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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 16, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911111601_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 16, 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. (3) THE CLAY CITY TIMES. Si. oo a Year in Advance. We arc here to help Clay City, tbe Sorroanliog Country and Ourselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. , VP U XVrT. Bond Issues. CLAY CITY, KYM THURSDAY, lack good roads, good schools and suitable public buildings. Likewise there are many cities bigger than Pineville which lack good streets. A little of the I'inoville spirit is badly needed in numerous localities in KenPatrick-Maple. NOVEMBER J6, 1911. Looking for Dcst Grade. NO. 'JC Bond issues sire not populnr with the voters of Kentucky. In (lie Into election n number of comities endeavored to secure the adoption of bond propositions as a menus to permanent and prompt road improvement. In every it appeare, the proposition was defeated and road building through bond issues will not bo possible. It is difficult to understand the obstinate opposition which many voters manifest toward any sort of a bond issue. In some counties it hns resulted in failure to build courthouses that are greatly needed. In some of the school tucky. Courier-Journa- l. Hunting Season Opens. - li9tricts the voters persistently refuse, by their antipathy to bonds, to permit the erection of suitable school buildings to meet the needs of the rising generation. Probably half a dozen countieB have turned down propositions to issue bonds in reasonable for road improvement. The county of Mercer, which has been in want of a suitable court-houl- e for many years, has refused to vote funds for its construction. The city of Paducah de- feated a bond issue for school improvements. In striking contrast with these results comes the news from the little city of Pine-vill- e where two bond propositions were voted upon and both were uarrieo bVy a "practically unjini:. man tet)ti provided for the issue of $30,000 for bonds for the ccection' of n new city school 0 building and the other for improvement. for Btreet Pineville, according to the census of 1010, has a population of 2,101. Approximately 400 votes were cast in the recent election and out of that number only thir-tee- ji were recorded against the $15,-O0- The hunting season for mil yesterday and the boys were among the game in due time but to Rome of them it must to have become an old thing as they have been out for weeks banging away at something. We know where'of we speak because wo heard the shots and tried our best to catch some of them, but they were always gone when we would go to where the shots were tired. It is to be hoped that some of them will yet be punished, though to us it seems a difficult thing. To fine a few of them woulJ put a stop to the violations. House Burned. will go to houBejkeeping in their new home, furnished and ready for the bride;.'l There were some fifty guests at the wedding who followed trajfl to see them oil' The editor of this paper has a them to the Beattyville warm place in his heart for the Enterprise. friends who bring or 6end in news ireftfjsr "It is" the' desire' of Heavy HIta forYheHarvester Trust. this paper to give all the news The International Harvester all the time and those who lend Company, one of the mo9t opus their assistance to that end pressive trusts in the land, has have our unbounded gratitude. been so harrassed in Kentucky by fines because of their continThe men who do a town more ued violations of the State trust harm than good may be classe'd laws, that it has withdrawn from as follows: First, those who opthe State. pose improvement. Second, those The noxt day after the Comwho run it down to strangers. pany withdraws from the State, Third, those who never adverbond issues. this trust, is ousted from theState There are many countieB which tise their business. of Missouri because of the combination and increase of price put on the machinery which the farmer has to use. g The residence of Jesse Puckott near Powell's Valley church was burned yesterday morning while all the family was awoy from home. Everything in the house was also consumed in the Humes. The loss falls very heavily upon Mr. Puckett who is a hard work-inman and had acquired a little home from his labors only to be swept away in so short a time. The marriage of Mrs. Paulina Patrick to Mrf Sid Maple, of Irvine, Ky., w'a'a celebrated Thursday at 10 o'clock a. in., at the Pryse House, fllev. A. II. Sanders, padtor of the Christian church of Irviqe, wns'tho officiating minister jwlio pronounced the ceremony in a very impressive manner. Air's. G. T. Smith played the wedding march. Mrs. Jas. Mott McDaiiicl sang just before the ceremony, "O, Promise Me." The bride waB eh inning in a traveling suit of gray. The wedding march sounded with joyful notes for the congratulations, after which the bridal couple took tbe 11 o'clock train for their home in Irvine. The gifts were a feature of the wedding. A splendid collection displayed in the hotel parlor. The bride is.'a daughter of A. fl. Thomas one of the earlier county. She has settlers in