Mr. Conlee died this morning at about ten o'clock and that burial will take place at Mt. Tabor, Estill couuty, by the side of his first wife. Fish Playing. Fish have been playing for several days but it has done the local fisherman no good as the riv er has all the time beeu too high to seine or drag aud the fish can spawn without being molested as they should each year. Nothing is more destructive to fish than to kill them while playing on the shoals Leading Candidates. Hon. J M. Stevenson, of Win Chester, Ky., who has announced for the oflice of Chairman of tin Democratic State Central and Executive Committees, to be chosen at the State Convention on the 291 h of May. He is u Square-De- al Democrat. Fears Drouth. Some of our observiug farmer: are comparing the present sea- son with the summer of 1871, lioosevelt continues to lead in when a very wet spring was folthe race for the Republican nom- lowed by a dry summer, says the ination for President, and Champ Inland Farmer. Corn and tobacClurk is away ahead in the race co plauted that year in May made unless the Democratic throughout the month of Juno convention should stampede for aud none until nearly the middle Bryan which it is now likely of July. If it should be a simi-lu- r to do. case this year, it is now about time for the dry spell to set in, The rains, while hard on farmand we trust its duration will not ers getting in the corn crops, is beyond the usual limfine on meadows and pastures The extend far its that crops may recceivu propoutlook for a heavy crop of er cultivation and mature. seed is also very flattering. Thus most adverse conditions on Iho word is all along beiiif; one hand are made profitable on passed around, "swat the lly'" the other. while his numbers are few. blue-gras- s crops in Kentucky, it It now looks like Clark and excellent is said though there was no rain Roosevelt for the Democratic nomination. WALDRON & JOHNSON, I 5 New Spring Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Scraping Tobacco Beds. News from Eijdvville states Waltersville, Ky. We curry a full line of General Meruhandie If- - that during the past few nights fifteen tobacco plant beds were scraped by night riders, and the County Judge of Lyon couuty will offer a reward for tho capture of the culprits. People are and fa fcg are selling the goods to our lurge trade and they tell us tliov aroused by depredations. The School Superintendents of are KjJ SHOES AT FIRST COST. . Kentucky counties are in session at Frankfort how best to secure uni formity of methods in institute seventy-fou- r dis-cussi- Saving Money. You can do tho same thine;. ulreuily ono of our m:iuy Is 1 $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firSl coil in order to get room (or new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. Government has begun its suit to taking testimony dissolve the American Sugar Refilling Oompang, otherwise known as the Sugar Trust. President Taft has remitted the fines of eight Grant county tobacco planters convicted in tho tobucco euoes in Kentucky. May examinations for teachers will be hold at Stanton Friday aud Saturday of this week. Mies Maud Fletcher is visiting her auiit, Mrs. A. E.N Barnutt near Mt. Sterling. work. Tho If you arc not pleased ciiotonifcis come round roiue day and give oar place a look through and let us price you siune of our goods. They wlllopenyoureyei-touu opportunity. First come, first served. Send Us Your Orders jjf Pa over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live 1 fr sjj.1 SHIMFESSEL'S. Uly City or near our store we will "deliver ihegoodh" jj T. J. Douglas, of .'Levee, is in tho city today. THE TIMES. PUBLISHED VERT TBURSDAT.. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance 82. ! E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s Thursday, - mail matter. May 10, 1912. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices oeiow mentioned : The Times and Cojuer-Journal $1.00 " " " " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 "We favor Federal aid to state and local authorities in the con structiou and maintainence of post roads." This was a Democratic promise. It was a plank in the platform adopted by the National Democratic party at the Denver convention in 1910. pre-electi- This pre-electio- n promise, with nearly every other one made by the Democrats on the stump in the last, campaign, has been fulfilled. The Democratic House of Representatives has just passed the Shackleford to the Postoflice bill providing for an expenditure of from ten to eighteen million dollars annually for the construction and improvement of the nation's roads. The