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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 23, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911112301_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 23, 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. i, - : if . r TH:AYiciTY ' 81.00 a Year in Advance Wc are here to kelp Clay TIMES. .!. E. liurflhcr, Publisher. Cirfrtlie Sarronniing Coantry and Ourselves. VOL XVI. Decrease in Negro Population. CLAY CITY. M'JSElURSDAY the number of that race. These statistics slimy Hint in 1010 Kentucky Iia'd" 2,U27,Hr5 whites ami 2(ll,()"0 negroes; in 1900 1,802,809 whites and 284,700 negroes, or iu 1910 the white"pnp-ulatioamounted to 88.0 per cent, and the negro 11.4 of the total, while in 1900 whites were n NOVEMBEll Allen 2. I9ll. ht NO. 47 Local Option Decision. -- 9 if I r During the last ton years the negro population of Kentucky decreased to I ho extent of 8.1 per cent, of the entire negro popula-t:o- n total 2JI,()30 fewer colored inhabitants being found in the" State at the thirteenth census 1910 than were found in the twefth census in 1000. In the nation the whites number 88.9 per cent, of the population and the negroes 10.7 (all others .4). Whereas ten yeais ago the whites numbered only 87.9 per cent, of the population and the negroes 11 0. In the South including Delaware and the District of Columbia, as well asjlie usual States accredited to that division the negroes composed 29.8 per cent, of the population in 1910. whereas in 1900 thev composed S2.8 per cent. Mayrland and Tennessee, besides Kentucky, of the Southern States show un actual decrease in the number of blacks since 1900, while in Virginia and Delaware the increase has been slight, there are 81,782,687 whites in the iifitiou and 9,828,294 negroes, as opposed to 75,994,575 whites und 8,883,994 negroes in 1900. These and a number of other .highly interesting statistics of -- New PrMMtal In City School. Death of Allen (lravett. This 80.7 and negroes 18.3. shows a falling off of 8.1 percent on the part of the negroes and an increase of 8.9 per cent, on the part of the whites iu Kentucky, the From a political stand-poin- t situation iu Kentucky ha., balanced itself, as departing Republican negroes were made up for by the Republican whites immigrating into Eastern Kentucky. Lost for Want of Candidate. f the population of the United States have been given out by tkejFederal Oensus BureauJThe and the insular-- possessions. According it the reckoning of the Census Bureau, the percent-ag- e of increase among the whites during the past ten years -- has actually been a little greater than that among the negroes, but not so much greater as the figures seem to show. Much of But a Paw Days Aheid. As the WMjtjpr advances the more we rdaliuee that we will grasp of the soon he mud roads lit vtciocvio aic r- 'to run iu the allowing It would not have been on ac- roads whereii '6w minutes work count of Mr. Garrett's unpoput back into the larity, but on the account of the uitchrs tnatsTtre not filled up. y We have ryery poor road unpopularity of his party in just now. working systf iiu rowell coun- ty and a verJPpqor enforcement Powell Not In It. of .the pnr!f working system, According ro the report of the which coii)S&fdwill make mud Secretary of Agriculture, Wilson, roads whet"f wMe more rains there were more than $48,000,000 and freezec4MRie. tlien horse flesh sDent alone inroad building in must BufferjiMlprofunity lavish ilietiSputhern Ken-tuck- Had the Democrats of this Railroad district had a candidate in the recent election H. G. Garrett would not have been as the returns indicate a Democratic majority in the district of one thousand or more. City Schj8 has resigned that position an4jflas been succeeded by O.O. AtjHhflon who for some time has b?m acting Assistant Cashier tjthSOlay City National Bank. Case found the school wor1Jn Clay City too strenuous fbVUB fruil constitution. In tuVjjliay City school for Principal it jUpiires a man of steel brain, .radiating vision, iron nerve, ampjpLexactions, deterchampion boxmined Will er. As Mrttjiiusnn is a young man posseBslw of these qualifications, orit least as many of them bb anysfce we know, we predict a success for the remainder of tbo tew. t lie I'rof. CtffJsuperintendent of aa the apparent increase 1he bureuu traces to white immigration, stating that there is practically no negro immigration to increase New Fall Millinery -- Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. roads wecomfd have if our over Lands Pasted. mOQaf seers had put in all the time they "Fit for the Fray" $000,000. Under the present con All persons are hereby notified had iu the best way. The roads Is what is said of onr ditions of the county but little in this end of the county are re- that no bunting will be allowed on clothes for children. They stand can be spent just now except ally in much worse condition to inclosed lunds belonging to the ami the wear and tear of child-lifbuild and pay for its bridges al- take the winter than they usuUnlike the Children ready built. But the labor as ally are this late in the fall. Mrs. Em niu Mountz, Themselves, do not run away when provided for by law and as is now A Nuisance. J. E. Burgher. washed. A look through will conapplicable in "the ceunty, could Occasionally one will hear the be done Additional names added to this vince you. Mrs. J. W, William.