Lee '"if. a great many friends and will be greatly missed. greot-ings""and. Mr. Maple is a prosperous lum- berman of Ir.v?ne, where they In the job department of the Democrat's were printed this week blank forms for options on the right of way for the L. & E. road from some point near Torrent to Jackson. x This road if rebuilt will not be along the present line, but the blanks mentioned above, are to be used up the North Fork, and the most practical Creeks of the same that run in the same general direction. It is now generally understood that the road projected from here to Irvine and the one from Paris to Indian Fields, are neither primarily intended to de velop new territory. The object is to get the best possible grade from the head of the. Kentucky river to Cincinnati so that the immense freight to be developed can be handled at the least possible expenditure of motive power and other equipments. The Irvine road, if built, would go up the Middle Fork and strike the present L. & E. road about twenThis ty miles above Jackson. river is comparatively free from sharp bends, and is pritty straight for a mountain river. On the contrary the North Fork, up which the Paris and Indian Field routejs projected is about as crooked and turbulent a stream as can bo found. Winchester Democrat. Heavy Wmd Storm. The wind storm Saturday night did great damage all over Kentucky as well as iu other Statei;. Eight persons wero killed at Jauesville, Wis. and in other Western states the loss of life and property was very great. Saturday was a very warm day for the season of the year. That night the wind blow heavily fol lowed by rain. Sunday the rain turned to sleet then tosnow with a fall in temperature until Monday morning when the thermometer registered but 12 degrees Unsheltered stocV zero. sufl'cred greatly Sunday night. A great deal of corn fodder in the, shock in this county was blown down iu the Saturday night's wind which was all the local damage done here. Peanut Farming for the Insane. Peanut farming may be tried at the insane asylums of Kentucky to solve the problem of giving the insane some employment and it is believed that a large profit can be earned fur tlr State in this way. The idea wan suggested by S. A. L'ate, one of the officials of the asylum for the insane at Uopkinsvillc. He tried growing peanuts in the garden back of the buildings, ami succeeding in producing 2013 bushels of nutsjon a tract of less than an acre. He behoves that the nuts can bo grown successfully at the asylums at Lexington and Lakeland, as well as at Hopkins ville. Fit fur the Fray" Lands Posted. All persons are hereby notified that no hunting will be allowed on inclosed lands belonging to the undersigned. Mrs. Emma Mountz, J. E. Burgher. Additional names added to this list for '25 cents cash. Is what is said of onr ready-mad- o clothes for children. They stand and the wear and tear of child-lifUnlike the Children Themselves, do not run away when washed. A look through will con vince you. Airs..!. W, Williams, Clay City, Ky. e 1 IALDR0N Wi & JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Costly Land. In the neighborhood of Glen's Creek, Ky., it is. said two neighbors differed about a strip of ground eight feet wide and containing only about of an acre. They went to law to settle it, and the case is still undecided., Already thoy have one-eighth I H Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of Gencrul Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they aro SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to flrA coSl in order to get room for new goods spent eighteen hundred dollars, and before thoy getthrougli with it they will have to spend about thirty-fiv- e hundred. Hero is new evidence that in. case of dispute it is better to "agree quickly with thine adversary." Registration Certificates In Demand. 1 Saving Money. You can do the eamo thing. If you are not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of - HATS and CAPS. save Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first some served. Of 40,037 citizens who secured registration papers, 85,001 voted in Louisville last Tuesday, 10,480 failing to oxerciso their voting privileges. Tlio market for registration certificates must have been hotter in Louisville than in some of the other cities of the State. The United States Supreme Court decided that the State of Kentucky had tlio right to tax the steamships of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company al- , though thov have ua port of cull iu Kentucky. already ono of our many pleased customers, come round romo day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willoneiiyouroycetoan opportunity. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you Hvo in Clny City or near our store we will "deliver the goods" SHIMFESSEL'S. THE TIMES, PUBLISHED EVKKV THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in n'dvance 82. J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s mnil mntter. Nov. 1G, Thursday, 1911. Stute of Ohio,' City of Toledo, Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oatl. that he is senior partner ol the firm of F. .1. Cheney & Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo, County and Stute aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every cafe of Catarrh that cannot be be cured by Hall'd Oatnrrh Cure. FRANK .1. