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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 30, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912053001_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 30, 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. l 0 i i THE CLAY CITY TIMES 81.00 a Year In Advance. We areTiere to help Clay City, the SorronoJing Coootry and Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIT. The Convention. CLAY CITY. Decrease In.State Taxes. KX, THURSDAY. Oood Roads Convention. MAY 30, J9I2. Waterson-Jame- NO. 22 Fine Against Harvester Co. Sustained. $1,-50- The Democrats of Powell county met at Stanton Saturday as per call of the county chairman. ItomulusJuckson was elected temporary chairman and O.N.Crowe temporary secretary. The convention went on record as Champ Clark being its present choice for President. J M. Stevenson was indorsed for Chairman of the 4State Central Democratic Committee. Hon. W. P. Kimball, of Lexington, was instructed for as delegate to the National Convention at Baltimore. Lnther Loving:, A. H. Norton, M. A. Phillips, A. T. Whitt, 0. N. Crowe, O. O. Atkinson, J. S. Ewen, J. D. Atkinson and Geo. Stephens, together with any oth or Democrats who might attend the State Convention at Louisville May 2ith, were appointed as delegates. Colored Folks' Excursion. The colored folks will run an excursion from Lexington to Indian Fields tomorrow. Last year and two years ago Clay City seemed to bo the objective point. We are glad to know that this The total assessed value of all property in Kentucky for 1012 is $824,763,252. This is subjected to a raise by the State Board of Equalization of $15,715,012 and is $5,074,856 less than last year. In pursuance of the policy to raise the taxes of corporations of the State rather than of citizens, the Board of Equalization figures for this year show a falling on" in total assessments on real and personal property, and there will be a decrease in taxes amounting to $29,878.05. The secretaries of the Board have completed their work, and the figures show the total valuation of all property to be $5,074,856 less than last year. The present Board of Equalization decided when it tisrt met that the counties would be raised only where there was a great falling of assessment as compared with last year, and that the increase in franchise assessments would be made large enough to cover the loss on real and personal property owned by individuals. High Priced Cattle. Cattle on the Mt. Sterling maryear they favor Indian Fields ket last Monday sold at the highand assure our neighbors of the Kluegrass that we are not envi- est price ever recorded to our Some 600 pound ous of their guests. Any colored knowledge. steers sold for 6$ cents per man can be an honor or a disgrace to his- - race, but the kind pouud.. Thisiisjuuinusual price sent out by the Lexington excur- for 8tocker8. We learn they sold sionists seem to be of the dis- well also at 'Winchester court Monday but we have 6een no regraceful kind. port of the sales of the Winches-te- r Roosevelt carried New Jersey market. A good market in by fifteen thousand mayority the city coupled with an abunTaft in the primary of that dance of bluegrass in central State Tuesday and seemed to be Kentucky fully warrants the pres Woodrow ent high price of cattle. The ina solid delegation. Wilson captured the Democratic die itions are that they will go delegates by the same majority still higher rather than suffer a decline in price any ways joon. tains. Dorie Wood, of Winchester, Embry & Co.,- of Lexington, H. L. Twyman, of Winchester, was visiting friends in the city Ky., have announced their big was here a few days this week. the first of the week. Summer Sale to begin Monday, er The International Harvester Company must pay a fine of 0 imposed in the Grayson Circuit Court, the Court of Appeals affirming the finding of the lower court. The action was a penal one brought by the CommonCon- wealth charging combination to promoting the pood roads con- Executive Committees. vention and will set a date with- gressman James was defeated in restrain trade. The jury found in the next few days. It is plan- this fight on the account of his for the Commonwealth and this ned to inaugurate a movement combination with the bolting el- is sustained. looking to the iilling in of a few ements of Louisville, the leaders Died In Illinois. gaps which will furnish connect- of which is Henry Watterson and Wildy Hiley died at Blooming-ton- , Courier-Journaing links in a macadam highway the Wonder 111., aged 65 years. Mr. between the Bluegrass region of what kind of congratulations Hiley is a native of this county Kentucky and the border