principle .on which it is proposed to spend this money is based on compensation to be paid by the Federal government for the use of roads traversed by carriers in the rural free delivery service, and is divided into three " classes, as follows : Class "A" The highest form of improved road in the country, for which it is proposed to pay $25 per mile per year. Class "B" A thoroughfare of high quality, but not equal to Class "A", for which it is proposed to pay $20 per mile per year. Class "C The ordinary road of the country, somewhat improved, for which it is proposed to pay $15 per mile per year. Sentiment in favor of road improvement with money now being wasted for fake commissions like theCanadian'Boundary commissionwhich exists solely to provide soft berths for lame duck politicians like Tawney of Minip nesota growing rapidly throughout the country. For many years the people who live in the farming communities, and in the smaller cities and towns, have felt that too much of the public money was being spent in the large cities. In the last ten years fully 90 per cent, of the public revenue has been spent in the cities, notwithstanding the fact that the people of the country have furnished more than half of all the money collected by the government. Neither tho states nor the national government will be the loser by generous expenditure for public road construction, for the money will ultimately come back through the increase in the taxable value of farm lands. Nor is that the only way it will come back. Whatever mukes for the agricultural development of the dirt country also aids other industries ty years and then suddenly goes in the land. All classes rely up- to work for the whiskey interests one cannot help but wonder why on good crops for prosperity. the change. There are, we should judge, If the "people" are furnishing one thousand farmers in Powell the money' to buy all the votes county. If these one thousand farmers would this year put in, for Roosevelt that is claimed to Rein addition to their other usual have been bought for him in publican primaries of late the crops, twelve acres each of cow conpeas and carefully save the seed "people" must, be in better dition than at first thought. they produce. There would be no less than 100,000 bushels of When the "peoples" candidate spend to cow peas for Rale in the county has so much money to buy vots it. is time for the "peonext year and they could easily be disposed of on the market next ple" to sit up and take notice. spring for no loss than $200,000 Powell county needs more Proor the county's wealth. gressives and less Standpatters At the same time these farmers and reactionaries. Progressives would have tons of the very best in the business world ; Progress peavine hay which would winter ives on the farms; Progressives all their stock and bring them in road building; Progressives in out in the spring in a much bet- the homes, and last but not least ter condition than they were in Progressives in politics. The the fall. All of this can be done progressive idea suits the Times with but little work and at the we think it should be localized same time leave the farmers in rather than nationalized. better condition for the peas having been grown. The best Taft and Roosevelt each claim land may be sown in grass and to have won the nomination. only the thin laud cultivated to After victory should always come get these results. The cow pea the shouting. "We can't see why as a money crop is to the farmers the continuance of war. of Powell county whst the wheat farmer has The "hayseed" corn and tobacco crops of our been in the rear this year berich neighbor counties are, if we would only take hold. Let us cause he didn't raise either the begin this year as too much val- hay or seed last year. uable time has already been lost. Mr. Roosevelt now mentions "my proposals". These are doubtThe Democratic party always less successors to "my policies". has William Jennings Bryan to fall back upon, and the revived That Federal steam roller talk to the possibility of his being makes some mighty discordant a dandidate seems to have stuck noises. a responsive chord in his breast. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. He has gone so far as to say that he would accept a nomination if Services 2nd and hd Sabbaths of each month. it were the clearly expressed wish Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenof the party that he should have ings. Si it. And why not Bryan? If TheRev. J. C. HanleyVlPastnr. odore Roosevelt, appropriating and advocating all of the famous Bryan policies is able to command a following in the heretofore conservative Republican party, the time seems to be ripe for the INTERNATIONAL Democratic party to put the fathDICTIONARY er of these policies before, the country and let the people decide THE MERRIAM WEBSTER The Only New unabridged dicwheither they want a safely tionary in many .years. Republican administraContains the pith and essence tion, an imitation of Bryauism,or of an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowlBryan the pure edge. An Encyclopedia in a himself. Springfield Union. single book. The Only 'Dictionary with the Dollars count for much with Pages. some people and far too much 400,000 Words. 2700 nearly 6000 Illustrations. Cost with most of us. We frequently half a million dollars. see some papers advocating one Let us tell you about this most remarkable single volume. thing today, and tomorrow an' par other thing just the reverse. The w4yj(Emmj, paces, l f,n,ple one-fift- h So me people are sadly lacking in good manners and regard for the feelings of others. By their illbreeding, wagging tongues anil lack of consideration they often do considerable harm to others, but tho harm they do to them selves is even greater. and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions awl financially aHe to carry out made by his firm. Walding, Kinnun fc Marvin, Wholesale l)ruggi8t,Toledo,(). Hall's Catarrh Cure in taken internally, aueting directly upon the blood and mucous ntirfueeH of the How's This? system. Testimonials Kent free. We .offer One Hundred Dollars Price trw per bottle. Sold by all Reward for any case of Catarrh Druggists. that cannot be cured by Hall's CaTake HmII'h Family Pills for tarrh Cure. constipation. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yeare, anyob-llgations SEEDS fresh. Reliable, .'lire Guannleotl to Plena Every 0rrtif r ami jMoniiernurowii!fa. SPECIAL SrFCR superior merl'nof SWEET CLOVER great fertilizer, and u hardy vigorous forase plant for Imy ami pasture. Will grow in nny soil, Can be sown even in rocky places. with spring oats, or sown alone in May for meadow, and sown in with corn at the last cultivation. Prices of seed, and circular how to crow it sent on request. A BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. PlatitersImuMtraltlic Ou- - 1 FOR 10 CENTS our FAMOUS COLLCCTION 1 kr. SO D.T Tan.t pke rri.ci. tuaiik l pit. MUn.li, Ol.rT . . 1 t pkr. Erly we will send poMpnlrt 10- Arr.i.frJ Cbh.v. nk. ,'all.rtan H.rk.ft foil m 11 T.rl.ll.l (Un lk..r !W. tft t ltf 10, Vrli bxl.Tt Sni1 g.lUar will, our I3G3 Mil, to ft.ln na In.truc.Ue I.IM lMM(.r. .n r..rJn Cm.l, K)u SI. Box 99. I!rltirtl, Illinois STOP! LOOK! That more hard service is required of Clothing? Did it Ever Occur to You the Shoe than any other article of That Wearing Qualities combined with Style ani Comfort, should always be considered first? WEBSTER'S NEW pro-gressi- For 20 years we have been supply-in- g dyed-in-the-wo- ol hundreds of satisfied customers. ,, Wear Right. Look Right. See whiskey people seem to bo getting many of our country editors as we see them running a class of matter that these people tried to get us to use. The Times is out. for legitimate business, and to those editors who are knows to be allied with the whisky interests it is all right, but when one sees a paper fiht for temperance and local option for ten or twen- - Elaf8 ticulars, eta. Name this paper and Priced Right. Them. we will and free a set of Pocket Maps Mrs. J. W. Williams. U8TC HOPE l&lhrrltaCf, Carefulness Take care that you do not underestimate 'he value of money deposited under our interest plan. Its growth is rapid. Be careful and deposit systematically a portion of your earnings. $ MILLS IT RISES AWAY ABOVIull ll'MI-t'h - ff H'liii 'mi'" til Itiitir Willi it i' yinitl Imii-i'- , M llllllll lu ll l.lfllll tIM. I'KAltl. Ili.nr. lie unii' mi I lit- i - !: ill' . Their growth is certain. ? Oil Start them growing here now. lllf i IIIMlkl'l lltill 'j'lVi 1 Vi'lir III. -- Clay City National Bank, Made by .J. ANDREW lluii lluil nhvis iin'l IiiivkI . v- i i f l uini ii.'ii i I r f .,. In- ci ,t In-i- i xi.ii ni. IK All. II..U- -, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. CAIN, "Versailles,' Ky. THE V TIMES. l'APKR. AIJi IIOMK-MAD- LOCAL IIJUSDAY BKEVITIKS. May HI, 1I2. sup-r- s Stniwherr.v mid 11:0 cream will soon lie in ordor. !. M. Mcl'lierson, of Winches-- , was in the city Monday. It. Hurst is very sick at his on Sixth avc'ttiie. I. mu .Vlix . MeGuirt', of St.. Selen, isiting his son, V. T. Mc- - 1 i. IJ. . t . I v rami, of Craigsvillo, Va., in th city from Saturday Tuesday. Kinersoii Coulee is all It is a bouncing hoy and a Air. mi.'