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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 23, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912052301_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 23, 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. SI. 0() ii Year in Ailvanci. Wt are here to help Clay City, the Snrronniing Country and Ourselves. I. R. ISu rghcr. I'nlilhhtt. VOL. XVII. FAMILY OF LONGEVITY. Silver, CLAY CITY. KV., THURSDAY Lead and Zinc Mining Kentucky. in MAY 28, J0iv i0. !. 21 Pension Bill a Law. Night School for Convicts. UiiBbtlng on llryan. The President has sinned the A night school for the convicts In New York the muni;'ar The Morton family of this The Pniteif States (icological pension bill passed by the Sen- emnloved tn llic Imuttitnl nt causing politicians some nceri.. county hiis six brothers and sisSurvey Press'Bulletin in speak- ate nnd'the House and it is now penitentiary has been established They are offering watier thai, ters whose nggregate ages ing of silverx lead and zinc min- a law. Enacted nearly a half by Dr. K. II Mii&gnrtl, orison neither Taft nor I'noMvHt wi'l to 405 years u months and ing in Kentucky says: century after the close of the physician, with 0. II. Burlev, be nominated by the Ktpuhli-cans- , II days, oran average of more . . . i. and are also oU'emii. to In t According to J. P. Dunlop, of war, according Jo the estimate of inospiiaii steward, as principal. than 774 years each. The date the I'nited States Geological Sur- the Commissioner of pensions, 'As soon as the ,men have had Bryan will be the next .;Kct l of each ones birth is below given : i the bill will a(M $25,707,702 to men buiipcrs ami ,nave nnisiied president of the Pinti-- State Mrs. Nellie Hall nee Morton, vey, on galena concentrates were the annual approrpiation for with their work, Hurley lines They have so fur found o tnl of Maumee, Kas., was born in shipped to five smelters from the llnurspar min'es in Kentucky in pensions, which last year was them up and starts the school. ers. I he limes hope to see this county Feb. "2nd, 1820, and This makes the The men are taught how to read of such condition is consequently SO years, ; 1011, and in consequence no pro $157,080,575. total amount appropriated for and write and more advanced as they are anxious to wajn i 21 days old; Mrs. duction of lead and silver was months and W'u i.nnn. t.. The production of Pensions fifty years after the war pupils are given lessons in arith tlioir tnmiov mi ' r.u.anein morion cauiKiier, or reported. ' was over $180,000,000. The bill as metic. The school is prnvin ii strongly condemn gambling, luii St. .lames, Mo. was born Feb. 2, zinc carbonate concentrates in . finally adopted is better than the goou iiung ami. some ot tlie do really foresee this f'.ir. Th" 1821) and is therefore 8'A years, .') the State amounted to 407 tons, Sherwood bill, which added $75,- have learned more in the writer has voted for lii y m thrc $10,001. The average months and 1 day old; Mrs. Mar- valued at 000,000. last few months than they had times and still would lik to vol.-fogaret. Morton Brink, of Stanton, zinc assay was 40 per cent, am Under its provisions every vet gathered in all of their previous him twice more. spelter content knov Ky. was born July 20, 18S14 and the reeoverahle he would not allow his name t years of age lives. of the concentrates was 158 tons eran over sixty-twis 77 years 5) mouths and 27 days go before the people lor a thiil old; Moses Morton, of Genet, As only at) tons ot zinc, concen who saw ninety lays of service Editor In Jail. term. trates were shipped in 15)10, the is to receive $18 n month. If he Ky, washorn Nov. 7, 1830 and is A Washington State editor 1011 shipments show a substan served six moulhs he is to get 75 years 0 months and 10 days Celebrates 84th Anniversary. who was sentenced to jail for $13 50; one yeari$14 ; a jear and old; Richard Morton, of Mem-phi- tial increase. At the home of Col. Mai-- ' perjury is allowed each day to go a half $14 50; two years $15; wo Mo. was born March JJ0, to his oflice and get out his pa- quis Lafayette Swope, just over Neither Pleased nor Kicks. years and a half $15 50; three 1838 and is 72 years 1 month and per, lie is locked up at nights the Clark line in Powell, 1 sump Al'n The contest, at the College last years or overdo. ratilie rate is 1 23 days old; Win. Morton, of Friday evening was a successful increased for age The veteran and over Sundays. It seems to tuotis birthday dinner waseni'o Bowen, Ky. the youngest, was the Times that a neriurer is ed Sunday, it being the annua! and pleasing ait'air. It was a suc- over sixty-siyears old, who bom Jan. 10 1842 and is 70 years cess because every contestant ac served ninety .days gets $15 a least of all not fit to edit a paper, reunion of the family. Mi 4 months and 13 days old. and that he should nrefornblv hr 'Swope is passing his Slth mil. quitted himself or horself with month, with of fifty confined to average age of more than perfect An prevent editing an stone in life's pathway and credit and admiration, due cents for eachflditional ninety 77A years for six brothers and Bti" ',ai(J an,l hearty. lie was li to the fact that labor and care had days service bptio three years. influence which must indirectly ne demoralizing on the commu- - excellent spirits fcmulay, ami is something unusual. It been sisters undergone in an ellort to A veteran of thtle years or lonnity in which it