-- , be applied, and the best Clay City, Ky can be done under these ad- remark, "I wish I was out of list for 25 cents cash. that verse conditions. Yet this is this town," and then one feels not regarded, and our bad roads like saying. "I wish you' were in the meantime are getting too" for a mn who stands on the worse when we could uo better street corners, chewing and spit- Pi if we would. ing, telling obscene stories, cursing the town", finding fault with his grandmother because she was a woman, claiming that the 1 merchants are a lot of theives, m that the doctors and newspaper M men would skin u man to a finish, and a whole lot more, is a nuiWe earn a full line of Generul Merchandise and sance and an abomination. reudy-made e .gtetast.jearO;?; Lowell r county spent THtMyeft-be- t ter Gravett, aged sixty-eigIn a local option cae from years, died at the home of Knox county, the Court fA his niece, Mrs. Emma Mountz, peals fixes the place of sale of near this city Saturday night. whisky, under rather peculiar Burial Monday at the Wells circumstances. The appeal was graveyard. Deceased is (surviv- prosecuted by the Commoned by six children Mesdames C. wealth to determine the law in C. Daniel, Jr. and T. J. White, the case, Charles Wilson, a saand Miss Dollie Gravett, of this loon man of Middlcsboro, receivcounty; Messrs. Morgan and Jo- ed an order for whisky by teleel Gravett, of Clark county, and phone from John Sampson, in George Gravett, of Bloomiiigton, Barbourville. He delivered tli III. All were present at thu bu- whisky to one Hiram King t rial except the last named. take to Sampson with the agreeMr. Gravett wus a sober, lion-es- ment, that it was Sampson's whisindustrious and model citi- ky as soon as it w is delivered to zen. His friends were his King. Wilson was indicted in Knox county and the Commonwealth tried to show that tin; Kentucky Wins Big Suit. sale was in Knox county. The In the decision handed down court holds that the sale was in by the Supreme Court of the Bell county and, therefore, WilStates, affirming the decisson cannot be convicted in Kn. ion of the Kentucky Court of Ap- comity. peals, the steamships of the Southern Pacific Railroad are Governor McCreary will probheld taxable by theState of Ken- ably be the last old Confederate tucky. This means that the soldier to be elected Governor of State will receive $212,000 and Kentucky as their ranks are fas Jefferson county 1140,000 in back thinning out and the complaint Matt J. taxes and penalties. i Holt, acting as Attorney for the against old men holding office State, will receive a fee of $25-- , being howled louder every day. 000. The suit, which had a long The Times thinks this no objecrun through the Courts, is based tion however, but rather thinks upon the fact that the Southern there are more men in office in Pacific has its office located at Beechmont.Jefferson county, and too young than too old. We are that it was paying uo taxes to for the old men holding the and we young men doing the the State upon its property. work and the business. t. v of-fle- 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, I j Waltersville, Ky. SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to 1, Figures made known yesterday by the Census Bureau show the value of Kentucky horses and mules to be $71,074,420. .Iowa leads in value of draft horses, while Texas leads all other states in the number and value of its mules. Circuit Court is in session at Stanton this week. The editor has been unable to attead any of the session but guess they can probably get along for at least one term without us as we are unusually busy just now. Gov. WilUon is preparing to vacate Frankfort Deo. 12. He udvises thut no further applications for pardons will be considered except iu pressing cases. g IU are selling the goods t and they tell us our large trade the are pf Saving Money. I You can do the same thing. firs! coft in order to get room for new goods If you are not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot df$ ulreudy one of our many pleased customers, come round ome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our HATS and CAPS. Here's your IK goods.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. opportunity First come, to, save -- some 'it money. $rtt :n$fed. SHIMFESSEL'S. A protracted meeting is iu at the Methodist church, the pastor beiug Misted by the Rev. George Tivis, of Ohio. progress F. 0. Mizo is home from Quick sand to spend a few days with home folks. 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'' Lit THE TIMES. I'UIiUSHKO EVKUV TlIt'ltSDAY, Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advanced. .1. 