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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 7, 1911 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1911 cla1911120701_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.): December 7, 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. 2 THE $1.00 ii ( A LAY We arc here to help Clay I CityJleSorronnJiii iff L !TY TIMES. Country aoJ Ourselves. .1. R. Year In Advanc;. Iliinhtr, Publisher. vol xvr. CLAY CITY. KV., THURSDAY, Correction. DECEMBER 7, JOll. NO. lf To Attend Inauguration. Wo lurn several from Clay City will nltond tlio inangura- ion "of Governor James B. McCreary nl. the" capitol in Frank-it next Tuesday. The editor or t!io Times would ho delighted to hn present too, but if we manago to make both ends meet we find it necessary to put in every week day. We think, however, it is better to bo too busy than to be too idle and will continue to work a little while longer even if we do miss a few of the pood things. In the future we are expecting any way to have the op. portunity more frequently of attending tho inauguration of Democratic Governors in Kentucky than we have had in the past. , 1' m ii Sassafras Digging. Information received fromHan-coecounty announces thata new industry has been found in the pulling up and shipping of sassafras roots to a manufacturing concern in Louisville. It is said that a certain extract or oil is being mude of the roots and that the Louisville concern is paying handsomely for them. Many farmers of the county who k have merely existed heretofore by endeavoring to eke out a living by farming, have turned their entire attention to the finding and digging of sassafras roots, claim- ing that their small farminglands will now make them wealthy. T .. .. Warsaw' Leader., " , Shot On the second ,day of January, JOlii,' the College of Agricult ure ot thobtate Ulftyersity will begin its farmers' courses or short cours-e- s in agriculture. The first week of this time 'vi" be designated Farmers' Week The timo will be consumed by the annual conventions of thq various live stock O'Rear carried this Railroad dis- breeders' associations, including trict by a majority of 2,845 votes the dairy and. boof cattle, swine', while somo of the minor candi sheep and horsq, the annual meetdates received a much greater ing of the State Horticultural majority. Knowing the sittia Society and the State Corn Growturn as we do, it is fortunate for the Democratic state ticket that ers' Association. Each of these Mr. Garrett did not have opposi associations wjll devote one day tion since lie neing so popular to their progfam, some of the with many Democrats it would conventions running simultanhave been compelled to havo do eously in different rooms. traded from the Democratic This week affords the best posvote, and had Mr. Garrett have had opposition it is safe to say sible opportunity, not only to he would have led the state tick- hear an interesting and instrucet in his district by hundreds of tive program by practical and votes. The item mentioned did not mean to reflect on our friend professional men of State and reputation, but also Mr. Garrett but appeared mere- nation-wid- e ly as a news item based on state- an opportunity' to meet a large ments of others whom we majority of the most successful thought had taken the pains to fanners and stockmen of our count the vote. State. Not on! will tho farmer find the week spent at the college To Regulate Veternary Practice. A bill has been drawn up by pleasant and profitable, but also the Kentucky Veterinary Medic- his wife and daughter will find al Association and will be intro that speciarurrangements have jhem in the way duced at the coming Legislature been made-for- . of instrucfibnfift household ecofor enactment into a law. The Leerires, demonstra bill is similar to one introduced nomics. been tions ami sra&L'exeVeises in at the last session, but has ,", In a recent issue of the Times a nows item appeared to the effect that had Mr. Garrett have uau opposition lie would nave been defeated. This item was based on statements made by some of our exchanges which wo supposed had better access to tho ligures than we did awl suppos ed it to be true. The official returns show this to be a mistake. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. In Short Cour4s Agriculture. or general field crops, animal Governors' Galore. husbandry, diseases of live stock, One Governor of Kentucky, a farm and home sanitation, includ- Governor-elec- t and four ing dairy bacteriology, farm dai- ernors of this Commonwealth wj'II rying and' dairy management, participate in tho inauguration of botany; horticulture in its vari- James B. McCreary, December 1'. ous phases, economic entomology The are Siirfon or the study of injurious and Bolivar Buckner, Senator W. J). beneficial insects, road construc- Bradley, J. 0. W. Beckham aiil tion and ma.ntenance, farm law, Mr. McCreary. Of course th.i weather forecasting and farm Governor who will participate accounts. Governor Willson, and it is probably the only time in tho history No pains or money have been spared to make the week pleasant of auy state in the Union whSii took part and profitable to the farmer. A so many in the inauguration of a Governspecial booklet describing the short courses in detail, has been or. Former Governors Buckner, printed and will be sent on appli Bradley and Beckham will occupy a carriage and be in the inaucation. All is absolutely free. gural parade with Governor Will-soFor information address and Governor-elec- t