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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 30, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911113001_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 30, 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. THE CLAYICITY TIMES. 81.00 n Year in Ailvanc. W't arc here 10 help Clay City, the SorronnJing Conntry ani Ourselves. .1. R. Ilurnlier. 1'uMishcr. VOL A sj)ec'ia XNT. CLAY OITY, ICY.JTHUllSDAY A NOVEMBEK :. 1911. XO. '18 "Seattle without water and light owing to Hood," is a headline in n recent daily paper. W may undetstand how a llood wilt put out a light, but wo can't see how it will prod net a water Tuken to the City I from Lexington of November 28 says: About twenty little mniintiiiii children from the Highland Orphan Home at (May City had the time of their lives today when they wore, brought here on a special car to get a glimpse of the only city they had ever seen and revel in a sight the Ohistmas things. The trip was given free of charge by the L. & E. llailroad and Mrs. John P. Dunlap, principal of the school, was at the head of the party. The children ranged from 0 to 12 years old, of Com-pan- y, and most of them had never been out of the mountains before or ridden on a railroad train. Their glowing faces and quaint attracted much attention wherever they went. They were given dinner at the Phoenix Ilo-te- l ques-tioiis , K. and presented with a large number of toys and other gifts by benevolent, persons. Besides Mrs. .Dunlap, the cnildren were accompanied by Mesdames Irvin and McGuire, and their teachers, the Misses McLean, Kennedy and Mas-sie- by Mr. and Mrs. W. and Stamps. A. J. O'Berry was hanged in Camden countv, Georgia, for the murder of a negro woman and her daughter. This is said to be the first instance in that State where a white man has paid, the death penalty for killing unegro. . -- According to the monthly court report no less than 80,000 cattle are sold in Mt. Sterling each year. The Mt; Sterling cattle market is second only to the Louisville market of all others in the State. Governor Will son after his term of office expires will return to Louisville where he will resume the practice of law. life sentencejin the penitentiary He wit tried and convicted for killing Louis Nappgriat a school trustee election in Breathitt countv more art tlian a year ago. 1 lie case was trasterreu some mouths ago to The sales at the Lexington this court fro Breathitt count. X loose leaf tobacco warehouse last At MadisrMvllle. Kv.. Mr. and week aggregated 270,010 pounds which brought $21,180 98, an av Mrs. Lausoirane are re married after havinfcjtoeen separated for crage of 7 cents per pound. forty years. jMrs, Lane mourned Judge E. C. O'Koar and Gov her huBhandJ&jlrowned in the ernor Willson are each added to Ohio riveriawa (luring this time theJiBt of possibilities for the was niapjiewa'rtQtJiewnauwhi almost impassible. -- bands "Pjsted. plaicdingIuBticeJohn-Mv- ' recently died. They have three 'Fit for the Fray" grown up sons, and it was al tlu All pernons are herein notified Is what is said of onr ready-madflliss (irace olumlessel who is home of their oldest son that hit no hunting will lie allowed on clothes for children. They stand lands belonging to the un- - the wear and tear of child-lifattending college at Lexington, they were married Sunday. ni.d hr lgncd. came home to spend Thanksgiv Unlike the Children We had one to work our trust ing. Mrs. Emma Mountz, lemselves, do not tun away when for 50 cents not long since. We J. E. Burgher washed. A look through will conBorn, Thursday, November 23 drove to a neighboring city and Additional names added to this vince you. Mrs. J. V. William-- , to Judge and Mrs. Luther Loving paid 50 cents for, horse feed at list for 25 cents cash Clay City, Ky daughter. noon. It clearly developed that the horse got no feed at all or Five divorce suits tiled in one water either. We don't care so day is the record of the Louisville much for being beaten out of the Circuit Court .Monday. 50 cents, but pity the one that will starve a dumb brute for dis& honest gain. The Rev.' W. P. Fryman, of West Liberty, is in the city vis iting his brother, Pastor Louis Fryman, and attending the meet ings at the Methodist church. State Falrt Wants More Aloney. Where Kentucky Ranks High. little more than one. tenth ofi' The meituiers of the Kentucky l t it mo fcjrtcollected in in- StateFoir Jfrard will ask the Leg- tern il revenues in the United Mature fori an appropriation of States duringthe fiscal vear which 225,000 tojbe used in paying ol closed July 1, 1011, was paid in a debt ofp;)0,000, providing a .1 1! ...I. by Kentucky. Only two States ounuing. Illinois and New York, exceedei at a cost.of$7r,000 ; an addition the H,205,178.fl8 levied and paid to the grandstand, at a cost of in Kentucky toward the upkeep $75,000; a hjio arts uud woman's of the Government. These facts building, at a cost of sf 15,000; : and many others of interest to poultry building at a cost of f30, Kentucky were made public in 000; an administration buildim the annual report of Commission- - at .1 rnst, rtfiStin 000 nil