15. liurghcr, l'lilillshcr. second-clas- s Kntered ns limil mutter. Thursday, - Nov. 23, 1911. Krntii nf Cllim Pitv nf Toliwlil. ' " 88 ed In my presence, this lith day of micas v;ouniy. December, A. D. 188(1. Frank J. Cheney niakes oath A. V. Gleiison, that he ia senior partner of thefittn (bral) Notary Public. of F. .1. Cheney & Co.. doing busiHall's Catarrh Cure is taken i ness in the city of Toledo, County mid acts directly on the and Slate aforesaid, and that said Hood mid mucous surfaces of the firm will pay tho suin of one hunfn '. system. Scud for dred dollars for each and every case I. Cheney v Co., Toledo, O. F. of Catarrh that cannot be be cured Tfic. Sold by all Druyj-is's- , by Hull's Catarrh Cure. FRANK .1. CHKN'KV. .Take Hall's I'liinily I'illa for 7j; Sworn to before tne and subscrib CLUB HATES. For tliu convenience of our wo sub--cnber- ri, constipation. have nrrungedclub rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al CTkS ZAQ ou..ea The above shows a Rood road leading Uu. ui Brlcl.ieiown, Uarbauut.. These usually work upon lands of the wealthy people. This any country In the world. road would do credit to Z? ined quite li number of their sliuht misunderstandim as to i s Sunday wjtb ''inner. place of mpetins:, causing the the oort a nice 'inn' to be small. To avoid A1' attendance SPOUT SPRING. pinch let us remember that it will Dick Curtis has moved to the lie held at the same place, Sun- The R v Irl R. Hicks 1012 Almanac. Niblnck place. day, Nov. 20, at 2 p. m. pound on " I rlii iid Furmor " American Farmer " Smit'hern Agriculturist " " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisville Herald Home and Farm $1.00 1.10 90 7o 1.00 no 75 a live ulons the road. uring the Week of Turkeys are beim: sold here at tin- - Before the great .drouth of l'.Hll, Hicks AlrnHnne time 'itiely JlandUA cents piy foot. WaHersville. Mrs. Clint Curtis and baby are Curt Bowman visited hisdaii!!)-tor- , quite ill at this writim. Mrs. Emerson Coulee near Mrs. D. D. Potts spent TuesMt. Sterling and attended court day with Mrs. A. II. Easter. there Monday. Elder B. S. Burgher hits spent several days recently at his old homo place here. lltinters have been putting in i.ood time in this neighborhood since the bird law expired November 15th. John Dillard Snowden, aned forty-nindied at his home in Winchester Thursday, November 10th of pneumonia. lie is sure, - Miss Amanda Walters visited Miss Lizzie Curtis Saturday night. Mrs. Ellie Mastin spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Virge Mastin. James Howard is very ill at this writing with rheuMrs. St. Loin-- , Mis-miMrs. Edd Martin visited her and get his Mvgazine and A manac parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Potts both for one year The Almanac Monday. 'alone, a fine book of 15(1 piges, is vived by his wife and one son, Misses Anna and Yada Curtis only 35c by mail." Let every body Win. Snowden, Jr.- The remains spent Tuesday night with, their respo .(Land warnings wore brought here and buried nt sister, Miss Lizzie Curtis. l 11 l II II I Ol Mil lull UOIIIIII ye r Salem graveyary Friday with Mr. a::d Mrs. Walter Potts funeral services 1 matism. nrior For over u'MMixig. mrnin to Mill, the Hicks'rtl" . smihdi'd a warning f ron 'his And so for 'fort ' has 'mine friend of all th i1V' of st 'idfastly refused vnrn speculators and coniiiniM the Hiiblic of the coiuin dana - of storm and weather"; As thiv hmild h ive done, the people have nobly stood by Profess'lr Hicks then full lit'ul public servant, who has nd grown old in their ervico or ml A'orks onlv one dollar t Frnnk-- i Publishing CoiajiHiM . , l in-'g- ir we will have on display agrand line of .1 r- -- M illinery, Cloaks, -- I l i Acnne, ri, Coat Suits and Skirts. rr-- .' jjeceith Ol-f- I tnii mm r.. , - - 111 at the grave. . - Kimbrell. Mrs. low-an- spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Potts. d long. Several from this place attendFrances Griggs is very not expected to live very ed the funeral of Mr. John I). Snowden at Sulein Friday. s There will be services at Valley Saturday and Sunday. Every body invited to come out. Eld. Albert Easter and wife spent several days with their daughter, Mrs. John Walters of Pow-ell'- McCall's Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women Have More Friends than any other magazine or patterns. McCall's is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million onehundrcd thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of . Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Wood and daughter. Jennie, were at Irvine last Tuesday. Willis Stone returned from Illinois Monday where he has been working the past year. ficv. L. P. Fryman filial his appointment at Jackson's Chapel Ninthly morning and evening. IJev. Lainberson, of I'owell i o. mt', preached at the Bogie house last Saturday niht mil Sunday. sparkling short stories and helpful information for women. Ford. Mrs. Tenner Easter and her ::iother, Mrs. Mary Pat ton, were the guests of Mrs. Walter Potts last Friday. Mr.'and Mrs. T.S. Curtis en- - Save Moner and Kaap in Style by lub. scribing for McCall' Magatlne Monce. Com only 5a cent! a jrcir, including any one ol the celebrated McCall Pattern free. McCall Pattern Lead all other In stylr, fit, timpllclly, economy and number olJ. More dealer sell McCall Pattern than any other two nukes combined. None higher than IS cent, liuy from your dealer, or by mail from HOPE McCALL'S MAGAZINE 236-24- 6 Mpl W. 37th St., New York City Cepr, Fnvlta OiUkfv t4 Pori CftUfoftt. $ MILLS PROUD OF HER CAKES, Hrcad and lies the woman is who has made them from iToi'i: Mills' Hour. Success in bread or cake huldii: is always sine to follow when you use this hieh tirade and satisfactory Hour, sold every wlieic. Vaughn's Mill. Messrs. Joe Clark and Wintred Davis were in Mt. Sterling Monday on btibiuess. Mr. James Dunawny and others lrom Lexington nnd Winchester pent a few days the first of (he eek on Hindu ick's Creek bird liiiuting. A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK $S is an asset of real worth to any community and a former icsident of Ilardwick's Creek, died at his home Saturday at 8 j. m. lie was buried Monday at Mr. Allen (Sruvett, the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National is fed US The the seeking your business. I Mfe'd by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, KX Well.