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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 6, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912060601_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.): June 6, 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. at THE CLAY CITY' TIME S. 81.D0 Year In Advance. Vt arc here to help Clay City, pie Snrrooniing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. IJurtjhcr. Publisher. VOL. XVti. Powell County Confederates. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY at- JUNE (5, 9VJ. clemency. NO. M The execution of the law's mandate attracts little attention, for it takes place inside 'the prison walls, .mi there is no attending popular excitement such as was the case in the days when men were put to death in county jail yards, or in that sti'l more distant time when all hangings were public. The new method is a distinct improvo-ment. scription a bridge across the mouth of Brush creek. has donated all the necessary lumber. The hill on the opposite side from the mill will have to be cut down six or seven feet. This will be done " and the road from the Hoskiu place will be improved to meet the demands of the people living in that neighborhood. As it is now when the river is up persons living just across the river must travel around by Powell's Valley to get over the bridge to town. Thus they are forced to travel three or four miles to get here when they could come with the "Uncle" A. distance. The new road will were wounded. KucRer says he was wounded greatly relieve the situation. twice, but not very dangerously. Kentucky Union Company Sued. The old fellows all have wives The Kentucky Union Company except Win. Morton, S. D. Tyree was sued last Thursday by John and William Harrison. Fulton Howard, of Middlesboro, revenue Hensley is an old bachelor but is agent, for the who still looking for a wife. The asked judgment for State and old fellows are all getting feeble county taxes for the years 1008, and will not get to enjoy their 15)09 and 1010 on property valued pensions many years, but the at .15200,000. The suit was brought writer is glad to know that the at Lexington where the head State of Kentucky has come to otlices of the company are locatthe aid of these old veterans who ed. fought and bled for what they Stanton Boys at Beattj ville. thought was right, and glad that The Stanton' Ball team came old prejudice between the the old soldiere is dying out and no over Friday night, and played one'says nay to the olS Oonfeder- - two games of ball, Vith our boys. The hrst game resulted in a score of 4 to 0 in favor of Stanton and finacial the second game 11 to 10 in faA forecast by a Boston paper estimates the probable vor of Beattyville. All Stanton remained over Saturday earnings of the Louisville and supper railroad for the fiscal night for the Nashville year at 18 per cent, on $(50,000,-O0- and returned home Sunday afternoon. stock. The Stanton boys are certainly The young boy is out after gentlemen and we will be glad mulberries there being a fine to have them with us again. crop of them. Beattyville Enterprise. Brod-head-Oarr- writer of this article tended County Court iit Stanton, .June ;$rd, 15)12, and went to (Jeo. Stevens' for dinner. He there met up with several of the A. old Confederate soldiers. Kueker, aged 77 years; Nick French, 77; Moses Morton, 7i; llibird 1'owoll, 73; William 72; S. D. Tyree, 75$. This many ate dinner with the generous jailer of Powell and he did not charge them one cent. The other soldiers that were before the court were John Holder, Fulton Hensley and Poke Lewis, and they would have fared as well as the others if they had stayed to dinner. Nick French, William Morton and S. D. Tvree all have scars to show that they The liar-rison, Bridge across Brush Creek. A. C. Haines is gettini: up money to build by private sub- cut-on- one-fourt- h What the Users Say. The Times has frequently agitated the use of the King rond drag on the Powell county roads. How it works in some other parts of the States is'depcrihed by the following article from the Padu-caSun : The Board of Publis AVorks is in high spirits over the remarkable resuits of the King drag on Mill street, in Mechanicsburg. The street, wliich was in bad condition, was dragged, and is said to be one of the prettiest in the city. Neither the city nor the county lays claim to the street, and the, Board of Works is now claiming it. President O. 11. Kidd, of the board, says there is nothing like the King drag, and believes the farmers will take it up immediately. h Capital Punishment. Down in the big gray building at Eddvville, sonistimes referred to as the "Castle on the Cumberland'" but officially designated