nrlilifinn providing an outIt. K. Cabell, of the Interna! al tract of let, to ti e Cpiio, $18,000, and llevenue Bureau. for dranfage, sewerage, etc. It is reported that a number of Since theWahlishment of the Eastern millionaires have formed State Fair $207,000 has been ex a syndicate which will buy sev pended on ltk' maintenance. Of eral great farms near Lexington this amnunt$$40,000 was appro and will transform, them into printed uyjjje State. trotting farms, making Lexing aive'ijLlfe Sentence. ton the trotting horse center of Judge Wjkin8 was given r the United States t.,o'jo,hi - get a work day oil', if such were not the case we would most be with the Mountain Press boys at Hazel Green December 8th We greatly regret i..iJ. I $7,-00- 0 at Stanton yesterday. famine. been set aside by the Government to Mill. be applied during 11)1.1 for the L. C. Lyle and wife am visi-inconstruction and completion of friends and relatives Lock No. 11 on Kentucky river. this week. This is the last lock provided for Mr. Geo. W. Bush has alino. in the present project and will completed his store house and give slack water to Beattyville. will be ready to move in a few In Kentucky there are 172 days. State banks, about half of them Mr. Chas. Bush, visited his sis. having a capital and surplus of ter, Mrs. Mary McKinney, near $20,000. Only about Winchester from Saturday until of these banks have a capital of Monday. fifty thousand dollars or more. There is some talk of changing Kentucky leads the Union in tne route of the mail carrier on the quantity of distilled spirits Hard wick's Creek which, if done, with 40,l:W,570irallons toiler cred will slightly shorten his distance it, followed bylllinois withl0.l(7.- - and afford a better road. 742rallons and Indiana with 28, Sunday, December .'5. will bo 588.022 gallons. regular appointment of Bro. Low-er- y FOUND Small money safe from Winchester nt theClnis-tiawith some change in it. eliurch. The Sunday school Apply at ibis office. will be held in the morning sit 10 o'clock. Dr. Irvin reports the birth of a Judge J. II Han! wick was on n to Mr and Mrs. Win. White the creek investigation some of Nov. 29rh. the bad places on the road. It is Horn to Mr. and Mrs E. Stok- - Imped that immediate action will le.v, Monday. November 27th. a be taken to fix one or two of tho laughter. worst places which will soon bo The sum of $108,000 has-- that we cannot be with them. Vaughn's g one-fourt- h n e e 1 WALDRON JOHNSON, S New Fall Millinery Jusl received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. The turkey crop in Kentucky this year surpasses all recent years, according to reports. The dry weather nt hatching time was fine for the young turkeys. In addition there was the late, warm fall, allowing the young sters to mature, which will bring the averago weight of young birds higher than for many years. m m ffi M Kg? Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and p g & are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us thev are dh g pS SHOES AT FIRST COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to first coil in order to get room for new goods . . coming in. i.i. in this sale i will-als- .iiii.itit.f o be included a lot ot Farm boys who arc not over run with work should set a lot of traps over tho country and mar ket some fur skins. The market is always roady for furs at a gopd price. This requir.es no cap ital and hut little time and will landsomely repay tho bovs for their trouble. The coal man is all smiles now, will 6onu bo time for the ba rons to make some kind of a rul ing wiui tnoir miners so as to niako fhem go on a strike bo the mine owners will have an excuse ' to nut coal up and sell the sur- plus they have miued at a much greater prico than they can afford to take. The lazy man considers all toil slavery. ! Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you arc not HATS and CAPS. Here's your money. opportunity First come, to first our ninny pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place n already one of look through and let us prico you some of our goods.Thcy willopenyoureyeeto an opportunity. save some served. J Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by uieseenger or otherwise and if you live In Clay City or near SHIMFESSEL'S. X our store we will "deliver the goods'1 Our vuriegatod business con nections urc such that we never Gov. Wilson, of New Jersey, may bo n good Governor and might make a good Democratic President, but it will be hard to rUOLISIIKl) KVKUV TIIUKSDAT. make some Kentuckians believe that way. Since they have had .Subscription rates 81 a year or three such ah experience with our Gov. years in advance 92, Willson they will imagine all ) 15. Uurghcr, Publisher. Gov. Wilsons are somewhat alike. Thev nre not, however, the KenEntered us second-clas- s mall matter. tucky product puts two "I's" in - Nov. 1911 his name, while the Gov. Wilson Thursday, of New Jersey makes use of but one "1". CLUIJ RATES. For the, convenience of our sub It is enough to make one tired scribers, we have arranged club rates to listen to the continued talk by with the following papers at prices those who have never done any. below