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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 27, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912062701_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 27, 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. 9 THE CLAY 1 CITY TIMES SI. DO u Year In Ailvnnci. We arc here to help Clay City, the Surroon line Country and Ourselves. .1. U. Hiiiijhir. !' llbkr. VOL. XVJT. Work the Roads Early. How about rniul working? CLAY CITY. KY.tJIUHS1)AY School Attendance. Bolt Starts at Winchester. JUNE III L'7. IdrJ. i Trouble Over School Teachers. The y .,,., . Times just cannot help but .keep harping on our roads. They are now passable anil but little interest seems to be made inani-- . test. The old saying "no use to pray after the devil conies" is applicable to road working. No use to complain of bad roads after they come round in the winter. "Prepare for war in time of peace", should be our cry. War on bad roads during the summer time and as early as possible. Crops will soon be oil" hand, and as soon after this as possible work should begin. If we can work our roads in .July and have them well drained for the winter and in a good ovul shaped condition, and of reasonable width we will find that we will not have such miserable mud holes next winter. We will also find that our roads will get to their best so much quicker next Spring too. In working our roads this fall the road drag should be brought very prominently into use as the road drag will do so much more work with the same amount of labor than can be done in any other way. Under any and all conditions what work is done on our roads should be done as soon as possible so they may become well packed down before the fall rains and freezes come. One authority on rottd working eay ealtwor on dirt roads after June is worse than no work at all but we do not believe that because we have seen very efficient and effective work done to dirt roads in July and August. However, it is true enough that the earlier the work is done the better. We hope to see a full attendance at all the country schools Monday and this attendance be kept up throughout the. full term. Hoys and girls should remember that now is the time for them to get un education, and an education connot be gotten by goinsi to school one day or week and remain away two. Kvury day going to school is what counts. There is no excuse in Kentucky for a young man or girl growing up without an education. Hegiu now to acquire this by beimr at school every day with uood lessons, and if you chance to not like your teacher, be as we once saw one of our .schoolmates who fancied his teacher didn't like him, but said he was coining anyway just to spite her. some-thihg- special from Winchester says: Winchester and (Jlurk county Republicans, long since noted for taking the initiative! upon important questions, sustained theifj reputation todoy when, in answer to a call, a lari:e number oijtliein met at (he courthouse and formed a militant organizationjfor the avowed purpose of promoting House velt:s candidacy for the presidency. Lucicn Beckner, editor of the Winchester Sun, and a stanch supporter ofp Roosevelt, was A some of the country schools there seems to be some mix-uover the selection of teachers. I his should not be as controversies in schools frequently mars the success of the schnol for a term at least. Some of the capes will be decided by a meeting of the boards Sat nr. .lay at which time teachers will be selected where they have not heretofore been agreed upon. p sub-distri- SPOUT SPRING. Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Barns, a daughtet las week. Shelt McKinne .uid Owen Patrick were in Wimliestcr on business Friday. -- Mr. and Mrs. Shelr McKiimov entertained a number of frietnN at dinner on Sunday. W.,1. Christopher, if Winchester, spent a few day- - here la? chairitliin, and Mack Maun was elected secretary. Resolutions' were adopted denouncing tbjSlnctinn of the Chicago convention in unseating the Roosevelt delegates from California and $exas, and the keynote of thS? resolutions was, "Thou One hundred years ago the i ted States was engaged in a war with the mother country, England. The of the editor of this paper, Man-soHurgher, was a captain in the army of that war. There are now no survivors of this war on the pension rolN, the last one having died a few years ago. lT-- n great-grandfath- n The addresses were interrupted with frequent applause. The feature speech was made by I!. 1J. Perry, fortifier postmaster uud a lifelong 'Republican. In an shallot steal". impassion'edMeech, interspersed with fiery-flights- , he denounced Taft andprocMflued Roosevelt to be the "grejesr. .American cm-zen 5) jwniber of petitions m are beinir ct fated to test the The huckleberry crop is boun- strength o new movement. tiful this year. They have apGeorge peared on the local market and feesef, of Clark ding. a few days a.re bringing 40 cents per gallon. county, is a re. fyM . Vn?r ' u 1 e "r 8 Sliyifessel j ncKberries'thougn, much cost in this city. lier. The dewher.y crop is also good and is now ripe. REPORT OltfrflE CONDITION A servant girl interests. was