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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 9, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911110901_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.): November 9, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 $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. rr THE CLAY Si. oo a Year in Ailvanc. We arc here to help Clay ITY TIME S. Cltjjige Snrronojing Country ani Oarsclves. .1. U. Burgher, I'ublisher. VOU 3f Xrh CLAY CITY, Kentucky a Qood Fruit State. I KiVffiUUSDAY. NOVEMBER WIN W VICTORY IN U. 19)1, NO. Ki Good Man Defeated. I r I, the defeated Democratic nominee for Sherill is taking his defeat good nnturcd-ly- . It is a shame that there is so iniuiy Democrats in Powell that like to vote with Republicans so m ell. There are Democrats in the county, it seems, that cannot be trusted any more. They seem to recognize some Republicans of the county ns dictator, and these Republicans said the Democrats should not have nominated any body against Tom Hall for Sheriff. Then struidit way went some Democrat's and said the samo thing and kept whooping it np until enough Democrats voted witli them to elect Hall. We have nothing to say against Mr. Hall, he is making a good Sheriff, but where, is there a man in the county that4;quld say Mr. Johnson would nofdo the same. Ho is a perfect moral man, a perfect gentleman, gifted with temperance and a scrupulous mind toward every act of duty. Thee may have been some excuse in former elections for Democrats voting for Republicans, but there certainly was no excuse for so doing this time. The Thanksgiving Turkey. A. P. Johnson, DEMOC The Chicago Breeders' (Jazetto As Thanksgiving day this year is the 80th of November and Christmas follows three weeks Inter, those turkeys which pass Safely, 4h first qf.the&e festive Democratic ticket was eleeted by a majority Now is the time to set out a of 82 votes. T&e city gave Johnnew orchard or replace dead son i majo"rijLj5f 54 and Lyle and trees in our orchards with live McCreary a;pj)yirity of 52. support them. B. J.. MfttihHr-ielected to ones;- W;rite;Hilenmeyer's hure- .... i i.i 8 -- commenting on the Kentucky State Fair, says : "Those who have raised fruit extensively in Kentucky seem to be very enthusiastic over the bus They assert that this is ncss. destined to become a noted fruit state, and certainly the long tables loaded with big perfect hgih-lcolored specimens of large and small fruits furnished convincing evidence. Last spring some used smudge pots on chilly nights; others told of effectively protecting their trees from frost, by burning bundles of rye straw, starting fires with dry bundles .and then adding damp ones to the piles. One man, examining the apples, told of u tree of his own that had $13 worth of applesonit twoyearsago,.$12 worth last year and $20 this year. When one of his listeners asked him if the apple orchard really was profitable he said that its expenses were small and the income large. It cost something to spray and prune, lie said, but for every day or dollar he spent at that his neighbors and their children trebled that outlay in searching for worms in their tobacco field. y Powell doe' (publican but City :ratlc. Kentuckyme'sday returned to the Dcmiocrat&ifold by a majority of 35,000 yotes. Every diiilrict in the State except the Eleventh giving Democratic majorities. The Tenth district returned to the right column by a majority of 2,58(5. The Legislature w!fll be overwhelmingly Democratic, there being but about twhhtysix Republi can members itv both branches of the Legislatureof the J38 total membership. 'm MoHtgomerySEounty, O'Rear's home county goes against him by u majority of 425. or the llrflt- time in vears Powell county Jfgoes Republican, going for O'lte&r by a majority of two votes. fLyle carries the county for Representative by a majority ofCvotes, but Johnson is defeatejl for Sherill' by Thos. Hall byli majority of 140 - ! votes. The k entirescity (Jame Laws. Much complaint comes from As the season for huiitinggame farmers of rotten corn and greatis with us, it is well for hunters ly damaged fodder. to refresh themselves of KenA (lift With a TlioiiKht In It. tucky game laws. What other Christmas present From November 15th to Jan costs so little and means so ntre'i nary 1st, it is lawful to shoot as a subscription to the Youth's quail, rabbits may be shot any Companion .y weeks for Iti'i time during the year except from It is a gift which benefits noi. only September 5th to November the one who receives it, but even 11th; it is lawful to shoot squir- member of the s.iine household. rels from November loth to FebWith many Christmas present ruary 1st and from June 15th to the sense of novelty wears oft' by the September 15th : duck and neeso week's end, but The Youth's Comfrom August 15th to April 1st; panion is as new and sought nftti doves from August 1st to Febru the week of the vein .h ary 1st; woodcock from June the first. It is elastic in it adapt20th to February 1st; snipe, at ability, too; for it (toes not matt r any time. It is unlawful to shoot any whether the present is for ft boy nr Thrush, Meadow Lark, Finch, a uirl, voting married people, scdat Martin, Swallow, Woodpecker, couples, gn.ndparents there nev r (Ml.inl Mr w ns one vet who did not set store Roil or lilnn nii-,,,,f Youth's Companion. You s other bird at anv time. Possession ot animal orjrannot make a mistake if you five bird within prohibited time is The Companion and it is only evidence 01 guilt. I lie law (IOCS S1.:r) ii venr now. On .Inntinrv t. not allow tor anv person to hunt 91 '2 the price will be advanced t'i upon the property of another, 2.