- - greveyard. Misses Lucy Daniel and Bessie Mizn from Clay City, spent Saturday night at Mr. Clark's and Sunday at Mr. Bush's. A few The Myers Patent Mop Wringer 1 Clay City National Bank. other youngsters were present at Mr. Claik's. Several from Ilardw ick'sCreek, especially the young boys, are attending court at Stanton this week. The youngsters are aim. weriug to their biiiiiinom-'obe. into llie j: in nil jury. Thu Sunday school was hdUl tj thu Ufiiieltun elunnli. There uac s aiteCIIIliC AND MARKET FBICQ HIDES II8HEST ros saw raidiND BIDES. ruca WoslCemmkatoa. V"rUi()t-prka-lla- t location lssUxln 'l aayouaroctmiyauHiie ac'' i.ti m) nuicliliit j v rrfliaptutooj . rrftoai. trcqi. ejnii-'.llot'.y cia u "it. nun wie nvrcliilil. ji m! 01 v vt.. . ! ona p r .on will do t!iJ w " r t:.:.it tl r . quMfer with uny other device known. The pail ! o.t tl. anil ia not attached to the machine at d ci .1 bo int. v it at any time. It is always ready fur usoniul tlieroai'- iuMitttO t out of order. A trial ol our inuchlno will convince you that its work is perfect Wo have yet to find a dissatisfied customer. If your dealer does not handle tlila Mop Wrluger.writa direct to u. nevir 1, : , - This Mop Wringer Is tho only machine ever lavcnU-- th:.' will wring nnl cLun n wop thoroughly. It not out Ul.t-iothodi.-- t aadk-avc- j tin- i iop clean, but it wri.i . 'I wnby II.. . tht--o Ij any mois'uro In ttio mop. IV Moot i.; l:a.-il'- Jt rr a' K-f-t JOHN WHITE & CO.. RTA8LI8HSD1Snr MYERS WRINIER CO,, Lcuisyiu.s. Hv. Manufrs, Mehawkk H. Y. THE AN' TIMES. L'AfKn. The General Kentucky Hap. list Association met at Malison-villlast week. Another I rUitK Saturday and and hog u lien another cold spell killing season. Welcome Words A Father's Vengeance would have full en on any one who attacked the son of Peter Noiidy, of South Uoekwood, .Midi., but lie hOUAlY BltEVITIKS. Was powerless before attacks of kid THURSDAY, ... Nov. Si, 101 1. iiey trouble. "Doctors eould help him." lie wrote, "so nt last we Hunters nru timotiir t lie game guvo Miini Electric Hitters and lie in great numbers which is said to Improved wonderfully from taking Ik! nhuiiduiii and line. six bottles. lis the heit kidney UAi IIO.MH-MAD- The recent vote in the State election will he counted nt Fiunkfnrl next Tuesday. A bonded warehouse containing 12,000 harrelea of whisky was destroyed by fire nt Owens-bor- Friday. Mrs. J. D. Williams was called few days ago to Covington to see Iter daughter who was fa ken very ill. n Monday was Mt. Sterling court and a number of I'owell county there buying and farmers selling live stock. wi-r- e Two saloons were burned in Middlesboro Monday night, in Saved rtany From Death. which two men were burned W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark,, be and property burned to the lieves he has saved many liven in umount of $25,000. bis 25 ) ears of experience in the Hogs are dying in some parts drug ousinens. "What I always of the county with cholera or like to do," he writes, "is to recomsome other fatal disease. Many mend Dr King's New Discovery for meat, hogs have been killed be- weak, sore lungs, hurd colds, hoarsefore they nre well fattened in ness, obrtinatu coughs, In grippe, order to save them from the die eroup, asthma or other bronchial, ease. affection, for I feel sure that a num The Rev. J. C. Hanley, Presi-den- t ber of my neighbors are ulive and of tho Stunton College, will well today because they took my deliver an address at the Presby- advice to use it I honestly believe terian church in Stanton, Sun- its the best throat and lung medi day, November 20, at 2:80 p. m. cine that'n made."- - Easy to prove All men are in he's right Get a trial bottle free, for men only. vited to be present. or regular 50e or 1 bottle. Gaur- unteed at Swaim Day Lumber Co.'s ::Tlie report comes from Frankstore. elect must Balked at Cold Steel. wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot off." snid-H- . J). Ely, Bantam, Ohio, "although a horrible ulcer hud been the pblgtie of my life fur s four yeais. Instead I used nt Arnica Salve, and my foot was Heals soon completely enred." burns, boils, sores, braises, eczeinn, pimples, corns;'1 Surest pile cure. Joe nt Swann-liaLumber Co.'s medicine J ever saw." It lekaehe, store. tired feeling, Nervouni h. h?p of We'll Show You. appetite, warn of kidney trouble end in dropsy, diabetes or that may If you have any doubt the Rright's disease. Beware: Take goods you ought to buy, we want Electric Hitters and be Bafe. Every to phow yoa. If you have any bottle guaranteed.. 