McCreary. T. 11. Bryant, ex-Go1 1 n Supt. Extension Division SPOUT SPRING. Everett Barnett will shortly Kentucky Republican. Wonder if Tayluv will be there? President Taft's annual mef-sag- o to Congress, which was rea'l have a sale and return to Illinois. the Senate and liouse Tuesin James F. Barnett has rented day, is devoted solely to the trust a house from P. D. Todd and question. Democratic leader) moved there. Monday. regard it as an attempt to sideC. A. Conlee, of Stanton, spent Saturday. and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Shelt McKiuney. Curtis Bowman was below this week marketing some of his cel ebrated brand of sorghum. -- track the tariff issue in the 1913 presidential campaign. The Republican leaders say the message is the strongest utterance tiro President ever made. at Jackson. Jeff Davis, better known as "Yuller Catu was shot at Jackson Tuesday afternoon by Deputy Town Marshal Green Watkins. Davis wnj disorderly and when Wutkins attempted to arrest him he resisted then Watkins shot him. Davis was hurried on an early morning train tnaLexingtnn hospital but died before he roach-eFilsou in this county. d ing any faze of tho tuberculosis question. It has its purpose, to place the,veterinary practice in Kentucky 4ii the lianas or competent and educated men, and thereby elevate the profession. It prrtyides among other things for a'ibjoard of veterinary medical examiners; compels the issuance of practitioners upon examination, together with the registration of these licenses, and a penalty by fine or by jail sentence, or both, for viola-tioof the aot. ,pro-vines, non ana orner matters pertaining to the home will be treated. During Farmers' Week the State Corn Show will be held. with a large number of classes for both the adult and boys' de partments, and a most attractive premium list is offered. At the same timo will be held the State Dairy Show, with exhibits of milk and cream of both certified and market classes, and butter made at the creamery and on the form, each in its claps. A separate premium list will be offered for the various classes, making it well worth while to compete in any or them. The State Society is also arranging for an elaborate exhibit. Special folders giving information concerning each of these depart ments will be mailed to any one on request. Reduced rates have been 60 cured over all the railroad lines to put it within the means of a larger number to attend. Immediately following Farm ers' Week will come the regular Winter Short Course in Agricul ture, intended for the practical fiimier who cannot leave his farm to take any of the regular college courses. This course continues until the middle of March, treating practical farm problems aiid operations in a scientific manner. The timo was selected during tho winter in order that ituiight bo possible for the farmer to leave his work, v hich would not be tho case if the work were conducted in the summer. The facilities for teaching are perhaps as good at the Kentucky Agricultural College as at any other placo in the country, especially in the case of live stock and dairying. Amoug the subjects treated will bp agronomy, Holti-cultural Telling the average man to dp his Christmas shopping early jbi : i t! i.: y uru, o. nr.. rum tiius :iiivuiceui ins like giving him a letter to mail. ek of goods here to McKinnev c Lands Posted. Mornison and titey have ta- ken charge: Mr. Ware will move All peron8 are hereby notified to his farm about the 20th. that no hunting will he allowed oT) Davis & McKiuney will soon inclosed lands belonging to the un move their saw mil! and grist designed. mill to the old stand at this place Mrs. Enitnit Mountz, where thev will be readv to do J. E. Burgher. custom work for the people of Additional names added to thijt the neighborhood. list for "J5 cents cash. n WALDRON k JOHNSON, New Fall Millinery Just received from the city which combines i Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General MerehandiHe and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are the newest styles andJowest prices. SHOES AT FIRST .COST $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firft coil in order I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. come roun i to get room for new' goods If you are not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of already one of our many pleased customers, l oiiie day and give our place a HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first look through and let us price you some of our goods. They wi llopen your eyes to an opportuni ty. save some served. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will delivor thegoodu'' SHIMFESSEL'S. THE TIMES. I'L'IILISHKl) EVKHV THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in udvuncu $2, I- - E. Uurghcr, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered as mail matter. Dee. 7, 1911. Thursday, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscriber!), we have arranged club rates vvith the following papers at price? ijelow mentioned : Tlie Times and " " ' " " $1.00 1.10 Cincinnati Enquirer 90 Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm 1.00 Ii land Fanner 90 American Karmpr Southern Ayrieulturist 75 Courier-Journ- al How lonjr miiBt the people continue to pay express companies a profit of 40 per cent a year on money that is not invested in the express business, and that exists in blue air only? This is a question that the peo pie desire answered, and one that they are beginning to be-co- impatient about, judging from the number of communications on this