as the Kentucky Branch Penitentiary, eight men are awaiting electrocution. From time immemorial rural debating societies have discussed the question, "Should Capital Punishment be Abolished?" jjiere are many persons who believe the question should be answered in the affirmative, but the laws of Kentucky prescribe the death penalty for certain offenses, and about all the concession that has been made to adverse sentiment on the subjuct has been the substitution of the electric chair for the gallows. All executions now take place at the Branch Penitentiary, and with the advent of the electric chair Kentucky juries seem less squeamish about, returning the death verdict. In addition to the eight prisoners now at Eddy-vill- e under sentence of electrocution, live others, more recently convicted, are expected to arrive shortly, and the chief electrician is anticipating a busy season in connention with the It has been a long time sineo Kentucky had so many as thirteen executions in prorpect and it must bo remembered that the electric chair has been doing a good deal of deadly work sineu it was installed. If capital punishment really serves to repress crime the solemn activities at Eddyville should have a good influence for future peace and order. Courier-Journal. The excursions have gotten well under way. Several cars of the pleasure seekers went to Torrent and 'Natural Bridge Sunday. ; State-at-larg- e Elder J. M. Bash, a former pastor of the Christian church in this city, has moved from Winchester to Lexington. Sirs. C. Shimfessel was taken very sick Suridpy and has improved but Iittl since then. . Darlitrgsville. Mrs. Lizzie 8wwden,,of Win-, . For Judge of the Court of Appeals. Judge A. J. Kirk, of Paints-vill- e has announced as a Republican candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals of this disAs Montgomery county trict. has furnished the Judge for this district for the past fifty years, and as Judge Kirk is opposing the incumbent, an appointee of Governor Willson, who is also a unpleasant duties attendant up- Montgomery county man and as on his position. Jndge Kirk is authoratively said wholly qualified for the. When Kentucky used to hang to be we place, see no reason why the criminals the task of manipulate Republicans should not ive Ins.. C ice-crea- 0 scaffold llWthe Sheriff or one Wm. Snowden. of his deputies. The Sheriff has Mesdames Mary Hoskins, of been relieved of this grewsome Miami, Texas, and Ann E. duty. He delivers the condemnof Clark county, spent a ed man at Eddvville and there few days with Mrs. W. F. Bar-ne- his responsibility ends. The this week. does the rest, provided A. Mountz, of Hardwick's there is no message of executive creek, but a former resident of this place, has been the guest of P. D. Todd several days this week and trying his luck with the finny tribe. Bar-net- t, tt cTicafiiHifiri-fatheir- iugheVcrude It is predicted in a report of the United States Geological Survey that considerable phosphate will eventually be in Kentucky. pro-dtice- d Some succeed because others are suckers. WALDRON & Furnace JOHNSON. M New Spring Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Farmers are about through planting corn. Dr. S. T. Scrivner has returned froin Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lyle are in Lexington this week on business. Misses Mary and Georgia Howell spent Sunday with their uunt, Mrs. Lilly Lyle. Miss Ida Baker was the guest of Miss Jessie Wierman Saturday night and Sunday. WaltersvMe, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and 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 firs! Saving Money. You can do the same thing. co( in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. t Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first save s&he served. John S. Lyle has been employ, ed to clerk in his uncle's, S. M. Maple's store at Irvine. Miss Fanny Crow, of Hardwick's creek, was the guest of Mrs. Sara Adams last week. Misses Morion and Lonnio Watson, of Maucilonia, Mich., are visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Margrite Newkirk and sons, Claude and Roscoe, visited relatives near Stanton Thursday and Friday. wns Maude Messer Minnie the guest of Miss Howell, of Fitchburg, Saturday night and Sunday. Miss If yriu are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods.They willopen your eyesto an opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you, live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" SHIMFESSEL'S. fere with the consolidation which "Let the peoplo rule" is mado the Steel Trust the most slogan, and for this reason powerful corporation this couti the Colonel professes to favor try has ever produced. the primary method of selecting