50c ntSwnnn-Da- dnubt about the place to go, we'd like to lell you eeveral things about Lumber Co.'s store. our liue. Full quality, great vaHabit is a hard thing to over- riety, low cost. All wo say is come, but it can be done with backed by what wo do. Williams' Two Stores, practice and persistence. Instead Clny City, Ky. of telling strangers what u poor town and ornery ncigbors yon have, trydilsling for a time on the many fine points and then notice how soon this will be a swell old world to live in. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Begin today "I Biick-hai'- y your own home. His " Favorite Prescription" has cured hundreds of thousands, tome of them the worst of cases. It Is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated physician. The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examinag tion. No alcohol and no drugs nre found in it. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don't trifle with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y., take tho advice received and be well. habit-formin- Women nho iuffer with ditorderi peculitr to their tex ihould write to Dr. fierce and receive free the odvice of phytieian of over 40 years' experience a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases of women. Every letter of this sort has the most careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly confidential. Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from telling to their local physician. The local physician is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything without "an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations are ifcncrnllv nenl. less, and that no woman, except in rare cases, should submit to them. Dr. Pierce's treatment Trill cure you right in iho privacy of to Women Buy 3 of-bot- Fruit and Shade Trees! Roses, Phlox, etc. Everything For Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and ORCHARD, LAWN and QARDIiN. YOU. OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST No Agents. Free Catalog. Cultivators FROM- H. F. f1illenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. CAPITAL STOCK. 8100,000 i SURPLUS AND UN-n DIVIDED PROFITS, 100,000 J $ 'A Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, $ J Winchester Bank, i i J THE Winchester, - Ky. Of WlNOMSTKH, KY. j J N.IIOU.Y V:.IC5HMPOON, PlKB. W. R. Sl'IIAH, OA8UIKII. , fort that Legislators file their certificates of election with the Secretarv of State as the law requires or they may have some trouble in getting their seats when the Legislature convenes in January. imiii irniniirdMiiiinniiriiiriirf If yu wnnt to see your dollars magni- 4 your accounts solicited The inauguration of Governor elect James 13. McCreary will take place in front of the new capitol December 12th. Lieutenant-Governor McDermott will alsworn into office at this so be time. The other newly elected officers will not go into office until Jan. 1st, 1912. Starts Much Trouble. ili&zi'u&im'i, fttt - .vara sts w fy und increase it us you spend 5-them, why, spend the m here. We'll iv you the most for Watchmaker them; we are sure of this you V Jeweler. need only try it once und you'll be sure, too. Williams' Cush Grocery, (May Citv. Ky. ,- r - j3 Fall and Winter U.P.riAUPPIN,I Goods. HARDWICK AND Hetoro X - If all people knew that neglect of constipation would result in severe indigestion, yellow jaundice or virulent liver trouble they would soon take Dr. Kuiy'sNew Life l'Uls, and aid it. It is the only safe way. Hest for bilioiiHiii sf.heuduohe, dyfl-p- i psia, chills mid debility. 25o at Swaim-UaLumber L'o.'s store. y All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Keasonsme icrms, o i urm--HON GUARANTEED. Une of CO. tnukiug on anything r Our Full and Winter Goods arc now in. your purchase, you miy need. you goods Jewelry Call 4 CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. KENTUCKY. cull und see them and get our prices and see me in the Red Wo cdaiui that we will save you money by selling that will give you more service fur the money than t elsewhere. If you do not already know it, give us a chance to if we cun do this it's to your interest to know it. We can't mention everything here that we hnnille, us we tiy prove this claim, for -inc. nuvmcK artsuiju Charlie Barnes, whose ankle V SAVES MILES OF STEPS was broken in a very serious FOR TIRED FEET manner snmo weeks ago had to be taken oil' below the knee this J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., week. Tho operation was per- is Agent for Powell County for the formed by Drs. Williams and rnoit complete cabinet Martin and ho patient is now ever oiferd the public. Evury effort posdoing nicely. Full Stock In Store. sible was intuit by the attending physicians to save his foot, but it I m i at all times to keep as near as possible every thing tho people wunt. Hut wo will call your 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 ptuin, staple We tell vou how. and oav best market prices. We are dealers: established in IBM; and can do B8TTBK for you man ageuis or commission mer- c. chants. References auy bank in Write for weclcly price list. M. SABEL & SONS aim 433 E. styles und feel sure can suit every one, und know we can save you money. Mon's and Hoya1 Huts we have them in the new things in both rough und emooth efTects and also in the plain staple