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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 26, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912092601_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.): September 26, 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. CLA 81.00 a Year in Advanci. T CITY TIjVIES. tie Surrooniing Country and Ourselves. We are here to help Clay City, .!. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVII. To Sto.i OverS.sfts on Cr.i.k. y The Comptroller of the tins decided to take vigorous steps looking toward the breaking up of the practice pursued by bankers of permitting their depositors to make overCur-renc- . CLAY CITY. KT., THURSDAY, d. ! SEPTEMBER 26, AlcJern Meth By the 3 NO. : '). drafts. He-hji- s instructed the dictions that this practice must be discontinued at once. The attention of bankers is to be called to the following decision of the United States Supreme Court: UA usage to allow customers to overdrnw and to have their check and notes charged up without present funds in the bank, stripped .of all technical disguise, the usage and practice thus attempted to be sanctioned is a' and practice to misapply the funds of the bank and to convince at the withdrawal of the same without any security in favor of certain privileged persons. Such a usage and practice is surely a manifest departure from the duty, both of the directors and Cashier, as cannot receive any countenance in a Court of justice. It would not be supported by any vote of the Directors, however formal, and, therefore, whenever done by the Cashier it is at his own peril and upon the responsibility of himself and his sureties. It is anything but well and truly executing his duties as Cashier." To Construct Sample Roads. Bnnk Examiners to warn the bankers in their respective juris- Object lessons in. rood roads will .be furnished the school children of Kentucky by Commissioner of Road 8 R. 0. Terrell at the suggestion!) of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, superintendent of Rowan county. Commissioner Terrell has announced that upon request of any school district he will have constructed fifty feet model roadway under the supervision of an engineer of the department in front of the school-hous- e for the purpose of instrucdemonstrating tion aid the method and result to the pupils. I one of hn t'i.ee dlvU'o" , of the other experts will be chosen soon telegram was received by the to States lite investigating rales in i!'r 'je Curtises here Wednesday and the StateGovernment andthru twodirect thewokof p'. i 'o.hcir div'slo, s. I'y of Kentucky, 'writ States, and con'er.ing wiih in- loiii, from Jess Allen at Walla the College of Am'ciilture of the has been perfected piiv co nty surance companies, the State In- Walla, Washington, that Am bios surance Board of Raring, as it s Cunis was killed in a relay race State University, plans have been whick will raise a compiv; i'va'p usually called, has piomiilg.ned Ci t'ir.t place Tiiisday afternoon, perfected by which a system of small share of the e.'pe.ise vill instruction in agric.ilture can be be fur.rshed wit'i an 'ust v or its schedule of rates oZ .fire 'io details were given. No :.. uuuu i i. in nsurance ou farm property in genliming mmi and have n'l a'Aw a'Hv it- 'cements can be made ns to e- the farmers be taught modern the system, the ag ic' eral and upon dwellings and their the funeral. methods without leaving the'r tension diuVnn sipp!yi , tJv contents in cities and ton us. The Ambros was in the race hot e o board hns irdiced '.lie ;.itu-o- L. sines for a number of ycuis, own homes. Indeed the e:;pc.'-meut- ' J'x.r.!." (.i'!iom and demonstrations will fund provided by the Strle p. VI aft average of about 2'C l u- n .id hail won fame ns si rel.w cent. rider. This year: he had ,woNte made on the farms themselves and National Governmeo v. 'lie Ruby Laffoon, the chaiiuiiin of s.ri gs, and the cad accident on and the farmer can thus have the amot nt reqi iicd from V.,n co the board, says the now r..e:, .lie track Tuesday brought un- problems of advantage and in- ties is so smali il'otit isbc,;ev-- l : dr will result in a saving of $:.;0,0w0 timely death. two Buttes, Colo. terest to him worked out upon that a'l of .lien. w. (a his own place, and to the im- tage of the system as toon a t a year to property iwihip, yet Sentinel. provement of his own property. opportunity becomes knowo, r A fhe rates as promulgated are not Mr. Cuitisisa ria.ive of Eni'l i It is thought that by far the already Madisfin and Hemic !u- - s ime as low as the rates upon coiiiiy and an old school mate o? counties have been placed ii n Mis- the editor of tljie paper. IPs most effective method of improvclasses of property in Ohio, souri, Illinois and many other many friends here will rc.el to ing agricultural conditions in the mil. Kentucky will be by thus bringStates, but statistics show that learn of his untimely dei'lli. Rtal Esi?te S.