subject that are being received by members of Congress. Express companies ought to be permitted to make a good liberal rate of interest on money actually invested, The thing that arouses our disgust is that the ever-increasin- g government permit the express companies to extort a profit of from 25 to 50 per cent on a capi s wat talizatioa that is er. We take pleasure in announc ing that any of our readers can secure a pretty vest pocket note book and calendar by sending 4 one-cestamps to D. Swift & Co., Patent Lawyers, Washing ton D. C. In addition to the 44 blank pages for memoranda, it contains calendars for-- "1912 and 1013, the population of the GOO largest cities, 20 in each state, accordiug to the censue of 1910, the population and urer of each state, the number of electoral votes each presidential candidate received from each state in 1908, the number of Democrats and Republicans elected to Congress by each state in 190S and 1910, a chapter of useful information, and a chapter of useful law points two-third- This is the way'ia Kansas editor Beware of Ointments For Catarrh that Contain Mercury, Koutucky newspapers note the writes up a wedding notice: as mercury will surely destroy the "Married, Miss Silvia Rhode to building of a good many silos in sense of smell and completely dedill'erent sections of the State, John Caunahan, last Sunday in the Baptist church. range the whole system when enwhich may be accepted us a favorable indication of agricultural The bride is an ordinary town tering it through the mucous surprogress. In somo parts of the girl, who doesn't know any more faces. Such articles should never country the silos have to a great than a rabbit about cooking and lie used except on prescriptions extent worked a revolution in never helped her mother more fiom reputable physicians, as the farming method?, with conse- than three days in her life. She damage they will do is ten fold to quent profit to the farmer. They is not a beauty by any means and the good you can possinly derive has n gait like, a duck. The f i om them. Hull's Caturrh Cure, are of especial value to the loaf- manufactured by F. J. Cheney & bridegroom is'an and stockgrower. The first silo in the United er, hits been livjng oh" the old States is said to have been con- folks all his fife, and doesn't to shucks noluiw. They structed in Westchester county, New York, in 1875, and the sec- will have a hard life while they live together." ond silo was built at the UniverOood Luck sity of Illinois. The silo is, therein Meaaai leWltatii fore, n comparatively modern in- you can plainly see if you only look. People are growing more stitution in this country, though silos at present must be reckoned and more accustomed to coming here for values. They find the figby the thousands. It was an of the practice, long pre- ures plain and arc anxinuB for the valent in foreign countries, of values offered. If you want to be preserving green forage by gath- convinced it is an easy matter. We ering it in heaps or in pits and want to show you, and, showing you, we know your verdict. covering it over with earth. Mrs. Williams There are several types of the structure of varying cost and The Rev. Irl R. Hicks iota Almanac. Before the great drouth of 1901, durability. Just at present the concrete silo is in great favor, the Hicks Almanac gave timely though it is of recent origin and, warning. For over two years prior perhaps, has not "been so thor- to 1911. the Hicks Alnmnac again oughly tested us to warrant a sounded a Warning nf drouth danger. And so for forty years this certificate of superiority. Silage may be made from sev same friend of all the peof.Ut has eral kinds of crops, but corn is steadfastly refused the offers of the favored product among farm- speculators and continued to warn ers who have become interested the public of the comint; dangers of in silage methods. The farmer storm and weather As they should who has a silo does not plant com have done, the peoplo have nobly merely for the grain, but in or- stood by Profecsor Hicks, theii faithful public servant, who has der that he may also preserve the grown old in their service. Send forage. Where the preservation only one dollar to Word and Works process is successful 6ilago makes Publishing Company, 3401 Frankan ideal winter feed for stock, lin Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, cheap and nutritious and with and get his Magazine and Almanac hoih for one year. The Almanac comparatively-littl- e waste The alone,' a fine book'oMSO pugen, is TO FIT THE FEET silo is no longer an experiment. only 35c by mail. Let every body It has been tested on thousands of respond and receive the warnings Americau farms with satisfac- of nurXational Seer for the coming . The Rise of the Silo. Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting dirmtly upon the blood and muIn cous suifaceo of tin- - HVcleui. I"' 'are baying Hull's Catarrh Cure you get 'he genuine. Ii i taken internally and made in Toledo, O., by F J. Cheney & Co. ial flee. Sold by DniifgiMs. Testimon- I'riee, Pills ,"ie dal-rym- te per Take HmII'h Family constipiitlon. for Southland belle11 - UMaaa out-irrowt- o CUTCFFVAHPS LOOK AS WELL Mp Whole BUT HOW OO THEY WEAR ? Lecher- Leather EvEnywhEBE Demand the best and the results wilt be un I usual and satisfying... LOOK FOR WE BELL ON THE SOLE. Shoes for the Family AND THE PURSE. tory results and the Kentucky farmers who are adopting . it should have no cause to regret the . innovation. We have come to the conclusion that about every one you meet could run u fine newspaper. Men will take the liberty to tell you how to ruu a paper when they would not think of hinting to the merchant how to conduct his yer McCall's Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women than any other magazine or patterns. McCall's is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million onehundred thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of sparkling short stories and helpful information for women. Have More Friend Sara Mooar and Keep la Stria acrtblnj lor McCall' by nib. Mafaitne at once. Coits only Jt cent a yni. Including any one of the celebrated McCall Patterns tree. McCall Pattern Lead all other In style, fit, (impllclty, economy and number aold. More dealer wll McCall Pattern than any other two make combined. None higher than ijcents. Buy from your dealer, ir by mall from MRS. . W. USE 11 Williams a store, or tell the preacher what to preach. They pay good money for schools and don't know whet It er Johnny is learning t ho rule of three, or how to hold a cigarette gracefully; but when it comes to for every day use. This book the newspaper, gee whiz! that's uouldcost 25 cents at a book whore they all got off. tore. McCALL'S MAGAZINE 236-24- 6 W.37lh St., New York City mm vi u rt MILLS PRACTICAL -- J2 ivn- J-J- rTr JKv Un mnl-"Inir, EXPERIENCE I Congress has resumed business at the old stand, and the battle between it and the President irom now on will rage with increased intensity until the sweltering days of next summer. The President as usuul is fighting for the trusts and capitalists, and in fact almost everybody who wants to plunder the public as he expects them to "buy" him another term. On the other h md Con-passe- i m m A CLEAN, STRONG, PROGRESSIVE BANK m m COPYRIGHT is an asset of real worth to any community and can teach muuh about brpad and one nf the thinirs it wi impress upnn the pupil is that oil bread can onlv he ininle from good iluiir, and the better the Hour tin better the bread. For that reason experienced housekeepers prefer the HOPE MILLS FLOUR, not only because it wi'l tunke bread 'tint tastes good but bread that Is redly healthful and nutritious. the opportunity to do business with such a Bank should appeal to a good business man. Clay City National d The, MVri" by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, K; good several tariir bills last summer which would have greatly benefited the public President Taft vetoed those bills us is well known, Mm is seeking your business. . ply because he thought it was the wrong quarter of the moon or something of that sort. When Clay City National Bank. 1 The Myers Patent Mop Wringer ra that new governor of mmasassm Kentucky returns to the executive mansion aftei mi absence of thiry-livyears he will probably e ieel Hunewhat Inn-se- Kip Van -- Wink-lik. r k mm WmtW MmmmH When fall out then just set heir dues. li.cii I J mJPMm HIDES 1HAAND mauet iwkst V rAlD F6E RAW pbicb rUB3 4NBB1KS. Wool Torn aataalnrt. Wrltofcr This Mop Wringer Is tlio only machtiiu over Invented tliaf will wring and clean a niup thoroughly, it not o tal.tn out tho dirt n:id I '.iVt-- tlio ni ' cUan, Lint It nv'Iiiji; od. i I' there Is hard y r.ny imaVuro left In tlif mop. 'h'j ll mr never left a. rtakc l.suyuuaroalwayfeust.iricl' iop. V viryal nntatoopuratcairlmi . Jii si i.l. asaiiy-bodcan uaolt. man. win nor chid. Ills a I ortuur, ai one pcrbun will do thu work tp4 ker ui d U n r than thr u wllhaiiyothcrdevieolcnuwii. '1 ho pall eetJ uu the p'nU r n and ia not attached to the machliio and can bu inovt d ut ai.y time. It Is always ready forusoand there arv nopaiUtoi: t out of order. A trial of our machine will convince yim that its work is perfect Wo have yet to find a dissatisfied customer. If your dealer doe not handle thla MoWrlogvr,rite direct to u. 1 ;i y . JOHN WHITE 4. CO. establish Louwnua. Kx. t) tear MYERS WRIN1ER CO,, Manut'rs, Mihawk, N. Y. 'PI V.S 1 T llo.MK-MAD- l" ft"' 11 VI C ) PAFKR. ' n I i said u ',llU'l WA LOCAL TlllMtriDAY, Miss BREVITIES. .. Dec. 7, 1011. Aila Johnson visited in Mt. Sterling Friday. friends lie Kostling, of Blooiiiiugton, Kits., is visiting friends in the ' of Winchester, was here a short while yesterday on a business trip. A. E. Sams, Ideal winter weather continues with us which is very acceptable at this time. Dr Martin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Martin, Thursday, Nov. HOth. Next year is leap yeur, bring-inab:;ut another opportunity to the old maids to win a husband. ? (Mice at I'lutiKtort it lor several days soivnifi u fur stculing f IU,)()() of tin; .State's Ends Winter's Troubles. monev. To mnny, winter is a season of toes and An agreed suit will be liled by trouble. The Insurance Commissioner Bell to fingels, '.ihsppod hnntls and Un red and rough examine the records of the Lou-- ! chilblains, ivillo Board of Fire Underwrit- skins, prove this. But such troubles fly before Backlen's Arnica ers. Salve. A trial convinces. Greatest Lightning Kills Few. In l!)iJfj "lightning killed only lf.O henh r of Bums, Boils, Piles, Cuts, people in thit whole country. One's Sores, Bruises, Eczemn and Sprains. chances of death by lightning are Only 25c at all dealers. less thun two in a million. Tim What Difference Does it Alake chunce of death from liver, kidney whether you hre old or young ot stomach trouble is vastly greut-or- You still want things that are bebut nut it Electric Bitters be coming to you. That is what we "Sed, us Robert Mndseti, of West are here for to &uit you. And Burlington, la , proved. Four when you give our hats, suits, doctota gave him up after eight cloaks, skirts and furs a trial, your month" of suturing from virulent opinion of yourself is fifty per cent liver trouble and yellow jaundice. better. He was then completely cured by 'Mrs. J. W. Williams, Clay City, Ky Electric Bitters. They're the best stomach, liver, nerve and kidney remedy and blood purifier on earth. Only 50c at all dealers. frost-bitten .''"lr. sent ptiroio is soon to lie K. I! , Wo were,i.olicc ntlvised "to now1 keep cool" we i.nvo been iloin-r- ' r C T ZJ 11 OlVpfig Jtiedlt 1)$ W 0171611. If a woman is itrond and healthy in a omcnlv nay, moth erhood means to her hut little sulfuring. 