styles. "Wulk-Over- " Hl-M-- In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. Nirtit U. lOUIJTlUE, IT. Shoes for men, "Queen Quality" and "Uoaton could not be done. Work on Favorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leuthers and luits in IJrlJe Delayed. Lexington, Ky. The buildeis of the bridgo river to Old Clay City BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND. i.ro having trouble with their TYPEWRITING. on this side with the canwater running into it. They This school tins turned out hunnot keep tho water pumped out dreds of men and women who of their coffer dam as fast as it nrosucceescq. It will make runs in. A power pump is neca success of you. essary to do this; The work will therefore liuvo to be delayed unWiite for Catalogue. til this pump arrives. fa MillikanBusiness School Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prosttatloa and female weaknesses they are, ithe supreme remedy, as thousands havo testified. both button and lace. We also defy competition in our lines of heavier shoes 'for both sexes in all sizes try them aud compare them with those sold elsewhere. See our lines of rain coats, hunt ing and work coats, oofduroy and other servtcable punis,eups,truiikp, milt cases, ladies' nnd gents' furnishing goods. In fact, see u for every thing, as it will pay you, for wo want your trade, and to get it we must make it to your interest this we will do. it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's, counter. FOR KIDNEY J.1VER AN O STOMACH TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. $)' fruit, crawl Iriloilhe: ground, where Shingles for Sale. they spin a cocoon- - and pupate In Black oak nnd pine at 82.50 and this stage of thedlfo cycle the Insect can bo killed by Intensive cultivation 82.25 per thousand at mill. Very Serious of the orchard. Davis is Burgher, "Whero labor h cheap tho Jarring Is a very serious matter to ask It Vaughn's Mill, Ky. method of control Is , advantageously tor one medicine and hava the practiced," continued Prof. Sanders. wrong one given you. For thta "This system Involves the use of a reason wo urge you In buying to canvas, held about waist high under be careful to get the ccnulnc Spinach Is one of the best things to tho tree, while the, tree la Jarred with a padded pole, the qurcullos falling off THE jrow. upon the canvas .where they can be LACK-SRAUG- HT Fifteen to 20 cars of corn will plant s sorted out and "destroyed. Any in acre. which are snared by this method Liver Medicine Don't uso barb wlro If you can should be liberated, as they aro beneobtained tn til countries OR NO ril. ivold It. CayeaU and Copyrights IrromiiiT ficial parasites, which destroy InjuriThercDutaHonofthis old. rethr- (.end Sketch. Model or 1'Tioto. 7or Productive soli must contain a large FREE REPORT on patentability, ous fruit InBects," ble medicine, for constipation, Inratent practunount of vegetable matter. ice exdaslrelr. BANK REFERENCES. digestion and liver trouble, is firmSend 1 cents In sumrs for Inralnahls book There Is no better fertilizer for TAIN and SELL PATENTS, ly established. It does not imitate) ?5kH?W TO ones will pay. Ilow to Ket a partner, SELECTING GOOD SEED CORN ,rass than farmyard manure. other medicines. Itia better than patent law and oUier raloable Information. Potatoes make a fairly good crop others, or It wocU not bo the favorite liver powder, with a larger A'lth which to follow millet. Little Practice Will' Enable One to saio man an ctners combined. Corn Is the most relished by poultr There is no more convenient place Become Quick and Reliable Judge PATENT LAWYERS. SOLD IN TOWN o haul the tnanuro than to tho grass of all grains. F2 03 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. m Points to Study. and To make money Is the chief object Small patches of quack grass should With a little practice one can beof breeding pedigree hegs. to dug out with tli r Its and the roots come a quick and reliable Judge of an turned ear of corn suitable for seed Hut It Putting a small gasoline engine on vlll be nece. sary to dtudy such points Systematic work Is required to rid a poultry house of mites of lice. he grain or corn binder Ms a new is trueness to type, shape of ears, color vrlnkle to save hoiie flesh. of kernels, tips and' butts of ears, uniThe feed and feeding Is the first Im Those who have not already saved on:; I ty of kernels shape of kernels, I crtant point in successful dairying. heir seea corn, however, must do so fjiace between kernels and tho per rem the product as It is husked cent or grain to Jhe cob. Briefly It "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes One of tho most successful pigeon Seed corn' must be selected early- - should be stated that the rows of kerMrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they proia!scrs feeds his birds nothing' bui noi.gn so that It may have plenly of nels should be straight, running from .. holo corn. Im" to dry before cold weather butt to tip; the kernels wedge-shapenounced my case a ''very stubborn one, of womanly weakInto two thus Insuring a large per cent, of the Cover crops arc divided ness. I was not able to sit up, when. I commenced to Never feed soured or tainted food oi classes, based upon whether or not corn on the cob. Tho furrows, or any kind