circulates. This enjoyed the day immensely wit1 is still better to know that these win. The decision of the judges ger service getJi$10 a month. his children and grandchildren old people are enjoying good was not what would have pleased When over seventy he who serv- is another score in favor of re- quiring all editors to procure li seated 'round the festive board. health and all are in touch with most as Stanton carried away ed ninety dayBg& $18 a month, May he live out the hundred each other by correspondence. our laurels, but in view of that with an inereaifi$of $1 for eaeh cense before they can do news- mark, is the wish of the Doino It is doubtful if such another fact and of many valuable opin ninety days 8i?d. un to $25 paper work. record can lie found in the councrat. Winchester Democrat. ions pxpresseci fhat our hoys "ana Tn"-tlipreferential' primary in1 try and especially where the girls should have had the decision Ohio luesday, lioosevelt carried With an order of sale of tho date of birth of each one can be yet we are not kickers. To us, served over two yedjrsfand is years old gets $30 a the State for President and Har property of the Iroquois Club of given. the defeated ones, it will be as mouth. mon carried it on the Democrat- Newport, a famous refuge fo The Times is indebted to Mr. the defeat 'at the first battle of ic side. gamblers on Kentucky soil be Clyde Morton, of Bowen, for this Bull Hun, we will pick up the Mrs. Geo. Watson gave birth conies extinct. information. Young Mr. Mor- shattered fragments of defeat to a All of the Kentucky war claims. child a daughton is 20 years old, is married totaling $81,000, were eliminated The tiovemor has oll'ered a re and has live children, was marri- left for us and lay them at the ter, May 22nd. Mrs. Watson's ed when he was but tifteen years door of our victors the next time husband died a short time ago from the omnibus bill by the ward of $400 for the arrest of a old, was a father at sixteen his we meet. Frencliburg Agitator leaving her with nine children. Senate. sassins of Ed Callahan. oldest child now being ten years Four of these were sent to the old living, liearty and healthy If you want to know if good Masonic Widows' and Orphans' as is both its father and mother, roads are u good thing, ask the Home at Louisville last week. t ie former now robust and horse. The other children are either too weighing over 200 pounds. large or to small to enter the Home. She at present is living j j t i.i. . 'on-vic- ts r o s, I x 1 ' post-humou- s with her brother, Paul Tipton near the city. 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Spring Millinery Jusl received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. In Mercer county Monday a Southern passenger train was saved from being wrecked by W. A. Phillips who was walking on the track and found a tie wired on top of the rails. This would have been bound to wreck the train, probably killed several people. The railroads that want a law to declare all pedestrians on their tracks trespassers, should sit up and take notice. M Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and T gra m rJ are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us thev are ft j&. v0 SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firft coA . . I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. in order o get room (or new goods ,v' : i '. coming in In this sale will also be included a lelof ' . HATS and CAPS. ii neres your opportunity to First come, v ...... Lexington will have n big week of June 3rd. The Berger Aviation Company will conduct an aviation meeting in which six leading machines will take part. Fireworks at night and other forms of entertainment and will be on hand. If you are not already one of our nnny pleased qtistonibis, come round pome day and give oar place a look through and let us prico you some of our goods. They willopenyoiireyestoan opportunity. save some vention nominated Debs and President and Vice Pres and added a section to the ident, iJTho National Socialists' ConSei-deVt- or money. first served. constitution declaring against "violence as a weapon of tho working classes." Saturday, May 25th wo will sell 18pouud8 of granulated sugar for $1 and best brands of cal ico at 5q per yard. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Cluy City or near our store we will "deliver ihegoodi-'- ft SJ? SHIMFESSEL'S. ' Estill county seems to be trying to lead us in the matter of good roads. At a recent meeting of the fiscal court in that, 1'UIII.ISIIKP VKKY TIIUUSDAY. county they purchnsed a road magisSubscription rates 81 a jtar or three grading machine for each Times sugterial distvict. The ve.ira in advance S2. THE TIMES. .1- - B. Hurghcr, I'uMlshcr. vecond-chis- Kntered ns s mail mntter. May Thursday, - ::), VJU. sub-'(riber- CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 90 Louisville Herald " Home and Farm 75 " Inland Farmer 1.00 " Americun Farmer 00 Southern Agriculturist 75 s, al For the Sake of Harmony. It seems that Chump Clark is oinu: to run away with the Democratic nomination for President. Including Bryan there are five Democratic candidates in t lie field and Olark is our fourth hoice. Thus you can see the Times is not much for Olark get- Miss Sallie Snowden the deaf and dumb and aged sister of If Taft is as bad as Roosevelt Wm. Snowden, Sr., is seriously says, it would not be safe to trust, ill at Iiis home. the Colonel to "pick out" any Mrs. Vienna Curtis died Monmore