city of Champ Clark will now telegraph Virginia and Tennessee, con- to Watterson? If Watterson and is a brother to Mrs. A. J. the latter point with and James are solely responsible Barnett, of Spout Spring. He necting near the continuous pike from Bristol for the Clark victorv, wonder visited his relatives in this coun to Washington and the highway who is responsible for the Wat-- ' ty last fall when he seemed to be enjoying the best of health. now building from Bristol to terson-Jam- es defeat? Memphis. Ban on Low Neck and Short Sleeves. To Build High Schools. Bell county,; Kentucky, is takThe Western Union Telegraph Several of the mountain coun ing the lead for thiB State and Company, of New York thinks ties have voted bond issues of this summer will take a vote on the girls working in its offices from ten to fifteen thousand dolthe issuance of $600,000 for the have carried the low neck and lars each with which to build building of turnpikes through the sleeve craze to the limit, and has high schools at the various counconnty, and itiis highly probable had posted in the operating room ty seats. that the measure will carry with- the following notice: out much opposition. It is planMr. and Mrs. George P. Doug "All office girls employed by ned in the event the bond issue the Western Union Telegraph las, ofiLevee are visiting their carries to connect with the Gov- Company are required to wear daughter, Mrs. George Garrett, ernment pike Which crosses Cum- plain shirtwaists with moderate- and son, Mr. C. C. Dougjas at berland Gap from Bell .county ly high edjustable collars, and Lexington, 111. into Lee countJ Virginia, and sleeves that extend below the elMrs. Mary Hoskin, of Miami, extend to t&e Knox county line. bows." Texas, and Mrs. Ann Barnett, of A is county to June, the month of brides will Olark county, are visiting their T. J Fletcher. create greater sentiment for bet- be with us Saturday. So far, brother, Judge ter roads, and it is probable that however, we have seen no PowWm. Barnett who has been in a bond issue will' be voted upon ell county wedding announce- Illinois for some months has rein this county. Other mountain ments. What's the matter boys, turned to the home of his father, counties of Kentucky are expect- are "times too hard and money Berry Barnett. ed to follow with bond issues, too scace" for you? Gov. Woodrow Wilson secured and it is believed that the time Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McGlone the Texas delegation in the Demo-rais not remote when the Central convention at Houston Kentucky pikes will be equaled are visiting relatives at More-hea- d aud in Carter couuty. this week. in quality by those of the mounVa.-Tenn- s Co. to the Wall. The Democratic State Convencatesfrom Eastern Kentucky and tion which convened in LouisSouthwestern Virginia will be ville yesterday elected Governor held in Bristol, this McCreary temporary chairman summer to consider plans for a and Rufus S. Vansant highway from Lexington, KyM of Ashland, permanent chairman to Bristol. Virginia boosters are of the Democratic Central and A meeting of good roads advo ., l. got)d.gad?jtion tio - msmmBmmssssmmsm WALDRON & June 3rd. New Spring Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Reduced railroad fares on .account of the Aviation Meet will be obtained during the week and this will afford an opportunity that out of town customers are sure to grasp. This summer sale is lleinglield a month earlier than formerly on account of the very backward season and will include an extensive assortment of tailored wool suits, silk suits, linen suits, wool coats, pongee and silk coats, silk dresses, separate skirts, waists, kimouas, petticoats and JOHNSON, I B Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and 1 m M j are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firSt millinery. The high class merchandise sold by this firm and the great reductions promised by them will make this sale the selling event of the season in Central Saving Money. You can do the same tiling. If you are not already one of our mmy pleused customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopen youreyestoun opportunity. cost in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of Kentucky. Clark-Sudduth. HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first save some served. Mr. James Clark of this county and Mrs. Sallie Sudduth of Clark county, were married at the home of the bride Wednesday May 22nd. The happy union, however, was of but brief dura-tiofor the next morning they separated and Mr. Clark left her homo for good. n, Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver thegooUt.'' :I SHIMFESSELS: Many people are out of town to-da- y