to the chicks, or to the ok' take Cardui. ley add any considerate amount or he space between 'the kernels, should fowls, either. cod I used it about one week, before I saw much change. be nnrrow; the grains deep, the cob Cover crops, when plowed under. Ira comparatively, small. The color of the Now, the severe pain, that had been in my aide for years, It takes a good manager to maki 'irove the physical condition of the kernels should be uniform, having no it profit of $2 per head each year fron has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than oil. making it porous and or better indication of a mixed variety. All ears a single pair of breeders. tilth. in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." that show immaturity or rotted kerFarmers operating on a large scale nels should be eliminated, and espeThe Ehecp Industry cannot rcah jften keep in telegraphic or telephon-.- cial C3re should "bo Taken to select perfection until every mongrel dog in connection witti the market to ears with large gornis. Tho fact should i he land Is exterminated. which their products are consigned. he borne In mind that a large yield Millet is rather hard on the fer requires ears that ore. well filled and-nThere Is one rule always to bo re- tlllty of the land, but an ordinarily few nubbins and barren stalks as membered: Never mate birds that rich corn belt soil should yield two possible. It costs as much to produce good crops of millet In snccesslon. are hatched in the same nest. if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any nubbins as It does-gooears, and orA piece of rubber hose about a wire dinarily 20 bushels- to the acre will of the tro'ibles so common to women. splendid safe- cost aa It Is best not to put sawdust In the pall handle offers a mu'cb work'and other expense Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed poi-ltrhouse, as It gathers too much guard ng.ilr.st cutting the hand when as 40, benco the eeppomy of increascarrying cement and other heavy ing moisture and causes dampness. of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the the yield. HOTES rii5M)0WBR00K FARM I lady-bug- B. 5 , SWIFT & CO. Stubborn Case c TAKE s The Woman'sTonk stuff. fact that the dogs destroy moie sheep In some certuln states than all the diseases combined. It Is a Keep sows nnd pigs away from fat telling hogs, and give them feeds that produce flesh and bone rather than fat The manner In which the corn Is In tl.t lirst election in the new stored is not so Important so long as some method Is used which will state of New Mexico the" DemoIt had permit a free circulation of air all crats elected n Governor. been suppnged-tlMt'th- e state una about the ears Republican. METHOD OF COLORING. WOOD Substantial Changs In Color sues Effected by Injection Matter .Into Troes. of Tisof .. womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Carduf has been in successful use for more than 750 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. ,. - for Vritt (or tadfei'. Advisory rpt.OifinoaMe(UelneCo.(ChittiiooM,Teaa.v &idat Itattttctfent: sad Mrpige book; V Home Treataeat forwomtn," snffree.- - J Si.- - Tbororgl ly clean and whitewash the Inside of the hen house1 and It will be lighter and cleaner during the en tire winter fabbago is one of the very best vegetables to feed to poultry, as it K'eps green a long tlmo and tho chickens enjoy picking at it. An egg, to belong to the strictlj trc?h egg class, should not bo over three days old In summer weather .Hid a week old during winter Staining wood after It has been sawed, planed and converted Into woodwork or furnituro Is a most or- nittkinn your purchases ut illmins 1 wo Stores. dinary procedure, but the staining of the wood while the tree tt composes FOR SALE A Ik alive nnd growing Is a departure from old methods. The Illustration shows a device by which coloring A would he a Ui(xt aVstralile change, but niti'-- that pectus to be out of ths (juentioit junfinoiv, the best thing to do is to tfav'e tax money by East-Boutii- SLURRY l. OF L. & E. Elfective May 18, I i) TirlE TjfSLE. 1 1 . Went-Houn- No. J, No. 4, No. 1, Splendid Farm. furin f 2 10 u tip;?, 'vt-l- Daily. I'. M. Pally. A. XI. Ouily No. :), Daily. P. 31. ' T.fxinglon, A"inchc-.ter- , A. 31. If a man allows his chickens to roam timid the mud and slush of the yards In the fall, ho Is preparing the way scire tick fowls this winter ' I y He who makes a success In tho lr!:en business from the start will the man who does things, not br a for a favorablo opporunit iniirov- fiom CJity City on pub lio mail, I'oiHTtiient to rhurclif., Iiool mikI iiostolliet:. (ioorf luel linn of 8 inoiin ;ul ior(;lic8. Niei- mini! nrcliiii'il Hntl.rxcellfiit uriritn' in tliu mil. Gootfli.irn uml other l d, o'A milfH 2:17 i'.'-i- l::r 7:'2(t 8:0:1 a Mil 3:(W :):I5 3 ill 8:18 8:32 8:50 0:00 !):"o '.1:12 L. & E, Indian Fields, L'LaY CITY, Stnnton, Rnyslyji. Junction, " 8:50 8:05 .7:51 7 :!l'7 4:S0 4:1)7 5:5 ',7:19 7:05 7:io 4:22 4:05 3:5G m Coloring t rid of the cockerels as rapidly they cot large enough and thus cut T t'.c feed hill and protect the othen the Hoik from there scrappy younp f'rt Growing Wood, i 'ia. If gund dean, sound grain In nlnu i'm ee tint! a arlfty with pure water r"it oyiier lscll and meat In sonn t tin v ill not produce epgs, nothing lcc will matter Is injected Into the tissues of the tree in such manner that tt will be distributed by the natural circulation of the sap, thus effecting a substantial change In the color ot the tisanes with which It comes In contact Distance for Apples, Apl le trees do best at a distance of ttvn rods each way. unless It Is a vn ilcty that tends to grow upward tath er than outward. Such trees ut.'