mentioned : thins; to make Kentucky what she The Timks and Kentucky is and Courier-Journ1.00 is, ns to what what Kentucky ueedR to place her Enquirer Cincinnati 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 in the front rank of Stutes. Ken" Home and Farm 75 ; in the is - 1.00 tuckylias already been front rank " li land Farmer always there, and she " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 the knocker who don't like Kentucky should move out". Carlisle The Western Newspaper Un Mercury. ion which supplies local papers Any day it is no trouble to find with plate matter and ready fellows willing to edit your paprint sheets, has cut the price o the former in two in un apparent per for you, but the latest is a effort to run its competitor, the proposition from the interests to print your paper American Press Association, out both edit and A for nothing. Generous fellows, if business. We believe pub hut we will continue to do the Ushers are helping to decapiato job a few weeks yet so we can themselves by lending aid to the scheme. The price no doubt, is dun our delinquent subscribers not now too high, but the cut as often as we pleuse. was not made lor the benefit, of We would far rather have the the publishers we ar sure. Our nmiinition that will be shot away warning to country publishers is today T anksgiving than to hewure. game will be have all THE TIMES SPOUT SPRING. Eld. and Mrs. John I. Wills, of Beatty ville, visited relatives here last week. Saturday and Suuday will be regular services at the Baptist church where Vo hope to see good crowds at each seryicc. T. S. McKinney .and" Franklin Alorgison have purchased of Geo S. Ware his 8tock;of goods nt this place and will begin invoicing December 1st. Stnto or Ohio, City of Toledo, I fg Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner nl the firm of F. .1. Cheney it Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum nf one hundred dollnrs for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot he be cured by HallV Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me nnd subscrib ed in my presence, this CJt.li day of December, A. D. 188H. A. W. (ilenson, (henl) N'nl.iry I'liblie. . Hull's Cutunh Cure in taken internally, and nets directly on tho blond and mucous Hiifneis of tho system. Send for testimonials free. F. f. Clreiiey it Co., Toledo, 6. Sold by all l)rti,';iei, 7c. --f- Take Hall's Family Pills const ipaiinu. al Surveyors for- he postal mi thorities were hore hist week locking over the star mail route which runs from 'Clay City to this place and Kiinbrell, and tnk nig the distances' between the places. There is talk of changing the route so it will also run by the woy of Vaughn'; , During the Week of Mill. The Rev. Irl R. Micks 191a Almanac Before the meat "drouth of 1901, the Hicks A)iminHor gave timely warning. For over two years prior til Kill th fli.lra A Im i. nni oif f. Iti 5 sounded a warnine of drouth dan ger. And go for forty years this eume friend of all the people has steadfastly refused the offers of October Oth we will have on display a grand line of I the that far from being a lie publican, but would far rather be a Republican than a Socialist but of either the old parties, the Socialists are out crowing them It seems natural for most people to enjoy getting hord of some oth er man's property and wealth We don't, caro how much wealt one accumulates, just so they do so honestly and fairly. It is the duty of the government to see that this is done. They have neglected this, hence the Social We ate killed. The nmiinition would command the cash which we could live on for a year or two while with the game we would not have meat to do longer than a few weeks. Our roads are growing worso every day and attention Is being to them. It will soon require more labor to" fix one mud hole so a wagon can go through it, than it. would now require to ditch a quarter of mile so no mud hole can be made by ordinary use "of the road. paid Some local papers are full al ready with announcements for county olhces. We think this time entirely too early for the announcement of such candidates as another election, nearly a year off is to bo gone through with. Better wait awhile yet. Lower Taxes I I speculators and continued 10 warn the public of the coming dangers of storm and weather- - As they should h;,ve tlone' tne PPP' have nobly Ptood by Prof eaor . Hicks, then faithful public servant, who has grown old in their1, Send only one dollar u W On la ml Works Publihhing ConipHri), 3401 Frank lin Axeiiue, Si Louis, Missouri, and get ln .Mngazinvaiid Almanac both (or one year ;The Almanac alone, a fine bookof 150 pages, is oiuy ooi' ny mull. . Eet every Body respoi.d and receive the warnings of our.National cjeer.fiir the coming year . Millinery, Cloaks, Coat Suits and Skirts. ... .... . r?mm"tams .