'I he treuhlc lies in the fact that the many women suffer from ltntncM mid disease of the distinctly feminine organism enC tic unfitted for motherhood. This can be remedied. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription organs concerned in motherhood, making them healthy, strong, vigorous, virile and clastic. "Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions ol tha period of expectancy and makes luby's advent cty and cold-sore- It acts directly on the delicate and important Cures the weaknesses and disorders of Miimcn. V , almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women have testified to its marvelous merits. It Makes Weak Women Strong. It Makes Sick Women Well. Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as " just remedy. It as good." Accept no secret nostrum in pluco of this contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of or injurious Is a pure glyceric extract of heating, native American roots. drugs. habit-formin- g g When in Need of Misses Cordelia Daniel Carrie Belle Mcl'horson, of Win-dieste- FOUND Small money safe and with some change in it. Apply Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc. t this cilice. r, Fruit and Shade Trees! Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Everything For Rev. H. R. Shearer, of ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. College will preach a! Stanton The revival meeting closed at the Presln terian church in this OUR PRICES MAY INTEREST YOU. the Methodist church in this city city Sunday morning and even-iNo Agents. Free Catalog. it. Sunday night with five additions nnd the church greatly revived. .1. E. Tow nsend, of Vinton, was H. F. till enmeyer& Sons, Harlan Walters, little son of in the city yesterday marketing Lexington. Ky. June Wallers, hud a leg broken some fine apples raised hv him in Monday while hauling wood. this county. Fruit is always a Some of the woou Fit some man- valuable crop ami should be more OAI'ITAU STOOK. stioo.ooo ner whs thrown on the lad's leg extensively raised in Powell ,i NL7KPI..UM A.sDUX- IJIVIUHU PUOKITS. UIO.OOO with above results. countv than what it is. visited Miss Grace Sunday. Shim-fess- The Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go to or Write n Grubbs & Cov. Main nnd 1 ento? oa:lway, Saved His Wife's Life. With I'rof. Atkinson as principal our city schools are getting 'Mvwile would have been in along line. Much better than any her grave toda," writes 0 II. former terms of recent years. Blown, of Muscadine, Ala., "If it This, however, means no' reflec h'ml not been 'for Dr. King's New Dim vr. She was down in her tion on our teachers. I'llK WlNOl'lKiSTKU JiAXK. ... OK WlNI'IINTHH. KY. 'A T Winchester, - J? K. Pre n't fee fJ'R it r, son of Judge E. 0. O'Heur, w ho ws the Republicans eiindidate.Jjr,GoYernor, is mi applicant for i he place on the Board of Control Charitable Inrtitiitions which will be vacant .lauiiary 1. tieget up without lis had a severe bronchial help trouble mi l a ilieadful I'otigh. I iotJ her a buttle of Br. Ivi gV New Bis coon liegan to cover aim hed.-ie'u'-iH- "i m a W-- ' h? Hi r'o ' X:i i'kii ' welK-i- n llleitd, alio wh a llort j " Infallible fur coughs and j? time colds iitlieni.ht reliable remedy Elder .1. T. Turpin of the Bap-tis- t on earth for 0epernt lung trotih-church w ill hold a protract- le, heiiMin hai;' , inarippe, asthma, ! ed meetini; in tiiis city begin- hay fe.r, croup ami whooping Trial bottle ning the lltli The services will cough. 50o. SI. nil. lie held in the Christian church. free. 'Jnaiiinieed hv all dealers. Every body is ::iost cordially 1 . d Fall and Willi T HARDWICK Our Full ami Mur " J.P.flAUPPIN, i Watchmaker Jeweler. :j to attend these meetings. The thirteenth census of the tobacco crop shows that Kentucky .led all other States in a- ereage, value and production of The value of Ken tobacco. tucky's crop increased in ten years from 18,541,1)82, to$,- Mrs. Sarah Hudson 'lied in the western portion of the county Monday, December 4lh, aged sixtv-twyears of tuberculosis. THB HOOSIER SPECIAL, yesterday at the West SAVES MILES OF STEPS iiiuial Bend grave var.l. Her husband FOR TIRED FEET preceded her in dealh just one' J( Bt BLAcKBURN, STaNTON, KY year ago. is Agent for Powell County for the a bove moSl complete cabinet 100 lives in Hunting h.ts cost o All Kinds "of Watch and Clock : AND r III. 'it- v. U). lil'll'li Ilk mi: t Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. SATISFAC- TION GUARANTEED. Line of J J 4. u.t-- r i (iooiU i Jewelry CLAY CITY, & Spectacles. the Red KENTUCKY. purclitw, that ivill W.- u tliein :uul iri('H. mi iin hini: ti Call and see me in oii nt'iy need. voii good Iiini that we will giw-vo- you money in j River Hotel Building, will more servirt tor t li innii. ili.m i j elsewhere. 