kidnapped from the country Kltler P. X. Taylor, of Win-to- n, home of Mr. Geo. W. Anderson, will bold ericis at Sr., on the Levee pike Sunday church Saturday miii-night after the family had retired. and Sunday inoruiuv. Kverybud; She was taken by parties named most cordially invite I. White who lived on the place and the parties were supposed to have The National Democratic C hidden in the woods in the vicin- vention convened Tuesday at ity of Stanton, Powell county. One Baltimore. .Indue Alton B. Pararrest was made by Deputy Sheri 11' ker was elected temporary chair-maUuilfoile after the man attempted over W. .1. Bryan. to get a marriage license in Clay Do You Know. City. Thegirl was given toMr.An-dersoIf a man knows not and know seven years ago by the Fisnot that he knows not ; cal Court, she having at that time Shun him. He is a fool. been an inmate in the County Ina firmary. She was well cared lor If man knows not and knows that he knows not : and greatly respected by the famlie is simple ; teach him. ily and a liberal reward of .flUI) a was oll'ered for her return to Mr. If man knows and knows !.; that he knows: Anderson. He is aslrep, wake him. Tuesday afternoon the child, If a man knows and knows th.i twelve-year-old tiirl Kidnapped. week looking alter lus businc- - tist i -- n n whose name was Mary Bishop, J returned to Mr. Anderson's place, He is wise a man, follow him. accompanied, it is said, by Albert '5vle,B.uJ8Mear.dd bejy vritlv iFOR SALx he knows; The new pastor of the Presbyterian church in this city and Stanton will preach here Sunday morning and at Stanton Sunday night. Stock of inerchanilis0. bouse ami" remorse drank carbolic acid and died in a few hours. YounirWhite lot on railroad in Powell county, THE for whom the officers had been doir.g good huines. Doubled Clay City National Bank searching, went to the home of money invested in six moth. 1 lulu ! Slwr iV t ii i .1 rl i w.oil.k i At (.'lay Oity in the state of Kentucky, ..i.,i,t Apply ....... I"'" cash, balance on tune i, iu lit tin; close of business June 14th, 1012, in the county jail Mt. Sterliim 1,1 Time. office for further informa tion, Clay City, Ivy. Gazette. RESOURCES. 1 I I r' r fi I ) Miss Mary White, of Winches- Overdrafts, secured and unMrs. Silas llammons continues secured very low and it is thought she ter, is visiting the family of her U.S.Bonds to eccuro circul'n uncle, T. G. White. cannot last much longer. Dnnds, securities, etc Hunking-hous- c, Loans and discmints $.13,340 10 1,213 71 23,000 00 30.875 00 New Spring Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. furniture, uud fixtures 3.500 O') Due from approved reserve 15,'70G (10 agents Fractional paper currency, 13." 47 nickels, and cents Lawful Money Keservk in Hank, viz: Specie $2,218 (f, 2,218 05 WALDRON & JOHNSON, ' & ' i Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of Ceneral .Merchandi.-- e ! it- -. lledomption fund with U. S. Treiii.r(5 of civ'l'n) Total 1 ,250 00 23 and f 130,248 . are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us LIABILITIES. Capital stookpaid in $25,000 00 3,000 00 Surplus fund Undivided profits less expellees 4,387 33 nud tuxes paid Nnt'l bunk notes outstanding 25,000 00 Due to other N'ut'l Bunks . . 2,301 02 Individual deposits subject to 70,555 08 check . j they arc N SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! coA Saving Money. You can do the same thing. h P Totul $180,248 23 in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first save some served. named hank, do solemnly wear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. T. Whitt, Cuhier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd day of June 1012. Patrick Henry, Notary Public. My commission, expires Juu. 20, 1010. CoiiKKCT Attest: J no. I). Atkinson, ) Chas Scott, Directors. ) Jus. 1). Hall, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ok Kentucky, ) . County of I'owbll, J I, A. T. Whitt Cashier, of the Statk If you are not &4 already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you sonic of our goods. They willopenyoareyestoan Ui 3SJ opportunity. IrJ & Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in CUy City or near our store we will "deliver the goods' I I- SHIMFESSEL'S. Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths oi each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. Rev. J. C. Hwdey, Pastor. mid if unsatisfactorily by the state, would ho subject to Federal review. The Colonel litis never lieen for any. I'UIIMMIKt' VKISV TllUllSllAY tiling that would do tiny serious Nifouriptioti rates SI i ear or three M1,n" to tne vested interests of this, country, and he never will vcar iti advance THE TIMES- .-S'-!-. .1. IJ. ISurrjItcr. Publisher. he. The noise he makes amuses and !,ml il lst'rbunce to govern- land. nient. Any man of his turbulent When the Republicans got in disposition must be. But there to power again tliev boosted the Cornier-JournSI. 