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscrib S ed in my prenee, thin litli day of December, A. D.v18Sli. A. Y (lleason, hl'nl Notary Public. Cutiirrh Cure is t:iken hikI uv.tt. dilectly on the n ''loud mul fuifncc? of Ihe pyjttiii. Send for teiiiiiiiniiiils liee. V. I. Ch. ne. iv Co.. Toledo, O. II11IIV 111 11 Sold by all DiugviftH, 7t"c. Tnke I lull V Family Pills for constii:iti(n. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journal " " " $1.00 ing turkeys paingy 11 cents per "November days have come, pound. SPOUT SPRING. "The saddest of the year," E. O. Dawsow is selling out Hut this time to Kentucky Democrats W. J. Christopher, Jr. is with and making preparations to go They bring great cheer. old friends here this week enjoy to Missouri where he has rented O'Rear now fully enters into ing u few days hunt. a farm. The sentiment of the verse, Quite a number here took ad And reluctantly though tersely says, Rev. H. J. Parsons of St. Bel-en- s thank my stars it can Be no worse." vantage of the cold spell this "I preached here last-- Saturday week and slaughtered their hogs. night but there were no services We are more interested in the Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Christopher on Sunday. ' development of Powell county farm lands and the betterment of its public roads than any other public and secular question. The improvement of these two things must be brought to bear or as a county we must go backward Let every resident of the county join hands, with us. came up from Winchester Tues day to visit relatives here. Mr. Christopher will also enjoy a few days hunt while here. Our merchant, Geo. S. Ware, has decided to sell out and quit the goods business at this place. George is a clever and obliging 1.10 Cincinnati Enquirer 90 Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm 1.00 Ir.land Farmer Albert Ohism, of Loglick, was 90 tion which was performed on his American Farmer here the first of the week buySouthern Agriculturist' 75 leg. A road that U undralned. undracsed, useleia and uninviting. Query: Is It a highway or mtreway? The march ot progress over such road will certainly bt low. Sueh roadi mean Isolation, drudgery, poor achoola, poverty and wretchedness. The building of good roads will practically double the value of such farm lands and the State and Federal Government ought to help build the roads. A good road ought to change the name ot such a locality from Mud Flats to Pleasant Plains. During the Week of October 10 th we will have on display a grand line of Next Sunday, will be regular preaching day at Jackson's Chapel and we hope a good crowd will be present to hear our new pas tor, Bro. Fryman. Millinery, Cloaks, Coat Suits and Skirts. 3 it i5 . P O. Pryor, aged about 80 years, died last,. Friday at the near home of his merchant and postmaster andwe Iron Mound and-tpburied last When hogs-- ' were "ten cents a regret to learn that he has de- Sunday at the Berryman burial pound last year, Republican pn cided to leave us. ground Deceased was ene of pers pointed with pride to the our best citizens. fact and gave its party full cred Kimbrell. it for the high price. Iiepubli-cad- s A. J. Crow sold to Chris Todd The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1913 Almanac. Before the great drouth of 1901, are still in control nnd hogs two twin calves for $15 each. the Hicks Almanac gave timely Will iire five cents this year. P. B. Mcintosh bought of warning. For over two years prior Rome of our Republican exchang James Cooper one calf for $18. to 1911, the Hicks Almanac again es explain the cause for the do sounded a warning of drouth dan W. G. Patrick bought two eline in price. calves of Thomas Clem for $10.00 ger. And so for t forty years this same friend of all the people has We had much rather talk up each. steadfastly refuBed the offers of good roads than to talk politics, James Cooper is preparing to speculators and continued to warn and we are sure it is better for us build a residence where his house the public of the coming dangers of and our readers too. If we only storm and weather. As they should put our heads together about the burned last spring. t oads like we do at election times James H. Crow is visiting Iub have done, the people have nobly we can get the roads too. brothers and sisters in Madison stood by Pro feasor Hicks, their county this week. fnithful public servant, who has Congratulations are due Ken Send V. G. Patrick sold to Dillard grown old in their service. "tiicky for two reasons: the elec Snowden one hog weighing 110 only one dollar to Wojrd nnd Works tion of a splendid Governor and pounds for Co per pound. Publishing Company, 3401 Frankthe election of a great Judge to lin Avenne, St. Louie, Missouri, Berry Stone, of Iron Mound, and get his Mngazine and Almanac the Court of Appeals. was hero last Tuesday engaging both for one year. The Almanac John Langley wbb very modest turkeys at Hi cents per pound. alone, a fine book of 150 pages, is only 35c by mail. Let every body indeed to predict a Republican B. H. Allen rented the John