-- '. ..n Mr... tin-- : .Monday, May IJJtli. (Maude (Jurr, city, 'out now .1. I.. Martin, of Vinton, was It came very nenr night but it didn't. The hero this week to visit his son, cool weather was welcomed in Dr. Martin, a few days. u hope that it was prestiuitm a dry .lohn Coulee, of Mt. Sterling, spell. was here this week to visit his daughter, Mrs. Win. 0. Martin, The Demons of the Swamp and son, Kinerson Coulee. As they stina nre mosquitoes. they put deadly miliaria germ in The continued wet weather is the blood. Then follow the icy putting farmers away behind chills and the fires of fever. The planting corn 111 the bottoms and appetite flies and the strength fails that is where the must of the also malaria often paves the way corn in this county is raised. For for deadly typhoid. Hut Electric more than the last three weeks Hitters kill and cast out the titular-ithe river has been bank full the germs from the blood: jjve you greater part of the time. n fine appetite and renew your "After long suffering" There are 8;j.),;550 pensions on strength. wrote Wm. Fretwell, of I.ttcama, Uncle Sum's pay roll account the civil war. This ti more than N. C, "three bottles drove all the 200,000 in number than there malaria from my system, and I've were soldiers enlisted on the had good health ever since." Best Confederate side. It is expect- for all stomach, liver and kidney ed that in thirty-siyears yet to ills. 50c at all dealers. to come there will still he survivors on the rolls according the rule of calculating the expectancy of life. frostim-Sun-day x Depend on Iter general health and freedom from pain. Many a woman looks old before her time because ot those irregularities which arc essentially feminine. Starting from early womanhood, she suffers from frequently recurring derangements If she be beautiful she grows into that mellow that upset her womanly health. age without wrinkles and crowfeet about the eyes or the blue circles underneath. It is invariably the rule that such women suffer little, or not at all, from womanly e derangements which sap the health and leave in the face the story of pain and suffering. Dr.H.V. Pierce, the famous specialist in the diseases of women, found a prescription in his early practice that soothed the organism peculiar to women-hoo- d oiled the machinery, as it were, of the human system and helped the woman to pass those painful periods that and aged her face. This remedy became the Ur. Tierce s I'avontc Prescription, that has benefited thousands of women and saved them from misery and suffering at different periods in life. tell-talscar-lined well-know- n A WOMAN'S GOOD LOOKS Hll3. 1'IEliCE. Mns. ItAr.Krt.Y E. flEriCE. of 211 rtrlKht Street. S.irnla. Ont.. writes : I nm now n well woman after nitlcrlng for threo years ami iloctorin?: with rc'cml diHt-rcndoctors, each ona gaying It was something different, and tho last one. after putting mo through a thorough rnri'imition, said I watt suffering from n growth, which. In time, would rwull In cancer, nnd said I would not live rnoro than two years if not opcr-nlc- sl upon riffht away. I liccamo hopelensly dtacoutnircd but weld not consent to thu or.trntlon as 1 was too w c.ik nnd too much afra.d, but&t last, through thondvlcoof a friend, I tried Dr. l'icrce's mcdicinu, nnd after using two liottics of tho Favorite Prescription' 1 imnu-IiaUl- y felt a change. I nlso used two boxes of 'Healing Suppositories' and eight lioxcs of txjtion Tablets,' and can safely praise tho name of Dr. ricrro's medicines to all who suffer from any female disease, for these mpiticlnm are all thevara claimed to bo. ami 1 hooa will heln others &s they have. hcliKxl mo." When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Horn, datmliter to Mr. and formerly of of .Miami, Helps a Judge in Bad Fix. T'MI. who was Deriehson, with paralysis some finckun ucrl;. ago, is very low and is not oxn'fted to get well. .1. IJ. Grace Shiinfessel is attending the Commencement at Stanton College this week and is tin iMit'st of her sister, Mrs. S. T. MU Justice Eli Cherry, of G.illis Mills, Tenn., was plcinly worried. A bad sore on his leg hud baflled several doctors and long resisted all remedies. "I thought it was a cancer," he wrote. uAt lust I used Uucklen's Arnica Salve, and was completely cured." Cures burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. 25c at all dealers. down the fir it of a "gapey" cMcltcn destroys the worms nnd savos the ' '.' life. A irinUing watci fs- -. drops n t" CURES and PREVENTS GAPES whlto diarrhoea, ro"i, choler a.rJ otUcrtMcI: diseases. Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write Bourbon Pe, MryGure Makes 12 (i:iUon; Every ponlrr v's' M' thin mv.lii.-- i ' One 50c Bottla of ; . 1MI. Address. Clyde Morton, of the V. M. Ky. Morton and Son, of Bo.ven, was liourlmn Poultry Cure is tin best in the city Monday and iiot some remedy I have over tried anil I have been in the poultry for forty jnl) printing executed at tfthis Orape Vine, Asparagus, Rhubarb, years. Mrs. Geo. K. Kupier, ollice. Ky. Roses, Peonies, Phlox. I have now nsertjlionrlion Poultry t Attorney General James Everything Por Cure two years and I just could not holds that all pension ORCHARD, LAWN and GARIJIIN. raise any ehiekens y ithotit it. I have not huh a case of aipes since 1 bewail lixed up for the old Confedusing it. Mrs. V. I'. Bracey, llaskor-illNO AGENTS. pensions FREE CATALOU. Vu. erates applying for ;ni n'nv 'must he without any cost to them H. P. HiHcnmeyer&Sons, c. shimfessel, clay city, ky. oilicial seals. for nd Hookiet on U.!."..s EOUabS'l Kt'JrwY tSK?. ' 1 I'.ards-towGar-netpa-per- Fruit and Shade Trees! 0 STRAWBERRY PLANTS ' Medicine. a k'P irtfobottlo ol I ,r sample Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, n, Winchester, - Ky. s e, Lexington, Ky. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, " Mr. T. G. White logethor with Dr. Martin took the former's little son, Hev, to Lexington Saturday where the child hud hoth SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. tonsils removed. The little follow had been a great suH'eror for piite a while with his throat. hat Texans Admire i hearty, vigorous life, according lltmh Tdhnitn, of San Antonio. "We Had," he writes, "that Or. King's XuwLifu Pills surely put new life' and energy in h person. believe thpy are the Wife and hest made." Excellent for. stom-aeliver and kidney troubles. '.Jo cents at all dearers. W 1 h, FERTILIZE Fresh Goods YOUR CORN It Certainly Pays Low Prices l We invite you to cull and set' our new stock of Spring and Siiininor CJootls and get our prices. You are alo invited to call and see and get prices on any thiny ele that you may need. We try to keep every thing the people want. Every one should he interested in learning where they can 'jet the most for their money, Special Price on Fence for Few Days. and where they can get merchandise that will liest suit them a little It takes I time to look around and satisfy yourself as to As stated above, we Bedford & Tuttle, ti BEmcianotgu where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know W,NCHES "Money saved is money made". every thing the people want. we want you to know try to keep at- We can not , though, here call Four childred of Georire Wat- Hillikan Business School, ri son, deceased, were taken last LEXINGTON, KY. 8100.000 'A K OAI'ITATj STOOIC. week to the Masonic Orphans' BOOKKEEPING,' SHORTHAND, K mviiiHn Homo at Louisville. Mr. Watikoi'its. 1:00.000 TYPEWRITING. son was a mem her of Stall'ord -- a Ilo Lodge, id' Miller's- Creek. TI1K 3 married a Miss Tipton, sister to Tli is school lias turned out hun3 Pi WiNCiircsTiu Paul Tipton, of near this city. dreds of men and women who 5 WiviMim-KnKv. are successes. It will inako mi Vernon Mclutpsh accompanied a success of yon. the childred to the Home. k f - tention to every thing, but will mention the following lines which that we carry. kid "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favoiite" Shoes for Women we have them in the now things in white, tans, dull finish, i i und shiny leathers In shoes (hoots) and low cuts. 'Walk-Over- '' Bank. shoes for Menwe have them we in all the new and low Wo . styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing make-up- shoes have them in the popular also 13! Escapes an Awful Pate. thousand tongues could not express the grasitude of Mrs. .1 . E. Cox, of Jollet, 111., for her wonderful deliverance from an awful fate. 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Hardwick Si Co., Stanton. llomelbain 3T OF ENGLISH GARDENING American Parks Show Highest pression of Natural Style In Landscape Work. Ex- SCHOOL GARDEN GREAT HELP with voting citlf. lor . sale, Supplies Initiative and Responsibility Lacking In Child Who Goes to Work Early. Thoso who have made a thorough study of tho subject have found that the children who lenve school early, for hard work, arc of little value to their employers, because of a lack of Initiative and proper sense of responsibility. No home training In this line Is given them at any age, and In this tho school garden may be of great help. After a child has laid out bis garden with tape or other measure, drawn It to a scale, laid out each small allotment for several sorts