()0. and permission must be obtainThe one to whom you give the ed or violators may be prosecuted. A line of from .$5 to ;f25 may subscription will receive free The be assessed against any person Companion's Calendar for 1!U2. found bunting or fishing on inclosed grounds without consent lithographed in ten colors and gold, and you, too. as giver of (he subof owner. scription, will receive a copy of the A Mason county man killed Calendar. The Youth's Companion, himself because his wife gave 14 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. birth to twins which were the sec ond pair and he had no means to New Subscriptions Received at this N 1 fiftv-second 1 insect-iverou- ' 1 J Office. v- -: . 15. orinaVf 7rrsit danirer to thVir er of land in Powell countv should have an abundance of tribe. fruit in great variety. Our soil It. Hurst, a former merchant is adopted to fruit growing. They J. Then of Hardwick's creek has moved can't beat us anywhere. to the city where he will engage let us grow most of what we can in the grocery and meat business. grow best ani the secret of luxWe He has rented the lower floor of ury and success is solved the Warnionth property whee say again, don't neglect that he can be found with a fresh orchard, make it better, don't let stock in n is' W. F. Welch, of Estill county elected to the State Senate by a majority of about 800. Democrats and Republicans respectively scored in the election few days. it get worse. New Fall Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. battle outside Kentucky. Massachusetts Eugene N. Foss. Democrat was Governor by a plurality of about 7,000. The remainder of the ticket is claimed by the Republicans. Tammany Hall won in New York county by greatly reduced pluralities, while the Republicans, gain control of the lower house of the New York Legislature. Democratic Mayors were elected by Olevaland, Cincinnati and Columbus. Socialists made pronounced gains in Ohio, electing candidates for Mayor in several of the Binaller cities. At a late hour the result in Maryland was in doubt, with the Republicans claiming the election of Goldsbarough,candidade for Gov-erno- r. i(:lt.for the Fray" , Is what is said of onr ready-mad'All person8 are hereby notified clothes for children. They stand that no hunting will be allowed on the wear and tear of child-lifand inclosed lands belonging to the un Unlike the Children designed. Themselves, do not run away when J. E. Burgher. washed. A look through will conAdditional names added to this vince you. Mr&. J. W.Williams, list for 25 cents cash. Clay City, Ky. .mi f- -i . . e e WALDRON & JOHNSON, . hi m Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise nre selling the goods to our large trade and and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fits! cosl At midmight the returns indicated a general. Republican victory in Rhode Islond. Saving Money. You can do the samo thing. Luther Burkank, the greatest of all living potnologists announces that he has evolved a thorn-les- s blackberry. Powell county may now hope to soon supplfMit the present growth of berries to in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of If you are not already one of our many pleased customer, HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first save the kind that has.no briers. Allan Osborne andD. D. Ber- ryman, two former residents of near Spout Spring who have been residents of Clark county for tho past few years have sold out there and will move to Indiana where they have bought laud. . como round ponie day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willoponyoureyeto an opportunity. some served. 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. 4 President Taffc, Gov. W.llson and Henry Watterson were the principal speakers at the ceremonies incident'to the unveiling of the 8ttut of Lincoln 'in the capitol at Frankfort to THH TIMES. I'UIILISHED EVKKV THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three M'iirs in advance $2. .1- - E. Hurgher, Publisher. secund-ulns- Entered as s mail matter. ed in my pp hence, this lltli duy of December, A. D. UWi; Frnnk .1. Cheney makes oath A. W. (ileason, A51'"') that he is senior partner ol thefltin Nolnry Public. of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing busiHall's Catarrh Cure it taken ness in the city of Toledo, County and !iett dimtly no lh and State aforesaid, and that said Mood ninl uiiD'Oiic muTiu'is of tin firm will pay the 'sum if one hunfrer. tyteui. Sei d for dred dollars for each and every case Toledo," O. F. J. ( h. i of Catarrh that cannot be be cured 7.h". Sold by all Diugi-iM- ., Lucas County. pg $ State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) 4 Thursday, - Nov. 9, 1911. by Hull's Catarrh Cure. Take In i IV Family Fit AN K J. CIIEN'EY. coiistipui ion. Sworn to before ine and subecrili' I I'd Is f'r CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and CvC " ' " 41 " $1.00 1.10 Cincinnati Enquirer A roadside In Jamaica. Shorn th hut of a native. Theia banana trees crow 90 Louisville Herald wild aa well aa orangai. There are few plaaea In the world where one can live 75 Home and Farm with labor than In parta of Jamaica. Even her the roada are food far better than the Central Wait ef the UalUd Btatea. 