officials for us. day morning and was buried at Jackson's Chapel Tuesday. She Henry Watterson says that T. is survived by her husband, Thos R. is as mad as a March hare. Curtis, but leaves no children. Fourth of March? Courier-Journa- l conwords of Before marnaflfrshe was a Miss Dauglietee7aud ' was about 75 demnation upon every Democrat It appears that in a political in the State who. fails to see as controversy there is iio such thiugi years old. they do. For the sake of as libel. it seems that the aforeseen SPOUT SPRING. e NOTICE. lesult will be allowed to Joe McKinney Aand G. W. Pas-lewithout a light, but for made a business trip to StanClay City, Ky., May 20th, 15)1:2. ;.;ike of harmony alone is the fight ton Safurday. discontinued, and not from the The Democrats of Powell County Elder George W. Mcintosh M'are of the vicious and wicked are hereby notified that there will be a Democratic Muss Convention sold a mare to Ranpithots of some of the leaders of held at Stanton, Powell County, kin Burnett for $150. the gentlemanly Speaker's supporters. Clark is altogether on Saturday afternoon, May 25th, Charlie Oanlee, of Stanton, wholesome and far more so than 1912, at the hour of 2 p. in., for the visited his sister, Mrs. Shelt Mc who is purpose of selecting ana instructing Kinney last Sunday. the Boss Senator-elec- t championing his cause in Ken- De!egat'.8 to attend and represent Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney Powell County in the Democratic tucky. visited the hitter's parents at IrState Convention to be held at LouIn his travels about the coun-tr- isville, Jefferbon county, Ky., on vine the last of the week. Mr. Roosevelt never loses an May 2'Jth 1012, for the purpose of Mesdames Belle Burgher and opportunity to tell farmers of selecting Delegates to attend and Moses McKinney spent Saturday liis'aii'ectituiate regard for them. represent the State of Kentucky ut with relatives in Clay City. During his term in the White the National Convention to be held Farmers here are making good House u Chicago newspaper ar- at Baltimore, Md., on June 25th, weatli- use of the prevailing-lintist drew a picture of u farmer 1912. All Democrats are requested fitting before a fireplace, with to attend and participate in this PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. bis shoes oil', reading one of the Convention. Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of iJoosevelt messages. This pictGiven under my hand this May each month. ure was called: ''His favorite 20th, 1012. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenauthor," and Mr. Roosevelt of-- f J. II. O'Uear, Chairman. ings. 111 said it was the best picture Attest: Luther Loving, Secretary. Rev. J. C. Hanloy, Pastor. lie over saw. The liars ester trust, which anNNO'il nually take? millions of dollars from the farmers of thiscouutry, cells binders in Russia and South America for .fiHl, and the Aineri. can farmer pays the trust $120 for the Hume hinder. While he Take care that you do not underestimate he value of was president auetl'ort wus startmoney deposited under our interest plan. Its growth is ed to break up this trust, and Mr. Roosevelt secretly suppressrapid. Be careful and deposit systematically a poition ed' that ellort. lie ordered his of your earnings. Their growth is certain. attorney general tint to start suit Start them growing here now. against the one rust which more than all others combined robs liar-inoii- ting the nomination. There are, ue believe, far more Democrats in Kentucky for Wilson than there are for Clark, but the Wilson following, seeing the advantages Clark has over him, and realizing that Clark is undoubtedly the choice of the majority who will name the nominee, it is best for them to acquiesce and let the will of the majority prevail in a harmonious chord. While, as above stated, the Times is for another candidate, as are others, the mention of this has brought, from the boisterous bully "Oily Jeems", and the In an interview at Washing- er by rushing in their already ton Senator Bradley expresses belated corn crops. the belief that in the event of Mrs. Thos. Curtis died near his defeat at Chicago, Col. Roohere Monday and was buried sevelt will bolt the ticket. Tuesdny at Jackson's Chapel. Burial services were condcted by Eldea Geo. W. Mcintosh. News scarce at this place. gest that as an oll'set Powell have one road drag made and How's This? Miss Gussie Ilarnes was the placed in each road order. They guest of Miss Jessie Wierman. We offer One Hundred Dollars of Catarrh are inexpensive and all authoriWin. Adams and family spent Reward for uny case ties say they are the best ma- Sunday with Jim Baker and fam- that cannot be cured by Hall's Cachine made for dirt roads, either ily. tarrh Cure. for grading or compacting the F. J. Cheney & Go., Toledo, O. Mrs. Margrite Newkirk spent road bed. These machines should We the undersigned, have known be used in the Spring of the year Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yearp, and best of all after each rain Alma Howell. when it is too wet for farmers to Mesdames Minnie Miller and work in their fields. Of course Mable Scrivner visited Mr. and the road drag will not do all the Mrs. A. D. Howell, of Miller'j A great fertilizer, and a hardy work us the mud holes and low creek Sunday. vigorous foraue plant for hay and places must be filled, but once Misses Lillian and Cora John- pubture. Will grow in any soil, started the drug will keep the son, of Fitchburg, spent Sunday even in rocky places. Can be sown roid in shape where there is with their . grandmother, Mrs. with spnng oats, or sown alone in nothing to contend with but dirt. May for meadow, and sown in with Dena Billings of this place. corn at the last cultivation. Prices Of course rocky and excessively of seed, and circular how to crow it iiu r row strips will have to othei-wis- e Darlingsville. sent on request. be repaired. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Louis Snow'den has a severe atBox 91). Congress hud t adjourn last tack of pneumonia. .Monday ownm to the lack ot a G. W. Curtis moved from here quorum neunv everybody having to Rabbittown Sunday. nagone to the ciicus. Human ture is so perverse that the avBom, Mondoy, May 20th to erage man won't patronize has Mr. and Mrs. Trigg Gilly, a son. own show, even when Us better Miss Ruth Tult, of Wolfe counthan the othn fellows. ty, is visiting her aunt, 'Mts. Cur- Furnace. and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially aMc to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Wulding, Kinnnn it Marvin, W holesale Druggists.Toledo, ( . Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, aacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. SEEDS J S SWEETjCLOVER Fresh, Reliable. ture Guaranteed to Please Ererr Oirdeocr tnri PlanterihouMtntttic Qncrlor merit, of Our Northern Orown Seeds. 1 pkg rr1aM luei.h . I ftkr. 8IM9rala rUw t plir. F.rl lrrtw.bn4 faMmn .u jt.onj PAMnu T.-- we will send FOR 10 CENTS postpaid our . . III. hlbrt.. If UTrLtl.CoUatU-trH- .rll .... ... . SPECIHL OFFER r.ni i rrvrinw io . . .10 iv. , . .Itn. d. $1 oo Writ todsTl Enct 10 Fanta in tuln TaV Mitata ami ttektor nl rtct.T Um Ihw 'Timotn Collection," wfth, our Nfw nd Initrnrtlr iiMn On Ida fc rw& fl Itl'AT Vi'llTlI Vu lit fbI 1383 Hone Bt. 'llorkford. Il'lliioU Taft men declare that ti.eir ca ndidate will be nominated on the first ballot and that hence they have no fear of i "Dark Horse". But a wild broncho is something else again. tis Bowman.' ' Roscoe Bowman has returned from Heidelberg for a short visit to home folks. STOP! LOOK That more hard service is required of the Shoe than any other article of Clothing? Did it Ever Occur to You y inate-(iiliz- y That Wearing Qualities combined with Style and Comfort, should always be considered first? ld For 20 years we have been supply ing hundreds of satisfied customers. Wear Right. Priced Right. Look Right. See y Them. Mrs. J. W. Williams. USE HftDT? JL1V1 r arermness U h JiJ -- MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of (lour with the c housewife who loves good bread when tdie uses the PKAI1I. Hour. lis uniform quail-t- y and excellence never disappointn her. It is the host all around (lour on the market and gives your hreul that tempting ami delioioiis tluvor that always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the PKAUL Hour. honic-"lilad- I and plunders the farmer. George W. I'erkins, organizer of this harvester trust, is putting up the money lor Mr. Roosevelt's present campaign. Clay -- City J National Bank, Made by CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. AA J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, - Ky Mrs. A. M. Hurglier mid little Owing to the favorable weatli son, Shelby, visited relatives in cr this week farmers have had a Winchester a few davs this splendid opportunity to put in week. their crops. Hundreds of acres of corn havejieen planted in A HOME-MAPAVER. It has been announced that the this county alone this week. proposed railroad running from The Demons of the Swamp MAY 23, 11112 Winchester to Irvine will be THURSDAY, As they sting are mosquitoes. built and that construction work they put deadly malaria germs in will begin at once. Car shops LOCAL BREVJTEIS. will be located at Irvine. We the blood. Then follow the icy may thus expect our little sister chills and the fires of fever. The Mrs. A. T. Wliitt is visitin city to grow beyond recognition appetite files and the strength fails relatives at Morehead. in the co.irseof but a little while. also malaria often payes the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Miss Nora Martin, of Vinton Commercial clubs throughout Hitters kill and cast out the malar i visiting her aunt, Mrs. Win the country are forming junior ia gerrne from the blood ; give you 0. Martin. clubs composed of boys who a fine appetite and renew your Next Thursday will bo decora make tours of the fac- Strength. "After long suffering" Hon day the day of remembrance tories. Frateruiteis should adopt wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Locama, for our dead. the idea. And where practicable N. C, "three bctttes drove all the It was so cool the last, of tli they should supplement it with malaria from my system, and I've schools located on farms had good htalth ever since." Best week that frost was expected but vacation adjoining the towns. If the boys for all stomach, liver and kidney probably was warded oil' by fogs have an interest in machanical ills. fiOc at all dealers. Miss Bertha Mapel, formerly or agricultural pursuits, encour of this city, is now on an extend age it. Teach them to be useful ed visit to her brother, Charli and to appreciate the dignity of Mapel, who is now located in productive occupations. Texas. Helps a Judge in Bad Fix. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Douglas Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills, til of Lexington, 111., were called Tenn., was pleinly worried. A bad down the (hroat of a "eapey here last week on account, of th sore on his leg had battled several chicken destroys the wormt death of the hitter's father, Mat dectors and long resisted all remeand save the chick'f life. A lew drop in the drinklne watel (Jonlee. dies. "I thought it was a cancer." CURES and he wrote. At last I used Bucklen's PREVENTS GAPES According ib the report of the Arnica Salve, and was completely white dlathotn, roup, choler department commander, a bun cured." Cures burns, boils, ulcers, u jj other chick ureases. dred G. A. K. veterans of Ken cuts, bruises and piles. 25c at all One 50c Bottle of tucky have died since, the last dealers. THE TIMES. DE disordered. Dr. It. V. Pierce found years ago that a glyceric extract o( golden seal and Oregon grape roots, queen's root and hloodroot with black cherrybark, would help the assimilation of the (ood in the stomach, correct liver ills and in Nature's own way increase the red blood corpuscles. This medicine he called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Hy assimilating the (ood eaten the system is nourished und the blood takes on a rich red color. Nervousness is only " the cry of the starved nerves for food," and when the nerves art: fed on rich red blood the person looses those irritable feet tags, sleeps well at night and is refreshed in (he morning. " I was attacknt with a severe nrrvous disease, wln' Ii was cauwil l y a cllsonli'rul f inmach and liver." writes Mr. Jas. 1). l.fvi:j.v, of Wash burn, Tenn., Itoute 2, Box 33. All my friends thought I unuld tile at.il tho best physicians Rave me up. I was advised t try Dr. rierrr n Golden Medical Dlsiowry, and derived much benefit fin'ii same My case had run wi lonir. It hud beeome so chronic that nothlnir would cITci t Man is a millionaire many times oter in the possession of hlooil cells. Woman is not quite so rich, (or scientists have proven that the normal man hns five million the woman only (our and a halt million to a cubic millimetre u( blood. A decrease in number ol red blood corpuscles and a person " looks pale fact, is anaemic, the blood does not get the right (ood and probably the stomach is Why Women Arc Not RICH. "in a permanent cure, but Dr. Piercu'a medicine hus dune, muili for me and I highly recommend It. 1 heartily advise Its mo as a (rinir topic, ami lururer auviae aiun;r people yi lane ur. 1'lerce medlcinea their J. D Lively ' Eko diseases havo run k Umg that there Is no chamu to I cured. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, 31 stamps, to pay (or wrapping and mailing only. When in Need of ONE DfiOP Bulider's Hardware, Cabinet Mandes, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Wrtie Stoves, encampment. Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 13 Callous of Medicine. Every poultry The number of failures report ed iu the United States for the past week, are 248, as against 260 for lasf. week, and 235 for like week of last year. Fruit and Shade Trees! STRAWBERRY PLANTS n bottle ol should free cample ite this medicine in hand of Fowls." Address. and Booklet on "Dine.se I3URB0N REMEDY COVFJHY, Mitrton, K. rlr fr Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, The burial of Matt (Jonlee Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. whose death notice appeared in our last issue, took place at Cat Everything For Creek iu this county Frvday ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. Several from this city attended. FREE CATALOG. Apple Crop Short. NO AGENTS Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried und I have been in tlie poultry business for forty years. Mrs. Ueo. E. Itapier, Bards-towKy. n, I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two years and 1 just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not had a case since I began using it. Mrs. V. P. Bracey, Basker-villVa. SOLD BV Winchester, - Ky. e, was thought to be a very large one seems to be diminished from some cause or other. The bloom was heavier this Spring than and there has been no frost or freeze to injure the fruit still it is short. What Texans Admire is hearty, vigorous life, uccording Hugh Tollman, of San Antonio. "We find," he writes, "that Di 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- null, liver and kidney troubles. 25 cents at all dealers. (or Murder. The Kev. Clarence V. T. Rich eson, confessed poisoner of Avis liinnell, his sweetheart, was executed for the crime Tuesday Electrocuted ttaou rue apple crop wnicn H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to cull and see our new stock of Spring and FERTILIZE Fresh Goods YOUR CORN It Certainly Pays Low Prices Summer Goods and yet our prices. and see mid get prices on You are uIbo invited to call anything else that you may need. We try to keep every thing the people want. Every one 6hould bo Special Price on Fence for Few Days. interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where they can get merchandise that will best suit them. It takes a little time to look around and satisfy yourself as to where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know, ".Money saved is money made". keep every thing the people want. Bedford & Tuttle, Hiilikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, UOOKKEEPINO, KY. J W! Wf WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. As stated above, we try to We can not, though, here call WM WW WW wm W Wf K $100,000 iiOO.OOO uttention to every