--l ing the instruction to Hie farmthe ratio of loss in fueome has p The Progressive Kj' F been greater in Kentucky than in Insurfident Means ot Handling Crop.. er's own door, instead of by is expertly calculated thai means of lectures at spocirl Co., of Winchertpr, wi1' v d : It many of the other States. He a big lind and lot sale at Winsaid the board confidently believ-e- the bumper crops show an excels points and through communicachester next Tl'ifP'lay, Oc ober the reduction in rates would over the average yield of 21 per tions by mails, which have been 3rd. Wiaclicler stimulate the insurance compan- cent ; at going Cereal prices this the only method heretofore emby leaps and bo i d" il ployed. vepicseuti; $44O,OQO,0CO as the ies in an effort to reduce the lire th's lot rale :s only in c. ' i of excees"wealth created It is sought to put tlie system waste, and would make them esI c' ' i by bju.itiful Vrf3 this year. of agricultural instruction prac- w:th the ), fg D 'vi' f pecially careful regarding With the announcement as a tically on the basis of the pres- hiisfl'ii.' city. If anv of our citn buying 'n!s izens are The companies have thirty nie&ns of marriogljlie prosperity ent public school system, and in the Ga'ewv cil v !t w'M i",v days in which, to decide whether cni.03 dojbt uf Jije capacity of each county can have an a;jiic.i!-tura- l them to attend tliis ?a'e nest t!ie instructor who wiM devote they will abide by the provisions the Thursday. of the new rating, or whether crops and greater jdoui)t of the his attention exclusively to that to finance county, and each group of twelve An early frost is predicted and they will withdraw their agencies capacity of In the latter the crop niovejpjejht. It is the counties will have a supervisor this cool weather makes ns cive from the State. event, insurance iiieu bel'tve m ' old question of ffjjidfective bank- to whom the instructors report some credence to the predict 'on. a Bpecial session of- - the Legislature ing .system JLw? ?8 Woa.coUer, and the.supervisor8 will in. torn Iu fact. some are claiming to lmve prdspeKt-yreport through one of the three already seen some frost. would be called to repeal the 6train of main divisions into which the the law. Increased Business. Pi,: lV ci.urc:;. work has been divided to the diBuys Autos. A flattering report? on the con-d- rector of agricultural extension Robert Bli'ckhurn and S. D. Service 2nd and 'lh Sabba(li8t 'o i of the national banks in at the College of Agriculture at each n'OPib. Hull, both of Stanton, have each Kentucky, showing Jgains in the State University. VodtK-ingsp,..Vpy f, purchased new aiiiomobp is n'd which index r id resources Prof. Fred Mutchler, of Cowlbrought them through from was made Wednesday prosperity, ing Green, will have change o Chas. E. Mann, Pastor. These are the first by the Comptroller of the Curthat have ever been rency, Lawrence O., Murray. . bought by any o" oc v " The icport shows the condition of the national banks of Kentucky Itpfm-like clinritv should be- under the call of September 4th, gin at home. 1012, as compared with their & under the callof September Iiii.urin:s r.ztc Lw After several mnntliR dl:d In W'ii2to.i e. t.-l- f of work A i'.-- jmi-u- 1 n s c ': -- I -- d rii-ine--gro- I ; J -- over-insuranc- e. the:-Slink- s . " - !()"., . Lou-ihvill- e. auto-mobil- con-dit.:x- ,i WALDRON JOHNSON 1st, 1011. The comparison as to New Spring Millinery Juft received from th city which' combines principal items is as follows: Loans and discounts 1012 $47,788,251.58; individual depos-its- , $41,141,221.44; total resourc es, $74,558084.G2. 1011 Loans and discounts $80,802,840.18; $00,875,080. 8; Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and individual deposits, total resources, are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are the newest styles and lowest piices. Change In Pastors. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firft coft in order to get room for new goods ' coming in. In this sale will also be included tot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. ! Elder D. II. Matherly has resigned the care of the Christian church in this city, and will resume his studies in the Bible school. Elder Elmer Winkler of Estill county, will serve the church as pastor in the future. Bro. Winkler assisted Bro. Matherly iu a protracted meeting with the church some weeks ago and during this time greatly endear-ehimself to the membership ou .(he account of his earnest talkVund zealous preaching. d Saving Money. You can do the enino thing. If you arc not alreudy one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our plueo a look through and let us price you unnio of nur goods.They willopen youreyegtoan opportunity. First come, first served. so in ev I and SHIMFESSEL'S. is also a heavy one. Mr. Garrett 'died two years 'ago, but his wtd ' tow is looking after the orchard 'and is making good money out set out more than ope thousand apple trees, besides a lot of othThe peach crop this er fruit. vear was large and the apple crop rett, ot Woodford county, bought at Old Furnace and A A Profitable Investment. fe,W years ago, Joseph Gar- Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by"" messenger or otherwise and if you live. in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver ihegood'1 of it. THE TIMES. ri'iaiSIIKI VKKV THUKSIlAV. Subscription rate8 81 a year or three yours in advance 8'-!