1.00 Inland Farmer 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 FEEDING COW WHOLE GRAINS Courier-Journal ) During the Week of Vaughn's Mill. Inadvlsablllty of Ration Has Demonstrated by Experiment tions and Owners. Been Sta- An orchard virtually puts The size oj. nced to quite ing. neglected for1 one year It back three years. an apple can be lullu a large degree by pick' Keep the orchard clear of all dead brush. It being a harbor for injurious Insects. The cellar used for storing fruit must be kept cooler than the vege table cellar. The Ideal time (or picking apples ts a matter that must be settled to a large degree by the Individual. The coldest weather does not kill the insects. Therefore spraying ts the safest method of killing them. Pears and apples keep better if picked a little green. Some pears ret from the core outward If allowed to ripen on the tree. The first advantage of fall planting is that 'it induces the grower to get his nursery stock earlier than tf planting in the spring. Any kind of fruit tree will die when planted in ground that Is all the time saturated with water. The tile ditch is a necessity in such places. Trees set out in the fall do better when the winter is moderate, as the ground is drier and the trees make a greater growth the next season. If your trees have been affected the summer, with leaf blight-durispray them with bordeaux mixture after the crop has been gathered. Fall pruning is better than no prutt ing. If you have some hardy varieties of fruit trees that need pruning, there la no danger in doing it in the fall. ng It Is seldom advisable to feed whole grain to dairy cows. This bas been demonstrated time and time again, both by experiment stations and Individual dairy men and farmers. The animals cannot make aB good use of whole grain as of grain that has been ground. The Michigan station ha furnished some exact data on the subject tbat are worth attention. The work was very carefully done and the results reported as follows: When whole corn was fed to cows 22.76 per cent passed through tbera unmastlcat-ed- ; when fed to heifers. 10.77 per cent., and when fed to calves. 6.23 per cent. When whole oats was fed to cows. 12.06 per cent passed through tbem unmastlcated; when fed to heifers, 5.48 per cent, and when fed to calves. 2.98 per cent Wholo corn and oats not masticated when fed to cows, 26.46 per cent; to heifers, 17.50 per cent, and calves 5.78 per cent. Chemical analysis showed practically the same composition of grain before feeding. Therefore It ts safe to conclude that the animal derives no benefit from grain which passes through the digestive tract unmastlcated. The results show two things: First, that feeding whole grain, to cows and helf--er- s Is a very wasteful practice; second, that the younger animals are more capable of masttcatlng their feed than older ones. Mia Hettie Thneker. of Uppp Hnrdwick'sCreek is vervlow with tvnhoid fever at this writing. Mi Mary Lee and pister from inpnr Winchester, are visiting rolntives on Hardwick's Greek this week. The Sunday school and preach inr services wore held at the Christian church Sunday morning, The meetingfolks took dinner anc spent the afternoon at Messrs pnrnett's nnd Baker's. Mr. G. W. Bush, the merehan at Vaughn's Mill, is building a store house near his residence Mr. Bush has been long estab lished on Hardwick's Creek and has a large trtde. October 10th we will have on display a grand line of Millinery, Cloaks, Coat Suits and Skirts. SPOUT SPRING. Services at. the Baptist church Sunday morning wore .well at tended. Sunday and Wlitte,of Judj ville.' lfclvisiieu uer urouier, u in. XLug Mrs. Liza I I lTf-.