respond and receive the warnings majority of 19,000. He only Sams property including dwell of our National Seer for the coming missed the result a cool 50,000 ing store room and farm for $100. year. grand-daughtas er MRS W Williams USE" HOPE MILLS FLOUR PROUD OF HER CAKES, votes. Good guesser. That was a line trade our Republican brethren made when they swapped off Matthews for Lyle. Matthews didn't need the votes and Hall did. Teachers have been getting their money quite regularly, but t ow that the election is over we assure them it will not come up so promptly. mm A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK read and pies the woman is who has made them from Hope Mills' flour. Success in bread or cake baking is always sure to follow when you use this high tirade and satisfactory flour, sold everywheie. 15 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 Mfg'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Yaughn's Mill. Owing to the bad day Sunday the services at the Methodist church wore postponed. Mr. Grover Baruett, of is visiting friends and relatives on Hardwick's Creek. Win-Cheste- is seeking your business. r, m Clay City National Bank. Thi Myirs Patint Mop Wringtr This Mop Wringer Is the only machine ever Invented that will wring and clean a mop thoroughly. It not only tal.es tint the dirt and leaves the mop clean, but it wrings It to dry I hut there la hardly uuy moisture left in tho mop. 'i lia ttoor is never left strrakcl, asyouuroulwnysualngaclean inop, 'II 1 Miss Bessie Mize from Missouri who is away on a vacation, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mize of this place. Mr. Allen Gravett is very low at this writing, physicians say, chances arc against him. lie was slightly eased by au opera- - JBI JOHN WHITE 4 OOw IIUv I I raBf 1HAAND HIDES urns. WeelCVsnmUeUl. Write cfee4Utaualkalat-tia-4 Is vcryBlinplQtauperatoainlreuuirvsioaldll.. a any body can uso it. man, womiti or child. It a li lur buvvr, us one peraon will do tho woik quicker uud IwtNr tli:in thno with any otherdfvlcu known. Tho pall sets on tho pluttorm and Is not attached to the machine and can be movi d nt any time. It is always ready for use and there are no parts to t out of order. A trial of our machine will convince you that lt work ia perfect We have yet to find a dlssatlsfled customer. If roar denier doee not handle tble Mop Wrlug er.wrlte direct to im. TAM.MMD1M7 MYERS WMIHHER MMMrfrti MdMwki N Y LowmrtuaTXib Father's Vengeance would have fallen on any oi u who attacked the sou of Peter liondy, of South Ituckuood, Mich , but ho was p iwurless before attacks of kidAN ALL HOMEMADE PA F ICR. ney trouble. "Doctors could nut help him." he wrote, "so at last wn LOO A j BREVITIES. gLve him Electric Bitters and hu T1IUKSDAY, ... Gov. 10, 1011. Improved wonderfully from taking six bottles. Its the best kidney medicine 1 ever saw." Haekaehe, Miljarjl Utmli'o, of' Mt. Sterltired feeling, Nervountiess, hss of ing, was in Hie city yesterday. appetite, warn of "kidney trouble Dr. Martin was very sick yes. that may end in dropsy, diabetes or torday w.tli symptoms of appen- IJright's disease. Uewaiv: Take dicitis. He was somo better, Electric- Hitters and be safe. Every however, last, night. bottle guaranteed. 50c at Swann-DaLumber Co.'s store. The Rev. Oorge Tivis, of will assist Pastor Fryman in Blushing With Pride. a series of meetings at the MethA Clay City man, it is related, odist church beginningjonight. has a very red nose, and recent lv Farmers' are now living very a very inquisitive person said to high since hoy: killing time io on him: "Please don't take any and "thefrojt is on the pumpkin offense, but I'm very curious to and the fodder is in the shock." know why your nose is always THE TIMES. A Quail aro said to.be unusually large and ftit this full. Balked at Cold Steel. "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot off." said II. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, "although a horrible ulcer had been the plague of my life for four years. Instead I used Buck-leu'- s Arnica Salve, audniy foot was Heals soon completely cured." burns, boils, sores, bruises, eczema, Surest pile cure. pimples, corns. 2oc at Swann-DoLumber Co.'s y We Give Away Absolutely Free of Cost The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain English, or Medicine Simplified, by U. V. Pierce, M. D,, Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids' Hotel andSur- rfSonl Tnatifiitn (it ttnfTrt Irk a Unnls 1 (VQ 1 -- Am. I illustrations, in strong paper covers, to any one sending 21 one-cestamps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in French Cloth binding for 31 stamps. Over 680,000 copies of this complete Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth binding at regular price of $1.50. Afterwards, one and a half million copies were given away as above. A new, revised edition is now readr for mailing. Better send NOW, before all are gone. Address World's Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. over 700 store. " Sye'U Show You. - If' any doubt the goods 'ybiiought 'to buy, wo want to show you If you have any doubt about the place to go, we'd like to tell j'ou Several things about Full 'quality great