- . I- - 15. lturrjhcr, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered us inuil matter. Thursday, - Sept. !(!, 1912. CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our subscribers', we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ- al Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 it Louisville Herald 90 it Home and Farm 75 " Ii.land Furiner 1.00 " American tanner !)0 " Southern Agriculturist 75 (i $1.00 If our protective system is not the "substantial" explanation of the abnormal increase in the cost of living in the United States, how does it come that British prices, under free trade, increased but 7.7 per cent in 10 years, while American prices, under protection, increased 31.3 per cent? Here is a tablo which tells its own story and ought to be considered "Exhibit A" in any con uressional or other investigation into the increased cost of living: Year 1890 1897 1898 1899 1900 1001 1902 1903 1904 1900 English prices. 100.0 104.4 109.0 105.1 107.2 United States prices. 100.0 104.0 112.0 117.2 124.2 When awonjan purchases $10 made that the Secl Trust is backing worth of wooign dress goods, Colonel Boosevelt. Other trusts $4.87 of that 10 represents tlw are also contributing to his cam- actual value of the goods and the paign, but the hulk of the trust remaining $5il8 of the $10 the money goes to Taft who signed of the tariff. In other the robber Tariff words, should the same purchase Bill, and vetoed every effort be made in England, where there tif the Democatic Congress to is no tariff on woolens, the womitigate in some degree its man would receive the same hardships. and quality of dress goods for $4.87 that she pays $10 for in 'fliere are no trusts, corporations or other doubtful concerns this country. behind Governor Wilson, who Rockefeller advises everyone has positively refuse.! to accept to "be content with what you any of their gifts. He ia depending alone on the people to have". It is the general opinion adfinance his campaign and he is that if the giver of this sage same not reckoning in vain. When he vice had always felt the is elected I'residen, as he seems way himself the rest of tis would sure to be and will if every Dem- have more to be contented with. ocrat does his dutv, he will take Why shouldn't a woman have the office free from any entan suffrage? We let men vote who glement and be the president of can't talk the English language the whole people. The prospect and refuse the ballot to women of such a change should fire the who can talk enough for nil of heart of every patriotic man to us : help in the accomplishment of so glorious an end. It is reported that Thomas'A. Edison worked 122 hours out of Shows are said to be coming 124. Still an inventor of elecmore rare each year. How can tric lights and talking machines this be in the face of the fact should not expect much sleep. that the Big Bull Moose circus has just organized and is pulling An eastern girl has lost her off big shows daily. Its clown power of speech because of being and genaral spokesman jilted by her sweetheart. He'll Teddy, is the genius of all mod- probably want to many her ern day shows. A single per- now. formance is worth going miles to see. The Bull Moose candidate proceeds on the theory that a "man The troubles that trouble the can solve great public prolenis most are the troubles that never and at the same time be one him arrive. self. The announcement is I'ayne-Aldrich to-wi- t; tarrh Cure. Rod Eubank, of Hedges, was F. J. Cheney here last week buying hog and SPOUT SPRING. that cannot be cured by Hall's & Ca- cattle. W. G. Patrick and Shelf Mc Winchester-fit- a Kinney attended Monday. court Elder J. T. Tnrpin held a few duys meeting at Salem church the last of tl.o week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Morlin Curtis, of Kimbrell, a five pound s;irl, Tuesday the 17th. Mrs. W. G. Patrick and son, Luther, are visiting Mrs. Put-- , rick's sisters in and near Winchester. Mr. and Moecs McKinney nnd rela- Co., Toledo, 0. )invik nrU'n F..J, Cheney for. the lust 15 year-'- , and believe him nerfertlv bono in all business transactions, ai ! financially nble to carry out nnv obligations made by his firm. Wulding, KinnHn & Murvin, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. HhII'h Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting direct'y upon the blood and mucous ,snrfaes of the Testimnniulti sent free. system. Price, 75c per bottle. SJd by nil Druggists. Take Hall's Family Jills for constipation. ii nil nrct rrniwl. n- Mrs. Belle Burgher visited tives in Clark county the (irst of the week. Mrs. Benny