-r' Monday-- . MRS V We are pleased with the but ashamed of Powell. O. O. Todd, of Kuckerville was here last week to visit, his sister, Mrs. Nannie Pryor, and while here bought several head of nice young cattle. J. W. Williams mHOPE m A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK m Tho laws of Kentucky provide that every male citizen between the age of 18 and 50 living in the county must work six days in each year on the county road unless roads are worked in that county by taxation. Some over seers have not. worked a day on their road and winter right on us. It is any wonder wo have bad roads? The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 191a Almanac, Before the great drouth of 1901, the Hicks Almanao gave timely warning. For over two years prior to 1911, the Nicks Almanac again hounded a warning of drouth dan ger. And so for forty years this same friend of all the people has steadfastly refused the offers of is an asset of real worth to any community and the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National ( The & MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, is seeking your business. m mm Clay City National Bank, mm m m and pies the woman is who has made them from Horn Mills' flour. Success in bread or cake baking is always sure to ,follow when you use this high grade and satisfactory flour, sold everywhere. II read 1 year: (peculators and continued to warn the public of tho coming dangers of storm and weather. As they should have done, the people have nobly stood by Professor Hicks, theii faithful public servant, who has grown old in their service. Send only one dollar to Word and Works Publishing Company, 3401 Franklin Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, and get his Mugazine and Almanac both for one year. The Almanac alone, a fine book of 150 pages, is only 35o by mail. Let every body respond and receive the warniutrs of ourNatioiial Seer for tho coming Insure In The Fraternal Brotherhood. the OLD HHMAHLE SYSTEM or Insurance; lowest possible absolute protection for yourself and family. Provides for Accident 1'ermunent Disability and Qld Ako buncllts. It has paid 0,114 accident claims nnd 1.E01 death claims. It has disbursed tho suni of $3 748,113.73 to its members and their benThus enabling husband and wife, mother and her eficiaries. daughters to bo associated together in the same lodge for social, Intellectual and moral improvements. Applicants must be of good moral character and socinblv acceptable. Such men and women mar become members of 'the same lodge, at tho same cost and with exactly hu siimu rlg)itsi privileges and benellts. Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. rates, It is The Myers Patent Mop Wringer Thts Mop Wringer is tho only machine ever invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only takes out the dirt and leaves the mop clean, but it wrings it so dry that there id hardly any tnoUiure left In tho inon. The floor is never kit streaked, a youaroalwayauthigacleaii mop. The machine Uviry stipple toopeiutoan'treji,irv:iii) skill, as any. body can u.;uit. man, wonv.ii orchild. It Is a It, bur saver, as 0110 porbon will do tho worlc quicker and bett-.than thno with any otherdovlco known. The pail eels on the plutlorm and is not attached to the machine and can bo moved at any time. It Is always ready for use and there are no parts to get out of order. A trial ol our machine will con vinco you that its work is perfect We have yet to find a dissatisfied customer. If jour dealer do not bindU tUU Mop Wring er,wrlt direct to ut. r It - " CALL UPON J. D. HUNTER, admo Kopresntativo for the 10th Congressional djatrMoiio .will be in Clay City for Ihe next thirty days. pleasure in further explaining its operations andjbetieiits MYERS WRHMER GQ., Maut'rs, Mrtawfc. N. Y. I Father's Vengeance would have fallen on any our who attacked the son of l'uter Bond , of South Ruckwood, Mich , hut ho vhh powerless before attacks of kidAN' AI,L ney trouble. "Doctors could nut help him." he wrote, "so at lust wo LOOAI, BREVITIES. gi.ve him Electric Bitters and lie , 1011. improved wonderfully from tnkiuir .... Gov. THURSDAY, six bottles. Its the hett kidney Mrs. E H. MeUlone is visit-in- ; medicine I ever caw." Backache, tired feeling, Nervousness, lis? of relatives at Morehead. appetite, warn of kidney tr. table Many of our boys cutne liomo that may end in dropy, diabetes or to vote Tuesday. Hright's disease. Take Electric Bitters and be safe. Every The first sno'.v and sleet of the bottle guaranteed. 50c at Swann season fell Saturday. Day Lumber Co.'s store. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt are visiting relatives at Morehead. According to news from headquarters, the L. k N. will shotly Morgan McKimiey, of Winches tor, was here, a short time Satur install the new idea of telephone dispatching, for the operating of lay. trains on the L. & E. to QuickAsa Mizo who is employed at sand. Twenty-onstations will Quicksand, came homo Sunday be equipped wit the apparatus. to visit home folks. A message circuit to handle other coming bringing railroad business,-- will parallel Wintertime is with it mud holes in our roads this train circuit. Winchester Democrat. and ruts and gulleys. Saved riany From Death. Mrs. 0. W. King, of Atlanta, W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark,, be(la., is visiting the family of her lieves he lias saved many lives in brother, Luther Loving. his 25 years of experience in the J. V. Clark came home Tues.lay drug "What I always to vote and is now spending a like to do," he viite, "is to l'ew days with relatives. Dr King's New Discovery for wpak, sore lungs, hard colds, hoarseMrs. Lemon Henry, of Dodge, visited her sister, Mrs. Emma ness, obstinate coughs, la grippe, near the city