our line: low. .'cost- All we say is backed, by whut wo do. Williams' Two Stores, Cfay City, Ky. , . THE ONE REMEDY for woman's peculiar ailments good enough that its makers are not afraid to print on its outside wrapper Its every Ingredient. habit-formin- DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE No Secrets PRESCRIPTION No Deception. - you-'hilv- y g no drugs. Made from nativo medicinal forest root of well established curative value. TnE ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol and 0-hi- vn-riet- Buy (, John T. Welch, who returned from Alaska a f.ew '.weeks ago, leaves for New "ftoss, Id. where he will engage in the hardware business. $100,000 for red?" And this is the reply the "My inquisitive person got: nose is merely blushing with pride over the fact that it has never butted into anyone's" Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. Fruit and Shade Trees! Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and Jackson voted a bond issue of Everything For Saved ilany From Death. the improvement, of W. L. Moclc, of Mock, Ark,, be- ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. Jackson must be lieves he has saved many lives in its streets. OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. forging to the'fronti That's the his 25 ears of experience in the way to get there. Free Catalog. drug ouwiness. "What T always No Agents. like to do," he wiiie, "is to recomTuesday Governor Willson the usual Thanksgiving mend Dr King's New Discovery for fi. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. proclamation for the last Thurs- weak, sore lungs, hard colds, hoarseness, coughs, la grippe, day in November which this time croup, asthma or other bronchial is the last day of the month. is-suob.-tina- te Cultivators FROM- affection, for I feel sure that a numThe recent tides have brought ber of my neigiitiors are- alive and down enough logs to Brodhead-Garrett'- s well today becuioe the' took my saw mill to keep them advice I honestly believe to use it running until (Jhristtnas if no its the best throat and lung mediother tides before that time cine that's made." Easy to prove comes along. he's right Get a trial bottle free, or regular 50c or $1 bottle. GuarA.Natonal Good Roads be helcLat Richmond, anteed at Swami Day Lumber Co's Vn. Nov. Oth'to 23rd. It seems store that all the rest of the country is If you want getting awake to the benefit of to see your good roads except Powoll county. dollars magniA sale of 500 barrels of corn in fy and increase Olark county near the Powell ms you spend lino is reported to have taken them, why, place in which the corn sold for spend them The corn goes !f!l.50 per barrel. here, We'll give you the most for at iield run and is to,be fed to them ; we are sure of this you cattle. need only try it once and you'll be J. II. Burgher has resumed hie fure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, Clay City, Ky. duties as filer. at the big Lombard saw mills and went there Mon day. O. F. Toinlinsofr, who has been holding the job down for him, came back to Brodhead-Garrett'- s Monday and took up his old job with them. Associ-atijnwill CAPITAL STOCK, SIOO.OOO SURPLUSANDUN- DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 THE j Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, 3j Winchester Bank, op WiKonsTEn, Kv. N.HOt.T.T' W. R. SPIIAIl,' PflKS. OASHIEIt. Winchester, - Ky. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOt,IOITKD Fall and Winter ! J.P.HAUPPIN,! Watchmaker Jeweler. Goods. HARDWICK AND CO. JJefore milking Our Fall and Winter Goods uiv now in. your purchases cull mid see them and get our prices on nnytliing V5 claim th.it we will sive you money by selling yon may need. you goods All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Line of Jewelry a & Spectacles. . The opening of the hunting one reason simisoii is wpli'omo it always brings buck a number of our favorite ?on- to enjoy a - i'r t Call and see me in the Red River Hotel Building, KENTUCKY. that will give you more service for the money than If you do not already know we CLAVCITY, elsewhere. it. it, givp us a chance to wo few days of sporting. Wo welcome them In mi io again and wish for them abundant success in bringing to the ground meat numbers of the feathered tribe. . prove this claim, for if can do this it'? to your interest to know We can't mention every thing lure will call your that handle, as we try Animated discussion of tl.o advisability of aiiif.udiuu the,Ken- J. B. BLACKBURNrSTNTON, KY., tucky Constitution so as to per- is Agent for Powell County for the mit of a chiselled instead of a moit complete cabinet tux marked the Tuesday ever oflerd the public. night session of the Greater KenFull Stock in Store. Good roads tucky convent'ion. and better sehojds ciime in for their share of attention at the MillikanBusiness School morning and altortioou sessions at Louisville. Lexington, Ky. Start Much Trouble. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, If all people knew tlxit neglect f TYPEWRITING. c.instipaiioii would result in severe indigestion, yellow Jaundice or vi- This school has turned out hunrulent liver trouble they, would soon dreds of men and women who takjw Dr. King's New Life PIUs, and aro successes. It will make end it. -- It is'tho only safe way. Best'for biliousiifPS, lipadncho, dyspepsia, chills and debility. 