00 ' 110 real or lasting harm in him. tariff, which had been lowerec " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 The Searehlitih. ' Jy the Democrat; Prices of nec e DO " Herald Home and Farm 75 The Times can see no need for essaries went up, the rank am Il II ml Farmer 1.00 ., ." tmrtv. Tin. Iti.nnlili..nn file became indignant and in 185): ' " American Farmer party stands out for prosperity again made Cleveland President Southern Agriculturist to all classes through the medi Well, William Howard Taft Tribute to Roosevelt. tun of the man of means: the won over T. R., the terror, as he We are now having a Hoose'-el- t Democratic party stands out for ' Taft has con spasm. But let us not get success to the country by an e deserved to do. ducted a decent, campaign, and i.nduly excited about it. There qunl showing to all men alike he and his lieutenants have - not hint: very deep to it. or with no favors to anybody: The steered clear of'any scandal ery iierniauent. The Colonel is Socialist party is for adivsion of a menace to our free insti-- t everything though the one who while on the other hand all the itions. He has always staid icceives the most may not take money that could bo used in the l itched, and he has been tied ,i care of it two days. The Prohi interest of the Colonel was in i umber of times. bition party is the best of all the command. This too, in the face of the ooen declaration of tho Let iia iook the situation over parties, hut there is a very poor boss that he wanted the people iltnly. lie has been eontinu- - showing for this party because to rule. The platform upon ttly in public life for almost a there are too niary other princi- which Taft is running is a typi i.uarter of a century. Ue was a ples involved in the old parties . lember of the New York legis- and the Prohibition party is not cal uepubiican platform. The Times is opposedto the princi lature, and no legislation of any yet ti contending party nor will ples enunciated ihHhis platform, I'loment is credited to him. lie it be for some years to come. but respects them because there was Police Commissioner of New The principles enunciated bv is no attempt to attract votes by Vork, and no reform was accom these parties are all that any. one lished by him. He was Assist-- should require. There is no hope inserting tariff jilanks, which are never intendepto be carried ; nt Secretary of the Navy, and for success of a third party and out, as has been the' case in form thinus were in the rottenest con- - ""J two contending parties hold er platforms of theg. o. p. litioii in that department when ' ,)llt borne hope for success. It lie left it that thev had ever' seems to us that a vote for some- Champ Clark telegraphed con been, and that is saying a great thing in sight is better than a gratulations to Henjj' Watterson i'ial. Not that he was responsi- vote for a cause that has no show the same to be furtw: dispatchble for the conditions, but he of success. ed to Ollie James,, the services of Gov. certainly didn't do anything to The Upited States spends when TBI majority of jJEhen-lially . $5,000000 tor the mai went to went 'and' made more) noise of a standing army, for him in thteir Mss convenan, and did as little damniie as .$125,000,000 annually for its na- tions. In the first teSof strength any other man in the army. He val establishment. $20,000,000 at. Baltimore Ollie forsook Clark, was Governor of New Verk, and annually for improvement of but McOreary sMick ftist to Clark if any man can find even chem- rivers and harbors and $4,000,000 supporting him and Sill causes . .1 : i i ical traces i f "reform" in that Mutually for diplomatic leaning to ms advantage, wniie ; James proposes to support Clark iliniiiistration he is an optimist. abroad. For' seven years he was I'resi-oeiiBut the United States govern- only in the linal vote. That's and he did nothing that ment spends nothing annually generally the way it is seriously amounted to anything. for thoconstruction and improveHas a man the right to J lis personal conduct was annoy ment of public highways. of an opinion formed of and offensive to certain class-i- s i'iu The Democratic House, howhim based on the company he of people who favor ti dimiifi. ever, has passed a bill providing keeps? We keep good ed administration of the execu- for the expenditure of from company or none, theii'we might tive ollice of the nation, and who to $18,000,000 annually are somewhat committed to the for the improvement of thecoun-try'- s expect good opinions formed of us or none. i institutional features of our roads, and if the Republi. ivernnient, luit so far as perniii-- i can Senate does not chloroform i'Ut impress upon our institu-t'nii- s tho measure in committee, the is concerned, he might Congress will have A great fertilizer, and a hardy uite iis well never have been in inaugurated a public policy which vigorous forage plant for hay and V. ishinuton. will permit the farmers of the Will grow in, any soil, n tne people oi this country! country to receive a just share of even in rocky places. Can be sown I refer the noise and bluH'iind1 the benefits of the vast govern-nien- t with spring oats, or sown alone in Mav for meadow, and sown in with luster, why shouldn't thev be expenditures. corn at the last cultivation. Pricps Minitted to have it? It shouli If tho Republican party is of seed, and circular how to erow it le noted caietully that Colone sent 011 J ...mi, iuel .... T...... I..... ooevelt's solicitude for the aiirmt I'.ji.ii .......m. .... iMivuiiinur BOKHARA 'SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. near expression and bindin 5 because of its failure to keep Box !! force of the voice of the people is minted to such glittering gener alities iis catch the eur of a man diverts the populace, and the real interests are perfectly willing to .f ttnc 27, UH'l 1'liurMlay, pay the bill, so long as the amust1 nient doesn't reach them. Of C.U'l KATES. course, Roosevelt is ti disturbing Kit the convenience of our sub- - elenfent a disturbance to busi- iri!liirhl H'n li'lt'ii limn )fll. rntuu Kntereil us .... .1 liiuil mutter. ! . Mow mentioned: The Times and al tth the following papers at prices. 