of plants, fertilized and dug ovor and smoothed out bis little garden, he has well defined Ideas and knowledge concerning lines and their length, relationships; and of areas, volumes, etc. A knowledge of the amount of seed he sows, welgnlng, measuring or even estimating tho subsequent crop and computing Its money value has In It all tho fundamentals of a business education. Add to this the study of soils and their formation, effects of beat and moisture ind the many other points developed In school garden work, and you have largely made over the once comparatively blank brain space Into a practical working ollice. splendid milk cow Apply ut this "- Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you eati turn that low, wet, usiIcms, swampy field into the most productive spot on your farm, Good tile, properly plated, not only curries olT surplus water, it admits air to thu soil mid makes it easy to work. It improves any anil. Tin; increm-in the value of the laud is many tunes the cost of the tile The fl i t year's crop from tiled land pn.s for it. Any body can do the woi k successfully. Write for particulars or ci' at out plant. 11 -- T Helps? MONEY In "i YEARS' EXPERIENCE - 68 IN ROADSIDE FRUIT Germany Trees Are Made to Help Pay the Upkeep of the Highways. The nuctlon sales of native fruit grown on the trees bordering the country ronds, In the township of Linden, adjoining the city of Hanover, yield d this autumn 20,012 marks ($4,000). Along certain stretches of thise roads the yield has amounted to 1,500 marks (357) a kilometer, or at the rate of $595 a mile. Tho province of Hanover has some 7,000 miles of country highways bordered with fruit trees, the profit of which Is appropriated toward the upkeep of th. roads. These roads, which at common place to the native resident, aro the delight of the American tourist, who often wonders why roadsides In the United States are not thus planted to fruit This application of the beautiful, practical and economic possibilities embraced In the control of such public property as roads Is a fine Illustration of the community thrift of the German. During the three weeks period of ripening sharp eyed old watchmen on bicycles patrol the roads, being particularly active on Sundays, when the people are out In large numbers. It is forbidden to pick up fruit from the ground, and to knock it from the trees Is subject to n fine of 100 marks or more for each offense, The Ugliness of Cities. says Consular and Trade Reports. The illustrated press has been givLaws and regulations for the general ing tho country some very Interesting good, however, excite such respect on pictures of the recent academic festithe part of the German that cases of val in connection with the theft of fruit from the highway fruit of Chancellor Drown at tho installation University trees rarely occur. of New York. In all its scholarly pageantry the scene Is dignified and InUNIQUE FENCE THAT BLOOMS spiring. In cap and gown and hood and cape. Ambassador James Bryce. Andrew Carnegie, senators. In Mexico, Texas and New Mr Corrals Judges, college presidents are seen Mexico Inclosed by Cactus sweeping up the broad stone walk past Like Plant. the portico of a classic college buildBut where Throughout the older parts of Men ing The effect Is fine Ico. Texas and New Mexico tsany are they all headed? Directly and In of the fences around the corrals, and evltably toward a huge gas tank This monstrosity pokes itself Into the often the gardens, are made of " at all angles. Apparently This is a cactus-likplant growing In a stalk form and often there Is not room for the camera to get away from It. The leagues which reaching a height of twenty or twenty-five leet. It Is completely covered are working toward the common-sensbeautiBcation of American cities with long stout thorns. The stalk Is tough, hard to cut, al- should send these New York universmost impossible to break, and grow- ity pictures broadcast. They tell their ing to the height It does It makes an own story and teach their own lesson effective protection. It is planted usually In three or four alternate Parks in Manila. rows and is held together by buck Five years ago the areas recognized Bkin strings or with strong wire. It as public parks In Manila were conneeds but little water. fined to the Luneta and half a dozen I believe this ocatllla fence would In ac comparatively small plazas. bo found very satisfactory to use on cordanco with plans and reports precounty estates, and even the owner pared by the committee on parks tho of a modest plot of ground would municipal board has not only convertfind it a good thing. It