2oo at Lumber Co.'s store. Swann-Duy TH& HOOSIER SPECIAL SAVES MILES STEPS FOR TIRED FEET 6f MONEY W; & ve at all times to wunt. Hut wo keep as near as possible every thing the people attention to some lines that we are especially anxious for you to get acquainted with. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in the new, also in the plain, staple We tell vouhow. snd tiavbest market prices. We are dealtri: established InlK.8; ami can da BUTVUKfor you than agents or commission Merchants. Kefcreticea a iv t auk lu J.mi. isvllle. Write for we Vly price l.t. V A JJ E. ktjrkll St. I TJiSH.lE. K?. Oealers In KUHs, HIlLi, WOOL. M. SADEL SONS styles and feel sure can suit every one, and know we can save you money. Men's and Hoys' Hats we have them in the new thiugs iu bolh rough and Hinooth effects and also in the plain staple styles. "Walk-Over- " .Shoes for men, 'Queen Quality" and "lloston Favorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leathers and lasts in Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration end they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. female-weaknesse- both button and lace. We also defy competition in our lines of heavier shoes for both sexes in all sizes try them and compare See our lines of rain coats, huntthem with those sold eUewliero, ing and work coats, corduroy and other servicable patUK,caps,trunks, suit cases, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods. In fact, see us for every thing, us it will pay you, for we want your trade, and to get It we must roakq It to your interest this we will do. u success ofyou. 3 Wiite for Catalogue. it FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ?IWIfHI is the best medicine ever told over a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i V Mini PLANT STAND FOR A NOTES MEAD0WBR00K c" Shingles for Sale. If the colts aio to come out sound, Black oak and pino ut 82.50 lively and ready for work or market next spring they must have good feed, $2.25 per thousand at mill. plenty of exercise In open air every Davis ib Burgher, fine day and warm quarters at bight all winter. Cattle and other live stock will derive much good early fall an winter pasture on wheat and they will not damage tho crop if the pasturing Is done In dry weather or when the ground Is frozen. If you would really know how an unblankoted horse feels after violent exercise In cold weather take a brisk run of a mile or so and then stand where tho cold wind will strike you for half an hour. and Very Serious . FARM Vaughn's Mill, Ky. It is 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 bo careful to get the genuine BLAck-DraugH- WINDOW Al- T One That Can Be Moved Easily It ways In Demand Can Be Constructed by Handy Person. Liver Medicine promptly obtained In nil cxmntrlM OR HO FSI. TAD(-MAMClTMU and CoptlitDttTOEte-litera- l. Hend fikMcD, Model or l'boto, tor RiroitTon patentability- - fatentpract-loeexdnilTe- lr. mil A plnnt stand that can be moved pnsily In always In demand by who ever grows flowers. The accompany iriR design can bo constructed by anyone handy with tools. It should, be made In a substantial manner, (or Berxi 1 In Mump for InTilnabte on MOW TO OBTAIN And SILL PATIMTS, Which one will par. How to tret partner, patent law and other raloable Information, rnu bank mrtitiNOSS. Nk The vlnter egg producers are now soon In tho course of development on thouThe early hatched pullets will sands of farms, and. It behooves evbe beginning to lay ery one to soe to it that they lack asThere Is no advantage In baring the nothing at this period that would sist In their development rapid a growth. colt make too More horses are spoiled oy drivers than any 'other way. poor D. SWIFT 303 Seveath PATENT LAWYERS. St. Washlnoton. D. tt CO. C The reputation of this old. relia ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver troubls. is firm ly established. It doc3 not imitate other medicines. It is better than Others, or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger ale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 . Never buy a hone for family use where the women folk are to drive j him without at least one week's trial paces and Horses like shredded fodder, but H he is put through all his sent up against steam engines and one must learn to feed It right other scarey things ho will develop "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken paddock helps his good or bad faith In that time. The Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, out the winter feed bin. A Homemade Plant Stand. A pair of full grown Bull snakes if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had when weighted down wltb pots It will It is bad policy to let the milk and will keep two or threo acres of alfalThree phypains all over, and suffered with an abscess. be subject to considerable strain when cream get a kitchen flavor. fa free from the encroachments of sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in a flimsy framework moved, mole, and and the pocket gopher and the would noon come apart