11088 its tarifT promises, it will not be the first time that the tariff op. erated to the same end for the party of protection. During the war the tariff had beed elevated to the skies but' afterwards tho Democrats tried to have it reduced. By JSS0 the Keniihlicns had to notice tho de- iniand. They rirotnised down- ward revision "but in 1882 passed a bill making only slight reduc-HonThe public got mad just likeit is now over the bill and in 1881 defeat- ed the party and 'elected Clove s. Friction in cruntry school dis$loo Reward, $ioo. tricts tire more annoying and turThe readers of this paper will be bulent and are of greater injury pleasedto learn that there is at to the communities affected than least one dreaded disease that sciany other troubles. They should ence has been able to cure in all bo uvoided. its stages, at'd that is Catarrh. Ollio, Tames can't run the whole thing as he thought he could. Ho has just learned .too that he can't oven run tho half of the whole thing in Kentucky alone Most of our great men curb their greatness with their tongue. Can you expect an honset icial from a off- Payne-Aldric- h dishonest politician? I.oui-vill- I ,. -- Farm and Stock of (loods For Sale. I offer fcr private snle my farm of 70 acres which has on indwelling, barns, and other necessary outbuildings. The same is well watered and well fenced, close to churches and school. Also my stock of goods at Spout Spring. A good stand and postoflice in building. A bargain for some one. Call on T. fc. jMcKmiU'V, Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, ncting directly uptui the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the 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 thai it fails to care. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists, Toe. Take Hall's Faniilv Pills constipation. for l- Spout Spring, Ky. Clearance Sale OF 1 1 SUMMER GOODS. Every thing in Lawns, Every thing in Summer Hosiery, . an-;p- tj e todKes $jfHtif ilring j.1 in r ri T mr 1111 n .1 '" j -- - Every thing Every thing in Silk Petticoats, in Millinery, Large line of Laces and Embroideries, Every thing Large, line in Ribbons, .1 i repre-sentativ- of Summer Silks, in Muslin Every thing Every thing Underwear, i, in Dressing Sacks, Every thing in Kimonas, Odds and Ends in Corsets, com-plai- n -- $10,-000,00- 0 SWEET CLQVER pii-tur- e. Every thing in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers, Every thing in Boys' Suits and Odd Pants, Every thing in Straw Mattings, and many things that we can't name in small ad. like this and you will be delighted when you have examined this line of things. Making room for Fall and Winter Goods. Sixty-secon- d Mrs. J. W. Williams. Come to Clay City to the 4th of July Celebration, and also to take advantage of the splendid bargains you will find at our flore. I 1 . I , iti a hurrry. He is for the recall of judicial decisions. This i bound to catch I5y Jill means let us put a utes ' imp in the judges. This seoms t tin constitutionalist to bo sub- rinii of the very foundations of r government. Hut, when we me in atom, n, it turns out to li niilv a bunl sounding noise. Hi' l mil lot i lie recall of decisii of Fi'deinl .i.uitH. The large i iiiiii'ial power" that have .ihvays li his frii'iitir- i.re not menaced v the recall nl tjie decision, cm" thev would all fall under! vr if i.! the Federal con. - GOOD YOU MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of flour with the housewife who loves good home, made bread when she uses the METHODS, FACILITIES and TREATMENT will find them all at the attract CUSTOMERS. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK I I'EAIIL flour. Its uniform (pmli. ty and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around Hour on the market und giviHyonrbrei.il that temptiiii: and delicious tbivor that always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the PEAK I. flour. IL" is seektne YOUR bank account!. 