prevents stock ed the moats surrounding the from breaking In. effectively keeps In the heart of the city. Into at a distance all marauders, and spacious parks and playgrounds, but when In bloom Is a beautiful sight, has been acquiring areas In the subfor at the tip of the stnlk there urbs at a rate which In five yearB more roraea early In summer a cluster oi will make Manila, where large, open deep crimson, ball shaped blossoms breathing spaces are essential to pubremember once the astonished, al lic health and comfort, one of the most horrified, expression of an East best parked cities In tho world Cenern woman to whom I mentioned the tury. lionuty of the corral fence when In bloom. Country Life In America Wanted to Learn, "oca-tilla.e e Intra-muro1 Though many of our citizens abroad rave over the parks and gardens of Europe that are famous examples of formal or architectural gardening, this style has not found lodgment in the hearts of the American pcoplo Much has been snld about our not being an Anglo-Saxorace, but our taste in park building Is one with that of the English people Landscape, natural or English gardening, call it what you English will, originated with the people and finds Its highest expresIn sion in tho parks of our country Golden Gate park In San Francisco we may seo one of the grandest examples In the United States, and It was built by a Scotchman who still continues to mold its present and plan Its future In the English style of park building the grandest examples may be seen In the simple copying of nature, and Its reproduction In places previously laid waste by the hand of man, or In those barren parts where little, natural beauty was present, man has practiced "the art that doth mend" nature until under his plastic hand all has become beautiful. One cannot see In such places even a suggestion of tho French, Italian or other styles, but will notice that the simplo needs of the landscape have been met. That Is the general conception of English and Amcricnn parks, though small formal gardens of the older style may be imposed upon the natural In appropriate spots. In French and Italian parks, especially the smaller ones, the visitor feels the presence of man in the studied scheme, and a conscious effort for effect and dcrrtntlnn mnr Anrono lending qnfcklr ascertain otir opinion frco wlirlher an Cnroniiinlrii. liiTnnllnn Is nrnhablr pnloutnliln. HANDBOOK on I'ateiita tlonastrlcUTConUdeiitful. patents. entfrce. Oldest agency for securingCo. recelre l'ntenti taken tnrouvh Munn & iprfdil nolle, without chump. 111 tho Traoc Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Scientific America.!. handsomely Illustrated weekly. of uny rlcnllUo Journal. Terms, S3 a rcnri four months, tt. Sola brail newsdealers. f. Pn 3B1Broadwr. HpW Yflflf Branch Offlce. C2J F SU Washington, p. C A Red River Brick & Tile Compaivy, STANTOV, - KENTUCKY. McCall's Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women Have More Friend than any other magazine or patterns. McCall's is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million one hundred thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of sparkling short stories and helpful information for women. Saro Money and Keep ein Style by sub- Very Serieus - It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the For this wronjj one rjivcm you. reason we urje you in buying to be careful to get the Genuine BLAck-DraugH- T For Protecting Green Cement. After laying a new concrete sideLiver Medicine at once. Costs scribing for McCall's "taga-lnwalk It was not long since the custom only jo cents a year, including any one ol to protect it from marring while It the celebrated McCall Fattcrns tree. The reputation of thb old, reliawas still soft by spreading over It ble medicine, for constipation, inMcCall Patterns Lead all others In style, fit, simplicity, economy and number sold. digestion and liver trouble, is firmtar paper, which was held down by More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any ly established. It does net imitate aw sticks laid across It or perhaps by other two makes combined. None higher than other medicines. It is better then lluy from your dealer, or by mail from 15 cents, light stones laid on it here and there, others, or it would not bo the faa not altogether satisfactory method! vorite liver powder, with a larger McCALL'S MAGAZINE for under these light and unevenly sale than all others combined. 