and the stand better health than ever before, and that means much to me, Surplus young ducks will soon be they are harmless with the exception collapse, plants and all. of the fact that they may catch small In demand In the city markets. because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of Of course, such a stand can be chickens If they are given a chance. different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me made of any size to fit the window, Let the boga turn all the Morgan Gravett, of Olark counSylvanus Van Aken In the apples" Into writes for a few days only." pork. Orange-JudFarmer. When one dety, was here this week to see his atsires to make the room more Washing a separator Is not a very tractive for a party It may be difficult Job if done soon after separ- father, Allen Qnivett, who is very ill. away and placed agalnat ating. wheeled facing wall, shelves tho the An exchange, remarks that u the room. It will thus provide a bank Grapes are apt to overbear and It Is man can start oat any day and of plants and flowers. Its portability never sure to let them set all the fruit Is also a great advantage on cold inside of an hour and thirty minthey will. Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taknights, since It saves tho labor of movutes he can engage a woman to ing pots one by one, as Is necessary ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other Don't put up with a "robber" cow work for life where stationary plants or tables nny at nothing a week, symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean more than you would wltb a robwithout casters are used. while it will t;ake two weeks of worse to follow, unless given quick treatment go out of ber of any kind. In summer, when plants solid search to , get one to work You would always keep Cardul handy, if you knew doors. It may be set against the side There Is no variety of fowls that at high wages and board. of the bouse In a sheltered place, and what, quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness can be so quickly gotten upon the It will be as useful as Indoors. Lower'Taxes and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard The design Illustrated herewith la market as young ducks. two feet high, two feet from front to would be a most' desirable change, to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it As tho weather continues to get back, and three feet long at the back. but since thut seems to be out of Writ to: Uilei" Adriiory Dept. Chittanoora. M?Udae Co., UuttanooM. TrarL, The shelves are each eight Inches cooler at thlB time of the year, fresh book. "Horn Treatment lor Women," seat free. 1 SI (or Special Infraction, sad the question just - now, the best wide and three Inches deep. The top bones may be had at the butcher'B. cue la three feet long, the middle two thing to do is to gave tax money by Feed Just enough have the pig's feet long and the bottom and one-halmaking your purchases ut two feet long. These shelves should bed clean and comfortable so he will lie down and sleep, and put on fat. Williams Lwo Stores. be covered with a couple of Inches or Slip! flflRY OF L. & E. "ilflE TflBLE. sand. In which the pots are to be FOR:- - S(U-- E A Guard the fowls against exposure plunged. If this sand Is kept moist It West-BounEust-BounEtreotive May 28, 1911. will prevent unusual drying of the to dampness and draughts and they toll In the pots. The whole frame- will be kept free from colds and roup. No.' 3, No. 2, No. 4, No. 1, .Tt work should bo mounted on casters, Station". Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily One of the greatest secrets In the preferably of Iron, and braces should A farm f 210 acres, well improvbe placed at the back and across the successful keeping of horses Is the furnishing of plenty of pure air and ed, Z miles" from Clay City on pub- P. M. P. M. A. M. A. M. bottom, as shown In the drawing. light lic road, convenient to churches, Lexington, 5:35 1:35 8:50 7:20 school nnd postoflice. Good dwelWinchester, 8:05 2:17 4:50 8:03 CAUSE OF CHESTNUT BLIGHT Cows that are expected to return L. & E. Junction, 4:37 7:51 a profit must have liberal rations of ling of 8 rooms and 2 porches. Nice 2:35 8:18 t 8 :32 7 :37 4 :22 Withering of Trees Is Result of Bor- the kinds of foods adapted to their young orchard Indian Fields, spring 2 : 10 ing by Insect Between Outer needs. 4:05 7:19 8:50 CLaY CITY, in tho yard. Good barn and other 3:05 ' and Inner Bark. Stanton, 7:10 3:15 3:56 9:00 neeeesary outbuildings. Tenant 3:21 An Important item In feeding dairy Roeslyn, 9:05 7:05 3:51 Thomas Davy Candy of Langhorne, cows is to have good, tight mangers hnuee on place. About all in blue 3:28 3:45 Filson, 9:12 near Philadelphia, declares that he where the feed will not be soiled or grass. Some tillable land and timCampton Junction, 9:27 3:30 3:17 6:43 bus discovered the cause of the blight wasted. Natural Bridge, 9:32 3:25 6:40 ber on the place, and all under fair 3:52 which Is withering chestnut trees In 9:44 3:12 Torrent, 6:26 the middle and south Atlantic states. It Is claimed that early sown fall fence There are in all 8 never 4:01 (V borlcg beetle, or an wheat Is benefited when C:03 Bentiyville Jet, 10:04 2:51 pastured failing spring in different parts of 4:25 loch long, black In color, which lays with sheep to keep down the rank O. & K. Junction, 1:57 5:19 10:57 5:10 the pluee This is a good place to 5:25 Its eggs between the outer and the growth. 