.y br ct 25 feet apart. "OR KILLING PLUiYi CJr.CUL!.' Jarring Method Can Be Advantageously Practlred All Lndybugs Stould tic LILer.-ted. (Inly an expert I able to tHI b c tntell Just whin the cream Is rtglr li then has n clean churning our iio.le and fikvIIs like nuts fiussl the woods ' t ImpUT" t'e t ; tie well as d ,ti'pno t danger to any flock . Separate t!o ki 111 bimcl.es of 2.1 or ".0 and all'. U6 U:27 Tcimnt 0:43 on j.Ihcp. About till ill lillie 3:r)2 H:32 G:40 ' jno-s- . Suiim tilluliltf land and tim- - 4:01 f!;2o !J:U 3:ia licr on the rl;ie(. nftd-ii(5:03 under i'.iir 4:25 .10:04 2:51 ft ni H (). & K. Junction, 'I'linc urls" in all S never 5:l!l .10:57 1:57 5:10 ' ll:i)5 '.Jitrkpon, filling 8rinu in 'different naitn of 5:25 5:05 1:50 i lie plaei! 11:25 This ,u tood place () quicksand, 1:25 tiinkc inoiiex wheitt pronerlv linn CONNECTIONS. da d. Out; hundred acres of I In Train No. 1 will ninke conneptioii ai 7.(.injton with ((! t'lliiieci land will KU'W 'i'l ii LKXINOTON: the L. &. . . for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will nmke conntction land i. tlivifion audi with th L. & N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. w ill make twit R.i,od.fann", Th -' i liarptin for totne oi c Conie. (.'AMI' POX JUNCTION: Trains New. 1, 2, 3 und 4, will make con- iiick hk th!-- ' nlactt iniist licold at: nectioii witl, .Moui tahi Central Hallway to and from Campton. nee. Lai! At lines jlice. UKATTY VILLE JUNCTION: T rains No. I, 2 and 3 will make coil- nectioii with the L. & A. Railway for Beatty ville. . Go RlghUAhead. O. iv K. .'UNCI JON: Trni"F Nof. 2, 3 and 4 will naVe ctiin.ic. Our wall pnperHiile is one df lite tion wilh Ohio Kei tml j Builwi.y for Cui ne ( iij, Ky. ur.rt ti We are event of ll.eenHfn. O. it K. etntioiis, Iiov.Iiij the lie,jutifni thlnu-- t which CIIAS. ti. llllle ((.siirv outliuililintri'. ll :i:2S 3:17 Filson, ('ninpton .Innctlnn, Natural Bridge, Tnrrcnt, Beany ville Jot, C:ol) 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 i- thl I and they wi: ed them ke much better galua rMv.uyR mule i ho n ovub'e eo that teinih arljer in the yyjr iiimtiiitided duher ptiee tuid noir oiiTy cost! t SCOTT, Geti'l Pan-enpe- r Agent. n ion! bnies enill t tley may bt fre 'ently lakrn out of tho hoiife and (Yaned dl 'Infected and treatiil foi t'.o dustri'qtloii of vermin T'-ii U nt ro It dairy farmer who do's len-'o- vol b'dJn wlili-i-! tiftiplly lets foim1 :itlft rtor in I Sin thft. ov - n but- - iw ', ''cttliwntul I'm H'liio a lie cannot hn-- n el'trct on milk - iia.liy ' I i tf Vv . Uh kMM'S it'Qil b nlfl- to f.'twril 11 ll -iyi btf I ljiol my-- lireeA ' .'I ' "r V !(- r(iM" Uo,i'iu. '.Ufsu on und IrJI' f ' pro. - tvte!l. oi (b i '.u.'.otiile etiiuiuoiogy dtfp:.riu,er.t ;r Col.iUf cf Agtlcuiture oi the I'm r t oi Wisconsin "Imtiiedlnieij btg.nfc to iced on il:e young foilaK and liuli buds and should Ut treatu .tU h a.ruwi bpray of li'ad arsenate k this ib the only fctngo at which ai irctuleal poison is effective lu control up .lie "The curcullo Is distinguished frotr the plum gouger In that It never the fruit utoue. The lemali eitrcullo deposits bur eg?i In erescuii' shaped cuts, ubleh she makes ou Hi in face of the fruit. Seven to ten day later, the larvae emerge und about, tu? weelm after thU they leave the '. - "The plum curuiliu winters I ttiKif, cruel glr.n In the in ns toe trim hurt? iicstn to ay 1'iot J U S .tutors, hoad ilu lp th split, The reit'invisithe Fall Stock. fitiJSiej;Jt The hy mII Ii-- ih Wi M liki? to etn,iiinre.paier In K ' 'trow Jr.. "T 'til! d J. haii niivl.tiiiie iIiIm ui-nW. VMinaii.K(;iavCiiv, I Not Simply Klnnlug NOW la (ba lima et acic miir.j f4!:H, pood land ill Jjf""' jiytljlJtMlmce , eiil'li 1 oilier ei"jLmile. lni' .'iy City. ; yj.tliveljiin.', Inirn d in In roniliiilMinM'niiiiri I. d Jn t will until (I e ,d.lviiir-iji;in tl e nrd n p'nce it ',yft,-lle'- i pen-tiate- s 'eiiu lriiitr, i , 1 si l.u ile ahUiQRilljjijit-V- . tin- - i.llK'i'. lt lcjnh.and i- --. I'l.-- !' nf mrwtiim vnti'arA be. IntliaMABATI!OKouL--- all this. tf'tbo cur you iut Dut don't ncceDt I'ot wmenwr. wdii you uu. mil tue aLw- - w cuu coavinco jou e. lu irum. Into limit of duJUr tor dollar rturu U . a calnri blcli describes. In f, reached in car wiling- under 4000. When wsalih o .vcha.ucalj eivullmte. jrpu returns ro not lu pro-oud deDendal,lL uiiutjr itstcuaracltf- PortloutoyourTnTiMtineut. MABATUOH, Wbeu you buy, buy not almply a car- ,- Ua 0111 car service, jiut correct de.lgn, aocur And It's yours for tbo liking. ate couatruction and good materials, lluy www. hwwi muo. Won't you ask foi1 Ut AtAKATHON tnodels Include Torpedo Touring Car, Foro Door Tourlaa lurinerci-lxtcuicut. a Car but Car Ssrvicc $i3' 1 Ajtiiit 1 Standard Yourlay Car and Uoudatcr. and Torpedo noaaaicr. rricca irom iuu to I,7UU. HT...,l..,m fiflTTTIYITDrU MilTUD Csur. rtmrc nri..