thing, but will mention the following lines which we want you to know that we carry. we K morning at 12 :17 o'clock. Rich- walked (irmly to the death chair and at. no time preceding This school has turned out bun the final ordeal did he show signs dreds of men and women who v t are successes. It will make of Weakeninir. u success of you. Escapes an Awful Fate. P thousand tongues could not Write for Catalogue. express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of Joliet, 111., for her wonderful deliverance from an awful fate. IXtSSX "Typhoid pneumonia bad lift me with a dreadful cough," she writes fiUCKBOVS SEEDS SUCCEED I "Sometimes 1 had such awful kW s FECIAL OFFEI coughing spells I thought I would 'JUS U balM N.w UarinMa, AtrUlwUT mue you our Mrnuuuial cuiuxnw. die. I could get no help from doc- w Prize Collection it vuiuiu.l 11 IhB Boeat tmnlf. Uu Tart. tor's treatment or other medicines I UliJrf.,J.w.ri.f I ipltwUd maU4 la all. ttulu-- ul till I used Dr. King's New discovWrite Hfntlon tkla Paper. ery. Hut 1 owe my wife to this wonderful remedy for I scarcely SEND 10 CENTS cough at all now." Quick and safe, la tasMai its the most reliable of all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle guurantced. fi()c and 81.00. Trial bottle free at all deilers. A f-- SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. CAPITAL STOCK, SUKl'LUH AND PHOPITS, "Queen Quality" und "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid und low we shiny leathers in shoes, boots und t! Winchester Bank, 3 OK-- cuts. tub ;J WlNOUHTKH. ItY. 3 have them in all tho new styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes und low cuts. Men's and Hoys' Clothing we have them iu them in the "Walk-Ove- r shoes foi Men N.UOLXY WlTHIRHPOOH, I'llKN. OAHllllClt. W. K. Sl'IIAlt, R popular colors and lutest in also take measures for ;S , mude-to-ord- muke-up- , und at prices to suit all, We suits and guarantee a perfect 3 K YOUR AOOOIJN' SOUOITKD Hi SEEDS 1 rare mm reps raw our Women's, Misses und Children's flats We think we are trimmed by one of leading firms of the country fit. Millinery Goods can suit you in this line, and know we eun suve you money. our line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Ruin coats Work Pants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines, Uuggies, & etc., fc etc. Iu fact st e us for anything you See need, us wo can save you money. UmUm, to-d- ay Electric Bitters it ia the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. iiinwiTHyattTQaa asssa Watch for our sj eeiul sale da s uds in Succeed when everything else falls. Ia nervoua prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified, oilier columns of this paper. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. i For sale, splendid milk cow man who was on the pay roll at with young calf. Apply at. this When thieves fall out, just men $2,000 a year, and whoso duties office. get their due, and when Repub- didn't seem to be very well deMake Your Wet Land Productive. fined. Mr. Hunilin asked the lican Presidents and former OVER 68 YEARS' department manager what the fall out the people learn By the use of drain tile you can EXPERIENCE how they have been misgov- colored man did to earn his mon- turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive erned. spot on your farm. Good tile, "He doesn't seem to pay much Since President Taft and formproperly placed, not only carries olT er President Roosevelt entered attention to'our orders," wub tho surplus water, it admits air to tit the depressed times heretofore upon their wild scramble for del- reply. He is detailed to Knox's TRADE MARKS soil and makes it easy to work DcmtONm attem a:it with these elections egates to the next nominating private office, und he also works It improves any soil. The liicreat tj Copyrights Ac in the value of the laud is many Anrona landlnc kukelrh and description mar will bti at an end and instead of convention, the people have come at Secretary's residence. " opinion ireo wueuier an uMrtatu our hard times being a rule on Presi- into possession of the following "Where is he now" Mr. Hani-li- n liiTentlon l probnblf pntentMilo. CotnmuTilfii- - time the cost of tin- tile. Tim first ateuta iioiMvinouyconuaetiuai. nnnuDuy eut f res. UMt ancr for year's crop from tiled land pay dential years it wiil be just the information, which they never asked. l'atenu taken through Munn A Co. recelT ntetat iwtitt. without charm. In the for it. Any body can do the worK He is with' Mr. Knox on his reverse, and these years will be knew before, except through unsuccessfully. Write for particu. hailed with delight, by the proved charges or uuverified ru trip to the Panama canal, acting A lianAanmal lllnatraf VMllr. TAraeat rlr. lars or cell ut otii plant. anr aclentlUo Journal, Termt, 13 as valet to Mr. Knox and his eolation of montbe,L. Sold brail newidealera. mors : raart.foar Red River Brick & Tile party." That Mr. Taft, by his own ad To Restore Life. Branch Offlco. 