- RS - ists' boom Governor Willson has turned down the second application of Henry Youtsey for pardon. He tfays the murder of Goebel was the most dastardly crime over committed in Kentucky, and that he believes that Youtsey fired the sliot that killed him. lie has no evidence that he killed linn, hut plenty that Jim Howard did. He pardoned Howard and would have pardoned Youtsey had he not told on the boys. Shame on the Gov ei nor. McCaHVijSag. and McCalPatte For Women Have More Friend .than- any other magazine or pattern!. WcC'all's is Hie reliable Fashion Guido monthly in one million one hundn.il thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCail Patterns, each issuo is brimful of - J. W. Williams USE sparkling short stnris and helpful information for women. by sub. scribing (or McCaU's Majazlne at once. Colts only So cent year, including any one of the celebrated McCall Patteriulree. McCaU PlHanu Lead all others In tyV, fi!, simplicity, economy and numlxr soM. More dealers sell McCall Patterns thin any oUter two makes combined. Nonehlghcr tlan your dealer, t by mail from Scents. Buy Sara Monty and Kms la ShtU would he a most desirable, change, but since that seems to he out of Im the question just now, the best McCALL'S MAGAZINE thing to do is to save tax money by W. 37lb. St, New York City In Germany the telegraphic making your purchases at Williams' Two Stores. rate is 112 cents for 12 words; in this country 2." cents for 10 words. Jn Germany at nightrf you can despatch a message of 210 words for 12 cents. It would cost more ml than ten times teat much in this to A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK Hjuutry. The dill'erencu is, the 236-24- 8 mm h -- MILLS ETLOUR PRACTICAL liXPCRIRNCE government in this country is run in the interest of the corpora, turns, v hile in the kingdom of Germany the people are given Mime consideration. too. The woodh will soon be full of Democratic c.tudidatefc for Congress in thi.s district, now that i.augley has committed political Miicido. J.uiiglcy is the only Ue. publican in the district that ever did allure the voters into voting with the Kepublicaiisaud it seems they huve grown-tireof being fooled by him; Wo will rejoice to see the old Tenth represented again by a uoilliy and capable $ 1$ m m to ii 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 is fcrt m COPVRIGHT can teach much about brtd mak-- i ntr, nnd one of the things it wil' impress upon the pupil ix that!0d bread can only be made from good flour, and the better the Hour the better the bread. For that reason experienced housekeepers prefer tho HOPE MILLS FLOUR, not only because it wl'l make bread that tastes good but bread that is really healthful and nutritious. "The Mfe'd bv J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. seeking your business. &8 5S1 m Clay City National Bank. Thi Myers Patint Mop Wringer 11 mm immmmmmMmmmmmmm fjUIW i.MU Democrat. uiec that he will ' from the Court of Appeal bench. Wlnf expected him to do O'Jlt'iir l' .h i re-t-i- Miaar nuca fU lAt rut 3 TdQiaaWal. WrtUIcr MMKiwisff Kkciatt this 4 HIDES This Mop Wringer is tho only machine ever invented tliat will wring and clou a mop thoroughly. It not 01 !yml:esmit the di.--t and haves tho mop cleanbut it wrins : sory that thera la hun'.'y nny moisjiiro left In tho nup. 'hi llor ia ticvee left B'rjaUo 1, niyouaro2Uvavsui..acl' a'iro;i. T' injcl.li! iij)lutoojiinttuairlrc(uiri itjvl man. worn tmrcliMd. It Is a I. " or favi r. nj ono person wiUUo tho worlc ui kyr at J h tur than lhre wlthriiyQtherdovlco known. Tho pall sen on tho p'atturui and is not attached to tho machine and csn, bo moVt d ut any time. Jt is always ready for uso and thcraaro no parts to r t out of order. A trial o( our nuichiiiowilkonvliico you that its work is perfect. Wo hve yettoflitdadlisatltM.cuatMer, ' Ij(rel M.eiaiiy-boUyctnusul- If your daaisr dow not handle LbJa Uop Wriugr,wrlU direct to tu. Ms ,Y thi? IWHW .WMIMCII JOHN WHITE AOOm IaHtsPBaJiI!llaJ JTfc 9t MMMiffSi M(MMwki at w rw j Till: TIMES. AN AU, IIO.ME-MAM- 2 I'AFKR. MXlAli THU WSDAY, Mrs. 1. BREVITIES. Nov. 23, 1011. Winches-ter- , N. lucUett,of is visiting her sister, .lolm V. llondrieks. Mis. Mrs. V. 0. Miz spent several dnys lust week with her sister, Mrs. J. (J. Fitch ut Lexington. It. L. Shimfessel lias purchased tho Frank Newell f rain across the mil road from this city for 1,1)00. Berry Burnett was tried and lined S0O for shooting Elder N. Mcintosh in the court house at Stanton at a former term of Circuit Court. The Government comparative report on tobacco shows that Kentucky produced 270,125,000 pounds in 11)11, against '81)1,024,-00in 1010. 0 The holiday season is fast apShci-ilT. C 11 ill has hem in Clark coiint his week summon- proaching, itoiow being but 25 ing a jury to try the Win. Howen, days until Christmas. Jr. case. Balked at Cold Steel. "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my A Father's Vengeance would have fallen on anv one who foot off." said H. D. Kly, llantani, attacked the son of Peter Dundy, Oliio, "although a horrible ulcer of South Rockuood, .Mich., hut la- hud been the "plague of my lift- for wns before attacks of kid four yeais. Instead I used Arnica $lve, and my foot was ney trouble. "Doctors could not Heals soon completely cured." help him." he wrote, "so at last we guve him F.lectric; Bitters and he burns, boils. .Bores, brnisep, eczema, Surest pile cure. improved wonderfully from taking pimples, corns. 