at different graveyards in the county decorating the graves of dead relatives. a. way Kentucky went lust week. The truth of it is Kentucky has never gone Republican only when the Courier-Journa- l and rUIIMStlEP VEUV T1IUKSDAY. Henry Wuterson have forced it to such desperation, and if Clump JMiotcripuoii rates 81 :i jear or three Clark is going to bed fellow with years in advance 8U. the bolting Courier and follow THE TIMES. disputed, and if there are thousands of votesellers in every county, as is admitted, and was found to be Adams county lust full, and if Taft had only $25,000 in the State, the only wonder is that Roosevelt didn't carry Ohio by 100,000. Much is being said about Roosevelt carrying Tuft's own state of Ohio. It should not. be forgotten thut Taft curried Roose velt's own state of New York in the beginning of the campaign. These men both seem to be unown states where popular they are best known. r If Roosevelt is as bad a man as and believe him perfectly honorn Taft says he is, and we believe it, ble in all business transactions and ! E. Burgher, 1'ublishcr. mail mntter. May ao, 11)12. Entered as second-clas- s Thursday, thing toward bringing about tli enu. ic required upward oi a pcore of years to make a start toward stamping out railroad rebating, and the law prohibiting that practice was passed in a month after the start was made. Likewise, the pure food law lagged for seventeen years until an actual start, was made. Withiu a few weeks after the talking was supplanted by action, the law became a reality. The Democrats in Congress have injected the first breath of life into the agitation for better roads. The House has actually passed a bill, and as the matter now stands, it is up to tho Senate and President to carry the matter along. If they refuse, the people will know exactly where to place the Now that the Democrats have taken a definite forward step the issue becomes clear cut. In all the Democratic speeches supporting the bill for road improvement, which was introduced by Dorsey VV. Shackleford, of Missouri, it was made plain that it is proposed to spend money that is now being wasted in keeping up useless political navy yards and to provide soft berths for lame duck politicians. At the present time there is in existence numerous government "commissions," such as the Ca nadian boundary commission, on which Congressman former James A. Tawney of Minnesota depends for an annual stipend of $7,500 of the people's money. These emmissions seldom meet, and their only usefulness is totake care of politicians who fail of reelection. The Democrats propose to propose to abolish useless and to spend the money com-Eissio- CLUB KATES. For tho convenience of our subscribers, we huve arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : 1'he Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Again this week we turn down Home and Farm 75 a proposition to advertise for a Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer liquor firm. 90 Cincinnati, Ohio Southern Agriculturist 75 We think, as all our readers know, that every man should be Democrats for Good Roads. a total abstainer; we believe al Tho Democratic House of Representatives has given the Good so that advertising in the Timei pays. lhen for advertising to Uoads Movement a Hying start. pay a liquor firm they would This fact is of momentus imhave to sell more liquor, and this portance to the people of this nawe don't want them to do. We tion. Ever sine the Constitution have lost hundreds of dollars for was written there has been talk conscience' sake in this matter, of improving the public highwe have only answered to ways. It remained for this, the but it a good conscience, we are far firet session of the better repaid than if we had re Congress, to actually do some ceived thousands of dollars. al its advice In Kentucky, there is but little hopes of this state go ing for him, notwithstanding the splendid victory gained by Dem ocrats in this state last fall un der the leadership of Governor McCreary. Real Democrats in Kentucky never for once recog-niz- e as any the Courier-Journa- l thing hut a traitor of the party it sometimes professes to represent. and if Taft is us bad u man as financially aHe to carry out any obRoosevelt says he is, and this is ligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, probably true, ure either of them W holesale Drugglsts.Toledo, O. lit for a constable in a fuedul Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inmountain county? ternally, aacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars system, Testimonials sent free. Reward for any case of Catarrh Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca- Druggists. tarrh Cure. Take Hall's Family Pills for & Co., Toledo, O. constipation. F. J. Cheney We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years. knew Teddy's what he was talking about four years ago when he said : "Tuft four years, then eight years more of Mr. Roosevelt and then, well modesty prevents my saying who will occupy the White House." son-in-la- It seems that Nicholas Long-wort- h, SWEET CLOVER A great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous foraue plant for hay and pasture. Will grow in any soil, even in rocky places. Can be sown 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 grow it sent on request. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. llkftlODlThM.t. kf. SEEDS we will MDd 1 1 1 SPECtaL 0FFER FOR lO CENTS postpaid our . . I tit. ralhrtoa Birk.l Ultra II it Mmi t. klMmlii C.l.rf . k. rtr Imw.kt tt MUit RWUik .... ... . , Fresh, Rttlitfii, furp. Quartntitd toPUiic Krcrj Otrtrntr n) PlnterhouMtef Iht Dnarlor tncrlti tit Oil. Northern Orown SeeR , . . II. .It. 10. to. rw I(W DarHngsville. Louis Snowden is now able to about after a most severe at tack of pneumonia. H. G. Crabtree has got his store house completed and is o peningup a complete line of gen go Write taUyt Sn4 10 rnU to http p.y ptUf tnd pftcktaf Wi4 rclT thalot "r.moat CilfiKtlon," ' fitter with oar N.w tnt In.lroetlT Qtrd.n Uuld. 1363 Box 99. rlRRAT . niiTif rnw cwr. Hill l M lull Bom St. I'.ockfnrd, Illinois sixty-secon- d , eral merchandise. D. C. Haggard, of Clark county, was here Tuesday to buy some Three of our young bloods got cattle, but he found them very too much liquor Saturday night scarce in these parts. and proceeded to "paint the town red". They found themselves arraigned before Police Church at this place was well Court Monday and were fined $25 attended Sunday. each and costs. It was not the Mrs. Sarah Adams was in Irboys that acted so ugly, but the vine the first of the week. whiskey that they had inbibed too freely of. The hoys are all Master Paul Faujiht is visiting right and if they had taken our in foweu county mis weeK. advice and been total abstainers Miss Jessie Wierman was the they would have saved a lot of guest of Mrs. Aiinsae Miller Suntrouble and shame. Be men in day. tho future, boys, and let liquor Mr. and Mrs. John Newkirk of alone. Stanton, visited at this place Some people are said to be en Saturday night and Sunday. gaged in the old practice of seinMrs. Minnie Lyle Miller nnd ing the river, now that it has got Mr. John Lyle spent Monday down low. This is not fair. Some will observe the law and with their uncle, M. R. Lyle, of do without fish when they have Stanton. no luck with hpok and line, SPOUT SPRING. while others get plenty of fish by seining. The boys had better Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kirby were look a "leetle out" as Circuit transacting business in Clay City Court is not long off and Judge Saturday. Benton has signified his intenShelt McKinney was in Win tion to have all violators of the chester the first of the week on a fish and game laws prosecuted. business mission. STOP! LOOK! Did it Ever Occur to You That more hard service is required of the Shoe than any Furnace. other article of Clothing? That Wearing Qualities combined with Style and Comfort, should always be considered first? For 20 years we have been supply-in- g hundreds of satisfied customers. Dan F. Blanton, of Hamilton, If we only had a system of road dragging in Powell county it O., visited relatives at Kiuibrell would be fine to use these drags this week. Wear Right. Look Right. See work while it is too wet to work Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Barnett en in their crops. The road drag is tertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. waiting to improve our roads if the people will only give it a P. D. Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Barnett, Willie and Mitchell 6 tart. Todd, and Miss Nettie Todd, of If Roosevelt had all the money Clay City, and Mr. Franklin he could spend in Ohio, as is un- - Margison, of Irvine. after these fine rains we are havT. S. McKinney spent a few ing, and wouldn't it too come in days this week with his son, handy for our farmers to do the Marion, at Lexington. Priced Right. Them. Mrs. J. W. Williams. USE HADE thus wasted for the improvement of public roads. "Improve tho public roads with money that is now being wasted" is the battle cry of the Domo-cratin Congress, and it is being taken up by the farmers in all parts of tho country. e Carefulness Take care that you do not underestimate the value of money deposited under our interest plan. Its growth is rapid. Be careful and deposit systematically a .portion of your earnings. Their