11 ymi l. prove this claim, for if it w ie-- MONEYS,. IN 0iHG We tell you how, and pay best market UMICIIi C9MUIIlini Uimi. W C BIG do In 1B.'J1: and can BKTTHR frtr vou than agents or commission mer chants. References any bank In Louisville. Write for wteltly price list. 1 :it loyoiir inteieM mkuow very thing hen in u e handle. a we try We can't mouth all times to- keep ,(. near a posmie every tiling the people it - alreutiy kno we eiin do this t u. (ive u a ciiuiici; to jj : JJ P want Hut we eih your attention to some line that we yet acquainted with .Men's and we have them in ,jj !U are especially Hoys' Clothing ntixioti- - for vou to the new, also in the plain, staple . ! Ainorii'ii tliih your so Inr nntl litis; lroiif:l)l Hcrions injury to thirty HCViMi, iifcordittfi to records lu'pt The ly Oliiciif-iiowsiiiipi'ts. (loiillis nuinlii'r ho saint' us last your, hut tla injured totaled less t halt half of lust year. I ever offerd the public Full Stock in Store. M. SABEL & SONS A Jl E. Mulut St 10UISIIUE, IT. Oitlsrs in furs, Hiuts, wuou ftyles anil feel sure can Miii every one, and mi we can snve you Men's ami llovs' Hats we have them in the new things nionev. in hull) rough and iiumiiu effects and also in the pi tin staple styles. -- "W'alk-Over- " Slim for men, "Queen Quality" and "lioston in MillikanBusiness Schoo Lexington, Ky. Favorite" Shoes for women in all the popular leuthers and laxts both button and luce. e also defy competition in our lines of izee heav- A TerrlblcJllunder, BOOKKEEPING? SHORTHAND to "iiegleel liver tronhle. Never do TYPEWRITING. H Take Dr. Kind's New Lite I'ills on the first sifti of This school has turned out linn tillloiiueAS or iiinctivu IhiuoIs uud dreds of moil and women who ireveiit virulent iiiiliition, juiin-die- t uro successes. It willimiko .or ii II stones. They royulato n Biieeess of you. liver, stoiiiuuh uud howels and Only ''5crj hii id up your lmilili. Wiite for- Catalogue. , ut 'ull Uealers. I - Electric! Succeed when everything else falls, 'fl in nervous prostration ana female weaknesses they are' the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. ier shoes thfctu with for both sexes in all try them and compare Bitters if those soM elsewhere. See our lines of ruin coats, hunting and work cuts, corduroy and other serviuahle punts.cHps, trunks, suit cases, ladies' mil gents' furnishing goods. In fact, ete us for every tiling, i.- it will pay you, for we want your trade, and ttrget it we iiii make it to your interest this we will do. It is the best siedlcine ever sold over a druggist's coumer. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE i Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i Ine Maxi t .' aumgardnor, re- WashlnotonSUte Alive to the portaneelof Having Service, puted to be t. e vea.thlest woman In Very Serious able Highways. Davis As Iiurglicr, Louisville, Ky., e.r':arked on tho matIt is a very serious matter to ask rimonial sea for the fourth time by Vnughn's Mill, Ky. for one medicine and have the becoming the bride of Carl Ncumeyer, of The northwest Is alive to tho valuo good roads. In a recent Issue of wowr one ctvca ycu. For this also of Louisville. The brido Is said the Seuttlo (Wash.) Intelligencer tho reason we urge you in buying to vary close to eighty-threto b statement is made Uiat before the years of and the groom summer Is over be careful to rjet tho genuine Seattle and Tacoma omewhat over ha'.f of that. At some- will bo connected by a first-clas-s what the same time In Paris Mrs. ABLAcT-DraugHhighway. In King county, The- proverlml "snake in " lbert Clifford Barney, of Washington, T f which Seattle Is the seat, there owns up to sixty-onwinters and will bo $320,000 available, Including grass" has turned to a serpent who Liver Medicine who is worth somo $5,000,000, married state aid, for road Improvement this in every-day-lifI prornpuyobtatnerl In all conntriee oa NO rgg. Christian D. Hcmmlck, of Washington, year. Much of this will be spent oa ww'wp., iKTnu The reputation of this old, reliaor I'Uoto. tor years of age. There i trunk line who Is twenty-siltreL Hfnrt Hketch, MoitrlvvPjriHau real.e ratontpract-terailcegpoaronpai-ntahiiitCt ck Crops. destined to connect Seab-.'ble medicine, for constipation, inare times when matrimony looks like ndoalrely. BANK RSrsaflNOIS. digestion and liver trouble, ia firm-l- y and Everest. From Everett (o Tlie far ?r raaKos tho most monoy 8ral 1 conta In atampa for Inralnabte book on HOW TO OBTAIN and SILL FATINTS, established. It docs nst Imitate who devote tils fields to tho growing maternal love. facoma an improved road Is a mat Wlilth ones will pay. How to got a partner, other medicines. It is better than patent law awl other ralnable information. "r of the near future. This road rf crops to feed stock, making use of others, or it would not be the favork Is port of a goneral plan to build all the raw products nt homo, thereby An Uncertain Step. D, vorite liver powder, with a larger not only paving much of the cost or "He has about the strangost walk i trunk Hue from the northern to the sale than all others combined. PATraNT LAWVBRS. transportation, bpt also maintaining I have ever seen." "Yes; you see, southern boundary of Washington,1 SOLD IN TOWN F2 fertility of the foil. Taking evcry be was engaged to a girl who woro a whioh in turn will become part of a 1303 Seventh St, Washington, D. C. the lilciiway from the Great Lakes to the thing Into consideration, corn win hubl.o gown and just when he had probably produce more food per ne'ro got so be could keep step with her she ocean, through, the northern tier of state, and this' Will connect with anfor domestic nnltnals than nny othp; threw him down, and now he-i- s plant, and there are but few feels to a girl who wears a harem other trunk llne,ftoin British Columbia1 SUrviWRY OF L. & E. TIME TASLE. which c:in be fed in a greater vr..at iVirt and he Is trying to learn to keep down the coast to Mexico a dream e 1 of that of ivavi country that Is Ellectivo May 28,1011. with "'Toiict'"' "out certain to be realized in the next few years. No. :, No. '2, No. 4, No. l, Statio'i!. Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily TRY FERR0-CEMEN- T ROADS L .M. I'. M. A. M. A. ai. Experiments With This Substanee In 1 ::i" 5:35 8:50 Lexington, ? :i0 DAYS TRIAL France Hcys Been Highly i HOT ONE BED CENT IN MVAWCE. 4:50 8:05 'A'inehester, Successful. 2:i: 8:03 4:3? 7:51 L. tfc E. Junction, 8:18 2::i3 Front My Factory Direct to jrnu. saves $35 to $60. niprorathia 4 :22 7 :37 : 10 are being exIndiun Fieldtn, 8:32 beyond the shadow of a doubt If perimented with in France. The sub- 8: Or. yoa will let m shlpyau one at my 8 :o0 4:05 7:19 Adler Organs on fzeo trial. stance Is made of.cement mixed with :$:lo J):0U 3:56 7:10 Stanton, straw. To make a slab or block oi 3 :51 7 :05 Rosslyn, balarajoaboy-- If 3:1 'ls:''?jM X j ferro cement, a mass of Is .!:-2'Q'ZiS? (5 :59 i do&'t. ahip tof s(V 3 :45 Filson, 0:12 placid in tho mold, and there is poured 3 :30 0 :43 Oatiipton .Tnnctlon, 0:27 over it cement sufficiently fluid to ;i:ir (5 :40 3 :25 o ::i2 Natural Bridge, penetrate into ail the InterstlcBS of the :j :o (i:2o 3:12 ron ami completely cover It. When l :04 Torrent, :44 i( :04 the whole has set, tha core of lrot 4 : " 2:51 0:03 Beattyvillo .let. thus Intimately Incorporated gives to o:10 O. & K. Junction, 5:10 ' 1:57 10:5? the block a. ereat rGaUt&nr. tn iirair. 5:2o 1 :5"0 5 :05 11:05 JHckFon, 4 age and to traction, at the same4im 1:25 . Quicksand, 11:33 urnlshing elasticity to compression vhich enables stand superficial CONNfiCTIONS. shocks. A brick of ferrc-cenie-nt I LliXlNG TON: Train No. 1 will inkc connection ni Lexington with nches thick has supported iluriug CYRUS I ADLEJt the I,. &. for Louicville, Kv. No. 8 will make connection rushing tests, a pressuro of about 65 The Piano and Orgaa with the L. fc N. ut Lexington for Cincinnati, O Maker ons to tho square iuch. In breakage J V TheNlshUngtle ests, tho resistauce wt,a utiadruple CAMPTOX JUSCM'ION: Trains Nop. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con- ol Organs hat of ordinary cement. neution with, Mountain Central Railway to and 3 wear was no legs remarkable. MIDDLEMEN WIPED AWAY HEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos.'l, 2 and :$ will make con- I've trusted the hot air bubblajrf the dealers, agents and middlemen of this counter by asHlng direct -- nection with tlie-L- . FOR SALE A & A. Railway for BeaMy villi. to the home at the uoe price they formerly paid me for ray organs. & K. JUNCTION: O. Trairs Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will innKe ccirnec- SEND ME YOUR NAME lion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for'Cannel City, Ky. ar.d whather vmi want ia buvov not and IH mtsA vonfreaof elurMuJiiMtniU thm neat wonderful u O. it K. stations. in this orttn book and buying plana yon ever saw. All tha organ menproof. country claim they make the A farm ol J!10acrep,.well im(irov beat organ but do not gt re yoa any proof. I do. and here ia the I own my own timber lands,. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Puppenger Agent. a, mills, dry kilna and factory. I da not have to pay one penny of profit for lumber or milling-1, 3i uijles'fiom CJny City on pubThe proa ta that other maaaf actnrera pay to lumber and saw mills, I put lata ay Adler Organa, (The Nightingales of Organa). That a tha reaaoa my organ la better than-another make. 'Another, lic ron, coiivetijeht-t- o churches, Prpf I I guarantee my aratas for 60 years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 y ears. Don'tthta mean something? My celling plana are tha fairest, slnplest, aafeet and easiest ever ifhool and postodicu. Good dwelpublic. In that I grant my customers all the tuna they want, arrar.RO placed before tbe American their payments as it suits their Income and circumstances, give them reasonable extensions of time ling of 8 mom und "J porches. Nice if they can't meet their payments and charge them no Interest. Aak somo of your aelghbora who dealt with me about this. That's the beet proof you can get. I would just as soon sire yoa 11.000 gold if you voting orchard und excellent spring duplicate this proposition. la in the yard. Ootid birn and otlnr ORGAN (THE ORGANS) Im-- s e a-;- e e e. x T. Ilainlino, aged Sis Samuel died at Winchester Mony.irs, day from paralysis. Deceased was in former years one of Montgomery county'? foremost stockmen and citizens. For tho past year or more had been living with l"s duunhter, Mrs. J. D. I'oynter, ut Winchester. It f r Recently Puzzling. :rg afra. Knthor- - GOOD ROADS IN fJORTMvVEST Shingles for Sale. Muck oak und pine nt 3.50 und 82.'2. per thousand nt mill. SWIFT ft CO. o wide-awak- Kiist-noiiu- d. WeMt-Doim- i FREE 30 iir-imh- ZT 22L2S222 clay crrr, 0-- iron-stra- it-t- o Tlllst tla t You from-Campio- Splendid Farm. NIGHTINGALE OF MY haj a tone nearest to the human votes, a pure singing tons that Issts a life time -and It won the highest . . .U r - V . t.V- .l V. 1 c' I I mm,m 1 I 1 I h Rtrle an 1 reputation. Iamaetflng thcrofar lata tnan a eaJaraarulaanU an aellinir cheaper grade organa an.i wnen you stop 10 uuna ana realize uaiwmnrni ouyxronione ox uieeo nuaaiemen you muss pa hi profit, time, salossaea1 