McKinney, of Flanagan station, Clark county, spent a few days with relatives here the last of the Week. How's This? nfii cui.ri.rm. tf ' a Training I Course! leading tA RICHMOND, KY. School for Teachers Elementary, UAeatefl. School We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for a ly case of Catarrh Dr. Miles' Laxative- - Tablets tasio tilt candy. latermcdlaU and Lift RUM Or Valid In all Fnhltr SpncUt of Ktntuckj. coarse ana biticw Coarse. Tuition Pre U A p. Minicff. i woiDienaia aurIralala buHdlo. BltoriM.new model tdtool, rutiMHBSiL QfDtnmntii Tm Juurr tVmlKit. BiilTenK.m'W-J"- ' 17, roorta Term Apn I, '- iM"il j siw Q aHMMmt PnMent SERGES 6Cc Quality at 50c the yard Black and colors 107.0 109.0 108.0 108.7 107.7 7.7 120.3 132.8 127.8 127.9 134.3 84 3 - Gives Good Service And has ample facilities to care: for your business needs. Increase Have you a Ask him. friend who. does business with the Popular Cloth in Colors and Black 25c. EVERY WOMAN CAN CHOOSE These figures are calculated from oflicial statistics of the British Board of Trade in the Eleventh Abstract of Labor Statistics and from figures in the Seventy-firs- t Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor. The year 1890, which was the "Clay City National"? 3 PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Clay City National Bank, year preceding the enforcement CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. A morning dress An afternoon gown A smart coat Of individual character Simple or Luxurious from of the highly protective Dingley tariff, ir taken as the standard year, the cost of food in each country being taken as 100. The meaning of the table is that food which cost $1 in Great Britain in 1890 could not be duplicated for Jess than $1,077 in 1900, and that food for which the American consumer paid $1 in 1890 cost W.34J1 in 1900. Coming nearer home, the difference in the cost of living in Dotroit and just across the river in Windsor, Canada, supplies us with a striking definition of the real meaning of excessive tariff Trices of foodstuffs, rates. wearing apparel, and rents aver-agfrom 20 to 23 per cent more in Detroit than in Windsor. And between the two cities there are but 2,01 feet of water and the Aldrieh-l'ayntariff o o Full line The Summer Butterick Dress Goods All colors PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending Fashk Quarterly Wee 25c, with any BUTTERICK PATTERN FREE Popular prices. an invitation to sup- the buying public to come to our' store and get their For several weeks we have been supplying many MRS. J. W. WILLIAflS. i customers in this vicinity with what they need at a"' great saving of money. Now that we are started, we want to still further. extend our trade Our one great is appeal for your trade Low Prices on what you must have to eat and wear. our price on four staple We are save going to give you USE 1JLV1 U ft MILLS IT RISES AWAYJ ABOVE of flour with the, d 'housewife who nven good homemade bread when she uses the PEARL flour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It iH the best all around flour on the market and gives your breul that temptim; and delicious Ouvnr that alwavs delights the 'over o pood bread when you use the VRAM flour. all other-bran- bill. The Detroit man is "protected" and the Windsor man is not. By not being ."protected", the Windsor man pays $15 for a suit that the Detroit man will find it difficult to duplicate in quality for $25. What the Windsor mun is escaping in this of-clo- thes articles to .just show youfhow we can you money: $3.00 per cwt;fw Granulated Sugar, - - 6 cts. per lb.& - - 13 ' Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, $5.75. These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold Besl Patent Flour Made, 'Everything ia Give us a trial. all-wo- instance is the tax of 41 cents a pound on good clothes, and the additional tax of 00 per cent, of the value of the goods. Aldriuh-I'ayne at the same low price. H. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY- - Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. 5) THE TIMES. A HOME-MADE PAPER. 2li, 1912 TtlUIlSDAY,i SEPT. ' r,0'GAJv BREVITIES. F. 0. Mize, of Quicksand, visiting relatives in the city. is Miss Bessie Cliiillin, of Surdis, Miss., is visiting relatives in the city. Paduculi is to. have a new fif- teen thousand dollar shoe Bert Barnett, of Glark county, is with his brother, W. F. E. It. V. Cox, of Lee county, visiting tho family of H. U. is Orabtree. One wonders why some gifted beech nuts are Do not sop the sprint's of lite by nclcct of the human mechanism, by Alleging gentleman with a white apn.n plentiful this year. In the mounthe accumulation of poisons in the system. An imitation of Nature's method of has not invented a drink called restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood anil nervous strength It tain section this crop will prove to take an alterative glyceric extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal ami Oregon of great benefit