1 1 Made by turn Km J, ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, r3 1Mb A IIOMiv-MADE r t lIMtb. I'AI'KR. JUJCE27, 1M12 i t r i- - r ! Most of t lie schools in t lie The annua! convention of the comity will begin .Mondiiy, July Kentucky State Teachers' Asso1st. ciation is in session at Louisville. Man Conghs and Ilreaks Ribs. The splendid rains After a frightful coughing spell a by warm enough wont her is Minking crops urow faster audi man in Ncnnah, Wis., felt terrible faster. The wheat crop in this Pin in his fide and his doctor part of the state where wheat is found two ris hurt heen broken. grown is a very poor crop this What agony Dr. King's New Dis covery would have saved him. A year. few teaspoon8ftil ends a late cough Clay City contnirv to our rewhile persistent use routs obstinate port last, week, will have a pi nir jiih- Ith. The boys r in't let the coughs, expels stubborn colds or heal weak, sore lungs, "I feel day pass without sumo fun so to hmnnnitv." sure its a they got together and decided to Mrs Effie Morton, Columbia celebrate the day in grand style. writes .Mo., "for I believe I would have See posters for particulars. if I had not consumption Judge J. Smith Hays of Win- - used this great remedy." lis guar Chester, will seek the Democrat- - anteed to satisfy, and you can get a ic nomination for Judge of the free trial bottle or ."() cfnt or 81 Court of Appeals through the size a Swann-DnLumber Co.'s August primary. Mr. Hays is a store. good man, a good democrat and one eminently qualified to (ill the place on the Appellate bench with credit to himself and State. God-sen- d to-day TllflWDAY, LOOAL .Mrs. BREVITIES. Willes from Missouri is vfsiting Mrs. A. T. I'etttt. Miss Sellyors, fit Lexington, is visiting Mrs. A. T. W'liitt. .liinies whs 15. lliill, of Lexington, here Tuesday on business. The burdens a woman has to can t't.otis,1) life nre many titif they can tightened if she wijl turn to Dr. Pierce's I tri ,s Prescription, A KrothinjJ and strengthening nervine subduing nervous ex..'.i!i!!.y, prostration, fiMcrta, and the many symptoms which may be cmscd Hy distrrjsslnf; t!!s peculi " pains or digress to women. For those " drajU'jng-dow- n fur the-- clersnAo t ou..fi:;ils I ments and Irregularities the "Favorite Prescription" li, s li.id testimonials from pcoplo living In every part of Amuiic.i. AiiNthir iriiiort.u.r thing to every teaman is that this medicine is made from cedent men' or.: roc ..II )'. r f i.if-e- i. without the use of alcohol, narcotics, or any injurious agents. ents given on and sworn to by Dr. It. V. Pierce .. in : r.vili!.: f ' iu".:l of the Invalids Hotel and surgical Instituu N.Y. Every woman is invited to write to this li. :.:.! t ' receive confidential and sound mcJicul ndicc, ".!;r. . without cost from one who makes the Uireases of v.m bis specialty. "I can chporfiilly recommend your reiiMilles. PMiocIal.y your ' Favorite Preset liitlon,' for nil foinalel.-oul- i rs," writes Miss. M. M. Moimixr.. of llluir City, Tetin.. I.'i.ute S. "Durlnz tlmpistsovpti yuan) I sulTcred from palm In tho back atW o.arles. Tried many remedies but found only transient ri'lh t until I wns persuaded by a friend to IrylJr. Pierce's 1'avorito i 'rescript ion. After Klvlntr this remedy a fair trial. I found that It would do just what It I recommended v do. I used In all seven bottles. I cannot speak too highly of Dr. l'lercu's remedies for all female derangements." -o m-1 1 bottle-wrnpp. WOMAN'S t Mas. MoRitEiu Dr. Pierce's Pteasent Pellets regulate liver Ills. The Clay (Jity National Bank has another one of their fine reports in this issue. V J. U. Rash, of Cincinnati, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt but week. Mr. and Mrs. When in Need of ) ( ) The Rev. A. L. Byrd, of Spruce, is conduction a series of meetings at theOhristian church. The Rev. Mr. Byrd is representing the sect known as sanctified. baseball Winchester has urown tired of business and sold their franchise in the Bluegrnes League Mt. Sterling is to Mt. Sterling. very enthusiastic over her new purchase and will present great eczema, sore lips or piles. growds at the ball park for a all dealers. time at least. Mrs. the Nation Oasp. The awful list of injuries no a Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set over against it, howevr. is the wonderful healing, oy Huoklen's Arnica Salve, of thousands, who suffered from burns, cut, bruises, bullet wounils or explosions. Its the quick healer of boils, ulcers, Makes rloNE ntJ!K'c'J vlilto Cl.vh ., :: Builder's Cooking Hardware, Stoves, c ( ) down ths thront of a "capcy ciljlitn dc .troys the worms nad. suvf-- i t c cMcVs life. A t i:v dn? watel n t!"C Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ) ( ) CUnF.G and .PREVENTS GAPES1 U or Heating Go to or Write ( ) 25 at roup, cholerf diseases. ( 0 Ons SOc Celtic of ( Bourbon Podfry Cure Makes 12 Gallon.- -, of Medicine. r o!"uM Vrcp n bottle ol 'ri!f lor free sample thU mi'dioh.o on turn! on "DUa..4 of Fonli." Address, and BooJciet Even' poultry BQlir.r.31! nl-BEMI3T 2 ) (Q J. W. Williams has inau- gurated a clearance sale in which she will Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have, ever tried and 1 have been in the poultry business for forty years. Sirs. Geo. 10. Rapier, Hards- town, Ky. I have now I Bourbon Poultry E cry thine For il 1 just could not Cure two years' anv tliout it. 1 nave Work on the L. & N. road ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. rniee hnd achickeil napes since 1 began cae-o- f not from Irvine to Winchester has NO AGENTS. using it. MfJHTrBrneey, BaskerFREE CATALOG., ville, va. begun all along the" line. The. dispose of some very valuable goods at greatly reducSTRAWBERRY PLANTS & ed prices. Read her ad in this paper this week, and go o her Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, store and take in some of the Roses, Peonies, Phlox. rare bargains to be found there. Fruit and Shade Trees! JOMWiY, Le'tl'ton. Ky. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ) (p ) C ) (c ) Winchester, - Ky. contract calls for the completion H. F. of the road within eighteen months from July 1st. The bridge across Red river below Vienna will be brought up the river and put in place by the time the grade is finished to the river on each side. Move on Now J pays a policeman to n street crowd, and whacks heads if it don't. 'Move on now," savsthe big, harsh, mineral pills to bowel congestion and sulFering follows. Dr. King's New Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. C. SHIMFEHBW-ACITY, KY. ATKINSON & STANTON, ' ;h LVt, I SPRING and SUMMER GOOD! i M FERTILIZE Fresh Goods YOUR CORN MR We invite you to call and see o'ir new ttock of Spring and Summer (joods and get our prices. You are also invited to e ill We It Certainly Pays Low Prices and see and get prices on anything else that you may need. try to keep every thing the people want. Kvery one should he interested in learning where they can get the innt for their money, and where they can get lncicliandise that will liest suit them. Life Pills dop't bulldoze the bowels. They gently persuade them to right action, and healh follows. 25e at all dealers. The Rev. T. B. Cook, Special Price on Fence for Few Days. i It takes a little time to look around and satisfy yourcelf as to where this place is, hut it is time prolitahly spent, for a you know, ".Money saved is money made". As stated ahove, we try to keep every thing the people want. which we want you to know We can not, though, here call Bedford & Tuttle, li ,NCHENRT Si pastor of mmni li af9 j,? Pj hi the Jaackson Methodist church died at that place after a heated flillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY; religious argument from hemorrhage of the brain. The Rev. SHORTHAND, BOOKKEEPING, Mr. Cook preached to the MethTYPEWRITING. odist churches in this vicinity thirty years ago and he still has This school has turned out hun many admirers, hero. Deceased tlreds of men and women who was a Confederate veteran and aresuccesses. Itwillmake sustained the loss of a thumb dura success of you. ing an encounter of the Civil war. vears old. He was sixty-eigh- t Catalogue. EndTTiuntlor Rich Olrl. Often the hunt for a rich wife ends whon the man meets a woman that uses Electric Bitters. Her strong nerves tell in a bright brain and even temper. Her complexion and ruby lips result from her pure blood ; her bright eyes from restful sleep; her elastic step from firm, frer muscles, all telling of the health and etrengh Electric Bitters give a woman, and the freedom from indigestion, backache, headache, fainting and dizzy spells they promote. Everywhere they are woman'8 favorite remedy. If weak or ailing try them. 50c at all dealers. peach-bloo- attention to every thing, out will mention the following lines 't.'i w WMi!ya?.,TCTB that we curry. CAIUTATj STOOK. 8100,000 2 3 SUUWiUS AND UN- L DIVIDED PROFITS. 200.000 j we ''Queen Quality" and "Huston Favorite" Shoes fur Women have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shoes loi .Men we have 0 P THE shiny leathers in shoes, hoots and low cuts, "Walk-Ove- r them in all the new Winchester Banic. OK styles in tans, gun metals and patent lew j her, in shoes and low Un- W1NCJI8TKIC, KY, cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing In make-up- we have , them in them in popular colors and latest W. It. Sl'IIAR, OAMIIU'.II. anil at prices to suit all. We Write for f.3 YOUR ACCOUNTS Rt)raOITIi:i) also take measures for niade-to-ord- suits and guan.ntee a perfect Children's Hats We think w $ lit. .Millinery Goods our Women's, .Mist.es and of art trimmed hy one of leading firms maun the country enn suii vou iii this line, and know we can save you nionev. Prlr. fft,.tft'tl''i: f lltiflu-ctiTrl. Ns'r itaie t l:Moar irE?i.'n. r.iavc ruu J S T B J A f- - O ? F 12 .!. nil i S3 : See our line of Ladies' and Work Pants. .Machines, Uuggies, A etc., & Heats' Furnishings, Hain coats Sewing Jn fact see us for anything you U W Atrial nlu ut.)rvtirticiti.et. msvt'er. ti !f hi).' ,ui. tl:l& U:!tlia. Wtite to't'ayi fiUsulc.t Paper. mi hit Electric Bitters it Is ths best medicine ever sold over druggist's counter. Trunks, Suit cases, .Mattings, Wall Paper, etc. J need, as we can save you money. k eftUfBLitn c ltw4!k iiotic J. iVh Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female wealcnestea they are the Eupreme rerncJy, as thousands have testified. Watch for our gj.ecial sale dins ads. in uther columns of tin paper. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. certainly a great destroyer of emits. Tliey have eaten almost flie entire wheat crop of J. li, Eaton. They are in tlic Held by hundreds completely riddling it. It has been cut but it does not stopjthe little pests as they seem to lie j:oinj: completely through WOMEN WAKE UP LOUISVILLE the shock and searching for every grain. Wcf! First to Realbe That City Was taw Tow f ffeipsT Capable of Being Made The little English sparrow is ollice, Beautiful. It was the women who woke up Loulnvhle They first realized, says a writer 111 the World's Work, that the c.ty uas capable of being made a beumlttil one and they set to work to bring this about by opening a campaign through newspapers, personal HOGWALLOW HAPPENINGS. (From' Hojiwallow Kentuckian.) their appeal. Hubblbh was no longer dumped carelessly Grass seed was town. Flower beds were planted Factory windows were adorned with pots oi growing plants and many owners weie induced to apply a coat of well nigh lorgotten paint. Owners ol tenement houses were uppealed to, and they recugulzed the commercial advantage of beautifying their premises A successful crusade was Inaugurated against awning poles which reached to the street and tend ?d to block unfile on the pavemeut, and against overhead wires, which now Lave been forced underground. he crusade for cleanliness and beauty had a peculiar phychological The women's crusade was hardly cumpleted when a crusade was lor a pure milk supply. Within 12 months the dairy situation was revolutionized. The public had become Inoculated with the fever of cleanliness and sanitation and a mere description ol the condition surround mg the average American dairy was sunicient Milk brought in by Inter-staltraffic and from the upstate trade was subjected to the same rigid scrutiny thai prevails In local dairies and Louisville's milk supply has been 1 ef-leu e Slim Flinders returned Thursday from the Gander creek bottom with a lot of wild flowers, lie has planted them in his letters and personal solicitation. The first object of their attack was yard and thinks he can tame the factory situation. The factories them. tor the most part dumped their rubbish anywhere that happened to be Gander Creek is lower at this convenient and made no attempt to season of the year than it ha keep their premises In order The women's luovcmeul soon biouglil a ever before been known, nearly change all of the water in it bavin;; been .Manufacturers quickly responded to washed away by the recent Hoods. The Ilojiwallow citizens and those around here are not bothering so much about the prevalence of the hookworm as they are about the scarcity of fishing worms. JelTerson Pot locks feels safe for the coming summer, he ha v. ing drunk so much ticker since last year (hat he has a paid-upolicy of insurance ageinst snake bites. p T. P. Rose and Oscar Newell she having gotten into have arrived from Snrdis, Miss. communication with an unknown correspondent. He lives in KanNOTICE TO BIDDERS. sas, has a slim, "black mustache,, Sealed proposals will be received and uses the Spenserian system. by the County Board of Education As a result of the recent heavy rains the groundgot so soft that of Powell County, up to noon of Atlas Peck's house sank down on .TtineSf), 1912, for tho construction One of said Ho." will let it stay of two school housci". one side. bouses to be built in that way as hei won't have to drop his plate up against a bis- No. l,nnd the other in No. 4, Educational Division cuit to keep liis molasses No. 4, near Knox, Kentucky. her. Plans and specifications may be Washington Hocks has made seen at the ollice of the County up his mind to run for some good Superintendent of Schools. Bids easy ollice, having done the pub- to be addressed to Mrs. KateS. lic many favors' in the past few Superintendent of Schools, years tliut deserve reward. He Powell County. will probably run for the ollice The right is reserved tr reject any of treasurer of'j'the Dog Hill and all bids. . church. Kate S. Bnltnnnon, Last night Sidney nocks in Cb'rtnn County Botrd of Education. his dreams saw some large mysJohn F. Woodward, Secretary. terious looking animal setting in OVER OS YEARS' front of the blacksmith shop. PERIENCE Though he looked closely he failed to identify lit, and he will uq to sleep earlyfyonight in an eii'ort to more thoroughly in.: ; spect it. Trade Marks Designs With the assistance of the Copyrights Ac Anyone tending a ehetrti and description may dicWild Onion school teacher's qnfoklr iisrerttilii our opinion free whether an Inrentinn la probably nntentiible. Communion, tlonaatrlctlrronndentlut. tionary Kaz Barlow has written aent free. Oldest airency for accurlnjr on I'atema patents. I'nlcnta taken throunh llann & Co. receive a love letter to a girl near Boundspecial niilcs, vlthoat cbnrso, lu the ing Billows. He said all the Scientific Jlmericatt sweet things he could find in the A handsomely lllnatrated weekly. Largest of any sclenllUo tniiruul. Terms, 13 a book, and then sealed his letter yeitr: four months, $L Bold by all newsdealers. New York MUNN&Co.36'8' with sorghum molasses. sub-distrisub-distri- Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile ynu can to-g- productive spot tin your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the value of the land is many time the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars- or ch at out plant. py field into the most 11 turn that low, wet, useless, swam- n, Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to sk for one medicine and have the For this wrong one given you. reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLAck-DraugH- T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion, and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs 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 HANDBOOK Branch Office. 