this croup, afthnia or other bronchial Mountz afFection, for I feel sure that a numweek. ber of my neighbors are alive and The Democrats of Clay City well today because they tool; my celebrated the splendid victory advice to use it. I honestly believe of Tuesday in royal style Wednes- its the best throat and lung mediday night. cine that's made." Easy to prove he's right. Get a trio bottle free, Now that the election is over or regular 50c or $1 bottle. Guarlet us turn our attention to the anteed at Swann Day Lumber Co.'s improvement of our town, our store. farms and our roads. Now that the election is over Oscar Stewart and Claude let ub turn back to btfsiness. liowman have returned from If you want Cincinnati where thev went two to see your months ago to work in a planing dollars magnimill. A HOME-MADE THE TIMES I'Af-KR. The Mountain I'rees Association is preparing to hold its second annuaLsession at Hazel Green DeccrrtlTor 8th. A most profitable a'no'h.k'resting session is looked forward to. Mrs. Ben Molicld died at Mountain Springs, Esttll county, Sunday Nov. Gtlf. ,TIie remains will be buried at l'owell'a,VaIley this afternoon. Funeral services before burial.by..' Elder A. Easter. Everett aild Marshall Moliele are hero from Sardjs, Miss, to attend the funeral iftheir mother. Balked Vrcold steel. A Poor Weak Woman As she is termed, will enduro bravely nnd patiently nitunics wnicn a strong man would give way under. The (act Is women are more patient than they ought to be under such troubles. Every woman ought to know that she may ohtain the most experienced medical advice free of charge nndln absolute confidence nnd privacy hy writing to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, It. V. Tierce, M. D., President, IJufTalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce has been chid consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for many years anu ins una a wider practical esperience in the treatment of .women's diseases than any other physician in this country. s His medicines ore for their astonishing efficacy. The most perfect remedy ever devised for weak and deli cute women is Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. world-famou- IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. The many and varied 'symptoms of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set forth in Plain English in the People's Medical Adviser (1003 pages), a newly revised ond Edition of which, will be mailed free on receipt of 31 one-cestamps to pay cost of mailing only. Address as above. cloth-boun- ft- - e "I wouldn't Jet a doctor cut my foot off.'' said II. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, "although' n horrible ulcer had been the plngne of my life for s four yeais. Instead I used Arnica Salve, and my foot was soon completely cured." Heals hums, boils, sores, bruises, eczema, pimples, corns. Surest pile cure. 25c at Swann-DaLumber Co.'s Buck-len'y Buy store. We'll Show You. Farm Implements, and - If you have any doubt the goods you ought to buy, we want to show you. If you have any doubt about the place to go, we'd like to tell you several things about our line. Full quality, great variety, low cost. All we say is backed by what we do. Williams' Two Stores, Clay City, Ky. Plows, Harrows, nu-ine- reeom-men- d Cultivators FROM- Fruit and Shade Trees! Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. ORCHARD, Everything For LAWN and GARDEN. YOU. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, 1 OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST Winchester, - Ky. No Agents. Free Catalog. H. F. HHlenrjrieyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. I SI g Tenn. Elder D. H. Matherly, who for the pa6t few months has been pastoring the Christian Church this city, has entered the Bible here, college at Kimberlin Heights, them . B. S. Wilson was elected Representative from the district Tuesday by a good majority. Mr. Wilson is a brother to Mrs. E. B. McUioneof this ' ity. ; Bath-Rowa- n fy und increase as you 6pend them, why, spend th oiu We'll give yon the most for ; we are sure of this you need only try it once and you'll be sure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, Clay City, Ky. CAPITAL STOCK. SIOO.OOO i SUIU'LUSVNDON- ' DIVIDED PROFITS. IOO.OOO THE ?j Fall and Winter s iS Winchkstjsr Bank, f YV. Tt. J' OV W1NG1IMTJ3K. 14 V. Goods. HARDWICK AND CO. Our Full anil Winter Goods arc now in. liefoie making your purchases', call and sec them and yet our prices on anything you m iy need. We claim that we will save you money by selling you goods that will give you more service N.IIoi.i.y WjTHEitHi'OON, Pnrcx. O AHlUICIi. jS Sl'JIAH, El YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED S Sol Martin will soon move from ft? Snow Creek to Kdina, Mo. to reside. Messrs. E. Marion and E. (J. Dawson, of the same neighborhood, but living in Clark and Kstill counties respectively, will also move to Missouri. The ! j.p.riAUPPiN, Watchmaker 5j Jeweler. ! $ for the money than a chance to we elsewhere. it. If you do not already know it, give us we i prove this