to farmers in "Moose milk." grape root, Bloodroot, Stone and Mandrake root with Chcrrybark. Over 40 eari hogs and will al ago Dr. Pierce gave to the publio this remedy, which he called Dr. Pierce's Golc.'on fatteuiim their , The Men Who Succeed Medical Discovery. He found it would help the hlncd in taking up the proper eleso lie of great help in keeping As heads of lari;c enterprises are ments from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the poisons from stock hogs growing during the the blood and vitalizing the whole system as well, as n!iayin4 and soothing a cuuli. men of great energy. Success toNo one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what we winter. call is attended with impoverished Mood To nil is to day demands hialth. end exhaustion of nerve force. The "Discovery" is on tonic which restores tone to the hlood, nerves and From Adair and seme of the fall. It's utter folly for a man to heart by imitating Nature's method of restoring waste half a adjoining count ins conies the re endure a weak, of tissue, and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs on rich red blood. pnit that many cattle are dying live condition when Electric Hit"I Buffered from tnin under my right houMcr btoilc film n T7 there from a strange disease. The ters will put him right on his feet ncvcrc eoucrh," writes Kits. W. Don.r, of Nu Broaklttivl, K. C to Pr. " Had four different doctors ami rur.e ilkl 1U V. fierce, Duffulo, N. Y. catt tears suddenly attacked, their in short order. "Four bottles did me any good. Some said I Iirul consumption, othei s raid I wouM havo to havo nn operation. I was bolrliMen, unabio to fit up for six ira oths more real good than any other tongues becoming sore and swol nie find was nothl'n; l,it a live skeleton. You rulvlcl ma t tr.lic Di'. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Picrca's Pleasant I'tPcts. leu and refuse to eat. No reme medicine I ever took," writen Chas. When I had taken ono liottlu of the 'Discovery' I could sit up lot an B. Allen, sylvania, 3a. hour at a time, and when had three bottles I could du my dy has so far been found. "fter cooklnir and tend to tho children. tik fourteen bottles In all and was My height lit now 1C7 pounds. MBS.DOBN. then In good years of sulfating with rheumaWhat We Never Forget tism, liver trouble, stomach disorAccording to science, are the ders and deranged kidneys, I am things associated with our early again, thanks to Electric Hitters, home life, such as Buclen's Arnica sound and well." Try them. OnSalve, that mother or grandmother ly 50 certs at all dealers. used to cure our burns, boils scalds, of in ptup )um tu. , "... wllh Dr. .Miter sores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprains Lnvulvo TfiM"'". or bruises. Forty years of cures prove Its merit. Unrivaled for piles, corns or Only 25 cents at all denier. Acorns, and run-dow- THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE. 1 tal-e- 1 iic-.lt-li. When Need cold-sore- Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Tho Rev. I. T. Spencer will To Teach Agriculture. preach at the Methodist church In order to meet the demand Sunday morning and at night. Tor trained teachers of ' Agricul Miss Sadie McGuire, of St. ture in the rural, graded and Hgh Helens, is spending a few days schools, the Board of Regents of with her brother, W.T. McGuire. the Eastern Kentucky Stute Nominal School havo purchased Ladies', Misses' and children's a farm to he used in connection Mi, pers at summer sale prices. with the Democratment of Mrs. J. V. Williams. down the thraat of a "trapey tho worms chicken aid save thj chick's life. A f iv drops (a tho drinking watei Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, CURES and .PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cboler nj3 oth:r diseases. H. B. Walters, who has been Uncla Ezra Says Bourbon Poultry Cure working at Quicksand, came "It don't take niore'n a ill uv efMakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. down Sunday to visit home folks. fort to git folks into a p;ck o1 Every poultry raiser s'iwll keep a bottle ol sample lor medicine trouble" and a little neglect of con- thin Booklet onon tiand of"itFowls."freeAddress, "Disuses snd Claude Williams, who has been Ltrtnetao, Ij. BOURBON REMEDY CVUFJMf, stipation, biliousness, indigestion visiting his uncle, Dr. Williams, or other liver derangement will do Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best has returned to his home at Huntthe same. If ailing, take Dr. remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the poultry IvHiness for forty ington, W. Va. New King's Life Pills tor quick re- One 50c Battle of Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Ky. I. G. Jackson, of the Harrods-bur- sults. Easy, safe, sure, and only 25 cents at all dealers. Leader, is visiting his I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two yenrs and 1 jtiRt could not Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jack-soApple vinegar 100 per cent, pure raiee any chickens ithout it. I have at Vaughn's Mill. not hnd a cae of Rapes since I began 35 g par-entn years. Mrs. Geo. E. Kapler, Bards-tow- n, Winchester, - Ky. cents per gallon. Apply at this using it. Mrs. vuie, va. V. 1. Bracey, Basker- BV Don't forget our Summer Clear- olllce. ance Sale of spring and summer Mrs. J. W. Williams, goods. The Democratic organization in Kentucky hopes by October 1 to r n'se $50,000 towards financing SOLD Hillikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEI'INO, . C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, KY. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. This school has turned out liun deeds of men and women who '& STRAWBERRY PLANTS the day Sunday "and has Rince are successes. It willmake been very cloudy and dreary, the a success of you. 0 rape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, sun shining but little since SunRoses, Peonies, Phlox. day. Write the national compaign. It rained the greater part of Fruit and Shade Trees! for Catalogue. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Iiupard, of ORCHARD, Everything For LAWN and GARDEN. Clark county, visited the mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Prominent New York L. Jackson at Vaughn's Mill the Politician Near Death Hon. R. N. Laming, of Reniaelaer, first of tho week. N. Y., Six Tlmei a Member of the for- FREE CATALOG. NO AGENTS. SEE THIS SPACE LATER. OUR H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Church, Saturday night, Sept. 28. Everybody invited to attend. Wills, of. Beatty-ville- , will begin a series of meetings at I'owelJ.'s Valley Baptist Elder J. 1. Assembly, Tells of Narrow Escape. "About fifteen ymrs ago I was taken witlr rheumatism, which affected ray heart called valvular trouble. Three I doctors would told me never do another was producing1 what g fa CAl'lTAlj STOCK, 8100,000 '4 SURPLUS AND UN- DIVIDED PROFITS, tiOO.OOO 3 TUB ' - Fall and Winter Goods WILL ALL SOON BE IN. We Want WANTED To engtge wauonsto haul apples from Furnace, Ivy., to I 'lay City early in October. Address Mrs. Joseph M. Garrett, Fort Garrett, Woodford Co., Ky. Many Driven From Home. Every ye.tr, in many parte of the country, thousand are driven from their home's by coughs and lung diseases. Friends and business are left behind for other climates, but this is costly and nni always sure. A better way, the way tf multitudes is to use Dr. .King's New Discovery, and cure yourself at home. Stay right there, with your friends, - and take this safe medi. cine. . Throat and lung troubles find quick relief and health returns. J i,8 help in coughs, colds, grip, and sore roup, whooping-couglungs make it a positive blessing. .lOoaiid 81.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. h While I had many remedies recommended to me I got a' bottle of Dr. Miles' Heart Itemedy and it helped me Inside of 48 hours. At the end of the week I called on my doctor and asked him' to examine me. lie raid I was better than he ever expected to see me and asked If I was taking his medicine. When I told him I was not, but was taking Dr. lilies' Heart Remedy, he said, 'Thank the Lord for Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy.' I continued to take it, and while I realized my heart was damaged so 1 could not expect a permanent cure, years I worked every day, notwithstanding; I had been told I would never work again. In July, 1911, I was taken with rheumatism again, and it went to my heart as before. I got so bad that one of the Albany papers wrote up my life and said I could not live but a few hours. I again took Dr. lilies' Heart Remedy with --very results, and have not satisfactory missed a day at business or in the legislature since January. I Jteel that Dr. Kile' Heart Remedy has saved my life and cannot recommend it too fciguy." Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy la told and guaranteed by all druggists. MILKS MIOICAL CO., Blkhgrt, ImL W day's work. K .. . j WTOfilTRSTRR OI" WlNOIIHTKn. ICV. S Ra1S.' t3 j 3 12 to Here Invite You to Call and See Them. N, Holly Witherhimon, Phesi W. R. Hl'HAH, OAHiur.it. 2 YOUR ACCOUNTS HOE.ICITKD S Hardwick & Co., Stanton. t m a. gA &M&3 n &MSAS & g'J t'tf Succeed when everrUiiag fella. In nervosa prostration ' arid femafe weaknesses; they are the supreme reoaeAr. thonisade have testified. Bitters tu u .FOR KIDNEVJ.IVER AND TOMACH TROUBLE it la the best medteloe ever told over a druggiet'a counter. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. SWEET CLOVER Timely Seed Corn Hints. At this particuliir senson it is well to liavt; the attention not only of the ineinhers (if iifjricul-tmu- l ! clubs, Gut also of the farmers, culled to the import;! noo of getting u good supply of seed corn for next yeur. The fate of next year's 'Mini crop will he largely determined by the action taken by the farmer within the next few days. Seed corn testing is highly important, and should not be neglected, but it is well to remember that unless seed corn is properly cared for, the test next spring will only reveal the sad fact that the seed corn 'is very poor and that a perfect stan J cannot be assured. There are a good many things to take into consideration in selecting seed corn. These points concern not only the ear itself but the stalk upon which it was grown; hence it is desirable that the seed corn should be selected from the field before the corn is cut if possible. Seed corn should be selected in the fall just, as it is coming to maturity. Mark them and allow them to mattue. Do not select large ears from stalks that have srown in hills' by themselves, that have been extremely favored in the way of rich spots or have been favored in regard to gen-em- PUBLIC SALE. great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous fnrngo 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 need, and circular how to grow it 118 acres of fine Blue Grass land that lias been continuously in Rent on request. blue grass for the past 12 years, part of what is known as the BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. farm on the Lexington Pike, within 2500 feet of Box 90. the Winchester city limits. Sale begins on the premises at 10a. ni. A Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tili 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 times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pay for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or chII at oui plant. turn that low, wet, useless, By the use of drain tile you can bwhiii-py THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, 1912 Free Burgoo Served to All. We will offer for sale on the premises to the highest and best bidder on the day aforesaid the land heretofore described us follows: OVER ee Y CARS' EXPERIENCE 1st. In 88 tracts with the improvements as hereafter described. 2nd, without the improvements, in two tracts. Tract No. 1 fronting on the Lexington Pike of 72.001 acres. Tract No. 2 fronting on the Lexington Pike roadand the Witherspoon-Whitway of 44.957 acres. 8rd. We will oiler the entire boundaay as e a whole. This land will be offered in each of the three ways according to our survey and platt, and will be sold that day the way it brings the most money. moisture present, those but prefer the State University Extension Division of the College of have noticed that they were designated "agricultural clubs" and not "com clubs". The reason for this is that boys' and girls clubs in their respective counties should be fixed s Agri-cultur- e org.tni-z.ition- heavily when grown under average conditions. Other things being equal, select ears from short, thick stalks, rather than from tall slender ones, as the latter are more likely to be blown down. Never select an ear that is extremely long of shank, but rather select one of a medium with the tip pointing downward at an angle of about 45 degrees. Prefer ears that do not have a gross, coarse, heavy husk. Those boys and girls clubs that have come under the direction of that have produced most IMPROVEMENTS if sold in the 88 tracts, each of which has a beautiful building site, good frontage and depth. We will build the Bonne Haven roadway leaving the Lexington Pike at a point GOO feet west of our corner adjoining T. C. Robinson and running north in a straight line 8081 feet by 80 feet in width through this boundary. We will grade this roadway 80 feet wide and make the macadam 10 feet wide with 5 inches of compressed stone. e We will erect poles for and electric lights, and lay a gas line the entire length of Bonne Haven roadway, connecting each with the plants of this city. We will also lay a water line and install a water system on this roadway beginning at the northwest corner of tract No. 8 the entire length of the road way. The water will be furnished from two or more never failing, free stone, black sand springs, which is only known for its qual ity and purity in Eastern Ken tele-phon- TRADE MARKS DCSiaNS COPVRIttHTS AC Anyone trading a aketch and description mar qnlcklr asesrtaln onr opinion free whether an liiTentlon la probablr Mtenwble. Commnnlca. tlons strictly conndantui. HANDMQ on Patents patents. lent t rea. Oldest aaener for securluavo. ratenta taaan tarongn Munn A receire ntcui iMttea, without ebaiwe, in the A handsomely lllnstrated weekly, Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. culation at mr .cl.ntlfla lonrnnL Tarms. 