625 The Elcelsior Fiddlin-- ; Hand serenaded the horse doctor over in tl.e Calf Kilts neighborhood a few weeks ago. They plaved "The Tune the Old Cow died On." PokeEasley up that his to-da- y figured 'it great-grandfath- Improved. Tht tlfllPM fhn I'llFurn haJ leaven ,kept working. J ........ 1 ill Louisville tiller plant In I he wake of the civic renaissance public attention was attracted to the these days. river front The subject of waterfront Miss Flutie Helcher now blush-larks was broached, and though that dream has not yet been fully realized m sin approaches the post- Wie rtver front is being constantly unproved. The burden of these Improvements naturally tell most heavily upon the business men and property WORK BEST DONE BY CITY owners of the city yci aoue nas troubled to calculate how much the Civic Landscape Improvement Falls When Left to Individual Propcampaign hai nffecied business. They erty Owners. arc nil satisfied from a purely specu liulve standpoint; they know that the There are nianv who think civlr Vleanrd up" city pavs landscape iirjrovement rhoulcl be loft to the lespeeuve Injivldual property owners. A little studv .' ..,,ui.iu.. utlon on our part will convince you of the fallacy Some people aie en twin Jalnn. others urt not. Some own their own Iioiieis, others ao not. Ilul even if everyone were active in beau t!f.vli;K Hie strip In front of bis prop erty. still It would be better to have tho city do the work, for most prop'e THE MSRRIAM WE3STER have neither the time nor the export The Only Sew unabridged dicencc nece&sarjr (0 obtain results tionary in many years. Moreover, there Is no one tree, ot Contains the pith end essence Broup of trees, nor one mpthod" of of an authoritative library. planting which the eltl Covors every Hold of knowl. zens could, unless organized, afire edge. An Encyclopedia a e oiuon 10 issue city bonds for the Completion of the sewer system. The Issue finally carried and $4,000,000 was spent upon a complete system. The new filter plant was built at a cost of $:;.uao,UOO A Kentucky. Indiana and Ohio commission Is now at work on plans to purify the water of the Ohio river befoie It reaches the e would have been about one hundred ond forty yeais 9b! if he Three mas still- living..' This breaks the records for longevity in this locality. A wild boa: has put. in' i's ap- pearance uround the Ilonwallow post ollice to bother the for the summer. He says lie and the rest of the Uepulili-caparty is having a hard time post-mustu The barber business of Dock Hocks, our blacksmith, has inSUfllWRY OF'L. & E. TipiE TjfUSLE. creased so rapid,ly that he has 11)11. Effective May been crowded out 'of his shop by No. 3, No. 2, No. 4, No. 1, his customersjjfthd has moved Stations. Daily Daily. Daily. Daily his chair and ralMjjut under the By getting walnut tree nearl P. M. A. M. 1'. M. A. M. more elbow roonjyJ will be able 1 ::5f 5 :35 8 :50 7 :20 Lexington, to shave necks als 8:05 8:0:$ 4:50 Vinchetter, 2:17 ,l & E. Junction, ;4:37. .7:51 8:18 Fletcher Henstej tarted"ont 2:35 ,4:22.. trip4o uimuismc,. 4f 0'. mil ouuj 41 3: Or, 8 :n0 4:05 7:19 'CLAY CITY, (t his horse Kye Straw. He 7:10 3:50 btauton, 3:15 !:00 .covering tne ;5:21 take its time Rosslyn, 3:51 7:05 9:"5 C :5t) 3 :4f distance of five les. He says 3:28 ana Filson, (i :43 3 :30 Campton .Tr.nctlon, 0:27 the horse could easily muke it 3:47 !) :32 3 :25 6 :40 Natural 13ride, two days but he'tyill not rush 3 :o2 in 5) :4 t; :25 3 :12 4 :04 Torrent, Imn. as he wants rfto drive him 4:2o C :03 10:1)4 2 :51 IJtattyville Jet. procession this A: lit in a funera 10:.-.-: ). fc K. Junction, 1:57 5:10 . 1 :5() i 5 :05 or.Vt summer. Jackson, l.l ;.-11:2.-- ) 1:25 Quicksand, A good many went to hear CONNKCTIONS. what the Hog Fordpreaeher bud to say about the present, past LKX1NC.TON: Train No. 1 will nike connection at Lexington with the L. & K. for Louisville, Kv. No. 3 will make connection His and future, last Sunday. with the L. fc N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. sermon was interesting and in- c CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con- sirive, and he had good order Mention witn Mountain Central Hailway to and from Campton. se attention until a rival HKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make con aii. .1011 appeuredjin the shape nection with the a.. te A. Railway for Heattyville. of Miss Fruzie Alsoptwith a new O, A K. JUNCTION: Trans Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connection wilh Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Catinel Cit), Ky. and hat on. O. & K. stations. CIIAS. vSCOTT, Gen'l Passenper Aient. East-Boutiil. F SU Washington. D. U. West-Boun- ( 1 - McCalFs Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women Have More Friend WEBSTER'S NEW DICTIONARY than any other magazine or patterns. 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