claim, for if at all times to can do this it's to your interest to know We can't mention every thing here that we hundle, as tiy Greater Kentucky Con- vention to be held in Louisville lTHE HOOSIER SPECIAL. beginning Nov. I!) is attracting SAVES MILES OF STEPS wide spread attention. The preFOR TIRED FEET siding olliceis at the various ses- - J. U. ULACKOURN, STANTON, KY., itison, sions will oe iiov. is Agent for Powell County for the McCreary, Senators moil complete cabinet T. II Pavnter and W. 0. Bradofferd public. uov-ernor-ele- ct i t X Repairing on ley, and Mr. George II. Cox, of. Owensboro, add Mr. .1. W. l'or-toThe railroads of Lexington. will give reduced rates of one tare plus 'Jo cents for the round r, ever the Full Stock in Store. f f f I Jewelry & Spectacles. me in f Call and seeBuilding, the Red f River Hotel All Kinds of Watch and Clock Short Notice und Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- Line of HON GUARANTEED. keep as near us possible every tiling the people Hut we will call ymir attention to some lines that we want. are especially anxious for you to get acquainted with. Men's and have them in the new, also in the plain, Maple styles und feel sure can suit every one, and know we can save ou money. Men's und Hoys' Huts we have them in the new things Boys' Clothing we in both rough und smooth effects and also in thepl.iin staple styles. t CLAY CITY, - KENTUCKY. ' t MillikanBusinessSchool Lexington, Ky. men, "Queen Quality" and "Hilton Favorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leathers and luts in both button und lace. We also defy competition in our lines of heav"Wulk-Over- " Shoes for trip. Starts Much Trouble. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND. If all people knew that neglect of TYPEWRITING. constipation would result Insevore iadlges'inn, yullow jaundice or This school has 'turned out hint' liver trouble they would soon dreds of men and women who ' take Dr. King's New Life I'HIe, and urosuccesscs. It will make end it. It is the only safe wuy. n success of you. Best for hiliouNiaes, heuduolio, chills and debility. 25c at rjwanii'Duy Lumber .Co.te store. dys-pipsia, Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostratlou and female weaknesses they ate the supreme xetnedy, as thousands have testified. ier shoes for both sexes in all sizes try them and compare them with those sold elsewhere. See our lines of ruin coats, hunt- ing and work coats.corduroy and other servicable punts,.'aps,trunl;?, suitcases, In fact, sie us for every thing, as it will pay you, for we want your trade, and to got It we must make it to your interest this we will do. ladles' und gentb' furnishing goods. Yiite FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ft is the for Catalogue. 3 over aaMBriirrrrrrnirrwr jct medicine ever sold druggist's counter. vr-w- Har'dwick & Co., Stanton. ( mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammESi ir mi w NOTES MEADOWBR00K FARM HANDY RACK FOR SEED CORN Pigeon Hole Is Provided for Every Ear and It Easy to Make Mice Are Kept Off. A Shingle for Sale. Black oak and pine at $2.50 and chine. They go about from farm to farm shearing the flocks singly or 82.25 per thousand at mill. Very Serious have several flocks brought to a cenDavis & Burgher, tral point Is a very serious matter to sale It Vaughn's Mill, Ky. for one medicine and have the Sheep require different feeding and wrong one given jrou. For this handling from any other animal on reason wo urge you In buying to the farm. Even though you are an be careful to get the gcnulno experienced sheep raiser, don't get try to manage a too ambitious and larger flock than you pan keep up to BUck-rmigH- T the standard of excellence. tfiV professional? shearers' with a "ma bandy typo of rack tor storing need corn, which Is vory simple Id construction, la shown In the Illustra tion, says the Farm and Home. It may be mode any size, but one that is Inbreeding too much will cause pigheven feet high and four feet wide Is Beware of Agents. vry convenient. The frame Is made eons to "go light" d These agents canof Inch boards 12 Inches wide, and at Persistency Is one of the valuable vass nil sections of the country, intervals of three Inches two laths are qualities of a good dairy cow. placed crosswise and wires are strung the community from which this one-thirslick-tongnc- The average depreciation of farm machinery la reckoned at 10 per cent, per year. A machine shed will cut or extend this cost at least the life of the average machine to fifteen years, where It Is now thrown onto the scrap pile In ten years. PTODiptlr ITRaDC-MaaK- partner, patent law and other valuable Information. llmtt lor bank RiniftNcia. Bend ornu In etampe for InTalnaMe book and SILl PATIMTS, ?S..F9W TO par. Whltb one will TI How to get a obtained in all eountrlei oa no and Copyrlf hti Send Sketch, Model or l'liolo, m. Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, far constipation, V and liver trouble, Is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It ia better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 D. 1303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO, PATENT LAWV1BI. D. C. VjQ rU ri.1 all t lit rwi jri4ru rMi'Lrf.'rJ ?, "rw rii Wru ri1 rA rZ ruw y-f-- srui XLuriA-- i yum Handy Corn Rack. Inches apart? running from top to bottom. This makes an Ideal pig eon hole for each ear. Two cross wires are run through the center around the lath, as shown, to prevent them from sagging. Each division can be numbered so that Individual tests can be made of every ear. 2 article is addressed being no exception. Just recently here, a The horse that slobbers when eat- stove agent landed five sales in ing should have his teeth examined. one day, making a profit, no doubt, of $30 to $40 on each sale. The experienced poultryman will Progressive Farmer. laybreed only from his best winter ers. A man is known by three Onions, unlike potatoes and other things : by his conduct in money root crops, will not keep In a moist matter, his behavior at the table, cellar. and his demeanor when angry. Do not allow the pullets to roost In tho cuop3 where they were raised. Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It Is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work yqu do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable Ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. Lower Taxes would be a most desirable chance, but since that seems to be out of Low ground drained can be cultivatthe question Just now, the best ed earlier than high ground not thing to do is to.save tax money by drained. spring. Prune the currants and gooseberries as soon as the leaves fall, or early next spring. At this season of the year with the coming of the fall rains, a dry shelter should be provided for the sheep. Tile drainage by making the soli Arm, enables earlier cultivation In the making your purchases at Williams' Two Stores. FOR 'SALE A Cardui womlniTomc Mrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. LARGE WHEELS ON TRACTOR Largest of Their Kind Manufactured by English Firm for Experimental Purposes. The largest wheels ever used on an agricultural traction engine were built by a firm In Leeds, England, for experimental purposes, says the Popular Mechanics. The giant wheels are 12 Splendid Farm. L One of Large Wheels. A feet In diameter, with a bearing surface 18 Inches wide. The wheel.- - were designed for use on soft soil. Cottonseed Meal. If cottonseed meal costs delivered $35 n ton, each pound of digestible protein will cost less than cents If corn Is worth $25 a ton, each pound or protein will cost about 16 cents a t ound In other words, a pound of I'roteln in corn will cost neurly four times as much as a pound of protein 'n cottonseed meal, This cleat ly hows that the dairy farmer will lose money If he purchases corn to feed his cows, providing, of course, that cottonseed meal Is available. Dm If lOttotiseed meal Is not available other f'cdlng stuff b can be bad, The buer of grain feeds Rhould consider l.U purchase In this light ii Marketing Vegetables. The successful marketing of beyond doubt, Is the most serous question of all for commercial In many instances It Is H'ovcis impossible to make ship-- t ents to the city and realize a fair prolit This condition Is due to high tit Sfit or express charges, unscrupumiddle-iiielous dealers and too muuy There Is too much difference the price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer, iiml this Is the primary cause ot the high con of livli'g in the large cities. vege-uth'en 1 A farm of 210 acres, well improv "Almost every wrong act of the ed, 3 miles from Clay City on pubhorse Is caused by fear, excitement or mismanagement," said a great horse- lic road, convenient to churches, school nnd postoflice. man. Good dwel ling of 8 rooms'and porches. Nice Begin a systematic culling of the flock this month, and get rid ,of all young orchard and excellent spring unpromising birds before cold weath- in the yard. Good barn and other er sets In. necessary outbuildings. Tenant house on place.- About all in blue A da.ry barn can be kept practically free from unpleasant odors, but we grass. Some tillable land and tim never eav more than half a 'dozen ber on the place, and all under fair such barns. fence. There are in all 8 never It Is just as Important that every failing sprines in different parts of horse should have his own collar all the place .This is$a cood place, to the time as that a man should wear make money where properly han his own shoes. dled. One hundred acres of this Save the small potatoes and Imper- land will grow good tobacco. This fect heads of cabbage and other waste land is susceptible to division and vegetables. They will all be relished will make two good farms. This is by the hens In the winter. a bargain for sOine one. Come Work horses, that have been push- quick as thU place, must be sold at ed In the fields all summer should once. Call at office. now have the advantage of every hour possible in the fall pastures. do Right Ahead. Our wall paper sale ia one of the Where a number of horses are kept In the same barn the sides of the stall big events of the season. We are should