rUIILISHEP VKItr TIIUK8DAT. candidates. The whole truth of That good school teachers in it is the "people"' as referred to Subscription rates $1 a year or three Kentucky aro a short crop is eviby Teddy embraces the floating years in advance 82. denced from year to year. The element and the steel trust and profession of teaching in the J- E. Burgher, 1'ubllshcr. harvester trust has bought up country is far below what it was this element for the Colonel as Entered as second-clns- s mall matter. twenty.five years ago. With all just so many hogs. Roosevelt the improved methods and the has millions of dollars at his Thursday, June (i, 1911 stringent requirements of examcommand and it is safe to say inations, every tall we find teach CLUB RATES. the "people" are not furnish ers trying to instruct the young ing it. For the convenience of our sub THE TIMES. Political farmers should not $loo Reward, $100. low the band wagon to interfere The readers of this paper will be wagon. pleased to learn that there is at with the hay scileast one dreaded disease that ence lias been able to cure in all its stnges, at'd that is Catarrh. A ornnt fertilizer, and a hardy al- SWEETCLOVER - ecribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 75 Home and Farm 1.00 Inland Farmer American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 al Why Preachers (Jo Wrong. The question of "Why does preacher fall" was met be pastor Dinsmore, of the 1st Baptist church, Anderson, Ind., in his sermon Sunday with seven direct theories. Society and its "eagerness to copy the fashions of Sodom," was scored mercilessly as one of the chief contributors to ministerial delinquency. "Women walk the streets to day," he said, "and manv of them come from Christian homes who have not clothes enough to be called decent. They do it be cause it is fashion, and fashion is decorating the way to hell. When Christian mothers let their daughters go out in the street with dresses so low in the neck, as many do, aud cut so short at the bottom, as many wear them, they need not wonder that hell is stirred np in the breast of every ii i PU PIIG UUUBCH U1 HID UI'WU- - hJL. fall of pastors, Rev. Mr. Dins-mor- e says : "Because he is human. The devil is in him just the same as it is in every other man. His temptations are more subject than those of other men. There are so many women who do not seem to know the limits of frank respect for those who have helped them in 6ome way. There are some women, who, because they are either losing hopes for future bliss or because they have been disappointed in their majority, seem to want to make some pastor their coniidant forgetting that he is always a man." that backer in this light for the republican nomination, is nothing less than the great "Steel Trust" which is a more powerful organization than the iStandare Oil. They are paying Roosevelt's bills, paying postage n li is literature, hiring special cars aud automobiles and doing fverytliing that money can do to insure his nomination. Roosevelt himself is endeavoring to create the impression that his fight against Tuft is the result of jiupular demand on the part of the republican voters, for his nomination, but that popular demand is created entirely by the enormous corruption fund of millions which the Steel Trust and Harvester Trusts are furnishing. Roosevelt not only left these two great trusts unharmed when he prosecuted the other trusts but he actually helped the Steel Tuist to swallow its only rival mid competitor, the Tenis now well known Roo-.evelt- rodsburg Leader says: "It's a pretty good advertising "stunt," but neither Dr. Wiley or any other expert can purify seem not to improve. it so as to take out the ruined We see where some counties homes that the consumption of Sold by all Druggists, 75c. are to vote on bond issues to im- the purest article of that charac Take Hall's Family Pills prove their roads. This is a very ter is responsible for." constipation. . i ii move and one cuiiimenuaoie r One might enjoy ex which should be made in Powell ihe limes is in favor of the ercise and sports if ihe chigeers county spending money only were not so bountiful in the where the people who get the grass and weeds. It is, however, improved roads put up half the a great blessing that the chigger necessary money to build them, is no bigger, or else he would cut and any proposition to bond the a great figure in our hunting and county should carry such provis fishing at this time of the year. ion or understanding, and bonds A Chicago professor says he should be sold only where this has discovered the germ of spring supplementary fund has been fever. It is globular in form; raised by the citizens. shaped much like a baseball. Teddy the Terror