5:05 1:50 11:05 Jackson, Inner barks, Is tho primary cause, be make money where properly han11:25 1:25 Quicksand, rays. Clruba are batched from tbu Pedigreed scrubs are the bane or dled. One hundred acres of this opgs, and these penetrate the solt In CONNECTIONS. the business, and need nor bark, following Its course around the attention of honest breeders of ail lund will grow good tobacco. This LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will mike connection nt Lexington with lund is susceptible to division and the tree trunk. Above the patch 01 classes of stock. the L. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection the borer occurs the blighted appearwill make two good furm. This Is with the L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. ance. Myriads of the tiny worms were If taken at a very early age chick- u bargain for some one. Come luund upon a single tree upon Mr ens can be taught to como and go quick us this place must be sold ut CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make conCandy's land, and the total result ol at certain times, fed In a certain way nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. thtj. Tillies nllieo. heir depredations was so extensive und do other things that will save once. Cul! at BEATTYYILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos.'l, 2 and 3 will make conibat the tree, bo says, appears to bavt-bee- time und annoyance. Qo Right Ahead. nection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyvillo. scorched by Are. The blight Our wall paper sale is one of the O. & K.' JUNCTION: Trair-- Nob. 2, 3 and 4 will make connecso serious In Pennsylvania to lay The hut the legislature appropriated eggs orchicken does not refuse tion with Ohio & Kentucky Ruilway for Cnnnel City, Ky. and We uro get fat through perverseness big events of the season. 275,000 to a commission appointed 0. & K. 6tatijns. of character, it Is simply because the showing the beautiful things which uy the governor to Investigitc .the CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. cause of the disrate and to devise owner Coea not know bow to bnu earlier in the year commanded u j bout desired results. wayu tor exterminating it. higher price and now only costs a. A bout crib of Profit In Alfalfa. corn, which generally miaus a good TIih run biiii is the Full Stock, Olid, middle west seed company puryield per acre, Is much more satis The l)"iitlit lsenjoyed by all. chased recently 700 bushels or nlfatfa factory and to bo desired than many seed. The seed, uncleaned, sold for rirst prizes at the fair. We'd like to sell more paper tn $8.60 the bushel, and was sold by Stemonow than any tinie this week ven Heel or Shawnee, Okla., who reThe truth Is the farmers of the , ceived 15,950 lor the 700 bushel. middle west are raising better mutton Mw. J. W. William-- Clay City, Kj ??5Citw I people are learnihan ever before and Farm for Seta. ing that It Is about the best and cheapPrevent Washing of Soils. 57 acres more or less, good lund On billy lands great difficulty Is ex- est meat they can buy. Now la tha lima of vear wlun Ton'are ba. Iu tho ITAItATUO:! yon get all this. perienced In preventing washing by thai will grow good' tobacco, corn irtnnlug to think of tho car you intend But don't accept our mere tUtUnicul. for hnvlntx This cry Is never heard by the birds tt nil utht-- r I.eav fall and winter rains. Tie use 1 mile fnn u wmiuw juu u num. crop. ueiuemoer, wnen you out, mat me auao. " by her or anybody else except at the of cover crops, therefore, becomes Imluta limit of dollar for ooUar return U w ,,. . -i,i-- t. i Clay City. Kjd- - (Udlini:, burn perative on such lands If clean cul times when they were actually wanted ture Is to bu practiced In the summer and tho way they came running was a und oilier oiiiMiltiiiirl voui'orch When you boy. bay not simply s car- .- ! the MAUATUON. striking lesson in training. inilju-- t bearing, wt-J- I watei- but car acrvloe. Buy correct dealjra, socur- nd It's yours tor tho aakine. ate construction and good material, lluy Size of Farms. I, fine mi I fih ti r ppriuv i the nrd sound motor car value. Won't you uk for Jtt In counting tho profits from your Our farms are decreasing In size MARATHON models Include Torpedo Touring Car, Fore Door Touring ik mi tin- - itnliiitv' run ft the aveiuge number or acres In farms flock do not fall to count the value Tln.--t lihn-Car. Staadvd Touring Car and itoadatcr. and Torpedo baviug decreased from HG In '1900 to of the fat lambs killed during the jiind nhwe to fcliojjhiuid etc, IMci j Koadstcr. Prleca Iron $l,MO to S1.70O. twelve months tor the family use and .138 In 1910 ' KTci,;iiin nrw, w nffrvrriD j rcubiiiiublo.uiid termensv, the bleb value of all the manures. J Pains All Over! d high-price- d d CARDU I WomltvsTonic ie f SpIendiaFarm. d. d. .6:59 stock-breedin- t. e . well-fille- two-third- Not Simply a Car but Car Service t.t, j-ik Iwj-ui- jHi!$htt.lhio cm ithpd Mrnoirc "Him;, i