estsrlss. store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whole lot a id stands before you ss tha king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working da kml night, grindiag out tha organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and liberal treatment I handed nut to ray customers, now numbering' over 78,000. Whenever 1 awll an AHIer. It sella u dozen moro and so on Indefinitely. Theyvs stood tha test and always will. Quality always wias out. 75,000 ADLER OWNERS SAVED $2,625,000 Before I WM direct to the homes at wholesale factory prices, as I ass doing now exclusively, I used to sell to dealers only, but when I found out that they sold my organs for twice and three times as tsnchaa they paid me. making tha poor people bleed for It, I was thunderstruck and quit. Iaentout thousands of notices telling them they couldnt buy another organ from me, that I meant to sell direct to the homes, ssvfcis them the enormous, unreasonable profits and expenses they were charging them. This came to them as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. In round aumbera I've ssved my customers (over 75.000 of them) at least $2,625,000. all of which would have gone to the dealers had I sold tha organa through them. You surely appreciate what this means. Your Piano NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU ll lmplf tt.lt, Iwtll tblprot,oo90dt.ifreitrtsvl,vnrorixoa rvwcDftDU trmaoa vut, ob tultt Jut yoor In com ltd clrcamstucet. If yoa kcp It t tbe cod of tho trUl period, which I know yoa will yoa con piy ell cub or mll ion down tnd tho helonco monthly,, quarterly, emlruaaolly or any other renonibl wey, H at ooy tlmoi yea coat moot ft poyment when duo, 111 glodly (? e yoa reoeoatblo eittmlen of time. Yoa ohell not IncoaTesltmo yoarielf by huylng on Adler, for I'm colng to make It tha oaileet pnrchaeo yoa ever made. I'll charfo yoa no lntereat other organ men ara doing. If yoa don't keep my organ bee cam U not as represented, yoa can hip It hack at my ex yoa penie and 111 pay yoa every cent yoa paid for freight, Furthermore, If at any tlmo will loco aleolotely nothing. year, my organ does not hold op to every claim J within made, yoa can ship M back at my expense and 111 return to yoa cry dollar of tho porchaao price with per cent Interest eaj 11 freights paid. I can agreo to do this becaoa I know how my organs are mad and positively nnow the? always make good. 'Tenant nreessary outbuildings. house on place. About all in blue urucs. Mime tillulile land and timber on the place, and ll under t'.ir funct. Tliere ure m all 8 falling uprinijM in different pi t- - l tho plucu This is a ioou plu' nakc money where properly haii li cil One htiiiUit-i- acres of thm 'I hia und will gfnw good tyouuen. to division ami xndih w.il make two fatm". Th'H i bargain for miiiic one. Come at tliifi place must be nnld at i ttK-nc.e. l)a at the Times oilice. l Not Simply a Car but Car ScrVict Now la the time of year Trhcn yon'are In tbe MARATHON you get alV.tbla, to think of the car you intend Bnt don't accept our roero statement. J'or ouvlnfa. Bemember, when yoa buy, that tbe abso- ire can convince you oi iu iruin. lute limit or dollar tor dollar return is We have a catalno-n- e which describes. In reached in cara selling' under $2,000. When you pay more, your returns are not iu pro- detail, the wealth ot mechanical excellent o.nniru ana aepenaaDieuumy inaicnaraiierportion to your investment. uo vao UAiuuuun. When yon buy, buy not simply a car, but car service. Buy correct desien, accurAnd it's yours for the asking ate construction and good materials. l)uy sound motor car value. Won't you ask for It? MARATHON Hiodela loeladc Torpedo Touring Car. Fore Door Toru-lnf- l Csu. Stuswra Touring car ana Koaasicr. ana Torpedo oactoter. Prices) from SOUTHERN MOTOR f 1.S0O to $1,700. WORKS, Nashville, Tew. uf mrllat. nit Iti lii9lllIIIIIIHIlllllllllllllillllll Are You a Woman TAKE My Piano Offer The Greatest My high undo world's famous Adler Southern Concert Grand Pianos ca4 be had diructfrora ciy fac'jury on the same liberal bu in plana as applied to my Adler Organs. In tone, excellence, workmanship, material and flefch they have no superior. If art uqual, and, I can save you 1 100 to t I'.O. They sro artistic in design, built to Is t a life tlmo, have a tone as clear and pure ua a bell, and a wonderful, easy, elastic touch. Guaranteed lor 23 Years Stool, ecaif ui.d instruction book given with every piano. Send for catalogue and buylnc plans. 50 YEAR GUARANTEE I feertalM all my arcana lor SO yaara, aomarhlaf no ethf organ nao will do. Mr f aaraatoa boas la tha atrouacit ever vrttua ana it yoa will oak yoor baakar or any of my local bank a or tha editor of thla payor aa to my rallahlllty, yoa will be told that X an aa aoend aa a mk, lhal yoa cos eaftly eotar lata any traaaactloa with ma and that allot my daa'lata aia 00 tbo oqaare. Sand your name lor catalog and boyli plana. Yoa will be andor bo oblliailoa whatOTor, llool and laatruct tloa book siaaawlkk otory organ. CRYUS f JCt L ADLER, Pres. Adler Mis. Co. TEAK THIS OUT. ! J MAH. TO-DA- Y Make a cross In the circle for organa or pianos or write your name and address on a postal card or in a letter, stating which you want piano or organ des leription. Don't enclose any stamp. I pay all charges, 1 RDUI Tlie Woman's Tonic - J Write plainly, CirrUS L. ABLER, Pre, i : " orsan oook. I want your ( M I want pictures and full de. criptioa of your pianos. Chettnut St LouUdlla, Ky.; I NameI I Address County Thv State.. P fdltr Farjorv f!rtt In the WerH jClay City Ti iiii