has made Funny that candidates should much ado over Lorimer getting have fought so desperately to into the Senate the way he is carry New Jersey when neither charged of, and refused to dine one needed it, so they said. with him on one occasion. It Mr. Taft sees a crisis, in the looks to us that of the two Lori nation's historv. It woa'rs class- mer is much the better if he is guilty as charged. What worse es and shows its teethi thins a an, their hf t.hnn a nnm! nation ror rresiaent"TV bought being by the t steel' trust and the harStock of merchandise, house and vester trust? lot on railroad in Powell county, out-door-'- mi it or sixtn graae class in a country school. The school pub lie is thus imposed upon from year to year, and a large per cent, of the State's school fund wasted. Every session of the Legislature passes some law to try to do away with such a class of teachers, but the conditions that themselves should be in t i!ii.t- - The noted Frakfort distillers of "Old Taylor'' whiskey have offered Dr. Wiley the big salary of $15,000 to supcrinted the man ufacture of their whiskey and at test its purity. To this the Har- - Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a Hall's constitutional treatment. Cure is taken internally, Catarrh acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing the work. The rcprie-tor- s have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. vigorous forage plant for hay and pasture. Will urow in any soil, Can be sown even in rocky places". with spring oats, or sown aione in May for meadow, and sown in wit Ii corn at the last cultivation. Prices of seed, and circular how to grow it sent on request. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Box i 1 1I ff. 1 1 t If fHM.'.rwln nr! tffclny! famol's col' rrvnov V' fl Pff ft.wifi . J v"l K''.it 1 t,ti.i?)rt our . If- - file jt Writ VnVtr.9t Hm irrw Merr !.i U rrMt i , !( packing wul rrca.r FM ! tVm. fl ti Yrrwuf f lirrkn.. " rtfi for 1363 Kcmi St. ' f !, ItUtium I STOP! LOOK! Did it Ever Occur to You That more hard service is required of ihe Shoe than any other Clothing? arncleOiT It 's e Farm and Stock of (ioods For Sale. I offer fcr private sale my farm of 70 acres which has on it dwelling, burns, and other necessary outbuildings. The same is well wa tered and well fenced, close to churches and school. Also my stock of goods at Spout Spring. A The Colonel is fond of quoting good stand and postoflice in buildfrom Lincoln. How is this: ing. A bargain for some one. Cull "You may fool some of the peo on T. S. McKinney. ple all the time ; you may fool all Spout Spring, Ky. the people seme of the time, but Taken up Estray. you can't fool all the people all One horse came to my place 2 the time." miles above Vaughn's Mill, May It would be a most amusing 26th. He is about ten years old, pasttime to read the Courier- - is a bay with durk mane and tail, Journal should Bryan and Wil- right hind foot white, about 15 son be the Democratic nominees hands high. Owner can have same for President and Vice Presi-den- t by proving property and paying and Teddy the Republican charges T. J. Wright, leader. Vaughn's Mill, Ky. Some of our exchanges that use the ready prints of the Western Newspaper Union are apologizing for the class of advertising used on their inside pages, excusing themselves by saying they have no control over this part of their paper. With plate matter as cheap as it is now it seems to us that this can be easily overcome by discarding the ready print doing good business. Doubled money invested in six moths, part cash, balance on time. Apply at Times ofllce for further information, Clay City, Ky. 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. Wear Right. Look Right. See Priced Right. Them. Mrs. J. W. Williams. MILLS FIjOTJR r 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. IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of flour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she usee the Start them growing here now. 1 . Clay City National Bank, 1 i flour, lis uniform (piali-tand excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all u round flour on the market and gives your hreul that tempting and delicious flavor that always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the PEARL Hour. IMCAHL y Iron Co., and Roosevelt actually promised the Trust that he would not inter nessee Coal and CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. THE A HOMK-MAD- TIMES. K PAPKK. TIIUK.SDAY, JUNE , Durrett White, of Ohio, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Mi.e, at Quiek.xand, Ky., and they together came to (Jlay City Thursday of last week and spent n few days with friends and relatives in this city. Mrs. Nor-woo- d, Mrs. Chas. A. Dunlop, one