growth is certain. rfc MILLS FLOUR iivi u p47 IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other, brands of flour with the housewife who loves j;ood Iioiih-ma- de bread when she uses the Start them growing here now. i t Speaker Clark telegraphed congratulations and thanks to Henry Waterson when Kentucky Saturday went for him for President as if the Courier-Journu'' no 'n responsible for the al Clay City National Bank, . PEARL flour, itn uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all arountl tlonr on the market and gives your hreul that tempting and delicious' flavor that alwavs delights, the 'over of good bread when you um? tlu PEARL Hour. CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. . . Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. 5 THE A HOMK-- M TIMES. ADE PAPER. - The Stanton High School property will bo offered at. public sale in Stnnton, Monday, June 17. This property being located opposite the Court House should find ready salo. The railroad fare from Kentucky to Baltimore where the Democratic National Convention will be held, has been fixed at $23.00. The Demons of the Swamp The report, comes from Sams postoffice, Estill county, nine miles from this city, that work on the L. & N. from Winchester to Irvine will begin there June Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Coulee, of 1st. and pushed as fast as possible Mt. Sterling, visited relatives in until the road is completed. There is now no further doubt the city the last of the week. but what the road will be built Elder Gilbert, of Winchester, and built at once. was here Monday to see Mr. J. R. Hurst who continues right Helps a Judge in Bad Fix. sick. Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills, At the Burr Oak Farm sale of Tenn., was pleinly worried. A bad Jerseys in Shelby county .$5,100 sore on his leg had baffled several was paid for a bull, $1,075 for a dectors and long resisted all remehead av dies. "I thought it was a cancer," heifer and ninety-threhe wrote. At last I used Bucklen's eraged $305. Arnica Salve, and was completely Claiborne Kucker and Miss cured." Cures burns, boils, ulcers, Liza Jane Aines were married cuts, bruises and piles. 25c at all Thursday, May 23rd, Elder Flor- dealers. ence, nastor of the Stanton Christitn church officiating. week. Ur. Martin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Hen ry Wells, Friday, May 24th. e Fanners of this county report, that their corn is comini: up nicely, giving quite generally an LOCAL BREVITIES. even stand with vigorous stalk, developing rapid growth. We Patrick Henry was in Win hear much complaint about poor chester last Thursday. seed in other counties but our J. K. Hurst continues quite ill farmers raised some fine corn last year and have been well supiit. his home in this city. plied with good seed this Spring. Judge Luther Loving was in To Begin Work on Railroad. Cincinnati several days this THURSDAY, MAY HO, 1313 aro mosquitoes. As they sting they put deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow the icy chills nnd the fires of fever. The appetite flies and the strength fails also malaria often payes the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria gerrns from the blood ; give you a fine appetite and renew your Strength. "After long Buffering" wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Locama, N. C, "three bottles drove all the malaria from my system, and I've had good htalth over since." Best for all stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50c at all dealers. One ((reat secret of youth and beauty (or the young woman or the mother is Every woman, the proper understanding of her womanly system and young or old, should know herself and her physical make up. A good way to arrive at this knowledge is to get a good doctor book, such for instance, as "The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser," by R. V. Pierce, M. D., which can d copy, addressing cents (or readily be procured by sending thirty-on- e Dr. Pierce, at Buffalo, N. Y. The womanly system is a delicate machine which can only he compared to the intricate mechanism o( a beautiful watch which will keep in good running order only with good care and the proper oiling at the right time, so that the delicate mech anism may not be worn out. Very many times young women, get old or run down before their time through ignorance and the improper handling of this human mechanism. Mental depression, a confused head, backache, headache, or hot flashes and many symptoms of derangement of the womanly system can be avoided by a proper understanding of what to do, in those trying times that come to all women. well-beincloth-boun- HOW TO PRESERVE YOUTH