236246 W. 37th St., New York City placed weights the paper was likely SOLD IN TOWN -- mp!i Copy, Prmlum F2 K "J Pitttm Ctulofiia to shift or to blow up In places But nowadays while It is hardening the new pavement is protected In a much more perfect manner by spreading SUtWRY Ot L. & E. TlflE TflSLE. over the tar paper that has been laid West-BounKllective May JS, 15)11. unon it a uniform thin Liver on this being one of the Innumerable ImNo. IS, No. 1, . , provements, Marge and small, charac- No. 2, No. 4, Mlltlo'lS. of modern, ways of doing Daily. teristic Daily. Daily. Daily tnings. P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. NOTICE. 8:f)0 fi::$.r 1 ::J5 Lexington, 7:20 County Judtrejand County at4:n0 8:0.i .Vinchester, i:t7 8 :o:i torney of Powell cnunty : 4:"u L. & E. Junction, 7:'ol 8:18 2:05 Yon are hereliyunotified that the 2:4!) 7 ::17 4:22 Indian FMds, S::i2 !:() ('LaY CITY, nndersiuned will on Saturday May .".:().-- . 8::,o 7:U !l:ti) 7:10 Stanton. 25th, 15112 make nfotirn before the It : I.") 7 .Oft :!:"1 !):i"i Bosslyn, o:21 Commissioners of parole ut Frank' (J:o!i :i:4o 51:12 H:28 Filson, fort, Ky. for a parole for Charles ;S:47 (i :4:i :J :.J0 Cnmptoti .Tr.nctlon, !:27 Frazier, who was convicted at the :i:f2 :5:2ft 6:40 Natural Bridye, !::12 Ii :2.' March term of Powell Circuit Court 4:04 Torrent, ":12 9:44 f! :0:i 2:51 Beattyville Jet, 4:2ft 10:04 1910 for a period of five years for 1 :.VT O. & K. Junction, ft:10 ft:lii 10:57 Frazier. slaughter. Mury man 1 :ft0 ft :0ft ft :2ft ll:()ft Jackson, April 22nd, 11112. 1:2ft 11:2ft Quicksand, CaUl-- I Bast-Boun- i'-'- Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. A new kindof cane that DOUBLES THE YIELD of Molasses, and improves the Qual ity 100 per cent. Molasses clearer than any otlwr kind mid much bet ter tasted. Onre planted no other kind of cane will ever be urown on your place for syrup. Price $1 00 per gallon for seed. If not more than pleased will refund our nion y. .1. CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. will innke connection at Lexington with No. will make connection the L. fc. K. for Louisville, Kv. with the L. fe N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CA.MPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, !! and 4, will make eon nection with .Mountain Central Hailwuy to and from Campion. UK vTTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos.'l, 2 and will make connection with the L. fe A. Railway for Beattyville. () it K. JUNCTION: Trai"fi Nop. 2, P, and 4 will nake com cation with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel Citj, Ky. and O. & K. stations. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. 1 ! !1 ( W. MI HE, TO SAVE JOB OF F0RE3TEH Dan- Important Office In Chicago In ger of Perishing for Lack of Funds. by the Chicago An appropriation council for the city forester was t ("In latum gilt suggestion made b Kan; os MacVPHgh He ottered It n an otllcer of the Municipal Art league The council appropriated $0,000 las' year for civic forestry Mr Mac Veutfh says the forester has doiu much wiu.t!ils limited sum, but tlini to expect him to make Chicago beau llful with this expenditure Is rldlcn tuns He calls attention to much larg er appropriations which smaller cltlet have given similar olllccs "In Chicago there are more than 2,000 miles of residence streets," sal "It Is possible t Mr MucVeagh maintain trees and parkways alnni-mos- t of them, but 'only a small mile ago is so planted The value ol tree? to public health Is generally recog The ethical Inlliieiice of greet, nlzed toliage In creating attractive sur roundliigs for the home are more vaguely appreciated Trees, however s'lmuiatu to pleaHnutly the sense u Ii autv In every normal being thai any i!eferse of tree planting become t iiiinere-sary- ." Vaughn' Mill, Ky. Seed can be seen and sample of molasses examined at the Times "So you asked my wife for our ollice. daughter's hand, did you?" says the stern father. "I did, and she began to give me a piece of her mind about my presumption, and "And you beat a retreat and came to see me. Well, sir " "Oh, no! I didn't retreat I argued proiiiwi r obtained In all countries OR HO ril, ('lilfMlaftml I it out with her, and before I left she I lslrrnl. Nnul Model Or I'liolo. ft FREE RKPOflT mi ,t.itt.,,ti.timtv. I'.lM.lmrt. had given me her consent So I " I lw exclusively. BANK MHRCNOSS. - eenti in stamps for Inralnsble book "You did! Uully for you! You can win T0 TAIM and SELL PATENTS. i ones will oay, live right here with us I want to a partner, 0w to pateut law and ollirr raioableuK iutoruiaUon. study your system or defying my wife for a year or so. anyway." Woman's D. Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Englcr, of Faribault, Minn. 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