of the matrons of the Highland left last week for a trip to Europe. Man Conghs and Breaks Ribs. After a frightful coughing spell a man in Nennah, Wis., felt terrible pains in his side and his doctor had been broken. found two What agony Dr. King's New Discovery would have saved him. A few teaspoonsful ends a late cough while persistent use routs obstinate coughs, .expels stubborn colds or heals weak, sore lungs. "I feel to humanity," sure its a God-Fen- d writes Mrs. Effie Morton, Columbia Mo., "for I believe I would have if I had not consumption great remedy." Its guarused this anteed to satisfy, and you can get a free trial bottle or 50 cmt or 81 Are the Fly and Mosquito Dangerous?. the fly, nun spongy leet, collects the invisible germs or diseases, spreads them over our food and poisons us with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with its bite injects into our veins malaria and yellow lever. The bacteria of contoesp tion, or drip, are everywhere present for us to breathe into our lungs. The Mood which flows through our veins and arteries is our protection. It should contain healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of warding off these disease) germs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterative made entirely without alcohol, a pure glyceric extract of bloodroot, golden seal, Oregon grape root, queen's root, mandrake and stone root, which has enjoyed m good reputation tor over forty years, llie refreshing of this extract is like Nature's influence the blood is bathed in the tonic which gives life to the blood the vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated during the winter. nce Makes the Nation (lasp. LOCAL KREVITIKS. The awful list of injuries ro a Fourth of July staggers humanity. Mrs. Kllie Tuhb, of huwiston, Set over against it, howevr, is the Me., is visitinu her aunt, Mis. E. wonderful healing, oy Buuklen'n N. Wilnmi. Arnica Salve, of thousands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, e Misses Until Entoii anil bullet wounds or explosions. Its Vollmer spent Tursday the quick healer of boils, ulcers, with friends in Winchester. eczema, sore hps or piles. 25c at and all dealers. Mfisdains Mary Hnskin Ann K. Harnett, arc visitinji Mrs. ior-trad- ris " About forty years niro while In Newark, New Jeraey, 1 had chills nnd fever," writes Mil. MICHAEL Maouirb, of National Military Home, Kans. " I went to Kansas City anil in the eprtntr of 1877 the chilli and fever returned. Doctors anil everything I tried failed to do me good. Finally 1 saw Dr. I'lcrre'a Golden Medical Dlacovcry advertised. I took one bottle of it and Iho chills vanished. In about a year afterward I felt them coming hack so I got another bottle and have never had any symptoms of fever or ague since. That is all of twenty years asro. for I had tho chills olnut twelve years beforo I started to take 'Golden Medical Discovery.' " M. Maoui&e. Esq. Dr. Pierce's Pleasent Pellets are tor liver Ilia, to-da- Grant Klkin at Heattyville. Dr. Hurst, ot Virginia, is visit inj; his brother, J. H. Hurst, who continues to not improve. Miss Mary Kennedy, of Ind., is visiting lier cousin, Miss Gertrude Vollmer. Law-reiieebn- r, Students Reinstated. Mrs. Hettie Pollard, of Waco, Texas, is visiting her brother, Clarenee Hazelrigg and family. Willie Hendricks, who has employment at Winchester, was in citv over Sunday visiting his Harvest is on in Texas and OkEagle lahoma with favorable reports as boys were will giaduate in a few days. to the quality of the wheat crop. Jo. Cannon and M. E. Englc, two of the boys expelled from size at the Kentucky Wesleyan College store. last week were in Clay City in the Spring with the College Team. They made many friends here who were surprised to know that the college had such a radical rule as to expell a student for simply engaging in a ball game away from home. The only charge against the boys was that they had accompanied an aumateur team of Winchester players and went to Millersburg and played a game of base ball. At. a meeting of the faculty the Swann-Da- y Lumber Co.'s When in Need of S Bulider's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, i down tlic thrnat of a "gapey" chicken destroys the wormi and saves the chick's life. A few drop In ths ilrlnklne watei Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cooler auJ othjr chick diseases. BourbonPoixItryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry nis" hiM kirp a bottle ol medicine in tiand U it fur free sample SSid of Ful." Address, Booklet on "DUc.. BOURBON One 50c Cottle of O'Hear and little son, Harry, ave spending the week with Mrs. O'Kear's sister, Mrs. J. 0. Fitch, in Lexington. Mrs. .J. 11. Fruit and Shade Trees! & STRAWBERRY PLANTS I Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, RE'JEOt COKFA'IY, Larlnston, Hf. When a "blind tiger," near 0 rape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, .linkins, was raided by officers, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. two Italians were killed and a For deputy sheriiF and two others ORCHARD, Everything and GARDEN. LAWN were senously wounded. vr.;-.