AND BEAUTY. Mas. Williams. Mrs. G. II. Williams, of Lynnhaven, Va., wrote: "It Is six years tnca my health travo way. 1 had female trouble and all the doctors ( I employed three ) said I would die. I was not able to do my work, had to hire someone all the time. Finally, I read In the papera about Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and decided to try It. I had not taken but one bottle until I found it had done me good. I took, in alt five bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' and two of 'Golden Medical Discovery,' and now 1 am able to do all my housework, and have pained fourteen nounria. I advlaa all women whn tirTf.r from femala trouble to try your ' Favorite Prescription.' It's the only medicine on earth." When in Need of V Bulider's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, down the throat of a "srapey' chicken deitroys tho worm and .avci the chick's life. A In the drlnklne watel tiw CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera m:d i"ier chick diseases. Cooking or Heating Go to or Wrtie Stoves, One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry r.ils" slui'iM knop a bottle ol t r free sample this medicine 01 .an Ky. stroyed vegetation. The northern section of Chris nd Booklet on "nij...' of Fcls." Address, tian county was visited by a BOURBON REMEQV MMU'IY. Irrifigton, storm Monday in which hail Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best STRAWBERRY PLANTS & remedy I hnve ever tried and I have stones killed livestock, crippled the poultry people, wrecked rooliing and de- drape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, been inMrs. Geo. E.business for forty years. Kapler, Bards-town, Fruit and Shade Trees! Roses, Peonies, Phlox. E Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Ky. To Install New Telephone Line. TheCumberland Telephone and ORCHARD, LAWN and QARDUN. not had a case of gapes since I began Telegraph Company has purchasW. P. Bmcey, Basker- NO AGENTS. using it. Mrs. FREE LATA LOO. ed the Jackson Telephone vuie, va. SOLD BV and will connect it with the Company's Ions distance lines H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, Lexington, Ky. at Winchester. The wires will be of copper and will be strung of the L. along the & E. railway. T!-- company will open a pay station in Clay City. right-of-wa- y e try thins For I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two yenrs and 1 just could not mipe any chickens without it. I have : Winche&er, - Ky. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, We invite you to call and see our new stock of Spring and FERTILIZE YOUR CORN: What Texans Admire is hearty, vigorous life, according Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. Dr. "We find," he writes, 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 stomach, liver and kidney troubles. 25 cents at all dealers. To Buy Dead Flies. It Certainly Pays Suniraer Goods and get our prices. You are also invited to call We nnd see and get prices on anything else tliut you may need. try to keep every thing the people want. Fresh Goods - Low Prices Every one should be Special Price on Fence for Few Days. interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, nnd where they can get merchandise that will best suit them. It takes a little time to look around and satisfy yourself as to Bedford & Tuttle, w,nchesSucky. it is time profitably spent, for as you know, "Money saved is money made". As stated above, we try to where this place is, but keep every thing the people want. We can not, though, here call The Civics Department of the Woman's Club, of Harrodsburg, has made an offer of 25c a pint fiillikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, KY. for all dead hnusellies, when deOAPITAti STOCK. 8 100,000 to the right parties, belivered j SURPLUS AND UNSHORTHAND, BOOKKEEPING tween the dates, June 1st and DIVIDED IMiOFITH, TYPEWRITING. Angus; 1st. This is an excellent time to clean the pests out while THE they are not so numerous, and it This school has turned out hun dreds of men and women who P hoped that the project will prove are successes. It will make OF WlNOMSTBR, KY. to be a success. j a Buccess of you. ' attention to every thing, but will mention the following lines which we want you to know that we carry. "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shiny leathers in shoes, boots and low cuts. "Walk-Ove- r shoes foi Men we have them in all the new Winchester Bank, VV. Escapes an Awful Fate. styles in tans, gun metals and patent, leathers, in shoes nnd low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in them in the and at prices to suit all. Wo popular colors and latest In make-up- , suits and guarantee a perfect fit. 