25c Ht Swann-Day- . Lumber Co.'s six bottles. Its the best killing medicine I ever saw.". Uauknehc, store. We'H Show You. tired feeling, Nervousness, of appetite, warn of kidney trouble If you have any doubt the that may end in dropsy, diabetes or goods you ought to buy, we want Bright's dieaso. IJeware: Take to show .yot. IT you have any Electric Hitters and be safe. Every doubt about the place t' go, we'd bottle guaranteed. fiOc at Swiinn-Da- like to tell you several things about our lino. Full quality, great vaLuiub'-- Co.'s store. All we say is riety, low cost. Owing to the unfavorable backed by what we do. Williams Two Stores, weather the attendance at the Clay' City, Ky. public, schools nf the county is very small. It seems that little good is derived from the sixfti month of the s.:hool term as it is generally to bad that but very few pupils and tho teachers only-caShrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, I I Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Much licknesi starts with weak stomach, and consequent poor, impoverished Mood. Nervous and lack (food, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating ior, alter all, a man can be no stronger than his stomach. A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active, makes rich red btood and overcomes and drives out bacteria and cures c whole multitude of diseases. Cer Wo of your Stomach Vcahr.cna and pale-peopdisease-producing - Muc-k-leu- Liver Laziness by taking a course of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the Hreat Stomach Restorative, Liver Invliorator and Blood Cleanser. , -- & You can't afford to accept any medicine cf unknown substitute for "Golden Medical Disco which is a medicine op known composition, having o complete list of ingredients in plain English on its same being attested ns correct under oath. Dr. Pierce's Pletsant Pellets regulate and Invigorate Stomach, Liver and Bowels. composition as a bottle-wrapper, y r Buy t Fruit and Shade Trees! Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows, and n Roses, Phlox, etc. Saved flany From Death. Business failures in the United For W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark5,, be ORCHARD, LAWN and OARDEN. States for the week ended November 28 were 203, against 238 lieves he has saved many live in OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. for the week before, and 212 in his 25 years of experience' in the T always No Agents. Free Catalog. the corresponding week in 1910. drug outness. "What like to do," he writes, 'is to recom,A large number of Kentucky mend Dr King's New Discovery for H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, g boys, members of wpak, sore lungs, hard colds, hoarseLexington, Ky. clubs, who raised fifty or more ness, ob.'tinnte coughs, la grippe, bushels to the aero will be given croup, asthma or other bronchial U TZlfirOTTM MTMS M W 8S tJS VHSti diplomas signed by Governor aifection, fori feel sure that a numGAflTATj STOCK. SIOO.OOO "I Willson. ber of my neighbors are alive and m SURPLUS AND UN 3 well today because tboy took my DIVIDED PROFITS. 100.000 Several, of the Clay City boyo advice to use it. I honesty believe hive been attending the "Big its the best throat and lung medi Court" at Stanton this week, cine that's nnide." Easy to prove THE some as jurors, some as witnesses he's right Get a trial bottle free, and others as defendants ana or regular 50c qr 'tl bottle. Guar OF WlSroHJSTBR. KV. . litigants. . anteed at Swanti Day Lumber Co.'s N.HOM.V YVlTHEHHPOON, PHES. 2 . - - II? T T a' former store. corn-growin- attend. Cultivators FROM- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ' Winchester Bank, W. K. Winche&er, - Ky. . . Sheriff of this county is being tried this week at Stanton on the charge of embezzlement. The jury to ry the case has been summoned from Clark county. aBBBBllI Sphak, If yu want to see your dollars magnify and increase us you spend Oasuiek. . - 'A YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED Fall and Winter them, John McConnick has sold his why, spend them farm of 51 acres, advertised by us ""for sale in the Times, to It. W. line. We'll give you the most for Mr. them; we are sure nf this you Thomas, of Lee county. McCormick will now sell his per- need only try it once and you'll be J.P.flAUPPIN, Watchmaker Jeweler. sonal effects ton, Ohio. and move to Day- sure, too. Williams' Cash Grocery, Clay City, Ky. All Kinds ot Watch and Clock Goods. I 4. Among the states reporting the largest manufacture of both chewing and smoking tobacco, Kentucky with 44,880,781 pounds follows only three other states North Carolina., Missouri and Ohio, the first nauifd manufacturing 80,480,018 pounds. HARDWICK your puriliuefi, cull itnd see AND lieloie prices CO. making on anything Repairing, on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- Line of HON GUARANTEED. Our Pall mid Winter Goods urn now in. Jewelry Call CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. J J A tlim and fet our and see me in the Red River Hotel Building, KENTUCKY. you niiy need. We cl iiui that we will save you money by selling the money than you goods that will give you more porviue are