-,, CATALOQ1 NO A0ENT5. Miss Sarah Frances Strange, FREE daughter of W. E. Strange, aged H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, eleven years, died yesterday of Lexington, Ky. on Hardwick's tuberculosis creek. Burial in the Strange graveyard today. Bourbon Poultry Cure is the beat remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the poultry business for forty years. Mrs. ueo. E. Hapicr, Bards-towKy. I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two years and 1 just could not raiee any chickens without it. I have not had a case If .gapes since I began using it. Mrs. W: V'. Bracey, Basker-villVa. n, Winchester, - Ky. e, SOLD BY C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invito you to call and see our new stock of Spring and Move on Now! says a policeman to a street crowd, and whacks head if it don't. ''Move on now," says the big, harsh, min- j FERTILIZE eral pills to bowel congestion and suffering follow. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't bulldoze the bowels. They gently persuade them to right action, and healh follows. 25c at all dealers. i YOUR CORN It Certainly Pays Low Prices Fresh Goods Special Price on Fence for Few Days. Summer Goods and get our prices. You are also invited to call We and see and get prices on anything else that you may need. try to keep every thing the people want. Every one should be interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where they can get merchandise that will best suit them. for as you It takes a little time to look around and satisfy yourself as to profitably spent, where this place is, but it is time Marguerite Ewen, of Stanton, and Mr. J. L. Oldham, a prominent merchant of Salt Lick, were married last Thursday at tlio l'htiMiix Hotel in Lexington, the Rev. I. .1. Spencer, of that city olliciating. Miss Bedford & LEXINUTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. Tuttle, W,NC,1W K OAPITATj know, "Money saved is money made". As stated above, we try to We can not, though, hero call keep every thing the people want. attention to every thing, but will mention the following lines Hillikan Business SchoDl, ktook. SHORTHAND, which wo want you to know that wo carry. SURPLUS AND UN- - si 00,000 i3 DIVIUBO 1MJOFITS, JOO.OOO Had you noticed that there TYPEWRITING. are no catepillars building nests in apple trees as formerly? This THE This school has turned out. hun is a most welcome occurrence to dreds of men and women who P Bank, h the farmers who formerly had are successes. It will make OK WlNOHHTKR. KY. great webs of these pests to cona success of you. tend with each season. 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SEND 10 CENTS tfcU PmMm 4 a&.i - mi Electric Bitters Sacceed when everything else fell. Ia aervoua proitratioa and female weaknesses, they are the supreme seasedy, m tkouiaadt have testified. ' need, as wo can save you money. Watch for our special 6ale days ads in other columns of this paper. u Bui vniikBtt tur it ia the FOR KIDNEY, LI VIR AND STOMACH. TROUBLE beat saedkiM ever aold over a druggiat'a counter. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton In many respects agriculture is Charging it costs $0 00 to bathe more of a science in the Old a Senator in the luxurious bath the evidence and substantiated World than in our own country. rooms of the Senate office build the charge in its columns that A writer in Farm and Fireside ing, in Washington, Senator John Roosevelt was a drunkard of the says the farmers of Europe do Sharp Williams in a speech urgvery worst kind. land as we ed the removal of the baths to Teddy's ova not talk of worn-ou- t sive answer to'this is fully ex do in America. They give more make room for public documents posed in the last issue of Clean careful attention to the soil and now stored in an unused car l .i I'onucs anu tne original cnarge they get better results. The barn. He Baid: "The baths hero arouse criticism. To keep that he is a drunkard further same writer goes on to say : verified. has them is like going through a bull "The American farmer When Roosevelt said : "I have swept across the continent, leav- pasture waving red Hags, which never drunk a highball or a cock- ing abandoned farms and worn makes a bad impression on the tail." To this Clean Politics out fields in his wake, until