626 F St, WunlDgtoo. D. C. Company, "Does' he have to shine Mr. man of Dr. Samuel F. Mcltzer, of. the mission, has been "a Knox' shoes?" KENTUCKY STANTON, Kockefeller Institute for Medical straw." "Yes," was the reply. "I supThat Mr. Taft, in his advocacy Uesearch, in the course of recent McCall's pose that is part of his duties." experiments to discover a suc- of Canadian reciprocity, was not Thus does Uncle Sam pay $2,- linking primarily of any bene McCall cessful method of artificial resVery Serious fits that would come to the Amer 000 a year for a private boot piration, restored to life two anFor Women ' It la a very serious matter to uk black for tho Secretary of State. imals which he had caused to be ican fanner or wage earner, but Hare More Friend than any other for one medicine and have the that, he believed reciprocity would magazine or patterns. McCall's Dr. Martin reports the birth wrong one given you. For this put to death, and which were is the reliable Fashion Guide reason wo urge you in buying to dead in the common acceptance make Canada an adjunct to the of a sou to Mr. atid Mrs. Joe in one million one hundred monthly would be careful to get the genuine thousand homes. Besides showWright of this city May28rd. of the term. Both recovered en- United States, which ing all the latest designs of McCall transfer her important business tirely, lie believes the method Patterns, each issue is brimful of New York and Chicage. By BUCK-DRAUGH- T NOTICE. sparkling short stories and helpful to be equally applicable to man, to information for women. ' his own confession Mr. Taft was County Judge and County at and urges that it be tried in all Save Mener and Keep in Style by Liver Medicine scheming to aid the Big Business torney of Powell county : McCaU'a Magazine at once. Coiti cases of death, for it is quite only 50 centi a year, including any one of You are hereby notified that the The reputation of this old, reliathe celebrated McCall Pattern tree. he asserts, that in case of interests through reciprocity. ble medicine, for constipation, McCall Pattern Lead all others In atyle, That Geo. W. Perkins, organ- undersignpd will on Saturday May economy and number sold. fit, simplicity, and liver trouble, is firmdeath from acute illness the acMore dealers sell McCall Patterns than any ly established. It does not imitate other two nukes combined. None higher than tual cause of death might be on- izer of the harvester trust and 25th, 1012 make niotirn before the other medicines. It is better than cents, lluy from your dealer, or by mail from member of the board of directors Commissioners of parole at Frankothers, or it would not bp the faly of a temporary nature. McCALL'S MAGAZINE vorite liver powder, with a larger of the steel trust, is "highly fort, Ky. for a parole for Charles ale than all others combined. W. 37th St, New York City Cheaper Sugar. pleased with the Taft method of Frazier, who was convicted at the SOLD m TOWN F2 SMytt j, PmlM CM1M a4 Fatten CattUfM fre, roqiaat Those of our readers who have prosecuting the trusts." March term of Powell Circuit Court been paying S, 9 and 10 cents a That there is a close political 1910 for a period of five years for pound for sugar will be glad to alliance between Mr. Perkins man slaughter. Mary Frazier. SlJlWRY OF L. & E. TirviE TflSLE. learn that they can on Saturday and Mr. Roosevelt, as evidenced April 22nd 1912. Elective May 28, 1011. next, get this indispensible arti- by the fact that Mr. Perkins No. 8, cle at Hardwicl; and Company's contributed No. 1, $15,000 00 to Mr. Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. No. 2, No. 4, Stations. store, Stanton, for a little more Roosevelt's campaign in the New Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily A new kindof cane that than oi cents. As strawberreis York primary this Spring. A. M. P. M. DOUBLES THE YIELD P. M. A. M. and gooseberries are now ripe That Mr. Taft, in the present of Molasses and improves the Qual5 :35 and blackberries soon will be, it campaign, and Mr. Roosevelt in 8 :50 1 :3JS Lexington, 7:20 8 :05 4 :o0 'A'incheHter, 8 :03 will pay to lay in a supply while in his campaigns, made free and ity 100 per cent. Molasses clearer 2:17 than any other kind and much betL. & E. Junction, 7:51 4:37 8:18 it can be bought at this low fig- unrestricted use of federal office ter tasted. Once planted no other 2:35 8 :32 4:22' 7:37 Indian Fields, 2:40 ure. Remember the day, Satur- holders to obtain the nomination. kind .of cane will ever be grown on 3:05 tf:50 4:05 7:19 CLAY CITY, Price $1.00 :i:lo That Mr. Roosevelt, while con your day, May 25th. !) :t)0 Stanton, 7:10 3:56 stantly writing messages and giv- per gallon for seed. If not more 3:21 Rosslyn, 3.:51 7:05 9:i'5 Bis Money Crop. C:50 3:45 Filson, 0:12 ing out interviews, while he was than pleased will refund your mon- 3:'28 (1:43 We have noticed the sale of President, all professing J. W. MIZE, 0 .27 3:30 Catnpton .T miction, 3:47 the ey. Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 3 :52 0 :32 6:40 Natural Bridge, 3:25 some new crop bluegrass seed to deepest hatred of the trusts, se0 :25 3 :12 Torrent, 9:44 Seed can be seen and sample of 4:04 be stripped and delivered at one cretly and clandestinely sup2 :51 0 :03 Beatiyville Jet, 10:04 molasses examined at the Times 4 :25 As the crop pressed a report showing that dollar per bushel. O. & K. Junction, 1:57 5:10 10:57 oilice. o:l is a very lame one this good a the harvester trust was illegal 5:05 Jackson, 1:50 5:25 11:05 Quicksand, price means manv thousands of and in restraint of trade, and la1:25 11:25 dollars for the farmers of Cen- ter ordered a contemplated suit ! CONNECTIONS. tral Kentucky. against that trust stopped until LEXINGTON: Train No. l'will nmke connection at Lexington with the L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection The weather this week has been he gave the word, which word he with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. very