more army recruits accepted at the Lexington station linn any other in the country. Tin's is concltwive of supe-- i ior health in the Bliiegriis state, There Situ, will have no one in his service that is not sound and in good health, ns fr elsewhere. it. Jf you do not already know wo it, give us u chance to we prove this cluiui, for if We can't mention con do this it's to your interest to know try everything hero that we handle, as Jlni'le THE HOOSIER SPECIAL SAVES MILES OF STEPS FOR TIRED FEET MONEY teitt WitdlMakw. and navbaat Market ' fa UM: and can do UTTU for you thaa axeoU or coaatastea mer-Briertncea an v bank la lavulc. Write for weekly price list at all times to krep us near as possible every thing tho people Hut we will call your attention to some lines that we .want. are especially anxious for you to get acquainted with. Men's nnd Boys' Clothing we havetheui in the new, ulgo in the plain, staple styles and feel'snre can suit every one, and know we can save you money. Men's and Hoys' Huts we have them in the new things in both rough and uiootli effects and ulso in the plain staple styles r, Shoes for men, "Quoen Quality" und "Itaston Favorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leathers and hints in both button und lace. We also defy competition in our lines of heav"Wulk-Over- " Today is the last day of Novem- J. B. BLACKBURN, STANTON, KY., ber. During the mouth much it Agent for Powell County (or the moil complete cabinet bad and wintry weather ha come ever offerd the public. upun us. We can't reniember s.i Lad a November in I'oruicryears. . Full Stock in Store. There has not been a day but what it would do to kill hogs. If too, warm at :he time a cold MillikanBusiness School spell has come in ample lime to Lexington, Ky. save meat.' BOOKKEEPING; SHORTHAND, eject of TYPEWRITING. cotiHtipiuitiu would result in severe viindigestion, yellow JauTidice or Tliis school lias turned out s rulent livur trouble they would soon of men and wohieu who lake Dr, Kinu'i) New L(f Pills, and are successes, Itwillinuko , ,end it. It is tlto only sufe way. a success of yoit. Best for hili'iumiiw,, headache, dys pt psia, chills and debility. 'i5uat Wiite for Catalogue. Starts Much Trouble. m tfflMI H. BABCL A SONS tNlMI . llWMUli SUIW Hi IT. rvsm, uwai. mwm If till people knew tli.it ' I liun-drod- 6u. In wc. kit FC ' . wHims everytbtn, voua proatiatioa ' ': tem t!i(. h ipicn they are, iesso 1 i sitters 9 for both sexes in all sizes try them and compare See our lines of rain coats, huntthem with those sold elsewhere. ing and work coats, corduroy and other srrvicable punts, cups, trunks, ier shoes suit cases, ladies' and geuts' furnishing goods. In fact, 6ee us for every thing, us it will pay you, for we want your trade, m tttM)aaada'hv$ ijsiitieJ. KIDNIYtLrVtl? AHQ j und to get It we must make it to your interest this we will do. BwanPuy.uwutir Cu.'jJj btore.. .' lit- f-- 3 WkWsVJtmsMmmWIsJsmMWSMWfMWa'Jfitt i jk, U baat Madiefee '"er sold ovc a 4rttggirt'a eutv .. Um" TROUBLE Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I .ueld,i is - NOTES MEADOWBROOK ?7? The Massachusetts experiment station says that lime Is an aid to good farming but cannot take the place of fertilizers, stable manure, thorough cultivation and proper crop rotation. A small flock of sheep In addition to furnishing excellent profit and keeping down weeds, furnishes the most practical meat supply for the farmer, especially during the summer. PLAN FOf Method ..RETCHING WIRE llHck oak '25 Shingles for Sate. and pine at 82.50 and FARM Shown In Illustration Will Enable One Man to Do as Much ork as Two. per thousand at will, Davis & Burgher, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. Very Serious It la at very serious matter to ask or one medicine and have the wronff one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to 'I be careful to Get the genuine BUck-KugH- T The following method of stretching wire over rough ground Is a good one. Oct some big nails and drive them Into the posts as Illustrated, on top Every colt should bo taught a fast walking gait This can be done by gently pushing him while walking but he should never be urged too long at a time before changing bis gait. If we feed and care for sheep we j liver mil excluHrelr. Stretching Wire. obtained In all constrict Oft MO FIK. Bkttch. Model or rhoto, for RtPORT on pitenubllltr. rtentpnot-Ic- e Medicine 8id are fattening as they should be cared for to make the most profit from this places drive them Into the post upmutton, we also supply the very best ward, and hook the wire under them. Make the of the dairy conditions to produce the best wool Then stretch the wire as tight as dein the combing class. count. sired. One man can stretch nearly as much wire this wny as two can withCorn will make hens fat but It will and progressive out the UEe of the nails. To the . nut make thtm lay cses dairyman and to the most advanced cattle feeders, the use of the silo and PROTECT AGAINST MICE The better bred the horse Is, the the feeding of ensilage Is recognized TO more generully useful he is. as being necessary to the greatest success la their respective lines of