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I IS 1 ml. 1 L'AMAr.Tt:U TO PLEASE. to-lm- y; Writ Mention thlt Papw. SEND 10 CENTS lot mf poW Ml aacalog i4 mc.Iv tala vanaple 1 kJ Amu wUoa at .'. postpaid. tofMatr vita, UTaTBia.llSr arl aa M aim asrai tha Baal tum'm at Maat Uaaa? aw Ot alt Vuru, Ma. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything cite tails. Ia nervous prostration and female weakness, they are the supreme remedy, as thousands, have testified. our line of Ladies' ami Gents' Furnishings, llain coats Work Pants, Trunks, Stilt cusea, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines, Buggies, fc etc., it Ho. In fact see us for anything you See need, as we can ave you money. Watch for our 6j eciul sale dajs ads in other columns of this paper. k is the best medicine ever over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LI VIR AND STOMACH TROUBLE sold Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. j notes MEABCWBROOK In Memory of J. FARM Set the eggs while fresh. Keep dirt out of the dairy. gentleness. It always pays to treat the cow with It is an error to feed a horso nnce only in 24 hours. Both horses and mules should given daily exercise. be One of the most common mistakes is underfeeding the dairy cow. The age for working colts varies, with size, strength and maturity. The life of a standard separator depends upon Its care to a great extent. Rye hay, properly cured, makes an excellent hay for horses, mules and cows. to the shop over icy roads with smooth shoes may ruin your best horse. Going Shorthorns bred with good ment today are the great cattle. well as Judg- The best time to cut the tails as castrate is when the lamb Is a week old. Perhaps a banking of tbe cow barn around the foundation would help keep out the cold. Any man who strikes a horse in the head should never be allowed to touch one again. Who died Aptfl 2th, month ago today death entered our home ami took from us, not only u well heloved husband and father, but a most, faithful one That in the death of our dear beloved J. II. Burgher, we have lost a most, devoted husband and father that jtave bright promisee of even greater usefulness in the Master's cause; that while we submit to the will of Him whose ways are past finding out, it sad dens every heart to think we shall see him no more; but. al' though ours is a bitter loss, wt know that we are unable to en ter into that sacred sadness that envelops the home of friends. There are other ties more ten der th an ours; other hearts that will keenly feel his loss. When our sorrows have been tempered by the flight of time, that a char acter like his was God's beauti ful work in mortal form now raised to everlasting perfection, and that, he leaves behind him the memory whose noble qmtli ties are as a rich legacy for the imitation of his young friends. That to a just God who is too wise to err, too merciful to deal unkindly with his children, we would point the sorrowing fanii ly and pray that His grace may comfort them in their deep alllic Hon although the music of a father's voice is hushed to our ears, wo feel assured that it is being trained to the mtdodv of G. W. tinsels. Honesty and Trickery. What is our real attitude tow H. Burgher J 1)12. Out For sale, splendid milk cow The new cent and f with three cent coins which Uncle office. young calf. Apply at this Sam will start making at once as Make Your Wet Land Productive. the result of a Congressional or68 YEARS' der, will bo received by the pubBy the use of drain tile you can EXPERIENCE lic with delight, as it promises to turn that low, wet, useless, swamone-hal- Farm Drain Tile py field into tlie most productive-6poGood tile, on your farm. lltiiJi charges on many also the women the price of the artieles, which always charged up a cent, it are one is wanted. The business section of Lebanon cut down nickel things. And folks can meet 12J, 1(1$ and 8 Junction was practically wiped out by lire last week which swept The damtown's main street. age is estimated at $75,000 00 only partly covered by insurance. PUBLIC Anvono lending a (ketch and deeerlntlon mar qnlcklr ueertnln our opinion freo whether an Invention l probably patentable. Communlca. tlnnaeiriciircouuaeuiini. ttnnuouya uu rnieme patent". lent free, uldeet inner for eecurliiK to. receive I'ateuu taken through Munn A tpteUU nettce, without ehargo. In tho weeklr. tartest circulation of any clentma Journal. Tcrini, 13 a vpnrt lour moniue, tu oum ujau neweueaiera, A handiomelr lllndraled Trade Marks DE8IQN1 Copyrights Ac Scientific American Branch Office. 