now bull. It gives muckrakers a : "Well, that might be true. wo have come to the point where chance to rake and the graft if- The American people are not in- all our arable land has been oc n't worth while."' terested in the particular brand cupied, and we can no longer of liquors you drink. The com- woar it out and abandon it. We Cattle reached the nine cent mon knowledge around Washing- must not only maintain ourselves mark in Cincinnati last week. ton is that your favorite drink is on the Janu we nave, we must PUBLIC SALE. champagne and ule, which you do maintain a population that will not deny drinking. soon be double and treble what By order of the Hoard of Trus-tee- s "I doubt if I drink a dozen it now is. of the Stanton High School, the tcaspooniulls 01 brandy in a ''Where shall we look for in- the tinckrsigned will on (the 17th year." says Roosevelt. "No formation if not to the countries day of June, 1912, at 1 o'clock p. person has accused you of drink of an equal degree of civilization m., at the Court House door in ing brandy, Colonel, answers his that are much older than our own Stanton, Ky., sell t the highest assailant. "Wait until someone and have a much greater popula- bidder the school building and lot makes such a charge before you tion to their area Here in Eu- lying opposite the Court House; run to the press with a denial to rope are farm lands that have reserving the right to accept tor re cloud the real issue which is this : been in cultivation for a thou- ject any or all bids. Sale on six Youdrik,you drink heavily; you sand years and are producing months time. get drunk. These are the charges larger crops than our fertile virR. C. Hall, Chairman, you must face before the Amer-ic.- gin soils, and no one ever thinks Jno, D. Atkinson, Sec'y. people, and these are the of those farms wearing out. On PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. charges you must, answer. the other hand, they become Mr. Roosevelt, you are making more valuable and more productyour campaign on the slogan, ive year by year. It is a notable Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of each month. 'Let the people rule,' meaning, fact that has been repeated over Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenof course, that you are the people. and over to the American farmings. ouhave condescended to the er, that the average production Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. lowest depths of quagmire poli- per acre of the European countics; vou have falsified where it tries, particularly England, Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. suited your case and you have France and Uermany, is over told the truth only in such in twice the average production of A new kindof cane that stances in which the truth suits the same crops in the United DOUBLES THE YIELD better than a falsehood. Colonel, States. Wherein lies the differ- of Molusses and' improves theQual you can no more get around the ence? It is not because Euro ity 100 per cent. Molasses clearer ghost of young drinking habits pean lands are uatually morefer than any other kind and much bet ter tasted. Once, planted no other. j than .you can flee from aciy other tile trjan American, but because kind of cane wipever be grown on " characteristics1 w"retclid of they are farmed more intensive your place for syrup. Price $1.00 yours the people have already ly. The land is better prepared per gallon for seed. Lf not more found out. You may get the Re- for the seed, plowed deeper, than pleased will refund your mon J. W. MIZE, publican nomination and proba worked more before seeding, and ey. Vaughn's Mill, Ky bly will, but you will have to face as far as ppssible the lands that charges regarding your personal Seed can be seen and sample of liabits that are as true us holy writ are to be planted in the spring molasses examined at the Times and no shrewdly manipulated are plowed in the fall and allow office. denial concerning which will ed to weather during the winter, the people. The proof of a system that deserves to be tiiese charges shall be blazencd greatly extended on American upon every housetop of America, in case you are the Republican farms, especially in our corn lands." nominee. When the population of the promptly obtained In all countries oil NO MI. Congressman R. Y. Thomas, of TRaDCMARKS, caveats and CoprrlBhtsreirta. United States was spurse farmluteml. hmd rArtt'li, Model or l'lioto, for the Third Kentucky district mil HirORToiip.vtenUMIitr. rmrnttimct-Icing land was plentiful. When esrluslvelr. BANK RtriRCNCIS. hemi 2 rents In stumps lor Inramabl book in a fistic combat with two OBTAIN and SILL PATENTS. ?5. !,?W T0 Will the soil ceased to be productive lllrll