busi- Paper Cylinder as Shown In Illustration Will Prove Effective Should Kor fall feeding of dairy cattle sweet ness. Be Removed In Spring. com Is exceedingly valuable. Tho farmer ought to be able to proVarious methods are adopted to The eeparator needs to be set per duce eggs at a feed cost of about young trees from being cctly level on a solid foundation eight cents a dozen. To do this he protect by rabbits or mice. Wire keep the hens which will make marked must yard the best showing. Instead of a lot ot screens are expensive, but are also The feeu bill of the poultry fastened ran be cut In two If you know bow. mongrels of no breeding end without most effective. Wood veneer If It can around is a good protection laying capacity. Continued care In handling the dairy products Is the price of success The time of milk giving is largely Influenced by the period of gestation, The value of silage as the cheapest cows will be ready to usually and best succulent for cattle and hog? as up fromthe to four weeks dry six before 1.1 fully established. calving, no matter bow long she has - Regularity In feeding and milking been giving milk. will go a long ways towards making The scales and a Babcock tester, dairy work successful. when rightly used, will accurately determine whether any of your cows All milk utenBlls should be heav"grafters" Just as surely as a pair ily tinned and as free from seams as are of farm scales will show the exact It Is possible to get them. yield of corn. a iousy ncn is always a poor layer or knolls, slanting the nails downward. Lang the wire over them. In tbe low Senit 1 cents In turnpi for Innlntbla book MTIHT , ?SJ??W T0 .aT,M .1IMl Whirta pnea will par. How to a partner, patent law and other Talnable let Information. bank mrmiNCts. " 9. SWIFT St CO. PATKNT LAWYERS, 103 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. Tbe reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indirection and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not Imitato other medicine;!. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than ell otherj combined, SOLD IN TOWN F3 te Blood Was Wrong ,t All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad. effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies titive written to tell of the quick curalive medicine. results they obtained, from the use of this well-kno- Cardui Vrttt to; Udiet' Advisory Dept. lor Sptetatlnttraciiom, ChatUiMOc The WbmaasTonic Many of the Irregularities In the The old hen, the carelessly Inbred health of the farm stock can be hen, the mongrel without a well-bretraced to Injudicious feeding ancestry, keep the ot eggs this country down to seventy-fivWooden palls readily absorb milk average per year A little more care particles, making It almost impossible In feeding and breeding would double to keep them sweet and clean. this and double the revenue fron the poultry yard of ihle country The hatchlng-cgtrade and the raising of stick for breeders have assumed the dignity of specialties. d e Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak:, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried sevral doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. tad book. Mididna Co.. Caattaaoot. Ttaa, " Home Trttlaient lor Woaim," imt tree. gf It Is to the poultryman's Interest to keep his stock up to the best type, r.ealtby and vigorous all the time. cold rain, fall or spring rain, will check the milk tlow as much as a snow storm If the cows are exposed A It will be noticed that though the prices of other farm stock are falling off, the dairy cow still holds her own. In hot P Breed for fertility in your cows. Your heifers are your future cows. to A dairy cow is not constructed SUWRY BitBt-Bound. OF L. & E. TllE TflSLE. Effective Muy 28,1911. West-Boun- No. 2, Daily. P. Protection Against Mice. be readily procured. The Illustration shows n paper cylinder held tight by a It should be removed In spring. cord 1 No. 4, Daily. A. M. Station. No. 1, Daily A. M. No. 3, Daily. P. AI. H. :8S weather lice breed in pigeon exposure. houses by the million and extra cure stand Sugar beet pulp Is a very good feed must be taken to keep down the verlor milch cows. min. The dairy cow should essentially be a large and rich milker. flats in a pigeon house not only The first and greatest law of breedthe young but their presence Is "like begets like." irlghtcns the birds so that they will ing Comfortable shelter goes a long way i ot thrive. towards making dairying pay. Never offer a poor pound of butter If one bus a large flock of sheep reed It to the pigs. ijjucIi litre will be saved and better for sale; rather, The Guernseys have always been suits obtained by the use of the noted for possessing a strong body v achlne clippers. The best time to feed rutabagas to dairy cows is immediately after milk Khecp are extremely nervous and Ing. hen being fattened for market they The kicking cow Is probably the iubi be quiet and free from sudden most aggravating member of a . Inrni which will cause excitement herd S'udy and work to have your cows Pigeon hatched In March are do their best, then do your part with acd uady for breeding In July the milk. unit If the surroundings are coiw int.. When a cow has been dry. for sotm' vhl continue to breed every niontl the line be gentle with her when . liti taf tel. tresbens again. Tte greatest aid In th preventlor A young girl who rulsra about 1 0 of touring and care ot all dairy prod White Plymouth Hocks, ulv.ays tirliu--cerIs temperature. blid In the Hock flying to hot The itrcue cow is one that will net by a tlnGle particular cry h I'liso h calf every year and produce l utteis. 