13 a yeart fonrmontl fL Bold byall newsdealers. Branch OSIoef see m- Sckntific fltttrkatn raraest Very Serious It to a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get th genuine-- - cir- - nasniniiuo, v. v. HEAL IT WITH Bucklen's Arnica Salve IN THE ONLY GENUINE Heala Everything Healable. Bums, Bolls, 8ores, Ulcers, Piles, Eczema, Cats, Corns, Wounds ana Braises. BUCK-&H- T Liver Medicine ly established. It does not imitate We medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firm- The reputation of this old, relte KEEPS FLESH TONE FROM 8KIN TO DONE. OH MONEY BACK. tucky and West Virginia. There g5o AT ALL DRUGGISTS SUfTORY East-Bound. SATISFIES, other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. BOLD Df TOWK F3 will be an abundance of water to supply residences, barns and for irrigation purposes for each of OF L. & E. TIflE TflSLE. Effective May 28, 1011. West-Boun- these tracts. No. 2, Daily. TERMS. The terms under which these P. M. tracts will be sold will he cash, one third in six 1:35 months, and the balance in one 2:17 year from the day of the sale 2:35 with 0 interest, vendors lean. 2:40 3: 0a 3:15 For further information address, phone or call at our office. 3:21 3:28 3:47 one-thir- d . No. 4, Daily. A Stations. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. 5:35 M. 7:20 8:03 8:18 8 :33 Lexington, Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Campion Jr.nctlnn, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Renttyvilte Jet, O. fc Wiucheter, L. & E. Junction, 8:60 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 0:59 0:43 '4:3? 4:22 4:05 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 4:60 Progressive Real Estate Co., Hotel, gu-ige T. W. L. Van Meter, Hanager, ao-a- 3 :52 a Brown-Proctor- la Winchester. Kentuckv. that she was unfit to be in the ladies' car. He could not put her in the jim crow department because it was u violation of the rules, and for the same reason he could not force her iuto the smo ker. But he placed her in charge of a brakeinan and had the ladies in the car move as far from her us space would permit. She openly drank whisky from u bottle until the conductor took it away from her and placed her in charge of the "brakey." Her name was ascertained to be Susie Smith uud her place of residence Beatty-villAsa Ewen was on the train and told our "Man About Town" of her escapade. Several witnesses' names were tukeu to appear against- her in police court at Jackson. Mr. Ewen says she certainly kept things going. Hazel Green Herald. e. - through good which Uood Roads Heeling. In tin's connection a hand of instruction has been Commissioner of Public Roads prepared for these clubs, includ-in- R. U. Terrell, of Kentucky, has cerium definite exercises in announced that he will use every corn growing, animal husbandry, effort to bring about ittbig atd.'irying, horticulture, poultry, tendance of farmers at the two potato growing and domestic days good roads meeting to be science. held at Mammoth Cave, Ky., OcThe work of instructing and tober 4 and 5. Kentucky, Indilooking afler these clubs has ana and Tennessee will be rupre. been provided for on a seated and, from present indicabetter bams than ever before, tions, hundred j will be on hand. iiml uood us our work has been Not only will good roads, and in the past it is hoped that it how to build them, be discussed, may b mud better in the near but u round of entertainment I ut ure. Under the ueTv arrange-niei.- t will he piovided which will be' he extension work of the will worth enjoying. A barbeUniversity bas been divided into cue of the real three M'ctitniH, all operating uu. kind ill be included, der one head. The boys' and Uruuk Woman. gill- -' club work has bce.i assign. A drunken woman on the L. & i'd a division to Dr. Fred K. rain from Clay City to Jack, Miiichlei of Bowling (ircen, son Tuesday evening created con stationed ut the Western siderablo excitement and hud the Normal School. conductor, Frank Achjson, mz t is now being lent' led as to how he should proceed.-witho Federal (iovcrnment and her. Shohad paid her fare h li variolic individuals uud .lack sou, but was hi abusively interested. Letters re- - profane and obscene in her lan things may bo taught, to them and other people, the club iiMilf being a a working factor to put into operation those things pioposed by the director of the work. mauv yarding club work should be sent to Dr, Mutchler directly. No club should neglect this year to have a good show of va rious farm products, as the crops have been fine. Assistance in such undertakings will be freelv given on application to the Ex tension Division. T. R. Bryant, Supt. Extension Division, College of Agriculture, Lexington, Kentucky. 4:04 4:25 5:19 5:25 8:50 0:00 9:05 0:12 9:27 9:32 9:44 10 :04 3:56 6:40 0:25 6:03 10:57 11 K. Junction, :()5 11:25 LEXINGTON: I Jackson, Quicksand, 5:10 5:05 CONNECTIONS. 1 will mwke connection at Lexington with the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CAMP ON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central liuilway to and from Canipton.REATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. I, 2 and 3 will make connection with the I., dc A. Railway for Beattyville. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trails Nob. 2, 3 and 4 will majke., connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City,-- Ky. and O. & K stations. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. Train No. - book u' Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from n, N. 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