be low enough to allow them showing the beautiful things which to see each other as all horses love earlier in the year commanded u company. higher price and now only costs a- Let the same person milk the same bout cows every day when possible, be Tho reason is "the Fall Stock, cause a strange mllket always makes The bnefit is enjoyed by all. the animal nervous and affects the milk flow. We'd like to selUniore paper to morrow than any time this week The first test to be given a new woiktuan on the farm Is to send blm Mr. J. W. Williams, Clay City, Ky out with a team. If be bandies them Farm for Sele. kindly and skillfully be Is pietty sure 57 acres more or less, good land man. to be a good that will grow good tobacco, corn If you find a workman kicking oi f l mil en from beating n horse back him up mto a and other crops, corner and give blm a sound lecture Clay City, giod idweltmsr, barn Then watch him carefully and If lie mid oi her outbuildings, young orchrepeats the act send blm adrift ard just begun bearing, well water When a man sends his horse pell nl, fine htilphtir spring in the yard niell down hill with a loost ruin bt This place is on the county road not only jars the shoulders, tprlogF und close ti fchooland etc. IMn the knees, weakens the nerves, but runs the risk of breaking his horses' reasonable and terms easy. knees Applytat this olllce. the-Titntwo-third- Take Cardui. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? It will help you. Ask your druggist Write to: Ladlei" Adrlwry Dept. Chittanoora Medicine Co.. Chattanoota. Term., book. "Home Treataeat lor Woman." aenj tret. J Be. for Sptdat Instructions, and ge Erst-Boun- d. Effective May 28, 1911. No. 4, Daily. A. M. West-Boun- No. 2, Daily. 1'. W. Stations. No. 1, , No. 3, Dally A. M. Daily. P. M. 5:35 1:3"' 2:17 2:35 2:49 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:04 4:25 5:19 5:25 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 9:00 9:05 9:12 9:27 9:32 9:44 10:04 10:57 11 :05 Lexington, Winchester, L. & K. Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosalyn, Filson, Cam pton Junction, 8:50 8:05 7:61 - 4:50 4:37 '7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 C:59 . 4:22 4:05 3:56 3:51 Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & K. Junction, Junction, 11:25 Jackson, 0:43 6:40 0:25 0:03 5:10 5:05 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:67 1:50 1:25 Quicksand, CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make connection at Lexington with tht L. &. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will ninke connection with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. UAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make with Mountain Central Railway to and from Catupton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will with the L. fc A. Rnilway for Beattyvillo. & K. JUNCTION: O. Trails Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will moke connection with Ohio & Ker.tutky Railway for Cunnel City, Ky. tu d O. fc K. stations. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent . con-nectio- n make-connectio- I change have tiled various feeds, but never havo found any advantage over corn. The pasture Is. of course best of all for since the birds will care for themselves. on the ground, says a writer In an WANTED GoodHoiifekeepIng Mxpizine retpiiei the pervicen if a representative m Clay I ity to look Winter Feed for Geeae. never feed nuy suecial zremi teed and make the bouse uncomfortable after eubrlption 'renewals and to except cabbage to tuy breeding geeee throughout the winter. stent! circulation Ky special uieth during the winter But I raise field corn and feed that allowing the geeie ' There Is no economy In feeding mus- ,ds which have proved umiisijh Iv the range except when there Is snow ty grain of any kind to the chickens, 'uccet-sfulSuLry mid com minion Put new sand on the floor of the her house Immediately, otherwise It will uotdry out thoroughly before cold weather comes but vlll remain damp . Not Simply ex- even If It can be bad for a quarter of (he price of good grain. The fowls will eat it, ir other food Is withheld, not good for thorn. but It J I'revlouH experienco de-- l ruble, but not crentliil. Wholettlnie or spare litue. Address, wi?lefe.enets Now la tho tfrao or year when you'are be- In the MARATHON you get all this. rtnulDg to think of the car you Intend buying. Bat non't accept oarniereitatemcut. For Remember, when you buy, that the abao- - we can confines you or 1U truth. . , lute limit of dollar tor dollar return U , Ta lhM. reached in care eelling- - under rAOOO. When return. are not in pro. fcft and dependable utility portion to your Investment. that charucter- be the UAUATUON. When tou bur. bur not atmolr a car.. bat car aervice. Boy correct deabn, accur. And lt'i your for the uklng. eve eouiirucuoa anu goou niavcriaia, uuy aound motor oar value. Won't you ak for Ut a Car but Car Service . ?,0F0 T"1 ?r,our MAUATH0N model In many of the big sheep states tht farmers find It profitable to cug? 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