25 properly placed, not only carries off surplus witter, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The incieaie in the value of the land is many time the cost of the tile. The firft year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any hody can, do the work successfully. Write for particulars or ei'll at oui plant. Jn8B!Bro.dw,. Now Ynrfr F 8t Washington. D. C. Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. SALE. McCall's Magazine By order of the Hoard of Trus-tee- s of the Stanton High School, the the und'.rhigned will on the 17th day of June, 1912, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door in Stanton, Ky., sell to the highest bidder the school building and lot and McCall Patterns For Women Have More Friend than any other magazine or patterns. JfcCall'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. Save Moner and Keep la Style by for McCall's Magazine at once. Colts only 50 cents a year, including any one of the celebrated McCall Patterns free. McCall Patterns Lead all others In style, fit, simplicity, economy and number sold. More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any other two makes combined. None higher than Buy from your dealer, or by mail from 1 5 cents. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to aslc (or one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUcY-DrTuGH-T lying opposite the Court House: reserving the right to accept or re ject any or all bids. Sale on months time. It. C. Hall. Chairman, J no, D. Atkinson, Sec'y PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of even- Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 McCALL'S MAGAZINE 236-24- 6 each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday ings. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. W Cop;, Premtaa CslslnfM w4 B W. 37th St, New York City fstftra Ctttf. frM, TtML East-Bouu- Effective May 28, No. 4, Daily. A. M. 101 1. West-Houn- Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. No. 2, - The dairyman who puts a low value on his skim-miladmits bis inability in his profession. k A regular time for salting the cows summer and winter will keep you from forgetting this chore. The farmer who makes an effort to till the corn crib and smokehouse each year generally succeeds. A properly trained horse will stop as soon as anything goes wrong with the harness or his shoes. Wild strawberries have the most delicious flavor. They are easily transplanted to the garden. There is no better place for growing pigs intended either for breeding or fattening, than the pasture. Clean up the yard and farmstead generally. Plan to set out a few more ornamentals next spring. ml dishonesty? says tl.e School Journal. How seriously do we onsider trickery in either pub ic or private life? How earnest s our condemnation of the successful cheat? Do we really and truly condemn the act of tliiev ing, oris it the bungling thief vvho was not "sharp enough to get away with it" who meets our sineere displeasure? How do we punish successful trixters and thieves? Oh, certainly, we let the creature who stole a a loaf of bread, or a chicken or a coat serve a term in prison, associate him with worse and weaker than he, and turn him out again with the prison brand on him and therefore weaker and more desWe do all ot perate than ever. (his to the man who attempts a But small crime and is caught. what of the man that gets millions dishonestly? Daily. A new kindof cane that DOUBLES THE YIELD P. M. of Molasses and improves the Quality 100 per cent. Molasses clearer 1:35 2:17 than any other kind and much bettasted. Once planted no other 2:35 ter kind of cane will ever be grown on 2:4i your place for eyrup. Price $1.00 3:05 3:15 per gallon for seed. H not more 3:21 than pleased will refund your mon 3:28 ey. J. W. MIZE, 3:47 Vaughn's Mill, Ky. 3:52 Seed can be seen and sample of 4:04 molasses examined at the Times 4:25 office. 5:10 5:25 Stations. No. 1, Daily A. M. ' No. 3, Daily, P. M. 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 0:12 0:27 0:32 9:44 10:04 10:57 11:05 11:25 I.exinptnn, Winchester, L. & E. 8:50 8:03 3:3")' 4:50 4:37 4:22 4:05 Junction, 7:5T 7:37 7:1!i li:5 !:00 Indian Fields, (JLaY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Campton .Tr.nctlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beatiyville Jet, O. fc 7:10 7:05 (!:50 3:56 3:51 3:45 ' K. Junction, Jackson, Quicksand, 0:43 0:40 0:25 0:03 5:10 5:05 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 in all ?roiu!T obtainedCaveats ooontrtrt OH NO reih. and Copyright! ril. Iftttrett. Hend Sketch, Model or l'tioto, for RiroRT on patentability. Patent practice exeliulvclr. BANK MHalNCIS. 2 cents in Mamps for Invaluable book on MOW TO OBTAIN and SILL PATENTS, lileli ones will par. 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