conducive to Spring fever, never gave. In all no ril. ?tommy obtainedL'areaU eountrlea OHuhti reirla. CAMPTON JUNC2TION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con- and Copyrf UMWHI. I hat Mr. Roosevelt's trip to Utrred. Kend hkrlcb, Model or l'lioto, lor and we think wo have spied nection with Mountain Central Railway to und from Catnpton. practnil RIPOTon.iitnUblllt7. Patent ice exeluilrelr. BANK KiriRINCI. with severe attacks of this Africa was paid for by Andrew fend 1 mil In atampa for Inraluable book BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make con- 0" HOW TO OBTAIN and ILL PATENTS, Carnegie, greatest, of the bene common complaint already. Men orwa will pay. How to a partner, nection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville. patent Uw and other Taluable Krt lntonuallon. ficiaries of the steel tariff. O. & K. JUNCTION: Tniis Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connet- -' D. CO. tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City., Ky. und Unit Air. Koosevelt was so Blue Joint Grass Soil. PATENT LAWVBNB. O. tfc K. stations. past three years I have frightened by tho possibility of For the 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. been growing alfalfa; however, thero turill' agitation during his more CIIAS. SCOTT, GenM Pnsoenper Ape.it. 1h only a small acreage in this neighnevborhood, yet In my judgment there than seven years of oilice he w'll bo an Increase this year, says a er made any mention of turill. iyAV,m writer In an exchange. It has been in any of his official papers or my experience that alfalfa grows well on rolling ground, and on soil that has messuges, except once, when he at least grown three crops slnco it wrote into one message that he was sod. I be'.leve that farmers would would discuss the tariff later, profit by sowing thinly and avoiding " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes which statement he withdrew black, flat, gumbo soils. My observaMrs. L Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was tions have been that soil for grow-ir- from the message before it was blue joint is excellently good. not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had transmitted to Congress. to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no It the present scramble for Re continues u A queen bee lives from two to five publican delegates better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried THE MZRIUAM WEBSTER? years, workers from days to while longer, it may safely be Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very six months, and drones seldom more said, therefore, that both Mr. Taft c 0 NE"W ooring every thau live weokx. n.:0JTi good health, and able to do all my housework." and Mr. Roosevelt, at the present field cf tho world'! thought, action and culture. Tho only now uusbrldjod dictionary In Kwes will suffer less and have fewer rate, will thorougly domonstratt Tkmany yean. spoiled udders if they are contlncd to to tho country that neither om-oemail lots or Inclosurcs, with dry feed, ReraiitA It doflnea ovor 400,000 them is lit to bu President. WotkIh! men than over for a few days after they have be'en Each day of their present light boro ajpaarod between two tobbed of their lambs. f covers. 700 l'aSt 6000 for delegates throws some new Never buy a horse, if you can avoid light oil tho close harmony be You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after rWame it b the only dictionary it. with a narrow or shallow chest, or .r with tUa pow divided other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is page. A "Btrois oX Genius." whose forelegs are close together. tween them and the big iuteresU Such an animal lacks room adequate t hut are behind them. Mr. Taft. successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, Because 14 '? 8n encyclopedia la for the lung capacity to be ungered, is tolling what he kuowt that act curativcly on the womanly system. It is a medicine about Taft, and they are botl Became " la ooptod for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and wuurw, Ajftiuu eui4 A piece of tarred paper or wire telling a lot of of things time no Press ua tho una maareme restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. netting should bo fastened around the body else ever knew about eithei stem of all spring and fall planted If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It trees. Tie the tarred paper closely of them. you aooui uua new wprs. will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. or the bottom ana at the top." This When Congressman Hamlin will prevent Held mlco and rabbits; Writ to: .Ladlei' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medidae Co., Oattaaooga, Ttna. of Missouri, was investigatin. iiiawlng the tender bark of tlv trees teak. "Home Trcatraut lor Woacn' at trte. J 10 far Sneitl Uttntcfrai, aa4 MWWW far apKlM ataav M4et taje. the State Department he inadi wlic ii ilop snnwri cover the ground. CC. MIRIAM CO..vPeWai,fcrlaafiaU.lfeii. I inquiries about c cer uiu colored jj auauea uu paper, netf nq a fat Prosperity to Displace Hard Times. If lliu cniniiitiiin fiuiM continue a little longer money mutters would loosen up considerably, fnin the way mill ions of dollars are being spent in the behalf of eueh candidate. It' preferential primaries are to come i th Presidential elections Ttift-Hniisuvelt t acts Worth Reading. 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