Olifa n.v llnw ... twf narii... newspaper men and ran them patent law and oilirr raluable Information. the farmer abandoned his old from the Committee room beD. SWIFT CO. cause they had misrepresented fields and sought, new ones. It PATENT LAWYIR8. is not so easy nowadays to do him in a report. L303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. that sort of thing and in all parts Col. Henry T. Duncan, Sr., of the country efforts are being twice elected mayor of Lexing made to rebuild these abandoned ton, and a pioneer newspaper farms and make them productive! man of that city died Tuesday once mow. In addition deserts age seventy-livyear. and swamp lands are being reclaimed and farmers are farming SPOUT SPRING. in localities that would have been New Ihere was a motion picture regarded as impossible and unshow at the school house Tuesday profitable a quarter of a century mght. ago. Dictionary Mr. and .Mrs. Moses McKinuey It is a simpler and more sensiTHE MERRIAM WEBSTER? spent Sunday with friends on ble process to conserve and preserve a productive farm than to Ilardwick's creek. TZOX, covering ovory field ct tl.a world's thought, Mrs. Dillard Snowden, of Win- work it to death and then under action and culture Tlio ouly the task nun- - unabridged dictionary in chester, and sou, Willie, attend- take respect of rebuilding it. in this at least Americans many yejrj. ed decor.ition services here can well aflord to take lesions Because " deflnes over 400,000 Thursday. from the European farmers. ll'ord.s; mors than over an-swe- rs m en-gag- Scores the Colonel. A few weeks ago Glean Poli tics, a Prohibition paper secured Conserving the Soil. , Costly Bathing. office. For sale, splendid milk cow with young calf, Apply at this OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you enu fluid Into the most produetivo spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only earries oil surplus water, it admits air to the hoII und niukt'f it easy to work. It improves any soil. The inereuce in the value of the laud is many timet the cost of the tile. Tlio first year's crop from tiled land puyn for it. Any body eun do the woiii mm TRADE MARKS Anyont lending qutcklr ascertain Intention la probably patentable. Communlrn tionsHiricuyconmieiillii!. HANDBOOK on Imenu entfree. Idest affner foreeuiTii tmtenta. I'Ateuts taken 1 6 rough Munn & cb. recelre tvtcial nttlcs. without coarse. In the turn that low, wet, uselms, swnni-p- y Copyrights Ac a ketch and description mr our opinion free whether an DcsiaNa A liandiomelr lllnatrated Wf f klf. Tjirfeat clr. dilation of anr aclentlflo lonrnal. TcrmB, f a leurt four montba, L Sold by all rewadenlera. scKMinc American. Branca umca, successfully. Write for particu lars or ci' II ut out plant. MUNN & CoJ!" Bb. New York y aaomgion. ja v Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. McCalFs Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women Have More Friends 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. Sara Money and Keep In Style by lub. scribing for McCail's Magazine at once. Costs 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 aold. More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any other two makes combined. None higher than Buy from your dealer, or by mail from 15 cents. Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the For this wrong one given you. reason we urjc you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUck-rmigH- T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, rella- - K ble medicine, for constipation, in-- p digestion and liver trouble, Is firm- - i ly established. It docs not imitate I other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than ell others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 McCALL'S MAGAZINE 236-24- 6 No W W. 37th St., NewYork City Copy, 8npU Ptnlus trt CatalofM wjutet. ud Ftttt n CaUlofua East-Boun- d. SUrIrMfARY OF L. & E. TltyiE TflSLE. Effective Mny 28, 1911. West-Houn- No. 2, Daily. P. M. 1:35 2:17 2:35 2:49 8:05 3:15 3 I No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. No. 1, Daily A. M. No. :!, DAily. P. M 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 Lexington, Winchester, L. & . Junction, Indian 'Fields' 's Stanton, Itosslyn. Filson, Camptop .Ir.nctlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville .Tct, O. & K. Junction, .Tnokson, OLAY'CITy---" 8:50 8:05 7:51 , , 5:35 4:50 4:37 "8:50 U "4 :22 4f:0iT S :56 ) :d0 9 :"5 :27 :32 3:47 3:52 4:04 5:1!) :'8 7:05 G:59 0 :43 3:51 3 :45 9:12 9 9 0 10 11 4 :25 :44 :04 :05 6:40 0:25 G:03 10:57 11:25 5:25 5:10 5:05 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1 :50 Quicksand, 1:26 e h & CONNECTIONS. 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