'rge quantity of inllh. Keeping the cows couitoi table in t It Is as Impossible to estimate the pclut !u the management o: ic'ect-'productiveness and value of a cow at be herd during the fa' mom In It Is to r,usa the extct number of Tbe milk pull should be the meli buthils of corn a certain Ueld will njnslderatluu, but not tbe sole one lb )lell. ucfilug the value of the dairy cow. Vbe strong cow can eat and dlger While cheep will eat gralu und un. 31 go qunnttea of food, and this Is e kind of grass and some kinds o! cntUI for tbe production of big m)U Vkceds, they are. ufier all, diiluty reed 'lelds .rs and (heir feed must be abnoJuiel; pie feed Separator vaV.V Is a gr-o-j clean. hut not a perlect pig feed by any resns, and unless corniueal and mid Thre are revrrtil c'snb thft Indl J'lnga or ground oats Is fed In thick iute good health a bright red tomb Aov, Ltj3 are liable to drink so much activity, read iif n for food, and a milk that fermentation takes place Id K'otry and tu;oolli uppcarauce of the their stomachs Instead of normal dl leatbers jestlon taking place, with the result bat they bloat up and die. Don't put Mti Itrs feed tulllf Krr iir-- j medicated nit In the drln! of a pin " may tfo to mix toxav In bis meal Allti - :ir!i ii.:miie or l.cinp Mil ffi ali. - ry iim soaked it. but tLe best way Is to mix the salt vtc.irr .Til- l.'itj.i.c is dune by banc A'lth tuYr and ro.ut charcoal and let 1.. l;ihl- the ids eat li ai - '.II. i.tk y ma-.uify d iti-U- 2:17 a:-rs 7:20 8:03 SMS Lexington, Vinchester, L. & . Junction, 3:P-- i iluriii; the winter. FOR 8oo thnt nil ymin trewi are wni ppi'd iir otherwise secure, from rnhhits so they cannot burk them SALO A 3:21 3:28 3:47 3 :5- - 9:lo 8:32 8:50 0:00 9 :f 5 9:12 9 :27 9 :32 4:04 4:Vo Splendid Farm. A improv-d- , 3A 9:44 10:04 6:10 .i . 10:.7 11 :t)5 furm xf 210 artres, well CONNECTIONS. miles fiom CJuy City on pul LKXINGTON: Train No. 1 will uike connection nt Lrxinfjton with lio mud, convenient to rhurclipp, i he L. &. i' . for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection school utiil poatofllue. Hood dwtl with the L. &. N. at Lexington for Cincinnati, O. ling of 8 room and 2 porulit-sNice Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make conyounji orchard anti' excellent sprint.' (U.MPI'ON JUNCTION: nection with Mountain Central Hallway to and from Campton. .li the ,urd. Good barn and other , . ll:2o Indian Fields, CLAY Cl'JT, Stanton, Itopslyn. Filoon, Campton Jnnetlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyvillo Jet, O. fe K. Junction, Jnokson( Quicksand, 8j50 8:05 7:61 7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 0:59 G:43 5:35 - 4:50 -- 4:37 4:22 4:05 3:56 3:51 3:45 6:40 HI 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1 6:10 i 5:05 :50 1:25 house on outbuildings. Tenant UBATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains No. I, 2 and 3 wlll'mlke About all in blue thu L. & A. Railway for Beattyvillo. .trust. Si'ino tillahlejand and limit- O. A li. JUNCTION: Trnls Nos. 2, 3 nnd 4 will jr.ale orin.ty. -r on the p!ai'e,.,A!ifl all under fair tii'ii wilh Ohio Kft.tuil y Railwwy for Cat nel C ilj, Ky. and There are. in all S reur ewiH O, A K. ftutiona. uliit Bprinir. inrdiffcreiit iiartn rf CHAS. SCO'lT, Gen'l Powenper Ajzent. pliii-Tl'irt'ia a ood place to 'Hike iiioin-where prorlybiui h'd One huitjied acres of this .iKcefHflry pliu-e. t - o y KOOil, tobar co. .mil u ill gn-This nd if uaceptfbTj to dlvjrion an ill make two.'jg'ioil f4rini. Tin f'no-bxraaln for .Oiu ore M at nick no ilil plHeVnjiiei ,b nee. IM! af iJit'nmei jHUx: Q RI?ht.AhejU, Our wall pupf'rRi'il! i? om- - oNlhe Not Simply Now la the time of We me ii of ili,iriif''i. vi'ii iouImu tin' lii'ajitifin tliiiu which n illo-- i in llic te,ir e.uiiinni.lltil 'ahi-- i price aiii!now onlv " ut J jo-thinl- when youro bo In Uw MARATHON joa gvt all thl-j- . finning to think of tho oar you tnUnd Vox Bat don't buvlus. Kemember, when you bay, that the sUo. we cau codt(uu ;ou of its truth. luU) Umlt of dollar for dollar return U ,u jeaohod iu can aolllng under ROM. When i evcelWl" TDUnnmoii mnr Ktnrni ira not lu niu. a Car but Car Service Taf Tie 1 1 reii-uilT- U thftFxIl .Slf"k, b-- it U'i 'O like to ilf!eoJ,,d ' li rrf ihiiii jiijinjjitliU jll iieire-fmp- ' r UAUiTUON. cm, When you bur. buy sot elmply but e eervlco. Uay correct detjgn, accur- nd lt' yoaw for tho (klnr. ate eeoetrueUoa and good uaterub. Buy ouad Bkotor car vajuo. Woa't you ulc for It t MABATaWN aB04U Include Torpedo Tout-la-g Caur, For Boor Car. Staadau-- Tourlaa Car and RoaaUUr. aaa Torpedo . r.lV.l0? to 1.7M. c Tourlag . aWattelcr. .rrlcca bom MJU i?k SOUTHERN MOTOR WOKKS, Nashyilk, Tem.